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RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 2 September 1892

RAILWAY. down i r.ATXs. — A mail tram leaves Sydnoy daily (Sundays excepted) at 9 p m, Campbelltoivn 10.8,' Picton 10.53, Mittagong 12.12 am, Bowral 12.19, Moss Valo 12.40, arriving at Goulburn at 2.20, and Albnry 11.55. Tlio Melbourne express leaves Sydnoy daily (Saturdays and Sundays excepted) at 5.15 p m, Mittagong S, Bowral S.S, arriving at Moss Vale at; 8.20, leaves at 8.45, arrives at Goulburn at 10.8 nnd Albury 5.50 a m. A passenger train leaves Sydney daily (Sundays exceptcil) at 9.30 a m, Mittagong 12.46 p m, Bowral 12.54, Moss Vole 1.35, Goulburn 3.10. A tourist train leaves Sydney every Saturday at 7.55 a m, Picton 9.55, Mittagong il,5, Bowral 11.12, Moss Valo 11.35, arriving at Goalburn at 2.20 p m. A second tourist train leaves Sydnev overy Saturday at 2.28 p m, Mittagong5.30, Bowral 5.37, and arrives at Moss Valo at 5.50; A passenger train leaves Sydney for Picton at 5.17 p.m., and a mixed train leaves Picton for Mittagong at 7.57 p m. Up Trains. — A mail train leaves ...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
POSTAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 2 September 1892

POSTAL. On Mondays, T«C8days, Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays tho mail will leavo Moss Valo at l.rSOn.tn. , nrriving at undermentioned places at times ? stated: — Yarrunga at 3 a.m , Barrcngarry, 5.30 a.m.. Kangaroo Valley, 6.30 a.m., Camhowarra, 8.45 a.m., Nowra 9.15 a.m.' On Saturdays. Mondays, Tuesday!, Wednesdays, Thursdays,' and Fridays, tliey will he despatched nB follows : — Lnavo Nowra 3.30 p.m;, C.imbewaira, 4.30 p.m., Kangaroo Valley, 7 p.m., Bairengarry, 7.45 p.m., Yarrunga, 11.45 p.m., arriving at Moss Valo at 1.15 a.m., on Sundays, Tncsdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays. Tho mail at present despitohed from Moss Valo 2.50 a.m. on Monday will not be despatohed until 6.30 a 111. Tho mails at present dopatohed to places on the southern line beyond Mo?s Vale on Sunday at 2.30 a.m. will bo discontinued, and in lieu thereof tho mails will be despatclio.l at 12.30 a.m. on Mondnv. A train will .bo run on Sunday cyciiing, leaving Sydney at 9 p.m. Under ...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
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Local Information. COACHES. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 2 September 1892

ILocal nnforinatiou. C0ACHI5S. Foil Sutton Forest. — Hadilin's coacli leaves Mo?b Vale at 7.15 am roturniug nt 8 a m ... 2.15 pm ,, 3 pm 7 p in „ .. 8 p in . v y Faro Is single, children 6d ? : ' - For Bkrri.ma. — Haddin'a coacli leaves Moss Valo at 7 am returning at 12 nodii - 2.15 p m „ 8pm Faro la Od single, children 9d Small ebargo made for p' reels aent through tlio driver Sundays as above except tho midday journoys Special trips made aj any tiina on application to Mr Haddin Coaches also run to Robertson' and Kangaroo Valley

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
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SHELWOOD! CHAPTER X. A LITTLE CLOUD. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 2 September 1892

SHELWOOD! [By a J. COOLING.] CHAPTER X. .V ; ' 'A Little Cloud. ' I think 'Mary you hod bettor consult Dr. Arnold about your cough, it sooma vory much woreo of lato. I fool nnxious about it' Mrs. Nonl and Mary woro soa(od at work, and chatting togotbor, whon tlio lat tor wao interruptod with a violont ooiifth which had troublod hor vory much tho Inot fow dnyo. Ashormotlioropmco, Mary laid down hor work aud movod towardo tho nofa, porhapa lo hido from that Indy'o nnnioua oyo3 tho crimson blush which rc-30 to her choolio, nnd dyod hor forohond, tinging ovon tbo rootaofhor soft, brown hair. ' I don't Miinl: tlioro io any necoaaity, macmn,' oho ropliml in nnnwor to hor mothor'o remark. ' Dr. Arnold v/ould only say it wnsa return of my old complaint, and prosoribo tho nnmo romodioa ns boforo, no I can ugo thom now without troubling him.' ; ''So may porhnpo think a chnngo of air might bonofit you, my donr, or sugg03t ooino thine oleo.' 'I don't think tlrnt would do mo any pood, mamma' ooi...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 2 September 1892

Certainly tho best lncilicmo known in SAND1CR ami SONS' EUCALYPTI EXTIiACT. Test ita eminently powerful effects in coughs, cchls, in fhienza ; tho _ relief ia inatantcnoun. Iu serious I oaaeo and nccidcnts of all ltiniin, ho thoy wuitmln btirn3, Ecahlinga, bruises, sprains it is the rafry.'t remedy — no swelling — 110 inflammation! Lite uprising effcets produced in croup, diphtheria, bronchitis, inflammation of tho lungs, swellings. &c., diarrhren, dysr.ntry, diseases of tlio kidneys aud urinary organs. In uso at hospitals and clinics all over the world j patronised by Ilis Majesty the King of Italy ; crowned with medal and diplomatic Intcrnaitomil Kxhibition, Amsterdam. 'Trust to an approved article nn'.l rcjcct all others. Decokativb I'aintinc! /.xd Akt Nixor.Ewor.K. — Mrs. Woodward wishes to inform tho residents of Mosa Valo and tho surrounding districts that she will receivo pupils for thu nbovo. Terms oil appli cation. Argylo-strcet. Mo3s Vale. — Advt. ArtveritSoDjMeiii...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
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BREVIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 2 September 1892

DB K E V n A; Air filled with it. Banquet to-night. Big welcome to members. Local claiais to be properly pressed. Moss Vale Musical Society announce in onr ad vertising columns that they intend giving their first grand concert in the Oddfollows1 Hall, Moss Vale, on Friday, September 9th. Mr. C. O. Gale, appeared for plaintiffs in three cases in court on Wednesday and won in every case. 1 A gigantic triumph in footpath makiugwill bc ohown to visitors by the aldermen when peregrinat 1 ing through the main streets of the town. Deposit of natural paint discovered near Moss Vale. There 23 room only for two mere monuments In Westminster Abbey — and this space (they say) is reserved for Quidnunc Mac and the writer of that brilliant letter upon the Scotch concert in a con temporaiy. Xitnc fiimiltis I A Burrawang farmer has brought to this office for inspection a fine specimen of Savoy cabbage grown by him from seed from Anderson nnd Co. It appears to be a fine drumhead variety and is of gre...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 2 September 1892

Holloway's Pn.t.s.— The clningeo of temperature ? nnd weather frequently upsot poroons who aro most cautious of their health, and ni03t particular in their -licto. These corrcctivc, purifyiug, and gontW aperient l'ills avo tho beat remedy for all dcfootivo notiono of tho digestive organo | they augment tho appetite, strengthen tho stomach, corrcct billions ncao, and carrv off all that in noxiouB from tho systom. Hclfoway'o Pills aro composed of tore balnun'o, unmixed with liaser matter, and on that account aro peculiarly well adaptor! for tlio young, dolicato and aged. As this peerless inodioino has coined famo in tho pa3t, so will prcaervo it in tho futuro by itt rcnovatluj, nnd invigorating qualities, nnd its iiivnptiuity of doing harm,

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
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General News Items. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 2 September 1892

©emcrafl News Atoms. The Governor's spcech promised tho introduction of bills dealing the electoral laws, district self government, mining 011 private property, the land laws, water conservation and irrigation, the regu lation of coalmining, harbour trust, the suppression of larrikiniam. and other matters. Parliament will also bc asked to reaffirm its acceptance of the federal principle, and to express points in which the plan formulated by the Con vention may bc amended, co that tho suggested amendments, together with those passed by the other colonies, may bo laid before a cecond Con vention; Mr. Eddy, Chief Commicsioncr of Railways, baa been stopping with Mr. Bruce Smith at Bowral for a few days. At a meeting of the Opposition, hold on Tuesday, it was dccided that, In tho absence of the Premier, it would not bo advisable to move an amendment on tho Address in Reply, nnd that unless some unexpected development takes place, the Govern ment should bo assisted in its endeavour to pas...

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The Public Works Committee. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 2 September 1892

The Public Works (Committee. We donot know, siystho Freeman's Journal, whether Mr. J. C. Neild. when he proposed the other dav that tho Publio Works G'om aiitteo should sit four days a week instead of three, had in his mind's eye that good old maxim about making hay when tho_ sun shines. This meant, of courjo, an additional daily throo guineas, thus bringing up oneh member s income irom tne otato to tno com-, fortablo to!al of 18 guineas a week, and ns it is just possible that this moustroua piece of oxtravagonco may ohortly bo dono away with it is also just possible that it soomed a good thing to make the moat of it while it lasted. No one can blame him. The State cow is thero to bo milked and Mr. Neild is one of the authorised milkers, and, as ho nays, bolioved in doing hi*3 work wo!l. But what may fairly be objected to i3 that the Public Works Committee, not content with tho well-paid work which is given it to do and may or may not bo worth tho money to th.9 country, is now makin...

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Moss Vale Police Court. WEDNESDAY AUGUST 31. (Before F. R. Wilshire P.M., and G. Tate J.P.) W. REGAN V. T. CUNNINGHAM. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 2 September 1892

doss Va!o IPoDice (Dourt. \Vr.i-:;rar.AY Auacr.r 31. (Before F. R- Wilshiro P.M., and G. Talo J.P.) W. Kr.GAS- V. T. Cn.NNlNGIIAM. Plaintiff clmmcrl £ei 17n Gil^for wages -lun Mr. C. C. G.ile appeared for the plaintiff ; Mr. Lncan for defendant. W . Regan, sworn, said he was a labourer, of M053 Vale. lie was engaged at the chow ground at 7s per day, and worked thrco days. He assisted at the booths, which were under the supervision of Mrs. Cunningham. Between March 23 nnd May 7, ho was time-keeper at Buliio, nnd war; to rcccivc 73 Od per daj\ ilo charged 123 for one day hccaunc he used a horcs aud dray. He was working 3o days. lJuring At days (between June G and July 27) he also worked at Bullio at 12s per day burning off. He then used his own horse, and charged 83 for himself and -13 for the horse. Those amounts came to £37 17n Od. Against this lie gavo credit for board of £0 15s ; 2Mbs tobacco 10s, and with the cash total amounted to £13, leaving the balance cued for. Cross-cximmed...

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Mass Vale Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 2 September 1892

_ £2«ss Vrio (Council At the ordinary mooting of this council on Monday evening loot. Tho Mayor (N. H. Throoby Esq.) presided. Alno present Alderman John Oullon, E. Goodridse, D. McGregor, H. 0. Reno, and A. B. Young. Alderman Richavdaon acted do Council Clork and read tho minutea of previou3 meeting ?which wero adopted. .COHHESPOOTJENCE The Public Works Dopartinont wrote stating that tho council'o application for the payment of tho department of haf coot of eroding bridge or doable-pipe culvert drain ontheBurrawang-road, would bo considered, and o furthor communication cont. The Railway Oomciinoionera informed that when tho oGol' of £350 por annum was made, tho water oupply wn3 costing them that sum, but oinco then their requirements havo boon considerably reduced nnd conso qupatly tho coat much Iesseuod. Cunoe quently they could not offer a higher rate, and it therefore would bo of no service to take up the timo of tho proposed deputation in fixing a day for them. After the letter...

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Bundanoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 2 September 1892

IBumlaiitoonu (From Our Correspondent.) I notico that the town of Marulan have something more than a name in their Progress Committee, for in planting the street with trees is something that will remain as an everlasting evidence of -the interest taken of the town by the members. The members of the Bundanoon Progress Committee would do well to follow their example, not only in tree planting but in other linc3. I would like to call the attention oE the Progress Committee and also i our road superintendent to tho bad state of our 1 roads. It is not necessary to mention any particu- J iarono for after the raiu we havo just had all are 1 ia the same state. I Benefit Concert.— Tho members of the class ! are doing good work in getting ready for the con- ; cert on Saturday evening next in aid of Mr. J. Dytr of Cables Siding. It is hoped that everyone will ! roll up and patronise the efforts of the c?as3. Business Change. — I hear that Mr. T. Mitchell has been successful in the sale of his ...

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MEMORIAL DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 2 September 1892

- MEMORIAL DAY. ' .... Lnurels and roses, , Lilies and cypress, Kisses by tho otarllghtj Waked by tho sun ? Lay them, oh ! teudoriy, j ? Over tho heroes . ^ - V;,'' Of tho cause that was lost . ? \\ And tho cauao thit was won., Better than laurols, ' Sweeter than roses, . ' 'Whiter than lillies, 1 .. ?Parcr.than-dow.j vs '1 .. . Are tho pledgo of forgiveness, Tho hands clasped in friendship, Tho peace and the prayers O'er tho Gray and the Blue,

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Robertson. SCHOOL OF ARTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 2 September 1892

Ootarfisoiitf. (Fror. j Our Correspondent.) School op Arts, The monthly committeo meeting was held on Wednesday evening, there being present — Messrs. R. G. Fergusson (president), J. Curtis. J. W. Stone, C. Stnbbings, J. F. Stone, S. J. McBaron, and M. D. HuGsoy (hon: sec.) From secretary Mittagong 9cbool of Arts asking information rc exchange of books when ho would bring it before his committee, cccretary be instructed to furnish sune. From Hobsrtcon Oddfellows asking permission to hang their dispension board on tho wall, ? Per- mission granted, Tho secretary stated that tho concert committeo had decidcd to postpone tho concert for another month. Mr. Stubbiugo moved and Mr. Stono seconded that the president intorviow tho Bowral Minstrel Troupo and sco if they would glvo an entertainment in aid of tho School of Arts. Carried. Tho cccretary informed the committeo that the bank orerdraft had been rcduced to £120 7s 4d. Several accounts wcro yet to come in, which would further reducc i...

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MY SWEETHEART'S FACE. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 2 September 1892

MY SWEETHEART'S FACE. My kingdom ia my Dweothcart'a facc, And thca«J tho boundaries I trace ; ' Northward tho forehead fair ; Boy ond, n wilderness of auburn hair ; A rosy chceit to cast and west ; ; Her littlo mouth I Tho ounny Bouth. | . It Is the south that I love best. 1 Her eyeo, two crystal lakes, Rippling with light, Cdoghfc by tho quo by day, ^ V. . Tho stars by night. . . ; . Tho dimplca in . . ' - Her checks and chin Aro shares which Love hath sot, And I havo fallen in !

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 2 September 1892

-A-TJOTIOISTEDSDR, WILDS MEADOW A1ID ROBERTSON, f IS Prepared to . conduct Salc3 in any part of ; tho District. joilltt' 43.- KHDM&Ita -& €o., '/? ® Auctioneers and Property Agents, ^ ? ? .Valuators, &c., THE HART, BOWRAL. p. CLIFFORD, _ Auctioneer, House, land, & Estate Agent J SALFS Conducted throughout tho District, fa Agent for I'iro, Lite and Stock nsuranco in Companies. , fii ArffyHe ©itcecit- Moss. iWnle. , ALFRED L. SMITH. T . (Late HENRY L SMITH,) COMMISSION J.GEN2, C and C OENEKAIi ' PRODUCE J 'MERCHANT, . 1 J l, :COBIMERCIAL STORES j 118 niid 120 Sussex-street, Sydney. FOLEY BROTHERS, o COMMISSION^ME^and PRODUCE 113 and 112 SUSSEX-STREET, B . ' ' SYDNEY- ALL' Consignments received under Personal Super H : vision and Ready Sale at Highest Market l rice: , Guaranteed. ? Accoant bales rendered promptly,; and special attention gi*- cn to tho return of empty q pa jkages. Trial Respectfully Solicited ? ipujisdjUc kodtikdib. ? H. TAYLOR & ...

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The Scrutineer. TERMS [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 2 September 1892

- ^hc Scmtineer. TERMS Subscription 2/G per quarter prepaid ; S /? if booked i chargccl only from tho timo of commcncing. Qaarters end March Si, Juno «}0, Scptoml«er 30, rfccambor 31, at which pcriodo only can subscriber* dcoline by giving a week o nottcc m writing direct to tho office — not through a local collector — and paying to tho then running quarter. jiv e uti semi* n T3 — ot lc3s than^ one inch, 1/- tor tho first two linen and 3d. per line after ; longer odvortiecmcnta, 3/- for tho' first inch and 1/G for every oubnequent inch. A liberal i eduction mado or etauding advertisements.. Advertisements o births, mairiages, and deaths, if sent by post, must be authenticated by tho signature of somo person known at tho officc, or they will not be inserted. Advertisement? will he received up to 6 on day 'of publication. 1 ho number* of insertions ehonld bo written oil the faco. ov tho advortioe* monts will bo continued till countermanded. V^rdcro for withdrawing, altering, or changi...

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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 2 September 1892

ILocal anil flncsaeral. Probate Ddtv. — The duty has been paid on the catatc of tho late Mr. W. Johnson, of Wild's Meadow, the value of the cstato baing declared at £1555. Tenders Accepthd. — John C. Rose, erection of bridge, Jcrrara Creek, road Marulan to Windel lama ; Parker and Leonard, erection of bridge, xar runga Creek, at Fitzroy Falls, Tclepuokic Extekoios*. — An ofuccr from the Government Telegraphic Department visited Burra v;ang last week in reference to an application for telephonic communication between the Yarrunga receiving office and Burrarrang. Forfeited Conditional Lqases. — Notice ic given that the undermentioned conditional leases and all rights attached thereto arc hereby declared forfeited .through non-payment of rent, and will take effect after thirty clear days from August 30 : No. 7-593, Charles Clarence Gale, Berrima, district Moss Vale, county Camden, parish Mcryla, 65J acres; No. 13441, Robert Freeman, Bundanoon, district Moss Vale, county Camden, parish ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 2 September 1892

(Special AdverjUscBMcniitfa - mzffismsr MOSS VA.LE, - . Upholsterer, French Polk1, ior, Picluro ' Frr.mcr- C: c. A LARGE Stock ot Furniture, Bedsteads and Bedding, Carpets, Matting, Linoleum, Door Hate, &c.» always on hand. Spring Roller and Venetian Blinds, made r.nd fitted or repaired. -COMMERCIAL BANKING- ! ? COUP A N Y. -n-rr- cTrmr:rrn-r-r, Established 1834. Incorporated ISIS. Head Otic 2 : : OYDIIEY. CAPITAL ? ^UO.OOO RESERVE PUITD ? ;-030,000 Totil ? £1,430.000 £0' Brandies throughout New South Wales and Queensland. Agcnces throughout the world. All usual Banking Business tr : :vcto:l. IIOSG VAL3 Bit AIiCH, E. EVERARD ROW, Maxaoeh. W, H. PALING® 00., ItnTZr p-rr . rrrzrj^ t— ,, Established 185?. Iscorpoiiatcd ISS3. 8o?c Agents for PIAKOS by Steinway and Sons, JqHqs Feurich, Ucbcl nnd Lechlciter, Carl Ecke, The Victor, The Belling ; and for the world»rcnowncd IvSTRY ORGANS and Boosoy'o Braoo Band Instruments. Umveraal Proridcrsof PIANOFORTES, ORGANS, MUSIC, and MUSICAL...

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Selected Poetry. STRIKES. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 2 September 1892

Sclcctert Poetry. ' STKIKE8. Strikes arc quite proper, only striko right, Striko to eomo purpose, but not for a fight, Striko for your manhood, for houor and fame, Strike right and loft till yon win a good nnmo, Striko tor your freedom from all that io vile, Sfcrjkc.off compnniona who often beguilo, Strike with the hammer, tho nledrro and tho axe, Striko off bad habits with troublesome tax, Striko out unaided, depend on no other, Striko without* gloves, and your fooliohnc33 smother Striko off tho fcttcro of fashion and pride, Striko* trhcro best, bwfc let wisdom dccido, Striko a good blow whilo tho iron io hot, Striko and keep otrilung tilt you hit tho right spot:.

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