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Local Information. POSTAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 3 June 1892

ILocnl flmffoiijiiniatioini. POSTAL, Moss Vale.— Mails arrivo from Sydnoy and intermediate stations daily (Sundiyo excepted) at 12-50 am ond 2 p in ; Berrima at noon and 9.30 p m . Sutton Forest at 9 p m ; Novra ond Shoal haven districts at 1.15 am; Eobortson and Burrawang daily (Saturdays oxcopted) at - am; Goulburn and South daily (Sunday^ excepted) nt 2.50 r. m. Mans cioso rot intermcdiato stations daily (Saturday excepted) at 9.30 p m, also by express at 0 am (Sundays and Mondays excepted) ; Goulburn and South at 9 30 pm and lam; Nowra, Shoalhavcn, Burra wang; and Robertson at .1.30 p m ; Bernma and Sutton Forest at 9.30 p m and 1.30 p m ; Moryla Wednesday and Saturday at 2.30 p.m. letter racoiver at railway station clearad daily at 1..30 am; tho two others at 9.15 p m daily, Tho post offiso opens from 9am till 6 p m, and tlio telegraph office from 9 a m till 8pm Post office opens on opens on Sundays from 9 till 10 a m for delivery of letters only. Letter carrier leaves offico d...

Publication Title: Scrutineer, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE S.C. & W.C. CO-OPERATIVE COMPANY'S PRICE LIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 3 June 1892

THE S.C.&W.C. CO OPERATIVE COMPANV S PRICE LIST. Sydnov, May 2«h, * o. d. - ^ =? d Butter (factory), per lb ... 0 1 2 to 0 1 3 V ls| | quality Ida, ry) ... 0 10 Oi l Bacon, 'hand'eured ' ... 0 0 7 0 '0 74 T)o. machine cured ... O 0 6 O O J Hams, hand curcd ... 0 0 0 Bo. machine cured J q 0 C Cheese, 1st quality -225 O n 0 Do. 2nd and inferior -004 0 0 5 Honey pcrlb. ... .... «? j y „ Pigs, each ... ... — go o 0 0 0 en1,'08 ? o 0 14 0 0 21 S&C5* = ~ S ! : «» 8j Do!r2nd '!. ? '? 2 2 ,0 ' I 0 h I is 81 g Barley (Eng.), per bush.... ° g ° o 3 B v. „ 0 0 ; o ! 3 ®r«n-(' ? ? *0 2 8 0 2 11 Oats (seed) ? — ' „ _ 0 2 8, Do. (feed)... ... - H I I' Onions, pertou .- ?» *. » „ 6 .„ 0 Hay, oaten... ... - 0 0 0 Do. lucorno ... ??? J ' . 4 0 0 Potatoes ... . ... - 2 6 0 J » ® Fowls, per pair ... — 0 10 Ducks,- per pair ... ... 0 2 6 0 3 0 Geese, per pair .,. ?' 2 J 2 n o 0 Torkoys, per pair... —9,2 2 ? -2 Eggs, per dozen ... — 0 17 v i v Buttor ; Soiling freely at quotations. Bacon...

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Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 3 June 1892

Local and General News. SHEEP — Two hundred sheep were trucked on Saturday night from Mr. Badgery's to Messrs Pitt, Son and Badgery. Homebush. Berrima Public School. — The public school has been inspected by Mr. Johnson, District In- spector. The report shows that every division in the school has been thoroughly and successfully taught, and reflects great credit upon the master,   A Treat. — In another column our readers will see that Miss Jessie Ackerman ia announced to give a lecture in the Oddfellows' Hall on Monday next, under the auspices of tho Women's Christian Temperance Union. A friend of ours once re marked to us, ' I could sit all night and listen to that lecturcss.' Berrawang Public Park. — The Under Secre- tary for Trade and Finnnce has apprised the Burrawung Park Trustees that the sum of £2o has been paid to their credit for improvements to the park. The trustees are Messrs. W. Barrett, W.   M. Moses, I. Altcm, W. Vance, J. T. Hayter, and T. S...

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A Lady Canvasser. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 7 June 1892

A Lady Canvasser. The latest dodge in advertising, or rather in canvassing for advortisoments, of course, comes from Amorica. Canvassing in the States haB long been reduced to a science, and several manuals have beon published on tho ort of procurinK orders. Tho lndv canvasser, ovou as an amrttour in the art, proved so successful that sho was soon de veloped into a professional. To tho curpriso of hor instructors, however, it was that when sho became known as n trained canvnssor, her success was diminiohod. To remody this, the lady canvassor ia now oarofully troiued to assume tho characteristics of ono or other of the popular professions. A lady recently procured anumberof adver isements by representing horsolf to ho tho v7ifo of a wealthy newspaper proprietor. A dross would be ordered at a fashionable houso, and in fho hopo of retaining a valuable customer the shopkeeper would givo a good advortiso ment order. By far tho moot successful character assumed, hovrevor, was that of a sm...

Publication Title: Scrutineer, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Rifle Shooting. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 7 June 1892

IlSifilc S2ioot5ug. The Burrawaug Rifle Reserves held their fifth monthly competition for the N.S.W. Rifle Associa* tion medal on their range on Saturday last, in addition to which l$d per point was given for tho j scores mado. So.no very good shooting was done, | considering the unfavorable stato of the weather. Mr. W. H. Rudgo heads the list so far with a total of 262 for his five shootings. Tho following is tho result of Saturday's shooting : — 500 600 m, yds yds S. Hayter ... . ... 28 27-55 H. Rudge ? 32 23— 55 i . T: Elliott ... ... ; 29 24-53 -'A; 'Songo .. ... 29 22 — 51 H. Bunt ? 30 18-48 ? J. Curtis ... ... 32 H— 40 J. Miller ? 15 25—40 j Capt. Allen ... 32 18—40 H. Maekio ,.. 25 15—40 * 'R. Elliott ... 17 15-32 J, Elliott ? 18 14—32 T. Walmsley ... 19 3—22

Publication Title: Scrutineer, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A LOVE LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 7 June 1892

- - ' ? A LOVE LETTER. „ A letter, lovo, a letter, lovo, I aond to you a lettor, And evory lino's a link, my love» And every word's a fettor To bind your heart, by lovo's own art, To ono who loves you bottor Than all tho world. Although between , . Your city and his prairie * ' A thousand miles ao intervene, Fair Faucy proves a fairy, 1 To bring your face, your tondor graoo Your truth that cannob vary. A lettor, love, a letter, love, I meant to write a lottor, And every lino a link should bo, And overy word a fetter, . r /'-To bind your heart, by lovo's own art, To ono who loves you bettor Than all tho world. But still I pause With precious moments palter, And fear to tell you all becauso -I fear to fail, and falter Like ono who lays, with humble gaze» His tributo on nti altar. - So tako the fow poor words I send, - And road tho lines between, dear, And liko a lenient lady lend Ycur lovo to mako thom mean, dear, All lips would speak to brow and cheek, Could heart behold its queon, d...

Publication Title: Scrutineer, The
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Selected Poetry. NO TIME LIKE THE OLD TIME. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 7 June 1892

1 - Selcctcd Poetry. NO TIME LIKE THE OLD TIME. Thoro is no timo like tho old time, when you nnd I v. wero young, -Vlien tho budo of April blossomed and tho birds of ' Bprmqtimo sung ! Tho garden's brightest glories by summer suns nro cursed, But, oh, thofjwcot, sweet violclo, the flowers that opened first. Thoro is no place like the old place, where you and . I woro born, Whcro wo lifted first our eyelids on tho splendours of tho morn, From tho nulk-whito breast that warmed us, from tho olincing anu3 that bote, Whero tho de.ir eyes glistened o'er ti3,f that will look on us no more 1 Thoro is no friend liko the old friend, who ha3 shared our morning days, No greoting I1U0 his welcome, no homago liko his praise : Famo is tho scentless sunflower, with gaudy crown I of gold; But friendship is the breathing rose, with swcot3 in every fold. Thcro is no love like the old love, that we courted in our prule, Though our leaves aro falling, falling, and wo'rc fading side by side. Thoro are bl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 7 June 1892

'. .'WHY REEflABM ©EAF Deafness, Head Noises, Discharges, &c., NoiiATTi:a : or MOW LONG STANDING, completely and permanently . cured by the new and entirely successful Electro Medication Treatmer**. Sclh-aj-I'Miji) and Painless. «ux*rwnB not at all necessary. Advice and KSl'vi.f' M n'0'' 145 Collin? r Dtreet East, Melbourne. Magnificent teMimonials. K.B.—professor Han-ey's Electric Head Batti «? i . ' . ' fatbeonly one patented throughout the World. I Kactohy Hutteu Mauket -Tho Pro-!uoo . ''' '* 1 'innnnn dtizono, tl- UJBpOtio ot i'uuuiy ana L/auj ju . , .Sydney, thd noarest and best market, ? JEUwkek akd Vahcjs, 95 Suesos Mceot,

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CATHOLIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 7 June 1892

CATHOLIC. ? Mobs Vale8 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. : Burrawanc 11. — J. Walsh.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 7 June 1892

nam1 A.M., M.D., C.M., F.R.C.S. Ei-., M.R.C.S. Eng., Houso, DR. PATERSON has been engaged for over 20 ycaro in tlio study and practiceof Chronic, DJervoua and Special Diseases Of mcu and women in the leading mcdical schools and hospitals of Great Britain, Paris, Berlin, and. Vienna, and in privato proctice. Formerly House Surccon to the Edinburgh Rnvnl Infirm*™ \Tnfor„. ity and Loci: Hospitals, No medical man advertis ing in theao colonies has mcdical degrees ?which can bo compared with hia. Such eminent qualifications, together with his recognised straight orward treatment, has naturally gained for Iwn tho reputation of being the ONLY LEGALLY QUALI FIED DOCTOR advertising in theso colonics who combines with Guacinl ICnowledgo Honeat Treatment, as may easily bo ascertained by applying to anv LEADING PAPER in tho COLONY. No diseases cause so much misery and distress as thoso included in my speciality. ALL MEN, YOUNG AND OLD MEN, 1 Suffering from the results of early follies or excess...

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PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 7 June 1892

-'i-TCSHS-rSRIAW. . but K-anrfjiloou 11 ; 1 -urrawang 3 ; Moas Vale 7. —Mr. Neil L iviogstone. WESLEYAN. Dot rewived.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 7 June 1892

Public Notice. — Mr, Sibert, photographer, thanks tho public for their kind patronage, and ? regrets to inform them that bis studio will close in a few weeks owing to tho cold weather and bio health failing, and in order to work up all his stock and materials on hand has greatly rcduccd the prices. Cabinet size — 15s per dozen, 93 por 1 half-dozen ; C.I). V, sizo — 10s Gd per dozen, 63 Od per half-dozen. Ho tiioso requiring first-class photographs will do well to I030 no timo. -Mis3 this chanco and you may nover, novcr, novcr gei another I ! 1 Largo stock of picturo frames and mouldings chesp. Sibcrt'3 Photo Studio, Bowral, will po3itivoly closo in a fow weeks. Certainly tho best mcdicino known is SANDER and SONS' EUCALYPTI EXTRACT. Test its ominently powerful effects in coughs, colds, in fluenza ; the relief is instantenou3. In serious oases and accidents of all kinds, bo thoy wounds burns, nealdings, bruises, sprains it is tho safest romedy — no swelling — 110 inflammation. Lato s...

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Female Suffrage. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 7 June 1892

Feciialo OEfiVan©. Mr. Gladstone lms given his reasons for objecting to the extension of the Parlia mentary suffrage to women. He objects on various grounds to tho admission of females to enjoy tho Parliamentary franchise. But if we could only get at 'the true truth' as Frenchmen call it, wo should find that ' tho Grand Old Man' is afraid that tlio ladies may bring the essential conservatism of their sex in other matters to bear upon politics. ' How strange it is that Mr. Gladstone of all ( men — tho head of that political party which i claims that it, and it alone, recognise tho ' political rights of all classes of the community, ' should object to this just and righteous , reform. Parliament ha3 ever been slow to recognise the rights of women to social and moral equality, and yet this recent essay of ] Mr. Gladstone is intended to debar her from the exorcise of a privilege he has ' conceded is right to every other class. It is clear enough, even without Mr. Glad- i stone's pamphle...

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A Funny Game. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 7 June 1892

A Funny ©stone. A fow friends met tho other nip, lit in a Newtown storo to spend a joyi.il evening, but no they were all tcototallors and none ol them drank anything stronger than Clements Tonic, drunkenness waa out of tho question. ^ Mac propo:jd a gamo at cuchre^ find Jones 3aid thoy iiad bettor play for something juot to give the gamo an interest and mako it livoly, but times v/erc hard, so they did not enro to play for money. Smith, howofer, spied a linx rif Wpfnlior'n -,,,.1 l:.. ' „:ii„ ? po3ed that eaeli time a man was beaten ho should tako a pill, and this made tho game lively and tho fun was fast and furiouo. Simpson swallowed fivo, Jones got away with four and Smith and Hopkins two each and Mac got off scot free. Tho gamo torminated by a general exodus at 3 n.m., for Dr. Fletcher's pills novcr labour in vain. They arc tho best and mildest pills mado and aro sold by all cliomists and druggists cverywhero ; being a posi tive, safo and roliaulo euro for constipation, liver co...

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Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 7 June 1892

LocrJ ami (Keiiera! Slews Explanation. — In the Small Debts Caso Mr. i Mahon v. H R Taylor plaintiff stated that Mr. Samuel offered liim £1 for tho order for £7 10a 6d which Mr. Howitt gave him. Mr, Samuel de3ire3 us to make it known that this was only an amount ho was Wlllinrr frt nrltrtvi/** /sf + f..H I amount. Women's Christian Temperance Union.— A meeting wao held on Wedneaday afternoon, in tho Church of England Schoolroom, Mittagong, for tho purpose ofcatabliahing a branch of tho W.T.C. U., and there wao a good attendance. Already there aro 31 momfacro enrolled. Tho following officers were clected : — President, Mrs. Goudie ; treasurer, Mra Prott ; recording cecrctary, Mica E, Vilea; corresponding cecrotary, Mica E. Webb; cupcrintcndent of literature, Mra. Williams ; cuporintendcnfc of press, Mina Whits ; committee of mothcr'o mentiuga, Mrs^Middlcton, Mro. Bricheno, Mro. Drabble, aud Mra, Leo. - Service of Song.— Attention is directed to the announcement in another column of a...

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Ministering Children's League. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 7 June 1892

EniinisteriiiK '(DMlnlfcm's dengue. During the summer season of 1891-92 the Bong Bong Branch brought iuto the cou itry 45 persons, of whom 25 wero children and 20 adults. The expenso of maintaining these 45 persons was £84 133, distributed thus : — Mrs. Allen, £18 18s 6d ; Mrs £13 4s; Mrs. T. Cunningham, £9 12s; Mrs. F. Cunning ham, £7 16s; Mrs. Olatworlhy, £22 12s 6d ; Mrs. Dunn, 12s; Mrs. Smith, £7 6s; Mrs. Baxter, £4 12s. Total, £84 13s._ Tho genoral expenses of the Branch during the season now closed for advertising, stamps, telegrams, cards and incidentals are £4 5s id, malang the total expense of the season £88 18s. The total moneys come to nana ior tho purposes of tlio branoli amount to £91 16m 6d, and thus there remains in tho hands of the secretary a sum of £2 18s 5d to carry forward for tho operations of next season. Tho sum of £91 16s 6d was derived from tho following sources: — Curried forward from previous year, £28 lls7d ; sale of work in December, £25 2s 2d ; ball che...

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Berrima district Court. THURSDAY, JUNE 2, 1892. (Before Him Honor Judge Murray). CA SA. Moore and Co, V. W. Clout. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 7 June 1892

Berriina ©{strict Court Thursday, June 2, 1892. (Boforo Hia Honor Judge Murray). CA SA. MooronndCo. v. W. Clout. Claim for £28 10a. Defendant said ho could pay £2 per month, and his Honor ordered oamo and assessed coats at 30a, Same v. T. Cunningham. Claim for £0 odd. Defendant offered to pay £1 a month, and order mado accordingly. Coats to bo 10s Od. Kftmn v. R. Flcston. Mr. Oxlcy appeared for plaintiff, ao also in pre vious cases. Thi3 was an action to recover amount of a dis honored pro. noto with interest at 8 per ccnt. Defendant, who conductcd hia own case, disputed giving the pro. note, but averred it had been paid. It wao duo. he caid, on Juno 4, 1883. Asked how ho paid it off. he replied: 'By giving another p.n. for £10 odd. Tho two amounts were made into one bill, for which a verdict had been obtained against him. Ho was sued long after the dato of tho second p.n , and believed it was included. The amount in question was an amount owed Moore by one of Fleeton'o men named Ch...

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Moss Vale Rifle Reserves. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 7 June 1892

Moss Vale DSiffio DSeseives. The regular monthly shooting in connec tion with this corps took piece on Browloy range on Wednesday and Satur day last. Some very good scores were put on, H. Richardson heading tho list with 66, including 8 points handicap. J. Wotton won the Garretc trophy with 122 points for two shootings, and H. Lambert the Associa tion medal, with 240 points for four shootings. The following are the individual scores: — Name. ^ ^Hp T1 Aint 3 d H. Richardson ... ... 31 27 8—68 12 6 D. Clifford ... 26 21 18-85 7 6 H. Lambert ? 33 29 0-62 20 0 J. Wotton ? 22 28 12-62 12 6 H.G.Bailey ... ? ... 31 25 5-61 10 0 W. Jones ... ... 23 27 10—60 5 0 F. Bray ? ... 30 20 10-60 5 0 J. L. Varlow ? 27 22 10-59 5 0 H.Jervis ? 25 28 5-56 W.Wallace ... ... 18 17 '21-56 B. Taylor ? 19 28 5—52 F. Wotton ? 28 20 2—50 G. Gissing ... ... 26 19 0 — 45

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Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 7 June 1892

MiwccJlaneous, la Hoyl.ind rouontly I hoard a spocimon of broad Yorksiro, ivhioli, foi' [lmeado^jf iho peace of mind ol raj- roadors, it iu to bo hopod . is unique in its way. A collier nijcostod ,'a frioil in ~tbo olroot, nnd nslsod him-, tl^o . singular question, ' Wlior' tor bnhn tomom to naot ?' Sinoo I Iioni'il thos words I hnyo not been tho aaino rami, ivlnrk Tvniu a.: . ?ruiicil, uruiiiora, puiiuu wim u.nu .. Punch m the [ii'CEeuco of tho p.iciiOiijiUO, which Imuntou him until Jio bounmo nearly ,: i insane, is bnt child's play, no comparod with. . tho droll -lis3onanco of tho Hoyland collior. 3 English (!) About 2000 hoiiso.1 lwvo beoi- bin ne 1 -a the cily of Srinagnr, tlio capital o£ Ca'ihmorP, and about 80,000 pooplo havo boon 1 ondo.ro J liomrdesa. Iif .tlio anmo city thoro have beon ' aliout 2500 deaths from cholera: Sir .Tohu Bray, Agont-Conoral for South v Australia^ will bo unablo to roprosoul tho Adelaide Chambov of Manufactures at tho Congress of Chambors of coiumit...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 7 June 1892

^he . TEEMS: SnusORiFHON 2/6 por quartor prepaid; 8/- il bookort ; charged only from tho time of commencing. Quarters end March 31, Jtmo 30, September 30, Beceraber 31 , at whiob periodo only can onbaoribor- decline by giving a ivecVfl notice in writing direct to the office — not through a local collector — and paying to tho then running quarter. Advertisements — ot less than one inch, 1/- lor the first two lines nnd 3d. per lino after ; longer advertisements, 3/- for tho first inch and 1/6 for evory subsequent inch. A liberal reduction mado for standing advertisements. Advertisements o births, matriages, and deaths, if sent by poBt, must be authenticated by tho signature of some person known at tho office, or they will not be inserted. Advertisements will be received up to 6 p.m. on day of publication. Tho number* ot insertions should bo written on tho face, or tho advertise ments will be continued till countermanded. Orders for withdrawing, altering, or changing advertisements niU...

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