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He was no Fool. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 10 June 1892

EH© was 510 Poola Ao American editor tolls this atory of how he failed to get the bo3t of a correapondent — ' News was scarce, and tho prospects of getting out an interesting paper in tho morn ing w eta poor indeod, when from a email but prosperous nnd supposedly pious little Illi nois town camo this dopatch : ' Fifty of our best citzona arrested to-night for playing'polrer.1 In a jiffy I wired tho con-ospondont : 'Rut)h dettiilo, with all tho names.' 'While awaiting hioroply my spirits rose ' as I pictured the effect of thio bucolic ocorco. Theprospectof adry paper woro disappearing as I thought how intei oating tho otory would be (fifty small citzona in o omall town liko ? , you know, mcano protty much tho whole town) when thoro enmo on tho wire, not tho correspondent1!: otory, but hia reply to my order : I am no blank fool. I oxpocfc to live in the town for cevoral yopra.' '

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CATHOLIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 10 June 1892

fJATTTftT.TP J wSihale8a,m' ant^ P'm- - Burrawong 11.— I

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Rescued from Misery. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 10 June 1892

? nSescuciiI! fia'osM laiscii'y. ? John E. Auhroy, Ecq., 'Sofnln, N.8.W., kindly furniahoa tho following to3timony ' In January, 1879, 1 wao mooter ofja provi sional ochool in tho vostoru diotriot, and I marriod a dolicato young lady, and was shortly aftoruardo appointod toaolior under tho Board of Education. Our firot child was born in September, 1890, after whioh my ?wifo nover Geemcd to regain her uaual strength. In May, 1881, oho wao suddonly taken vorv ill : tho family doctor wao oont for nnd woa grontly puzzled ; ho, howovor, proscribod nnd tho patient partly recovered. About twelvo moatho later oho war, vovy much troublod with a painful throbbing movement in tho abdomen, especially when lying down, looo of appetire, and what food was tnkon afforded no nourishment. Another doctor was called iu, who oounded and pro scribed, but to no purpose. Wo loft tho neighbourhood and wont to Lithgow Valley, hoping to offect an improvement but without rosult. Another doctor did all he coxil...

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PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 10 June 1892

- ... 'nEBBXTSHTAW. East Eanmloon 1 1 ; Hurrawang 3 i Moss Vale 7. —Mr. Neil Livingstone. i

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Selected Poetry. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 10 June 1892

=r\ i . Selected Poetry. ' rf. £ ' ? *'Th^ following' is from tho 'Oollootofl Poems of Father Abram J. Ryan,' and 'was, we boliovo, tho favorito of »,ho Into Sir John Maodonald:— ? REST. My foct nro woary, and mv hands are tired, My soul oppressed — And 1 desiro, what X Imvo long dcBircd— Rest — only rest. 'Tia hard to toil— when toil is almost vain, ' v.-- In barren ways 5 Ti# hard to aow— and nover garnbr grain Iu harvest days. Tho burden of my day io hard to bear, But God lmov.-n best ; - . And I have prayed — but vain lias boon my prayer — Por rest— swcot rest. 'Tis bard to plant in Spring Mid nover reap s Tho Autumn yield : 'Tia hard to tli. and when tilled to weep O'er fruitier, a field . And so I cry, a weal: nnd human ery, So heart oppreooed ; And I nigh, a woils and human sigh, For rest— for rest. My way haa wound across tho desert years, And carca infest My path, and through tho flowing of hot tears I pjno— for rest. Twos always so ; when but a child I laid : - On mother's...

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WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 10 June 1892

u:. : WE81EYAK. ; Plot reoeived. |

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 10 June 1892

MioS: Clara E. Collet discourses, in tho Nineteenth Century, on ' Too Proopottn of Rfarringo for Womon,' nnd supplies tho following comfortablo formula: — 'To cnl culato tho possibilities of marriage on a otatisticftl bnnio, subtract tho widows from tho population, and in tho romaindrr (tho widoworo not hoing oubtractcd) thoro is a slight surplus of men. Moral : Evory woman can got marriod if she will only mnko horoolf agreoahlo and not bo too particular.' Tho osnonco of tho moral appoars to ho tho avoidnnco of fastidious ness. But is fastidiousness a roiguing vico — in womon ? For onco thot wo ask ' Whatovor did ho soo in hor ?' wo say about a thousand timoa ' Sho must havo been hard up to marry tli.it crontnro.' To ' got marriod ' io not a nico way of putting it, Mis3 Collett, it oavours of a. commercial offort ; and to roturn to matrimonial fuo tidiousnooo, which should rnthor bo on couragod, in tho .intorost of raco improvo monts, than discouraged, tho sox which has not tho pror...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 10 June 1892

Pianoforte Tuning. U/rESSES. vr. H. PALING 6 CO., Limited, be3 J.vl'1 to nnnounco that n firat-cbc3 TUNER from their JJat.iblinhiiicnt v/Ill ha in MOSS VALE dining no::t wcet:, r.nd v.-i 11 vH'j tho curroimdinsdiotnot Orders nddrc::cd to Mr.. I. II. MAitinj, Post-oCico Mcos Vnle, v.'ili rcceivo rnonrT attentio:.-. W. II, PALING Cc CO., Ltd., 333 Gcorrc-otrcot, Sydney. Piano, Organ, and Music Importers. NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS AND COR RESPONDENTS. All Buaiucss Corrcspondenco or Letters intended for insertion in 'Tin: Sorutiseeii ' should bo addrccced to tho Editor or Manager. (Slcvutiuccr, AND CDcinaclGna AduoenCe0 (ESTACLiOIIEI) 1C7C-— 18 Years.) : PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY and FRIDAY ' Uttered out of tiir.c, cr cor.cedcd in proper seato;:, good- cr.vor.rethof evil.' FRIDAY, JVlJU 10, 1892

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In Defence of Australians. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 10 June 1892

In HDefiemcs off AiEatraMnnjs. j Sir Edward Brandou, Agent-General For Tasmania, takes up the cydgels for the Anti podeans against Mr. Christie Murray. He certainly does not sparr hi3 condemnation. He has affronted tho more sensitive by an unwarrantable depreciation of the national morality ; he hns irritated the more robust by exaggerated praise, which he has laid on with the flat brush of the billsticker rather than the peneil of the artist. Sir Edward takes up in turn each of the four charges brought against the Australians — first, turbulence ; secondly, lax commercial integrity ; thirdly, drunkenness ; and, fourthly, crimes of violence. On the firat he has nothing particular to say. On tho fiec oud he points out that most of tho bank ruptcies paraded by Mr. Christioe Murray were thoso of the artisans and labourers. In Australia nearly everybody is worth proceeding against for recovery of debt: In the United Kingdom there are millions who can never swell the insolvent list becau...

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Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 10 June 1892

lLocr.il r.ncl Gszzeirail rJovys. i Football. — A return match vrill bo played be tureen tho Mora Valo Fitzroyo r.nd tho Bowral Association on Saturday afternoon nest on the Glcbo ground, Bovrral. Tho Fitzroya team ^ill be piclzcd from tho follor/in^ : — Mcrsrs. Cctta, Neich, Taylor (2), Haytcr, Nicholson, Badgery, Hurley, Hor.ro* TJcCarthy, Brcvitt, Culcy, Carter, Hornby, Dunn, Cullcn (2), and Arnott. Tho coachca vrill leavo the railway bridgo at 1.S0 p.m, sharp, as play commoncen at 3 oVloc!:. BunruvrAKG PAr.i:. — A meeting of tho troateea of this pari; v/r.3 held at Kuhn'u hotel, on Monday evening last Corrcsspondcnce vrao read from the Under-Secretary tot Landa returning by.lav;a for alteration of Clauso 6 and 7 ; and from tho Manager of Commercial Banking Company of Sydney, notify ing that the signatures of tvro trustees forwarded vrould bo acknowledged. It vraa dccidcd that a weathor nhed, 18ft. by 12ft., bo erectsd, walla and orof to be of galvanised iron, ground platea to bo...

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Proposed Reform in Church Music. A CIRCULAR SENT OUT BY THE POPE. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 10 June 1892

Proposed Egoform Sua Clrat'cEa FJiasiic. A CinouLAR Sent Oct by thc Pope, This is good news (says a Dublin paper) which comes from Eome with regard to tho innsic of tho Church. The Holy Fathor has ordered tho Con gregation of rites to tako into consideration thc ?ue8tion of producing an improvemout and uni- I brmityin sacred music, and the Cardinals have, ! accordingly, invited all tho- Catholic musical cele- j brities of Kuropa and Amciica tocivc their opinions I on tho oubjcct. It is to be hoped that one of tho results of thc intended reform will be to stimulate the promotion of congregational oiuging. Profes sor' Mohr, whoso death was recorded recontly, followed faithfully in thoir toot3tep3, and it would bo well for tho Church if we had a number of men who would devote theweelves as he did to popular izing Catholic hymns. Commenting on the proposed reform, tho Mel bourne Advocate cays The lovers of florid or polyphonal music such as Beethoven, Mendelsohn, Weber, Haydn, Mozart, G...

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Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 10 June 1892

?ii i ; -? ;? /; Miscclluneous,. ?Aii ' -nrrhngoracnt; .laua been ; arrived^ ot bjr tho Victorinn ftnilwny Commissioners and ihb Government. The Garmmaaioiici's.hiivo . resigned, and will rccoivo a retiring allow ance of half thoir saliuy for lliu unexpired period of their appointed. Iu resigning the Commissioners do not admit the correctness of the statement of the reasons given by. the - Govornmf-.llt for f.linir (mnnnninn A nf.ntn. menf. was in the Victorian Assembly : in Tuesday night, and the motion relating' to the Commissioners was struck off the business paper of the House. In si letter to the Timet on tho Polynesian labour question Sir Arthur Gordon asserts that disaster would result from draining tho Pacific Inlands of their male adults. Ho insists that it is impossible to disassociate the quest lor labour from certain abuses,' and as a solution of tho dilliculty ho advises tho importation or Indian coolies. At a cabinet meeting held on Tuesday afternoon it wan unanimously...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 10 June 1892

^Ite gcmtmeer. v TEH IIS: . ' SoBSOBranoN1 2/6 per qu&rtor prepaid ; 3 /- if booko'd | ohorged oal j from tho time of comracnoinR. Quarters onil March 31, Juno SO, September 20, Bocerabor 31, Qt whioh poriodo only can oubsoriboru ~ declino by giving a wcoVd notico in -wri'inr; diroot J t» the office— not tln'ou^h f.' local collector — and cl payiig to tho 'then rnutiius iiuartor.' tl : ADvniilisEUEK'M— ol lc.23 than one inch, 1/- tcr tho firot two lines and 3d. per lino after j longer advertisement-, 3/- for tho. firot inch nnd 1/0 for orory onbsequent inch. A liberal reduction mado for otandirir; advertisements. Advertisement1] o V birtho, mairicgcD, and dcatho, if oent by post, mnot bo aathenticatcd by tho cignataro of oomo porcon known at tho oScc, or they will not b3 inserted. Advertisements will bo rcceivcd up to 6 p.m. on day; of publication. Tho number of innortiono sbonld bo written on tho face, or tho advertica men to will bo continued till countermanded. — ' Orders...

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 10 June 1892

CHimCH OF EIIOLAITB Sutton Forest.— let and 3rd Sundays in the month at 3 p.m. :2nd and 4th Sunday o in the month at 11 a.m. and Holy Communion ; 5th Sunday at 3 p.m. Mobs Vale.— lot aud 3rd Sundays in the month at 11 a.m. and Holy Communion ; every Sunday at 7.30 p.m. Bondanoox.— 2nd and 4th Sundays In tho month at 3 p.m. : Cth Sundays in the month at 1 1 a.m. and Holy Communion. Exeter — ? Wednesday (on or before full moon) 7.20. HoLLTTiionri: (Croea Roads — Thursday (on or be fore full moon) 7.S0 p.m.. —Rev. A. G. Stoddart; Bong Bong (Christ Church) — Divine Servico everySunday morning at 11 a.m.; Mount Ashby . (St. Thomas) — Every Sunday at 3p.m. ; Addre:s to cbildrcn^firat Sunday in month ; clioir praetieo every Wednesday at 7 p.m. Yarrunga— Second i Sunday in every month at 3 p.m. All cits aro free — W. A. Lcoali, BA. | _ Holy Trinity, Bcrm'ta. Bin-ima, every Sunday at 11 : second andfonrth undaya in tho month at 7. Kev. G. Sheppard, B,A. Of «» Roads, first and third Sunday at...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 10 June 1892

Special Advertisements. ~OlCHARD* MOSS V4LE, Upholsterer, French Polioicr, Pictoro i'ramor. f;o, A LARGE Stool: of Furniture, Bedsteads nnd Bedding, Carpctn, Matting, Linoleum, Door ? Mats, &o„ always on hand. Spring Roller ami Venetian Blinds, made .'.ml fitted or repaired. COMIWERGIAL BANKING COMPANY. ~ Established 1831. Incorporated 1813. Head Ofilco :0 1:01101: Stucct, S*osr.v. ? -o ? ? CAPITAL ? 'GOO, 000 RESERVE FUITD ? ;'jG70,000 RkseiWe rort Equalisation 01 Dividends ? ;'1G0,000 Monoy rcccive 1 at Interc.it and all other usual Banking Business transacted. E. EVERARD ROW, Mamaoeu, IIOSQ VALE BRAITCH. W, 'Gil,' . ESTABLISHED 1853. iNCOnrORATED 18S3, Solo Agents for PIANOS by St;: in way and Sons, Julius Fcurich, Ucbcl nnd Lcchlciter, Carl Eckc, The Victor, Tho Gelling ; cad for tho irorld.rcnowncd ESTEY ORGANS and Booscy'c Braon Band Instruments. Universal Provider of PIANOFORTES, ORGANS, MUSIC, and MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS of Every Description. PIANOS B¥ ALL OTHER WELL-KNO...

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Aldermen and Nose-pulling [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 10 June 1892

, , ^lderuicn niHV Nose-palling The practice of polling tho prohoccc^ of cuhurban J ftWennon.acemg to havo defended fi'om a Irixury to | a commoiiplaco, and (observes a contemporary) in thA interests of propor conservatiom it i3 ri/jht that Wmo etepb should bo taken to curround thin plcno ing rccrcation with GOnio' safeguard of elaca privi* lege, lest tho municipal authoriticn, inopcetor of nuisances, and rats coltcctoro should tako to med dling with tho nonca of(tho public nnd each other in ?this easy opirltof interchange of personal compli ment. Why suburban aldcrmeu, of all ccccntrics whocaiacr on tho crust of the c.ivth. should havo taken up this method of c::prc3oing their opinions of each other with such enthusiasm must remain ono of tho enigmas that afilicfc tho miuds of such observers of their spccica as have become unhappily fascinated by tho weird ways of municipal and borough council. It is onCucicnt for thorn to know that this practico of mutual noco-pulling has becomo a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 10 June 1892

vjuv ©SAi? ? cored by th= new anil entirely mcceSiful tlMIro Medication Trentmcr,*. Sui.VAri'i.iiiu and I n.nlesj. Ear-druma not r,t r.ll noccmr.ry. Advice a.ia : oatnphlet Free from Professor Harvey, 143 Collinf .street East, Melbourne. Magnificent tcstitlionials. N.B.— Professor Harvey's Klectric IIciiil fiatU ff I? the -o1y one patented throughout the t/cxly. LIVeh CosirLAiNW.— Dit. ICtiiL'1!! Damlelion and Quiuino Liver Pills, witliout mercury, aro a potent roinody J teinovo nil livor nnd otomach complaints, biltouBneas, lieadaube, siokness, shoulder pains, heartburn, indigestion, constipation. Mado only ju Jtoijdoo Sold ovorywlicro.— Adyt.

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Service of Song. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 10 June 1892

Service of Song. On Wednesday evening last the children and teachers of 8. John's Ohurch of England Sunday School gave a musically illustrated service in tho Oddfellow's Hall, affording a most pleasant and profitable evening's entertainment to a fairly large audience. Notwithstanding the inconstant state of the weather the ha'l wob nearly filled Mr. S. W. Hodge conducted the musical portion of tho servico and Mr. E E. Row crave the connective readings- ' Little Dot' is a very pathetio story of innocent child life, and it touchingly appeals to the finer feelings of both old and young. Dickons sai'l '? There is nothing, no nothing, innocent or good, that dies, and is forgotten. An infant, a prattling chili, dying in its cradlo, will live again in tho bettor thoughts of those who lovod it.' And so Iioro in '? Littlo Dot' the. moral io wrought out, especially in the closing part where ' Dot' is taken by the Angel of Death ao a ' fair flowor' — before even tho ' bearded grain,' in tho pe...

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Women's Christian Temperance Union. MISS JESSIE ACKERMANN AT MOSS VALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 10 June 1892

Women's Christian Temperance Union. MISS JESSIE ACKERMANN AT MOSS VALE. This distinguished travollor and talented lectiirosn, who is tho opooial dologato from tho W.O T.U., vnsitod Moss Valo on Satur day, and conductod a sorio3 of moetingo, at oach of which woro modoratoly largo and appreciative audioucos. Aftar oorvico 011 Sunday ovoning in tho Prcabytorian Church Miss Ackormimi dolivorod an addroao upon tho inflonco women could havo on tha drink traffic and i ti oviln. On Monday aftornoon Miss Ackormanu gavo a spocial addross in tho Wosloyan Ohurch to woman only. Tlioro was a fair attendance of ladies, and a branch of the Women's Christian Tomporance Union was formod, tho officoro being 'appointed no follows : Prosidont, Mrs. O'Reilly ; record ing socrotary, Mrs. Parke ; finuncinl secre tary, Mrs. Yco ; troasuror, Mr3. Croakor. On Monday night, in tho Oddfellows' Hall, Mies iiokorman dolivcred hor famous lecture on ' Tho Womon ot Asia,' appearing on the ota;»o dressed in Oriontal ...

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F. L. Barker Co.'s Report. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 10 June 1892

. F. iL. Eto'Isei* & (Do.'s ESeport. Sheeksking.— Market steady at Into rates. Dry full woolled, ?!}?] to 4Jd ; medium, 3Jd to 4d ; pelts and shorts, 2Jd to 3d por lb. Green skins, 25d to 37«1 ; medium, 2(M to '24il ; pelts, ltl to ISd each. Hides.— At Friday'a aalo the marhct allowed a further decrease iu valuer. Quotatiuuo 1 ISest extra heavy and primo, 2i-l to 2^1 j good hcaviea 2^d to 23 ; ordinary aud sloppy heavicaSd to2^d ; medium 2d to 2Jd ; dry l£d to 2Jd por lb. Bark.— Market unaltered. Superior chopped up to £8 ; medium qualitiea £6Jto £7 ; inferior, £2 5s. to £4 per ton. Pig8.— Owing to very heavy arnvalo during tho past week prices fell considerably, both for bacon piga and porkers— more especially tho latter. Beat porkers now celling at 3d per lb ; bacon piua at^ 3d pep lb. We do not anticipate any change m pr:cca during tho coining week. Calves.— Market olightly firmer; good quality calves making from 23s. to 40^., according to oizo.

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