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Lady Meath—The Founder of the Ministering Children's League. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 22 November 1892

litid.V SUcatli-'ffkc Founder off tlie ' - flliuistei'in;; HMklrem's Dicagtuc. : Tlio Countess of Meath has for some 20 j yearn given up every minute of her spare time to achieving charitable work on a large ;sciile. First, us Lady Brabazon, she started the Ministering Children's League, which, in England, gathers in thousands of little ones ' of all ranks nnd conditions, rich and poor, - he/ilijiy and sickly boys and girls. Iho only rule given to tliem i« ' that every member i tin n t least one kind deed everv day.' The league has been in existence for 10 years unci bus. over 00,000 members and associates, and is doing excellent Motk all over lfhi^luud, Cuiuida, Xiidin unci Auotuuiii. I The practical work of the league, apart from li- its moral good »» encouraging unselfishness in the youthful impd, is tho rooking of warm clothing, toys, scrap ( booko, -fcc. Lady Meath ha3 managed to start two homes in connection with tho Ministoring Children, which nro entirely supported by donati...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
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CALENDER FOR NOVEMBER [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 22 November 1892

CALENDER FOR NOVEMBER I 10th — Now Moon ? | 27th— l'lrat Quartor Sun ? Moon I Rises Rises Sots — I' ... 4.4G ? 0.29 a m .... 0.0 p in 2:1 -W .. .1.1(1 ? 7.21 ... 10.1 24— Th ... 4.40 ...... 8.18 ... 10.50 25-F ... 4.45 ? 9.19 ... 11.33' ... 2G— S ... 4.45 ? 10.22 ... ? . 27— Sun ... 4.45 ? 11.2G ...12.10 am 2S-M ... 4.44 ? 12.31 pm ...12.33. 20— T ... 4.44 .. 1.37 ... ' '1.14V 30— W ... 4.44 ? 2.43 ... 1.43 Sunday, 27th— 24th Sunday after Trinity ; 25th after Pentecost in Catholic calender, mc Scrutineer, DERMA DISTRICT 'PRESS, ?? ? AND ' (DQnnnallODQ Atfflvocnt-ei (ESTABLISHED 1074-18 YearB.) PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY and FRIDAY ' Uttered out of time, or conccahd in proper season* good savourcth of evil,11 TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1892.

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
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General News Items. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 22 November 1892

Qenernl News Items. I ' ThoQuooa Trill spond tho month of Mtiroh in Floronco. Tho NicaraRua Ship Cnnal Compnny ia urging tho Unitod Statoo Govornmont to Issuo a hundrod million dullnro' vrorth of ? national bondo for tho construction of tho canal. Mr. Wilcox hno formod n now Miniatrv OtHonolulu, Hrnvannn Islnndn, inauccocoion to tho Govornmont of Mr. Cornwall, which wao rocontly dofoatod in tho Houno of Roiiroson^ntivca. Much o::citomont provailo r.mon^tit tlio Cj rpportoro in Borlin in conocquonco of throatonod o:;pul3ion of n roportor for a Now York journal for having cotnmonlol advorGoly upon tho Gormnu Army Bill. Tumultuoua nconoD lmvo tnkon plnco in tho Fronch Ohamboi' of Doputiea rcnpcctin(7 a proponal brought forward by tho Govorn mont to limit tho freedom o £ tho prcsD. Two Molbourno dotoctivoo had nn onoountor withburglnra in tlio Sydnoy-rond, Brunswick, Tho polico purauod two burglaro, who firod nt thom tv.-ico with rovolvora ana mado good thoir oacapo. On Wodnoaday tho Ea...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 22 November 1892

Local audi ^cajcrul. St' John's Church.— Divino service will bt I held in future nt 7-30 on Sun Jay evenings instead of at 7 o'clock. Road Tondorc* — Tenders clo3o on Mopday next for various road contracts with tho Resident Kngineor (Mr. V. J. S. Blomfield) at Roads Offico, Moss Vale, a3 per advertisement in last and ucxt j iasnc. Courthouao Gardcn-—Uiider the care and labour of Constable Carpenter the garden surround* ing tho . M033 Vale Courthouao has with ^ tho advent of summer been transformed into quito a bright and charming spectaclo. Tho tidy sh u'js and numbers of flowering plauts, rosesTiud other of nature's beautiful blossoms givo a very cheerful appearancc to the pl;\ce and send forth a delightful perfume on tho surrounding air. Mr. Carpenter must have bestowed much care upon their cultiva tion. It is a pity that tho authoiities cannot sco their way to gut the building and fence painted and so complete the order which should here prevail. Itobcrton Parle Public School.— M...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 22 November 1892

NOTICE. A S our proaont manufacturing: plant is . uL inadequate to turn out sufficient cor^ - dials, syrups and flavoring essences for the increasing demand, we respectfully request our customers to kindly overlook any little delay in the execution of their orders on the : : assuranco that they are recohing our best attention. THE UNIVERSAL DRUG CO. T. G. Kennjwell, ' Manager 26 Hunter-street, Sydney, Jl §PI Mt $f?*, I j S .J^KilfAYS fafe ]|l§T DIXSONS TOBACCOS. ;C01-©yE^0R-- : ' . IN ANY SIZED PLUGS. SJG? H©©(IS?:; ; .. ; THDCK TO II ST.. YAKIKEE ® 00© HI PLUG, TWIST ????' CiMMPO®^ BRIGHT LOWO CUT{p/Kket^ : .CEMTIKCvl IivID/^L FLAT % TWIST ;'' DIXSONS use many tows more American Leaf than all the rest oF M.S.WaLes together. Price lists oF all Dixsons grades £.- brands post Free. Dixsohs KlfDO©^ [MOTES : ? Machine made are superior £o imported ? because made Prom Fresh cut pure American &. cos is ihe+ smoker mity 3? @ep packet* ** ???//? PS?- ©IS£-®XPIP3IE3--§- 3HTS2' I5D-n-...

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Manures Suitable for Dairy Farming. AN INTERESTING LECTURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 22 November 1892

Manures Suitable for Dairy Farming. AST INTKISESTTIIKKV HiGDC'iriUKE. Henry Charles L. Anderson, Director of Agriculture. On Saturday evening last tho Director of Agri culture, Mr. II. C. L. Anderson (whose portrait we have pleasure in presenting to our readers above), was announced to lecturo on 'Manures.'. Tho lecture was under the.aiispices of the Berrima Dis trict Agricultural Society, aud being of special in teresc to the furmcrB. frmtrrrmviirn. nnd nMinra nf the district a goodly number assembled in tho Cen tennial hall to hear what tho Iccturer had to say, including Messrs. N. H. Throsby, J.P., J. Lans. down. T. Seery, W. W. Richardson, A. B. Yotinc, J. Badgery, F. Badgery, Captain Walters and J. Yeo. Mr. John Badgery preside! and introduced tho lecturer in a few able words. Mr. Anderson said that although his real subject was ' Manures ftui'ahlc for tho district,' yet ho hoped that thoy would givo him a free hand to dis cuss anything of interest outsido that particular subje...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 22 November 1892

Coiistit-atiou Or co3tivencss, is ono of tho most frequent results of liver complaint, and requires prompt and careful attention, for if tho fracal mattor becomcs Impacted in tho bowels dangerous cffcets aro to be appre hended. Tho justly celebrated Dr Abcrnethy said that inattention to tho action of tho stomach and bowels was tho causo of ninety por cent, of our physical ailments, aud modern scienco has proved this assertion correct. Care, however, requires to bo ob3orvcd in tho choice of romcdlo3, for there aro numerous drastio and violent cathartics sold tindsr various fancy names, but Dr. Fletchers Pills are used with the best advantago in such cases. Theso pills aro from tho prescription of Dr. Boll Flotchor, of Birmingham, England, and wero used by him in his privato and General Hospital practice there for mony years with tho greatest success. This, an a matter of course, proves their reliability, and Mr. A. M. Bcauchamp, Rati, Rangltikei. N.Z., says*:— ' I wish to inform you ...

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Sutton Forest. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 22 November 1892

Sutlon Forest. Flower Services were held at All Saints Sutton Forest on Sunday' last, morning and afternoon. The church was profusely and beautifully decorated with flowers, a matter in which several ladies of the congregation had taken doep interest. The altar had a very beautiful latin cross of marguerites, tho design and work of Miss Amy Badgery, on either side beins vases of arum lilies, the edge of tho table being decorated with a row of white roses intermixed with ever greens. At the each end of tho table, columns of marguerites had been ereoted. Flowers, ivy and variegated leaves also adorned tho altar rails— the work of the Misses Neylo, Oke', and Wiihycombe. The lectura and prayer desk wero cleverly and tastefully arranged with flowers ivy and evergreens by Aire. W. W. Richardson and the Misses Wilshire. For the walls approaching the chancel Mrs. Stoddart had artistically worked two designs — a harp and a lyre— in rich flowers, being very beau tiful indeed. The walls of the...

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The Sacrifice of Life. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 22 November 1892

Tlie Sacrifice of Biife. Thousands of lives arc saciifieed annually because mankind are not educated in tho first rudimonts of hygiene and life-preservation. Simple ailments aro neglected. The debility increases, and some fatal disease attacks tho victim, aud all life's pleasure departs, existence becomcs a burdon, life a troublo, and all because mankind is so apathetic and rcgard lDQa nf fl,r- nJnnis nntnrn Rends that the vital strength is declining. All cases'requirc immediate attention before it is too late, nnd a course of Clemeuta Tonic invariably has the effect of immediately restoring perfect health. Jli-s Eva Brown, daughter of Ser geant Brown. Albury, N.S. W., writes on .Tnno IS, j S91 : — 'The following particulars of my caso are furnished on behalf of the afflicted, trusting thoy may be the means of restoring others to health : For eighteen months I was extremely debilitated, the doctors being of opinion that I had outgrown my strength. My disease is known in medical circ...

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BREVIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 22 November 1892

to K IB V H A. A dog with two tails (talcs) has lived ia Moss V ale, last Police Court report, and a kitten with two heads was born iu Bowral the other day. ? * It was destroyed, however, when a couple of days old — the kitten, not the dog. The Wingecarribee Butter Factory has oreated a good deal of work ; tlure is a lot of fencing to bo done in that vicinity. The Government ouarrles have ceaseu wnrlr ? nil the men being put oh. Mote unemployed to grace tlie town of Bowral with. - In China every peasant has his own teii plants aud uses his own peculiar methods of preparing them for brewing the liquor. Of such methods per haps we need say littlo except that cleanliness with John Chinaman is not always found to bo the pre vailing virtue. Jn Ceylon tho culture and manu facture of the tea leaf aro undertaken by English men, who rcgulato tho uatjvo labour and employ machinery to a large oxtcnt. The Ceylon teas sold by Messrs. Taylor Bro3., Moss Vale, aro grown in the best gardens and pla...

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The Importance of Trifles. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 22 November 1892

The njiiport-.imce oH'TTrifies. ? A grain of sand in ono's eye is not only painful but may prevent an important lo ter being written. Trifling accidents have often had serious results on tho fate of kingdoms A glass of wine too much iB said to have changed the courso of Fronch history. The son and heir of Louisa Phillippo always con fined himself to a curtain number of glasses becauso he knew that beyond that number he was sure to get drunk. One morning he forgot to count, and took one glass more than usual. He stumbled while' entering his carriage. The frightened horses bolted, and the young Prince, leaping out of his carriage, fell heavily on the pavement and was killed. That one glass overthrew the Orleans rule, and sent them into exile.

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 22 November 1892

- Special Adverfioemneroti? ~ nowliifffir MOSS V \ L IU, ''Upholsterer, Froncli Poliolier, Picture ? ? Framor- fie.: A LARGE Stock of Furniture, Bedsteads and Bedding, Carpet!!, Matting, Linoleum, Door . ? Mats, &c., always on liaud. Spring lijllor and ' Venetian Blinds, m.-ido and fitted or repaired. 'COMMERCIAl BANKFnF COMPANY. cozp Established 1S3I. Incorporated 18 IS. Head Office : : 0YD1TEY. CAPITAL ? £uU0,000 RESERVE FUITD ? 330.000 Total ? S1,43(M)00 *3T Branches throughout Nov/ South Wolcs and Queensland. Agcnccs throughout the world. - All usual Banking Bu3inc::i transacted. MOSS VAIE BRANCH, E. EVERARD ROW, Manager. J. H, QUIST, JWDSxnjJorjvS1 ssirirj'iirarCT'E' - ' MOSS VALE. Cossoltiko Rooms : Mr. O'REILLY'S, Chcmint MR. QUXST may bo seen at hio rooms daily (Wednesdays and Fridays excepted) from 9.30 a.m. to 5 p.m, Ho also visits tho surrounding district an follown : — MITTAGONG, every Friday, at Draper's Hotel, from 0.30 n.m. to 12 noon, BOWRAL, every Friday; at...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 22 November 1892

Uhc Scrutineer. TERMS Subscription 2/6 per quarter prepaid ; 5/* if lseokeil ; charged onlj from the time of commeucing. Advertisements— oi Icbs than one inch, 1/- lor the first two lines find 3-1. per lino after; longer r. : . :adycrtiaements,,J|/^iW the f\jgt inch and 1/6 for every eubaequBnt*inciifl lXlioeral reduction mado or standing advertisements.' Advertisements o births, mruriages, and -icatha, if sont by post, must be authenticated by the signature of some person kntwn at the office, or Ihey will not bo inserted. Advertisements will be received up to 6 p.m. on day «f publication. The nuinbor of insertions should be written on the face, or the advertise ments will be ceutinued till countermanded. Orders for withdrawing, altering, or changing advertisements must be sent iu by nine a.m. ou Mondays aud Thursdays. BST All accounts due for subscriptions, adyertw ing- priutingare payable at the office* Mesa Vale r. i. GRAHAM, AUCTIONBEB, WILDS MEADOW AND ROBERTSON, IS Prepared to...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 22 November 1892

The Rev. J. Penman, frem Newcastle, preached tho anniversary sermons at the Primitivo Metbodist Church, Bowral, on Sunday. A flower servieo was ? 'hel'l in tho afternoon. A meeting of qnarrymen was held at Bowral on Saturday night, when Messrs. Sloan and Smart, delegates from tho Quarrymen's Eight-hour Pro tective Society, Sydney, were present. A chairman and secretary weio elected pro tem. It is said that Miss Agues Todd the witness in the ' Makin case was once a residontof Bitnilanoon. For the month of October the Beehive Buttor Factory rcceivod 22,059 gallons of milk, from which '8027 lus of butter wero produced, aud nuppliora .. were paid 2Jil per gallon for m lk supplied. Tho ' Lion factory, Barrengarry, rccoivcd 74,123 gallons of milk during tho month of Octobcr, : nnd paid suppliers 3d per gallon. A credit balanco was carried forward. ? Certainly tho best mcdicino know is SANDER and SONS' EUCALYPTI EXTRACT. Test its ? ? eminently powerful effects in coughs, eclds, in fluenza ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COMING EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 22 November 1892

COMING EVENTS. Kangaroo Valley sports— December 17. Bong Bong Flower Sorvice — Sunday, 27th November. Bong Bong and Mount Ashby Bazaar — 30th November and 1st December. . Bong Bong and Mount Ashby Hospital Sunday. Sermons by tlio Primate — itli December. Wingecarriboo Annual Races — December 26th. Moss Valo School of Arts Bazaar — December Protcstaut Alliance Sports — New Years Day. Southern Rido Association second annual prizo meeting— Januiry 21, 25, 2G, and 27, 1893. SHOWS. Bcrrima District Agricultural, Horticultural and Industrial Show — March 9 and 10, 1893. Robertson Agricultural Show — February 2S and March 1, 1893 Marnlan Agricultural Show — March 9th and 10th. Goulburn Agricultural Show — March 23 and 24.

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Carlysle's "Arch-Fiend of Civilization" in Palestine. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 22 November 1892

Carlisle's '? Arch-lFieml ot Civiliza tion' in Q'a.csliiic. ' The first locomotive from Jaffa has nrrived at Jerusalem. In this event (writes a London paper) we have a new and ample text for the preachers. Tins associations of the Holy City and its contact with the railway system is something incongruous to contemplate. It will be sufficient to excite the wrath of Mr. liuskin, ns it must appear to him to be a greater sacrilege than ihnt of the British tourist shooting on Mount Sinai. The torminus is unfinished ; it will be on the west side of the road to Bethlehem, not far frofn the south end of tlie Montefioro Almshouses. The Wadi Rubabeh, perhaps better known as the Valley of Hinnoni, will separate the railway station from tho town, and it will thus be about half a- mile from the Jaffa gate. Luckily the Temple site, with Gethsemann and the Mount ol Olives, is on the opposite sido of tho town, and will not bo much disturbed by the noise of the railway. It may be mentioned that the ...

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BERRIMA DISTRICT C.C. FARM & DAIRY COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 22 November 1892

BERRIMA DISTRICT C.C. FARM & DAIRY COMPANY. Butter Market — Mr. P., J. Ailten, the manager of tho Berrinia Distriot Cold Climate Farm and Dairy Company, Limited, reports: — Wo liavu still very largo supplies which have been fairly absorbed by local requirements. Kxport is being bi*£o'y resorted to by various houses and the results ate expected to prove highly gratifying where care has been taken to ship tho best quality only, the difficulty of obtaining spaeo por mail steamer 1ms been ktcnly felt and has caused large stocks to accumulate in cold rooms, this difficulty however we consider is only temporary, Subjoined aro tho ruling prices current : — Sydnoy, November 19th £ n d fad Butter, Factory, per lb ... 0 0 10 to 0 0 0 Buttor, Dairy ? 0 0 8 0 0 9 Bacon, hand-cured ... 0 06 007 Ciiecso ? 0 0 44 0 0 5 Fowls, per pair ? 0'2 6 0 3 6. Ducks ? 0 2 6. 0 4 6 Potatoes ? ... 3 0 0 5 10 0 Rfigs ? ? 0 0 8 0 0 81 Hides ? ? 0 0 1, 0 0 lj. Calfskins ... 1 ? 0 0 7 0 1 3 Lard ? ? 0 0 6 ...

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VANDALISM AT BERRIMA. (To the Editor of the Scrutineer.) [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 22 November 1892

VANDALISM AT BERRIMA. ?? ' (lo tho Editor of the Scrutineer. J ?» Sir.— A correspondent in a recent issue of your paper, took occasion to quote those ever-liying, well-known lines of the im mortal bard ; ' Man, proud man, dressed in a little brief authority, &c., like an angrj ' ' ape; plays such fnntastic tricks,' &c. Apropos, OI tnesu imua uuu luuir muun, a .little incidont has just o.courre'l in the town of- Berrima, worth recording. At the Public School, visitors to the town will call to mind a pioturesque group of splendid pine trees ? eiirrounding and sheltering the grounds in a manner seldom surpassed in aboroal effeot. . It has been alleged that somo of these trees east too much shadow on one of the small rooms, rendering necessary the removal of a few of tho lower boughs. S me members of the Local Board were con sulted and after inspection they, I am in formed, expressed the opinion that it would be preferable oven to remove the room rather than injure or di...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 22 November 1892

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [It must le distinctly understood that we do not necessarily identify ourselves with opinions expressed by correspondents .]

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Robertson. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 22 November 1892

Robertson. ' The usual monthly meeting of the* committee of tho Robortson School of Arts was held on Wednesday oveuing. Messrs. R, G. Ferguson piesidud. — Also present W, 11. Hindmnrsh, jun., C. Stubbiugs, W. aud G. White, J. W. Stono, J. Curtis, S. J. McBarou, and M. D. Hussey (lion, sec.) An esti mate was received for ccmeuting the hall but was not cntortamcd, the funds of the institution being at lowebb. On tlio motion of Messrs. Whito and Hindmareli it was decided to hold a bazaar early in tho new year, in aid of the School of Arts. It was also decided, on the motion of Messrs. Stono and Curtis, :o hold a concert on Boxing night in aid of the institution ; and the secretary was instructed lo write to tho secretary of tho Surry United C.C. (a Sydney team from which is to play at Robertson on Boxing Day) asking some of tho members of tho i club to assist at the concert.

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