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The Mosquito. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 3 December 1892

_ ilie Mosquito, To expel mosquitoes, take of gum aairiphor A piece about one-third the sizo of: a hun'c '?egg, and evaporate it by plaoing it in a tin fveseel and' holding it ovor a lamp, taking oaro thai it does' not ignite. Tho smoko will Boon fill tho room and expel tho mosquitoes, and thoy. will not return, even though tho windows should bo left opeu all night. I learned tho secret of successful warfaro against theso posts when living in tho Bwampa of Louisiana, where, in summer or winter, mosquitoeo swarm. For somo yeare Jifo was unonriurablo/and no meal ooujd.tio edten in peoco. But jail at onco there wap a chango for the better. Bars ond ? eoreono wero often out of placo, but thero wao almost an immunity from ! inseots. 1 I had , just, ohangdd my colored; boy. Tub ' newcomer exploited. how.he kept tho 'orittero' away. Ho burned email pieces of gummed camphor 'on the oook otov'o, and used a seorot prepara tion he oalled.41 sudekillo/' When I married and oame to Missouri, I im...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Earth's Duration. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 3 December 1892

The Earth's Duration* The present age of the oarth has been placed by Sir William Thomson at 100,000,000 years, whilo the speculation of others have given muoh larger figures. M. Adolpho d* Acsir, who believes such estimatoe to bo greatly exaggerated, considers the lifo of tho earth in threo periods, whioh ho terms tho j l igneous or nebula etellar stadium, tho stadium of solar illumination or of organio life, and tho stadium of darkness, cold and death. The first — which began with tho detnehmont of tho terrestrial nebula from tho solar, and ended in tho formation of tho orystal-line cruBt of tho globo— he calculates from physioal laws to havo been 500,000 veara in duration. The second — comprising tho second epoob, and to oloso with ex tinotion of tbo sun, embracing the entire oyolo of geological formations— is found by geological and physical ovidonco no likely to havo a total length of 25,000,000 years, of whioh moro than half hao passed, Tho third stadium— starting from tho end...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
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Miscellaneous. The Other Side. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 3 December 1892

j* fntoscellaneous. -hohI , ' : .' [The Qthqr ' \ ; 7 . Tho posncoBor ol thot nlwh'yo haQ hia wllu about him, anil never lunp tho risk of giving' ofionoo, rio- matter ihow /pnclii/dbti'' raafona hia oompanionn may bo. ' Fef? ; pooplo really enjoy boing told that thoy aro | □□duly polo or red, thin or otoat; co, unless you can cay 'How woll yon nro looking 1' it were bettor to jniilco no remark on tho. per- sonal appeararioo ol your friend. Never toll a lady who hao on n particularly becoming gown or bonnot that oho loolto ten years younger in that than in anything yon have aeon her wear. Thot io at beBt butadubiouo compliment. . You monn it to bo flattering, but ia equivalent to eayiog, ' All your other gowno aro unbecoming and mako yoa look old.' No woman wants ono garment praised at tho espeneo ot ovory othor that obo poo cereal. Don't tell her, eithor, that it is tho moot becoming thing you bavo cvor seen her wear. That is an impcaohmont ol her taeto heretofore, though you probab...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Science. Seeing The Moon's Shadow on The Earth. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 3 December 1892

Science. ; j Seeing The di$6ii'8 'shd&tixy^o.ii I -! The EartlC . [ From Professor Todd*s articlo in the | August Century entitled 'How Man's Mea I souger Outran tho Moon,' wo quote tho j following : Tho mton'-3 actual motion in her 1 oircumtcrrestrial path io in tho neighborhood of two thousand miles in caoh hour of time. This rqlooity io somewhat greater than that of prc-j^otiles from tho best rilled guns ; but these can often bo seen throughout their wholo flight. Evidently the moon's motion, alao, io cot too great to be seen. And it con bo Rccn if all- conditions favor tho observer. Averaging a period of eomo dccadea, there aro in threo years two opportunities when this ppectaole may be Feen ; they occur only at such tirneo as tho moon passes between tho oarth nnd the sun nnd causes a total solar eclipBe. But even then it isnotoorreet to oay that the moon can be Been travelling through space. At tho time of ouch an eclipio, however, tho moon's dark shadow oweopo over the...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Queen Bee. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 3 December 1892

? 'The' Queen See. Tho province and occupation of the'qneon boo consists in laying the eggs from which originate tho prodigious multitudes that peoplo a hive. Every beo in the community is apparently awaro of this fact, and conse quently treato hor with due respect, even to tho extont of nevor turning his book upon her until, tbo hivo being overcrowded and a now queen having; beon made, a owarm is thought necessary, whon all respect disap pears, and, should sho ohow tho least reluct ance, sho is forced out to eeek new quarters with othor emigrants. Tho oreation of a queen is ono of the greatest wonders of that most wondezful of:.inoect: communities — a hive of been ; for no sooner does the old queen-.dio, mitho membero ot the community becom'o convinced that they aro ovororowded, and that a swarm ia necessary, than thoy bo gin to build ono or moro queen ceils, which ore utterly unlike the well-known hexagonal cells in whioh honey is stored or tbo brood of either workers or drones is...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Why Mummies Have Kept So Long. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 3 December 1892

ll'/ty Mummied Have Kept So Long. It is hard for thono who have always lived in a climate liko ours in this country, to realise that bodies can poeBibly be preserved anywhere for threo thousand yeara, liko tho Egyptian mummies. Two things, howevor, should bo remembered in this connection. Ono is that a religious custom required the embalming of eaoh body as soon ao possiblo aftor death, tho other io a natural phenome non consisting in tho foot that the climato of Egypt io almost positively rainless. Of tho latter Dr. KobinBonjays in hia Pharaohs of tho Bondage and tho Eroduo There might bo said to bo no showors over ia Egypt. Tho Nile river gives all tho moisture tho fields have, with its annual in undation, but this covers only tho plains ; the hillsidio aro always dry. Henoo it results that, when tho bodies of tho dead woro pro perly ombalmed, and then deposited in one of theso dry rocoptaoleo of tho rooks, bonoath the unchanging sands, thoy mie;lit bo con sidered well-niah imperi...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 3 December 1892

: . : ? ; . . Advertisements. SHOP . TO LET, adjoining Scrutineer Office ? Apply office of this paper. TO LET in MOSS -VALE tho Building ieccntly . occupied by tho Government as a Post-ofBco. Apply for particu ars to Mr. I. S. PONDER, ' F.S. & A.C. Bank, ? ? . Moss Vale. WANTED A GOOD GENERAL SERVANT. Apply at oncoto Mns. DUNN, ? Moss Vale. £1 Reward. LOST a Crcani Pony Marc, unbranded. The abovo reward will be paid on delivery to CULLEN'S HOTEL, Moss Vale. HOSPITAL SUNDAY, DECEMBER 4. The most reverend the primate will Preach nt Bong Bong at II a.m., and at Mount Ashby at 3.30 p.m. . A coach will leave Moss Vale at 10.30 a.m. ST, JOHN'S CHURCH, LIOSS YALE. THE PRIMATE Will prcach in tho above Church MIBX'ir SHJETDDA.'ff JBVIEJRJ18I®. Service commences at 7.30 pm Public Notice. I HEREBY caution tho inhabitants of Yarrunga and the aurroundiug district of Moss Vale, tlut if I hear any more of tho slanderous talk about me, that I shall prosecute them as tar as th- law will allo...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 3 December 1892

WEST 0AMDEN ADVOCATE, -AND— Berrima District Press (ESTABLISHED Is the OLDEST, LARGEST, and MOST WIDELY OIROULATIRG NEWSPAPER between Sydney and Goulburn. — . — — ;o: ? : - - ' ' SUBSCRIPTION : PER ANNUM (in advanoe) , . . . 10 0 PER HALF TEAR (in advance) ; -v' ?? 5 0 ' ; PER QUARTER (in advance) . . .. .i 26 PER QUARrER (oredit) - .. .. .. 3 0 PUBLISHED Every Wednesday and Saturday Morning. Advertising Rates Reasonable. ) U Is the Representative Paper of a Large District, and offers Spocid Advantages to Advertisers which no other local paper can give, ciroalating-as it does extensively among the leading residents, and in every farmr and ? 8eleci*r'a home in at least THIRTY TOWNS and Villgea throighont - tbo Surrounding' Di8trieli~1j the population : of which is about r ^ i ^ ? THE SCRUTINEER IS AN INDEPENDENT PAPER. FI^rapMANldL^ffUEOa PASTY. I ? O ???' ? ? ^ | ' Jobbing Department ' ^NEW TYPE is being added to the Jobbing Departmeit i order-that tKo papW itaay kOf -p abreast of t...

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Poetry. IDLE WORDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 3 December 1892

ipoeup. I IDLE WORDS. Vthy quarrel ? X«ifo is all too short, nlao 1 ; ? To Weak Vcn half a ctrand of friendships : 'ehuin; Thegoldon links of friendship or of lovo, . v ? When snapped, nro ccarccly clappcd in lifo Again, 'j Why hurt ft bcari, by v:i. da whoso povrer is sting ing. Words idly opoken, lm* Lsyond recall; Whoso monotone will mill In r;-.dly ringing Within tho crvvcrnn deep 01 r:.Diory'o boll. Tho summer zephyr coflly \7oo3 tho rosea In dallUnco oucot, drinking their odourous ; br«ftth : ! ? Bat angry brcczoi rnfil - their pure beauty, Ousting ihcin cruclly to early death. 80 docs the human eoul in cenaitivo sorrow ? . Faint 'ncath tho sting of words from lipo wc love; Words which pursuo us morrow riftcr raonw, For which no healing balm falls from above. P«use, then, tro uttering such in thoughtless no* incuts, Pauio ere they fall unheeded from tho tonguo ; The road wo triad it» not o'er fall of rosea, Thorny its pathways are. Lifo in not long I Tiir'nKs.4 C*hu:ttj;. Up t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 3 December 1892

I _To'JDar!;en u ?; Hair. — Lockyor's Sulphur Hair Rearer ir, t ) | quickest,' best, safest ; costs lcsa,'fiiTec!:i mare 1 nny other. Tho color pro duced is most 1: P.1.1 ! jl. Lockycr's aulphur is tho only English hair rc^ orcr universally sold ? Ann A BiiAtTTii ';l Ski.n-,— Sulpholino Soap gives tho natural ^'i: and pench-liko bloom of a perfect complexion s\ '.hcotijonkinamooth, supplo nealthy, comforkbleXjSulpholino coop, (3d tablets Everywhoro. — Advt. Factory Butteii Maricet.— Tlio Produce JJxclmnReico-operates witl) 400,000 citizens to dispose of Factory and Dairy Butter in Sydney, ?' tjie nearest and best market.— U/-WKKN Sussex stycet, Sydney

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Novelist. The Rajah's Vengeance. A STORY OF INDIA. CHAPTER III.—CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 3 December 1892

Novelist. The Rajah's Vengeance.! A STORY OF INDIA- : By. fr e derick M. I)EY. ? « j ? ? CHAPrEU lH.--CosrisfBU. While soemingt^lraul^ah^conndontrwith mo, } there were somo points upon which ho was ex tremely reticent. Ho told mo that ho belonged to ono of tho IUjpootran sects, nnd was allied to the house of a powerful IUjih who only remained friendly with tho British rulo so long as it left him nndisturbo 1 in hU own possesions. Tho Jtajah Nahmanha was a direct desc-ndant of a long lino of princes, and, according to Simrha'c description, was marvellously rich, proud ao Xittclfer, arrogant and crucl. His domain was of largo extent, aud was situated in tho district Jmown as Odoypore. 4 Can you tell mo,' I asked of Simrlia, 4 it you havo ever kuown of & Hindoo, prince called Havana?' 4 Yes, sahib,' ho replied. Tho Hajuh Havana wa» the father of tho llojah Nahmanda/ It was only my strong eelf-control and power to suppress sudden emotions, which prevented mo from leaping to my f...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
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Proverbs of Veterninary Reformers. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 3 December 1892

Proverbs of Vcteminary Reformers, 'Avoid blood-letting and poisons, for they are powerful depressors of tho vital energies. Thero ore two medical fulcra— reason and experience. Experienoo pre cedes, renaon follows; henco, reasoning not founded on experience avails nothing. Ho who euros by simples need not seek for com puuuuu. ? t II1UUUV. 'The physician destituto of a knowledge of plants can never properly judgo of the power of a plant,' — Whitlaw. 'The vegetable kingdom is the moatnoblo in medioinQg.'— Ibid. Innocent medioinea which approach as near to food as possible, preserve health, while chemical compounds destroy it Hcroio medicines (auoh aro antimony, copper, cor rosive sublimate, lead, opium, hellebore, arsenio, belladonna) aro liko tho uword in the handd of a madman. 'Naturo unassisted by art oomotimco eSeots miracloD.'— -Whitlaw. 11 It ib the part of a wise physician to fleoline prescribing in a loefc case.' — Ibid. Whenever there id froo, full circulation of blood there ...

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Nature. Wonders of the Sea. Facts About Sea-Urchins, Star-Fish and Other Queer Creatures. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 3 December 1892

. watiire?; _ -^-1 ; j ' ; / j ITPondcrs oj j the Sea* frflots About Scn-Urahino, Btar-Fieh and - i 1 ? Other -'Qacor Croaturco. ' 14 m not ourprininp that tho man of science, living in a world of wondera, gor.ing Dlwtvy's cngerly through tho mioroscope.or telescope, ehoald differ from tho common folk whoso eyes look out languidly upon lifo -through a natural or corrective leno. The naturalist paitioularly, amid tho mnrveln of field, forest, ownrap and chore, finding oti mulna every doy to hia wornhip of the great rayfctery, rcverto to the fcelingnol childhood. Ilia supremo eenco of the nublime felt m tho contemplation of the clarified thouaando no .cepniblo to him among the infinito milliono of living things— thin eeneo ia never jaded. 'Man may bo n proper, but ho io not tho only etudy of mankind ; find it ia well for uo novr and then to be na.littlo children and listen open-eyed to the oehoolmaeter telling tho thingn wo once knew but have forgotten. There io tho Bea«urchin to begi...

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Determary. Diseases in Cattle. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 3 December 1892

Petennac&yu* Diseases in Cattle. Dfldd eayo tho pathology, or doctrine of diseases is littlo understood. Many different caueca havo been assigued for disease, and as many different modes of euro havo been ail* vocatod. Wo ohall not diycus3 either tho nnciont or modern doctrines any further than wo conceivo thoy intcrfero with correct principles. In doing so wo shall endeavor to oonnno ourselves to ttu'h, reason nnd naturo. Wo entirely discard the popular dootrino that fever and inflammation are disoase. WclooU upon thorn a3 airaplo aots of the constitution— sonativo in their na ture. Then tho reader may auk, 14 Why do you recomracnd mcdicino for them?' We do not. We only prcaoribo mcdicino for the purpoao of aiding naturo to ouro the diseases of which they, (iho fever and inflammation) arc symptoms, and wo do cot expeot to accomplish oven that by medicino aloue. Ventilation, diet and fxerci&o, in -nine caFcn out of ten, will do moro good than tho destructive ononis t...

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CHURCH NOTICES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 3 December 1892

' 1 . i CHURCH NOTICES. ? --5J/.J (CnOBCH OF^fefGLAIO). Sdttok Forest.— 1st and 3rd Sundays in the month at 3{p.m. ; 2nd and 4tli Sundays in the month at 11 a.m. and Holy Communion ; 5th Sunday at 3 p.mj Moss . VALE,^-Jat '.aiid~Sr(l Sundays in the month at 11 a.m. and' Holy Communion; every Sunday at 7.30 p.m. Bundanoon.— 2nd and 4th Sundays in the month at 3 p.m. : 5th Sundays ia tho month at II a.m. and Holy Communion. Exeteii — Wednesday (on or beforo full moon) 7.30, Hollythorpe (Orosa Ronils — Thursday (on or be fore full moon) 7.30 p.m.. — Rev. A. G. Stoddart; Bong. Bong (Christ Church) — Divine Service every Sunday morning at 11 a.111.; Mount Aahby (St. ThomaB) — Every Sunday at 3p.m. ; Addresa to children- first Sunday in month ; choir practico every Wednesday at 7 p.m. Yarrunga— Second Sunday in every month at 3 p.m. All seats art free.— W. A. Leoch, B.A. -Holy Trinity, Berrima. Berrima, every Suuday at 1 1 ; second and fourth undays in tho month'at 7; \ i llev. G. Sheppar...

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RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 3 December 1892

RAILWAY. I ; DOWN Trains.— A mail train leaves Sydney daily | (Saturdays excepted) at 9 p m, Campbclltoivu 10.8, Picton 10.53, Mittagang 12.12 am, Bowral 12.19, Moss Yale 12.40, arriving at Goulburu at. 2.20, and ? Alhury 11.55. j A paper and mixed train leaves Sydney at 4 a m, ; Mittagong 8.31, Bowral 8.41, JIoss Vale 9, Goul- j burn 11.12, reaching Alhury 12-i hours later. i The Melbourne express leaves Sydney daily ! (Saturdays and Sundays excepted) at 5.15 p m, { Mittagong 7,.58, Bowral 8.G, arriving at Moss Vale j 8.18, leaves at 8.43, arrives at Goulburn at 10.5 j and Alhury 5.50 a 111. A passenger train leaves Sydney daily {Sundays ; oxceptcd) at 9,30 a m, Mittagong 12.3G p m, i Bowral 12.45, Moss Vole 1.25, Goulburn 3.5. ? A tourist train leaves Sydney every Saturday at i 7.55 a m, Pieton 9.55, Mittagong 11.5, Bowral 11.12, Moss Vale 11.35, arriving at Goulburn at j 2.20 p m. A second tourist train leaves Sydnev every ; Saturday at 2.28 p m, Mittagongo.3G, Bowral 5.48, - and...

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PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 3 December 1892

- ? . PnEfmyximiiN, I „ yalo 11 i.Bitrrawaafl-3) Sutton Forcit 7; 30. —Rev. B. Bej/y, M.A. ? . . » ESLEYA1T. » Not received. . j ((

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CATHOLIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 3 December 1892

«.* r-.'XJfinrouo. .'I AlOBs Yale— Convent 9 ; Sutton Forest 11 1 devo tion at 7 a.m;— Rev. — Grace.

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The Clever Poodle. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 3 December 1892

The Clever Poodle, Somo twenty yearo baok woiad Q poodle white, with ono black car. Aftor tho man ner of hio race, ho wao nover quito happy un less ho carried aomothing in iris month, Ho was intelligent and teaohablt to tho last de gree. Tho great dbfeot in li'o bharnotor was the impossibility o£ distiiguiohing moum from tuum. Anything ho ould got hold of ho soomod to think, aeoordiig to hio dogged ethics, to bo fairly hio own. On ono occasion hoontored the room of ono of tho maid sor-, vanto, and' ctolo her loaf )f bread, 'carefully' shutting the door after hin witb hio feet, tho Iattsr part being a' foat i had taught him. The woman — Irish — was oared, and. thought that tho dog was the dovi incarnate, Tho neoeesity of disoplino on tho ono hand, and the occupatioi on tho other, in daccd mo ono day to onto- a saddler's shop, ritnated in a straight itroot about 'halt a mile from our , houco, and buy a' tthip.' Shortly aftor my return jomo, ho committed somo aot of potty larotay, oo I...

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Aplorisma. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 3 December 1892

Anlov.is\na, , i Of. all vanitieii dEt'foppcries, tho vanity of high birth ia tho gcatost. Truo nobility ia derived from, virtui not from birth, Titloo, indeed in'.iy lio purhosod j but' virtue ia tbo oniy!'coit/ that mkea tho bargain valid,— Burton. ? - Caution in orodting, reserve m speaking, nnd rovonling on'o oelf to very fow/nro tho best uecuritieo.; ioth of . peaoo and, a good understanding \(th tho world and with tho inward pcr.oo c .our own minds.— Thomas a-Kcmpis. 1 1 ' ; 1 Oonsuro is tlitax a man paypto tho pubiio for being omin'nt.— Swift. Tho plonoc.test .part of q man'o'lifo is gonorally tho whioh passoo iu courtship, provided his ansion bo sinccra and tho patty bo'.ovod, kind with discretion,. Love, dOL'ttaj hopo; oil thollcatin'g notl-fns'6t tho' soul, rico in tho pursu).— Addison. ?Deap'aic rnkes n despicablo figuro and des cends froaa moan original. 'Tis, tho off spring of for, of laainens and implifion'cb ; it nrguos a dicct of spirit and resolution, and oftcntimcB...

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