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School Examinations. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 17 June 1892
School Examinations. School oxaminitiono aro, to n groat extent, parrot - liko or mochanieal performances. Tho maotor or mio'.rooo. ao tho caoo may be, goto to know, by o::pnrionco tlio naturo of tho quootiono likoly to bo put, aud - upon thoso particular pointo tho childron aro ground up day aftor day, with littlo thought or enro of thoir undorfitanding* Tho rosult in mirinnn. »? A f.nminn in flm Innrl I according to ono bright youth, io whnt mado tao Towor of Pioa lean ; and ' 'coo tho poon io co chnngin'' io tho lonoon why it io of a difforont gondor from tho sun. Tho inquiry ' What comos nest to man in thn scalo of boing?' got for an answer ' hio oliirt.' A young otudontdoclavod that 'whon food io owallowcd, it paosos through tho windpipo and that ' tho chylo flows up tho middlo of tho back-bone and roschoo tho heart, whero it moots tho oxygon r.nd io purifiod.' Another oayo ' tho work of tho heart io to ropair tho difforont organa in about half a minute whilo still another cram...
Mess Vale R.R. Corps. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 17 June 1892
'U2C33- Vale D.E. (Don'ips* ?A meeting of tho committee was held at Mr. F. Wotton's residoaco on Monday, livening lost. Present— Iiliosts. E. H. 3' or- vis (chair), F. Wotton, H. Lambert, and I). Clifford. .'The following accounts wero pansod for payment Treasurer, £l 18s Cd ;,seorotary, $1 16a lid; carriago oi ammunition, £1 4b 9d. A letter trom tno Military otau vmw 10 members belonging to two corps was received. - The date of next shooting for Hon. H. E. Kater'a i trophy was fixed for Saturday, June 18th. ' j It Avas decided that tho sum of £li- be ex pended in prize shooting for the ensuing quarter ; and that tho sum of £4 10s , in addition to Mr. Lambert's trophy of £1 10s., be given to members competing in three special monthly shootings during the ensuing #itinr*pr. Prizes £2. 2nd £1 10s;, 3rd £1, 4th I5s., 5th 10s., 6th 5s. ; entrance 6d each shooting. . The July monthly prize shooting takes place on Saturday, July 2nd, and Wednesday July 6th, and the first stngo of the quar...
Burrawang Reserved Rifle Company. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 17 June 1892
Blurmwsitig CSeseirvcdl HSIfilo ? ? ' (C«B!5|iir.-Hyo On Saturday afternoon last a match between the married and singlo membero of the company was shot off on tho local range. The weather was fine, with a otifi south westerly wind. There was only a small attendance of members, and the match rasulted in a win for tho benediots by I1! points. A meeting of tho committee of tho Burra wang'Fifie Company was hold at Kuhn s hotel in the evening: Present : — Captain Allen (in the' chair), 8. Hayter. - W. H. Eudge. M. J. Seory, and A. K. Yunge. 'That Mr. J- Tindalo acted ao secietary in the absence of Mr. Lawlor. DJiuuteo of the two previous meolinga were read and confirmed. A letter waa read from Capt. Bouverie. with reference' to presidents and secretaries of rifle compouies forwarding documents promptly back to headquarters after uecea flarv signaturea had been attached thereto ; referring to slinks 'for rifles, tho same not to exceed 47 inches the full length, aud olings 44 inohes in len...
Masonic Installation. LODGE HARMONY NO. 147 U.G.L., N.S.W. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 17 June 1892
' BSosonic nnatallatlon. LODGE HARMONY NO. 147 U.G.L., ; N.Q.W. Tho annual inotallation of tho officovo of thia lodgo for tho onauing yoar too!: placo in tbo Manonio Hull, Moc3 Valo, -on Friday afternoon )aot. Hioro woro about 40 present.' Bro. H. Bniloy performed tho ceremony of inatnllinf* tho Worohipful Mastor. Bro. E. H. Warron,. vrho inotnllcd tho following iQ thoir rcnpoctivo ofiicoa : — Bro. Dr. Baroroft, S.W. ; Bro. H. Eichnril Bon. J.W.-; Bro. 0. Taylor, SD. ; Bro. C. 0. Gale, J.D ; Bro. I. S. Pondor, tronauror; Bro. H. Bailoy, cocrotnry ; Bro. L. Snmuol, 1.G, ; Bro. J. Haddin, 0 9.; Bro. A. Salmon, director of coromomoo ; Broo. E. Aland and E. Goodridgo, ntovrarda. Tho TO. ? 1....C..1 ? /T- ? ? rr -NT |-UIUIU[||U1 muuiur V-uru' J_i. 11. Thrnsliy) wao votod and prenonted with a. P.M.'b jowol. in token o2 tho groat rognrd ho io held by tho brothron of tho lodgo. In the evening n bnnquot wan ;-ivon, tho W K.; Bro. R. B. Warron, prosi/ling. Thoro vao a largo attondnnco, includ...
The Poor Young Wife. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 17 June 1892
The S'oor Toim;? Wif« ? shb said, hesitatingly, ijs/^lia poised hot- basket in front of hei pietty clnn, with a thoughtful air, ' to getfaouie lettuce^ ' Yeb'm,' said the market m in here s so'niaf very nice it'is too.' \ 'Is it all that colour.' - . ? all InH^nno ic mppn VOU know.' T ? ' Oh, of course, but it's too bad. I got a _ lovely blue dish to put lettuce in,. but !m. sure given would , look hoiriblc |n it.# I never thought about there not being nny shades, you know ' ? ? . ? - 'And as she turned nway. the. market liiijn was almost sure ho saw a tem of dibappoint infcnt in her eye. ?
Local Land Board. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 17 June 1892
Unocal iLaMjl Gonrtll. Tho following canes aro cot down for hcarin'ff L tho next mooting of tho abovo board, to be hell at SOS:-'00' U°' Val°' 0n ri''«C,Juno ' Bimioni° A' Cordcaux' 0 P U1-31, 80 acres, Wingclb. j0hU MolIaIlon' 0 1 92-1, 150. acre's, Murrimba^'''1'11 Tam°' C P 01'27' 140 a°™ ? ?0:®i-h Aldora, c p 92-11, 320 acres. Josepli Alders e 1 92-8, 0G0 acres, Bangodilly. FrcdcricIc. Y. Cashnrn, re a 1 C900, 410? acres Nundialla 03 to conditions; acres, John Eobcrt Ca6burn, re ol 10027 Nundialla, aa to conditions. . '-310 acres, wfngdloB:,XtCr F1Ct°hCr' 0 P 91-14' 100 aorcs, John Pollens, o 1 01-10, 150 acres, Bumballa. Robert Hairis, c p 91-15, 50 aer#?s, Wiucello to substitute improvements for fencing 8 dancon!' Larkin- flcn'- 0 .P *2-12, 68 acres, Bun C1°Ut' ?°'I Th'mas Conlan, re o n a^to conditions'. a'J ° 1 6M4, 40 dfeSr^^175 w~u». Thcuiau Ellsmore, re o p 85-38, 85 acres, Nun. uialla a-i to conrlitions. ' Thoinas Ellsmore, re c 1G175. C4J acres Knn dialla, as to conditi...
The Bible. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 17 June 1892
? ? .- .? . . Tho Bible ! The Bible contains 3,5(55,480 letters,. 773,746 words, 3i;i73 verses, 1,189 chapters, and 66 bv.oks. The word 'and^_ occurs 46.277 times, tlio word ' Lord' 1,853 times. The woid '-rovoi'eiKl'ioi:cuib but oticc, ^ Inch is in the 9th verse of the 1 1 1th Psalm. -Th® middlo verse ;is the b'h verfae of the 118tJi Psalm. The 2 1 st. vers'? of ti'e 7 th chapter Of Ezra contains all the letters of tho alphabet except 'J.' The 19th chapter of tlio . II. Kings and 37 tli chapter of Isaiah an; alike. The longest verso is the -!jth veiseof tho Qtli chapter of Esther. The sluitist \eise is. tho 35th verso of the 1 lth eliaptu of -5t. John. There nrc no words or nann-s of liioro than six syllables.
Bundanoon. MUTUAL IMPROVEMENT CLASS. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 17 June 1892
HBmcfenooEu (From Our Correspondent.) Mutual Improvement Class.- * The Mutual Improvement Class held a very successful evening on their usual meeting nicht ? subject Republicanism v. Monarchy, which after debate a verdict wao given in favour of tho former by a majority of six. Mr. O. Scharcr held the position of speaker,. Air. Cameron premier, and Mn \y. A. Nicholas, leader of tho opposition. A varied programme is on the cards for next Monday evening, wnen they expect a good roll up. Vegetation for Chicago. Mr;,rPo?!!cr'4h.° Government Eepresentativo for tho Worlds Fair,- has been up searching for specimens of ferns lie found como good ones, which Sir. w. A. Nicholas kindly undertook to havo them placed on tho trucks, a rather difficult un dertaking conoidcing the weight of each one between eight and ten hundredweight ; however he was successful with a team of bullocks and 4 men to get cix oplendid specimens of tho ' Todra Itobasta, on tho truck. It is a great pitv tho hints thrown ...
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 17 June 1892
t'lio smallest perfect nohiovomont 10 lioblor thm tho giandest futluro. :? Tho chief cankor at tho root of women's lives is tho waut of oomotliinK to do. — --r . ? Pleasure is tho moro ncciuont of our being, find work its natural aud mo3t ..lioly necosbuy. ? ? ?: Thoso only can find true friends wno havo it thcuiselves tho will and cuuucity Jo bo such.' - Accustom yoursolt always to look at the bright sido of thmgs, aud uovor muko o hwa about trifles. ; v! When you shut tho door of hopo of any human soul, you may at onco gi\o .up nil tlinnco of its- reformation. : , Wisoangor is lilio hro from tho flint; thoro is great ado to biin^ it out , and .whfln - it does oomo it is out ngam immedmtoly. ... Edith : ' I wondor why tho dudes wear one oyoglass ?' Doboiali . -l To provont see'lig moro tbau tlioy nro ablo to compre hend.'. Time, tho only mortal gitt boatowei equally on every living uoul, and. excoptmg tho soul, tho ouly inortnl loss which is totally irio trievable. Evorv mau'a 3ucc...
The Road to the Bundanoon Gullies. (To the Editor) [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 17 June 1892
TSae IlSoM iliac ODsnimdnBioon CnflSllflCfl. (To the Editor J Sir, r-Kiudly allow mo through tho medium of your valuable columns to corrccta mistaken idea of tho local politiciuuu of Bundauoon, or rather the members of tho Progress Committee. Aohorttimo ago a petition was got up by this body with the uiugular hcudiug ' The one ruad to the Gnllies.' Now, Mr. Editor, ono of the first questions asked by a visitor to this towu is ' Where ore your gullies, and which aro the roads to them. Well, the members of the committee hare the audacity to oay this is the road, viz., leading from the station in continuation of tho Sutton Forest road right on down Constitution Hill (as it is called) to where?— to ju3tafew views compared with others. Sir, I maintain (having seen them all), and defy tho Pro greiS Committee to contradict that there aro several other roads of a superior character, and a larger eeric3. Where oncpcreou would tako the only road fivo would tako another. Just to mention ono or...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 17 June 1892
Special AdverjaseimaeiratfD. | m!S|U/v'^le'P j Qpholetoror, Fronoli Poliolior, Pioloro ? Ifrmncr. C:.c. A LARGE Stock of Furniture, Bedsteads and Bedding, Carpets, Matting, Linoleum, Door ^ ? Mite, &c-, always on hand. Spring Holler aud Venotian Blinds, made and fitted cr repaired. - COMMERCIAL BANKING' J COMPANY. -s-xp ci.\ ,-:r.c;.7: Established 183-1. Incorporated 1848. Head OdOC -.C-iKoitoc Struct, -Sydney. o ? CAPITAL ? — 'GOO, 000 RESERVE FUIID ... ... 3070,000 Rrserve ron Equalisation of j Dividends ? '150,000 j Monoy reccivo^ at Interest .'.n :1 all other usual ( Backing Business transacted. I . E. liVEKARD ROW,, Manaoek, nose VALE LRAITCH. W, H, PALING ¥cft7 Established 1853! ~ Incom'on.vrr.D 1883. ? Solo Agents for PIANOS by Steimvay and Sono, Julius Fcurioli, Uchcl and Lechleiter, Carl Ecke, The Victor, Tho Belling ; nnd for tho world-renowned ESTEY ORGANS nnd Boonoy'n Rraon Band Instruments. Universal Providers of PIANOFORTES, ORGANS, - MUSIC, and MUSICAL INSTRUM...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 17 June 1892
AUCTION SALE ; h of Furniture, Double-Seated Buggy? Spring Oar!;, fe : n ouiii' O' AS received instructions from Mr. Hollowny rl (who is removing to Grafton) to cell by ouc ion on THURSDAY AFTERNOON NEXT (23rd uuc), His Household Furnituro and E(Tcct:j.i ,-A Further particulars next iosue. £ ^ Pianoforte Tuning. M'ESSRS. W. H. PALING & CO., Limited, beg to announco that a first-docs TUNER from Jicir JSstabliahnient v/ill bo in MOSS VALE during io::t v, -eel:, nnd will visit tho surrounding district Jrdoro addressed to Mr. I. II. Maries, Post-ofiico dens Vale, will rcccivc prompt attention. W. H, PALING & CO., Ltd., 333 Gcorpc-otrcct, .Sydney. Piano, Organ, and Music Importers. NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS AND COR RESPONDENTS. 1 All Business Correspondent or Lcttcro intended for insertion in 'The Scrutineer' nliould bo addressed to tho Editor or Manager.
A Funny Game. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 17 June 1892
A FGMiilBy (Same. A fow friends mot tho other night in a Newtown ntoro to spend a joyial ovening, hut as they wero all teetotallers aud nono ot thom drank anything otrongcr than Clements Tonic, drunkenness wn3 out , of tlio (Uiestion. Mao proposed a game at euohro,_ and Jones said they lmd bettor play for something just to givo tho gamo an interest and mako it lively, but times wero hard, so tlioy did not care to play for monoy. Smith, however, spied u box of Fletcher's bilious and liver pills, and nro. posed that cach time a man WC3 beaten bo nliould tako a pill, and this mado tho panic lively and tho fun was fast nnd furious. Simpson swallowed fivo, Jonc3 got away with four aud Smith nnd Hopkins two cach nnd Mao got off oeot frco. Tlio gamo terminated by a general exodus at 3 a.m., for Dr. Flotchcr'o pills novor labour in vain. They aro tho best and mildest pills mado and aro uold by nil chomiatu and druggists cverywhoro ; being a p03i tlvo, cafo and i-olliiblo ouro for constipati...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 17 June 1892
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 17 June 1892
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A Bit Mixed. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 17 June 1892
' A Bit SMxqiil. '..'rt.r/;K'..'j ' 'If you stick a stick acro'ss a stick- - ? Or stick a cross across n. stick - Or cross a stick across a stick . ' Or stick a crops across a cross , -tlsB ur;CUlM 11 Ul'Uaa huium c. ....... Or stick a crossed sticlc across a stick, i -Or.stidk ' a crossed stick across, o grossed . ' . Stick , ? '? Or cross a crossed stick across a cross,. Or cross a crossed stick across a slick i - ^ Or cross a crossed stick across a croSS' » . stick;. ' ' ti Would that be an acrostic 1
What Religion Isn't. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 17 June 1892
.vfi What fficDi^ion Isn't. Tt ;isu't. going to churoli to sco whftt tbo pc6pjo' WRur, or to tiud fuult with tlio preacher. ?' It isn't running into debt for tilings you don't need nntl never p;iy Cor thorn. - }:-f It isn't giving :iv/r.y n'^rc.it doiil of money publicly, simply thsit the people may speak well ol you. - - It isn't slaying iiv.'iiy from chutcli when vou know a snnciul collection is U'oins to bo . tn!;en. It isn't leiiviiif; one chuccli nnd goiilg to another wlienevei' you i!o not llLu the prcnclicr. : It isn't reading go many clnvptcis n tiny ol' otiying one prayer over nnd over. : ??It isu't nitling in tlio house and looking solemn, nnd refusing to eat anything cooked on Sunday. . . It isn't putting all tlio big sound tipples on the top of the measure and the littlo nnd rotton oiiC3 011 the bottom. . It isn't telling other [people wlwt (o do in pmyei1 meeting, and lotting tho devil tpll you what to do in business matters. , . It isn't wliippiug your boy foi smoking ...
THE S.C. & W.C. CO-OPERATIVE COMPANY'S PRICE LIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 17 June 1892
THE S.C. & W.C. CO-OPERATIVE COMPANY S PRICE LIST.'. f ???' 'i ?'* ' ? Sydney, June 8tli, , ? v £ s. d. £ b. d, Butter (factory); purflb \.C, 0 ! 1 - 6! to' -0! 5 1 Do. 1st quality (dairy) ... 0 13 0 14 Do. 2nd „ „ ... 0 0 8 0 0 10, Bacon, hand cured // jj, i 6 j 1 5 0J Do. machine cured ' - ... 0'; 0 5 ' 0 0 0 Hams, hand cured ... 0 0 0 ,0 0 8 Do. maehiric cured ... 0 0, -5 1 -; ; 0; i0- 0^ Cheese, Ut quality ... 0 *0 6J ' ' 0' 0 0' Do. 2nd aud inforior ... 0 0 4 0 a 5 nonoy por Hi. 0 0 3 0 0*4 PiKB, eaeli ? 0 17 0 1 15 0 Cnh-es ... ... ... 0 0 0 0 O-O' Hides per lb ? 0 0 1} 0 0 2} Calfskins, eash ? ... .0,0 0- 0 ,-1 0 Flour ? ... 0 0 0 12 10 0 Do. 2nd ? 0 0 0 12 5 0 Maize, per bush ? 0 2 10 0 3 0 Wheat (chick) , ...- , 0 0 0., 0 4 0' Barley (Eng.), per hush. '-fi 0 Oi' 0 3 9 Do. (Cape)?. J : i 0' 05'0i 0 3 5 Bran... , 0. Ov.Ol 0 1 4 Oata (seed)-... ... ... 0 2 8 » 0 3 0 Do. (feed).., ... ... 0 2 7 0 2 8 Onions, |Kir tou' : !4 ' 0.' 0/. ,41/5 \ Of I Hay, oaten,;. 1 M. ' *:'...
St. John's C. off E. Sunday School Entertainment. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 17 June 1892
§fe. JJofeu's -D. of B Sunday gcliool EutcrtaiiiniBiiiiciiM. Unfortunately the weather was again unkind on Wednesday last when the S. John's Sunday School gavo a repetition oi tho scrvico of song .entitled ' Little Dot.' Owing to the rain and the coldness of the evening, and tho prevalence of colds and coughs, tho audicnco was smaller than cu the last occasion, but this performance wao rcceivcd with, if rmufMnr/ m.ioli moro nntlmcn.n, thnn tlio tiroh being rendered even more excellently than that of last week. Tho swcotnos3 and precision ol the young voices in tho various musical pieces was ex-, ceediugly pleasant to listeu to. While tho children and their teachers, with Mr. Row (who again read the story of ' Little Dot') wero rcsponaiolo for tho major portion of tho entertainment, three or four ladies and gentlemen also- increased the cvouing'n amusement by contributing several songs. That clever pianist, Miss Reed, of Bowral, proved a very efficient accompanist, and Mr. Hodgo ably...