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Local News. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 18 March 1892

Local News. Lord Jcraoy h;.s boon asked to open tho Mitta gon ; Horticultural Sooicty's Show on the 24th inst, Mr, John Cullcn, proprietor of tho Royal Hotol, Moss Valo, has accoptcd Mr. \Y- Jonea' tender for additions to tho building. On Sunday evening last tho G. H. Muzy was formally inducted to tho charge of St. Albau's Church, Golden Grove, by tho Rev. J; D. Langlcy, rural dean. I The Bishop of Goulbuvn died at an early hour on Wednesday moraine. 0 wine to a malignant growth 11 tho stomach he was unable to retain food, aud lowly wasted away. It was decided at a meeting of tlio Mittagong Jockey Club on Saturday afternoon to hold the annual race' meeting of tho club on Easter Monday, April 18. Thero aro to bo live events competed for. A meeting of Bowral residents was held on Wednesday cvouing to protest against tho action of the Rev. J. W. Debenham, incumbent of S. Simon and S. Judo's, in appointing a curate without first consulting his parishioners. The following points of rain ...

Publication Title: Scrutineer, The
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SHOWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 18 March 1892

shows, Goulburn Agricultural Society, March 24 andJ25.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Robertson. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 18 March 1892

JlEofoeii'tson. Rain act in on Friday last, aud lias continued up to the present with very littlo intermission. Everything looks green, aiul thcro is every prospect of a good winter, provided tho cold weather tloea not como too early to chick the growth. The Salvation Army, despite the weather, hold a tea meeting and service in tho School of Arts on Tuesday evening last. The meeting was led by Captain -Morgan, of Goulburn, assisted by ofllccro from Moss V.ilc, Bowral and Kangaroo- Valley. For last month the suppliers to tho factory wore paid 4Jd per gallon for milk. Gcrringong paid -Id I '''! ' uuKiuiuiii., uiimuuiuu, ,r(u. j.ne suppliers on tho Coast are surprised at tho prices tho factories in this district can pay, while tiloy claim to have land cquaily as good. At tno Moss Vale Show tlio Robertson district, which comprises Kangaloon and Burrawang, was woll to the front in prizes, carrying off nearly 150, Wo understand tliat a meeting of tho share holders of tho Bcrrima District ...

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EVENTS TO COME: ATHLETIC SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 18 March 1892

EVENTS TO COME : ATHLETIC SfORTS. Catholic Church Annual Demonstration, Show Ground, Easter Monday. Sports at Bundatiaou on Queen's Birthduy.

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Road to Wombeyan Caves. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 18 March 1892

BJond to Wumlicyaii (Daves. Tbo following lottor appoarod in tlio Am tralian Star on March 9th : — Sir, — I noticod that tho ilinistor for Wurlio iiaa latoly boon waitod upon by doputntiono from ISowral and M033 Valo and ~ ? from Mnrulan urging rival claimo for a rond/*'''' to thoao far famod oavoa. Having trnvollor? ? ? both tho ronton proposed by (ho aoputatio? . roforrod to, nnd aloo tho routo via Ooulbt/r .?.? /:?_,? and Taralga, I havo no hooitQtiou in say( . that tho latter io boyond all quoation prnforablo'ionto of tho tliroo namod. 'il iu uiruuuy a upionum roau irora viouiuui Tarnlga, r,od from 'i'arulga to tho cav.s conGldorablo amount of monoy ha3 aire boon oxponded. Thou again, wnon; railway ia conotructod to Crookwoll it wiV within about 12 miloa of I'aralga, and'| ,? di.stanco from Jhia point to tho cavoa in m, shortor than from either Dowral or fJaruL Thero can bo no doubt that ovontually^ railway or tramway will bo madotoTaiaigfjX which will curtail ntill furthor tho ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 18 March 1892

mt Scrutineer. TEEMS: Subscription 2/0 per quarter prepaid; &/? if booked ; charged only from the time of commencing* Quarters end March 31, June 30, September 30, December 31, at which periods only can subscriber* deelino by* giving a wceVs noticc in writing direct to the. omcc — not through a local collector — and paying, to the then. running quarter. Adveiitiskmknth— of !css- than one inch, l/-for the tirat two lines and 3il. per line after; longer advertisements, 3/- for the first inch and 1/6 for ?very subsequent inch. A liberal reduction made for standing advertisements. Advertisements o births, mailings, and deaths, if sent by post, must ho authenticated by the signature cf some person known at the office, or they will not be insortcd. ^ Advertisements -vill be received up to G p.m. on day of publication. The number of insertions should be written on the face, or the advertise ments will be continued till countermanded. Orders for withdrawing, altering, or changing % ...

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F. L. Barker Co.'s Report. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 18 March 1892

F. Ii- Murkci- &. -Uo.'.s GScport. Sheepskins— Maiket unchanged Quotations: 'Full fleece superior ekina up to 5d ; ordinary, 4|d to 4%i medium, 3^d to4d; ahorta, 2d to per lb. Green skins — First up' to 50d ; polts ami shorts, lOd te 2(id each, v * Hides — Primc^heu'vies iu good demand ; market steady for other deaeeriptions. Quotations : Frnna extiu heavies, 3d to 3j;d ; guoU heavies 2^d to.2^d 5 sloppy aud ordiuary heavies, 2Jd to '^Qd ; medium, 2|jd to 2 Atl, best light, 2gd to 2Ad j ordlniry light, 2jd to Sjd j-clry, 2d to 3d. liark — No improvement to qucto. Largo con signments coming to hand, which tends to weaker the market. Beat southern chopped, £0 17s Gd to £7 14; medium £4 15i to £0 12s Ud ; iuteriorJbl to £4 5s per ton. Calves— Market glutted, only very prime vealcrs saleable. Tigs — Market unsteady. However, the rough weather on tlio coabt will tend to ease supplies, aud as tho week advances prices should harden cou* suleiabl'i. PorUtrj now worth 3j/u to 4d ; ba...

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The Latest in Snaix. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 18 March 1892

The Qiittcst In Snnaix. ^ The following particulars, supplied us, equal any* tiling iu the &uaku line yet reeorcicil. A sun of Mr. AUennan Dawoon w.iauut walking with sumo other members of the family. He did not notice a black streak across the roadway, aud before anyone could warn him of his danger had stepped on u blaok suake. The animul was variously estiirated by eye witnesses aa beli)g from JO to 30 feet long. Instead of resisting the familiarity of the visitor, it expressed its joy by curliug itself fondly around hnn, and in two seconds it was almost impossible to ro» cjgnise the boy in his new siuke overcoat. Tho 1UH HJUU WVIIIHiVUWU. Xliu )UUkll Utyuu UOlMtUMUg match along tho street, bub luuiul that tho ruco ww a dead heat. Tho suuKe beitig attached to him it , was hard to forge ahead. It was simply a case of Darby and Joan jogging uluat' together. After some distaucc had been covered in thi-i fasluou the snake remembered an appointment iu tho woods, aud slowly unwi...

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SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 18 March 1892

SPORTING. [Secretaries and ether known resident! of tht different localities i« which fports occur will oblige by sendinj us particulars as early at possible after tho seieral events,]

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What People Say. MRS. MORTON SMITH MARYBOROUGH, QUEENSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 18 March 1892

Wliafc People Say. I MRS, MORTON SMITH MARYBOROUGH, QUEENSLAND-. Writes : ' Having for many years lived a life of misery, and novcr during that timo to havo known a moments freedom from p iin, 1 am so gratoful for the benefit I havo derived from Clements Tonic, that I writo tho following partichlara of my caso : ' About four yearsingo I was Mtacked with a facial neuralgia, so aeute ffiat I waV unablo to sleep for 17 days. I lost floslV Wy^apidly nnd was reduced to a shadow, and niy\f)\inily thought tho cud was near, so weak, pirlo anA miserable had I become : I | could SCO thc-ir anl\ionf- .ooks and hear thntn Hrtbhii,« when away from iAS, but befoiv my faoa they wcro all courage and smiles, bo thoujMitftil wcro they of my feelings. I had^threo dMto! i, but thoy did mo no good ; tho misery still(Jcbntri|ued. At last a friend recommended ClomeriW Iconic oo strongly that I procured a bottle : a^fifafteiUho third dose tho pain was relieved. I continued ita use and took many bottles and...

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The Local Land Board. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 18 March 1892

Tlic Local Laud Hoard. Tho following cases are set down for hearing nt the next sitting of tho Land Board, t(5 bo held at Moss Vale on tlio 29th instant Samuel Ruse, c p 91-5, 40 acres, Caoura. Georgo Herbert Russell, c p 91-11, *»0 acres, Bundanoon. Frederick York Casburn, c 192-4,40 acrcs, Nun dinlla. I Thomas and Henry Ellsmorc, o p 92-1, 40 acres, Murrimba, Same, c 1 92-3, 80 acres, Murriinha. Richard Hards, junr., c 1 92-2, 530 acres, Joadja. Herbert Oliver Cu ter, n 91-2, 350 acres, Bangs dilly (1) aa to suspension of conditions, ^2) to enclose rotd. ? ? ? :

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THE WINDSOR TRAGEDY. FURTHER HORRIBLE REVELATIONS DISAPPEARANCE OF TWO WOMEN AND TWO CHILDREN. THREE BODIES FOUND UNDER A KITCHEN FLOOR. WILLIAMS'S HOUSE AT RAINHILL. LONDON, MARCH 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 18 March 1892

Trim is wni^ nDgdDiis iriiBAcuBioir. FURTHER HORRIBLE REVELATIONS DISAPPEARANCE OF TWO WOMEN AND TWO CHILDREN. THREE l50DIE3~F0UND UNDER A KITCHEN FLOOR. WILLIAMS'S HOUSE AT RAIN HILL. (By Oaiile ) (from BYDXBY MOnXINO HERALD CORRES PONDENT.} LONDON, March 15, It has been ascertained that Williams, who is ollcged to have committed the murder at Windsor, in Victoria, rented an empty houso at Rainhill, in Lancashire, where he was visited by a woman who suddenly disappeared. Gravo suspicions arc now entertained as to the fate of this woman. It is now remembered that on one occasion his clothes wcro observed to bo marked with blood stains, and that he himself cemented the floor. He seems to have lodccdatan hotel in London for a few days before he sailed, aud during that timo he obtained many cases of goods under false pretences. Among other things ho bought files and drills, aud incurred a jeweller's bill for alter ing articles of jewellery containing diamond, cud also articles of plate...

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The Cause Revealed. DISCOVERY OF A SUBTLE AND LIFE-DESTROYING ACID. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 18 March 1892

The (Janse fl£eveale-l- DISCOVERY OP A SDJJTLE AND I,IFK-DE3TnOVIXO AC/D. Anyone who can go through the trying vicissi tudes of this climate without suffering from rheuma tism or neuralgia pains of some kind is decidedly fortunate. What it is that causes these pains has been a greater mystery to physicians and scientists than almost any other question. Some havo declared that they are the results of a severe oold, others that imprudent exposure has caused them, and still others that they riso from blood poisoning. In order to obtain, if possible, a correct tlicoiy of rheumatism and all the aches and pains whioh ac company it, certain authorities in Washington have taken steps to obtain the views of the physicians of America upou tins subject, mese views are oi a varied nature, but so overwhelming a proportion held to one belief as to leave but little doubt that it is the correct one. This belief, briefly stated, is that nric acid in the bloood causes rheumatism, and that it is ouly ...

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£50,000 Robbery. A SCORCHING EXPOSURE — AN INSTANCE OF PROTECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 18 March 1892

£50,000 Robbery. A SccmcmsG Exposure— An Instance of Protection. It is well known that in New South Walos, without Government assistance of any kind, we have established two food-preserving and foodex port industries, the most successful to bo found in any part of the world, namely, the Fresh Food nnd Ice Company and tho South Coast and West Cam den Co-operative Company. Our exports havo been large enough to cusuro a good local market, and these exports havo been made by the trade itsolf. In Victoria. Iiowevnr, they far eclipscd us i i tho oxport of buttor, and it is at this point the exposure comes in. While tho, general taxpayers in tins colony wore not asueu to assist in uus ex port, the general taxpayers of the projectionist colony *ore victimised to tho extent of £50,000 to on ible tlio companies iu Melbourne to carry on their export. That is the amount which the Vic torian Treasury will havo to pay on tho export of butter, and now it is as well that the New South Wnles public ...

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BERRIMA. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 18 March 1892

BEIIEKIMA. Onr highly esteemed townsman and postmaster, Mr. J. Connelly, has just returned home fro.u the metropolis., where ho aud Mrs, Connelly have been spending a short holiday, and as lie is one of those who has travelled much and always with his eyes open, his many friends will now look forward to many pleasant evenings in his company. Wo heartily congratulate them on their safe return. I noticc Mrs. Brccn has been busy with the painter and carpenter renovating her well-known hostelry preparatory to rc*opening on tho 1st April, ^hen, uo doubt, the old Commercial hotel, together with the Surveyor-Geueral (Mrs. Daly), will do all that is desired to show visitors they can be well and hospitably entertained. Both ladies deserve and I a\n sure will receive the sympathy of every well wisher of the place in their efforts to push forward tho advancement of the town. I have just heard that Mr. Lindsay Thompson, Fishery Inspector, is in Berrima with tho object of secu 'ing a site for a ...

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Bundanoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 18 March 1892

ISimdiinooM. (From Our (Joy respondent.) The continuous wet weather during tho past four ?r fivo days has been tho means of putting a stop to all kinds of work, and it is now the cry when is it going to clear up. From all accounts tho show at Moss Vale last week passed off very satisfactorily and Bnndanooti must be considered to have sent its share of repre sentatives— 39 adult tickets were issued on Friday alone, aud a fair number went down by rocd. It ia a great pity something cannot be dono to make it more convenient for passengers to M033 Vale. If you want to go down, you can only use i the passenger trains which give you a very short time in Moss Vale, unless you want to put in a long I atnvmiHI thn mnil tenin WW ,t- Ir, „«,? mission to travel by the '* goods' which passes here about eleven o'clock in tho morning. Then more people would travel than as at present. It would he to the interest of the Moss Vale people if they wore to consider thia matter and try and do something to...

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The Charges against Mr. Eddy. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 18 March 1892

The Charges against Mr. Eilnly. In response to the letter forwarded by Mr. E. M. G. Eddy, tho Chief Commissioner for Railways, to Mr# See, the Colonial Treasurer, askingthe Govern ment to appoint a judge to inquire into the charges made, concerning his appointmantin the Legislative Assembly last week, Mr. Sco has written saying he, on behalf of the Government, will lay upon tiie tabic of tlio Assembly all papers relating to Mr. Eddy's appointmont and any refutation of the charges ho may think fit to make. Tlio action of tho Chief Commirsioucrin asking for a strictly judicial inquiry is regarded by the Minister for Railways as some what premature, but at the same time Mr. Sec is anxious to submit to Parliament anystatcmont Mi. Eddy desires to make. Mr. Eddy on Monday after noon acknowledged tho Colonial Treasurer's com munication, and tlic reply is to rcceivo Cabinet consideration on an early date. Mr. C. B. Simpson moved the adjournment of the Legislative Council on Tuesday to call ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 18 March 1892

Factory Buttkr Makket. — Tlio Produce Exchange co-openitos with 400,000 citizens, to dispose of Factory and Dairy Butter in Sydney, the nearest an best market. — Hawichn it Vanch, 95 Sussex-st'eet WUY RERflAOIKI E-EAF Deafness, Head Noises, DUcharpes, &c„ no matte* OP now long standing, completely and permanently cured by the new and entirely successful Elcctro* Medication Trcatmcn*. Seu'aitued and Painless. Efir-tlrumB not at all ncccnaary. Advice and pamphlet Free from Professor Harvey, 145 Collinfl Street East, Melbourne. Magnificent testimonials. N.B.— Professor Harvey's Electric Head Battery U the only one patented throuRhout the World. s 1 1. mm, 1 ^ PRACTICAL WATCHHAKEP, &c § (Opposito new Post Office) AltGYLE-STREET, MOK3 VALE, W t) g T-KGS to inform his old Patrons and the § (j JD Public generally that ho has returned © to the district and commenced busiuess ^ g; again in RIosa Vole. J. D. C. would im- ^ press upon tho Public the fact that he t- intends to P...

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Lawn Tennis. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 18 March 1892

Hiiiwu Tenuis. Last Saturday afternoon tho prizes won at the second annual tournament of the Bowral Lawn Tennis Club were distributed to tho successful players by Mrs. Oxloy. Although the weather was lafr from promising a very fair number of the mem bers and thier friends were present. The following were the winners Lidy Chompionship of Clnb : Miss Nellie Swin son, a handsome lizard-skin, purse. Championship aud Captaincy of Club ; Mr. A. Swinson,_a spirii kottlo presented by C. A, M. Billyard-ijeake, Esq. AlUcomcrs' Singles: Mr. A.D. Freeman, silver matchbox. All-comers' Lady Singlaa : Miss Lucy Osborne, a silver buckle. Champion Club Doubles : Messrs, Pulling and Hodgswi, cold studs and silver pencil case. All Comers' Doubles : Messrs. Dobbin and Kirby pearl pen and silver-mounted walkiu* stick, AU Comers' Lady and Gentleman Doubles Championship : Miss N. Swinson and Mr, A. Swinson, silver buckle and lawn tennis paoker. A vote of thanks to Mrs. Oxlcy for her kindness, and one to t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 22 March 1892

' Great Clearing' ' 'Safe, IN CONSEQUENCE OF REMOVING FROM TIIE DISTRICT, ? , I BEGS TO INFORM TJUe Public off Moss U nDe Eimdl Qrart'oinrarmcIIilMgr DDSaSiPlcts .. . THAT HE WILL OFFER THE \ WHOLE OF HIS STOCK,.' CONSISTING OF M1P11I 11B AT PRICES WHICH LXUST DEMAND . AM IMMEDIATE AND ENTIRE CLEARANCE. ? :o:— — DRESS GOODS, 3Jd, d, 5Jd por yard PRINTS, ZEPHYRS, DELAINES, FLANNELETTES, GALVTEA STRIPES, o. &o., will bo bold at cosr phices. CALICO, FLANNELS. BLANKETS, SHEETINGS, HOLLANDS, TOWEL8, &o., &o., will bo bold at INVOICE rRIOES. Job Lot of RIBBONS, Id, 2d, 3d, and 6d por yard. LACES, GLOVES, SWISS WORKS, FLOWERS, FEATHERS, STAYS, HOSIERY, FANCY GOODS, &o., &c., aro offeror! at a cheat deduction. Immonso loduction in HABERDASHERY, LADIES FASHIONABLE JACKETS, 10b. 6d., 13s. 6d., 25a., jpricc now 7s. Gd., Os. 6d., and 17s. Gd. Also a good assortment of LADIES CHECKED TWEED ULSTERS. Also MAID'S and CHILDREN'S ULSTERS at loss than coat pries...

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