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The Mittagong land Company. SINKING FOR COAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 2 August 1892

Hlne Bflittagong ILaml (Company. SINKING- FOR COAL; The company have aceeptod tho tender of Mr. JD. Bradshaw, of Sydney, but the amount of such has not yet been disclosed. This will be welcome nows, inasmuch as the sinking of this shaft will meau the expendi ture of between £30Q0 and £4000 ond the employment of somo fifteen or twenty men fcr a considerable time. It is intended to continue the old ohaft on tho company's pro. riertv in tho viciuity of tho iron works. This shaft, which ia twelve feet in diamotei-, was originally put down to a depth of 214ft., but it now contains 15-1 ft of water, mud et. The water will bo cleared out and tho shaft sunk a further depth of 440ft to tho 14ft snam of coal which lies at a depth of 657ft from tho ourface. Wo woro. shown by Mr. Larkin a sample of this coul, and ho is of opinion that it is aBimilar band to tho Illawarra coal whioh io for superior toanyin tho districtand second only in quality to any in the colony. ' It will bo remembered that ...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 2 August 1892

RAILWAY. Down Trains.1 — A mail train leaves Sydney daily (Sundays excepted) at 9 p m, Campbelltown 10.8, Victon 10.53, Mittagong 12.12 am, Bowral 12,19, Moss Valo 12.40, arriving at Goulburn at 2.20, aud Albury 11.55. Tlio Melbourna cxpross leaves Sydnoy daily (Saturdays and Suudays excepted) at 5.15 p m, Mittacoug 8, Bowral 8.8, arriving at Moss Vale at 8.20, leaves at 8,45, arrives at Goulburn at 10.8 and Albury 3.50 a m. A passenger train leaves Sydney daily (Sundays excepted) at 9.30 am, Mittagong 12.46 p m,: Bowral 12.54, Moss Vdo 1,35, Goulburn 3,10. A tourist train leaves Sydney every Saturday at . 7.55 am, Picton 9.55, MlUadong 11.5, Bowral 11.12, Moss Valo 11.35, arrivUg at Goulhurn at 2,20 p ni. A second tourist train leases Sydney every Saturday at 2.28 p m, Mittagonfl5.30, Bowral 5.37| and arrives at Moss Valo at 5.50. A passenger train leaves Syduoy for Picton at 5.17 p.m., and a mixed train leaves Picton for Mittagong at 7.57 p m. i - Up ^Trains. — A mail train leaves...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
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Newspaper Libel Action. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 2 August 1892

Ncwsjmpet ILiHnoD Action. It seems to bo a porfeotly monstrous thing (says the Evening News) that bona fldo newspapers Bhould be mado to suffer because of what Joote- minded nnd probably oym i/.q ^uh rtjeraons may infer from . a perfectly uu.iu.rsa statement or comment. Yet, before to-day, newspapers havo beon punished on tho strength of tho loose and valueless infer au^os of syinpaih isinc friends of plaintiffs. In Now South Wales the libel law would appear to bo construed with exceptional harshness no against proprietors of news papers; and the result of this ia that abuses exist which no newspaper with anything to Lose would vent-ire to oxpos9. Had tho press of this country rccoivod fair play in the past frot juriesinlibelactions, manygraveabuses that have cost the public dear would have been exposed, and swindles upon tho publio prevontod. But tho exposure of publio abuses, which is ono of tho legitimate funct ions of the Press, is a risky undertaking, and ono to bo fought shy o...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
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CATHOLIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 5 August 1892

' Catholic. Aloes Vnlo 8 n.m; nnd-7.30p.m. ; Burra wans 11. -J. Walsh. , ? , , -

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
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CHURCH NOTICES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 5 August 1892

CHURCH NOTICES. * i I Ciiuitcii of ExolanD. ?? Sutton Forest — 1st and 3rd Sundays in tbe mouth at 3 p.m. : 2nd and 4th Sunday^ in tho month at 11 a.m. and Holy Comtnuuion ; 5th Sunday at J p.m. Moss Vale.— 1st nnd 3rd Sundays in the month at 11a.m. and Holy Communion ; ovcijy umlay at 7.30 p.m. Boniianoon. — 2nd and 4t(l Sundays in tho month at 3 p.'.n. : 5th Sundays in tho month nt 11 a.m. and Holy Communion.' Exetek — Wednesday (on or before full moon) 7.30. Holiathoupe (Cross Roads— Thursday (on or be fore full moon) 7.30 p.m.,— Rev. A. G. Stoddaft; Bong Bong (Christ Clmveh)— Oivino Service ovgry Sunday niovulny at 11 a.m. ; Mount Aslitiy (St. Thomas)— Kvery Sunday at 3p.m. ; Address to children first Sunday In month ; choir prnctico | every Wednesday , at 7 p.m. Yarrunga — Second- Sunday m every month at 3 p.m. All seats aro free. — W.A. Leoeh, B.A. ' Hoi.y Tiunitv, Bi:nnniA. j Bjrrima, every Sunday at 11 ; second andfourth I undays in tho month at 7. ? ) itev. G. Shcppard, B,A...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Local Information. COACHES. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 5 August 1892

QiOcal Information. COACHES. i-OR M'tton' Forest.— Hadilin'8 coach leaves Moss Vale al 7.15 am returning nt 8 a in 2.15 p m ,, 3 p m 7 p m „ Spm Fare Is Biugle, children Oil ; Foe Berrima. — Haddin's coach leaves ' Moss Vale at 7 a m . returning at 12 noon : 2.15 pm 8 pm F.-vre Is 6d single, uhildvon 9d Small cbarga inailo for p' reels sont through the driver Sundays as above except tho midday journeys Special trips made ai any timo oil application to Mr Htuldin Coaches also run to Robertson aud Kangaroo Valley ?

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 — 5 August 1892

'Thou Shalt Not Bicnr False Witness.' ' Ono of tho divino Commandments directs that man shall not benr falso witnes3 against his noighbour, and I rogret that I should again find it necossory to warn tho publio against designing aud dishonest impostors. In tho first placo '* Oloinonts Tonic' does not mean ' a Tonic' mado l»y ' Clements'! ' Clemonts Tonic' is tho namo of the rotnody — It must hnva n ni;mo — lu^ lmo,,..cn tl,r. word Tonic appears, many ignorant pooplo run off with tho erronoous idoa that it io merely ' a tonio.' It is timo that such fallacies wero explninod nwny. Agnin I state, Olomeuts Tonic is not a physic — but a f«od. It doos not create nn appotito for food which tho stomach enn't digest, but, by enriching tlio blood, it increnses tho supplios of paucroatic and gastric juicos, and thus enables the stomach to digest moro food to supply tlio woar nnd tour or destructive metabolism which goe3 on throughout the human body every moment of our lives from the cradle to th...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 5 August 1892

ffA y. (Sundays excepted) at 9 p m, CampbelltJ^^tn , Victon 10.53, Mittag.ing 12.12 am, Moss Vnlo 12.10, arriving at Goulburn at 2.20^^11 Albiiry.ll.ua. j Tho Melbourne express 'leaves Sydney daly (Saturdays aud Sundays excepted) at 5.15 pji, Mittagong 8, Bowral 3.S, 'arriving at Moss Valclt 8.20. leaves at S. J5, arrives at Goulburn at lio nnd Albury 5.50 am. . ? ! A pasaeuger train leaves Sydney daily ybanura excepted) at 9.30 a m, Mittagong 12.46 p j, Bowral 12.5-1, Moss Vole 1.35, Goulburn 3.10; \ A tourist train leaves Sydney every Saturdajit 7.55 am, Picton 9.55, Mittagong 11.5, Boml j 11.12, MosS Vale 11.35, arriving at Goolburnit 2.20 p m. A second tourist train leaves Sydney ovy Saturday. at 2.28 pm, Mittagong G. 30, Bowral 5.7, and arrives at Moss Valo at 5.50; A passenger train leaves Sydney for Pictonit 5.17 p.m., and a mixed train leaves Picton -r Mittagong at 7-57 p m. ;i Ur Tiiaiss. — A mail train leaves Albury day (Satilrdays excepted) at 2. -15 p m, Goulburn 1 ai. M...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
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POSTAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 5 August 1892

POSTAL. Moss Vam. — Mails nvrive from Sydney and intermediate etations dMJv (Snndiva r-T'-nnf/yU nt 12-50 a riband 2 p m ; Btrrnna nt noon nnd 0.30 p m Sutton Forest at 0 p m ; INowra and Shoal haven districts at 1.15 am; Robertson and Uurrawatig daily (Saturdays excepted) at 2 a m ; Goulburn and South daily (Sundays excepted) at £.50 a m. Mails close for Sydney and intermediate stations daily (Saturday excepted) at 9.30 p m, nlao by oxpress at 9 a m (Sundays and Mondays excepted) ; Goulburn aud South at 9.30 F m and I a m ; Nowra, Shoalhaven, Burra wang, and Robertson at Q.30 p m ; Berrima and Sutton Forest at 9.30 p m and 1.30 p in ; Meryla Wednesday and Saturday at 2.30 p.m. Letter receiver at railway station cleared daily at 12.30 a m ; the two others at 9.15 p m daily. Tho post offise opens from 9 a m till 0 p m, and the telegraph office from 9am till 8pm Post offico opens on opens on Sundays from 9 till 10 a m for delivery of letters only. Letter carrier leaves office daily nt...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 5 August 1892

WNY REEMAOM ©EAF Deafness, Head Noises, Discharges, &c„ no OP how long standing, completely and pcrrJvp'Oiy cared by the new and entirely fttccessfiil f vuro* Medication Trealmer/. StCK-APt'i.tEO and'y.un\ess. ISar*drumo not at nil nccosoory. s J\\ ce and tamphlet Free from Professor .Harvey.//^ Coliinf treet East, ftfelljournc. Mnyniricent t/^unoninla. N.R-ProfcMor Harvey's Elcctri^ylcnd Batt* 7 U Ihe -nly one patented ilirou^hout t' /World. A Kaiii. .Bkautu-'ul SuiN.ASuliiliohuo Soup gives the iintur.il tint mul pen' 7i- li!co bloom of a liorfcct uomplcxion i m:\Itui;jJlc/ ,;m Ennootli, supple, licnlthy. comfortable. Sulpjir .mc eonp. l)J tablets. Everywhere.— Advt. ^ IIoli.owav ,s 1'ii.ls.— Tlio changes of temperature alnl weatliei- frequently upaet peraona who nro most cautious of their licnltn, and most particular 111 their diets. 1 hese corrective, pnrifynlg. and gentle nporlcnt 1'ills arc tho best remedy for all defcotivo actions of the digestive organs ?? tlicv augme...

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BREVIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 5 August 1892

B.UDJVflA. The now post nnd telegraph otficcsat Picton were opened officially on Saturday with a hanipiot. Tho new building, which is a commodious and imposing two story structuic a clock-tower, nnd .is situated at tho nnglo of Argyle nnd Mennngle streots. EnthiiBiastio Scots are getting up a concort in Moss Vale. It is rumoured thnt a new anthem will lie sung, with pibroch accompaniment, by a Scotch alderman dclininting the muddy streots of Moss Vnlo, the refrain ot wiucn is ' Jtviu iwy MacgrcRor, O.' That same centleman who was, or pretended, be was, so solicitous on behalf of the young os to the prnss not boinct allowed to report tho debates or tho St. John's Parliament also tnoved to bring into force a rule of the Southern Uiflo Association a* to ex ni.wiin.r t lio ncASR from its council mostincs. Some people appear to be always in mortal fuar of the presa. When they get to bo noted public men how differently they will act I The football match on Saturday between the Wallaroo Cl...

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SHELWOOD! CHAPTER VI. IN THE RECESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 5 August 1892

SHELWOOD I 1 * [By'E. J. COOLING.] CHAPTER VI. In tiie IlEOBSd. Among tlio other clerks employed nt the work* was old Power, ns he ««s often lroiu oolly callnri, whose desk wns, like Ml Fleet's, upstairs, nnd whose duty it wns to take nnd Cjive orders vcgai'ilni!* i Ik; timber thnt went out nnd come 111. Power wns rnthcr nn old man, about sixty-or.r, r.omc.what slow but - 'precise nnd methodical in everything. Below were enqngnd ITocl.or (3 rantlry nnd Richard llowiml: both principally employed in seeing after tlio men nbout the yard, thnt the upstairs oidcrs were duly carried out. Each hnd his own book to keep nud no wood cither went out or cunn in without their I ' knowledge nnd nn entry being undo to thnt ofTect. There wan also Edwin Hell or 'little Boll,' nn ho wns usually callcd ; a meek faced simple youth of nbout eighteen, whose duty it wns to nt tend to anybody and everybody, doing whatever ho wns told, nnd, who, having to contribute to the support of a widowed mother nnd cr...

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Southern Rifle Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 5 August 1892

goutlsei'u fl£iflc Assoeiation. A council meeting of the above was held at tho Commercial Hotel on Wednesday cveniug las':. Present— Captain Bradbury (in the chair), Captain Allen, and Messrs. Lambert, Hayter, Richardson, aud Scroggie, A vote of thanks was passed to Messrs. McCourt and Kidd, Ms.L.A., forgetting the grant for 1893 placed on the estimates. The following officers were re-elected Mr. J. R. Scroggie, ohairman ; G. Gissing, secretary ; and H.Lambert, treasurer. The Execufciro Committee for the ensuing year will consist of the following — Capt, Napier, Messrs. W, W, Berry, II. Richatd son, J. West, R. J. C. Maddiell, C. Taylor, and Capt. Bradbury ? tho chairman, secretary, and treasurer to be ex officio members of samp. Tho treasurer's report showing a debit balance of £33 Os 4d wasadonted. Capt. Bradbury s offer to try and make arrange ments to get clubs to contribute towards purchasing a challenge shield to be shot at the next prize meeting of the Southern Rifle Associat...

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Robertson. PROGRESS COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 5 August 1892

Robertson. PROGRESS COMMITTEE. This Committee met in tha School of Arts on Tuesday evening lust. The President Mr. J. T. Hayter in the chair ; also present Messrs. R. G- Ferguson, W. White, T. Joiii s, S. J. McBaron, and W. R. Hind marsh, juur., (sec.) Correspon 'ence was received from the Djpnrtmont of Lands and from the Committee asking that the road from Uelmore alm.to liobortson, as sur veyed, be officially opened, ,tntl informing -ihatra further cjinmuaioation will be made in the matter. ? ' Mr. Hinclmarsli reported having inter viewed I\lr, Biom field rt the various work, who stated that he has recommended that a sum of £75 be granted for making road to Carrington Fallls ; also that the: upper Kan garoo Valley road would be pushed ,? on to join the Robertson road Mr. BlcmSeld was also, in favor of a road from the showground to West Kangaloon, and a road to join it from East Katigaloon. Mr 'White moved that the secretary write to the Postmaster-General asking that the mail be c...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 5 August 1892

To Darkbn Grky Haih.— tocM^or'a Sulphur Hmr Restorer is the quickest, w-M, safest costs less, effccta moro than any othc8r Tho colbr. pro duced is most natural. Lockyer*a sulphur is tho only English hair restorer universally sold. — Advt. Public Notice.— Mr. Siberfc, photographer, thanks tho public for their kind patronage, nnd regrets to inform them that his.' studio will close in a few weeks owinc to the cold weather and his health failing, and in order to work np all his stock and materials on hand has greatly reduced the prices. Cabinet size— 15s per dozen, 9s per half-dozen; C.D.V. size— 10s Cd per dozen, 0s Cd per half.dozen. So those requiring first-class photographs will do well to loso no time. Miss this ciianco nud -ou may never, novor, never gei another!!! Large stock of picturo frames and mouldings choap. Sibert's Photo Studio, Bowral, ! will positively closo in a few wceks.^s2- Livek Complaints.— Dr. Kine^^Sandelion and Quinine Liver Pills, witirout injury, nro a potent...

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Moss Vale Police Court. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 3. Before Mrssrs. F. R. wilshire, P.M., and G. O. Tate, J.P. OBSCENE LANGUAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 5 August 1892

Moss Vale Police Court. Wednesday, August 3. Before Mrssrs. F. It. Wilshlre, P.M., and G, 0. Tate, J. P. obscene ianooage. Patrick Hoarc charged with using obsceno language, pleaded not guilty. Conotablo Carpenter doposed that prisoner was in Waito-street between I 1 1 and 12 pm. lie wns on duty in Argylosfc, and heard a man (defendant) in Waitc-atreU use dis gusting language, saying that a Woman had taken his watch. He wont across and near tho E.S. and A.C. Bank met tho defendant, Askqd what was up with him and ho again used the language, ueioiuianc was miner tno influence of ilrinls. The language could be heard by passers hy. Defendant refused to go homo and ho took him to the luck-up, and.defendant asked him to let him go and summons hiin as he lived in Lackey-street. He declined to release him and when near the railway bridge lie gave a sudden jerk and broke away and ran up past the council chambers. Defendant asked if ever in his life lie had heird him use obscene or disorderly...

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"Every Word True." SO SAYS THE WRITER OF THAT FAMOUS LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 5 August 1892

'EvciyWord True.' SO SAYS TBE WRITER OP THAT FAMOUS LETTER. ? ' ? (2Teu- York Jrilunc.) I It would bo difficult to moisuro tho inter Gst and coramert, not to say excitement which the published letter of Dr. R; A. Gunn has occasioned. Tbo prominonco of (he doctor and the unusual nature of tho lettor hnvo both temlod to ndd interest to tho subjcct and inako it really tho talk of the town. I caaea upon Dr. Gunn nt bio residenoo, Nol 124 West Forty-seventh Street, yester day afternoo.i. I found tbo reception room ^crowded, nnd it was only after nn hour's waiting that I succeeded in obtaining an interview. Dr. Gunn is a distinguished-looking man and impressed mo at once by his manly bear ing and air of sincerity. I took tho seat ho courteously offored mo, and said : ' Are you aware, doctor, of the commotion your letter has caused ?' Dr. Gunn smiled, nnd repliod — ' Things out of the ordinary ucua'.ly ciuoe commo:it. It is no' a common thing for physicians to endorse and recommend medicin...

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Moss Vale Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 5 August 1892

moss Yale Council. | Tho usual fortnightly meeting of the Moss Vnlo Municipal Council, was held in the council ' chambers, on .Monday, August 1st. Present ; — His Worship the Mayor (oluir), McGregor, Cullen, Rose, Goodridge, Adams, The minutes of tho previous meeting were rcr.u and confirmed. OIUIKHPOSDKSCK. Letters from tho Under Secretary for Justice and Hon. J. Ki.ld stating tint the matter of improve ments to the road leading from Argyle-strcct towards R;loy-strcot would meet with attention, and from the secretary of the Board of Health stating that the request to send an olfiocr ti report on tho condition of tlio dr»ins loading from the Refreshment Rooms, M033 Vale Station, would be Attended t--, — Carried. Tho Sccrotary for Railway Commissioners in formed the council tint in answer to the council's request to havo a hopUnc constructed at Moss Vnlo Rftilw.iv StaM'on : tho Commissioneis had personally inspected the place and decided to orcct gates on tho up side of the line oppo...

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Selected Poetry. BE THINE THE BLISS, [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 5 August 1892

-v - Selected Poetry. ^ ' ' abe thine the bliss, . received itfl mortal wound, If such a wound can bo J * Wo moot to part,' tho lover said, 41 Though thou waat dear to ino ; For now I know thou dost withdraw .'?.'.Tho love I thought to gain, Yet, ia tho parting, keep tho hlias, And leave to mo th-) paiu 1 r% ytl I will not call theo fickle, ainco ^ Thou has been very dear— ^ So well beloved, in days gone hy, Ami to this heart so near ! Nor will 1 e'er thy deed upbraid, Thy faith with falsehood stain j But rather wish for thee tho blias, „ Aud keep, mysolf, tho pain! I vo Iovcfd theo well — but that has passed— Tho awcots are vanished now 1 Ah mo, how strange that love itself ? So oft to chango will bow !'' They parted, as the darkness fell, Yel, evermore, in vain, Sho sought tho bliss ho asked for her, But shared with hiin tho pain I

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