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OPENING DAY—TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 22 January 1892

OPENING DAY— Tuesday, So far tho weather has been very bright— though a trifle too warm— for tho gathering of representa tives of the various corps included under the title of tho Southern Ilifle Association. The proceed ings opened with a fow experimental shots, and the riflemen soon settled down to serious business. Scoring, however, wan diflicult work. Outho first day the wind was rather gunty, and tho way in which it played about tho gully between the target and the distance mounds must have interfered with the oport: 44 Magpies' and 41 centres' were common enough, but the coveted u bull's eye' wa3 not often recorded. Tho glaring sun had something to do with the deficiency, a3 when the rays were glitter ing on tho 'sight' the target naturally became a bit obscure. Had tho day been cloudy and still the scoring would have been larger all round. Al together there were aV.out 170 entries for tho various events, but the amount of prize money for each would have justified a much large...

Publication Title: Scrutineer, The
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PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 22 January 1892

PEESB'SiSRIAif. East Kangsloon 11 j Burrawang 8i Moss'Valo 7.30. — Rev. Boswell Berry, M.A. I

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THIRD DAY—THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 22 January 1892

THIRD DAY— Thursday. Very hot weather attended the efforts of tho riflemen yesterday (Thursday), and tho sun was again too bright in the forepart of the day. In the attcrnoon, however, tho sky became overcast and a strong breeze blew towards the target. The scoring consequently improved considerably, the firing being much brisker. Scores : — The Nuilsery. 400 aud 500 yards. Soveu shots at each. Opeu to members of tho Defence Forces, Cadets, mem bers of the Association, and members of the Rifle Clubs in New South Wales, who have not won a prizo exceeding £1 since January 1st, 1889, at a prize-meeting of any Rifle Association in this Colony or elsewhere. Entrance 03. 23 prizes— £6, £4, 2 at £3, 5 at £2, 14 at £1— £40. Trcas W.J. Furber, Goulburn ... 35 31— 66 £6 PtJ, Lackey, Smithfield ? 34 30—64 4 Treas S, Hayter, Burrawang ... 30 32—62 3 Pt S. G. Cobbett, Balmoral ? 31 31—62 3 Sec W. Raudall, Kangfroo Valley... 32 29—61 2 Pt C. Ritter, Narrabri ? 33 27—60 2 J. Dobson, Braidwood ? 28...

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CATHOLIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 22 January 1892

CATHOLIC. Moss Vain 8.30 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. j Burrawang ll.-J. Walsh.

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SECOND DAY—Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 22 January 1892

SECOND DAY — Wednesday. j Splendid weather prevailed for tho second day of the Southern Riflo Association Meeting, but ou tho olovatod site at Browloy, where the rango is situated a strong breeze prevailed, and it was not always consistent in blowing from the samo quarto. The firing was, [therefore cirricd ca rather at a dis advantage, partjcularrly at tho 700 yards range,' which tho rifle-men speak of as a bit of : an ordeal. In tho morning tho Governor, accompanied by Mr, Goschcn, visited tho range, whoro his Exccllcucy . W08 received by Hon. Captain Katcr (president of ' the Association), Major-General Richardson, Cap tain Bradbury, Mr. J. R. Scroggic (chairman of tho, association), aud other gentlemen. His Exccllcucy officially opened the range, after which tho com pany adjourned to the pavilion, where the Governor proposed Captain Kater's health. He opoko highly of the range, and eulogised the Riflo Reserves au a valuable portion of the defcncc forces of the colony, Captain Kat...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 22 January 1892

PiiotooBAPinr.— Mr. r - photographer, whoso ^ ; years has establish' ? at ilowral, whoro ho/ .. ' ,s0' a ' studio, which j- . ? .t.worU superior to »?' ^ii/rOiiifriec. ,-crybody lis invited.' : nmuo;.rlo ]udgo lor thcui ' Belvcs. ? ,S giiArantecd. Photos taken I by in i'crta. All work beautifully emwv .Jreby prevented from fading. Sydn /No pliotographer named John Sin.il tiny, or William Jackson is in my.' -vii/ui any way conncc'.cd with my firmi Ivl'.i'rd will bo paid for information of a aplicr obtaining money or work in my i ?n-TTr ? ?Sa'y authorised. Printed form of rccci}. Yv V J '} onee satisfy you.— C. A. Sibert, photoK 'loss Vale. Head-quarters, Bowral. — Adv, . Milfl SPiESTS, i' ' AT THE SHOW - GRGU ND, MOSS VALE, ON THE 26th JANUARY, 1S92 (UITDER THE ATJSPICXOS OF THE noss VALE J3RASS BAlWh PnoonASisiis : 1. Opening Handicap. 100yds. First prize, £1; .Second, us. Entranco, la 6d. '2. Band Handicap, 125yds. First prizo,^C2 ; socDrnl, - 10s. Nomination, lo Gtl ; acceptance, ...

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WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 22 January 1892

' ? ' ? ' ' WESLEtAN. ' Moss Valo 3— Rev Cornor. I I , Bowral II— Mr. Short ; , 7 30- Rov, Cornor. . I Miitoggng 11-r-Rw, Corue'r ii.3Q- Mr, G'regory (

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GOVERNMENT HOUSE V. WARATAHS. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 22 January 1892

HOVKIISMKNT IWIltU! V. W/IIATAIW. I On Saturday last a match was played on tho Ilill Viow- vriokct botweon Government Houso nnd Warntah (Moss Vale) Clubs, and 't roiultod in a win for tho visitors by thiroo ' twins in tlio first itinings. Ajipundod aro the scores X '? ? Government House, — First InninqB. ,? R Waller, c Murray, t- tflccton ? r ... 3 ' ?; K. Prigg, runout ... ... ... JO Capt. Cliolmnnilcly, b Jeffries... ... 2 v G. Imies, c Jcflrics ? 4 rl. Pitts, b Flcoton ? , 0 '. ''V ? C./llcmiott, li.o.w. ... . ... ... 0 W Morgan, b Flecton .... ? 2 Lord Jersey, run out'. 5 . U. Goscheu, run out ... ? a 35a, -Wordsworth, b Fleuton ... ... 10 . Clark, not out .. /... 0 allm Sundries' .;. J5 v ? Total ; ... 58 Waratah. . W. Murray, e Pitts b Prigg ? 8 ' jj, * G, JilTncs, l.b.w., b Prigg ... ... 34 ' '. ? J. Flcoton, b Prigg ... ' ... - ... 2 ?? OvP* H. defines, b Prigg ... . ... : ... 0 ?Ai: G. Fleetmi, b IMgg ... ...' ... 0 C. Peirsc, b Prigg ... ... ... 0 ? \- Jas. Fleuton, c Word...

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 22 January 1892

( RICKET. A Quitch plnyotl ou tho Show Ground wiokot on Saturday last liotween (ho Moss p VftloFitzroy nnd Bnwrnl Association rosultcd Iu win' for tlio luttcr l-y six wicltots and seven runs. Sliyht rain foil throughout tho ? . ollornoon. Appou Jed mo tho acoros : — : iitzrov. inlnon, c and b Cnpitt ... ... 4 ? ' ? ? » J. Arnott, 1) Ilrcunnn ... ... ... I . - . Wnllncc, 1- Uicmwn ? . ... 17 - j I. Ciillon. Ii lircnnaii ? 8 -- A. McCarthy, b Cnpitt ... : ... 1. ; - W. Onllcn, c ami l- Brcnnan ... ... 0 II. Galling, not out ... ... . ... 13. W. Dnnn, I) Cnpitt ... ... ... 0 T. C'duy, b ttrcnr.an ... ... ..... 0 ?A. Wlntoly, b Cnpitt ... ? ? ... ,5 W. Stnbbings, b Cnp'tt 0 Jiyca ' ... : . . ... : i Total .... 33 ASSOCIATION. ?7. Cnpitt, not ont ... , ... ... 33 W. BroniviH, l- Cnllcn ... ? . ... ... IB '. . D. Frozer, li Richardson ' ... ... 2 Dunne, b Cnllon ? ' ... . ... ? ,2 . J, White,' o arid li Rielurdson ... 0 Byes ... ... ? 1 . Total ... ... ' ... ... 02

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ROBERTSON. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 26 January 1892

ROBERTSON. At tho Albion Park Show cn Wednesdny laBt Mr. 'W- R. Hindmarsh secured fourth pr'zo for dairy cow. At tho Cavalry tournnmonton Friday nnd Saturday last nt Roso Hill tho Wost Cnradon troop ncquittod thomsolvos very creditably in tho following events : — Jumping competition in drill order, 1st £12, 2nd £3 : Lieut. It. McEvilly 1, Capt Wnlicrs 3. AVrestling on horsoback, 1st £5 os., 2nd £2 : Sergt. M. Hnnralinn2. Lance Exorcise, 12monnside, £12: West Camden Troop 1. In tnis ovont. Staff-Sorgt. Stanley and tho othor cfficors of tho corps highly complimontcd tho men for thejoffioiout way thoy had gono through tho drill. Tho mon woro put through by Sergt. Blencowo. Wo understand that tho bluo ribbon won in this ovont is to bo framed and placcd in tho ordorly room. Tilting at tho Ring, £o 5s. and £2 : Corpl. A. .Humphries 1. A tournament istotako placo atMolbourno in a fortnight's timo whon somo havo signi fied their intontion of going ovor if thoy cuu got away.

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THE ANNUAL BALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 26 January 1892

THE ANNUAL BALL. The annual ball in connection with tho Pionio Raco Olub wao hold in the Agricultu ral Sooiety's hall on Friday ovoning, and notwithstanding tho rogrottnblo nbsonco of tho Governor, owing to tho Royal death, was regarded as in ovory way a most successful event. Some of tho dreasos worn woro elaborate and costly. Many of tho local families woro roprosontod by two or moro mombors, amongst thom being Mr. P. H. Throsby and daughtors, Mrs. Laidoly, Lady Innes, Mr. B. Oaborno and party. Mr. F. R. Wilshire and party, Mr. A. B, Youns; nnd party, Dr. Barcroft and party, Mr. Latch ford and others. A daughter of tho Countess of Galloway was also present, and tho visitors bailed from all parts of tho colony, boing for tho most part guest of residential families. Dancing was main tained until tho ' woo sma' hours.' Enormous crowds witnessed tho fuuornl procossion of the lato Duke of Clnrenco. In tho mortuary the coffin was placed betweon those of the Prince Consort and tho Duko o...

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Second Day.—Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 26 January 1892

Sccoml Sail. — Friday. The second day of the meeting was perfect so fa^ as the weather was concerned. Tho sultryness of tho previous day was tempered 'by a cool breeze. The racing was marred with only one accident. In the Ladies' Milo Race Watchlight fell, and bis rider, Mr. Ac raman sustained some slight injuries. The following are the rodiilts of tho dif ferent events : — ric.s'ic kace. — 1 mile. Mr. Lamb's Iago, lOst 71b ? 1 G. U. Long Inncs' Mi-Mi, lOst 21b ? 2 Time, lm olsecs. Iago got well away and led all tho way, winning easily by two lengths. ladies' mile back. Messrs. Cordeaux & Butler's Veno, lOst ... 1 A. G. Lamb's Mango, list lib ? 2 E. H. Nicholson's Three Star, lOst ? 3 Time, lmSOsecs. After a good otart Mango and Vono showed in front closely followed by Watchlight, Talwang, Lady Helen, and Three Star. Beforo reaohing tho | homo turn Watchlight foil loaving tho abovfi to ficrlit tlio battle. Vono won by a length. Eight started. bachelor's daci.— 1 J miles. Mr ...

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THE TURF. BONG BONG PICNIC RACES. First Day.—Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 26 January 1892

THE TORF. Bono Bono Picnic Races. Firet Dai/. — Thuraday. The sixth annual meeting of this club was conoluded yesterday, nnd was perhaps the most enjoyable yot hold by tho club. The ' weather was, with tho oscoption of a littlo too much heat, all that could bo desired. Over a thousand visitors must have been present, the tair sex comprising quite half of this total. From 12 to 1 o'clock a continuous ntrflfim nf vohiolos of evorv doacriDtion rolled up to tho course end as each ono deposited its freight of gaily dreo3od ladies, boforo afternoon the course presontod an unusally attractive appearance. Tho racing while good was not of a very exciting nature, owing to the smallnstjs of the fields starting for th© various events. In the Ladies Baacelet 1 1 horses started, aud although Lady Helen ?won there was an impression abroad that Pro-Consul was tho fittest horse. Ono of the best features of tlio ruuning was punctually in starting, every event being run off to its allotted timo. The M...

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SHOWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 26 January 1892

snows. Berrima District Show, second week in March; Robertson Show, March 2 and 3, 1892. Crookwcll P. and A. Association, March 10th nnd 11. Goulburn Agricultural Society, March 24 and 25. Kiama A. Association, Wednesday, Thursday, and Fridiy, 27th, 28th, and 29th January, 1892. En tries closo January Gth. Wollongong A. H. & I. Association— Wednesday nnd Thursday, February 3rd and 4th. Entries closo January 7th. Kangaroo Valloy A. & H. Association, Thursday and Friday, 2oth and 26th February, 1892,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 26 January 1892

Certainly the best medicine known is SANDER and SONS' EUCALYPTI EXTKACT. Test its eminently powerful cflocta in coughs, ccld3, in* fiuenza ; the . relief is instantenou3. Ill aerioua cases and accidents of all kinds, bo they wounds bnrn3, aealdings, bruises, sprains it is tho safest remedy — no swelling — no inflammation. Like surprising effects produced in croup, diphtheria, bronchitis, inflammation of the lungs, owollings, .* - diarrhea, dysentry, diseases of tho kidneys and urinary organs. In use at hospitals and clinice all over tho world ; patronised by His Majosty the iunt; of Italy ; crowned with medal and diploma at International Exhibition, Amsterdam. Trust iu approved article and reject all other?,

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EVENTS TO COME: ATHLETIC SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 26 January 1892

EVENTS TO COME : ATULETIO SPORTS. The Bowral Athlotic Club's annual nports will be hold to-day. Band Sports, Show Ground, Moss Valo, to-day.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 26 January 1892

A PARTMI5NT3 VACANT)? BJ /tUn MMVWBEGAN, / \\ . rtV HjPW'horno Cottage, A VN / Moea Vale,

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SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 26 January 1892

SPORTING. Betretaria and other known residents of ths different localities in tvhie h sports occur toill oblige ty T tending us particulars as early as possible after tho sacral emits.]

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 26 January 1892

:'8|icclal Advcrl aoemento. H. RIGIilflifflSMq i moss v/^le, - . . I Upholsterer, French Poliolic-r, Picturo ^ 1'ramer- &c. A LARGE Steel: of Furniture, Bedsteads and ? iv Redding, Carpets, Matting, Linoleum, Door Mats, Ac., always on hand. Spring Roller, and 1 Venotian Blinds, made and fitted or repaired. ] 'COiWMERGIAl BANKING- ; ? COM P A NY. ' ? o:o ? Head Office : (JEoiwir. Stkbet, Syun-ky. ? CAPITAL ? 800,000 RESERVE FUND ? 3660,000 Kkskuvk ron Kqu.vmkation or Dividends ? 5150,000 Money receive;! at Interest and all other usual Banking Business transacted. E. EVERARD ROW, Ma.vaoeu, . ? MOSS VALE BRAUCE. W, IL PALING & CO., . 'Established 1853. IxcoiiroRATED 1803. ^ I I K. ? ? \ ? ?? ? :^=-~ 1 Solo Agents for PIANOS by Steinwny nnd Sons, Juhus Feurioh, Uchel ami Lechletter, Carl . Eoke, The Victor, The Boiling ; and for the worUl'Venowned K8TEY ORGANS '^0 and Boosoy'o Brass Jiand Instruments. Universal Providersof PIANOl'ORTKS, ORGANS, MU&1C, nnd MUSICAL...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 26 January 1892

BAHilH, FIRST-R A'Hj/liUp Q\'l USilSE, ' VERMONT {}Wv- years, YAy;Icjpoiiit8 ; fast, Btioim and GeundA/Apply— // | ((J Rl-v T flW, 4 LEECH, |l3oi|g Bong. 'n,®/iLo'kUfinE }!v3®Lt'^i\\ ©Jy, ~ ^OilE0tw^lLEH',om^rotflj.\^il Stono CO'LViv/f). I' *0 vnth g?itchen nJirt AUrli-rooin attaclW;] \Efa hyity/of&c. ; built upotUtr.^uii. In? j'jfh6ncc, cofjfprisiug 1 r.pro in HoQ H-tltcSt? Lattjy occupied fcyiMr. Pai'ko'; bqatot&Kr. yr ApplyaV ? W\;A,KUSH]t^b»rcwl8cs, | \ J ? or 0. HIOKEY, MojS/fVale. ATHLETIC SPORTS AT THE SHOW - QROU ND, MOSS VAL1S, ON TIIU 26th JANUARY, 1892 (UNDER THE AUSPICES OF THE ?MOSS VALE BRASS BAND). PKOlUlAM.MK : I. Opening H,\ntlicap. 100yds. First prize, jCI ; j Second, 03. Entrance, Is (id. ! 2. Band Handicap, l^yds. First prize, £2 ; second, 10a. Nomination, la Oil ; acceptaticc, Is. 3. Boys' Uacc Handicap, for boys uudcr 14 yeara, Prize, 10s. Kntrnncc, Is. 4. Hurdle Kace Handicip, loOyda. First Prize, 1 £\ ; second, 5s. Eutrnncc, 2*. 5. Throwng at ...

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