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Hints to Mothers [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 12 August 1892

- Hints to Mothers , Every woman .'wiio lms' a family should bo j ?mor-£ dr. IeB3' of a physician horaolf. Sho | ^hould bo enough of ouo to ,know:whon tof ball for one that is bottor. A lady writer' rfor tho -New York Recorder Bays : A child should bo so closoly watchod by tho mother that no dornngomont of its Bystem may oscnpo hor notice. Sho should ascertain for herself that all its bodily func tions aro in proper working nrdor. Un trained touch should noto in a moment any unusual heat or chilliness of tho ohila'd body the dryness of tha skin, tho ovorquickness of the pulse. Sho should learn to know n't a glance whether the throat and tonguo aro in their normal coudition, and hor ear should bo schooled to deteot tho difforenco botwoen natural and labourod or shortonod respira tion. A fover thermomolor snould bo in every family medicino chest, nnd tho mother should understand how to take hor child'3 temperature, and thus make herself ab solutely euro whother tho patient is fovorish...

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

. PitESBYTERlAN. Moss Yal* 11 ; Burriwang 3 1 Sutton Forest 7.30. -Rev. B. Berry, M.A.

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

DDr. LeDiiiionB will do. Bo you want to know the name of one of the best all rotliid household . doctors, and, certainly the cheapest that can be found in any. country. I- ? ; It is Dr. Lemon. Yes, an ordinary, sour, yellow lemon, 4 winch1 you can bay at any grocery for a small coin. ' y Here are sofhe of the things Dr. Lemon /will do for you if you give a change. V Squeeze him into a glas« of water every morning and drink liiiri with ! very 'little sugar. He will keep jour stomach in tho best'of1 order an never let Mi*. Dyspepsia, whom lie hales cordially, gets into it. If ,you have dark h-iir and it seems to be' falling out, cut off a slice of tho doctor and rub him on your scalp. He will stop that little trouble pronip'ly. Squeeze him into a. quart of millc and he will give you a mixture to rub on your face night and morning and get a complexion \ l;ke a pretly princess. Pdtir him into an equal quantity of glycer ine and rub your hands with tho mixture . before going to bed. If y...

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

Special Adver.'lscirtfeiits I MOSS V^LE, CTphoIstorcr, Frcuoli Polish or, Pictaro tframer. £c. ALARGK Stock of Furnituro, Bcdatcads and Bedding, Carpets, Matting, Linoleum, Door Mats, &c.» alw^yn on hand. Spring Holler nml Venetian Blinds, made mid fitted or repaired. 'com-nierciai banking' I C 0 M r A N Y. op cn-^asrjisi^r. Established 1834. Incorporated 1849. Head Office : : SYDITEY. CAPITAL ? SrtOO.OOO RESERVE FUND ? £83f-,000 Totil ? £1,430,000 *3T Branches throughout Now South Wales and Queensland. Agonceo througliout the world. All usual Banking Business transacted. H0S8 VALE BRAETCH, . E. EVER ARD ROW, Manager. W, H, PALING ~k 00., TCiiTTY^rTj lIi iAl' i ll1 COft Kstadlished 185?. Incorpoiiatkd 13S3. Hole Agent* fo»* PIANOS by Stcinwny nnd .Sons, Julius Feurich, Ucbul mil Leohleiter, Carl Kckc, The Victor, Tho Hulling ; and for the Trorld»renowncd KSTISY ORGANS nnd Boosey'o Brass Band Instruments, Universal Provideraof PIANOFORTES, ORGANS, MUSIC, nnd MUSICAL INSTRUMEN...

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

®c Smtttncer. TEEMS / ; ' : Subscription 2/6 per quarter prepaid ; S/- M bookcil ; chargcd onlj from tho tiiuo of commencing. Quarters end March 31, June 30, September 30, December 31, at which periods only can subscriber* decline ,by giving .a week'n notice in writing direct _ to the officc — not through a local collector ana & paying to tho then running quarter. t ADVKRTisCMRNTa— ol Icca than one inch, 1/- lor the tiret two linea and 3d. per lino after ; ^ncar advertisements, 3/* for the first inch and 1/0 for ererj* subsequent inch. A liberal- reduction made ?or standing adverticcinentc. ^ Advertisements p- \ births, mairingoo, and deaths, if sent by. post, must bo authenticated by the signaturo of some person ( Jttio-ru at thfe office,, or they will not.be in&crtea,. ? 1 ''-AilvortfecmenU will he rcccivcd up to 6 p.mron '? . day of publication. Tho - number of insertions WioaliV be' written1 on the face, or the advertise tnetita will btj cdntinued till counterman...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Local Information. COACHES. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 12 August 1892

Local Information. COACHES. Fon Sutton Fojidjt.— Hnddin'o coach leaves Mots Vale at i 7.15 a m returning at 8 ft m | v 2.15 p m ,, 3pm 7 p in ,, 8pm Fare Is oiuglc, children Gd Foit Bkkuima. — Haddin'a coach leaves Moss Vole at 7 a in returning at 12 noon 2.15 p in ,, 8 p m Fare Is Gd single, children {hi Small cbargo made for parcels sent through the driver Sundays no ahovo except tho midday journeys Special trips made aj any timo on application to Mr Haddin Coachcs also nm to Robertson nud Kangaroo Volley

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

NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS AND COR RESPONDENTS. All Business Correspondence or Letters intended I for insertion in 'The Scrutineer ohould bo addressed to the Editor or Manager. '(She jSci'iitiitccr, BERRIL1A DISTRICT PP.E8S, AND Weafc (DcnDDfiHenn (ESTABLISHED 1074—10 Yoaro.) PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY nud FRIDAY ' Uttered out of time , or conccalcd hi proper season, good savourcth of evil' FRIDAY, AUGUST 12, 1892.

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

iMnjiilhMroojii. -YFroii i Our Corrcxuoiiriait. i Thn iQoriri : Tnmplnr LndRO ' Hopo of Bnndanoiiti^f'.IipM their nnnivorcnrj on Sat urday lijsii'h-tlh a pienio in Mr. Grico'o paddoclt;in t!io nffovnoon, ondinf? with a toa and connari in tho cvoninp, tho roaulta of tho dayn prensbdinr; ondinp ontinfnctoiily to nil parties. Tho amount of ticlcoto onld, 130, rcalisod ;]5 ;10a which v/ao randonp of ndulta In and cluliiron Gd. TbmpS3A1ioe;—Ou Sunday ? ovoninj? tho Env. FoRgon preached a normon, thnt evon in? heinp: oat npait all ovor tho colony for n8rmono~on temperance. Tho text of his discouriio wao - thn wnrdc in tho 16th chapter of Aofs and tho 28th corcn : — ' And Paul cried with n loud voino sayincr, do thv eelf no harm.' Durine bis remarks ho said oil publicans or hotel keeporo wero put down ns had characters, but ho was very pleased to say that was not the case, for ho know oome very good hotel keepers. If a man belonging to any fchureh . went to the bad and became a bad eliarad...

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

' : GSolnertson. (From Our Correspondent.) Wedding. — On ;Wednosday last Mr. E- Bnrsill, of Shell harbour, wna married to Miss BroWn, eldest daughter of Mr. W. Brown, of tho Sanatorium Hotel. (The marringo ceremony- was performed by tho Kec. P. Smith in St. David's Church of England. Burrawanc. ? Tho bride, wlio wan given' away by .her brother, wan attired in ' nliot oilk. MissS. Brown acted no chief bridesmaid, being sttired in jWhito muslin. Misses Millignn anil Gilro^*, tho other two bridesmaids, worn grey cash mere. Mr. Geo. Bnrsill performed tho duties of best man. After tho wedding breakfast tho happy cnnple loft for Moss Valo to catch the express to I Gonlbnrn, whore the honeymoon v.- ill lio spent. . |

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

To ? Overcome Wbakskss.— Pepper ii Q'''1'? ?nil Iron Tonic gives now life, nppotito, licnuii, siren atli, energy. Cnre-i neuralgia, indigestion, nerve debility. Specially useful in liot, depression climates or -malarious districts, Everyone ahould keep up Btrength by taking Pepper o Quinine, the Si. Win English tonic. Buttlos everywhere, Mm' Comwlclnt, rift la the canoo of many paina anil aches wl|ich some people consider arc separate aiuldistinot complaijiti. He adaches, palpitation, indigestion, flatulence, ttfci are symptoms of a disordered - liver and stomach, Many arc tlio quack nostrums sold as cures for 'indigestion:' hut surely the. world is getting sufficiently enlightened to sec through thoquacbory which is so prevalent in this country. Therd'nro broken-down plumbers, painters, plasterers, and printorii selling ''medicines' to euro diseases bf which these people do iiot'cvon know tliepyinpHllS ? to say nothing of the therapeutics. Such is uot.tlja case with Dr. Fletcher's ...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Moss Vale Police Court. (WEDNESDAY.—Before F. R. Wilshire, P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 12 August 1892

SHoss V«il© HDollace (Doairit. (Wednesday.— Bfefbre F. R. Wilohiro.fc M * W in. Jeffrey was charged with rotrovinij bark from Crown Lands. Defendant pleaded guilty. As this w£s the second-' oiW the Bench inllieteda fine of £3 and costs 0s 01. Levy raid distroM seven days allowed to pay. The , penalty S Bench could have imposed was £2D., Defendant oworn, said that lio had a licence in' June and that was tho timo ].» ' X otripped tho bark and when ho removed it in Tulv no had no licansc. * Charles Wnllia-y, Rob, .?.Fleoton.-This wr3--n case of unlawful detention ot property. Mr. Gdlo appeared for thq complsinaut. Defendant wan sued for detaining 30 fowls, 12 ducks, aid 3 IZe Complainant said the value of which|wns about £t. Defendant pleaded not guiltyi .M U 1 By Mr. Gale: Complainantdeposed that ho bounlit tho poultry from I' lcejon cud the -rcccipt put »'a was given by Fieoton.' Ho paid '£2.- ' Diil'iibi;1 Site the poultry nvyoy at, the time but was to take-thorn nt future date; Ho ...

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

?'-'Selccteil. „Poctry.. WAITING, I wonder oft if Fate has planned it so, - 1 v- M| That we should love and hopeand waitiavMn ; . Anil through this dreary life, still feel and know1 1 That Love Is sweeter far when givinq pain. And. as I sit besido the fire to-night, The bricllt scDnes of tl(o Bast before mo rise i Oncd hidro ,'T stand with her in golden light, And gaze into thq glory of lier eyes. Old memories of long lost hopes, nt rest, Come floating, wrapped in glory, as of yore, Hand clasped in hand, and heart to heart long I pressed— Youth's airy castlo on a golden shore. Joy in fny fienrfc finds no abiding piaco ' ' But' Hope still lingors near Love's sunset shrine ; 0, that I'conld her wandering fcotstepa trace. ? And bring her to this weary heart of mine. 1 But, no— tho day is fading ns a dream, And shadows down the pathways of tho years j Anil Hopo comes only with a fitful gleam Amid a, tender melody of tears.

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

'A FAih; 'Beautiful SKix.|p-Su'(iliolino Soap gives tho natural tint and pcaeli-l'xe bloom of a J. perfect complexion ; nukes tho siji/sinooth, supplc'V healthy, comfortable; Sulpholine soap, Gd tabley: Everywhere. — Advt. ? // To Daukkn' Giiky Hair.— Locker's S/phnt; Hair Restorer is' the quickest, best) safest/boosts' ]esp, effeols morp than any otl|cr. i jio y iei pro duced is most natural. Lockyer'a syip' ite is the jinly English hair, restorer universally sofii.— Adyt. AtfveE.'Msi'eBwieimils. '-?» TO LET i«, MOSS .VALE the Building lecentlv occupied by tho Government as a l'oit-office: Apply for partici^ars to ? 1 Jin. I. S. 'PONDER; 0 , . , . Ji'.s, & a.c. Bnui!, ' '' '' ? ? ? ? ? -' Moss Vale. WANTED, ; . 1 A GOOD'GENERAL SERVANT. Apply '''''mm; NICHOLAS, Tourist Hotel, Bundanoon. f SIGHTED' ? ' ? A SITUATION ob House an:l Parlor Maid. Apply, to tho office of this piper. -A. o-RA-isrxD SeDOT MiMiFf? A CONCERT In aid of repairs to tlio Sutton Forest Presbyterian Church...

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

STRAY NOTES (By A Waif ) Spring now opening in upon us- hns been truly described ns the :»roat annual miracle of I tlio blossoming o£ Aaron's rod, repeated on I myriads and myriads of branches. Its advent brings with it this ytav the second Arbor Day celebration in this country, nnd wo aro moved to enquire why nothing has yet been i done here in Mos3 Vale towards such cele bration ? Mittagong nnd Bowral, as usual, are to the front ; but it seems tlmt the Moss Valo people need the usual application of spurs to urge them on to what is their duty. Wo suppose there is such a body as thf- Public School Board, although, eo far, we have not heard of any duties ever being canied out by them. 'What!' we hear our readers say ; ' Don'tyou know the efforts that body put forth for last Arbor Day cole bration V How stupid of us to overlook the past ! Why if we had only looked around the school ground «nd the various o:hei spots which were plan'ed with trees last year and noticed the wonderful, ye...

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

BB B& E V fl A. Agricultural Punsters. — Farmer Tom: 'They oay your wife's hearing is so acutc that sho can hear the grass growing. Is it really oo Farmer Charles (roflectivoTy) : ' Well, hardly that. But I boliovo olio can hear tho beanstalk and tho larkspur.' ' What happened 400 years ago this year ?' asked ^Frcddio'a teacher. Don't know,0' answered Freddie : 'I'm onlv 7 vcnrnnld ' September i3 a good tiino to commence bcokccp ing. A palindrome is a ocntcnco that reado tho same forward and backward, as in tho first words attri buted to Adain when ho saw Eve, ' Madam, I'm .Ad. m ' Another good ono is,. 'No, it is opposi tion' . ; . ' ; A millionaire and his wifo havo just joined tlio Salvation Army. _ Thcyraro '.JIr.la'nd;Mrs;'Qeorgo Montgomery, of Sari Francisco. Mr'. Montgomery ov/ni 1 irgc mines in Mexico nnd hugo estates in California. They both wear the ordinary uniform of the Army. Cardinal Mornn wishes to sco tho orango blended with tlio green as an assurauco of pcac...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SHELWOOD! CHAPTER VII. AN IRATE PATIENT [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 12 August 1892

MSHEIWOQD I [By E. J. COOLING.] CHAPTER VII. '! - An Irate Patxest JJr. Arnold nnd bis wifo wore standing in tho enrden in front of n bonu'.iful ros° bush from wliicb tlio gontlomnn bnd ju»t plucked a lovely lmlf opened litid, nnd was now fiisloninp it in his wife's lrnir. It was nn .ocoupntinn of whir.li hn was very fond, and it sepr.od to nifoH liim iinmense pntisifno tion, fir he pa: ol i.t li is nor!c with a pleased nnd ndmirine evo. It wns nfternoon, nnd ho bad h ft he h uso prnpnrntory to making his second round of professional visito thnt dBy, but baited in the pardon whither his wife bnd nc- ompnnied him for tho purpose of performing his plononnt Insh 'I hope ynu nro prepared for nn nftnclc upon your privarv, Nest.' I10 oaid in n laughinp; tone, 'I oxppcl- thnt ver3' likely tho lintjlo mny bojiu lowlnv. nnd yon will soon find yourself in tho hands of your onemiea nnd forcod to Gurrender.' Nnsj look Rtnrlled ; ' Why Koginnld surely you don't moan people will bo calling upon m...

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

Local nml General. BunniMA Gaol. — Tenders will be received till 24th inst for tho supply of a steam-cooking plant nnd the orection of a ehiinnoy stack, Sc., at Berritna I gao'. | Tun .Tn.vtor. University Examinations. — Mr. J, \V. Conno 1 ', lJenim-, the hon. see. locally, for these exams. intorm3 us that intending candidates must till up forms for entrance and forward fce3 to him not later than Saturday, tho 27th instant We understand that Bcirlina alone will send up cloven candidates for this exam, and probably the number from this centra v.-ill be over twenty. To ' J.G.' — Send yonrnddrcss. May then write you and enlighten your poor mind. Wo remember though that ooino peojilo aro so clownish that the more thoy nre informed the less they under stand, nnd deeper sink by floundering in tlio mud. Perhaps you are ' out of harness ' and thus you run wild. A Bundanoon Bonmx ? The so-called ' Prn gross ' Cominittco at Bundnnoon, met again this week in secret with doled doors, and then f...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 16 August 1892

A Cuke roa Ducnkenness, — I was one of thoso unfortunates givcu to strong drink, It reduced mo to degradation. I vowed and strovo long and hard, but I seldom held victory over liquor long. I tinted drunkenness, but still I drank. When I left it off I folt a horrid want of something I must have or go distracted. I could neither cat, work, nor Bleep. T entered a reformatory and prayed for strength; still I must drink. I lived so for over 20 years ; in that time I never abstained thrco montlin hand-running. At length I was sent to the Houso of Correetiou as a vagrant. If my family had beon provided for I would havo preferred to remain there, out of liquor and temptation. Explaining my affliction to a follow prisoner — a man of much education and experience— ho advised mo to make a vincjjar of ground quassia ; a half ounco steeped in a pint of vinegar, and to put about a small tea spoonful of it in a little wator, and drink it down every timo the liquor thirst came upon mo violently. I ...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
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SHEWOOD! CHAPTER VII. AN IRATE PATIENT (CONTINUED). [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 16 August 1892

[?] [By R J. COOLING.] CHAPTER VII. As Imte Patient t : i'CDSTK.'CED) . 'It T*OTild servo you rij^ht if I trontod you to. tha sama rray,' oaid tho doctor in a turtle tone, ' it would bo nLout tho boot tiling,. for you to bo p'tchod out of thot window and loft nil night iu tho nir to bleach ; it mi slit liolp to roatoro you to u bettor color ' lio nddod marking tho blontod look of tho man's faco. ' What do you mean ; do you want to hill yourself out rieht? How ofton havo I told you you were going tho ripht vrny to do go, with your pipo nnd glnos? Now mind, once for all I forbid you to touch either of thorn again, and woo bo to you if I catch you disobeying mo, for aa suro ns you livo I will havo you up for nttomptod auicido, nnd obtain a prohibition order against supplying you with liquor.' ? It would bo impossible to describe tlia look on tho man's fn'io at tho doctor's words: nstonishmont, terror, humility, nnd con trition, all struggling togetbor, gave to his . face auch a comical...

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