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Church [?]. (To the Editor of the Scrutineer.) [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 31 May 1892

'0E3nfcl2 ijyrniza. (To the PS. \t or of the Scrutineer.) Friends of our faith v/o have, whom doubts like these, And keen rcmarko and bold objections pleas? ; Tlieyfrjrant/ouchdonbta have weaker minds opprcst, Till cournl conviction give the troubled icst. 'Cntctill,' they cry, 11 Icfc none theif ccnsurcs £7iey but confirm tlio /;lor:ouo hopca v/c ohnrc ; From doubt, disdain, derision, scorn and lies, With five-fold triumph cacrod truth shall rice. Sin, — Slnco Mr. Blomfield penned his first letter to you upon this subject he ha3 coolly and con siderately dismounted from the hich liorco he then rode, and he now favours me with what ho thinks to bo arguments in disproof of my ctatemcuta. Fair and frco discu&cion v/ith right-minded persona leads to enquiry r.ad brings forth correct information, aud I uclicvc my great object iu v/riting could bo seen by all your fair-minded readers, viz. : — To advocate the retention of the present hymn book at St. John's Church unlecrs a major...

Publication Title: Scrutineer, The
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Divorces in Various Countries. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 31 May 1892

Divorces In Vnrlotis Countries. : T Bivortoa oro coarcoly over known to ocour CS aa^odota Orocco. . \ 7 A UK Hindostan oithor party for a oUght causo may lcavo tho othor ami marry, s Id tho oldon tiraoo tho Jowolir.dcs dio j.^ji' Wt'pnnry powor of divorcing thoir wives. ? - .Dlvorcoo aro ccnrcolv rsllor;e-3 in Thibot, udIobo with tho concoat of both pni'tieo. Eo marrtago io forbiddou. In Cooliin Ohinn tho nnrtion doniring divorco brenk i, pah' o? cuo»sttcl:o iu tho ptosonco of .witncicca aad tUo 'thing in dono. Two I;inda of divorco nro grantee] in ? CircaGaio. By tho firat tho portion enn .imm&diatoly marry again ; by tho Goi-ond not for a yoar. Among BODIO triboo of Amoiican Indiana tho piocoo of otick givon to tho witnc:::::::; aro brokon aa a oign of divorco. If tho wifo of n Turkoman ooka hio pormicsion to go out and ho oayo 'go/' without adding como book again,' thoy aro divorcod. In Siberia, if n man in dianatiofiod with tho moot trifling act3 of hio v/ifo ho toaro a ...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 31 May 1892

if ORIGINAL COnnESPDIIDEtlBE-'H' must le -l:'tir.c' y %:.:?.crst:^Z that wo Ho t:oV J :] ntcettarily identijj ottrcclvce atth ojn'iiiom] Z: exprmcil by corrcrwndcnto.'} ' -j

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Local Information. POSTAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 31 May 1892

r-ILocoIl HafoHiiintaon. ? ' , k.j. postal. , . v i- Moss Vale. — Mails arrivo from Sydney and Intermediate stations daily (Sundiys excepted) nt 12-50 a in nuil 2pm; litrrima at noon nnd 9.30 J-ni; Sutton Forest at 9pm; Nowra and Shoal haven districts at 1.15 a in j Robort3oh and Burrawang daily (Sr.turdayo excepted) ot 2 a 111 ; Goulburn and South daily (Sundays excepted) at 2.50 a m. Mails closc for Sydney and intermediate stations daily (Saturday excepted) at 9.30 p 111, nluo by express at () a 111 (Sundoyo and Mondays; excepted) ; Goulburn and South at 9.30 pm and 1 0 m ; Nowra, Slioalliavcn, Burra ? waug, and' Robertson at O.30 p in : Berrima and Sutton Forest ut 9.30 p in and 1.30 p m ; Moryla Wednesday nnd Saturday at 2.30 p.m. Letter roceivor at railway station cleared daily at 12.30 am; tlio two others at 9.15 p in daily. The post ofiicu opens from 9 a 111 till 6 p in, aud tho telegraph offico from it tn till 8 p 111 Post oliico opens on opens on Sundays from 9 till lu a tn...

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FOLEY BROS.' PRICE-LIST [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 31 May 1892

FOLEY BROS.' PRICE-IJSt' Sydney, May 25th , , £ s. dj Butter, Factory, per lb ... 0 0',0. to 0 U 0,„ Butter, Dairy ; .'.i ' 0 0 0' T) 11' Bicon, hand-cured ... 0 0 6J 0 0 7i Cheese- ... ... ... 0 0 3 0-0 - 5 Eggs, per doz. ... ... 0 1 10 0 2 0 Pigs.perlb... .... ... 0. 0, ,4 \ ] 'Oj Oi 44 Calves, each ... ... 0 5 0 ,1 5 0 Honey, per lb ??? ? ... 0 0 '3 - 0 0 4 Fowls, per pair ? 0/ 2; !6' ; 1 0 i 3 6 Ducks * ? 0 '2 6 0 3 6 Geeso ... ... ... 0 5 0 0 6 6 Turkeys ? ... 0 7 0. 0 - 9 0 Maize, per bus ... ... 0*2 10 0 3 0 Wheat 1 v 3 -0- ^ 0 ;5 0 Oats,, feed ,... / [..I ,i 0 -2 6 Barley, Capo ... ... 0 3 6 0 0 0 Flour, perton ... ... 12 0 0 12 10 0 Hay, lucerne ... ... -3. 0 0. 3 10 0 Do, oaten... ... ... '4 0 0 .. 4 10 0,r Potatoes ? 3 1Q- 0 .. r, .4 '.0 0 Onions ... ... .... 3 10 0 . 4 0 0 Butter : In good demand \ _ Bacon : Good enquiry- for choico hand oared Cheese : Market dnil/ \ Poultry ; Improving in demand, poor quality unsaleable Eggs : Vory scarce Lard : Scares

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 31 May 1892

gawllili a.m;;m:d., c.m.,;f.r.c.s: -ib.',' m.e.c.s. - ! ' En'o.,' House. DH, PATERSON has been engaged for over 20 years in the study and practiceof Chronio, IJervous and Special Diseases Of men aud women in tho leading medical schools and hospitals of Great Britain, Paris, Berlin, and Vienna, and iu privato proctice.,. Formerly House Surgeon to the Edinburgh Royal Infirmary, Matern- ity nnd Look Hospitals. No medical manadvertis ing in theso ooloules lias medical '? 'degrees which can bo compared with his. Such eminent qualifications, together with hi3 recognised straight orwavij treatment, has naturally gained for h'm tho reputation of being the ONLY LEGALLY QUALI FIED DOCTOR advertising in these colonies who combines with Special Knowledge Honest Treatment', ' as may easily be ascertained by applying to any LEADING PAPER in tlio COLONY. No diseases canoe so much misery and distress aa those included in my speciality. ALL MEN, YOUNG AND OLD MENy ; Suffering from the results of ear...

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RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 31 May 1892

HAIUVAY. Down TiiAiN'ft.— A msil train leaves Sydnoy daily (Sundays excepted) at 9 pm, C.impbclltoivn 10.8, Pioton 10.53, Mittagong 12.12 am, Boivral 12.19, Mosa Valo 12, -10, arriving at Goulburn nt 2.20, and [ Albury 11.55. Tlio Melbourne oxprcss leaves Sydnoy daily (Saturdays aud Sundays excepted) nt C.15 p ni, .Mittagong 3, Bowral 8.8, arriving at M03S Vale nt 3.29, leaves at S. -15, arrive:: at Gonlburn at 10.8 and Albury 0.50 a m. A passenger train leaves Sydnoy daily (Sundayo excepted) at 9.30 a m, Mittagong 12.40 p 111, Bowral 12,51, Mobs Valo 1.35, Goulburn 3.10. A tourist train leaves Sydney every Saturday nt 7.55 a 111, I'ioton 10. 1G, Mittagong 11.30, Bowral 11.37, Moss Valo 12 noon, arriving at Gonlburn nt 1.40 p m. A second tourist train leaves Sydnev every Saturday at 2.23 p 111, Mittagong 0.30, Bowral 0.37, nnd arrives at Moss Valo ot 0.50: Ur Tiiains. — A mail train leaves Albury dally (Saturdays excepted) at 2.45 p 111, Goulburn lam, Moss Vale 2.51, Bowral 3.3, Mit...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 3 June 1892

H'MMiaiia A.M., M.S., C.M., F.R.C.S. Ed.. M.R.C.S. Enq., House, DR, FATI3RS0N has been engaged for over 20 yearo in the study ond praeticeof Chronic, Nervous and Special Diseases Of men and women in tho leading medical schools and hospitals of Great Britain, Paris, Berlin, and Vienna, and in private prooticc. Formerly House Surgeon to tho Edinburgh Royal Infirmary, Matorn ity and Look Hospitals. No medical man advertis ing in these colonies has medical decrees which can bo compared with his. Such eminent qualifications, together with his recognised straight orward treatment, has naturally gained for him tho reputation of being tho ONLY LEGALLY QUALI FIED DOCTOR advertising in theso colonics who . combines with Gnocial Knowledge Honest Treatment, as may easily bo ascertained by applying to any LEADING PAPER in tho COLONY. No diseases cause so much misery and distress as thoso included in iny spociality. ALL MEN, YOU SO AND OLD MEN, Suffering from the results of early follies or exces...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 3 June 1892

Pnin.n: Notice. — Mr. Sibcrt, photographer, tlmnks tho public for their Uind ]iatroiiago, end regretd to inform them that his studio will close m a few weeli3 owing to tho cold weather and his health failing, and iu order to work up all his stock aud materials on hand has greatly reduced' tho prices. Cabiuot size— 15s por dozen, 9s per half-dozen; CJJ.V. size— 10s Od per dozen, -Js Od per half-dozen. So th030 requiring _ first-class photographs will do well to loso no time. Miss this chanco and you may novor, never, never gei another ! '. 1 Largo stock of picture frames and mouldings cheap. Sibert's Photo Studio, Bowral, will positively closo iu a few weeks. Certainly tho best medicine known is SAWDRlt and SONS' KUCAJ.YP'IT EXTI1ACT. Test its eminently powerful effects ill coughs, cclds, in fluenza ; tho relief is itistanteuous. In serious cases and aceidejits of all hinds, bo they- wounds burns, Ecaldings, bruises, Dprains it is tho safest remedy — no swelling-niio inflammation, l....

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Uric Acid. WHAT IT 18, AND HOW IT FORMS. A CLEAR DESCRIPTION OF THIS MOST SUBTLE ENEMY OF MODERN LIFE—WHAT A PROMINENT PROFESSOR SAYS. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 3 June 1892

HJric AcmL WHAT IT 18, AND BOW IT FOB2J8. A CLEAR DESCRIPTION 03? THI8 MOST SUBTLE ENEMY OF MODERN LIFE — WHAT A TROMINENT PROFESSOR SAYS. A well-known professor connected with a leading meJical college, in conversation, recently made the following wonderful assertions : — ' Thoro io probably nothing which has ever been known in the history of tho world that hua caused more real misery to men and womon than that simplo and yet danger ous element called uric noid. Thio dangerous j oubstance gets into tho blood of men and women, and oven children, even before they guspoct it, and tho havoc that it worka is simply appalling. It cnucea rheumatism, neuralgia, gout and pneumonia. . It io tho oauae of moot coldo, and ibo actual source of nearly evory c iso ot grip. You a9k how thio demgevous acid goto into tho bloid ? Yery easily. Tho principal duty of tho kidnoya antj bladder aro to ospel uric aoid from tho system. They fail to work very frequently, and, inotoad of being driven from thooy...

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Group Prizes for Live Stock at Shows. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 3 June 1892

c^oiip Pi-iaea. ffoc? IMvq ot Stawc. The c1iot7 of livo otocli ot tlio Ohioago World'oEahibitionwillbo worthy to Amorioa, find, its peoplo. In thio dopnrtraoat the o.-hibition will bo not caly tho largcet, but the most varied and tho fine;!; cvo? got together in ony country. A notablo featuro in tho livc-c'cool: prize schodulo ia tho prominence givon to groupo of stock. Tho committco ccam to Iiold tho individual as of far I030 importanco than tho group, and tlioy cncourr.gn tho oshibitioa of moat attractive groups. In tho contest for champion group tho prizes aro very high. Tho prizoo in tho dairy gronpa aro oquil in valuo to those in tho boof brcodo. Tho idea is an osoellent ono, end might bo copied in N.S. Walos. Good prizoo for groups of stock will reword tho breeder who can bring forward a number of high-class animalo, end that is better than bestowing tho grcriest honors upon the man who has only ono boast of exceptional merit. Prizoo for groups will have a tendency to encourag...

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Bowral Dairy Company. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 3 June 1892

Gowrafl ©ofipy. ..®ocapbiiy. ' A meeting o£ thio Ci'mp.^ny x?cd hold on Saturday afternoon at J. G. Morn:) & Co., a offic:.:;. Pfcnont : Mr. B. M. 'Oaborho (in tho -choir), Uosm I.Iorricroy. (j, Gporgo, J. Ho ay, Dr. Folio?, H. S. Pcarco, H. M. Oxley, W. J. Cordeavur, A. Cordcaux, M. Butler, O. Funoton, U. E'nn, J. Broo!ic3, 0. Rudge, E. El. Wiclshnm. and E. A. Aiken (mnnajer of tho Cold Cliraato Co.) Mr. EE. M. Oxloy roported on tho cits, and determined on n place on tho Bowrcl-Ecrriina road known an King'0, tbo wcter supply coming from novor-failing opringa to bo connected by gravitation throug 6J- chains of piping to tho factory r-ito; Mr. K. M. Oj;1ov proposed una Mr. Hooy nccondcd — ' Thattho Bov/ral Butter Factory Co. ba nov/ formnd, for tho purposo of orect ing o separating plant on tho oito proposed, and that tho proposed cite ba cccDptctV' — Carried. Mr. E. M. Wiokhcrn, on t)3hr.l£ o2 tho worko aub-committC3, read thoir roport, but it vms agreed to allow tho matter ...

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CATHOLIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 3 June 1892

- . l,i - (lATHOT.Tn, Mow :V»ln ft 30 n.m. nnd 7,30 p.m. j Sutton Forest Walsh ,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 3 June 1892

Factory Butter Market.— Tlio Produoo Exchange co-oporatoo with 400,000 citzoua. ? to dispose of Factory and Dairy Butter in Sydney, the nearest and beat market. — Hawkeh & Ya*oe, 95 Sufoos-Btroet.

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[?]RIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 3 June 1892

- -pTAfJ ? JTos« V''' -T - on : Pnrt'St 3 ? Mr. Ir- I vjno. j

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KANGALOON. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 3 June 1892

[?] A concert under the auspices of tho Mutual Improvement Society was held in the School of Arts on Wednesday evening last. The object _ of tho concert being to raise funds for the orgauisiug of a tennis elnb. Tlio Rev. D. T. Smith presided, and a crowded house was present. Tho programme consisted of the following :— Overture, Messrs. L. Wickham aud Passmore ; comic scng, 'Good Old Mary Ann,' Mr. 13. Wickam (encored) ; eolc^ iho ship that carries me home,' Mrs. H. G. Frazcr ; song, 'Brother's fainting at the door,' Mr Hussey ; song, 'Tho golden locks are silver now, ' Miss Piper j song, 'Home they brought her warrior dead,' Miss Smith ; comic song (in character), ?' Mary Ann Moloney.' Mr Piper, wlto was encored ; song, ' Thero is no lovo like a Mother s, Mrs C. Harrigan ; comic song, ' Up Como's Jobcs, Wr C. Higgins (encored ' I get so awfully lid ) I ! so,1g- ' Apart' Miss Smith; Recitation. ' Death doomed' Mr J. Keys' ; song, 'The Arab's farewell to his Steed' Mr J. Smith ; song ...

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WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 3 June 1892

WE8LEYAN. Not received.

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Bundanoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 3 June 1892

SSuudaiioon. ( From Our Correspondent J Progress Committee.— The election of nino members passed off very satisfactory on Saturday evening last, when the following nine were elected t ? Dymock 54, Phillips 54, Buekland 49, Tooth sen., Slatter 47, Osborn 46, James 42, Gambell 37, Nicholas 33. The lastnamcd retired in favor of Cmilon who polled 22. It is evident the Bunda noou people are satisheil witn tlie old committee, as all who wero nominated were elected. I trust the confidence reposed in them will not be mis placed. Tho secretary of the committee is a very earnest worker and does his best for tho interest of the town and district,- a better one could not be found for the position. We all have our faults, but the good each one is trying to do should counter balance the bad. Mutual Improvement.— A very successful meeting was held on Monday evening last by the Mutual Improvement Class. Tlio programme was a ' Mock Election,' and despite the wet niaht much interest was taken in the ...

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Marulan. ENTERTAINMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 3 June 1892

MarraBnini. ( From Our Correspondent.) KNTERTAINMENT. An entertainment was held in tho Oddfollowa' Hall on the night of 2-ith May, in aid of a fund to establish a Brass Band at Marulan. The hall was crowded with an appreciative audience. Tlio first part of tho performanco was a drama entitled. ' Cool as a Cucumbor.' Tlio charactorn wero taken by Messrs. A. E. Coombs. C. Betts, J. W. Cunningham, W. J. Davidson, and H. G. F. N. Hughes, Messrs.' Davidson and Hughe?, in tho characters of females, at each apDearanco on the stage, were vociferously applauded, both bein' well-known residents of Marulan. This was fol° lowed by several seleetions.on the piano by Master 3. Davidson, a young lad of 10 years of age. Ho also played the. overture in a very nico manner. Doubless, if this young lad only reooives a little moro instruction ho will become a very excellent performer ou the piano. Several comic songs were randered by local amateurs: The cntertaiument concluded with a farce, ' Burnt to a...

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BREVIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 3 June 1892

HB lit 13 V E A . The Czar of Russia never shaves. Women load and unload vcssols in Japaucse ports. They don't eveu load perambulators ' in Moss Vale. Some insccts arc in a state of maturity 30 minutes after birth, ospecia|ly mosquitoes. During 1890 there wcro built in the United States eight thousaud five hundred churches. There arc no known owners for scvcntv-eiMit thousand acres of land in St. Clair County, Alabama. The following alterations in tho railway time table comes into operation on tho 1st Juno: — The 3.17 p.m. local passenccr train, Sydney to Moss Vale will be discontinued bcyoud Pieton. A new mixed train will leave Picton for Mittagong at 8 p.m., connecting with the 5.17 p.m. local passenger train, Sydney to Picton. The 7.30 a.m. local pas senger train, Moss Valo to Sydney, will be discon tinued betwepu Moss Vale and Picton, but leavo the latter station at 8.55 a.m., and continue to reach Sydney as at present (11.25 a.m.). Anew mixed train will leavo Mittagong for Pict...

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