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Bomballaway Public School. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 23 February 1892

= I BSombnllaway 1'ubBSc School. I On Friday 12th inst. a holiday7 having been gran ted for the occasion, the annual picnic in connection with the above took place at- a beautiful spot kindly lent for tho rccaaion by M-. Thomas Ferguson. It was admirably suited for the purpose, as the tall treos crow so thickly togother in this place as to provide a perfect shad-' all day. It was a beautiful sight to see so many children marching under the carb of their teacher, Miss Mauion, thctallcrchildren in each class carryincr flags of red, white, and blue, and all singing as they proceeded to the scene of tne uay s amusement, a. grcuc nnmuer oi puzus were provided for the children to compete for, and keen competition amougst the youngsters. A lengthy programme was prepared aud carried out under the supervision of the gentlemen present. After about half the programme had been gone through, luncheon was announced, and needless to say this was uot the least enjoyable part of the day, I for the s...

Publication Title: Scrutineer, The
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The Thrift Vote. (To the Editor). [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 23 February 1892

The Thrift Vote. (To the Editor ). Sir,— X read with interest your comments in last issue in regard to the so-called National Assobia tion's advocacy of a vote for thrift. The association —as those who could recognise the wolf in sheep's clothing— is simply a socicty for tho protection of monopoly. This has been clearly Bhown by tho adoption as ono of tho planks of their platform of tho dual vote— one for manhood suffrage and ono for thrift (sic). For thrift read monopoly and the aim is apparent. It is not the desiro of the mem bers of the institution torgivo a vote to tho thrilty and even if it wero so they could not carry it out fnr ralin ?'* tn mir ivl.nf men are not ? The definition of thrift is the posses sion of property, but there aro hundreds of men on this continent who possess great wealth who have never in the wholo of their lives exercised the slightest degree of thrift, while on tho other hand there aro thousands of men struggling ou tho brink of destitution who have ne...

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SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 23 February 1892

, HUJISIAIty.' Two mnmbors. of tlio, Iloyul Con.im.ssum ?ippoinlcil to inquire into tlio alleged comip. lion of the Jlei cicr A(liniiiisliii:ion in Quebec condemn tin; (.?.v-J.'i'friiiitM', tlio }{on. Ilotioro Mi'i'ciei', and t lie Hon. Onirics Lnn^eliciv Tile (Iiiul nu;inl)ei' of (lie'coiiiniisston nil tin; Mucnsed ol coiriipl: pr.'iolico, hut/' siflcrs tli.'ll llicv nvliiliilnil -'i -''f..-. A niolion doolai'inj; tin.' cx|)'jiJ'; eonsti'iiciin^' a. cabli; tramn';iy fvJ'A , : ' siri'O', via AVilliani strcut, to 0- f as rcuoinmriuled hy tin: l'ttl. lie W - initlee, was nyiecd to by til1.: *?' Assenihly oti Tiutreday ni^Iit. At tlu; Waiter Pollen Courl o l TUy CJeur^o A. IJnek and Willi i -i J. { auditor and nnmagiT rosptuli cl- Australian Murcautile Loin ami Guhn.;,;,' ? . Company, Limited, wen; eomnuiti'd foi , I , _r- ^ upon a eliarge of conspiracy to defi.iui 'An abortive attempt liar, been ni.v^ ^ i Valparaiso to wreck a tram in a passenger. V- In Russian Poland manifestoes have...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 23 February 1892

r ; ®e, Scrutineer. TERMS: Subscrittiox 2/6 per quarter prepaid; &/? if booked ; charged only from tho time of commencing. Quarters end March 31, Juno 30, September 30, Docenihcr 31, at which periods only can subscribers decline by giving a wccU'a notiec in writing dircct to tho office — not through a local collector — and paying to tho then running qunrter. AnvEnTiSKMKSTH— of less than one inch, !/? for tho firat two lines nnd 3d. per line after; longor advertisements, 3/* for tin* tirtt inch and 1/6 for 'every subsequent inch. A liberal reduction made for standing advertisements. Advtrtiicments o bii'ths, mairingcs, and tlcatha, if sent by post, must be authenticated by the Bignaturo cf some person known at the ofiicc, or they will not be inserted. Advertisements will be received up to G p.m. on I day of publication. Tho number of insertions should be written on the face, or the advertise ments will be continued till countermanded* 'Orders for withdrawing, altering, or cha...

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NOTES BY THE WAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 23 February 1892

NOTES BY THE WAY. Alderman McGregor lins ftot a really fine old Conservative -prejudicis against tho ballot. Now that is a mental condition which requires u fair amount of counigo in what Sir Hnnry Purkc3 culls ' This fair land of Australia.' This is \Vhat the uldmnan said at tho Inst sitting of thu Moss Valo Council, ' Tho ballot was only liiRtiUitod to hido timid people who are not manly nnouqli for open voting.' Thnre is just a suspicion that Aid. McGregor did not mean what he said, for all the tunc lie spoke ho was ' wiiikin™ the other eye' at Aid. Cullen, and caused that gentleman' to utter heterodox views on tlio subject also. In these clays cnnacmr.ii'ion or mo ijnnoo souncis very inuoli like political treason. Tlioro are rumours about to the cllcct that Aid. McGregor is a pro'.ectionis*. If that be so he might, at leas', give a little protection to thu voter. When Aid. McGregor says that the billot was instituted to hide timid peoplo he is quito wrong. Tho main object of tli...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 23 February 1892

8|i«?rlnl Adv-T?8R«'iiDs«?iiB8«. ? . h. Mlffiiroiifi MOSS V\LE, ' Cpholstercr, French Polish c-r, Pioluro - : . iramcr tie. A LARGE Stock of Furniture, Bedsteads and ?Bedding, Cnvpetn. Matting, Linoleum, Door Mats, Jtc., always on hand. S[u ''J, llollu nn.l Venetian llhuds, made and litttd oi icpancd, ^MlEnciAi IaWngT COM 1' A N V. ? corr3 dTTiDi: jx3*rr. Established 1831. Incorporated 181S. Head Office : ukoiwk struct, Svi.skv. * CAPITAL ? £600,000 RESERVE FUND ? £670,000 llRSKIlVF. FOB I'.ljr.U.lS.VI'ION OI-' | Dividends ? £150,000 Money receive! at Interest and all other usual Banking Ihisiness transacted. K. KVKRARI) HOW, Masaiiku, MOSS VALE BRANCH ATJCTI0I7 GALES : j ? Advertised in to-day'a frriiliwer. ,i J. O. Morris & L'n.-- Ihe celebrated Maryvalo licrd it Maryvalo, near llowral. on \\ cdncsdny, ?viySml i February 24 ; also Dairying Machinery, Iron sheds, A \tc. , nt Uordon \ ale. on -.i ! unli y. Fell. 2', at 2 p.m. ^??-^J^ichar(laon & \\ rvneh. — Salu of t...

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SUTTON FOREST V. HILL VIEW. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 23 February 1892

Sotton Forest v. Hill View. / Those two cluba met on the Hill View wicket on Wednesday afternoon last, when a very enjoy able game was played, which resulted in an easy win for Hill View. Appended are the individual stores ' Sutton Forest ? First Innings, A. Ellsiuoro, c Lord Jersey, b Prigg 0 J. Badgery, b Prigg ? 4 ,W. Gough, o and b Prigg ... . ... 0 F.' bunn, not ont ? ' ... 6 H. Badgery, b Waller ... ... , ; . :/0 J. Sewell, c and b Prigg ... ... 3 J. Ellamoro, b Waller ... ... ... 0 T. AViberton, b Pjigg ... ... .. 2 \V. Bailey, b Waller ... ... ... 2 J. Jlunday, b Waller ... ... ... 0 Sundries ,i.'.' ... '? L; . 9 Total ... . ... ... , . .;. 26 ; SecondJnnings. i . : ; / A. Ellsmore, run out ...' '.. ... 2 J. -Badgery, Wordsworth' v.'.. ... 7 ? W. Gough, not out ... ? 25 F. Dunn, c Lord Jersey, b Wordsworth .2 H. Badgery, \ e Lord Jersey, b Words worth ... ... ... ... 4 J. Sewell, c Cant. Cholmondlev. b. Wordsworth ... ... .... 4 J. Ellsmore, c Waller, b Pitts... .„ O T. Abbe...

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CRICKET. SUTTON FOREST V. MOSS VALE FITZROYS. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 23 February 1892

CRICKET. Sutton Forest v. Mo?s Vale Fit/.roys. A match was played liet\vo;n tho abovo teams at Sutton Forest nil Saturday Inst. The weather wus all tlmt could bo dcrired, but the wioket was rather bumpy. W. Wallnco captaincd the ?risitors, a'ul H. Bulgery the homo team. Sutton Forest won the toss, and elected to bat, but wero unablo to make a stauil against the trundling of Arnott and Fleeton, and were all disposed of for 33, C. Ben nett making top scorc (10). Tho visitors then went in and when tiino wos called had lo3t nine wickets for 193 runs, Foley hoing the highest scorer With 61. Subjoined are tbe scores : — Sutton Forest. W. Gnugh, c Foley, b Arnott .. ... M H . Lewis, b Fleeton ._ ... ... -9 C. Bennett, b Fleeton ... ... ... 10 J. Waller, b Fleeton ? ... 1 Clarke, o Garling, b Arnott ... ... 1 E. Ptigg. b Fleeton ... .. ? O W. Bailey, o Wallace, b Arnott ..... 0. H. Badgery, o Dunn, b Aruott O J. Sewell, not out ... ... ... ,2 W-8-5- ® ' m.iv.. ... ... u H. Hornby, o and b A...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 23 February 1892

Certainly the best mcdiciuo known is SANDER and SONS' EUCALYPTI EXTRACT. Test its eminently' powerful effects in coughs, colds, in fiuenza ; the relief i3 instanteuous. In scrioua cases and accidents of all kinds, bo they wounds burns, acaldings, bruises, sprains it is the safc3t remedy— no swelling — no inflammation. Late suprisitig effects produced iti croup, diphthoria, bronchitis, inflammation of the lungs, swellings. &c., diarrheca, dyscutry, diseases of tho kidnoys and urinary organs. Iu use at hospitals aud clinics all over tho world ; patronised by His Majesty the King of Italy ; crowned with incdal and diplomatic Internaitonal Exhibition, Amsterdam. Trust to an approved article and reject all others,

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Song of the Ministering Children. "No day without a deed to crown it." [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 23 February 1892

Song of tbe Ministering Chlldreu, i' JYb day without a deed to crown it.' (Words by Blanche Meduurst.) I hear the merry chatter of little voices sweet ; I hear tho pitter patter of hurry iug little feet. ' All o'er tho world when bidden, they sing the same old song, — ' God's littlo errand children 1 ' What means your busy throng ? ' Make use of us for others I ' They sing, and singing, pray: ' Onr sisters and our brothers - We try to fco)p each day ! ' Theoo are the ' Serving Children,' Leaguod in holy baud, . Kind deeds to do, though hidden Their guiding Angel's hand. ! A loving message takiug, To lono, to sick, to sad, 'iheii prayerful work ia making 1 _ 1 - - -? ; I0.irth 8 many mourner's glad. ? Our world is old.aud tired— ?But these are young and kind ; Their labour is not hired — ? But givon with oue mind. Ah ! true it is they lighten The troubles of the poor ; ? Kind deeds sad lives can brighten, . Kind words cansorrow cure. ' :.* Their song and Angel's voice sings. Each day...

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EVENTS TO COME : SHOWS [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 23 February 1892

EVENTS TO COME : SHOWS Berrima District Show, second week in March. Robertson Show, March 2 and 3, 1892. Crookwcll. f. 'and A. -Association, March 10th and 11. ? Goulburn Agricultural Society, March 24 and 2o. Kiama A . Association, Wednesday; Thursday, aud Friday, 27Ui, 28th', and 29tli/January, 1892. En j tries close January 6th.

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SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 23 February 1892

? SPORTING. [Secretaries anil other known residents of the different localities ill which sports occur will oblige by sending us particulars as earltj at possible after tho several erciito.]

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Marulan Agricultural Society. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 23 February 1892

Slai'iilan Agricultural Society. ANNUAL MEETING. The annual goneral meeting of tho Marulan Pastoral, Agricultural, HorticulturalancIIiuUntri.il I Society wan hold oil Wednesday aft.'inoon at tho Royal Hot 1, Marul ui. Tho meeting, which had boon convened for .'t o'clock, was through the un avoidable alHcnco of tho secretary do!ayed until 4.30., the business not commencing until about 5 o'clock. ? The attendance, considering the importance of the mcoUng, was fcmiil. Mr, 'Snowden was voted to the chair ami briefly statod tlio object of tho meeting. Tho minute.) of the meeting held March 7th, 1S9I, uii.-nvtiei.iij, mi. u. .HUii.cc, umiuu tho motion of Mr. Johnston seconded by Mr. Coo;nb3, wcro adoptol. Mr, Johnston said tli it before re uling til' balance sheet he would pref ice it by informing th-iae proient that tho Inst show h id been a great success finan cially ; they h id a credit balance of JCI03 I3- Od. The association was ill a most nourishing condition, and members cuiild con...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 23 February 1892

WANTED, GE^^AL^tfiRVANT. Apply— IryT W. HODGE, tfiy / \v \ V) /Jtoos Vale,

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Bowral Police Court. FRIDAY, FEB. 19th. Before Mr. F. R. Wilshire, P.M., BREACH OF MUNICIPALITIES ACT. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 23 February 1892

Bowral Police Court. Friday, Feb. 10th. Before Mr. F. R. Wilsliire, P.M., BREACH or MUNICU'AUTlES ACT. H. Pembor was charged by the Inspector of Nuisances with not having erected proper closet accommodation on two shops in Bong Bonn-street. The case had been heard befovo and chargo with drawn on defendant piomiaing to attend to the matter. Accused fined £2 aud costs, (levy aud distress). OBSCENE LANGUAGE. Police v. J. Maguire. For using obscene language in a public, place Jas. Maguire .was fined £2 aud 5/0 costs. _ ^ Police v. G. Charker. For the same offenco- b. Charker was fined 10/- and 5/6 costs of court. NON'COilPLIANCE WITH OEDER OF COUKT. John Moulon v, J . Maguire. An order was made ' for wages herein some time ago, but had not been ! complied with, ouly part of the amount having been ; paid. Plaintiffs original claim was for £19 17s, on I account of which lie had received £9 10s. Defen dant disputed the items making up the total, puttiug his estimate of the work at £16 18s ...

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Moss Vale Land Court. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 23 February 1892

Moss Vale Luml Court. The following cases aro down for hearing at the local Laud Court on the 29th iust. Robert Barbour, it o p 88-39, 89-11, c 1 10,595, I for exemption from fenoiug Robert Barbour, --? c p 88-39, 98 acre.. . Colo, as to conditions. Robert Barbour, re c I 10,595. 226 acres, Colo, as to conditions. ' ? E., S. aud A. C. Bank, re o p 86-58, 80 acres, c p 86-76, 57i acres, c p 86*60, 40 acres, Yarrawa, as to conditions. _ ,, Richard Hads, jr., re o p 81-19, 200 aorC3, Joadja, as to conditions. Charles Jauu, re o p 91-30, 320 acres, Wingello. William Maynes, re o p 8G-15, for permission to enclose a road. ? l'ercival C. Cordeaux, o 1 91-20, 423 acres, Bullio. . . ... Same, re c 1 9119, to substitute improvements in lieu of fencing. Charles Frazer, c p 91-32, 16a 3r 23p, Jellore. .Tames Faulks, c p 90-44, 40 acres, Yarrunga. James Murray, a 1 91-5, 640 acrcs Murrimba. Benjamin H. Murray, c p 91-32, 50 acres, Mur rimba. , -:l Same, c 1 91-22, 150 acres, Murrimba. Same, a 1...

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WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 26 February 1892

WFSLEYAtf. Bowral 11— Rev. Corner; 7.30 — Mr. Short. Mittagong 11 — Mr, Coleman ; 7.30— Rev. Corner. Mofts Valo 3— Rev. Corner. ' Robertson 11 — Mr. T. Armstrong; 7.30- Rev. J. 1 Colwcll. Kangaloon 11— Rev. Jas. Colwellj 7.30 — Mr. C. Armstrong. Wilds Meadow 2.30— Mr. J. A. Walsh| jun. Pheasant Ground 2.30 — Mr. W. White. Woodlands 2.30— Rev. Jas. Colwcll.

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PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 26 February 1892

PRESBMERIAtf. Moss Vale 11.; Burrawang 3 j Sutton Forest ,7.30.* — Rev. Bos well Berry, M.A.

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CATHOLIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 26 February 1892

CATHOLIC. Moss Valo 9.30 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. ; Sutton Forest 11. — J. Walsh. - ' - ? ?

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 26 February 1892

CHURCH OF ENGLAND Suttok Forest. — 1st and 3rd Sundays in tbo month at 3 p.m. ; 2nd and 4th Sundays in tho month | at 11 a.m. nnd Holy Communion ; 5th Sunday nt 3 p.m. Moss Vale.— 1st and 3rd Sundays in tho month nt 11 aim. and Holy Communion; ovory Sunday at 7.30 p.m. Bundanoon. — 2nd and 4th Sundays in tho month at 3 p.m. ; 5th Sundays in tho month at 11 a.m. and Holy Communion. Kxktei; — Wednesday (on or before full moon) 7.30, Hollythokfe (Cross Roads — Thursday (on or bo foro full moon) 7.30 p.m.. — Rev. A. G. Stoddart; Bong Bong (Christ Church) — Divinu Service every Sunday morning at 11 a.m.; Mount Aahby (St. Thomas) — Every Sunday at 3p.m. ; Yarrunga —Second Sunday in every mouth at 3 p.m. All seats are free. — W. A. Leooh, B.A. Holy Trinity, Berrima. Bsrrima, every Sunday at 11 ; second and fuurth Sundays in tho month at 7. Itev. G. Sheppard, B,A. Cr iss Roads, first and third Sunday at 7. 3!gh Range, second Sunday at 3. Belanglo, fourth Sunday at 3. St. Stephen's, Mittaoon...

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