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F. L. Barker & Co's Report. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 21 June 1892
I?, i. 'Dcfflsca'-tS -Uo»'a GSepovt. I Calves.-— Tlio supply coming to hand is ntill I largely iu o::co:3 of requirements, only really prime lightweight calves exciting any compotition, bc3t heavyweight vcslers making up to 4s Od. Pigs.— Hoivy supplies still coming forward, and values still continuo very low. Bc3t porkers, pd to ') *.d ; good light, 3d to 3^d ; stove pigs hard to quit at very low rates. Wo sold 407 head during tlio weak, including pigs from northern rivora and .by rail at prices ranninr; from 0s to 3G3 Gd. Sheekskins. — Mavkot firm, all descriptions meot ing wit'n ic.nly salo. Quotations— Dry full-woollcd from 4Jd to 5d ; short, 3d to SJd ; vory ohort and , broken, 2d to 22dpcr lb. Bark.— MarUot qniot. Quototiono— Boat. £7 to £0 i light and medium, £5 to £0 10s : faulty, £2 [ to r por ton, ? -
BREVIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 21 June 1892
US EJQV E A a : To-day. Shortest day. The Bowral Philharmonic Society have dccidcd to givo thoir firat concorfc towarda tho oad of July. Sherwood'a ' Queen' will bo porforracd besides a miccsllancoua programmo, in which it . jo expected that como prominent Sydnoy oingora will take pmt. Mr. W, A. Holman lectured at Mittn/?onrr on Saturday loatopcocialiom, and on Sunday afternoon oa labour politico. Tho attendance waa not lar/jo at cithoc meeting, although tho leoturer wao well roc:ivcd. TiiO childron of tho Bo\vral \Vc3lcyan Sunday cchoo!, a::ictcd by tho church choir, ouccGasfully rendered Eoofc'o cantata, ''Cloudand Sunahino,' 1 Friday night, '
Water Supply and Health. (To the Editor) [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 21 June 1892
Wnto' Swpplly smd HDcalth. (To the Editor J , gir — Xhc provision a pnro supply of wnter to | i any tov/n io, of uouiec, a inu&t impovtimt and . I desirable work; It ntrmda in cpccir\l location to prevention of discasca of ui;my_ kin.U. The present j water-supply to Moan Valo ia chiefly rain water foom roofoof houses stored in gnlvnniced iron tanks, and alco wh it is nhfaincd frm.i nirh'i ground MnUsj and wells. I believe, howovcr, that thcro is a gravitation schcmo about to be carried out by the council, tlic catchment area proposed for which ia j tho vvinge'.'arnlice swamp. IJiis tciicmc upon tho grounds of health, should bo pushed on with a3 I rapidly as possible, for tho full benefit of a pure water-supply is frequently undcr-estimitcd. It may not bo generally known (but I am nuto medical authorities will boar out what I say) that riin water has a great action upon tho gnlvanicnl iron tanks' so generally used in Moss Valo for water storage. Tho action of ill soft waters*...
THE S.C. & W.C. CO-OPERATIVE COMPANY PRICE LIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 24 June 1892
THE S.C. & W.C. CO-OPERATIVE COMPANY S PRICE LIST. Sydnoy, June 15th, £,: s.'d.' £ a. id Bntter (factory), per lb ... 0i,X.;5 to 0 1 Do. 1st quality (dairy) ... 0 1 3 0.1 4 Do. 2nd „ „ ...' 0 0 '8 ? 0 0 10 Bacon, hand curod ...0 0 6 0 0 6J Do. machine cured ... 0 0;r 5T_;;, 0-, 0 6 Hams, hand cured ' ... - 0 H?#'- 0- 0 8. ,! Do. machino cured , ,... 0 .0 6 0 0 0 i Cheese, 1st quality 0 0 6 0 0 ' 6' Do. 2nd and inferior ... 0 0 4 0 0 6 Honey por 111 ? 0 0 3 0 0 4 Pigs, each ? 0 12 0 1 10 0 Calves ? .-,0o0 s0 ^ ,0? 0 0 Hides per lb. ... '... 0 0[1J 011 0 .„2J; Calfskins, eaoh ? 0 0 9 0 1 9 Flour ... ... ... 0, 0 0 ,12310 0 Do. 2nd ... ... . ... ? 0 0 ;0' - 12i 5 Maize, per bush, ... ... 0 2 10 0 3 0 Wheat (chick) ... , ... 0 0 0.' - ,07 4 0 Barley (15ng,), per bush- -0?, 0'; iO i i'iOi'K 9 Do. (Cape) ? 0 0 0 0 4 0 Bran ? ? 0 0,0 .0. 1 4 Oats (seed) ? 0 / 2 8; 0; 3 0 Do. (feed) ? 0 2 7 '0 2 8 Onions, per ton ... 4 0 0 4 5 0 Hay, oaton... ? 0 0 0 6 0 0 Do. luccrno ... .... .0 0 ...
FOLEY BROS.' PRICE-LIST [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 24 June 1892
FOLEY BROS.' PRICE-LIST Sydney, Juno lGth £ n d £ s d Butter, Faotory, per lb ... 0 0 0 to 0 10 Butter, Dairy ? 0 0 0 0 14 Bacon, hand-cured ... 0 0 5J 0 0 GJ Chccso ... ... ... 0 0 4 O 0 S| Fflso, por doz. : ... '? .... 0.1 j 6 0 10 Piro, per lb.., ... ...00 4 0 0 4) Calves, each .... ... 0.5 0 1 6 0 Honey, por lb ... ' 0 0 3 0 0 4 Fowls, por pair ... ... 0 2 6 0 3 0 DucIid ... ? 0 2; * 6 0 3 0 Geeso ... ? .ki . ; 0 4 6 0 5 6 Turkeyo ? 0 7 0 0 9 0. Moizo, per. bus ? ? 0 2 10 0 3 0 Wheat ? ? ... 0 4 .6 0 5 0 Oats, feed ... 0 ' 2 4 0 2; 6 . Barley, Capo ? 0 3 6 0 0 0 Flour, por ton ... ' , ;.. .12- 0 Oy .? 12-10 0 Hay, lneerno ....; 3 O 'O j -i-8 10 0 Do, oaton... ... ' .. 4 0 ' 0' 4-10 . 0 Potatoes ? 3 10 0 4 0' 0' Onions ? 3 10 0 4 0 0 Buttor : In eood demand' .- . , Bacon : Good cngniry for'olioiee hand enred Ponltry : Fair demaad Cherso : Slight improvement
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 24 June 1892
Holloway's Pills. — Tho oliangeo of temperature and weather frequently upaot pertono who nro moat oautiouo of their health, and moat particular in their dioto. Thc=o correotive, purifylug, and gentlo aperient Pillo oro tlio beat romcdy for all dcfoetlvo netlono of tho digeativolorganj ; thoy augment_ tho appetite, atrengtlien tho otomaeh, correct biliioas nc33, nnd carry oft' alt that ia no:;ioun from tho oyotom. Ilollowny'o Pilla aro eoinpo3ed o( rnro baloamn, unmixed with baser matter, and on that account aro peculiarly well adapted for tlio young, delicate, ami nged. An thio pecrleaa mcdicino has ' gained fame in the paat, oo will prcocrvo it in tho futuro by it:i rencvating and invigorating qualltieo, and it3 incapacity of doing barm. QFaotouv Butter Mauicet.— The Produce E::cbango co-opcratca v/ith d00,000 citizens, to disposo of Factory nnd Dairy Butter in Sydney, the nenrc3t nnd beat market.— Hawicrn & Vance, 95 Sussex street. TOY BEUA0K3 ©EAF ? ? ' Deafness, Hcr.d He...
Why He Changed His Name. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 24 June 1892
Why OHo (Dliniigcd OQis Name ' When I went to s :i«l an old yarn ; spinner down on tho wharves to d Portland Fbbss reporter, ' I was very handy nloft, | and answerod to the convenient name of ' Jaolt.' I was so willing and handy that I the officers wore always calling upon mo. | It 'was 'Jnolc, no thio. Jaclf, do that On one voyago from Hnvana to Philadelphia the mates called ou Jack ao much that I D ivras-well nigh worn out. I dotermincd to be Jack no more. After arriving in Phila delphia nnd remaining thero a few days I wont to tho shipping comminoionorn' office for a now job. Ho said ho wantod a inan for a cvptain who was ovou then waiting in tlio office, and requoGtod mo to sign my nnme. ' I cannot write,' I said. 4 Then toll mo your name,' said ho. ' Alias nerus Vitz Van Douzondorff.' ' How in . . thunder do you opoll it ?' 'I don't know.' . , * Here, captain,' said tho commioaioner, turning to tho waiting captain, ' this man seems all right but for his confounded name.' ' That...
Judging Dairy Stock by Points. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 24 June 1892
JmSglEiig ©nary toy [Pointa.. At tho conforonco hold nt Kinmn loot . . .Thuroclay aftornoon fortho purpneo of fi::ing i ? ! ? 'o eoalo of points for judcinp dairy cnttlo nt ' shows Mosaro. E. Tionoa, A. B. Fyfo, nnd J. T. Baylor roprosontod tho Mono. Vnlo Aftri ' oultural Sooioty r.nd Momm. Bdv/nrd Moceo and J. 1. Hay tor for tho Robortcon Snoioty. The soalo of pointa adoptod by tho Kiama ' Acrrioultiiral Acaooi.ition in Ootobor lnot wno ?.'.'aubmittod clnuca by clauao for tho conoidoro tion of tho dologatoa, with tho result tbat a few verbal alterations v?ovo mado, ana tho - maximum number of pointa for dairy cow increaBodby fivo. Whoncooiotioaroproaonted adopt the figures ngrood to, tho otandard ? ' points for dairy cowg will bo no followo: — 8tyle and Roneral appoarance, 5 point3 ; oize, 6 ; oolor, 5 ; hojd, 7 ; noclr, 5 ; foro-quartoro, 7 ; back, 7 ; body. 12 ; flank, 5 ; uddor, %0 ; teats, 5; millc vein, r- ; hindquartoro, 7; 'thighs, 5; esontohoon, 3; legs, 5; tail 2; temper, ...
STRAY NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 24 June 1892
??STCaV [3QTE0 [Bv xns TncupcTEn.] Improvements in Mok: Vr.le ere gradually obtaining, notwithstanding that come people are always ready to urge the objection against every improvement that it ia'an innovation.' They consider that v.'e should all be so concsrvotivc and unr.ltcrablo in oar ideas c3 to c^rea vrith tlism and resist every clianga, whether ii be for good or not. They forget that all things nov/ racst firmly estab lished were onco innovations. Closes \rc finrl U! ? 1-. ? ? J others v;ere introdncsd into the religions ordinances of the Jews long after his death. Christianity itcslf even Tras once 'an inno vation.' 'Xherefjre. let us have as much innovation-in Moss Yale as v/c can cos that V7e:may benefit by. One rf tho latest inno vations or improvements, is fhatner/ entrance to tho churchyard at S. John's. The authorities deserve tho grateful thanl:3 of worshippers here for having such a much needed and necessary v,-orl: carried out Hitherto, in coming ouft of the lighted...
Selected Poetry A PASSING FACE. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 24 June 1892
Selected Poetry ; J : ' : . A PASSING FACE. ? ( . Twas but a moment. Lint; enough to fool J;, .i j ; Tho RMtofnl proacnco of licr quiot graco, J 1 ; And at her beauty'o shrine a moment kneol, : i i ' To inako tlio owcotncca of her gentlo facc. To catcha glimp:o from nut licr downcast oyes, A flcoting light of violet, more raro Than all tho colours of the nummcr skies, That but a moment lingered fluttering there. '? A moment ; then oho vanished ; yet to stay ? ? .Within my memory as como distant drain Of music, rising olov/ly, dica av/ny, But litigcro yet when all io otill again. Or oo ft dream that flUa ncrono tho mind When caro io bound by all forgotten oleep, Too goon will vnnibh, but yet Icavo behind ?'! ? A gentlo directness that tho cencca keeps If fato had been but kindor I Who can tell Ourpathshndbccn thennmo, arid hand in hand Togother wo had wandered o'er tlio fell And crossed tho border of tho unknown land ? Wo mot to meot no moro. Upon tho cca Of lifo wo pass liko nhips. ...
CHURCH OF ENGLAND [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 24 June 1892
CHUIICE OF EITGLAITD i . 8CTTON For.lj-r. — lot r.tid 3rd Sundaya in tho month nt 3 p.m. : 2nd anil -3th Sundnyom the month at U n.m. nnd Holy Communion ; 0th Sunday ot 3 p.m. Moss Vale.— lot and 3rd Sundaya in tho month at 11 n.m. and Holy Communion; every unday at 7.30 p.m. Uondanoom.— 2i»l ami 4th , , Sundays m tlio month nt ;ip.m. : .1th Sundays in tho month nt 1 1 a.m. and Holy Communion. Exeter — - Wodncnday (on or licforo full moon) 7.30. HollythoI'.pi. (Crosa Itoada — Thurcday (on or be ioro full moon) 7.30 p.m.. — Itov. A. G. Stoddart; Bong Bong (Cliriut Church) — Diviuu Service . every Sunday mormnp at 11 a.m.; Mount A oh by (5jt. Tliomao)— Every Sunday at 3p.m. ; Addresa to children firot Sundny -in month ; choir practice' ?very Wednesday at 7 p.m. Yarrunga — Sccond Sunday in every month at 3 p.m. AH oeata aro free. — W. A. Lcoih, ]!.A. Holy Tiunitv, Bhiiiuma. Bsmma, overy Sunday nt II ; uecond andfourth ?- : . undayo in tho month at 7. Jlov. G. Shcppard, U,A. Cr wa Roado...
The Physical Character of Australian-Born School Children. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 24 June 1892
TIic IPilnysic.il (DEiarsicter off Aiastra . .Binmi-llEora SeEiooH (DMMrcn. Mr.- F; B. Suttor, ns Minister for Instruction, gave permission to Dr. James Graham, M. A. and' Dr. Jamison, to make an examination of thb children attending the Public school in tli030 fa-ts of Now South Wales wliicli embrace tho varying .climates of our territory, for the purpose of ascer taining the physio il condition, including size, .weight, and, chcst development, and other particu .Icvro .of the native-bo a pupils. Dr. Jamison was iciuuvuutiy-cvtiipoiicu iu wmiuxtu iiuui unotiuiy. Dr. Graham* however, ha3 supplied au exhaustive report on this subjest. Dr. Grahatn-saya that anthropology, though pne of tho last branches of natural science to be de veloped, now lays claim to hold the first place in the attention of the scientific world, and properly so, as 'mau io the proper study of man,' Everywhere in tho old world it is being prosecutcd with the. greatest enthusiasm and vigour, and almost every weok ...
East Kangaloon Waratah Dairy Company. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 24 June 1892
East ffinngnlMon Wnrntnh Pairy (Dompany. ?' ; ? ; , Tho, hnlf-ycarly mooting of tho nbovo took 'plnco in the School of Arts on tho 17th insfc. Mr. «T. | Alcorn, J.P., occupicd the chair, and the following shareholders Arcro present — Mcp6ro. J. Armstrong, J. Sitnpsou, C. Kcyp,'Wr, Kirhland, M. Brookur, W. Taylor, W. Kmery, A. Alters, J; Brookcr, W. Hnyeo, A. Lindsay, F. J. Frciloricko (manager), J. Colo and Fi Diggina (lion, occ.) Tho minutC3 ot tho last half-yearly meeting wero road and adopted. Tl.fl rnnnrk fnn fl»A nn.!^ Qlnf 1S92, ot'ited that tho Company's business was pros* porous, 'notwithstanding the very unsatisfactory way the first consignment of tho Waratnh Factory, butter was placed on tho newly*formcd B.D.C.C.F. and D. Co.'o floor, which causud a considerable I003 and 110 doubt kept the name low in tho market for como time. But being ablo to placo a firot-clns3 artio'.e on tho market it noon regained i to name and commands a very high position at tho present day: The ov...
Robertson. PRESS ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 24 June 1892
tobertson. ? : : ; Sess' Associatios. ' ' ' i-i 1 .- .1 'p]1G fortnjgjiooting of tho abovo \yats lipid in the School of Jobi Tneidoy ovoning labfci Pro ? Beut--Slesar?.T. Hnjtcr (pfeoident), J. E, - Williams, J. ji'all, W. White, J. T. atone, B. liiilil marsh jjfco, Ji W. Stono, 8. J. IJeB jron, ? C. Stiihbings. VV. R. Hindmnroh (hon. ceo.) Mr- Haddideount'of £2 wtio. paosbd 'for pay ?' ':.innnt. (J ' ' ? — JIi:. Hi'ndlK moved and Mr.. Mnrahall aeeondad— ' , tho tnembero pay ono quarter'o ;.Eiiibscription advance to meet account:'!.' — Uarneil. : ? , . '. Tlio aeerotiwoa inntueted to write to tlio ''Members nsliif the Government offieialo havo .power to tnkhber or ferno off apy Govornnicnt ' res'orvo whicljnvested in trunteea. .The secretavaa aloo inatructedto nccertain if ' 'tlio. triisteet lj taken any action with refereueo ' to tho rcmowf tho forns, and if not, do tlioy intend doinifi Mr. Whitrought under tho notico of the committee th'esirability of again urging on tho Governmen...
Whe[?]ors Disagree. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 24 June 1892
. IVIieijors Disagree. ? - Brofessionette almost ah(-ayn pis vonts'ohedocing fault with another's trqatment, no how orronooua ho may . consider it, tase where they quite differed ocout othor day in tho city o£' Melbourne. 40rvoU9 patient Buffering from tiie follarly life, called upon a medical raau subjected him to o -thorough exoin and then, putting on -'y--)iis most synjo and Boriouo look, ex \(Jj~ cl limed, ?' Rir man, you -are in a Lurriiuu uuu uua uuiiuiuuu, your npuiuL ? e 'i-d; is only 7 hj hao threidi, and it will cost one'ed and fifty guineas to. euro you.' In'nouc^ement of coursa f. iijhtened th)nt out of a year'a life, aud i hoij'conl he had batter have ? another opinthe case waa 00 aeriouo, ^.v aud.-.went tQ.er doctor, v, -ho also o~ f, ffamined hini iy and pronouncad ' Dr. ;v: ': , , ia aj— fool, for your spinel is only 'h\ly ono thread :.„rl it will cost three hi guineas to cure you.' And he Got io much for frightsning . y, liorypiiS suhjfree hundred gninoao for ?c'a f...
Useful Hints [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 24 June 1892
fflseffiaH EHEiilg. ' A Rimpli) but excellent cough ni xfuro is made of 1 tencpoonful of glycerine, 10 drops . ipecacuanha, and some lemon juice When a cliikl is fevc.nah, and you, tlunlc it is fufFet'in^ fro n stonmcli doi-an^ement, Histoid of closing it with an upeiient, j;ivo . homa'puthic ncomte, nnd npply an abdominal compress at night. W ling out of ctld wuter n pieco of Bwnnskin, cover with oiled silk, and bnndt'.gii (irmly several thicknesses of flannel, oxcliidin',' the air, and muk ng tlio coniprosu tight and snug. If n fcolmg of wurnith and comfort is not almost mime dintely induced add moro flannel. 'On re moving- the compress in i lie morning, sponge the stomach with cold water nnd mb dry quickly- ? ? 'J omporaturo is so important u ./ symptom, and lieetl paid to us warning may «o often prevent sickness, that no (louse -hould bo without a clinical thermometer, winch costs only a tew shillings. A sulphuric ether spray is useful in sore throut, but an almost mlnllible rem...