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

BOWRAL BIBLE SOCIETY. - The annual meeting of tho Bowral division of the British and Foreign Bible Society was held in the School of Arts on Tuesday evening last. The at tendance was very good, and the Very Rov, Dean Cowper presided. The meeting was opened with prayer by the Rev. F. C. Williams. Tho following gentlemen wero present on tho platform : — Messrs, H. Kennedy, Dr. Morgan, — bcarisbrick, C. Bennott, B. Short, and the Reve. Goalie, F. C. Williams, J. A. Foggan, and — Hnslcm. Tho Rev. R. T. Hills attended as a deputation from the Parent Society. The minutes of last annual meeting were read by Mr. C. Bennett, acting hon. secretary, who apolo gised for tho unavoidable absence of tho Rev. K. A. Corner, hon. secretary, who had to go toSydnoy on important business The amiunl report for last year was also read, atH Dr. Morpau read financial statement, showing the proceeds of the year to be £15 8a 3d. Annual Report roit 1801. — Bowkal Branch* 'As a report of a year's work, the comm...

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BERRIMA DISTRICT COTTAGE HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 9 February 1892

BERRIMA DISTRICT COTTAGE HOSPITAL. The adjourned annual meeting of the subscriber, to the Hospital was hel 1 on Friday afturnoon in I the School of Art3, Dr. Fisher being in tho chairs Tho secretary intimated that Mr. S. Horderu | declined to accept tho presidency of tho institution, and Mr. P. H. Throsby was clccted in his place. Tlio result of the ballot for tho committco was then caleulatid, with tho following result : Messrs. W. F. Brcnnan 25 votc3, II. C, Roso 22, D. F. Evans 20, J. I'iggott 25, J, Holmes 27, K. A. Dob bin 16, J. H. Watson 17, II. M. Oxloy 27, H. W. Udwardo 27, N. H. Throsby 31, G. M. Pugh 13, A. J. Turner 11, K. S. McKcnzio 17, and A. 15. Voung 19. . Tho following gontlemcn were therefore declared olcctcd -N. H. Throsby, H. C. Roso, J. Holmes II. M. Oxloy, H. W, Kdwardu, D. F. Evans, J I P'ggott nqd A, U- Young.

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

MITTAGONG MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. Thc usual fortnightly mooting of tlio abovo was held in thc Council Chambers on Wcdnosday oven ing, 3rd inot. There were prcocnt — tho Mayor (Aid. Vilc3), and Aid. Dawson, Larkin, Mandelson, Mealing, Middle ton, Richards, Shoathor and Drapor. cokuksvondenci:. From Mr. Gcorco Hineo. Mittaconc, drawing at tention to thc unfair manner in which lie had been treated by thc Council in thc matter of purcliasc of firowood, ho not boing able to have cgrc33 or ingresa to tho timber owing to a bridge on thc road being unfinished, and asking that tho came bo completed within ten days. — It was decidcd that tho Works Committee go on with thc work a3 soon as levels of street had been obtained. nuroiiTS. Tho Finance Committee reported having ex amined and passed thc following accounts, and re commended the saaio to thc Council for adoption and payment. On tho motiou of Aid. Richards seconded by Alderman Draper it was adopted, as follows J. Edwards ... ... ... £4 16 0 T...

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BOWRAL POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 5TH. (Before Messrs. F. R. Wilshire, P.M., J.J. Campbell, and J. Dawson, Js.P.) INSULTING LANGUAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 9 February 1892

BOWRAL POLICE COURT. Friday, Fedrttary 5th. (Beforo Mcrsre. F. R. Wilshire/P.M,, J. J. Camp 3cll, and J. Dawcon, Js.P.) j. INSULTING LANGUAGE. - Rachael Hunt v. Anna Fiddi8,:iQsuItiqglanguagor Tho caso had proviouoly been diamis ed, but ileferi* dant not haviug apolqgiscd ?as.'.prbmiflediV fresh- summons had been issued, .? Defendant was ordered to pay I2o; yriisnfewts- ex-: pcncca, and 7/10 co3to of court.- ; - v. \ FALSE r.RETUNCE3, c / . Polico v. 'P.. P. Giles, .'fatso* p.rotonccs.' Accused had been arrested on information o'f;-0. -W. 'Baylitf/ hotelkeeper, of Bowral, and cliargcd'wifch obtaining £3 17o, by mean3 of a valueless; cheque; Aftcrovi denco of thc policc had been taken as to arrest, ac cused was remanded till Monday. Bail allowed, rjolf and another at £150 cach. LICENSE. A hawking licenso was M. Baylia, Monda;^ (Before Mesr;1 Tte§T|&mag Dawsdu-.^ - ' '* Frederick Gile'j Ir ' ouse keeper io Bowrajy l?ttcr,' parato charges of passin; ^,1 at'unent of goods, and i...

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SURPLUS SHEEP AND CATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 9 February 1892

SURPLUS SJIEEP AND CATTLE. It is tho intention of the Premier to introduce before thc cloco .of tho present cession a bill tho ; object of which will bo to utilise thc surplus sheep ; and cattlc in Now South Wales, Tlio bill in ques tion will provide forpistoralists and stockowncrs to form themselves into lo-jal boards, with power to make an asscshmct on their stock, for tho nnrnose of establishing a fund which will ensurstho utilisa tion of surplus sheep and cattle. At tho present tiino. thcro aro millions of fat sheep within our territory for whioh there is no market. Tiic Govern ment proposal is to provide freezing depots nt all principal railway centres. To these point3 thc sheep from tho outlying districts will bo driven and killed and then forwarded chilled to tho Sydney market. All meat that i3 not absorbed in the metropolitan and adjacent contrcs of consumption will be avail able for export to other countries. Thc Government in this measure, intends to placo within tho roach...

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KANGAROO VALLEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 9 February 1892

KANGAROO VALLEY. (From our Correspondent^, On Thursday evening Inst n meeting of the mem bers of thc Church of England was held in the school room for tho purpose of electing lay represen tatives to thc 9th Synod of tho Church of England. ! A. Oslornc, Esq., Mosa Vale, and — Kent, Esq., ! Fittest., Sydney, were unanimously rc-clcctcd no a : recognition of their past faithful services. Tho Rev. 11. Tato occupied thc chair. After tho business closcd several matters of interest to thc Church were talked over, including tho atato of thc ccmotry. Thonewciy formed Frcctradc and Liberal Associa tion eolapsed after sovcral attempts to get mombers to attend tho meeting. Sovcral local gentlemen aro organising a Parlia mentary debating society, tlio work ot which' will consist exclusively of ideal legislative enactments. From what I can learn the now institution will eclinso all efforts heretofore mado in that direction. Parliamentary usuages and practices according to May will be observcu, ar...

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

BERRIMA DISTRICT COLD CLIMATE FARM ; AND DAIRY COMPANY, LIMITED. Sydney, Feb. 6. £ s. d. £ s. d. Butter, per lb... 0 1 0 to 0 0 0 Strong dmd Bacon ? 0 0 6J 0 0 7 Fair demand Lard ... 0 0 3i 0 0 4 Dull Cheese... ... 0 0 3 0 0 4iDull Hides ? 0 0 3 0 0 0 Very dull Heads ? 0 0 2 0 0 3 Dull Feet ? 0 10 0 13 Dull Eggs, per doz... 0 0 10 0 0 11 Brisk Potatoes, p. ton 3 0 0 3 10 0 Fair demand Fowls, por pair 0 3 0 0 3 6 Very dull Ducka... 0 3 0 0 3 6 Very dull Gccso ? 0 6 0 0 7 6 Dull Calfskius, each 0 10 0 13 Enquiry

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AN ELECTORAL DANGER. To the Editor of the S[?]tincer. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 9 February 1892

AN ELECTORAL BANGER. To thc Editor of thc Scrutineer. ^ Sir, — Thc principle of the one man one voto is right in tho abstract, but its practical application in a country like New South Wales, in which thcro always exists a large floating population, not posess ing any real interest in its substantial advancement, will always form a source of danger to thc settled portions of the community, na iu the United States, whore tho CelticandTeutonicvotciafrequcntly found assisting in neutralising thc native American vote, md in 'establishing hotbeds of political corruption md jobbery. To give votes to men who are here LO-day and away to-morrow i3 both unconstitutional md unsafe, Yet, if tho principle of tho one man -no vote bo acceptcd thc danger can, in a Jargo ncasurc, bo avoided by having ono voto for man iiood and another for thrift or property. To place the crowd of loaferB and dissolute idlers which in fest the Sydney parks and open apaces on thc same level as the majority of workiug ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 12 February 1892

TATTERS ALL'S MONSTER PRIZE LIST.- ' yiDinnu^eDTJn y DDo Januahy 2G. — AtlQ J:\1cI1 | 00,000 .Silb.-crilici:; | At\Q Enrh | FIIiST .. ... 10,000 I 20 at 100 each. ..2,000 SKCON1) ... 3, 000 20 „ 50 ,, ...1,000 TiliKU ... 2,000 | 25 „ 20 „ ... 500 S. (divided) ... 2,000 I 100 ., 10 „ ...1,000 N.S. Divided... 3,000 | 100 „ 5 „ ... 500 I.CS0 Tell per ccnt. 205 EXTRA. ONUS. 2B5 Ssc^DDnan'Eica CD. Fiautu.MiY 27. | At 10 iWA I 100,000 i At 10 W I Snliscribcrp. FIRST ? 15,000 50 at 100 each 5,000 SECOND ... 5,000 COntiiO „... 2,500 TI11KD ... 2,500 COatia „ ..2,000 S. (divided) 3,000 100 at 30 ,, ...3,000 N.S. (divided)... 4,500 500 at 10 ' 5,000 500 at 5 ,, ...2,500 Lcos 10 per ccnt. AMEjtf.mDSntiD C. M Alien 1. \/.t\QE«rl,\ 25,000 I At 10 Fllis r ... 5.000 20 at 50 oach ... 1,000 SICCOND ... 1,500 25 „ 20 „ ... 500 THIRD ... 1,000 100 ,, 10 „ ... 1,000 S. Divided ... 1,000 100 „ 5 „ ... 1,000 N.S. divided 1,000 | I..PS& Ten per ccnt. 215 ? EXTRA ONUS. 245 ®a. Please state the amo...

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F. L. Barker and Co.'s Report. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 12 February 1892

f. Ei. GSmIscv ami (DOo's Eeisart. ?SheopDkino. — ilarhet uncliangcd. Quotations : Full woollcd oUmo, up to «ljd ; medium, 3d to ohortA and brolcen, 2d to 3Jd ; green chins, up. to ?ifld ; pclta, Gd to 1 7Ad each. , Ilidv;3. — Markot unchanncd. K:;tra be^vy prime, 3d to 3.^d ; goodjicavico, 2Jd to 2j$d ; ordinary and oloppy hcavioo, 2,' d to 2{|(1 ; medium, 2f]d to 2^1 ; beat light, 2kl to ti^d ; ordinary, 2f;d ; dry, 2d to 3d per lb, Bark. — Markot firm for good oouthern chopped ; pricco for other qualities cnaini;. Beat, .£7 Ma to £8 17a fid j medium, £5 2a tu.:l7 53; inferior. £1 15a to £4 per ton. I'ig3. — Market lightly nupplied and pricc3 firm, and iikcly to remain go for the ne::t fortnight, Porkora v.-orlli -^d ; pigo, 3Jd per lb. Calvea. — Heavy cupplierj coming to band and pricea lovr*, vealera a hundredweight worth 20?.

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THE S.C. & W.C. COOPERATIVE COMPANY'S PRICE LIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 12 February 1892

TlIE S.C. & W.C. COOPERATIVE COMPANY'S - PRICE LIST. ? Sydney, Feb. 10th, £ a. d. £ s. d. Butter (factory), per lb ... 0 0 11 to 0 1 0 Do. 1st quality (dairy) ... 0 0 0 0 0 10 Do. 2nd „ „ ... 0 '0 0 0 0 7 Bacon, hand curod ... 0 0 7 0 0 74 Do. maelunc cured ? 0 0 C 0 0 Gjj Hams, hand cured ... 0 0 0 0 0.8 Do- niaeluno cured - ? .. .?? 0 0 G 0 0 7 Cheese, Htquality ... ; 0 0 4;0 0 4J Do. 2nd ond inferior ... 0 0 3 O o 4 Honey per lb ? 0 0 3 ? 0. 0 4 Pigs.eaoh ? ? 1: 0 0 , 117 6 Calves ... . ... ... 0 5 0 0 17 0 Hides per lb ? 0 0. 14 0 0 2J Calf skmu, each- ... ... 0 0 0 0 1..0 Fiour ... ?- l... 0* 0 0 13 0 -0 Do- 2nd --- ... ... 0 0 0 12 15 0 Maize, per bush ? 0 25 0 2 7 Wheat (clilok) ... ... 0 0 0 0 4 0 Barley (Eng.), por bush. ... 0 0 0 0 3 0 Do, (Cape) ... ... 0 0 0 0 3 6 Pats (sped) ... i,. ... 0 0 0 0 2 11 Do- (feed) ... ... ... v u a u „ i Onions, porton ?« ...4 0 0 5 0 ® Hay, oaten ? ... 0 0 0 9 2 9 Do. lucorno ? 0 0 0 0 0 0 Potato ... ... 2 10 0 3 15 0 Fowls, per pa...

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FOLEY BROS. PRICE-LIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 12 February 1892

FOLEY BROS..' PRICE-LIST. ?? Sydnoy, Feb. 10th :£ o d £ s d Butter, 1'actory, per lb ... 0 1 0 to 0 0 0 Bnttcr, Dairy ? ? 0 0 10 0 0 0 Bacon, hand-cured ... 0 O-0J '? 0 0 8 Chccso ? .... ? ? ? ... 0 0 3^-0 0 4 i Egg3, per doz. ,....? .. .;. 0 0 11 : _ 0 1 0 I Pics.pcrlb ? 0 0 4 ~J0 0 4J Calves, cqch .... ... O'5-O.'.'l D 0 i Honey, per lb ... 0 0';4'V 0 0 4} Fowls, per pair' ... ? 0 ~3. 0 0 3 3 Ducka - -;..?? ???v:: ..-.- 0 3' 0 0) 3 3 I Geoso ... 0 4 6- 0 5 0 I Turkeys ? - .0 10 -0 — P 15 0 | Maize, per bus. .;. ..(-..0 '-:0 2 6 I Wheat .. . * 0 0 '0 0 5 0 Oats, food ? ? 0 2 0 0 2 9 Barley, Capo -0 0 a 0 ? .0 0 0 Flour, per ton . ... ... 12 10 :0- IS 10 0 Hay, Iucerno ? 2 10 ' 0 - 3 0 0 Do, oaten... ? ? ? , B. 0 0 ? 5 10 0 Potatoes ... ... 2 10 0 3 10 0 Onions ? 5 10 0 6 10 0 Hides, each ? ? . ... 0 0 1} 0 0 2 Calf Slilua' : ... 0 0 0 0 1 0

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 12 February 1892

Mr. Joaoph Chnmborlmn, M.l'., hnn boon oloolod loacloi1 of tlio Liberal Unioniato in tho Houoo of Commona. Tho morabora of tho Solvation Army nro oolobvatmg tlio roturn of Gouornl Booth from hio tour in Auotrnlin nnd India. Tho London wool oaloa continuo without change in pricoo, but thoro 13 a opiritod com petition, Most unoxpootodly tho Junction mino wao on Ttoodny ordorod to bo clouod down, tiDd 130 mon woro dicchargod. No roaoon haa boon givon by tho dirootorn, hut it i3 undor otood that tho oulphato oroa vecontly troatod r.t Port Adolaido havo not turnod out no woll ao roporto from tho mino indicfttod. On ro- 1 coipt of tho nowo at Adolaido, lalo in tho | nfternoon, Junction oharoa foil from 9a to oa fid. Lord Carnngton ia a oandidato for elcctiou on tho London Oounty Counoil. Ho has been accorded a warm roception* Mr. Barton haa nasurod members of tho /to/-iolativo Aooombly that tho Govornmont would go on with tho Federation Bill oarly noxt session. A drondftil tragody occurro...

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BOWRAL VOLUNTEER COMPANY [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 12 February 1892

BOWRAL VOLUNTEER COMPANY\ ? Tho following is tlio order of tho parades for tho Bowral H. Company V. 1 . t — ? 'January 30, 3 p.m., drill order; skeleton .« battalion drill. February 20, 3 p.m., drill order ; cotnnany drill. March o, 3 p.m., drill order; bayonet excercise and guard duties. March 19, 10 a.m., drill order, with great i coats, watcr-bnttlcs, haversacks with dinners ; field firing ; wholo day parade. Tho wholo of tho parades will tako pUee at j Bowral.

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The Sculling Championship. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 12 February 1892

. Tlie ScmSlicng CDUiiiiiiiaapflOEiislla&p. Matters in connection with tho proposod mntch'for tho' sculling choraivonship have bow assumed a definite fovni. Tho doposiis mado by Stanbuiy with Mr. Warby will bo covered by Sullivan on Monday. Tho cham- ' pion hno left for tho Hawlcosburj', and it is nnticipctoi that bo will return ina fortnight's 1 ^ time, when articloa for a match with tho Now iJealand rcullo^ will bo signed. Ton wooks '^T'Y^ieroaflor — that in abjut tho commoncomont ? j May — tho contost will bo rowed. ? ? ?

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BERRIMA DISTRICT COURT. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 11TH. (Before His Honor, Judge Murray) [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 12 February 1892

BEllJUMA DISTRICT COURT Tjiurhdat, Fkbkcahy Htjl. I (Before His Honor, Judgo Murray) Emery c. Cow.in. — Claim for £43 10s on a pro- | miaoory note. Verdict for thc amount, C. C. Gale i\ P. P. Larkiu,— Claim £7 8s Id, money advanced. Verdict for amount cUitncd. J. W. Mealing H. E. Southey.— Claim £12 l(k 8d, goods cold. Mr. Gale appeared for plaintiff who did not res pond to the summons. Verdict for tho amount claimed. II. M. Oxley v, PetcJ Murphy.— Claim £34 8s Gd, professional coats. \ Detcndant did not appear. Plaintiff went into thc box, and said defendant admitted the debt and had paid £5 on account. Verdict for £'29 8s Gd. ' John W, Mealing u. Rev. D. T. Smith. — Claim £14 o3 7d, goods sold. Settled out of court. W. E.Newey c. J. and E. M'Cann,— Claim £200, damages for false imprisonment. Mr. Gale, who appeared for tho plaintiff, stated that this case, which was an action to recover £200 damages for false imprisonment, produced a written document signed before the registrar by ...

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Murder at Tumba[?]umba. A WOMAN SHOT DEAD. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 12 February 1892

Hunriei? cii *]? cacLiUs nt'cusrarjci 0 A WOMAN attOr DtaD, Albury, Wednc3dc.y.— A telegram from Tumbi ruml-a states that the wifo of John Bloomfield, a soleotor living near Rosoy/ood, was shot dead m her house yesterday by William Cecil, aha; Perry. It is alleged that Perry went to tho placo \7hcro Mrs. Bloomfield and hor tlirco ohlldrcn woro, end that the woman ran away, but tlio man shot her in tho baclTjust 'xsliind ^tho right shoulder. Death was ''Tho'aceuocil v/aa crrentcd this morning in 'his hut. Ho said— 'I fired nt her, but did notUiinUI hp, I went thoro to have n r ov/ r/»t)i BloOin fieTumbaruhiha, Wednesday .-William Cecil, alias Parry, who inurderod Mrs. BloomGold, has been oanturcd in o hut oevoral miles diatant. Ho vent ' 'to the house end told thc deceased that ho was going to shoot ber, when slio tried to drag ho r;uu a raj r !«:»vi fnllinr* thin oho rp-n into tho houco, Ce^l flrcd nnVshot ?ior dead, momnt.tertl.cn. went to Glenroy Hotol and got drinl:ji)g. Tlio thr...

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London Fruit Market. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 12 February 1892

ILoBHlloflu Fnnult jKHnpIiet. A small consignment of South African peaches of medium quality his boon placed on the London market in good condition, nnd created nn extraordinary domand. The wholo parcol was cloarod r.t 30a. por dozon. Mosors._ Garcia nnd Jacob and othor gentle men, with a largo esporienco in such matlors, assert that tho TnGmanian applos, to bo placed on tlio mnrUot during tho coming season, will equal in domand tho finest American supply. Tho domand will bo lower for baiting sorts. Thoro will bo an enormous demand in tho future for Taomanian fruits, provided that tho markot is not glutted and the shipments do not ox?ood 15,000 caoos a fortnight.

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Self-[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 12 February 1892

[?] Tho Charters Towers Evening News is res poiioible for the following During the last: week of self-denml in connection with' the Salvation Army a rather amusing incident occurred locally. A man and his wife, who live within a mile of Queenton, are Salvation ists, and the appeal made to deny themselves' struck them with the force of a stone thrown at short range. They held a consultation, and tho following dialogue occurred : — Hus- band : ' I would fain deny myself, dear wife, but an I neither smoko nor drink, how is it to be accomplished 1 ' His wifo thought for a while and then caid : — Let us go without any meat for a week. It would bevhard for I mo to go a whole week without it, but wo. must deny ourselves.' And so ifc was agreed. But they got tired of bread and butter and kisses after the tirst day, so tho wifo bought eggs, and finding that they stayed Iter craviug for a bit of moat she continued to buy egg3 for the rest of the week. They con gratulated themselves on tho com...

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Death of Mr. Geo. Gibbons. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 12 February 1892

DeatSa «IF EI?. f®e©.. A e announced in our lnat toauc, Mr. George Gibsow, prcviouoly nirrht ofiiccr nt Bowral,; died -ttf Tarana on Saturday lnat. Dcccai-cd 'waaborn at Sutton Forcat in 'Augucfc, KZ0; lie v/as qmet aud unobtrusive, nnd of Iiwb.t., and . s.on many friend at, tho .varioua otationn of wnlch bo baa ? control. Hb waa married in Bowrnl to n ^lisn Dnrfield. and had four children, ono of whom lieu in tbo Bong Bong Cemetery, ?v;bcro*alGo Uc3 ;go deceaced'o parcnta, two oiatcw, and g brother. ^ Ho waa o member of tlio Masonio Lodgo. Mr. Gibbono ✓ ^aa for m^ny vcarn night ofuccr c*t tho Bowral railway ctatlon, and from thenco ho was promoted ? to atationmaofcr cfc Wingello. Ho ^/aJ icmovcd from 'NVingello to Coojart, and from thenco to Qiieanboyan. LromO.ueanbcycn Gibbonj ^/ao , eont to talco chargo of Tarana, y/l?or/3 (-o fiojjtracted j inflammation of tho bo\^clo, yiblch tcn^nw.u?4 j fatally on Saturday laafc.

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