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Novelist. The Rajah's Vengeance. A STORY OF INDIA. CHAPTER XII.—CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 14 January 1893

iRoveltst. The Rajah's Vengeance. A STORY OF INDIA. ? _ ? Of ? By FREDERICK M. DEY, CHAPTER' Xli.- -Costisued. 1 See 1' oliG^cricd, as she camo . close to me and extended her right hntid, ' 3 found somo learos and blossoms of the ebony plant in tho' satchel which yoa broughthera with, you from tho palace* and I picked ono ol them out, and it stung me/ It was true. A number -of littlo red spots glowed upon the .whiteness of her hand—spots i which wero Already fading from sight, but proof, I nevertheless, that.- her system was undergoing a ^ change, and that tho ebony plant, far from con .?; ;*? tinuing to bo a necessity to her existence, had be* come in a measuro ah enemy. «--- 1 covered tho delicate hand with hisses, and told tier that fiio mnsfc not again handlo the loaves — that thoy wero dead. ?sa ' No,' she said, ' they are angry bccaueo of my :-v. desertion. But 1 havo no need of them noir, nor . thoy of me/ ;.??'? ' Nurha,1 said Simrha, fixing his eyes upon her tenderly, and w...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Damaged Men. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 14 January 1893

Damaged Men ? You can seo any day, in the streets of any city, | men who look damaged— men, too, of good 'original 1 material, who started out in lifo with general aBpi. rations. Once it was said that they were, bright, 1 promising lads ; once they looked happily into the I faces of mothers whoso daily breath was a prayer | for their purity nnd pcaco. Going to tho bad ! the : spell of evil companionship ; tho willingness to hold ' n n rl 11 or* nimmu hnnrnt.lv nainnd ? t.lin fxtnftlfchv. oeduetive, plausible^advance of tho appetite for strong drink : tho ticacherona fascination of the gambling table ; the gradual Ions of interest in buai ncsn'and in things which build a man up : tho rapid weakening of tho whole body ;-a depletion of the general strength and vitality ; tbo struggle for exist ence and the worry and turmoil of life breaks up the vital strength and hurries many a man into an un timely grave. First symptoms nre numerous, headaches, nervousness, failure of nppetito nnd in...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
An Extraordinary Sermon. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 14 January 1893

An Extraordinary Sermon. (From the Presbyterian Witness.) ?Tho Eev. John Eobertson (Presbyterian) i :J ' Stonehaven, in the sermon on ' Tho burden of Dnmah — He calleth to me out of Seir ; - ? -? watchman, what of the night?' says: — .... ? . Ever,y godly minister among us is a Cassan dra to-day!. There is a ' rock ahead' in our ? -Free Church. It is not ritualism — bah-! as) soon put Sir Isaoo Newton to croon to tho handle of a was doll, or toot to tho moon's maroh on a penny whistle, as imagine John Knox tomfooling in your milliner mummery It is not rationalism, Hero and there in some pampered hot houso that orohid epi phyte may flower, but in tho swung-cloar, faith-built church it will over be barren, it will never multiply. Tholuxuriouo exotio is nipped and killed in the keen northern air of our popular appeal. The rock ahead that threatens to tear tho very ribs from our gal lant vessel is tho revival of moderatiem. An anti-evangelical spirit, sly, sleepy, and slimy, is creeping...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Whist as She is Played. "Iris" Pictures a Qu[?]t Evening At Home. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 14 January 1893

Whist as cane is Playeu Iris '' Picture .1 Qu.ct Evoning At Jlr.-.-.e. - '(SciSK! ? Tbo cmr.ll elttinp ? room. A polifl llocr I'linjiiiiinii.' Uvuwrn ./?* .bodi^tkca with caIMmjumI ?? /iiroritcF,* '? WhifthTJO 'cr.ocvir of rc.ulin . A M;frv . ' ^rith i*o pito,vr- on which Lrken^' fair ? noitUd cLvnfc Uranpr, ptea^nrmle vn.v:v of future-valuo aa illun ^fcriiWhjri'heSux *av»t;c fitai»tn uf liccjrativo '? ?*«. U.'-nr^ ft ^rtcn-b:\tn? tr»bta til ihe family jflotf £ uhiM, Minima, a Ininicn, stout, iriiii ejtbrov;p perpetually luted :' In * rt3»tc cf mint nnrl pl.vntive ilrprccr.tion, Atd glafFfJ1 well down on the tip ol her norc, ? pUjs wiili m whom r-ku fjr.rrs with ' tin-oiou' npjrol. Popi, rotund, tliiilicd, grav-baitci, tilt* bit cluur hick on iia hind kg?, cr eleo hiichce it chu-o to tho tabic. Aa tho tmcrctt of the game Incrc.ifcy. he uti fa^Un*, one by one, tla- buttons of Iih waii't CCftt, bf^inuicp from the- boiiem, till it b'.ipcc . Oprn and rtvt»ls a trirun.-le of ehirt. The o...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BUNDANOON v SUTTON FOREST. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 14 January 1893

BUNDANOON v SUTTON FOREST. - 1 A match was played at Sutton Forest last Saturday between the above olubs. Owing to the unsettled slate of the weather ' it was lale beforo a start was mado, con sequently thero was only time for one innings each, tho gamo being decided on the first innings in favor of Bundanoon by 22 runs. Mr. H, Doylo captained the visitors, and Rev. Stoddart the locals. Appended : are the scores : ? Bundanoon. Clout, b Ellsinore ... ... 19 Paxton, c Quigg, b Rose ' ... ... 12 Doyle, b Ellsmore ... . ... , ... 2 Hoffman, b Eliamoro ! ..; ' .... 0 Fabey, b Ellsmoro ... ... 0 Amos, b Ellsmoro ... ... t ... 0 Badgery, b EUsmore, ( 15 M. Fahey, b Ellsmoro . 3./J,', 0 Niobolas,.b Monk ... : ... 0 : Tooth, run out ' ; ? ... 3 . ... 5 ? Ryan, not out ' ? ... ... ' ' ... 3 ... ^ Sundries. ; ... ? 1.. Total 3 ... -;.,07 Sutton Forest,. ' Rose, e Hoffnam, b Nicholas ... 25 ; : Jlaroom, o Amos, b Nicholas ... 1 Ellsmoro, o Badftory, b Nioholas ... 6 ; ,. Kater, b Doyle ... ... ...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TWO BIRTHDAYS. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 14 January 1893

TWO BIRTHDAYS. Ox SlOHASD UAHIOW/'i ? ? ? 'li'OoOljnmo/Mlehael— thnt'B what it In i rcnl mean nhnmo I They ni»chtn3 well nrray» *Pr - shan't enjoy mycclf ono bit 1 and tho littlo ioot camo down with r.n emphatic Gtr.mp upon tho coit {jrccn3vrr,rd, y?l)i!o tlio pretty, liuahctl fr.ee, r.vontul v/Iiich tlm r;ind-to:~cf.l curia were nlr.yin', v,t.3 raised to tbr^t of lier compr-nion. JI10 TO.n a girl o£ ten cntunoM, nnayed in uoliuny dre=3, with cold bnntb clr.^pin;; tho rounded wricte, and n dclicr.tc cbiiin of enquioito v;orl:rnr.Tirihip nc::!liiir; around her 'bite neel:. But tbo pictty fr.co vroro no cnjircesion of bolidr.y rairth r.nd jhlncn j tbo ripe lip.i quivered v.itU emotion, r.nd tlic dnrl:, iuotroue oycj rrere misty with ter.n. Her comjirjiion v,t.3 about four ycr.ro h:? rcnior ; a tall, hnndeomc Ir.d, rntaV. Qir.ve, thoujbtrul face, that mr.de hiiu r*jcm even older than bo was, and an air oil iunr.to re finement which hisohabby attire and bumble surrounC!af;a only served ...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 14 January 1893

?' Cricket a?td Umpires. — In connection with intercolonial matches an amusing incident is related by a Victorian paper about the last match between Now South Wales and South Australia, A four was signalled for a hit by ono of tho Sydnoy bats, which pal pably .stopped short of tho boundary. '' That New South Wales umpire is a choat,' said one of the onlookers. ' Your crowd has cer tainly treated him as ono ' was tho retort of the New South Wales manager, who stood close by ; ' and with just about as much reason a3 you liAve for calling him a cheat. It was your own umpiro that gave that decision.' ''Then be made a mistake,' said the South Australian, in a loss severe tone. The Naw South Walesman noted the fine distinction, and said, 'oh, I see. Our umpire is a choaJ if ho makes a mistake, but yours only makes a mistake, when he oheats.' . A Remarkable Newspaper. — Ono of the most remarkable newspapers in the world is the Petit Journal of Pari3. It circulates every day 1,200,000 copie...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE COOK'S STORY TOLD BY H[?]SELY. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 14 January 1893

THE COOK'S STORY | TOM DT nanSKLV, * - r^o. 'lafttd; ftway.' r always did say tint, when they came a bctherin* mo ia tho kitchen, tho.«o beggar/?. 'No,' I e&ld ; but he would couio in, and stood lookin' bo wretched that I couldn't do nothin' fiercer than to shako the soup hdlo at him and yell; 'Well, now, wVat do you want ?' '?Something to cat,' oaytj he, na meek Of! a Iamb. ' M «ther ia siok, and father io dead, and the and I and baby n?o hungry l* 'Jest the sirao old otory,' nayo 2, 'that every beg^r.r boy baa fold mo for yoaro. There — fco r.w.iy.' And I remember, ad I did it, fasltnin' my breastpin, that had 0 trick of comiu' undone. I know by fchattbflt I had it ou. It wan ono I'd had givon me, and it was worth a groat deal, 16 had be* lonped to a rich lady I waited on, and poor folko generally don't havo ouoh pino. Bat ho looked bo pitiful that my heart mcltod, and naya I, ' I know you're lyin', it'o jeafc liko mo to bo imposed upon. Sit down thero and eat your breakfa...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Value of Ensilage to Farmers. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 14 January 1893

I he Value of Ensilage to Farmers I Mr. J. L. Thompson, Principal of tho ilTawkcsbury Agricultural College, visited :AlbionPark on Thursday week, liisduty being the inspection of Mr. D. L. Dy mock's farm at Marshall Blount.. In tho course of n speech he said that tliu district through which he had passed was rich and ?. beautiful, well adapted for agriculture and daii-yin-., 'but lie was surprised that tho farmers rfirl nnt nil provido ensilago for their cattle. He lind bi ought witli him a sample of ensila-»e taken from within two font of Mr. DymockV stuck at Marshall Mount, made from broadcast maize lust summer, and althou'h tho weather since -vns exceptionally wet and tho stack uncovorod, tho onsilago was of first-class quality. Farmerssliould romombor that sovoro aoasons will como again, and thoro was no way by which thoy could bo proyidod .against but by making ensilago. Ho was the second man in Australia to make ensil age. though whon ho first siiw it boing mado ho thought it ...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CRICKET [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 14 January 1893

CRICKET Secretaries mid - other krioicit residents of the . localttiei-in which sports occur ' will oblige t-y ? .s'eiutiiiy'Us particulars' as earhjai possible after ? i ? the several emits, 1 ' ; :

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Science Clippings. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 14 January 1893

Science Clippings. j Tnp truo elephant first made his appear* anco in tho epoch juot preceding tho ' Great Ico Ago in Europo und Americo« -1?0-3' ,vide.!y separated points between1 which it is possible to send a telegram aro Britiah Columbia end New Zealand via Amonoa and Europo. ... 1 ? o—-«» 'U,u iu uomempiation a ' novel convenience for tourists, which is to connect mountain poako by means of wira ropes, upon whioh cars will bo made to olido from one to the olher, A . BnxBtouii recommends thot all tho wood used in the interior conotruotion of housoa pnd oil tho plain ourfaceo of plaster, should bo thoroughly oiled or varniohed, so thattbe absorption of foul air and gaees should be ueotroyed, Tnn yollow cap of a trco of Siam produces g&mbogo ; tho natives catoh tho cap in coooa* nut oholla; Raw oionna io tho natural earth from tho neighborhood of Sionna, Italy, lyaw umbor io alno an earth found &6AK Umbria antj burned. , j Wuy is a man, when about to ftOQOfil a lad...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BUNDANOON. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 14 January 1893

s ? - : Bundanoon. Tho following nro tho fixtures for the above club , Jainuny 14— Exetor, at Exeter January 21 — Moss Valo, at Moss Valo ? January 20 —15 Juniors at lBlindanoon ?. January 28— Hill View, at Suttoiv Forest February 4— Sutton Forost, at-Bundanoon

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CRICKET FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 14 January 1893

? ? CRICKET FIXTURES.. 3 Secretaries of distrijt orickctclubn are. invited to Bcud in thoir fixtures under this heading. No charga is mado for such insertion. St. John's, Moss Vale. Tbo following are tho fixtures for tho above club : — i January 14— Jeffries' team, at Moss Vnlo January 18 — Hon. H. K. Kater's team at Moss Valo. January 21 — Bundanoon, at Moss Vale . January 2S— Surveyors' Camp, at Bowral. February 4 — Lord Jersey's train, at Hill View

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 14 January 1893

4«f»crul News. Mndden has intimntucl Ins williii^ncn-J ; ? tonccept the position of Chief Justice of Victoria. On Sunday morning a youth named . Benjamin Dunks wns r.uliocatrd in -i liou..c , fc;;.-.: at No. M I5niii'-'tre.?t, JVIniaiii, which w.-r; burnt to tho ground Ho had b.:.w a: r,ir, tin;; S to remove 1 1 1: : uni-i-iire from tin1 burning , &S^;:U':iuildiri?, nnd it i:i _ supposed tlrnt his ret runt ft.!:/.:.' ? was cut ofl'hy tha (ire. In Liverpool three cotton warehouse.1!, iJM^vtCcohiaiiiing 11,000 bales of cotton, have been . . .; destroyed by fin-. In the ofl'ort to eopo with tlin flumes two firemen were hilled. Tho ik-.r* total damage i-- not less than £-00,000. A man nunied David Alolr.11, who is said .- to havo been assaulted in Sussex-sti ect on New Year's Evo, died in the Sydney hospital on Sunday. : Serious tribal riots have occurred amongst tlio hannkns on Macmulc plantation, Queens ' hilid. One of tliein was hilled and .several wer' seriously injured. ? O...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Judging at Agricultural Show. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 14 January 1893

Judging iit Agricultural Show. A correspondent in tho Kiama Independent says that now wo are on tho ovo of a series of shows he would bring up the point system of judging. He belioves in giving the pniuts a trial but is afraid that ' unless mature judgment has beon exenrcised in drawing up this scalo of points, and also if the samo caro is not taken in adjusting them, tbo ohiect will bo ontirolv lost.' Ho savs that tho breeding of tho Illawnira cattle is a cross between various other breeds, and might vory properly bo loimed mongrels, and the colour is tonlly a matter of chance. He considers therefore that colour should not bo specified iu judging a combination of broeds. but should be left for the judges to decide. Another matter to which ho refeis, is tho enormous amount of solGshness which exists iu connection with tbo givintr of special prizes. Tho donors of these specials not onlv allot them to a ocotion in which they considor thomselves to have a ten to one 'banco, but they al...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Bachelors' Ball at Middle Arm. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 14 January 1893

CBsicliclors' CCiill at saiildlc Arm. Friday night was tho timo chosen by tho l uentlcmen to hold tho annual ball — the fourth, I belicvo. of tho series. Messrs. J. Maui -n. hor. see., D. Melnnes, hon. troas uiei- N Melnnes. D. McGregor, ond T. j Manion, dcoorvo thanks for thoir efforts to I proviso a niglit'o pleasure. Visitors came I from Goulburn, Marulan, Wiiigollo, and other places. Amongst thooo presont I noticed Mr. Rooo. M.P., Miss Lloyd, matron of Goulburn Hospiti 1, and Mr. T. Forguson, 3.V., Wingello. Tho ball-room was ii spacious one, and tho oxoitions of a number of ladies i wiw kindly giivo thoir valued corvicoo to the I jws&nted really an' excellent ap : p$w«se»-u!.v ' in profusion and soino ; very ffiW lttwtltos* 'tbo work of Miss E. 46\W[llvi!'4-'3 She decoiations. Tho catMm'pf mi by Mrs. Mclunos. Tbfti IWauE. J. J. Manion and D. HcGfSgiVr, simply ubiquitous in (ho dKfttogf (.{ their duties. A vory long oi dmeet wn# arranged, and incliidtd atttotig tl.fttn V...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Local Land Board. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 14 January 1893

3jocrI Uiiiinl DBoaid. The following ia a list of cases set down for hearing at the Court House, Moss Valo, on Jan. 23rd aud 24th The following will be hcaru on the 23rd : — Melville George Barrett, c [p 92*29, 40 acres, Sutton Forest. Julius Henry Hards, c p 92-55, 100 acres, Joadja, Robert Bear, c p 92-26 95 acres, Bar^o. Charles Brunner, c p 92*17, 40 acrea, Wingello. George William Campbell, cp 92-51, 46 acres, Wingello. Clnrles Edward Casburn, c p 92-4, 100 acrea, Wingello ; c I 92-5, 200 acreB, Wingello. Robert Foster Duck, c p 92-32, 50 acres, Mur rimba. Andrew Erskinc, c p 92-56, 100 acres ; c 1 92-21, 121 acres, Jellore. Richard Harda juur., c 1 92-2, 52S acres Joadja. Charles Jann, cp 92-16, 40 acrcs ; c p 92*46, 40 acres, Wingello. James Murray, c p 92-23, 50 acres, Mnrrimba ; c 1 92-11, 150 acrcs, Murrimba. Richard Waddy Cordeaux, adminstrators of the late, vcq 1 S72, 1417 acres. Bullio. For exemption from fencing and appraisement nf rent. John Follory, vo c 1 20517, 150...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Moss Vale Police Court. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 11TH. (Before F. R. Wilshire P.M., and D. Clifford J P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 14 January 1893

Moss ViiEc Police (Court. Wednesday, January IItii. (Before F. R. Wilshire P.M., and D. Clifford J P.) C. Lawrence, employed at tho waterworks wns summoned by tho police for using a cart without having his name painted thereon. Fined 0s and Ca Gd coats. John Gilles for drunkenness j was fined 10s and 6a 6d coats. Mr, W. Johnson Commercial Hotel, Moss^ Valo, was grauted a music permit for tho occasion of Reservo Rifle Corps dinner. Mr. J. H. Caldwell, Robortson, applied for transfer of Criterion ' Hotel to Mr. Schlaadt.^— Granted. Mr. S. E. Corderoy waa granted an auctioneer's Ucensc, for tho Berrima district.

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Wingello. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 14 January 1893

Wingcllo. Accidknt.— I regret to inform yoa_ that, nn acci dent happened this (Thursrlaj) morning at_ Fergu son's saw-milla, Wingcllo, by which ii married man named William Clout, 33 years of age, got his right hand so soverely mangled U3 tojprobably necessitate its amputation. Clout, it appears, wao at work ;1t ono of tho circular saws when bv sumo means hi3 hand was drawn in between the timber and the machine, which inflicted a fearful wound and fractured the bones. The injured man was brought into town to Dr* McMaster, who advised his immediate removal ,to tho hospital, where ho waa taken. Later in tho day Dr. MeKillop saw tiie patient. Much sympathy is felt for Mr. Clout and hi3 wife.

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 14 January 1893

u ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE' ?' IB must be distinctly understood that 100 do not necessarily identify ourselves with opinions -???? ? . - expressed hy correspondents.']

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
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