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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 28 June 1892

TMPOUNDED at MOSS VALE on tlio 20th 1L June, from Collyeroloiglv byi Mr. Hi Crisp, one Bay horse, aged, part shod, brand w near ahonlder* - *'? ' ? fl

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Bowral Police Court. Friday Junk 24th. (Before Messrs. Wilshire, P.M., and Mackenzie, J.P.) ABSCONDING APPRENTICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 28 June 1892

HBowrraH IPolicn (Donan'fc. Friday June 24th. (Before. , Messrs. Wilsbiro, P.M., and Mackenzie, J.P.) ABSCONDING APPRENTIOE. James Sutton, plumber, of Bowral, pro ceeded against James Lovett, an apprentice, for absenting himself from his work without leave for one week. Constable Noble deposed that to hiB knowledge tho boy had been well tieated, but was often soen ploying about the otr/Jflf1 Defondnnt stnfod that plaintiff having threatened to thrash him ho ran away, walked to Picton, ond took tho train from thero to Petersham where hio mother resided. He had been in Plainiiff's employ ment for three years, nnd had been well treated and clothed. Tho lad was ordered to eo back to his master and complete hia indentures. MIXED BED3TEADS. F. Riddlos v. G\ Brown. Plaintiff pro cceded nsrninst dofendant for unlawfully detaining property, to wit a bedstead valued at £4. Mr. Oxle.v nppeared for complainant. Complainant deposed that on the 23rd April last he brought a bedstead from J. L. Cam...

Publication Title: Scrutineer, The
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CHURCH OF ENGLAND [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 28 June 1892

CHURCH OF ENGLAHD Sctton Forest. — 1st and 3rd Sundays in tho month at 3 p.m. -, 2ud and 4th Sundays in tho month ?t 11 a.m. aud Holy Communion : 5tli Sunday at 3 p.m. Moss Vale.— lot and 3rd Sundays in tho month at 11 a.m. and Holy Communion; every undny at 7.30 p.m. Bu.suakoo:.-.— 2nd and 4th ? ? Sundays in tho month at 3 p.m. : Gth Sundays in ' the month at 11 a.m. and Holy Communion. Exeteh _ Wednesday (on or heforo full moon) 7.30, HoLT-TTHonPE (Oros3 Road3— Thursday (on or be fore full moon) 7.30 p.m..— Rov. A. G. Stoddart; Bone Bom; (Christ Church)— Divino Servicc ^1. Rimd-iv mornfoir at II a.m.: Mount Ashby igt. Tliomna)— Every Sunday at ,1p.m. ; Address to ebiidren firot Sunday in month; choir practice every Wednesday ? at 7 p.m. Yarranga-^Socond Sunday in ovcry month at 3 p.111. All scats are ' - freo. — W. A. Leoih, B.A. Hoi.y Tihsity, Bmikima. Birrima, ovory Sunday at 11 ; sceond nndfourth tmdaya in tho month at 7. Jlov. G. Sheppr.rd, S3, A, Cr ras Roado, first and third...

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Bowral General Cemetry. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 28 June 1892

Bowr»l «cncrnl Cemetry. Tho trustoos of tho Rowrnl Cemetry mot at tho Town Hall on Wodnosday Inst for tho purpose ol initiating arrangements for tho supervision of tho ^ovorol portions. Present: The Mayor (in tho chair', and tho following loproscntiitives of tho various trusts : — Ohurch of Englnnd — 0. Bounott, u. lioorge, 1{. S. Mnckonzio, an'l II. L. Davis; Itoman Catholic — M. Bice, nnd R. I A. Bioaakor ; Wesloynn — J. J. Cnmpboll, C. Wntors, A. J, Harrison, and F. R. Rnward ; Primitivo Mothodiot — Rev, J. A. Foggon, and W. Stokos ; Prosbytorinn— W. McDonald : General -Johu Holmos, nnd W. R. Farrow. Apologies wtro rocoivod from tho Rov. J. W. Dobenhnm, and Rov. D. Harnett. Mr. W. R. Farrow was oloctod Gocrotnry pro. torn. It was rosolvod ou tlio motion of Mossrs. Rico and Compboll : 'Thnt tho Depnrt mont of Lando bo applied to for a further grant of £100 to mnko tho neuessary additional improvements.' Roaolved 011 tho motion of Measrs. Rico and Campbell: 'That tho gates of tho c...

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CATHOLIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 28 June 1892

HATHOLIC. ... i / Moss Va1fl0.30o.m. and 7.30p.m. jSutton lorcafc U.— J. Walsh. f

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 28 June 1892

To Dahken Giiuy Hair.— Locliycr'o Sulphur Hair Restorer is tho quickcat, best, Bttfcst ; coats ' 'loSs,' effects more than any other, Tho color pro ducoii la moat natural. Lookyer'a sulphur K -in!y EugHah hair restorer universally Bold.— AdvT.

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PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 28 June 1892

'v'-'G,STl?i'33IlTA 'i. ? ? ? ?«- ? « ? i ?» . q.i»» . ' 3.— Kov. '

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Tugof War at Mittagong. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 28 June 1892

Tuaflf-Wap at BHitttesong. A meetiig, at which soc.o twenty-five gentlemen woro present, was held in the Canterburr Hall, Mittagong, on Saturday evening l'ait, 18th inat: Mr. I. Hoaes, who was voted ;o tho chair, osplainod tho object for which tho meeting had boon calloo uomely, to decide whothor a tug.of-v/ar ohould bo arranged betwoon tho Sydney Swedes anl a Mittagong team. Ho otated that a deil of correspondence had taken ?olaco betraen tho hon. teorotary and the captain of tho Swedes, and asked' Mr. Draper to' road tho oamo. This wao ac cordingly (one, and it wao shown that tho only conditon upon which the Swedes would pull was tlat tho match ohould tako ploco at Mittagong— that thoy wero to recoive 8u per day for each man and 10s for captain from the timo oileaving Sydnoy— train faros nnd hotel'oxpoiaeo to bo paid and to roceivo half tho gate mmoy. Tho mottor wao discussed at length, 'and Mr. C. Loooby eventually, moved, ' Uiat tho terms offoiod boaccop'od, . . but that tie cha...

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WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 28 June 1892

WESLEYAN. I Jiofc received.

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SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 28 June 1892

SUMSIAItY. \ A Viotorinn loan of £'2,000,000, l3or,rin-* interest at 3 j per cent , at a minimum of 92, is announced. Tho lean. will ruu pari paum witli oxistiny slocl;, mid will bo redoomublo ?on 1st Janunry 1020, und nftov l'J-Jl on giving a your's notice. Money ia vorv plentiful, nnd in official circles there iaon improssion that' tho loan will be Buliscribud ut a proimum. Brokers flnnht flin n nf flw. Inn i, Ml. GIndatono haa bccu vioited by Messrs 1 M'Oartliy nnd Dillon, Mo.P., nnd it is be lievod. tlmt liia nsourancoo on fiome liule were satisfactory to them. Mr, Samuel Piimsol! ban iaiuod a pamph let, in which ho appeals to tho Koncon. formists t» oup2'uit Lord Saliobury in the forthcoming' olcution. Objection hns been raised to the nominatiod of Mr. H. M. Stanley nn Oonanrvative candidate for North Lambeth, on tho Krotmd ; . he ia an uliou, us ho was not rd-nataralised in Groat Britain aftor roturning from his sojourn m Amonca. Iu Belgium tho cloricnl party 'lins secured a m...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 28 June 1892

^Ite Scnttineer. TEEIIS: Subscription* '2/6 per quarter prepaid; 5/- if * r ' bobked ; charged only from tho time of commencing. - - '^uartera end Marcli 31, Juno 30, September 30, ' Beceinbcr 31, at which periods only can subscribers »TJ . ''decline by giving a wculc'o notice in writing direct ;to the office — not through a local collector— and 1° thb then running quarter. ^ Advertisements— ot less than^ one inch, 1 /? tor -a the first two linea and 3d. per line after; longer advertisements, 3/- for the first inch and 1/6 for ,'r. ©Very subsequent inch. A liberal reduction made j 'fox* standing advertisements. Advertisements o _r. . births, matriages, and deaths, if sent by poat, must ' f be authenticated by the Denature of some person '... '.knowii at tho oCIce, or they will not be inserted. . . ?: Advertisements vrill be received up to 6 p.m. on '' 'r-:« day of publication. The number of insertions ? - ?, -. .shotild bo written on the face, or the advertise n-; '?--BiCBts will ti...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 28 June 1892

8|ierlal AdverMseHiontB. 'OlMffilllH,'' MOSS VALE, ' Ppholstoror, French Policbor, Pio!,uro l''ramor. £o, A LARGE Stock of Furniture, Bedsteads end J\. Bedding, Carpets, Matting, Linoleum, Door Hats, &c., always 011 hand. Spring Roller and Venotlan Blinds, made nnd fitted or repaired. 'COIUMERCIAl BANKING COMPANY. -n- ip d'cr^Dr:7nDT^'. ' Established 1831. Incorporated 1848. Head Office-- Groiuu: Stuket, Sydney. CAPITAL ? 5000,000 RESERVE FUIID ? £670,000 RWEnvE toit Equalisation ok Dividends ? 5160,000 Monoy recoivo:l at Interest and all other usual Banking Business transacted. E. EVHRARD ROW, Manaoeii, 110 SG VALE BRAIJCH. ? w, h. paung¥coT 'P*wTl J ? t.j — Hj Estadusiied 1833. Incoiu-ouati:d 1883, Solo Agonts for PIANOS by Steinway and Sons, Julius Fcurich, Ucbel and Lechlcitor, Carl Kcke. The Victor, Tho Boiling ; and for tho world-ronowncd ESTEY ORGANS and Boosoy'ti Bvaao Band Instruments. Universal Providersof PIANOFORTES, ORGANS, MUSIC, and MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS of Evcr...

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Cash v. Credit. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 28 June 1892

€na!i v. Credit-. - - In all parts of tho commerckl world this /question is; onoe more becoming l one of ?prominence, 'nud particularly with regard to retail business. Transactions between ipjpoi'ters, distributing houses, and,!' store keepers are more br less conducted on a regular system, nnd ihere is no need for special comment, nut everywhere it is being ; the evil of the credit system for retailers is so serious thai something must bo done to prevent scrioiis results. No one, of course, would advocate any resort to a, strict cash system nil round. Cash scores do exist nnd tiourisli in some localities, but it is just as apparent that others And a limited credit system, with proper safeguards, quite ns satisfactory nnd profitable, and tlmt certain communities cannot possibly do without a system of periodical or seasonable paying. Where tho main source of revenue for the fonuiJiinity is the harvest, or the vintage, or any other thing which conies only at long and Stated intervuls,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 28 June 1892

Holloway's Pills. — The changes of tcmpfcraturo and weather frequently upaet persons who nrcmost cautious of their health, and most particular in their diets. These corrective, purifyiug, aod gentle aperient Pills are tho best remedy for all dcfcctivo actions of the digestive organs ; they augment the appetite, strengthen the stomach, correct billions r?S3, and carry off alt that in noxious from the system. Holloway's Pills are composed of rare balsams, unmixed with baser matter, and on that account are peculiarly well adapted for the young, delicate and aged. As this peerless medicine has gained fame in the past, so will preserve it in the future by its rene voting and invigorating qualities, and it3 incapacity of doing harm. To Ccke Skis Diseases.— Sulpholine Lotion quickly drives away eruptions, pimples, blotches, redness, eczema, acne, disfigurements, roughness, and scurf, &c , leaving a clear spotless slant, an/^ beautiful complexion. Sulpholino is a necessity for the s...

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A Funny Game. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 28 June 1892

i '?.* :Ai Pastiuy A fow frionda met' tho othor tight in a Newtown store to sboiid a'joyial opening, but ns they were all teetotallers and none ot thim drank anything? stronger _ than Clomonts Tonic, drunkenness was out of tho question, Mac pnp03ed a mine at euchro, and Jonea said thoy. had bettor play for eomothing just to givo the gsmo an interest and make it livoly, but times wer« hard, so thoy did not care to play for monoy. Smith, howo rer, Spied p box cf??lotehero bilious and -liver pills.- and nro. E,Jfj c'-cll a l5an, bcaten ho {should tako a pill, and this made the pmo lively and tho fun wco fast r.bd-5urioU!j. Slmpon owallowcd five Jones got away with four.and Smith and HcpkinS tv.:o each nnd iiao got off. ccjt frco. . Tho raine tarminated by a general exodus at 3 a.m., for Dr. Metchor a pillo never labour in »ain. ... Thoy are tho .lest anu mildest pills' made c.id 'aie' cold by all ohonijstp and druggisto . every v/horo ; boiim a posf, tivo, oafo aud reliable; euro' for ...

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Postal Inquiry at Robertson. VOTE OF CONFIDENCE IN THE POSTMASTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 28 June 1892

E0ostei naHjuafiry ^ Eottlberltsoiii. A VOTE OF CONFIDENCE IN THE POST MASTER. An onquiry took place in J. H. Cauldwoll'o Hotel, Robertso.i, touching on charges mado agaiust Mr. J. A. Macken, Postmaster, at Robert soil, before G. T. Unwin, Postal luspcctor. The following nharges wow read over : — That tho post master had insulted private eitizono in their religious belief ; ho wroto letters nnd othor articles in the local papers causing disoention amongst the people ; ho alistntcd himself from the nn»ih fnr nnvoml flnv.i ?n . t._ allowed the p^por proprietor to put supplements in (I papnr that was printed in ilittaganjj and cont through tho post to Kobortson, ouch supplement boing put i-.i tho Robertson post oflicc bcfqro delivery. He closed the post ofiico dqor between tho hours of 7 and 8 p.m. S. J. McBaron objectpcVto, the onquiry proceed ing as l^o was the only ono of tlioso who had oauso to complain that had received notico, and that notico was not received till II o'clock, tha...

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Coroner's Inquest, Bundanoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 28 June 1892

Coroner's DGupcsti;, fiSnaaiflffiBocirao The District Coroner (A. D. Badgery, Esq.) held ; nn inquest 011 the body of an infant, Stanley Kater Dennis, at the residence of Mr. William Hall, Bnndauoon, with the following jury : — Samuel I Tooth, Foreman, George Atkinson, Henry Martin, i James Layton, junr., E. Hayman, junr., John Burgess, Humphries McLaren. After tho jury had viewed the body, the follow-' imr witness* were examined : — Aiina Hall 011 oath stated, I am the wifo of William Hall, and reside in Bundauoon. I know the deceased Stanley Kater Dennis, tho illegitimate 3on 9f my si&tn*, Esther Dennis. He was horn in Syduey, N.S.W.. on the 23rd of May, 1891, and \7U3 about 13 months old. About a fortuight ago ho took ill. I gave him some castor oil ; beseemed to get worse and vomited ; he reached up some blood and corruption. I gave him some nourish- - ment but ho could not keep it down. I also gave him some medicine I got from Mr. Nicholas ; ho, did not seem to get any ...

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Robe[?]. SCHOOL OF ARTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 28 June 1892

? ' Qol:eV.. School op Aiits.! ? ..i' A committee moating- of 1»0' held on Wednesday evening last^ .tUerg,b«ing preseut— Messrs. W. R ' HindmnfaU '(chair), W. White, H.: Dennis,' G White, J. T. Stojie^S. J.'.r.lcBarrjn, E:. E, Medlioott, J, W._Stone, C. Stubbing!!, and M. Hussey (hon 1 The, ;minutes of previous meetingo were read and adopted. IF was dseided to purchase a copy of Greville's ' Year Book of Australia.'' . An account for £1 from Mr. Bursill for -erecting a reading de3k was;]jas:rid. '- . . Tlio sub-com mitteo then, presented their scale of chargeb for ; the lining, of tlio hall, v;liich, wit!i a few alterations, ware adopted. Ar.' dpplicatiori from' t!ie'OraVip;e Lodgafor the use of the hall. for their July celebration was granted. ? - ? - Our Special Correspo ident. — Mr Dennis drew the attention of the committee to the report of tho last School of Arts meeting which appeared in the Struttnccr, written by *a- Bpecid' correspondent; They. should take into, consideration...

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FOOTBALL. BOWRAL ASSOCIATION V. GOULBURN WALLEROOS. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 28 June 1892

FOOTBALE. BOWRAL ASSOCIATION V. GOULBURN WALLEROOS. [By Goal Post.] Theso two teams tried conclusions on thoGlebo ground, Bowral, on Saturday afternoon J.iat, Tho weather was all tlint could be desired and the attendance very fair, including a fow visitors from Mosa Vale. A Mathicsnn c »ptaiued tho Wallcrooe, and W.'R.ind:tI:o, Acscciation. Tho hon.o t:2m had 1 he choice of goals and ?dected to defend tho uortlioi n end, thus leaving tho visitors to Off with the sun in their faces.' The AVnlleroookSpnac not the leather in motion at 3.15, 'nnd after aoout fifteen minutes' play King succeeded in crossing tho Association lino, 'jut na ho ran into touch-in* goal tho try wa3 disallowed. However, thio player who io exceedingly fast, was not tobo denied, and he again carried the ball ncroa3 the line, thi*c timo immediately behind the posts, but tha kick at goal resulted in a poatcr- ? Play conllnacd'-iii^BOT7ral territory, and shortly before half-time: 0.,.,;:;i d-shccl across the Associat...

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STRAY NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 28 June 1892

STRAV NOTES (By Scrutator.) Tho CQblo informed us tho othor mornin'p; that tho Enclioh Postal Authoritios.woro about to consider tho question of buyiifc up i ho various linos of tolophonoo in Lurldon ; n tho oamo way. doubtlem, that thodifforont Britioh tologrnpii oorapamos woro oomo au yonro ago tnkon over by the Governmonf. It id, in tho intorootoof tho public oapooinlly, very oarnoatly to bo hopod tbnt such n rotorm may ovontuate. It io groatly to bo rogrottod, both in tho intoresto of commoroinl morality and of public convonionco, that tho propriotoro of Bell'a patont ohoald havo thought fit oomo yoaro ago to ohargo for thoir tolophono instruments quito fifty timeo moro than thoy oost. As is vroll known, tho Americano, and othnrs, carried on a ourreptitioua manufacture and oalo thereof, wmoii conoiaoraoiy iosuuuhu iuo yiuum u» tho Bell Tolophono Oo., great as thoy woro. But if tho company had beon content to chnrgo an ordinary oum for a pair of instruments, and the manufaoturo b...

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