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NOTES AND COMMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 26 August 1892

tlOTEG TO eomEIlTS . (By Investigator). I hear that ono oic our jicmborn took it to heart because in the prcliminnrifia r,s to tho banquet lie conoidorctl thr.t too much promin ence wan [[ivon to tho Hon. Mr. ICid'l. Now did not tho lc,tter'o position ns n. cabinet minister demand that simply ceremonious formal complimonta should thun plnce ]iim tirat ? Tlmt other member should remember thut the proper distinction of rani: is very highly necessary for tho economy of tho world, nnd evon so in our little world of the Camden electorn'e. And yet, forsooth, this I potential member even threatened at first he i would not accept an invite. But tho com mittee smoothed ovar the trouble, coaxed the | member, round, and— five h roi — they will all be therf. Talking about banquets, too, I had an argument the other day with n man about tho same. Ho was an ex-member, for you know there aro many such about although not in our district. Some day, in the natural order of things, there may be ! Well,...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WHAT IT IS TO BE MANLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 26 August 1892

WHAT IT IS TO BE MANLY. Oh, hoys, you arc quick and strong of limb ; Yon can run nnd wrestle and leap aud swim, And delight in your deedo of daring. But remember, dear beys, in whatever you do, Tio bravo to bo tender nnd kind and true — 'Tin manly to bo foi bearing. Tho manly boy will defend tho weak j Ho will guard his lipa, and bo slow to speak Tlio word that will hurt nnothor ; In aiding tho helpless he'll do bis part, And ho'll otrivo to ilcscri'o with a royal heart The louder kios of hie mother. Tho tree, we cay, is known by its fruit, And actions apeak when tho lips aro mute, And toil with a truth unswerving That you aro tho manly boys, indeed, Who use your strength for unothor'a ncod And dolight in unselfish nerving.

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Selected Poetry. THE FARMERS' NATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 26 August 1892

» ; Selected Poetry. ? ? I THE FARMERS' NATION. i Ye hardy Bona of toil 1 Yo stalwart of our land 1 I Th» welfare of a nation lies T. itliin your brawny , hand ; Tho pillara on your nhouMcrs ; well may a nation quako - When in her strong frouudntlona tho stones begin to shake. Then rally round your plough, boys ; rally round your plough I Hold tho rein in tighter grasp that's hanging loosely now. ! 0, jo hardy cons of toil I ye aro an osltcii band : Tho branches you send forth arc the sinowa of tho land ; If 'tin carbon vnn inhnln. vrv.i evbalo a livinr? flow. The element of lifo, growing only as you grow. Thon rally round tho plough boys j rally ronnd tho plough I I Hoi d tho rein in lighter grasp that'o hanging loosely now.

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A Woman's Memory. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 26 August 1892

: A Woman's ilUcntory. There is a depth of truth in the following racy .- oketch by ' tho Flaneur ' in the Freeman's : — Apropos to ' woming, lovely woming,' as Mr. Pockoniff usod to exclaim, thorp ia one feature about them whioh has always, filled mo with a reverential awe which borders upon conoternation. and that feature is the marvellows manner in which tfcey can calculate tho figures ond name the dates of event? which have a domestic I interest for them. For example, nsk the proud father of even a Rioderote family how mnny children he has, and ho will have to sit down in a cool spot and worry over tbe matter for half an hour boforo he can arrive at anything lijfp tho oo'rrect reply. , A mother, howevor, could answer a question lilro _f. ? „1.„ l.-J 1 ? J ? 3 uiuu UYOU-UJIUJ' UUU UUU- UUbll UtfUU uuu buried for 15 years. Then again ask the average husband oven such a simple matter as to name tho year in which ho was married aud he will pifber brain you on tho spot or cut and run...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Prize Orchards at Goulburn. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 26 August 1892

IPrfzq. afc ©oulSjuru. ' Id view of tho very great development whioh the fruit growing industry must make in our ^Iatriot,;wo 'ano'ii' sow .'estsact's from the .Agricultural Gazette Of tho judge's opintdne'bii Bomo of the competing orcliacda in, the national prize , competition 1891 ; — , (The Kent Grovo orchard is situated about 3' miles from Goulburn. It ia one of tho diciest orchards in tho district, having beaii established by Mr. Kadwell, who raado it his homo fori itarty yoprs. , Tho preeont pro pr'e'.or, Mr. Go'drgo ' fjansdown, purchased the property, dome'; threo- ytaip ago, since which timo l;ohao greatly improved it. The pfiftf^rtV 'conDistB of about 89 acres, 16 abreS of whicli are under bearing in orchard troesi &o. Manure ie'largoly used on this orihard the nightrtijl from tho:cit7 of;Gou)burn being prinoipaily obtained for that purpose. .'InoUio-'drahard thoro are 1400 applo trees; 4C0.' 'cherries, 150 plums, 21 qiiihceB, ;20' p[^rs, and '6' 'apricots. The app...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 26 August 1892

THE GREAT ITERVE AND BRAIN TONIC IS HADE FROM THE RECIPE OF A CELEBRATED GERMAN PHYSICIAIT Soothing Powders, FOR CHILDREN CUTTING THEIR TEETII. 'EOTTSETJIFE'S FRIEND ' In invaluable for preserving Fruit, Eggs, Butter, &c Br Steel's Medical 'Wonder Curc3 Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Headache, Tootliacho, nml r.ll internal nnd extcinnl Aclus and Pains. c c Ci-I3 jT xt y\ ' Will be found tho Pureafc, most Wliolesoino and Diaeatiblc Food for Invalids and Children. CREAM OF ALL FRUITS Excels] all other Fruit Salts, and ia a moat Beneficial, Refreshing, Agreeable Bcvcraee. Universal Baking Powder Tlio Purity and High Salutary Influence of Every Ingredient composing it ia GUARANTEED. PDBEKIYILIKD -IDII KJ IT J?H E3 KJ 1T« PHENYLIC OINTMENT, a new preparation specially adapted for the cure of Ulcerated and Other Wounds, nnd in all cases vrhcro a Stimulating Ointment ia required. Botanic Cream h absolutely free from pornicioua acirio ; It glvco tho liair a silky Bmoothncss, and provento it...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 26 August 1892

Certainly tlio beat medicine known ia SATiDPii nnd SONS liUCALYPTl KXTIiAGT. Test Its cininontly powerful effects in coughs, cclds ill finenza'i tho relief in InaUntcnous. I„ 'eorioifa oasca and acculents of nil kinds,. ho thoy wounds' burns, seal, lings, l.raisr.s, sprains it is the snfoi't remedy no swolling — no inflammation. Latp uprising effects j.ro, need in croup, diphtheria,' bronchitis inflammation of the lungs, swelUnEa &a. , di.irrhan, dyscntrj-, diseases of the Itidnoys ami urinary organ, In usn at hospital, and clinics all over tho world; patronised by His Majesty thai King of Italy s crowned with medal and di|-lomaJ®T Intcrnaitoiud J-.xluhitioii, Amsterdam. Tiusmo an approved article an:) reject all others. // Liveu CoMi'LAixT.s.—Dit. Kine's Dandcli/Jf and Qimiine I.ivei- Fills, without incrcurjv aro Zfoten^ roinedy ; remove all liver and stomacllon^SMii#^ biliousness, lio.idaelie, sicltnoss, ulioteft p/S-s heartburn, indigestion, constipation. Mad^fiiily in Lo...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 26 August 1892

1 A- '' Watiu A Web S' ? A.faot, well known to phyeioiana ami all .vyhobiws studied cho causco of discaco, ia tliat iuactipu'pf thtt [Iver and kidneyo glvoa rlso to' move constitutional listurbance than oil other causes put together, Inaction of theso organs results in rotention of tho ivaotp [products and offeto n.attcr in tho various valves, dttcto, and glanda of tho digedtivo apparatus, md excretory -3hannols,'v/heroit becomes impacteil. Tho liver ic tho organ destined to nooroto a natural oathartie- fluid, colled bilo, intended to carry off from, tho; Oyotpm . RU ..wprthlc:3., material , by, i(s natural oxbrotivo aotion. ' HPadiohet, ConL'tiriatibfi, Aoliiug Limbs, Langour, Tired Feelings, Backache Costiycnccs, Painfnl ? Mloturatlon,; ? Giddinecaj Indi gestion, Sic., aro all oijina of' *ti'' torpid' lU'dr, and aopipqq dicsaco will, oat in if 'tho, digatvvqnnd DlumnntivG ? areaoo idd not- propdrly perform tfiew covernl functions, Dr. Plctch ir'n Pillu nro prepared on n scisntiflq...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
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Farewell Banquet to Mr. Grogin. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 26 August 1892

? ? ? : ? Farewell OfunquCt to Mb-. (Grocin. On Wednesday evening last a complimentary banquet was tendered to Mr. W. Grogin 011 the eve of that gentlemiu's departure fronvtho district, and which took placo at the Commercial Hotel, Moss Vale. A few of bin fellow townsmen having heard that Mr. Grogin was about leaving the town, at oncc met and decided that they would givo him a valedictory banquet as n mark of esteem and to show their appreciation of bio worth and the services ho had rendered whilo a resident here, which eventuated a3 stated. Throughout tlio even ing, which passed most successfully and pleasantly, the expressions were moat hearty and frequent aa showing the great regard. , respect and esteem in which Mr. Grogin -and Ins family aro generally lieid, and throughout recognising 'his quiet unas suming and genuino worth. ? ; , . : The chair was ocehpicd by Alderman H. Taylor, ind,^m3ngsb those present were Aldermen Good ridgc,~ McGregor, Richardson, Messrs. C. Taylor, J. W...

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

?- WtageMo. ? (From Our Correspondent.) fn your iGauo of the 19th instant I uoticod an artiole under tho heading ' Win gello JViigglao ' oigned 'Kangaroo.' This tndrsttpial otctns that he wont to tho railway station after 6 p.m. to post some important letter^ there, but wao unablo to get stamps after that hour. If ?' Kangaroo ' in able to lead 'and otudy tho postal rogulatious ho ?will ' find that all post offices at railway stations olose at 6 p.m. xhora Jo no doubt If fho 'postmaster wao aware that ouch a funny animal as a kangaroo required otamps ? he would Iiavfl remained at the post office all nifrht so oo to ceoui'O tho kangaroo'B Bcalp. Now I'desire W givo tbie kangaroo a littlo advice. In , tho first plaeo ,thjs four-legged animal. who hopo o2 his tail io pi'cbribly not award that our poctmastor io.a very popular mail with, the residonto for hio obliging mannori,nb jegarda, postal and otlier matters. irhaTO gono.to hio residence after 10 o'clook at .night' mid yoused him out...

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

?') i f [ /: m Correspondent.):. .. ^ uatb Concert, — As promised, I now; !{P^e _'*e proceeds c0nc0rt givon on behalf of Mrs. Bnrton nnd fnraily. Tho number of ticlcota sold woro 99J- realising £4 19a 6d,'tuid cash tnlcon nt tlio door £l -Is, JUablng total of £0 3s Gd, yhicli you must consider wno very good for Bundanoon, ecn -'siderinpj thoro was n concert at tha 3amo prico for tickets hold a woolc previous. In addition to tlio rirocooda of concort Messrs. Atcherioy and Duwgou Icopt thoir promiso and soht up llio necrolnry n crmiafor of- toa i whioh wna duly hnndod lo Mrs. Barton. BESEFn-.CoNcunT. — Almost every ono has road of thnt ond affair linpponiug to Mr. John. Dyer, and family (turinj; tho storm on ft Sundr^j night a littlo while bnelc. Tho BundatUon Mutunl Improvement Clnac, aro coming to tho help of this family, and intend jrivinpr np;rnnd consort in Bundanoon on Saturday tlio 3rd of Soplombor, with a splendid proRrammo. Thoy hivvo had 500 tickets printed nnd hopo boforo t...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 30 August 1892

' Ii®S#Z0N,' '' THE GREAT NERVE AND BRAIN TONIC IS MADE ; ? , FROM THE RECIPE OF A CELEBRATED GERMAN PH 781014 Soothing Powders, FOR CHILDREN CUTTING THEIU TEETII. 'HOUSEWIFE'S FRIEND ' , Is invaluable for preserving Fruit, Eggs. Butter, &c Dr Steel's Medical Wonder Cures Rheumatism, Xcur.ilgin. Hnn.l.mlin.' Toothache, nnd all internal and external ? Aches and Pain?. :?! : ? .'E'A.KEIffA'F Will be found 1 the Purest,' most V. holcsomo and Diaestiblo Food for Invalids ami Children- ' ' CREAM OF ALL FRUITS , Excels all other Fruit Salts, and is a iriost .' Bonclici.il, Refreshing, Agreeable Beverage. ! Universal Bakiug'. Powder Tlio Purity and High Salntary Iiifinorifce of ? Every Ingredient composing it is : ... GUARANTEED., . ... .. .... |;U PilESYIii^OIIBTMiEWTi i | PHENYLIC : OINTMENT, . a' .new ? 'pr-ipa#ition': specially adapted for, th'e- cure of /Ulcerated and! . Other, .Wounds,, aud jn. . alLcas.es, .wjierei^ Stimulating Oiiitijieiit js^reiuiw'd/.'.,',1,'. i [ ? ' Bot...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SHELWOOD! CHAPTER IX. FRANK FOREST'S RING. (CONTINUED). [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 30 August 1892

SHELWOOD ! I [By K. J. COOLING.] . CHAPTER IX. Fiuxk Forest's Ri.no. (continued). ' Mistnlcu,' echoed Frank, ' I should just think ho had. Why you unmitigated nss', you desorvn to be at once cxpellod from tho gervico. I- conaidor the polioe service degraded by havinnr such a blundering mad man upon the roll.' 'You may say what vou like,' the rann was beginning, when Frank interrupted him with, ' Hold your stupid tongue you idiot and don t speak nntil you're spoken to or I'll mako it worth your while to do so ; npon my word I'd give £5 down with the greatest relish to have tho plensure of biok ingyou downstairs;' nnd perhaps fearing that the opportunity might nris» for so doing quietly backed a few paces . Frank now turned to his uncle. ' You haven't told mo yet, sir, what i; ia you want with me,' he said in a milder tone. ' Only to ask your advice in this matter, Frank, nnd see if you could offer a sugges tion or two which might throw some light upon tho Biihjfict.' ' To what nre yo...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A BOY'S TEAM.—FOR SOME BOYS I KNOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 30 August 1892

A BOY'S TEAM.- FOR SOME BOYS I KNOW. BrTAnn.EY Stark. Learn patienco, boy, and sdf-oontrol, You own a team that's full of iircj Two wayward steads that draw your soul, One's called Sclt-Will and one Desire. With quivering limbs, and t06sinj» mane;. And flashiug eyes, behold them stand, Jasfe ready now for you to rein, They wait the tofich of your young hand. , 0 guide them, boys, 'tis this they need, They'll beat yoa on to life or death;! ! They're tierce as Arab's untrained steeds, Or docile things as e'er drew breath. Hold fast, doar lad, nor let them slip, Feed well, groom well, nor overload Urge on ; but nse no reckless whip, And always keep the plain, straight road. Thus lifo may be one pleasant drive. If thus you go at pood sense rate, Till at God's palace you arrive. And hitch your team before the gate. But reckless, random — on shp«dash, Wild as the winds — no guiding check— Ah! soon or late there comes the crash, I And you go down amid the wrcok.

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
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Selected Poetry. KIND WORDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 30 August 1892

Selected Poetry. . KIND WORDS. It was only a very email thing to say — ? ' 'Arc ycu qmto well this morning?11 But its musical chime rang through the day And matlc all it3 ilutifs charming. 11 Forgive mc,' though sometimes hard to eay, Are only two pimplo words : : And yet with (heir tender symphony, How the human heart is fitirrcd ! ' God bless yoe, my boy,'* a father said. Twas only a littlo prayer, * But it lived in his son], a high resolve, And saved him from many a snare. It was only the tear from tho oyo of o triend Which at parting ho felt on his hind, But it sank to h s heart, and kept it wprin For years, in a foreign land. Von may count theso things as very weak, You may count them as uothim: at all, But we know that our bliss ia made or marred By many things just as small. Wc look iu the faces of those wc meet, We see in tlicir haunted eyes And the hard lines round the sensitive mouth What the heart would f un disguise. Wc know there aro homes so wanting in lovo FotIKc hear...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 30 August 1892

Holloway'8 Pills. — Tlio changes of temperature and weather frequently upsot persons who arc most cautious of their health, and most particular in their diets. These corrective, purifying, aud gentle aperient Pills are tho best remedy for all defective actions of tho digestive organs ; they augment^ the appetite, strengthen tho stomach, correct billions'', ncss, and carry off all that is noxious from tho oystom. Holioway's Pills are composed of rnro balsam's, unmixed with baser matter, and on that account aro peculiarly woll ndaptod for tlio young, delicate aud aged. As this poorless medicine has | coined fame in the past, so will' prosorvo it in tho Future by itt renovating nnd invigorating qualities, mul its iuoopacity of doing harm, To Cure Skin- Diseases. — Sulph.ol ic Lotion quickly drives away eruptions, pimplr blotches, redness, eczema, acno, disfiguremenj/y roughness, and scurf, &c , leaving a clearpsp/\.less shin1 ami beautiful comploxion. Sulpholii' ^ t a. necessit...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 30 August 1892

1 To Darken Grey Hair.— Looker's Sulphur Hair Reotoror io the quicker, y h/ ct safest ; costs les3, effeots moro than any ot^' / Tho color pro duced io inobt natural, Lockyer's sulphur is tho only English hair restorer universally sold. — Advt. Decorative Painting and Art Needlework. — Mrs. Woodward wishes to inform the residents of Moss Vale and the surrounding districts that she will receive pupils for tho abovo. Terms on appli cation. Argyle-strcet. Moss Vale. — Aijvt. Public Notice. — Young ladies desirous of learn ing Art Needlework and Decorative Painting are informed thot classes are now being organised for that purpose. For terms and part'^afars apply to Mrs. II. Woodward next Aid. Rie^ardsons, Argylo strcot, M033 Vale.— Advt. h A Faiu, Beautiful Sinx.yVSulpholino Soap gives tho natural tint aud ^eayi-liko bloom of a Eerfoct uoinploxion ; makes tfth j^rin smooth, supple, ealthy, comfortable, SulphUue eoap, 0d tablota, Everywhere,— -AdvTi

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RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 30 August 1892

RAILWAY, Down Trains.— -A mail train leaves Sydnoy daily (Sundays excepted) at 9 p m, Campbelltown 10. -S, Picton 10.53, Mittagmg 12.12 am, Bowral 12.19, Moss Valo 12.40, arriving at Goulburn at 2.20, and Albury 11.55. Tho Melbourno oxprcas leaves Sydnoy daily (Saturdays and Sundays oxcepted) at 5.15 p m, Mittacong 8, Bowral 8.8, arriving at Moss Vale nt 8.20, leaves nt 8.45, arrives at Goulburn at 10.8 nnd Albury 5.50 a m. A passengor train leaves Sydnoy daily (Sundays excepted) at 9.30 am, Mittagong 12.46 p m, Bowral 12.54, Mor3 Vole 1.35, Goulburn 3,10. A tourist train leaves Sydney every Saturday at 7.55 am, Pieton 9.55, Mittagong 11,5, Bowral 11.12, Moss Valo 11.35, arriving at Goulburn at 2.20 p m. A second tourist train leaves Sydnev overy Saturday at 2.2S p m, Mittagong5.30, Bowral 5.37, and arrives at Moss Vale at 5.50: A passenger train leaves Sydney for Picton at 5.17 p.m., and a mixed train loaves Picton for Mittagong at 7.57 p m. Ur Trains.— A mail train leaves Albury d...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
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BREVIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 30 August 1892

BRKVl4i Messrs. R?vfrs tale I 1 for Thursday aext ] The next ctf 1 the Minbttuias CfcuHwaV toW MX M the Centeaaul mil* on Thnr*vb-\ Ut Ssptouxw*,, A foothill nut?** Jt on Satanhy * M fifteen and the Roarral altiuMtgb playing two mea short, A wtatttiA , but were beaten bv ratata to tttV ? Arbor D*y ara4a£tm«nta Uwcrtl tawing bwu j considerably interfered VfUh by the wctemeufc weather on Wednesday* they wen? concluded on Saturday. 300 tre« were phtvtol In the public pari: by the school children and others unctar the supervision ox the aldermen. 1 Only about a dorcu workmen are now r*-matnin£ ' at the Gov«mmout stone quarriej at Bovrral where ; tho Riilcray Commissioners somo. time ago expeuded a large sum of money in opening tho quarry, hying a tram line, and erecting stono crushers Twenty more men have bccu nut off this week. A hall is announced to be held at Manchester Square next Friday evening. See advt, Messrs. H. Taylor and Son will soil by auction on Tuesday (to day) at their r...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
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POSTAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 30 August 1892

POSTAL, Moss Valis. — Mails arrive from Sydney nnd intermediate stations daily (Sundiys excepted) at 12-50 a m and 2pm; Berrima at noon and 9.30 p m Sutton Forest at 9 p m ; Nowra and Shoal liaven districts nt 1.15 am; Robertson and Burrawang doily (Saturdays excepted) at 2 a m ; Goulburn and South daily (Sundays excepted) at 2.50 a m. Mails closo for Sydney and intermediate stations daily (Saturday excepted) at 9.30 p m, also by express at 9 a m (Sundays and Mondays excepted) ; Goulburn and South at 9.30 p m and lam; OTowr.i, Shoalhaven, Burra wang, and Robertson at 9.30 p m ; Berrima nnd Sutton Forest at 9.30 p m and 1.30 p m ; Meryla Wednesday and Saturday at 2.30 p.m. Letter receiver at railway station cleared daily at 12.30 am; tho two others at 9.15 pm daily. The post offise opens from 9am till G p in, and the telegraph office from 9am till 8pm Post office opens on opens on Sundays from 9 till 10 am for delivery of lettors only. Letter carrier leaves office daily at 8.30 a m a...

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