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Items Worth Bearing in Mind. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 1 March 1892

II tenia Worth DEciiring in Hflniul. Small dosos of snlt will chock homorrhngo of tho lungs or stomach. To roloivo hiccoughs a: onee, tako um;- of sugar raturatod with vinegar. Toothache may bo rolioved by tho appli- I cation of cotton saturated with ammonia. Tho skin of a boiled ozg is said to be tho moat efficacious romedy that oan bo appliod to a boil. Peel it carefully, wet and apply to tho part affected. It will drajv oflc tho matter aud roliovo the soreness in f°w hours. A writer in one of tho modical jounal says ho has found tho application of a strong solution of chromic acid, throo or four times a day, by moans of a camel's hair penoil'.to . bo tho best and sasiost method^ 'of removing' i warte. -? ? ?' -s ' '? In the Ljgislativo Assembly oil Wednesdiy night, a Tcmpoiary . Supply Bill for £044,000 passed through nil its stages,- and it wns ordered to be acnt to the Legislative Council iviih the usual m'essago. In tlio Legislative Council on Wednesday, : tho Customs Duties B...

Publication Title: Scrutineer, The
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The Maryvalle Herd. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 1 March 1892

Tlie Hnfyvano Mcrffl. . ? ? Tho sale o. Sir. Peate's wcll-kuown Mary valo herd took place on Wednesday afternoon at tho grounds. Messrs. J. U. Morris and tjo. .had made every provision for tlie comfort of tho visitors, and . the sale went oft with the smoothness common to such events in their charge. Tho attendance was only moderate, and consisted principally of local t'10 ! '!?' daring the day was never very I'd1™' aUhoru!5 1 tIlG total amount realised, about taUO, was fairly good in the present stato of the ' market. Some of tho lots however went at verv low prices, several magnificent animals being dia- ' posed of for under ten guineas. Mr. H. E. Wlck liam commenced tho sale at about 1.30 p-mi,- ^ nud w as kept hard at w ork until after 6 o'e'oclc. iho following is a summary of tho ealo ? ? ? ' 1 uro_ Ayrshire Bulls : Count £5 [-/, Lucifer' £7 7s. i u 3' riiluo ^ Sainclio .I'd 5s. Cows and Heifers : Botsy .t'O (is, C'owden Maid £7 7g Crocus lot ill lln, Cowulip £7 17s. Cil. Dondr...

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Origin of the Union Jack. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 1 March 1892

®r5!$Iut Oir the HJniiou JJuck. I On April 12, 1G0G, tho Union Jack — the flag that ha3 waved iu so many bloody and victorious bnttlo3 by soa and Bhoro — first mado i:s appearance. From Rymer's ' Frodoro, ' nnd tho annals of Sir James Balfour, Lord Lyon King nt Arms, wo learn that somo difforoncos having orison between ohips of tho two countries at soa, his Majesty ordained that a now flag bo adopted with tho oroasooof St. Andrew and St. Gaorgo in'iorlacod, by placing tho lattor fiimbriated on tbo blue flag of Scotland aa tho ground thoroforo. This flag all ships wero to carry nt thoir maintop; but English ships woro to display St. Goorgo'a rod cross at their stern, and tho Scottish tho whito saltairo of St. Atidrow. Tho Union Jack, howovor, was not adoptod by tho troops of oithor country till thoir Parliamentary union, iu 1707. In Mnnro's account of tho expedition with Mackay's regiment in Denmark, ho ststes that in 162G tho Sojts in tho Danish army persisted in carrying their nati...

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Bachelors' Ball. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 1 March 1892

KacJicIors' BBsiM. Tlie bachelors held a grand ball on Thurs day night, in the Association Hall. Mr. H. E. ' ' Jones kindly allowed the gentlemen tho use of his tasteful hall, aud in response to the invitations sent between forty and fifty couples attendod. The programme was a lengthy ono, comprising 2i' ' items, and was carried out to tho last number. The entire proceedings passed off with singular harmony, and, on the whole, characterised as one of the most successful gatherings of its kiud'yet held in Bowral.' Tlie decorations of tho liall. comlitnmt witfc n.» co3tuine3of the ladies, made the ball equally notice. able from an artistic point of view. Dancing was kept ' up till 2.30 a.m. Amongst tho toilettes wo specially noticed Miss Angus, in cream silk, carrying a pink feather fau, and Miss Clark in black net dreca relieved by white chiffon. Mrs. Jouc3 looked well in black with jet passennentric3 and blue chiffon. ' Mrs. Latchford looked charming in a handtome cream brocade. Mis...

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SPORTING. CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 4 March 1892

SPOUTING. CRICKET. . Owing to the inclemency of tho weather the match arranged for Saturday afternoon on the Show Ground between the FitzroyB aud Warataha did not eventuate. However, tho Waratahn, who rolled up in full forcei were not to ire denied a game, and a scrateh match was played, eides being chosen by Messrs, Jno. Fleeton and W. Murray. Appended are the scores : — Murray's Side. W. Murray, c Garling, b G. Jcffery ... 40 If. Jeffery, b J. Fleetou- ? r .2 J. Lewis, bG.Jeffery ... ... ; 36* A. Jcffery, run out ... ... . ... io W. Cullen, c G. Jeffery, b J, Fleeton... 0 J, Maroney, b G. Jeffery ... .. 3 ' T. Jeffery, not out .;. .. ... 30 Jas. Fleeton, b A. Wightley ... ... 8 J. Buckley, b Arnott ... ? 1 Sundries ... ... ,,.20 Total ... ... ' ..Y ... 156 Fleeton's Side. ' G. Jeffrey, b Cullen ... 9 J. Ficetonc Murray b Fleeton ... ... ID J, Arnott, b H. Jeffrey ... ... 2 .'G. Fleeton, c Jeffrey b Murray ... 8 P. Hoarc, b Jeffrey ... ... ... ? 2 W. Dunn, b Murray ... ... ... 0 rA...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 4 March 1892

Whut IPeopSe Say. 'MRS. A. PREATT, ROWNTREE-ST., BALMAIM. N.S.W., Writes:— Having boon a victim to ad vanced livor disoaso for years, and tr?od all tho medical treatment tho neighbourhood affords, I am only too happy to bear witness to tho wondorful results obtained by tho use of Clomonta Tonic. I havo boon an inmate of tho Balmain Cottago Hospital, and have had tho expexionco and attention uf every doctor in Balraain, being undor thoir troat ment for months, all without tho olightoat benofit. I oufforod with chronic constipation, oomplicatod with an nnal fiotuln, which ron dorod tho notion of tho bownla imposnible without tho ti3o of instrument, anu tho torturing waa unbearablo. I was a maityr to hoadachco, always languid, Jirod, and ox-jcsaivoly weal:, no inclination or ability to movo abaut, and totrlly unabln to do any housework for tho laotutyo yoaro, I coni moncod to uao CIom^ttlTo'Mc, and boforo I was through thu scOn I bpttlo, tho offect waa really marvQlloA | t could oat, w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 4 March 1892

I Magic Lantern En tertiiin- M B N T , MR. COUlA'KN^SMTril, Organising Score, rotary fl/ Uyft'hnrcli of E'glan^Teui|ieraiic0 Society mil gMtf a M/'pWTLANy^H « ENTEIi. TAINMBjNT Ut MplMr k%\\iWZn ITHn tn j/ jSnrch B®, ? In aid of the CotS^Gilomo for Male Inobriatcs.' ADMISSION— Adults, U. ; Children, Od. . WANTED a bright intelligent ladaa Apprehlioe to tho Printing Business. Apply Scrutineer Ofilco, Moss Valo. FOR SALE, Two RUGS— Opposum ami Wal laby ; 23/- oacli. To be seen at Miw. DUNN'S Boarding Establishment, Arcylc-strcet, Mobs Valo. FOR BALE CHEAP, THE POKY STALLION, ' LORD JERSEY,' broken to Saddle, nnd quiot. Apply — THOMAS CON LIN, Bundauoou, or . NICHOLSON BROS., Auctioneers, Sutton ForcBt, ? TO LET in MOSS VALE the Building recently occupied by the Government as a Post-office., Apply for particulars to Mr. I. S. rONDER, E.S. & A.C. Bank, Moss Vale. ? ' TO BUILDERS, TENDERS are invited up to tbo 11th March for ADDITIONS, &c., to the Royal Hotel, Moss Vale. ...

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Road Work Tenders. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 4 March 1892

IISoimI Work Temlers. The tondera for the road works in e Berrima Diatncs wcro opened at tlio Court House, Moss Yale, on Monday, boforo Mr. Seoggio. The following were tho tenders for the various contracts No. 92-1. J. H. Hooda, £530 ; T. M, Ebbupitt, £587 10s. John Hambridge, £387 10a ; T. Thompson, oon., £625 ; M. Murphy, £675- No-92-2. W. Maosey, £88 ; T. M. Ebbupitt, £103 10a. No- 92-3. P. Carroll. £197 l7o 6d. No 92-4. John Norri?, £9P 5a ; W. T. Sawoll, £100; JnmC3 Whitney, £132. No. 92-5, J. G. Norriu, £97 10a j D. and J. Pr^er, £106 15s; John Sewell, £113 2a 6d ; Jnmos Whitney, £124 12a Gd. No. 92-6, R. T. Hayman, £99 10a 7d ; T. M. Ebbupitt £99 15a. No. 92-7, G. Hutchinson £92 10a ; P. Carroli; £98 3a 4d ;B. Wpaiu, £120 5a ; W. Kelly, £124 17s Gd ; G. McAnally, £256 15s, No ?|2-8, W. Kelly, £152 llo ; J. ? Farthing ond H, Nyy. £180 ; n mi Kn 4A * V. Grftlmm. 1 £204 7o 6d ; G. McAnnlly, £25G 15a. No. 92-9, E. J. Hayman, £21 5a ; P. Carroll, £23 2s 6d ; W. T. Sowell, £23 15a;...

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Bowral School of Arts. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 4 March 1892

USowrnl School of Arts. A general meeting of members of the School of Arts was hold on Friday night to coneidor tho advisability of amending tlie rules of the inatitutian. A speciol commit too had been appointed to diaw up a report on the mattor. This had been dono, and tho result of thoir investigations wero sub mitted to tho mooting for discussion. The attendance was only moderate, tho president, Mr. J. L. Campbell, occupying tho chair. Tho amendments suggested wero dis cussed at longth, with the exception of thoso \yhich wero formal. The amendments to tho rules of vital im portance mostly concornod tho voting powers of subscribers, and tho method of oloction of officers. As acceptod, tho rulo re ferring to subscriptions only allows those who pay full foo3 to voto in tho annual elections. Tho officers in future v/ill not be elected by ballot at tho annual mooting. Nomina tions will simply then bo received, and then subsequoutly ballot papers sonfc to all voting subscribers. On the...

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Moss Vale Municipal Council. A LATE SITTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 4 March 1892

Moss ¥alc BaunSijJpJsll (DoiamcIL {Continued from Page 4). THE IJAJL OLTIARAKCES, Aid. McGregor moved thrvt tho Council Cleric bo instructed to write to tho PoatmaBter-Gcnoral to aak that tho time for cloaring tho lotter boxes bo extended from 9 p.m. to 10 p.m., nnd also at 12 noon forafternoon delivery. Ho ooid ho understood that the niRht official at tlio post-oOlco did not ro on duty nntil 10 p.m., bo that tho public mtajjt op well havo tho boncQt of tho extension. Ihero shonld also be a clcaranco at noon for tiw afternoon delivery, and- for tho boneflt of lottcra fioing noutn. Aid. Collcn ncconded tho motion and it wao carried. WANTED A COUNCIL OLERIi. Tho Mayor, rofcrring to tho death of the Council Clork, oaid he thought ifc advisable thoy ohould now dlsoaca on what tormo thoy v/ould advertiao for Borne centtoman to undertake tho duties. i Aid. Adamo ouggeatcd that tlio duticp of Council Clerk and tho funotiono of Iaopcotor of Nutoancou shonld bo coparated. . Tho Mayor oald th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 4 March 1892

£|-fclal Adveir&OoercacirattD. H. RSOIM* MOSS VALE, ? (Tpholaterer, Fronoh Polisher, Piotcira Ii'ramor. t;c. A LARGE Stock of I'uriiitiiro, ftcdntrads and Bedding, Carpets, Mnttinrr, Linoleum, Door Mata, 4c., always 0:1 hand. Spring Roller and V.netUn Blinds, mr.de mid fitted or repaired. ' COMMERCIAL BANKING' COSIPAH Y. -n-ip r3^:r^D::;;rzi^r0 Katablishod 183 1. Incorporated 10' J. Head Ofilco : Gnoiinr. fainr.irr, Svp.'ir.v. ? 0 ? CAPITAL ? ACC0.000 RESERVE run I) ? ;'GV0,C0U RKSEavK ron Eqiiali.iatiox op Dividend.! ? filOO.OOO Money receive;) at Interest and all other uoual Sinking Business transacted. II. 15VERARD ROW, Masaoeu, IIOSS VALE BRAI7CI2. W, CO., EafABLinnrD 1!.53. I:icoiu'oiiati:d 1833. , Nr.X [I ' j' ' ' ? II And t V. ? ? ? . .Hf* - 1 ^ ? 'V v '??'i 1 .??:„JsP^e Agents for PIANOS !-y Stemwny and Sons, yrnoeJnllnn Feurich, Uohcl and Lechlcttcr, Carl « nt t* m '«?'» a iic viciur, 1110 oemng ; ana ior mo -'wmiN' world-renowned ESTEY ORGANS i ami Booocy'o Rrosn B...

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The Late Council Clerk. HIS INTERMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 4 March 1892

TIicDj ate dJoitacil Clerk. HI;! INTERMENT. Shortly before twelve o'clock on Tuesday morning Inst the mortal remains of Charles Salter Payne, clerk to tho Mo^s Valo Council, left his residonco at the Town Hall, being following by several of tho principal citizens* The coflin was constructed from indiginous timber, and bore tho inscription— Charles Salter Payne, Died February 28th, 1892. Aged 56 years, ' Simply to Thy cross I cling ' It was placed in a plain bier with glass 6idcs, and tbo breast plato was obscured with tho floral offer ings of tbe relatives. Tho nrincinal mourners attending the funeral wcro Mrs. Ritchic (daughter of tho deceased), Mr*. S. 13. Radford (daughter), and Mr. Radford (son-in-law), Mrs. Wallaco (daughter) and Mr. Wallace (son-in-law), Charles Payne and Herbeit Payne (sons). Several private conveyances followed tho hcarae to tho cemetery at Bong Bong, and seated in them we noticed Messrs. D. Clifford and \V. Varcoe, Aid, Taylor and tor. Lewis Taylor, Aid. Jo...

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ECHOES. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 4 March 1892

e c mi -n- g §. (By Kanoaloox.) Whew ! . Go ic ye sinners ! There is no mistake that for ' hating each other for the love of God' the average 'church goer' take3 the cake. With him anyone who doea not go to church is a monster, and if we do go to church we get preached at and exposed to the possibilitica of a ' row in the choir.' I dot 't mean to say it'o a good tiling to stop away from church, but I know many good healthy Christiana who do. At Robertson there hn3 been :i levival amongst tho ro lig.oua people during the lnsfc weak or no, which is attributed to tho energy and zeal of the ' Army.' Taking advantage of the revival tho choir goes in for a row, in fact a strike. It doea not matter a 'tinker's bene diction ' to me who plays the organ, but I must say it's deuced bad form to rush into print over a matter oi cnnrcii arrangement which concerns tho local congregation only. By the laws of the Church of England the clergyman in charge of the parish alone Iia3 power to dispense wi...

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ROBERTSON AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. TWELFTH ANNUAL SHOW. LIST OF AWARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 4 March 1892

OODEOTSOn AGRICULTURAL sogietv. TWELFTH ANNUAL SHOW. LIST OF AWAltnS. iho twelfth annual chow of tbo Robortcon Agricultural Society waa opened informally on Wednesday last, and continued through tho following day. Agricultural Sooiolics are so accustomed to lmve their receipts demoralised by ruin that it is- quite pleasant to have to record that on both daya tho weather was nil that could l,o desired. Tho attendance, too, was by no means bad, particularly on Thursday, which wna declared a public holiday throughout tho Bcrrima district, mo result oeing nearly 3(iyo ^croons wero present. On Wednesday morning the happyvalley which derivesits nnuie fromalate popular statesmen was covered with a thick pall oi fog, which looked ns though it would turn to an extremely damp, moist, unpleasant 'Scotch mist,' such as only a whisky-loving Scotchman knows how to enjoy; but by ten o'clock tho fog cleared anil revealed the Australian brightness of the heavens. At times tho atinosphero wis a littl...

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Local News. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 4 March 1892

ILccal Howo. Tuccday last (lot March) v,*ao the period fi^cd for the remission of tho duty of 3d per lb on ten, which will thenceforth como in frco. Mc:aro. Coombs, Jenningo, T.lcICcnnon, Carter and Shepherd have been clcctcd cruntcc? of Mooro v/ollen common (near Marulan) for tho nest three years. Tho Mo:a Vale brnc3 band haa been chorcn out of the tendcro submitted to play nt tho forthcoming show in conncction with tl\o Borcima District A H and I Socicty The clo3c ccncon, prohibiting tho ohooting of birda protcctcd under tho Birdo* Protection Act, haa now terminated, and sportsmen are at liberty to shoot gamo until the 1st September nest. ^ The report of the matron or tho Bcrrima District Cottage Hospital for the month ending February 29, 18D2, is as fcllorro : — Admitted 8, discharged cured 7» discharged relieved 2, died 0, remaining in hospital 3 ^ | E J Travis, tailor, Mo^aVale, wishes to direct tho attention of visitora to tho Bcrrima district show next week that he is prepare...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 4 March 1892

A Funny ©iiame. - A few friends met the other night in a Newtown store to spend a joyial evening, but as they wero all teetotallers and none oi them drank anything stronger tliau Clements Tonic, drunkenness was out of the question. Mac proposed a game at euchre, and Jone3 said they had bettor ploy for something just to givo the gamo an interest and make it lively, but times were hard, so they did not care to play for money. Smith, however, spied a box of Fletcher's bilious and liver pills, and pro posed that each time a nan was beaten ho should tako a pill, and this mdle/Fi gamo lively nnd tho fun was fast nnd furifui1. KUjpson swallowed five, Jones got away withVfo Smith and Hopkins two each and Mac Wo{ off I'cot free. Tho game terminated by a gcnei illlexonAs at 3 a.m., for Dr. Fletcher's pills never (Jib 'jur in\,vain. They aro tho best and mildest pilli ujadc and are sold l)y all chemists nnd druggists 1 verywhero ; being a posi tive, safe and reliable cilre for constipation, li...

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Bundanoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 4 March 1892

H&llllSMlljmOOILjU ('From ottr CorrcnponficntJ 1 Since my last report tho much needed rain h*o | come to hand, nnd has not only filled tanks and I wcllc, but has caused tho grass and crops to put on j their best green, makinj* everything around pleasant to tho eye. By the way this i3 the time visitora should come and seo our many littlo watorfalla ond terrace in the different gullies, which thoy would novcr regret taking tho trouble to do. The building trade has been somewhat retarded on account of the weather, but I notice tho Station (the powera that be) can imagine a family of eight nro going to be stowed away in n building 25ffc. :c 23ft. I do not know, for thoy have neither ctudicd health nor comfort in building such a omall placc. I saw another letter re the Ringwood mine, which, from its purport, will coon bo in working order sgaio, at any rate rato no soon as all tho prelimin aries arc got through, It will mean a big thing for our township. A new aawmill has been sta...

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Unclaimed Letters. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 4 March 1892

{Unclaimed Letters. The following letters have been forwarded from tho local post ofiico to the Dead Lotter offico, Sydney : — Mr Joseph Allen, J. Bowtell, Walter H. Biddell, Mrs Gordcu Campbell, Mrs Carroll, Mr A. Dolphin (2), Mrs F. Deilandes. Mrs James H. Eastwood, Miss S. A. Elvines, Mr. Richard Flook, Mr. W. Graham, R. Gray, Mra Gray, Mra Glasson, Mr Gumano, Samuel W. Gray, John Hands, S. J . Hoa ton, E. Hopkins, Miss Irvin, Miss Rachel Jeffreys, Mrs P. Kelly, Mr G. T. Kennedy, F. C. Lupton, Mr Leonard, Mra A. Merchant, Mr J. Mullen, Mr John Murphy, Mr John Murphy (2), MrT. Nichols, Mrs James O'Brien, Mr ,lohn Kouson, M r M . Rosenthal!, Mr Rowan, T. A. Rcddall, Habdonbal Shake, Miss J. Smith, Mrs F. Smith, Mr John Smith, Mr E. Sweaney, Miss N. Silberberg, Mr Turner, University (2), W. White, Mr T. Wil liams, Mr W. WiEmore, Mr T. Ward, MrW. Wood. Mr Wright, Mrs Vcness (2), Mr Weir Singh, Any of the relations of James Cruikshank.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 4 March 1892

TAYLOR BROS., Moss Vale Stores,' : FOh GROCERIES OF ALL KINDS. TEAS A SPECIALITY. Preserved Meats Sheep and Ox Tongues, Spiced Beef, Corned Beef, Oxford Sausages, Potted Meats of various Brands, Tinned Oys ters, &c., &c. RESERVED. FRUITS: Jims, Jellies, Table Prunes and Cooking Prunes, &c. SHOES i RELISHES; Worcestershire Sauce (Lea & Per rins), Australian Relish, Essence of Anchovy, Mushroom Ketch up, etc. Cheese, Bacon, Eggs, FACT0R1 BUTTER, IPJoiir, ©ratfrnmeaD, IPcaa, DBcaiiDCj, BDmBkc, WOni'att, dDffltf.y? DBam'' 1 Bey. Hiirann, ZPcDllElcn.ii'all, (CBnnfilT, ' JPoifatid&e.y, ©nnQoma, &c. ? TAYLOR - BROS. S3 -a1 ® xi 361 ®, iBEM 6&SH'S£&£ IWWip 1 ;. t°t '' ri MISS 10L0NY : :;f 'DEGS to inform -tho LADIES OF MOSS VALE AND. SURKOUNEING; DISTRICT that sho intends so clear hor LARGE and AVLLL-ASSOR1ED STOOK, consisting of — liHiinBSnacs'y, IL!Bidei'cPol9i&sig. Corsets, BfloBiea'y, (BD®ws, IICresH soiiadi TTa'SMM...

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F. L. Barker & Co.'s Report. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 4 March 1892

P. IL. Eai'Esei? €i (D®.9ii Egcjpoirfi. I Sheepaliino. — Market unchanged, bcot full wooled up to i'i, ccconda 2 to 3i per lb, pclta Cd to 2-ld cach. Hides. — Market firm, prime extra heavic3 to 3J1, ordinary heavieo 2jj to 2J, oloppy heaviea, 2| to 2$, medium 2|] to 2J, beat light 2J to 21, ordinary light Sj to SO. Bark. — MarIcet-.eaoier, Ijcnt southern chopped £7 53 to £B 53, mediuih £i 17o Cd to £6 17o Cd, inferior £2 103 to £4 10.; per ton. Calveo. — Market firmer for primo quality. Pino. — Tho latter end of laot wee!: thp market ruled very firm, hut to day tho supply waa very heavy, resulting in a fall in prices, l'roapcch point to a recovery in the coureo of a week. Porlicro arc worth 4d per ID, bacon pigo 35 (1 per lb. A comraittoo mooting of tho Riflo Club wao bold at Mr. I?. Wotton'o on Friday ovoning (last wcok), whon thoro waro prosont Mosara. R. H. Jorvia (in tho chair), H. Lam. bort, F. Wotton, and W. Jonoa, It waa decided that tho account of L4 15a Gd duo to tho Trooo...

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