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Opening of the Bowral Presbyterian Church. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 31 December 1892

Opening Mae DB»wr:il IPresfoy tefcrni (Dltardt. On Satuiday afternoon last the above church was opened by the Rev. R. Steel, Ph. D., D.D., assisted by the Rev. J. Goudic (Resident-minister), and tho Rev. B. Berry (Moss Yale). There was a fair attendance of representative townspeople, includingtheRev. , J. Woolnougli (Wcsleyan), uud Mr. B. Short. An apology was read from the Rev. J. \V. DfiViftnlmm (Ouirfih nf T7!nMand\ nn of illness. Dr. Steel chose for his text on Satur day afternoon — ' One lhinsf do I de sire, that I shall dwell in the house of the . Lord all the daj b of my life.' The total cost of the land and building amounted to about £500. The land was purchased from Mr. A. P. Duprez, having a 61 feot frontage to Boolwey-street and is close to tbe Young Sien's Association Hall. The building is weatherboard, laid on a foun dation Gib stone, tho size being 40 x 22. Mr. Henry Price, of Nowra, was the con tractor, and Mr. H. R. Hardwick, of Bowral, the architect. Mr E. Bottley, ...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Terrible Affair. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 31 December 1892

?; A Terrible Affair. ' Did you hear about JoneB down at tha Mint asked a broker of bis friend the other day. ? ''No, WhatwnBit!'1 ' Why, be had a piece of gold coin that he wanted to change for smaller pieces, and the caBhier at the Mint thought at first the coin waB alloy nnd told Jones so.' '?'Did? 'Well, what did .Jones do .' He's an awiui ncry ceiup. 'Well, you qjn imagine what Jonea did. The caBhier bit the dust.'' ' Jones didn't kill him i' ' Kill nothing 1 01 course not. I told you the caBbier bit tbe dust.' ' I know. Well?' ' He bit it to see if it was gold metal. It was, ahdlie gave Jones the change. Good morning.'

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Newspaper Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 31 December 1892

NewspaEtai? CJosru'espoEclents. The ever-vigilant newspaper correspondent has been no long addicted to the cultivation of the observant faculties that ho has evolved, on something liko the Darwinian principle, an eagle eye that nothing can escape. Some day, when mankind develops a sufficient degree of intelligence to recognise its true benefactors, and enough generosity to permit the recognition of their services, a high place on the blazing scroll of fame will be given to the names of the modest gentlemen who, uiv-uu uuuki mu uisguisB oi a nom ae piume, and often with a courageous assertion of their personality over their own proper names, in struct the many unto justice, if not mercy, in the columns of their daily newspaper. How many abuses have been corrected, how many wrongs remedied, and how many salu tary public reforms instituted, owing to the circumstance that attention has first been called to the matter by an anonymous letter in a corner of _a daily paper 1- And how many p...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
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PAT'S WISDOM. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 31 December 1892

tat's wisnou. Tim Doolan and his wifp, wan night, Were drinkin' av the crayturc, Wnin something started up a fight, And thoy wint at it right an' tight, According to their' nature. O'Grady and mesilf stood near, Expecting each blue mnrther. Says ho to me : ' Let's interfere.' But I, pretending not to hear, Moved c-ff a little further. ' Lave ell, ye brnte,' says he to Tim ; ' No man wild sthrike a lady.' But both tho Djolans turned on him, And in a whist the two av thim Wero wallopin' O'Grady. That night whin I was home, in bed, Itemimbering this token, I took the notion in my head . . Tbat. tho wisest word I iver said Was the one that waBn'fspoken.

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 31 December 1892

__ ? ?fl^yon'ttnacDnaoiiato. ~ ' jfN OTTAG E TO LET, containing -1 rooms, largo \J Lirchcn and pantry, furnished or unfurnished, rmnTT7' EouItrJr1?nd sartlcn. Apply J1ES. G. CLOUTT, Senr., Bundanoon, or office of thio piper. A WEEK nnd upwards may bo made by o Oh) either sex working evenings and taking orders for us. Permanent work if required. En. close envelope for particulars. Novelty IniroKT no Company, Sydnoy. .. ...For. , Sale. aLENWOOD FARM, near Mount Aishby. Apply to R, BOUSFIELD, Mosa Valo. Handicaps, -&c. THE Handicaps for tho Protestant Alliance Han*' dicap, to bo ran on tho Showground on 2nd January, 1893, are aa follows : — E. J. Storey 2 yards, M. Fleming 2, J. Merrick 3, W. McPyke4, C. Wallis 5, J. Rvari GJ, G. Tay» lor 95, A. planus 9£, J. Larkins 11, A. Elliott 13, J, Barrett 13; Tho entries for the Opening Handicap will be left open till January 2nd, 1893. Centennial Hall, Moss Yale GRAND DRAMATIC ATTRACTION. . irmD EmcBoairg ©ejily, OOMMKNCING Wednesday N...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 31 December 1892

- . 1 ? *. *3 1,1 . I't SAMUEL AND CO. Have fitted up their larjje store room with all tho':lategfc ; novelties in 'New Year Toys, Games, &c., and intend holding a GiganticFair on Such a , scale as will command the attention and admiration of all their numerous customers. We have also had sent out from our London Agent at a great expense fas weRBiufgj. pgQiegBitPB, Which speaks as plainly and as distinctly as we do ourselves. It says the Lord's' Prayer : the same as a child would to its mother, and all should visit ! ' ' ' * ? _ ? ? ' this wonder' of- the Age. , ... f: THE ABDUL A'ZZIS AS WAS 7:- The Great Turkish Smoker who will smoke all day long if fouiid ih^ cigareitl^^ 'is sure to gain the attention ot all who visit our Grreat English Fair. We ahhl 1 nlajj Music and Fountains in great varieties, and other attractions too numeious to mention, but which will be admired bv all those who tavour our Fair with their 'presance. ' ' 'We'charo-e nothing for admission it is free ...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 31 December 1892

To CpnE. Skiv jJiiZ/tittj.— Siilpholin'o Lqtiol' quietly drives u\vay y-,ptl0iit!. pimples, blotches, redness, eczemC^bio' ./yAlibfigu.rcnie^ty, rouglmess and scurf,; &o , V' 'ulg a clear epot\es3 ukiu nud beautiful cpmpieki.il. ~ Sulpholino is a ueces ity for tlio skin, especially In hot climates. Made ip London. Sold ey^wliArc.— Acvy.

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
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Quips and Quiddities. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 31 December 1892

Quii»- and Qiiiilflities. A Cut aku Dntr.n Affaik. — A load of hay. Tni;' weather clerk should write his cyolone predictions with a blew pencil. It is better to give than to recaive — ea pecially in a personal encounter. VLnv odd some of the freaks of nature are; for instance, the ben by day is a rooster at niohl. In evening dress a man should believe all ho hears, to bo consistent with his swallow tail coat. A dogtblack meets the russet shoe fad half way with a Bign : ' Bouts blacked yellow.' That tho moon is made of green cheese is a mero idle fancy ; but that; the honeymoon is made of tafly is a fact. It is somewhat remarkable that the two most demoralising thingB in modern society should bo browed— misohitf and beer. Meddlf-h : ' What is your business CynicaB : Minding it.' .'Meddler : '? Mind ing what /' Cynicus : ' My business.' Mastek : ' Confound it, sir, d'ye think I'm a fool.' Now Butler: ' lieggin' your pardon, sir, I ain't been here long enough to find out yet.' Astronom...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
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Humor. The Tuneful Liar. SONG OF THE JAG. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 31 December 1892

loumor. l/ic Tuneful Liar. HOKO OP Till! JAO* oing o song of sixpence, A tumberful of rye, Quite a lurid case ot joy - Plain to every oye. When the jag was over, Closed tho wild carouse, Wasn't that a doleful sight In the station-hous? '

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
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Gems of Thought. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 31 December 1892

i . - ; v ' - ' : Clems of Thouyltt. The two nobleBt things, which aro sweet ness and light,— Swift. j Words are men's daughters, but God's BonB are things.— Dr. Johnson. , s The people never givo tip their iibertieo but tinder some delusion,— Burke. No one is satisfied with his fortitna nor - dissatisfied with his own wit.— Mme.Doohon- liere«. Travel improves superior wino and cpoils the poor; it is tho eame with tho brain.— Dorat. : Virtue io like precious odors, most fra grant when they nro licensed or crushed, — Lord Bacon. Booko, liko proverbs, rooeivo their chief value from -tho stamp and esteem of ages ? -.through whioh thoy have passed.— Sir Wil liam Temple. , - ;Though 'hor mion carrieo much moro invitation than command, to behold her is an immediate ohcck to looso behavior, to love her is a liboral education.— Sir Richard Steele. . ., ,It is always a eign of poverty of mind where men ate over aiming to appear great ; . for they who are really great never seem to know it.— ...

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A TROUSER IDYL. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 31 December 1892

a inousF-n invr,. Dr.An Kate : By thiB mail I advance To you tho remnants of my pants. There's just the wniEt-band and one leg Which you'll accept with love, I b(?g. It may be rihen yoti find ihe rest They'll make your brother Tim a veet. The 6hredB I tend aro very slight, Your pa's dog got the rest last night.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BOOTBLACK BLUES. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 31 December 1892

: - ? : - ; B00TM«ACtt 1ILVFS. . The melancholy days have come, ! i iThoidayo of yellow shots; Tho sun doer, nil tho ' shining ' SOW, And bootblacks have tho blues.

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

Snwttoii FopcsE. A crickot match wao played at Sutton Forest on Boxing Day. botwoon teams representing Sutton Forest and tho Woldon Cricket Club of Sydnoy. Tho local toam woro tho firot to go to tho wiukoto and woro all disposed of for tho small score of 53. Tho resisting team at tho commoncomont of thoir innings woro unablo to mako an.v uuuuwuy nguiuut mo oowung 01 luoir opponento, ond at ono timo it appeared as if tho local team would prevent the visitors from reaobing the half century. At tho adjournment for lunohoon oight of tho Woldon's wicket had fallon for -12; but after resuming play two of the remaining batsmen, Pownall and Cappor, mado so dotorminod a stand that tho scoro was brought past tho coutury, ond on tho fall of tho last wicket had reaohod 148. At the luncheon provided at tho Royal Hotel, tho Rov. A. G. Stoddart presided, having On hia right Lord Villicro and tho captain of the visiting toam, Mr. Pownall, with Capt. Cholmondely ond Mr. Laidloy on tho loft, tho vico...

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

fi?dl}orts(ji|. {From Our Correspondent.) The Christmas holidays passed off horo very quietly, no sports of auy kind being held. On Boxing Day tnc various falls aud other places of attraction wero woll patronised by picnio parties. A meeting of the trustens of the Robertson Park was hold on Monday afternoon last, when tondcrs woro opened for clearing rjibbiah at the reserve. : Three tcnds'jra wcrq iccei'Vecl,' tljat'of H. Cook being accepted. 1 ' ' A concert in connection with tho Robertson School of Arto took place. on Boxing Night, when, notwithstanding J,ho iijclainent state of the evening, 1 tno nan waa comiorcaojy nucu, auput x,i uotng realised. Besides the looal performers. Mioa Shcri* dan, of Sydney, and members of the Surveyors' Cricket Club took part. Mr. W. White occupied tho chair, and following contributed to tlie pro gramme Miosea Read, Tildoloy, Williams, and Mccaro, Tildsloy, Bloncowo, Vandcnbcrqh, Hender son, and gthoro. A vote of thanks was accordcd the performers o...

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

Kuusaloon. . {From Our Corrcuponitenl.) I Tho annual pionio in connection with tho Wosloynn Sunday School, waa hel.i on | Boxing day, but tho attoudanco wao not as largo ao on previous occasions, owing to tho unoeltlod stnto of tho woather. A tablo was I nrnn^rl i»- flir, ntn.«nl, ,t. . uunyii, tum ouu x.auiy oi [110 visitors worn attondo'd fo by hiissca A. and E. Noblo, M. J. nnd A. Pipor, 33. Schofiold (suporintondont,) J. Noblo, W. .Johnston, nnd Tottio Thompson, and providod by Mr. J. Holmes, Bowrnl In tlio aftornoon the young folks indulged iu tho usual ring gamea. To-morrow (Sunday,) (ho prises aro to bo prooontod to tho scholars by tho Rov. J. .Woolnough.

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

EVERY YEAR. I leel it'o growing colder Evory yoar. And my heart, alas ! gets older Every year. I can win no new affection, I have only recollection, Deeper sorrow and dejection, Every year. Of the loves and sorrows blended Kvory year ; Of che joys of friendship ended Every year ; Of the ties that still might blend me Until Time to Death resigned me My infirmities remind me Every year. Ah ! how sad to look before us Every year, When the cloud grows darkor o'er us Every year. When we see the blossoms faded That to bloom we might have aided And immortal garlands braided Every year. To the past go more dead faces Every year,' As the loved leave vacant places Every year. Everywhere the sad eyes meet us ; In the' evening's dusk they us, Aud to come to them entreat as, Every year. Yes, the Bhores of life.are shifting Every year ; . And we are seaward drifting Every year. Old pleasures, changing, fret us, The Jiving more forget, lis, Thoy are fewer to regret us, Evory year. But— the truer l...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Selected Poetry. "FORTUNE MY FOE." [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 31 December 1892

.r Selcctcd Poetry. ' FORTUNE MY FOE.' ?' Aim not too high, at things beyond thy reach,' Nor give the rein to reckless thought or speech. Is it not hotter all thy lifo to bide Lord of thycelf, and nil the world beside? ~ Thus, if high Fortuno far from thee take wing, Why ohould'ot thou envy counsellor or king? Purple or homcopun, — whorcforo mako ado What cost may cover, if tho lioart bo true! Then, if at last tlion gather wealth at will, Thou mo3t ohall honor Hi:n whogrants'it still ; - Sinco ho who best doth poverty endure, s Should prove, when rich, best brother to the poor.

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
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Unclaimed Letters. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 31 December 1892

aJiicliiintcd ILetters. The followiug is a list of unclaimed letters lying at the Dead Letter Office, and can be had on appli cation. It is requested to give the correct number of the letter, with the dato and number of the list (No. 33) : — Letters from Places beyond the Colony. 40 Mr. Argus, Bowral 15G H. F. Budd, Mittagong Country. Lettehs. ' 178 A. Armstrong, Mittagong 198 J. Ashford, Mittagong (2) 57 E. F. Barker, K ittagong ! 83 J. Barron, Bowral 121 J. Baxter, Bowral ? ' 127 Mr. Baylis, Bowral 321 C. Bond, Bowral 654 Mrs, J. Bunt, Moss Vale / 222 G. K. Chalker, Mittagong 225 Miss Challiner, Moss Valo . - 304 Miss Eleanor Clark, Moss Vale - . 367 Clifton Bros., Bowral ' 531 Mrs Jas. Cooney, Mittagong ' : 734 Terence Cunningham, Mittagong ' 284 H. Dowling, GoadgaCreen , 285. H. Dowling, Mittagong ' ; ... '- 65 K. Ferguson, . Bowral , S9 I. Gardiner. Burrawang '' ' ' 74 G. Gehrig, Mittagong 96 Mr. Gernane, Moss Vals 276 Grant and Childe, Marulan 205. Mrs: Good wey, Bowral 77 Mr....

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

BR E VIA. All the stores aud the local Banks will be olosed on Monday. - While a freight train was shunting at Bowral on Wednesday morning, three trucks and a horsebox became derailed through one side of the old poiuts being opened. No damage was done to rolling stock, though the permanent way wA a good deal cut iuto. The Mittngong Brass Band wont out on Christmas fV.r emnn l.nnra Tlw» fnllrmm.fr nnrnla rrm-n sung through the town, 'Christians Awake,' u Adeste Eideles,' 'While Shepherds Watch'd,' and 41 Hark, the Herald Angela Siug I' -The Wcs leyar. Church choir also delighted the residents on Christmas eve and Christmas night with carols. A meeting of the sharehollor3 of the Mittagong Butter Factory was held on Wednesday. Mr. S Manns, of Bowral was elected manager. Mr. Mauus commenced his duties on Thursday, when ho was engaged in putting down a new separator. The ompany will 110 doubt start separating within the next few days. ' . Tlie sum of Is 9d~ was contributed, during the pa...

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

DjOCtil sinew. QAsMinei-nV IToT7 Ycnv'a Bay.— Our readers havo a fino chancs to enjoy tlio first day of tho now year by attending tho sports ot tho Protestant Alliancc F.S. A good hand is engaged nnd thoro will be races for old r.nd young, dancing and skating in Pavilion, plenty of toy3 for the littlo ones, owing:.:, and amiisumento for all. A good refreshment booth on ''10 gronnd. The grand ball will also be hold in C»3t2nnial Hall, which will bo gaily decorated with Hues ferns, f:o. Splendid catering and especially good music. Ilitfcascas Gieh-ITuioing Clr.sn.— This class was brought to p. conclusion on Wednesday after noon and evening by a competition for bed-making and bandaging) Mrn C. 1£. R. Murray being present Judge Miu'r.'.y giving first and cccond prizes in the competition. Mins Ward, matron of tho Cottage Hospital, acted ao judge ond Mrs. Elliott ao time keeper, Mr. Geo. Dawson kindly giving tho use of the bed for tlio occasion. Tho competition was most keen and crcditabl...

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