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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 20 September 1892

HjOCj&II small dneacntl. Crown* Lands S*le, — To-morrow (Wednesday) Mr. Clifford will offer by auction at tho Court House, Moss Valo, nina lota the parish of Ynrrunpa nnd fivo lot3 in the parlqli of Burrawang. fioiiEUT.soN Mails.— In fntuvc tlfc mail to Kobott Bon will he despatched at 6.30. a.m. daily, except Sundayo. The mails will leave Robertson as usual with the exception of Sunday, when there will bo no deonatch, A Gesetious Doner.— Mr. Edward Goodridgo of the Royal Hotel, has presented a trophy value £7 7s to the Southern Rifle Association to ho com peted for at the next meeting. If others iu the district follow such an example thero will bo a good prize list this year. Buiirawang Parsonage Fond.— On Thursday afternoon tho committee of ladies met at the Burrawang. Parsonage ior their weeekly sewing mooting, when thero wcro present : — Mesdames Tildsley, Baxter, Lawlcr, Turubull, Irvine, Parker, Dingwall, and Myerson, and Misses Yonge, Law* lcr, Hayter, and Turner. The...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Carl Dunder's Philosophy. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 20 September 1892

(Dtwl DDuHder's Philosophy. Sometimes a young man comos to mo und say3 ho likos advice ash to his future.- I say to him : '.Shpoalc dor truth — bo honGst — bo tem perate und koop oildt of debt.' He goes ri^ht away urid trios to be nomi nated for office, und maypo in six months lie vims in sha l for embezzlemont. Therefore I belief it vhas best to sponk to young mans who liko advice : ' Go und do shuat liko you want to do und you will be all richt. Sometimoa a girl brings tno hor album und onys oho likes mo to wiito in it. I litco'to oblige hor, and 00 I writo : 'If you expect to bo happy in dor parlour you must practice economy in dor kitchen.' Dor nest time I soo dnt album dt t page vhno cut oudt Und dot girl vlias t'llinrr people dot somo old Duchmnns vhas shust too cranky to livo. Therefore I boliof it vhas botter to writo in that album i — 'Find a rich und foclish young man — marry him— si*, down iu dor parlor— lot de kitchon go py Halifax, und you will lif one hooncrod yonro un...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BREVIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 20 September 1892

GB EEEVHA; '.'I To-morrow (WeJnesdiy) will bo celebrated bv tho Jewish community ns New Year's Day.: ' ; , Ratepayers aro rominded that they cannot voto unless rates aro paid up. ' . , The who'o of tho rents secured from pastoral leases last year did not amount to lulf /million pounds. Mo runs of tho' whole colony wero assessed at only £102, 22ft. T^'/^jVEyejy Convenionoo, Hot Water, o f? Tont free— Bowral, October 3rd. binlting oporations commonoo this week at tho shaft. on tho property of tho Mittagong Land Com '?Impartial' writes :—u I am a member of the ~ Berrima District Agricultural Society and haro done my best for its interests for many years. At tho la3t monthly meottng 1 noticed that tho right to sell the booth licences was given without question to Mr. Taylor. 1 know that thero is no feo attached but there is a certain amount of prcstlgo nnd oven picking resultant tharofrom. As thero arc at least half-a-dozen othor auctioneers in tho district why not givo all such as arc ...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SHELWOOD! CHAPTER XII. HOW THE DOCTOR CURED BOB. (CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 20 September 1892

SHELWOOD i ~ [By E. J. COOLING.] CHAPTER XII. How the Door.nt Cored Bod. i CONTINUED^. Neit mavocl a f.ivr pneos nwny. 'Djn't eomo near me,' alio ciod, ' I wonilor you woro not ashnmod to wnlk homo 111 such n, plight ; you li-ok quito diizrncoful, hir; — ' wherevor hnyo you boon?' Oh, number ono first ; woll I'vo been out visiting.' 'Visiting, in that prn.ir, oh EoRinnM !' -? Mv donr. vou dulu't lot mo finish : I'vo heon visiting pntionts, and swarapn ; to oet lirokon liml s. nnd swamps, to catch loaches, would you liko to seo thorn. Nest ? I hivo somo very fino spocimons,' nnd he attempted to open his tin liox. Nost sc-earaod, nud rnn insido, from tho dootor. ?' Why Nca1, one would thinlc I had a cil lection of snakes, tho way you mako off from ! me ; hut I am nearly staivingjis breakfast I tendv ?' ' Ii will ho roidy for you as noun as you aro mndv for it ro liotl his wifo. nnd tho dootor diking tlio hint rotirorl upstuirs to mako himsolf prcsontnblo to apponr nt tho breakfast tab...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Bowral Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 20 September 1892

- CSowral CoimciH. v - rr.-' ij p At a special mcetinp of the Bowral Council, held 011 Thursday evening last,- thero were present— Alderman Holmes (Mayor),' Bissaktr, Campbell, Cobb, Harrison, nnd Rice. A letter from tho Colonial Secretary's office gave the Governor's consent to borrow £7000 for pur chase of gasworks. .. On the motion of Aldermen Rice and Bissaker tho .Mayor's Minuto was adopted, as follows ?— .that a solicitor bo appointed to carry out tho necessary arrangements in connection with the cas works.' ° Oil tho motion of Aldermen Rice and Cobb, Mr. 'U. C, Gale was appointed solicitor.

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Selected Poetry. A STRIKE. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 20 September 1892

? ? v gclcctoil - Poetry. : ! A STRIKE. Bv MAtlOAtlUT E. SAKO&TF.n. Hushed the hammer nud mallet, Hushed tho picl; nnd tho drill j Tho work and tho wnpo of tho quaines Stopped bv n word at will. Men with a prim dccimon Written on hp and brow ?' ? Yesterday* all wno notion, Silenco and waiting now. Vcsceln lyina nt anchor, Loaded with ctono rouRh-hown ; Bllenco brooding above them, . Silenco with curses otrown. The otroncj arm limp nnd nerveless, Tlio lull purnn hhe tho lean ; Somowhero, God knows, a blunder, As the angola watch unseen. .. Tho anpela watch and wonder, An I tho wo nan who fools them noar, Ponders tho etrnn^c condition Wilh pnlr.ca that throh with fear. Tlie wrong nnd tho richt nbout it Aro strangely mixed in her mind, ForMio restn her faith on tho Go.l ahovo And not on a fate unlnnd. And over and over nho murmurs, Pondering Into nnd noon, The terrible ntnho it must fall nliko On tho bnbcrj wliom tho mothers croon. And on wotnni heavy-hearted, From tho hearth w...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Robertson Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 20 September 1892

nSobertsom IPoJice (Court, ? Thursday.— Before F R Wilshiro.p.M., T.Seery and J. Grice, Je. P. - ? , William Hill, for neglecting to send, three chil dren to Wild a Meadow School, waB .fined ls 'f.r each child and costs of court. *- W- v. T, Hotherington. Breach of Im pounding Act Owing to a death in plaintiff's Charles Tildsloy v. Georgo Charles, to obtain possession of a farm. ? - ? ? . . Mr._ Galo appeared for plaintiff. Plaintiff dopoced that ho gavo defendant per mission to livo iu a house on the farm, provided he looked aftor the cattlo and kept other stock out aud said that ho might let or sell the farm. 3ent an agent to demand possession and afterwards to servo a notico to quit on September 10,- but do. fondent refused to go. To defendant : Did not jet the farm to you on tho halves ; I don't know yon in the matter, as it was Mrs. Charlea I gavo permission to live in tho house. ? 1 ' J. J. Walsh deposed that ha served a notice 'to quit the premises on Mrs. Charles, by order o...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 20 September 1892

B£oss Yale. Livery Stables, MR. S. FR ASER having purchased tho business, together with the many valuable Horses and Vehicles, from Mr. J. D Akmfikld, begs to announce that he is proparcd to execute all orders entrusted to him, and hopes, by strict attention to business, to merit a fair sliiro of public p.vtronace. CHARGES MODERA CE. S. FRASER, Proprietor. JOHN WIGHT, M.P.8., KIkmcaEi IBai.!., MITTAGONG. Nearly Ticenty Tears Established in the XJistriot Children's Specialist, Skin Affections, &c., &c. Private and Confidential Afflictions treated with tlio greatest Secrecy nnd the utmost Reliability. No unnecessary Expenso. No humbug. But the Benefit of lung Experience nnd successful Practice. PRIVATE MEDICINES, 21/. Ad-lretr— ' Private Box,' no aljovoa. If Important Reci8tor X-etter. BE CERTAIN OF DESIRED ? ? To Contractors, &e. FOR SALE— STONE (any quantity), unbroken or broken to any gauge, Delivered to any part of tho district, nt tlio lowest rates. Apply-...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
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Supposed Cattle Stealing. SMART CAPTURE BY THE POLICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 20 September 1892

'/SapposM -DMMo Stealing:? - SMART CAPTURE. BV THE POLTCE.v' T' A few days ago Mr. R. Tuinbull and Mm. Elizabeth Baxtor reported to tho polico' a't 'Slosa Valo that they had lost 'two cows. From enquiries mado tho polico suspected a man named' 'James - Thomas Dillon, a cattlo dealer. Ho v/as 'trace'd t'o j Cootamiii dra nnd Senior-Sergeant Fowler coA. munioated Alith Sonior-Sergtant McGiiiro tlldre, who succecdl'd in arresting Dillon on . Friday night and rocovci lug elovon head of oattle. ? Thd pofloe havo since found that H. Taylor nnd' M. Ward -Jf Moss Valo, ]-,. Moses of Wild'a Moadow and Georgo liurney of Robertson have missed cattlo. ' 'Me'sfars Taylor and Hoare's cattlo havo beon identified '' - ' among tho30 rooovorod. In 1891 Dillon'was'dharged'-^1' ) at tho Goulburn Sessions with fraudulently MlUtfa / mortgaged catlle, but was ncfjuittf^,, '» 4 1

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 20 September 1892

g«if ifscie * f 0Ba€g® : Rigorous Criminal Prosecution to all Offenders. I X SON ft SONS are again compelled to warn Smokors, asking thfm to mako sure that 'they biry'tho Genuine Conqueror. Cn refill ly see tflant every plug sIiowm a deep, clear - polished imprcNmion uiidcruentlr I he teg-erery plug ott C«m-jniier©r 5s flogged. Dishonest traders hove ronovrol llie practice of mixing inferior tobaccos in with genuine Conqueror, and taggiug it with Conqueror Tags, . ? . . ; Dixsoisr and .sons, MANUFACTURERS OF . ? The Conqueror and Sir Roger Tobaccos. ^^^ROMES UNIVERSAL DRUG CO Bakiuc Poyiur Cvnnt 5mtt5 Dhihfectimc PovuemIK I '0a . 1 -D E \ j=n PcnnjMEfiYZiioacT Rcouisitcs ; Snow Room / j= k@ , QB .* a/ I ? IP' C' .^MfeJg^ikft»roiET«»vMeoieiwe» * U ftnev Sat.,. - -i J : ? W:; =-? f'l /? PH rv ?. I iLi11 }\ i±- IS55' : asQaitatj^ pmr' ^ « fVERSAL B! fl Q f)7f) M I THE GREAT NERVE AND BRAIN TONIC IS HADE FHOU THE lUcUlUlN ! RECIPE OF A CELEBRATED GERMAN PHYSICIAN toothing Powders, FOR C...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 20 September 1892

Special Adveriflncmieiisiln H. RICHfflffiWIii MOSS Y\LE, ffpholsteror, Frcnch jMislior, Piclnro I'rmnor. -T:c. A LAKGE Stock ot Furniture, Bedsteads nnd jCjL Bedding, Carpet?, Mattinr?, Linoleum, Door &c., always on hand. spring Roller nud Vmtlftn Blinds/ mr.de end fitted or repaired. COMMERCIAL GAf«T COM P AN Y. «3-EP .OTT2DrJIU'tr, Established 183}. Incorporated 1SJ3. Hoad Qflco : ' : OYBIIEY. CAPITAL ? £t]UO,OOQ RESERVE FUIJD ? £030.000 Total ? :'1,430!000 tar Branches throughout Now South Wales ami . Queensland. Agcnccs throughout the world. All osual Banking ISusiiic:s transacted. . ? noss VALE DRAITCH. E. EVEIIARD ROW, Manaoku. W, H, PALING & 007~ EstAOUSnCD 185?. ISCOnPOBATBD 1S83, -r ' til?0 Solo Agents for PIANOS hy Stenuvay nnd Sons, Jnlius Feurieh, Uohcl and Lechlciter, Carl Ecke, The Victor, Tim Belling ; and for the world-renowned E.Sl'EY ORGANS nnd Booooy'o 15 r a o a Band Instruments. Universal Providorsof PIANOFORTES, ORGANS. MUSIC, nnd MUSICAL INSTRU...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 20 September 1892

%e |knittnm\ TERLIS ' Subscription 2/G per quarter prepaid ; 5»/- i hooked ; charged 011X5 from tho time of commencinc Qnartero end March 31, Juno 30, September 3C JDeoemher 31, at which periods only can subscriber decline by giving a wceU'o notice in writing dircc to the office — not through local collector — am paying to the then running quarter. ADTKivnsEMnNTfl— ot lens than one inch, !/? to ? the finjt tv»o linen and 3d. per line after : longr advertisements, 3/- for the first inch and 1/Gfo crery subsequent inch. A liberal reduction mad) ©r standing advertisements. Advertisements o births, .mat riag^o, and deaths, if ocnt by pnst, musi he authenticated by the cigunturc cf eoine persor hnown at the office, or they will not be inserted. Advertisements vr ill be received up to 6 p.m. or day of publication. The number of insertion? should he V7ritten 011 tho face, or the advertise ments trill be continued till countermanded. Orders for withdrawing, altering, or changing advertiseme...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
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STRAY NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 20 September 1892

STRAY [3 PTES* (By Scrutator ) The groat nnd loading question put to j every iateudiog candidate for municipal honors has been: IE nominated, for whose | quarry will you vote in favour of tho Council | purchasing ? ! it ^ i An intelligent J) but soomingly deeply | intoxicated Chinaman parade 1 at tho Moss , Valo Railway Station tho othor night, and confronting us informed: 'Me no likee Mossy Yale. Mo holly sict:. Mo go now.' 1 Wo hoard a hyutandor violently QugR03t that John should go to a profauo locality ; but after dropping a fow incohoront phrases and saying u Mocomoo backbimoby nftor longeo tine,' John gnzod around placidly and then withdrow to unouro his ticktt. AVhon John got into tho tram ho pickod a carriage wherein was a brothor Mongolian and then commenced an ostromely animated convorsa lion characterized by tho usual shrill volubility which only Chinamen and fighting alderman can oxchnugo. It is to bo hoped that he roaohod tho ond of his journey with out getting kicked b...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MR. C. L. NICHOLSON. J.P. and OURSELVES. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 20 September 1892

MR. O. L. NICHOLSON, J.P. nnJ OUR SELVES. In out lnat ionuo wo publianorl a lottor from Mr. O. L. Niohomon in roply to nomo otrioturoamndn by 'Scrutator ' upon cortnin uttornnoos t.l that gontlomau roflootinp; upon tho Bowral polio in n court caoo hoard boforo him rtoamngiatrnto. Mr. Nicholson lmo since v/ritton to a contompornry declaring thnt tho editor oi: thio papou ' took upon himoolf to nip.nipulau. is fhirj lottor) eonsiderabli/,'. rind tlmt we 'toolc tlio pith out of it '' i\Tos ' our renders must bo nwnrc that the woilc of uri editor is often ns important in the matter of whnfc should bo kept out of a paper as to that which goes in. At times it is very proper and necessary to eliminate or to make emandations ill contributions forwarded to the press. Sometimes this arises from correspondents disregarding truth ; sometimes on account of prolixity of nrgument; nometimeson account of tlie bitter nsssof thelansguncgeinclulged spiteful personal statements and unsupported charges ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 20 September 1892

WANTED. MOSS VALE MUSICAL SOCIETY. ? mO HIRE tho use of PIANO forahovo Society. JL Fov particulars apply S. WALTER HODGE ^ Fon. Sco. Wanted. ; MAN to travel with STALLION for sonson. Apply J. 11A ODIN. . MO-iS' VALI3. ? FOR, SALE. B1INRC0UXTRV RESIDENTCE ne.ir Mo^s Valo, about 3)3ac'c9 .'.and, aplon-lid House, Gir» don. Orchard, Stahlcs. &c.. A:c EisyTorms. Pull pai tlunlaw can bo 'ihtuncd from - * ? PITT, SON' & BAD3ERY,- TiTir., . . ; ! V Sydney. * D CLtrrORD ? Most Valo. ' NO'rTc¥r ; ? . - '? '' v:-' x v I - W. OROOIN, give JOHN' TILLY authority to , COLLHCT all MO^UY owing to ino/ t W. GUOGIN*. Abordcon, 3iiptoml)or 2, 1892 GRAND ENTERTAINMENT MINSTRELSY, OLIO, ANT) . : ?BUXLT38ft1JE. WAVES OP MELODY, ripples of Merriment, ,. . PEALS OP LAUGHTER.; | . IB Alit, ' i . Jffloss Vale, On WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 28. Mo?s Vale School of Arts nnd - *n ? . i District llo.«]-ital Benefit. ? , THE.MIH8TBHSY.'MiaTii, & MELODY GLOB Muiictl Conductor ... ... Mr. T, Loverulga ...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 20 September 1892

iMven-ttiioemmeinite. TO ADVERTISERS— Ordcra for Advertise meuta in tho Sciiutinkeii should, in all instancca, havo tho Number 01 Insertions, for wliioh thoy aro intended plainly written 011 tho face of the copy, othcrwiso they will bo continued until, countermanded, i.id charged acconlinidy. In. dividual members, ordering on bshnlf of any I Society or Club, aro themselves held responsible for payment. ? ? ? A I.OC A L AllCHIlhCl of cxpcrlcnco dis- 1 engaged. Wishes supervision of gentleman's reoidonco. Apply PRACTICAL, P.O., BOWRAL. 1 Jp 'O A \\ 1. 1- iv. ami upwards may be mado by [O .'V either box working evonings and taking oulfciG fm lis. Pornianont work if required. En closo envelope for particulars. Noveltv Iiil'ORT. ixc. Co.Mi'ANV, Sydnoy. rnO LET. 111 MOSS VALE thn Buililm? iccontly JL occupiod by tho Government as a l'ost-otlioo. Apflj- for partiou ars to- . f Mn, I. S. PONDER, 1 r.s.fcAC muit.

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Robertson. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 20 September 1892

HKobertsoii. (From Our Correspondent.). It ia with feelings of rcgrot wo havo to chronicle tho death of Miss Annie White, youngest daughter of Mr. W. Whito. Deceased had been ailing for some timo 'past, and for tho lost few weeks had been iu Sydney under treatment. She was return ing home on Tuesday evening, but got no further than Bowral, wlicro alio died on Wednesday nt 7 a.m. Tlio funeral took place at the Bowral Wcs« leyan Cenotory on Thursday, the Rev. J. Fogaan olliciating at th.9 gravo. Deceased was 21 yeara of age. An all'day par.ado of C Troop cavalry took plaoo on &aturaay ir.3t, thero being a good inuater. Warrant-officer Thompson, Stair-sergeant Stanley, Captain Walters, and Lieutenant McEvilly were present. A shooting contest will trke place on tho Bur* rawang rifle range botweon a team of C Troop cavalry, nnd Burrawang Iliflc Reserves on Satur day, 24th instint. Tho following will represent tho C Troop : —Captain Wultors, Sorgeaut Blen* cowc, Corporal Sccry, Ln...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
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Bundanoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 20 September 1892

[?] (Er om our Correspondent) . Tin; Makui.an Entektaivmest. — The nundanoon Mutual Improvement Class, to number of twenty, travelled to Marulan on Saturday last to givo an enterciunincnt in aid of Mr. John Dyer and family. Financially | it was a total failure, not enough coming to I the performance to pay expenses, which, con sidering the object for which it was given, speaks little, ns to tho largo hearted ness of tho Marulnnitcs. In spito of the small auenciuiics tno programme, wnn ono exeep tion, was gone through, and from tho applause received showed that tho efforts of the per formers was appreciated. The concert was held m tbo Oddfellow's Hull, which was kindly lent by the committee for I he occasion free of expense. Tho programme consisted of the following items:— Parti — Overture, by Mrs. ^Nicholas, was well received ; Grena dier Band, by company in full costume, was well given, and a repetition of tho item wis demanded. Miss Jones then sail sr, ''What shall I say,' and in ...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
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Advertising in America. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 20 September 1892

Advertising in Auucricn. Tho idea that thoro could bo such a thing na bad tosto in tho matter of advoitismg never crosses tho American mind. A cartain chocolate manufacturer, for instance, guaran teed a good- income to tho fnmily of a notorious crim:nal who was under sentence of doalh becauso ho (tho criminul). imme diately boforo his oxoctition, uttorod at his last words into tho phonograph, ' Tho best chocolate ia thnt of Mr. ? . It hns been my last solace on earth.' Tho first thing is to find tho most conspicu ous namo for tho now articlo, a name which shows ot onco that it would bo impossible to surpass tho nrtielo's f.ood qualities. Tho word 'standard'' plays nn .oxtraordinar.y port. Thore are ' standard toothbrushes,' 'standard ?writing-niaohinos,' 'standard' overythinjjs. Another variety is ' elite shoe blacking,' palaca insect powder.' &n. Many shops havo as part of :heir dovico tho letters ' I.X.L.,' to bo interpreted ns ' I excel.' [lUUUBll UIUBb i.lgUWU. woodcuts ...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
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Mittagong Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 20 September 1892

EMfcisgoiiK (Doiiiuci!. At the ordinary meeting held 011 Wednes day last there were present — Aldenven ?Richards (Mayor), Viles, Mealing, Dawson, Middleton, Snowden, Draper and Mandelson. A letter was read from Mr. J. White, asking permission to bury nightsoil on hi3 vacant land in Louisa.street. - Alderman Dawson moved and- Alderman Snowden seconded, that permission bo granted. . I Aldormnn Viles objected to tho motion I boing put inasmuch as a motion had already been passed making it necessary for a poison I to have hnlf-nivacrc of land before they could 1 dispose of nightsoil. Mr. Waite's laud wna 1 not of tlitvl extent, It was. decided that the Inspector of Nuis ances report on tho maltor Mrs, Rudland was allowed to oroct new gates and fence at the Nattai Hotel. A letter from the Rev. F C. Williams, J. Goudie, and Messrs. Bluett, Ililder, Wright, J. and T. Edwards, and 11. S nowden, draw ing attention to the bad condition of Alfred Lane and requesting that it bo formed, was refe...

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