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LOCAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 26 January 1892

LOCAL ITEMS. In our. advertising' columns Mr. H. Richardson, one of the retiring aldermen, offers himself for re eleotion to the Moss Valo Council. A meeting will be lie'.d to-morrow (.Wed nesday) at the Parsonage, Sutton Forest, at 3.30 p.m., to found a branch of the Minister ing Children's League. Mr. C. L. Nicholson, who was recently reooromended by his colleagues for a seat on tho .Licensing oench has had ins appointment officially notified. ' Those who are so fortunate as to have claims before the District Court to be held at Moss Vale on the 11th February, are re minded that Friday next, 29th inst., is the last available day for entering plaints. A oup match between Camden and Camden Park cricketers was commenced on Saturday at the .park. . The latter in their two innings scored 172 runs. Camden only made 47 rune in their first innings, and in their second iiinings lost three wickets for 16 runs. ? On Monday the police applied for protec tion for a middle aged man named James ...

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ONE MAN ONE VOTE. To the Editor of the Scrutineer. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 26 January 1892

one man One vote. To the Editor of the Scrutineer. Sir, — The movement in favor of the one man one vote system is baaed upon the popular idea that all men are equal and deserve to possess equal privi leges, but the slightest impartial consideration of the question will show that equality before tbe law . — that is, the equal right of every man to be valued at what he is worth, not in his own eyes but in the eyes of his fellow citizens— is the only form of equality that is either just or attainable. If a man ia dissatisfied with his position it is he himself that must improve it by his own industry, intelligence, and frugality. The law cannot make him better than he makes lumself. These aro nssfirtinns nnnrfc from all party creeds which lie at the roots of poli tical philosophy, and which the simplest citizen may substantiate by his own experience and reflec tion. All the great electoral reforms achieved dur ing the present century in the leading countries of tho world have been base...

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CRICKET. COLO VALE V. FITZROY. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 26 January 1892

CRICKET. COLO TALE Y. FXTZItOY, On 8aturday laet a match was played at he Show-ground, Moaa Vale, and resulted a a win for tho homo team bv 19 rune. Appended aro tho individual scores Colo Valo. Murray, b Arnott ? 4 T, Jellory, b Cullen ? a H. Jeffery, o Dunn b Cnllen ... ... 0 C. Altera, b Garling ... ... ... 13 Buokloy, b Arnott. ... ... ... 2 D. Jeffery, rnn out ... .. 15 P. Hoaro, b Cullon ... ... ... 4 J. Fleoton, 0 and b Arnott ... ... 8 J. Hoult b Arnott . ... - ... ... 1 C. Pcarco, c darling b Breakwell ... 4 E. Charlter, not out ... ? 1 Sundries .... ... ? 0 , Total ... ... ... - ... 67 Moss Vale, Dunn, 0 and b H. Jeffrey ? 8 Breakwell, c Fleeton, b H. Jeffrey ... ' 8 Wallace, c Jeffery, b H, Jeffery ... 0 Garling, b Fleoton ... ? 3 Arnott, 0 Eliiott, b Fleeton ... 1(5 Culey, run out ? ? ... ... 11 W. Cullen, h Murray ... ... ... 24 Badford, b Jeffrey ... ,.. ... 2 Whitely, b Mu ray ... ... . ... 1 Elliott, not out .. ... 2 Limond, c and b Murray ... ? 0 Sundries ? ? 23 Tot...

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MOSS VALE BRASS BAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 26 January 1892

MOSS VALE BRASS BAND. W.e would specially direct the attention of district readers to the athletic sports which are to be hold to-day (Tuesday) on the Moss Vale showground, under tho auspices of the Moas Valo Brass Band. The programme, whivheomprises seven distinct events, is given in another column. Amusements will nlqn be provided for children and there will be dancing in tho.pavilion and a plain and fancy dress ball in the Centennial Hall in the evening. It is ocarcely necessary to put forth the claim of a local bani to the public support. Scarcely anything gives one so much pleasure ao good musio well played. The playing of tha Muss Vale band during last week showed very clearly the rapid strides they are making. It only needs now to continue its' strength and get regular practice.

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UNCLAIMED LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 26 January 1892

UNCLAIMED LETTERS. Tho following unclaimed letters arc now lying at tho General Poat OHice, Sydney, nnd may be had on applic ition. Pnvtieu must nend correct number of letter tvith the date (15th Dec.) and number (HO) of iiut in which they may have observed their names. LbTTKKS FilOM PLACID BKYOND THE COLONV. ?' 170 Bush C. E., Picton 42l Campbell J. J., Jamheroo 8U Clement.-} K., Ke-ilatid r j.' l*J FetgnuouA., Iiowral ;VvV 88 GuinncHy J., Pictou ;;; jj 2IC1 Moso Mr., Mittagong v 1!) Ohlin Mro. J.. Buugnma (2) / \ 22 Payne W.t Moss Vnlc Country Lkttiiius. , \ 123 AtuleiHon \V., Bowral v lol) Armstronif J.. Kangaroo Valley. - , t}* 170 Ashford J., Mittcgoug (2) IS1 Ashford Isie, Mittngong ; ..-Pfe 20 Bikci /I r , ]Jo\vnl 127 Barton lidw., Bowral 107 Baylw Geo., llowral ' rf;fl ' 220 Bell Win., Mittagong * 273 Berrigan Mrs. Jas., Moss Vale -^\ 300 Hince William, Bowral 359 Bloin Charles P., Bowral 401 Booth S.. Upper Picton . 440'Braddou Mr., ltobertson 484 Braccnan W., Mittagong ? (...

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

? R. 511 ffi IS ft- H A Wl j ATJCTIOWBER, WILDS MEADOW AND ROBERTSON, ARK Prepared to conduct Sales in any part of tho Diitrict. JmEkT -W. MCDMSDS. & Co., 'Auctioneers and Property Agents, Valuators, &c., THE XIART, BOWRAL CLIPFORD, Auctioneer, House, land, & Estate Agent Sales Conducted throughout the District. Agent for Fire, life and Stock nsurance Companies. Argylc Street-. SIoss Vnlc. ALFRED L. SMITH. (Late HENRY L. SMITH,) CO MM I S 8 1 0 JN A 6 E N. 2, and GENERAL PRODUCE MERCHANT, COMMERCIAL STORES, 118 and 120 Sussex-street, Sydney. FOLEY BROTHERS, COMMISSION AGENTS and PRODUCE MERCHANTS, 113 and 112 SUSSEX-STREET, SYDNEY ALL Consignments received under Personal Super vision and Ready Sale at Highest Market I'rice Guaranteed. Acconnt Sales rendered promptly, and special attention given to the return of empty pa ;kagcs, A Trial Respectfully Solicited. ' PUBLIC ft'OTIKDIB. H. TAYLOR & SON HAVE opened a BRANCH OFFICE in BOBunsTSCTOSJ, As AUCTION...

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

Piiotooiuhiy.— Mr. Sibert, the well-known photographer, whose roputntion for over thirty years 1ms established lmn a favorite, is now at Bowral, where ho has erected, at great expense, a studio, which will enable him to turn out work superior to anything in the district. Everybody i3 invited to his studio to judgo for them selves. Satisfaction guaranteed. Photos taken by instantaneous process. All work beautifully enamelled, aud thoreby prevented from fading. Sydney prices. No photographer named John Small, Henry Hay, or 'William Jackson is In my employ, or in any way connected with my firm. £10 reward will bo paid for information of any photographer obtaining money or work in my namo, not legally authorised, l'rfnted form of rccoipt can at ouco satisfy you.— 0. A. Sibort, photographer, Mosa Vale. Head-quarters, Bowrtl, ? —Am?, ?

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 26 January 1892

In a rcpoit upon the past wheat harvest, tho Government Statistician saya that, generally 8pcaKiug, the results of the seasons harvest art) : disappointing. Tho yield is estimated at 3,900,000 bushels from an area of 318,205 acres, being about 12*5 liusbcls per acre. Mr. Coghlan eytimatea that the quantity- of wheat that will hnvoto be imported tliis year will bo from 3,750,000 to 4,000,000 bushels. e At the Trades and Labour Council on Thursday » night a resolution wa3 carried expressing tho rcgrofc / oftho council at tho death of Cardinal Manmug, / tho father ot tho poor. The vioib'euupply of American wheat io C3tima{' at 07,500,000 bushels. ^ Tho 'wholo of tho Now South 3^ Troasnvy bilisfor £1,250,000 havob^11 Brokora hold^tuo bulk, and tho' corapanios nvo oli'eriog tho balanc Tho 2imcs stato3 that if tho issuc\^r Treasury bills becorao gooorql/ inptoad of being* chookod wilj^? Tho Standard atatoa that t^' likely to go at uiuoli of a It is stated that four »**?' ageut at Tulla, i...

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VALUE OF THE BERRY ESTATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 26 January 1892

VALUE OF TEE BERRY ESTATE. Replying to questions by Mr. McCourt in the Assembly on Tuesday last, Mr. See said tho gross value of the Berry estate, as submitted for probate duty, was £1,255,936 qu^i'i. value of the freehold land in the Shoalhaven district was taken as oqunl to £10 13s 6d per aero, with a maximum value per acre of £200. nnrl n minim,,™ „„i„„ acre of £2. The total value of the Shoal havon land was regarded aa being £674,407 10s. The total valuo of the North Shore estate was eatimated at £521,050, giving an average valuo pe £1000. Tho valuators in tho estate were Messrs. Hardie and Gorman. The Government did not accept valuation without having valuation made on their behalf,

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THE JARVISFIELD MINERAL WATER, PICTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 26 January 1892

THE JARVISFIELD MINERAL WATER, PICTON. 'Wo notico thnt nt thn ticroioii of tho Aus tralnsinn Association for tlio nrlvnncomont of Scienco holil rccontly nt Ilolmrt, Hfr. Albort J. Sncli, F.C.S., iScionco of Art mnal( r nt tho Goulburn Techtncnl school, ronrl tlio follon* ? ingf pnper ou tho Jnrviefield minornl wntor, Picton 'Tho town of Picton, No.v South Wulon, wqb formerly known by tho nnnio of Stono t» q i_. o- .1 ? Vtuu.lj. 1HO OllUUiaill, u. IHl.OU Ut!Si™ 10 minutes nnd E. long. 130 dogrees .01 tninutop, nnd in dintnnt by mil 03 milo3 Bouth-wost from Sydnoy on tho uiniu nonth ern road. Tho town contnina n populntion of nonrly n thouonnrl nnd lica in n vnlloy bordered by fortilo lulln, ami io 500ft. nbovo sea lovol. Tlio luud in tlio district ia rich nnd aupportnn lnr^o sf;riculturnl nnd dniry fnrm ing populntion. *JL I10 npringn nro aitu.itod 011 tho old military Rrant (1H22) of Jurvisfudd, rondo to tho hto Major Antill of H.M. 73rd regiment. Tlio lnud linn uontinuod iu tho own...

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BUNDANOON. PUBLIC MEETING re ROAD TO THE GULLIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 26 January 1892

BUNDANOON. fFroiii our Correspondent) , PUBLIC MEETING re ROAD TO THE GULLIES. In response to on invitation signed by a few of the residents about 12 people turned Kp at this meeting last evening, and without exception it wae the most disorderly meeting that has taken placo for many a year at Bundanoon, epithets such as your 3 d ? d liar, etc., being a favourite expression of one oultured gentleman who had a creat deal to say on tho question, It appears that a depu tation had been sent from and by the Pro gress Committoo nakinc tho .Government to take nine feet off th6 hill on the present road, but not asking for any adding to tho road. This a fow of the property c-wnerG object to, as they consider it would damage thoir sections. Objections aro also urged by land owors who will frequently, use this road, as they consider that if a few feet is only takeu off tho hill, it will be eveu more dangerous than what it is at the present time, for at the present time no one would think of sit...

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SOUTHERN RIFLE ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 26 January 1892

SOUTHERN RIFLE ASSOCIATION, j Patron : His Exoellcney the Earl of Jcrecy. President : Capt. Tho Hon. II. E. ICntor, M.L-C. Vice-prealdcnta : Colonel Eden, Colonel Goodlut, Lt.-Col. Mncdonald, Lt.-Col. Farrell, Lt.-Col. Stoliea, Lt.-Col. Ilolborrow, Major Lascotttr, and tho ofiiccro commanding tho G'avairy, Mounted Infantry, and licacrvc3 in tlio Southorn and South i/iaineiu. j. illume.'! . wjjumi inenon.il. 15. ICater, Captain l!radlniryr nnd Mr. C. Taylor. Council : Captains Bradbury, Cowper, Biggins, Allen, Munro, Quirk, Hcthcrinf-ton, Lieut. Hapier, 3crgt. Duprez, and Messrs, W. W. Berry, J. 11. Scroggie, J. Blatch. C. Taylor. W. Jones, R. H. Tcrvio, F. Wotton, H. G. Lambert, nnd H. Colo man. Executive Committed: Capt. Bradbury, Lieut. Napier, Mr. W. \V. Borry, C. Taylor. J. R. Bcroggio, F. Wotton, and H. Calcman. Treasurer : Mr. Lambert. Secretary : Mr. G. Gissing.

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MEMORIAL SERVICE in MOSS VALE. THE DEPARTED DUKE. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 26 January 1892

MEMORIAL SER VICE in MOSS VALE. Tiie Departed Dunn. Sunday was generally recognised in Moss ' Vale as a day consecrated to tho memory of tho young Prince who, had I10 lived, was 011c day destined to be King of Great Britain and its dependencies. Preaching at St. John's Church in tlio morning the Rev. A. G. Stoddart made feel ing allusion to tiie sad event. Ho remarked that it was only when death knocked at the ; door of some eminent person that the atten- I tion of the world at large could be effectually directed to the limitations of our nature and the inevitable conditions of our common humanity. It was ever true, as sot forth in his text — ' In the midst of life wo are in death.' In the very heyday of life we wero liable to bo cut down ; it therefore behoved each and everyone to so demean themselves that when tho day of departure came they would not bo unpropared for the summons. In the evening tho sermon was delivered by the Rev. G. H. Muzy formerly of Kanga roo Valley, his text...

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MITTAGONG MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 26 January 1892

MITTAOONG MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. I The usual fortnightly meeting of tho Mittagong Council wa3 holtLon Wednesday ovoning loot, thoro woro prosent— Aid. Vilos (lUayor), and Aldormon Mealing, Richards, i.iiddloton, Dawson, Larhin, Drnpor, fahoatlior and Middloton. COIUtESroHDENCE. From tho Colonial Secretary's Offico, Sydnoy, in roply to alottor from the Council wJiich protostod against public holidays boiug proclaiinod without oufficiont reason, and saying that it had been tho practico of referring all applications for holidays in country towns to tho Mnyor or members for. tho district for approval boforo pro claiming thorn. Aid, Dav/oon movod, 'Hint tho Council Clerk wrilo to tho membors for tho oloctorato, protesting against public holidnyo hoing pro claimed on ouch trivial oicabions as race meotings.' Aid. Richardo seconded, and it was carried. From tho Municipal Association, Sydnoy, (in roply to a qtiostion), saying that it was tho duty of tho Council to provide for drain ing water of...

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BOWRAL POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, JAN. 22ND, 1892. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 26 January 1892

BOWRAL POLICE COURT Friday, Jan. 22nd, 1892. .Boiorc Mcssra. J. J. Campbell and Thos. Dawson Jb.P. ' J. Coffey, for being drunk in Bong Bong.gtreet Fined 10s, oi'iS hours. J* Qlccson, for beinc drunk in Burradoo-street* Hunt v. Fiddes, Insulting language. No op. pearance of complainant, and case dismissed*

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TEROSBY PARK ESTATE [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 26 January 1892

TEROSBY PARK ESTATE The great subdivisonal sale of the Throsby Park Estate was conducted on the ground last Saturday afternoon by Mr. Henry Gorman, of tho firm of Hardie and Gorman. A special train was run from Sydney for the benpf^ 1 'intendi'- purchasers.' and ' ' ?-? ,tK'' '(«e«;Wa,of thope who ?es given, for a remiXr~ ^\ bean author}® the petition 01RH; a''T^-- fabulous reserves property, the objeot being towiM^'-w figure and on fair terms. The menced at 3 p.m.. and lasted over two houri^ bidding at times being pretty brisk. Messrs'.* R. Viles, Goodridge, James Irving nnd othera were omongst tho looal purchasers. Messrs. Hardin and Gorman report that town lots realised up to £6 per foot, and suburban allotments from £25 to £61 per aore. Total result of cale : £5,196 14s 6d.

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UNSTAMPED NEWSPAPER SUPPLEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 26 January 1892

UNSTAMPED NEWSPAPER SUPPLEMENTS^ Mr. Traill put a question to the post master-general in the Assembly on Tuosday' as to whether it was not a fact that nows paper supplements not printed in tho colony were transmitted free through tho post in; contravention to tho regulations. Mr. Kidd answered : — ' Thoro is littlo doubt that not. only weekly but other newspapers contain ing supplements printed outside tho colony aro posted, unstamped, contrary to tho law ; but it is obviously difficult, if not impossible, for tho postal officials in tho hurry of sorting to ascertain whether tho contents of news papers aro printed in or out of the colony.' He intimated his intenti n of insisting, as far as possiblo, on the law being observed.

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AN IMPORTANT HOME RULE VICTORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 26 January 1892

AN IMPORTANT HOME RULE VICTORY. London, Jan. 24. — The election of a member of tho House of Commons for tho JRosscndalo Division of Lancashire to fill tlio vacancy caused by the elevation of the late member, the MQrquis of Hartington, to tho Pceraqe, took placo yesterday, Tho result of the polling waa in favour ot Mr. Madcn, tho Home little eaudidato, who waa clectcd by a majority of 1225 votes over Mr. Brooks, the Unionist candidate. The numbers polled wore Madcn (Homo Rule), COOS ; 13rook3 (Unionist), 4811. [A.t tho laat general election tho Marquis of Hartiugton (Unionist) polled 5309 votes against Mr. T.J Newbigging'o (Gladstone Liberal) 39-lOj.

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BOWRAL VOLUNTEER COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 26 January 1892

BOWRAL VOLUNTEER COMPANY, ? Tho following is tho order ot tlio parades for tlio Bowral H. Company V.l. : — ' ' January 30, 3 p.m., drill order ; Bkoloton battalion drill. : February 20, 3 p.m., drill order ; company drill. March 5, 3 p.m., drill order; bayonet oxcorciso nnd guard duties. March 19, 10 a.m., drill order, with great coats, water-bottles, haversacks, with dinners; fiold firiug ; wliolo day piradf. Tho wholo of tlio parades will take pi;, co at Bowral. . A well-attended parade was hcld'on Saturday; last, bayonet cxccrciso and skirmishing being thp order of the day. .'

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BOWRAL MUNICIPAL ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 26 January 1892

B O WRAL MUNICIPAL ELECTION \ Four gentlemen have been nominated for tho three vacancies in the Bowral municipal council. Messrs, J. J. Campbell and A. J. Harrison (retiring aldermen), and Messrs, Rico aud Kennedy. At a meeting of the labour league held 011 TlmrGtlay night it was resolved to run two candidates, Messra. Matthcwson and Wylie being jhoscn. Mr. Camp bell lias served for nearly six years as an alderman, and has been Mayor of the town. Mr. Harrison lias juotcomploted luafirat threo years of office, while Mr. Rico has also been in tho council in the past. The new men aro Mr. Kennedy, nnd old and well known reaident ; Mr. Matthewson, president of the labour league, and Mr. Wylie, an old resident, who withdrew from tho last municipal olcction contest after nomination.

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