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Local Items. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 1 March 1892

Local Menus. Mr. Cccil Compton, the new organist, played at St. Johns' Moss Vale, on Sunday last. Messrs. liichardson and Wrench report having sold lot 2S of Butradoo subdivision at £1'2 os. per acre. Last night tho Moss Vale Council adjourned until the following day out of rcspict for tho memory of Mr. C. S. I'aync, the late clerk. The meeting of tho Bcrrima District A.H, & I. Society, which was to havo been held on the show ground on Saturday afternoon last, lapsed for the want of a quorum, Mr. Theophilns M'Collom of Wild's Meadow, lias gone to St. Vincents' Hospital, Sydney, owing to an injury to one of his eyes which lias lately caused him a good deal of trouble. Wc would remind our readers that the Robertson Agricultural ohow opens tomorrow (Wednesday). Mr. Haddin will rim a conveyance from .Voss Vale ou tho occasion. We learn from Mr Tarkc, the Moss Vale post». master, that a pillar receiver will shortly be erectcd ontoido tho Ii StAC Bank in place of the inade quate l...

Publication Title: Scrutineer, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Select Poetry. THE LAST FOND LOOK. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 1 March 1892

Select: PoctryT'- ~T I THE LAST FOND LOOK. Tbe last fond, lingering look you gave - : - Went with i no from my mtivo land, Beyond the htllo, across the wave , And when I trod tho ntrrtnger's strand, Still its sweet pleading with mo stayed, Though fairer forms were on tho opot, And many a love-lit rjanco ecaaycd Too woo mc from tuc unforgot. As heathens wear tho amulet, And Christian souls the blessed cross, Closo to my inmoat heart waa set That look, cccurc from pain or loss. Wherever preruscd by lonely qucRt I On burning r-amlR or frozen uhorc — A vestal lamp within my breast, A Btar, a hope for evermore. And on^e, when life r.eemed scarce a span, And fate to have achieved its conrao— When round our feeble caravan There buret a cloud of lobhordiorse— That treasured glance, that human spell | The curge of honor lightly braved, And, as if by a miracle, The danger passed, and we were saved. And (holiest joy of all to clasp !) Now, when o^ain my land I seek, With fortune still beyond m...

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Sick Nursing. FORMATION OF A CLASS IN MOSS VALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 1 March 1892

SMs Pltursamg. Formation ok a Class is Moss Valk. A meeting of lady residents of tho district, with a mndcr;:*. e sprinkling of tho malo sex, was held at tho Royal Hotel, yesterday (Monday) afternoon, for tlio purpose of discussing tlio desirability of forming, under tlio Technical Education Depart ment, a class to reccive instruction in sick nursing. The Mayor (Mr. N. H. Throsby, J.P.) presided. Iu opening the meeting tho Mayor said lie had called it at the request of some of tho ladies present at the Church of England bazaar last week. He noticed that tho idea had been carried out very sue eecsfully at Goulbnrn, and in Bowral too enough names nan ncen given iu to jusiuy un application i through the Technical College to the Government for a tcachcr of sick nursing to be sent down. From what ho understood the advantage to bo gained, not only by those taught but also by the nursed, was very great. Though tho attendance of gentlemen was not lir^o, he could announce that many would con...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 1 March 1892

? ? / ' && TtN Gh . S;Y'-:^^:s^^.r;V ...??- - V '7^' ^bleb^^d-;^^ '-; ^?^2-*^' .IVToiti'Q Svamntireioi? TW&sivJ ??;.'-{-? 7 :'^t ^''?'', r First quality Tweed .Suits; splendid value ? ? V«i.' f ^^-- '.' V r kxtr;i quality Tweed .Suits, ► plendid value ... ? ? ? '?'????*'. .j.i. \''wV.7 x/w.; -? j Spcei.d .quality. Tweed Suit--, splendid value ? ? V' N ?*'? fcOa^ '?'?'? : licinivr quality Tweed Suits, equal to order ... ,T;' '?'*'? Lstcmcuc }\hvy IMue S.crjo Suite, fast eolora ... ?'? V;,; v «M- / ?? dAo r- »*' Staff Ner^o Suit', fast colors ? . ;M ? „'t ? -?- ?/ :4B^ *'???-?? l'hinnel -mvy ]-luc Serge Suits, soft, light, and durable ... ? 40s ' . 8amplc», with diagrams and directions for »olf.meaiurement, ««ntPo*t Frwto'' all Parts of tho Colony. ; : DAVID JONES 6 COr.lPAMY, Oriont Clolhlors, Goorno Slroot, Svdnov. OrrosiTB O.P.O. - \ SEND FOR C -J5. 3P.JS. LOOU S3* - i Ladles' and Children's tfillincry. 1 ? Kh(-1mou Plates Free by Tost. 'Ladies* Imitation Ca...

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Suicide of the Council Clerk of Moss Vale. VERDICT OF TEMPORARY INSANITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 1 March 1892

Suicide of the Council (Cflcrli oil I n«3S Voile. I I — I VERDICT OF TEMPORARY INSANITY. I OnSuiuIay evening a j;ooti deal of surprise wan I canccd in Mos3 Vale by the news, which ftofc quietly j circulate!, to the clToct that Mr. C. S. Payne, the ! Council Cleric, had committed fiuieide. The man j was of a quiet, almost melancholy nature, hut he waa not generally regarded aa ono who would lift ] ! hia hand to terminate his own cxiotcncc. Five | months a^o he loot hio wife, and this, coupled with ! t'te fact that he wo3 a victim to chronic bronchitis, ; tended to dcprcs3 him. On Saturday evening lie i returned home rather late, and 011 Sunday Uopt his ! bed, being unable or unwilling to take any cuntcn- j nuee. Shortly after Jive o'clock in the evening ho | called to hi-'i daughter, who was followed to the bed room by her husband. Dcccased informed the latter that I10 had taken poison, and a bottlo of strychnine wan found in the romn. Dr. lJarcroft was at once cent for. but th^rc wa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 1 March 1892

Certainly the best medicino known is SANDER and SONS' EUCALYPTI EXTRACT. Test its eminently powerful effects in coughs, edds, in fluenza ; the relief is iustantcnous. In toriouB cases and accidents of all kinds, bo they wounds burns, tcaMings, bruises, sprains it is the safest remedy — no swelling — no inflammation. Late □uprising cffccto produced in croup, diphtheria, bronchitis, inflammation of the lungs, swellings, Sc., diarrhcua, dyscntry, diseases of tho kidneys and miliary organs. -In use at hoapitah and clinics all over the1 world ; patronised by 11 in Majesty tho King of Italy ; crowncd with medal and diploma tic Intcrnaitonal Exhibition, Amsterdam. Trust to an approved artielo and reject all others. nS®Ib©E'tfn)-n-im .flcjQ'ileunntlta&'nn snn©ry, MR; JOHN HADbIN will run a COACH from Moss Yralo on tho Opening Day (Wednes. day), returning came evening. MUSS ! OFK^ETSJ -^a\ GE^ID — VOOMi AND \ ¥.n»TkuiNTAL -D0§%eniiniiSaS (^303, w©si# WaBe, FRIDAY, llTifiMARCH (Sucoso...

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Kangaroo Valley Agricultural Show. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 1 March 1892

CinBgnroo Valley Agricultural I SEaow. ^ The seventh annual exhibition of the Kangaroo [ Valley A. aud H. Association was held 011 Thurs day nnd Friday last, the attendance on tho first day numbering about -100. The weather waa ! particularly favorable 011 Thursday, and was for Kangaroo VolWy delightfully cool. A smart shower foil 011 Thursday morning aud cooled the atmos phere, which had been unpleasantly warm for a day or two previously. The onirics received numbered 1900, being a slight increase upon the number of last year. The horse exhibits were not so numerous or up to tho standard of jrcviou3 shows. There were no coach, ing utallious shown, the exhibits being confined to young stock of one and two years, and a few aged coaching tnarcn. Blood stock waa fairly well represented, hut there was an almost entire absenco J of draughts, the only prizes awarded being a second | for draught mare from the Osborne estate, and first j and second for farm and pair of plough horses. I The ...

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WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 1 March 1892

WESLEY AN. ? Bowral 11— Mr, Richards j 7.30— Rev. Corner. ? Mittagjug 11 — Rev. Corner ; 7,30 — Mr. Grogory. Mo-13 Vale 3 — lie v. Corner. - '? Robertson 2.30— Rev. Jas. CoUvell; 7.30— Rer, J. Colwell. Kangaloon 11 — Rev. Jas. Colwell. Wilds Meadow 2.30— Mr, White.

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SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 1 March 1892

1 , t SW595S&ltY 1 . 2he 2imcs uBsei ts-tlmt duriii' the political c isis of 1880 Mr. CJludstono inspired the ' ? J editor of tho Speaker to impeach tlio loyalty . of tlio Marquis of Hai'tiiigfon. j 1 The minora in tho Derbyshire, .Nottiiig- ' ham, lAMoestorshirt*, Cumber!: nid. Lanoii- . shire, North Wales, and .Stiiflbrdsliiro collfcsric.- iuhj to !/.: ludccil uiii. I' 1 0U;tbly~tj'0T^i5'« i'/ colliery-owners in Dttrliani and jN'ortliuiub/' . '' , '. ... ! will follow suit. ' ?' Oiving to (lie failure of M. I/iur to got periniftsion o2 the Frtncli .Semite ? to vthnjff.' prosecution of M. Coustans for .-assault ease lias been dismissed. ? Tlio 13riiiE.li Military CoinmissTon stroil^*V.f--.; '.; condemns tho present condition of tho isli Army. Through tlio fall of a chimney at a flaiw/j.r.'j.;. -.-? ?....- mill at Urudtord (Jtinjf. ), 1 3 persons wlK killed and many injured. : Mr. Charles Foster, Secretary ot United States Treasury, and - Mr. Grosplitf, are to discuss tho si...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 1 March 1892

. -(Ehe Jtatineer. j TERMS: Subscription 2/0 per quarter prepaid ; 3/- if booKbd j charged only from tlio time of commencing. Quarters otid March 31, Juno 30, Septomher 30, 'Deccinber 31, at which periods only can subscribers decline by giving a wecls'o notice in writing direct to tlib office— not through n local collector — and paying to the then running quarter. 'AnyBBTiSEMESTS— of leiis than one inch, I/- for tiicfirat'two lines niid 3(1. per lino aftor ; longer advertisements, 3/-. for the first inch and 1/6 for every subsequent inch. A liberal reduction made for standing advertisements. Advertisements o birthsi mairiagca, and deaths, if s'cnt by post, mufat be authenticated by tho signature of some person known at tho officc, or they willnot bo inserted. Advertisements will be rcceivcd up to 6 p.m. on day of publication. Tho number of insertions should be written on tho faco, or the advertise ments will be continued till countermanded. Orders for withdrawing, altering, or chang...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 1 March 1892

/.r^0JI3I3 C^iL. ' ? fflKE Eucufs fa thc/Lr\e tsrfA/fXKa re X Kcgrjscifiilty iifolyjAo ott/ud^rms Funeral ] which wtfl njovc froi l l.l'j i-cpv'.enc.iftlio Council Chambers, Mdss Vale.jjat 1 1 ^'ji'o^!., this (Tuesday) ... . morning, for Bong Bong Ccine'tcry. ^ vsar — ? ? ? '? l[he (Scvuititccv, AND ? *' Wee4 CDooDmlleDii AoOv©cnflo. (ESTABLISHED 1074-10 Yearc.) mLISHKD EVERY TUESDAY and PIJIDAY ? -H'rcr of opinion nuv/ be tolrmtrd where reason i* A ft -tfrc* toeomfat if.'— Thomas Jeffbkson. ~\ TUESDAY i MARCH ], 1892. 4 ' ?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 1 March 1892

£)icrJal AdtfeirtfiBCHMciirtrw ? - ? lOiiMlifia MOSS V AJjE, CJjphoIoterer, i?ronoli Poliolior, Piclnro i'rciiicr- tic. A LARGE Stock of I'lirmture, Bcdatcada ami Bedding, Carpets, Matting, Linoleum, Door Hats, &c , nlv.-.iy.-. on hand. Spruirr Koller nnd | ' : Venetian Blinds, made ami fitted or repaired. | 'GOiKIERCIM BANKING-' COMPANY. ©p Eatablishcd 1334. Incorporated 1818. Head OjIIcb : Gcowic Sxnr.ijr, Syturcr. CAPITAL ? 'GOfJ.Oflf) BESBBVB FOIID ? SGVO.OOU HnsEiivu ron Equalisation of DIVIDENDS ? £100.000 Money reccivo.l at Interest and all other usual Banking Business transacted. E. 1CVKUARD ROW, Managkk, HOSD VALE BRAITCH.

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PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 1 March 1892

PRESBTrERIAN. ? . East Kangaloon (Lord's Suppor) 1 1 ; Burrawang i 3 ; Moss Vale 7.30. — Rev. Boswcll Berry, M.A. |

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CATHOLIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 1 March 1892

CATHOLIC. MoasValo 8.30 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. ; Burrawang 11. -J. Walsh.

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Robertson. AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 1 March 1892

? HSofocctson. AOUICTLTURAL SOCIETY1. A special committee meeting was liild in the School of Arts on Thuratay oveuinR last, there being present— Messrs. R. McEvilly (chairman), R. G. Ferguson (sec.), J. E. Williams, W, Noble, T. Jones, \Y- White, J. Brooker, W. Graham, M. Brookcr, \Y. Vantlenbergh. R, Gay, and J. W. Hunts. Accounts from L. E. Ball & Co., £4, anil J. 'ieasley, £! 0, tho latter for painting tho building, wore passed for payment. The secretary stated that ho had received £147 government subsidy for last year, also an official communicition that Thurs. day, socoud day of show, had been proclaimed a Jaliday. As the committee were unable to give tho ?'lecessary time to arrange everything it was resolved , W the motior, of Mr. J. E. Williams 'that the / tround committee be empowered to put on labor ,/ tcliavj all work completed at once.' The secretary stated that testers had been procured for testing the butter end cheese. .Tt v.ao resolved that a special meetiag b...

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Bowral Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 1 March 1892

Bowl fll ' B3usjicSpa! (DounoiD. -. Tho usual fortnightly meeting of the council waq held ou Thursday the following aldormon being present. J. Holmes. J. Dawson, J- Cobb, A* J. Harrison, J. J. Campbell, K. A. Binder, H M. Oxley, nnd M. Kicc. corhesfosdkxci-:. I rom thc Ondcr-bccvotiry for Work?', tint the plans for tho vrnrtenvorkn would be prepared on completion oi the ouivcy. From Chief Umlcr-Sdcrctary, tint Friday, Uth proximo, lud been proclaimed a public holiday. From Sccrtt.iry to ltuihvny Cororojjjaioncr.'j, that tho subway under the railway could not, on account of expenoo, be built, aud that the repair of the present roadway must bo completed by the council. From Under-Sccrctary of Landa Department, cn» closing tracing of new coniotcry; Fcoiu Chief Uudcr»Sccrotaryt ashing that con dition of tho local labor market miftht bo cont to tho new labor bureau for its quidance. From Mr. C. Funnton, calling attention to con* dition of Station-street opposite Charkcr'o proporty. Refer...

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 1 March 1892

CHURCH OF ENGLAND Shtton I'orekt. — 1st and 3rd Sundays in tho month at 3 p.m. ;2ud and 4th Sundays in tho month r.t II a.m. and Holy Communion : fitli Sunday at 3 p.m. Moan Yam:. — lot and 3rd Sundays in tho month at 11 a. in. nnd lloly Communion; ivory Sunday at 7. HO p.m. Bi7si-anoo.\\ — 2nd nnd 4th Sundays in tho month at 3 p.m.: 5th Sundays in tho month at 11 a.m. and Holy Communion. Kxr.Tr.lt — Wcdneoday (on or before full moon) 7.30. Hoi.lytiioiiff, (Cnra Roads— Thursday (on or be forc full moon) 7. .10 p.m.. — Itcv. A. G. Stoddart; Bong Bong (Christ Church) — Divine Scrvico every Sunday morning at 11 a.m.; Mount Ashliy (St. Thomas)— IJvpry Sunday at 3p.m. ; Yaminga. — Socoud Sunday in every month at 3 p.m. All scats aro free. — \Y. A. Lcoih. B. A. Holy Iulmty, Hkriiiua. Birrima, every Sunday at 11 ; second and fuurth Sundays in tho month at 7. itcv. G. bheppard, B. A. Ct isy Ruadu, firut mid ilnul Sunday ut 7. ' H;!qh Range, second Sunday at 3. Bclanglo, fourth Sunday at 3; ...

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Farewell to Mr. Baylis, of Bowral [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 1 March 1892

Farewell to Mr. nSsayMs, ©fi' CDowkjI Al banquet was held in the Royal Hotel Bowral on Thursday night for tho purpose of biddintjfnrowell to Mr. C. W. Biylin, tho late proprietor of tho hotel. Between CO and 70 residents of tho town and dis trict sat dawn to supper. Mr. J . Ii. Campbell oc cupied the chair, while Aldermen Bisaakerand Rice occupied the oppasito end of tho tablo, After full justice had been dono to tile viands prepared for the occasion, tho actual proceedings of tho evening wore entered into. Tho toasts of tho Queen and tho Governor having been responded to Mr. .T. L. Campbell ar030 amidst applauso to propose tho toast of the evening, Mr. C. W. Baylis. In doing thi3jic desired to bear testimony to the esteem with Which Mr. Baylis was held amongst the townspeople and visitors who at different times visited tho hotel. It had always been run oil ntraigUt-hoftcstlincB, tho utmost cour tesy had been shown and everybody could agree with him in saying that the hotel had been...

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Moss Vale Land Court. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 1 March 1892

Horn Vri© toad . (Dotirto The following casts came, oil for hearing at tho » j local Land Court yesterday j Robert Barbour, re c p 89-39, 89-11, c 1 10,595,' j for exemption from fencing — Adjourned for Inspec* j tor's report' 'I Robert Barbour, re c p 83-39, 93 acrcs. Colo, as 1 to conditions — Adjourned for Inspector's report. j Robert Barbour, re c 1 10,595. 2213 acres, Colo, as J tocouditionc— Adjourned for Inspector's report. J i Ii., S. and A. C. Bank, rc c p 80-53, 80 acrcs, c p |. I 80-70, 57£ acrcs, c p 80-00, -10 acrcs, Yarrawa, as 1 to conditions— Recommended for forfeiture. ^ | Richard Hardo, jr., n op 81-19, 200 acres, Joadja, | as to conditions — Withdrawn. | Charles Jaun, re c p 91-30, 3'20acrco, Wingello— | For measurement in modified form. # | William Maynes,' re cp 80-13, for permission to | enclose a road — Che Board approved of tho road. \ being enclosed on conditiou that.gatca arc erccted iu ^ conformity with the Public Gates Act. . ? v Pcrcival C. Cordcaux, c 1...

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Picton Show. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 1 March 1892

IPicfam Slaow. Tho seventh annual show of the Picton Agricnl I tural Society opened on Thursday morning. There I was a large contingent of victors present, including the Postmaster-General and Mr. W, McCourtand Dr. Cullcn, Ms, P. These gentlemen were well received and at the luncheon were called upon to respond to the toast of their respective healths. Mr. Kidd spoke briefly, simply stating that tho present Ministry were doing their best for the interests of the colony. Mr. McCourt stated tho Picton society was down for £130 in tho agricultu ral vote. Dr. Cullcn epoko of the important position which wao occupied by the producers. Tho weather was delightfully cool and the attendance for a first day large, and the exhibits in nio3t classes numerous and good. The show of draught horses was not large. Iu stallions G. H. Cranfield waa first and A. Graham second. Iu marcs W. Bollard was first and John Channel sccond. Tho other prize-takers were: — W. Rofc, T. Haivey, A. Hughes, Johu Chann...

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