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

Pactoiiy Bottuu MAiiKBr. — Tlio Produce ' ESxchuiii^c co-opui'iitos Willi -100.000 citizcns, ???????-'; ?to dispose ot I'nutory uml Daily Kuttui- in ? - : ? Sydney, tlw nuiu-cst nml best market. — ? Ha\YKKS & V ANCH, 9o bUSSUX-Stl'SCt. .1- :? |AplLda ©n. Gir-uEB, , r ? ? 30 YORK STOEET, SYDNEy.'.i- -r.cn-. 1'I^U. ^UVUAMLUU 10»aua it b«« ' 1 - '

Publication Title: Scrutineer, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 4 March 1892

V r ^ci'tttinc^cx*. \ ;.i .1- ?- ?5:;'; ^; xerMS: ' Srbscbtotiok 2/6' 'per qiiarter prepaid ; S/- if booked : charged only'fioin tho tiraq of cojnmenciiij;. Quarters end March HI, Juno. 30, September 30, December 31 , lit which' periods only can aubscrilieri ricclinq by giving a week's notice in writing direct to tU6, office— hot through a 'local Collector— and 'paying' to tho then running quarter. . A n YE KTI.SKM i' NTS- -ot less than one inch, !/. for the first two lines and 3d. per line after ; longer advertisements, 3 /'? for the .first inch and 1/6 for every subsequent inch. A liberal reduction made for standing advertisements. ^ Advertisements o births. mauiages, and deaths, if sent by post, must be authenticated by the signature of some person known at the oflice, or they will not be inserted. Advertisements will be received up to ,6 p.m. on day of publication. The number of insertions eltould be written 011 the face, or the advertise ments will be continued till countermand...

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Kangaroo Valley Show. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 4 March 1892

ffiajig.'U'oo U'alliey SIsow. I ? The abovo show continued on Friday, but unfortunately the weather was not favour able, heavy raiu falling during the greater partot thoforuoou followed by light showers throughout rho (lav. As a consuquonco tho attendanco was small not moro thau J00 porsons boing prosout. lhia untoward oir cuinstauco thus miluatod considorally agamat tlio fioaucial auccesa of tho Show. Howovor, notwithatuuding tho poor attend ance, the competition wa3 lieon iu gentleman's nnu iady a liaclca, lady ndor, tamily buggy horse, and othor classos. Tho Hunting Contest was won by Ml-. II. J. Wunyo'a (who is at prosout residing ut ihrosby Cottage Moss Valo) beautiful lrou groy hunter,' who auocooiled 111 taking the prize rathor easily trow tho other compcutoro. At tho luncheon which was hold on tho 2nd day, tho Prosidont (Mr. Curapbull J.P., proposed tao usual loyal toasts, and Mr. T. Noldon gavo ' Tho Parliauiout ' c jupled with tho uamoa of tho inombots for Cumdou, aud Dr. ...

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

.,1s. Bright, , DDfecase durable ? ) Ph^'^icmna ao a rulo assort that Briglit'a Disouso of ? tho lcidnoyo in incurablo -,, tbat wbilo tompovnry rolioi may bo obtmnod, Eoonor or Intor Cho dmonno will broaU out _ again with, ronor.'od virulonco and tho viotiia jjj- at loiigth oucounilj. . Eocoutly, v?hon it was etatod that c high official fa tho UiutP^~- '..' 7 Statoa was afilictod with Iiright'o Disousf J prominont Now York papor dovotod-y . of ito is3Uoa publialiod tho opinions of 11010. pliyaioiatio iu tho OM AVorld which had boon, . .., cabled to iho noTrspapor. It nppoarod to bo tho opinion of aovorr . Medicos that whilst Bright'a Diaoaco ia oj-..; ti'omoly dnngorouo it can bo oaccossful'.. . ti-oncf-d. Thio iu ivlmt EE. H. Warnor &C..-, propriotoi'B ot Warnor'o ' S.ifo' Ou.o, bay ovor elai.-noQ,.and it is comochat grotifyii»l,--s to find thn't corno doctovo, at loast, do p/ pronounco a mau'o doom nnd frijjhton hi.® to douth as 00011 an if ia known tliat ho kaV. ^1 benn a...

Publication Title: Scrutineer, The
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[?]ittagong Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 8 March 1892

MunielidiB Council. jTho roRulnr fortnightly mooting was hold y' in the Council Chumbors oil Wocluosduy ovoning, March 2ml. Thoro woro jirosont — The Mayor (Aid. Richards) uud Aldormou Mealing, Vilog, Larkin, Dinpor, Snowilen, Dawaon, Mandolson, nnd Middloton. connr.sroNDENCE. From tlio Muuicipnl Association, in roply, intimating that power was givon to tho Council n3 n body to conduct businosa with closed doors, but not to any individual. For this pirposo a voto would havo to bo taken. From Mr. I?. Gilflillon, secretary of tho Mittagong Land Company, in roply to n lotter writton Dy tho Couucil in roforonco to taking ovor tho dam. It statod that sovoral of tho corrections mado in tho transfor by tho Council had boon agrood to by tho Board, but they rosorvod tho right to tako what wator was nocossary for tho working of tho iron minos, nnd thoy also could not agree to repair the banks as dosirod by the Council, Aid. Dawson considered thoy would not hn floin' thnir dutv to thn r.ilnnnv...

Publication Title: Scrutineer, The
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Original [?]try. [?]IFF'S BOOTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 8 March 1892

' . , Oi iBinar^1010 ^jflFPS BOOTS. well-worn bcots, on the dining room floor, And two little socks beside them, f Suggost many thouglits of tho small feet they bore, Wherever then* owner might guide them. Into how many nuaclucvous paths have they led! Into how nnny uusohiovotn notions? And what worn the thought* in that wue littlo head, V\ hen mischtcf displayed its attractions ? How of., have tlicy toddled upstairs and then down, To play for a while iu tho ashes , With fnoo nil besmeared, and hands dirty and brown, As into a large heap she dashes, , - ' Then straight to tho water, assaying.in vain, Too dirt from her lingers to sever, Then smilingly trotting tipUuira oneo again, But looking ttnre grtt -by than ever. Now running through every room in tho honso, 'With noisy disturbance nnd chatter, Now or. the verandah, dcinnrc ns a mouse, And scarcely a faint pittor*patter, Now splashing the water that's left iu the bath, Then swift as her footsteps-can travel, ' Out into tho garden...

Publication Title: Scrutineer, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 8 March 1892

Mr. Ooghlan, tho Governraont 8tntistioinu-. mtimntas that on tho 31st Docomhor, ' tho I population of Now South Wales was 1 ,IG5,3G6 ; of Victoria, l,lo7,8C4; of Now Zoalund, 07 5,770 ; of Queensland, 410,340 j of Suiith Australia, 317,770; of Wostom Australia, 53,28 ) ; nnd of Tasmania, 152,010, Tli'su figures show tho total population cf Australasia ou that duto to havo booa 3,832 005. ThoL)tihot Ministry inlonds to maintain tho concordat botwoon tho Ropubliaan Government and tho Vatican. It has re coivod a voto of confidence in tho Ohambor of Deputies. 1 It is nnnouncorl that a numbor of Gorman newspapers aro to bo prosocuted for common tint; upou tho rocont anoouh of tho Emperor William. Fresh wator has boon struck iu an arlosian boro nt Thnrsninindnh, nt a depth of 1100ft. A .young Englishman nam-^d Poel lias won £18,000 at Monto Carlo. Factory IlDTrmt Makkkt — Tliri Produce Exchange co-operate? with 100,000 citizens, to dispose of Factory nnd Diiry Butter, in Sydney, tlio near...

Publication Title: Scrutineer, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 8 March 1892

*=» =? ? Ml ? ? XTT ANTED a bright intelligent lad as Apprentice V I to tho Printing Business. Apply Scrutineer Office, Mobs Vnlo. | WATTcnnivnAii&nKr©, &-©. I WANTED /.ja ojjtUooil APPRENTICE to the Wntchl. hyng J3ur nop. A rare ohanco for an intojngcr 7 yout I fe lifng to learn the trcdo praciically/nd-iliorouf'^y. Apply — rr j. d. CbivrA, opp. Post-officc, ArgjJc-atrcct, Mosa Valo. L9ST- A WILL tho Peroon VM o/£imX cWd'o BLACIC H&T, botweJiMSr. SWil'3'0 and M033 Valo kindly leavo it \\t tho Office o| thio paper. TO LET m- MOSS VALE tlio Building icccntly occupied by tho Government no a Post-oflico. Apply for particulars to Mb. I. S. PONDER, E.S. tz A.C. B.-.nl-, Moss Vale, -£20 Reward if 'Stolen and - £2 if Strayed. LOST or STOLEN, from Kcnmoro Paddock, Ton (10) PAT BULLOCKS, branded E C nnd other brands. Information lending to the conviotion of tho offenders ,vill recuivo tlio above reward. EbWARD CARTER, Golden Valo. February 21th, IGD2. Magic Lantern En...

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FOLLY BROS.' PRICE-LIST [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 8 March 1892

FOLEY BROS.' PIUOH.t.tst ? Sydney, March 5th £ a d £ a d Butter, Factory, per lb ... 0 0 10 to 0 10 Butter, Dairy ? 0 0 8 0 0 9 iiacou, hand-cured OA (U 0 0 7* 9,hce3e , ? o 0 34 O O 44 Eggs, per doz ? 0 14 0 16 Pigs, par lb ... ... .... 0-0 4 .. 0 0 44 , Calves, each ... ? 0 8 O - 15 0 Honey, pp^., ... ... o 0 3J 0 O 4 Fowls, per Wifo ... .... o 3 0 0 ' 3 '8 -r Duoks ,v- .:. ... 0 3 0 0 3 '» gcoso ... ... ... 0 5 0 0 6 0' Turkeys. 0 7 0 0 10 9 Maize, per bus. ... 0 2 3 0 2 8:' XV^ , ? 0 0 0 ? 0 - a 0 ' Oats, feed ... . ... .020 029 Barley, Capo ... 0 0 0 O'O 0' Blour, per ton ... 19 10 0 IS 0 0 Hay, luoeruo ... 3 q \0 g jo 0 ?

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NOTES BY THE WAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 8 March 1892

NOTES BY THE WAY. A Bowral paper gives a pathetic extract from « letter written by ii local genius, tlio aforesaid cpietlo hiving been composed for practice under the supei vision of the school master. Amongst other things tho letter states tlmt Joseph Rumble ' fell on soine stones and got drowned.' This settles the .»?, uiitc. iut: ou[j«rior ruunc School must be nt Down]. # ~ Poor Joseph Buinblo ! It will be a consolation to the survivors to think that from such a watery grave his soul may go ' rumbling ' on. Brass bands have always been noted for having large appetites. Mittngong has got a baud, though I would not for a moment insinuate that its members have a greater stowage capacity than any other brass bands in the community, including liowrnl and AIos3 Vale. But the Mr. Dawson who wrote to the committee of the Derrinm District A., H. and I Sociely tendering the services ot the Mittagong musicians ot the rate of £12 for two days was, tosay the very least of it, indiscreet in st...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 8 March 1892

'h0 1)0311 medicine known is SANDEtt and SONS EUCALYPTI EXTRACT. Test iS eminently powerful effects in coughs, ccldo, in! nuonza ; tho relief is instantonous. In scrionn oases and accidents of all kinds, bo thoy woundn burns, jcaldmgs, bruises, sprains it is the caW remedy-no swelling-no inflammation. Lit* oupnsing effects produced in croup, diphthfSrT bronchitis inflammation of the Jungs. swellK ^o., diarrhaia, dycentry, diseases of tho kidnevs and urinary organs. In use at hospitals aud Ssall over the world; patronised by His Majesty the King of Italy 5 crowned with medal and diploma tic Iutcrnaitonal Exhibition, Amsterdam. Trust fn an approved articloand rojcot all others. Piiotooiiapijv.— Mr. Sibert, tho well-known photographer, whose reputation for over thTrfcv years has established him a favorite, is no v at Bowral, where ho has erected, at great cvn™! » studio, which will enable him to turn out work superior to anything in tho district. Evervbo.lv is invited to Ins studio to'...

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Where is that Party Now? SIR HENRY PARKES' REPLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 8 March 1892

Where Is tinat IPjwJy ETow? SIR HENRY PARKES' REPLY. Sir Henry Parkes has contributed to the Con. temporary Kn;cw an artide in which he very can uidly expresses his opinion upon 'The Labour S°rlf ' ^alc9'' ^st partoMt was 1 ittcn 111 July and tho last part in Deccm ( bu , and it is amusing to contrast the views enter tained by the lato Premier at these two periods' He points out that not one of the 30 labour renre'. sentatnes has 3 record of service except in con . 'im uuiats ana trades-unionism. TCn evidence of public service or of ability was re quired to secure their return, but the man sue cecded best who had visibly done least to enUUo him _ to such a reward. Nevertheless, ' 'tho old Parliamentary hand, ' admits that in tho earlv stages of the session many of tho labour partv showed good capacity for Parliamentary w'k speaking pointedly and torscly, and seldom he' coming prolix or pretentious. On the whole ho cl'e order mwl' Wu',iah otarte-1 iu ™ch o.owly y'clded to the ZL^' ?C...

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Kiama Agricultural Society. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 8 March 1892

U&iaiiiiiL Agricultural Society. Tho annual meeting of the Iviama Agricultural Society was held in the council chambers last Thursday nigl t, Mr. C. W. Craig, Mayor of the borough of Kiania, presiding. The attendance of members was much larger than at the previous annual meeting. A satisfactory report of the pro ceedings of the retiring committee during the past vear was presented ami adopted unanimously. The treasurer's statement showed that the expenditure was over £2000 for the year, and the income between £1003 and £ll(X). The statement was unanimously adopted. Messrs. W. Stewart and W. M. Colley were elected auditors for the current year. On the motion of Mr. T. Brown, J.P., seconded by Mr. S. Major, a voto of thanks was passed to the retiring committeee for their satis factory conduct of the sooiety's operations during the past year. Ihe chairman acknowledged the compliment. The chairman, who, in the absence of the president, had also acted as returning officer, announ...

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Cricketer's Ball at Bundanoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 8 March 1892

Oricketer's UBiiDi IBiiaidiiuooii. A ball was given by tho crickcters of Bundanoon on the evening of the 2nd inst. in the large room adjoining Mr. Wilson's residence, and was kept up till daylight had almost appeared. There were present about seventeen couples, among whom a large proportion hailed from Sutton Forest, these being undeterred by the badness of the weather iroin venturing forth. Their courage however was well repaid, for a more enjoyable night has rarely been ppent in Bundanoon. The room presented a neat appearance, being tastefully decorated with fla^s aud ferns— the former, with a number of Chinese lanterns, being kindly lent for the purpose by Mr. Slattcr. Mr. G. Cloutt made an oxcellent Master of Ceremonies, while Mr. Pat Larkin sup. plied music to everybody's satisfaction. The cater ing was iu the hands of Mrs. Morrison, and needless f w,?Vve.!! carric(1 out- As to who was belle ot the ball I will not venture to say, but several wero very tastefully dressed, among ...

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Bowral Police Court. FRIDAY, MARCH 4TH. Before Messrs. F. R. Wilshire, P.M., and T. Dawson, J.P. SMALL DEBTS COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 8 March 1892

DBownnfl IPoBIice (Court. I Fjuday, Makcii 4tii Beforo Messrs. F. R. Wilahire, P.M., and T. Dawson, J, P. SMALL DEBTS COURT. C. A. Sihert v. L. J. Marks, claim for £2 5s work and labor done and supplied. Defendant raised tho objection that he was not a resident of the district, aud that the court had 110 jurisdiction. The Bench overruled the objection, and gavo a verdict for the full amount claimed and 17s* costs on the grounds that the defendant was residing at a boarding-house in Bowral at tho time tho debt was contracted. Rico V. Clayton. Claim for £6 10s OdJ, foods sold. Verdict for full amount and costs. Same v. Want. Claim for £2 10s 3J, goods cold and dolivered. Verdict for full amount and costs. Same v. Holland. Claim for £2 10sGd, goods sold. Verdict for full amount and eosts. 1 Same v. .McGaulley. Claim for £8 3s 3, goods sold. Verdict for full amount aud costs. Same v, Webster. Claim for £1 7s 0d, goods sold. Defendant paid amount of claim into court. Verdict for 123 cost...

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CRICKET. OUR BOYS (Mittagong) v. FITZROYS (Moss Vale). [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 8 March 1892

CRICKET. Ouk Boys (Mittigong) v. Fitzroys (Moss Vale). The abovo teams met for tlm first time , this season on the Show Ground on Saturday nftcrnoon last, the game resulting iu a win for the visitors by three wickcts. I. Cullen captnincd the local men and R. Flook the visitors. Winning tlio toss, Cullen elected to send his men Io bat, and they wcro all disposed of for 93 runs — the last four wickets falling witlmit any additional scoro being made. Tho Xlittigiinj'ites then went in, and when stumps went drawn hud only lost soven wickcts for . 103 runs. For the winners Murray (15), Howling 1*20), and Walker (30) batted best ; whiln Galling (31) and Vernard (20) scored best. Appended arc scorrs : — Fitzroys. T. Culoy, b Dowling ... ... 1- ... H. Girling, b Rush ... ... ... 31 H. Richardson, h Rush... ? 8 Jones, c'C. Dowling, b J. Dowling ... 7 . Vernard, b T. Dowling... ... ... 20 W. Cullen, run out, b J. Dowliug 2 A. McCarthy, b R. j-uwaby .„ ' 4 J. Arnott, h o w, b Murray ... 5 F. Du...

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Robertson. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 8 March 1892

flSofocfftson. (From qui* Co? respondent J On Friday eveniug last nt Shellharbor, a farewell was tendered to Mr. and Mrs. Humphrey Dunater, prior to their departure for the Hunter district. Addresses were delivered by Messrs W. Moles, J. Hicks,, J. Armstrong, J. James, and J. East. Mr. Dunster was presented with an address and Mrs. Dnnsler with a largo marble clock. The family arc well Known 111 this district, Having rcsiucu iicrc come years ago. We have been asked by Mr. Scery to state that the Bcrrima District Company last week disposed of all their butter at lid. We understand Mr. Secry is managing the company during Mr. Aitkcns illness. During tho two day of the show, £80 w«s taken at the gates, ail increase of £16 over last year, i When prized and expenses arc paid it is considered tl.e^ society's overdraft will not be very large. Owing to Moss Vale show falling on the night of meeting it has been postponed till the following

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SHOWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 8 March 1892

snows. ? Bcrrima District .Show, Thursday, Friday, -and Saturdao, March 10, 11, and. 12. ( , . Crooluvill P. aud A. Association, March, 10th an 1 1 1 . ' Goulbiirii AgiicuUural Socicty, March 24 and 25.

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Burrawang Rifle Company. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 8 March 1892

...BShitjvwjiu'j; 2i*51c (Dtnniniuy . Appended, nro t're scorcs mndq in connec* --:-v tiotv willi tlio fourth aninui! courso of ?' v'i muskotry.of tlio Durr.nvniiK Roservo Rifle M Conipupy. Tlicro ure 15 marksmen, 14 first -ji^^ j clnss, 5 second cIhss. and tv;r third class ? -sliulp, uhilo thnii! olhur nif.-nibf-rs \vere£'l ?' linisliml Trciisuror Ilnylcr whs top scoiv^s.' with 177 points,, mid ij tiicrcfnru outilloc^s tlio Grow it bndgft. .Stall' Color-Scrguiu. jU~.v.~ Sullivan conducted tho coursc : — V ' o o o § o' g h Kamp. .: £ ° -? ^ J'-.'; .g ' ' ? ! .y: Mai:kh.M'.:.s\ ? s. lin'ytsr ... :n :i2 ::-- an :ii 27 177m -fa;-/ ? \V. li Ruil0'c ,11) 21 2) IS ,0 -l- Ki7 u JJr r- I'.llicitt 31 U J') 2 1 11 17 103m - J; Ciiitio ' ... ni 25 24 SO 21 ]0»H «(!? A.- K: D. Yoiiko 29 23 2(1 21 HI 22 - lUOu S^,-, . Ciptitn I Allui 2*3 20 24 2') 2fi 21 l'-7st . J.ihV ISIliott .,. 28 27' Hi '28 25 16 'lofiatC0 II. Bunt... '..V '27 29 25 :10 :)2 24 ' lfBit V 'WW M. J. Scery ... 29 .!.- 2s 24 17 ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 8 March 1892

^Itc'Sauitinecv. : ...TERMS: . StTBSCRirrioy. 2/6 : tier quarter prepaid ) 8/- if. hooked ; chttrgcdonly from tlio time of commencinjj. Quarters: end' March 31, Juno 30, Septomher 30, ., Decemhcr 31, fit which pi-rimls only can mibsoribur* decline by giving a week's notice in writing diroot to the office— not thrnngh n local collector— and paying -to tho then running quarter. ; . - ' ? Advertisements— of ieas-'tlian one inch, 1/- for the first two lineS' and 3.1.-per lino lifter i' longer advertisements, 3/- for the first inch ? and 1/6 for every subscquent-.ineh. A liberal rednotion niado fer standing advertisements.' Advcrtiiements o births, matriages, and deaths; if sent bypos,t, must he authenticated by tho signature ot some , person known at tho office, 'or they will not be inserted. Advertisements will he received up to G'p.m. on day of publication. Tho number of insertions should bo written on tho face, or tho advertise ments will be eoniinneil till countermanded. Orders for ...

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