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How To Treat Burns. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 26 November 1892
JECoxv To Treat- Burns. Ono who wao ooveroly burned all over tho body whilo engaged at a firo givea tho follow ing particulars of tho troatmont of his burns, and tho ouggostiono he oCoro may bo useful. Ho saya : I will not attsmpt to picture tho suffering I endurod, ao any work on ourgory gives a good dosoription of tho symptoms. I will simply alludo to tho treatment, which I found very defeetivo. Carron oil, as an oxternal application, failed to givo mo any relief. Aftor Buffering twonty-four hours on old lady advised mo to uso fresh-slaked limo. Thio suggested an idea, which wo aoted upon at_ onoo. Limo and distilled water woro mixed togother to tho oonoistonoy ol thiok oroam, thon equal ports of linooed oil woro added ; thia mixturo relieved tho pain. This dressing wao continued until suppuration sot in. Wo then UEcd on ointment oompoced oi acid oarbolio, ono dram; vasolino, six ounces. Mix. Thio waa continued aa long ao any dressing woo required. Tho following facto I learned fr...
Local Information. COACHES. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 26 November 1892
? ? ? 5^ ? = Local Snformataon. COACHES. Fob Sottom Forest. — Haddin's coaoh leaves Moss Vale at 7.16 am returning at 8 a m 2.15 pm. 3 pm 7pm 8pm Fare Is single, children Gd Fob Berrima. — Haddin's coaoh leaves Moss Vale at 7 am returning at 12 noon 2.15 p m ,, 8pm Faro Is 6d Bingle, children 9d Small charge made for parcels sont through tho driver Sundays as ? above except tho midday journeys Special trips made at any time on application to Mr Haddin CoacheB also run to Robertson and Kangaroo Valley. .
Miscellaneous. Hasty Words. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 26 November 1892
fllM0celianeou0; Hasty Words. BY i. JU, BALDTCnt, Ao cpccl'O in tho oky oro tho gormo ol tho tompest, Ao oloudlota ot blao!: spring to birth in tho bluo, Harsh wordo will oft drop, in tho wrath ol n moment, From hoarto that aro generous, noblo, and truo. Bowaro 1 for words hasty, unmeaning, whon spoken, Havo uovercd trao friendships in nngomnd pniD. Ah, it onoe tho sweet linko ol that gold chain bo broken, No tears, no regreta may unito thorn again t No gom wao o'er faultless, no joy without sorrow, No oky without oloudp, and no oon with out otorm ; And it may bo that good hoarto repent on tho morrow Tho wordo that cseapod when tho temper wao warm; Ono word bringa anothor, tho otroam growfl a torront, Tho broezo that wao slight in a hnrricano ends. Stay wrath at its birth, then, moot halt way oach othor, Leavo harsh wordo unspoken, and ltisa and bo friends.
POSTAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 26 November 1892
POSTAL. OnMondayB, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, I Fridays, Saturdays tho mail will leave Mosb Valoat 1 1 .30a.m., arriving at undermentioned places at times I stated: — Yarrunga at 3 a.m , Barrengarry, 5,30 jj a.m., Kangaroo Valley, 6,30 a.m., Cambewarro, | 8.45 a.m., Nowra 9.45 a.m. O11 Saturdays, (j Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, and I' Fridays, thoy will be despatched ns follows: ? j] Leave Nowra 3.30 p.m., Cambcwaira, 4.30 p.m., S Kangaroo Valley, 7 p.m., Barrengarry, 7.45 p.m., if Yarrunga, 11.45 p.m., arriving at Moss Vale at I 1.15 a.m., on Sundays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, 5 Thursdays, Fridayo, aud Saturdays. ;j The mail at present despatched from Moss Valo ? at 2.50 a.m. on Monday will not be despatched I until 6.30 a.m. The mails at present denatched \ to places on the southern lino beyond Mos3 vale on } Sunday nt 2.30 a;m. will bo discontinued, and in '( lieu thereof the mails will be despatched at 12.30 t a.m. on Mondav. A train will bo run ! on Sunday evenin...
Science. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 26 November 1892
Science, Fort Keoglj, Sfon,, haa tha vldcaO tango ot temporitura of any plaoo on earth. Laat nnmmer the thormomoter ranged from 120 to 130 dogo. obovo, whilo recently id marked OS dogs, belovz zero, a total ranso of 195 dego. Frozen milk, it id Mcorted, may bo IsopS in frc::h atato indefinitely, nnd many Dtoamero nailinjj qp ^iqtpnt voyago3 aro now provided with ntcam rofri(joratoro, in whioh milk and other.- foodo may readily bo pro. corved for any longlh of timo. La Nature dceoriboa and illantratea o rc marknblo form of earthworm whioh iu found in Auutralia. Thoy aro ljinohoaindiomoter, and six feet in length, and onhnlo a otrong odor analogouo to that of oreonoto. Paris dootori! havo oonaomnod thonaooha rino or artificial ongar prodncod from aoal, because it seriously troubles digestion. Thoy reoommond thRt it bo prohibited ao an artiolo ol food, and a law to that effect, wo boliovo, has recently boon onaotod. Vegetables and moata oro sealed np in air-tight vesoela to preserve th...
PENNY POSTAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 26 November 1892
PESST POSTAOK. J P 1 here is a penny postage service between tho 1 following towns in the police district of Berrima : | — JBerrima, Bowral, Bundanoou, Burradoo, Burra- I wang, Cross Koads. East Kangaloon, Exeter, Glen- '« quarry, Great Southern Colliery, Joadja Creek f Kangaloon, Mcryla, Mittagong, Moss Vale, Robert! I son, Sutton Forest. Wild's .Meadow, and Yarrunga |
Economy of Nervous Energy. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 26 November 1892
Economy of Nervous J Energy* Tho uncsBontial ideno that onter oon cciousneao aro of all kindo and all degroeo of intensity, from thoEQ that reoult in trival ideomotor aotc — ao, for oxamplo, when ono ongagod in convocation automatioolly picko up a ocrap of papor from tho door— through I all sorts of whimo, pedantries and diatrao- j uono, to tuo anarchy oxrnind aeon jn como j pathologioal cauea. Illuctrationo might bo j multiplied. Tho oauoo of hyotoria ia ofton j como obotinato intruder in ooncoioncnoaa; and hypoohondria haa boon called tho mioro- 1 ccopo by whioh ono eeea tho othorwino in visible littlo ailings of ono'o own body. Un-, duo oolf-concoiouanoaB, pcoaimiatio anxiety about tho future, extromo poroiatenco in oto hind of nativity from moro forco of inertia, fndQoioion,podantio attention to trival things, onkomo habituation, making ono do every thing in tho old way though a now way wouhl bo moro economical, morbid con Doiontiouaneaa with ita hypcrrcsthotio oaeuia try, and t...
RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 26 November 1892
RAILWAY. i Dows Trains. — A mail train leaves Sydney daily i (Saturdays excepted) at 9 p m, Campbelltown 10.8, \ Vieton 10.53, Mittagong 12.12 am, Bowral 12.19. | Moss Valo 12.40, arriving at Goulburn at 2.20, and ' Albury 11.55. ? i A paper and mixed train leaves Sydney at 4 a m 1 Mittagong 8.31, Bowral S.4I, Moss Vale 9, Goul- il burn 11.12, reaching Albury 12i hours later. . fl The Melbourno express leaves Sydney daily 3 (Saturdays aud Sundays excepted) at 5.15 p m 1 Mittagong 7.58, Bowral S.C, arriving at Moss Vale 8.18, leaves at 8.43, arrives at Goulburn at 10 5 nud Albury 5.50 a 111. ' g A passenger train leaves Sydney daily (Sundays f excepted) at 9.30 a 111, Mittagong 12.36 Dm 3 Bowral 12.45, Moss Vole 1.25, Goulburn 3.5. ' I A tourist train leaves Sydney every Saturday at I 7.55 a m, Picton 9.55, Mittngoni; 11.5. Bowrnt « ioi2' Mos3 VnielI-35- arriving at Goulburn at ! 2.20 p m. j A second tourist train leaves Sydnev everv ! Saturday at 2.28 p m, Mittagong 5.36, Bowral 5 4...
Bankruptcy Court. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 24, (Before Mr. J. R. Scroggio, J.P., Registrar). [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 26 November 1892
JBiiiikruptcy Court. Thursday, November 24, (Beforo Mr. J, R, Scroggio, J.P., Registrar), ' liuarn I'lgott was sworn and examined, Thero were five creditors who proved amounting to £120° 10s 7d, one, John Piggott, being for £1100 us. D»' fondant amended his schedule by adding two debts owed to liim at Bowral amounting to £1«J, Ho had not Jbecu bankrupt befoie. Was a livery utablo keeper. Had kept boons, which ho had ImmTn.l over to tho official assignee. Bad debts and no trade wero the cause of bankruptcy. Examination do clarcd concluded. W. Gardiner and Henry Braden. were sworn nnd Tl!(;''0, w'?3 oub Provei1 creditor for £10 OslOd. I hey added a horse valuo 10s to their assets. Had never been bankrupt boforo; weCo faimora ; kept no books j bad times, loss of cattle, and sick' noaa woro oauao qf their bankruptoy. Tho bank rupts were allowed their furniture,' i
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 26 November 1892
? ' , ? V. V * ? - WEST CAMDEN ADVOCATE, AND Berrima District Press (ESTABLISHED 1874)7 tb tho OLDEST, LAJRGESr, and MOST WIDELY CIBCtTLATIlSiG NEWSPAPER // between Sydney and Goulburn. / ^ ' ' SlTBSCBPTpN -. PER ANNUM (in advance) A. ? , 4 ?? 0 ? PER HALF YEAR (in a/once) j .. , 5 0 PER OUABTER (in admnce) .. /? ?? .. 2 6 PER QUARTER (credit) ? ? ? 0 - PUBLISHED Every TUESDA and FRIDAY Morning. Advertising Rat Reasonable. Ia the Representative Paper o£ a Large II and offers Spooial Advantages to Advertisers which no other local p; n give, circulatincr as it -^0. extensively among the leading n , and in every farmer and ? Beleotor's home in at least T ' TOWNS and Tillages throughout the nding District, the population h is about 4- : ... THE SCRUTINEER IS AN INDEPBNljPEB, ^ EE PROM ANY CLlftlJE ()& p^xy; i HI i ?Jobbing irtment. ?NEW TYPE is being added to B Department in .order that tho paper may keep abreast of the times .and; ^car0a«i attention will be giveij to EXECUTE. A...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 26 November 1892
Scnttiitm4. .... j TEEMS. ,? Ir s ' Subscription 2/6 per quarter prepaid; ?-/?' booked ; charged only from the time of commencing. ADVEKTlsnMENTS — ol lens than one inch, 1/- '' the firot two lines nnd 3d. per lino after , every subsequent inch. ^ '1DcrAdvcrti6ement3 o or standing advertisemcn ? ,f fay posti muBt births, mairiagcs, and ilca , person bo antlient cated by ttio B.Rn^^ o ^ known at the office. . to G p.m. on Advertisements will mimbei' 0f insertions day of publication. The num aclvorti?c. should ho Si countermanded. . ments will be continucu lt ;n„ or changing Orders for w.tluU.v mg aU nng^^no . advertisements must be sent in »y Mondays and Thura al 3- .gcriptions, rulvcrtid E» M' ffiMftifflj oegs A TTOTIONSBBi Jl5 D-a WIL^^OW and kobertson jntocthe TS Prepare to conduct Sales u- any part of 1 ,yfa. J theDUtriet. their su, ? — ? — „ „ First- JOHN ti. & -L»- c : Auctioneers and Property Agents, Evcry Valuators, &c., ? THE HART, BOWB.AI- (Qjg X-. CLlPPOBD=...
Things Worth Knowing. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 26 November 1892
Uliinns Worth Knowing- ? A homo-mado camera abseura is fash ioned by simply darkening a room mid permitting 110 light to enter, except through a small liolo in the i-hutu r 01 blind. Into this fit a double oonvtx glass, and tho images of exti rnal objects in ihoir nativo colors will boBi-en 011 the wnll, or on a wmto screen puicca to re ceivo tho light from tho opening. But the picture is most distinctly soon when tliu imago is formed on tho back of a sil verized mirror. To cloan wliito marble, tako half a pound of pearlash, one pound of white ning, and one-half pound of soft soap. Boil all together until quite thick, and put them on the marble when nearly cold. Allow it to remain on for twenty-four ; hours, then wash off with soft water, and aftorward polish with linon cloths. A handy and neat way to solder is to cut out a piece of tin-foil the size of the surface to bo solderod, then dip a feather in a solution of sul ammoniac nnd wot over tho Burfnces of tho meiais to be joinod t...
FIFTY LASHES. A Maori War Incident. IN POUR CHAPTERS. CHAPTER III.—(CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 26 November 1892
FIFTY MSHES. A Maori War Incident. IN FOUR CHAPTERS. ' ? ' By Atiia Wr.snuutv. CHAPTER HI.— rCoNTiNur.i*.) In our la&t number Uol- Cubits had do* tided that th re «'.*w HiiMCthui:; wrong going on, and tint ho wouul nou Major BartofT. And away marcm-d I-ob, nccotr.paniod by Sanity, to the oummaniler a tent. Hie votoran wan m no humor to lintun to anv bndv. Tho co irt had docreud. and punishment mint. follow. Tncrefo?-?, Cable nnd the Mmn were nont to tho right-about in double quick tnno. u A protly utory, indeed, to como hero nnd toll mo that the pn.noncr was aid' d aud abetted bjT tho o rgcant of tho guard,' cricd the old oOiocr «a h** dr fjhh1 for parade. ' E'jad, tJu'at* fuHo'.vo would awoar a pricct out of hia rob ?. if lici'd bo. It won't do, though ; it discipline liu not maintained tin: ourvico will go to tho devil. Buglor, sound ihu nssumoly.' ' TI10 sun was just beginning to dip be hind tho lofty pea]; of Egunmr, as tho mon formed up 011 parado to witness tho punishm...
Robertson. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 26 November 1892
Robertson. (From Our. Correspondent.') ' _ Progress Association.— The fortnightly meet ing waa hold in the School of Arta on Tuesday evening. Presont— J. T. Hayter (president). -W: White, 1!. G. Forguson, C. Stulibings, S.- J. McBaron,' J, T. Stone, end W. R. Hindmarsh (secretary). A letter waa read from tho Public Works Department rc grant for road from Robert son to Belmoro Falla, and stated that £finn Wl been voted for conaideratiori in oonneetion with tho ostimatea for noxt year Tho president stated that he had been in convorsatiOi with Mr. McCourt, He also consinercd it wa3 ndvicnble to hold a public meeting, which it waa decidcd ohould take place at Robertson to discuss tho prcnosed division of tho Camden electorate, and th^'lvisability of forming the district into a municipality. At a meeting of the park-trustees on Monday the tender of Mr. 3. A11103 was accepted for clear ing rubbish, &c., off the Park, Plans aud specifications for tho new po3t offioe at Robertson ar...
Moss Vale Flower Show. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 26 November 1892
I Moss Vule Flower Show. « L As already rcportod, tho first flower-show held!* .in Moss Vale, took placo last wosk in aid of tho Sohool of -Art3 Building Fund. As previously Bthtcd tlio show was, thanks to tho splendid manner in which all tho committee worked, an immenao^ success. _ The gross takings woro £30, from which deducting expenses remains over about £20 for the School of Art:i no the result of tho ono day's show. The President. Mr. N. H. Throsby, jnessra. x. o, xonuer, i'-. I:-, icow, J. I'arlio, J. 'ilea, J. R. Scaoggio, H. C. lloae, J. Boucficld, D. Clifford, S. W. Hodge, and W. Wiles, all deserve hearty thanks for tho oxertions put forth and tho per formance of the ono hundred and one duties which each one readily fulfilled. It was well seen in tho morning that tho work of preparation wa3 still far from carried out and each one was keen euougii to know that their work was cut out if tho linll was to bo ready for opening in tho afternoon. However it wob got through admira...
The Great Volcanic Eruption In Japan. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 26 November 1892
The Great Volcdmo .Eruption lib Japan. A correspondent gives the following de scription of tho eruption of Bandai-aau. Ho nayc; ?- Tha rumbling and trcmbhug of tho earth ? havo now otoppsd, but the mountain still : belches forth smoko, and there aro evidences that ruighty subterranean forces aro still afi . work. Tho place --hera-tho; disaster oa ouriod'h.10 bsen and 13 'greatly changing, mountains having risen where thero were nono before, and largo lakes appearing where thero wero only ricu fmldn. Thin boing bo, it io with tho greatest difiiculty that guidea oan be procured, as nono can tdl whero 0 road now leads aud how far it is pappablo. Land marks aro obliterated, and villagoa whichV about a. week ago nestled among the rich and plentiful vegetation of tho mountain-aide are . ' now beneath 20 feet of cBb and emdere. Tha wounded aro receiving treatment in tho sbhool-houso at Inawashiro, hub their con dition ia terrible. 8oma have fractured okulla and broken limba, while othera a...
Hot Water Cures. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 26 November 1892
- Uot Watc.v Cures, Thoro aro but few oaaeo of illneon where Water ohould not occupy tho highcat placo ae a romcdial agent. A otrip of flannel or a napkin wrung out of hot water and applied round tho neck of a child that haa croup will UBually bring relief in ton minatoo, A towel folded ooveral timoa and quickly wrung out oiiiot water and applied over tho coat of tho pain in toothaoho or neuralgia will gona rally afford prompt roliof. Thia treatment in colio-worko liko magio. Wo havo known caeca that havo rooiated other. treatment for houro, yield to thia in ten minutoc, There io nothing that will co promptly out ohorfc 1 congestion of tho lungo, coro throat or rheumationa ao hot water whon appliod promptly and thoroughly. Pieoou of ootton ; batting dipped in hot water, and kept applied to ooroa and now cuta, bruises and oprainD, ia tho treatmont adopted in many hoopitala. Sprained nnklohao beon cured in an hour by ohowerinR it with hot water, poured from a height o! & few f...
Barkis Was Willin. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 26 November 1892
HarUis Was J VUUn\ 11 Young man,' ho bo^an, aa ho caught him '? ;r at tho hall door, you aro ooming hoio qui$9 . ofton of lato.' . 'Yes, air.' ' Which ono ia it ?' 11 Maud, sir.' * 'BIaud,eh I H\«li, Maud ia a cood oirffmrt- : a groat favorito. I have no objections, sir. ? - v I -used to go to school : with- your lather, and ? ? ; I know all about you,n '?Thanks. V - ' Just mnko yourself at homo, sit* Do ? l you happen to havo a fivo-pound note ifi your : :—'-' veetpookot? I'll hand it bnolt ttcsfc weelr.- ? ? ??''?? Yce, Maud ia a nico pirl, and if I should — ^ forgot thia loan just sneak about it; will — you?''
Hygiene. Poison in the Breath. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 26 November 1892
'fl^Qiene. JFoioon in the J5reath$ iho poioonoDD nataro of Sho flir ciholcd from tho lungfjhno been proved by Dr. Brown Sequard. Hie diucovory ia, firat, that tho air exhaled nearly alwayo contains nmmonia; ccoondly, thia aircontaino, in vory miauto quantitico, orgonic matter V7hiob, if not al* ready putrefiod on loaving tho bronchopul monary paoOQ&CD. ban rrrnnf: tnnrlnncv to rapid alteration, oven at a low tcmperatnro j thirdly^oonfined airoharged uith pulmonary czhalationn inestrcmelynoxioua, Hoinjeoted n quantity of liquid. produced by oondonoa fcion of exholcd air of a dog, into tho oarotid artery of a otrong, healthy rabbit j thia wao followed by arreat of heart nnd lung aotion Cud tha animal died within a minute. It io bolioved that exhaled air containo minnto quantitieB of poiaonouo partioleo of very cncr GOtio action when concentratcd.
Some Other Business. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 26 November 1892
Bome Other liutuness, - 1 ^ ' And how's business m Sydney?'*' asked of a gentleman standing next to him k in tho crowd in tho lower corridor of 'tho ? - City Hall. ? V 41 1 can't complain.'' Must be good, then ??' . ? ' I havo all I can do-'* 1 , u In for yourself.' u Yea.' ? I : ' 'That's nico# Mercantile or manafaotat-1 ing?' ? j 'Neither ono. -Police Court judge*' * ' ' Shucks 1' growled tho atrangcr as ha .v \ backod off. ' Maybo you aro laving for me, r * but.you'll get loft. I haven't got enough to got half tight on,' ' ....' La.wyer«(to wifo on \vjtnes3-etand, who. U«A tx 1.- ? ? ; X beforo your marriage that thy man you loved had contractu! tho liquor habit ?' a- -Neglected Wife: lea, I knew ho hod .contracted tho hobit,- and.fif sjt had only st'ayed contracted^ I ohould not havo com- - ' plained ; but aftor marriago the habit tx* ? ' l--\ndcd torrribly.' . . . ? 'Hallo !'* ejaoulatcd an anxious guardian ? to-hio lovely niece, an ho ontered the sHtinq. ' room and oaw her in ...