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

f'yV. V ©ovbrmmem!iAl^«6Bce®. 'V - ' ?*' ' ' Koad& Oflics/ 22nd March, 1892. THRESH TENDERS will bo received by tho - J?' C.P.S. ei thecOPUST HOUSE, Mono Vale, up to 10 a;m.«a MONDAY, 11t\i APjjIL, {or tho following contrirn'o. 8nccifirfT'Mo!)3'aiay bo occn at the Coart Hoi fcuMona Valo \f:\ i| 92-2 and 92-1, Main Soutn-jntRoacl — Mainten- ance metal. * \ The lowest tenderer must, no ooon :v; called npon, deposit 5 per cent, of bio tender before it will bo ?Dnsiderod. V. J. S. BLOMFItiLD, Resident Engineer. TENDERS 101 f EICIM. TENDERS ore called for FENCING lota 17 and 19, and Loto 20 to 22^|(inelnaivo) of tho Throsby I'arlc Eatato.aa por tj'^iollowinjj opeeifica tions : — Poata 4ft CiMnbovn/;round, 2£t pin below, 4Jin thiclr, frco of i ' p, C^wido fl foils (tv,-o) 2Jin thick, free of cap, n/rjido, 8ftJ iirdong, wood to be best string bad y with a go^j t |»^)nldor to the rails. PreselSufonco along rp-id Ijrosjuna in Lot 19 te bo moved tferatern bopi'iyw!. l'Uller informa ti...

Publication Title: Scrutineer, The
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Robertson Agricultural] Society. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 22 March 1892

Dlobertsoii AgricinEtiiriiil Society. The monthly meeting of the committee of the Agricultural Society was held in the School of Arts on Thursday evening last, there being present — Messrs J. K Williams (chairman), R. wvay, W. \Vhite, R. M. Graham, J. Curtis, F. Tatlow, and R. G. Ferguson (lion, sec.) . Letters of apology were read from Messrs. Kidd, McCourt, Cullen, and Lyne, As.P., stating their inability to attend tho show ; also from the Depart ?merit of Agriculture stating that Mr. J. Fitzgerald | had been appointed Inspector of Agricultural Societies. v The following accounts in connection with tho lato show wcrepngsid for payment Prize money, £329 15s fid (less items unuer protest) ; r. iuurpny, £20 7s;0. Graham, £8: T. Jones, £2 10s ; \V. Graham, £23s0d; E. Bnrsill, £1 17»0d; J. S. Armstrong, £1 5s ; P. Campbell, £1 7s Gd ; Ball and Co., £1 ; G. Armfield, £1 ; J. Messingham, £1. Mr. T. Jones protested against tho payment of prizo money to Mr. H. Akers for collection of peach...

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Robertson. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 22 March 1892

. Robertson. On Tuoaday last Messrs. Hayter and Graham con ducted a clearing out salo on account of Mr. James 1 Boicon, tho ca'ttlo averaging £G 0/3 per head. On Friday Mr. V. L. Dymocl:, in conjunction with Mr. , R. M. Graham, held a very successful sale on account of Mr. 11. I-. Williams, tho goodwill of the . place with four years to run, tl.e purchaser being Mr. A Kiikland of Uobcrtori I'arlc, for £00. Ninety , cows were sold from £13 downwards, a.crnging ±5 . per licad ; heifers realised from £4 to £0 l!Js. ; tho ' two-year-old ptizo bull was passed in at £17, not, reaching the owner's reserve ; the yearling bull was | sold for £11 103, and bull calf £6 10s. ; other young , bulls woro sold from £3 103. Owing to the salo commencing rather late on accountof tho rain it was ] derided to postpone tho remainder till later on. At the final reading of conference stations tho Rev | J, lilies Colwell goes to Narandcra, and is succeeded here by the Rev. Samuel Macdade.

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Address to the Rev. Mr Debenham. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 22 March 1892

Address to tlie Kev. Mr Iftebeiilmiu. The following address which is lyingfor aignaturos at the residence of the Dean of Sydney, Menigang. street, Bowral, .has been handed to us for publica tion.* It lias alroady been sipned by several leading residents Bowral, March 17th, 1892 To tho Rov. J. W. Debenham, M.A., Incumbent of St. Simon bnd St. Jude's Bowral. 'car Mr. ueoennam,— we tlio unrtersignou resi dents parishioners and members of your congrega tion having learnt that, at tho public meeting which was held last ovening with reference to your action iu obtaining tho assistance of a curate without consulting tlio parishioners, in tho course of the ex. planntion given by you, you frankly admitted that it was an error ou your part not to have taken couu* sel with them as those who mighi bo expected to provide the salary of such curato : wo desire, . in view ot that admission, to assure you of our earnest desiro and purpose to co operate with you in all that tends to promote the harmo...

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The Southern Express. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 22 March 1892

The Southern Express. For some time p.*st the express has been stopping at the Burradoo platform on Friday nights. Mr. ! McGowan, M.P. for Redfern. is under tne impres* : sion this is done to meet the convenience of two or 1 three gcutlcmcn, and has elicited the following replies to some questions : — 1. Does the Sydney to Melbourne express stop at Burradoo platform every Friday night, and, if so, is not the Bowral station, a regular stopping place, only ono mile distant? 2. Is a similar privilege granted to people wishing fft nil, l.t of nlonno K\rn 9 3. Will ho supply the named of the people who usually leave the express at Burradoo on Friday ? 4. Is it a fact that the railway authorities have declined to slop tho express at places not timed in the time-table, for the convenience of invalids who' are too weak to bear the journey in slower, trains ? Mr. See answered : — 1. The train ia publicly announced in the time tables to 'call at Burradoo on Friday nights to set down passenger...

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

Certainly tho best mcdicino known is SANDER and SONS' EUCALYPTI EXTRACT. Teat its eminently powerful effects in coughs, cclds, in fluenza i the relief is instantcnous. In 6crious oases and accidents of all kinds, bo they wounds burns, scoldings, bruises, sprains it is the safest remedy — no swelling — no inllammation. Lato suprising effects produced in croup, diphtheria, bronchitis, inflammation of tho lungs, Bwcllings. &c., diarrhiea, dysentry, diseases of the kidneys and urinary organs. In uso at hospitals and clinics all over the world ; patronised by flis Majesty tho King of Italy ; crowned with medal and diploma tio Intcrnaitonal Exhibition, Amsterdam. Trust to au approved article and reject all others. PnoTOfiR.u'HY. — Mr. Sibert, tho well-known photographer, whoso reputation for over thirty yrtua has established him .n favorite, is now at llowial, where ho has erected, at great expense, a Btudio, which will (.liable him to turn out work superior to anything in tho dis...

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THE WINDSOR TRAGEDY. LONDON, March 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 22 March 1892

Trnnnii wimiiDsciDm SSi/d/io/ .Vornino Herald Correanondcut.l London, March 18. I Albert Deeming, of Birkenhead, a brother of tho 1 man F. B.^ Deeming, who is believed to bo identical | with Williams, the allogcd Windsor murderer, lias , testified lint he had an cxtnordinary dream soven months ago. Ho declares that he dreamed that his sister-in-law and her children were inurdcrered. Tlio statement has caused a sensation in Livei pool. The funeral of tho victims of the Rainford murder took place to-day, and wa3 witnessed by 10,000 persons. Tho clothing found in the boxes which wero des patchcd to Plymouth from Denham Villa, Rainhill, at the time of the murder, has been examined. It was found to cont.iin a good deal of apparel belong ing to children. Number of children's toys were also found amongst tho blood-stained clothes. Mr. Henry Matthews, Q.C.. Home Secretary, was questioned iu the House of Commons this evening in reference to the perpetrator of the Rain hill tragedy. He stated...

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Our Dairy Produce Trade. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 22 March 1892

®nr UPaia'y IPhmmImcc TTnuUe. Further proof of tho stoady development of our dkiry produce trade 13 forthcoming in the opening of tho vast now premises, of Foley Brothora, in Sussex streot, Sydney. This, ono of the old-established and reput. able firms of commission agonts, have for tho past two yoara trono onorgotioally into the exportation of dairy produce, and it is through their oxertiono and tho exertions of j tho co-opomtivo companies that we must ottributotho norfoct rovolution that has taken placo in tho farm and dairy produce trade olllhincountry. Mesoro Foley Brothers eome twolvo montho ngo lnunchod out vigor. - ously and liborally, Guaranteeing a good fixed profit on all buttor sent to them for sole or export. Oil nctual shipments they ; : : . guarantep tho favmoru a fixod profit, ard the balanco, if any, on all Dales in tho London markot. Thio was o now and pluoky move ment, and do might havo boon expected, won ? t v for the firm an incroaood trado. It is now satisfactor...

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Local News. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 22 March 1892

DiOcal Kews. Tho Roman Catholic Bazaar recently concludcd at Mittagong realised £135, The Hon. J. Kidd is at present attending tho Intercolonial Postal Coufcrcnco at Hobart. Mr. W. Jones's contract for enlarging tho Royal Hotel, Moss Vale, amounts to just over £1,500. The School of Arts building will be finished in a week ready for opening by the Governor early next month. Tho Mittagong Horticultural iSocicty has pre* Bcntcu the widow ot tho late .1. I'j. o. Murphy with an address of condolcucc. The deceased gentleman acted a3 treasurer to tho society for many years. A few days ago Mr. Livingston, of Burradoo, met with a painful accident. It appears that he fell from a tree in his grounds, breaking bis arm and otherwise sustaining a severe shock to tho system . W. Holland, of Robertson, has been awarded the special prize of £1 lsM given by Mr. 15. Moses for the person taking tho greatest number of awards in the pavilion. Mr. Holland secured 28 prizes. At St. John's Church, Moss Vale...

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F. L. Barker Co.'s Report. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 22 March 1892

F. Hi. CBiirEsei- c& Oo.'s OEc.port. Sheepskins— Market unchanged. Quotations: Dry full woollcd superior skins up to 5d ; ordinary, 4$ to 4^ ; medium, 3£d to 4d ; shorts, 2d to 3Jd per lb. Green skins — First up to 50d ; pelts and shorts, lOd to 20d each. Hides — Prime heavies in good demand ; market steady for other descriptions. Quotations : Prime extra heavies, 3d to 3£d ; good heavies 2Jd to 2gd ; sloppy and ordinary heavies, 24d to 2£d ; medium, 2i|d to 2£d, best light, 2jjd to 2^d ; ordinary light, 24 d to 2jjd ; dry, 2d to 3d. Bark — No improvement to quote. Large con signments coming to baud, which tends to weaker ' tho market, ucsc southern chopped, to 1 /s Od to I £7 14 ; medium £4 15s to £G 12a Gd ; inferior £1 I to £4 5s per tou. I Calves — Market glutted, only very prime vealcrs 1 saleable. Pigs — Market unsteady. However, the rough 1 weather 011 the coast will tend to case supplies, and 1 as tlic week advances prices should harden con- I siderable. Porkers now ...

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Mittagong Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 22 March 1892

Mlttogoni; Municipal Council. The usual fortnightly mooting wan held in, the Council on Wednesday ovening lnnfc. Prrsent — the Mayor (Aid: Riclmrds), nnd Aid. Mealing, Draper, Dawson, Snowdet;, Middloton, Larkin, and Mnndclson. coRiiEsroMDKNcn. From Mr. J. Wylie, Btating tlint ns tlio Conncil lmd decided to borrow £500, lie ?would bo Trilling to udvnnco the nionoy for five or ten years, same to benr interest nt tho rnto of 7 per cent., subject to a commission of 2J per cont. — Tliis offer was not enterained. nr.ranTB. I Works. — The Worka Committee reported : I 'The men have been engaged during the past fortnight in mntnlling nnd Winding Mnin-streot, forming wntermblcs in Louisa street, and making up approaches to bridge at Nattni Creek on the Kntignloon-road. Very fnir progress has boon made on Loseby's contract, but wo find that the pipes of culvert near Dowling's have been laid contrary to the usual custom— that is to say, tho socket, ends of the pipes nre°at the outlet instead o...

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Berrima District Cottage Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 22 March 1892

HBemmiit, UDMnlet Cfottsige DDospital. The usual monthly meeting of the hospital committee was held on Monday, 14th inst. The following gentlemen were present : — Messrs. P. H. Throsby (in tho chair), H. C, Rose, C. Bennett, A. B. Young, Gavin George, J. Pipgott, Rev. J. W. Debenham, and Dr. Fisher. An apology for non attendance was received from Dr. Wilson. \ letter from tho Under-Secretary for Railways was read stating that tho department would make a payment on behalf of Oliver Boulter, who had bceu a patient in the hospital for somo months through an accident on the railway. The following were passed for payment : — Flliott Bros ? £1 12 4 W. Allerdico (fuucral) ? ...2^10v 0 W. Thornbury(milk) t ... .... , .1.15 , - J. Holmes (stores) ... ...57 7 ? '? J. Rice (butcher) ? 2 4 I \ v. Salaries ... ... . ... ... 9 15 0 . Secretary (salary and commission) 4 12 '2 ' matron's rkport. The Matron repoVted : 'Since the last monthly meeting held on .tho 12th Feb. five patients have been adm...

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Superior Public School. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 22 March 1892

SrajtCEior IPmiMIc School. ^ Mr. M. M'Court M.P.,. lias received tlio follow ing Department of Public Instruction Sydney, Htli March 1S92, Sir, — I am dircetDil to acquaint you tlmt the Minister of Public Inftruction lias had under noticc tlio letter, dated 21st January, pre. sented by you, from tlic Mayors of Moss Vr.lo, Mittagong, and Bowral, petitioning for tlic establish mentof a Superior Public School in tlio district: together with a report upon tho matter. Regula tion 9 under tlio Public Instruction Act requires that a Public School, iu order to become a Superior Public School must have a fifth class of not less than 20 pupils. Ao such a class has been formed at the Boicral School, a ud as it appears it Is tho only school in tlio district in which a fifth class can be maintained, tho Miniator 1ms decided that the school shall bo dcolared a Superior Public School. — Yours,* &o,, C. Johnson, Undersecretary. Tho Parliamentary election for~tho~Ba7coo Queensland, lias resu...

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

The demand for water at Broken Hill is still considerably in exccss of the supply. TUc con tinued drought in fjcyercly felt, and the country 13 severely felt, and tho country is terribly parched Puring Inst year iaS2 vaccinations wore per* formed in New South Wales by the Government vaccinations DEmTRY. MR. J, H. OU1ST, THE WKLL-KNOWN^DKNTIST, Worn 151 King'st., Sydney, WILL VISIT MOSS VALE the first Thursday and Friday, Berrima Saturday, in KVKKY MONTH, and may be consulted in oil branches of l)i3 profession at the Commkiiuial Hotul, Moso Valo ; Daly's Hotel, Berrima. Artificial TeetUon the latest Kngtish and Ameri can Principnl. Teeth ISxtractcd painless by tho aid of NitrouS'Oxido Ga3. All Work Guaranteed. NEXT VISIT - Moss Vali:, Anril 7 and 8. Bkiikima, April 0. I 1. Bora, I '* PRACTICAL T7ATCH1IAEEU, &0 § Ig (Opposite new Pont Office) ^ | ^ ARGYLE-STREET, MOS3 VALE, |j PI TDF.GS to inform his old Patrons and tho to Hj JLJ- Public generally that ho ban returned S m to t...

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Reserve Rifle Companies. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 22 March 1892

Reserve DSifle Companies. The following circular has been issued to Rifle companies throughout the colony: — ' The follow ing extract from general orders is published for information : 'Pending further instructions no fur ther enrolments will be mado in reserve ride companies, and all application for passes for shootiug purposes which officers commanding reserves see tit to recommend will be referred to head-quarters.1 X 1 loiuvui-o \»i»» uu ii vuuuj;« i tu i order strictly carried out, and it is notified that only iu exceptional cases where small expenditure is entailed will the officcr commanding the district feel justified in recommending the issue of passes for shooting matches. As a rule teams matches will le shot off simultaneously— that is, by eacli team shooting on its own ground. C. Bouverie, M. W. and S. Reserves.'

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The Divorce Bill. A FINAL PROTEST. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 22 March 1892

The Mvorce DBill. A FINAL PROTEST. A protest in the form of a petition against the Divorce Extension Bill has been signed by certaiu members of the Legislative Council and lodged with tho Clork of tho Council. Tho following are the terms of the document : — Disseutient— 1, Because tho proposed extension of tho conditions of divorce is at variance with tho law of tho Christian Church, and would introduce dangerous facilitiesfor the disruption of the marriage tie, impair the sense of tho sauredness of marriago and inflictseriousinjury upon thedomestic and social welfare of tho community. 2. Because the altera tion in tho law ol divorce sought to be cuected by this bill would be at variance with the law of Fug land 5 and, upon a matter most deeply affecting the morality of the people and the happiness of families is opposed to tho sentiments and feclines of noarly all tho religious denominations. 3. Because, by permitting the immediate and unrestricted re marriage of all parties to sui...

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

£3 ii-A O I? IP I[ ]KT (05- IB IT IP CO) ^ ITo „ d; — ^ Ma im'o 'juaaiminmoi? YETosiii?. First qimlity Tweed Suits, splendid value h:;tm quality Tweed Suits, splendid value ? ? '* *m *m Ann special (jimlity Tweed Suits, splendid value ? ** 'M '* ka. IrcmuT qnnlity Tweed Suits, equal to order ... *** '** ...And if^r'\cne Nrivy Hhio Scrgo Suits, fast colora... #M '' 'V ,M 40a ?Stnir Suits, fust colors ? ' 45- flannel --avy Ulue Serge Suits, soft, light, and durable 40s Sample*, with dlagrama and djrectlona for aolf-measurement, lent Post Freo to all Parto of tho Colony, DAVID JONES Ci (SOr.lPACJV, GrJonS GloiCilopg, iDoortso Stroot- @«dno%. Orronua O.P.O. ' ej E3 rcr id- poe zs. ozmpjxiuoouiae Lodlos' and CHilltJron'c r.llODlnc?y. Fashion Plates Free by Po3t. Ladies' Imitation Cabbage Tree Sailor Hats, from 2s 6d to 5a, with band Children's Snilor Ilats, Cs 6d, Co, 6s Gd, 7s fid Ladies' Fancy Straw Hats and Bonnets, newest Rlmpcs, 4s, E3, 0s 6d, la Cd, 8s (id, 9.i (id Ladies' and Chil...

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Appointment of Sheep Directors. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 22 March 1892

Appointment of Slieep Mrectors. The Goimniu nt Oazcttr notifies the appointment of the following gentlemen as sheep and pasture directors for tho districts named : — Berrima : Messrs. W. T. Cordcaux, Bendooley ;J. A.Badgery, Sutton Forest; A. D. Badqery, Sutton Forest; David Morrice. Ealing Forest ; and P. H. Throsby, (Bong Bong). Pasture directors — Messrs. Walter Morrice, C. L. Nicholson, and Hon. John Lackey. Kiama ; Sheep directors — Messrs. Geo. J. Hind marsh, Gerringong ; George Somcrvillc, Rockwood ; John James, Rose Valley ; Thomas Armstrong. Tullimbar ; and J. T. Cole, Jamberoo. Pasture directors — Messrs. D. L. Dymock, Linburn. Jam beroo ; Henry Fredericks, Brandon, Kiama ; and Thomas Brown, Crawley Forest, Kiama. Picton : Sheep directors — Messrs. J. M. Antill, Jarvisfield ; W. R. Antill, Abbotsford ; R. H. Druitt, Spring Mills ; James M'Intosh, Denbigh; and Charles Dunn, Tho Oaks. Pasture directors Messrs. Geo. Bradbury, R. H. Inglis, and Thomas M'Mnhon. ? i

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SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 22 March 1892

. SIUXaMAEW. I Tho English dotcctive3 who neirohed tho houso at Raiuhill, Lancashire, occupied by Williams, tho Windsor murderer, found the bodies of a woman and four children buried under a cpmented floor in Ohc kitchen. It is rumored that other v/omon aro misning in England who are Uuown to havu been connected witu Williamu. . jp It |3 buliored in England that Williams. identical TTitU ''ifaek the Ripper,' as he neeuytomcd to iineml Sattmlavn niwl Mondnvrffi* London, tho daya on v/hich ni03t of tho tragotK . tool; place, /fro*'* Tho body of tho woman found in tho Ik A occupied by Williams at Itainhill v/aa nppare*^ a ' that of a mulatto and v,\iu attired in a costly di^'^Q^ Miss L'juica Macdonald. M.A., the no'-Vi^nd appointed principal of the Womcn'u College, ariji 11 Sydney on Thursday. She ia 32 yearu of It ia believed by tho English police that'v..,/ *v .Miss Mather, whom Williamu married ? an^ alleged to- havo murdered in Melbourne, was i dai!»jhter of an agent in Durham, Tho...

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

®e Scntihteer. TEEIJS: Subscription 2/6 per quarter prepaid ; &/? il booked ; charged only from the time of commencing. Quarters end March 31, June 30, September 30, December 31, at which periods only can subscriber* decline by giving a vrccVs notice in writing dircct to the office — not through a local collector — and paying tc the then running quarter. AnvERTi8EMKNT.s — of less than one inch, 1/- for the first two lines and 3d. per line after; longer advertisements, 3 /? for the first inch and 1/6 for every subsequent inch. A liberal reduction made fer standing advertisements. Advertisements o births, mairiagc3, and deaths, if sent by post, must be authenticated by the signature of come person known at the office, or they will not be inserted. Advertisements will be received up to 6 p.m. on day of publication. Tho number of insertions should be written on the face, or the advertise ments will be continued till countermanded. Orders for withdrawing, altering, or changing ad...

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