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MISS FISHER'S PRESENTATION. (To the Editor of the Scrutineer.) [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 28 December 1892

MISS FISHER'S PRESENTATION. (To the Editor of the Scrutineer. J ' Sir,— My letter, which appeared in your issue of 21st, may have been a childish one. I leave that to be determined by those better able to judge than Mr: Clifford. But for pure maliciousness and spitoful insinuations, I commend to tho public Mr. Clifford's letter in your issue of 24th inst. He says that ' the subscriptions wero con fined to parents of pupils in Miss Fisher's department ' and that ' neither they nor she had any desire to hold tho ceremony in the school,' and that ' tho collectors wero shown that the ceremony would run a great risk of being unpleasant should Mr. Bous field and some of the subscribers be at the meeting together, and thorefore the invita tions were limited to those entitled to be present.' Well, Sir, you will I hope allow .. me to state. that as regards tho first quota tion, I do not caro ono jot whether the money was collected from the parents or tbe general publio ; and as regards tho s...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CATHOLIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 28 December 1892

Catholic. Moss Vale—First Mass at St. P&uI'h church at 9 a.m. ; secoud Mass at Sutton Forest at 11 a.m.; evening devotions at 7-30 pj;r/^-Rev. Grace.

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 28 December 1892

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE [It must be distinctly understood that ice do not necessarily identify ourselves with opinions expressed hg correspondents.]

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
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PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 28 December 1892

Presbyterian. ?Mobs Vale 11; Bui/^wang 3 ; Sutton Forest 7.30, — Roy. Berry, M./f. Wej/evan. Moss Valo 3 p.iu.w/ov. J. Woolnough.

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
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Selected Poetry. LITTLE NED THE PRINTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 28 December 1892

Selected Voetry. -v LITTLE NED THE PRINTER. Only a bunch of buttcrcups, with a daisy horo and there, Nothiuj? mnch to look at, nothing very raro ; Tn6 lip-less j uq they stand in slid its handlo long 'go ; Tlio window opened slightly, waves the blossoms to and for. Mother sits a-sowing, for her needle makes bor brea-1, ' Mother sits a-thi:iking of her ono child — Little Ned. And Little Ned goes out to work— ho is a Printer's boy, And when ho brings his wages homo 'tis good: to ,eco his joy ! Mother is young and protty with a wealth of chest nut hair ; Littlo Ned resembleB her, only he is fair. Fair and bright, and manly, as his father used to be, Before they laid him down to rest, in silent com pany. Mother need not toil and strive, for she could wed 'gain, And live ns sho used to do, but it is not so plain ? That Little Ned would benefit — might not bo re conciled — . The man might want tho mother, but ho might not want tho child. Mother loves her little boy, and mother's love is t...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 28 December 1892

Specif* .? '?Advertisements ' , Ha MOSS V AlLE, :..?- / (Tpliolstcror, French Polisher, Piotr.ro ???', trainer. c:c. A LARGE Stock of I'tirniturc. Bcdnteads and Bedding, Carpets. Matting. Linoleum. Door Mat , &cM always on hand, opnng Holler and Venetian Blinds, made and litted or repaired. COfWAflERGIAl BANKING * COM T ANY. oxp G'crzo.'rj raxr. Established 1834. Incorporated 1848. Head Ofilco : ' : SYDNEY. CAPITAL ? SoUO.OOO RESERVE FOITD ? £030.000 Total ? £1,430*, 000 «T Branches throughout New South Wale3 anil . Queensland. Agouccs throughout, the world. All usual Banking Buuinccs transacted. MOSS VALE BRAIICH, E. EVERARD ROW, ' ^ _ Ma.vaokk, ' ' W, H,' PALING ft 00., 3Ca3EE3IC^n?Uia). ? Established 185?.. iKconroiUTeo 1883, Sole Agents for PIANOS by Steinway and Sons, Julius Fenricli, Ucbcl and Lcchlciter, Carl Kcke, The Victor, Tho Belling ; and for the world-renowned K8TEY ORGANS! and Booaoy'n Hrasn Band Instruments, Universal Providersof PIANOFORTES, ORGANS, MUSIC, a...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 28 December 1892

^ke Sautmm\ TEEMS Subscription 2/6 per quarter prepaid ; 3 /? if ' booked ; charged only from tho time of commencing. „ ? .Advertisements — otless than one inch, l/-ior the first two lines and 3d. por line aftor ; longnr advertisements, 3 /? for the firat inch and 1/6 for „ erery subsequent inch. A liberal reduction made 8 or standing advertisements. Advertisements o t births, mairiagcs, and deaths, if eenfc by post, must be authenticated by tho signature of somo person C known at the office, or thoy will not be inserted. Advertisements will be received up to G p.m. on day of pnblication. Tho number of insertions 'V should be written oil the face, or the advertise* meats will be continued till countermanded. ©rders for withdrawing, altering, or changing advertisements must be scut in by nine a.m. on Tuesdays and Fridays. S2T All accounts due for subscriptions, adyortid _ ing, ©r printing are payable at the office, Moss Vale R. BL ©SflfM, , ^TTCTIOlSrjEJjESIR,, 1 WILDS MEADOW AND ROB...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
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POSTAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 28 December 1892

POSTAL. On Mondays, j ucsdnys, Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays the mail will leave M033 Valo at 1.30a. tn., arriving at undermentioned places at times stated: — Yarrunga at 3 a.m, Barrcugarry, 5.30 a.m., Kangaroo Valley, (-.30 a.m., Camhcwarra, 8.45 a.m., Nowra 9.15 a.m. On Saturdays, Mondays, Tuesday*, Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays, tlicy will be despatched as follows : — Leave Nowra 3.30 p.m., Cambowaira, 4.30 p.m., Kangaroo Valley, 7 p.m., Baircngarry, 7Ai) p.m., Yarrunga, 11.45 p.m., arriving at Mos3 Valo at 1.15 a.m., on Sundays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdoys, Tho mail at present despatched from Moss Vale a1/ 2.50 a. tn- on Monday -wilt not be despatched until 0.30 n.m. Ihe mails at present depatched to places on tho southern line beyond Moss Valo on Sunday at 2.30 a.m. will be discontinued, and in lieu thereof tho mails will be despatched at 12.30 a.m. on Mondav. A train will bo run on Sunday evening, leaving Sydney at 9 p.m. Under tho ...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Local Information. COACHES. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 28 December 1892

Local Information. : .; . coaches. Fon SuprjN tiidtlin's coach loaves* Moos Valo at 7.15am rctnrmn at 8am 2.15 pin 3pm 7 p in 8pm Fare la ninglo. children fid V or Bkuuima.— Iladdura coach leaves Mosa Valo at 7 .am returning at 12 noon H. 1;» p in .. 8 p m Faro In (Id single, children 9d Small charge made for pf reels sent through the driver Sundays no above except tho middny journoya Special trip made at any time on application to Mr Haddin Coachc3 also run to Robertson and Kangaroo Vulloy

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
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COMING EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 28 December 1892

-? C0IIIITG EVEI'TTG Protestant Alliance Sports— New Years Day. Government Land Sale, Mnsi Vale — January IS. Sutton Porc3t and Moss Valo Ladies' Working Society— Grand Bazaar, January 25 and 20 Bcrrima District Cottnuo IIo3pital, — Annual meeting, Friday, January 25. Southern Hiflc Association second annual prize meeting — Januiry 24, 25, 20, and 27, 1893. Next District Court at Moss Vale — February 20 snows. Bcrrima Diotrht Agricultural, Horticultural and Industrial Show— March 9 aud 10, 1893. Robertson Agricultural Show — February 28 aed March 1, 1893 Marulan Agricultural Show— Mareli 9th and 10th. Goulburn Agricultural Show — March 23 and 24. Picton A. and H. Society— March 1 and 2 Woilongong A. and H. Association — Fobruary 1 and 2 ^hc gcvutiueci', BERRIMA DISTRICT PRESS, AND ' Wo ?? cDctnnnoHciin Advocate. (ESTABLISHED 1874-18 Years.) PUBLISHED WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY ' Uttered out of time, or concealed in proper season, good savoureth of evil' WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1892'

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 28 December 1892

Public- Notice. — Mr. Sibert, photographer, in thanking tho public for their kind patronage, begs to announco that as lid has weathered tho winter, ho has determined to remain, and his travel ling photo waggons are now traversing tlio different districts, and will visit every honieatead, farm, etc., in rotation. Await his arrival. Photos at greatly reduced prices. CabinotBize— 15s perdozen, fla per half-dozen ; C,D. V. size — 10s Gil per dozen, 6s Gd per half-dozen. All work beautifully enamelled and guaranteed satisfactory. Mr. Sibert has a largo stock of pieturo frames and mouldings cheap at his studio. Bowral. — Advt. Holloway's Pills. — The changes of temperaturo and weather frequently upset persons who aro most cautious of their health, and most particular in their diets. These corrective, purifying, and gentle aperient Pills arc the best remedy for all defective actions of the digestive organs j they augment tlio appetite, strengthen tho stomach, corr^Jt1 billions ness, and ca...

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Berrima. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 28 December 1892

ffierriuia. {From- Our Correspondent.) Accident. — An accident of a somewhat sensational character ocourred here on Saturday last. It appears that a man named George Barnes accompanied by his daughter, a child of about six years of age, came into town on business. Loaving tho lit'tlo child in tho cart Mr. Barnes wont into Mr. Coleman's storo and while engaged making some purchases it is sunposod tho horse wont to sleep, for ou Mr. Barnes coming out of the shop and laying his hands on tho horso tho bruto plunged for ward and bolted causing, the cart to come into violent collision with a telograph post, and throwing tho poor child sevoral feet into the air. The horso continued on its wild oareer until it fell down somo dozen yards further on. The ohild was promptly removed to tho rosidonce of Mr. McCourt and Dr. Lambert wasvseut for, who on examin ing tho child found thero wero no bones broken, and although sho had received a. very sovero shaking sho escaped any soiious injury. It is ...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
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General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 28 December 1892

dencral News. Ministers are fnlly antisflod with their victory. Sir George Dibbs says that the majority he obtained was quito as large as he anticipated, and ho considers it a good working one. Ho states that tho measures now before tho Houao cannot bo called party measured, _ They are mostly laws which aro reqnirod alike by protectionists and freetraders, and after the vacation Ministers aro dotermined to go steadily on with thom. When the pe.iplo hnvo got all tho legis lation they require tho Premier thinlcs it will be time onough to bring forward new party issues. Several frosh eases of cholera have occurred in Hamburg. Tho debate on Mr. Reid's no-confidenci motion was concluded iu tho Legislative Assembly on Friday morning. Tho'.Govern tnent gaining a victory by a majority of seven votes. For the motion there were 61 votes, and against it G8. Of the members who votod in favour of the Government, 53 aro protectionist, two nro freetraders, and 13 are protectionist labour members. ...

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Wingecarribee Turf Club Races. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 28 December 1892

Wiugcc'irrilice TTmrf CInfo Kaccs. Boxing Day was celebrated throughout the Berrima* district by the annual., race meeting of the Wingecarribee Turf Club on the Picnic Race Club's course (at -Bong Bong. The weather in the morning was, unfortunately, anything but enticing, great dark- omnious-looking clouds floating across the heavens, and no doubt tended to prevent many from attending. Shortly after 4 o'clock the rain which had been threatening came down and continued throughout the rest of the day. There were, nevertheless, a large concourse of people — between 700 and 800 — including a good number of visitors from the surrounding towns. There were a large number of gaily dressed females present. The officials were, very zealous in their endeavours to make the meetincr a success, and are to be congratulated on their , management. Mr. P. H. Throsby was in his old position in the box. The starting was entrusted to Mr. A. D. Badgery, while Mr. F. Throsby acted as Clerk of the Course. ...

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The Musical Society's Concert. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 28 December 1892

Tlio Musical Society's Coucci-t. Horo will wo sit, nnd lot tho sounds of music creep in otircara. — SUAKSi'EAr.K Let inc Imvo music dving, and r seek no moro delight, — ki:,VM. Vocal portraits of the national mmd.— Lamb. Tho Imp was sent round, and thoscinight Bing who could. — Bi:dk. On Monday evening wr.ok the. Moss Vnlo Musical Society gave their second concert in tho Centennial Hall, in aid of tho School of Arts. The attendance was not so large as the merits of the performance justified, the hall being only about half-filled. The very doubtful appearance of tho weather all day and tho rain that did fall at intervals may havo had much to do with tins, but the lack of public patronage on the occasion is a matter for extreme regret, as the Musical Society is doing good work in cultivating a taste for music. In fact tho Musical Society is deserving of every encouragement and sup port from the public, apart altogether from the merits of their performances from the fact that they are ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 28 December 1892

JeluimaDistrict Licensing COURT. A SPECIAL MELTING of the Bcrrima District ]\. Licensing Court will be held at the Court House. Moss Vale, on Wednesday, the 4th day of January, 1803. j . Iv. SOKOGGIL, Court Hotwc. C.P.S. Mons Vale, Dec. 21, 1802.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 28 December 1892

To Darken Qv/k Hair.— Lochyer's Sulphur Hair Restorer is t* e quicke&,tiv*best, safest ; costs less, effectsViorc /nan any/Jthcr. Tho color pro duced is moSb^otural. ^'ocUyer's sulphur is the only English hair restore! /universally sold. — Advt A Fair, Beautiful .Skin. — Sulpholino Soap gives tho natural .'tint aj d pcacli-liko bloom of a perfect comploxion\\mak' j tho shin smooth, supple healthy, coiufortabli \ S jlphoUue soap, 6d tablets Everywhere. — Advt^., ,'/ Factory Butter IvfAmcijT,— Tho Produce Exchange co-operates with 400,000 citizens to diGpose of Factory unci Dairy Butter in Sydney, ' tho nearest and best market-.— Hawken & Vance, 95 Sussc* street, Sydney

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humor That Piano Next Door. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 28 December 1892

'ilDunioc Unit 1'iana Next Door, Will anything stop Hint piano next door? Boginning at -lajl g'.t, nil miilniiilit iio'tr, It'o hnuiriercd aud pouiiiitd ntd cung nt and bnofod By inusio mad people who ouuht to bo . ? hanged. Im wakened cnch morn when a £cuool- 1 girl bcgina To practico tho ccalea till I'm punished for ? aina; Then liGr overgrown sister, who sings like a cow. Kcopaup till noon her ear-torturing row. Alter dinner th rife tm-pnn piano rosoundn With a liorriblo medloy of one- finger poundd Trom clnldrtn unruly, from baby and nurap, .till lta r.icl.et of diccord cauhaidly bowcrao. After oupper that fnm'ly of musical mirth Tormont that piano for all they arn worth ; AH atreat-orgnn tunea that a Wngnerite 1 lmton, All topical oongo that such anguish creates, Aro jingled and jnngled and waib ed and played Till dogs howl in olioruo and cats nro afraid. - On Sundays, whon dicent piani,n will rist, 1'hia rattle-box nuioanco is doing its best; Tho men folks around it, with crnz...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
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BREVIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 28 December 1892

DB Et E V E A. At a wedding in Yorkshire rcccntly, tho names of tho bridn aud tho bridegroom were Halfpenny and Penny respectively. In this case the wife was the lessor .half. . V Madam,' said he, 41 do you see this piece of pie?' ' Yes,' she answered. 'Tho womau next door gimme that. I wanted to know if you'd gimipo permission to throw it over your back fence, and then bo so kind as to lot me have a bite to eat. This is how Mike the Wanderer suc ceeded in -trading off a cut of pie for a square meal. A meotiug of subscribers to tho . relief of Mr. R. Piukerton's family was held ou Wcduesday last at Bowral to decide upon the best means of dealing with tho funds iu hand, nearly £30. After consulting Mr. Piukerton's own wishes it was dccided to invest the money for tho children, to wli03C benefit it will bo devoted. A meeting of the Debating club was hold at the School of Arts, Bowral, last weok, Dr. Fisher in the chair. Subject: 'That our present system of payment of members is unsati...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
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A Cold Day. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 28 December 1892

A. Cold Bail. A very amusing incident hoppeuod a fow evenings oinco, at ono of our theatres, nnd ono young man, at least, reooived a losoon whioh ho will not forgot in o hurry. Tho ootor V7aa ontortaining a largo audi enoo with a now play, ' Tho Itanaway Wife,' and had bcoomo blind, aa is hishabit at eaoh performanco, when tho aurtain went down on tho ceeond r.ct. Soveral men im mediately orona and orowdod thoir way out, the eager ozprcaaion upon thoir faces, telling plainly that thoy wero attor a drink, i' mally, a nico young follow, with a beautiful bang, a low-ont vest and a goneml oooioty air about him, began to got uneasy, and after looking anxiously at caoh man who arose to go, at Inst, 'in desperation, turned to tho fair dream Ollo7olinesa cthianido and caid : 'Mary, if you will kindly osouoo mo for a few momenta, I should liko to go out into the lobby, ca thero ia a gentleman out thoio whom I dosiro to apeak with.' Mary did not anowor, but bowod her con cent, and tho poor yo...

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