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CHURCH OF ENGLAND [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 9 February 1892

CHUECH OP EETGLATTO Bong Bong (Christ Church)— Divine Service y^ySttndwmoniing at 11. a.m. ; Mount Aehbv (bt. Inomau) — livery Sunday at 3p.m. ; Yarrunga — second Sunday in ovory month at 3 u 111 All ccats aro free — W. A. Leosh, B.A. ' Holy Trinity, BEimniA. Birriina, every Sunday at 11 ? firat. third, and men sunuays m tlio month at 7, ? Itov. G. Sheppard, B,A. Cr jss Roads, first and third Sunday at 7: Hllgh Itango, second Sunday at 3, Belanglo, fourth Sunday at 3, St. Stephen's, MrrrAnoNa, ; ? Services every Sunday II a.m., and 7-30 » m Colo Vale, every Sunday at 3 p.m. P Lower Mittagong, sccond 8uuday in tho month, at 3 ' Jcllorc, fourth Sunday iu the month. atSnm St. Simon & St. Judi-.'s Bowral ' pivino Servico every Sunday at 11am and 1 in ? p.ih. Children's Sorvico on tlio last Sunday of month at 3.15 p.m. Short Servico every Thurs day evening at 7.30 p.m,— John W. Dobenham. . .M.A., Incumbent.

Publication Title: Scrutineer, The
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IMPORTANT MINING OPERATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 9 February 1892

IMF OR TA AT 2T LYING .. Ql'ER .1 TIONS. Few 'people are awdrc perhaps of (Ik/ impb.-trnee and ni:ignitmlo of the mining opoihtions liO(ng earned on at liungonia. i here is overy prospect of a rich 1111111112 centre being eatablished there: Mr Warden Wilshuo informs ns tint oil a recent visit to the locality he found. aptive operations flojng o»i, particularly at the bpi-Jesb.ip Compauy's works, repicaeutuig i-00,000 capital, tins company has s'.irtoil to construct a . daiir oijjjtlic Niirlgigoiuar Creek at:tlie c03c of somo £10,003. AVhin completed it will contain d body of water some three anil a half milei long and a ini!o wide. This water will be pumped ton height of 130 feetiinto a race, 5omo J-l miles long, -and consisting of fluming (in place \0 feet hich), tuiiuelling. and open drain, and con , MJyod to tho place of operations. The company ni\ preparing to work tho immense drift body that MiX\Vilsliiro says he has frequently reported olh ciallV upon Iwth as to its great valu...

Publication Title: Scrutineer, The
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SWEATING IN RAILWAY CONTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 9 February 1892

SWEATING IN RAILWAY CON \ IR ACTS. \ During tho discussion on ths Supply Bill iu tiioJ Assembly onTueaday evening .Mr McCourfc. called^ the Treasure's attention to the iiicotivonijiicc - that - would arise if the road votcn were not available; early iu the year, and suggested their inclusion in another Supply Bill if it proved uccessary. He 1 would al-o remind the Treasurer that a pernicious system of sweating was in vogue in connection with railway contracts. Apart from sweating, , he could also tell tho ?Treasurer that in tenderiiig'-for cer tain duplication at Hornsby amounting to .£50,000, tho contractor had put down brickwork in cement at 20s per cube yard, the ordinary price for which was *18s. Hardwood timber was tendorr?d for -at 2-j Od per foot, the proper price for which was 4s (Jd ; ami iron girders at £10 per ton, when ill) price at tho foundry was .t*24. \Vheu the tender find been acccptcd the brickwork was altered to cement countetc. for1 which tho contractor had down ...

Publication Title: Scrutineer, The
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F. L. BARKER & CO.'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 9 February 1892

- F. L. BARKER OO.'S REPORT. Shefi^altins. — Mailiet firm ; best full-wooled -Id tc A ';4i2-l, medmni growth 3^1 to -id, shorts 2d to 3d per ^ Ibj'grcen skir.8, tops up to o'Jd, seconds 3(»d to-i'Jd, ^olta Cd to 20d cach. - Hides. — Prices roinain very firm; fpiotations — gUxtra heavy and prime 3d to 3;d, good heavy 2:/d to . 'F!?2d; ordinary and sloppy 2Q-1 to 2^d, medium 2^1 *vsa'2Jd, best. light hides 2Ad to 2djjd, dry hides 2d j Tier lb. T — Steady demaud cxiity for good southern: *TsfipPv^» kilt inferior qualntics wero neglected at ? . o' Friday ; be^jt chnppcd .C7 lo,-*. to C7» iafcrior 103 to £1 2/0,' bundled heavily supplied and prices low : . . Mhirfv.'cll at JMs. per head. ^ -a ? ^'ificip^tgd yupplies havo been - ntjy priics have hardened much n. . -intiininneo. at present rates ; ? ?? -i-.'.d per lb, bacon pigs at S^d i .ooit demand and we would ru

Publication Title: Scrutineer, The
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SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 9 February 1892

SUMMARY. ' Tho loan c£ £25.0,000 n-ppHccl for by tho Government of Western Australia is regarded in London with indifference, but is behoved . tlint it v/ill bo n success. Efforts nvo being made to secure tho ap- ? . pointnient of Honsignor Gilbert successor - ' to tho late Cardinal Manning. y Sir JMoroll IJ(vcl:cn::io hr/: succumbed to nn. attack of iniluonza. '/& Speoio to tho valuo o£ 5300,000 has been saved from tho wreck of tho German sterner 'r Eldor. ? V An nnnouncomcnt hasLs^nmadoinLondon that Mr. G-. R. Dibbs is aboui to proceed to ? t'/; England to inquire into uialten of colonial (tA. . finnnco, and lias causcd great ctirpriso in tho city. ' Tlie Daily News, commenting upon tho ^ victory of tho Australian crickctcro, declares that tho tour of Lord Sheffield's team has proved a failuro. Tho Russian J ews v/ho havo already beon settled in tho Argentine Republic now desire to return to Russia. It is alleged that Russian officials have embezzled 13,000,000 roubles of ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 9 February 1892

R. 9SL CRAMAR8, AUCTIOISTEBR, WI1DS MEADOW AIID BOBERTSOIJ, ARE Prepared to conduct Soles ill any part of tho District. JXM1IN -H.- rJ®E£ESns% to Co., Auctioneers and Property Agents, Valuators, kc., THE HART, B0T7RAL. 13. CLIFFORD, Auctioneer, House, Land, & Estate Agent SALES Conducted ^throughout the Dlatrict. Agent for Fire, Life and Stock nsurnnce Companies. Argylc Stfirceit-. M®ss Valle. ALFRED L. SMITH. (Late. HENRY L. SMITH,) COMMISSION AQEN1, and GENERAL PRODUCE MERCHANT, COMMERCIAL STORES, 118 and B2© Snssex-street- Synltiey. FOLEY. BROTHERS, COMMISSION AGEIITS and PRODUCE 1IERCHAITTS, 113 and 112 SUSSEX-STREET, SYDNEY ALL Consignments received under Personal Super vision nnd Ready Sale at Highest Market Price Guaranteed. .Account Sales rendered promptly, and special attention' given to tho return of empty packages, A Trial Respectfully Solicited n?njnDMi-o kjcdtiicdik. H. TAYLOR & SON HAVE opened a BRANCH OFFICE in JKdDCiDQIS'irsaDRI, As AUCTIONEERS, COMMI...

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RESULT OF THE POLL. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 9 February 1892

..RESULT Ol? THE POLL. Tlie gcmo.ral opora-.ion of tlni bullot in llie liiunicipiil contests at Moss Vulo, Bowrnl, nnd Mitin^ong liua rosultcd in tlie infusion of fi'csli blood to the local councils, and tlm pollins -s not wiihout its surprises. Mr. Rich in heading tlm record at llownil with 190 votes lins achieved a signal success, and although Ins dec ion was suip, it was not exucccil that lie would havo such an ensv . victory. In i lie same way at Mittagong, it was -hardly expccted that Ml'. SNOV.'DEN' would be in the premitr position, but ho got there. At Moss Vale Mr. II. C Itosi: lias been placed lirst with honors, and ho will be accompanied to the aldermanic table by two osisen lally practical men in Messrf J. E. Ai-AMsand H. Riciiaruson the hitler having already worked 111 tho council w.th aomo acceptance tor the period ot eigh eon months. !Mr. 1J-OSE came forward as a specialist in linauce. and in doing so it seems to havo been recognised that ho came forward to till a vaca...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 9 February 1892

8|-eci«l Advcr.'l»-niici»fg- ? I nOicmroiiH. ! MOSS V \ LE, Upholsterer, French Poliolicr, Pioluro ?. i'rnmer- c;c. A' ' LAKGE Stock of furniture, Bedsteads ami Bedding, Carpets, Matting, Linolcmn, Door Muta, ic., always on baud. .Spring Boiler nnd Venetian Blinds, made r.ml fitted orrcpaned. 'com m e rgITu ban~kTn0 0 0 M P A N Y. OP ; Established 1831. Incorporated 18-19. Head Office = fieowu: ^rkbt, jsvdsey. CAPITAL ? £000,000 I RESERVE FUND ? £070,000 llKsr.Rve tor. l'.gr.M.iHATioN oi „„„ Dividends ? 5150.000 Money rcccive.,1 at Interest and all other usual Banking Business transacted. b K. HVHRARI) ROW, Makaoi.k. 1I03S VALE BRAIICH. l^VirPALING & CO., Estadusiikd 185H. 1nco»i*oh\tud lbS3. - I'll ' ~~ 'Tt? Qj'-ijPiStiih Agents for PIANOS by .Steinwiy nnd Sons, Julius Keurioh, Uebel aud Lechloiter, Carl '.'j** Kcke, The Victor, The Bulling ; and for tlio tk * world-renowned I l-A OKGANb and Booscy'o Brass Band Instruments. Universal Providorsof PIAhOL-Oltrh^. ORGANft. MUSI...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 9 February 1892

Sir Morcll Mackenzie, tho eminent throat doctor who died last week told somo funny stories about liis uso of thc laryngoscope. Ono lady protested igainst its application as she feared the doctor i70iild bo ablo to discern tho holes in her stockings.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 9 February 1892

One of the letters sent through thc post to Dr. Morell Mackenzie during thc illness of the Emperor Frederick TBnggcstcd that the patient should bathe in thc water in which a corpso baa been washed, and then hold two live frogs in his hand* till they died. Accident. — On Wcduesday last, while Nellie Allcrdico of Bowral, was standing on tho top-rail of thc dividing fenco in her father's yard, and merely supporting herself by a loose paling, thc paling.gave way and tho child fell, breaking her arm ' : at thc elbow. She was at onco carried toT)r. Swin son's, who with Dr. Fisher put her under chloroform and bandaged tho arm. It i3 hoped that she will soon rccover. Certainly tho best medicine known is SANDER and SONS' EUCALYPTI EXTRACT. Test its eminently powerful effects in coughs, colds, ^ in fluenza ; the relief io iustantcnous. In serious casco and accidento of all kinds, bo they, wouuds burns, ccaldingo, bruises, spraino it io tho safes, remedy — no swelling — no inflammation. Like o...

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FOLEY BROS.' PRICELIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 9 February 1892

FOLEY BROS.1 PRICE-LIST. Sydney, Jan, 27th £ s d £ a . d Butter, Factory, per lb ... 0 1 0 to 0 * 0 0 r Butter, Dairy ... ... 0 0 10 0 o 0 ; Bacon, hand-cured ... 0 0 6J c 0 0 .8 Cheese ? ... 0 0 3 0'0 4 Eggs, per doz ? 0 0 9 0 0 10 Pigs, per Ib/N^u-c. ® ® 4 0 0 4J Calves, eac!' ' Xv.V/o,*'-.. 0 fi 0 15 0 Honey, pe:. 'mj * 0 0 4J Fowls, pr 0 3 3 Ducka - % ® 0 3 6 Geeso \Hyjft79flF 0 '5 0 Tnrkc) W ' 0 15 0 Maize k'SrO 0 2 6 Wt m&X/rO 0 5 0 Oat ' W?T2 0 0 2 9 Bar. ,rs!0 0 0 0 0 0 Flou. S$?12 10 0 IS 10 0 Hay, - 0 3 0 0 Do, ?. /\/,jp*0 0 5 10 0 Potat- - - . 10 0 . 3 10 0 Onions /iR' 5 10 0 6 10 0 Hides. ? 0.0 IJ 0 0 2 Calf Skins ^ ? 0 0 0 0 1 0

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 9 February 1892

Cricket. A cricket match was commonced here on Satur day between the Moss Vale Waratah C.C. and the local club, but when the Waratahs, who went to the wickets first, had been battiug awliile John Fleeton was struck on the l«p by a ball from Thos. Conlin, which split his lip open, inflicting a serious wound. MDr.' Nicholas's scrviccs were at onco called into requisition, and he dressed and stitchod tho laceration, which relieved tho sufferer consider ably. W. Murray (Waratah) also received a painful accidcnt to ouc of his toes. Two of the Waratah men being thus maimed it was decided not to go on with tho match. Thc wicket was iu a very bumpy otatc.

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PROGRESS STOCK RETURN FOR 1891. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 9 February 1892

PROGRESS BTOOlT 1 RETURN FOR I 1891., j Tho following totum waa laid upon tho 'table of tho Acsombly on Thursdoy by Mr. Slattory. Tho partioulnra nro compilod principally from roturna recoivod nt tlio Stock .Jbo'partmout and partly from tho iiuipoctora' yf,Alestirarito3 of tlio rotiinm of Ktoclc, lumbinj» -nnd dip for 1891, nnd uliow tlio incroaso of etoolc no compnroil wi'li tlio provmus yonr : — Nutnbor of otonk, 18:12. — Total of atoolc ! '^roturnod, 440,7-M hnroos, 1. '.100,019 cnttlo and 59,345,07'2 (?lieop ; rstimnteil tutnl of ? stoclc not yot roturnod, 18,472 liorsos, 55,944 j oattlo, ] ,443,832 Elionp ; grnnd totnl roturno l i and oatimateil nt Janimry 1, 1P92. 459,21(5 horsos, 2,01G,.'iC3 c.Utlo, (10,788,004 slicop ; grnud total nn per nnnunl report ut Janunry 1, 1891. 441,1(13 hnrfos, 1,909.009 onttlo, 65,986,4-31 slicop; lnorcnso 15,(153 horsOB, 107,554 cattlo, 4,802.473 shocp. Tho Obiof Inspector of 3tnck, Mr. A. Bruco, mnki-3tho following c.immont on tho abovo: — ''The...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 9 February 1892

SHOPPING BY POST, ' ^'0 j ^ ^ — -& EHobi'd GcnaMnmasJ 'SET© »*.'-? „., First quality Tweed Suits, splendid vnluo ... ... ,« ?* \ J* . 36s kxtra quality Tweed Suits, splendid value ... ? ? -»???? ' 40s Special quality Tweed .Suit:?, splendid value *? 60s Premier quality Tweed Suits, equal to order - ,,, i ; 60d ; Kstcmcne Navy lUuo .Sorgo Suits, fast colors ' fM „+.J : 409 Staff Serge Suits, fn«t colors ? '* ... ; V». ; ' .4C[3. Hanncl Navy Blue .Serge Suits, soft, light, and durable v ... ... .. ... x ... 40jBt Samples, with diagrams nnd directions for fiolf-moasuremehtj ieot Post 'Freo to - § nil Parts of tho Colony. ~1' )? \( DAVID JONES Ci COHPAHV, OrlcnS Glolhloro, GcorndStrpofy'Svdnoy. OlTOSITC O.P.O. ' E3£3itf2n- zi. t*JE3. Ladlos' and CCiiidrcn'G HKIMncrT/* Fashion Platen Free l)y Post. Ladies' Imitation Cabbage Trco Sailor Hats, from 29 Gd to 5s, with band Children'H Sailor Hats, Gs Gd, Gs, 03 Cd, 7a Gd Ladies* Fancy Straw Hats and Bonnets, nowesb shapes, 4a, Da, 03 ...

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THE EVILS OF GAMBLING. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 9 February 1892

TEE EVILS OF GAMBLING. Tho following petition wns forwarded a short time ago to tho Government from tho Wesleyan district meeting at Goiilburn To tho Hon the Premier of Nov/ South Wales and the hon. tho members of tho Government asso ciatcd,''witli!himj — ... ; ? Tho humble petition of tho Wesleyan ministers and representative laymen assomblcd in tho Goul burn district annual meeting chewctli : ? TTirsMv ? Tlmt. ilm.v nrn /^nnnln il._ religious -and social and commercial ^interests of tho country. * ?- Secondly — That tho facilities and inducements that aro offered for thb'practicc of gamblin^m this colony tend greatly to enconrage it, to the coriouo injury of tho great intcrcsto of tho people. Wc beg,, therefore,., that . you will ? causc cffectivo measures to be taken : (1) To prevent' thc.uso of tlio post-office in any way in tho promotion of consultation dwccp3. (2) To. prohibit ? tlio use of ^all advertisements in thc public prcso of gambling .transactions. (3) That you v/ill c...

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BERRIMA DISTRICT COLD CLIMATE FARM AND DAIRY COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 9 February 1892

B Eli RIM A DISTRICT COLD CLIMATE FARM AND DAIRY COMPANY. Everybody who takes an interest in the wel fnre of thn Borrima district would be pleased to read the account in our last Tuesday's issuo of thc very successful results which have attendtd the lirst three or four months Operations of the Cold Cliinato 'Farm and Dairy Company, established on the 21st of ?sepremuer last. I Me one groat ana ueneticiai achievement of the shareholders is the institution of tlio city receiving depot at the junction of Harris and Thomas streels, Ultimo, which practically takes off tho shoulders of dairymen and farmers all anxiety concerning their produce when once they have consigned it to the care of the company. Mr- E. I. Aiken, the manager, is really the agent between the producer and the con sumer, but as he is also thn servant of the producer tlieie is nothing in the shape of extortionate middle charges to be met. Before such a method of co-oporativc organisation was thought of, the farmer and d...

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BUNDANOON. FAREWELL TO MR. A. GIBSON. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 9 February 1892

BUNBANOOK Farewell to Mr, A. Gibbon, On Saturday night last Mr. Alex. Gibson, who baa been appointed farm overseer in connection with thc Agricultural College at Richmond was met by a number of Iiia friends and admirers at the Commercial hotel and presented with a beautiful gold Malteoc cross, suitably inscribed. A light refre.shment, provided by Hostess Nicholas, was also rartaken of bv the comnanv which comprised fully fifty gentlemen. Mr. John McWilliam' occupied the chair, and opened thc proceedings by proposing tho usual loyal toast?. Mr. 11. Doyle proposed **Our Gufist, Mr. Alex. Gibson.' He spoke in highly eulogistic terms of Mr. Gibson aa a friend and a citizen,- and of bin untiling efforts in initiating or helping any good movement for tho benefit of Bundanoon ; he was glad to hear that Mr. Gibson had obtained a good position and lie (thc speaker) wo8 quite sure that he would perform the duties in connection therewith with credit to himself and benefit to the country (bear,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 9 February 1892

Photography* — Mr. Sibcrt, tho well-known photographer, who3o ? reputation for over thirty years hao established him a favorito,- io now at Bowral, whero kD hao erected, at gtcat expenib, a studio, which v/ill enable him :to turn out work superior to' anything in tho district, Everybody; 13 invited to hio otudio to judgo for them selves, Satisfaction guarantccdi^-Phbtoo t^!icn by iiistantaneouo process. AU- work beautifully enamelled, and thereby provented' froav* folding, Sydney prices. No photographer named John Small, Henry Hay, -or William -^acla/xjn via in my employ, or in any way couneoted. with my firpi. £10 reward wilt bo paid for information of any photographer .obtain^ monoy* or jyoflr in. my namot not legally outhorised^ PrintecTiorm ot rcceipt can at onco satisfy you.— C; A.'Sibert, photographor, Moaa Vale, Head-quarter^ Bow?al# — Adyt.

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MITTAGONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 9 February 1892

MITTAGONS. On Saturday afternoon at Mittagong tho Return ing-oificer anuouueed thc result of tlio municipal :lcction ao follows Robert Snowdon 95, Middle ton 91» Viles 88, Wc3tbury85, Hildnr74, Hudspeth 72, Mealing 42, Wallis 17. Thc first thrco were Jcclared duly clcctcd.

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BOWRAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 9 February 1892

BOWRAL. The result of the contest for thc thrco aldermanic vacancies at Bowral was announced on Saturday as follows : — Michael Rico 190, John J. Campbell 168, Alfred J. Harrison 114, William Frantslin 94, Alex. Wylio 88, Henry Kennedy 84, Thomas Matthewaon 67, informal 7,v The first thrco wero elected. For auditors, Gavin George 248. R. A. Dobbin 211, Jabcz Brookes 145, informal 13. Tho first two wcro elected.

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