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

Local and (ilencral. Held Over. — Bundanoon letter, 41 Christmas Eve in Mos3 Vale,' and othor items. Christian Convention,— Extensive arrange ments are being made for tho annual Christian Convention which is to bo hold in the grounds of Mr. B. Short, at Bowral, on January 2nd aud 3rd, Several ministers from Sydney as well as local arc to take part, and should tho weather prove fine a large gathering is expected. A marquee is to be erected in which there will bo seating accommodation for more than 200. Tea and refreshments provided for Od. Sahkeys hymns arc to be used. The Lackey Road Bridge Claim.— At the meeting of the Municipal \ssociation a letter was received from the Moss Vale council as to the claim made by Mr, T. Tate to this bridge and adjoining land. Tho solicitor to the Association advised that in regard to the piecc of land used for some time past as a street the only way to establish their claim to continue using it was by survey and the pro curingof evidence that would ...

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

A Hear Guard. Littlo Jimmy Botts. brought homo a peeled noo o and a garter-snako from a picnio the other day, and hid the latter inside the piano. When his sister's young man put up tbo lid that evening to perpetrate 'Two Pretty Blaok Eyes,' ho thought ho had 'em again, and yelled liko a pirata chasing a stago-coach in ahoad ol time. Jimmy failed to prove an alibi, and his father said ho would reason with him in tho wood-shed after suppor. When tho family sat down to tho tabic, Jimmy solemnly ontercd in bis stocking feet and carrying a pillow, upon whioh ho carefully oat down. 'What now monkey shino in this?' growled old Botts. ' S-s-s-h, papa,' whisporcd Jimmy ; ' I was playing flroworks with Tommy McGluo thia afternoon, and I Bwallowed a torpedo.' ' Did, oh t' 'Yea; audit anything should toaoh me kindar sudden, I might go off and bo tored all to pioces.' And tho snako indemnity bill waa laid on tho tablo. ' I live mostly within myself,' eaid a con ceited fellow. ' I understand,' r...

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

A. MiinuKlo'atandiug. Thoy wero having a spelling lesson ovor in tho distriat cobool the other day and tho littlo scholars wero all ranged in front of the teaohcr spelling away for dear life, trying to tea how near they oould get to tho head. Tlio word ' oliimney' was given out to a littlo black-eyed damsel who had been spell ing words oorreotly right along all morning, but oho miestd this onn by inadvertently leaving out tho ' h.'- Qaiorc as a wink the little boy next her pounccu on tho word and . ; epelltd it oorreotly. 'You may go up one, Johnnie,' said tho teaaher, ao smiling as a basket of chips, ' I don't want to,' whined Jthnnie gotting ready to ory. ' My ma would whip mo if 1 did, because I'd get all over coot.'

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

All Frait Salts Superseded - ; -o CREAM FRUITS Are Most Refreshing, Invigorating, and Delicious Beverage. SOLID EVERYWHERE. ] SOLE PEOPEIETOES— THE UNIVERSAL DEUG CO. s T. G. KENNIWELL, . . \ . Manager, Sydney. -- For Boys' and Youths' School and Best Wear.fc® TirOE ©Gsoncinr @o=®™d[?j© vji.. ? ? ? - IS THE CHEAPEST AND MOST RELIABLE. Sosael I?e?JI-2o EailoO ciiacl IPHciuoa c®C JPaolijillaiEa# ' D^WIE) d3©CJ[18 & @©aP ©POGDBii ©DoQDQQtsrs ' Opposite the General Post OffiCCj GEORGE STREET, SYDNEY, ? :DS'XSONS TOBACCOS ? 1 .?:CONQy E^OR : IM ANY SIZED PLUGS. . SIR KOfiER. THBCK TWIST. ' ? ' . 1 YANKEE 0O0[0LE plug, twist . - ! j' v.- CH^IM [PQ©[iv] BRIGHT LONG CUT{pack!ts} '' 1 ,:.€Ei¥^^^L,LAT%TWSST DIXSONS use many fcows more American Leaf than all the rest oF N. S.Wales torfether, ' Price lists of ail Dijcsons grades & brands post Free. r*vJ)lXS0HS C3?l WMETTO ' ' ? Machine made are superior io imported 1 i because made From Fresh cut pure American ? 1 j & co...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
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Novelist. The Rajah's Vengeance. A STORY OF INDIA. CHAPTER X.—CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 31 December 1892

'Blovelist. The Rajah's Vengeance. ? ? _-,».+ - ? ..^ — A STORY OF INDIA. By FREDERICK M. DEV. CHAPTER X.- -Continued. In the early morning, whonth^dew was glisten* /ng like purest gems upon the richness of the garden's blossoms, she would como out from tbe bamboo cottagc to where my hammock s ruugupon the porch, and pressing her :soft .cheek against mine, appriiomeofthe birth of a new day— and 1 woold arise and go forth with her into ih* garden and among- the gorgeous plants, which glowed and blazed' with a rich beauiy entirely unequalled by the earth's spontaneous resources. With exquisite taste she would select from among them, here and there, tho richest specimens, and weavjng. -Jhrav into- a -wreath^ would .twine, ;them. around .htr. brow and .through the. midnight tresses which crowurd rher queenly head, uiitil she looked li vcrit&ble gnddesn of flowerc. Hut the work of l-eMitifyihg did iiot stop there. Flower after .flower would lie f.Hle:icd '.together, and festooned...

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Selected Poetry. SOMEBODY'S MOTHER. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 31 December 1892

(Selcctct? Poetry, 'v-.- S MOTJIEIT, -*?-*-. ???)?&: -Tho woman wae oil, mid ragged nnd grey, And bosit with chill of a wmter'n tiny ; streets were white with a recent enow, ... And tho woman's feet with n^c v. cio r,lov. . ?;v r- ../At the crowded crowing aho waited Iont-, Jostled n?He by tha eueh.-s throng, v'. ? Of human )i2i»£.i who n.n ?d lu-r by, Unheeding tho^rlancc of her ansiou-i eye. r . v Down tho street with laughter and Mi out, Glad in the freedom of 14 achool let out,' 'v Come happy boys, liko a llock of sheep, Hailing the snow piled white nnd deep ; Itattho woman, ho cold nnd gray, Hasten the children on their way. None offered a helping hand to her, So weak nnd timid, afraid to ntir, Lest the carriagc-whecls or the horses' feet ? ' ? .-? Should trample her down in the slippery street, last came out of the merry troop . ' ? ? The gayest hoy of all the group ; ? He pausod beside h«:r and whitpered low, ?' I'll help you across if you wian to go,' Her aged hand o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 31 December 1892

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Poetry YOU'VE A NICE LITTLE WIFE, JOHN. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 31 December 1892

poetry. TOU'VX.A' NICE LITTLE WIFE, JOB*. ' .'. :- fov're ft scat littlo wtfc «t %»m», /oto, jo cwrectiwjol nUh to eee; ' * ^ A fftitbfnl and gentle h-*rto4, \% fond us wife c»n l»c ; ?'*. A pcnuinc homclormg w mtn, Hot qaruig lor fes? or ahow ? : She a Jonrrr TOu't«*» nfiV'/olin I Tlicn bus her, *:id tell her m-. Toiy:-^;nucrs are prom, tly served, John, . At llhovrisjyonr bn'CAf*at ind tea ; your.,wardrobr} li always in-trrdtT, ? Witb-.bnttor.a where buttons should bo, Hur !{onei- is a conv neat, John, A h?«ran of rwt Ulow ; Tou thnii: ?]ic'« a rare iittletrcaaaro— Thenk)i5jur, and tell hcrso/ r ; ** * ? Shc'aa'gooJ witcandtruo to you, -Tolin, I.et fortnne h« fonl or fair; _ Of itliMoycr comes to you J'hn Sho chocrfnlly bears hor share; Ton feci she'a a bravo, trnc helper, And perhaps far more than you know, ; j 'pTwill lighten her end of the load, John,. - / j Juit to)uss ber in'd fell hor ao. - /j ?llicra'B a oroRs-road somewhere in life, John, Where a hand on a guiding stono Wi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 31 December 1892

. A Scotchman's IPMlosophy. An old Scotchman is said, to havo risen in prayer niceting one night and apropos of nothing delivered liiitiself ; Of the following remarks : — ' Thero are three things I never could quito understand. First, why boys will throw sticks at green apples when, if they waited, the apples would ripen and drop off; Ec'coiidly,' T never could quite* comprehend why men .go : to- war to kill each other whon, if thoy remained quietly at homo they would die a natural death in good time ; thirdly, and most im portant of all, I do not seo why tlie men chase around after the women, sincc, if thc-y sat still, tho rcnmnn 1,1 r-„„ » U„„. !?....„ that death comes to all men, to some so prematurely who neglect the warning symptoms of approaching disease, such as a tired aching feeling iu tho morn ing, headaches and nervousness), sour tasto in tho mouth, &c., all these aro signs that the physical body is deranged and that if : treated lightly, serious danger is to be ...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
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Novelist. The Rajah's Vengeance. A STORY OF INDIA. CHAPTER VIII.—CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 31 December 1892

tfioveliat. The Rajah's lengeance. STORY OF INDIA. ,, ? .Bv FREDERICK M. DE Y, ? ^CHAPTER V1U.- -Continued. ? .V ^ -?Wbenyoa saw thovioiono! tho gardon through my memory, and thno for tho first timo saw Nurha, * Raid Simrlm, colomnly nnd imprcoBivclyi I ' 1 toldyou that you loved tho phantom you had ' loco, Now anower mo truthfully, olnce you havo teeaKutha in person. 'Wats 1 correct?' 1 Could you bo otherwi30 thon correct ?' 1 caid, 1 ptttiouatcly. * Could mortal r.ca hor and uot Iota her? You havo ccon her. Do you nol lovo her »Uo, and does sho not givo her vrfiolo hcr.rt Ia *oo in return ?' I fancied bo started n littlo an I aolccd that last i question; but as ho mado no reply I anoweredt vretrily: 4 However, V70 rrill not diflcuno that question. I am bound by a doublo'obligation to eacrifico my lifo it need bo in hor causo— by my promiso to Mr. Cogswell and by my lovo to her. Go on, Bimrhft, and let thero bo an ondto this, no matter how.' There waa a moment's silence, and then h...

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Marulan. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 31 December 1892

' S3arulan, Cniu^TMAs, with itshnppy meetings among rolations and social' grootings from friends, is now of tho past. Tho day was oxcossivoly hot, but tho following day (Boxing-day) proved ^ory suitablo for outdoor picnioing, and_ this source of holiday-making was availed of by moat of tho townopooplo. No public sport of any kind was attomptod. CmOKF.T. ? Tlinlnnnl f-nnm mil^ro/1 n /Infnnt from^ tho Joflroy toam after a close and exciting gamo, by 5 l'tino only, in a match playod on Saturday last. Tho scores woro — Marulan; first innings, 69 ; socond innings, 7 wickets for 72. Wingollo Jeffreys, first innings, 74 For tho winners, C. mid H. Joft/oy, with 30 and 17, woro highost scororo; whilo (j: and A. Jeffrey bowled woll. For Mnrnlnn Tom Hii.t/,.. 0,1 ^r.,1 1 7 n T I Coombs 11 and 29 not out, nnd J. Mont gomory 10 and .0, woro the highost seorors ; whilo Tom Cartor, P. Ourry, and G. Broad head bowlod woll for tho losers. Tho fiolding point was gained by C. J. Coombs. Snakes. — On C...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 31 December 1892

Auction Hales. 'v. ? , .1 ; . ? ? ? — ? 1 — ' , ( i €rowiffivLand Sale^;i« '-i; j :, FITZROY ' J TOWNSHIP, MITTAGONG-i-^ i ; RTj! ? HAS been instructed % tho Hon. Henrjr Cdpo'-',-'i. ; ??? land, Minister for Lands, to sbll'Ky aUbtWa . . on tho ground, Fitzvoy . Township, ' on ' -i ,«ai- ; Saturday, 21sfc January, 1893,; v. . At 3 p.m. Bhcirp, ' j ) LOTS 132 to 142 inclusive, ond having areafc viry1-1 r ' ? ? xng'from about G to 17 yearb. ; -Those lots aro of exceptional value, belng^oniy ' : .about 1-Jj miles from MittagonR, and situated in the - ? : ; ' vicinity of tho well known Fitzroy Iron mines,' and must of necessity bo worth over. so. much, moro, ip/y * the courso of a few years. (SNoto the Easy Tcnn3 : One fourth cash, and tho balance in 12, 18, nnd 24 months, bearing only 5 - 'per cent interest. ? r.;. f ; .. Further particulars can bo obtained from the, t. , Government Gazette, or from J. R. . Scrojjgie, , Esq., . ? J.PM Crown Lands Agent, or tho Auctioneer, 'Moss4 '? vaie...

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FOLEY BROS.' PRICE-LIST [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 31 December 1892

: ' : :fq£ey bros.' price-list . Sydney, J)eo. . 2gth, .$ 9, d, Bntter (fecfory), per lb ... 0 0 8 to 0 0 9 Do. 1st quality (dairy) ... 0 0 7 0 0 8 Do. 2nd „ „ ... ,0 0 0 0 0 0 Bacon, hand cured . .... 0 0 6i 0 ' 0_ 6i Do, machine cured' .,. 0 0 4J . 0 :0* b Hams, hand cured .,,.0 0 9 0 0 10 Do. maeh'uio cured ... 0 0 8,0 0 7 Lard ? ... 0 0 4 0 0' 6 Cheese, 1st quality ... 0 0 3J' ' 0 0 4j Do. 2nd and inferior ... 0 0 0 0 0 0 Honey per lb. ... ... 0 0 2 0 0 3 Pigs, per lb... ... ... 0 0 2 ' ' 0 0 . 3 Calves mi ... ... 0 5 0 ' ' ' 1 :5 0 Hides per lb. ... , ... ,0 0 2 ' , 0 0 '2J Calfskins, each ... -..., 0 0 9 ',. 0 -0 0 Tallow, per ton ' ... 20 0 0 ' 21 0 0 Flour ... ... : ... .10 5 0 11 10 0 Do, 2nd ... . ..; . ... 0 0 0 11 3 3 Maize, per bush, '... , ... :, 0 4 0 . 0, 4 3 Wheat (chick) ... ... 0 3 7 ... .0 0 . 0 Chaff, perton ... . ...-,''4 10 0 5 10 0 Barley (Eng,), per bush. ... ,0 0 0- 0 0 0. Do. (Cape) ... 0 0 ,0 ? . 0 ,0 0 Bran... ... , ... ... '0 0 9i 0 0 10J Pollard ,,. .....

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Protestant Alliance Sports. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 31 December 1892

ASEilr.jjcc Cjjorts.. Tho following nro tho starts for tho Pro tosfant Allianco Handicap to bo hold ac tho Showground, on Moudny E. J. Storoy 2 yards, M. Floming 2, J. Morriok 3, W. MoPyko ?!, C. Wallis 5, J. Ryan GI-, G. Tnvlnv 0-1. A Uf ? n. t i- A. ,j.' . --J-' ..J, Jiiciuua ;i.j, o . JjlirKin H, .1. Elliott 13, J. Barrott 13. Tho ontriea for Oponinj Handicap, will be loft opon till January 2nd.

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THE S.C. &. W.C. CO-OPERATIVE COMPANY'S PRICE LIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 31 December 1892

THE S.C. & W.C. CO-OPERATIVE COMPANY S ' i'RICE LIST. ? Sydney, December 28th £ s d £ s d Butter, Faotory, per lb ... 0-0 8to 0:0 9 ; Butter, Dairy 0 i Q Q 0 0 8 Bacon, hand-cured ... ; 0 0 6 0 0 7 ? „ - machine-cured ... 0 0 6 0 0 6 H»ms, best hand.cured ... 0 0' 9 .1,0, 0 10- ' maohiue-cured ... 0 0 6 0 0 8 Lard ...' 0 0 '5 0 0 6J Cheese' ? ? ... 0 0 4 ?. 0 ,0 .5 . Honey, perlb ...'0 0 0. : 0.-0.3.. Pies,eii9h i,. - .,, -0 15 0,, ; 1 17 6 Calves, eaoh : '.,. 0 2 0 1. 0 0; Hides ... ' ... ... 0 0 1 0 0 14 Calfskins ... ^ ...-'...'0 0 0 0 1 9 Tallow ... ' 17 0 0 20 0 0 ?. Flour, perton ... ...11 0 0.. -, 11 10 i0. Maize, per bus ... - ...- ? 0 4 3 . 0 : 4 5 Wheat ... ? ' ... 0 0 0 0 0 0., ChafE . ... 4 10 0 5 0 0. Barley, Capo ? ...- 0 0 -0 0 4 3 „ Ennlish v..' ... 0 0 0 0 ? 0 0 Bran '... 0 0 0 0 0 11 Pollard ? 0 0 0 0 1 0 Oats, feed ... ... ... 0 2 11 0 3 0 „? seed ? '0 3 1 0 3 2 Onions ... ... ? ... 5 IS 0 : . fl 10, .0-. Hay, lucerne ... 0 0 0 0 0 0 Do, oaten... ... ' ......

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Poetry. A MERRY HEART. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 31 December 1892

: ©octrp. — i~- -_ - ._ — - *''' A MERRY HEART. '% 'j Tho merry heart rocs all tlio day j ^ ^ ? ' Itgoesnnd noTCrtlrca, ' '?-' . Frco to' boston ' Much vjnrmtli and nlou '/ .- From out its hidden fires. ; , Thonghdayo nrolong, And ni(jhta aro drear, ;'/,.v :'.'???? And all around in oadncca, ' Tlio morrv heart With aonna of cheer Bestows tho light of Gladness. .,~.t... 'When other hearts aro out of tnno, 5 t ' v ?/' And tinged Tilth melancholy, Tirod of tbo etrifo And toil ol life, And quick to frown at (oily, . . , Tbo merry heart, \ ?!: 'i : ^Vith eonrago still, Oooi on and ia not treaty, And orcry day, In OTCry ill, , V -..',. , . ,8oo« something bright and cheery. O rather than a croirn of gold, And rank and honours great, ' Tban jowols mo Beyond compare, Anfl rich and vast estate, I'd much prefer' -Mnerry heart, , ' With laughter all n-bubblo, X'r. Tbat strives its joy ? ' - And hopo t' impart, ? ' And sings ito \iay through trouble. Josnrnmn ToLLAnn.

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BOWRAL v. MITTAGONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 31 December 1892

' ?] \ BOWEAli 'v. MITTAGONG. The Bowral Juveniles, and Mittagong Half- holiday played at Mittagong on Mon ? day afternoon. . : Tho Bowral boys were the . ; - , first, to bat and totted up the seoro of. 42, . ' ' Jlittagong replying, with:47,,thu8 winning a -. ono. innings contest by_ five runs. Light drizzling rain fell during tho afternoon, . — thus-making -tlio_ ball very greasy. The (jji^i^llo^ingjaro tlm ccorea : — ..... ' Bowral. A. Burton, c and J. Dunn ... ... 3 , '. A. Jolliffc, bS. Dunn ... ... 1 A. Prior, b. T. Diinn ' ... 0 P.. Comer, b Sheplierd ... 10 - ' ? - Sneddon, ii .o.v.'. , b J; Dunn.,. ... 8 . Farrow, b J. Dunn . ... ... 0 ..Burton, b S. Dunn. / . . ??? 0 Lovett. b J. Dunn ' ? ... 3 Livingstone, b J. Dunu' ' - ,i. ... 6 ! ? George; not out ' v.. ... 3 , . Bensley, h J. Dunn. ;,,m ' ??? * Sundries. .... ,.,j( ... o . ?- ; ? : Totrf'; ... 42 \ -? ''^JjiraAOONO* ' Jn , ? 'J. Dunn;lb Barton '-v.V ... 6 ' A. HudBpethj-o-and biBurton. ... 9 ? , S. Dunn, b Snefldoii :...

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GROSVENOR v. ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 31 December 1892

GROSVENOR v. ASSOCIATION. ' On Boxing Day the Association tried con . elusions with ' another Sydney team bearing ' -'' the naitte of ' the Grosvenor. The visiting t^ara wei« short, so some substitutes had to '^be put ii). The Grosvenor men batted first ' b.ut only riianaged to put together tlie score of 67,' Sullivan being the only player to get into' the doubles. Bris. Wilshire and J. ... . . Griffiths shared the bowling honors and ' played great havoc 'with the timbers, The Association batted for the rest of the day, arid treated their opponents to leather hunt . - -... ,ing. , The Association club lost three wickets ..for the total of 347,- :thus obtaining an easy ... ..victory. J. Cupitt played a brilliant not out innings, his score ot 174 being undoubtedly _.___™tho-highesfc-on .'record .in-the district. A. -?? t'l jiCJomer-also- batted well, and; put up. 91 very ; quickly; 'Following are the scores .. ? - ? Giiosvesob. ? ;- ;Mnlready, b Wilshiro ... ... - 0. ? ? ; Sullivan, b...

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NEW INDUSTRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 31 December 1892

'NEW INDUSTRY. An American piper suggests that an effective oheok on train robbory would be the ofl :ring of a reward by the express oompany for the body ot any brigand who tampered with tho troasuro box. This might work well. It would certainly give a zest to trans continental travel, which it now lacks. Kn gineers, flremen, and brakemeu, beforo haul ing from a station, would see that their pieces were properly loaded, aud would keep a keen lookout for game on tho way. It would add new peril to tho tramps' free ride excursions. When tho gonuino artiole grew ooarce, the magnitude of the reward might induco the engineer to slowupon eighting a tramp, and as ho approached tho break beam, pot him on ouopicion. Tho fireman would testify tbat ho was a dosperato looking character, and that tho only ohanco of nn'ing the trea sure bcx was shooting him on the opot, be foro he got the drop on tho train men. At three thousand dollars a tramp, those hard worked employes might soon retire on a co...

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BOWRAL ASSOCIATION v. WELDONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 31 December 1892

' BOWRAi; ASSOCIATION v. WELDONS. . . , , The principal attraction in Bowral during the' holidays was cricket.- On Saturday a good number of spectators assembled on .the Glebe ground to watch the match between the above clubs, and wore rewarded . by witnessing a brilliant c;.ime of criclcet. The following ore the scores : — i -i - Association. J..(3riffitliB, c Pownall b Capper ....? 6 . f .., . J. Cupitt, c Uibbs b H. Dight ...1,11.. ? P; Cono. cVallentino b Blaxland .... 31. I W. Gleeson, c Pownall b W. Diglit.,1 1 : : 'i A. Harrigari, b H. Dlght ... ' : 1' ' ' /in l ' E, Griffiths, c nnd b Blaxland ? ' 13 - .... E.,Vennard, not.out ... -Jl ? W. Brcnnan,'Jb Capper ... ; ..... 1 B. Wilshtro, b Capper ? 'o T, Goode, b Cappor ? ; ... I : 0 . ' . y. j K. Bcnslcy, not out ... '-' .i.' 0 -- ' . - Sundries ? : ? ,21 c' ' ' :^/:;T6tai':...!'a:;.:: ... . „? ,W8U)0^, t, . ..V.Capper, c Gleoson ^.Griffiths ? . 7|: ? ' -Blaxland, b Wilshire ... .. ... .10 ? ' 'VT-. Bight,- b:Grifl5ths '-.'.v ...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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