Elephind.com contains 1,529 items from Scrutineer, The
, samples of which are listed below. All items
from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire
collection of 2,990 newspaper titles in Elephind.com
MITTAGONG SCHOOL OF ARTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 5 February 1892
MITTAGONG SCROOL OF ARTS, j Tho annual moating of tho aubsatibors of this institution was hold on Saturday ovon ing last. Tho annual rope rt '.was road and disclosed a fairly antiofactory otato of affairs. Tho highest memborohip for tho year was SO, and at tho timo of tho preparation of tho roport GO mombora woro on tlio books. 80 now books had boon added to tho library bringing tho total up to over 400 volumes. Tho total numbor of books issued for tho yoar was 1 191. Tho balanco shoot chowod that tho rocoipto for the yonr woro £G-l/3/2d nnd tho oxpondituro £59 12s Id lonviug a credit balanco of £i 11 8d. Tho following officers woro oloutod for tho yonr: — Presidont— Dr. lliddloton. Vice presidents — Mr. J. Mealing aiul Mr. Jno. May. Committoo — Royo. J. Goudio and F. O; Williams, Aldotman Richards and Iv. S. Mandolson, and Messrs. Edwards, Bluott, Oaborno, Drabblo, Evans, and Childo. Sec. retary — Mr, H. E. Field. TroaBuror— Mr. J. White. I ? ? ?
LYONS' INNINGS [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 5 February 1892
LYONS' INNINGS The Daily Telegraph says of Lyons' great innings on Monday s— Lyons, who went in first with Bannerman, played not only a lively, popular innings, but 0110 of tho best in respect of science ho has shown us. Unafflictcd by tho ugly back play style of many Australian batsmen, tho South Aus tralian laid the wood on ia excellent ntyle, hitting 1 freely along the ground and never losing a chance if Rfinrinf* His heatstroke was thn forward ririv-*. but bis cutting was neat and strong and his leg glances correctly timed and placed. Ho did not do any big hitting 011 the leg side, however ; indeed, almost tho only gallery stroke ho mado was when he lifted the ball over tho bowler's head and down to the fence, where it pitched in' tho ditch. Ono chanco only, and that off a bumpy ball which sprung up into short slips, is to bo entered against a dashing, sound innings, which included 16 4's, fivo 3's and eight 2's. Rcfcrriug to tho fielding and bowling tho same paper says ' Tho En...
NON-ADVERTISING MEDICOS. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 5 February 1892
NON-ADVERTISING MEDICOS. ; 'Why should doctors not ndvortiso ? Thoro is not a moro grotesquo exhibition of pro fessional I'ecltsniflism than that which pnsses na a modical axiom that a man of healing is not to toll tho world that ho can hoal. Tho fact that sorno doctors dogrudo thomsolves as men aa woll no doctors by soandalous advertisements has no bearing at j all on tho mattor. Thoio aro quacks iu all uuuea, uuu mu iuuu luuii l. ^ '? nuu | scream about horrid oacrifico:^''' reductions does not deter tlit ^ ^ ~ ^ gentlemanly trador from tolling po£ij-| ho has goods for sale. A morchant stands among tho princes of tho land fool^ it no degradation to inform his fellow-tad that ho has rocoived a cargo of so and s Ho wants to turn his wares into gold just I the doctor does ; but with a silly etiquot)^5 born iu tho dark ages, and whon advertising. : was not, a doctor hushes up tho fact though * ho wants it known. It is about as sensible as the action of tho lady in ordor to moot her te...
BERRIMA DISTRICT SHOW. To the Editor of the Scrutineer. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 5 February 1892
v BERRIMA DISTRICT SHOW. To the Editor of the Scrutineer, Slit, — On looking over the schedule of tho Berrima District A., H. and I. Socioty, I find in tho Dog Section, Class 12, aprizo offered for tho best 14 Bull Mastiff.' Is this a breed of dog peculiar to the Berrima district? Tlio standard authorities on dogs — Stonehinge and Vero Shaw — have apparently never had it brought under their notice. Of course a first cro3a between tho two breeds mentioned would produce a mongrel tliao might be called a 41 bull mastiff;' bub what is be for— what is he like — by what points is he to bo judged ? Porhap3 tho gentlemau who introduced him into the schcdulo (and who I suppose will exhibit in tho clas3) will inform us. Ancl going a littlo further in tho sec tion — what is a 44 Family' Newfoundland Dog (Claas 14) ? A family horse I havo heard of, hut a family dog is a novelty. These little eccentricities will only puzzle the judges and should bo fully explained prior to tho exhibits, in the c...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 5 February 1892
TftTTERSAll'S MOtlSTEil PRIZE LIST. : ' jaoniofiwe&'fJCiY y CQ0 January 2G. . -At 10 linch | 50,000 Subscribers | Al\QT.uch | l| TIUST ? 10,000 | 20 at 100 cacli.. .2,000 . SKCOND ... ,'!,000 20 „ CO ? 1,000 THIRD ... 2,000 | 25 „ 20 „ ... '00 S. (divided) ... 2,000 I 100 ., 10 „ ...1,000 : N.S. Divided... 3,00ff| 100 „ 5 „ ... COO I.C53 Ton pei- cent. -' 205 EXTRA ONES. 205, i i^ewnnijaE'Cseit DD. ' FKHIUTAKY27. ? : I At 10 I 100,000 . ]AtlQi:,«h\ SubsoriiiorB. FIRST... ... 15,000 ,50 atlOOcacli 5,000 SKCOND ... 5,000 50 at 50 2,500 THIRD ... . 2,500 .'50 at-10 2,000 S. (divided) ... 3,000 100 ntSO „ ... 3,000 N.S. (divided)../':.. -4,500 COOntlO „ ... 5.000 500 at 5 ? 2,500 Less 10 per cent. Australian C. 'March 1. | AfiQ JEaclr\ .25,000 | At 10 Kv-— FIRST ... 5,000 i 20 at 50 oach... 1,000 SECOND ' 1.500 25 „ 20 „ ... 500' THIRD ...' ' 1,000 100,, 10 „ ... 1,000 S. Divided;.'. 1,000 101) „ 5 „ ... 1,000 N.S; dividkd 1,000 1 ? Less Ten per cent. 215 EXTRA ONKS/. 245: ' : U...
THE RACEHORSES OF TO-DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 5 February 1892
THE RACEHORSES OF TO-DAY. The voteran English trainor William Day, who should, bo-ono of tho gioatest living authorities, wroto recently to tho London Sporting Life on 'Tho Racohorsos of To-day' and though ho firmly belioves that wo havo as many good liorsos now as wo jhad .'30 or 40 years ago, and tho brood has improved rathor than deteriorated, and is capablo of groator impvovemont, says that racohorsos of tho presont timo nro unequal in racing powors, wanting in stamina and not phsically as strong or as froo from liorcditary and othor ditioabos. In support of this conten tion ho montions — ' Tottenham is tho only homo which ran as many as 20 times last year, mostly ovor short distances, while in 185G, whon boats woio in vogue, Coal Black Roso ran in 23 races, Caledonia 20, Evelyn (2yrs ) 20, Fisborman 3-1 (out of which numbor ho woa 23), Gemma-di-Vorgy winning 13 out of 18 (anothor two-year-old) Mary 2G, Our Sal 24, Plausiblo 34, Frinco of Orange 24, Stork' 22, Usuror 29, and You...
MINISTERING CHILDREN'S LEAGUE. SUTTON FOREST BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 5 February 1892
MINISTERING CHILDREN'S I LEAGUE. Sutton Forest Branch. I A further meeting of the abovo was held on Tues day afternoon last at Kockniore, the rc3idonco of Mrs. Bennett. Thero was a good attendance and the meeting wa3 presided over by the Rev. A, G. Stoddart. After tho opening service the secretary g.ivc a shore address, reporting that on the previous Wednesday the Rev. W. A. Lecch, secretary of tho Bong Bong Branch had assisted in opening the Sutton Forest Branch. It was anuounccd that since the opening 21 new members had joiued, aud 10 had been transferred, making a tolal of 31 mombcio. A committee of ladies was appointed and it was de cided to at once arrange to bring up from Sydney a blind girl and her sister, both of whom needed a change on account of ill-health, a suitable home having been found at a farm house in tho district. After the bns'ncs, recitations and music were ren dered, and tea was kindly provided by Mrs, Bennett. A donation of £2 was handed in by Mrs. Bennett, an...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 5 February 1892
PnoTor.RAi'iiY.— Mr. Siberfc, tfto 4 well-known photographer, whose reputation for over thirty years has established him a favorite, ;is now at Bowral, where he has erected, nt great cxpenso, a studio, which will enable him to turn out work superior to anything in tho district. Everybody ia invited to his studio to judgo for them selves. Satisfaction guaranteed. Photos taken by instantaneous process. All work beautifully enamelled, and thereby prevented from fading. Sydney prices. No photographer named John Small, Henry Hay, or 'William Jackson^ is in my employ, or in any way.connccted with»'my firm. £10 reward will bo paid for information of any photographer obtaining monny or work in my namo, not legally authorised. Printed form of receipt can at onco satisfy you. — C. A. Sibort, photographorf Moss Vale, Headquarters, Bowral. — Advt. j
BOWRAL LAWN TENNIS CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 5 February 1892
BOWRAL LAWN TENNIS CLUB . The second annual tournament was commeuccd last Saturday in the presence of a largo number of people, for tho lady nnd gentleman championships of the club. Tho following arc tho results Ladies' Singles. Miss Marcia Osborne beat Miss Lucy Odborne — 4 to 6, G to 0, G to 0 Miss N. Swinsop beat Miss Docker — 6 to 1, 6 to 2. Final. Miss N. Swinson beat Miss Marcia Osborne — 7 1 G, 6 to 4. Gentleman's Singles. A. Swiuson beat J. Lee Pulling-— 6 to 3, 6 to 4 J. Swinson beat K. Kirley — 6 to 4, 3 to 0, 6 to 4. A. Arguimbau beat J. Swinson— 6 to 1, 6 to 2. Fiual. A. Swinson beat A. Arguirobau— 8 to 2, 6 to 1. Next Wedneslay nnd Saturday the AU Comers, doubles and singles takes place.
BRITISH AND FOREIGN BIBLE SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 5 February 1892
BRITISH AND FOREIGN BIBLE SOCIETY. The annual meeting of tho Moss Valo Branch of this Society was held in tho Church of England Schoolroom on Wednesday evening last, t'ie attend ance being only, meagie. The Rev. A. G. Stoddart presided, and the Rev. R. T. Hills of Sydney attended as deputy from the Society. Tho Chairman in opening tho proceedings said ho supposed there was no society in existence which could touch this for the amount of goon work it was doing. Through its ngency tho Bible pene trated districts not roaehed by tho clergy. But for the colporteur, who travelled from house to house selling at a small figure, and sometimes giving the Scriptures away, many would live in ignorance of the word of God, and of the higher aud nobler duties of life. Tn the first year's operations of the society £000 was spent, nnd the expenditure had now icached the princely fortune of £*200,000 per annum. He could not understand the small attend ance at the meeting, and he regarded it 03 a refl...
MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS. MOSS VALE. CANDIDATES IN THE FIELD. TO-DAY'S CONTEST. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 5 February 1892
□UtllGIPAL ELEOTIOtlS* ! MOSS VALE. CANDIDATES IN THE FIELD. 1 TO-DAY'S CONTEST. About forty or fifty ratepayers assembled at tlio Town Hall on Tuesday morning laot, when tlio Mayor, iu bin capacity au returning ollicor, readout the lint of nominations of pereona to fill the three vacancies on tho Council caused by tlio retirement of Aid. Coleman, Wiles, and Richardson. The first two retire on their laurelu, but Aid. Richardson has again furbished up his armour and cries 44 Once more unto the breach.' Besides Mr. Richardson, the gentleman put in nomination wero Messrs. II. Cooper Rose, W. Vorcoc, Edward Aland, J. E. Adams, aud Capt. Walters. At tho last minute Mr. Varcoe'a nomination puper was declared to bo in formal, one of his nominators not having paid tho rates due. Tho announcement waa received by Mr. Varcoe with absolutely Christian fortitude. The candidates and their nominators arc a3 follows H. Coopkr Rohd. Nominated by Charles Clarence Galo, solicitor, and Robert Vilta, sa...
CHURCH OF ENGLAND [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 5 February 1892
CHURCH OF EIJGLAITD Sottqn* FonHST.— 1st and 3rd Sundays in the month at 3 p.m. ; 2nd and 4th Sundays in tho month at 11 a.m. and Holy Communion ; 5th Sunday at 3 p.m. Moss Vale.-— 1st and 3rd Sundays in the mouth at 11 a.m. and Holy Communion ; every Sunday at 7.30 p.m. Bcjndan*oo.s\— 2nd and 4th Sundays in tho month at 3 p.m.; 5th Sundays in the mouth at 11 a.m. and Holy Communion. Exetek — Wednesday (on or before full moon) 7.30, Hollttuorpe (Cross Roads—' Thurcday (on or be foro full moon) 7.30 p.m. — Row A, G. Stoddart. ?Bong Bong (Christ Church) — Divine Service every Sunday morning at 11 a.m.; Mount Aahby (St. Thomas) — Every Sunday at 3p.m. ; Yarrunga —Second Sunday in every month at 3 p.m^ All 8oat8 avo free. — W. A. Lceoh, B.A. i Holy Tiunitv, Bkukiha. Bsrrinia, every Sunday at 11 ; first, third, and fifth Sundays in tho month at 7. Jlev. G. Sheppard, B,A. Cr i3B Roads, first aud third Sunday at 7. Sifeh Range, second Sunday at 3. Befanglo, fourth Sunday at 3. St. Stkpiiii...
MITTAGONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 5 February 1892
MITTAGONG-. Tho nomination for three aldermen to act on tho Mittagong Council was held at tho Council Cham hers on Tuesday list, Aid. E. G. Larkin being tho rctiirning-officer. There was a good attendance of ratepayers. Tho fallowing are tho candidates : — Messrs. W, R. Hudspeth, W, Westbury* R, Snow den, J. Wallis, J. AV. Mealing, J. Hilder, T. Viles aud Dr. Middleton. After tho nominations had been read out each candidato in turn addressed the ratepayers. Mr. Hudspeth referred to his long residence in Mittagong, and said he kuew something of the wants of the municipality. Much had been done in the way of street formation, but before thoy could undertake sewerage and a water supply more rates would havo to bo raised, and raised in such a way as not to tax tho industry of the ratepayer. A pro vision should bo inserted in the Local Government Bill providiug for the taxation of land values. Mr. Westbury spoke briefly, and said that if elected ho would act honestly and fearlessly. Mr. ...
THE S.C. & W.C. COOPERATIVE COMPANY'S PRICE LIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 5 February 1892
THE S.C. & W.C. COOPERATIVE COMPANY'3 I PRICE LIST. Sydnoy, Feb. 3rd, £ o, d. £ o, d. j Butter (factory), pur lb ... 0 0 11 to 0 1 0 I Do. lot quality (dairy) ... 0 0 0 0 0 10 Do. 2nd „ ,,...0 0 5 0 0 7 Bacon, hand curcd ... 0 0 7 0 0 Do. machine curcd ... 0 0 6 0 0 GJ Hams, hand curcd ... 0 0 0 0 0 8 Do. machine cuvcd ... 0 0 5 0 0 7 Chcc3c, l&t quality ...0 0 4 0 0 Do. 2nd aud inferior ... 0 0 3 0 0 4 Honey per II) ? 0 0 3 0 0 4 Pigo, each ? ? 0 17 0 12 6 Calves ? ... 0 5 0 1 2 6 Hides per lb. ... ... 0 0 1£ 0 0 Calfskins, caoh ? 0 0 3 0 10 Flour ... ... ... 0 0 0 13 0 0 Do. 2nd ... .' ? 0 0 0 12 15 0 Maize, per bush ? 0 2 5 0. 2 7 Wheat (chick) ? 0 0. 0 0 4 0 Barley (Kng.)i per buBh. .'.. 0 0 0 0 3 6 Do. (Cape) ... ... 0 0 0 0. 3 6 Oats (seed) ... ? 0 0 0 0 2 11 Do. (feed) ? 0 2 8 0 2 11 Onions, per ton ... 4 0 0 5 0 0 Hay, oaten ? 0 0 0 0 0 0 Do. lucerno ? 0 0 0 0 0 0 Potatoes ? 2 10 0 3 15 0 Fowls, per pair ? 0 2 0 0 3 0 Ducks, per pair ... ..-0 2 0 0 3 0 Geese,...
BOWRAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 5 February 1892
BOWKAL. I Tlio norainationa for the three vacancica in th° Municipal Council tool: place at the Council Cham* bero on Tueoday at noon, about GO ratepayers being present. Tho Mayor acted as returning offiocr and rccoivcd tho following nominations : — John Joseph Campbell, proposed by Dr. A. B. Morgan, occondcd by Mr. V. J3. Riley. A letter was road from this candidate, explaining that he wn3 unavoidably absent from town, and soliciting tno iurincr support oi ine ratepayers. Micliael Rice, proposed by Mr. Funston and Alderman Dawson* Alfred John Ilnnison, proposed by Mr, Ilorton and Mr. A; J. Turner. Ilenry Kennedy, proposed by Alderman Hodgson nnd Cobb; William Franklin, proposed by Mr. Challccr and Mr. W. E H. Neich. Thomas Ma-thowson, proposed by Mr. Law and Mr. Alcrow. Alexander Wylc, proposed by Mr. Law and Mr. Alcrow. Mr, Rice said tint it waa only a few weeks ago aiiico he had been a candidate for Alderman. There were no new topics of special- interest sineo then, and he would ...
PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 5 February 1892
PRESBYTERIAN Ea9t Kangaloon 11; Burrawang 3; Moss Valo 7.30 — Rev. Boswell Berry, M.A. A sparsely-attended meeting of male representa tives of the Church of England was held at tlio Schoolroom, Moss Vale, yesterday (Thursday) afternoon, when tho Hon. H. E. Katerand V. J. S. wero olected Synod representatives, and Mr, David ; Morrice, Hon. H. E. Kater, and Mr. Blomfield parochial nominators. A meetiug to inaugurate a Moss Vale branch of tho Ministering Children's Leaguo was held on Wednesday afternoon. Thero were twelve new 1 members wero enrolled, and two transfers, Tho following players havo bean chosen from the Moss Vale Fitzroy Cricket Club to do battle against Wild'fi Meadow to-morrow on the Show-ground, Moss Vale Garling, Dunn, Wallace, I, and W. Cullen, Culey, Waller, Whitoloy, Elliott, Radford,
BURRAWANG RIFLE COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 5 February 1892
BURRAWANG RIFLE COMPANY. I Tho first monthly pri::o-aliootin(? of tho | abovo Company, for 1802, v.m oliot ofT on | Saturday iaot, wlion thoro Nvnn n lnr(;o ntton danco of momboro. In addition to tlio 13 d . per point— under tlio conditions of which tho prizo cliooiin^ vino hold — it wna docidod tliat tho ccoi-og ot oach nompotitor nlioiild count for tho modal of tho N.fc-. Wnloo ltiflo Association, which 10 to L-o givon to tno mombor with tho bc3t nggrogato of four out . ,b!oix monthly competitions. Tho wcatlior . -. on Saturday afternoon wnontlior dull, with bad light, and a ohoppy wind. Following aro tho scores : — 500yd 600yd Totali W. H. Rudgo 30 27: , -57 . J. Curtis . . - . 29 25 Si M. Soory .. ' 26 : .26 52 ' : 8. Hoiyter . . .. 29 -22. -51 T. E. Bursill . . 28 22 '? 50 R. Elliott V. .'. ; 23 25 48 'H. Bunt .. ? 2G' - 19 45' J. Elliott . . ' .,19 26 . 45 J.R. Miller ! 20' 10 12 Jas. Parker.. ? . . 26 14 ? 40 Capt. Allen., 22 18 j 40''. A. K. Yonge . . 21 19 40 G. Ijefevro , ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 5 February 1892
DR. FLETCHER'S PILLS. £50 FOR CIRCULARS. Wo beg to notify that wo havo bought back tho circulars sent out with Dr. Fletcher's Pills during 1891. Tho whisky totttle contained 2128 pills, and wo bought tho forms from the following gentlemen at. tho following prices : — A. Bauer's, Kilkivau, Queensland, for £25 J. M. Frazor's, Hardinge-st., Auok., NZ. £10 G. Paroipien'o, 703 Toorak-rd., Mel!), £5 W. H. Pudde.rphat's, Eaat Wodong.i, Vic, £1 G. Russell's Market-st. , Adelai Jo, £3 J. Marshall's, Strath Hcgley, Tasmania, £2 E. W. GifEn'o, Avonside, Cli'tchureh, N.Z., £1 For New Tc ear, 1883, v/o havo filled a largo Cle- . monts Tonic bottle with Dr. Fletclior's Pills, nnd wo encloso a circular with evory shilling box of them, on which our friendo aro requested to write a number, and we agrco to buy back the circular for £25 for tho first ono to hand which bears tho number corresponding nearest to tho number of pills iu tho bottlo : £10 for tho second ; £5 for tho third ; and £4, £3, £2, £...