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

Special . A-BvcgtllBcmcMitfj._ 'Tlrichmmki, MOSSflVA-LE, Upholsterer, Frcnoh Polisher, Pioturo Framor. c:c. A LARGE Stock of Furniture, Bedsteads and J\. Bedding, Carpets, Matting, Linoleum, Door jnnts, Ac., always 011 hand. Spring Holler and Venetian Blinds, lnnilc and fitted or repaired. 'commercial banking COMPANY. -n-xp Eatablishod 1834. Incorporated 1813. Head Offlco : (lEonnr. Sxnnnr, Svdnkv. ? 0 ? CAPITAL ? ',G00,000 RESERVE FUIJD ? £670,000 Ufservk for Equalisation ok Dividends ? £150.000 Money receive.'! at Interest and all other osual Banking Business transacted. E. EVERARD ROW, Manaoku, 1I0SS VALE BEAl'ICH. . W, EL PALING & Co7 EiEEdE'SKnUEO. Established 1853. XNcoitroKATED 1883. j I f . j. M ^ Y 1 : (L ''' ^ll^j 'p j | -jJ^ Solo Agents for PIANOS by Steinway nnd Sons, 1 Julius Fcurich. Ucbcl and Lechloiter, Carl : Kcko, The Victor, The Rolling ; and for tho worhl*rcnowned 15STKY ORGANS nnd Booscy'o Brass Baud r.l Instruments. Universal Providorsof PIANOFORTES, OR...

Publication Title: Scrutineer, The
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NOTES BY THE WAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 22 March 1892

NOTES BY THE WAY. The Rev. J. \V. Dtsbenhnm of Bowral has had to ' face the. music' for appointing a curate without first consulting his par ishioners. The meeting held to protest against the appointment is described as being rather a noisy one, and several littlo incidents which ocourred during its progress showed very clearly ho-.v Christians do occasionally hate each other for the love of God. Mr. Detenham's ofience is not go much that ho appointed i curate — an event in itself quite harmless, and often insignifi cant. iNor noes it JIO ill uiu miit nu offered Mr. Scarisbroolc the magnificent salary of £100 a year to convert tho heathen. ' His offence is that he just named £100, and ! told the parishioners that he expected that they would plank down tho needful, and not let him suffer as a consequence of his increased zeal for their welfare. Ono or two individuals who neither attend church, nor pay (in current coin) for staying away .were inclined to sine; 'Praise the Looard' ovor...

Publication Title: Scrutineer, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Things a Lady will not Confess. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 25 March 1892

Things a &a-ly will not Confess. Thirty-five yoars ago London Punch photo graphed tho fair sex by saying Thero aio several things which you can nevor got a lady, be sho young or old, to confess to. Hero are some of them : — That Bhe laces tight ; that her shoes aro too small for her ; that sho is ovor tired at a ball ; that she Daints : that sho is as old as she looks : that sho has boon moro than fivo minutos dress ing ; that sho kept you waiting ; that she blushed when a cortain person's name was mentionod ; that she ovor says a thing that sho doos not moan ; that oho is fond of scandal ; that sho cannot Itoep a secret ; that she— sho of all persons in the world — is in lovo ; that bIio doos not want a now bonnet ; that sho canldo with a single thing less when sho io about to travel ; thot she has not tho disposition of a saint — or how could sho go through one half of what Bhe doos ; that she does not know better than ovory one else what is good for her ; that sho is a fl...

Publication Title: Scrutineer, The
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A Circular to Labor Members. THE SIMPSON'S RAILWAY BILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 25 March 1892

A Circular to Labor Members. THE SIMPSON'S RAIIAVAY BILL. In tho Logislativo jisaombly on Monday, ooonaftortho transaction of somo preliminary j bueinosB, ] Mr, Noild rooo to mako a personal oxpln- 1 nation with roforonco to two lottorn ho Jind I rocoivod. from which it appoarod that somo momborn of tlio Houso woro under n gros3 miBanprehennion ob to liia positbn in tlio House. Somo porson or porsono hud issued a circular rellocting on tlio action and votes of members of tlio Houso with rofo ronco to Simpsnn's Railway Bill. Ho wished to etato with rogord to tlio circular, which had boon attributod to him, that ho hnd no knowlodgo 'whatovor of its preparation, issuos or circulation ; nor had tho remotest knowlodgo of tho porson by whom tho circu lar wao issued. (' near, hear.') Mr. Barton said that having soon ono of the circulcrs only on entering tho House, no assurauco would bo nocdcd from him that ho know nothing about it. ('Hoar, hear.' ) Mr. Cann askod if it was not a broach ol ...

Publication Title: Scrutineer, The
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Mea[?] Mr. Gladstone's Home Life. Gen[?] "NEVER BE DOING NOTHING!" [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 25 March 1892

Moai. Mr. Gladstone's Adonic liii'c ? Tl.-V ^^Genfo 'Never he Doing Notiu.vg !' ? 1,110 1 T ? sd v-tFrom tha January isauo of tho Young Man ?-f ialcon tlio following oxtract, doaling with points iu copuoction with tho homo 'if fo of tho ' Grand Old Alan' — Mr. W. E. ''.datone : — ? 'i-.'jjb ' mr. ar,.u)ST0SE'3 lu-e. - -iis ,_£Iia ilaily lifo at homo ia a modol of -^Grmnlinitv and l'ofriilaritv. and tho rrroafc '»- in»oorot of tho vaot nmoaut of work ho nc 'complishos lios in tho fact that ovory odd 'HMjgiijp, t, £ve miuut(ja ia oocupiod. No mun over had ^ r a dooper nonoo oi tlio pvociousnoea of timo nnd tho responsibility which ovoryono incurs by tho ubo or misuso ho malcoa of it. To such a length does ho carry this that at a pionic to a favorito Wolah mountain ho has boon, seen to fling himsolf on tho heathor nnd bury himBolf in somo pamphlot upon a question of tho day, until callod to lighter things by thoso who woro rospousiblo for tho provision bnokot. His grand maiira is nevor...

Publication Title: Scrutineer, The
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Local News. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 25 March 1892

EiOCid Kcv/3. Ao stated iii advt. Mr. I). Clifford will conduct a salo of household furnituroat tho Old Council Cham bers, Moss Vale, to.morrow (Saturday) afternoon; Tho Mos3 Vale bc.ueli on Wednesday entertained an application from the Postal Department for tho the temporary uso of tho stabling adjacent to tho Court House for horGca used in connection with the telegraphic servico Three months leave wnn ok'cn. and the authorities will civo un tho use of tho stable3 when requested. On hearing that tho l?icton Agricultural Sncioty was likely to be in tho unfortunate position of having a batanco on tho wrong side owing to the wet show, Mr. Moore, from whom the committee leaned tho premises used as an oflice, generously refused to accept rent, presenting tho secretary with a recoipted hill for the same Mr. R. M. Wild has also refused to accept any remuneration for his valuable services no assistant socrctary, and several pn/.o.winnera havo intimated their intention of refunding a portio...

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Poetry. BOIL IT DOWN. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 25 March 1892

Poetry. BOIL IT DOWN. Whatever you have to say, my friend, Whether witty, or grave, or' gny, . Condooso as n^uch as ever you o.iu, .. And say in the readiest way ; And whothcr you writo of rural affairs, Or partioulnr tilings in town Juefc tako a word of friendly advice Boil it down. For if you go Bpluttcring over a page, | Wheu a coitplo of lines would do, | Your butter is spread go much, yon see, That the bread looks plainly through. So when you have a story to tell, And would like a littlo renown, To make quite sure of your wish my friond,^ MoW it down. When writing an article for tlio press, Whether prose or verse just try To utter you thoughts in the fewest of words, Aud let them be crisp iind dry, I Aud when it is finished, and you eupposo I It's dono cxactly brown, Just look it over again, r.nd then, ]-oil it down. For editors do not like to print -An articlo lazily long, And tho gcnoral roador docs not cavo For a couplo of yards of a song, So gather your wits in tho smallest...

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Pigeon Matches. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 25 March 1892

Pigeon Enatcliics. The tollowing sweepstakes were shot off on tho ' old cricket ground in Gilbert's paddock, Moss Vale, ! on Tuesday afternoon. Only seven or eight shoot- ' ibts competed, and tho majority of tho birds wero of a very inferior description, consequently the ; 44 kills' wero exceptionally numerous. The latter part of tho evening's proceedings was somewhat interfered with by the rain that fell at intervals. Mr. i Frank Throsby organised and carried out tho pro- 1 rtrnmmiv Mr. W. Wntnli ffrnm Unwrnh rnnrlnrtnt* valuable assistance. No. 1.— Sweepstake of£l — 1st prize £5, 2ud £2 ; five birds — first miss out. 44 Snooks,' 27yds. ... 10— I 'Grey Shot,' 20yds. ... 110—2 James Flceton, 2-iyds, ... 11111 — 5 ' Humble Bee,' 25yds.- ... ,11110 — 4 41 Spider/' 26yds ... ... 110—2 F. Throsby, 24yds. ... 11111—5 Toby, 23yd8 ? 0—0 Pleoton and Throsby divided tho monoy, No. 2.— sweepstake 01 fcl — 1st prizo to,- ana 12. Five birds ; miss out. - . ' J. FIccton, 25yds. ... 111110 — 5 ' ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 25 March 1892

Factory Butter Maukct — Tho Produce I Exchange co-oporatos with 400,000 citizens, to dispose of Factory and Dairy nutter in .Sydney, tlio nearest an best market. ? I Haw Vance, .93 ?SiiEsex-street. UMY REGVD Aa DIEAF Deafness, Head Nci«j, Ui' chars-*, &c.. tto (iatte* or HOW I.OHB 8TA!il-INO, cuiyiilciely :mJ i.«nancntlj cured by the new and entirely successful Llcclro* Medication TrcntmcrA .Sr:r.i'Am.nn) nnd Painless. Ear-drums not nt all ncccsaary. Advice and pamphlet Fiee from Professor Harvey, MS Collinf Street Ecuvt, Melbourne. Magnificent testimonials,. N.H.— Professor Harvey's Klcctric Head Balt«7 Is the only one patented throughout the World. iiJiiil A.M., M.D., C.M., F.ll.C.S. Ki-., M.R.C.S. Knu., 231 M aciinarie Street North, opposite 'Parliament House. DR. l'ATERSON lias lieen engaged for over 20 years in the stmly and practiccof Chronic, Nervous and Special Diseases Of men ami women in the leading medical schools and hospitals of Circa t Britain, Paris, Berlin, a...

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Moss Vale Police Court. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 23. (Before Mr. F. R. Wilshire, P. M., Messrs. P. H. Thresby and A. D. Badgory, Js. P.) A "FISHY" CHARACTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 25 March 1892

, Moss VftD© IPoBicix Court. ? Wkdkesday, March 23. 'y.' .] (Before Mr. F. R. Wilshirc, P.M., Messrs. V, H. j rhrcaby and A. D. Badgory, Js.P.) a 44 fishy' character. j Walter Swain, atia* Tremayno, a youth of 18, was brought up on remand, charged with having nppropiiutcd to his own uso a turn of £2, tho proceeds of tho sale of fish, tho property of Donald Murray, of Moss Vale. P.C. Carpenter stated that last Friday night ho proceeded to Goulburn, aud there arrested prisoner, . in company with a local constable. On being charged with selling fish, and converting £2 belonging to Mr. Murray to his own uso at Moss vaie, no repneii ** 1 got no money iov any nun, , On the way to Moss Vale in tho train fio said 44 1 spent near £2 this evening. I got £2 2/G for tho tish1 and if I had stopped away a little longer I should have been iu Crookwcll.' Ho searched prisoner and found on him a Watcrbury watch with chain, a purse containing 4/2, a new canvas tent, and a knife (all produced). Prisone...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 25 March 1892

W ANTED a bright intelligent lad as Apprentice to tho Printing Business. Apply Scrutineer Office, Moss Valo. /0RjS4XE.J 25,00f|4«±KKT I [w Bi^ftmokcr, Bowral, V \ ?

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THE WINDSOR TRAGEDY. LONDON, March 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 25 March 1892

'TnnBS.\wnwni)sapi® (Sydney Morning Herald Correspondent.) * London. March 21. I - It has now been ascertained that Deeming, alias | Williams, attempted to marry a girl at Liverpool in .July last, and be presented to her many articles of jewellery. While ho was at Rainhill, Deeming was in tho rogular habit of attending places of worship. It is said that I10 desired Mrp. Mather to fell her little property with the object, it is believed, of se curing uucu mat snare 01 ic wnicii inigiu uu.uuu Ho his intended wife, Emily Mather. Amongst other ntatcments made by Deeming was one to tho effect that he was a nophow of Sir Wil* frid Lawson, the temperance advocate, by whom he-' said he had been cducited. Emily Mather took many of her school prizo-books to Australia with her when she sr-t out with, Deem- ing. ^ 1 After his wifo had left for England Deeming re mained at the Cape, and thenco ho proceeded to Durban in Natal. Hero, in company witli an no*, complice, Deeming obtained £600 for gol...

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WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 25 March 1892

WESLEYAN. ' I Bowral ll-Rcv. Corner ; 7,30-Mr. Gregory. ' Mittagong 11— Mr. Coleman ; 7.30— Rev, Corner. Sloss Valo '3-Rev. Corner. , ? , i ttobertson.il— Mr. SonurviUo i /.30— Rev. Jae. Kaiigaloou -.11— Rev. Jap. Lolwell 7.30— Mr. Somervilio; Wild's Meadow 2.30— Mr. Walsh. Pheasant Ground 2.30— Mr'. White.-' . ' , Woodlands 2.30- Rev, J. Colwell. ?

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National Prizes. MIXED FRUIT TREES. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 25 March 1892

NatloBiffil Macs* ' MIXED FRUIT TREES. . The report of Mr. J. Gelding, tho judge appointed to inspect tho Mixed Fruit Orchards entered for tho National Prize Competition of 1891, having been duly submitted, tho Minister for Mines and Agriculturo has approved of tho following awards aB recommended :— Orchards up to 10 acres : First prize, Mr. J. C. Symons, Tumudgerco, Deniliquin ; second prizo to bo divided betweon Mr. R Porter, Pymblo, and Mr. G. Bool, Merilla. Certificates in this class havo been awarded aa follows : Highly commended, Mr. J. P. Slack, Camden ; Mr. F. Ford, Robbiuaville ; Mr, J, P. Barnes, Coota muudra, Commended: Mr. R. Sims, Pavkeboumo ; Mr. B. Wilson, Luddenham ; Mr. R. Giles, Mount Druitt; Mr. H. Kadwcll, Goulburn. Orchards over 10 acres : First prize, Mr. W. G. Mlddlomiss, Moona, Deniliquin ; second prize, Messrs. Brown Brothers, Shcrbrook. Certificates iu this class have been awarded as follows : Hiphly commended, Mr. J. Franks, Duudae ; Mr. J . E. Spencer, Na...

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 25 March 1892

' CHURCH OF ENGLAND Scttox Forest. — 1st and 3rd Sundays in-tbe month at 3 p.m. : 2nd and 4th Sundays in the month at 11 a. ill. and Holy Communion ; 5th Sunday at 3 p.m. Moss Vale.— 1st and 3rd Sundays ill the month at 11 a.m. and Holy Communion; every Sunday,. 'at 7.30 p.m. Buxda.voox.— 2nd and 4th Sundays in the month at 3p.'n.: uth Sundays in the month at 11 a.m. and Holy Communion. Exktek _ Wednesday (on or before full inoon) 7.30, Hollvtuouve (Cross Roads— Thursday (ou or be fore full moon) 7-30 p.m..— llev. A. G. Stoddart; Bong Bong (Christ Church)— Divine Service every Sunday morning at 1 1 a.m. ; Mount Ashby (St, Thomas) — EverySundayat3p.nl.; Yarrunga ? Second Sunday iu every month at 3 p.m. All seats aro free. — W, A. l.eoih , B. A, Ho i .v Tkinity, Berrima. Birrinia, every Sunday at 1 1 ; second and fuurth Sundays in the month at 7. ' Kov. G. Sheppard, B,A. Ct iss RoadeJ first aud third Sunday at 7. ailgh Range, sccond Sunday at 3. Belauglo, fourth Sunday at J. St. Steph...

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SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 25 March 1892

. , / ' 8SJ31S3AS&V. . ' 'In cohricctioh with tho proposed acquisition -of .. land at Enfield for park purposes the Minister for Lauds considers that until money can be yotcd from tho Consolidated Revenue Fund ho will not bo justified in appropriating loau moneys for, tho _ mirposea of public parlca.' ' ' ! On the 1st May the Paris workmen intend ir' hold a deinonstration of eight lioura abolition of labour bureaus. j A rin^' to restrict the output; of copper is ge^ |^0 An unsuccessful attempt has been made troy tho 3:uitc Prison, in Paris, by dyna^Ty tO-^ Dynamite has been found in the ParIianieu^Q»*r ' Buildings at Brussels. 'T- Since tiic Libour 33ureatt has been opened ; names have been registered, aud employment I »7 ® V been found iu various parts of the colony for ](p50d V* men. ^ A British punitive o::poditioa to Sierra Leoiio. AVost Africa, bno booii soCufc' a. roptilsod. Captain Robiuaon was kiltod^M/ ^ all the ofBcors and 13. inoti wore wounded. Tho personal estat...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 25 March 1892

® e Scrutineer. TEBHS: SBDSCBII'TION 2/G pctf quarter prepaid; 3/- if booked ; charged onlj from the time of commencing. Quarters end March 31, June 30, September 30, Doeembcr 31 j at which periods only can subscriber* ileoline by giving a wceVs notico in writing direct to the office — not through a local collector — and paying to tho then running quarter. AnvnnHSEMKSTS— of less than owe 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, mairiagcs, and deaths, if sent by post, must be outlier, ticatcil by the signature of some person known at the oflicc, or they will not be inserted. Advertisements will be received up to 6 p. in. on day of publication. The number of insertions should be written oil tho faco, or the advertise ments will be continued till countermanded. Orders for withdrawing, altering, or changing adve...

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ECHOES. [?]HEARD IN MOSS VALE ON ST. PATRICK'S DAY [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 25 March 1892

E -LJ Ml ® E S» . S»1KJ0|. .??? Y*s giy (By Kangaloon.) - I .-.heard ik Moss Vale ok St. Patrick1*? Day, SBf irfit Irishman (dressed up with a shamrock in Intton-hole) : 41 Bcgorra, you arc standing there Bare an ? omathaun' without a bit o* green ribbon and it St.- Patrick's day.' ?Second Irishman ; Faix, tho bit if I know any* thing about it.' First Irishman : ' Well, I'm ?. Come on havo a dhriuk' (and they went and had one). ' Somo people say 'P inert Amor itofWrp-.' The love of our country prevails'— but it docs not seem to universally prevail: Tho Salvation Army had a regular Pekoe 11 razzlc dazzlo' at Robertson last week, Thero is no mis* tako about it — there is nothing effete about those people — they go otraight at it. I havo seou Mother Girling with her followers, dance their wild dauco of tho Shakers in Epping Forest in England, but they wore not a bit wilder than a 'bun worry' given by tho Salvation Army iu a township up« country at which I was present some fow years ago...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 25 March 1892

'? Special AdverffloetMOBBfla. I TKElli* ! i' moss:]V^le, '*4^*'' tTpholotoror, 37.vouoh Polisher, Piolurd Iframor. C: c. A LARGE Stool; of Furniture, Tlcdnteado nnd U; Bedding, Carpeto, Matting, Linoleum, Door Mats, &C-, always on hand. Spring Holler nnd flj&- Venetian Bhndo, mndo nnd fitted or repaired. g^loM IB EJ1 CI Al^BANI(IN0~ Established 183 1. Incorporated 1813. Head OClco i Meoiuje Shiest, Sydney. CAPITAL ? '000,000 Kj 'RESERVE rUIID ? £670,000 HHSgPnv KrsF.nvn tor E-}i:.ili.sation of DIVIDENDS ? ;'100.000 ^^kg|t -^-v:'oncy rcccivo:! at Interest nnd all other usual HHKr-SUaking Business transacted. E. E V EUAIID ROW, IP nose VALE° BU All CII. %ht (Sent tin ecu, C. West CDonnaailaiiiD 'ilciluoeniie. -ra': (ESTABLISHED 1074-10 Yearo.) 'V * M??hn8LISHED EVERY TUESDAY and FRIDAY Tho ? ? — 'i'wQentlror -f opinion may be tolerated where reason is left -s t?16 lf?C *° eom&at '*?' — TilOSUS Jeffeimok. . ?? ' ?'?-Id vou- ? : ? — ? ? yrFItlDAY, MARCH 25, 1892...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 25 March 1892

What IPeople Say. MISS EVA BROWN, ALBURY, N.S.W., Writes : ' Tho following particulars of my caso are furnished on behalf of the afflicted, trusting that thoy may be the means of restoring others to health : — For eichteen months I was extremely debilitated, the doctors being of opinion that I had outgrown my strength. My disease is known in medical circles as anremfi^ or poverty of blood. raino invaded All part? ot my body ; I suuercu froih general lwgoiuy^extrcme weakness, listlcas ness, dejection p'i saints, indigestion, ficklo appe tite, and diAurWd/ sleep. ftMju body presented a bloodless appearance ; myttlipftwere pale and the skin like wax ;vf wa^riiulllr several doctors who prescribed for me, but) thiir treatment did not alleviate my sickness. |ih\agined that my con stitution was breaking. p,a!;d as the disease pro gressed I became move ncrvoas and hysterical. My Bufferings wero also greatly increased by a shock to tlio ncrvouB system received last year, when a railway carri...

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