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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 14 June 1892
Tho eharaetor-sketoh in tlio current issue of the Straw of Reviews gives a chat with Mr. Gladstone by Mr. Stead. Finally Mr. Stead asked what Mr Gladstone regarded as tho greatest hopo for thn future. Mr. Gladstone paused for a time, not rightly understanding the question. Tin n tho Grand Old Man said gravely, -1 should say wo must look lor that to tho maintenance of faith in tho Invisible. That is the great hope of tho future ? it is the mainstay of civilisation. And by that I mean a living faith in a personal God. I do not hold with 'streams of tendency.' After CO years -f publio life I hold moro strongly than ever 'o thin conviction, deepened and strengthened by lone ex. penence of the reality, aud tho nearness, and tho personality of God.' To Daiucen Grev Haib. — Lockyer's Sulphur Hair Restorer is the quickest, best, safest coate less, effects more than any other. The color wo 13 ™03t natural. Lockyer's sulphur is the only English hair restorer universally sold.— Advt ? EAII!' B...
F. L. Barker & Co's Report. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 14 June 1892
P. Ei. DBapIseE' (Uo.'s DSp.port. Sheeksking — Market steady at late rates. Drv full woolled, 4J;d to 4Jd ; medium, 3Jd to 4d : pelta and shorts, 2Jd to 3d por lb. Green skins, 25d to 37d ; medium, 20d to 2!d ; pelts, Id to 18d each. Hide3. At Friday's sale tho market showed a further decrease m values. Quotations : Best extra heavy and primo, 2Jd to 2Jd ; good heavies 2Jd to ol '°™,?lllyand ,''oppy heavies 2d to2Jd j medium 2d to 2Jd ; dry 1 Jd to 2,-Jd per lb. . Bark.— Market unaltered. Superior chopped up to £8 ; medium qualities £0.'to £7 (is. ; inferior £-2 5s. to £4 por ton. '
Land Court. (Before Messrs Oliver, president, and Freeman). [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 14 June 1892
Liiiul Court. | ? (Buforo Me^ara Olivor. prosidont, nt.d : i.;.-..: , Freeman). John Jnmea Wnltoru, of Moss Valo, npimnlotl ngoin^t tho Ijiiding of tlio local land board in rcapoct of lua conditional purchaso No. 84 7, Pictnu, tornmrlv J. 11. Mooto. Tiio mnttei- linn Ijeon lictwcon tlio cnurta ond land bonrd for tlio past ihreo yonrs. Tho papors in tlio -jnr,o are very voluminous, tho onil ovidonco uloiio occupyinR about 80 pages of-typuwritton iiianu.xi'ip'. Tlio last time ? ? 1,.„.,1 l.nnrd- n. (Incision was annio to ' iliut '10()n contained in comlitiomil purchnso 3-1 11 novor was ?impvovod lo tlio vnluo of £'^00 ; t lint 45Ja Contnined in couditioiml purchnso 84 7 no^er wero improved ; tlint J. II. Tilooro became tlio cbnciitionnl iiui elmcoi- of this land wiljx at Inot nn implied nf;iGomeiit to permit another person (o nrquiro tlio lond entered into rt tlio tHo ho mado application for tho land. ' In thonbsohco or any diroct evidence Avo cannnt como to n decision ns to whether i...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 14 June 1892
^kc Scrutineer. TERMS: _ Subscription' 2/6 per quarter prepaid ; 3/- if booked ; oharged only from tho time of commcncing. Quarters end March 31, Juno 30, September 30, Bocoinber 31, at which periods only can aubaoribor* docltno by giving a week's noticc iu writing diroct to tho officc — not through a local collector — and paying to tho then running quartor. Advertisements — oi less than oue inch, 1/- tor the tirot two linca and 3»1. per line after; longer advertisoment3, 3 /? for the first inch and 1/G for every snhsequcnt inch. A liberal reduction tnadc for standing advertisements. _ Advertisements o births, matriages, and deaths, if cent by post, must bo authenticated by the signature of some person known at tho oflico, or they will not be inserted, ? Advertisements will be received up to 6 p.m. on flay of publication. Tho number of insertions should bo written on tho face, or tho advertise ments will be continued till countermanded. Orders for withdrawing, altering, or changing ...
THE S.C. & W.C. CO-OPERATIVE COMPANY'S PRICE LIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 14 June 1892
TU15 S.C. & W.C. CO-OPERATIVE COMPANY 8 ' PRICE LIST. . „ ?. Sydney,' June 8th,- a 1. ? -1. ; ?. £ . .b. i d : Butter (factory), :per lb: .. . 0 15 to O 1.6. . . ; D0.1 letquahtyi(dairy) :0; 13 ? . 0 -lv 4 Do. 2ml - „ „ 0 0 8 -0 0 10 Bac0n, ll3tid 0iired ?; .... . 0 0 0' : 0 -0.7' :-Do. .lnachmo curcd ; 0 0 5. -. 0 0. - 0 1 ; : - 1. Hams,' hand cured -. . 1 ..... -. 0 iO, 0-.' 0 0' 8 - Do machiiio cured 0 0 0 0 0 6 Chceao,:ltt quality .-?? i;i--...ir-0: '0 .5 x r O O 6' ? Do; .-2iul aud inferior- 1.. -0: 0; 4 : ? ' ? i 0 Q: u Honey per lit. ; -....- 0 0 3 . i- 0 0 . 4 . Pigs, each 0 17 0 115 0 Calves-! ' : :..?? ?? ..: 0 . 0 :0 ' 0 0 0 Hide per lb . 0 0 14 0 0 2^ Calfskins, each .... -? ? ?...?? : 0 0 . 9 »' 0 I J- : . Flour . ..0 0 0 12 10 0 Do 2nd 0 0 0 12 5 0 Maine, pel' Iniah/, . 10 ? 0 3 .0 Wheat (cluck) , .... 0 0 0 0-4 0 Barley (Lug,), per bubh . ... 0 0.0 ' .0 ? 3 --9 Do (Cuou) ' . . 0 0 0 0 ' 3 5 Bran ? ? -0 - 0 -? 0. . '-..0 ? 1 .-4. ? Oats (need) 0 2 8 0 3 0 Do (i...
FOLEY BROS.' PRICE-LIST [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 14 June 1892
FOLEY HROS.' PlilOE-LIST : -; Sydney, June 8th ? £ s -tl~. ? £ t 4 Biutei1, Factory,' per lb- i.i . 0 . O ytO to 0 1: 0 Butter. Dairy ...' 0 0 0 0 1 4 liicoa, hand-cured . - ? :0 0 CJ 0 0 71 Cliecso *0 0 '3 0 -6 Eggs, per doz. ... ... 0 1 7 0 1 8 Pigs, per Hi ? ... 0 0 4 0 0 '4J Calves, each .... ? ... 0 , 0 0- . ~ 1. 6 0 Honey, per lb 0 0 3 0 0 4 Fowls, per pair ... ... 0 2 8 O 3 6 . Ducks ... 0 2 6 0 3 8 Geeso ... ? 0 5 0 0 8 6 Turlieyn .... 0 7 0 0 9 0 Maize, per bus ... . ... Ov; 2 10i- -0 3 0 Wheat ... 0 4: 0 0 6 0 Oats, feed 0 2 4 0 2 6 Barley, Capo . . 0 .3 6 0 0 0 Flour, par ton- - ... -... 12 0-0 32 10 0 Hay, luccrno ... 3 0 0 3 10 0 Do, oaten... ... .. 4 0 0 .4 10 .0- Potatoes ... ... 3 10 0 ? 4 0 .0 Onions ... ? 3„10 _0 T„.. 4_ 0 0_ - . .
That Picton Land Appeal Case [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 14 June 1892
Tluit IPIctom Iharad Appeal Case The court delivered its reserved judgment on Friday in the appeal of J. J. Walters, Moss Vale, against the finding of the local land board in respect to his conditional purchaso No. 83-1 1 and additional' conditional purchase No. 84-7 l'icton (formerly J. A. Moore). The court, in tho course of a lengthy' judgment, which occupies ono and a half columns in last Saturday's Horning Herald, ordered the appeal to be dismissed, without costs, and the dODOsit to ho rfifnrtrlnrl ? On the evidence, the Court upheld the finding of the local land board with Regard to the evidence of bona fides, and tho finding of the board that Moore became the conditional purchaser of this land, with at least an implied agreement to permit another person to acquire tho laud, entered into at the time lie made application for tho land. Tho Court waa of opinion, if that finding is properly befoie it, which may bo doubted, that the evidence raises at least a very strong suspicion t...
Berrima District Cottage Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 14 June 1892
IIBeH'riBMEL EDIaifcrSefc Cottage HflospM. A meeting of the committee of this hospital was hold last Friday afternoon, the following gentle men being present Messrs. P. H. Throsby (in tho chair), J. Piggott, G. George, C. Bennett, H. C. Rose, Dr. Fisher, H. M. Oxley, H. W. Edward?, J. Holmes, Dr. Wilson, A. B. Young, and Rev, Leech. A letter from tho Board of Health, stated that fcllft Rllhqirltr fm* loof „„„„ UnA W suggested^ that tho committee should reconsider their decision in reference to the admission of infectious cases. Received. An account of £29 2s 4d, was passed for nav* ment. * . The receipts for the month were £20 IQj. The present credit balanoo being £497 15s 2d. A vote of thanks wao accorded to J. Ah Mov for his subscription of £0. On tho motion of Messrs. George and Bennett the matron's salary was raised to £/0 per annum.^ Messrs. Rose and Piggott were appointed a visiting committco for the ensuing month,
A Funny Game. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 14 June 1892
A Cunuy (Kaine. A few friends met the other night in a Newtown store to spend a joyial evening, but as they wore all teototallore and none ot them drink anything stronger than Clemonts Tonic, drunkenness was out of tho question. Mao proposed a gamo at euchro, and Jones said they had hotter play for something just to givo the gamo an interest and mako it lively, but times wero hard; so they did not care to play for money. Smith, howoVer, spied a box of Fletcher's bilious and liver pills, and pro posed inas cacn time a man was beaten he should tako a pill, and this mado tlio gamo lively and tho fun wao fast and furious. Simpson swallowed five Jonc3 got away with fuur and Smith and Hopkins two each and Jlac got off scot free. Tlio game terminated by a general exodus at 3 a.m., for Dr. Flotchor'a pills ncvor labour in vain. They are tlio be3t and mildest pills mado and arc sold by all chemists and druggists everywhere ; being a posi tive, safe and roliablo cure for constipation, liver c...
Bowral Police Court. (Before F. R. Wilshire, P.M., Friday last.) [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 14 June 1892
DBwv/raH Mice (Donart. (Betoro F. R. Wilshiro, P.M., Friday last.) John Curran, charged with indecent behaviour, ? did not appear when called. Warrant to issue. Frank Raward, charged with having allowed two horses to otray in tho otrcots, in contravention of tho municipal by-laws, was fined 5b, and 5s. 6d coots. Ono of the ea3C3 was withdrawn, defendant having explained that tlio horses wero put in the paddock on tho previous cAening. A. W. Burg, charged with allowing three head of cattle to stray on the otrcots, waa fined for ono beast, 5s, and os Gd costs, the other two chargos being withdrawn. William Holland v/as fined 5s. and 5s 6d coats for allowing a hor&e to otray. t ^ Ferguson Wylic, for allowing a call to stray, was fined 5s, and 5s Gd costs. . George Casey was fined 5a and 6s 6d costs for a similar breach of the by-laws. SMALL DEBTS COURT. J. H. Watson v. Kinsela. Claim £A Is lid; goods sold; No appearance of defendant. Verdict for amount claimed, with costs of co...
Young Australia and Politics. (To the Editor of the "Scrutineer") [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 14 June 1892
Youmk Australia n»-l Politics. (To the Editor of (he ' Scrutineer') Sir, — The National Association has been discuss* ing the desirability of attempting to induce tho young men of the colony, espocially thoso possess ing education, to take a moro active part in political affairs, believing that by so doing they would aid in imparting a higher tone into our political life and infusing more spirit into our political action. If such a consummation be effected it would certainly tend to neutralize the pernicious influence of designing political adventurora, and by preparing our young un:ii ior uiu punciuai wuru ui the future and in stimulating the cause of healthy political progress. We should like to see tho affair3 ol this country administered by those who have a real interest in them, not by men who regard them simply ao a meana of selfaggrandize ment. Tho popular idea of government for tbo pcoplo by tho peoplo will never be realized until something'of the kind in done. But the -»ati...
BREVIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 14 June 1892
DBKI3VIA. Tho Jindiandy Dairy Company sold 35.507 galsr of milk last month, and paid suppliers 6Jd pe. gallon, Tho doctoral roll for Camden shows a increase of 249 names for tho year. Tho Berrima division is credited with 110 of theso additions. The outward passenger traffic during lost month for Bowral waa 1428. Tlio tonnage for tho same month was, inwards 771 tons and outwards 993. Thrco thousand and eighteen acres of conditional purchases nnd conditional leases wero applied for at tho Picton local land ofiico by fivo selectors. A ballot took placo for two p astures, tho result of which goes on to tho local land board for considera tion at tho next sitting. Land ha3 recently been taken up at tho Crown Lands Agent's Officc in tho Easter Division of Mos3 Vale district, county Camden, as follows t. G. Lee, Sydney, 400 acrc3, Bolanglo ; Arthur J. Briorly, 40 acres at Wingello ; Jamds Murray, of Big Hill, 50 acres at Murrimba. 3. Ruse has also taken up a conditional lease of 70 acres o...
Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 14 June 1892
ILocril dnsaeraS KTevra. Goon Templahy.— Tho mombera of tho Gordon lodq;o hold thoir uoual weekly mooN ing on Monday irool: in tho Oddfollow'a Hall, Bowrnl. Bro. O. Raward, Chief Tomplar, prooidod, and opened tho lodge in tho uounl way, about 50 boing prooont. Corroapondonco wao dealt with, throofriendo woro propoaod for momborahip, and four candidntoo woro initiatod. Xho progrnmmo for tho ovoning v?r.o ' Siatoro' oupiiao to brothora' v?hion wdd duly carriod out, nnd tho romaindor of tho ovonin,; i:oo3od ploaaantly in hormony. It vao docidod to hold tho ton and concort on tho 15th of tho month in tho School of Arto. Gouluuiiu Anglican Synod.— A opooial sosaion of tho Synod of the Piocono of Goulburn comraoncod on Wodnoodoy after noon Iftat. Tho buaineao boyond tho prosidont'a ' addrooo wqd tho olootion of a biohop. Tho Rov. A. B. Mooloy, ot Marulau, anaworod tho roll call, an alco did Mr. John M, Brnadhoad, and Mr. Oaroon aa lay represontativen from tho oamo town. New Road to Mehyla...
RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 14 June 1892
RAILWAY. Down Trains. — A mail train leavea Sydney daily (Sundays excepted) at 9 p m, Campbelltown 10.8, Pictou 10.53, Mittagong 12.12 am, Bowral 12.19, Moss Valo 12.40, arriving at Goulburn at 2.20, nnd Albury 11.55. The Melbourne express leaves Sydney daily (Saturdays and Sundays exeoptcd) at 5.15 p ni, Mittagong 8, Bowral S.8, arriving at Moss Vale at 8.20, leaves nt 8.45, arrives at Goulburn at 10.8 and Albury 5.50 am. A passenger train leaves Sydney daily (Sundays cxcopted) at 9.30 a m, Mittagong 12. 4G p m, Bowral 12.51, Mo: :; Vole 1.35, Goulburn 3.10. A tourist train lpave3 Sydney overy Saturday at 7.C5 a ni, Picton 10.15, Mittagong 11.30, Bowral 11.37, Moss Valo 12 noon, arriving at Goalburn nt I 1.40 p m. A second tourist traiu leaves Sydncv every Sntnrdav at 2.28 n m. Mittaconn5.30. Bowral 5.37. and arrives at M033 Valo at 5.50; Up Trains.— A mail traiu leaves Albury daily (Saturdays excepted) at 2. -15 p ni, Goulburn 1 a m, Moss Valo2.5J, Bowral 3,3, Mittagong 3.13, nml ...
The Royal Hotel New Building. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 14 June 1892
'Mae Koyssll Motel Blew OSuiiMfap;. All tho-' comforts of lifo in a tavern nro known. 'Ti3 bis home v.' ho possesses not ono of hia own ; And to him who haa rather too much of that ono 'Tis the house of a friend where ho'a wclcomo to run .Many of our roadoro will havo noticed that' Goodridgo'a old established Royal Hoiol, lately incourso of complete alteration arohiteoturally is fast approaching comple tion. ' We are in a position, having inspected tho edifice and soon tho plana and opacifica tions, to aay that when finally finished and tho lastcoat of varnioh on withall ' opic and span,' this hotol will vio with othor sur rounding publio buildinga, and bo quito an ornament to that part of the town where it is situated. Ocouping, without doubt, the premier position in the town, tho Royal Hotol ohould over enjoy tho rare advantage of boing tho favorito plaoo of reoort for those whoso commercial intorosto must direot and »l.n;n rnnnnmnnfn -TH,„ ia boing so groatly extended and so enti...
Local Information. POSTAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 14 June 1892
Local IJMfoiiJiiiHtion. POSTAL. Moss Vai.i:. — Mails arrive from Sydney and 1 intermediate stations daily (Sundays excepted) nt ! 12-50 a m and 2pm; Berrima nt noon and 9.30 ^ Em ; Sutton Forest at 9 p m ; No'.vra and Shoal- ! avon district;; at 1.15 am; P.obortson and! Burrawang daily (Saturdays excepted) at 2 a m ; Goulliurn and South daily (Sundays | excepted) at 2.50 a m. Mails olnso for Sydney and i intermediate stations daily (Saturday excepted) at j 9.30 p m, also hy express at 9 a m (Sundays and Mondnys excepted) ; Gonlburn aud South at 9.30 p in and 1 a in ; Nowra, Shoalhaven, Burra wang, and Robertson at '.30 p m ; Bcrriina and Sutto.i Forest nt 9.30 p m and 1.30 p m ; Meryla Wednesday and Saturday at 2.30 p.m. Letter rocoiver at railway station cleared daily at 12,30 a m ; tiio two others at 9 15 p in daily, Tho post ofliso opons from 9 a m till (i p m, and tho telegraph 1 office from 9am till S p m Post oflico opens on opons on Sundays from 9 till 10 a m for delivery of ...
Robertson. MILK FACTORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 14 June 1892
. Eobertson. MILK FACTORY. For the month of May 508G1 gallons of milkwna received nt tho Robertson factory, producing 27,057 lb?, of butter, for which the ouppliora wero paid GJjd por gallon. Wo3t Kangnloon and Warotah (East Kan^aloon) paid G$d per gallon. SPECIAL SERVICES, During last wool: opccinl 3crviceg were held at ICnngaloon by the Rev. D. T. Smith, assiotcd by the Weot Kangnloon Mioaion Band. 18 convert* waa ! tho rc3iilt of the mionion. It 13 intended to continue ; tho oervsccs next moon. A clooa mooting lino been : formed with Mr. A. Knox ao leader. CRICKET CLUD, A meeting of tho Robertoon Cricket Club was held on Saturday evening, Juno Ilth. Mr. R. G. Fcrguoon (president) oocupicd tho chair. Present Mcs3ro, H. Dennis, A. Graham, C. Stubbiugo, E. aud J. Humphries, W. Soley, J. D. Wood, R. M. Graham, A. Thorpe, J. Parmentor, W. Vanden bergh, J. Anderoon, S, Hindmarah, P. Hoyneo, J. E. WilliaLio, R. Jonea, R. dinipson, and S. J. Mo Baron (hon. occ). Tho minutes of the previo...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 17 June 1892
To Daiiken Giua- Hair.— Lacltycr'a Sulphar Hair Restorer ia tho quickest, beat, cafcct ; costs lees, effects more tban any other. The color pro duccd is moat natural. Lockyei's sulphur is tho only English hair restorer universally cold. — AnvT. A Faik, Beautiful Skin.— Sulpholine Soap gives the natural tint and pcaeh-liUo bloom of a perfcct complexion ; makes tho akin smooth, supple, healthy, comfortable. Sulpholine soap, Oil tablets; Everywhere. — Advt^ Certainly tho ueat mcuicino known is aANDlut and SONS' EUCALYPTI EXTRACT. Teat ita eminently powerful cfTctta in coughs, cclds, 'in fiiienza ; tlio relief i3 inutantenoua. In serious oasc3 and accidents of all kinds, bo tlioy wounds, burns, Ecaldings, bruises, sprains it is tlio safest remedy — no swelling — no inflammation. Late suprising eueeia ijrouiiueii m uiuu|-, u.[..iu.aja, bronchitis, inflammation of. tlio lungs, swellings,' he. , diarrhoea, dyer.ntry, diseases of tho kidneys and: urinary organo. In use at, hospitals and cli...