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Local Land Board. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 23 August 1892

ILocnl ILotmI HBoiml. A meeting of the Land Board will be held at tho Courthouse, Moss Valo, on Friday, 2flth instant, nt which tho following cacc3 will bo dealt with : — Commercial Bank, for appraisement of valuo of land resumed from lot 14, 40 acre3, pariah Yar rawa. Charles Vance, o p 02-70, 40 acrcs, Wingello. ?William B;own, junr., o p 01-24, 120 acres, Joadin. Porcival ChnrltD Cordeaux, o 1 01-20, 377 ncrca, Bullio, to subatituto improvements for fencing. Michael Dicnam, o 1 02-14, 40 acres, Wingello. Joseph Hill Garbett, c p 02-2, 07 acres, Bunda- noon, to substitute improvements for fencing. George Hopkins, o p .02-0, 50 acres, Bomballa. Abraham L:\ncdown. o 1 82-15, 120 acrcs, Caoura. Robert Mayes, c 1 02-6, 40 acres. Wingello. Benjamin Marshall Osborno, o p 02-33, 85 j acres, Coppabella. Same, U2-34, 20I J acres, Coppabella and Cun ningham. Charles Tildaley, c p 91-18, 60 acres, Yorrawa. John Robert Casburn, o p 85-14, 400.} acres, o 1 100-27, 340 acrcs, Nundlnlla, to encl...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
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Moss Tale Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 23 August 1892

. ; Moss Vale Council. I The following was crowdod out of our tdport of lost meeting : — - INSPECTOR OF NUISANCES EEPOIIT. The Inspector of Nuisances oaid ho could not recommand the refunding of fiuo infliotod upon Mr. J. Laiisdowno in tho court. Ho ? ^'had- inspected tho onnitary arrangomonts at Mount St. Mary and found thom satisfactory Ho hnd again inBpoctod Mra. Oasoy'o dairy 3nd was oatisfiod with tho improvomonts . made. Ho had paid 10s for burning off a - dead oow. i , Alderman Gnolridgo movod thnt tho report bo recoived, and that tho inspector bo . . .-allowed tho 10s for burning off the oow, and .. ' that Mr. Moses bo writton to and aslrod to refuad tho amount. mayor's investigation. Tho Mayor reportod aa follows : — Ia accordance with rooolution pnssod by the council at last mooting upon lottor ro ooiyod from Mr. J. Lewis whoroin ho aflirmod that night soil had boon buriod by tho con tractor for emptying ni^ht noil in a paddock belonging to the Inspector of Nuisancos that ...

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Origin of Arbor Day. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 23 August 1892

of Arbor ®ny. ? Arbor Day this year wao fixed by Govern moat for celebration on Friday last - but while generally observed on Friday in some places tho dato has been altered to suit circumstances.^ Thootory of how 'Arbor Day' was originated is most interesting and is told in a charming article entitled ' Vill. age Improvement and Tree nlanting ' in the American Agriculturist.' When Nrbmnto waa ceded by the Indians to the United States Government, Govornar J; Stirling Morton brough Ira brido, a cultivated lad v to a log hut in what was then known as the ' Great American Desert.' Soon flowers shrubs, and vines nptong up on every Bide until at last a veritable Eden, largely planted and tilled by her handp, surrounded that humble homo. ' Arbor Lod5o,' that' waa tho birth-placo of » Arbor Day.' ? The first proclamation for tho observance of Arbor Day was made by Governor Furnas, of .Nebraska, on January 4 187(2. - ? ; '' ; Arbor Day wao scon ootabliohod by lat» as q legal holiday. Nebras...

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PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 26 August 1892

Presbyterian. Mosb Valo 11 and 7 ; Sutton Forest 3.— Rev. B. Berry, M.A.

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CATHOLIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 26 August 1892

Oatholto. Moss Vale 9.30a.m. and 7.30 p.m, ; Sutton Forest 11.— J. Wnlsh.

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CHURCH NOTICES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 26 August 1892

CHURCH NOTICES, Church of England. Sctton* Forest. — 1st and 3rd Sundays in tbe month at3p.m.;2adand 4th Sundays in tho month at 11 a.m. and Holy Communion ; 0th Sunday at 3 p.m. Moss Vale. — 1st and 3rd Sundays in the month at 11 a.m. and Holy Communion; every unday at 7.30 p.m. Bundanoon. — 2nd and 4th Sundays in tho month nt 3 p.m. : 5th Sundays in tho month at 11 a.m. and Holy Communion. Exeter — Wednesday (on or boforo fnll moon) 7.30, HoLLYTnoitrE (Cross Roads — Thursday (on or be fore full moon) 7.30 p.m.. — Rev. A. G. Stoddart; Bong Bong (Chrint Church) — Divine Service ovory Sunday morning at 11 a.m.; Mount Ashby (S;. Thomas) — Every Sunday at 3p.m. ; Address to cbildron firat Sunday in month ; choir practice every Wednesday at 7 p.m. Yarrunga— Second SnnrlflV in nvnrv mrmfU nt. 3 r» m All ennfn n*-A free. — W. A. Leoah, B.A. Holy Trinity, Berrima. Birrima, every Sunday at 11 ; second and fourth undays in tho month at 7. Rev. G. Sheppard, B,A. Cr iss Roado, first nnd third ...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 26 August 1892

Local nmH ©eiiei-nl. Local Indubtriks. — Eucalyptus oil making appears to bo all tho rage now. Wo havo no less than three factories at Wingello, viz., Mr. R. Curry, Longnhaw and Bond, and Mr. J, Simmonds, ard the oil manufactured is first class. In visiting Mr. Curray's establishment tho other day wo were informed by that gentleman that lie intends send inq a sample of his oil to the Chicago Exhibition. Wo wero also shown a photograph of a frame he has had mado in Sydney, consisting of colonial wood. Tho frame 3tands six feet six inches iu height, with six shelves. Each shelf holds six bottles, and each bottlo contains two quarts of oil. The bottles arc of cut glass, and Mr. Corry's name and address aro engraved thoreon. I am sure this display of colonial-made oil will bo quite an ornament in tho New South Wales court at tho World's Fair. Mr. Curry is exporting half a ton of oil to England next week. This enterprising gentleman is deserving of success, and we heartily wish he may ga...

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RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 26 August 1892

RAILWAY. Down Trains.— A mail train leaves Sydney daily (Sundays excepted) at 9 p m, Campbelltoivn 10.8, Vioton 10.53, Mittagsng 12.12 am, Bowral 12.19, Moss Valo 12.40, arriving at Goulburn at 2.20, and Albury 11.55. The Melbourne express leaves Sydney daily (Saturdays and Sundays excepted) at 5.15 p m, Mittauong 8, Bowral 8.8, arriving at M03S Vale at 0,20, loaves at 8.45, arrives at Goulburn at 10.8 and Albury 5.50 a m. A passengor train leaves Sydney daily (Sundays excepted) at 9.30 am, Mittagong 12.40 p m, Bowral 12.54, Mo3S Vole 1.35, Goulburn 3.10. A tourist train leaves Sydney every Saturday nt 7.55 a m, Picton 9.55, Mittagong 11.5, Bowral 11.12, Moss Valo 11.35, arriving at Go.ilbum nt 2.20 p in. A second tourist train leaves Syducv every Saturday at 2.28 p m, Mittagong5.30, Bowral 5.37, and arrives at Mo33 Vale at 5.50: A passenger train leaves Sydney for Picton at U.LI (J.II1., UUII u U1IAV.U num iwisa Mittagong at 7.57 p m. Up Trains. — A mail train leaves Albury daily (...

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BREVIA [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 26 August 1892

CB IE E V n &i .A notion oalo atGrogin'a to-day. Yes, the roads wore In a frlghtfal state, and moat of the footpaths worco. The Hon. John Laokcy, President of tho Legis lative Council, gavo an official dinnor at the Warrigal Club on Monday evening. A. mooting was held In tlio Mlttagong Church of England schoolroom on Saturday night undor the auspices of tho local branch of the W.C.T.U,, when Mias Tilly, representative from tho Sydney Union. nivn nn nrl,lrpp^_ Thn T?„,r T fi„,„i;„ ? :„.l tho chair, Thero wa3 o very small 'attendance, owing to the inclement weather. I Wo regret to notico tho death at Annandnlo of tho wife of Mr. Amosbnry, dentist, who has recently come to M033 Valo. Tho dcccasod lady had beon In inJifiorcnt health- for coino timo, and that led Mr. Amcabury to nook a residence in Moss Vale. At a meeting of tho Frcoh Air Leagno hold at the Sydney Town Hall, lotters of thanks opeakiog in high terms of_ tho kindness received at tho farm nouses in wnicu tuey nau uo...

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POSTAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 26 August 1892

POSTAL. Mosa VALE.— Mails nrrivo from Sydney and intermediate stations daily (Sundiys oxccptcill at 12-50 a m and 2pm; Berrima at noon and 9.30 p m Sutton Forest at 9 p m j Nowra and Shoal haven districts at 1.15 a m ; Robertson and Burrawang daily (Saturdays cxccptcd) ot 2 a m ; Goulburn and South daily (Sundayo excepted) at 2.50 a m. Mails closo for Sydney aud intermediato atations daily (Saturday excepted) at 9.30 p m, also by oxprcDs at 9 a m (Sundays and Mondays excepted) ; Goulburn nnd South at 9.30 p m and lam; Nowra, Shoalhavcn, Burra wang, and Robertson at fl.30 p m ; Berrima and Sutton Forest at 9.30 p m and 1.30 p m ; Moryla Wednesday and Saturday at 2.30 p.m. Letter rccoivcr at railway station cleared daily at 12.30 a m ; uic two otiiers ac u.iiipm aany, oRlso opena from 9am till 0 p m, and tho telegraph ofiico from 9am till 8pm Post offico opens on opens on Sundays from 9 till 10 a m for delivery of lottern only. Letter carricr leaVcn offico daily at 8.30 a m and 2 pm. ...

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General News Items [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 26 August 1892

Genetyl'lftiw* Thc'doatho from choiora at Toheran number 800 | daily. Tho Vicc-Governor and several Europeans arc dead. * ' John Dillon, topman at tho Greta Colliery expired suddenly on Saturday night. Ho lay down to sleep on a couch after tea. Somo timo afterwards his wifo attempted to waken him, but could not do so. He had died quietly in his sleep. The volcano Ngauruhoc, iu the middlo of the North Island of New Zealand, has been emitting fiamc3 lately, nnd tho thermal springs around Lake Tanpo are unusually activc. ' Sir George R. Dibbs eays that a direct trade P.i.infln mill Anntrnlia would frrntlv bonnfit the British Empire.' Wo don't, care about the | British Empire ! What's it going to do fo.i tho Australian Empire. Mr. John Redmond proposes to ccnd a delegate to Australia to collect funds in aid of tho cricted ; tenants. Russia is cobnising tha Khooshji Valley, on the Afghan border, and challenges tho right of the Ameer to occupy Shignan. . A girl named Borden murdered her f...

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Local Information. COACHES. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 26 August 1892

ILocn! nnforirantlon. COACHES. For. Sorxo:; For.car.— iladdm'n coach leaves M020 Valo at i 7.15 a m roturniug at 8 a m 2.15 pm ,, 3pm 7 p tn ,, 8pm Faro 1s single, children Gd Foil Iir.r.r.i.-iA. — Haddin's coach leaves Mosa Valo at 7 a in returning at 12 noon 2. 15 p m ,, 8pm Faro In Od Dingle, children 9d Small ebargo mado for parcels cent through the driver Sundays' an above except tho midday journoys Special trips mado ai any timo on application to Mr Haddin Coaches also run to Robertson and Kangaroo Valley

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Moss Vale R.R. Corps. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 26 August 1892

Moss .Vsnle EE IK. '-C6vp?' A committee meeting of: the abovo wro heldjat Mr. F. Wotton's residence on Monday ovening, there being present — Messrs. H. Richardson (in chair), F. Wotton, D. Clifford, H. Lambert, J. Wotton, and G. Gissing. Tho minutes of the previous meoting having been oonfirmed, the following accounts wero passed for payment :— Secretary, 10s , Gd ; ,E. Aland, £L.4s ; and W, Johnson, £4 Is. On the motion of 'Messrs. Lambert aud F, Wet ton, the secretary was instructed to write to the Kangaroo Valley R.R. Corp3 stating that they I would bo unable to accept their challenge uutil : after the N.S. W.I\. A. meeting. | Mr. F. Morrico was granted a transfer to tho 1 Bega corps. ' It was decided that tho next monthly prize shooting take place on Wednesday, 7th, and Satur day, 10th September, samo prizes and conditions ao last ; and tho third stage ol the quarterly shooting on Saturday, 17th, and Wednesday, 2lst Sep tember,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 26 August 1892

To DahKkN' Om:Y HAllt.— -Loclj'/cr'a Sulphur Hair Restorer is tho quickest, best/safest j costs less, effects moro than any otherJ\ //ho coloy pro duced io most natural. Lockyor'b*aulpiiur 13 tho only English hair restorer universally tiold. — Advt. Faotouy Butte it Market. — Tho Produce Exchange co-operates with 400,000 citizens, to dispose of Factory and Dairy Butter in Sydney, the nearest nnd best market. — IJawkeh tfc Vance, 95 Sussex-street, Sydney. DAIRY FARMS. DAIRY FARMS POS. SALE (Variouo Slzca and Prices) ADEotmcmiltg Jni EBoHjortson,. EBiurra ? ( v/ning fiiul E2osg Vale, Businesses, Residences, Etc., in all Parts ot the District. K. M. GKAHAM HAS for PtllVATE SALE several DAIRY FARIIS (tho cream of tho Wingecarribeo district. Variouo Sizes, Prices, a til Torms. All in closo proximity to Butter Factories Allotments in Robertson, Burrawang and Moss Vulo (central Sositions). Businesses of Every Description, Resi. onces, Eto. Persons in quest of a Property of any description ...

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English, Scottish and Australian Chartered Bank. REPORT OF THE DIRECTION TO THE PROPRIETORS AT THE SEVENTY-EIGHT ORDINARY MEETING ON WEDNESDAY, THE 20TH JULY, 1892. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 26 August 1892

English. Scottlsla stitnl Australian ClimrtemS' GamCi. Report of the Director x to the Proprietors at THE SEVENTY-ElGHTlV.Or.DINAIlY MEETING ON Wednesday, the 20 iii / July, 1892 Tho directors rabmit to the proprietors ^bo usual balance-sheet giul statement of accounts of tho bank for.the half-year oncHng Olat March, 1892. Aft.er Srbviding for c^imni; cnarge3, rebate on bills, and ad and doubted d.jbts, the profits for the half year (including £6S4V\ 14s'l0d brought forward from last half year) ati)oumj;6 £43,030 IG^j 8d. This sum tho directors propose to appropriate as follows : — In payment of a dividend at tiie, ra^e of eight per cent, per annum, fife'e -of ' income Ox, on £900,000, — i-db.UUU ; leaving tOj be carried forward*'. £7031) 10s 8d ; total £43,030 lGs 8d. The directors regret to record tho doath, oinco tho daie of their last re port, . of their colleague, Mr. Frederick Alero ? Hankoy, M.P., who for nearly twenty' years lipd occupied a seat on the court. Ar extraordinar...

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SHELWOOD! CHAPTER VIII. CHARLIE'S REVENGE, (CONTINUED). [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 26 August 1892

/: . MELWII! [By E. J. COOLING.] CHAPTER VIII. Charlie'ii Revenge, (continued). Tbe throo oldor cbildron quickly roso from the tablo, and torrifind at sight of Bollo remaining wkito and motioalosa oa tho floor, echoed hor ocroam; whilo Master Dharlio, more concerned for tho roenpturo of Jiio beloved ' fwogo ' both of which hadopoodily -hopped away, otarted off in purauit of thorn, when nftor long bunting' ho ouccoodod in oatchincr ono. nnd nromioinL' himself to return and look for tho otbor by-and-byo, I carried bio prize back with him in triumph to tho oohoolroom, whithor tho household, consisting of Mr. Lonsdalo, tho two invalido, and tho servants had already gathored, nitracted by tho piercing cries of tbo children. They woro not long inplacing thouncocsciouB Belle upon tho ooboolroDm couoh, and apply ing restoratives, which Boon had tho desired effect, for Belle sighod and in a few minutes opened hor oyoo. Tho first object upon whioh thoy rested was Mastor Charlie stand ing in t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 26 August 1892

SpefiEcai .Adl^crfSoemeiutfs MOSSVALE^^0 dpholotorcr, Fronoli Polish er, Pioturo Ittanior- C:c. A LARGE Stock of Furniture, Bedsteads and Bedding, Carpets, Matting, Linoleum, Door Mats, &c., ahvtvyo on haud. Spring Holler nnd Venetian Blinds, mc.dc and fitted or repaired, COMMERCIAL BANKING' COUP AN Y. ce-£P CjTTrDCJO'rr, Established 1031. Incorporated 1813. Head Ofuco : : OYDITEY. CAPITAL ? :%u0,000 RESERVE FUilD ? JS030.000 Total ? 31,430,000 CT Brandies throughout Now South Wales and Queensland. Agcncca throughout the world. All DBual Banking BuGincca transacted. HOSD VALE DC, MICH, E. EVERARD ROW, Manages. ' w, H, PALING SCO'., Zb&V.ttZSSZZl'ED, EsTAtiwonED 185?- Ikcojiforatud 1883. Sole Agents^ Stcinv/ay and Sons, Jnlins Fcurich, Uchsl and Lcchlcitor, Carl ? Ecke, The Victor, The Helling ; and for the world-rcnowncd ESTEY ORGANS and Booscy'o Bruoa Band Instruments. Fnivorftal Provideraof PIANOFORTES, ORGANS, MUSIC, nnd MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS of Every Description. P...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 26 August 1892

: 'Sf C'EItc Jknttineer. nans .'.aStBSCarPTXOh' 2/0 per quarter , prepaid ; S /? ?booked ; charged only from tho time of commencin .Qokrterfl end March 31, Juno 30, September 3 sDeoomber 31, Qt vyhich periodo only can onbneribe .doelino by giyiag a wccVo notico in writing diro t« tho oQc3-rhofc through n local collector — ai paying to tho thon running quarter. : ADwmnflcrJnNTS— ot less thnn one inch, 1/- i thofirot two linos and 3d. per lino after; long' odforticomcnt3, 3 f» for the first inch and 1/6 fi fervery oubaequont inch. A liberal reduction mac or otanding advertisements. ^ Advertisements - births, mairiagso, and deaths, if cent by post, mm bootithcnticatcd by the signature of come perso &BOT7D at tho oHjcc, or Ihey will not be inserted. AdTcrtfcemcnts will ho rccoivcd up to G p.m. o day of publication. Tho number of insertion tjfconld bo vrrittcn on tho face, or tho advertise meats Trill bo continued till countermanded. ' OrderQ.for v/ithdrawing, altering, or changi...

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COMMON SUBJECTS [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 26 August 1892

G0mOIJ_SUpjHOT8 (Bv Sorrily Contiic, Colo Vale.) A frightful iucrcace of nervous diseases lino been one of the marked physical phenomena of tbe laot century. Neuralgia, insomnia, paralysis, morbid conditions of mentality and insanity have nfilicted tho people. An fonumorable catalogue of nc\7 developments of nervous derangements has been added to the long list of definite maladies of the system, and life becomes a burden to Jucreasing thoucands of pcrcozio trJtoni the mcdical knowlertgo of the lnet century would havo pronounced physi cally soumL Our forefathero of Elizabethan days aud times apparently enjoyed animal health in au almost perfect irimi, nnd fed generously on beef and pork ami Yorkshire pud* dings and beer up to men's allotted span, when not carried off by accident of some kind. Even tho poorest classcs were not taught to regard tho uaenjjre wiijim their rcwib a blcss.in^ wbjch saved them from tho pangs of indigestion. But I now life is cet round r/ith terrors of eating...

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