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PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 23 September 1892

Pbesbytbrtan. ; Moss Vale 11 aud 7 i Sutton Forest S.-tRev. B. Borry, M.A. -? - :T. .v

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
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Selected Poetry. WHAT I LIVE FOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 27 September 1892

V.^V s ' SelMted t Vbetvy. :- V . - WHAT I L1VK FOR. , I live for thoao who love mo, Whosohcarta are kind and truo } For tho heaven that smiles above me, And awaits my epirit, too; For al. human ties that bind m?, For tho task my God assignod mo, J- Vv For the bright hopes left behind mo, . .. t t ' .And the good that I can do. I live to learn their story, Who'vo suffered for my cake, To cmulato their glory, Anil follow in their walto ; ' BardB, patriots, martyrs, sages, ' 1 Tho noblo of all nges, Whoso deeds crown history's pages, And times great volumo make. ' I livo to hold communion \ . By all that is divine, To feel thoro is a vn'on , 'Twixt naturo'o heart and inino j To profit by affliction, . ? ? ? Reap truthn fmin fiolds of fiction * . -Grow wise from conviction, And fulfil cadi grand design. I livo to hail that ecaBon, ' . By gifted minds foretold, - When men shall livo by reason, And not alono by gol-1 ; When man to man united, And overy wrong thing righted, Tho whole show...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 27 September 1892

JOHN WRIGHT, M.P.8., MEBIUKL'AIt. nn^lILiffi,, MITTAGONG. Nearly Twenty Years Established in the District Children's Specialist, SUin Affections, ka., tea. Privato and Confidential Afflictions treated with the greatest Secreoy aud tho utmost Reliability. No unnecessary Expense. No humbug. But the Benefit of long Kxperieuco and successful Practice. ?? PRIVATE MEDICINES, 21/. . Addrces ' Privato Box,' as aboves. If Important Register Lotter. .J5E CURTAIN OF DESIRED ADPRE36. % '' ^4 Impurity oftlie Blood.— Enfeebled Existence. -nils mrflclm cmbrara every nttribnto required in a mncrol w 1 ?, rc°K3? : oTcrtums tho foundation of dlsooso ir ,''a '?pIIrf nlr- In obstruction or eon. mill ™ II ' 1)('7'='3. or nny other orprnj, theso thinti h^ ,nJ Eerviccubio r.nd eminently successful. Thoy shonitl bo lept in rc'-lines3 in overy family, being a medidno oi rS coSituuS 5-011113 proon5' I,nrt!culMly 10 ''-« ? Biliousness, Loss of Appetite, Head ache, and liowness of Spirits. Thesp Pills offoct a...

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Moss Vale R. R. Corps. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 27 September 1892

Hoss Valo IIS. DB. (Dorps. . A committee meeting of the above wns held at Mr. F. Wotcon's on Friday evening last. It was decided to hold the quarterly meet ing in the Oddfellows' Hall. Permission was granted to tha Sutton Forest School Cadet Corps to use the rifle range on condition that thev used the Moss Vnle R. R. Corps' marker and not interfere with their shooting. It was decided that all rifles loaned to the company bo handed in for inspection to the treasurer on Or before October 1st, and that the treasurer be empowered to kesp sufficient for musketry purposes. Members not hand ing their rifles in to bo fined 2s Gd as per by laws. The treasurer's account for marking, £1 19s., to be paid. Mr. Latrberfc was empowered to. procure a champion gold medal for 1892, co3t not to exceed £3. The treasurer was instructed to bring a list of members who havo drawn their effi ciency ammunition for 1S9I to next meeting It was decided to expend the sum of £15 in prizes during tho ensuing quart...

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That Cattle Stealing Case. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 27 September 1892

. ? That Cattle Stc^linig (Case. At the Cootomundra Polico Court, Jamos Thomas Dillon waa ohargod with eattlo stealing. Senior-Sorgonnt Mnguiro dopo3od an to the arrest of priconor who told him that ho bonght oomo of tho eattlo from Haylor and Graham, Burrawanft, and Robert Turnbull, Tarruup.a MoosJYalo, H. Taylor and Mro. Baxter. Mnn.^r, ~C TIT ? TT.1_ -T ? ?! -r I nuuiu ui AU.UUJ VUIU ILUpOUOU ; X nm a mail contractor ; saw accucod about 15th last 'month in company with a man . named William Sowoll, about V miloa irom Mods Valo ; ho aokod mo did I want to buy some horses ; I oaid I might want ono, but I did not want throo ; thoy oaid tho horses , Trould bo sold at Bowrul on Saturday ; wo met thoro again on Sunday, and acousod said why ho wanted to soil tho horaos wns tecauso ho wanted to buy eattlo ; told him I . had two opringors and a hoifor for salo, and ?would tako £U for tho throo; ho said ho would givo mo two horoon for tho throe eows, but I would not tako if. On looking for...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
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The Munic[?] Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 27 September 1892

'Trine nMnmneiP* Association. Mr. Hutoh :j jon reminded his boarors at tho annuij^jGnferonco that it is now ten years oince.^Senry Parko3 first took action in Pa^yiVoiont with regard to a Local Govern ?Wit Bill. Tho speaker sagaciously opined lOayea contemporary) that there -must have bnnn nnmn vnnnnn r.,],.. ? ? ? gone on with ; but perhaps ho would havo boon moro correct had he said thoro wbro two or three such reasono. Tho Vico-president himself named one important roason being the objection on the part of some people owing to their dread of increased taxation ; and onothor might possibly be found in tho nnwillingness of members of Parliament to part with that influence over tho apportion ing of State funds for local purposes which many politicano in the past are said to havo found to constitute a very serviceable com mand of State patronage. But these seem small reasons against tho main body of puohcopinion. lwo-tnirds of tho population is already solf-taxed for municipal purpos...

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Bowral Council. THURSDAY, SEPT. 22nd. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 27 September 1892

? Bowral Council. ' TirtresDAY, Sept. 22nd. Prosont : Aldermen Holmos (^Mayor) I Harrison, Oxloy, Cobb, Bissakor, Rieo, and Franklin. CORRESPONDENCE. From tho Dopartmont of Justico, otnting that tho Dopartmont had decidod to loaoo tho Council Ohambors for a courthouse for anothor twolvo months. From tho Dopartmont of Lands, asliiug for cortain monoy duo. From Dr. W. P. Cullon, M.P., stating that ho and hio collooguos wero doing thoir best to got tho Womboyan Cavos road gono on with. REP0UT3. .amounts recoived since Jast mooting;— £8 17q 7d ; N.P.A. nccounto £7 19s 8d ; ront 5s ; building feo 53 ; liconoo 5s ; total £17 lis 7d. Ovordraft that day, £027 8s 3d. Tho Clerk of Works roportod that tho labourers had boon employoil on genoral maintonaneo work. Soroonings woro a failuro unless motal was bonoath. Recom mondod railway aohos. A good gravol could ho got at Marulan. Rosolvod that tho clork bo instructed to got two truck loado of ashos from tho railway and ono truck load of gravol ...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 27 September 1892

Local ami ©eaerai Crowded Out. — A number of items aro crowded oat till next ismo. Snows a Dedit Balance; —The estate of Wm. Wells, of Sutton Forcat, ohowa a debit balanco according to the Bankruptcy Court. Srnrso Stallion Parade. — Tho berrima Dis trict Agricultural Society hold their spring stallion Parade to-morrow (Wednesday) on tho Show ground. Mr. Yco (hon. ncc.), with tho committee, haue arrange;! matter3 ao that with ? fine weather a moat successful gathering 'ia anticipated. Mr. Goodridgc will have a booth on tho ground. Tho entries will not close this morning as previously intended, but it baa now boon arranged to take post entries. Land Sale.— Messrs. Finlayand Co., of Goul burn roport sale in the estate of tho late Walter Clark, as mortgages, 1345 acres I rood 32 perches of the Straithair estate, at £3 5s an acre — total £4372 14a -Id— Mr- Jame3 Baxter, of Pictcn, being tho purchaser. Diseases is Snp.Er Act. — It is notified that tho following brands and marks have been ...

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Robertson. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 27 September 1892

Kolbeptsoin. I (From Our Corrcsj}ojichit'J\ '. - The Robertson Dairy Company aro lookintr forward to a large supply of milk during tho summef nnd to cope with the came four now separators, caah capable of senorating 300 gallons an hour, are now beron erected by the well-known firm of Messrs ' Waugh and Josephson, of Sucser-street, Sydney. When completed tho company ., will bo able to separate-l,3o0 gallons an hour, Which will prevent any ofthcinilkqomgsour.asitisprobablo cepara Tho monthly meeting of tho Acricult11r.1l Committee will bo hold on Thursday evening, when the further rovision of schedules wil^fco considered.

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RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 27 September 1892

RAILWAY. Down Trains.— A* mail train leaves Sydnoy daily (Saturdays excepted) at 9 pm, Campbelltown 10.8, Pioton 10.53, Mittagong 12.12 a m» Bowral 12.10, Moss Vale 12.40, arriving at Goulburn at 2.20, and Albury 11.55. The Melbourne express leaves Sydney daily (Saturdays and Sundays excopted) at 5.15 p m, Mittagong 8, Bowral 8.S, arriving at Moss Vale at 8.20. leaves at 8.45, arrives at Goulburn at 10.8 aud Albury 5.50 a m. A passenger train leaves Sydney daily (Sundays excopted) at 9.30 a m, Mittagong 12.36 p m, Bowral 12.45, Moss Vale 1.25, Goulburn 3.5. A tourist train leaves Sydney every Saturday at 7.55 am, Picton 9.55, Mittncomr il.5. Bowral 11.12, Moss Vale 11.35, arriving at Goulburn at 2.20 p m. A second tourist train leaves Sydney every Saturday at 2.2S p m, Mittagong 5.30, Bowral 5.37, and arrives at Moss Vale at 5.50; A passenger train leavos Sydney daily (Satur days and Sundays excepted) for Picton at 5.17 p.m., and a mixed train leaves Picton for Mittagong at 7.57 p m...

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BREVIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 27 September 1892

[?] Minstrelsy Mirth and Melody To-morrow night at Oddfellows' Hall. ? ? Next Friday last day to register dogs. Miss Julia Molony^ miUnier, Moss ~Vole. As signed to W. H. Hoskings (NV. Gardener and Com pany),- of Sydnoy. ' ' Arry : I say, Bill, why do thorn noospaper blokes caU'fir'e the devourin' helemcnt ? Bills felowoj if I know, 'Arry, unlesa it's co3 it heats hoverythink it comc3 near. If this should meet tho oyo of a tall handsome military looking, dark-complexioncd, stylish, well dre^cd young mau, wearing nperfeeb fitting suit, lis will bo able to cay that Adams, Moss Vfilo io, an artist in tailoring, and can help a unn to win a wife or -fortune. Sir Henry Parkes caid on Thursday that he con demned any course which would plungo tho country into a general election. And yot, ho ia going to try to bring this about by voting for Roid's motion. Mr. Al. Fordes tcoder has been accepted by the department for the construction of an awning to tho Mittagong Post ClSce. Mo33 valo United ...

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The Municipal Election. NOMINATION DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 27 September 1892

iriao ElmicipaJ Election, NOMINATION DAY. Tho nominations for the clcction of an alderman to fill tho vacancy caunnd by the resignation of tbo lato Mayor took placo on Saturday morning last at the Council Chambers, Moss Vale. The Mayor (Archer B. Young. Ecq.) actcd as returning officcr. Besidcsthocandidatcs lorclcctionthcrc wero present -^Aldermen Johu Cullen and Goodridgc, and .-ucssrs. uciwara iuancl, Ucorgo Tato, J.F., A. Salmon, and a few other.'. Very little, interest in deed was taken by the ratepayers. Tho Mayor read the advertisement which appeared in tho Sp'ttiittcff in virtue and compliance witli tho Muni cipal Act. Ho then read tho two 'nomination papers received and which appear in our advertise ment columns. Mr, Geo, Tate said ho had plcacuro in nropo3ing Thomas Joseph Conlon no a candidate V?'tho office of alderman. Ho bolievcd if he wero outccssful in being returned ho would always dojustico to the best of his r:nowlcdgo and ability. ^ Mr. A. Salmon h id pleasure topr...

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POSTAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 27 September 1892

POSTAL. OnMondayo, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays the mail will leave Moss Vnle at 1 .HOn.in,, arriving at undermentioned places at times stated Yarrunga at 3 a.m , Barrengarry, 6.30 a.m., Kangaroo Valley, G.30 a.m., Cambewarrn, 8.45 a.m., Nowra 9.45 a.'m. On Saturday*, Mondays, Tuesday*, Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays, they will be despatched as follows : — Lcavo Nowra 3.30 p.m., Cambewarrn, 4.30 p.m., Kangaroo VaUcy, 7 p.m., Bairengarry, 7.45 p.m., Yarrunga, 11.45 p.m., arriving at Moss Valo at 1.15 a.m., on Sundays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays. Tho mail at present despatched froin Moss Valo at 2.50 a.m- on Monday will not* be despatohed until G.30 a.m. The mails at present depatclied to places on the southern lino beyond Moss Vale on Sunday at 2.30 a.m. will bo discontinued, and in lieu thereof tho mail3 will be despatched at 12.30 a.m. on Mondav. A train will bo run on Sunday evening, leaving Sydney at 9 p.m. Under tho new sys...

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Friday Night's Storm. A TERRIBLE GALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 27 September 1892

IMdi&y rjfglit'o A TERRIBLE 'GALE. A storm of exceptional intensity broke over tho , district on Friday evening last and continued with increasing severity until Oo'clock on Saturday morn ing. At times the wind blew witli hurricano force and at -1 o'clock in the morning its velocity must have been over 100 miles an hour. The gale has r.ll round tho district left behind cvidenccaof its ceverity. A heavy fall of rain accompanicd it. It is doubtful if ever a more severe gale Ins raged m our district and it must be years silica such an extraordinary south-easterly gale ln3 raged here. Tho rush of water was so great that it carried almost everything beforo it. The creek crossing Argyle-strcet by the railway hridce was over it3 banks and afeneo bounding Mr. Clay tonVpropcrty is carried away. Trees and fcnccs all around were found to be out of the perpendicular or elcc entirely uprooted or cleared aw.iy Windows and door3 wero forced open and in many eases pcoplo were awakened out o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 27 September 1892

A Pair, Beautiful Si!W/^Sulpholino Soap gives tho natural tint and \^.ch»Uj{r^,oIoom of a perfect complexion ; makc3'tliu8Uin''/i00th9 supple healthy, comfortable, Sulpholinf /oap, Gd tablets Everywhere. — Advt. // Liver Complaints.— I^ei. I /z'a Dandelion and Quinine Liver I'ills, with' ut/ icrcury, aro a potent remedy j removpall livor^V /otomaeh complaints, biliousness, headache, oic^acss, ahoulder pains heartburn, indigestion, constipation. Mado only ia London*. Sold everywhere. — Advt. TO ADVERTISERS. — Orders for Advertise ments in the Scrutin'KEK should, iu all instances, havo tho Number of Insertions for which they aro inteuded plainly written on the /aco of the copy, otherwise they will be continued until countermanded, and charged accordingly. In* dividual members, ordering on behalf of any Society or Club, are themselves held responsible for payment. . SHOP TO LET, adjoining Scrutineer Office Apply offico of this paper. TO LET in MOSS VALE tho Building iccently occupied b...

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Local Information. COACHES. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 27 September 1892

BiOcnl Information. COACHES. Fon Sotton Fokebt.— Hnddin's coach leaves M023 Valo at 7.1o a in rcturnigu nt 8 a m 2.15 p m ,, 3pm 7 p hi ,, 8pm, Ifaro Id single, children Gd ? For. Berrima. — Haddin's coach lcarcs Moss Vale at 7 a m returning at 12 noon 2.15 p in „ 8pm Fare In Gd single, children 9d Small charge made foe pnrccla sent through tho driver, Sundays as abovo except tho midday journeys Spccial trips made at any timo on application to Mr Haddin Coachc3 al30 run to Robertson and Kangaroo Valley

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Unclaimed Letters. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 27 September 1892

HJuDcE^amed ILefctcrs. Tho following unclaimed letters aro lying at tho General Post Office, Sydney, and can bo obtained by giving the correct number of tho letter, with tho date and number of the list, (No, 24) LETTERS FROM PLACES BEYOXD THE COLOKY. 49 Mrs A. Atchison, Picton ft r. a 'Fiirrmv Xfn.a Vnlr, 80 C. Grime. Moss Vale 12 J. Hamilton, Joadja Creek 25 G. W. Hardy, Bundanoon 140 H. May. Moss Valo G Michl. O'Brien, Mittagong 100 Jas. Purdon, Bowral (2) COUNTRY LETTERS. 48 Ah Sing, Bowral 116 Geo. Allison, Mittagong (2) 155 Jas. Anderson, Bowral i 176 M. Anderson, Bowral 173 Mr Baylis, Bowral (2) 478 Jas. Boyd, Kangaroo Valley 493 Mr Bradforn, Moss Vale 58G Thos. Broudie Mittagong 713 Mr Buchanan, Bowral - : ' 802 Mrs Bukham, Bowral 814 J. Butler, Moss Vale 53 Mrs (jr. Campbell, M033 Valo T ' * : 210 L. Caylcy, Bowral 243 Wm. Chappie, jun.; Mittagong (2)' 273 Chas. Christie, Mittagong . . 209 Miss R. Clark, Mess Vale ' 1 314 Mro Clarke, Bowral . 335 T. Clarke, M033 Vale T-.' ' ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 27 September 1892

Cortainly tho best medicine known is SANDRK and SONS' EUCALYPTI EXTRACT? Test its eminently powertul effects in coughs, ccldo, in fluenza ; tho relief is in3tantonou3. In Eorious cases nnd accidents of all kinds, thoy wounds burns, Bcaldingo, bruises, sprair J it j0 tho safest remedy— no swelling— no i' . lamination. Late uprising effects produced ;'/ croup, diphthoria, bronchitis, inflammation pytho lungs, swellings! 4c., diarrhcea, dysentry, -1 ,eases of tho kidneys and urinary oralis In use// hospitals aud clinics all over the world; patroOsed by His Majesty tho King of Italy icrownc /with medal and diplomatic Intornaitonal T.xlubi _on, Amsterdam. Trust to an npprovedftrtiele' .ad reject all others. To, Ccnn |Siny /DISEASES.-Sulpholino Lotion quickly drive , ay/y eruptions, pimples, blotches redness, ccselaa,' aeno, disfigurements, roughness' and scurf, lfa. //caving a clear spotless skin and beautiful comjM ,xion. Sulphohno ia c. ncces ity for the skill, csjv.jially in hot clima...

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SHELWOOD! [By E. J. COOLING.] CHAPTER XIII. NEST' STORY, (CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 27 September 1892

m ? '' SHELWOOD I ? ? - ? :i . ; i . : ? . ' ;. ; [By K. J. COOLING.] CHAPTER XIII. .' Nest' Story, (continued.) Hero Mrs. Arnold's voice faltered, and she I paused for a few moments, but recovering I herself continued, 'The day after lie wont away T received n letter from Bertram, tell ing mo of nil that had happened but assuring me most solemnly tlmt ho was not guilty, That tlio fraud had been perpetrated by another, but until his innocence could be clearly established he must remain an exile . from home. As bis employee believed him guilty so also would everyone else with whom he came in contact, and to remain ill a place where all looked upon him ns n criminal was - more than his sensitive spirit could bear. / The letter went on to sivy that some day the crime would bo brought homo to the guilty party, and until that time I must be content to believe his won!. Ho also wrote a similar letter to papa nnd jiamma, urging them to believe in his innocence and declaring his intention o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 27 September 1892

Poblic Notice. — Mr. Sibert, photographer, iu thanking tho public for their kind patronago, begs to announce that as ho has weathered the winter, ho has determined to remain, and his travel ling photo waggons are now traversing tho differont I districts, and will visit every homestead, farm, etc., in rotation. Await his arrival. Photos at greatly reduced prices. Cabinetsize — 15spcrdozen, 9s per half-dozen; C.D. V. size — 10s Gd per dozon, Gs Gd per half-dozen. All work beautifully enamelled aud guaranteed satisfactory. Mr. Sibert has a largo otook of picturo frames and mouldings ohoap at his studio, Bowral,— Advt,

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