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F. L. BARKER & CO.'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 12 January 1892

F. L, BARKER -§? C'O.'S REPOMT. Sheepskir.3, — Market fixed, all descriptions meet ing with r^ady sale. FuUflceco 4:;to!-.^; medium, 3d to - ju ; shorts mid broken, 2Jd to 3d per lb. Hides. — Market unclianccii. extra heavy, 2jd to 3Jd j ordinary heavy. 2M to2j{d ; sloppy, 2idto2Jd; O'dinary, 2Jd to 2j)il ; dry, 2il to 3d per lb. Bark. — The demand was slaeli, and iu conscquoncc prices were easier; best chopped £7 17/G to £8 17/6, medium £5 12/6 to £7 '-3., inferior £2 12/6 poV ton,' Pigs, — As anticipated the supply since the holi days lias been very light, consequently a decided improvement lias taken placo in tho market, and as tho heavy stocks held by the butchers havo been worked olr, a good demand is sure to rule for a few weeks at least. I would quote best pens of porkers as worth 4d to per lb ; regular quality, 3J to 4d ; bacon sorts still sell well up to 3^ por lb. Sydnoy, January 9th, 1S9I.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 15 January 1892

1-R. FLETCHER'S RILLS . £00 FOR CIRCULARS. Wo beg to-nottfy tlmfc.wo hnvo bought bnck tho circalpre sent -^116, wi^li l)r. ' Fletcher'a Pills during 1891. Jlio whisky botfctM oontninc-l 2128 pills, nnd we bought tho farmflkfprn tho foUowiug gentlemen at tho followtngwnw? : — / w A. 'Butler's, Kilkivnn, Qucobyifind, for £2jL y J. M. Frnr.or'e, Hardin^c-Bt/yAnck. , 'JT.jftJXlO G. Pnroipien'tj, 700 Toorak^rd., Mell).M:C5.p a \\r. H. Viidderphnt's, Era Wodongn, ViW, £4 / ' G .Russell's Mfirket-st.yAdclaMe, £3. )\ / A J. Marbluill'd, Strath ifigloy, Tisinn*W. £'2/ / E. W, GtlfinV» Avoiiimo, Ch'tehureW N.Z^ ff[. For tfew 'JTear, 1M3, we have fifled ft WU p Cle* mints Tonic'bottle witli Dr. Flu^ior's/PUis, and wo enclose a cu^ular with e\kiw ehiMiiuf box of them, on whVnour frieuda ar^rc(|U03to/l to write a number, atfWrf agree to buy /the eircnl; r for £25 for the first oVe |k- hnnd /liich bears tho number cotr^undingVic&wst tor tlln number of pills in the^ottln : MpVitwtho second...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 15 January 1892

? PuoTOGRAl'HY.— Mr. Sibert, the well-know11 photographer, wlioao reputation for over thirty' ypars has established him V favorite, is cow a Bowral, where lie has erected, at great expense, a studio, Which will enable' him to turn out worl; superior to anything in the district. Everybody is invited to his studio to judgo for them selves. Satisfaction guaranteed. Photos taken by instantaneous pvoccss. All worl; beautifully enamelled, anil thereby prevented from fading. Sydney prices. No photographer named John Small, Henry Hay, or William Jackson is in my employ, or in any way connec'-.cd with my firm. £10 reward will bo paid for information of any photogrnphor obtaining money or work in my name, not legally authorised. Printed form of receipt can at once satisfy you. — C. .A. Sibert, photographer, Moss Vale, llead-ijuarters, Bowral. — Advt. Certainly the best mcdicinc known is SANDER and SONS' EUCALYPTI EXTRACT. Test its eminently powerful effects in coughs, eclds, _ in fluenza ; tl...

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WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 15 January 1892

?VTESLEYAff. Moss Vale 3— Rev Corner. Bowral ll— Rev. Corner; 7.30- Mr. Morris. Mittagong 11 — Mr. Morris; 7-30— Rev. Corner,

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PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 15 January 1892

PlTESBYraMAn. Moss Well and 7.30; Suttou Forest 3.— Rev. Boswell Berry, M.A.

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CATHOLIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 15 January 1892

CATHOLIC. Moss Valo9.30^a.m. and 7.30Jp.mi j Suttou Forest 11.— J.Walsh. ''

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THE ELECTRIC LIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 15 January 1892

THE ELEOTEIO LIGHT. Tho Rfoss Valo Council nctod wisely iu deciding to inflict ponaliios on Messrs Wood BroB. for flagrant brenohos of tho lighting contract, nnd would hnvo lioen justiPod in imposing tho full penalty, having rognrd to il.n rlUnln^nrl liv llin f in Ir.i pffirn to tho ronl intorest3 of tho placo. Howevor, it was not absolutely necessary that the Council should lake fall advantage of tho penal elatiso in tho agreement, and bo their docision .vns temporod with charitable magnanimity. Moosrs. Wood Bros, linve flauntod tho ratopnyero of Moss Valo in a way that Ec.ircoly entitled thom to any con sideration at all. In tho first instnnco thoy nlnnnil nnrfnin linilAnlinlflnrn unflpr tlin ex. ponso of jotting un eleetrio installation on to ihoir premises, nnd thon oseusod tliem solvesfor a non-supplyon the ground that tho current was not sufficiently strong. This is pretty work for olootrioian9 -who aro supposed to know their business. Even that might havo been pardoned, howev...

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 15 January 1892

CHURCH OF ENGLAND Moss Vale II aud 7.30; Sutton Forest 3— Rev. j A, G. Stoddart. j Bong Bong (Christ Church) — Divine Service every Sunday morning at 1 1 a.m.; Mount Ashby (St. Thomas) — Every Sunday at 3 p.m. ; Yarrunga second Sunday in every month at ? p.m. Last Sunday in every month: Mount Ashby 11 a.m.. bong Bong 3 pan. All seats are free. — W. A, Leesh, B.A. Hoia- Tkijjitv, Bekiuiia. B;rrima, every Sunday at 11 j first, third, and fiflh Sundays in the month at 7. Jtev. G. Sheppard, B,A. C* »ss Roailp, first aud third Sunday at 7. Hi'gh Range, second Sunday at 3. Bulauglo, fourth Sunday at 3. . St. Stepiies's, Mittaoojcg. Services p very' Sunday 11 a.m., and 7*30 p.m. . Colo Vale, every Sunday at 3 p.m. Lower Mittagong, secoud Sunday in the month, at 3 J el lore, fourth Sunday iu the month, at 3 p.m. 'St. Simon & St. Judis's Bowkal. i Divine Service every Sunday at 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Children's Service on the last Sunday of month at 3.15 p.m. ..Short Service overy Thu...

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LOCAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 15 January 1892

LOCAL ITEMS. Alderman J. 3. Campbell. A. J. Harrison, and J. Bagot retire from the Bowral council by effluxion of time, this month, and aro all oligible for re-election. Nominations will bo taken for the vacancies up till 1 i C p.m., on Monday January 2oth inst. Nominations . will also bo received for two auditors. u. u. iuorna auu uo., rcpiuv. nuvuig soiu on ac count of various owners the following properties at oatisfactory prices : — Farm, 80 acres, freehold, at Mandimar ; Houco and land, Bowral-strcet., Bel more Park subdivision, Bowral : Houso and land, Bong Bon/;.ut., Belmoro Park subdivision, Bowral ; Lots 11, 41, aud 42, Section A, Glencoo eatato ; lots 25 and 24, section C, and Lots 8, 0, and 20, section D, Bohnore Park estate ; Lota 9 and 10, section I Upper Bowral, I'Ue nMermcti who rotiro from the Municipal 1 lottucll thin year aro Mcsorn, Wiles, Richardson nnd 1 olomrn. Tuesday, Feb. 2nd, io tho day fixed for | veccivinf; nominations, Mr. Sibort, photographer of Bowral,...

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A SUBJECT FOR THOUGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 15 January 1892

A SUBJECT FOR TJI0U6IIT. It is no simple matter to state in terms at nil prcciare what forces are directly connectccl with tho production o[ halo and happy /old ago. More certainly is involved in tho iwicess than mere strength of constitution. Hjnlkhy surroundincs, contentment and active. Umipclr\tc fcnd reculav habits aro moat valuable airib. Kdrdfo&k, so looff' nk lep.sfc nn it \ r nnf rnr.In/ tiX i: 'si ? ® — .. uuyuiiii uiu luuu uecea sary to permit of the tiofely rcpai\Cl worn tissues, is not only harmless lyft a coiytiytiN) circimifjtnnco. It ism fact, by iiviufe as possible alifc-in accordance with natural lawlthnt wc may expect to reap the nppro/riate result in its prolongation. Great care shoiwi be takeii/to protect the «yatctn against the chaises whiolydisease makes tliercin ; coming miserjveasts its ahudows before it and inti mates its apiyroach b}l\^(riou8 Bigns, as a feeling o \J general wen^Kness, nt\iralgic pain?, nervous heatj^ aches and Vising of sour wind f...

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CHARGE AGAINST A HINDOO. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 15 January 1892

CHARGE AGAINST a HINDOO. At the Moss Vole Polico Court on Tuesday a Hindoo named Weer Singh was chargcd before Mr. I. 3. Ponder, J.P., with having been drunk Moss Vale on the previous day ; qIbo with resis the police, and using obsceno language to Mr. Tohnson, proprietor of the Commercial hotel. onBtaole Carpenter, who arrested the JohiiBon both gavo ovidence from i -eft tnat amgh wenc into the oar at ,%M1, andcommcuced using unpar 'was served with one glass ' detected from the *Hte sufficient he re* -t Prisoner then ^{rusclassical' lan f inc a classical '*0 gnSnd turned the ogh performed _ C-»ng. ailged in certain t i- ¥ of o, anpposed to be Underclothinj2,- llls assistance, ist value that is _t)rocur»^d on the scene the lasted to write fQ«tfTOUN^,^!d said that whilst he ^rnl^ymsJcv^mvr disrespectfully of a threepenny I pioce winch -waa placed upon the counter he said rnfloofmrxmrn. TnUncnn r. f l,ia employees. Carpenter took the man to the lock-^- ( I and it was rather a pitiablo ...

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THE TURF. BONG BONG PICNIC RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 15 January 1892

THE TURF. :* Bono Boko Picnic 'Racei:. Eutries for the Bong Bong Picnic races, which take place on 21st and 22nd January, closed on Monday afternoon last, the following beim; the nominations:—;! ' Pint Day : -s.r. ' trial stakes. st. lb Mr. F, H. Throsby'a Bamboo ? 11 0 J.'W. Johnson's Frithiof ... —11 0 : - M.:Hillas':Bpnnio Lad; 'V ? 11 0 ? *A'.-G. LninVs Mango - -? ... ... 11 0 C. C. Stephen's Pro-Consulr ... 11 0 .'V jJ.'iCiinoingham'e Oberon ... .... 11 0 « ' ' Di\ Barcoft's'Watchlight ' ... ... 11 0 Mr.-.R. C. Allen's .Zouayc ? 10 11 nS -Lndy. Helen... .. 9 13 J. H. Humors Recluse ? ? 9 13 ;iv?; haok iUce. -MesSrs. H. & E: -A. Morrice's Exeter ... '10 0 Mr. L. A. Lamb's. Ingo ? ... 10 0 G. M. Long InneB' Mi-Mi ... ... 10 0 ' ' '?? r. Q; C. Stephen's^ Pro-Consul; ... 10 0 - ' J: Cunningham's Morna ? ? 10 0 , ; : ;a. G. De Giaret's Xarr'gi'nniy ... 10 0 HONG. BONO CO?. Mr. M. Hillas' Bohnie'Lad ? 11 1 A. G. Lamb's Mango ... ... H 1 A. C. Gibson's Zero ... ... 11 1 . Dr. ...

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THE ELECTRIC LIGHT QUESTION. DECISION TO IMPOSE A PENALTY. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 15 January 1892

THE ELECTRIC LIGJIT QUESTION. ? I DECISION TO IMPOSE A PENALTY. i A Hpccial meeting of the Moas Valo Council waa hold on Tuesday evening to consider the recon' failure in public lighting. There wero present — Aid. Taylor (in the chair), Cullcn, M'Grcgor, A. 15. Young, Wiles, Goodridgo, aud Richardson. The following letter from Messra. Wood Bros, to tho Mayor was read by tho olork : — *' Petersham, Jan. 9, 1802. lt Dear Stf, — In reply to your request for an explanation ns to tho cause of the stoppage of the street lights, I beg to enclose herewith the report winch I havo obtained from 'the engineer specially ocnt for the purpose. Apologising for thn delay in reporting. I wi.ih to assure you I had great difficulty in procuring the services of a really practical and reliable man to vo ntmight off. When he did go I fully oxpccted that in a few hours all would havo been put right and the lights going. I was there fore surprised to sec him two days afterwards back in Sydney with the pist...

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CRICKET. MARHLAN v. SOUTHERN WANDERERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 15 January 1892

CRICKET. Mauiilan v. SoruiEKX Wanderers. A' match between the above teams wis played at -Marulnn txi Saturday last, and resulted in a win for the home team by 155 runs. Appended arc tlu- scores : — Mnrulan. J. Carter, b Coombs ? G9 W. Lacy, b M. Doyle ... ... 13 P. Carry, b M. Doyle ... ... ... 13 W. Jennings, o and 1) H. Doyle ... S H. Johnston.-'b M. Doyle ? SB G, Shepherd, c Dyson, h Fahey ... .0 P. Doiignn, c Doyle, b JelTery ..; 2 R. Sno\vden, e and b M.'DojIo ... 7 J.; O'Brien, not oat ? 4 C. J. Coombs, o H. Doyle, b Fahey... 42 O. Dawson, c Hayes, b H. Doyle ... 2 . : Sundries' ? 21 Total ? 217 , Southern Wanderers. M. Doyle, b'Jennings ? 5 J. Molloy, c Coombs, b Johnston ... 4 A. Coombs, i.' and b Johnston ... 15 H. Doyle, b Johnston ? 3 T. Huyes, b Johnston ... ... ... 0 R. JelTery, c Carter, b Jennings ... 1 M'Keazic, b Johnston... '... . ... 22 Smith, run out ? 1 Fahey, c Lacey, b Jennings ? 9 M. Dyson, not out ? 0 Hancock, c'Lacey, b Johnson. ... »0 , ? Sundries ? ... .....

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BOWRAL POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 15 January 1892

irmnzjiL POfc^sduiiT. The following cases not reported in our last issue, wero also heard ou Friday before Messrs. WiUhire, J.P., and J. J. Campbell. J.P. Leoucr Carbassi v. Mary Kelehcr, insulting language. Mr. Oxlcy for plaintiff; Mr. Gale for defendant. Defendant fined £1, 4s lOd costs of court, two witnesses 8s each, and professional costs, £1 Is, in default seven days. T Vn.r t .Tnlin Tv' nl. r.« nCor«.,Tf for plaintiff ; Mr. Galo for defendant. Case dis missed without costs. Charles Walker v. Michael Ric^, claim for wages 2os. Case dismissed without costs. W. R. Farrow (Inspector of Nuisances) v. H. Pember, breach of tho municipal by-laws in not providing proper W.C. accommodation to premises in Bong Bong-street. Caso adjourned for a fort night. Dofendant to pay -tho expenses of tho day, 5s Gd. SMALL DEBT3 COURT. W. R. Farrow. Council Clerk, sued 5 persons for the recovery of rates due on their, respective pro mises. The five cases were settled out of court, by tho payment of ...

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SHOWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 15 January 1892

.... snows... Berrinm DjotrickShovf, sioojid week ia March; Robertson Show? March 2'tind 3. 1892. r 'V -i CrDokwell -P.-aiul- A.' Association, Mnrch 10th j ami 11. Gmilburn Agricultural Socictv, March 24 and 25. Dapto A. & H.; Society, \Vc-tncsday and Thurs day, January 13th and 14th, 1892. Entries closo 2nd January. - . . Albion Park A. k H.' Society, Wednesday and Thursday, January 20 nnd 21st, 1892. Entries closo 13th January. Kiam.i A. Association, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday, 27Mi,' 28th, and 29th January, 1892. En tries close Janu»ry Otli. Wollongonp; A. H. & I. Association — Wednesday nnd Thursday, February 3rd and 4th. Entries closo January 7th. Kangaroo Valley A. & II. Association, Thursday nnd Friday, 25th and 20th February, 1892. SOUTHERN IilfLK ASSOCIATION. First Aiiuual Meeting, Jauuary 19, 20, 21, and 22

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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 15 January 1892

? GENERAL NEWS. ? Professor Anderson Stuart has -read a paper on 'Tho Intelloctual Lilo of tho Colomca ' boforo tho ' Royal Coloiual Institute. ? I ho European doetora v/lio nttended tho lato Khedive ntutc that lie died from influent,' tho cecondary cnuco being blood-poiaoning. The European prcsa infer that tho eagerness of tho Sultan of Turkey to rccognioo Princo Abbas oliowo a dc.iiro on liis part to avoid being embarrassed by Rucoia or France. Tlio French papers aro wildly disappointed, and renev.' the demand for th6 evacua tion of I^sypt by England. / . Soionco hno providod p. aurpriao for tho world that likeo to bo nmuaed. namolv. a ? Biibatanco which can bo manufactured { cheaply, quickly, and to p.ny oxtont, and iB a . porfoct fncsimilo of ico with ' tho ono oxcap- ? 0? tion — which ic proatly in .ito fayor — that it ® doo3 not molt. Tha purposo for which it is applicable ia tho filiating rink,' and^fio'^ - J' thoroughlj- do a niimbor of clorerliiiiloo'ij men boliovo in tho n...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 15 January 1892

R. H In MM Ml, AUCTIONEER, WILDS HEABO XT AIID ROBERTSON, ARE Prepared to condnct Sales in Any part of the District* j jonM^ (M. emde^ims* & -c©., »f Auctioneers and Property Agents, Valuators, &c., 0 THE HART, BOWRAL- y T-. CLIFFORD, Auctioneer, House, Land, & Estate Agent CI ALES Conducted throughout tho District. . O Agent for Fire, Life and Stock ' nsuranco Companies. _ JiffgyJl© Sttoectt,. E2-n-ss Vale. ALFRED L. SMITH. . (Late HENRY L. SMITE,) COMMISSION A 8 E N 1, \ and j' GENERAL PRODUCE MERCHANT, ,nc th COMMERCIAL STORES, 118 aiul Hg© grasses-street, Sydney. E FOLEY BROTHERS, . COMHISSIOH AGEITTS and PRODUCE Ei MERCHANTS, 113 and 112 SUSSEX-STREET, 7 SYDNEY. 1 ALL Consignments received under Personal Snper vision and Ready Sale at Highest Market Price Guaranteed. Account Sales rendered promptly, and special attention given to tho return of empty T packages. J[ .Trial ReopectMIy Solicited- wi IPHJJBE)H(D EJCDITIKDIB. ™ H. TAYLOR & SON HAVE ope...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 15 January 1892

- . (Special AdwepiBoemeiits . i i MOSS VA.LE, tfpholotercr, Ercncli Polisher, PtoUiro lfrr.mcr. C:e. A. LARGE Stock of rurnituro, Bedsteads and ? Bedding, Carpets, Matting, Linoleum, Door Mats, &c., always on hand. .Spring Holier and Venetian Blinds, mr.de and fitted or repaired. COMIftERGlAl BANKING COMPANY. i ? ©rr1 Head Ofilco : Oi:oi:t;i: STnr.CT, Svdnf.v. CAPITAL ... ? P, GOO, 000 RESERVE rUIID ? .'000,000 . BKSEEVB KOlt ISQITAM.1AT10K or Dividends ? 2150,000 . Monoy rcccivo;' at Interest ami nil other uoiml Banking Buuincca trr.ncnctcil. E. EVURARD ROW, Man-aoeii, ?_ ? IIOSO VALE Bit AIT CH QU0NJ^RTJ& CO., CHRMLIL AIj DD ITim IKdD-IDUn&, 137 King -street, 777 Gorgo-strcet, (oi-orn: to) Rah, way Station), and) SYDNEY and SItQYAL ARCADES. ? N.B. Rotiiing Rooinn fur LADIES at our King nnd Gcorgc-olrcuta Kat.ibliulimcnta. Opon from 7.30 n.m. till 0 p.m. daily. Saturdays 10. 15 p. in. Sumlnya excepted. k ? W, II, PALING & CO., ^ . Established 18i-3....

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THE SUPERIOR PUBLIC SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 15 January 1892

THE . SUPERIOR PUBLIC SCHOOL. , Alderman Dawson of Mittagong to the 'contrary .notwithstanding, wo still think it would be an exceedingly good thing if the VTMucation Department would consent to tho ^blishitfenfc of a Superior Public School Jiib central point within tho Berrinm H. ; Whether Bowral or Mosa 'Vulo chosen as tho sito is at this stage ?ide'the question. What v/o want Uion from tho Department that ?^.entitled to higher educational ,Taylorargueii the matter from \n's standpoint, though ho 'ercouio the objection that 'fiber of pupils have quali fied themselves tor a fifth cluss course such I n. bcV»oo\ could not Vio cstnMwhcd. In Mons \ ' Valo, Bnrrimn, and Sutton Vorost \vo ouf;lit\ to have three effective feeders for tlio higher » j grade, and tliia would no doubt soon bo tho case with a little extra exertion on tho ?. ymrt of tho musters, ami a little lens eagerness on the part of parents to withdraw their cnutircn iroin nciuioinicai pursuus ai. lui- | early an ago. It i...

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