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An Australian Eleven for England. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 25 March 1892

An Australta! REeveE IT©? England. There is every probability of an Australian Kleven playing a series of matches in England during the present season in spito of the disposition in England to discourage the present tour. It is intended to be merely a scratch team, to play a series of minor matches in England, Irslana, and Scotland, and is not intended to seriously test the question of supremacy with the best English Eleven nlthoucrh thero ia the nrmnonf aP th* tnnm hr»fnrr Btiong enough to beat moat of tho counties. Tho formation of tho team is simply tho outcome of. tho fact that a number of provincial Australian -cric» ketcrs will be in England next year — 3omo on pleasure, some to continuo their studies. The matter was recently taken in hand by Mr. J. W. Trumble, of Upill, who has suifered from influenza, aud who contemplates taking a trip for his health. Tho players assumed to bo availabloaro— J. W. Trumble, R. Pope, J. J. Ferris, W. L. Murdoch, F. SpofTorth, T. Phillips, T. Ga...

Publication Title: Scrutineer, The
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Death of an Infant at Barber's Creek. CONVULSIONS THE CAUSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 25 March 1892

©eath or .in Huljunt at barber's (Creels.' CONVULSIONS THE CAUSE. ^ At an early hour last Wednesday, morning tho lufant daughter of Mrs. Mary Biffin, ,of Barber's Creek, died rather suddenly at 'the ago of two months. I\,o medical man saw the oliild so that an innuest was rendored ncccssary. MrvA..D, Badgcry, district coroner, conducted^ the inquiry the same afternoon. ' Mary Jane Biflin. wifo _ of James Biffin, duly ? ? ? ? ? iJtl,1Iy jimcua uimn, was her daughter, aged two months. Tho child was in good health up to a week ago. She then caucht cold, and a rash showed itself on her body Wit ness administered; alloviatives ouch as pastor oilf and chlorodync. and she appeared to improvo unlil' Tuesday at dinner time. - Sho waB tW .seized with convulsions, and died at .3,30 that (Wed. nesday) morning. , .j \ j ,, Cross-examined by Constablo Rus'seil': I had'no' doctor. My husband has -been away' for eight mouths, and has only contributed £13 I2a to m v support .during that timo. I' had...

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Moss Vale Reserve Rifle Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 25 March 1892

Moss Vale Reserve Stifle Asso- :\ ciation. , ; , A meeting of the committee of this association,.'; was held on Monday evening last, the members present being—Messrs. H. Lambert (in the chair), F. Wotton, W. Jones, S. E. Radford, and G. Giss ing, secretary.. .; ? It was resolved that the challenge from Windsor Grammar School for Easter Saturday be accepted ( that tho secretary write. to head-quarter^ asking for ) a certain number of passes to be Granted to on.di corps for teams purposes ; that a challenge bo for- - ! warded to the Parramatta R.R, Co. for Queen's Birthday ; that the next quarterly meeting bo held - in the Oddfcllow'i hall on Monday evening, March 28th; that iu the interests of rifle shooting tho club , decides not to buy any rifle belonging to one of its members ; that the secretary challenge the Burra* wang R.R. Co. to attend a team's match on Easter Monday ; and that the prize shooting bo postponed 2nd C eatky' Marcl1 30th' an(1 Sat'f«ay» April, t

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What is Asked. (To the Editor). [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 25 March 1892

^'''Miat.ls Asked. (To tho Editor), Sir,— In asking for a voto for thrift, or moro properly - for a Home Frauclriso, tho National I Association in nowiso oceko to rcotrict tho cxerciso I of fcho franchise, so far ao all, howovcr poor, having i an aotual interest in the country pro concerned. I It aoes not ask whether a man belongo to Now I ? 'y1. V Dirtn or adoption, do long as he | has fairly casi in hia lot in the colony and has porno stake in its progress. Such men can always obtain the franchise under the syotcm of residential man hood suffrage, withont the asaistanco of tho Ono- i man-one-voto, which h based on tho idea that all men are equal, whilo, no everybody knows, tho converse is tho cane — all mon being unequal. This inequality forms tho lifo of competition and is tlio source of all progress, Tho notion of perfect equalty is based upon false concoption, and none of its advocates would caro to act upon ifc in matters of business. If tho principle of pcrfcct equality bo in...

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

£20 Stolen ; 10s - M, pTRAYEI) Q StJ'|-)CE!N from Iivanctfale Part|ook, © about Mi,i O JStlyM^hyOT ROAN COW, coclicil hornc^randiWfi 6 cy/riba. EC on vmnp. Tho abovo toward willuo pauKtor information load ing to tho conviction1 of tip-offender or offenders. EDWARD CARTER, ?Golden Valo, Sutton Forest. NOTICE. J 0 C K if^ci U B TNVITE COMPETITIVE t£mM for TUG of 1 WAR. CONTEST, iu q^ju«6n wittf their RACE MEETING;, ? ,on T | / ISA8iraEI!& MtoTlfmr'tf, , '/^^'ApniL 1 Wi./ Prize, £10 lOa. B^/Ja. to Second Full Programme in future inane. .. HENRY EVAN3, ' . Hon. Secretary. ? ' -MARULAN P., A.,:H.;^jL^ociety. TENDERS requirefbMj&D APlflpHor BAND of EIGHTS £&Fftl?-lfeE5 for the SOCIETY'S SHOW .5nTUES-M\-f 12th APRIL. Tenders to bo addressed to V » | ] H. mORRICE, ? ? : ? Hon. See. TENDERS. ? . TENDERS J\ aiwfti'U — /habor only — for ADDITIOK6/?d REPAIRS to HOUSE and STORE. £ Dendeija trinst b^|infbj^-Jro WEDNES- 2 DAY, 3Qtn/instoifc. PartjfofjjafjB upon application....

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

ESmulkmooiiii. ( From Our Correspondent.) ' We have had since Friday evening a temperance lecturer, Mr. Crabb, G.L.V.D. (I hope the readers can fathom these mystic letters). He gavo three lectures, the first of which was on ' Drink and the Labor Question.' He asserted that tho total earnings per year of nil tlio hotels, in New South Wales wore £12,000,000, and as there are not moro than 3000 hotels iu the colony the average' earnings of each hotel from drink alono is :£i0,'000 a year. I know somo of tlio hotel-keepers \?crrtld like his assertion to bo true. His Moiidry.evening lecture on 'Prohibition' was chiefly levelled at tha liquor-seller, the Church of England, and the Eoman Catholics. During his stay licro he made many enemies, aud also made those who were friends strong eucmies, besides doing his church a lot of harm. ; , The Mutual Improvement Class held their U,na| weekly meeting, when a varied programme, con sisting of nongo, readings, ' and recitations, wos given, and was...

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Manchester Square Butter Company HALF YEARLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 25 March 1892

[?] -V ' HAtF' veau£& MbE?rikG.^' The iialf yearly meeting of sHareholdertvm tho above was held at tho Koynl Hotel, Moa8;Vjiro last Monday'^ afternoon. Mtv N. H. . .Throsby 3.V. oeeupieiltho chair, aud thorc wero also present Messrs John Cullcn, T. W. Lackey, H. M. Crisp, W. E. S.mth and J. T. Ginger. MltECTOIl's llEPOUT. . . The following report waa reau xuui in presenting you -.with the half-yqarly Vroport aili{ balanen-Bheet for the tast term'aro ^leaocd to congratulate you on the work done, moro especially ilurina tho past few months.. .. In .tiro, latter pr.i t of 1691 tho machinery was not working -well, 'but after being overhauled and elenned it is now working splendidly, as the returns for January and February Short-. Dining the past term there has been re ceived at the factory 94,880 gallons o£ milk, and the quantity of butter sold amounts to 3i-,.i92J,. lbs. While tlio machinery was out of order the average return was as high as lib of butter for oOllis. ot milk bu...

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Visit of the Director of Agriculture. HIS OPINION ON LOCAL SOILS. SOME SUGGESTIONS RE MANURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 25 March 1892

visit of tlie Director of Agriculture. HIS OPINION ON LOCAL SOILS. SOME SUGGESTIONS RE MANURES. According to a promiso made soino little timo ago Mr. H. C. Anderson, tho Director of Agriculture, caine to Moss Vale on Wednesday last for tho pur pose of delivering a lecture at Robertson relative to tlio soils of the district, and tho suitability of diffe rent manures. In the afternoon ho was driven ont ?by Mr. Ni lUThioaby to inapeet two large cabbago garden':] ut Uurrawang. ncre tno proprietors woro found to be using very expensive manure—paying aa much an £13 10s. per ton. It was undoubtedly 'a good manure, but too - costly.' ' Mr/ 'Anaorson pointed out that a fertiliser of exactly the samo quality could lie obtained from the Colonial Sugar Company for £7 per ton. , Discussing tho method adopted in the planting of cabbages, Mr. Anderson advised those so engaged not tn put in the whole nf tho manure at first becauso the fertilisers aro so soluble that with a heavy shower of rain tho ...

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

Certainly tho beat medicine known is SANDElt and SONS' EUCALYPTI EXTRACT, Teat its eminently powerful effects in coughs, ccldo, in fiueniia ; tho. relief is instantonous. In serious oases and accidents of all kinds, bo they wounds burns, oealdings, bruises, sprains it is tho safest romedy— no swelling— no inflammation. Lato apprising effects produced in croup, diphtheria, bronchitis, inflammation of tho lungs, swellings, &c., diarrhoea, dysentry, diseases of tho kidneys and urinary organs. Iu uso at hospitals aud clinics all over, tno world ; patronised by His Majesty tlio King of Italy ; crowned with medal and diploma tio Intornaitonal Exhibition, Amstordam. Trust to an approvod article nnd reject gII others.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 29 March 1892

gg'-1 ? ?- — ? Factory Butter Market. — Tho Produce Exchange co-operates with 400,000 citizens, to dispose of Factory and Dairy Butter in Sydney, the nearest an best market. — Hawkun & Vance, 95 Sussex-street. WANTED a bright intelligent lad aa Apprentice to tho Printing Business. Apply Office, Mosa Valo. ' ir® mean1 mvn a tpi^ihgiu IN MOSS VALIjif-a/sdmll Convor^cnii PADCOCIC well grassed Rd/watercd. AiMy 4 )jG. TATE, . \[ ? Lacliey-nt., I joM Vnlo. £20 Reward if Stolen ; 10s if Strayed. STRAYED or STOLEN from Evansdalo Paddocl:, about 14th or lGth March, 1 ROAN COW, cocked homo, branded U Y G on ribs, E C on rump. Tho above reward v/ill bo paid for information lead in? to tho conviction of tho offender or oGfondors. EDWARD CARTER, Golden Vnlo, Sutton Forest. j TENDERS. TENDERS aro invited — tabor only — for . ADDITIONS nnd REPAIRS to HOUSE and STORE. Tondcro muot bo in boforo WEDNES DAY, 30th instant. Particulars upon application. SAMUEL & CO., Storekeepers, Mesa V...

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The Wombeyan Caves Road. (To the Editor). [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 29 March 1892

Ulie WomiiiSieyiim (Caves. Koad. (To the Editor J, Sm'— ?n ? recc't i3suo of your paper, you re-publish a letter from the Australian Star signed ' Retrenchment,' in ^'ch the writer, burnine with economic and patriotic zeal (at the rate of 5 small volcano), in the most abject terms bcseechcs tho Honorable the Minister for Works, to put hia foot Oil the 'alleged 'scandalous waste of public moneys ' that would result in constructing the road to the Caves from this district, and, after ratline about ' nulin''3 and cuttincn' nn t).n ? ? i _--5 (who ever heard of a road without them) he winds up with a wail about the expenee of a bridrro to cross the Wollomlilly. What a mare's -mt Who hut he ever said that a bridce would be wanted ' The river (except of course during floods) being for'dablo requires no bridge, and aa tourists and excursionists don't generally go 'outing' in flood times, thev very naturally won't require a bridge to cross the river. This writer further alleges— without a g...

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ALLEGED CONFESSION BY SWANSTON. THE WHITECHAPEL AND RAINHILL MURDERS. PERTH, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 29 March 1892

ALLEGED CONFESSION BY SWANSTON. ! THE WHITECHAPEL AND RAINHILL MURDERS. Perth. Friday. I have succeeded in confirming the informa tion which I sent to you of the alleged confession of Swanston. that he was implicated in both tho Rainhill and Whitechapel murders. The confession was made by Swanston to his legal adviser, Mr. R. S. Hayneo. When the case was first placed in his hands, Mr. Haynes demanded to know the whole strength of his defence: Swanston replied that he would make a clean breast of it, and said that he was guilty of the rtainmll murders. On the subject of the Windsor murder careful reticence was observed on both Rides. Mr. Haynes then asked on the subject of the Whitechapel murders. He desired to know whether his client was or was not Jack the Ripper. Swanston replied that he had committed the last two murders in 1S90, but that he knew nothing of the previous ones. It is understood that Swanston relies for his defence up -n the fact that the murder was alleged to have ...

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THE WINDSOR TRAGEDY. LONDON, March 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 29 March 1892

the w0^nD@®nE irjsA©G3in)'C. ] {S'jdnry Morning Herald Correspondent). London. March 25. According to the Stanford, Deeming announced on the occasion of his marriage with Miss Mather atRauihill that he was the only con of Mr. Albeit Willi&m Williams, of London. March 2G, After having been released from Hull GaM, where he had served a sentence of nine months for frauds perpetrated on a jeweller in Hull, Deeming went direct to Chester, and thence to Liverpool and Bainhiil. It has trahspircd that after committing the murders Deeming kept large fire3 at Dcnh.im Villa, and the ashea found in the grates of the kit cheu and the drawing-room contained a residuum . of cMh, from which it is inferred the he burned a | quantity of the victim's clothing. v j A stained necktie wa3 found in Denham Villa. It had evidently been torn ofT by Deeming when he was heated by digging. When he was in South Africa Deeming assumed ? an M.A. degree after his name. While on board - the steamer Dunkcld, ...

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The Greatest Show on Earth. AT MOSS VALE NEXT THURSDAY [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 29 March 1892

HEae (Greatest, SBiow on Earth. AT MOSS VALE NEXT THURSDAY Our readers arc by this time pretty well aware of the fact that on Thursday next Sells famous cirous will be in Moss Vale, and v/ill give afternoon and evening representations. The unbounded reputa tion acquired by this marvellous cavalcade is some guarantee of an ample treat being provided for those who favor it with their patronage. As some doubts have been expressed on the subject wo may state that the whole show is to be presented. Messrs Sells sav that itis not divided. 44 never was. and novcr will be.' Selecting from the comments made elsewhere we quote the opinion of the Mel bourne Age, which says that this wonderful show 44 mustbe pronounced a brilliant success, for it may be safely said that no such panorama of wonders has ever been unfolded to a Melbourne audience ;' that 4- all is so good it would be hard ta pick out any particular item as being the most worthy of praise.' and that 4,it would take too much space t...

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THE JOURNEY FROM PERTH TO ALBANY. EXCITING SCENES. ALBANY, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 29 March 1892

THE JOURNEY FROM PERTH TO ALBANY. EXCITING SCENES. Albany, Saturday. A large crowa assembled to witness tne ucpar- * tnre. and were disappointed at not seeing Swanston. Most of the sightseers took tickets to Guildford, so that litt.'c was gained by the police manoeuvres. Williams made his appearance smoking a cigar and wearing the same cynical smile which has dis tinguished his public appearance since he arrived. In the carriage for a few moments before the train started he leaned back easily against the scat, quietly puffing his cigar, and watching with amused interest the crowd who peered in through the windows. It was noticed that he took great pre cautions to hide his handcuffs, and he took the first opportunity of hinting that they ohould be taken ofF. Detective Cawsey was showing a new style of American handcuffs, and Swanston remarked, M I don't see the use of th^m things unless a man's 'obstropolus.' They did handcuff me on my way down from Southern Cross.' The subjcct was q...

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Local News. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 29 March 1892

Local Kews. A post*otficfl wan established on the 21nt instant at Barber's Creek (in lieu of tho receiviug oflice), near Marulan. '?Kohocs1' by Kanp;aloou, to appear in the Seruiintfr on Friday next, will contain an account cf a humorous intcrvioretfith His Satanic Majesty, entitled 'The Devil's Lunnnt, — hiu opinion on preachers and parsons.' I Ifc would appear that in our account of the Church | of Kncland school nicnic last week praiso wao | awarded with too 1 ineral a hand, and thnt credit i *as given to (some who did not actually an3int. i Tho real workers were Mr, R. Vilcs, Mis3 Fox, j Mnr. Croaker, Miss Haytcr, and Mr. Too3c. I Wc would remind policy-holders of the A.M.V. Society re iilent in this district that Mr. F. 12. Joseph, son of Mr. S. A, Joseph, M.L.C., and a member of the firm of Montotioro, Joseph and Co , Is a candidate for election to one of the vacaucies ou tho Board of Dircetort-. A special meeting of the Burrawang Vigilance Committee which h id been convened f...

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Rifle Match. MOSS VALE V. SYDNEY RIFLE RESERVES. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 29 March 1892

Rifle Match. MOSS VALE T. SYDNEY EIFLE RESERVES. A friendly match took p^aoe between the above teams on the Moss Vale raage on Saturday after* coos last, and resulted in a very close tinish, the viators winning by four points. Priv. Birt (of the Sydney Reserves) was the top s corcr, making 62 out of a possible 70. Mr. Lambert captained the losal team, and Capt. Birlee the visitors. Subjoined ; are the individual scores : — I MOSS VALE RESERVES. j ? $ y ds T1 C. Taylor ... 32 2G — 5S F. Richardson ... 28 27 — 35 G. Bailey ? 27 25—52 | F. Wotton ... ... 27 25 — 52 H. G. Lambert ... 27 25 — 52 P. Bray ... ... 29 23—52 R. H. Jervis ... 32 20 — 52 J. L. Varlow ... 27 23 — 30 W. Jones ? 25 24 — 19 J. Watts ... ... 24 24 — IS 27S 242 520 SYDSET RESERVES. Priv. Burt ? 32 30—62 Priv. J. Williams... 32 27—51# Priv. H. Vernon ... 23 29—57 Capt. Barlee ... 30 26—56 TreasL Mitchell ... 33 20 — 63 Priv. W.BeR ... 24 27-51 Priv. Came ... 96 23 — 49 Pnv. G. Douglas M. 28 21 — 10 Sec. Miller ? 20 25...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 29 March 1892

The British Government will appoint a committee to inquire into the treatment of nabitual drunken^ iies*. PnoTOonAi'HV.— Mr. Sibcrt, the well-known photographer, whose reputation for over thirty v*»aro has established bun a favorite, is now at Jkmral, where he has erected, at great expense, a etudio, which will enable him to turn out work superior to anything in the district. Everybody in invited to his studio to judgo fur them celves. . Satisfaction guaranteed. Photos taken by iiifltar.tnncouo procuw. All work beautifully ennmcllcd, and thereby prevented from fading. Sydney prices. No photographer named John tftnall, lienry Hay, or William Jackson io in tny employ, or in any way connected with my firm. £10 reward will he paid for information of any photographer obtaining money or work in my name, not legally authorised.' Printed form of rcceipfc can afc onco satisfy yoa. — C. A. Sibert, photographer, Mom Vale, Kcad'tiu&rtcrs, BowroL r*Al)VTi

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Burrawang Reserve Rifle Coy. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 29 March 1892

CBniG'raTCJjag deserve Eifle Coy. The quarterly general meeting of members of the aliovc wao held at the Club Hotel. Bunawanc, on Saturday evening last. Capt. Allen (President) occupied the chair, aud there were also present — Mcssro: W. H. Rudpe, A. K. D. Yonge, T. Elliott, G. Lcfevre, S. Hayter, L. E. Ball, C. Stuhbings, and J. P. Lav. Ier (hon. cec.) Correopondence waa read from headquarter relative to the isane of railv/ay passes to members of rifle companica wishing to attend teani3 matchcg, and notifying that the president ohould cxercine his judgment in recommending audi passeo, a3 it wa3 intended that the recommendation should only be made in casea where small expenditure was entailed. It wan further stated that as a rule teama matches would be shot ol simultaneously — each at their own range. From tho aamo department a circular wao read, intimating that a pass would be granted j to one officer of each team engnged. for the purpose of chocking scores. A letter was read front...

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Mittagong & District Horticultural Society. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 29 March 1892

Mittaeong & District Qorticaltaral Society. The annual chow of the above society— ibe filth beld since the formation of tho institution— waf opened in the Church of England Scboolrom, MitU gong, cn Thursday afternoon last. The committee had endeavoured to make arrangementa to have Lord Jcreey declare the show open, but owing to his Excettcncy not being able to b« pre*entf tliis duty fell upon Aid. Richards (Mayor of Mittagong). Although half-past two was the time announced For opening, it was almort an hour later before everything was in readiness. The Mayor then, in a neat speeeb, declared the chow open. Following is a complete l«et ol the awards : — Sixtjov 1 : Ff.owEiw. — Opto to gentlemen nod ama teurs only. Judge:.— M'-ssrs. Cope and Son. Stewards.— Mcrn. Richards and Erar.-r. Collection of miscettaRectiacut Cowers and pcrcn« nhl-j, two entries : Mr. Robert Snowden 1, Mirs Vatighan 2 Callcction of ror«. one entry : Mi:3 Vaughan Collection ofpansie?, two entries: Mi»;3 V...

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