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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 2 September 1892
To Ccp.r. Skin- DispAs/ j.— Sulpholino Lotion quickly drives away eri! ptf ,n0j pimples, blotohea, redness, eczema, acne, qii iguremcnta, ronghnees, and scurf, £c , leaving V/cTcar spotless skin and beautiful comp'exion. Sulpholine is a necessity for tho skin, especially in hot climatc3. Mado in London. Sold everywhere. — Advt. ; To Overcome Weakness.— Pepper's' Quinine nnd Iron Tonic gives new lifo, appetite, health strength, energy. Cnrea neuralgia, indigestion! nerve debility. Specially useful in hot, depression climates or malarious districts. Everyone obonld keep up strength by taking Pepper's Quinine, tho world-known English tonic. Bottles everywhere — Advt. . P,CBL,T? Notice.— Mr. Sibert, photographer, in thanking tho public for their kind patronage bega to announco that a3 ho has weathered the Winter, ho has determined to remain, and his travel, ling photo waggons are now traversing the different districts, and will visit every homestead, farm etc in rotation. Await hia arri...
N.S.W. Exhibits at the World's Fair [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 2 September 1892
N-S.W. Exhibits rat the Wo rid if Fair In tbo unavoiflabloabsenco of tho Succoss,. rodolont, no it would havo boon, otprimitivo lifo in Auotralia, tho nuggootion of tho hut for Chicago (oayo a contemporary') \7ao a happy thought. Iu what way oithor tho convict 'hip or tho hut may prcmoto tho intorosta of Australia, c, corvo tho high purpoDoa usually ouppocci] to attach to on oshibition of tho Gcioneci r.nd indu-trioa of mo worici, uoo3 not □triuo cno nt tirot oight. But, an hno boon nomcii~~3 obaorvod, tbo claims of high art aro not to bo moaaurod in tho ccaloa of a vulgar utilitarianism. Ao wan well remarked by a mombor of fho Exhi bition Commission whon oupporting tho cauoo of tho hut, the magnificont dioplay of nrchitocturo, limno'l with sunshine, will ohow that wo havo omorged from tho hut ape, and thit wo aro not so barbnric ao might bo supposed from this roprcoontation of tho habitations of our ancestors. And ovon tho contrast fo tho hut in nuch buildingo Q3 tho G.P.O. or tho ...
Farming Without Pigs [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 2 September 1892
Fanning Without IPIgs. A somewhat eccentric farmer whom we onco knew took the thoroughly Jewish view of tho hog os an unclean animal, and would neither eat ito flesh nor have cne about his place. Moot of what usually went to the pig pen wao givon to poultry. Ho claimed' that his heno laid more eggo than they would if obliged to travel and feed over land contaminated by tho hog. Our ex. porienco has always been that a few pigs, at least enough to eat the skim-milk from tho dairy, aad bo fattened mainly on small apples and potatoes, could bo k-pt with scarcely any cost. Such pork is owoofc and hoalthful. It is tho keeping of large drovea of hogs togethor, feeding them on ground that has boon poisoned by theirvsxerement that givo3 rise to diseased por)/and oreatea tho dislike against pork nr/a food. No other animal furnishes ao r^iich or so good moat for tho food it eats ar/j pig.
Vegetarian Society. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 2 September 1892
VcKGEnrOaia Society^ ??? ? Tho other day wo had ;ho ploaoure of ' meeting what are termed by many, faddists/ namely : _ tho Vegetariuns at their first annual dinner in tho Reform Cafo, and judging from tho report presented to the meeting, they havo done fairly good work in seeking to bring about reform in our dietetic habito of which thore iQ doubtless great need. They, liko tho Temperance Armv, desiro not to croato n fresh soct. but to influence tho practice of tho nation, and abolish tho needs for quack doctors and freo disponsincs, and instead have people, enjoying good health of body and mind. With such an object this paper is in full accord, and wo think all well-^ishors of humanity must agree. We nolo nine debates havo beon hold with various societies, numerous letters to tho press from the Presideut and Secretary have beon written, and other moans adopted to bring the sub ject before the public, and tho report o!obss with what is a too common story nowadays, that lack of fund...
Scotch Concert at Sutton Forest [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 2 September 1892
Ssoicli (L'oaccrfc nt Sutton Forest A Scotch Concert in aid of the Sutton ForcBt Presbyterian Church, wa3 given on Wcndesday evening last. The chair was taken at 8 p.m. by Mr C. L. NicholsonJ.P. Tho hall was very tastefully decorated for tho occasion. There was a gooi audience, thoso who were nob there at the opening of the concert having to staud. Piper Shaw played for the dances ; Miss Ingleheart acted a3 accompanist. Tho entertainment was opened by Miss Badgery who played a selection of Scotch Airs on tho piano forte, meering with everyone's approval. Mr. Fyfe sang 'Anchored' iu fair style. Miss A. Viles who came on tho stage in the character of n fishwife, sang 'Caller Hcrriti ' in remarkably good voice, aud for which she was awarded an encore. Mr. Cameron sang 'The Cameron Men' very fairly. Miss Iugleheait also shone forth in the song 'Comiu' through the Rye,' which was received with a well-deserved encore. A trio followed by Mesdame3 Balfour and Adams and Mr. Balfour, tho piec...
Entertainment at Bowral. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 2 September 1892
Entertainment at Bowffal. } 'Minstrelsy, Mnsic, Mirth, and Melody' wao what the handbills announced as tho bill-of-faro at the School of Arta, Bowral, on Wednesday evening last, when tho amateurs tendered a benefit to tlio School of Art3 and Hospital. Notwithstanding the unsettled state of the weather and tho muddy roads, a large and appreciative audiencc, including a number of visitors from Moss Valo and surround-, ing districts, assembled to witness the perforin* ance, which passed off to the entire satisfaction of all present. The stage management was under tho able supervision of Mr. E. M. Wickham. Ao accompanist, Mr. C. Compton rendored valnablo service; wniic Mcssrro i!i. iu. wicaiam (lioncs) and H. Norton (Tambo) were a host in themselves. Mr. 1. Lovcridgc acted n3 interlocutor and musical conducted. The entertainment commenccd with tho chorus ' Cricket on the Hearth' Ly the com pany. ' I'll take you Home, Kathleen,' wao well rendered by Mr. H. E. Wickham. Tho song ' Let your...
Arbor Day at Bowral. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 2 September 1892
Ai'Iion DDay at Eov?ral. Dinner was too Blow an ordeal la3t Saturday to several hundred children. What with eating their dinner, cleaning their boDto, and tidying thcmsolvco, they displayed considerable haste, for they had one object in view— Arbor Day in tho park. Tliey had trees to plant, races to run, prizes to win, and lollieo to get. Such a proc;r.imme, and all to bo got through after dinner. Howevor, they got thero as coon an possible, and entered heartily into tho spirit of tho affair. All tho preparations had been made for tho planting of tho trees and climbs. Tn this reopoot tho Council Clerk had utilised tho available funds to tho very best advantage. Ho had four largo circles well trenchcd anif neatly fenced. Tlio fcticing comprised a top rail and wire netting. There wcro botweon two and three hundred trees and shrubs planted in these enclosures ? one of which was taken cliargo of by tho girl3 and another by tho boya. Townspeople planted tho rest. There was a great variet...
CHURCH NOTICES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 2 September 1892
CHURCH NOTICES. . Church of England. Sutton Forest.— 1st and 3rd Sundays in tho month at 3 p.m. ; 2nd aud 4th Sundays in tho month at 11 a.m. and Holy Communion ; 5th Sunday nt 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 nnd 4th Sundays in tho month at 3 p.m. : 5th Sundays in tho month nt 11 a.m. and Holy Communion. Exeteii — Wednesday (on or beforo full moon) 7.30 HoLLYTiionn: (Cross Roads— Thursday (on or be foro full moon) 7.30 p.m..— Rev. A. G. Stoddart Bong Bong (Christ Church)— Divino Service every Sunday morning at 11 a.m.; Mount Ashby (St. Thomas)— Every Sunday at 3p.m. j Address to cbildron first Sunday in month j choir practieo overy Wednesday at 7 p.m. Yarrunga— Second Sunday in overy month at 3 p.m. All seats are frco. — W. A. Lcooh, B.A. Holy Trinity, Berrima. Birrima, overy Sunday at 11 ; second and fourth undays in tho month at 7. Rev. G. Sheppard, B,A. r . Cr 'S3 Roado, first and third ...
Rifle Shooting. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 2 September 1892
HSifle Sliootimg. Tho quarterly oliooting in conncotion vritli the M033 Vale Rcservc3 tool: placo on tlio Browlcy rango on Wednesday, August 24. Tlio weather wao equally, a otrong westerly wind blowing. Snbjointd aro tho ocorca 600 COO rr mi yds yds P T1 G. Bailey ? SO 2-i 4—58 H. Richardson ? 32 22 4—58 H. G. Lambert ? 30 27 0 ? 57 E. E. Row ... ... 16 20 21—57 G. Gissing ? 31 22 8— 5G J.Taylor ... .21 20 15—50 I R. H. Jervin ? 24 25 5—54 C.Taylor ... ... 24 25 5 —54 Jas. Wotton ? 13 .26 12 — 51 D. Clifford ? 19 19 12—50 T. B. Dincen ? 20 18 6—^44 F. Bray ? 2 - ret.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 2 September 1892
' IBndDSWIS,' ? THE GREAT i-TERVE AMD BR AIM T01IIC IS MADE . . ' FR0I.I THE RECIPE OF A CELEBRATED GERMAN PHTSIOIAL Soothing Powders, FOR CHILDREN CUTTING THEIR TEETH. 'HOUSEWIFE'S FRIEND' Ia invaluable for preserving Fruit, Eggs. Butter, &c Dr Steel's Medical Wonder Cures Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Headaoho, Toothache, nnd all internal and external Aches nnd Pains. Will bc found the Purest, most Wholesomo and Digestible Food for Invalids and Children. CREAM OF ALL FRUITS' Exccls all other Fruit Salts, and is a most Beneticial, Refreshing, Agreeable Beverage. Universal Baking* Powder Tho Purity nnd High Salutary Influoncoof Every Ingredient composing it is GUARANTEED. .. PHISKYliKG OISTTMEWT. PHENYLIC OINTMENT, a now preparation . speoiallyradaptod for the euro of Ulcoratedand. Other Wounds, . and in all cases - wliere a Stimulating Ointment is required. Botanic Cream Is absolutely free from pernicious nciris ; it-gives tho hair a silky smoothness, and prevents, it falling off ...
BREVIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 6 September 1892
BfltEVfl Ai. A number of items, correspondence, &c., aro unavoidably hold over. The next District Court will be held at Moss Vale on Thursday, 29th inst. Plaints must be entered 14 days prior to that date. At the Singleton Rifle Association on Wednesday last Mr. J. L. Varlow, of Moss Valo Rifle Corps, succeedcd in obtaining a prize of £2 for a scoro of C5 in the first stage of tho Queen's, and £1 for a score of 59 in the Nursery. A meeting of ladies in connection with tho Schoal of Arts bazaar will be hold on Thursday next at 3 o'clock at the School of Arts, A Service of Soug in connection with tho Mos3 Valo Band of Hope will take placo at the Oddfcl lowo* Hall on Thursday evening next. Tho Berriina District Cottago Hospital report for the mouth of August : — Patients admitted, 3 ; discharged cured, 3 j remaining in hospital, 1. Landlord : * I want to tell you before you move iu that I like to have the rent paid promptly on the first day of each month. ' Tenant : ' That's my...
General News Items. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 6 September 1892
(Kcmcirall Plows litems. In New York the prico of wheat lias fallen to tho 1 lowest point touched for the last five years. A panic has occurred on tho Exchange, ! A disastrous explosion of firo damp has occurrod i in c coal mine at Framieres, a town of Belgium, j Twonty-six bodies havo been recovered from the workings. \ It is improbablo that M. Ignace Padorwski, tho j Polish pianist, will visit Australia beforo tho year I li 34. Hanlan haa defeated Stephenson by two Ienghts | n a cculling match at Toronto. The annual report of tho Firo Brigade's Board rtiowo that during last year there were 2S2 fires, Che assessed revenue for tho year was £11,400. At tho criminal sittings of tho Briabauo Supremo Sourt Francis Charles Horrocks was convicted and joutencod to death for the muraer of Rudolf Wclao muller. A recommoudation to mercy accompanicd the verdict. Tho Queensland polico authorities havo decided to abandon the prosecution of M. Leon Pcrrott, tho supposed Russian spy, who is under ...
Visit of Parliamentary Representatives to Moss Vale. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 6 September 1892
yisit of IPni Su^mentavy C£cpre= neiatativcEj to rjosn Vide Although Parliament \vn3 Bitting till about dr.ybrcal: on Friday morning tho thrco mcra bora for tho Camden clcctorato — tho Hon. John Kidd (Pontmaator-Gcncral), Willinm MoCourl, Esq., and Dr. W. P. Oullen — left Sydney by tho 0.30 p. m. train to attend tho banquet given in thoir honor at Moss Valo. Thoy lcJt the train afc Bowral whore they wero mot at tho railway station by the Mayor and altlermen and a number of lead in/; townspeople, and conducted at onco to tho lodgeroom of the Council Chambers whero luncheon was provided. Tho Mayor (Alder man Holmes) occupied tho chair. Tho toasts proposed at luncheon wero : ' The Queen,' by the Mayor ; ' Our Members,' and ' Tho Mayor of Bowral' by Mr. G. E. Mnkin, who in° referring to Berriran, requirements instanced a3 a most pressing ono the road from Burr.idoo to Borrima village, and Mr. McCourt showed that Alderman Oxley had been tho cause of blocking this road being opened up. A ...