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Unclaimed Letters. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 10 June 1892

Unclaimed Enters. ^ , i The following nnalnimcd letters are now lying at tho DeAd.ljcttcr OEico, Sydnoy : . ,» » i j Fbom Places Beyond the Colosy. . 49 J. Berry, Bowral ,92 F. Co'.maua, -Bowral (2) .. ., - .21 J. Dawson, Moos Valo ;. 15 R. Egan, Bowral -, 44 D. Frascr, Mittagong 14 W. Hamblin, Joadja Crook 112 J. B.Hosby, Moss Valo ' 21 John Mahoney, Bowral V 148 E. F. Mitchell, Bowral - . - 152 L. Br Mitcholl, Bowral » .. 7 Mies B. \V. O'Connor, near Mosa.Valo 76 W. Porter, Bowral 78 J. Smith, Bowral 60 R. J. Tooth, Bowral (2) 38 C. Wobbor, Mosa Valo - 113 R. Wilson, Joadja Creek From Places Within the Colonies. 98 JaB Allen, Bowral 192 Jan. Armstrong, Bowral 105 A. Barloy, Moss Valo 163 Mr. Bateman, Moss Valo **164 C. Bateman, Moss Valo ?- 176 Thos. J. Bath, Robertson 38S C. /Rond, Bowral 545 Thos. Brough, Joadja Creole 719 Miss M. Burns, Bowral ? 750 Mrs. Chaa. Batler, Moss Valo 5 Henry Call, East ICannaloon 44 Mrs. Gordon Campbell, Moss Valo 154 Mrs. J. Caotledcn, Mittagong 232...

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Moss Vale Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 10 June 1892

,. ' fJosa Vnla -Coeh3c51. I At tho ordinary fortnightly mooting of tho J council en Monday evening last the Mayor (Mr, N j H. Throsby) presided. Also present Aid. Adams, Culler!, Goodridge, McGregor, Richardson, Rose, Taylor aud Young. Tho Council Clerk read tho minutes of previous meeting, which wcro confirmed. CORRESPONDENCE. From Mr. D. F. Evans, managor Commercial Bank. Berrimn. flr.av.Mno- nt^ntinn nirhnf tho Borrima road between Mr. I, Fordham'a and tho brick-kilno, which was in an exceedingly bad condition, and requesting that something bodono early, no further rain would render it almost im passable. Aid. Taylor moved that tho letter bo received, and that Mr. Evana bo informed that tho matter was receiving tho attention cf tho council. — Carricd. Mr, liobt. Mcts asked permission to erect an extra bedroom.— Aid. Cullcn moved that the re quest bo granted. Carricd. Messrs. Yabslcy Bros, wroto caying that they mado mistako of £10 in tho contract for improve ments at the conncil...

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

DQ-OVDAo Tbc decrcaso in the number of men employed at tho Government quarries, Bowral, within the last few months has been from 100 to 23. Tho total number of men now employed at the Gib is about 200. Lovcridgc's quarry employs 100, the Government 23, Rawardo 45, and the smaller ones about 32 botweon them. A branch of the Women's Christian Temperance Union has been established at Mittagong with a present membership of 31. The District .Licensing Lourfc will meet at Moss Valo on the 22od instant. Mr' Thomas Fairfield has ^ been appointed manager of the Bowral co-opcrativc storo which 13 al present being crcctcd in Bong Bong-3trcet. Thero havo been very few proposals in America this leap year. Women in the United States do not hesitate to cay that, with tho growing ex travaganco of the men in mind, they do not feel justified in undertaking the support of husbands. Tho Viotorian Government has refused interim j food and chelter to the unemployed. Two thousand two hundred and fifty-fiv...

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

. RAILWAY, Down Trains. — A mail train leaves Sydnoy daily (Sundays excopted) at 9 p m, Campbelltown 10.8, Picton 10.03, Mittagong 12.12 am, Bowral 12.10. Moss Valo 12.40, arming at Goulburn at 2.20, and Albttry 11 .55. Tho Melbourno express leaves Sydney daily (Saturdays and Sundays oxcoptcd) at 5.15 p m, llittasonc 8, Bowral 8.8, arriving at Moss Valo at 8.20, leaves at 8.45, arrives at Goulburn at 10.8 and Albury 5,50 a m. A passenger train leaves Sydney daily (Sundays oxcoptcd) at 9.30 a m, Mittagong 12. 4G p m, Bowral 12.51, M0.13 Vole 1.35, Goulburn 3.10. A tourist train leaves Sydney every Saturday at 7,55 a m, Picton lU.lo, Mittagong 11.31), Bowral 11.37, I Joss Valo 12 noon, arriving at Goulburn at i.-jo p m. A i ccond tourist train leaves Sydnov every Saturday at 2.28 p m, Mittagong 5.30, Bowral 5.37, and arrives at Moss Valo at 5.50: Up Tkains.— A mail train leaves Albury daily (Saturdays cxcopted) at 2.45 p m, Goulburn 1 a m, M033 Valo 2.51, Bowral 3.3, Mittagong 3.13, a...

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

. Qotos'itsoini. PjtOQREas Association.— A meeting of the above wau hold in tho Sohool of Arto on Tuesday ovaning loot, theic being present — iJo33ro. J. T. Haytor(proaidont), H. Dennis. J. T. Stono, S. J. MoBaron, E. T.I. Graham, T. Jones, O. Stubbing, andgj. W. Stone (ac'ing sec). An aclrnowledgomont was read from tho Public Worlco Department ro touriot road oast of Robort3on. An account from Mr. Haddin for £2 was hold over till nest_ mooting. Mr. Stono handed iu a petition signod by tho residont3 asking that tho poot offica bo opouod from 7 to 8 o'olook, but it was objected to through tho opirit iii which it originated. Mr. Stono pointed out that having canvassed for tho names ho would cond it Litibolf to tbo Postmaster* Gonoral irrcapcoiivo of the Progroca Oom mitteo. An hour'a diGOiission took placo, at tho close of which Mr.- Graham moved— ' That it having cotno to *l:o knowlcdgo of tho committco that a public petition' had been got cp and signed ior tho purposo of having tho ...

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Local Information. POSTAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 10 June 1892

Local' Huffommtioii. I POSTAL. Moss Valk. — Mails arrive from Sydney and intermediate statious daily (Sundays excepted) at 12-50 a m and 2 p in ; Berrima at noon and 9.30 p m ; Sutton Forest at 9 p m ; Nowra and Shoal haven districts at 1.15 ainj Robertson and Burra\yaug daily (Saturdays excopted) at 2 am; ~ Goulburn and South daily (Sundays excepted) at 2.50 a m. Mails close for Sydney and intermediate stations daily (Saturday excepted) at 9.30 p m, aluo by express at 9 a m (Sundays and Mondays oxccntedi : Goulburn and South at I 9.30 pin and lam; Nowra, Shoalhavcn, Burra-. wnng, and Robertson at ^.30 p m ; Berrima and Suttoa Forest at 9.30 p m and 1.30 p m ; Meryla Wednesday aud Saturday at 2.30 p.m. Letter roceivor at railway station cleared daily at 12.30 am; tho two others at 9.15 pm daily, Tho post ofiise opens from 9 a m till (j p m, and tho telegraph oftico from 9 a m till 8pm Po3t office opens on opens on Sundays from 9 till 10 a m for delivery of letters only. Letter carri...

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

£3iiltfcaf»©iag. A cantatn, ' Under tho Palnis,' was given in tho Canterbury Hall on Tuesday evening last. Before opening the hand played a fov? choico seleotiona in thoir usual good Gtylo. There wore about forty voicea, Mr. G-*o. Vincent officiating aa conductor and Mis3 Vincent ao accompanist. Tho otago docorationo were perfoct, and the curtain waa drawn to an audience noarly reaching 100. The oinging was exception ally g°°d, and all wont away oatisfied that ao woll no having received valuo for thoir cash thoy also spent a pleasant few hours. About £10 oloar of osponoes wao taken at the door. tbo. amount to bo handed ovor to the MittaRong band to cablet that body in paying ofr tho dobt o£ tho rotunda. — ? ?

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

leOH-DLASS MILLBplY Ii SMSSMAKINC. . , . ? M- ? MISS MOLONY HA8,muth pleasuropn, announcing to tho LADIES ofMOSS;VAIiE nnd 8UE . ? : .BOUNDING DISTRICTS that sho ia JUST OPENINQther ? ' ' - ' ? ? i ' .?} if, : }'; SwOtt'!;StO(Sk: -OF— IPffeiicto and . EngSSsSa HHfillBSimery, DUnnts, QBouisets, Biit'ds. - Wings. ©mamimneaiitSo, IPa'DimDnniiSnDgrs, Edc., ' ' , j MateipQcoDs fnn cDBnewil®4 IT weettflo. Scn'gcs, TEVancy TB-vem ©®©j!la onafl Trn'SimiDmi^iags.- '? Equal in Style and Price to any House iu -Sydney.' A FI RST-CL AS SIS V&.VF OF DRESSU&KeUS FiTVI 3? IT 5C.53.riBl.kifil3J-i.-i styleiawd:fit:guarasteed. . : .. ORDERS BY' POST P CJNCT U ALLY ; AT r^SN' D 1&D ' ? ' TO ! NOTE THE ADDRESS:! OPPOSITE THE NEW POST OFFICE, ARGYLE STREET, MOSS V4LE. ? ? SHOPPING SIT IP'OS'Z'. .THE CELEBRATED ORIENT CLOTHING . 3VZ era's Winter Wear. ? First quality Tweed Suits. itp!cnilid vaUc .Sfi -c SmU,. fa-! rolnr« ... -liis Extra qimlity Tweed Suits do. | Cheviot Sarjio Nuit...

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The Butter Value of Milk. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 14 June 1892

The DButter'Viunue of Mills.. One of the most astonishing thing* in the world is tho looseness with which business conneoted with agricultural pursuits has been conducted. We hnve asked many men in our lives what tho value of individual cows in the herd was, nnd thoy did not know. We have soid : You keop your cows for tho butter thoy make, do you ? Yes, of course, would be tho roply. Special attention wns givon to butter malting, and yet these people could uot tell whether a cow was payinc: a profit or making a loss all the timo. Other kinds of business nre.not conducted in that way. But the full milk creninery system has bpen conducted in tho same way. The system of the country grocory store which buys all kinds of butter at tho samo prico has boon practised in tho troaniories in buy ing milk Yellow mild, white milk and blue | milk havo all brought tho snmo prico. It is all wrong- Hold tho individual c jir ropon sible nnd hold tho milk producer reponsiblo. If tho cow pays, keop her...

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Mittagong Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 14 June 1892

JHIttagons Alnnlcipal Council. ~ Tho regular fortniqiitly meeting was- held . in tho chambers on Wednesday ovoning loot, - ? -,8th inBt, whon. thoro woro present : Alder men Vilea, Mealing, Middleton, Dawson, Ijarkin, Drnpeo, Snowden, nnd Mitidolson. Aid. Vilos wng, on tlio [motion of Alder men Draper and L^rlcin, voted to tlio chair. Tho minute3 of provioun meeting wero read nnd confirmed. COHKESPONDIiXCE. ^iia. ivicnaras sent an apoiogy ior nia absence. From Mr. J. O'Oarroll, saying that iie lind n surplus of bluo motal broken to 2in. gaugo, from hia contract, which ho would bo pro pared to spread on tho road at 10s Gd per . ynrd. Aid. Snowden proposed that the offer be accepted, providing that Mr. O'Carioll spread the metal to tho satisfaction of tho Works Committee. Alderman Di-nper seconded; u Aid. Mealing said aa aU other metal cost them only 7h Gd ho would support tlio motion if Mr. O'Carroll would reduce tho price by 2a 6d per yard; the council could spread it themselves. Ai...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 14 June 1892

SIGH-CLASS M1LLIHERV & DRESSMAKING. . rMISS^MOLOSY' ; : . HAS much plensuro Jin announcing to tho LADIES of MOSS YALE and SUR f ROUNDING- DISTRICTS tlint eho is JUST OPENING her and fiftU E&mtoi Stock -OF— French and .EMglBsDn FIuMlilniieii'y, Dllatis, nCntDunncts, Birds* ? Wings. ©rnwnmieMta, TrcilnDiijraiQnDgOt IEilc,, Iffiress materials fan Oaeiyiiot!; TPwoeellfj. Serges, IPancy Uress ©oodlg aimd TMiraiiimjiiJMgs. '' '? Equal in Style and Price to any House in Sydney. ? — -:o: ? ? A FlftST-CLASSlSrAFF OP DRESS 51 iKEit? FVI'l IT) T 3T ) U? i'i IC i 33 - STYLE ANDJFIT^GUARA STEED. .. ORDERS BY POST PUNCTUALLY ATTEND tiD TO -'V ; NOTE ? 1'nE ADDRESS :J OPPOSITE THE 'NEW POST OFJFIOE, ARGYLE : STREET,' ?; M03SV «V4LE. ' S-HOPiPlMG 25 If POST. ? -? THE CELEBRATED ORIENT tOTHlM ^ , Men's Winter Wear-'., First quality Tweed Suits, splendid vnlnc.»l(is | 'RegulpJion Spi^'c Suits, fft*t color* ... ?|3s. Extra quality Tweed Suits do. ' '15s j Cheviot Scrjrn Suits, fa*t col...

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In Defence of Australians. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 14 June 1892

In ©cJcbco of Australians. ' Sir Edward Brandou, Agent-General for Tasmania, takes up tho cudgels for tho' Anti podeano against Mr, Christie Murray. He certainly docs not sparr his condemnation. Ho has affronted tho moro sensitive by an unwarrantable depreciation of tho national morality ; ho linn irritated tlio moro robust by exaggerated praise, which ho has laid on with tho flat brush of the billsticker rather than tho penoil of tho artist. Sir Edward takes up in turn each of the four charges brought against the Australians — fir3t, turbulonce ; secondly, lax commercial integrity; thirdly, drunkenness; and, fourthly, crimes of violence. On tho first he has nothing particular to say, On tho sec ond he points out that most, of tlio bank ruptcies paraded . by Mr. Christico Murray wero thosoof tho artisans and labourers. In Australia nearly everybody. ?s worth proceeding against for recovery of debt: In tho United Kingdom thero aro millions who can never swell tho insolvent list becau...

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Modes of Execution. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 14 June 1892

B!Iotl«s off Excration. Wehadcur attention drawn to the advocacy | of oholoform, as a means of carrying out the death sentence, instead of hanging (writes n suientifio authority). If tho admirers of this method had ever seen tho agony of mind, and the strong muscular efforts, of somo patients subjected to it before boing operated upon, as well as tho length of time takan to render them unconscious, ttiey would be more chary of suggesting chloroform, and we think, wonld still adhere to the old custom, which, though barbarous, is quickly and almost paialessly carried out. Electricity io now being tried in America instead of hang ing. From the reports we have received from those present at several executions, no one who has seen an electrocution would entertain the idea that tho electric ourrent, in its present state, mitigates the suffering of the condemned, but rather that it intensfies their agong to an immeasurable degree.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 14 June 1892

Special AdvcPiSDOtmnenftB. nOifflffiisift ? MOSS V\LE, t ?j Upholsterer, Frcnch Poliolicr, Piolaro j 1'ramcr- £:c. j A LARGE Stock of Furnituro, Bedsteads nnd Bedding, Carpets, Matting, Linoleum, Door Mats, &c.t always on hand. Spring Holler nnd Vcnotian Blinda, mado nnd fitted or repaired. lOIMERClAi BANKING , COMl'AN Y. 1 ozr3 Established 1831. Incorporated 1843. Head. Offico ;Geohoe Stiiklt, Svdnev. j CAPITAL ? 5000,000 ' RESERVE PUIJD ? £670,000 Ukserve fou Eqcausatio;; of Dividends ... 5100,000 Monoy r«colvo^ at Interest nml all other usual Banking Business transacted. E, EVERARD ROW, ? Manager, noss VALE QRAHCH. W, H. PALING &'C07 Established 1853. Tncoiiforated 1883, ^i_ f 'J] f j|l!i _§_ ? &?- i -v? Solo Agonta for PIANOS by Steinway ami Sons, Julius Fourioh, Uoliel nnd Lcchlciter, Carl Ecke, Tho Victor, Tho Belling ; and for tlio world-renowncd ESTEY ORGANS nnd Booooy'o B r a s d Band. Instruments. , Universal Providcrsof PIANOFORTES, ORGANS, MUSIC, ...

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FOOTBALL. BOWRAL ASSOCIATION V. MOSS VALE FITZROYS. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 14 June 1892

- FOOTBALL. BOWRAL ASSOCIATION V,' MOSS VALE ? FITZROYS. ' j [By Goal Post.] . . TheMoss ValoFitzroyojournoyodto Bowral on Satarday aftornoon last to again try con clusions with the representatives of that town. Tho localitos loft horo aoout 2 p.m. in a fo.ur-in-hand coach providod by Mr. Haddin, arriving at thoir destination about 3 o'clock. Tho weather was all that could be desired, end tho attondanco fairly largo nnd very onthusiatic at times. Moooru. H. Rand and J. Arnott captained tho Association and Fitzroya roapootiv&ly. Tho impartial decisions of tho solo umpire (Mr. Gorard) gave every satisfaction. During some parts of the game a groat deal of wrangling and rough play was indulgod, which wo trust will not occur again. Bowral wonthotoso and elooted to dofond tho southern end. W. Oullen kicked off, and sent tho hall woll up the field, but it was smartly returned to tho eentre of the ground. Aftor somo vory fast play, the visitors gradually worked tho ball I towards th...

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 14 June 1892

CHURCH OF ENGLAND Sutton Forest. — 1st and 3rd Sundays in the month at 3 p.m. ; 2ud and 4th Sundayo in tho montii at 11 a.m. and Holy Communion ; 5th Sunday at 3 p.m. Moss Vale. — 1st and 3rd Sundays in the month at 11 a.m. nnd Holy Communiou ; every Sunday at 7.30 p.m. Bcndanoon. — 2nd and 4tli Sundays in the month at 3 p.m. : 5th Sundays in* the month at 11 a.m. and Holy Communion. Exeter — Wednesday (on or before full moon) 7.30, Hollythokpe (Cross Roads — Thursday (on or bo fore full moon) 7.30 p.m.. — Rev. A, G. Stoddart;: Bong Bong (Christ Church) — Divinu Service every Sunday morning at 1 1 a.m.; Mount Aohfoy (St. Thomas) — Every Sunday at 3p.m. ; Addrc33 to children first Sunday in month ; choir practico every Wednesday at 7 p-ui. Yarrunga—Second Sunday in every month at 3 p.m. All oeata aro free. — W. A. Leooh, B.A. Holy Trinity, Beiuuma. Birrima, every Sunday at 11 ; second andfourth undays in the month at 7. Jtev. G. Sheppard, B,A. Cr »S3 Roads, first aud third Sunday at ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 14 June 1892

It is reported that Ohiaahaa despatched a large force to the Pamir. Mr. Dibb3 haa had a long interview with Sir Saul Samuel. Ho will meet Lord Lnuts ford on Tuesday, whoa it ia intended to disouss all tho objects of liis mission. In reference to Ur. Dibba' statement, reported by cable, that personally ha was not favourable to tho proposed conforonoo on coloured labour, Mr. Barton considers that the statement would not huvo beon made had Mr. Dibbs been in possession of all the facts surrounding the position and tho develop ments that havo taken place since his departure. The Fabian tactics of tho adherents of Mr. Blaine in tho Notional Ropublic Con tention are irritating to the part of President Harrison. Collisions ? have tafeon place between the street paradea of tho rival parties. Sir Richard Temple, M.P., advises that n British proteotorate bo proclaimed ovor those of the Pacific iolando wherein tho kanakas intended for Queensland are to bo recruited. Sir James Garrbk has written...

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CATHOLIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 14 June 1892

CATHOLIC. °5? X?1r9'30 a''». and 7.30 p.m. ; Sutton Forest 11.— J. Walsh.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 14 June 1892

To Overcome Weakness.— Pepper's Quinine nnd Iron Tonic gives new life, appetito, health, atccngth, energy. Cures neuralgia, indigestion, nerve debility. Specially useful in hot, depressing climates or malarious districts. Everyone ohould keep up strength by taking Pepper'o Quinine, the world-known English tonic. Bottleo everywhere. — Advt. Public Notice.— Mr. Sibert, photographer, thanks tho public for their kind patronage, and regrets to inform thenvthat hi3 studio will close in a few weeks owing to the cold weather and his health failing, and in order to work- up all his stock and materials on hand has greatly reduced the prices. Cabinet size — 15s per dozen, 9s per half-dozen; C.D.V. size — 10s Cd per dozen, 6s 6d per half-dozen. So those requiring first-class photographs will do well to lose no time. Miss this chance and you may never, never, never gei another ! I ! Large stock of picture frames and mouldings cheap. Sibert's Photo Studio, Bowral, will positively close in a few w...

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PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 14 June 1892

?nnESHV^TlTATS'. Moss Valo 11 ; Hurrawang 3 ; Sutton Forest 7.30 — Rov, Boswell Berry, M.A.

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