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The Scrutineer. TERMS: [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 9 February 1892
' ^uElxc Sctutinccv. TERMS:. SmiSCHil'Tio.v 2/0 per' quarter prepoid; S/- if booked j charged only from tho time of commencing. Quarters end March 31, Juno 30/ September 30, December 31, at wliioh periods only can subscribers decline by giving a week's notice in writing direct to the- ottico— not through a local colleetor— and paying to the tlieii running quarter. Advkktiskjients— of less than one inch, I/, for the 'first two lilies and 3d. per line after ; longer advertisements, ' 3/- ' for the first inch and I/O for overy .subsequent inch. A' liberal reduction 'mado for standing advertiseiheiits.' Advertifcmeuts o births; inairiages, anil deaths, if sent by post, must be' authenticated by the signature cf some person known at the offieo, or '.they will liot be inserted. Advertisements will lie received up, to 6 p.m. on day . of -publication. .The liumbor of insertions slioijld, bo Avritten oil, tlio face, or tho advertise ments, will bo coutinncd till eountornianded. ? : Order's: ...
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 9 February 1892
. .'Well, Pat,' ' said a gentleman to an Ir'ishill'nii to whom ho had 'given a sovereign ?to cojpbrate the feaiivo season, ' did you on joy yourself on Christmas?' ' Imminse, yor. honor ! ' said Pat. . ,v , ' jVVhat did you. do said ; tho gentle man. ' ' ' Oi stharfed drinkin ' nt wan o'ejok on Christmas mornin',. an', ot foive o'clock Oi was thaf blind drunk that Oi fell asleep, an, neyef woke tiil 'twelye at' noight! , Oi. niver eujoyed mesilf so much' in me 'loife.,' thanks to her honor's giuerosity. , It's wishin' Oi ara that iyery day in tho year- M-aa^hristmas Day, an'.'.ivery other day as well!' ! Facto)ry BcTTBttiMAHKEr — ^lie. Produce Exchange co-Operates: with 400,000: citizens, to dispose of Factory and- Dairy Butter in Sydney, ' tlie 'nearest rtnd best market.— | Hawkbn.Js Vajjcb, 95 Siissex-s^rseC' i
ROBERTSON. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 9 February 1892
ROBERTSON. Tho annual picnic in connection with tho Wood lands Sunday School took place in Mr. Irvine's paddock on Thursday last, when a very large gathering was present. Thc eatables wero provided Ey tho pareuts of tlie children and others. During the afternoon tho children indulged in footraces, the money for Bamo being collected on tho ground, and was distributed by tho Rev. D, T. Smith and othcro. The young people enjoyed themselves in tho various out-deor amusements under tho oupervioion of tho Rev. J. Col well. The Ho v. J. Col well riropo3ed a vote of tliauks to all connected with tno Sunday school, and to Mr- II. Wilson for giviug hio building for religious purposes. In the cvoning a social was held when tho attendance was again larfjo end parlor games were indulged iu- Oil Wednesday aftefhoon last a child (aged about four years] of Mr. W. Brookcr'c, of KUngaloon, fell aceicfcntally into thc fire, and v/asfoo severely burnt that it died in about five hours from thc cfFecto. ...
RIFLE SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 9 February 1892
RIFLE SHOOTING. The usual monthly shooting took place at the range Browley on Saturday, 30 J an., and 'Wednesday, 3rd. Feb, Appended are the scores : — ™ yds Hep. ,Ttl. Prize J. Watte ? 20 29 7 65 30a. F. Wotton ... 2 (i 26 7 69 20a. J. Wotton ... 22 20 16 58 15a. H. O. Lambert... 31 24 2 57 10a. H. Richardson ... 28 25 4 57 10s. H. Coleman ... 27 24 0 51 5s. F. Bray ? 26 29 1 56 5s. C, Taylor ... 22 27 .5 54 5s. W. Jones ' ... 30 15 6 51 W. Bell ? 29 13 8 50 G. Bailey ... 25 21 3 49 J. Tibbets ... 20 2 21 43 J. flaylor 7 10 6 23 G. Giving 24 17 1 42 E. E. Row 4 4 21 29 1). Clifford 9 19 16 44
CRICKET. WILD'S MEADOW V. FITZROYS. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 9 February 1892
ORIOKET. Wild's Meadow v. Fitzroys. A match between tlio above clubs was played at tho Show Ground on Saturday afternoon last, and resulted in a win for tho visitors, who deserve praiao for their fielding, scarcely a chancc being missed. For tho visitors 15. Hawkins (19), A. Browu (14), and J. Cupitt (15) ocorcd best, whilo F. Waller (22) and I. Cullcn (14) did good eervico for the homo team. F. Brcakwcll captained tho visitors, and I. Cullcn olliciatcd in a like capacity or the lucal men. Messrs. D. Bush and H. Hornby officiated as umpires for tho Wild's Meadow and Fitzroys respectively. Subjoined &ro tho individual scores Wild's Meadow. E. Hawkins, run out ? 19 E. Dunne, b Dunn ? 1 A. Brown, run ont, bW. Cullcn ... 14 H. Maekic, b Waller ? 3 J. Cupitt, 1 b tt\ b Wightley ? 15 S. Wright, b Wightley ? ... 0 J. Wright, b Wightley ? 0 F. Breakwell, not out ? ; 5 J. Montgomery, b Wightley ? 2 A. Parker, b Wightley ? 1 B. Lackey, b Wightley ? 0 Sundries ? ? ... 9 Total ? ? ... 6...
EVENTS TO COME: SHOWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 9 February 1892
EVENTS TO COME : S1I0\7!J. Berruna District Show, second weel: in March; Robertson Show, March 2 and 3, 1892. Crookwcll P. and A. Acoociation, March 10th and 11. Goulburn Agricultural Society, March 21 and 23. Kiama A. Association, Wednesday, Thursday, and Fridiy, 27tli, 28th, ami 29th January, 1892. En tries close January Gtli.
ADVICE TO A YOUNG MAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 9 February 1892
ADVIOE TO A.YOUNG MAN. Never whip your brain. AU high pres sure is dangerous. Study to think as q uietly and as easily oa you broatho. Never forea yourself to learn what yon havo no talent for. Knowledge without lovo remains a life loss mapufacture, not a living growth. Be nnntnnt t.o bo iMornnt of mnnv tbitias that you may Ithow ono thing well, and that tho thing which God especially ondowod you to know. It requires firo to fuse tho materials of thinking, no le3s than to molt tho irou iu the foundry. But remember this, ho vever strong you may bo, physically, to striko a blow, and howover sharp, intellectual^', to rocognize a a faot and discorn a difforonoo, your sucsosa in tho gamo of lifo dopondo on tho st-riou3 culture which you givo to the third formativo force in human character, you moral nature; nnd of the rightful supremacy of this ol_o mont a comprohonsivo expression 13 found in - tho right simplo word lovo. On thio all prophets, poots, and philosophorsnro ogrood. —Prof. Bl...
ECHOES. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 9 February 1892
ECHOES. (By Kaxoai.oon). A eoitnin ebronielcr of current events in tlio time of Napoleon's grand army duly nut down that tlioy (tho army) lirst marched up tlie hill and tlion marched down again. If this ancient ccrilic were in tlio flesh to-d,i- and cent to 'do' tho great International CricWct Match lie would note that tlio groat and alleged invincible English team in their fioi.fiml mninoi first marched in and then inarched out again. I mot one of John Bull's admirers op- J positc tlio pobt-olfico yesterday and on my sympa thising with him he lixed bio ey.i on coino fur dia- ] tant object in the direction of Arabii, and strode , olT muttering something about the buried aches of crlcUet- Ho didn't even notice my invitation to tho customary tipp'c, his mental powers being so deter minedly focusscd upon tho subject ol his thoughts; We can beat tho English ill other things besides crieliot, but this being the English national gamo of centuries they have only to emtio to this country to...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 9 February 1892
Grand Plain and Fancy DDUEiag!?) HB&ILIL (In Aid of the Waratah Cricket GhtbJ WILT, BE HELD IN THE CENTENNIAL HALL, LIOSS VALE, OS FRIDAY, 19th FEBRUARY. Good Music. Refreshments Provided. Tickets-double, ca ; single, 3s. A. E. ELLIOTT, ? ? Hon, Sec. Aancttii©no gallca. SALE 0 FKUIT. . pMSfeflRD XifrPl p\AfsClai:;'011 to-morrow vV-^l'Weduc^aV/W?rERNOON at MOSS VAM ^AXLWA^^a ,1'A'l, lON, at 2 o'clock sharp SALES EVEl^ WEDNESDAY. ' . .An-Btill®im SnUes. FemilEir© Bale.' E TAIL0B.^ff ^N! EiTAVErcccivcdiustructionunow* ir Robertson to [L cell by public rme'ron ('„? Jj On tl'O J i7c mu/c^ } /i II Ojiposita 'j.)s 'aio\^odt'Onicpl jj Oil Sat'^lay fcjdxt,- Feb r a ar-y/jj 3 til, f O^/quAJPOTY OF FURIIv'i'/jflE, (IJ jT A'ONSIriTISO ^lloiMo Bed/Uad yutr-opring Mattress, Chest Dr WZ'Jt Wnr^:!..ind Toilet Table, Looking Gla£a, J/1 J2s6 king Chair, Spring Sofa, 7 CancJfjiitura, Pictures, Fender, OH-cloth, Micuioan Clock, 2 Single Bcdntcads, small Spring Mattress, Crockery, Tub3, Boilers,...
THE LARKIN FRAUDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 9 February 1892
THE LARKIN FRAUDS. ' Tlio Melbourno llcruhl on Siturday week, | writing of thoso nllogod fr.iu Ifysiys ' th'o'| figures below nro all siiuo 1888, f ir somo of j tho syndicates woro floated then, aiil t^.g/^u - 1 knowlogo, ot loaat £10 000 lj: monoy wos paid him thou : — ; Leases to pcoplo by privato loans . ; . ?' and joint speculations with - Larkin, lieing money actually .? - paid over to him ? .. 300 - 0 : 0. Moiiey ohtaiued from members ot ? ' '. syndicates to meet bills, and re tained liy Larkin (likely to bo ; , 5 largely increased) ... ? .. 12,000 0 0 Duo to tradespeople in connection ; . .'with', lite household expense* : and, high living ... ... ... 4io00 0 0, Borrower's repoymenta never : . aceonnted for ? ? ... 24,000 0 0 South Wharf Storago Company . ? (proposed to be forfeited) ... ? 12,500 0 0 Defalcations to South Melbourne Building Society, admitted by : ; ' i him ? ? 46,000 0 0 Trust money upon which : he . . . .1 : paid interest, but failed to in- 1 vest ... ... .....
LOCAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 9 February 1892
LOCAL ITEMS. Tnc next meeting of thoL idies' Working Society I will bo held at tho Vicaracc, Sutton Forest, on I Friday afternoon next at half-past three. | Tlie following letter hao been handed to us by i Mr. M 'Court, M.I\, for publication Department ' of Lands, Sydney, 20th January, 1S92. Sir, — I [ havo to ajknowledgc receipt ot au application pre sented by you from tho honorary accrctary Burra wang Vigilanco Committee, respecting tlie procla mation of Harmaiwjtrcct Station-street aud Railway street, Burrawang, as public thoroughfares, and to , inform you that tho matter lias been sent to the I surveyor for report. I am to add that a further ' communication will bo mado to you whou a decision 1 in this case baa been kiven.—I have, eto,,_WM; ( Houhtos, Undor-Sccrotaryf To William MoCourfc, JCsq.,M.l\ 1 Tho gentlemen will fdiortly give a return ball to I tho Indies of the Wingccarrihco district. J There wcro only oi^ informal votes given on thc occasion of tlie election of AMcriue...
SIR MORRELL MACKENZIE [?]EATH FROM SYNCOPE FOLLOWING INFLUENZA. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 9 February 1892
. ? SIR MORKELL MAOKUNZCE' :^-E3iTU FROM SYNCOl'E FOLLOWING ! , - INFLUENZA. I ^ j London*, Tliui.idny. — Tlio detrli is ^''ani-ouncod5of Sir Morroll . Mno!-euzio, (ho .eminont -pnysicinn, aged 55 Tho rnuso of denth wassyncopo foil iwing upon iafluoi:zi. [Tho late 8ir Morroll Mackonzio, M.D., was born at Loytonohiro, E-sox, in 1837. Ho wah oducatod at tho TmndoD Hotpitul j and tho modioal Bchools at Paris nnd Vionno, and bad tho M 1). dogroo of tlio University of London. Sir Morroll had boon for somo | yoara physician to tho London Hospital, nnd j loctured nt that institution on disoiseB ottho throat. In recognition of his sorvices t - hor i nuguat rolativo, (ho lato Eniporor Fredorick, J hor Majesty conform! a knighthood upon i Dr, Mackonzio in 1888. Shortly boforo his j doath tho Emporor nlao conferrod upon Sir } Morrell tho Grand Oroas of tho Ilohenzollorn j Ordor, with tho Star of tlio saino Ordor. To | vindicate his troatinont of tho Into Emporor | ho publishod in 1888 'Tho Fnt...
HOW BISMARCK PROPOSED. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 9 February 1892
HOW. BISMARCK PROPOSED. At tho timo of lior marriage the girl v/lio is novr Bismark'a wife rolinquisbod a ntimo which would not havo misbecome tho horoino of a Bab Ballad — von Puttkammer, writea t}10 fe.uptess Wilhelmina in d oketch of tho '' ^?gmarok in the ' Ladies Home ulS.Frauloin Johanna wqq a moat :mm modest country maiden Si-wlwn ntfl,a ? &, .ana 8jje Wa3 brideo ^Vto von Bismarck j-Vianded young forfiroeating arcoly havo of twico c,0'g people, 7 /eoonor mot _ i^u™5joner looked tuaiW^®?iS^aal Dc;'^-' ' s it woo that imraedrateljC^ return from tho weddir.g young'Otto wrote to tlie parental Puttkamraer, with whom, by the way, ho had not tho slightest acquaintance, demand ing tho haud of tho Fraulien Johanna in mar riage. Tho patornal Puttkammer ooemo to havo boon somewhat of a diplomatiot, for without committing himself to oilker a con sent. or refusal, after learning from his Jaughtor that oho cared for young Otto, ho wrote inviting that estimable young gontlo man to v...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 9 February 1892
DR. FLETCHER'S PILLS. £50 FOR CIRCULARS. We beg to notify that wo have bought back tho circulars sent out with Dr. l'lctchcr'o Pills dunug 1801. Tho whisky botttlo contained 2128 pills, and wo bought the forms front tho following gentlemen at tho followiug prices : — A. Bauer's, Kilkivan, Queensland, for £25 J. M. IVnzer's, Hardingc-st., Auck., NX £ ] 0 G. Paroipicn'8, 70D Toorak-rd., Melb, £5 \V. H. Pudderphat's, East Wotlonga, Vic, £1 G. RusseH's Markct-st., Adelaide, £3 J . Marshall's, Strath Hcgley, Tasniania, £2 1'j. W. Gillin's, Avon^ido, Cli'tchnrch, N.Z , £1 For New \ c:-r, 18S3, we have filled a laico Cle ments Tonic bottlo with Dr. Fletchcr'3 Pills, ntid wo enclose a circular with every shilliii' box of them, 011 which our friends aro rcqucstoiito write a number, nnd we agree lo buy hack tlio circular for £25 for tho first one to hand which bears tho number corrcspondin;: nearest to tlin number of pills in the bottlo : £10 for tho sccond ; £3 for tho third ; and £4, £.'J, ...
BOWRAL VOLUNTEER COMPANY [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 9 February 1892
BOWRAL VOIU.\ ThEll COMPANY 'the following is the order of tW parades for tho Bowrnl H. Company V. I .. ? ' ' . V January ;10, 3 p.m., dull \rdei ; skeleton battalion -li ill. \ February 20, 3 p.m., drill oioVj- ; coinuany . drill. . V .! March o, 3 p.m., (lrill_ ordei\ bayouo ?: cxcereiso and guard duties. -V. March 19, 10 a.m., drill order, vWNi great: coats,- water-bottles, lniversacksX with dinners j fiojd (h'lug ! wliolo day pVraile.
MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS. MOSS VALE. DECLARATION OF THE POLL. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 9 February 1892
MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS MOSS VALE. j DECLARATION OT THE POLL. 1 Thcro was fair nprinkling of thc ratepayers gathered in tho vicinity of tho Municipal Council Chambers, Moss V»Jc, on Saturday n'tcrnoon, awaiting thc declava'aon of thc poll which opened at 8 a.m. that day, nnd thc health of thc candidates was more than once honored in anticipation, though not with any concealed intention of bribery and corruption. Thc recording of votes proccoilcd with thc greatest reguhnty, Mr. N, H. Throsby (the Mayor) officiating with customary tact in thc capacity of rctur»iu;;«ofiiccr. Only about twenty miuuteo elapsed after the last voters left the polling placc until the Mayor appeared with thc numbers, which were announced ao follows : — II. C, Ro.sk (elected) .. ? 120 John 12. Adams (cloctcl) ? 89 H. Riciuunsox (eleoted) ? 80 Capt.J. J. Waltehs ? 72 Edwaud Aland ... ... ... 41 Informal ... ... ' ... ... 0 In renponno to calls each of the candidates dnlivnrnil i W. lo nf tU tnba The oilicial decla...