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BREVIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 26 July 1892

BKEVIIA. N 'j It is said that the Acting Colonial Secretary has rcccivod no less than 32 applications from pcoplo in the Berrima district to bo appointed justices oi tho peace. Somo of theso ovo literally yearning to attach tho mystic letters to thoir name and it is aaid would gladly pay £50 if they wcro thus 'to be honored. The Government might make a splendid addition to tho revenue here. On last month's milk supply tho Birrcng.arry D-iiry Company paid tho highest figure yet given by any factory in tho colony, viz., 7id por gallon, whilo the moat successful dairy factory on tho Mac lcay only paid 5&d per gallon for mill: last monthr The new post offico at Picton was opened fo° transaction of business on Tuesday morning. _Th official opening has been fixed for noon on Saturday the 30th July, when a complimentary diuuer is to bo tendered to tho Hon. John Kidd (Postmaster General), Hon. W. J. Lync (Minister for Works), and the mombors for the district. 'Tho fortnightly meetin...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
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SHELWOOD! CHAPTER IV. FIRST SEED SOWN. (CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 26 July 1892

SHELWOOD! . j't ' 1 ' . [By E. J. COOLING.] . y v lL« nr; t :j 1 : f CHAPTER IV. First Seed Sown; (cOKTDftJED,) 'To meet mo in bdavan, Yog {know 'sir I may n°t see you' in the morning. I don't think I shall be liei-o much longer ; but do fcnfyjl jvijrsno you there. , You- will come to heaven uvon!t you 1 - - '? ? s - ?' ! ' 1 hope so Johnny. I expect to go there some day. v - ' ' Oh doctor I would give nnything to know you were a christian.' 1 f IJewi dojyou kqow that I ara not one ! Johnny.' ' Something. seems to tell me. you-: are not quito one, nlthough you are so kind r.nd 1 ' 5°od ; and oh, I havo prayed so much for 1 you that you might be ono.' 1 'Pray away then my child^ said the doctor, as he left the room ; ''.whoknowsbut t.hnt your prayers may do some good for mo after all.' ?At the door he mat Mrs Davis returning home . . with her work. The good woman Beamed pleased to see him as the dootor ex tended his hand.' ' Good morning Mrs. Davis I have just been '|ni'to sce.Johnny...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
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Robertson. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 26 July 1892

{Robertson. (From Our Correspondent .J SCHOOL OF ARTS, | The monthly meeting of the above was held in the School of Arts on Friday evening last, there being present — Messrs. R. G. Ferguson, (president) J. Curtis, J. W. Stone, W. White, S. J. MdBaron, C. Stubbiugs, G. White, J. T. Stone, nnd M. D. Hussey (sec.) The following letter was read from the Depart ment of Education : — Sir, — I am directed to inform you that the Minister of Public Instruction has had under notice your letters of the 20th April, 12th and 2lst May. resnectin' the use of the hall of the Robertson School of Arts for certain religious . leetuvcs and meetings. 2nd. Having considered the matter the Minister desires me to point out that there are no written regulations governing tho use of halls, of Schools of Arts, or Mechanics' Institutes, and tho power of letting such is vested in the committee of management. The Government reserves, however, a right to interpose should tho use to which the hall is put givo caus...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
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OBSCURE MARTYRS. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 26 July 1892

OB3CURE MARTYRS. They have iijo placo in storied page, No rest in;marhle ahrino, They arp paaiedwnd gone with periahod age, Thoy 'tiled nnd mrulo no sign, But work that shall find, its-wages yet, Afi&deeds! that their God did: not forgot, ' Done for their loro divino — Thesb were tho mournors, and these shall be' The crowns of their immortality, 0 1 seek them not whero sleep tho dead, Y c shall not find their trnco ; No graven atone in at thoir head, ? No qreen grass hides their faco ; But sad and unseen 13 their silent grave It may ho tho sand or deep 00a wave, Or a lonely desert place ; For thoy needed 110 prayers nnd no mouning bell— They \v ere tombod In truo hoarts that knew them woll. They healed sick heart* till theira wore broken, And dric dead oyea till theirs loit Bight, Wo Bhall know at la-st hy a cortain token How thoy fought nnd full in tho fight. Salt tears of sorrow uhbblleld, Passionate cries unchroniclcd. And' oiient strifes for the right — ? '? Angola shall...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
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Wild's Meadow. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 26 July 1892

Wild's Meadow. ; {From Our Correspondent. '/? Saturday last was quite a gala day' at this little -j village, the occasion being the annual tea-meeting of the Catholic body at Burrawang. Tho Carriug. ton Hall was scoured for the day and evening. About 1 o'clock a hundred or moro sat down to enjoy tho many good things provided by the fair ladies of Yarrunga, Wild'a Meadow, Burrawang, Robertson. At 6 o'clock the tables were again prepared and the young ladies in waiting were kept busy as bcea. ihe ritzroy footballers, who had been playing a match at the Meadow that afternoon, oat down with tho company, and gave quite a gay appearaco to the meeting with their bright cardinal colors. The tables were cleared away and dan sing ' commenced about 8 o'clock, the music being I supplied by Mrs. an 1 Miss Tildsley and Messrs. I Lefevrc and Brc3nahcn. During the evening Mr. j F. L. Brealnvell amused the company by singing ? some of his good comic songs. A little before twelve the last waltz had b...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
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JUST BE GLAD. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 26 July 1892

'just BE~GLAD. . ? O heart of mine, we shouldn't Worry so. What wo'vo missed of o«lm we couldn't | Havo you know, ; ,:V £.?' I.: , .. ... MChat, wro'vo mot of Btormy.palo, :; v:v , ' : ?' i ? * 'And of mirrow's driving 'rain/ ? ? We can.botter meet again, . , . - If it bfow. . ? ; , ; v' / I We hafe erred fn that dark honri ' ' ' Wo nave known, -; When tho tears full with tho shower. ? All alono — . , , .- - .Wore not ^hino nndahowoi: hlert^ '}' ii', }-V t ( thogrkotoua Mristor moantt ' ? Let us temper our content With Ilia own. 'iForrTfe;k'nowi not every mowbw, Jv- v /Oin'MimM'V ''' So, forgetting nil tho sorrow r;;*7\ . . - Wo have had, ?Let ns fold away our feara, , . v ' . And pufejliy' our/foolish tears, ( -j '' ; ! { And through all this iomtng yeira ' ' ' Juat lie glad, ^'n hiVis:;; Vvi- '-i h --fni- :\t.;

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
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Berrima District Cold Climate Farm and Dairy Co., Ltd. HALF-YEARLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 26 July 1892

BeiTlena District Cold C.iinate j Farm und BPniry -Co , D^t(l. HALF-YEARLY MEETING. I . On Saturday nfternoon lust tho half- yearly meoting of the above, company -vas hold at Brown's Grand Sanatorium Hotel, Robert son, Mr. Thos. Seery, J.I'., in the chair. Among tho shareholders present were — J. Alcorn, Esq , J.P , W. R. Hindmarsb, Esq., J.P i W. R. Hindmaisli, jiw., J. T. ?Hayter, W- F. Brenning, R. Moses, J. Gibson, J. Wills, A. Harrigan, A. Noble, A. Knox, C. Keys, J. Fredericko, J. Hayes, W. Noble, W. If. Walker, H. M. Smith, J. Vandenbergh, R. Turnbull, G. Mullet, J. C,. Wright, D. Frazer, A. Kirkland, W. Brooker, J: B'rooW, M. Brooknr, R. Hamilton, P. Burnham, L. Lucas, H.Johnston, G Birnie, J. Oole, IT. Eyears, W. Clarke, J. Stone, G. Porter, W. Hnrailton, E. Mosen, \V. Willo, F. Huye3, J- Bell, and others ; also present Gavin George, N. H. Throsby, J.P., A. H. Fell. ' , , Mr. E. A. Aikon (manager) rend the ad vertisement calling the meeting and called over the register of s...

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Selected Poetry. DUTY. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 26 July 1892

:i JJ a imhea * PokfK1 - !i- ' vijhjty.4 ; . , ' , Whit shall I do to ho for over known ? --Thy duty. ever, .--v ' 1 This did full many who yot'aleop unltown— ;i ? ; OI];«novci*!— riover! 'i ./?*_-; '???vr''v V Thlnk'st thon, porohaneo, that thoy remain unknon, ' ' Whom then know'et not? By angel-trumps in honven their praiso Is blown,— Divino thcit lot. What shall I do toi-nin otornal lifo! Disclmrtfo nriKlit. The simple dno with which cnoh day ia rife ; Yc.i, with thy might. Ero perfect scheinn of notion thou devise, ,s - Will lifo bo ) /?' I While ho who over nets na con8clohco:crfes, t Shall live though dead. 1 S VI 1—

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Bowral Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 26 July 1892

Bowral Council. ; v A special meeting of the council was held on Tuesday last ; Alderm in Cobb being tho only absentee. Minutes of previous meeting were read and adopted. The following resolutions, in/response to the Mayor's minutes were unanimously carried : — 1 1. ' That this council oner the ubb ot the council chambers ns a courthouse for twelve months from April 1st, 1193, free of ren', in consideration that the necessary steps bs taken by tin Department to erect a suitable courthouse ' ' 2 '.That the members be asked to nrt;e on the milking of 'the road from Burrndoo to Berri.nn.' After the council's business wns closed the aldermen indulged in an hour's conversation on various matters appertaining to the wel fare of the municipality. — Free Press,. ,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 26 July 1892

Certainly tho beet medicine known io SANDER and SONS' EUCALYPTI EXTRACT, Teat ito eminently powerful effeots In concha, ocldr, in fiuenza s tho relief in inatantenouo. In ooriouo caaeo and accidents of all kinds, bo thoy wounds burns; Ecaldinga, bruises, opraina It io tho safest remedy—'10 swelling — 110 inflammation. Latn nuprising efTcots produced in croup, diphtheria, bronchitis), inflammation of tho lungo, nwellingo. &o. diarrhrea, dysentry, dioense3 of tho liidnoys and urinary orgnns. In uso at hoapitalo and clinics all over the world ; .patronised by His Majesty tho ICinKof Italy ; crowned with medal and diploma tjs^j Intornaitonal Exhibition,' Amsterdam. Trust/to an approved articlo nnd reject all othorn. - ^ Liveb Complaints.— Db. Kinc's DandeHon nnd Quiuina Liver Pills, without mercury, an/a potent remedy ; removoali liver and stom.'nlyjomplainto/ biliounnecs, hoadoelie, sickness, shoulder pair^ heartburn, indigestion, constipation. Mado pjly in London- Sold ovorywh...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 26 July 1892

Special AdveH-fDoecuacsatto TLRICMffii* MOSS V -\LE, (Ipholstoror, Fronoli Poliolior, Pictnro Ii'ramor. c:c. A LARGE Stool: of Furniture, Bcdotcado nnd Bodding, Carpets, Mattiutf, Linoleum, Door Mats, &o., always on Imnil. Spring Roller and Venetian Blinds, mado and fitted or repaired. ''commercial banking COMPANY. 02-z?: £3'Z?ZZ-~JZ3-ZZ',- Established .1031. . Incorporated 1843. Head Ofilco Gnonoi: Street, Sydney. ? o ? ?i CAPITAL ? /1600,000 RESERVE FUITD ? £070,000 Rksbiive ron Equalisation of ? Dividend!) ? 5150,000 Monoy rcccU'c.l at Intercut and all other uoual Banking Buaincoo transacted. E. EVERARD ROW, MANAGER, IIOSS VALE BRAIICII. ' 'w? WPAMm'&GoT . ? TrVTTT? r^T^fTTPT^jTQ, ^ ' Established 1853. tiicoitroiiATKD 1803, T' ? Sola Agents for PIANOS by Steinwny and Sons, pjullna-. Fcurich, Uchei ami Lcchlciter, Carl . ' ;EcUe/The Victor, Tho Belling ; and for tho !? ? i7brld-rcriowncd IvSTEV ORGAN'S ' »? ' ' and Booooy'o Brass Band Instruments. rhlvfimtProvidero...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 26 July 1892

50 ' i ? --.u« »??-* -.{t h )?;? - :o* v. -,} [, - :h ? .? '2/6, »er quartet; , prepairt;;.,i/- if vWaofctd ; enlarged Wily from the time of comnisnCitut. Quarters end Mwii 31 « Juno 3Q,'*Septaht}ibiv 30, *? ? JWetfmher31, at which periods only oan-mbeprilien 5 HefliiiWTiiviMg^^ock'a.'Mti'ceiHrWri^g direct \ ? tftlri'wnioe — a»t;4hroii{H * ;l-*caV'. 'CoJlect«rn*aifd ,s : Hfarhinntng qnarterj-i-.-j. — '' At» t k r ti Sew e n TS—' g I 'lew ?tlikh'v©ie'iHcH, , I fs tor ; W;*ratvtw« lihfa.-'-anU --? V,r It** after sdotwr '- 1 advertisements, .^/-'.far th't first inch- anil .1/6' for ? 1 ftvary,antt^eqrienfc,''inch;' ' A liberal re.lnbtiotvm'atle -,« ' for standing advertisement*.1 AdvefrtheinenCr o 1 „ liirths, watriag?*. anfdeaths. if sent by pHeWihu*t- bi' authenticated %y 'tlw' sifcn-itmo ? cf* some: person ' knWn at tha oi\'tlley: n-iti Hot lie inputted;' '^?/AdyertUementVNnll , be ' r eu'pi vcclft\ tv t o ,fi p.m. en * .day i, of ; |»' Vl i.93 1 tpn .! ; . 1 ^nsr^ttnnf, J', ^should...

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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 26 July 1892

ILocal smiuII dileiiiteR'afl. Ovbrhcad Bridge at Mittaqonq.— On Wod* nesdny last when tho Railway Commissioners passed through Mittagong, tho Mayar (Alderman Kichnrds) Alnormon Draper, IV caling, and Snowden, iaterviewed them asking for the orection of a bridgo over tho railway, Mr. Eddy at first thought tho bridge could not be constructed undor £3000, but upon being acquainted that tho C03t would probably not cxcccd £000, ho immediately agreed tc visit tno spot whoro it v/as proposed to erect it. Mr. Eddy at onco caw what ditiicultiea tho public have to contend with, and definitely promised that the bridgo should bo crcotcd, provided the noccssary land could be nccurcd. Tho land required would bo a strip of 20 chains long by ono chain wide, be* longing to Mr. G. A. Murray. Mr. F. Beaumont has promised £25 towards the land required. MAiuiiftGi: Certis'IOAtie. — Tho Amended Act relating to declarations before marriago will come into forco on the ist August. Ministers and others . who...

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Debating Societies. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 26 July 1892

EPebatSnag Societies. ? Xaefc week tho Literary and Debating Sooiety of ... the St^John'a Club held tneir firotdobate, aud it is ; very gratifying to know that tho dobating society promises] to be a great success. At Sutton Forest, y 'tooi we observe, a movement is taking placo to re v' establish a society thcro. Tho benefits of a Literary and Debating Society, scarcely need to be pointed ?—oat,* for — nowadays ovoryono will admit how essential it is to discuss oh public events, and to debate upoo suggested socialand legislative reforms. : i . S.uch a society leads its members to acquire informa ; - ? tion not only from books and Jitoraturo, but from ,, ; the resultiug personal intercourse with their feUowinon. In public debate we easily ex * ' ! clnoge ideas and opinion? with others and thus become better acquainted with the various springs of human action and are lead to observe moro keenly the various phages of human lifo and passion. It is an absolute neucssity iu these modem da...

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Newspaper Accounts. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 26 July 1892

Kewsptuper Accounts. Hore is a happy thought , that is well worth pondering over. The editor of a Port Pirio K.~) pnpor has two classes of onvolopes forwarding acoounto to subsoribers. The envelopes for current accounts are of imitation satin and nro perfumed with musk and lavender, vrliilo thoaofor overdue bills are madeot pnpor-oag pupur uuu urouiuauioNiou with okuil and oro3G-bonos. Commenting on thi3 ono of tho lon^-Diifiaring tribo of nowspaper proprietors oays, 'Thioingeni- oui journalist muot bo a good donl more lucky than tho avoratje couutry editor if tho hint convovod by the skull and cross-bones hno any ofioct on his defaulting creditors. Tho man who doesn't: pay hio paper bill promptly is generally tho kind of man who would not bo ohamod into doing no oven if tho unhappy oditor. were to oond hio own olnill end flroaa-bonos.in proof tlidt lie had died of otnrffction bi ought about, by having | to wc.it too Ions -O-.' the money.owod him.' .

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FOOTBALL. WILD'S MEADOW V. MOSS VALE FITZROYS. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 26 July 1892

; FOOTBALL. WILD'S MEADOW V. MOSS VALE FITZROYS. 1 [Bv Goal Post.] j The Moss Valo Fitzroys journeyed to ! Wili'e Moadow on Saturday aftornoon last j to try concluoiona with tho roprosentativos : of that district. Tho woather wa3 all that j could bo desirod, and the attendance vory good, including a largo numbor of tho t'air sox, who took a groat intorost in tho game, i Tho Meadow was captained by J. Haytor, I and tho Fitzrovs hv J. Arnott. nnd Mr. 17. Broakwoll filled tho arduous position of sole umpiro to tho ontiro satisfaction of nil con corriod. Arnott won tho toss and 0I1030 tho oastorn goal, thus loaving tho homo toam to kick off. Tho ball was set rolling by Hay ter, and smartly returned by Arnoit, remaining forsomo timo in tho Moadow 25, thoy boing oompellod to forco. Tho leather wao kiekod out by Ryan, but the Fitzroys soon workod it back, and Bousfiold gotting i ; from a sorum crossed tho lino and obtainod first touih for Moos Vole. Tho kiok at goal wao ontruatod to the ca...

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SMALL DEBTS COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 26 July 1892

' HifeSfATiL DEBTS COURT. I Hi A!'.' Wnlledon sued George Cunningham for £13 3/2, board and lodging.. Defendant did not appear. Verdict for plaintiff tor the amount claimed; .with 8s. costs — Free P'ess.

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Bowral Police Court. FRIDAY, JULY 22, 1892. (Before Messrs. R. s. McKenzie and J. J. Campbell, Js.P.) OBSCENE LANGUAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 26 July 1892

'Glow nil Police Court Friday, Jot* 22, 1802. (Befor^ Messrs. R S. McKenzie and J. J. Campbell, Js, P.) OBSCENR LANGUAGE. John trcGaiin, for using obscene language, was fined^l-'or'aeven dayi? in Berrima. He refused to, pay. ? [As a friend insisted on paying the ffne Mr McCunn secured his liberty.! 'WAGES.. Win!;Moorov Samuel Willis. Settled out of court j summons withdrawn. jWj)RTENTIO:V OF PBOPERT*. J. Hi.'^atson sued H. Butter for nnlaw ^ fuldete'^itipii -of property. On the application ~ of Mr toxley (defendant's solicitor), the case ^ was postponed to the 5th of nest month.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 26 July 1892

To Overcome Weakness.— Pepper'? Q11'!1' on* Iron Tonic gives now Iifo, nppotito, liealtft, atreneth, energy. Cures neuralgio, liiiligcitiou, nervo debility. Specially UBoful in hot, depression olimato or-malnrlouo distneto. Everyone olio''' keep up strength by taking Pepper's Quinine, t^o world-known T3n(jltth tonlo- Buttles evorywbeu. L-. w,v: - - ;

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The Commercial Banking Company of Sydney. SOUND FINANCIAL POSITION. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 26 July 1892

- Tlief Coiniti'orsEnil':' cSanMng-'dom- ? ? pmiiy off Sydney. -N SOtJND FINANCIAL POSITION. The^otaimdrcial--Banl:ih^.-; C-impany of | Sydneyj-jSuonB: eighty-eighth' half-yearly j meeting was held to-day. ajjain presents ono ' of tlnse renrlarkablo rop'orts which for an j many yoare', tmvj (inhibited it in tho first j pos!tion,]ot; qriy rate jfrom a profit- making point of vieV, among British hanking insti tutions. A few English banks of small magnitude, havo occisionally in times ot r great prosperity returned their shareholders 'dividends ''at- the rate of 25 per cent, por annum, and in oho or two instances have given still l.ircer rottirns. For a year or two, one- jf'''ric'..'bap\i; of. the Argentine Republic, '-'wo oblieve, paid a' greater divi dend, but -thiprVrt3 not mnintainol. But the Oommoroial TSarik lias for 17 years paid a dividend' at thn rate of 25 per cent, por annum, andl inadd-.o;eo:'ly additions to its reserve fundo, until at tho prosent time . ita reserves hmoiin...

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