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A Monster Wheat Stack. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 12 February 1892

A SHonsltCE* \K7Eicnt Stack. Tlifl Younp; Co-oporativo Holler Flour Mill is juot nt present ono of tho moot lively business plncea in tlio colony, tho whont deliveries, considering tlio nottoon, boing ox= ceptionolly lnrge. On visiting: tlio mill loot weak wo woro shown ono stack of 11,000 bushels of whont, which wo woro informed is boinfj 00 rapidly buil£ up that during tho next few weolio it will probnbly grow to twice its prosont dimensions. As 00011 as tho harvesting operations nro over, and moro labor is available, it io intendod to worlc a second shift, or 16 houro out of tho 24, and | the directorsconfidently hopo to havea supply of wheat to hoop tho mill going till noxt year's' crop comes in. Tho miller io still, giving 4/9 for tip-top samples, 2d or 3d moro than neighbouring mills, so that wheat is pouring in from all quarters. — Chronicle.

Publication Title: Scrutineer, The
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ROBERTSON. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 12 February 1892

ROBERTSON. -, (Ftimour'CorrcappndmlJ,';\ Tho monthly meeting of tho Band of Hope was 1 held in the' '\N csloynn Church on Tuesday evening la&t. Thc Rev. J. Colwcll presided nnd tlicro wao a good attendance. After tho meeting had been opened by singing aud prayer, tho following pio gramme wao gouo through with s— Hymn 0 (Sankey), Company; Duct 'Glad Messenger,' M isseo M. Williams aud Wctiham ; Reading ' Three Black Crown,' Rev J. Colwcll ; Recitation 'Won- derful power in prayer,' Mis3 Zilla D'»wes ; Hymn 17G (Sankey), Company; Song 'Ycsterdny,' Mr. 1 Uusscy ;Song ?' The Minstrel Hoy ' Miss Wenham ; Reading 11 Social Tics and Social Duties,' Mr. J. T. Stone; Hymn 512. Company ; Dialogue, . Misses MoQit and N;_ Williams ; Song ?? Poor Old Joe,' Miss E. Williams ; Solo ' Meet mc at thc fountain,' Rov, J. Colwoll ; Hymn, Company. Thc Chairman hero delivered a short address, and made an appeal to tboso who had not nigued tho pledge to como forward and do so, when nine responded....

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ATTENDANCE AT BIG MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 12 February 1892

?Attendance at Bio Matches. During tho five days' .over which, the match between Lord Shefiicld'o team aud an Australian Eloven extended, £3000 (le3S three or four pounds) wao taken at tho gates, The ofhcial rccmio of tho attendance arc as followD : — Friday, 7104; Satur day 20;1G9 ; Monday, 8704; iucsday, 0949 ; - Wednesday, 6972 ; total, 52,978. At the first test match played at Melbourne the aggregate attend onco for five daya amounted to 63,000 people, and tho cross takings were £a091. lho largest sum ever taken at a crickct match in Auotialla, how- j ©ver, ia £3437, tho amount of tho receipts during tho match against Ivo Bht;ho vu.m in | Sydney from January 26 to T j, 18- J. Ca oiiu day , (a holiday) wMlo thc gamo v/au proceeding the | attendance wns cntimn,tcd_at botween 2G, 000 nnd | 27,000, which io the L rrgvJt c.i record mAuotnlia.

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Mittagong Municipal Council ELECTION OF MAYOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 12 February 1892

I KUtoftoiiK rvatniiEcipiil -U»iWflcil» FLECTION, OF MAYOR. A opecial meeting of the Mittagong Council was held on Tuesday afternoon for thc purpose of elect ing a Mayor for thc ensuing year. Aid. Viles (Mayor), Middlcton, Draper, Snowdcn, Dawson, Richards, Mealing, and Larlun were prescut. On thc motion of Aid. Mealing nncf Draper, Aid. Richards waa proposed for tho position of Mayor, and wao supported by Aid. Snowdcn aud Middlc ton. There being no other candidates proposed, Aid. Vilco declared Aid. Richards duly vlcctcd ns Mayor. Aid. -Richards returned thanks for thc honor conferred upon him. Aid. Dawiion proposed a vote of thanks to thc retiring Mayor (Aid.. Viles), which wao ccconded by Alu. Larkin, suppoitcd by the other Aldermen, and carricd by acclamation. Aid. Viles returned thanks for thc vote. On thc motion of Aid. Draper and Snowdcn, it wao resolved in the affirmative that tho thanks of the ccuucil be conveyed to cx-Ald. Shcather,* for tho nssistuncc he had rendered whil...

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INDEPENDENT C.C. V. ROBERTON PARK B. TEAM. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 12 February 1892

Independent C.C. v. Roberton Park B, Tkau. Oil Saturday afternoon last tho newly-formed Bowral club drovo out to Roberton Park and played a pleasant game on tlio Roberton Park grnuud. Ike play was very good on the whole and productiv c of much amusement to thc onlookers, who thoroughly enjoyed the futile shots made at tlio wickct, which | were often narrowly expcn3i\e to the batsman j | longeroccupation of thc creases. Amongst it all there was some really Bmart fielding shown, and the howl ing of both teams -.ma very good. . ? wcasro. ?). men zies, 0. Norman, G. Piper, nnd J; Dennis being thc mo3t destructive with the ball. Roberton Park first essayed to make a big score, and totalled 61*. Out of these E. Perkins mado 29 by good play. The Independents began well, then collapsed, and ended ?with a slight improvement, totalling 40, or 15bc hind. C. Smith nnd R. Hincs showed tho best form, tho former imitating Bruce and soon made 17, whilst the latts? stoncy railed like Banncrmnn and m...

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Better than a Gold Mine. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 12 February 1892

DBcttea* tilnsniu st (Kohl EUltac. Few pooplo roaliso tho immenno woalth which is being dug out of tho Proprietary Mino at Broken Hill. A ton of silver every day ! It is a veritable Bonanza. Tho thirteenth half-yoarly meeting of tho share holders in tho Broken Hill Proprietary Mino wns held in Molbourno on Thursday last. Tho Chairman said that during tho six months just closod thoy hod divided £576,000 and up to dato £4,090,000, in cash had boon distributon, in addition to.£ 1, 744,000 shares in off-shoots from tho compnn*'. Tho gross value of tho output of tho mino from tho beginning ha-i amounted to tho onormouo oum of £7,360,000 sterling, and tho daily output now amountod to ono ton of oilvor and 150 tons of load. Tho prospects aro said to bo bottor than ovor. j Mr. Black movod tho adjournment of tho Logislativo AcsomHy on Tuocday to di?ouos tbo uuomployod quostion. In tho dobato which followed, Mr. Lyno oaid that tho Gov ernment would not establish relief works, but would push f...

Publication Title: Scrutineer, The
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The Bora Dora Blacks. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 12 February 1892

ITHae ffiwrn EDorsi IBljicEig. The alleged 44 Dora Dora blacks,' who arc wanted for a murder committed something liko a year ago in Victoria, still crop up occasionally iu tho papers. Tho policc have never ceeu them, but tlicy have followed the tracks of four naked feet right through Victoria and across more than half New South Wales, aud how often they have lost thc original feet and picked up a fresh set no one knows. The only man who saw thc indubitable niggers — thc ono with tho trade mark and tho name blown in thc bottle— io dead months ago owing to a apeer in his back ; and if the police ercr culture the pair or any other nair— thev must cither let them go'- again or hang them without evidence. If they meant to let them go again then wo presume they wouldn't run after them, anyhow. Accordiug to latest advices, tho missing heathens wero near Tamworth, from which is conjectured that they must have fled down Oxford-street, Sydney, and across Gcorgc-3trect and made for thc North. ...

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SUTTON FORRST BUTCHERING Co. v. GOVERNMENT HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 12 February 1892

SOTTON . FoMlST BtTTCIIlillING Co. v. Govkknment ? ' Housk. A match wao played on the Hill View wicket on AVodnosday afternoon la3t between tho above club3 aud resulted ill a win for Government Houso by 23 runs. Appended are tho scores : — * . button Forest Butchering Co. J. Flcetoii, b Pitt ? 27 J. Prigg, b Prigg ? ? - a, b. Townscnd, run out, b Pitt ... 18 C. Ptarce, b Prigg ? 7 ? W'. Stubbings, c Pitt, b Prigg ... 3 T. Pool, b l'npg ? 0 . W. Cross, b Pitts ? -...12 ? T. Culey, not out ... ? 2 O. Brooder, b Prigg ? 2 W. Pri(,g, caught, b Pngg ... 2 ? . jHj Atkiusoiu/b Pitt. ? 3 Sundries ? .-. 7 Total ? 89 Government House.. ? : f . E. Prigg, b Pdol ...: : , ?... 25 i ? G. James, retired ? ? 13 H. Chohnondley. b Fleeton ... 0 H. Pitt, c Stubbings, b Pool ... 6 A. Clark, b iowosond ? 37 J. Wordsworth, o Prigg, b Pool ... „6' r H- Badgury, b Fleeton ... 0; . ; Lord Jensoy, b I?Icotoni ... ? ... ,7j i ?? S. Nlcholls, not out... ? 3 W. Bailey, b Fleeton ? 0 F. Parker, b Fleeton, ... ? ...

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A Risky Wager. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 12 February 1892

A HlisEsy Winger. A correspondent writou to the ' Australian Star' : — Two gentlemen made a wager of £1000 that they would throw down a bag containing £1000 in bank notes at tho cross ing in Goorgo street by tho Town Hall and 1000 pooplo should pass it without picking it up withiu an hour. This wao dono at 7.15 p.m. and loft till 8.15. and tho passers-by counted thi numbor of ovor 1000. Tho canvas bag containing tho £1000 was a Bmal! ono and .7as kickod by soveral porGons and struck with sticko, but not piokod up by anyoao. Thon tho owners, who woro watch ing, roloasod it from it3 precariono position and carofully took possossion of its contonto and won thoir wager. - 1

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A Son cuts his Mother's Throat. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 12 February 1892

A §01111 cuts Ms JHotlner's Tferoat. What appearo l to havo boon a premedit ated attemptod to murder took placo in a shop in Market street, Sydney, on Monday. About 10 o'clock a woman named Mrs. Sally Stock Kirk, 62 yoaro cf ago, was found lying in hor shop (a bookseller's, No, 85 Market street) with hor throat cut. Constable Hor bort wao at once informed and conveyed hor to tho Sydnoy Hospital in a cab. On ad* mission sho waa found to bo aufioring from an incicud wound in tho throat, apparently caused by a gash of a sharp instrument from right to loft. Several of tho smaller arteries woie cut, hut tljj-windwipe wao intact. The Eatient wao in r^';tj'°thV T'rifAS,10 nn^ was loading frooly.t .Vise in Black Cottorf'yjt'ieb ooriouo, 10 nr.;-- ' ? -Tato»(n-'^ -!»hea)CCii j appears that, 5 oon of tbio-vi' .t» ago, wont to t! ^ , E izabo h atror Markot-otrof' had dono an otablo Jon1;0 9 V Tho accusodi. 'Yes; I did ii; ; t v ^ tho same timo banfl^^^jf claop-knito with a blade Ho furthor oai...

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Sensational S[?]onising. SNAKES IN THE PULPIT. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 12 February 1892

Semiccifilsnan CsirnaGaisIiiff. y S\AIs.I j IN llli: PULPIT Tbo Amoncan correspondent of tho BBKf.wp-M'SIoocliostor Esamioet' to'Ip tho following y^v-r'V' ostraordnmrv ntnrv : — 'Jud inf; by what l| ?few*:.. ? sa^v nnd hoard at tho Bioom 1 troot Tabor* 8K naclo on Sucdr.y moiniu?, I should say that j ?feev'ivifir.v.lho tendency of pulpit orators in tho IJnitod ! SBftfes-'y :tfitat03 io diutinctly towards realism. The! w.3 jijenched by the Eov. J)t. J Tyndall, and it. wno certainly tho moot exl in- ordinary ono Ifnt it hao ovor boon my lot to | hear and witneca. Tho tost was tho roh 1 played by tho corpont in tho Gardon o£ ' Edon, nnd nnnltoa eonotitutod tho- main fcaturo of tho ontiro diccourco. Whon com menting upon tlio nnnko which Aaron produced by catting hio ctnir upon tho ground in lJharaoh'o prcoonce, tho revorend doctor throw down on tho platform a big blackthorn, and tlion ntooping down, rono again with a Govponl about 5£t. long dang, ling from hio finger?. Itappoarod alive...

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SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 12 February 1892

I ; SIiinr.AB^. ; ; ,7 f I'ro3idont itni'riGon'o troatmont of Chili haa nlionntod tho Oontrnl nnd South. Am9ri- ^n^Iiopublia.') iroi.t Irioutwhip \/ith tho . Count ao '.j ? l| , j mLioc^dgr in , ^ v Borlin, hr..o iroii-. iuHuonza. -'Y ' 5ho conoun oL tho -riiolQ o1. Jndin shiws ' llir.t liio poindriioh in 203,000,000.;-; - 'II ;'i': -j ? .j-': *r . on Moriaajo ? tll'o Dir. ^.i' ? ;rl ltetbh3ioil':^^^,i.'TiK^i:;i-9 I .pacrod its cccos:. ::~?.uiuc by 3C votsa t6\' onu y/r.3 tnhon through comaitto'o. . ; : 'i. J. G-. 3!aino, tho AmGrican Sccretdt^J;, ; 1 ; v : . ?o I nir.ic, :-o ?'.if.r'.tioii r', V, cr.ndi-t 1:'. dnto ioj ;ho Picrjijc:-.'.;; o.. I-... ' J:\\ St-ites.' V : A hundrod r.nd iitty tcnr.nta on thoPon-j'' oonby catat03 ia Iroicnd havo agrood to,- , purchaao thoir holdingu from tho landlord. ? upon- tlio toi'mo offorcd ia 1807.- V: ? An hotoJ in Nor/ York haa boon dcalroyod V , \ , ? by fito, many porcono boinjj .burnt to death. ; Tho building conaiatod o£ oin otoryoa, and th...

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

? . R, 'EMMffl, ^TJa'TXO 1KTESK,, 'WILDS HEABQT7 AIID EGBERT SOU, ' ^ '-RE - Prepared to conduct Sales in any par{ of , A the District. -£. /nOE^DIfc & (Co.,, . !, Auctioneers and Property Agents, i Valuators, he., ???'THfe IIABT, B0T7BAL. ;±-. ; clippord, . Anetioneer, Houoe, Land, & Estate .Agent SALKS Conducted throughout th« District. Agcnt'~for Fire, T.lfc and Stock nsurance Comp»nies._ , ArgyBc Sflcccfl;, Moss VoBc. ALFRED LSMITH. (Late HENRY L. SMITH,) C O ir M I 8 S10M ASH N 1, ? ' and GENERAL PRODUCE MERCHANT, COMMERCIAL STORES,. .. 118 nud 1J8® Sussex-street Sydney. , FOLEY BROTHERS, (jOMMISSIOn AGEITTS and PEODITCE : HEXLCHAUTS, ?.113 and 112 SUSSEX-STREET, SYDIIEY ALL Consignments received under PersonalSuper vision and Ready Sale at Highest Markot Price (Jnaninteeii, Acconut Sales rendered promptly, - and ipeeial attention givon to tho return of empty pn^kagea, A Iritvi EeopcctfnUy Solicited :? iphjbcilikd EiaDirncD]^ ~ ; H. TAYLOR & BON ' HAVE o...

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LOCAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 12 February 1892

LOCAL ITJIMS. Mr. John Holmes haB been rc-olectcd Mayor of ??,v .-fiowral. I ?Mr. Richards has been elected Mayor of Mltta '??? Ron);. ? ????. ? The rotiiig for tho Mayoral eleotion at Bowral was— Holmes, G ; Rice, 3. A ball is to be held at East Kangiloou this (Fri ? bay levelling in aid of the Kangaloon Crichct Club. ?-v.v. - . A meotiOK of tlio'Moas Valo Council to clect tho ^ Mayor foi the encuing year will bo licld this after- | l]h' , * _ noon Mr lhrosby is likely to bo re-elected. j t ' News Ins been recoivcd in Braidwood that Mr. 5_- Austin Clnpnnn, M-P. for that district, lies - dangerously ill at the l'alace Hotel, Sydney. | ' ?'file following conditional purchase was taken lip &&& ' nt tho Moss V ale Land ollico yesterday (Thura ijj|K?rty ? doy) J. H. Garbult 07 acres, Parish Bundunoon, raMfettef ' - -Cki.inty Ciinden. . Hie Kangaroo Valley A. h II. Arsociation'a ' seventh annual nliow tal;ca placa on -otii nnd ? of' February- I'rira sclicilulcs am...

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

Special AdvcrllsciBcntB. i 'OlCHARDSm , MOSS VALE, Cnhol»terer, Fronoh Poholior, 2ioliUu * l'ramor. C:o. LABOB Stock of Furniture, Bcdntcado and Bedding, Carpets, Mattmrj, Linoleum, Door M.tfl, &C-, alw.aya on hand. .Spring llollu nnd Venetian Bhndn, in.-.do and fitted 01 repaired. GOMMERGIAl Mil KING' ? COM PANY. Ejtnblishod 1D34. Incorporeal lui'J. Head Ofilco : (iKOUflK hxnECT, Sydney. ? 0 ? . CAPITAL ? nfififf.OOf) RESERVE FOI7D ? ^70,001) |tlt3F.RVK TOR h'.'l.'.U.I.HATION or Dividknui! ? '100. CCO Money rcceivcil at Interest nnd all other usual Banking Itanneon transacted. E. EVERARI) HOW, Man-achu. IJQS3 VALE BUAIJCn. 'wTh~ co., Estahmshed 1S!)3. IxcowoiiATrcn 1SS:S, est ' , . n i ' i II i H '[ V : Solo Agents for 1'IANOS by btemwny and Sous, /*? ? Julius Feurich, Uohel mil I.echleiter, Carl rt-. - Eckc.The Victor, The boiling ; nnd for tho - Tjorld-renow.'.eil 1.^ L i.V OU(iANS mid llooncyn 15 r. inn ltand y-'-1'-'/ Instruments. .y Universal Providornof PIANOl' ORH.S,...

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EVENTS TO COME: SHOWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 12 February 1892

EVKNTS TO COME : . shown . . « Bcrfinm District Show, r,ccon-3 v/cc!; in March, v.-'' Rohcrtcon Sho'w, March 2 mul I), 1S32. J CrooUwcIl P. nnd A. Association, March 10th j and 11. Goulburn Agricultural Socictv, March 21 and 25. | Kiama A. Acsocintion, Wcdncndnv, Thurcday, and Friday, 27th, 23th, and 20th January, 1802. Kn« tries closo January 0th.

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 12 February 1892

CRICKET. Oa Saturday last a cricket match waa played at i Robertson between the local and Mount Murray | school-boys, which resulted in an easy victory for i tho mountaineers. .Flic win wan mainly duo to thc -? good batting of Stanley Alicrs (47 not out), end A. Wills (22). For Robertson A. Vniulonberph wan top scorer with 7 in thc firut and 23 in the cccond innings. The totals wero Mount Murray, first innings, 87 ; Robertson, firat innings, 28, and second innings, CO. A cricket match was played at Shcllharbor on Satmday between the Kangaloon and Shcllharbor C.O. . when tho visitors proved victorious by 32 suns, tlio scores being— Kangaloon, 81; Shell harbor, o2. ?A team will bo picked from tho following to re present tho Fitzroyn against Bowral Association on Saturday next : — Waller, Wallace, Arnott, Dunn, Richardson. (iarluig. Giillcn (2), Culey, tickle, Wightley, Osborne, .McCarthy and iirmflcld.

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SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 12 February 1892

SPORTING. j Sttrttarics and other Known resident* of th* different j localities in tchtrh uport* cecur will oblige by ' : ? v tiding us particulars at e'rhj nt ooss'tbh after :'v , . . wo several event?.] . I

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EVENTS TO COME: SHOWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 12 February 1892

EVENTS TO COME : SHOWS. Bcrrima District Show, second week in Marclw Robertaou Show, March 2 and 3. 1892, Crookwell 1'. anil A. Association, March 10th nnd 11. . . ? _ . Goulburn Agricultural Socictv, March 21 ana 25. Kiama A. Association, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday, 27th, 28tl), and 29th Jauuary, 1892. En tries closo January Glh.

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RIFLE SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 12 February 1892

: EIPLE SHOOTING. Tho quarterly prlzo shooting of tho Bowrol Volunteer Rifle Club took placo on tho Hopewood range Inst Saturday. Tho shooting was carried on unaer tho penny per point system. Color.Sercrt. BienaKer securcd 3d a point with 57, Corp. Row Unde 2d with S4, and Pt. Goodoholl 1^1 with 03. Seventeen members put in an appcarancc and tried their skill with thc musket, but tho light being agaiiist tho riflemen tho shooting was not up to their tuual standard* Appended arc thc individual ?cores Name. £00 000 Hp T1 Color-Sergt. Bissakor ? 32 23 2—57 Corp. Rowland ? 28 28 0—54 Pt. Goodsoll ? ... 23 30 0—53 Pt. Sutton ? 29 ? 25 0—53 Pt. Egan ? 27 10 4—50 Sergt. Duprcz ? ... 22 27 0 — 40 Pt. J. Chant ? ... 22 22 0—44 Capt. Napier ... ... 21: 20 0—41 I Civ. Varloxv ... ... ... 22 14 4—40 Corp. Dale .„ ? 19 10 0—38 Pt. Goode ... 16 ' 16 5—37 Corp. Pain ? 13 18 4—35 Pt. McCallum ? 12 15 3—30 Pt. Collony ? 17 . 0 5—28 Pt. Mayo ? 15 4 5—24 Pt. Wilson ? ... '4 ' 4 12—16 Soigt. Pugh ... ....

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