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CRICKET. BOWRAL ASSOCIATION V. [?]GONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 12 February 1892
CRICKET. Bowiial Association* v. mitt.ujonu. A niblcl) was played between the abovo cluba nt Mittagorg on Saturday, and resulted in an ensy victory for tho Association rcprcsCntntivea by an Innings nml 07 runs. TJic fielding pointa for thc day were awarded to C. Church (lot) nnd J. Griffitho (2ud). Mr. W. (Jlcccon captaincd thc Bowral team, while Mr. T. Dowling tilled thc cauic position for tho opposite aide. Kollowing arc thc | acorca Association. J* Griffiths! *5 Lee ? G9 C. Church, b J. Dowling ... 27 W. Brennan, l.b.w., b T. Dowling 21 W. Glceson, not out ? 24 E. Griffiths, c T. Dowling ... 0 J. White, Bt. lludhnd, b Loecby 2 O. Frost, b T. Dowling., ... 0 H. KUson, b T. Dowling ... 0 '* ^ R. Sneddon, b R. Lo3cby ... 3 7 - P. Comer, run out ? (j k- „ - 4 v ' E. Foster, c and b T. Dowling .. .0 ^ Sundricn ... ... 7 ?; i ina -.5 Mittagong. -f let innings. 2nd innings. rt(i'C. Akers, b Brennan ... 0 b E. Griffiths 0 J*' W. Loseby, c Foster, b 't~sK J. Griffitho ? ? Ob Church ... 2 ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 12 February 1892
What People Say, ? MRS! LAUKE MCELL15U, GEORGINA-STUK15T, NEWTOWN, N.S?W.; ? ; : Dear Sir, — -I can with confidence bear witness to thc wonderful efficacy of Clemcnto Tonic in curing liver and kidney disease. I havo -long been a victim to indigestion (causcd by liver complaint) and an affection ef tho kidneys. X suffered terribly from headaches, pains iu thetick and Bide, with obstinate constipation. Kt mc except myself knows what my sufferings .havo been. I w«b always tired and InnguUVf with yp abiljty or inclina tion to perforin my daily wo# 2 Ay tongue was furred in tho mojafing, andy^sour taste in the mouth, and fieqjsnt vomiting ; one'day I would bo pretty well am the r^xt/v iry distressed or com- j pletely pro3n;.ltc(l wit very confirmed languor. i This went .pa until I' v/aa so ill I wao completely done ujyand qiiitjj unable to move, my ankles ? being s-,ollen aiiihick a3 my tViighs.^ I consulted ! physicians, Hlyof whom pronounced/die case oiifl of ; Dropsy ; tl^A'ariously a...
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 12 February 1892
Mr. W. M'Millau, M;L.A\ loft- Sydnoy by 'Wednesday night's express for Adelaide, to join tho E.M.8. Oriental, en route to Eng land. ' ' ' - ? ' : b Mr. J. E. Redmond, M.P., iotenda to move in the House of Commons for au amnesty to political prisoners, ~ Lord Salisbury declares that Great Britain will never surrender Egypt,' either, to., the oupremauy of another Puwer, or to the des truction that would fall upon it if left to itself. ? , ' Isolated ctise3 of foot-and-mouth disease., in o ittle aro reported to have boen disdoverofl in the outskirts of London. . London financiers insist that for at lea'stf a year Australia must borrow 'evetytKjn^' locally. , 7 On Tuesday night a settler in'the-'irpptr^ Hastings, named John Coombes, shot a. well- known resident named Cameron, .who .iri'th^ . dark he mistook for ono of tho Dora -.Dora i blacks. ?? -t The second annual conference of the Gene-... nil Liibom-ero' Union of Au'straliisia was opened at the Trades Hall on Wednesday. A report wn...
Berrima District Cold Climate Farm and Dairy Company. To the Editor of the Scrutineer. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 12 February 1892
JEcriiUMsii ? nMstaict €oM (Gliniate Parai EJHci Dairy (UoiaiBHMny. I To thc Editor of the Scrutineer, I Sir,— Your sub-leader (?) of last issue contains j the following strong inference in the interest of a i popular company, that beforo the organisation I was thought of the dairymen were fleeced right and: j left, and tho produce was subjected to all kinds of j imposition at thc hands of tho agent3.' Thio, sir, is an old chargc aud an old slaudor and au eviucuc uc. Somo years since a large aum was offered by advertieomcnt by thc ngcuto for a single instanco' such ao you mention ; that sum, £100, ivat present to be gained by the writer of that article it he can prove bis assertions, Thc chargc being geucral inakco the cjwardicc of such charges more com plete ; fr».m henceforward let tho vermin scandal mongers belong to the scoundrel pack tlioy are. This is truly the age of 4t coolers and agitators' but the-'cooling comes often . after agitation-. ao thousands kuoiv to-day who belio...
Military Arrangements. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 12 February 1892
military Arrangements While the appointment of Colonel Roberts milit ary under-aecretary hao not yet been formally - con firmed by the executive, thc duties arc being i performed by that gentleman and thc appointment ! will shortly bo made. Tho premier has decided to placc all tho military offices in oue building. These olficea are now scattered throughout the cityi «ud by bringing them together much expeuso and iricon [ vcnieuco will be obviated. At least £250 a 'year , will bo saved iu re»*.t alone. Thc new offices aro to ! be located in Maequane-atrcet in close proximity ' to thc board of health. It has been decided by Mr. | Dibbs, as minister for defence, to hold thc next I Easter encampment at Cunpbelltown on the site I previously used for this purpose.
CHURCH OF ENGLAND [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 12 February 1892
CHUnon OF EITGLAIID Sdtxon Forest. — lot and 3rd Sundaya in the month at 3 p.m. ; 2nd and 4th Sundayo in the month at 11 a.m. and Holy Communion ; 5th Sunday at 3 p.m. Moss Vale. — lot and 3rd Sundaya in the month at 11 a.m. nnd Holy Communion ; every Sunday at 7.30 p.m.- Bundanoon*. — 2nd and 4th Sundays iu the month at 3 p.m. ; 5th Sundays in the month at 11 a.m. and Holy Communion. Exeter — Wednesday (on or beforo full moon) 7.30. Hollytiiori'E (Cros3 Roads— Thursday (on or bc» fore full moon) 7.30 p.m.. — Rev. A. G. Stoddartj Bong Bong (Christ Church) — Divine Service every Sunday morning at 11 a.m.; Mount Aahby (St. Thomas) — Evory Sunday at 3p.m. ; Yarrunga — Second Sunday iu every month at 3 p.m. All ceat3 aro free. — W. A. Leoch, B.A. IIo i A' Tiiikity, BuimnrA. Berrima, every Sunday at 11 j first, third, and fifth Sundayo in tho month at 7. Rev. G. Sheppard, 13, A. Cr is3 Roado, firat and third Sunday at 7. Sifgh Range, second Sunday at 3. Belanglo, fourth Sunday at 3. * St...
Platform of the National Association of New SoutH Wales. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 12 February 1892
Platform of the National Associa- i tion of New South Wales. j The National Association of Now South Wales . J places beforo thc people of the Colony its present j working platform. Its object is to defeat tho .» attempt which has been made to secure for one section of tho community tho power to dominate -, thc remainder. Such action, if allowed to go un- ; cheeked, would result in tho loss of public credit, tho crippling of private enterprise, the withdrawal , of capital frun investment, tho creation of class ' hatred, aud possibly in the end revolution and . ?/. anarchy. Tho Association holds that the people j will bo 'better served by thc passing of practical measures, calculated to benefit all cfassca aiiue, .; than. by. theoretical experiments in the interests of ono section only. Ittlferoforo invites consideration j by tho electors of thc following brief statement of . . ,?/ i. its principles, to which future candidates for Beats iu Parliament, who would securc thc support of ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 12 February 1892
pHOTOGKAruY.— Mr, Sihcvt, tho well-known photographer, whoso reputation for ov.or thirty yeara Iina eatablialied liim a favorite, ia. now at Bowral, where ho Im3 crccted* at great cjcpenao, a otuilio, which will cn.'iblc him to turn out work superior to anything in tho diatriet. Everybody ia invited to hia uttulio to judgo for them Bclvea. Satiafaetion guaranteed. ' Photos 'taken by inntantancoun procc.':3. Ail v/ork beautifully enamelled, and thereby prevented from fading. Sydney pricca. rTo photo, ^rapher named John Small, Hcury Hay, or V;rillinm Jackson ia in my employ, or in any v/ay connected with my firm. £10 rcY.TA'd will bo paid for information of any photographer obtaining monny or work in my name, net loyally authorised. Printed form of receipt crai at otice caticfy you. — G» A. Sibort, photographer, Llo-aVale. Hcad-ijuartcra, Bowral. —A DVT. - Certainly tho best mcdieine known i'J SANDER and SONS' EUCALYPTI EXTRACT. . Teat its ominently powerful cflect3 in coughj,^ cclda,...
Security of Property. (To the Editor). [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 12 February 1892
Sccjapity-.:®ff CirotiiHJfcy; f CM the Editor). - // Sib,— One o! tho argumentn employed by tho cstreuio advocates of tho ono man one vote principlo ia that that it will weaken tho influence of those who havo property in favour of tboso who havo none, and tlioy. seem to think that when a man possesses a littlo property of hio own he io guilty of a crime against tho estate; yet, in tho general desiro to ueeuro property ia to be found tho strong est possiblo incentive to industrial exertion and tho. development of individual nkill and ability. Security of property ia tho essential of all govern ment. In that security lio tho interests of tho poor ao wen as oi mc ricn , in ic lies tno only justification of contidence, tho only motivo by which industry can bo animated, and by which capital can bo induced to oxtend its salutary and fertilising influence. If belief iu the ccourity ot property is once destroyed iu .thio country, ao it 13 in oomo distant republics of 'which wo know, the. fi...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 12 February 1892
HARVES^ i FESTIVAL, ' An ANTHVii 1 1 vill jo Sung ^jOACHES— thorojiml^. .ck— Olio Shilling. Sutton ^;.j?egt'Orioket Olub. //-y n ' AMHiiiTIiSG v' -iVba he'd ^h'-^c?Qmmorcial nvi'ioii, 10 FRIDAY New, If .-i -,.-ut, nt i f.i'pnXer tbo purpose of RE.FO; ;! tlwG tho OM-Ciie':i6Club. TTF'H BADGERY, ' ? : ? Vl:rPfn- Seo. pro tcm. ? ? ? ' s y' ? ? WANT*' H I /I.HLY HESPECT A? vi 'N no encumber. once- Si ? ! position of trnBt. n v £ Post Office, ! ? ? ' Moss Valo Mm -Afoss Yale i . ?? I Annnitlu . jn and Auditoro, ? T sr I '[VTOTICE Is hereby givetvthat tho follov/mg liavo _13J boon duly ECECTBo to servo as ALDER MEN of tlio Muniolnjl Ijistriot of Moss Valo for tho three years next j He.shy Cooper Kosb, uliro'i]:- 3t., Moss Vale. John Adams, L/'Voy-!..)., LiosiiValo. Hutmsusv f-si ' NA^tylj-st, M053 Valo ; a I ' As Auditors fixiiho yc^ .-93 — IsAAf'rfi«aLESON Po'i., ? ^Argyle-st, Mos3 Vale ' E^NUTvEvEiiAnD Row, Ai'gylo-ot., Mosij Vale, . tf, Hli]UBEET THPvOSBY, Eoturning Ollicor. Oouneil C ...
CRICKET. BOWRAL ASSOCIATION v. MOSS VALE FITZROYS. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 16 February 1892
CRICKET. Bowral ^hcociation v. Moss Vale Fitzboys, Tho third match thia ueacon betiveon tho abovo clubs eventuated at tho Association Ground, Bowral, on Saturday afternoon last, and resulted in a wiu fc the liumo team by four wiclccts and 101 rims. W. Wallace captained tho M«s3 Valo lioyn, ond W. Glcemn tlio Acuociation. Wallace won the toss and elected to ccnd the Fitzroys to bat, and thoy wero all dispo.-;cd of for S3. G. Jc firry and A. McCarthy (20 cach) being top ocorcro. The Inmotoamtlicn wentinand \vhcn otuinpa .veredrawn had onlyln3t eix v. iclceto for 10!5, Cupitt making tho Bplendul ccoro of 131. not out, by first-clans cricket, only [;ivii::; tvro or three chancc3 during the whale of the timo lie wan batting. The bowling and fioIdiiiR of tho visitors v/ao far from good, several balls being ?' mulled.' Mcunro. Taylor and Hornby umpired for the Association nnd Fitzroys respectively. Tea v/ao kindly provided on the ground by the Association, and all expressed them selves tho...
EVENTS TO COME: SHOWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 16 February 1892
EVENTS TO COME ; snows. Ilcrrima District Show, ncconrt week in M.irch; Robertson fallow, March 2 and 3, 1892 Crookwcll 1'. nnd A. Actuation, March 10th nnd 11. Coulbnrn Agricultural Society, March 24 and 25. Kiamn A. Aaaocialinn, Wcdncudav, Thurndav,.aiul Fridiy, 27 ill, 28m, and 2utli Jauuary, IS'ja. En tries close January 0th.
Development of the Soil. To the Editor of the S[?]tincer. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 16 February 1892
Development of the Soil. To the Editor of the Scrutineer. Sin — Having learnt bj experience the need of growing sufficient green feed for winter consumption and finding this can be done, even on ordinary poor soils by the judicious use of artificial manures, I suggested to the Director of Agricultnro that a lecture on manures, &c., delivered by bimatono or moro centres of the district would be of value to the residents, and more especially to the dairy far mers. The enclosed letter speaks for itself, and it rests with those interested as to whether they will avail themselves of the offer — (or it would be impos sible for Mr Anderson to say what manures would be most beneficial unless ho had by analysis discovered what the different soils are deficient in I am sending samples of the rich volcanic soil and also of tho poor loam of the flat?, and hope others . interested will submit samples as directed iu Mr. Anderson's circular.— I am yours truly, N. HERBERT THROSBY. ' Departm...
Royal Agricultural Society's Easter Show. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 16 February 1892
. Koynl Agracultwnil Society's JEaster SS&ow. For the benefit of exhibitors iu all parts of tho Colouy it may be mentioned that at the Easter Show of the Royal Agricultural Society to be held open 13th to 10th April next, inclusive, there will bo additional inducements offered in the shape of substantial National Prizes. Tho Minister for Agriculture has decided to allow to this- Society a special grant of £350, which according to a schedule submitted to the Department, provides a number of £10 and £7 prizes for horses and cattle, male and female, respectively, a let prize of £20. 2nd of £10, and 3rd of £5 for farm producc, and various other rewards of more or less value, which arc open to all exhibitors who choose to enter the lists. It is hoped that prizes of the values stated will have the effect of inducing not only much keener com petition but will producc a greater number of exhibits from over a wider area of the Colony. Full particulars can bo obtained from Mr. F. ?Web...