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

To Conn Sici.v U.SEAaia. — Sul^.tilino Lotion quickly drives awayA'ruptionii, xrmples, blotches, redneoo, eczema, nc^o, nisfigi'^iments, roughness, and scarf, &c , Ijft^ing a P^-ar spotltea'oUih and beautiful compIexVn. SuJ^noline is a necessity for tho skin, eapeeiauy in /,ot cliniatCB. Jlade in London. Sold evorvwhf e.— Advt. To Darken Gnj.'? 7'Arn.— Lockycr'd ' Solphur Hair Restorer is tUj - iickest, bent, oafeat ; costs leas, cffccta moro thiV.any other, Tho color pro duced ia moot natural.' Lookycr'a sulphur ii tho only English hair restorer universally cold. — Advt. JMPOUNDED at Mono Vole on the 10th July by JL Mr. F. Throahy, from Throaby Park. 1 olaok draught horse, 3 white ftet, branded X y near ohouldor. If not relcaaed will be oold Aupuot 11th — ROBT. VILES, Pouudlceeper. We arc pleased to hear that tho Rev. W. At Leech ia progressing favourably. (Dirir2f . EnnmuAiL ; - ' LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY Goulbdrn Office : : AUBURN STREET. CHEAP RATES, INEXPENSIVE . MANAGE. ...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Lung Worms in Sheep. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 26 July 1892

Bjuig Worms in Sheep. Lime, salt, and sulphur are often employed as preventives, but whoD sheep are badly infected with both thread worms in the lungs and tapeworms, in the intestines, active measures are required. The following is an approved recipe, but special care is required not to escoed tho prescribed dose, ana nlso that the arsenic is perfectly dissolved before any of tho eclunon is ii3ed. Tho proportions of arsenic, soda, and watornre as follows Foi 50 full-grown sheep : Arsenic, 2 drachms; soda, 4 drachms; wator, 1J pints; dose, loz. For 50 weaners : Arnomc, lOOgr ; soda. 3J drachma ; water, 50ox ; dose loz. For 50 lambs : Arsenic, 80gr ; soda, 3 drachms ; wator, 50o«: ; dose, loz. Lalt ohould nlwnys be kopt vrhero the sheep can lick it, and in dry weather flowers of sulpha miy be miffed with it. . Tho ah'eep will not take too much, For tapeworm is shoep the following is recommendod : — Powdered areca nut, oue-hnlf to I drachm ; oil of male fern, 10 to 20 drops ; give in t...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Electoral Registration. (to the Editor of the Sorutineer.) [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 26 July 1892

Electoral- E^sglstrntlon. (lo the Editor of tho Scrutineer.) wU.-r-In connoction with the intended lfttMcTucfion of tho Govornmcnt Electorul Reform Bill it tuny bo pointed out that inuo'i confusion of ideas oeoma to exist with respect ta^prihoiolo o£ registration of votes, tho r4vJ0 i\C val a lit fnlkcy being that the doctor should not hnvo tho nlighteot difficulty in being placed upon tho electoral register, and that everything should bo dono tit tho solo cxpsjno oS:' ho Stnto. . But h\3lory toaclicEs that whoro, 30 fur as the rogistriuion of votes is concerned, ' [Ii'o olectol- is reduced to the position of 11 cypher, the manipulation of the national voto ih'tlic hands of a scheming political adventurer becomes not only feasible but ulno probable. If the electoral right in worth having it is worth striving for and ; People, as , a rule, care little for that* which costs them nothing. When tho London Bible Society distributed testa ments free of charge, the books were generally cns...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 26 July 1892

, e^flMGIHAL-GORRESPQNOENGE. I Ifffll -,f hat toe do rwcelsttrily identify ourselves with opinions I expressed by correspondents.] ? i

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
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RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 29 July 1892

RAILWAY. Down Trains. — A mail train leaves Sydney daily (Sundays excepted) at 9 p m. Compbelltown 10.8, Picton 10.53, Mittngong 12.12 am, Bowral 12.19, Moss Valo 12.40, arriving at Goulburn at 2.20, and AUrary .11.55. r, , , The Melbourne express leaves Sydney daily (Saturdays nnd Sundays excepted) at 5.15 p m, Mittaeong 8, Bowral 8 8, arriving at Moss Vale at 8 20, leaves at 8.45, arrives at Goulburn at 10.8 nnd Albury 5.50 a ill. , A passenger train leaves Sydney daily vtinmlays excepted) at 9.30 am, Mittagong 12.40 p m, Bowral 12.54, Moss Vole 1.35, Goulburn 3.10. A tourist train leaves Sydney every Saturday nt 7,55 a m, Picton 9.55, Mittagong 11.5, Bowral 11.12, Moss Valo 11.35, arriving at Gonlburn nt .20 p m. A second tourist train leaves Sydnev overy Saturday at 2.28 p m, Mittag_onE8.30, Bowral 5.37, and arrives at Moss Vale at 5.50; A passenger train leaves Sydney for Picton at 5.17 p.m., nnd n mixed traiu leaves Picton for Mittagong at 7-57 p m. Ur Trains.— A mail train le...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SPOSTAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 29 July 1892

POSTAL. Moss Vai.k.— Mails arrive from Sydney and intermediate stations daily (Sundays excepted) at 12-uO a m and 2pm; Berrima at noon nnd 9.30 n m ; Sutton Forest nt !) p m ; Nowra nnd Shoal haven districts at 1.15 a in ; Robertson nnd Um-rawang daily (Saturdays excepted) at 2 a m : Goulhurn and South dailv (.Sundays excepted) at 2.50 a m. Mails close for Sydney and intermediate stations daily (Saturday excepted) nt 9.30 pin, also hy express atOftm (Sundays and Mondays excepted) ; Goulbitrn and South nt 9.30 p m and lam; Nowra, Shoalhavcn, Burra wang, and Robertson at '.so p m ; Berrima and Sutton Forest at 9.30 p m and 1.30 p m ; Meryla Wednesday and Saturday nt 2.30 {-.in. Letter roceiver at railway station cleared daily at 12.30 a m ; tlio two others nt 9.15 p in daily, The post ofiise opens from 9am till 0 p m, and tho tolegrnph otRce from 9am till 8pm Post otfice opens on onens on Sundays from 9 till 10 a m fur delivery of I letters only. Letter carrier leaves office daily at ...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Local Information. COACHES. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 29 July 1892

Local Infoi mntion. COACHES; Fon Suiton Fohkst.— Haddin's coach leaves Moss Valo at 7.15 am returning ot 8 a m 2.15 (in ,, 3pm 7 p tn „ 8pm Faro Is single, childron Od Foit Beiirhia.— Haddin'o coach leaves Moao Valo at 7 am roturmng at 12 noon 2.15 pm „ 8 p in Faro Is Cd single, children 9d Small charge mado for pareols sent through tho driver. Sundays ao above except the midday journoys. Special trips lnmio at any timo ou application to Mr. Hnddin Conches also run to Robertson nnd Kangaroo Vallcv

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SHELWOOD! CHAPTER IV. FIRST SEED SOWN. (CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 29 July 1892

. 8HELW00P.I: ? [By E. J. COOLING.] : CHAPTER IV. Fuwx Seed Sowtx, (continued.) . Would ho t Not if Bob knew it ; not ?while he owed him thnt aliilling. Summon ing up nil his courage his young creditor npproachcd. ' riniise «ir I've benn,' lie said by wny of gentle reminder. ' Been wliuro J' nslccd the doctor, pretend ing to hfivii forgotten. 'To the widders, sir,' replied tho youth. Oh, indeed, nnd what did the widder 'Bay ?' ' Slio didn't say notliin' sir, I threw 'em, —that is, I put 'em on tho table, and then came away quick ' ' Oh I understand ; and I suppose you think you Imvc earned your shilling, eli ?' Tho boy's eyes sparkled us ilie doctor put his hand into his pocket and pulled out a handful ot silver then ; then selecting a shil ling from the rest lie held it up to Bob, who stood before him, meekness personified. ' Now remotnber what I said,' he ex claimed, ' if evor I catch you in that ridicu lous position again you'll have good cause not to forget it in a hurry. Here's...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
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Selected Poetry. LOVE FOR MOTHER. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 29 July 1892

1 - . Selected : Poetry ;i LOVE FOR MOTHER. And canst thou, mother, for a moment think That wc, thy children, when old ago shall shed Its blanching honour,! ou thy weary head, Could from our beat oi duties ever shrink ? Sooner the Dun from his high sphere should sink Than wo ungrateful, leave thee in that day, To pine in solitude thy life r.v.'ny, Or shun theo. tottevint: on tiie imivo's cold brink, Banish tho thought 1 Where'er our steps may roam, O'er smiling plains, or traatcs without a tree. . Still will toncl memory point our hearts to theo. And paint tho pleasure! of thy peaceful home ; While duty bids 113 nil tliy grief assuage, And smoothc the pillow ot thy sinking ago,

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NIGHTSOIL DISPOSAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 29 July 1892

NIGHXSOIL DISPOSAL. A number of tho rntopnyoro on Wednes day Inofc had n littlo o;;porionco of whfit iff tho lognl aapoot of our Municipal by-laws no boaring on tho nbovo aubjoct. And, loniontly ao tbo Bench donlt with thorn, it io doubtful, indood, if tho rntopayor3 roferrel to can bo at nil oatiofiod with thomoolvoa for ovor allowin,! t)io idoa to pooooss them that they could ouccoaafnlly oppose tho aaid by law?. It io sad to find that in suoh a vory important matter oncoming tho health of thomaolveo, thoir follow rntopaycro, and tho prosperity of tho town, 00 many people could diaro^nrd aud fight tho nuthor.jieo ovor au oaoy and cimplo inouo. Tho beat part of n day wastod in court, nnd tho certainty to bo mulcted in coats sufficient at loaot to pay expenses for a year of nightsoil disposal, ought to hnvo deterred nearly ovory ^aso from being brought on. Tho only exception, perhaps, to bo mado, io tho enflo of Mr. Coleman, whore a vory moot point oxietod. Yet. nil tho return tho r...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 29 July 1892

TATTERSALl'S PRIZE LIST. MELBOURNE C. ? - ? - November 1st, 1892. - At 20 each I 100,000 (One hundred thousand) 100,000 Subscribers) I At e icb FIRST ... ... ? ... ... ' 30.000 SECOND ? 10.000 THIRD ... ... ... ... 5,000 S. divide ? ... . ... 6,000 N.S. divide ... ... ... 9,000 100 at 100 each ... 10,000 100,, 50 „ :.. ... 5,000 100,, 40 „ i ? 4,000 : 200,, 30 „ ? ... ' ? ... 6.000 ' 1000,, 10 ., ? 10,000 1000 „ 5 „ „. ... 5,000 ' ? ? ? ?' i ?? ? Less Ten per cont. 2500 EXTRA ONES 2500 MEIiBOUBME C.- f,' 1 s At 10 each I . 50,00C0 (Fifty Thousand) Sribsoribers. .' 1 At 40 each I FIRST ... ? 10,000 SECOND ... ... ... 3,000 THIRD.... ... ? ... .2.000 ! S.' divido ... ... ' ? ... ' 2,000 N.S. divide ... ; ? 3,000 SO at 100 each .... ... 2,000 20 ,,. jGtfecach,... ... ... 1,000 25 „ 20reach ... ... ... fi00 100,, lOcach ? ,1.000 100 ., 5 each ... ... ... 500 Less Ten per cent. 265 EXTEA ONES 205 . .. CAULFIELI) C. ? - ? . , OCTOBER loth At 10 each 1 At 10 each] 80,000 (Fifty Thousand) S...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
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STRAY NOTES [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 29 July 1892

STRAY MOTES. (By Scrutator. ) That Bundanoon party of seven ! In the last issue of a contemporary the 'Oh! ginaster, we are soven' pa^ty, calling them selves iho Bundanoon ' Progress' Associa tion, make a labored attempt to deny sending to, the press for publication a garbled and unreliable report of (what they called) a Dublic meeting. Novortholess the fact we Stated occurred, and we now gently remind them that all the denial in the world cannot niter the said fact as stated by us ; or in any way clear them as seven accompliccs in the matter. Further, too, tho 'progress'' party of seven declare that ' all letters sent to tho newspapers for publication, sinco thepresont committee was elected, signed by J. J. Buck land, ns hon. secretary of the committee, worn written with the full knowledge and by authority of the committee.' If the gentlemen who signed such a declaration will c*ll at the Scrutineer office we will show them letters signed by J. J. Buckland — sent for publication— wh...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 29 July 1892

GCO0PPDC30 GV POST. 1 Mos' ft Ciiildron's OatflttiDg Department fl/tfrfaKW-WEDDINO TROUSSEAUX. INFANTS' LAYETTES. Vast Stock I Compctith o Prlcca ! Marvcllou.4 Value ! 0 CDBgtjfl ©roocos. . *? Mncliine Made. Hand Sown. Trimmed Embro. 3/9 to 12/G 5/3 to 15/ - Chcmioc3 Embro. 3/3 ,, 8/- 3/9 „ 13/0 Combinations, Embro. 4/lL.,f)/G G/Q „ 13/ Drawora and ICnickors — Embro. 2/G „ 5/0 3/0 M 12/0 Girls' Undorclothing, full range. Girls' Skirts with Bodicco, Flannel, 5s Gtl to J03 6d ; Alpine Wool, with Bodies, 5s fld _ to 123 ; Alpino Night Dresses, Gs Cd to I 11a Gd ; Pyjamas (Flauneletto) 3s to 5& 0d ; Flannel (cream and natural) 0i Gd to 12a Cd Pinafores (Diaper and Muslin) largo variety, new oliapcs, 3a Od to lOo Od. VJinttos* FHannoS Qortnonto. ? Nlr;ht Drcssca, pretty Flannelette, 5s 6J, 7fl Cd : Cream FlarmeH'JfiGd, IHh (3,1 ; Alpine Wool, 15a to 25s ; Silk and Wool (natural color) woven 31a 0d, 84$ Cd. Dr. Jaeger's 153 (Jd to 3:5h. Combinations— Cream Flannel, 12s Gtl, 15s; A...

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Local and General [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 29 July 1892

fliocul ami ^encrall Football.— A match ha3 been arranged to tako place on tho local Rugby Ground on Saturday after noon next between 12 of the Fitzroyo and l'i of St. Joho'n Recreation Club. The Fitzroyo team will bo ehonen from the following Mcaarn. Brcvitt, Hornby, Dunn, Culey, Arnott. Cullen (2), Haytcr, H. Taylor, McAnrdly, Carter, Nicholson, Badgcry, Hoaro, McKcnzip. Cetta, Martin, and Cunbcr. The following will represent the Rccreattoti Club : ~ A. Salmon, A. Elliott, F. Allen, J.' Adams, K, M. Samuel, S. Croaker, 10. Harvoy, H. Garling, G. Taylor, D. Adamn, O. Thornton, L. Taylor, 12. Johnson, Lackoy (2). ? Railway Frkiuht ok Bowral Stone. — Messrs, F. R. Raward and G. Paxton have interviewed tho Railway Commiaioncrs with rcanect to reducing the freight on rough and drc3scd blue otono from. tho Bowral quarries, to enable them to competo with Slelbourne. Tho freight on Bowral otono 1*083 3d. a ton for dressod, and Gs 31 a ton for ntonc in the rou^b. All Government contracts n...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 29 July 1892

TOY KERmDM ©EAF PeafneEs, Head Noises, Di^charzes, &c., no matter o* now lokc tiTAKUiKc, completely and permanently cured by the ntw and entirely tucccssful ElcCtro*_ Mediauton TrcatmciiN Si;LF\\ri'i.ifci) and Ear-tlrums not nt all ncccsnary^-^J^-x^nd pamphlet Free from Trofcssor H.*1*'' -^''*^45 CoUjnt Olfect East, Melbourne. Mapp'OciiCtestimonials. N.fl.-r.prQfcssir Ilarv«»^ -iCfcctric Head DatU f It the ^oly one pateQteil^itfughout the World. ^AKKEN.^'$f Hair. — Lockycr'a Sulphur Hair RestorefMB^yie quickest, beat, safest ; coats less, effects nHcj^tban any othei\ The color pro duced is mostu&ttural. Lockyer's sulphur h tlio Engltoh hair restorer universally eold,— Advt,

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BREVIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 29 July 1892

sb si []?: VIA. Namo the alderman who went about Moss Valo | advising ratepayers to injure the council's by-laws, j They now pay lor it ! Io there a ta(v)loor not to his namo. Tho Angel of Peacb has for some time brooled over aldermanic deliberations. Wc trust such pleasant meetings will long continue. The tender of Mr. W. Jones of Moss Vale tor repairs to the Robertson Courthouse was acccpted at £497 7s Gd. At Burrawang ou Saturday Mr. J. T. Haytcr with Mr. R. M. Graham soil by auction 30 head springers,— See advt. Tho Bowral Fire First nayo : — Tho Association football team seem destined to win ono of their matchco against the Fitzrojs. In cach attempt they have got i little nearer winning. The noxt match ought to see them victorious. Sunday being the fifth Sunday in the month there will be 110 morning corvicc at St. John's, Mosa Valo, a scrvice having been arranged to take place at Bun lanoon. %* Secretaries of societies, lodges, clubs, etc., in the district, arc urged to give us...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
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"Thou Shalt Not Bear False Witness." [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 29 July 1892

Thou Slmlt Plot CBcitr False Witness.' One of the divine Commandments directs that man shall not bear false witness against his neighhour, and I regret that I should again find it necessary to warn tho publio against designing and dishonest impostors. Tn flio firnt nlnp.a ' Clements Tonic' does not moan ' a Tonic' mado by ' Clements'! ' Clements Tonic' is tho name of the remedy —It must have a Ht.mo — but. because the word Tonic appears, many ignorant people run ofit with tho erroneous idea that it is merely ' a tonic.' It io timo that such fallacies wero oxplninod away. Again I otate. Clements Tonio io not a physio— but a ftod. It does not oreate an appetite for food whioh tho stomach can't digest, but, by onriohing tho blood, it increases tho supplies of pancreatic and gastric ]Uiceo, ana tnus enables the stomach to digest more food_ to oupply tho wear and tear or deofcructivo metabolism which goes on throughout the human body ovory moment of our lives from the crndlo to tho grave...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
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Statistics of Business at Local Post Offices. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 29 July 1892

Statistics off ffimmimcss at Local IPost ©Clccs. The annual report of the Postmaster General shows the following business done ot the various offices in thedistrict : — Mosi V*le.— Letters posted 1*23,016 ; money orders issued 153S, value £4629 ; money ordurs paid 704, valuo £1876 ; savings bank deposits 566, value £2983 ; withdrawals 145, value £1852; telegrams transmitted oS/1. Ue venue- Postal, £1079 ; money orders. £50 ; tolegrams £333. —Note : All Robertson and Burrawang mes sages are repeated at Moss Vale. BnwuAL,— Letters po3tcd, 167. 6G4 ; money orders issued 7140, value £0944 ; money orders paid 4)43, value £2096 ; savings bank deposits 994, value £5269 ; withdrawals 304, value 3120 ; telegrams transmitted 7140. Revenue— Postal £1644 ; money orders £80, telegrams £445. I Sutton Forest.— Letters posted 22,509 ; money orders issued 336, value £722 : money orders p.iid 112. value £247 ; savings bank deposits 83, value £194 ; withdrawals 27, value £11S ; telegrams trans mitted ...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
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A Remarkable Letter. (To the Editor of the New York Tribune.) [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 29 July 1892

A DSciiiartaMe [Letter. (To the E iitor of tho New York Tribune. Sir, — As my namo and face have appearod in your paper and tho public prints lately, and ns many, ofmv professional brethren are wondering at it, I feel it only just that I should make an explanation. Thostatomont published ovor my .inco was mnde ten years airo, after long and mature :nvo3tis:ntioti, and I have never changed my mind as to tho facts then stated. At that time I said, as a physician, that I believed Warner's Safe Cure was tho best of all known preparations for the troubles it was advocated to ouro, and I say so still. I know it ia considered the proper thin? for tho medical profession to descry proprietary nnd other advrs iscd articles : but why should thev do so ? As the late Dr. J G. Holland, writing over his own name in Scribnor's.flfonthhj. snid : — ' It io a fact that ninny of the best pro prietary medicines of tbo day oro more successful than many physicians, and most of them were first discovered o...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 29 July 1892

Dkcobativf. /Painting anii Art Needlework. —Mrs. Woodward wislius to inform the reaiilonta of Moaa Vale an 1 the surrounding districts that olio will receive pupds for thu above. Terms on appli cation, Argyle-street. Moss Valo.— Aiivt. Punuo Notioi;. — Yqnng ladies desirous of learn ing Art Needlework and Decorativo Painting arc informed that classes are now being organised for that pill-pose. For terms and particulars apply to Mrs. H. Woodward next Aid. Uichardsons, Argvlc stroofc, Moss Vale.— Advt. ? Mr. Haddin will have a special coach leaving Yorrawa-road on Sunday morning at lo.-iu a.m to take intending worshippers to Bang Hong Churcn for the special service tliero. Alao in tl,o #!Vornoon at 2.30 p.m. for Mount Aohby, PtDLio Notice.— Mr. Sil.ert-, photographer, thanks tho public for their kind patronage! and regrets to inform them that his stidio will close in a few weeks owing to tho cold weather and hlo health failing, and in order to work up all liis stock and materials on h...

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