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The Robertson School of Arts. (To the Editor of the "Scrutineer.") [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 3 June 1892
The Robertson SclnooD ©2 Arts. (To the Editor of the ' Scrutineer.' J Bin,— me Iirmol UN Long, LoonoCiiong & Co. feel aggrioved at being reported verbatim at n reccnt mooting of tho School of Arts committee, rho report woo written from shorthand notes takes at the mooting and afterwards submitted to' the chairman and two of tho moat intelligent members of tho committee, who could not ceo any of tho errors or exaggerations noticed bv our Run)™,. friend. If district contemporaries send ' apodal reporters' to take notes of mectinga in very long hand indeed, it i3 vory unfair to blamo reportorn who havo their eyes and oaro opon for tailing full and faithful reports neither from imagination nor cribbing as ha3 hitherto been tho case, but from notes taken on tlio spot. Neither aliould it be neeoasary to carry on meetings in pigeon English so osto reach tho comprehension of our poll-taxcd friends. When tho proceedings are faithfully reported they rotaliate with ' no sarce.' Tho nex...
SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 3 June 1892
SUtnHAltY Tlio lumnkn boxos on bonrd tbo Inbour ling Para, (vliioli ivna ntiout to eail to tho faouth Sea Islnru'n. woro rccantly oxouiinod by tbo oustoma nutliorilios. 'Lwo of thom wero found to Jmvo fnlso botloms, under wbicli (i nflo. 00 loiindfi of bnll cartridRes, two flaelts of gunpowder, n box of capo, and a flask of whioky woro disoov-rod. Oil tho motion of Mr. Jolm Burno, tho London Cuuniy Council lius ioco;;nifiod tho ho lira 03 flnod bj' tlio union. Tbo Belfast Telegraph publishes tho Ulster plnu of l'osistmicu in tlio ovrnt of Homo ltul': benifj cstnbliidicd in Ireland. Elections to tbo Dublin Parliament and nil judicial and magisterial appointments arc to bo ignored, aud only the Queen's taxes nro to bupaid. Special police are to bo enrolled, tbo Derry, L'U'ne, Belfast, and Howry Custom-houses are bo seized, and whilo ro* fruining from aggression, the Ulster people lire to steadily prepare for wnr. Baron Hirseli is seriously ill at Paris, ion gestion of the longs having...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 3 June 1892
^hc Scrutineer. TERMS: SuBSCRirnos 2/6 per quarter, prepaid ; S /- i booked ; charged pnlj from tlio tlmo of commcnoinR Quarters end March 31, June 30, September 30 December 31, at which periods only can subscriber decline by giving a week's notice in writing dtrccl to the office— not through a local collector — ant paying to the then running quarter. - Advertisements— ot less than one inch, 1/- toi the first two lines and 3d. per line after ; longei ? advertisements, 3/- for the first inch and . 1/0 foi every subsequent inch. A liberal reduction made for. standing advertisements. Advertisements o births, mairiages, and deaths, if sent by post, must be authenticated by the signature of some person known at the office, or they will not be inserted. Advertisements will be received- up to fi p.m. on day of publication. The number of insertions should be written on the face, or tho advertise ments will be continued till countermanded. Orders for withdrawing, altering, or changing advert...
CHURCH OF ENGLAND [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 3 June 1892
CHURCH OF ENGLAND Sotton Forest. — 1st and 3rd Sundays in the month at 3 p.m. : 2ud and 4th Sundays in the month at 11 a. in. and Holy Communion : 5th Suuday at 3 p.m. 1 Moss Vale. — let aud 3rd Sundays in tlie month at 11 a.m. and Holy Communion ; every Sunday at 7.30 p.m. Bondanoon.— 2ud and 4th Sundays in the month at 3 p.m. : 5th .Sundays in the month atll a.m. aud Holy Communion. Exeteu — Wednesday (on or before full moon) 7.30. Hollythoiipe (Cross Roads — Thursday (on or be fore full moon) 7.30 p.m.. — Rev. A. G. 8 1 o d i! ur t ; Bong Bong (Christ Church) — Diviuo Service every Sunday morning at 1 1 a.m. ; Mount Ashby (St. Thomas) — Every Sunday at 3p.m. ; Yarruuga — Second Sunday in every monthat 3 p. m. All seats aro free. — W. A. Leonh, B.A. Holy Trinity, Berrima. Bjrrima, every Sunday at 11 ; second aud fourth Sundays in tlio mouth at 7. Jtev. G. Sheppard, H,A. Cr iss Roads, liret and third Sunday at 7. High Range, second Sunday at 3. Belanglo, fourth Sunday at 3. St. Ste...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 3 June 1892
Special Advcr'isciucnte. H. RlGllMfflSOIXIq 1 MOSS VALE, tTpholstercr, French Polisher, Picturo Framer. c:c. A LARGE Stock of Furniture, Hcdatcado and Bedding, Carpet?, Matting, Linoleum, Door Mats, &c., always on hand. Spring Roller and Venetian Blinds, made and fitted or repaired. ? GOMMERGIAl BANKING COMP A X Y. ajp Established 1S31. Incorporated 1818. Head Office -.Geoim:!: Stukut, Sydney. ? o ? CAPITAL ? £600,000 RESERVE FUND ? £670,000 Kkservk for Equalisation of Dividends ... £150,000 Money receive.! at Interest and all other usual Banking Business transacted. E. EVERARD ROW, MA.VAr.EH, ? MOSS VALE BRANCH. W, H. PALING &'caT aMEESEETCIZiins. Established 1853. T.vconroiUTKD 1SS3. Solo Agents for PIANOS by Steinway anil Sons, Julius Feurich, Uebel ami Lechleiter, Carl Eckc, Tlie Victor, Tho Belling ; anil for the world-renowned ESTEY ORGANS and Boosey', Brass Band ; . ' Instruments. Universal Providers of PIANOFORTES, ORGANS, MUSIC, and MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS of Ev...
RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 3 June 1892
RAILWAY. Down Trains.— A mail train leaves Sydney daily (Sundays excepted) at 9 p m, Campbelltown 10.8, Pioton 10.53, Mittagong 12.12 a m, Bowral 12.19. Moss Valo 12.40, arriving at Goulburn at 2.20, and Albury 11.55. Tho Melbourne express leaves Sydnoy daily (Saturdays and Sundays oxcopted) at 6.15 p m, Mittajrono 8. Bowral 8.8. arrivincat Mnss.Vala_ftt a.^OTTcavca at 8.45, arrives at Goulburn at 10.8 and Albury 5.50 a m. A passenger train leaves Sydney daily (Sundays cxccptcd) at 9.30 a m, Mittagong 12.46 p m, Bowral 12,54, M033 Volo 1.35, Goulburn 3.10. A tourist train leaves Sydney every Saturday at 7.G5 a m, Picton 10.15, Mittagong 11.30, Bowral 11.37, Moss Valo 12 noon, arriving at Goalburn at 1,40 p m. A second tourist train leaves Sydnov every Saturday at 2.28 p m, Mittagong 5.30, Bowral 5.37, and arrives at Moss Valo at 5.50; Up Trains. — A mail train leaves Albury daily (Saturdays oxcopted) at 2.45 p m, Goulburn lam, Moss Valo 2.51, Bowral 3.3, Mittagong 3.13, and arrives ...
FOLEY BROS.' PRICE-LIST [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 3 June 1892
FOLEY BROS.' PRICE-LIST Sydnoy, Juno 1st ' £ s -d £ ? s il Butter, Factory, per lb ... 0 Q 0 to 0 1 (3 Butter. Dairy ... ... 0 0 0 0 1 4 Bacon, hand-cured ... 0; 0 6i 0 0 7* Cheese ... ... 0 0 3 0 0 5 Eggs, per doz. ... ... 0 1 7 0 1 8 Pigs, pcrlb.:. ... . ... 0 0 4 0 0 44 Calves, each ... 0 5 0 1 5 0 Honey, per lb ... ... 0 0 3 0 0 4 Fowls, per pair ? . 0 2 6 -0 3 (1 Ducks ? 0'. 2 0 1 ;0- 3 0- Geese, . ... 0 . 3 0 ' 0 0 I) Turkeys . .,.. 0. 7 0 1- 000 Maizo, por bus ' ... 0 2 10 0 3 0 Wheat ... ... ... 0 4 6 0 5 0 ?' Oats, feed ... ... :.. 0 2 4 0 2 0 Barley/Capo . ... .. O 3 (i 0 0 0- Flour, por toil ... ... 12 0 0 12 10 0 ' Hay, lucerne .... ... 3 0 0 3 10 0 Do, oaten./. -' ..4 0 0 4 10 ~0 Potatoes ... ... ... . 3 10 O 4 0 0 Onions. - ; ... ? ? 3 10 0 - 4 0 0 Butter : I11 good demand - Bacon : Good enquiry for ohoico hand ourcd - ? . r Cheese : Market duil ? - Poultry.: luiprqying in demand, poor UDBaleabld 1 ' ? \ . - ?. Eggs Very soaroe Lard 1 Ssaras
Moss Vale Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 3 June 1892
Moss Valo I'olico f'onrt. : At tho Police Court 011 Monday, before Mr. C. I , Nicholson, J.P., William Wool was charged with being drunk aud disorderly in Argyle street. The police gave him a bad character, and lie was fined ?10s or three days' imprisonment Tlio fine was paid. Wednesday, June 1, 1892. (Before Mr. F. ti. Wilshire, P.M„ P. H. Throsby, and T. Seery, J's.P.) Amelia Corswell, of Moss Vale, was summoned for having kept a dog without having registered it. The police stated that people had been complaining of the dog as a ferocious one. Defendant pleaded guilty and was fined 10s. aud 4s lOd o:sts.
Local Land Board. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 3 June 1892
liocal Laud Board- ' . A ?meeting of the above Board, was 'hold -at tho Courfc;tfmise» Moss Vale, on Tuesday, May 31st, befnVc M,eS*r?; A. O. Morirtrty (chairman), P. R. 'Wilsiiire, P.M., ond J/. Morrice, JiP. The follow- ? ing cascs: were htard ; — Charles Edward Casburn, c. p. 02-4, ? 100 acres, AViugello. — For measurement, Charles Edword Casburn, c. p. 02-5, 200 acres, Wliirtcllo.-iFor measurement.- ... - Geor§-5 Willitinr^Cimpbcll,. c.i-. 02*7#- 100 acres, Wingollo,'— for woasiirement. ?? Patrick John McMahon, re e,p.. 86 30, 50 acres, Win|-elb, as to the cohditioiM.-7-Residenco not coihpHcd with recommended for. foi-feiture. ' Patrick Jp.hn MoMahdn/'c.K 92-1, 150 acres, Wiugello. — Xcxt dttiugs by request, v Eclward Carter, c.p. 19-19 152 acros, KundialU. -^-.Confirmed ; 3d per acre. Edward Carter, c.l. 91-15, ;;5G acres, KundialU, —Confirmed ; 3d per acre. Fanny Alice Cordeaux, c.p. -01*22, 1 31) acres, Bullio. — Adjourned to. next sittings. Elijah Johnson, c.p. 91*22, 100 ac...
F. L. Barker & Co.'s Report. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 3 June 1892
F. L. Barker & Uo.'s Report, ? Sheeksking.— Market steady at late rates. Dry full woolled, 4} Vto 4Jd ; medium, -3Jd to 4d '; pelts and shorts, 2Jd to 3d por IbS ?. GreeilJskins, 25d to 37d i medium, 20d to 24d ;,ppKs, Jd tj lSd each. Hides.— At Friday's saltf tho market showed a furthor decrease in values. Quotations : Best extra ? heavy and prime, 2Jd to 2Jd ; good heavies 2}d to ' ? 21 i ordinary and sloppy heavies 2d to 2Jd ; medium 2d to 2Jd ; dry lid to 2Jd per lb. . ' Bark.— Market unaltered. Superior ciioppod up to £8 ; medium qualities £0 to £7 /is. ; inferior £2 5s, to £4 per ton. . ' Piga.^Owiiig: to very, heay j?. arrivals during the; ?' past weok prices fell considerably, both for bacon pigs aud porkers— morn especially, the latter. ' Rest porkersliow selling at 3d per lb ; bacon pi us at 3d pcr.llj. Wo do not anticipate any change in prices during tlie coming week.. Calves — Market slightly firmer; good quality calvcs making from :23s.;;tb 40s'., according to /...
SMALL DEBTS COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 3 June 1892
SMALL DEBTS COURT. P. Mahon sued H. R. Taylor, under the Masters' and Servants' Act, for wages duo aud loss of time. . Mr. C. C. Gale appeared for complainant; -,vlir, he stated, had'beon employed 011 a contract of Mr. . ITe.viUt's. 0:i May 10th complainant left the work and was given an order upon Messrs. Samuel tc Co. f.ir the sum of £7 10s. 6d, which, when presented,' Mr. Samuel would not honor. : Complainant had been detained 15 days without his money. -Defec. ilant had paid about £200 on Saturday to other men who hadworked at Meryla. He had been con sulted by 22 other persons regarding the detention of wages on this particular work, and he asked the Bench to make an order for payment for loss of time. . .. Peter Mahon sai l lie had been working' for Mr, Hewitt 011 a contract on the Meryla road at 7s. (id, per day. Was engaged by Taylor.- On the 16th May theie was £7 10s. Od due to hin. as wages for which I10 got an order on Messrs. Samuel and Co ,' ' whore it was uado payable. ...
Local Public Works. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 3 June 1892
- ? ? ? ? ? - jr. Uirifflal' Public Works; a'S The following items are included in the'estimatis passed during the last session of Parliament:— Robertson Courthouse, additions, etc., £6S0. . Robertson Post and Telegraph Office, erection of, £1000. ; ;Y; .;:' Road from Kangaroo Valley, viaBroghcr's Creek, to Kancaroo Valley Mountain ; proposed expendi ture, £135. 1 ? A ? V Moss Vale tp Kangaroo Valley ; proposed expen diture, £920.' ' ' ? ? ' - Mos3 Vale towards Kiama ; proposed expenditure £800. ? ' Bridge, Minnamnm — furthor siim, £400.
Berrima District Court. THURSDAY, JUNE 2, 1892. (Before His Honor Judge Murray). J. Bryen v. T. Nelson [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 3 June 1892
nBemrara DMsfciriict (Bonrifc. Thursday, June 2, 1892. (Before His Honor Judge Murray). J.' Bryen v. T. Nelson This ease hid been before a jury previously. Llr. Davidson applied for a new trial. The application was struck out. C. C. Gale v, A. A. Shorter. Claim for dishonored promissory note. Mr J. Latchford appeared for defendant. The summons, however, had not been served in time. W. W. Doughty v. G. Akcrs. Claim £11 103 Id. Plaiutiff said he had purchased tho debts duo to Corderoy, Verdict for amount. Same v. R, Shipmau. Claim for £13 13s 2d. Defendant had promised to pay but had not. Verdict for amount of ono debt end one witness expenses. J. S. Wilcou r. Haiqh. No appearance of defendant. Vcrdict for plain tiff with cxp^ncco of one witness. Dr. Swinson v. C. W. Baylio. Claim £31 43. 7d, balance alleged to bo duo for nicdical attendance. Plaintiff claimed tho above amount for'raedioal attendance, but defendant had paid £7 16s lid ou account. Vcrdict fox balance of account with co...
ON THE TRAMP. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 3 June 1892
ON THE TEAMP. I By tue ' Hkhetio.'] That skilly don't do 0110 no good. When there's many a tnilo to trudge. Thoy think a cove's mnclo of wood, A mouthful of bread to Ktudgo. Now, if I wero to full by the ditcb, And the coroucr on mo sat, _ They'd say, as thoy do about sich — Died from drink, aud disease, and all that, Now so 'elp me, not never a drain I'vo tasted this blessed day, But I feel totty-liko when tho raiu Comes down in this blooming way. I shouldn't so mind if I thought. When we gets to tho town ahead, Theto was chance as with tuppeoco wo bought A bite, and a sup, aud a bed. There's tho kids, they are ready to drop, They haven't the heart to cry ; Thoy picked up a crust, which tlicy sop In that puddle of mud hard by. There's my wife, too, as don't say a word, ?' Hor shawl went to spout long ago, 'Twarnt much that it fetched— now that bird Feeds better thau na, I know. Seo that gent as is coming along 1 He's pot umbrella and coat, Yet he's looking as it something wrong Was...
Berrima District A., H., and I. Soeley. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 3 June 1892
Berrluia Dlstrlctf ^ I, [?] The annual gciveraK%eoting)of tllir-iiibi'd society was held at O ) jdri lgo'j II jy'.vt ? .Hi) til,, -M uia Vale, on Monday aft:iuo-n. Mr. F..H. Wilsiiire', P.M. ,: occupied thoclnir. There wrie also present Messrs' N.jHvThrosby, J,P.,-C.^L,' Nieaoiioni JiK.;' J. Tj , Haytcr, t£ C. Roio, j'R. .Sorogg'6. H. .W; T.iylor, j E. E. Eow, Chajy TjkyjsW, M. ltiv-e, it. '.J. Wynne' H, \Vilos,;\y, ^ MftrritiOj.A.- Fy le, W. W. 'Riclnr:! son, T. Lackey; j.R, n. B liliy.- A. Salmon, J. jj. j William;, and J. .YtfOj (secretary). ?iAn apology ^nsre.Jl''fi'on! tlio Hon'. John Lackey, president, who was tillable to attend', and Mr. l!ow also apologised for Mr. D. F. Evans of Bel'rima. After the last nijiiutes were_ read and confirmed , . die treasurer, (Sir/ H. C.. Rose), in presenting hia report and bilanee.sheet, remarked tiirtt thoro being as it were two.bal.iiici aliiets it might appear complex and require a.little explanation. He con gratulated them npon the reanlt...
Selected Poetry. THE MUD. (TO BE SUNG IN THE COUNCH, CHAMBERS TO THE TUNE OF "AULD LANG SYNE.") [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 3 June 1892
r Selected P oetry. THE MUD. (TO BE Sm»0 IK TUB CoVSCII. ClIAMBEM TO THE j Tdnk of ' Auld Lang Svni:,') fBv Three Vmitoiis.1 Sio (lirly ofrcets yo never saw, Thoy nearly drovo un mad. And nyo tho burden of oor sang Was ' Oh, this awCu' mud' 1 Tho mud It atickot tao oor feot It hung about ilk goon ; Says ono. Who'd think that Mosa Valo Woo sio a muddy town ! Wo lookit up and down tlio streets, Wo picked our steps \vl' caro ; Wo walk it up and doon tho roads, And still the mud was there. Wo hold our note books in oor hands But wo wroto naethiug down i Yo dimia think that wo could write In sio a muddy town, We stood at Goodiidgca Hotel, Wo travelled up the hill ; . Wo journeyed to tho Yarrunga Road But thoro tho mud was still. Thoro's no a day in a' tho week hot what somo strangers eomo ; Wo duuna It on what thoy can seek— ' . What brings them to this Town? Oh bonnio Town ! I think I saw A' that could bo seen ; But next timo that wo visit you, Let a! tho streets bo clean. THE MAN HIMSE...
Bachelor's Ball at Bomballaway. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 3 June 1892
Enll nt DBombalSaway. ? A very fnjoyablo bachelor's ball was held at Pino Grove on tho 27th May, in a lareo hall kindly lent for tho occasion by Messrs. H. aud A. Morrice. The ball room was beautifully decorated with ferns and mottoes such as 'A faint heart never -won a fair lady,' ' Succcss to tho Baohelors,' ond'' Wel come All.' About 30 conple assembled. Tea was provided at 12 o'clock. Dancing commenced at 7 o'clock and was kept up until 7 in tho morning, when all sought Nature s kind restorer, balmy sleep — feeling well satisfied with their night's enter tainment. Tho most noticeable amonp the costumes worn was Miai L, Muudy, attired in pink nun's veiling trimmed with white lace and pink ribbons. Miss K Slundy and Miss Wright dressed mo3t ex quisitely in black cashmere, sitin trininiod with white lace and blue ribbons. Miss A. A. Ferguson was very clmrmiugly attired in a green costume with pink trimmings and roses. There woro also Miss R. .Tellery, attired in a very pretty llora...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 3 June 1892
BRIDAL I'ANOIES. Married in white, you havo ohoson all right; Married in gray, you will go far away ; Married in black, you will wish yourself back ; Married in rod, you will wish yourself dead ; Marriod in gruon, ashamod to be seen; ?. Marriod in blue, ho will always bo true ; Marriod iu pearl, you will livo iu a whirl ; Marriod in yollow, ashamod of your follow ; Marriod in brown, jou will livo out of town ; Married in piulc, your npint will oinlr. WHY REHTJADFnJ ©gap Deafness, Head Noises, Discharges, &c., NOMATTcn OF now long standing, completely and permanently cared by the new and entirely successful Electro* Medication Treatmcrk*. Sklf-aitukd and Painless. ZSor-diraroo not at all xicocGsary. Advice and pamphlet Free from Professor Harvey, 1*5 CoUioa Street East, Melbourne. Magnificent testimonials. N.B.— Professor Harvey's Electric Head B&ttt 9 If tbt C&ly out patented throughout th? World*
Watch Your Nose [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 3 June 1892
? ? \_j !3 f i'ts Titian — Already tho claim io made tliat one's dis position is outlined by hia noso. According to the Buffalo Commercial, large nostrils show courage. Peoplo of fearless disposi tions breathe fully and frooly. All the fiorcor animals have dilated nostrilo. Tho drooping nostril shows histriouio talent. If tuo noso also droops, it denotes a tragio power, aud if only tho nostril tho capacity is marhad for the interpretation of comedy. When tho nose is thin at tho bridgo it shows geuoroDity, while a noso that ii thick at the bridgo arguno inquiBitivoness. When it is ' tip tiltod like the petal of a flowor' tho porson io inquioitivo. A projeoting noso argues a deposition to investigate. It io ahoud of tho persona as it were, and wants to scent out things. Look at your noso in the glass and goo what sort of a person you aro any way. If your nouo is'hluo you havo u had cireultation, if vory pale you a'o sufforing from poority of blued, if full of blncltUouds which you can...