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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 19 February 1892

The latent cablegrams from London state that the demand for Australian butter continues good. Faotory sorts are selling at 112s per cwt., and dairy butter at 92s per cwt., Large quantities of Australian and Italian butter have arrived, and the market, in consequence, lias become somewhat depressed. Centennial Hall, Moss Yale G.UA3STD DRAMATIC ATTRACTION. DAN BARRY'S DRAMATIC COMPANY, the largest and most successful theatrical organi ' sation travelling in Australia, now on its sixth aunual international tour. ONE ITIGrHT ONLY. .UfloBBdUay KJOgMo IFeJImnsnipy when will bo produccdor the first time here an entirely now and original Australian drama entitled— 'RANSOM.' Illustrating with vivid realism the startling inci dents, daring adventures, thrilling episodes, romances and vicissitudes of bygone bushrangiog days, A Powerful Company ! iJew and Beautiful Scenery .'1 The whole brama throughout being a happy blending of Sensation, Pathos aud Rollick iug Humor. Usual Prices. Doors open ...

Publication Title: Scrutineer, The
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ECHOES. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 19 February 1892

E O HQ -0- E {§. (By Kahgaloon.) i The eternal fitness of things docs not yet seem to h*vo taken its placo amongst every community in this sunny land of ours. Our Legislature (or, v . , rather, tho party in power for the time being) in its wisdom or unwisdom, ia occasionally smitten ^ . with suddfm fits of generosity in the ahapo of lavish .. ????;?? distribution of honors. Every village agitator has a lurking idea that when 'his party' returns to . power ho should get elevated to tho bench. When Wv the elevation does take place his banking account ? generally outweighs his brain3. That we have men ofthe highest character and integrity in tho Com V , . mission of the I'eacc I am willing to admit, but I 1 know mee (not in this (district) who are magiti , traces, who know as much about law as ail oyster W. , does about the Lord's Prayer, and who wevo Tjy-vv 1 ? * appointed solely for 'services rendered.' Xlioro \ fo towns iu New Sjoutli Walts where pvery other - ^ ' /. man you cannon ...

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Bowral Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 19 February 1892

? Bowral BaanSclpeS CotraciB. Tho municipal council hold Ha usual fortnightly tneoting on Thursday night, 11th Snot, tho following ajdcrmon being prcsont : J. Holmc3 (in tho chair), Harrison, Campbell, Cobb, Dawcon, Hodgoon, Rice, Bissaker* and Oxloy. CORRESPONDENCE. From W, D, Mooro, naking for permission to re* movo gum trcca from Bov/ral-streot. Permission was granted. From G. Willis, asking for compencation for loos of timo through hio fortuight'o cuopcnaion. — It was . resolved to pay no compensation. FINANCE COMMITTEE. Tho following accounts wero rocommendcd fo* uuyuiuui, uy una cummitvec : — wages x«s/ an ilu Salary £0 0 0; John Sands £A 1/ 8d j Gas Company £10 ls4d j A. J. Turner £5 10a Sd ; C. Tildiloy £8 15s 9d ;P. McShand £1 17o 4d ; Thos. Moonay, contract £3 ; G. Rudgc, advance on contract £30 ; F. R. Raward, advnnco on contract £100 ; Petty Cash £3 ; T. S. Piggott 10a ; Wilson and Robertson, amount of contract £12 ; total, £221 la 8d. COUNCIL CLiattt'3 REPORT. ' I havo ...

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Local Items. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 19 February 1892

UjOc.iI Stems. A plain and fancy dress ball will.be hold under the auspices of the Moss Valo WarataU Clubj iu tho Ccntcnuial hall, to-night (Friday), ' ' n At tho Taralga races on Suturday^ Mr. George Tatc'a horse ICildare ran second iu-tho Opouing Handicap, and won the principal handicap oasily. Mr. R. M. Graham held a sale of cattlo at Hob crtson on Saturday, whon calved and forward springers averaged £5 15s. and yoitug cattlo woro rather dull of sale. It is reported that a butchering business will shortly be established at Wild's Meadow. Mr. Gilbert, of Yamtuga, is mentioned as tho enterpvis inc ccntleman. A single wicket cricket match was played at I Ivangaloon on Saturday at tho conclusion of the Kangidoon-Uobcrtson match, between F. Hayes and F. J. Fredericks, and was won by the latter. The committee of the Kangaroo Valley Agricul tural Society met on Thursday last to make final arrangements for tho forthcoming show. Diflicul ty was experienced in obtaining judges in somo sect...

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WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 19 February 1892

.. : WrSLEYAU. ; : - Bowral. 1 1-Rov. Corner; 7.30-Mr. Short. MittagJiig 11— Mr, Coleman ; 7.30-Rov. Corner. Moss Vale 3— Rev. Corner.1 Robertsou U— Mr. T. Armstrong ;7.30- Rov J Colwell. , ' r '' : Kangaloon U— Rev. Jaa. Colwell ; 7,30— Mr C ' Armstrong. .. Wilds Meadow 2.30-Mr. J, A. Waiah. jun. ' , Pheasant Ground 2.30— Mr. W. White. . ' Woodlands 2.30— Bov. Jas, Colwell, .

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Moss Vale Police Court. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 17. (Before Mr. F. R. Wilshire, P.M., and Mr. A. D. Badgery, J.P. SHOOTING THE MOON. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 19 February 1892

Moss Vale IPollice €ourt. Tuesday, Fkmiuauy 17. (Before Mr. F. R. Wilshire, P.M., and Mr. A, D. Badgery, J.P. SIICOTIKO THE MOOS. In this case, plaintiffs, H, A. Taylor and G. L. Taylor, of Moss Vnle, laid an information against i Georgo Dennis, of Wild's Meadow, for removing goods to avoid distraint for rent. I There was no appcaranco in defenco, ! Mr. Gale, who appeared for tho plaintiffs, said | the rent had been paid, aud his clients wished to wituuraw tne case, 1 Mr. Wilshire ea:d the defendant had not treated tho bench with proper respect in not answering the summons iu tlio case. Tho matter was a serious one, and it was in the power of the justices to dis allow the withdrawal, and issue a wannant -for disobedience to the summons. Mr, Gale said the oflenco was a very common ono in Sydney, where it was known as ' shooting the moon.' Mr. WilsMro said the penalty was a heavy one— double the value of the goods removed, with the alternative of six months' imurisonmentL On this occa...

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PRESB[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 19 February 1892

paEsBvnspTA-K- . Moss Valo 11 ; Burrawang 3 ; 8titton Frirest M0. [ — Rev. Boswcll Berry, M.A. .rr , y

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(Before Mr. Wilshire, P.M.) AN ABSCONDING VERNON BOY. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 19 February 1892

(Before Mr. Wilshire, P.M.) AX ABSCONDING VF.HNON BOY. A youth of 1G years named Loftus Dunbar was charged with absconding from the service of his employer, Mr. A. D. Badgery, J.P., of Sutton Forest, with whom lie had been indentured from tho training ship Vernon. Mr. Badgery gavo evidence to tho effect that Dunbar left his services without lawful excuso oa Monday week, having absconded on three or four previous occasions. The lad fell in with some brickmakers at Sutton Forest, These men had harbored him, well knowing that he was staying away ironi his employ, nna no was disposed to prosccuto tho men for doing so, as ho believed it was an iudietable offence. Lately Duubar had been defiant and disobedient. Under the terms of the iudontnre he received food and clothing and Is a week during the first year. When arrested I10 had ono of tho men's clothes 011. Constable Russell spoke to arresting the prisoner at tho Sutton Forest brickyards on Tuesday night. Ho said he had been staying at...

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CATHOLIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 19 February 1892

CATHOLIC. U _j3 Wa'Bh'30a'm' and 7-30 P-m' ; Burraw«n-5

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The Duke of Monmouth Visits Moss Vale. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 19 February 1892

The Duke of 32-minouUi Visits Moss Vale. A strangc-looking party of about forty years of age, with no beard and very little hair, called at tho Scrutineer oflicc one day this week, introducing himself as 'HisGraco tho Duke of Monmouth.' | It appears that this is the man who went to England from Western Australia some years ago aud laid claim to the Monmouth estates, endeavouring to demonstrate hia right by chopping down and ring barking the trees in the park. For this he was taken before the county sessions, whcnco he was discharged as a lunatic ; but lie attributes his dis comfiture to the fact that his sister, a lady of title and culture, sworo that she had never seen tho prisoner in her life before tho day of the trial. -v His Grace,' having asked 113 some connundrutn about the extent of his rcsemblauce to Lord Jersey, left with a particular request that we should men tion that 14 the Dnko of Monmouth passed through Moss Vale on Monday,' casually observing that such paragrahs wou...

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 19 February 1892

CHURCH OP ENGLAND Sutton Forest.— 1st and 3rd Sundays in tho month at 3 p.m. ; 2nd and 4th Sundays in tho month at 11 a.m. aud Holy Communion ; 5th Suuday at 3 p.m. Moss Vale.— 1st and 3rd Sundays in tho month at 11 a.m. and Holy Communion ; every Sunday at 7.30 p.m. Bundanoon.— 2nd and 4th Sundays in the month at 3 p.m. : 5th Sundays in tho month at 11 a.m. and Holy Communion. Exeter — Wednesday (on or beforo full moon) 7.30 Hollythoiu'E (Cross Roads— Thursday (on or 'be- fore full moon) 7.30 p.m..— Rev. A. G. Stoddart Bong Bong (Christ Church) — Divine Service every Suuday morning at 11 a.m.; Mount Asliby (St. Thomas)— Every Sunday at 3p.m. ; Yarrunga — Second Sunday in every month at 3 ii.m. All seats are free. — W. A. Lcoih, B.A. '''I -im.MJ.1, XtEUKIMA. Bjrrima, every Sunday at 11; first, third, and hf:h Sundays in tho month at 7. Jtev. G. Slieppard, B,A. ' Cr iss RoadB, first and third Sunday at 7. Hilgh Rango, second Sunday at 3- Belanglo, fourth Sunday at 3. St. Stei-iien's,...

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SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 19 February 1892

. siumaky. ? I Tho dobata on tho oocowl reading of tho Electoral lioform Bill wna couolndorl in tho Logislutivo Council on Tuosduy niplit, On tliu division boing tnkcn tho bill was defeated ?/. by 2G votes to 21. .Q Tho ]']ight-houi- Dili waa recti vod by tho l(1„,.];e Lnyialativo Council on Ttiosdny from tliofj n2q-uf .Asaombly, mid tliero being- no iiorscn^jf [)U(. chur^o of it Mr, O'Connor moved its ,sst/t.es if roadin^ pro forma. Tho bill was relit- ,-? first time, and furthor consideration^ ;; postponocl. ' Q( ' ? . '-.i . In tho LoRialntivo Council on Tuos'ln, ' Mai'i'iugu.'i Validation liill v/aa read -i, A second tuno, rind tho Diyorco Extonsion fl ( Amonduiont Bill v/aa road tho iirst time. , jj,', Tho amondment moved by Mr. Soxti. J. u .upon tho Addrofa in Itoply, declaring thixy V*i tho Irish Laud Act hud provod a failure wajuat/ rojoclod in tho Ilomio of Coruinons on Moid fof 1 day night on -x smij) voto by a majority 0| Ilu, 21. llnny Uuioniat3 woro absent from ihnv|n.....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 19 February 1892

TOx Sttutinecv. TEEMS: SbnscniPTiox 2/6 per/ quarter, prepaid ; S /- if 1-ookcrt ; chargcrt 011I5 from the time of commencing. ; Quarters end Mnreh 31, Juno 30, September 30, * December 31 , at which periods only can subscriber* 1 decline by giving a week's notice- in writing dircct J to the office— not through a local collcctor— anil - paying „to tho then running quarter. t] Advkhtiskmknts — of less than one inch, 1/- for the iirst two lines nnd 3d. per line after; longer ^ advertisements, 3/- for the first inch and 1/G for ovcry 'subsequent inch. A liberal reduction made for standing advertisements. Advertisements o \ birth's, mairin'gcs, and deaths, if sent by post, inu&t be authenticated by the signature of some' person known at the ofticc, or they will not be inserted. Advertisements will be recoived up to 6 p.m. on day: of publication. The ? number of . insertions should be written on the face, o»* the advertise ments willjbo continued till countermanded. — Orders for ...

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A VOTE FOR THRIFT. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 19 February 1892

A VOTE FOR THRIFT. The National Association,- recently formed in Sydney, seems to be crippling itself with impracticable theories. Whilst ndvooiitihg a number of legislative reforms which nre ndvocated by every limn of average intelli gence and ability, it goes ilio length of suggesting that in addition to manhood sufl'erage, the right to . one vote should be given to ' those persons who can furnish I fividennfi of thi-ifr, and inrliiRtrv. liv Hw» possession of freehold or leasehold real estate, . money savings, or other equivalent.' Now, to our thinking, a vote for money saved is less justifiable than a vote for money invested in property. The former is often enough only tho material evidenco of a hoarding spirit — a spirit, too, which is afraid to invest —and it is quite cortain that a substantial banking account all'ords 110 evidence of political judgment. Manhood sntlYnqe is not altogether a sound basis for tho electoral qualification ; but it is at lunst useful in its comprehen...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 19 February 1892

Special Advertisements. ! ''OmiSiit ! MOSS VALE, J (Tpholstorer, Fronoli Polisher, Piotaroj i'ramor- C: c. | A'*''' LARGE Stool: of Furniture, Bedstead# nnd Bedding, C..upct:i, Matting, Linoleum, l)oov Mats, Sc., always 011 Imnd. Spring Roller mid Venetian Blinds, mailc and fittcil or repaired, 'commercial banking CO Ml' ANY. orr3 crirmErri-aTr, Established 18;t4. Incorporated 1818. Head office ?? (Jkoikik Street, Sviinkv. CAPITAL ? 5600,000 RESERVE FUND ? £070,000 KKSERVK VOR liCJIMM.SATIOS OK Dividends ? £150.000 Money rcecivo:l at Interest nnd nil other usual Banking Business transacted. E. EVERARD ROW, Makaokk, IIOSS VALE BRANCH AUSTRALIAN MUTUAL PnOVIDEHT £=3-nxniH^ilui-u — - [HitTAllMSllKI-, 1819.] HEAD OFFICUS: S7 Pitt-.stkkkt, Sydney. 1 Directors Hon. J. I'. Abbott (Ciwirman) ; Joseph Abbott, Hi.],, M.P. 5 A. \V. Mccks, Esq. 5 . : ??, lliomas Littlciolin, Esq. ; James ?????r'.WX, R. Hill, Esq. i.'-.-'-v^SLOttorAl Manager and Actuary: Richard Tcece, \ r 1 A. ?-jW'.stnnt Actua...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 19 February 1892

The Kiama Progress Association aro considering the advisability of forming a co-operative fire in surance company in that town. The insurance offices arc increasing tho amount of premiums, which tho people consider too high j hence their action. Photography. — Mr. Sibert, tho well-known photographer, whoso reputation for oyer thirty years has established him a favorite, is now at Bowral, where lie has erected, at great expense, a studio, which will enable him to turn out work superior to anything iu the district. Everybody is invited to his studio to judgo for them selves. Satisfaction guaranteed. Photos taken by instantaneous process. All work beautifully enamelled, and thereby prevented from fading. Sydney prices. No photographer named John Small, Henry Hay, or William Jackson^ is in my employ , or in any way connected with my firm. £10 reward will be paid for information of any photographer obtaining monoy or work in iny name, not legally authorised. Printed form of receipt can a...

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Berrima District Cottage Hospital [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 19 February 1892

fllerriinn District Cottage BQospital Tho first meeting of tho ncwly-clected committco 1 fif this hospital was held last Friday afternoon, tho' following gentlemen being present - Mcesre. P. H.* Throsby (in the chair), N. H. Throsby, 11, C. Rose, A. B. Young, Drs. Wilson and Fisher, Gavin George, H. M. Oxley. J. Piggott, J. Holmes, D. F. Evans and fl. W. Edwards. Mr. P. H. Throaby, vice president, in taking tho chair, delivered a brief address to tho new com mittee. Ho mentioned that at one time he thought tho project for establishing a hospital in the district was a useless and unnecessary one ; now, however, he saw that the institution was ouc of the most use ful ones in the district. MATRON'S REPORT. 41 During tho last mouth, beginning Jan 9th and ending Feb. 12th, five patients have been admitted to tho hospitai for treatment, four discharged (three cured, ono relieved), four remaining for furthor treatment. Payments— Mrs. Boulter £2 2s, (dona tion), Miss Shelley £6 6s, Thomas P...

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J. G. Morris & Co.'s Report. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 19 February 1892

J. (*. Morris & Co.'s Itepoi't. J. G. Morris aud Co. report haviug disposed of the following properties ofc satisfactory prices: — On account of Mr. H. Pcmber : Block of buildings comprising two &hops and four offices, situated on 30 feet of land having frontage to Bong Bong street by a depth to froutage 011 Station's*. On account ot Mr. W. Savill : Five-roomed W.B. House, situ ated on block of land having 66 feet- froutage to Bong Bong street, being lot 6, sec. B, Shepherd's subdivision, Bowral. On account Mr. C. Funston : Lot 11, sec. D, lot 1, sec. E, aud lot 1, sec. F, Bel more Park Estate, Bowral. Also 011 account of various owners : Block of land having a frontago of 50ft to Merrirrtmcr.Rfc nnd i ifi foot, tn . Upper Bowral; lots 1 and 10, sec. A, Gale's sub division, Bowral. There is a fair demand tor small propettics and good building sites, but tho market shows a decline and we would for the preseut advise our constituents, unless they arc prepared to sell a...

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Robertson. SCHOOL OF ARTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 19 February 1892

HEol)crt»oii. School ok Aut&\ A special meeting of tho committee- was held on Tuesday evening list, there being present —Messrs. J. Curtis (in the clmir), J. Mackcn, II. Dennis, J. T. Stone, E. E. Medlioott, C. Stnbbings, J. W. Stone, S. J. McBiroi), and M. D. Hussey (sec). The meeting was called for tho purpose of considering tenders for tho new books selected by the book committeo. Four tenders wero received as follows : Maddojk and Co., £7 16j and 10 per cent discount ; Angus nnd Robertson, £S 0s Gd and 10 percent discount; Pctheric and Co , £8 83 and 15 per cent discount j W. Dymosk, £0 7s Od and 15 par cent discount. 1 no list was then carefully gone tnrougn, when the first named was accepted for books to vaiuo of £5, It was decided to tike tho Jivicw of R»vic:cx , Illustrated London Acic* aud the liullcdn, the latter for one quarter, and if approved by the members to bo continued. Again tho Church of England Suuday School picnic was favored with fine weather at the gat...

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A Defaulting Solicitor [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 19 February 1892

A [Defaulting Solicitor, H. Salwey, recently of tho firm of Fisher, Ralfe, and Salwey, solicitors, King-street, was arrested on Tuesday night 011 the chargo of obtaining £2,500 from tho E.S. and A.C. Bank, with intent to defraud. Ho was however released from custody in his own rccoguisauce of £1,500. tho Hon. H. E, Katcr, M.L.C., becoming his suroty for a like amount. On the case being called on at the police court on Wednesday, Salwey did not appear, and tho magistrate ordered the £3000 to bo estreated. The accused was arrested during tho afternoon in York-street, aud taken to the Water Polico Statiou and locked up. At3 o'clock he appeared in court before Mr. Benjamin Lee, S.M. Mr. J, M'Laughlin, who defended tho accused, stated, in explanation, ; that tho prisoner was under the apprehension that whenhewas wante.l at the court the police woul^l telephone to him at the hotel at which he was staying. This, however, was not done, Tho Bcnch, after inquiring whether tho polico had any r...

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