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EVENTS TO COME: ATHLETIC SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 15 January 1892

EVENTS TO GOME : AT'JI.ETIO SPOUTS. The Bowral Athletic Club's aurniul sports will bo held on Anniversary Day.

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GEOGRA[?] EASY [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 15 January 1892

0EOGILfg: ' WflTl post,; reore.tfoZTUNlP'-'--' ^ What port'ic About three*fourtu^k?i ? little gin and nutmeg , AVliat ia a to wn ? A town U a considcrabtocK& inhabitants, with four or five&T party and lend money on ay What is a city ? rf'/ A city is an incorporate- r-„i. believes tno whole worWrt^' to fall flat on a eroaa wa]'; ,a. P^Pu' Ai' Wliat is commerce ? \^hich fresu lru^iS Borrowing fivo dollars dodging the lender for a year or two. il Namo tho different racia ? Horso-race, boat.raco, bioyclo»race, and around to find a man to endqraoyour note. ' Into how many classes ia mankind divided ? Six- Being enlightencl, ciYilizcd, half-civilized, savage, to utter, and dudes. What nations are called enlightened ? Those which have tho moat wars, tho worat laws, and produce the most criminals. How many motions has tho earth ? That's according to how you mix your driuks, and whieh way you go homo. What causea day and and night ? Day is caused by night gottiug tired out. N...

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SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 15 January 1892

SPORTING. Secretariat and other known resident! of the different] , locqUtics in which spurts occur wiHiohligc Iff I N mdi»0- tti pnrlicnkra -rj early ' as pvsiiblt after ' j ftho'sercral dent*.] f ' ? -. i

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A MUNICIPAL PLATFORM. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 15 January 1892

A MUNICIPAL PLATFORM . The following platform has been adopted- by the Bowral Labour Leagne ' 1. Householders or owners of vacant land (male or female) to vote. No persou to have more than one vote. Elections to be on Sat'rtfday from 10 a.m .' to 6 p.m. Mayor to i)etciecteu*Dy the peopiq. ; ? 3. Abolitioirof contract work where - practicable . 4. All. trust lands for publio purposes to be vested in the council. * 5. Taxation to be on laud volues'only. 5. All plans' of sub-divided estates for building purposes to be submitted to' the council for appro val before being sold ;--and all roads, streets, foot puins, clc., io ue nrat mauc- to uie approval 01 me council. No estate to .bo-submitted uutil offered to tho Crown-Lands Departineut for resumption of State valuation. : .« , . - ; 7. Council to have full control of all means ef. lighting ; also collection, or all licensing fees within their boundaries. . ? 8. Plebiscite .voto ,to Ve taken ,on .all matters when demanded *1-y ' requis...

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BURRAWANG R. R. COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 15 January 1892

BURRAWANG COMPANY. The annual general meeting of tho Burrawang Rifle Company was held at Gingers's Club Hotel, on Saturday eveuing last. Tho following members wero present .'—Captain Allen (chairman), Messrs. T. Elliot, E. Hetherington, J.P. Lawlcr, (hon bcc.) A. K. Yoncc. H. Bunt. J. Elliot. J. li. Miller. S. Hayter, J. W. Montgomery, John Allen, J, R. Tindale, Alf. Parker, L. E. Ball, J. Lackey, W. H. Rndge, and C. Stubbings. Minutes of previous meeting wcro read and confirmed. Correspondence A lottcr was read from Captain Bouverie of the -Brigado Office, r Sydney ,- .haying refereucc to^wV annual course of mhsketry^ instruction and notify*^ ing that only one course would be allowed for 1892, dates for which to be arrange^ with j^oes 'Vale Company. The seotatjiiy/peM tlii bolaricft sHcet for the past year, but as tho auditors had only examined a copy of the balance-sheet and not the books of the Company, it was decided on tho motion of Mcssre. Rudgo and Lackoy M That tho books of ...

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THE POLICEMAN AND THE GOAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 15 January 1892

THE POLICEMAN AND THE GOAT ; In the old coaching days of Berrima, in the year 185G, an incident occurred, whioh for originality and humor is worth repeating. I am now writing of tho system then in force in regard to old veterans being appointed constables after serving in the Imperial service, a system which caused many ludicrous and laughable incidents. The following story is one re InfhifT tn nn ? A 63 *9* ...!_ ..... stationed at Berrima in those good old days., This poor old soul was more fitted for the hospitalthan for activo seivice, being ? nearly blind and a cripplo, and also unable to walk without a clump of a stick. Mac's duties, besides official business, was to -meet the mail coaches that arrived at 10 p.m. at the Srictoria ? hotel, which was kept by a Boniface named J. L. It happpened 011 one of tho?c trips, nftcr his usual 'stomach warmers aud gruol,' Mac sauntered along down the road dreaming of tiffs that used to be and old soldiering dayB. Tho .nigKt: was; dark, som...

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SUNDAY NIGHT LECTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 15 January 1892

SUNDAY 'NIGUT:LEGTURES. Mr. . P. McNa'ught do'livei'ed a lectnrf in the School of Arts, Bowival,'last' Sunday night befote a fail1 audience! ' The lecturer took as his subject : w The: Worker : What ought he to be, what cught he to do-? ' He prefaced his remarks with an historical sketch, wiuwiug uut ciuuuieiiy uvBuuieiyy'iuui 01 govern ment ; monarchy^ oligarchy, aristocracy, and pluto cracy, had, in tne.oraer named, been crcatcd by the people for their own government. In answer to the query, ' What; onght, he, to bo?'; the -lecturer affirmed, thati .worship j-Jf .any; of these systems of Government „woukl not tend toenail's elevation. The only hope - for^hin^lay In th^ true form of self worship. J^otcselfishnes^as -yie understand the term) mtt' self respect. By tlils only could the ; worker.be led t'q understand what was best for him | self. To summarise, the answer to tho query what J ought ho to be' ? the iyorker should simply be a man. j Then as to what he ought to do ? First a...

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MOSS VALE POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 13TH. (Before Mr. F. R. Wilshire, P.M., Mr. G. Tate and Mr. J. A. Badgery, J's.P.) J. NORRIS v.G. MCANALLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 15 January 1892

M0S8 VALE JlQZl OJSgfCO U2(T* . ;;;-yEDKE3DA*# v-;v. I (Before Mr. R^fWilsblre, P.^vMr. q^Tato ' and Mr. J; A. Baclgery, J'aJ?,) / ' j ^Ji 'NonntS y4 G.^Mc Anally. This was &' case in which John Morris, of Sutton ; Forcit, proceeded ngainat Georgo McAnally to rc cover the sum of £4 7a fot breaking 20 yards of stone under a contract accepted by McAnally on tho Old Sonth-road. Mr. Latchford appeared for the plaintiff, and Mr. Galo for tho defendant, ..In de ftnee it waa contended that the atone waa two inches deficient, and defendant disputed his liability aa the contract had really been accepted by his son Joseph. Mr. V. J. S. Blnmficld, , resident roads engineer, stated in reply to the bench that ' Joseph McAnally signed a printed request for all monies due from the Government to bo paid to his father's credit in the E.. SM and A, C. Bank, ft r. Latch ford nrgucd from this that defendant had become both principal and agent, hut owing to the conflict ing nature of the ovidcnc...

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MONDAY, JANUARY 11th. Before Mr. J. J. Campbell J.P. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 15 January 1892

Monday, January 11th, Before Mr. J. .L Camnbell. .LP. W. Nowey was. charged under warrant with* having committed an assault on Elizabeth McCann, with intont to commit a rape, Xfcmaqded for two weck9»

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ORIGINAL POETRY. SMILES AND JOYS. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 15 January 1892

ORIGINAL POETRY. 8MILES AKD JOYS. Beautiful morning dawned, On op'ning flowor, Lo*pcd tho \viltl ro:c3, v;hcn Lovo blushed in power. Then an tho nunbeamo played, . ? '.'Winds calmcd av.iillo, While on each ro;o thcro fell Lovo'n BTvectojt cpiilo. * ? v ' ' Wonderful dapple cliy, ' ' Purple oml Gr°y» Shading tho rosea now, Of infant day. 7- ? Gono is tho aunny light, Yot not tho nmile, , For on tho roso loavco, otlll Iiovo ntayo awliilc. Bolcmn tho midnight hour, Silver lto light, Restless tho windo do oweep On in their might. Lovo with tho calms has fled, 'VVny with its charmo , Slcop tho wild roscx' omilcs, . In Love's olaspo l arms, 8o hath a joy ita hour, Lovely lto dawn, ? Life io tho rosea wild, It would ndorn. Short aro tho momenta lent, For It to Bmllo, While In tho calms that aro It stays awhile. \ . Bnt when tho windo do sweep Restless along, Joy fiecs to mem'ry's stono A gilded song. Then aro its happy oinilcs Culled from tnnir atoms, Jewelled in living hearts Beautiful ge...

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GOULBURN QUARTER SESSIONS [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 15 January 1892

G OULB UlOf Q UARTER SESSIONS The Goulburn Quarter Sessions were commenced on Tuesday morning beforo . His Honor Judge Murray. Mr. A. F. Dawson prosecuted for the Crown. Tho following district cases were dealt with : — LARCENY. George McKenzie,' a lad about 1G years, pleaded guilty to having stolen tho sum of £15 3s. and a silver watch and chain, valued at 303., belonging to Benjamin Sladin, on tho 27th October, from the house of Thomas Allen, of Exeter, near Moss Vale. Accased handed in a written statement and was remanded for sentence. ESCAPING FROM DERRIMA GAOL. Georgo Arnibtrong was charged with escaping 1 from Berrima gaol on 30th December last. ° Prisoner pleaded int guilty and waa undefended. He was fouud guilty and remauded for sen tence, INDECENT ASSAULT AT SUTTON FOREST. William Henry Phillips was charged with inde' cently assaulting Sarah Jano Ditton, a girl of U years, at Sutton Forest, on tho 15th December Iastt- Prisoner pleaded not guilty and waa undefended. The caso ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 15 January 1892

TftTTERSftll'S MOBSTER MIE LIST- \ ' AmiinuvGti'rjn .y DDo I Janoaky 2G. 1 I Al\Q Each | 00,000 Subscribers | AtlO Each | FIRST ? 10,000 I 20 at 100 caeh..,2,000 SKCOND ... .1,000 20 „ fiO ,, ...1,000 TilJUD ... 2, 000 I 25 „ 20 „ ... GOO 3. -(iHviilr.il) ... 2,000] 100., 10 ? 1,000 N.S. Divided... _ 3,000 | 100 „ 5 „ ... COO J.css Ten per cent. 203 HXTR:\ ONES. 205 i:; e ?r/r.:^r.ru'Eic:l oa. Fmiiutauy 27. | At 10 Each | 100,000 | At 10 Each \ SulrerUicr). FIRST ? 15,000 fiO at 100 each C.OOO SECOND ... 0,000 CO at 50 ,,...2.500 THIllD ... 2,500 COat-lO ,, ..2,000 S. (divided) ... 3,000 100 at 30 ? 3,000 N.S. (divided)... 4,500 500 at 10 „ ...5,000 500 at G ? 2,500 Lena 10 per ccnt. Asnott&'E-Huraira CD. Maiicii 1. | At 10 E'irh I 25,000 I At 10 Each | FIRST ... 5,000 20 at 50 oach ... 1,000 SECOND ... 1,500 25 „ 20 ? 500 THIRD ... 1,000 100 „ 10 „ ... 1,000 S. Divided... 1,000 10U „ 5 „ ...1,000 N.S. dividtd 1,000 j Leas Ten per ccnt. 2-15 EXTRA ONliS. 245 ta. Please otato...

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RORERTSON SCHOOL OF ARTS. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 15 January 1892

RORERTSON' SCJIOOZ OF AR1S. , ANNUAL MEETING. The fifth annual goncral meeting of the above institution was hold in tho School of Arts on Wed* nesdayevening. The attendance was only-fair owing to the inclement state of the weather. Mr. J. Curtis, V.P., occupied the chair. BRPORT AND BALANCE SHEET. The Becrotary read the following report and balance-sheet, which was unanimously adopted on inc muuoil Ul UIU uuuii iiiiiu uuii i»i. i:uiguauu . — With the closo of another year tho com mitted lay before. tho members of the, institution a report of the loacling features of interest 'during their period of management. As yon will notice by tho balance sheet to be presented to; you the overdraft has Heoh' increased from £134 17s 7d to £138 3s 4d. The heavy expenditure of the year has been caused mainly by improvements in the way of a picket feocc being erected in its proper align ments and painted at a cost of £21 JOs, and tho purchasing of suitable furniture at £15 153 Gd. The library oonta...

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ALLEY-GAITERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 15 January 1892

ALLEY- GAITERS. Smith anil Jonoa woro mombera of tho London Stook Exchange. Smith was ritthar a dull, heavy man, whilo Jono3 wao bright and briot do a boo. Ono day in tho Into muddy woathor in London, Smith had in VAftt.Arl ?n n Ymir nf nn5»ftrn. Thrinn nrn n eaart pair of ga'tora,' oaid Jonoa; 'whoro did you got thorn ?' ' In Obnnt-o Alloy,' ?aid Smith. 'Thon,' anid Jonoa, 'you might call thorn ' Alloy-Gaitora Promptly eaid Jones, ' Smith, capital ! , Tho boot joko v I over hoard iu my lifo. I am going ont to dinner to morrow and will try to romembor it.' At dinner nost dny Smith naid, 'You nil know Jonco, what a funny fellow ho is ? Hesnid a vory Gmart thing youtorday. Whon I told him I bought my j»aitoro in Chango Alloy, he caid * Thon you might call thorn crocodiles I' ' Nobody ltutgliort, oxcopt Smith .Then oaid someono ' Whoro io tho joko ?' ... 'I don't know,' caid Smith, ' I can't ooo it . . now, but yoatordoy I thought it ono of tho best thinga I ovor heavd !' Lord Randolph...

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"HAGGIS." TRACTS FROM A SCOTCHMAN'S DIARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 15 January 1892

t \ 'HAGGIS.' Aacts it.om a Scotchman'^ Diary. 'P _ .ay.— A hilf gill to wash avra' tho cffcct o' 'vrlOf sormon, 3d. ' Midday. — A gill to v.-otma lipa for dog v/hlothn hein' oot after tlio nhcep, Cd. Foregathcrin' \vi' tho ncebom, twr. gillo, I1;. Mair dog whiotlin', a gill, Id. Tuhsday. — A wet mornin', a gill, 0;l (thcro bciu' tome holes in ma plaid). Dog whiatHn', through tlio (lay, twa gill*, lo. Consoling \vi' Joel: Macdonald ov.'cr tlio loss o' hta wifo. four rrilln. 2j. Wednesday. — Marhctday. Forcgathorin'o, cax ? 'gills, Ss. Dog whiotlin' twa gilla. If. ? GUIs wi1 folk I had uao uiiml o' whatovcr, In. Gill wi' tho man that Bang. ' Auld Lang Sync,' 6d. Thoksday. — A gill to try and bring to mind whuur I peeled my IinucUlea in a polcctical argu ment, Gd. Introducing Joel: Macilonald to a likely lass to mako hio cccond wifo, twa jjilla lo. Sundry dog whistlin'o, twa gillo, Id. Fiiiday.— Amang tlio uheop. Fortifyin' maBol' for Sandy M'Lucliio'n wifo'o funoral in tho after noon...

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F. L. BARKER & CO.'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 15 January 1892

F. L. BARKER £ COSS REPORT. Sheepskins, — Market for fulbwooled skins remain firm but shorn pelts aro easier. Quotations : Full woollcd *l^d to 5d, o^couds 2£d to 3£d, green skinu, large, 40d toCOd (topa up tooOd) ; pelts lGd to 18d. Hides.— Tho demand v/aa stronger than at our previous sales, priccs of extra heavy weights being firmer ; primo extra heavies 2$d to 3J«1 ; .good heavies 2(5d to 2Jd ; sloppy heavy 2pd to 2Jd ; medium 2jld to2^i ; best light 2^d to2gd {ordinary 2Jd to 2;?,d ; dry 2d to 3d. Bn-vk^Market easier owing to largo quantities coming to- hind. Beat chopped £7 os. to.t'S17/G; medium qualities £5 12/0 to £0 12/6 ; inferior £-1 to £5 5s. ; bundled £3 \5s. Piga. — Tuo first aalcs after tin Now Year opened very strong, porkers ojlling freely at 4d to 4Jd per lb., but on Friday last, quito contrary to expecta tions, tho market collnpscd, and pricea were eveu lower than thoao ruling prior to tho holidays. I am therefore unablo to quoto bc3t porkers as wortli moro than ...

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READ THE FOLLOWING PROOFS AS TO THE VALUE OF H. H. WARNER & Co'S SAFE REMEDIES. BRIGHT'S DISEASE AGAIN CONQUERED BY "SAFE" CURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 15 January 1892

READ THE FOLLOWING PROOFS A9 TO tCUR VALTJE 03? 11, H. \YAnWETV & CO'6 SAFE REMEDIES. BniOHT'fl DISEASE AOAIII CONQUERED BV 'HAFC' cum:. Saudhurot, Victoria, 22nd Dcccmbor, 1291.— Messrs. II, If. Warner and Co. — Gentlemen, — In giving you n brief hfotory of my recent illncca, which after incrcacing in intensity, during n period of about A yearn, finally culminated In Bright g dia caco of the kidnoyo, r.ccompinicd by enlargement and pain in tlio liver ; I will first nllndo to tho chief oymptomo. Thcso wcro Vertigo, Slcoplunancns, g^cat scuiincnt in inc urine, eweutng and uropsy in tho ancles, extreme weakness and debility, co an to bo uuablo to walk CO yards upbill, great Iocs in weight, cto. Mcdical advice wao cought at coveral limeo, aud from many courccs, hut all to no pur* pose, co far aa any gcod cficcts wcro produced, and finally seeing no improvement in my condition, but rather tho reverse, 1 wan persuaded by come mem bers of my family to try your cafo euro and safe p...

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ON THE DEATH OF H.R.H. THE DUKE OF CLARENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 19 January 1892

ff' ? ?— ? ? ? OK THE DEATH OF II K.H. THE DUKE Or CLARENCE. The death of Ins Royal Highness tho Dulco 'of Clnronce will produce a profound sciisntion and ft feeling of sincere regret throughout tho Empire. Although Iler Mnjnsty'u sub jects everywhere have been advised of his illness, and its increasing seriousness, the public has not been prepared for such a sud denness in its tenninu'ion. Influenza has indeed shown its power of destruc'.ion, strik ing, one would almost think, more se.vi'ivly the mansion of the great than the cottage of the poor ; but the public mind has hardly yetienlised that it 13 other than the influenza of onr earlier experiences ; and what, with the buoyancy of youth on his side, and the car^ as woll 'as the skill by which the Royal stiflerer was surrounded, there could have 1 been few who aivicipated such a lamentable | result to the. nttuck. A s ight cold, caught i\t the funeral of his relative, the late Count Gleichcn— so slight as not to prevent his going...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 19 January 1892

Photography. — Mr. Sibert, the well-known photographer, whoso reputation for over thirty years has established' him n favorite, ia now at Bowral, where ho ha3 erected, at great expense, a studio, which will enable him to turn out work superior to anything in-tho district. Everybody is invited to hia studio to judgo for them selves. Satisfaction guaranteed. Photos taken by instantaneous process. All work beautifully enamelled, nnd thereby prevented from fading. Sydney prices. No photographer named John Small, Henry Hay, or William Jackson is in my employ, or in any way connected with my firm. £10 reward will bo paid for information of any pbotorr-rrr ^ ^5'unfC K.^.rv^or work in my naine^ iVnL I Lf U'^ed form of receipt e- A. Sibert, photogrfTyi fn \ ' ^^yT'al. Wr ?: jm SH 151 (PND, «-!«. y*r»L (JSN covcrv^^^t^^UlgF t'iciuK/F THE llWohijrtiLE BEA&STMJ-ID). Programme : 1. Opening Handicap. 100yds. First prize, £1 ; Second, 53. Entranco, Is Gd. 2. Band Handicap, 125yds. First pr...

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F. L. BARKER & CO.'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 19 January 1892

F. L. BARKER Sf COSS REPORT. Sheepskina. — Market forfull-woolcd skins remain firm but shorn pelts arc easier. Quotations : Fuli-, woolled 4£d to 5d, seconds 2$d to 3Jd, green skinst' larffe, 40d to 50d (tops up to 59d) ; pelts IGd to 18d. Hides. — The demand waa stronger than at our previous salt's, prices of extra heavy weights being firmer ; prime extra heavies 2gd to 3£d ; good heavies 2gd to 2;£d ; sloppy heavy 2{Jd to 2^d ; medium 2ijd to 2M1 ; beat light 2£d to 2§d ; ordinary 2.| d to 2j]d ; dry 2d to 3d. Bark. — Market easier owing to largo quantities coming to hand. Best chopped £7 5?. to £8 J 7/6 ; medium qualities £5 12/G to £G 12/G ; inferior £\ to £5 5s. ; bundled £3 15s. Pigs. — Tho first sale3 after thsNew Year opened very strong, porkers selling freely nt 4d to 4Ad per lb., but on Friday last, quite contrary to expecta tions, tho market collapsed, aud pricc3 wore even lower than thoso ruling prior to tho holidays. I am therefore unable to quote be3t porkers as worth ...

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