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Flower Garden and Lawn. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 26 November 1892

Flower Garden and Lawn . Do not mow tho lawn too olosoly tt tho end of tho season. A good length of grass will bo of uso aa n muloh. ' Canna8.— The advico to cut away the tops ao soon as tho frost has killed them ib erro neous; unless tho tops are out at tho least .indication of frost, tho rootB aro very difli ftnlt tn Itpp.n. Hyacinths, tulips, and other Holland bulb's, should bo planted aa soon aa they, can bo obtained, ^faroiesao of the polyanthus section ate of uncertain hardiness, and a Qood loyer of litter will mako thom more ouro. Taberosos too lato with thoir bloom may bo potted to finish in tho window or green house. Giudiolua.— Toko up tho bulbs whon tha flowering is over, unleso it is wished to ripon need, whon thoy may bo left later. Moot ol tho lino aorta produoo numoroua bulblota at tho boeo of tho largo bulbs. Savo theso caretully, aud label thom', as thoy como truo to namo, whilo seedlings do not. Cuttings should bo mado of holiotropes, geraniums and othor bedding pl...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Kitchen and Market Garden. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 26 November 1892

Kitchen and Market Garden . Tho market gardener, who haa largo Quantities of roots to preserve, if notJ through, the winter, at least as. far into that season as possible, has an admirable method with trenchee, whioh prtservo the root3, eto„ bnt allows them to be teken out aB thoy. arc wanted; Tho {family gardener, who has not largo quantities to preservo, finds it tbo least troublo to store them in tho ccllur of the dwelling. . Vegetables and fruit, when they havo ceased growing, commence to decay. In the process of deoay thero is givjn ofl moro or less carbonic-acid gas ; a ' deadly poison to animal life, if present in largo quantities ; in small quantities it is in- I jurious, especially to delicate persons. With j theso articles in tho cellar tho danger is al ways present, but only onoofdegreo. Abso lute safety ia only secured by .avoiding tho oauso. It is not diilicnlt to mako a oellar under an outbuilding, or in a bank ; q tronch with-a roof of boards, and tho use of an abunda...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Scientific Clippings. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 26 November 1892

Scientific Clij)i)ings. Medical science has of late made no'moro important discovery than that consumption is not an inherited disease, but may be trans ferred by means ot a germ or microbe from tho Biok to the healthy. The greatest .ascertained dopth of tho ooean ia midway between . tho ielrhd ol Tristan d'Aeunha and the mouth of tho Bio dt la Plata. The bottom wao thero found to be 8} miloo below tho surface. South of the Bermuda Islands a dopth of G} miles has beon found. Fhom a reoent study of tho bones of an thropoid apes, it appears that the gorilla and ohimpanzeo approaoh nearest to man, but in different degress, tho orang-outang holding the third place. But groat differences oxist between tho proportions of tho human framo and those of all tho apes. In nncENT tests on forty persons, ono part, of salioino was tasted in 12,000partsof water; of morphine, ono in 14,000; quinine, ono in 70,000; quasaino, ono in 90,000; piorotoxino, ono in 1117,000; albino, ono in 210,000 ; and ot...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Wonders of the Human Heart. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 26 November 1892

Wonders of the 'Human Heart. This 'workings of tbo human heart have been computed by a celebrated physiologist, and bo has demonstrated that it ia equal to tho lifting of 120 tona in 2-1 hoars. Presum ing that tho blood is thrown out of the heart at each pulsation in the proportion of GO otrokoa per minuto' and at tho assumed forco of nino feet, tho mileage of tho blood through tho body might bo taken at 207 .yarda per minute, seven miles por hour, 1G6 miles per day, Glj320 miles per year, or 5,150,880 miles in a lifetime of 81 years. The numbor of beats of tho hoart in the same long lifo would reach tha enormous total of 2,8G9,77G,000 I

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 26 November 1892

Coffee in Liver and Kidney Diseases. . It .is now more than thirty years sinco Dr. Landarrabilco called- attention in the medical journals to tho great valuo ol green or unroasted coffca in hepatic and. nephritic diseases. Alter having continued to uso tbo romedy for upwards of a third of a century in many hundrod of oases, lie again appeals to tho profession, , through tho Moniteur Je T/ierapcutirjue. to give it a trialin thoso casos of liver and kidney troubles whioh havo resisted all other treatment. His habit is to plaoo twenty-five grammes,' or- about threo drachms, of .the greon berrieo (ho profera a mixture of two parts of Mocha with ono part each of Martinique and Ialo do Bourbon coffee) in a tumbler of cold water, and lot thom infoso over night. Tho infusion, oftor straining.or filtering, ia to bo taken on an empty etomach tho first thing aftor getting up in tho morning. Ha oitoa many oases of renal and hopatic colics, diabotes, migraino, etc., which although roboliioua to ...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Latest and Largest Steam Engine. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 26 November 1892

The Latest and Largest Steam Engine. Tho largest Bteam-cngino in tho world io that constructed for tho new Italian oruisor Sardogna. It really consists of four triple expansion enginoi, whioh can bo used together or separately, as doBircd, tho entiro combination being capable of developing a force of 22,000 nominal, or 25,000 actual horso-power. Tho ship ia driven by twin serowo, and two onginos aro oonneoted to the shaft of each Borew, but ono screw can bo stopped altogether if tho . vessel ia to bo turned around, or, for ordinary sailing, one ongino only may bo used for each oorow ; but, in ooso it should bo necessary to increase tho speed, tho other engineo oan at onco bo connected ond tho full power exerted.- As usual with naval machinery, a largo number of ouxiliary engines are used. On tho Sardogna thero aro no less than twenty compound a'uxiliary engines for feeding tho-boilero, keeping up_ tho draught, and eo on, besides a great variety ol Bingle | oylinder machines.

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 26 November 1892

Certainly tho best mcdicino know is SANDIW and SONS' EUCALYPTI EXTRACT. Test its eminently powerful c fleets in coughs, eclds in fiuenza ; the relief ia instanteiious. In serious oases and accidents of all kinds, ho thoy wounds burns, acaldiugo, bruises, sprains it is the safest roinedy — 110 swelling — 110 inflammation. Lato uprising effects produced in croup, diphtheria bronchitis, inflammation of tho lungs/; swellings' &o., diarrhcea, dysf.ntry, diseases of the'.tidneys and urinary organs. In use at hospitals n;/d clinics all over the world; patronised by His /^Majesty the King of Italy ; crowned with medal a/.d diploma tio Internaitouul Exhibition, Amstord/rn. Trust to an approved articlo and KMcct all otl era. Liver C mplaints.— Di^Jting's/bandolion and Quinine Liver Pills, without ii«rou/.y, nro a potent roinedy ; remove all liver and stByiich complaints biliousness, headache, sickness, shoulder pains' heartburn, indigestion, constipation. Mado only in London. Sold ovo...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
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WHITE SPONGE C [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 26 November 1892

wnixi: BfONon O'KC, Whiten of twonty egfje, two full goblets of, flour, threo ooant gobleta of sugar, t^o tea spoons lemon, ono teaspoon etcatn of tartar; baroly ptir flour in, bnko rather; quiokly. ^ , 1 juaoux op MurroTT. Ono pint of eold mutton, nut in alices, 0110 onion, ono turnip, one smalt carrot, salt and; pepper to taste ; oover with boiling water and simmer till tondcr; remove the moat and vegetables, skim tho gravy, season to taBto, and thicken with 0 littlo flour vret with cold Wfttor.

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 26 November 1892

' m I11:l --' -?*? BKESS ¥ffiaA.':V5' ? ? . ? ? ? :...:? . ??? ' , ' , ?',/ . . . « 'Jv , ' / * .......... 1 . ? 4 ' I IJ - '?[ ^ I j ? 1|A ; ,1^ ' ' ' ' ~~ ~ 1 . t - ... .? .. ' ?; ' ' . ' 1 t ' r ' ' f ' ,\f; '''V ! I have great pleasure in notifying that I have purchased j from MrS? W. ^ ????H0BGE his General Store Business, known as the Cash Exehange-, , - My ? . intention is to hold a. ! .: , 'v''' '- ?- if ' i *rf' .« fMntu . * * Cf II jP '? ? ..... ' liiLi SftlillH . FOR THREE WEEKS FROM , ; ? ^ - S A TU RD A Y ; ;illll|| N o vember 5 th, When Every Line of the present Well-assorted Stock = will be Substantially :A Reduced, M I wish to re-stoek with an -Entirely New Lot of Goods. DRAPERY, CLOTHING, ROOTS & SIMS, fiflMXC BE¥^(ipHr, GLASS If ARE. ?? ' ' EverytMng 1 sdtotiil . in Price. . : ?;£ ; ,- ? ? ? T~T~. ? ? ? 1 1 ~ : : ? .-/ ; ? ; ,::lj 'j,»v ?:* ::r: ., A VISIT OF INSPECTION IS RESPECTFULLY INVITED. A Rare Chance is here offered, which everyone should avail them...

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Selected Poetry. FLOWERS FOR THE SICK. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 26 November 1892

Selected I'oetry. FLOWERS FOR THE SICK. v, JaBt n gltl, poor anil friondlesn, ' Lying a nr.rrow bed, In the Hospital, and wearing ? . ? ^ \ A whito bandage round hor head. Sick sho fa. r.ml very feeble, Bnt oil patiently sho lie;:, Sometimes moaning, oftencot silont, With whito lips and closed oyea. But to-day tho littlo patient Wearo a wan but happy smilo, For the good kind nurse haa let hnr Sit and talk a little whilo ; ' And around hor thoro mo lying Flowers nnd heather, sweet and fair, Blossoms from tho hills nnd valleys, Spreading fragrance through tho air. 'Oft I dream, dear nurse,' oho murmuro ?' When theso pretty flowers I see, That I'm well again, anil wandering By tho loeh oido or tho oca ; ' On somo lofty mountain climbing, Breathing air go fresh and oweet ; Foiling gras3 nnd moss and heather Soft and Bpringy 'neath my fcot. ' Bnt I know 110 moro I'll wonder { . . Through thoso lovely Highland glena ; i Nor.behold tho' mist-wrapped summits v Of those towering, heath-olad ...

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Orchard and Fruit Garden. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 26 November 1892

Orchard and Fruit Garden* Winter A.ppleo.— Many fruit-growcra find, when their orchards como into bearing, that they have planted too many varieties which ripen nt tho aamo time. It is a miofcako to Bet many now varieties in an orohard planted for profit, * Tboro aro enough of well-tooted marketablo kindi'. Any experimental plant* ing should ho dono on a email soale. A largo numbor ol kinds, ripening at tlio oamo period, will result in having numerous omall lots. At first thoro will not bo enough ol 0'.-rao kindo to fill a box; two kinds ohould . never bo mixed in ono box, and these fruits must bo used at homo. For Jate applea wo may havo varieties of the i colors, red. yellow and greon. Tho retailor I knows that tho color of a fruit affiots its ; oale. In gathering applQB, piok and handle them gontly. Lato PeMfl. — Thero aro but fow lato pears that aro profitable, becauso tho publio aro not acquainted with tho Anjou, Ulairgoau, and a few others. Carefully seleotod and packed iu box...

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General News Items. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 26 November 1892

©encrall fJews Items. Russia is threatened with another famine. The reporter ot tho l\Tcio York Herald has been expelled from Berlin for commenting adversely upon tho Germany Army Bill. Another reporter liau been sent to Berlin for tho oamo paper. Unless there aro further developments regarding tho mysterious discoveries of buried infants the polico uo not intend to resume digging operations in Svdnev. Captain MacDonald has been despatched by the British Government to make further railway surveys and inquiries in Uganda. Tlio Bolgian Chamber of Deputies has rojeetcd tho proposal for universal suffrage by SO votes to 21, An iinpre33ion prevails that Count D'Aubigny, French onvoy to Morocco, is persisting in urging the Sultan to entortain proposals on behalf of Franco of serious political importance Lord Dunravcn describes tho Irish Evicted Tenants Commission as a fiasco. It is, ho says, a significant exhibition of tho lawless and tyrannical character of latter-day radicalism. At tho ...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Farm and Garden. Live Stock Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 26 November 1892

jfarm ant) (Saifceit. Live StocJc Notes. Sholtflf in Pastnro, — Wo havo often tuged 1' be need, in a trotlcEa paaturo, of eomo I shelter to effotd the animals proteotion froin the excessive heat ol tho aun. If this ahcltor I fee of Q more permanent character, with a roof and aidea, It will break tbo forco of- a driving etorm. The cold atorme aro Qspeoi* oily injurious to young animala. Wir&c-a ihOQid como into winter quartcro In good condition, and ohonld have oxtra to cd. 21*117 continue to turn out thoir horsra until much later than this, when ono cold, nicrrny night will causo them much discomfort, %rhen caught out in a driving stfirra. As eoon a3 thoy aro homo rub them dry, and blanket, givinR oomo ostra fcod. Cnwfl require caro to prevent thom from falling oft in the quality or quantity of thoir i mill';. Bran, ground oato, and flaxeeed maal | arcamonR tho kindo of food that incroano the quality ot milk. Pigo should bo kopt in growing condition, and fattened early. City...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
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A Mutter Grader not Required. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 26 November 1892

A ISiitter ©rswlcr not BSequiicrt. At the recent conference at ICiama re the Dairies Supervision Act in reference to tlio proposal of the Government to appoint a grader for tho exportation of butter, Mr. Monaghan moved and the motion, after Mr. Cullen seconded, wus put to tlio meeting and carried unani_nously, ' That in the opinion of this meeting tho appointment of a public butter grader is undesirable and unneces sary.' Their butter during the past had been exported without any such officer, and no improvement could be made by him in its quality. In supporting the motion Mr. T. Honey said it was absurd on the part of the Government to attempt to grade their butter after they had worked to such a high stan dard of quality as to be pronounced tho best on the English market. He was opposed to such an appointment, as it was simply providing an easy position for an officer and wasting public monoy. If the Government paid them a subsidy liko Victoria for exporting their butter they woul...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 26 November 1892

p ' v NOTICE. A S our presont manufacturing plant is ? \ inadequate to turn out sufficient cor dials, syrups and flavoring essencc3 fortho ? : increasing demand, we respectfully request our customers to kindly overlook any littlo delay in the execution of thoir orders ou tho ossuranco that thoy are recoiling our best attention. THE UNIVERSAL DRUG CO. T. G. Kexniwem,, Manager1 26 Hunter-street, Sydnay, ST For Boys' and Youths' School and Best Wear.t-» 'tchi ©tMicmr ' v- 1 y IS THE CHEAPEST AND MOST RELIABLE. Some! Sn-E? 3?s»2eo IM niS ciim&l IPHcitioa off XFtaoMdsn. ©OTD© cD@K3ll© -§5 ©®oP OcSfiDDfi ©DoQDaieri-;'-'. '? Opposite the General Post Office, GEORGE STREET, SYDNEY. O ' |S^bWilYSfHll||g§'P OIXSON S TOBACCOS. C©i(ME[M®R m AMY SflZED PLUGS. THDCrc TWIST. -YANKEE P.©©® (LIE PLUG, TWIST. CHMfllPDtM BRIGHT LONG CUf {packets}. . .. ^ . .. 'CEMTfEI^I Evl D M, flat % twbst .pIXSQNS use many'lboNS more American Leaf ? ?i lhan all the rest oF N. S. Wales together, #i Price lis...

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Asiatic Child Wives. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 26 November 1892

Asiatic Child l!rivco. Tha Indian reformers who havo tokon in s hand tho re-marriago of girl widows find no difficulty in obtaining plenty of candidates. -Whero troublo cornea in ia as to the diapoaal ' of theeo matrimonially disposed ladies pend ing the discovery of suitable partners. No Boonor does a widow annoanco her inten tion of cecuring another husband if oho can than she ia dioownod by all her kith nnd Ian, cnt by hor acquaintances, and in eomo cases sent adrift io pick ap a living for herooU. The reformero feel under an obligation; - thoreforo, to gotten tho severity of tho tnar ? tyrdom to tho beat of their ability, and with S that objeat widow homea have boon estab lished hero and thero. Tho expedient ia, | perhaps, da good a ono as oould be devised, ' but the managoro of tho homea arc not to be envied. In order to carry out tho rost of tho schema suitors havo to bo admitted to.matto ohoico among tha bereaved beauties, and then, of courso, a certain amount of philandoring...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
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Other Lands. Chinese Caution. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 26 November 1892

©tftcr UanDs. 'Chinese Caution, A retained Chincso missionary rolatos tho following anecdote, showing tha oiation of the Chinese, Ho onyo * | ' Daring ono of oar examinations for can didates for boptiom at Ngukang I observed that ono woman ana como threo or four young people had tho samo surname. Xbia oiroumstanco lad to tho follonin'ir conver sation between mycelf and ono of tho. young men. ''I obnervo you all havo tho camo our namo. Aro you members of tho namo family?' I naked. Yon,' ono replied. ' Thia io mjumother, Bnd those aro my brothcro.' ? Whero in your father V ''Hoio at homo, attending to hie busi ness.' ''Does ho opprovo of your embracing Christianity?' ' ' Yod, ho in ontiroly billing.' ' ' ? Why doea not your father hiranol! fcc oomo a Christian!' ''Ho noya it V70uld not do for all tho family to embraoo Christianity.' ''And why?' I aeked with como cari osity. ' ' Ho oays that if wo oil beeomo Chris tians our heathen neighbors will tako ad vantage of that circumstance to...

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A Big-Toed People. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 26 November 1892

A Big-Toed People. Tho nglicst of all the comi-oivilisod Aeiatio Moeo aro tho Anamose. Thoy aro much Bhorter than, the Maloyo, darker. skinned, I with lower foreheads, less-developed akull, a flatter noso, larger mouth, thicker lips, ? blackened teotb, gums ofton deotroyod by .the uso of betal-nnt, very prominent ohcek ? and jaw bones, oo that tho faco ,ia lozengc flhaped. ohort neok, shoulders sloping abruptly, and a see-sawing sort oi gam wnon walking. But tho moat ouriouo development of all is tho big too. It ia vory largo, broad, and flat; moreover, tho distanoo botweon that mombor of the foot and tho toco io ao great that tho Chinoso so long ago ao 2357 B.C. eavo thom tho namo of Giao-Chi, or tho Big-Toed Race, Thio ouriouo physical ? formation is euoh that it quite marks thom from all other Asiatic peoplo who walk barefooted; and, otrahgo to eay, though more than forliyconturioobavo passed oinco.this poouliaiity wao first. noticed . by Chinoco travellers, and in spite of frequ...

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Curious Chinese Habits. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 26 November 1892

Curious Chinese Habits, j When a Chinaman desires a visitor to dino with him he doea not ask him to do so, but ~ t when he does not wish him to stay ho puts the question : - ? ' Oh, won't yon stay and dino with mo, pleasa?' The visitor will then know ho ia not wanted. When a Chinaman eipcota o pre sent and it does not como ho sends one of lessor value. A rich man's servant goto no salary, yet many are tho applicants ; whilo big salaries Tare paid to the servants of tho common people, bat few make applications. Tho per I qnisitjes of the former oltso moro than triple the 'salaries of tho latter, whioh ia the sole reason of these differences. To cnoourage honesty and sincerity, confidential clorlsa and salesmen in all branohca of industry re ceive an annual net percentage of tho firm's 'business, besides (heir regular salary. Tho highest ambition of a Chinaman is jo havo a nice coffin and a fino funeral. In China one can always borrow money on the strength of having a son, bnt nobody ...

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The Art of Dress. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 26 November 1892

The Art of Dress. A littlo woman, with small .physical development and a suspicion ot angularity,, does woll to oover herself with braids and gimps and laces and ribbons'; but such trifles are absolute death to tho clear, fair | outlines that should bo followed with the greatest exaotitudo. Dress an average. woman m a olose-fitting serge or quito neutral tinted tweed; - givo her a spotless linen collar and cuffs to match ; tako away chains and gowgaws, and tell mo if sho ever looked better, unless, indeed, it wero in a pink cotton cambrio on a summer morning, with a rose at her throat inotead ol a brooch. Simplioity and freshness — theeo aro the two first qualities that should oharaoteriso woman's drees ; tha third is to dress suitably, not only to your station and ago, but to your appearance, your character, and your houso. Tnho your complexion first. Aro you fair, with bluo oyes? Then you can wear evory shade of bluo, from azure down to violet ; but if you have gray, green, or bro...

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