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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 26 November 1892
' .Special! Ae3von-fi!oc«MOBBits If h. iiMliilT' ? MOSS VILE, ffpholotoror, EVenoh ? .'?olinlior, Picluro I*rr;nci\ C: c.: ? j A LARGE Stock of rurnituro, Bcdntcnda and I Bedding, Carpotn, Matting, Linoleum, Door 1 Vats, &oM always on hand. Spring Roller nnd Venetian Blind;), nir.de and fitted or repaired. G0M1ERGI/U GAMCT CO M P A N Y. Established 1831. Iucnrpor-itcd 1819 Hoad Ofiico : : CYjDIIEY. CAPITAL ? /?tiU(),000 itESE EVE FUIJD ? £030.000 Total ? £1,430! 000 OT Brandies throughout Nov.* South Wale* and QttMnilamt. Agencca throughout the world All osual Bauking Business transactcd MOSS VALE BRAUCE, E. I5VERARD ROW, ? Manager. W, H, PALIM k 00., 3EaIEE.r!E^j?II]ES. . Established 18s?. IscoiwonAsnD 1833. Sole Agents for PIANOS by Stemwny and Sons, Jnlius Fourioli, Uebel and Lechlciter, Carl Ecko, Tho Victor, Tlio Boiling ; and for the \7orld-rcnowncd ESTI1Y ORGANS nnd Boonoy'n Brass Band . ' Instruments. Universal Providorsof PIANOFORTES. ORGANS. MUSIC, nnd MUSICAL INST...
Saccharino. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 26 November 1892
Saccharino. Thio oubstifneo, whioh, an known, la throo hundred times oweotor than fliigr.r,. io beginning to bo lolt by tho boot sugar manu footurero aa a vory dangerous enemy. ? It io stated that in Germany, already, no muoh saccharino haa boon mado no to render 5,000 tono of boot sugar superfluous. . It ia principally omployed in tho preparation ol fruita and tho production of owcot liquors, It is not a food stuff. Indeed, it bao been oondomnod by ominent medieol authorities as directly prejudicial to health. Tho ougar manufacturers r.ro of tho opinion that saoohaiino ohould only bo cold by ohemioto. I'ranco, Italy, and Portugal aro alrondy contemplating imposing a tax upon it. Tub potato crop in England is a failure, too, but thcio'o lota a! muipbios ovor iq Ireland.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 26 November 1892
Poblio Notice. — Mr. Sibert, photographer, in thanking tho public for their kind patrouago, begs to nnnounco that as ho ha3 weathered the winter, ho has determined tp remain, and his travel ling photo waggons are now traversing tlio diffcront districts, and will visit eyery homestead, farm, etc., in rotation. Await hio arrival. Photos at greatly rcduced prices. Cabinet size — 15s per dozen, 9s per half-dozen; C.D.V. size — 10s Cd per dozen, 6s Cd per half-dozen. All work beautifully enamelled and guaranteed satisfactory. Mr. Si'uort has a largo stock of pioturo frames and mouldingo cheap at his studio, Bowral. — AnvT. ? ' BHOP TO LET, adjoining Scrutineer Offio0 Apply offico of this papor. TO LET in MOSS VALE tlio Building lecently occupied by the Government aa a Post?olBce. Apply for particn era to Mb. I. S. FONDER, XT, S. & A.C. Bank, Mqsa Vale. IMPOUNDED at Moss Valo on 23rd November 1892, by Mr. F. Throsby, from Throsby Park, 1 roan heifer, about 4 years, brand RBE near ...
Farmer. Poultry on the Farm. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 26 November 1892
Jfarmer* Poultry on thc- Farm, It would bo of ooQDiderablo advantage to Parmoro if thoy paid moro attontion to tho baninccM of poultry raining. That it io profit nhlo, if ccDBibly nnd properly -purnucd, haa been demonstrated timo and again. A farmor'n v/ifo enn cnoiiy earn cufliciont monoy for houcohold purponca out of her poultry, and cvou cavo comcthing for a 'rainy dr,v.' Apart from* tho proflt, tho keeping of fino poultry is entered into by many ladiea, r.n adding much to tho interest of country Mo and to tho atiraotivencDa of country homes, and thero ccoma to be no explanation why the fashion should not bo adopted in oul* own rural and ouburban homc3 for tho oamo reason. As a branch of farming that rc quirea go littlo hard work, carriea with it go mueh'enjoyment, and takes up oo littlo npneo about a intra, thoro in really nothing equally , prolitablo that could tako its placo. A (success- ! ful raiaor of poultry gives tho following pointers in tho.Stanrlard Poultry Book : Iu ra...
Marnlan. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 26 November 1892
Enarulfflin. Mr. Licensed Surveyor Isaac has now surveyed the land tho site of tho new showground, and every] ono seemB to be of tho opinion that it could not woll bo improved upon. Thero will bo an excellent scopc of level land for a show ring, and it will not bo a difficult matter to ouitably locato tho pavilion nnd vards for stock. Tenders for work required to bo done were called to bo sent in not later than noon on Saturday last. ? Thc30 wore promptly con. sidered by tho Bub-oommittoe the same evening, when the tenders of the following wore acoepted i — Messrs. Shepherd and Anle^ark for fencing and yards for QtocI:, Mr. J. B. Hughes for clearing, and Mr. A. G. Coombs for tho pavilion. With regard to tho dates for noxt show, Marulan fixed ujou 9th nnd 10th March, and duly advertised samo in the Sydney Mail and Town ami Country Journal, but no sooner had thoy dono so than tho following week both Berrima District (Moss Valo) and Crookwell advertised their shows for tho samo dates. ...
Effect of Soil on Feet. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 26 November 1892
Effect of Soil on Feet, ' j Foala kept with their dams, or aftor wean ing, upon grass grown on low-lying black muck soil?, oan hardly bo espeoted to de velop the best quality of hoof-horn. Lamb.* too long on suoh land grow week in consti tution and too fine in bono, although they frequently lay on fat rapidly. In the.oaso of colts we, want a good eupply of flesh or jast good condition, but the aim ohould bo to develop tiio framo. Bono of best quality io only produced on lands whero thero io imfii oient supply of mineral matter— earthy ' salts — for its production. A chango of pasture from low on to high-lying land where mineral matter and not humuu predominates must bo benefioial. Whero sound, flinty bone can-bo | crown, good feefc; as a rule, follow. If too | fine bono is produced, tho quality or horn hoof is proportionately lessened. If too coaree a bono ia grown by foroing methoda of Jeedmg upon low ground tho bj'zo of ouch bono is mainly dependent upon spongi nees, and tho feet ...
Novelist. The Rajah's Vengeance. A STORY OF INDIA. CHAPTER II.—CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 26 November 1892
'ffiioveUst The Rajah's ¥ engeance. A STORY OF INDIA By FREDERICK M. DEY. CHA.PTEU II.- -Co:;ri.Nui;D. I Had gono out early in tho ovcning to find tho 1 fcody of Aaron Primu lying dead upon tho floor of h» ofllco. Later, if I could bcliovo tho ovidcnco of my own ejes and tho inscription in black and Vrhito, had gono thero again, found both men awaiting mo, sccured their signatures, pacced over to them tho documcnta which mado.tho bargain completo, and returned [satisfied. How waa 1 to rccognico thcco paradoses? Clearly, thero waa but ono way, and that waa to itart oat again immediately, through thrj black ness of tho night and tho fury of tbo tempest that was rogiog bo fiercely, to tho oftico of Aaron Primo. With fos erish hasto I onco moro wrapped mycelf in storm clothcn, and, lantern in hand, atartcd to malto the trip for tho third timo that night. My wholo being wan thrilled with cenoafiono new ? to me— not fear exactly, but dread— and aa I hur Tied along I could not refrain from...
Traveller. Japanese Superstitions. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 26 November 1892
1 ; ~ traveller. ' JTapcinesc fiiiperstitions* | Tha household nupnratitiona of Japan Bra very numerous. They cro harmless ; often', exciting laughter; yet ho cntrcnc^ed aro they in tho household tnr.ii rclrnon, argument, even ridiculo-caii noc destroy thiiii. tfonio of thcca Limcrutitionn havo a iiioir.i or educa tional purpose, inculcating lc'j-ron.'jof bL'ncvo- ' lenco, iicatncsa nnd h^biLu oi cfcunliQczu* A ? loom io nover uwepfi immediately after tho . ' departure of thoiniuato for fear of nv/ecpmg - * out tha lrok. At r. marnapo cercmony ?. neither tho bride nor tno groom \7car0 any clothing of a purple color lest their marriago i ba uoou dissolved, purple being a colo- most hablu to fade. Ii tho cup of mediono 10 tip- . ; ? not by acciucnt during the illnerm of a person . .j it is a euro oign of rceovorv. ' ^Thm looka aa .; if the Jjipabt. 2 hnd fai:h in; our proverb,: ' Throw phytiio to tho dogs.1' There aro' - como curious ideaa an re tard to tho finger - ?.-?r..-; naita Th...
Poetry. BROKEN CIRCLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 26 November 1892
lpoetrp. BROKFN CIRCLE. Bx Ali.i; Andto. - Hethlnka in yon bright world I c:3 ' »? A. cirdo covcrcil hero, ; j In beauty, ctrcn£ih anil dar.nling light, j . It gathers onlltly thero. ' ? ' i Tho ecata mado ready thero await / . Etch loo'-zcd-for cor.ii:^] f^u: ;t, . .JfUSi loving words tbstraiiins oe:i Wolcoio tho tired torc:t. . ffhpy Walt j but not with discontent, Hp* thoro now tearing well, Sha arms their Leader tub them n:^ , . Tfcopowcroof death to quell. '' JThoyuaiSonrloTcil oc:3ohclt:;c3in ' Ota tender Chtphcrd'o fold, CCatbotropliicD nobly won ^ , 'BycoHiera firm and bold. ? ? ??$$ 7hat arc tfco p:;ty wo:a of earth, , M''Totlio:3noT7 catted thero? «Thoy know cach thorn that picrccd them licro Xfaa ahiclding ro::a fair. i Sffcoy czo tho oar) thing needful now, a. And know tho only ccat, r Ihfci mortals hero chould ccck to fill Io ot tho Saviour'o fcot, And now within that circlo bright) Oor llario too haa place. ^Xnrspturous lovo thoy nil unito To sing of ruatchleaa graco. ...
CHURCH NOTICES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 26 November 1892
CHURCH NOTICES. Cmntoii of Enqland. „S;FortEST^lat an-1 3rd Sundays in the month at 3 P.m. ; 2nd and 4th Sundays in the month -i « M ' aniHoly Communion j 5th Sunday at 3 I mZ'th yALE-~1,3t'Ta?d 3rd Sundaya in tho 1 ^ T o'f!'' Tpoly Communion j svery :i , Sunday at 7.30 p.m. Bcjnda.n-oon.— 2nd and 4th I Sundays in the month at 3 p.m. ; 5th Sundays in the month at 11 a.m. and Holy Communion. Exeter ( - Wednesday (on or beforo fall moon) 7 30. I - WLf,mH°M^ ®0ai'3— Thursday (on or 'l o- I Bono JW A P'T'7:,Ecv- A' G- Stoddart; § j ^ (Christ Church) — Divine Servico !?' (St1Thnmnaiyn|?rning.at 11 tt'm' '' Mount Ashby Cblidren firirlr? ?day at 3p'm' ' Address to w / f nday 111 ln°nth; choir praotice 1 Y -LT.tNm-, BEnitiMA. : nnCin tll^noil'SV^ U 5CC0IldandfOTtUl itev. G. Shejppard, B,A. first and third Sunday at 7 'i 91gh Range, second Sunday at 3, ?! Belanglo, fourth Sunday at 3. !' St. Stephen's, MrprAonvn h i i; w. p-m-john i:
Moss Vale Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 26 November 1892
Moss Yale Council. On Monday evening tho ordinary fort nightly meeting was hold in tho Courcil Chambors. Present — Mayor (A. B. Young), Aldermen J. E. Adams, J. Cullen, E. Good ridge, W. Jones, H. C. Rose, D. McGregor. H. Richardson, and H. Taylor. The minutes of previous meeting wero read 'Y mo oouncu *jlerk and conurmed. CORRESPONDENCE.3 _ A telegram from Mr. Grogin withdrawing liis offer to sell quarry to tho council. The Hon. Mr, Kidd wrote stating tlmt he nnd his colleagues would attend to the coun cil's request to got a grant of £300 in order to repair the road leading into tho railway station, The Under-Secretary, Department of Works, replied to council's application of the grant, and also to Hon. J. Kidd's request for samp, and stated the matter would receive attention. Alderman Rose moved and Alderman Jones seconded that the letter be received. —Carried. The council clerk. Tamworth, gave infor mation that his council did not collect any rates on Agricultural Society's showg...
COMING EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 26 November 1892
COLIING EVENTS. Kangaroo Valloy sports —December 17. Bong Bong Flower Service — Sunday, 27th November. Bong Bong and Mount Ashby Bazaar — 30th November and lot December. Bong Bong and Mount Ashby Hospital Sunday. Sermons by tho Primate— 4th December. Wingecarribec Annual Races — December 26th. Moss Vale School of Arts Bazaar — December Protestant AUlinco Sports — New Years Day. Southern Rifle Association second annual prize mooting — January 24, 25, 2G, and 27, 1893, SHOWS. Berrima District Agricultural, Horticultural and Industrial Show — March 9 and 10, 1893. Robertson Agricultural Show — February 28 and March 1, 1893 Marulan Agricultural Show — March 9th and 10th. Goulburn Agricultural Show— March 23 and 24.
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 26 November 1892
Ivll ah&ii&ii a-gj-ie« SMITHERS— CLARICE.— On November 23f 1892, at S. Bartholomew's, Pyrmont, by tho Rev. J : H. Mullens, Alfred Smithers, youngest son of John Smithers, of the Harp Hotel, Tunbridgo Wells. Kent, England,, to Agnes Rose, secoud daughter of C, Clarke, ' Cross Roads, Sutton Forest. mc. ^cnittueev, BEBRIUA- DISTRICT PRESS.' AND ' We-it CDdnnaiUenn (ESTABLISHED 1874-10 Years.) PUBLISHED WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY 'Uttered out of time, or concealed in proper season , good savourcthof evil' SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1892
Electric Car Lamp. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 26 November 1892
Electric Car Lann-. Ono ol tho latest' noveltioa in tho applica tion ol electricity consists of ? an clectria reading lamp, which is being fitted to tho carriagoo on the- main lines of somo foreign ^ailwajo. . It is on tho principle of 'put a. penny in tho slot', automatic machines. Tho apparatus. ia situated im mediately over tho passenger's bead, and under tho rack, and is contained in a small box fivo inches by three. Tho light is of five-candle power, and is obtained by tile in troduction of a ponny atj tho top of tho box,, nnd by a subsequent pressure of a knob, and will last for half an li6nr, extinguishing it solf at tho ond of that timo automatically. Ii tho light bo required for an indefinito period, a ponny .ovory half an hour will suffice. Tho light can be extinguished at any momcnt -by means of a second button provided for .tho purpose. Ono of the Bpeoial features -of the invontion io that, if tho instrument io out of order, the penny io not lost, as .it io in tho proqon...
How a Hat is Made. From the Fur of the Bunny to the Stylish Felt of the Day. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 26 November 1892
How a Hat is Made. From tho Fur of the Bunny- to the Styliol) ? Felt of the Day. Young man, whon you put on your Dorby hat to go to ohuroh, or, perhaps, to go to a ! pionio, does it occur toyoa that a poor little | bunny has died and been dyed that your hat might live? I don't believo it doo3. I. doubt that you over know that your hat wao mado of haro'a fur. I did not know it until tho othor day. Of courso, if you are a progrogsivo sort oi ?a young man, yon believo in evolution of oomo kind, but hero is a ohapter which I think will give you now food for thought. First is tho rabbit, poor little fellow, he ia just on the point of eating hio dinner, it may bo ; but does ho get it 1 - Supposo you were asked whother you would bo made into a hat beforo dinner or aftor, whioh would yo'i chooso ? But ho does not know in hio sweet innocence. Well, let him eat his dinner and enjoy it. Then ho ia killed. Just how docs not matter. Wo won't investigate the slaughter ous part of it ; enough that...
Industrial. Chinese and Indian Teas. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 26 November 1892
3n&ustrlitf. Chinese, and Indian Teas. Tho rtoclmo of Chinese tea in favor io ohietly in Great Britain anil Amerioa, whioh latter country, however, tal;cj Japan tea now in prr/eronco to both Chine.-o and Indian, for Itiisnia, tho next largest consumer io increas ing ita dumandij, although not enfliotently to mako up for tho loss oi tho British marketo. And it ia also otateu tuat tno decline in invor of Chine, tcaa is not duo to any deterioration in tho quality of tho nativo leaf, but onielly to tho carelessness with whioh it is prepared for market. Tho growing favor of Indian teas, on the othor hand, ia onid not to bo duo to nuporior flavor, bnt to oupenor strength and greater oaro in preparation, oo that a pound of it gooa muoh further than a pound of tho Chinese teao. It is worth whilo com paring tho oystem on whioh tho industry is conducted in tho two oompeting countries, oo an to understand how tho groat revolution in tho trado lias been accomplished. In China tea is gro...
Science. Is the Earth in Danger from the Drill? [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 26 November 1892
Science. Is the, Jiarth in Danger from the Drill'' Prof. Joseph F. Jones ansvfora, in n roocnt issuo of tho Popular Science Monthly, tho question, ' Is it cafo to drill tho earth too muoh f' Tho professor issumes tho earth to bo a hollow sphero filled with a gascoua sub stance, called by ua natural gas, and ho thinka that tapping theso reservoira will causo disastrous explosions rosultinfr from the lighted gaa coming in contact with that which is escaping. Ho compares tho earth to a balloon floated aud kopt distended hy tho gaa in tho interior, which, if exhausted will causo tho oruat to collapso, aftect tho motion of tho earth in its orbit, causo it to loso ita place among tho heavenly bodies, and fall in piccea. Another writer thinks that drilling should bo prohibited by stringent laws. Ha, too, thinks thero is n possibility of an explosion, though from another cause. Should such a disaster occur, ' the country along tho goo belt from Toledo, through Ohio, Indiana, and Kentucky wi...