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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 12 January 1892
HOMIIIii ! MOSS V \ LE, 1 ' Upholsterer, Tionch Polislior, linlaro ii'Tamcr. &c. ! A LARGE' u! of Furniture, lleds'cad.i and J\. Beddin rui ti, Malting, UnoUuin, Dotir ' Mats, &c , ah j - on Imml. Spring Ijolli'i1 ami ^rr-ax v:v; Venation Blindi, m.-.do and fitted or repaired. .*--, -GOMicliGIM BANKING ;-V / , * COMPANY. j? . ' - f '''Head OQoo (»i .or.r.i: Strv.kt, Svdsi'.v. ' CAPITAL ? '600,000 * RESEEV-, _ j. ? £000,000 . r '? Rkservt foi i ov, i.vs.vno:; or Divii)i::;i-;i ? ^lfiO.OOO J ~ Money riccncl -t I itircjt and all other uaunl ' Banking Bu mc ti .ctoil. 1 , V ' E. liVERARD ROW, : Manaohii, ? j-'.Q'jfJ VALE BRMTCE. yuurcji j Ai!nj&- uu., 'fensniLiL afi dp yiiiA ns®ai)i;na', 137 King -street, 777 Gorge-street, . . ? (aiiO.iK To] Railway Station), - AND, ' v SYBITEr and 'ROYAL A3CADEC. ... ????? - ? N.B. Rotirlog Rooma for TjADIUS at our King ami Georgc-otrccto Establishments. Opcfa from 7.30 a.m. till 9 p.m. dnily. Saturdays 10.45p.m. Sundayo excepte...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 12 January 1892
V , ^ i bert, tlio well-known. *pi'iv . -.J- wlio'aj ronutation for over thirty y^tJ^jiistablished limT^it-favorito, is now at li o \v i 0 re bo has erected, at great expense* a studio; which will enable him to turu out work snperior to anything in tho district. Everybody is invited to his studio to judgo for ..them selves, Satisfaction guaranteed. Photos talten l... All work beautifully enamelled, and thereby prevented from fading. Sydney prices. No photographer named .John Small, Henry Hay, or William Jackson^ is ill my employ, or in any way counec'.ed with my firm. £10 reward will bo paid for information of any photographer obtaining money or work in iny name, not legally authorised. Printed form of receipt can at once satisfy you.— C. A. Sibert, photographer, Moss Vale. Head-quarters, Bowral. — Advt. ? ? REQUIRED at once a Respectable GENERAL SERVANT. Apply— Miis. C. C. GaLE, Mosa Valo. ' ; ../'^AJcIWiaDD ~ AN ACJiv'E -'OUTl'(,lto ASSTj/D in store aud '^fe£HODGE, ' U Ll I / ^103...
WOOD OUTTING EXTRAORDINARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 12 January 1892
WOOD OUr TING EXTRAORDINARY. Recently, at Leonards Hill, Victoria, a young man named William O'Connor under» took to cut nnd split seven cords, or 17J tons, of 5 feet length firowood/5C feet to the tou, in one day. Few believed that he could do it. But he went to the bush and fulfilled his task iu 10 hours, perfoiming one of tlio greatest feats ever done in the colony. The first hour. Jie cui and split one cord and a half, or 3-J tono, beating the rccord in 10 miuutes in timo and half a cord in wood. O'Connor filled a Q.R. truck, which holds seven cords, in 10 hours, nnd had one load to spare. There wero 14 drays to cart in the wootf'-whioh was equal to 10 tons of 50 feet.
CHURCH OF ENGLAND [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 12 January 1892
CHURCH OF ENGLAND Moss Valo II and 7.30 ; Sutton Forest 3— Rev. A. G. Stoddart. Bong Bong (Christ Cluireb) — Diviue Servico ovcry Sunday morning at II a.m.; Mount Ashby, (St. Thomas) — Every Sunday at 3 p.m. ; Yarrunga second Sunday in every month at ? p.m. Last Sunday in every month : Mount Ashby 11 a.m.. Bong Bong 3 p.m, All seat3 are free. — W. ? A, Leboh.B.A. Holt TaiNiTy, Behhijia. Birrima, ovcry Sunday at 11; first, third, and1 fiflh Sundays in tho month at 7. Jtcv. G. Shenpard, B, A. , Cr iss Roada, first and third Sunday at 7. ! .?!:'gh Itango, second Sunday at 3. ' ? ' ? \ Beiauglo, fourth Sunday at 3. St. Stkfubs's, Mittaoono, Services every Sunday 11 a.m., and 7*30 p.m. '? Colo Vale, every Siinday at 3 p.m. ?' Lower Mittar -'oni Sunday in tho month, at 3 ?Tel lore, foir . .-..tho month, at 3 p.m. ' jv prepared ana uc.yDE's Bowbal. ' Divin'* '' , Hy-at 11 a.m. atid7'.30: p.m. /$ 'Inevjjnpoil tbo last Sunday o£ monUf ' Vinessvirv.Tlmrs. «fl 'fcham, at' Jjico re- j f ''***' ...
BERRIMA DISTRICT A., H, & I. SOCIETY AND ITS TREASURER. To the Editor of the Scrutineer. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 12 January 1892
BEftRIMA DISTRICT A., H, & I. SOCIETY AND ITS TREASURER. To the Editor of the Scrutineer. . Sir,— -As one taking n great interest in tho above society, nnd recognising its power in encouraging improvements in farming, rais in' of stock, domestic arts: &c.. I should like to say a word with reference to the matter discussed Inst week ir» the local press. I must confess to a feeling of disappointment at the fact that just as tho committee are thoroughly putting their shoulders to tho work, and when the prospect of tho society's increase of membership, and donations in special prizes is every way brighter, that tho bone of contention ro the appointment of treasurer, owing to the death of the late Mr. J. G; Morris, should have cropped up. Although I cannot agree with the Press in its condemnation of the mover in regard to Rule 6— who had a perfect right to raise the point, — I am only sorry that he should have thought there was any necessity for it. The difficulty could h...
THE FRUIT INDUSTRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 12 January 1892
&.p ?/ ?TBE ??Rill-: 7.;DUSTRY.'. ?yS'~A.i-a mooting oi tlio i'VmV .-.r./ci-A Uni.m I r'lielJ in Goulburn thi:i' we:.-!:, vicv/o o i.; ptossed vi'hich toml to .iUo-.r that our .uvhuiv v'/diafs nvo nt. !r,;,t iio:;inni.i!f; to .500 th - ro:-6 of ?i'r41lp tnuno by ?.vhic'i -luo ilovclopmont.o! ^,,thciir vory imriovtnnt sntlnctfy ia hnmporotl, i'-l'iWo hnro'frccMiitly ViointOil oi-! ilio folly of 'South '.,islo& for ' ^y1;. ? iolhor vroriiln tocouqur:- bu.'oi - tiu-y lmvo ?'j t .VtoUon wr yntional rtcpo eo.uw'M iii.imaolvos . ,i;| r;c.-~ .'.maotoro of thoir own, ' ntwl that is what tlio 3;| /-?'/ .momboFS of tho Union nro now beginning to ronliso. Tho lcoynoto - 1 u»o spcooncs nt '? 'Weduootlny'o mooting was tlwt liefovo soolt 1 ing toforco nn oxport trado to Europe fruit .. . groworo ohould utiliso tho inimonso market at thoir own doom,, which through lack of propor distributing ngoncio3 hos hitherto boou closod til thorn. As ouo of tlio sponkers v forcoiully nrgued, o...
SELECT POETRY. THE QUIET HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 12 January 1892
[?] °*r -t tHE QXJIKT HOIT.sI-. , I / Oh, moclicro, \ oin nnd ^ '. i\, -AAA -. : With caiOj 'vhi -It iiui -i it--, :-???;? - With never tiine ior id -tni, ,- ?-?? . Willi lli.it have no l». -'Wi;:! little hands lo hinder. And feeble uiep-i to ml, V tl t tl t I - ih '1, in net youflo:, vol liiu.1, ? X ? ., '..yllf.O W. -.ro CU1UH .11 LS'.ui:; ? j ' : ?' ' ? .Am on' -u:,i .;ht; i V»'lr \ i'. v. ;? „ju.iU of little if: ?' ?*. jr;1.:1nl'frou:.:-sn'ilhM;'h'; ? V . I\0 tiny h:v.d ^ ' mwU., : . . ' Thrit null hi;:': : il : ' No I..ihv !^i.! . ; ^ Ana fi'c.1' i.'niu tii . --iik; noi:;o ; . | \ man1 ?nt/'.of oonlii'-.i^n, . . No LC.ii;t:red, broken toya : r ? ? And the cliiMtcu':; garments. VJ /*'. * ? ? Aro ncivcr .:uilo;l or torn, n- ♦. * \ -i ' But arc InM av-iy forever a ?? : f ['k M tlioy-1 r.l v.-crc worn. . _ . ''?- ? , And die, ilm n.id-cycd mother, ; v ? What would tlio ;;ivo to:dny ? A* To feel your c;.rcs nnd burdens, ^ . '~;-- ' To walk ynur weary way 1 . . * -:;Y on all thi» ear...
THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 12 January 1892
THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION. 'The usual fortnightly meeting of the Geneial Couucil of tho National Association of New South ? Wales was held at the office of the Association, 34 Jainieson-st., Sydney, on Monday cvenincr last. There was a good attendance, tho hon- treas., Mr. T. fl. Kelly, being in tho ch.iir. The principal ' business was the reception of tho first quarterly re- ! port of tho Executive Committee, which was read I as follows: — 'The Executive Committee beg to present for the information of the Council and members generally a brief report as to the progress made during the firat threo months of the Associa tions existence. This critical period haa been suc cessfully passed. ? From tho outset there haa been a continuous increase of members and subscriptions, in regard to which the poaitionis highly satisfactory. The principal work to date has been in the way of organising. District organisers are at work through out the culony enrolling members and receiving subscriptions,...
DEMOCRATIC HUMBUG. NO OBJECTION TO A STATE CAR, BUT A BELLTOPPER—NEVER! A LABOR MEMBER'S CONSISTENCY. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 12 January 1892
BE2IOCRATIC EUMBTJG. No Objection to a State Cah, but a 13ell TOPPEIt— Nevek ! A Laboii Membek's Consistency. Mr. Andy Kelly, ono of tho members for West Sydney, was tho man who after his election and in the first flush of .victory shrieked to an admiring orowd that they would novcr see Andy wearing a billy hat. At that time the chimney-pot head piece was typical in his eyes of capitalism, monopoly, monarchy, and everything else to be despised by the gouuiue democrat. If any one with prophetic eye had stood up at that juncture and declared whit would he seen' on the 5th day of 'January, 1892, he would have been howled down as a vile slaudccr, and his body perhaps subjected to the indignities which a hustings crowd loves to inflict. What waB seen waB this : — A train, consisting of the vicc- regal car, a sleeping cir, and a dining car, in which last-nimed 'all the necessaries as well aa many of tho luxuries of life' could be obtained, steaming along the southern line of railway and h...
BREAKING THE RECORD. JUDGE WINDEYER OUTDONE. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 12 January 1892
BREAKING TEE RECORD . JUDGE 'WINDEYER OUTDONE. At Chicago, on December 4, Judge Collins began tho call of his divorce calender at 11 o'clock. By 2 o'clock he was through, and i:G caees had been presented. Ono minute after the court convened Christine Wolter began to prove her chargo that her husband was too cruel to live with. She suc ceeded in her proof in seven minutes. Tlio uext two cases occupied eight minutes each, aud 0 concludedJn that timo. John Herskcr took seven minutes to prove that his wife Mary had deserted him. At 11.40 o'clock Lulu Smith testified to 1 ? r husband's cruelty. ,At 11.45 o'clock Cathcr 110 Fienen demanded separation from John Fiencn, and at 11.57 o'clock Mrs. Lizzie B'cal' dcclai.-d her George guilty of drunkenness. At 12 3 o'clock Mabel M. Gnggiu accused John F. Goggin of desertion. At 12.7 Clara Van Dttscn complaincd - that her husband neglcctcd her for other women. At 12.11 Mary Zogoli proved that her husband had deserted her. At 12. 1 i Jahanna Vorac...
WHA' INDEED. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 12 January 1892
WEA\ INBEEB, , A kilted Highlander was in tho habit of walking to tho nearest town six miles off, for his provisions. Having on ono occasion purchased somo matches, I10 found on his return homo that they wcro useless. On hia next visit to the town ho took thorn back, and complained to tho grocor'a aa3istant3 that thoy would not light. Tho latter, taking one,- drow it in tho Amcrioan fashion across his nether garmonts, and tho match caught firo. But this demonstration instead of satisfy ing tho Highlander, .aogpred him tho moro. * And wf\a,' ho oried, 4 ia going to travel 12 miles to lioht tbo matches on your brocks I* .
[?] OF THE [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 12 January 1892
' OF TEE th/»t freetrndo j ?j. d protection 1 «\ ficial rcvela* tta e states that 1 it of Victoria amov ^ amount only £3»40 atone (18S8) Victoria .. ncney to the amonnt 01 -.o and a half times as n jar, while the value imp . Wondot|ully different ai_ trado, where it is found that^k ». - is sent out of the colony* For ii.. Nefr South. Wales exported gold coin t of £2,031,000' — of which amount, however, v* *had imported £1,933,000. In 1889 we exported '£^,157.205, but our imports were £2,880,000 In IS90 we exported gold coin to tl'.e extent of £2,151,000, but we im ported to tho extent of £2, Gil, 000. Tho fact ia, our exports of money represent tho exports of another protectionist colony (Queensland), who sends her gold to Sydney to be minted and ox ported. Of all the colonies New South Wales sends out the least coiu, but exports tho most goods. ' ?
TEE BORA DORA BLACKS. AN EXCITING CHASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 12 January 1892
TEE BORA BORA BLACKS. AN EXCITING CHA3E. Tamwortii, Friday. — Sergeant Brennan and Con stable Fioneran of Alurrttrundi, and Sergeant Old field, of Quirindi. accompanied by a Barwon Ricor black tracker, on Wednesday night traccd the Dora Dora blacks to within seven miles of Tamwortb, when they woro compelled to suspend tho pursuit in consequence of hoavy rain. At daylight yester day the purauit was resumed. It is alleged that tho fugitives travelled 50 miles over mountains, rivers, aud fences, on Tuesday, closely followed by the police, who, on tho evening of that day, got within a mile of them. The darkness, however, canio ou, and tho chase had to bo temporally aus E ended. Tho police came upon several camps of tho lacks, whero skins of kangaroos, hares, opossums, &c., were lying about. This showed that the murderers aro armed, and are able to provide them solves with food. Tho^polico speak very highly of tho blaok:traoker ~ bio Finneraa did not tacv»^ ' ^- ' *' ' -lay, as. ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 12 January 1892
Certainly tho best medicine known is SANDER , - and SONS' EUCALYPTI EXTRACT. Test its eminently powerful offeoto in coughs, ccldo, in fluenza J tho rolief is iustantenouo. In oorious oases and acoidents of all kinds, ho thoy wounds burns, acaldingo, bruises, sprains it is tho cafest ?remedy — no swelling — no ^inflanii^.s'.ioii. Lilco surprising effects produced in cro\'-, diphtheria, bronchitis, inflammation of tho liu£3, uwellings, & o. ; diarrhoea, dysentry, diseases of tlioi-.idnoya aud urinary organs. In uso ot hospitals and clinicc all over tho world ; patronised by Hia Majesty -tlio King of Italy ; crowned with medal nnd diploma at \ IotcrnatioMl Exhibition, Amsterdam. Trust in . pppt0V«4 ftVUoU) -W-1 ftU WW. -er; i .
MOSS YALE TENNIS CLUB. ANNUAL TOURNAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 12 January 1892
MOSS YALE TEOTII3 -OLTJB. . ; ANNUAL -TOURNAMENT,: The third annual tournament in connec tion with tho Moss Yale Lawn Tennis Oluh was commenced on the Club's grounds on Satut-doy afternoon Inst. The waathor was vory congenial for tli? play, and there was a large atteadanco of spectators. Considerable skill vas exhibited in tho 'gonrlomonJs doudles.' Tho following is the score so far aa completed; — Gentlemen's Doubles. — J. Scarvell and S. Scarvell, (ae?.), beat C. Bennett and H; J. Wynne (scr,), — 7-5, 6-1. Mr. A. D. Freeman and Mr. H. Z. Throsby (30) boat Dr. Smyth and Mr. O. Z. Throaby (30)— G-l, G-3. Mr. R. B. Johnson and Mr. F. B. Johnson (30) beat Mi . N. H. Throshy and Mr. A. B. Young (15) G-4, 9*7. Mr. A. D. Freeman and Mr. H. 7*. Ihrosby (30) boat J. Scarvell and S. Scarvell fscr.)— 0-0, 6-2. Mr. A. D. Freeman and Mr. H, Z. Throshy beat Mr. R. B.Johnson and Mr. F. B. Johnson— G-2, G-3, thus winning the ovent. Ladies Singles.— Miss E. Swinsnn (15) beat Miss Nicholson (scratc...
FORFEITED CONDITIONAL PURCHASES. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 12 January 1892
FORFEITED CONDITIONAL PURCHASES. Notico is given that the undermentioned condi tional purchases, together with tho conditional leases in virtue thereof, and all rights attached to such purchases or leases, are deolared,forfcited ; but suoh forfeiture shall not take effect until the expira tion thirty clear days from the 6th Jauuary, 1892, viz. Not within' aky Holding. tjeorgo Jones, 40 acres, county of Cutnden, pariah of BurraWaug. * . Peter Francis Larkin, 40 acres, parish of Bunda noon, county of Camden. Owen Boyle, 80 acres,' parish of Bundanoon, county of Camden. Joseph Freeman, 40 acres, parish o! Murrimba, county of Camdon. Edward Honry Larkin, 59 acres, parish of Bundanoon, county of .Camden. ? ?
WORKING FOR THE LANDLORD [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 12 January 1892
WORKING FOR TEE LANBLORB Lo Flaneur writina in the Freeman's Journal says : — In side streets, or the suburbs, a very per severing man who can riac early and swear loudly j may succeed in securing a shop for £7 a week, but his joy is rather hampered by the fact that such a shop will seldom hold moro than £5 worth of stock without bulging unpleasantly nt the aides or back and necessitating a visit from the city building in spector. The chop sites in IV artin-placo, or Post Office-street, will probably bring £1500 a foot for each corner block and £1200 a foot for tho remainder To follow up these figures would drive tho average Pressman 41 dotty,' sol will drop them with tho remark that the power to hold land idlo aud un taxed enablc3 owners to stand out for any rents thoy choose to ask, and tho sooner that power i3 toned down by a taxation of land values tho better it will be. not only for our slaves of the shop, but for tlio wholo country as well, As matters stand to-day both shopkee...
BOIL YOUR MILK. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 12 January 1892
BOIL YOUR MILK. ? Thoro sooms to bo no doubt that tho milk of cows suffering from dipthoria will com mutticato (ho disenso to tlibao who drink it unless it bo thoroughly cooked If thin bo ao, and Dr.. Thomas Thorno offois nvidoncb of a vory convincing kind in tho point. jv:liat must bo thought of thoso parjnto who.,. to savo thomfolv'Os or their seivants a lililo trou bio.' will .not bo at (ho pains to in'jict that all tho milk -of tho family , shall.'.', bo boilod botoroit is U30i( r Many pooplo tliuik tliat boiloil millt is milk spoiled iminodiatoly after it ia rocoivod from tho milkman, arid thon allowed to cool bofofo it .is used, its flavour is in no way interfered with. Milk ought no moro bo taken raw than hoof nr pork. It may ho that tho raw tnillc which .vas gonorally usod in tho country 20 yetu'o ago, and in double and troblo tho quantity taken by town folks, had a groat doal to .do with tho incroasod prevalence of dipthoria iu tho country districts. — The Hospital; ;
MITTAGONG MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 12 January 1892
MITTAGONG MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. Tlio regular fortnightly mooting of tho Municipal Council wis holt' in the Chambers 0:1 'Wednesday evening lust. There were present— Aid. T. Viles (Mayor), and Alder men Mailing, Dawson, Richards, Lurkin, Draper, Shcnther, nnd Middleloii. COUItESPO.VDK.VCE. j i'rom iur. o. i/iyne, council uicnc, iwoss Vale, saying tlmt the following motion hud been carried nt tlio lust mooting of the coun cil : — 'Tlmt, having in view the increased importance of the Berrima district, tlio lurgo population it now contains, and the impossi bility of obtaining for our elder children high-class education at the present public schools, thereby obliging the residenla of the district (o send their children to boarding schools at a distance, this Council considers that the time 1ms arrived when a Superior Public School should Le established in a position most central for tho bulk of the population. That a petition bo signed by the Mayors, advocating the same, aud for warded thro...
FOLEY BROS.' PRICE-LIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 12 January 1892
FOLEY BROS.' PRICE-LIST. Sydney, Jan. 9th £ s d £ ?' s d Butter, Factory, per lb ... 0 0 8 to 0 0 9 Butter, Dairy ? 0 0 6 Oo7 Bacon, hand-onred ... 0 O 7 0 0 74 Cheese ? 0 0 3J 0 0 '4 Eggs, per doz ? 0 1 0 0 1.2, Pigs, perlb ? ... 0 0. 4 0 0 4J Caivea, each ? 0 5 0 1 5,0' Honey, per lb ? 0 0 .4 0 0 4J Fowls, porpair ... ... 0 3 0 0 4 0 Ducks ... ... ... 0 3.6 0,4 0 ( Geese ... O 6 0 . 0 7 0 Tuvkeys ... ... .... 010-., 0 . 0 15 ' 0 Maize, per bus. ... ... 0 2 4 0 2 ' 8 Wheat ... ... ... .0 4 . 10 . 0^ 5 0 ' Oats, feed ... ... ... 0 2 5 -'* 0 2 6' Barley, Capo ... .. ... O 0 ,0. ..0 '0...0' Flour, per toa ... ... 12 ,10 0 13.10 0 Hay, lucerne ... ... .215, 0 . , 3 0 0 Do, oaten... . ... ... 3. 10.. .0 , : 3 15 0 Potatoes ... ... ... 2-15 0 3 0 0 Onions ? ... 4 6 0 4 10 0 Hides, eacli ,., ... 0 0 2 0 0 2i Ca!f Skins ? 0 0 0 0 1 J)