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

' Presbyteriax. ' J-ast Kangaloon 11 ; Burrawang 3 ; Moss Vale 7. — Rov. B. Berry, M.A. ' ' - -- '

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

Buudnnoon. 4* ( From Our Correspondent J Tiie TEi.Er.iurn,— Faithful to their promise, the Railway Conv.nHsionjrs havo reinstated _ the telegraph i istrnment, it having arrived 011 Friday last, but, I believe, is not fixed for working yet. Without doubt it wilt be more in compliance with sccrecy i.i public messages than the telephone, for if you are within a hundred yards you cui^ livar all messages sent by telephone, which prohibits many USU12 it, and Ins also reduced the average taxings. Death asd Bitkial. -A ntranger from Sydney came up, and died at fvareida, and was jmriodin tho Primitive Methodist Cemetery, while on this subject I think it is about time bot'i cemeteries woro closed, (tluy being right in tho centro of tho town.) and a public oho obtained somewhere below Krith Siding. If tho trustees were to refuse to bury, a public ono wou'd havo to bo obtainpd'sombwherc, which is a public necessity. City; Mutual Life Assurance.- Mr. C, J. McShano the manager of tho Goulburn dis...

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

Special Advertisements ' ' Ha ElSlllftilDSOMg \ MOSS V \ LE, tTpholsterer, Fronoli Polislicr, Pioturo lframcr- & c. A LARGE Stock of Furniture, Bedsteads ami Bedding, Carpets, Matting, Linoleum, Door Mats, &c,, nlwuys on hand. Spring Holler and . Vonotiau Blinds, made and fitted or repaired. commercial' bankinF COMl'AN Y. Established 1S31. Incorporated 1813. Head Ofllco Okoikif. Street, Syd.vey. CAPITAL ? £oi)O,00n RESERVE FUITD ? £670,000 Rkseiivk von ICqi-at.imation ok '- DivinK.vns ? £150.000 Monoy i-cccivc I at Interest And nil other usual Banking Business transacted. K. 12V1CRARD ROW, Manac.kh, MOSS VALE BRANCH. w, n, palwo ft 03., 3Eo2 j£l CZ .u.1 E? j33 123- « Established 185?- Incokpokatkd ISS3. ; 4H3&nrnr ~ [?] So1© Agents for PIANOS by Stcinwny and Sons, Julius Feurich, Uchcl an I I.cchloitor, Curl Kckc. The Victor, Tito Hitlliug : and for the world-renowned ESTRY ORGANS and Boonoy'o B r a o a Band . *? Instruments. Universal Providers of PIANOFORTE...

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

, %\xt TERMS .Subscription 2/G per .quarter prepaid ;. S/» if beoked ; charqcd only from the time of commencing. Quarters end March 31, Juno 30, September 39, J)ecembcr 31, at which periods only can subscriber* decline by giving a week's notice in writing direct to tbo offico — not through a local collector — mid paying to the then running quarter. Apvkrtisemksts— ot less than one inch, 1/- ior thetirat two lines and 3-1. per lino nftcr : longer advertisements, 3./- for thn first inch and 1/6 for every subsequent inch. A liberal reduction made or standing advertisements. Advertisements o births. mairiagc8, and deaths, if sent by post, must be authenticated by the signature cf some person known at tho office, or they M ill not be inserted. Advertisements will he received up'to 6 p.m. oil , day of publication. Tho numhor of insertions should be written on tho face, or the advertise* meats will be continued till countermanded. Orders for withdrawing, altering, or changing advertisement...

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

BiOcul and (Uciici'iil Scotch Concert.— Wo bolievo that a concert for ' the rendition of music of Scotch sentiment is on the cirds nt Moss Vale fur Wednesday evening week. Our friend Mao is cleaning up tho hag pipes and will ', doll the sporrans, kilts and hose.' His Last Woiids. — Somo few weeks baok tho following incident occurred -—It was a wild uiclit : tho lightning flashed, the thunder roared ; and the wind howled. It was indoed a wild ni-lit. Tliroiieh tlio lonely hush between the Bolmore Falls and Wild's Moaduw a tired travollcr was dragging his limbs. Ho had travelled many a dreary milo and was near fainting hut ho would not give up. 'No,' lie aofoly uttered, ' I must strn^glo on.' A few miles further nnd again ho stopped. 'Oh I' lie gasped, 'if I could only reach that ono spot all would bo well.' But it was' not to ho. He sank down j exhausted nature could go no further. Just then a horseman passed Umt way, and hcariug moans as of someouo in distress, dismounted to as cert...

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

STRAY NOTES , (By A Layman.) : Wa are plonsod to notice tho slcncly pro (jresa and very satisfactory condition of our locil loilgo of Oldfcllows, tbo position of which ie very sonnd nnd successful. Such prnvia thnt wo hnvo n Inrgo body of citizens in Moss Vnlo who mutually strivo to benefit their felhnva wliilo nis i performing n duty to thomsolvos, thoir wives mid families. It would lio wen it. every nmn in «idss vmo belon^olto nuch n socioty, nnil our dosiro is to induco more to join such u usoful and vnluablo organisation. Ulessicgs indeed to many when most noedod auvo such institu tions provod. In our Dexi issue wo intond to print a most interesting artifb upon '? IhoPio^reea of^Oddfellowship,' for which wo are indubtcd to Mr. Gissing, tho secietary of tlio Moss Va'o lodge. -- « # i Tho Minister for Educvion thn other dny i snolte stronclv on tho subject of parents I Bonding young and tender infants to the public Bchools. A lady presnnt suggested that the mjihers of vory young c...

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

Marulan Items. From Marulan to Sydney is 101 Minutes. — A pigeon flying match foak place last Friday in Sydney when 42 birds were brought to Marulan, which is 114 miles by rail from Sydney, by the gu ird of the paper train. The birds wero liberated , at 10 o'clock in the morning. At about i 1.45 tho birds began to arrive at their various destina tions. me day was hno and suitable for the match. The gold medal for Erst pri2d was wop by J. Jamea, whoso bi:d came home in 101 minutes. R. O'Donnell aecureJ second pWzp. his bird arriving in 103 minutes; J. Dibble was third, his bird arriving in 105 minutes ; J. J. Wright was fourth, hie bird arriving in lOfi minutes POLITICAL.— Mr. G. H. Reid, M.P., the leader of the opposition, has promiond to speak at Marula-i, and will probably do so about tho third week in August. Scalded to Death.— Much sympathy is felt for the parents of the child named Straker who died at Marulan on Saturday from scalds received through the upsetting of a kettle of...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 9 August 1892

W3Y 13d [MAORI ©EAtP Dcafhra, HrndNolscj, Discliarfle!, Sc., nomattcH OP how long standi NO, completely nnd ptrr.nnenlly cured by tiie new nnd entirely tuccessful Electro Medlcatiun Trcnttner.*. Sr.t.P-AM'l.lKti nnu rainless. Ear*tli'uma not at nil nccoouary. Advice and pamphlet Free from Professor Harvey, 145 Collitif Street East, Melbourne. Magnificent testimonials. K.D.— rrofesror Harvey's Electric Itead UalK Jf tl the Anly one patented throughout the World. IIoli.oway's Pills,—' The changes of temperature nnd. weather frequently upset persons who nro most cautious of their health, ami most particular in their diets. These corrective, purifyiug, and gentle aperient Pills aro tho beat remedy for nil defective ueliouo of tlio digestive organs ; they augment tho appetite, strengthen the stomach, correct billions ncas, and carry off all that is noxiouu from the system. Holloway's Pills aro composed of raro balsam's, unmixed with baser matter, and on that account aro peculiarly well a...

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RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 9 August 1892

RAILWAY. Down Tiuins. — A mail train leaves Sydnoy d uly (Sundays excepted) at 9 p m, CumpbeUtovm 10.8, Victon 10.53, Mittagang 12.12 am, Bowrai 12.19. Moss Valo 12.40, arriving at Goulburn at 2.20, and Albury 11.53. Tlio Mclbourno express leaves Sydnoy daily (Saturdays and Sundays excepted) at 5.15 p -]',* Mittacong 8, Bowrai S.8, arriving nt Moss Vale at 8-20. leaves at 8.45, arrives at Goulburn at 10.8 and Albury 5.50 a m. A passenger train leaves Sydnoy daily (Sundays excoptcii) at 0.30 a m, Mittagong i-.-Hi p in, Bowrai 12.54, Mos3 Vole 1.35, Goulburn 3.10. A tourist train leaves Sydney every Saturday at 7.55 am, Picton 9.55, Mittagong 11,5, Bowrai 11.12, Moss Valo 11.35, arriving at Goulburn at 2.20 pm. ' A second tourist train leaves Sydnev every Saturday dt 2.28 p m, Mittagoii(;5.30, Bowrai 5.3', and arrives at M033 Valo at 5.50; A passeuger train leaves Sydnoy for Pioton at 5.17 p.m., and a mixed train leaves Pioton for Mittagong at 7.57 p m. Ur Trains.— A mail train leaves...

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The Progess of Oddfellowship. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 9 August 1892

The.-lProgcss ofi ©iidlFcilowsliiy. Although Oddfellowship has attained its greatest power, and has' witnessed tho mightiest developoment of its principles, in Great Britain, its origiu is very much older than the history of civilisation in these islands. Tho labour guilds or unions of Athens and Home flourished long before the Christiun era, and may be accepted as having ombodied to some extent the sicrod principle o£ bearing one anothor'a burdens: Tho labour guilds, however, carried on their work under enor mous difficulties and great discouingemenf, and thoro io abundant evidence that wholesale suppression was resorted to by thonulhorities onmorotbap one occasion, despite t ha fact that to ayoid ifficial interferouco many of them claimed to bo simply burial societies. Authentio copies of tho rules of these societies are still in existence, aad a bare nerusal of thom is sufficient to convince every one that in many essential points they have a closo resemblance to tho great Friend...

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FOOTBALL. FITZROYS V. ST. JOHN'S RECREATION CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 9 August 1892

??? 111!- ^ HTZROY8 T. ST. JOHN'S RECREA TION CLUB. [Bs Goal Post.] Tho return match boU'osn 11 of tho Filzroya and 16 of the Recreation Olub was played on tho Kugby ground on Saturday aftornoon last, nnd rosultod in another win for tho Fitzroya. Tho ground wa3 not in IBjy good order, boing very alippory in pla|ce&. '. J. Amott and II. Garling enptained the- Fitztoyo and St. John's reopcctivoly ; and W. Oullon, by his prompt decisions, gave ovory satiofaction na umpire. Garlin'1 won tho toFB, nnd dofendod tho enotorn nnd. ,tbU8 loavinp; tho Fitzroya to kick off. Tlio ball being sot rolling, play continued for some timo in noutral torritory, ',ho loathor being gradually worked towards tho Fitzroya line, tho reda beinc: cjaipolled to forco. Tho kick out 6ent tho ball well down the field, whoro it was paaaed to Culoy, who ?Buceoeded in crossing tho lino. B idgory, ty '.a good kick, added tlio additional two points. Some good luilics by tho ' Q-ym' forwards worked tho oval closo...

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POSTAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 9 August 1892

POSTAL. Moss Valk. — Mails arrive from Sydney and intermediate stations daily (Sundiys excepted) at 12-50 n m and 2pm; Berrima at noon nnd 9.30 p m Sutton Forest at 0 p m ; INowra and Shoal haven districts at 1.15 am; Robertson and Burrawang daily (Saturdays excepted) at 2 a in ; Goulwirn ami Smith daily (Sundays execptcd) at 2.50 a m. Mails closo for Sydney and intermediate stations daily (Saturday excepted) at 9.30 p m, also by express at 9 am (Sundays and Mondays excepted) ; Goulburn and South at 9.30 pmancl lam; Nowra, Shoalhaven, Burra wang, and RobertEOn at 1:0 p m : Berrima nnd Sutton Forest ot 0.30 p m and 1.30 p m ; Mcryla Wednesday mid Saturday at 2.30 p.m. letter receiver at railway station cleared daily at 12.30 am; the two others at 9.15 pin daily. The post ofiioe opens from 9am till C p in, and tho telegraph ofiico from 9am till 8pm I'ost offico opelis on opcim on Sundays from 9 till 10 a m'for delivery of lottoro only. Letter carrier loaveo office daily at 8.30 a m an...

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Local Information. COACHES. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 9 August 1892

Local Information. COACHE3. Fob Sutton* . Forest. — fclacldin'a coach !aives SIo38 Vale nt 7.15 am rotumiug at 8 a m 2.15 p'ra ,, 3 p in 7 P m „ 8 p m Faro Is siugle, children 6(1 ' For BekbimA.— Haddin's : coach leaves Moss Valo ot 7 am returning at 12 noon 2. 1 5 p m „ 8pm Faro Is Oil single, children 9d Small charge made for pnrcols sonfc through the driver Sundays ne above except th» midday journeys Special trips made al any time on applicatinn to Mr Haddin Coaches also run to Robertson aud Kangaroo Valley

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BREVIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 9 August 1892

- itiieviA. From tho 1st September tho mail train leaving | Sydney for Moss Valo at 9 p.m. will not run on Saturday nights but will run at that time on Sun days instead, It is probable that 100 extra men will shortly bo put on at the Government railway quarries at Bowrai. A youth in tho employment of Mr. F. R. Wilshirc, P.M., met with a seiioua accident at Bcrritn.i la3t week through being violently thrown from a horse against a tree. It is feared his skull is fractured. He was sent in to tho Bowrai Cottage Hospital. At a meeting of the directors of the Emu Butter Factory, last Wednesday evening for the appoint, mont of a manager, vice Mr. J, ICenny, resigned, Mr. James Swcaney's estimate for running the factory and providing tho necessay labor was accepted. Tho half-yearly report and balance-sheet of tho Boberton Park Dairy Company shows that 1S3.G08 gallons of milk were separated during the past six monthp, and that the butter sales realised £390G. The overdraft has been rcduced b...

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Bundanoon Progress Committee. (To the Editor of the Scrutineer.) [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 9 August 1892

BiindiUiooE Progress (Committee. (Jo the Editor of the Scrutineer. J Sir,— Tho Bundanoon people are to be sincerely pitied in having sucli a narrow minded individual bossing their show, and I would honestly ask them to be very careful of their prodigy or they may be led into a nice predicament, which may cause them no end of expense and trouble. I'hu old saying ' Save me from my friends,' can lib well applied to the Bundanoon people, and if they would only calmly consider their present situation tiie right- mined can only come to one conclusion. As a constant reader of your ably And tersely written journal I am pleased to note that you have not opened your columns to such personal nnd unmanly letters which have appeared in one of your contem poraries. They serve no good purposed What can be gained, for instance, by informing the public who your opponent's stepfather is, 4c. 1 I am, yours, Ac:, . LYXX ;

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Rifle Match. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 9 August 1892

Jftifle Match. A mateli tooto-place on the Browley range, Moss Vale, on Friday afternoon last between the Gonl hnrn Cadets aud tho Moss Valo Reserves B f earn. Captain Holdorf was In command of the visitors, and Mr. D. Clifford captained tho local men. Tlio weather was very unsettled, which ao-jounts for tho email scores mado by soino of tho shootists. Tho match resulted in a win for the Goniburnites by 55 points. Appended aro the individual scores : — GotJLBPRM. Ni,m0? yds yds Tl Cadet Grant ? 23 528 — 51 Cadet Lander ? 23 2-4—47 ' Capt. Holdrofj ? 24 20—45 Cdrp. Lsmon ? 22 16—38 Cadet McLean ? 22 13—35 Lieut. Lowry ... ... 12 21 — 33 Cadet F. Lansdowne ... 28 7 — 33 Cadet S. Lansdowne ... 17 ' 14—31 Color-Sergt Salmon ... 17 9—26 Cadet Hayes ;... ... 10 8— 18 186 160 356 Moss Vale. . ,H. Richardson - ... 27 - 26—53 T. Conlon ... ... . ... 25 12—37 F. Bray .. 18 18—36 E. E. Row ... ... ... 19 ? 11-33 J. Wotton ... ... ? ... 17 ? 15—32 D.Clifford... ... »» 24 4—28. ?T. Wado ... ... ...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [It mutt be distinctly understood that we do not necessarily identify ourselves with opinions expressed by correspondents.] Still One of us (To the Editor of the Scrutineer). [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 9 August 1892

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE* [It mutt It distinctly understood that tee do not necessarily identify ourselocs with opinions expressed by correspondents .] StiM ®ne off ms (.To the Editor of the Scrutineer J; Dear Sin, — I liavo to thank you for so kindly sending mo bo regularly copies of tho Scrutineer. I need not tell tlmt I am often tempted to bother you with artislw on locul subjects, for, although n long distance away, I still feel I am one of tho locals.. ? i: . . During the Insfc six montli3 I have been verj busy, i.c , getting into tlio routine of my department; but during tho next term X trust to be able to send you occasionally several notes on agriculture and other kin dred subjects, which may bo useful to your readers. Wishing you every success, I ara, truly yours, ALEX. GIBSON. Overseer, Hnwkesbury Agricultural Col lege, Riohmond. [\Ve thank our correspondent for his good wishes and shall be glad to reccivo his valu able contributions nnd publish dame for the benefit of our ...

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DINNER. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 9 August 1892

DTNNRH. In the ovening tho visitors wero entertained bv the local corps at a dinnor in tho Commercial Hotel. The tables were very neatly laid out, tho centres being ornamented with flowers and fruits, aud presented a very enticing appearance. Tho visitors (Hid friends to tho number of about 30 sat down to tlio amuntuons .repast provided and kent tlmnr Vuitiug : on tho tables vpry busy for somo time. After the inner man had -been satisfied the health ot '? fhe Visitors ' was proposed by the chairman, in a :very neat speech. .,In .responding. Captain Holduif thanked the 'members of tho Moss Vn'.o Reserves for tho courteous treatment bcatowedjon the visitors during this, .their first moating and on behalf of his company invited, the Moss.Vnle Reserves to Qonlbtun for tho return mateh.; He had (nueh pleasure in proposing ' Tlio , Mo?s. Vale Reserves.' Mr. Lambert, iu reply, complimontcd the vi'iitoi-3 on their win, and hoped to ceo Gonl burn. well. represented.. iit the next meuting rf ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 9 August 1892

M W'W'Will you b«b*bo m-minc, Miua Laura ? C-cau't you trust mo th-through Mifc, my angol V} asked the otuttcrina young man. ' 1 nm nfrahl not, Mr, Jcnkyua,' replied the objcct of his devo* tion. u I'm a littlo afraid to trust you. You havo broken your word a half dozen times in the last two miuutc3.' A Faiu, Bkautikul Skin*.— -^uipliolmo Soap gives tho natural tint and per .,1-liko blosm of q perfect complexion ; makes t1- .j|;in smooth, supple, healthy, comfortable. ^Su1 ''u'olinc coap, Gd tablets, Kverywhorc.-— Advt. To Daukkk Giu'y '? iIair.— Lockycr'a Sulphur Hair Restorer is tho quie'v^ beat, cafcat ; coata 1 lesr, effects more than n» / other. The color pro* j duced^io most naturr. Lockycr'a 3ulphur Is the only English hnirrestUcr universally cold. — At-vt. Liveb Complaints. — Dn Dandelion und Quinine Liver PIUh, with-;. id mercury, aro a potent romedy ; remove all Yy and otomach complaints biliououesa, head Lch' V' oicknesa, ohotildcr pains, heartburn, iwlif.T'.on, constipat...

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The March of Trade. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 9 August 1892

Tho SSiifcli of Trade. Amid tho general dullness, at'd as a rolief to tho contemplation of dispiriting evidoncos of depression, in tho crash of banks — bogus and otherwise — processions of everlasting ' un£-mplcyed,' and so forth, it isencourng ing to turn to something cheery in tho shape ;-f successful enterprise of trade rs affording perhaps substantial proof of tho s mndaoss of the social state at bottom, and an earnest of tho teller tlmn coming at.no distant date. An evidence of this kind is furnished in con nection with the history nnd recent ex traordinary develonmmit of the business concern known ns the Universal Drug Com pany, the j r igress of which will form nn in teresting chapter in ' the brief chronieles' of our time. Inasmuch as this particular industry was st irted Bome two or three years ago, it cannot bo said that its coming :o tho front among tho larcor commercial institu »*»/« 0 wf lUo colony ia -1uo -ia.anjr nban^ A_in the fiscal policy; which is to be regretted ...

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