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

Sl'crfal jMverfflDcrmaiD HOicMiiirar MOBS V ^ LE, Upholsterer, French Polisher, Piclaro . Fmmor C: c. A LARGE Stock of Furniture, JJciIatcrula anil Bedding, Carpets, Matting, Linoleum, Door Unto, &C-, always on hand, Spring Holler and Venetian Blinds, made and fitted or repaired. COHERCIM BANKING COMPANY. -n-rp azxm'CT, ?Established 1831. Incorporated 1.14S. Head OOcO : Gnouor. Struct, Syiini.y. ? o ? CAPITAL ? 'GOO, 000 RESERVE FUITD ? 3G70.000 RrautiVE ion Eqramhatios of Divmr.sns ? £150i000 Monoy rcccivo:l at Interest and all other usual Banking Business transacted. K. KVKRARD ROW, .MAN.iliF.lt, _ ? HOSG VALE CRAIICI-I. W, H, PALING & CO., 2&ijirj2ic'n?i3ns). EsTAnuauRi) 1853. I.sconroRATHD 18S3. WccJmp. f I fa ? , _ w~ I I m ^A1»pn 1 i ' A' fovm ^ __ ssrIL pi .ir —j j % ' *A- ~ ' 4l|if _ -3 Pan-\-Ve Agcnta for PIANOS by Steinway and Sons, Julino Feurieh, Uebcl and Lechleitcr, Carl * Kcko, Tho Victor, The Bulling ; and for tho world-renowned ESTKY ORGANS a...

Publication Title: Scrutineer, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Judging Butter Blindfold. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 8 March 1892

Judging Butter fitliadfold. The Jamboroo corrosponilont of the ' Ktauia Iudopontlont ' says nn incident in tho lute show is worthy of rocord, as it ex hibits in u romarkablo nuinnor the sound jmlgmont of a ceutloinnn who h is long been rogardod as ono of tho foremost -dairymen whom the district has produced. At tha judues' luuclioon Mr. Uonry iroaericHs re marked that tho judges in tlio dairy section -- had takou two hours to do what might have been douo in much shortor time; for he . behoved lie could pick out tho first and sccond best samples in a low mmuto.», and a brother conmiitteo-niau laid a u-ayor o£ ton to oae that Mr. Fredericks would bo uuublo to do bo. Tho wujjor was tnltun up, and in u fow Beconde, in tho prouoneo ot oihor members of . the oommittoo, Air. hrodoncka, blindtclded, . pickod out the two ko^s tnut had been' nwardod first and sficoud prizos by tho judges. Mr. Fredericks was an exhibitor in this section j so although he won the wagor, homu.sC admit that howas ...

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EVENTS TO COME: ATHLETIC SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 8 March 1892

EVENTS TO COME : ATHLETIC srOKTM. Catholic Church Ammal Demonstration, Show Ground, Easter Monday. Sports at Buuilauoon on Queen's Birthday.

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

SPORTING. [Secretaries and other known rciiitenti of the different localities in which uports occur will oblige b;/ sending un pirticulars as early a* vossible after tho sncral events.']

Publication Title: Scrutineer, The
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Crown Lands Sale. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 8 March 1892

Crown Eiamids Sale. I | The following country lots will bo offered for sale at theLando Office, Moss Vale, on Wednesday the 27th April, viz. Situation : About 25 milco south-westerly from Moss Vale, near Morrice's Siding, fronting a 1-chaiu road along tho north side of the Great Southern Railway line near the llJth mi'c post, and adjoining John Hatter's conditional purchase portion ol on tlic west ; area, SJa. Ir. d;jp. ; county Camden ; parish Wingcllo ; upset price per acre, £2. Situation : About 2-i miles south westetly from Moss Va'c, fronting the couth side of the road from Goulburn to Wingcllo. adjoining G. Gardinc-'s conditional purchase portion 8 on the cast, and lying about 1 milo oonth-cast from Morrice's Siiling on the Great Southern Railway; area, 40.*. Ir. ; county Camden, parish Wingcllo; upset price per aero, £1 10s. Tho above land is within the Argyle, Camden, and King Gold-field, and the term* arc 23 per cent, deposit, and the balance iu three months.

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

I71NTRI1CS for tluyTng-of- Wrr in conncction with IA tho Bcrrima IjUstnc? A.,\ H. and I. Socicty ?will bo extended iirtu afton (lie?* delivery of tho first mail on Friday/ 4\ \ J j)a\ IES YEO, ^ tfon. 3po. EH®OS WAILE Association. OWING to ^Md^TiTeXT boing a I'ubllo ! Holiday, -1110 STOKES in Moss Valo will bo OPENED all Say WpWlay and CLOSED on Friday, -6. LbE, Hou. Secretary.

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Logically False and Practically Dangerous. (To the Editor). [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 8 March 1892

fliOgicmllly Fills b nmll IPntcMcnHIly ©aMgcroius. ( To tlio EMM, Such is tho description which more than ono lending publio man, identified with the party of progreoo in Yiotoria, hao given of tho One man ono voto principle, and that' definition io boinjj ondorood by the great body of doctors, farmers, and independent working men throughout the colony. Surely an olectoral system which, as in Now South Wales, admits of tho return of a number of Inbor representatives cannot bo go imperfect as allegod by those who aro olamouring for what io revolution rathor than roform, and tho roal quoatiou at issue is whethor tho voto of tho induotrial olasooo shall be swamped by that of tho idlo, shriftlees, and criminal claGaoo, Abolish the plural voto if you will, but do Dot say that tho habitual thief or oundownor shall havo a vote. Tho argumont of tho National Aoaooiation in favour of a voto for thrift io oppoGtid not because its oppononts think it unfair, but bocauso thoy know that it would s...

Publication Title: Scrutineer, The
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The Suicide of a Bowral Billiard Marker. INQUEST AND VERDICT. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 8 March 1892

The Suicide of a iBov/rsil EBSIMiird Msirlscr. INQUEST AND VERDICT. George DunBton, the billiard marker who shot himself o:i the 22nd of hist month died in the Ber riina District Cottacc Hospital on Wednesday night last from the cffecU of the wound. | An inquest was held on Thursday afternoon at the Cottage Hospital before Mr. Coroner Badgcry. The following jury were sworn in : — Messrs. G. S. Becby (foreman), H. B. Bond, H. L. Davis, J. Rowlands, J. Heaven, A. Tournay, C. Stokes, W. Stokes, 3. Vial, A. Bryant, and J. Radford. The jury having viewed the body, the following evidence was taken : — William Charker deposed that he was the licensee of tho Imperial Hotel, Bowral. The deceased re sided there six months as a boarder, and acted af- a billiard marker from January last. He drank pretty frcvdy, but did not touch truch liquor on the day of his shooting himself. He shot himoelf on Monday, 22ud ultimo. A young man asked him (witness) for the key of the billiard room ; he told him ...

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

UScDlbepfEidDim .figjrSciiaiittupcsIl SEnow. Appended is a rccord of tlio awards ncccs3.iry to complete our list of last week, and which \vc were not able to complete then owin{; to the early hour of going to press : — Sectio.v 1 — HORSES. SPECIALS. Lady rider, who lias never taken a prize — Miss O'Mara 1, Miss S. White 2. Best Lady's riding outfit— Miss Morrison 1, Miss Jones h o 15est girl rider, under II years — Miss Morrison 1 Best uoy rider, under 14 years— O'Mara 1, V. Johnstone 2 Beat trotter ia harness (about one mile)— R Cliit tock 1, J. Brooker 2 Trotter in saddle (about 1 mile)— R Chittock I Best foal by Middlesex — J D Wood 1 Best weight-carrying hackney, to carry not less than 12 atone — McClelland I Best turn out (horse, harness and buggy)— C Monic 1, XV McKcnzio 2 BLOOD, Stallion, 3 years and over : Hindmarsh Bros, 1, 10. flethcringion 2. Entire colt, ono year and under two years : P. Flitcroft 1, T. O'Sullivan 2 Mare, three years anil over: P. Flitcroft 1, 8. Mayor 2...

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Berrima District A., H. and I. Society. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 8 March 1892

fficrtrinm District A., BO. mull II. Socflety. A meeting of tho committco of this society was held on the Show Ground last Saturday afternoon, there being present — The Hon. John Lackey (Pre sident), Mcr3ro. T. Secry, W. Morricc, J. A. Bad gery, C. L. Nicholson, A. B. Young, J. R. Scroggin, H. Taylor. E. Williams, Dr. Barcroft, and the secretary (Mr. Yeo) A notification was received from the Under Secretary (Mr. Critchett Walker) to the effect Mine mc sum ui io.r* i/«- uu uu\ cruiuuub uuusmy on the pro rata scale had been passed to be placcd to the crcdit of the Society in tho Commercial Bank, ' if the committee had no objection.' Mr. Badgcry : No objection, ccrtainly. (Laugh, tcr.) Communication to be acknowledged. A telegram was mad from the Under-Secretary drawing attention to tho announcement in the Goirnwiait Qazrtlc to the cffcct tlmt Friday, the 1 1 th iustant, had been proclaimed a public holiday throughout the Bcrrima district. A letter wan read from Mr. W. J. Lyne, the Min...

Publication Title: Scrutineer, The
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London County Council Elections. VICTORY FOR THE LIBERALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 8 March 1892

ILoncHon Coimfiy (DomciiD C3Dccfcions. | VICTORY FOR THE LIBERALS. London, Sunday. — The electi n of 118 councillors to the Loudon County Council tool: placo yesterdny. The elections were keenly contested and oi'eatud intense excite ment. The Conservatives had a considerable advantage in the number of vehicles cm The entire press of London yesterday made vehement appeals to the electors on bntli sides with a view to insuring comple'c polls. At the former elections 70 Liberals (or Progressionists) and -IS Conservatives (or Moderates) were returned, and the bye elections have slightly favored tho Conser vatives. Of the candidates who have boen elected during the present election 77 are Liberals and 31 Conservatives, and the results of the polling in four districts have not yet been declared. The Liberal members include 10 labor representatives. Lord Rosebery and Lord Carrington topped tho polls in their constituencies. The Observer says that the result of the elections is a clear verd...

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Plague of Crickets. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 8 March 1892

E'l'i^iic of (Crickets. Tho Department of Agriculturo has rocoived from nearly overy district of tho colony reports of a plaguo of crickets which havo boon causing considorablo damage to orohards by removing tho bark not only from tho lowor parts of fruit trees but also from tho higher branohos, and thus destroy ing many of tnom. Somo vineyards have linnn nonRidarnhlv damacrod. and ono ronort stated that tho orickots had, in largo num bers, attacked fruit stored in a building. Tho specimsns sont into tho Department have been identified as true ground criokots, Gryllus Sorvilloi Liu d. For the protection of fruit troes it is suggested that a strip of smooth, bright tin, 4 or 5 incho3 wide, tacked round a smooth treo would be an excollout method to piovent crickets from gaining tho foliago. In tho caso of troes with rough ti links, a piece of ropo mi^ht be taokod round tho tree and tho tin fastened to it so as to leavo a portion both nbove and below. Any passages or holos that may be ...

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Suspension of the Mercantile Bank of Australia. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 8 March 1892

Suspension off the TvHercniitSle BS»nk I off AMstralisi. Melbourne, Sundny. — A great deal of surprise \ has been cauccd by the temporary suspension of payment by tho Metcantile Bank of Australia, . Limited, end during the pant four montl.o over ! £200,000 has been withdrawn from tho bank, and / many aharoholrtcro have sold their shares since the mcetiog which was held a couple of weeks ago. The directors closed the doors to protcot the general ; body of depositors. The assets are equal to the I payment of 2Gs iu the £ when fully realised. The i position oi the hank will be fully discussed at a meeting to he h-ld on Monday fortnight. It is thought that liquidation will be decided upin. On Friday the position of the institution wa3 placcd before the manigero of the associated banks, with the hope that it might be to the interest of the latter to render such assistance as would avoid tin pension. After mature consideration, in v;hioh the existing difficulties of 'die situation were fn...

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Local News. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 8 March 1892

DiOcaS Ncwd. The entriea in the Bcrrima District A., H. and I. Society'6 Show total closo upon 2,000 and the prize money amoun 0 to about £-100. We learn from Mr. Gale that the Hon. R. E. O'Connor, the Minister for Justice, has purchased twenty-two and a half ncrc3 of Thro3hy Pari; estate with a view to ercoting a country residence. It will bo noted from our advertising coluins that tho committee of the sports fca have been held at P..n,1n,.nAnnn Kn,-„ mnof „ono,o„nl,t decided to postpone them — in defereneo to the wishes of the coinmittccof the R. C. Church sports to be held at Mo:i Valo on that day — until Queen's Birthday, 2-ltli May. It i3 to be hoped that for this fair-spirited net our Bundanoon friendo will bo allowed a elcar day for the 2-ltli May anil rcceivc generous support. Mr. Wil.son, the local black smith, io the secretary of the movement which ia a guarantee that the sports will be carricd out in a manner which will give satisfaction to nil. Mrn. E. Catson Fisher, of ...

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Local News. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 11 March 1892

?S liOCllI News. , Aessrs. J. G. Morris nnd Co. report tlio sale of a assortment of pigs on Saturday last at eatb ioij prices. ,Jlr. \V. Dunn, pupil tcacher at Sutton Forest 3 hool, was successful in passing in class 1 at tlio - ??r^aminatiou held in Bowral in December last. The Bowral hilliard»inarkcr (Dnnotan) who ir recently committed ouicido was duly interred in the Wcsleyan cemetery hy Mr W. Allcrdicc on Satur . day afternoon. Undei the sanctiou of the Attorney Go.ncr.il, Mr. J. L- Campbell in conducting an Art Union at - 'Bowral for three valuable water color paintings by Neville Cayloy.an artistof considerable roputatnm. Rev. T. Watson prcachcd a farewell sermon at Kfc Simon's and St Jude'«, Bowral, on Sunday l ist. Tho Rev. ecntleman has been staying at Bowral for tho paot four months*. In our advertising columns to-day tenders arc . invited by the Governor of Berrima gaol for the cartnuc of prisoners to and from Mnsa Vale, and also for the purchase of refuse food at the gao...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 11 March 1892

?? Sensational.' How ' an Ameuioan Discovery iua ; AttakekeiI Europe. Tiie credit is due to a Citizen op the United States, but the heskfits are MMKKI- BY Tlin ENURE WORLD. ' Considerable excitement exists among Physicians in Europe as to the nature of the most dangerous of all modern diseases, nnulwhcthcr it can be cured. Ten years ago, Briglit's Disease of tho Kidneys was pronotiflped ire/irablc\liy almost tho entire medical faciQy. Jo-day, liW of them aro in doubt, and rifflj-lAUl the mbt advanced declare, that it not offlw can bo. regulated, but absolutely CUHiL'h aItho£-j!ie3 have\ar'Xtep3 to ascertain ' the oxaotva'icws of thfl/ltiadJiig physicians of Europo on tho subject, anil ottyieW their opinions, condensed, are given herewith:— \ Sir Morrcll Mackenzie, one of tlio leading phy sicians of England; said : — ' I .would sa^ , generally that llriulit's Disease is curable, bat tho man or woman who is troubled with it must be careful o every action, almost of every thought.' Dr,...

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The Charge against a Bowral Publican. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 11 March 1892

Tlio (DEnargc 'r^iiGasf. '.i EBowraal ! IPtaMjcsMii. I Wm. Charker, liccusi-c of the Imperial Hotel, Bowral, was chargcd on remand baioro the Berrima District Licensing Bench at the Mo3s Valo court* 'house on -Tuesday last, with having wilfully refuged admittance to tho police to his bar parlor on the 21st of February. Tho magistrates on the bench were Mcssrr. «T. A. Badgery, and C. L. Nichonloo. Theinformation was laid by Senior-Strgt Fowler, Mr, Roberts, or byaney, who appeared for Cholkcr, took an objection to the wording of the summons, which he contended disclosed no offence under the Publicans' Liceutes Act. His client was chargcd with refusing entrance to tlio bar parlor. It was the first time within his experience that he hid heard such achargo preferred against apublican, i Mr. Wilshirc : Tho information is printed under a clausc of the Act. Mr. Roberts : That is a matter of no moment; but I will point out that you cannot exercise juris diction where no offence is disclosed...

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Bowral to Robertson Railway. OPPOSED BY THE WATER SUPPLY AND SEWERAGE BOARD. AN ALTERNATIVE ROUTE WANTED. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 11 March 1892

Bowral to Robertson Railway- 1 ' Opposed b£ the Water Botfly X.nd Sewerage Boahd. - An AlThrnative Route Wanted. Tho president of tho Water Supply and Scwcrn-?o Board {Mr. T. Rowo) li.i.i reported on tlio catclimcnt area in reference to a report forwarded to tlio Board by the engineer for water oupply re tho deputation which waited on thq Miniotcr for Works requesting that a railway bo mado from Bop ml to Robertoon. The engineer otatcd that if the railway van carricd out it would bo detriments to tlio purity of the water from tho Bonrd'o catchment area. Tho presi dent therefore directed tho ongineer and Banger Rotton to accompany him over tho probable route of uticli railway with tlio object in view of deciding whether and to what extent ducIi railway would affect tho water on the eatchmcnt area and also to learn from a personal vinii whether any present pol lution oxiatca. Ho loft Bowral at 8 a.m. on the 12th ult., and proceeded along what ia I;nown as the tipper road, which runs f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 11 March 1892

£?Hn©w CEtoaunnnc], 'WoD©, ft fCBtelESI \JJILL sell f by /fiction in tlA MAVILLION VV TO-MG3KOW (Saturday) I AKJERNOON A lnrgo quantity of PriA^ 'otil-lcs, Fruit, Bacon, Hains, &c. J* \l I TERMS CASH. ^ Quarterly Licensing* Courj-. NOTICE ia hMyygiw/ tliattlicj QUARTERLY M EETINt -| of/Jiu BPKftlal DISTRICT LICENSING CO-J'Hfr will t mirt, in tlio COURT HOUSE, Moss V /lc, onAVllDKEiSpAY, tho 6th of AP1UL luxt.^r. eleven o'cIock in the forenoon, for tho consMerat^f^l Publicans and other Licenses. -All apnncatffois must be lodged with ( the Licensing Clerfc fourteen clear days before the date las t mentionc -t. J/kFGINALD SCROGGIB, C.P.S. I Court HotiRR,- . Moos Valo, lQth March, 1892.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 11 March 1892

^ c??^dinburgh House. WA'NTED a bright intelligent lad as Apprentice to the Printing Business. Apply Scrutineer Office, Moss Vale. WATTcbnnEL&nsiiEr©, &--c. WANTED an outdoor APPRENTICE to the Watchmaking Business. A rare chance for an intelligent youth wishing to learn the trade practically aud thoroughly. Apply — J. D. CETTA, Opp. Post-office, Argyle-street, Mos3 Valo. TO LET in MOSS VALE tho Building lecently occupied by the Government as a Post-office. Apply for particulars to Mr. I. S. PONDER, E.S. & A.C. Bank, Moss Vale. MUSS VALE SCHOOL OF ARTS.. —A GKAND— Y00 AL AND INSTRUMENTAL CONCERT, WILL BE GiyES IK THE (CcntcnnSal DUtaHl, Dil®ss Wra5e, FRIDAY, lira MARCH (Sf.coxd Njhut ov The Show), In aid of tho Funds of tho above Institution. First-class Programme. Syduey and Local Talent. BOX PLAN at Mr, Salmon's. Prices - 2/, 3/, and 1/, Tickets, .obtained , .'from - any member of tho Committee^ ' ' JOHN VILES, Hon. See. St. Patrick's Night BAkitp Q ' ; /- (...

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