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

}Hoq33Bfio3bttmfiEgo, ' She had it flower lado ' -'? - ' And a lowly Eonter bonnet, r And hor eyes woro just no blno As tho violets upon it ; ' ';i' ?' rioir tailor gown o! fcjriljr '-'.'A. -?- / |; ; ' (Fell in ottqight and olOBBia fold ; 'Sho had a smilo' that dngbls near. '' 'Her orinklod hair wao gold. Sho knolt on yelyot onshibnn And her pretty head b'ont low ; ? Hor check was liko a roflo leaf, Hor brow was liko tho onow - . r . ; Her dainty gray-gloved bond Hold a book of violet plUBb,— Sho seemed a perfeot symphony Within the Easter hush. ' But whon with eyea. uplifted''..,. She sang the chant in 0,- _ ' The very rafters throbbed in pain, ? For her voiob waa pitched -in Q. r

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

Lord Jorsoy'B salary as Governor i^JCUO a weoU. ? His salary is £7000, and his allowances about £60QQ a year. h Liver C mplaists.— Dr. King' |Daadelion and Quinine Livor Pills, without inercj ,-y, aro.a potont remedy'; remove all liver and st '.ch complaints, biliousness, headaeho, siekness, jhoulder pains, ' heartburn, indigestion, constipation. Made only in London; Sold ovorywliero.— Advt. Holloway's Pills.— The changes of tomperaturo and weather frequently upset persons who aro moot ? - ? cautious of their health, and most particular in their diets. Thoso corrective, purify iug, and gentle ' ' aperient Pills arc tho beat remedy for all dofcotive ' ' . notions of tho digestive organs ; they augment tho i ? appetite, strengthen tho stomaoh, correct billions ness, and carrv off all that is noxious from the system. Holloway'a Pills aro composed of rare ? balsam's, unmixed with baser matter, and on that ? account aro peoaliarly woll adapted for tho young, delicato and aged. Ao this pe...

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

The Success of ILatoor. At the present time great changes are jnming about in the social status of mankind. A man is not now-a'days considered a God, becauso his father was a clover usercr or merchant. It is becoming a recognisad fact that alt men are equal ? aa'men—and have each the right to enjoy life's blessings to an equal degree. In the past it has always been tho aim of tho rich to grind down the poor, and as the lattor had but one alternative starvation —they wero compelled to ue tiianktul ' ' for what they could get. But now education is opening men's eyes to the fact that ipankind could enjoy mnch more pleasure and comfort if such largo shares of tho world's wealth wero not annexed by ' the few. Tho day of a great industrial revolution is at hand, and a brighter and better future is in store for us both socially ond financially, and whilst paving attention to theso great interests it is also essential to take particular care of our physical well-being. An all-seoing provide...

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

The ©rent DEace. The races for tho Melbourne Cup of 1892 has oome and fione, and the anticipations of thousands , of people for a year have disappeared in something under tlio space cf four minutes — somo are richer (and more poorer) by those fonr minutes' experience, in which tens of thousands felt an intoxication something akin to the influence of wine. There is a greater race than even this enormous Cup event. From birth until old ago man is engaged in a contcst with Death j and only thoso who are swifter tlmn the Reaper stay abovo ground fjr any length of time. Havo you ever felt as a young man tho pride of simply being ? You experience it mo3t on a spring morning, when you enjoy the true health of - absolute unconsciousness as to the possession of heart, lungs, kidneys, livcr.or any digestive apparatus at all. You are almost strong enough to walk indefinitely, or you feel that a push of your powerful shoulder could force down a wall. As fo. Death, you laugh at him ; you snap yo...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Robertson. (From Our Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 3 December 1892

ISobertsoQ. \ { From Our Correspondent,) Band of Hope. —The monthly meeting of tho members was held in the School of Arts on Wed nesday evening last there being a very good attend ance. The Rev. S. II. Macdado presided, aud tho meeting was opened by singing and prayer. The following programmo was giveu Hymn, 'Shall wc gather at tne river, company ; rcailing, nev. o. . ? H. Macdado ; hymn, 44 Iu the field of daily duty,' company recitation, 44 Stolen Kisses,' Mr. S. J, McBarron ; song, 44 Our Mission,' Rev. Macdado ; recitation, 44 Tho publican's net,' Miss Dawes; chorus, 44 Sweet Chiming Bells,' choir ; recitation, 41 A toper saved bj hia dog,' Miss Lottie Vanden bcrgh ; song, 44 My old Kentucky Home,' Miss K. Williams, with company chorus ; recitation, ' The Drunkard's Dream,' Mr. Stone; song, 'Little sister's gone to sleep' choir ; recitation, Master Charlie Vnndonbergh ; hymn, ,4 Sweetly on tho mountain side,' company ; recitatio.i, 44 Seven little pussy cats,' Master Sid Vaudcnb...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A CHARGE Of BURGLARY A[?]AINST A WOMAN. EXTENSIVE HOUSE ROBBERI[?]. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 3 December 1892

A CHARGE OF BURGLARY A'AINST A WOMAN. j EXTENSIVE I10TJ3K UQDDERlJ. Sarah Shaw, who camo into the cert with her hands to hor eyes aud apparently-;ory greatly agitated, was charged by the polico tth having a quantity of property iu hor possessji and failing to account therefor. As ono of ;ho principal witnesses — the woman's husband — wi not present, she was remanded till Friday, and ling unable to givo bail sho was again locken up.4)u Thursday, tho polico having iouuu and arrcstolior liusbaud, charged him with being concormj in the samo robbories, six charges being preforjl agaiust him. He waB remanded to Weduesda^poxt, and the female prisouor was ou Friday w remanded to Wednesday, * j

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Moss Vale Police Court WEDNESDAY—Before F. R. Wilshire, P.[?], Geo. Tate, D. Clifford, and H. J. Wynne, J'sP. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 3 December 1892

Moss Vale IPoHIco (DoiaH, ' Wednesday— Beforo F. R. Wilshire, P.2., Geo. 1 Tate, D. Clifford, and H. J. Wynne, J'sP, i Police v Moore. — Charge of working a horse suffering with a sore shoulder. Pleader guilty, but informed tho bench that it was not a Very bad wound. Fined os, cosW Gs Gd. Maintenance. — Frank Cussen of Mou^ Cooper Station, Monara, was sued by Elizabcthtvolly, of Moss Vale, for tho maintenance ofliischil, which sue Had kept for seven or eigiit years, ino being the » auut, and for which no had cntributod , nothing. The defendant admitted the:hild was i hia and had a great deal to say in his Ish broguo which clearly showed the charactcristicsf the nun. The Beuoh mado an order for four hillings a week, costs of court, '5s lOd, and profe3onal costs o! Mr. Gale, who appeared for platntiff^l Is. Two musio pe-innts wero granted for ohnstone's Commercial Hotel Moss Vale, and Torists Hotel Bundanoon respectively. j

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RE THE WINGELIO, BOMBALLA-WAY AND KAREELA SCHOOLS. (To the Editor of the Scrutineer.) [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 3 December 1892

. . ME THE WINGELIO, BOMBALLA WAY AND KAREELA SCHOOLS. (lo the Editor of the Scrutineer .) bir,— Through the columns of your wiclely curculated paper I beg most respectfully to lay before the public u few facts relating to the above schools, and the stand Mr. Fergu . son takes in inserting his claims to the Bomballaway school at his residence. It is well known Mr. Ferguson desires the schools at Winsello, that Kareela shou'd be closed and ono opened at Cable's Siding in lieu thereof ; theroby improving his own school at Bomballaway and to the great disadvan tage to children residing at Wingello nnd Kareela, who would havo to travel a con siderable distance which is simply without reason, considering the distance somo would have to go. It is said Mr, Forguson has an interest in the school at Bomballaway, for he I owns the building and draws a rental for it. Besides he is a member of the School Board. Yet, in the face of this, ho is one of a depu tation to wait on the officers of the ...

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

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE- ; [H must le distinctly understood that tee do Hot. necessarily identify ourselves idith opinion* expressed bj correspondents. ] - ? ? . ;

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

^ amongst alderman. — At a noisy meeting of the Windsor couucil, frequent sccnca ensued. One | alderman threatened to pull 'the snout' of another. , who rctorteu that ho was 'not game,' and said he never shook the corporation gravel.' Tho Mayor had to c?ll the irato alderman to order several time3. As the result of the scene, one alderman ia gerved with a lawyot'a letter threatoniug logal pro ceedings as some Blanderous words alleged to havo been used wero not withdrawn. WORTH REMEMBERING,— The attention of advertisers is called to tho fact that tuo' Scrutiny' is the oldest established journal botv/cen Sydney . . \ , and Goulburn. It has a circulation of more that four to one over most of tho other papers published ? - - - n tho district. ^ PcjuLic Notice. — Mr. Sibert, photographer^ l; ? ?« in thanking tho public for their kind patronage. , begs to announco that a3 ho has weathered the * winter,- ho has determined to remain, and his travel ling photo waggons are now traversing ther...

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

The University Examination*. Tho junior public examinations of the University of Sydney have become national institutions and necessities, whether it be for good m- for bod that they should bocome surh is_a question not needing discussion. There is an immense majority of public opinion in their favor, and .mlr n ttop.. small minority of conservatism, which ia just ns ready to give a boy a trial in em ployment without the pass certificate of the junior examination as with it. But, says the Evening Mies, the charge of £1 10s to each candidate who presents himaelf for ex amination, is as serious a bar to tho genoral applicability of the examination as it is possible to conceive. It is not the duty of tho State lo endeavour to make every child within it a genius. _ The duty of the State ia at an end when it provides that a fair education shall be within the reach of all, and that any boy or girl showing him or herself to be worthy by intelleot of an'eduoa tion which shall not etup until...

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

R,H. Warren ABGILE HOUSE, AS USUAL TO' THE FRONT, ^ NEW SPRING GOODS!!! LADIES HATS & MILLINERY Men's and Boys' Clothing - ; A SPECIALITY, EXCEPTIONALLY QOOD VALVE. Bricks! Bricks! ! Bricks II! To BuUder3 & Contractors. QOO 3D BRICK'S, V ^ Delivered at Erith Siding ou Truck at 'SS'Ss pei' TP On © no s a it d» -AH orders promptly attended to. , J. JD ISS, Briok Maker, ? Socut Lamdton Brick Yakii, Bundanoo.s. TI^E SLEE STOVE WORKS, ? ' f80 Crown-st„ between William and Wolloomooloo-sts., Sydney. -' Eight First Prizo Medals awarded including Sydnoy International Exhibition 1S7U-18S0, Theso Stoves are fitted for burning wood or coal. J, H- MUTTON. SO years with, and anooewor to Ei-?hatd Sleo. 1

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

&B Bl 03 VIA. The Berrima District Cottage Hospital, report for the month ending November 30th, 1S92 : — t'fctients admitted, 4 ; discharged relieved, 1 ; remaining in hospital, 3; dis:harged cured, 1; died, 2. The Protestant Alliance annual gathering on New Year's Day, iu aid of the widow and orphans fund, promises to be a great success. An excellent pro gramme has been drawn up, and a good band en gaged, so that thoao wishing to have an enjoyable day show visit the Show-ground on New Year's Day. A public meeting of the residents of Burragorang was held last Saturday to furthtr consider the advisability of starting a butter factory in the Valley. There was a fair attendance of members at the I meeting of the Hope of Mittagong Lodge, I.O.G.T., on Tuesday evening, several visitors from Bowral being present. A debate was arranged to take place at an early date between the Mittagong and Bowral Lodges, the subject being, 'I* habit stronger than nature ?' The following land has b...

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

/ , . , 1 , 1 w 13 ii1 h-- h'/lV - . i 'in v i s j r' 'V'f -- ' f ji' , 'l/l V'f i-fl , JUi , 1' r , ' '- ' '''' - ? iii ? ' , i / , ( 1 ()i!- mi fi 1 - ' uvT 4 . ; mm KXTKAOKDIVARV. ' , I - 1 r -? , )7T A »l ! t\) , ? . : : ? ?''?* V-J- J'f /f i- '? ' ? !' ^ what Is 'IT. ? TAYLOR BROS* ? THE OLDEST ESTABLISHED STORE,! ? '/'.X '' '^'V' ' ... . -'rV.ii ''.i ^ HAVE NOW OPENED -rT'- : ' ?, / ' V : - .v , i ^ . r , V, ; ; rV. f i- ^ ;;,r ' , ?????' ' . *- t '.nil ? t i : DRAPERY DEPARTMENT, | _ : /. ?? ' 'f ,[ 1J:, f; : A Lang Felt Want, to (heir 'BusIuphs. '' '' ';V ?' ;? ;-;A /o. i ; : ? ? i' i^,r: ? ' : Y' ;J .v.} ; ' - : 'fY' ?'''V ? .; ' i;;-' ;; : .0 ; . ..... , r i '? -. ?' V--.' .;r!S v'-' -? '.:V. V 'i*''' mm mb sm fm yoteselyes. /: .1 . . j - -k'.; : .. ?. ?: ,v. ,j'. ' ' .. ; ' '' ^ .-j':; « ; -*i ff r v.)';-' v/ ? EYERYTHIMfi; NEW.' . ?- — i,'. -i in ;s .i;;, -; ;-rf yyS:.'. : v - '? - '? h:;- : : -v.:';: ' : Drapery, Clothing and Boots. .... . ... ?. ...... ? ? . - ? ? ? .....

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

ILocaB smmll (Kcueral. LToss Vale School of Arts-— At tho Flower Show Committee meeting it was stated that the procceeds of the show totalled £30 12s 7d. The ex penses were i- 10 11 s 0.1 , giving a balance of £20 03 lOd to the building fund. Votes of thanks were passed to Mr. Balfour for bis valuable services aa judge ; to Mcssr.-s. J. I'arlio and Agar far their Itind and eucrgotic help. Also votea of thanks to Mr. and Mrs. N. 11. Throsby, t - whom much of tbe success of tho show is attributable : to the Moss Vale band for their services, and Mr. T. Lackey and others. Concert-— The programmo for the concert to be given on Wednesday evening next in the Odd* fellows' Hall iu aid of the Roman Catholic Church funds, appears in onr columns. It will be seen to be most varied and of a first class character. Thero can be no doubt whatever but that a thorough evening's amuse. ncnt will be found there on this occasion. Mr. T. Conlon, the lion. see. lias been working continuously to get tlio ...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Selected Poetry. THE STOLEN KISS. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 3 December 1892

Selected Poetry. v- '? - . THE STOLEN KISS. ' ' ? ? ' ' ? : Nay, Indy dear, why dosS thou pout ? Oh ! why that look offended 1 '' Is my offonco so very groat— . . Too great to bs amended? Is it a crimo to hies then dear ? Then am I a transgressor I : Ah 1 who could keep from kissing tlieo ? Perhaps somo old confessor. But ho who knows Dnmo Cupid's power, Hns seen thy ways so winning — Well, kissing may be very wrong, But, then, 'tis such sweet sinning! ' That dainty pout becomes theo so, Thino nngor doe3 but charm me ; So, I must fain kis3 theo again ; 'Where, sweetheart, can tho harm bo ?

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

Hgoiijr Kong SSiiZiiai. A bazaar and sale of work held in connection with the Bong Hong and Mount Ashby Ladies' Working Society, in aid, as was truly said, of the funds of the most deserving cause ju the Berrima district, opened on Wednesday aftornoou in the Centennial Hall Mrs P fl Throsby graciously performed the opening ceremony in a few kindly words and thauked the ladies who hu\ harmoniously co operated and worked so assiduously during the past three months to briug about a success, and wh:ch she heartily wished the bazaar would result in A handsome bouquet was then presented to Mrs P H Throsby by Miss MolUe Throsby, of Mount Ashby. Upon entering the hall visitors were surprised and pleased with the decorations, among which were some flags which had been in action, tho property once of tne late Captain Bridges and kind!y leut for the# occasion by Mrs Bridges To describe the various stalls as they deserve we cauuot dare at tempt It would require a lady reporter to do them justic...

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

LOVE SONG. O vero mino lofo a sugar-powl Dofery shmnllest loomp Vouldt shveot de seas, from polo to pole, Und mnko do Bhildien shoomp. Und if she vero a clofor-field,- - I'd bet my only pence, It vouldn't po no clime at nil .. Peforo I'd shoonip the fence. Her henfonly foice, it drill me so, It ott-dimes seems to hoort, She is de holiest animalo Dat roons oopon do dirt. De renpow rises vlien she sings, ? ? . Dosonnshinevhenshodalk; ' i ' De angels crow und flop dcir wing* Vhen sho coes out to valk. So livin white, so carnadine, Mino lofe's gomblexion show ; ' ' It's shoost like Abendcarmosiue, Rich gleamin on do shnow. Her soul nmlces plushes in her shcek Ash sommer reds de wein, Or sonnlight sends a fire lifo troo An blank Karfunkelstein. Do uberschwengliche idees Dis lofe poot in my mind, Vouldt make a foost-rate philosopli, Of any human kind, 'Tis schudderin schveet 011 eart to meet . An himmlisch-hoellisch Qual ; Und treat initwhiles to ICummel Schnapps De Schoenheitsideal. Dein...

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

GffCitcruJ News. I Mr, Bland, the author of the Free Coinage Bill in the United States, is of opinion that the seheino formulated by Mr. Alfred de Rothschild for tbo combined purchase by the Powers of £5,000,000 worth of silver annually, is not likely to be seriously considered by America. The cotton op -ratives at Bolton have advanced £20.000 to support tho cotton spinners who arc on strike m .Lancashire. Since 1857 the Public Works Department has expended £13,041,292 on roads and bridges in the colony. The evidence given before the committee ap pointed by tho French Chamber of Deputies to inquire into thi charges of corruption in connection with the Panama Canal Company shows that Baron Reinach received £301,000 from the company. Of this amount he paid away £100,000. A sum of £800,000 waa also jpent in advertising. Iu the Legislative Assembly cn Thursday Mr. Farnell introduced his Totalisator Bill, which was read a first time. The Treasury Bills offered by the London aud Westminst...

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

LOST! It isn't suoh a dreadful loss— Piay do not try to find it. 'Twas not tho gentlest, sweetest ono, As all con well remombor Who haroondtirod its ovory whim From New Year's till December It drovo tho dimplo3 all away. And wrinklod up your forehead, And changed a pretty, Bniiling faco To ono— well, simply horrid It put to flight tho clioery words, Tho laughter, and tho singing; And clouds upon a Bhining sky It would porsiat m bringing. And it is gono ! Then do, my dear, Mako it your boat endoavor To quickly find a bottor ono, And loso it — never, nofor.

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