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Robertson. ASSOCIATION MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 9 August 1892

Robertson. ( From Our Correspondent.) ASSOCIATION MEETING. A committeo meeting of the C troop association was held on Saturday ovening. Sergt. Major Wood occupied tho chair ; tlio following wcro also present :-Scrgts. E. Blencowe and M. Hanrahan. Cnrp T Seory, Trooper L. Humphries, Geo. Whito I nnd J. Cirrs (secretary). Tho . minutes of the previous meeting were read and adopted. _ Sergt. ilanrohio and Trooper Carra then lnnded in their rcsignatiou which was accepted. oergt. ii. uion cowe waa elected ti fill tho vacancy. Farrier Sergeant Tatlow and Lnnco Corporal J . Ilninphries wero appointed au liters. Trooper Kcrwick handed in his resignation as committec-man. Trooper J. Parker was elected to (ill tho vacancy. It was dccided to open nn account in tho Commercial Bank. The meeting thon adjourned till that night week. A carbine practice of the C Troop took jdacc on Saturday on their range 011 Lieut. McKvilly flats. Lanco Corp. J. Humphries and Trooper Brusill oclcctcd teams, and at ...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Justices' Justice. (To the Editor of the Scrutineer). [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 9 August 1892

Justices' Justice. (To the Editor of the ScrutineirJ. ? Sir, — From your report of recent prosecu tions (I almost wrote persecutions) in the Moss Vale police couit I notice what I might fairly call an exemplification of 'Justices' justice.' Justice, indeed ! I allude to two cases only. One a highly respectable store keeper who pleads guilty to breaking H16 Municioal Council's bv-laws and is nominally fined the sum of Is. Then note. A poor struggling widow (also highly respectable), unintentionally and unknowingly— of course — has her cows straying. Now, sir, this was a far less grave offence th in the former — not that I say the bench were even justified in fining the defendant in that case. But, per haps, just because the defendant now iis a widow, and ' tho wind should be tempered to the shorn lamb,' mark that in this case the bench inflict a fine of 10s. (ten shillings). Verily one may enquire : Where is law and justice in this? It only proves that when Swift said : ' La ws are l...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SHELWOOD! CHAPTER VI. IN THE RECESS. (CONTINUED). [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 9 August 1892

SHELWOOD 1 ' ' ' 1 is-.' [By E. J. COOLING.] CHAPTER VI. In tub Recks.-), (continued). 'That,' replied Mr. Forest, 'You will bo unable to do, as my nephew is unfortunately away just now.' 'That is rntlier unfortunate but wlien do yon oxpcct lum in, r.ir? ' ' He will not return for a couple of months nt tlio earliest ns lie is gone for a pleasure trip.' 'Oli !' exclaimed tlio man cvulnntly dis appointed llien lie don't I; now nothing about tins, of cour*c.' ' No, it happened Hint nfter he left; lie muat have been gone ten minutes or so v/lien it occurred.' Tim detective drew in Ins lips. ' Do you mean sir ho wno at Ins ollico yesterday in in that room at the timo tho gontleman was in here tilking to you V 'Ye3, he clime for a slioi t time in tho morning to aininrjc n feu- nmttcia before leaving, 'Then perhaps he might bo able to toll us Eomotlnng after all if only wo lmd liini ; do you think wo could manage to cull him buck, sir?' ' To what purpose Donaldson? It would bo only needles...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Robertson Agricultural Society. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 9 August 1892

Robci tson Agricultural Socicty. (From Our Correspondent.) Tho monthly meeting of the executive committee was held in tho School of Arts on Thursday even ing last, thero being present Messrs. T. Secry (president) W. Braining, J. IS. Williams, D. Fraser, J. Vandenbergh, J. Jones, II. McEvilly, H. Johnston, J. T. Stone, W. Noble, J. Brooker, \V. White, R. Moses, and R. G. Ferguson (sec.) Tlte minutes of the previous meeting wero read and adopted. An account for £1 143 0d was passed for payment. A letter was read from the aecretary of tho Berrima Distriot Agricultural Society asking if tho Robortson Society would co-oporato in holding a ploughing match under the auspices of the two societies. Mr. J. E. Williams moved that tho secretary bo instructed to writo to tho Soeioty informing them that they wero not prepared at present to join in with tho movement; seconded by Mr. R. Moses' and carried. Tho following wero appointed as groundcom mittee for tho ensuing year Messrs. W. White, R. Mo...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 9 August 1892

r, . Dtafocp.JIwiJNoisco, Dischru-c-c:, £c„ jforiATXCk * .,, l'©l' liOfrittKC STAiiDmd, complctcly.and pwrlinlicrat^ ' ??i' cnrcd. by the., new and 'entirely 'succcssful Electro* MedicatJorfTriatrata*. -SliLF'Arcjjfcyjiii ? ? Ear-drmao not at All aoccrcary. Advice and N.B.— Professor HorviyV'EIcktric Head Daltyn WbeNiIy qnj.pilitnled thtougtiou.t.tJi?-Virorti!( tyi Decoiiativk Pai.s'tin'o asd Ah Needlework. — Mrs. Woodward wishes to inform the residents of Moss Vale and tho surrounding districts that she will rcccivo pupils for tho above. Terms 014 appli cation. Argylo-street. Moss Vale. — Advt. Public Notice. — Young ladies desirous of learn* ing Art Needlework anil Decorative Painting are informed that classes are now being organised for that purpose. For terms nnd particulars apply to Mrs. H. Woodward next Aid. Richardsons, Argylo ' street. Moss Vale. — Advt. ! *»* Secretaries of societies, lodgca, clubs, etc.; in tho district, nro urged to givo us early notice of all meeting it ...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 9 August 1892

Wxi Scfittmccr. ?' TERMS ' - StfBSCiurrKvs 2/G per quarter prepaid ; S/* il 1i6okod ; charged onlj from tho time of commencing. Quarters end March 31, Juno 30, September 30, December 31, at which periods only can subscriber* declino by giving a week's notice in writing direct 'td the office — not through a local collcotor — and paying to tho then running quarter. Advbutisemests — ot lens than one inch, !/? lor ,the first two linen and 3d. per line after ; longer advertisements, 3/- for the first 'inch and 1/0 for crery oubsequent inch. A liberal reduction mado ?'or standing advertisements. Advertisements o birth o, mairiages, and deaths, if sent by post, must be authenticated .by the signature of some person known at the otticc, or they w ill not be inserted. Advertisements will be received up to 6 p;m. on Hay of publication. Tho number* of insertions should be written on 'tho face, or the advertise* msnts will be continued till countermanded. ; Orders for withdrawing, altering, or ...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 9 August 1892

Loch! jmmI Ci!eiiicra!l. Bkrrima District Socialist League.— A branch of the Australian Socialistic Lcnguc has been formed at Mittngonc. Mr. J. Dwyer (one of the executive) v/ab elected District Hon. Secretary, and instructed to correspond with headquarters in Sydney. Arrangements were made to propagate socialism throughout the district and organise such as were already cocinli3t3 in tho dist. let, and the head quarters were fixed at Mittagong. The red flag was hoisted for the 'first' time in Mittagong on Sunday last and nocialiatic addresses delivered by come of the league. Tiie Mmti-r.Rous Assault Case is Berrima.— , At the Central Criminal Court the prisoner named George No!mey was arraigno l on an mdictuiont charging him that ho did, at Berrima, on July 18, maliciously wound one Sidney Jainca Ncbbctt with intent to do grievous bodily harm. According to I ho case for the Crown the prisoner, who is a con* finec in Benima, was employed on *.he day in ques tion nt tho wood heap, and...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 9 August 1892

SpcrJol AdvcrHscmcnts H0 Rlf5HMDSWq MOSS VALE, ffpholotoror, Froncli Polish tr, Piclaro Itaimcr. C: c. ALMIOK Stock of Furniture, Bedotcado- nnil Bedding, Carpct3, Matting, Linoleum, Door Mats, &c.» always on hand. Spring Roller and Venetian lttmdo, mr-.do and fitted or repaired. ~GOIWfJlERGIAl BANKING- ; COMPANY. Established 1S31. Incorporated 1849. Hoad OlilCB -3i:owir Stri:et, Svusr.v. CAPITAL ? ^uuO.OOO RESERVE FUIJD ? £070,000 RrsanVF. for Eqi'ausation of Dividksds ? SlflO.OOO Money rcceivo-.l at Interest and all other usual Banking Busincsa^ransaeted. E. KVERARD ROW, Ma.n'aoi;u, UOSO VALE BEAIICH. . w, 1L PALI N&'&oaT i&.Hr.aii'EpasD. r- Estabusiikd 185?- IscoiiroiUTRD 18S3. Sole Agents for PIANOS hy Stcimvay and Sons, Julius Fenrich, UcWel anl Lechleiter, Carl Kclce, The Victor, The liolling : and for the world-renowned KSTICY OKOANS nnd 15 0 o a e y ' 0 H r a s a 11 a 11 d Instruments. roircrwil Provideraof I'lANOTORTlCS, OUOAN^, MUSIC, and MU...

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ADAM'S ADVANTAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 12 August 1892

ADAM'S ADVANTAGE. -Adam was tho firnt man who lived upon the earth ; He never ha-l a mother, not even at nia birth ; He never had tho measles, nor yet the scarlet fever ; Ere was the only girl about— so he did not dcccivc her. He Brew nn all nt once, and nover wore short *' pints He never had a grandpa, he hadn't even aunts : | He never' 'vote an outing shirt, nor eliocs of yellow I hue ; In ndvcral.rcspccts he had 'way the best of you. Adam never went to school and studied leaaon hard, | . Nor inapir.it iona lud to become n famous bard ; He never failed in business, nor was left without a penny ; Ho never had a. hired girl, bccause there wasn't nny; He never used tho telephone, nor saw a view marine, Nor viewed with languid interest a liickol-in-tlie slot-machine : He never wont to church and sat in a horrid pow ; In several respects he had 'way the best of you. He never ran for ollice, nnd in tho papers brigltt - Saw of himself a picturo which was an awful fright ; Ho neror heard ...

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Selected Poetry. A VEGETABLE MAID. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 12 August 1892

J ' ? Selected Poetry. ' A VEGETABLE MAID. (nv AUNTIE, T.ONDOS.) 1 In glancing through tho 'ads' of all tho daily papers, From tlio ' strong and activo girl' io tho 'lady lor tho drapers.' In the ' aStuations vacant,' through which I duly wade, There's nono that takes my fancy like the vegetable maid. Lottuco try tn picturo her— coinmcneiugattho top, Of courso her h:ad (of cclery) i3 ourn-ountcd by n crop Of fem called inaidcn-hair, 00 dcliehto and green, Which needs tho uso of monkcy's-cap to keep it nice and clean. Descend ft littlo lower an l her cars (of wheat) dcscry, Perchance thoy may lie barloy, or oats, or oven rye. With checks a littlo radish, aud a turnip noso (to smell), Her month a stalk of tnlips— which nre cherry red as woll We must not fail to mention, though it cause you somo surpriso— That sho beota an old potato in possessing great black eyes, . But, ilnliko that poor old tuber's, hers can both yblinVahd flash, , ; Ant} certainly aro not cut. out whon going for a ...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 12 August 1892

K10BBHSLA88 ENOUMRV & DRESSMAKING. MISS- i0L0NY HAS much ploayuro in announcing to tho LADIES of &1088 YALE and SUR ROUNDING DISTRICTS that she is JUST OPENING her , tag* 1M1 Assorted Season Stock * —OF — * ; EjVenncDii {and Eongliasilln Mfilliitery, Mlafs, BSomiets, Birds. Wangs. crDa*nnTOnnn-S3ntf-y, HYnsmmiiBiigs,. IEdc«, Dress ^ MntenrSnlls fnn (DHnctt'u©4 TTwecdly. Serges, lFancy DDresa (Roodls mnncH IVntmnnDiirfEigs. ? I Equal in Style and Price to any House in Sydney, A FIRST-CLASS STAFF OF DRESSMAKERS FROM SYDNEY OS PREMISES STYLE AUD FIT GUARANTEED, ' ? o ? : — ORDERS BY POST PUNCTUALLY ATTENDED TO. ( NOTE THE ADDRESS: OPPOSITE THE NEW POST OFFICE, AT? GYLE STREET, M03S VALE SHOPPING 33 V POST. THE CELEBRATED ORIENT jMffifi Men's Winter First quality Tweed Snits, splendid value 40a | Regulation .SenSFsnits, fa«t colors ... 45k Kxtni quality Tweed Suits do. 4.'»s [ Cheviot ScryoJaiiU, fast, colon ... 50a Spceii.l quality Tweed Suits do. uos I Kxtra cjimlii ja...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 12 August 1892

Pactouy Bottrr Market. —T,-re Produce ! Exchange co-operates with 40^,000 citizens, to dispose of Eactory and T^^firy Butter in Sydney, tho nearest and 'Vlicst market. — Hawkp.n- & Vanch, 95 Su;^»c-street, Sydney. To Cuke Skis I)iskas/'.— Sulpholii o Lotion quickly drives away erupt', Ins, pimples, blotches, redness, eczema, acne„ di' ligurements, rouahuces, aud acurf, &o , lcavii g /y clear spotless skin and beautiful complexion. fcMlpholino is a necessity for tbo skin, especially it/ hot climates, Made in London, Sold everywhere,— Auvr.

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
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Advantage of Good Looks. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 12 August 1892

Advantage of (Good Djoofos, : At a rocont meeting of the Board of Education, among tho recommendations of tho. coinuiitteo on finance was the appoint ment of Miss Eoso A. Eodgate, of Brooklyn, as a stenograph 3r iu tha office of tho tlnrk of the board (says a New York paper') Bofore tbp vote was taker), OomnPf,siouor O'Brien moyod to snbstiluto tlio name -of Miss Hattio L. M'Carthy for that of Miss Eodgate. ' Gentleman,' he said, ' would you know why Mjetj M'Oartby was not recommended for tho place by our committ«e of finance? Tho objection to hor was that sho is good looking. Gentleman, that is ilje first time since I have boen a ra?mb:r of this board that I have known, of acomm:t eo objecting to the handiwork of the A'mighty. I do not profess to bo an luimani'.arian.J^t I do not fear a beautiful woman.' XiVhen tl)e vote wns taljen Miss SlcCaW iy.- was elected by a JiancJcomp mnjorjty. '// ? ;{

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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POSTAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 12 August 1892

POSTAL. Mosh Valr. — Mails nrrivo from Sydney and intcrmcdiitc stations daily (Sundiyo excepted) at 12*50 n m and 2 p in ; Bcrrima at noon nnd 9.30 p ni Sutton Forest nt 9 p m ; lNowra and Shoal* haven districts at 1.15 am; Robertson nnd Burrawang daily (Saturdays excepted) nt 2 a in ; Goulhurn and South daily (Sundays excepted) at 2.50 a m. Mails close for Sydney and intermediate' stations daily (Saturday excepted) at 9.30 p m, also by express nt 9 a in (Sundays and Mondays excoptcd) ; Goulhurn nnd South at 9.30 p mand lam; Nowrn, Shoalhnvcn, Burra wang, and Robertson at 80 p in ; Bcrrima nnd Sutton Forest ut 0.30 p m ami 1.30 p m ; Meryla Wednesday and Saturday at 2.30 p.m. Letter receiver at railway ntation clcarcd daily at 12.30 a in ; tho two others at 0.15 p m daily. The porjt oftiso opens from 9 a m till G p m, nnd tho telegraph otlico from 9 a m till 8 p m Post otlico opens on opens on Sundays from 9 till 10 a m for delivery of letters only. Letter earner leaves ollico daily...

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Berrima Gaol and Its Inmates. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 12 August 1892

^ Bcrriinn ffinol and its Inmates. 4. writer . on tho Australian Star Ihus I clevorly ir.dividualisos somo of tho characters ' who appoaied in tho rocont murdorou.il assault caso at Borrima when hoard in tlio I Central Criminal Court. Evidently tho Slar ' roporter has talont for ho ha3 koonlv analysed I character in his graphic slcotch no follows : — Tlio prisonor, n tall nthletie-loolting follow, apparently about 35 ycai'3 of ago, was ur raingod on a eliargo of stabbing llio senior war/lor of Uorrinia Gaol. During tho pro gress of tho caso ho showod, umong other thi'ugs, that lio was possessed of groat intolli genco, and was fluont of speech, nun in the preparation and conduct of his caso ho dis closed real ability. In liiseross-oxnmination of tho witnossns, also, the questions wore so skilfully put that had ho boon nt the tablo nllottod for tbo uso of tho legal gentl'mon ho might justly have been taken for a praetit ionor of more than avorago ability. Dressed iu ordinary clothop, ...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
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RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 12 August 1892

RAILWAY. Down Trains. — A mail train loaves Sydney daily (Sundays excepted) at 9 p m, Cnmphclitown 10. S, Victon 10.53, Mittagang 12 12 am, Bowral 12.19. Moss Vale 12.40, anivingat Goulhurn at 2.20, and Alhnry 11.55. The Melbourne express leaves Sydney daily (Saturdays and Sundays excepted) at 5.15 p ni, MUtncong 8, Bowral S 8, arriving at Moss Vale at 8.20, leaves nt 8.45, arrives at Goulburn at 10.8 nud Alhury 5.50 a m. A passenger train leaves Sydney daily (Sundays excepted) at 9.30 a m, Mittagong 12.40 p in, Bowral 12.34, Mops Vole 1.35, Goulburn 3.10. A touriat train leaves Sydney every Saturday at 7.55 a m, Pict-on 9.55, Mittngong 11.5, Bowral 11,12, Moss Vale 11.35, arriving at Goalbnrn at 2.20 p m. A second tntirist train leaves Sydnev every Saturday at 2.28 p in. Mittigouu5.30, Bownl 5.37, and arrives at Mos* Vale nt 5.50. A passenger train leaves Sydney for Picton at 5.17 p.m., an I a mixed train leaves Picton for Mittngong at 7.57 p m. Ur Tuains. — A mail train leaves Alb...

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F. L. Barker & Co.'s Report. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 12 August 1892

IF. IT;. ffinsi'Isei* Si dJo.'a UStiparfc. Pigs: Largo supplies again forward and prices still very low. Best porkers are now worth 3id per lb. Bacon pigs 2:id per lb. ' . Calves 1 Prices easier for large vealers, but prime small oalves up tq 1!)Q Jbn, !)!'0 gelling yell up to 30s per head, . ;? ?? ??? . . ' Sheepskins; Market nun i oesi- ury iuu-woautii .j^d to 5Jd ; niC'Jiuin. 4d to 4Jd j pelts and short 2$d to3id: greenskins, superior up to 70iVj long woolled 33d to 53d ; thorts lOd to 25d each. ; Bark: Market unaltered. Best southern chopped £(i to £7; medium and light, £4 to £5 I0j; iu fc.iir £1 to £3 per tin. I

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CHURCH NOTICES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 12 August 1892

CHURCH NOTICES. I Church of England. Sutton Forest. — 1st and 3rd Sundays in tho month at 3 p.m. : 2nd and 4th Suudays in the month at 11 a.m. and HolylComtnuuion ; 5th Sunday at 3 1 p.tn. Moss Valk.— 1st aud 3rd Sundays iu the month at 11 a.m. and Holy Communion; every I unday at 7.30 p.m. Bcndanoon. — 2nd and 4th Sundays in tho month at 3 p.m. : 5th Suudays in the month at 1 1 a.m. and Holy Communion. Exkter — Wednesday (on or before full moon) 7.30, HoLLYTiroRPK (Cross Roads— Thursday (on or be fore full moon) 7.30 p.m..— Rev. A. G. Stoddart; Bong Bong (Christ Church) — Divine Service every Sunday morning at 1 1 a.m.; Mount Ashhy (St. Thomas) — Every Sunday at Ap.no. ; Address to cl'itdren first Sunday in month ; choir practice every Wednesday at 7 p.m. Y'arrnn^a--Second Sunday iu every month at 3 p.m. All seats are free.—' W, A. Lee*V B. A. Holy Trinity, Bkrrima. Birrima, every Sunday at 1 1 j second andfourth undays iu tho month at 7. Jtev, G. Sheppard, B,A. Cr iss Roads, first...

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A Good Merchant [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 12 August 1892

A -Uo»(i Mci chant Our columns contain an advertisement of Sir. Arthur S. Searle. Managcts of butter factories would especially do well to note samo for Mr. Scarlo has the best and cheapest stock of ' oils for machinery, cylinder oils and separator oil in Sydney. Every such requisite is kept iu stock by Mr. Searle at his S.vduey warehouse nnd bulk stores at Reilfern. Those requirin? such .goods should send for samples anil prices or call on Mr. Krnrlo when iu Sviluey to inspect a stock of india-rubber goods, such ns, for extent and vaiietjr, cannot bo approached south cf the equator, and is unsurpassed in any part of the globe, asat tho India-rubber, Gutta 1'crclia, and Telegraph Works Company, Limited. Engineers well know the value of rubber valves for engines, piston-packing, hydraulio nnd rock diill lioso, washers aud sheots for joints of every description, nnd numerous other articles. Special mention must bo made of rubber and canvas belting (unaffected by heat, cold, -op damp),...

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CATHOLIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 12 August 1892

Catholic. Moss Vale 9.30 a ju* and 7 30 p.m. j Sutton Forest 11.— J. Walsh.

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