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Rifle Shooting. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 8 July 1892
nSiflo Shooting. Tho monthly prize shooting of the Moss Vale R. R. Co. took place on Saturday, July 2, and Wed nesday, July 6, on tho Browley ran^e, and resulted as follows : — 600 600 ir_n mil yds yds HcP' m H. G. Lambort ... 33 30 0 G3 D. Clifforl ... 24 24 16 61 W. Bell ... 19 17 18 64 G. Gissing ... 24 37 2 61 G.Lee ... 15 ' 15 21 51 G. Bailey ... 23 22 4 49 \ Jaines Wotton ... 14 12 12 . 38 : R. H. Jervis ... 19 19 5 43 v H. Coleman ... 21 0 2 23 =? E. E. Row ... 10 9 21 46 , C; Taylir ... 22 21 5 48 L. Samuel ... 7 10 15 32 ' J. Taylor ... 4R '
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 8 July 1892
THOMAS ' COPE &. SOW. WURSEEYTTEII Merrigan g-street, Bowral. WILL have 5,000 extra large Fruit Trees to olTcr this coming season. 10,000 ono, two and three years old Apples, Pears, Plums, Apricots, Nectarines, Pcaches, Cherries. Walnuts, &o., all district grown. 2000 new Roses, 200 varioties of Chrysanthemums, 200 varieties of the Newest Dah lias, 5000 strong Pinus InsignuB, also a largo stock of all Nursery Plants and Shrubs nt low priccs. Wc have also a new late Peach (seedling for offer this season at 5/- each. T COPE & SON, Nuscrymon,|3owrai. Rn©KJOJMI£E£rU\QIL ^'©112115.©, 3VLOSS ?'V.A.IUE. K, METS, DESIRES to return his sincere thanks to all who havo patronised him in thc Berrima District I for tlio past 23 years, as MONUMENTAL aud GENERAL MASON, and still further solicits — TIIEIB TATRONAGE. — A Largo Variety of Designs for Headstones in MARBLE, GRANITE, or FREESTONE, Always 011 Jiand for Inspection. Headstones eroded iu all parts of thc District. Old...
Moss Vale Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 8 July 1892
JiHoss Vale (Cornell!. The ordinary fortnightly meeting of the Muni cipal Council, wab held on Monday evening last, Alderman H. C. Rose, presiding. Also present, Aldermen Adam3. Goodridge, McGregor. Tavlor, and Young. COKRI3PONDENCE. Dr. Cullen, M.L.A., acknowledged receipt: of councils letter re Water Supply to Moos Vale, aud as Messrs. ICidd and MeCourt, M.LA's. woro in. town, Iro would arrango for a mooting at which joint action could bo taucn upon that matter and some othors which could not so well bo attended to singly. , Messrs. Grngin . and Monk wrote offering to sell to the council their gravel nnd metal quarry on the hill, Watson Road, including plant, tram rail;*, &-?., everything on tho land for tho sum of £250 upou terms as' follows': £100 cash and balance in h ilf yearly payinonts at 0 per cent. * interest added. Thc quarry, they pointed out, is now in , full working order and should :be useful to tho couucil, and effect o great saving iii the cost of road metal...
RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 8 July 1892
RAILWAY. Down Trains. — A mail train leaves Sydney daily (Sundays cxccptcd) at 9 p m, Campbclltown 10.S, Picton 10.53, Mitl.igang 12.12 am, Bowral 12.10. Moss Valo 12. -10, arriving at Goulburn nt 2.20, and Alliury 11.55. Tho Melbourno express leaves Sydney daily (Saturdays and Sundays oxcepted) at 5.15 p m, I Mittagong 8, Bowral 8.S, arriving at Moss Vale at 8.20, leaves at 8.45, arrives at Goulburn at 10.8 and Alhury 5.50 a m. A passenger train leaves Svdncy daily (Sundays excepted) at 9.30 am, Mittagong 12.40 p in, Bowral 12.54, Moss Vale 1.35, Goulburn 3.10. A tourist train leaves Sydney every Saturday at 7.55 a m, Pioton 9.55, Mittagong 11. 5, Bowral 11.12, Moss Valo 11.35, arriving at Gonlburn at 1.20 p m. A second tourist train leaves Sydnev overy Saturday at 2.28 p m, Mittagong 5. 30, Bowral 5,37, aud arrives at M033 Valo at 5.50. A passenger train leaves Sydney for Pioton at 5.17 p.m., and a mixed train leaves Picton for Mittagong at 7.57 p m. Up Trains. — A. mail train lea...
Entertainment. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 8 July 1892
Entertainment. An entertainment, which passed ofT most f successfully, w.is'giver. at tho Oddfellows' Hall, on Wednesday 'evening last, in aid of thc liong Bong j branch of tho Ministering Children's Le iguc. The ! Moss Valo Band discoursed sweet music outsido the hall previous to thu curt tin rising, which ascended to an audience crowding tbo hull, if not floor to ceiling, certainly from -.stage to cntranco doors — in fact the hall w.io no densely crowdc I that there was ceirnoly clhov; room. It w.is, too, a gratifying circumUaucG that thevo was -such an assemblagcc, and any discomfort that was .ex perienced was chccrfully borne by «in enthusiastic audience. Tho audience r.ko readily roiogniced^ thc disadvantages under which thc porformero labored nnd throughout showed indulgence to their entertainers. It was very ovident that ono well up to thc business had been at the, head to :oach tho amateur performers, and while all UiOoO who took part therein deserve praise for the general m...
FOLEY BROS.' PRICE-LIST [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 12 July 1892
FOLEY BROS.' PRICE-LIST Sydney,: July 6th- £ s : d £ b d Butter, Faotory, per lb ... 0' 0 0 to 0 1 6 Butter, Dairy ... ;.. 0 0 0 ; 0 14 Bicon, hand-cured ' ? ?'... O'-O' 8| 0 0 6J Cheese ? 0 0 4} 0 0 5J Eggs, per doz ? 0 15 0 16 Pigs, per lb., . ? ? ? 0 0 4 0 0 4 | Calves, each ? ? 0 5 0 1 5 0 Honey, por lb ... ... 0; 0 3 0 0 4 Fowls, per pair ... ... 0 2 6 0 3 6 Ducks ... ... ...' 0,- 6 0 3 6 Geese ... ... ... 0 '4 6 0 6 ft Turkeys ... ... ... 0 7 0 0 9 0 Maize, per bus ... ... 0 2 10 0 3 0 Wheat ? ? ... 0 4 6 0 5 0 Oats, feed ? ... . 0 2 ,4 0 2 6 Barley, Cape . ... .. 0 . 3 8 0 0 0 Flour, per ton ? ? 12 0 0 .12, .10 0 Hay, lucerno ... 3 0 0 3 10 0 Do, oaten ? ... 4 0 0 4 10 0 potatoes ... ... ... f. 3-10 *.0 4 0 0 Onions ? 3 10 0 4 0 0 Butter : In eood demand » ; i Bacon: Good enguil-yjfor cKoicc band cnri:d Poultry : Fair demaad J CIiccco : -Slight improvement ; v ' Factory Buttkr Market.— The Produce Exchange co-operates with 400,000 citizens, to disposo of Factory and Dairy But...
THE S.C. & W.C. CO-OPERATIVE COMPANYS PRICE LIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 12 July 1892
THE S.C. k W.C. CO-OPERATIVE COMPANY S PRICE LIST. Sydney, July 6th, £ s. -1. £ s. -1 Butter (factory), pur lb ... 0 1 5 to 0 1 6 Do. lBt quality (dairy) ... 0 1 3 0 14 Do. 2nd „ „ ... 0 0 8 0 0 10 Bacon, hand cured ... 0 0 5 0 0 6 Do. machine enreil ... 0 0 4 0 0 5 Hams, hand cured ... 0 0 6 0 0 8 Do. machine cured ... o , q 5 0 0 6 Cheese, Ibt. rjnnUly ... 0: 0 -4J 0 0 6 Do. 2nd and inferior ... 0 0 4 0 n 41 Honey per lli. ... ... 0 0 3 0 0 4 P'Rs.caeh ? ... 0 12 6 I 12 6 Calves .... ... 0 3 6 0 17 6 Hides por lb. ... ... 0 0 U 0 0 2* Calf skins, eaoh ... 0 0 9 0 1 '9 Flour ... ... ... 0 12 5 12 10 0 D°- 2nd ? 0 0 0 12 6 0 Maize, per bush. ... ... 0 3 0 0 3 3 Wheat (chick) ? 0 3 6 0 4 0 Barley (Eng.), per buali. ... 0 0 0 0 0 0 Do. (Cape) ? 0 0 0 0 3 10 Bran... ? ... 0 0 0 0 1 2 Oats (seed) ... ... , ... . 0, '2 -10 0 3 0 Do. (feed)... ... ... 0 2 10 Onions, per ton — ... 0 0 0 4 0 0 Hay, oaten ? 0 0 0 6 0 0 Do. lucerne ' ... ... ;0 OpO 0 ®. Potatoes ? 3 10 0 4 5 0 Fowls, per pair...
SHEL WOOD! CHAPTER II. THE HOWARD FAMILY. (CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 12 July 1892
SHELWOOD ! I ? i [By E. J. COOLING.] \ I chapter n.; Tub Howard Family. (coiiTnrorrD.) ' And IU lot you lool: nt my gwcon fwog that I oaoght ycntcrday,' cuid Mirnter Charlie with hia mouth full of toant, '' I won't give him to you 'coa I want him, but you can look at him.' 'All right, Chnrlio,' cnid Did; Inujjliing, 'Fro content ; n lool: will nuUico for ino, nnd tou can keep your g\vc?n fwog nil to your self. Now girla ^ho'i going to guess my newa ?' ' Oh, Diolr you know no aro no good nt guessing, toll ua your nowo and don't be provoking,' remarked ConGtance. 'Well don't get over excited and I'll tell yon. What do you nay to tho thrown coming fcnek to live ?' ' The Carev/o' v;nn cchoed all round tho table. ' Why Dick, who told you ?' asked Belle. ' Somcono v/lio v/ould probably have told yon too had it not boon that ho had como thinct moro importance to say,' replied Dick, looking olyly at h iu enter who blushed and held her peace. ' Whon nro thoy coming, and why 5' asked Constanc...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 12 July 1892
C. ff-., [iSitrHser (Do-'s. llfieport. I'iga :? Unusually hoavy supplies havo been forward during tho paot v/cck ana pricco were t lie lowest wo iiiivo had for coino considorablo timo. Best: porkcra i\o\v v/orth 2£d por lb. ; best bacon pigo 2d por lb. Wo 000 no prospect of a chaugo at prcsont. . .. Calves : Market glutted and prices very Jr-\v .in. deed. JPrimo calves, 4 to 0 months old, sy.ortli 3.1 to 253 ; extra largo calvos almost unsalcabjn. j ; - Shoopslcino : Morkot oaoior for medium 3ti(l:|ow qualities. Beot full-woolled oklno unchanged. Quotationo— Best dry 4Jd to 5}d ; medium, 3,^(1 to 4Jd ; Bhort and broken, 2(1 to 3d ; groonskins, best, 44d to SGd ; seconds 30(1 to 42d ; pelts 12d to 22d etioli, Certainly the best medicino known io SANDER and SONS' EUCALYPTI EXTRACT. Test its eminently powerful ofifects in couglu, ecldu, in- ' fiuenza ; tho_ relief is inotaiitenous. In serious caoco nn-l accidcnts of all kindo, bo thoy woundn 1 burns, ccaldiugs, bruises, sprains it is t...
Berrima District Cottage Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 12 July 1892
nBcri'SswiJi CDJsirlicfc Colfcis® GUospitoH At the last meeting thoro woro present : — Moscio. P. ' H. Throsby (in tho chair), G. Goorge.' 37 Holmos, E. W. Edwards, J. Piggott, H. U. Osloy.^ and A. B. Young, and Drs. Fichor and Wilson. Tho hospital patronage was oxtonded to tho two outertainmonta shortly to bo given on bohalf Of tho hospital funds, ono by the Bowral Dramatic Company, and the other by tho Eova'eI r miliar momc Soeioty. : ! - ,| Tho lion, troasurer (Mr. Gavin George) road tho following' ropovtfor tho month ; — Receipts : Subcsription 5o ; onboidyfor 1891 . £203 5o 10. Expenditure: House expenses, £28 I4a 2d. Credit balanco an per paso book, £T)G2 19o 4d. On tho troasuror'o ouggontion, tho com mittoo agrood to placo £600 na -g fiuod dopouit in the bank for ois months at 3J por oonf. ' Moasro.' Rogo, ' Osley, Copoland Bennett, and Dro.' Wilson' nnd Fiohor woro appointed a bub-committoo to report on tho mattor of on infectious diooasos word iu connootion with tho hospita...
Mittagong Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 12 July 1892
SlittnRong Municipal Council. Tho uiual fortniBhily meeting was hold on Wodnooday ovoning, 6th inst. Present | — tho -Mayor (Alderman Eiohnrds) and 1 Aldormon Viloo, Mealing, Larkin, Middlo ton, Dawson, Snowdon, and Mnndelcon. Mossro. W. R. Hudspoth and T. Morris wroto calling attoution to tho bad otato of tboroad oppooito thoir promioos in wot woathor and ookod that oamo bo bnllaotod vath otano. — To bo romodied. Tho sum of £44 15s 3d, wao passed for payment. Tho Worko Oommittco roportod : '? Tho 1 mon havo boon ODgngod during tho paot fortnight completing, forming, and ballasting Ward Lane,- forming and covoring witli ashes footmays in Main-street, and removing lamp post ; from western sido to eastern sido of Fioneor- street.' On tho motion of Alderman Mealing tho report wao adopted. I Tho council Clerk reported tho recoipt during tho past fortnight of : — General rare, £12 Is Gd ; lighting rate, £4 10s 6d ; N.P. account £1 4s. Total £17 6s 3d. Thodebit balance nt the bank is £G40...
Coroner's Jury. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 12 July 1892
Coroner's Jury. That coroner's jury oyotom (observes the writer of Fugitive Notes in tho Herald,} ap . pears to have beon oomothinir in the nature , of fl precioua muddle all round — one of those things wo go on tolerating from day to day, and from year to yoar, rocognioing its absurdity and ito inaptnoas, and then calmly agreeing to tako no furthor thought about tho matter. Itiaonly when someone direotly interested rair.aa d question about juroro1 feoo . , that tho wholo question io gone into, and it ians.tho result of thio procsoa that tho Minister for Juotioo io now about to take steps to l\avo tho oyotem of coroner'o juries ? abolished. Thio io not a otop, to be sure, which can or should be taken on the mere initiative of c tompornry Miniolor, oo that it \?ill bo necessary to oubmit a bill to Parlia ment on tho oubjcct, whon tho propoaal will receive open: and legitimate diccuoaion boforo any now departure ia made. Tho present proposition io to substitute a form of tnngia ? teri...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 12 July 1892
DR. LAITG LODGE PEOTE8TAITT AL LIANCE FRIEITDL? SOCIETY. A QP.AND UALLwill 1:3 held in tho CfiNTEN ±_ DIAL HALL on TUESDAY, JULY I9xn. Siorrlo Tichcta, Cr. Cel. ; double tic!:ctn, 53. Gd. J. E. ADAI.IS, Sccrctary. Hike gcmtiuccr, DEomnA oisTnioir pness, AND Weoit (DannndCM Zic3v®cafle. (ESTABLISHED 1074-10 Yearo.) PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY and FRIDAY 'Uttered out of time, or conccdcd in proper season, good cavoureth of evil.' , TUESDAY, JDLY 11, 1892.
IT PAYS. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 12 July 1892
IT PAYS. '? i ^ It psys to wear a smiling faco. ?''/ And laugh our trotihles down,; t ?*' ? ':Frdm all our little trials .waft ' Oar laughter or our frown. Beneath the magio of a smile i ' Our donbta will fade away, ?; At melts the frost3 in early spring ; 'Beneath the sunny ray. ? It pays to help a worthy cause . By making it our own ; To give the current of our lives V j: ? ? » ' - : A true and noble tone. ?' ,? 'j ; ' It nay o to comfort heavy liearta) ' Oppressed with dull dnspair, _ Anil leave in sorrow-darkened lives '? Ono cleam of brightness there. ; It pays to give a helping hand ? ' To eager, earnest youth ; . To note, with all thoir waywardness, Thoir courage and their truth, , To strive, with sympathy and love, Their confidence to win It pays to open wide tho heart And lot tho sunohino in.
STRAY NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 12 July 1892
STRAY NOTES' (By Scrutator.) Wo can't help having our little chip with ony publio man that merits it. A certain alderman, j after wo had opent much time and space in en* : dcavouring to lead him in the improvement of hia manners, responded by stopping his subscription to this paper. Nov; nn wo thought it a pity that he should us tho only alderman not on our list we wrote and offered to ccnd the pap:r freely to him in order that ho might bo informed aa to public mattero which bh duty r.a an alderman in. But no, he won't have it thus. He caya if it io worth anything it is worth tho mci^y. Just as, noble Scot(t) ! At tho rccer/j couueil meetings it has been very plcacani to cotics how subdued and quiet those aldermen who uccd to create the ccencs nayc been. Aa to Alderman McGregor ho has taken immensely to indulging instate whispers and mysterious tfcte. :1 itlo aliairs with his brethren. What can be the cauce of this wondrous changc? It can't be there is any connection with tho report...
Selected Poetry. OUR ROADS. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 12 July 1892
Selected Poetry. ? OUR ROADS, :i., i . ! ' * Jonrnoylnc along tho rond loading ffrom tho Fitzroy Fnlln to Robortoon ono wot night oflato, a correspondent aaya ho heard at a distanco a man who ho fancied wao oinging tho 'Irioh Emigrant.' It wis, however, ho found upon approaching noaror, roally a Bong of hio own composing— or, at lonot, tho worda, Tho oingor 'wao ovidontly dig. gustod with tho otato of oorao of our out ? lying roada. Tho following n tho oong ao noar no memory corvea : — ; I'm stuck up in tho mud, Biildy, whoro wo stuck sido by oido. That winter's crcninp, moatho ago, when wo wont for that rido ? ? To Robertson and back, Biddy. You muot re member Noll Oar poor old homo it had to lug nnd carnod it'o tucker woll. ? The roads aro littlo changed, Biddy, tho .mud ia axlo high ; While tho wntor'n almost nnklo dcop, not a patch can I coc dry. Oh, wero our worthy mcmboro hero that they might only know What we farmp.ro have to differ when by thia road wo go I Whene'er tho rain...
Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 12 July 1892
DiOC.il smuI (Hemeral Sutton Forest.— We require a livo correspon dent hero; Confidential applications are inritcd from any lady or gentleman willing to act. Bkriuma and Bowkal.— The previous paragraph also applies here* The Electiuc Light. — We havo been informed by Mr. C. C. Gale, the solicitor for tho lloss Vale Electric Lighting Company, Limited, that such company lias been registered under tho Companies Act of 18.74 and 1888 nnd that the caid company io now incorporated and a limited company with a cipital of £3000. Presentation* Address to a Bank Manager.— Mr. E. A. Cottee, who has recently been promoted to thn management of tho Commercial Bank of Mittagong, was this week tho recipient of a hand como illumiuated address by a number of his friends and admirers at Terara, at which placo Mr. Cottee for come time managed the business of tho Commer cial Bank. The address had been magnificently illuminated by Messrs. John Sands, of Sydney. A Tea Meeting.— On Saturday next will bo he...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 12 July 1892
Mr. J, It ,J^ C C ! s a v/cll-ki'ioWn ilohtfst, will .crnvcrin/Mosj . .V;' *fos will rcmam'for a Cay- , .'--' : ; i^biiit hiSybocon oulted nt tho C: . ? ...! -iofol, ' i'^t'cntO/Violted at their own rcaMchco without anv.ojttra fge. All work nt, Sydney .prion,;.'. Qao-odnifcitpi^s All letter.') nddt'v';.:cd tft' tho Commoroinl. Hotel' will rccoiv, . , ?'rojiint ?attantbo.- Mr,- visit thooiu'roriulinc; dintilot. For dntep.pleato.c4o this papciV^Ai-VT, TMPOUiWKD.at Attica iVaio'.oa, Jqiyl'iVfb, by JL Mr. J. E. Adams, fronir tho - rail way 'lii^e. one black horne, branded like V near ahouldor, ahod, star, white etrip on nos?, and whito foot agod,. If not reloaaed will be ? sold'' July 28.' 'BCffiERT VII1E8, PoundUoeper. ' . A,