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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 1 July 1892
To Darken* Ghey Haiu. — Lockyer'n Sulp'^.i* Hair Restorer is tho quickest, best, cahst r-^jsto lcs3, effects moro than any other, Tho pro duced ia most natural. Lockyer'a sulphur h tho only English hair restorer universally cold. — Advt. Holloway's Pills. — Tho changes of temperature and weather frequently up3ot persons who aro mo3t caution^ of their health, and moat particular in their diets. These corrcctive, pnrifyiug, and gontle aperiont PilU aro tho bc3t remedy for all dcfcctivo actions of tho digedtivo]organo ; thoy augfnent tho appetite, strengthen tho stomach, corvcot billions HG33. nnd enrrv off nil thnt in nnvinnu from f.hn oyotem. Holloway'o Pill3 aro composed of raro balsams, unmixed with baser mattor, and on that account aro peculiarly well adapted for tho youn^/ delicato, ana aged. As thiq peerless medicine gained fame in tho past, co will preservo it / tho | luturo by its renovating and invigorating/ ^alities, , and its incapacity of doing harm. /.??' To Cure Skin Dis...
Local Land Board. (Before Messrs. A. O. Moriarty &D. Morrice, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 1 July 1892
ILocal foMitl CSoasrtll. (Before Mc^sro. A. O.Moriatty &D. Morrico, J.P.) I A meeting ot tho above was hold at the Court house, Moss Vale, on Thursday, Juno 30tb. The following cases wero dealt with : — Fannio A. Cordeaux, c p 91-31, 80 acres, Bullio.— Confirmed ; fonciug to ho of six wires. Patrick John McMahon, c 1 .92-1, 150 acrcs, Wingcllo. — Disallawcd. John William Tamo, c p 91-27, 140 acres. Murrimba. — Confirmed ; fencing bfcix wire3. Joseph Alders, o p 92-11, 320 acres, Bangadilly. — Disallowed. Joseph Alders, o 1 92-8, 960 acrc3,. BangodjUy,— Disallowed. Frcdorick Y. Casburnj.rc o 1 G900, 4192 acrc3, Nundialla as to conditioas.— Conditbns of fe^cinc» satisfactory. . . . John Robert Casburn, rc c 1 1O027, 340 aorco, Nundialla, as to conditions. — Adjourned to next sittings. Gavin Baxter Fletcher, c p 91-14, 1G0 &o.rc3K Wingello. — Confirmed 124 acres, fencing to ho -oix wires, r John Follcn3, o 1 91-10, 150 acrcs, Bumballa,— Confirmed, rent 3d per aero ; fon...
NEW MEN, NEW LIGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 1 July 1892
NEW MEN, NEW LIGHTS. It is not enough to win rights from a king and writo them down in a book. Now mon, [now lights ; and tho fathoro' codo tho oono may novor brook. What i3 liberty now wero licence then ; their frco dom our yoko would bo ; And each now dccado must havo now mo u to deter mino its liborty,
BREVIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 1 July 1892
IB Hi ES V n a. : Wo -boliovo a Dramatic, and Debating Claoa io to bo established chortly in connection with St. John's Recreation Club. Tho Fitzroy Football Club will mcot tho Goulburn Walierooa on tho latter'a ground on Saturday, 9th inst, A social will bo given by St. Jobn'o Recreation Club on Friday, 15th in3tant, when all membero aro requested to roll up. Invitations cau bo obtained on application to tho secretary. At a recent meeting held in Robertson, when ono m jmbor was speaking, another ono tho opposite sido oi tnc taoie roso twico v/itu a point oi cauur ouoi nesu. First speaker : I dont want you as my adviser, I know what I am speaking about. ? You'ro worse than any old woman. Tho speaker finished his speech uninterrupted. Mr. Robertson considers that about osvon eights of tho buildings in Robertson aro not ouitablo for sito or climato. Wyndham J. Davies chic! Inspector Po:ifc Office Department accompanied ,by Mr. . Robertson of tho Government Architects Department visite...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 1 July 1892
llffiKLftil 11LUIEW ADRE88HUKIML, ? |ot ? MISS MOLONY HAS much plonsuro in announcing to tho LADIES of MOSS YALE nnd SUR ROUNDING* DISTRICTS that sho is JUST OPENING her art Will !ss#i?Sji season Stock -OF— French and EnsgJufillii MfinnilDiieii'S'', Dllntf rj, QBounets, Birds. Wings, ©n'DiicinaiiGainlrJo TMomiimaOimgo,. IEic,, Dress HHnttcii'SciIIa t'ca (Dllnownotl ITwogiHej. Seu»ges, Fancy fflJn-eaa (GVooifilrj ©nncl HVflnmmimifiiigs. ; Equal in Style and Price to any House in Sydney. ? : — :o: ? . ; k FIRST-CIASSISTAFJF OF DRESSMAKERS FROM SYDNEY OS PREMISES STYLE ANDIFITIGUARACJTEED, ? o ? ORDERS BY POST PUNCTUALLY ATTENDED TO NOTE THE ADDRESS : OPPOSITE THE NEW POST OFFICE, AT? GYLE STREET, M03S V4LE. SHOiPPING S3 POST. THE CELEBRATED ORIElT CLOTHIMG Men's Wintex* W cap. First quality Tweed Suits, splendid value 403 j Regulation Sor^'o Suits, fast colors ... 45s Extra quality Tweed Suits do. 45s j Cheviot Serge Suits, fast colors ... 50a Special quality Tweed Suits do. 5os i Ext...
THE S.C. & W.C. CO-OPERATIVE COMPANY S PRICE LIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 1 July 1892
THE S.C. Si W.C. CO-OPERATIVE COMPANY S PRICE LIST. Sydney, June 29th, £ s. d. £ b. d Butter (factory), per lb ... 0 1 6 to .0 1 6 Do. let quality (dairy) ... 0 13 0 14 Do. 2nd „ „ ... 0 0 8 0 0 10 Bacon, hand cured. ... 0 0 6 0 0 6£ Do. machine curod : ... 0 0 6 0 0 6 Hams, hand cured ...? 0 0 6 0 0 8 Do. machine cured ... 0 0 5 !0 0 6 Checso, l&t quality ... 0 0 5 0 0 6 Do. 2nd and inferior ... 0 ., 0 . 4 0 0 ; 5 Honoy per lb. ... ... 0 .0. 8-, ' 0 0 4 Pigs, each ... ... .«? .0 12' 6 17 6 Calves ... mi ..» ;0, 5, 0 0 17 0' Hides per lb. ... : ® ® H 0 0 2i CalfskinB, caoh ... ... 0 '0 9 0 1 9 Flour ? ... 0 0 0 12 10 0 Do. 2nd ... ... ... 0 0 0 12 6 0 Maize, por bush, ... ... 0 2 10 0 3 0 Wheat (chick) ... ... 0 3 6 0 4 0 Barley (Eng»), per bush.... 0 /0 0 0 0 0 Bo. (Cape) ? 0 0 0 0 3 10 Bran... ... ... ... *'0.0 0 13 Oats (seed) ? ? 0 8 0 3 0 Do; (feod) *m ??;«. 0 3 7 0 2 8 Onions, por ton ... 0 0 0 4 6 0 Hay, oaten.,. ... ... 0 0 0 6 0 0 Do. lucerne ... ... 0 0 0 0 0 0 Pot...
EVEN TILL NOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 1 July 1892
EVEN TILL NOW. Even till now, tho' yearn havo gono | Adown Timo'o flowing river ; Avon till now for thco atono My heart io yearning over 1 Day after day, from morn till ovo, Thy faco is atiu beforo mo ; Never my soul tho spoil can leavo That onco was woven o'or mo J Even till now — till now — Tho' hope and I should sever, ' r' Tfey faco I see, And near to mo It must romain for ever I Even till now thy word* I hear, When vowh were softly spoken ; Even till now in dreams appear Thy smiles, of lovo tho token 1 Vain, only vain, are dreams so sweet, Thoy vanish when I waken; Prtio, only pain, to mo they mete, And wring my heart forsaken I Even till now — till now— Though hope and I should sover, ; ; ? Thy face I nco, ?- , . And near to mo ' it must remain for over 1
Selected Poetry. JUST DO YOUR BEST [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 1 July 1892
Selected Poetry. JUST DO YOUR BEST, Tho slffn in bad when folko commcnco A findin' fault with Providcnco And balkln' cauco tho earth don't shako ? At ov'ry prancin' step thoy talcc. No mau io great till ho can oco How less than littlo ho would bo l£f stripped to cclf, nnd atari: and baro- Ho hung hia oigu out nnywhoro. My dootcrn io to lay n-mlo . Contontiono, nnd bo natisficd ; Juofc do your bent, and praiso cr blamo That follcra that counta juot tho camc, I'vo alluo noticcd that great qucccss Io mixed with troubleo, moro or leso, And it'o the man who doca tho beat That gia moro kicks than nil tho rest,
Postal Enquiry at Robertson. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 1 July 1892
Postal Inquiry at Robertson. &nbsp; [From a SHORTHAND Writer's NotES] ON Friday morning last a public inquiry was held in the large room of the Criterion Hotel, Robertson, into the charges proferred' by Samuel McBarron against Mr. J. A. Macken, postmaster at Robertson. There were present, besides Mr. Geo. Plastowe Unwin (postal inspector), Messrs. R. Ferguson (Manager Commercial Bank), J. T. Haytcr (presi dent of the progress Committee), W. G.Warby (of' &nbsp; Warby & Co.), R. M. Graham (of Hayter & Graham) W. Graham, Geo. Schlaadt, Geo. White, Jas. Bell, E. E. Medlicott, W. Akers, John Daries, T. Jones, John Graham, A. Humphries, J. Mannix, Constable Sale and S. J. McBarron, etc. etc. The Postal Inspector commenced the inquiry by stating that the Rev. Mr. Colwell called on the secretary of the G. P.O., Sydney. He stated to him that there were very curious chargcs to make against one of his officers. He told Mr. Colwell to put his charges in writing a...