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Worth Knowing. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 7 January 1893

Wort-Hi EJnowliiff. . Chloride of limo 13 an infalliblo preventa tive of rats ns they flee from its odor as from a pestilence. A bucket of quicklime put in-. a damp larder will quickly dry it. Common snuff put into the chinks of tho 'lepmce win orivo away ueetles ana crickets. A piece of charcoal thrown into tlio pot in which onions, cabbages, ifcc., are being boiled will prevent any smell from them per vading the house. All iron, copper, or brass cooking utensils are easily cleaned if soda and water aro allowed to boil in them immediately after Tho outsido of pots and kettles should be kept as clean as the inside, and this can only be done by washing ns often as necessary with sand and a small broom brush. All household glass should bo toughened before being used.' This is'donb by placing it in cold water, and allowing it to roach hnilinrr ? 1 gradually. Gas and lamp globes and chim neys may be preserved for years if this simplo precaution is taken. Hints on tho use of kerosene oil...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 7 January 1893

_ ? AdlVCE'ltiiDGDDllGUaiiLi. ^ale. GLEN WOOD FARM, near Mount Asbby. Apply to R. BOUSFIELD. - f Moss Valo. MERYLA STATION. I HAVE for private sale several choice allotments at Meryla Siding. D. CLIFFORD. Auctioneer Land and Commission Agent, Moss Yale School of Arts. THE Annual Meeting of tho members will bo hold on TUESDAY EVENING 17th instant, at 7.30 at tho SCHOOL OF ARTS. ' Business : Elcotion of officers and such othor business of which duo notico hao boon given. Notices in connection with tho election havo been placed- in tho Rending Room. Nominations close on Tuesday 10th instant. , JOHN VILES, Hon. Sec. Local Land Board. 'IVfOTICE is hereby givon, that Meetings of tho i_\ Local Land Boards, under the provisions of the Crown Lands Act of 18S4, will bo held on tho dates, and at the places set forth hercandor : — Moss Vale Court House, 23rd and 24th January. 1893 A, 0. MORI ARTY. , . Chairman. Local Land Board Office, Goulburn, 1 January, 1S03. THE BEEEIU4 DISTRICT COLD CLIMAT...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 7 January 1893

? Hollo\v.\y'3 Pills. —Tho changes of tomporaturo and weather frequently upaotporsonu who nro most cautious of their health, nnd moat particular in their dietn. Thoso corrective, purifying, and gentle apcrlonfc Pills aro tho boat remedy for all dofectivo actions of tlio digestive organs ; they augment tlie appetite, strengthen tho stomach, correct billions nesa, and carry oft' nil that ia noxious from the I system, Holloway's Pills aro composed of rare ! balsam's, unmixed with baser matter, and on that account aro peculiarly well adaptqd for tho youug, dolicato and aged* ? Ag thia ijeerlesD medicine has gained fomo in the past, go will prc3ervo it in tho future by itt renovating aud invigorating qualities, /i ita incapacity of doing harm, YetfB,*n^y ^I0 heat mcdioino know ia SANDER SONS' ISUCALYm EXTRACT. Test its mincntly powerful effeota in coughs, cclds, in to Inatantenous, In serious bin, ,.0 ???'dentn of nil kinds, bo thoy wouiuls romoil'v— fnn'1®0; n-ruisr:3' sprains it is tli...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
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Moss Vale Courthouse Statistics. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 7 January 1893

KJoss Vale (Doun-tlionse Statistics. ^ : Through the courtesy of Mr, J. R. Scroggie, O.P.S., J.P., we are enabled to subjoin the following statement of business transacted at tho Moso Yale courthouse during the past yenr Police court, 233 cases ; district court. 95 ctises : small debts court 45 cases. Births registered 8? j deaths 93 j marriages' 11 Oases under the Drunkard's PuniBhraent' Act, -feo., 1 10,

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
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Marulan. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 7 January 1893

SHai'iglnn, P.A..H. and I, Society.— A gonoral meeting was held in tho School of Arts on Saturday afternoon, tho 31st Decombor. Among thoso present woro— Messrs, H. A. Hoaro, hou. troasuror (chairman), A. Suow don (aoting as secretary in tho unavoidable absence of Mr. H. Morrice), J. Coombs, J. Carter, R. Curry, P. Kilioylo, E. Xickner, i nnrl O-. fihnnlinr/1 Tlin minnfna nf proviouo meeting having boon reac[ nnd adopted, tho corrospo^idouco footing t° dates of forthcoming show Van doalt with- In viow of tho fact that both Moss Valo and Crookwell doollnod to altor thoir dates, although it was said Marulan had un doubtedly a prior claim to thom, it was doomed advisablo to] givo way, and Mr. J. Coombs proposed and Mr. R. Curry socondod that tho lGth and 17tli Maroh bo tho dntos on which tho show ohould ho hold in liou of tho 9th and 1 0th of tlio samo month, ' as proviouoly dotormined. This was enrriod unanimously. Tho lion, (ronam'or.tlien road tho bnlanco-shooi for tho year, showing...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
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The Disbandment of the Rifle Reserves [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 7 January 1893

TTIio DDIsfeimlmemfc of tlio CEiOo DKenea'vcs. The following letter appearedin Thursday's isydney Morning Herald from the energetic secretary of the Moss Valo Rifle Reserves Sir,— List Monday week it became known that it was tho intention of tho Government to disbaud tho Rifle Reserves, and in the briefest of notices published in tho Gazette of last Jiriday afternoon the Colonial Secretary publishes that, with tho advico of the .Executive Council, tlio Governor authorises such disbandment to take effect from thc'lst January (i.e., Sunday). So far the press seems to have luado little, if any, comment upon tho matter, and I trust that you will allow me space in the Herald while I move to be heard to set aside this verdict of Sir George Dibbs's Cabinet. At tho annual meeting of the Moss Vale Reserve Rifle Company last Thursday the announcement of tlio Cabinet'3 intention was discussed, but overy member present considered that the Government would hardly dare to carry out their proposed...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Moss Vole Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 7 January 1893

BHoss VaU© CoehijcM. A special meeting of the above was held . on Friday evening, December 30th. Present —Aldermen Young (Mayor), Adams, Good ridge, Jones, Rose, and McGregor. Minutes of previous meeting were read and confirmed. CORRESPONDENCE. A'post card was read from Railway Com -niesioners acknnwlrrl n It vpnpi'iif- nf ?] ...rnn n f for part cos5 of kerbing patliway in Argyle street. From tho Engineer-in-Chief, Harbors and Riveis Department, stating tliafc Mr. H. A. Blomfield was not to be removed as arrange ments had now been made so that he stay in Moss Yale and supervise the water supply works. The Under-Secretary for Lands wrote to say he was in receipt of council's letter ; several months ago re the matter of reserves within municipalities, but the council was laboring under an error as his department couia not recognise any ciaim oy a municipal council to control reserves not vested in them. — These were all formally 'received.' The Principal Under-Secretary forwarded a ci...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
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Bundanoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 7 January 1893

Itundnnoon. ?v'-' ?— -s~- i ? ( From our . Correspondent J. town is still lively. There havo - several visitors arriving nnd some few ' 'ifpx Wofc c,ul,y weather has pre ,v-..r :1-?e!P^S*hem .enjoying tho beauties of tho guljnaif'lhc Erith 'VVatorfalls, and other sights to the full extent, but to-day the sun''hns . shone out and wo havo been ablo to appre ? '* ciate the delightful change in weather. .. . . A.Sbhd Off. — A very enjoyable evening WAS firinnf. r»r» ? 1 _„i. * ,9 ? ? r-'- it «uucsuuy lusiz-wnenainroweJl ' ' banquet was tendered to1 Mr. J. Watts, of . tho public school, Bundanoon (who has been promoted to the charge of tho public school, ? Grenfell) by tho members of tho Mutual Improvement Class and the Cricket club The chair was filled by Mr. W. A. Nicholas ' vice-president of the Mutual Improvement Class, whn nrnnncnrl fKn frtr.r,*. ii. . «c /-v ? » . : , . - . , ?? --- r-Tw'u n/Mao uj. tuo -- ^jueen . .... responded to by Mr. H. McLaren. Tho toast of the evening — ' T...

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General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 7 January 1893

dneneml Hews. It transpires that the statement that. Mr. John Morley, Chief Secretary for Ireland, had decided to disarm the Irish constabulary and replace their bayonets by batons, was without foundation. The delegates of the Miners' Federation of Great Britain, representing 300,000 miners, will meet at Birmingham on ftiondr'y, to discuss the question o£ the introduction of the eight hours system in the mines. Lord Onrrinfijton will represent the Queen at the wedding of the Princess Margaret of Prussia, sister of the German Emperor, to Prince Frederick of Hesse. In New York a conspiracy to steal the body of Jay Gould has been discovered. It was intended to excavate n tunnel into tho vault where the corpse lay. The tomb is now guarded by two men night and day, and electrio alarms Jiave been attached to the coffin. /' News has been received of a fiercc buttle between the dervishes in the Soudan and the Egyptian garrison at Ambigol Wells. The garrison repeatedly charged the onemy, and...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 7 January 1893

Liver C mplaists. — Dr./ line's Dandelion and ! Quittine Liver Pills, witho^j mercury, are a potent | romedy ; remove all liver i A stomach complaints, I biliousness, headache, sickness, shoulder pains, heartburn, indigestion, constipation. Mado ouly in London- Sold everywhere. — Advt. To Overcome WEAKyEss.— Pepper's Quinine and Iron Tonic gives new life, appetite, health, strength, energy. Cures neuralgia, indigestion, nervo debility. Specially usoful in hot, depression climates or malarious districts. Everyone should keep up strength by taking Pepper's Quinine, the world-known English tonic. Bottles everywhere. — Advt, ?

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"Our Social State and the True Lines of Reform." LECTURE BY REV. F. B. BOYCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 7 January 1893

'Our SociiiH State an-S ttue TTrac liiues ol flSeform.' LECTURE BY REV. F. B. BOYCE. On Thursday evening last a very interesting and important lecture was delivered by tho Rev. F. B. Boyce (the chairman of the N.S.W. Local Option League) in St. Thomas' Church ot England, Mount Ashby. Tho Rev. W. A. Leech presided. After tho reading from verse 10 to end of chap. 5 St. Paul's Epistle to the Galatians, Mr. Leech said he regretted that tho meeting was not aB large as usually gathered at Mount Ashby. His friend Air. Boyco had specially como up from Sydney to address tnem. j.nrougu somo cause — possioiy irotn I there being noservico on last Sunday owing to tho | wet and stormy weather — tho lecture had not been so widely known as -it should have been, and that meeting contrasted bacMy with their usual ones. Before tho end of the lecture, however, others came in and the church at the closo of the lecture was three parts filled. Mr. Leech called upon tlio lecturer to address, and he deliver...

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The Dan Barry Dramatic Company. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 7 January 1893

The HDau ilSnvvy Wramutie (Compiiny. On Wednesday and Thursday evenings, this talented company gavo performances in the Cen tennial Hall, Moss Vale. On Wednesday there waa not a very large attendance but Mr. Barry had good reason to congratulate himself with the patronage received considering the bad weather keeping people from coming into town. The piece on the first night was very attractive being en titled ' The Follies of the Day,' and is brimful of fun. It is a very delightful piecc of comedy, the plot is very skilfully and most cleverly worked out so that the keenest interest of the audiences is kept up right through the piece. The last act is really quite 'side-splitting from the very ludicrous situation iu which all parties find themselves, bn\ ?of course, thp./?«f?fois the moral one of 'all being happy ever after,' Mr. Dan Bariy took the lead ing part as Simeon Simple, M.P., interpreting the character in a very realistic and most skilful manner. Mr. E. F. Clarke and Mr. A. ...

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CALENDER FOR JANUARY [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 7 January 1893

CALENDER FOIi JANUARY 10th — Last quarter [ IStli — New Moon 2gth- First Quarter j ? ?? Remarkable Evi:n*ts Strx Rises Sets 7 — S Gnle'd baloon ascent 1871 ??? o.O 7.13 8— Sun 1st Sunday after Epiphany .. 5.1 * 7.13 0— M Piukes Govt, defeated, 1860 5.2 . 7.13 10 — Tu Lint convicts arr W A, 1808 5.3 7. 13 i U — W IS S LoruUnj. wrecked, 1805,.. 5.4 7.13 1 12 — Th Four boys handed, 18S7 ... 5 5 7.12 13— F F irst Regatta Pt Jackson. '34 5.0 7.12 1 14 — S Louisa Collino hanged, 1889... 5.7 7.12 ! Io— Sun 2nd Sunday after Kpipliauy... 5.8 7.12 - 10 — M First Theatre opd Sydnoy '90 5.9 7«11 17 — In Kartlujuakc at bydney, 1800... 8 9 7.11 18— W Firat iieet arr Botany, 178S... 5.10 7.11 U) — xh bturt'o Expedition rot, 1847... 5.11 7«li 20— F Kent Ihcwcry huiiit, 1853 ... 5.12 7.10 21 — S Duke of Edinburgh ar Syd, 08 5.12 7.10 22 — bim 3rd Sunday altcr-Epiphany... 5.13 7.10 23— M J-.d orer Bluo Mts opd 1815... 5.14 7.10 24— Tu Burke & Willis' Funeral 1803 5.15 7.9 25— W La Pcrousc cut...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 7 January 1893

SpwUl jMvei'Hsenieiits ? ; C:H. RICHARDSOHr moss v \ iiE, ^ ? ITphohtoror, French Polish &r, Picu.ru . L'ramcr. &c. : .LARGE Stock of Furniture, Be.l»tcn.l« «ml v wCjL Bedding, Carpet'. Maltnuf, Linoleum, Dooi. v.: Mats, &e., always on hand, S-pr»n£ Kollu and ^ Venetian Bhndo, made niul fitted or rtpaucd. 'TsoHFrcmT 'gankTnF' sr;: . . . a 0 M 1' A .N V. : ?;? ???? ? ©I? cz~. ' .TTZrrr, Kstablisho:! lS;!i. Incorporated 1843. 'Head Offico~° ° ? SYDUEY. CAPITAL' ? Soiio, 000 jiESERVJG FCTJTD ? ££330.000 f' Total ? ...£1,430'000 IfjT Brandies throughout Now Smith Wales and A ;- Qiicensltml . Agcncca tlnougliout the world. ' , ' All usual Banking business transacted. MOSS VALE BRAUCII, 13. KVEUARD HOW, Manaokh. ' W, H. PALL\Tu A'--:0„ ? 3C3EESX3E35?X31in-. :i ' ESTABLlallKb 185?. IxCom'OllATKU 1S83.V gfeai^J Sole Agonta fo»* PIANOb by Stemway nnd Sons, Julius Feurioh, Uchel and Lechloiter, Curl Kcke, The Victor, Tho Hulling ; and for tho world- renowned KSTRY ORGA...

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STRAY NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 7 January 1893

: STRAY NOTES. ('By ScrctatorO Elsewhero wo report a locture by tho Rev. Mr. | Boyce, who our readers may ltuovv is one of the i ?irreat pioneers of tompcranee refor.niu this country. His periodicil letters which appear in the Sydney press, '.contain much valuable information and statistics as to the drink traffic ; an! to |the Rev. Boyeo, perhaps above .\ny other man in this country, aro wo indebted for tho dissemination of the strik ing figures as iu the annual drink bill. Tho Rev. Boyce lias ever worked hard for years past to attract the attention of all sections of tho community to tho awful evils resulting from intemperance in strong drink. The lccturo delivered in Mount Aslihv Church on Thursday eveninc should load many to seriously consider aB to the justice and expediency of the Lrc.il Option Bill proposed by the Hon. Mr. Kidd. Tho rov. gentleman most clearly shows that the bill docs not itself affect one single license. It but gives perfect .freedom and liberty for people t...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
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COMING EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 7 January 1893

COMING EVENTS. School of Arts— Annual meeting. January 17 Protestant Alliance Sports — Anniversary Day (20th January) Government Land Sale, Moss Vale — January 18. Sutton Forest nnd Moss Vale Ladies' Working Society — Grand Ba/.aor, January 25 and 2G Berrima District Cottano Hospital. — Annual meeting, Friday, January 27. Southern Rifle Association second annual prize meeting — January 24, 25, 20. aud 27, 1893. i Next District Court at Moss Vale — February 20 suows. Berriun District Agricultural, Horticultural and Industrial Show — March 9 nnd 10, 1S93. March 1, 1893 Marnlan Agricultural Show—March lBth and 17th. 1 Goulburn Agricultural Show— March 23 and 24. Picton A. and H. Society — March 1 and 2 Wollongoiig A. and H. Association— February 1 and 2 ' ' A I Information from sccretaricB is invited. me (Scrutineer, | BERRIMA DISTRICT PRESS, ' ' AND ? . ? ,We '* C«Mirtc«i Advocate. (ESTABLISHED 1874-18 Years.) PUBLISHED WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY 'Uttered out of time, or concealed in prop...

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BREVIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 7 January 1893

15 U S) V I A. Oh ; Ah ;—I sco, very well sir ! Oh ; Ah ; — I cco. very well ma'am ! brine outspoken bachelor in the aitdieneo was so affected by Mother Dux character in Dan Barry S: comedy on Wednesday night that he callcd out ' i won't over have a mother-in-law.' ? ?? Wc aro pleased to learn that tho Govcrnmcn have granted our postman one half-holiday a wcck- commencing on Saturday next, 14th instant. ? : Tlic annual meeting of the members of the Moss Valo School of Aita will take place on Wednesday. 17th instant, i \in a«, *t.;n cupp.ncd Mr. Arnott as accountant at the Moss Vale branch of tho E. S. nnd A. C. Bank. When a woman says she will, she will, and there's an end on't. Sir George Dibbs prevented the lion taming woman from putting her head in tho lion's mouth, Sho thou turned her attention to Sir George, and tamed him into submission to her will, thus proving her power over ull kinds of lions. Caterpillars aro travelling from the coast district northwards and have committed...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 7 January 1893

DiOwiI iiEinil (Uciacrisii. Appointments.— The following'announcemeiits appear iu the Gvvermnmt Gazette : — S. Stumbles, deputy govornor of tho gaol at Berrima, to bo deputy governor of tho gaol nt Maitland ; senior warder J. Jenkins to deputy governor of tho gaol at Berrima, vice Stumbles transferred; Augustus Bissaker to bo first lieutenant in the Mosa Vale Corp3 2ud Regiment N.S.W. Partially Paid In RttipfCill. — Through the courtesy of our oblig ing postmaster, Mr. J. Parke, wo aro enabled to furnish our readers with the exact amount of rain fall at Moss Vale during tho year ending 31st December, 1892 : — January, 5 wet days, *414 points; February, 0. 140; March, 20, 530; April, 15, 403 ; May, 13, 245 ; June, 5, GO ; July, 9. 209 ; August, 15, 570; September, 15,788; October, 12, 314 ; Novembei, 9, 259 ; December, 13, 219. Total wot-dayo, 137 ; total rainfall 41 inches 07points. The greatest fall on ono day took placo oil September 24, wlieu 3 inches 20 points wcrg registered. S...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 11 January 1893

Tlic following remedy for 'linger blight' in roses, i3 worth a trial in connection with crises snch n3 that wc referred to recently. Lightly dust tho centro of the juat opened blossoms occupying tho most tempting position with a little cnycpnc pepper. It does not detract: from the flowcr'u appcaranec sinec if ficen at all it looks only like a natural product of tho plant, and it does the flower no injury. Tlio moat peculiar thinu about it 13 that it does not always protcct tho flower it is placed on so much as thoso that conic after. Public Notice. — Mr. Sibcrt, photographer, in thanking tho public for their kind patronage, bcg3 to announce that as he has weathered the winter, ho has determined to remain, and his travel ling photo waggong are now traversing the difieront districts, and will visit every homestead, farm, etc., in rotation. Await his arrival. Photos at greatly reduced prices. Cabinet size — los per dozen, 9a per half-dozen; C.D.V. size— 103 Gd per dozen, Ga Od per half...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 11 January 1893

On tho' motion of 'Messrs. Lnmbcrt. and JonBs'it \Vft3 decided that nil moneys in ? tho namfc'of the Moss Vale llesorvc Riflii Club bo drawn out of Commercial Bank and pl'iced to the credit of tho Moss Valo Riilo Club,; and that all cheques bo still signed by. . tin*, lato treasurer and secrotary of the Moss V^uje Reserve Riile Club. , It was decidcd that a monthly shootinc be still held for the Garrett trophy, each com petitor to pay Gd per shooting for marker, and that the next shooting takes placo on Saturday, January 14tl», and Wednesday, January 18th, and that the quarterly sub scription p.iid by mombors shooting be divided into three prizes at the end of tho quarter — nil three shooting to count to be divided ns follows : — First prize, GO per cent ; second. 25 per cent; third, 15 per cent.

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