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CRICKET. GOVERNMENT HOUSE V. SUTTON FOREST BUTCHERING COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 1 April 1892

; , CRICKET. ? Govbenmeot Bouse v. Smrrox Forest Butcher INO CotlPAHV. [ A match took placo on tho ' Hlllviow ' wicket, i Sntton Forest, on Wednesday afternoon, and re ; suited in a win for tho ' butohcr boys ' by 39 runs. ; For tho homo team P. Waller, H. Badcory, and j 0. H. Lewis (10 cach) batted beat, wnilo Jno. j Fleoton, with GO (not out) to his credit did tho ! lion's eharc of tho batting for tho viaitora. Sub joined aro tho scorco : — Government House, ; Capt. Cholmondoly, o Stubbinjjo, b j Jno. Fleoton ... . ... 5 { E. Prigg, c Smith, b Jaa. Fleoton ... 8 Lord Ancram, b Jan. Fleoton 1 ? 1 A. Clarke, o Poole, b Jas. Fiecton ... 5 F. Garfortb, b Jno. Fleoton ... ...P-IO F. Waller, Bt Smith, b Jas. Fiecton ...10 H. Badgcry, b Jno. Fleeton ... 10 C. Laidlcy, h o w, b Jas. Fleeton ... 4 ? C. Bennett, run out ? ... 2 0. H. Lewis, not out ? 10 W. Gough, b Jas. Fiecton ? 3 ; , Sundries ? ... ..4 Total ? ? ? ... 62 Sntton Forest Butchering Co. Jus. Fleeton, b H. Badgcry ... . ... 9 ...

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Questions in the House. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 1 April 1892

educations iu Use Mouse. In the Legislative Assembly on Tuesday even ing. I Mr. Barton, in answer to Mr. M'Courfc, said it was the invariable custom of the Colonial Secretary's I Department, when a magistrate of tho colony became insolvent, if ho did not resign his position I to call upon him to do so. Police magistrates were 1 in different positions to an ordinary magistrate, and , wcro dea't with under the Civil Service Act. Mr. Lyne, in answer to Mr. M'Court, said ho could not say wueu a commencement wouiu ue maue with tho proposed works to supply Bowral and M03S Valo with water until the full report of the Engi neor-in -chief for Harbours and Uivors was before him, which ho hoped to havo shortly. Mr. Barton, in nnswer to Mr. M'Court, sai.l tho matter of enabling each member of the volunteer force to earn tho full capitation allowance provided by Parliament of £12 for the current year, notwith standing tho abandonment of the^ cncunpment, would engage tho attention of tho Governme...

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HORSE RACING. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 1 April 1892

HOB8E BAOISO. Mittagong Jockoy Club Racco, Easter Monday.

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Sells Brothers' Circus. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 1 April 1892

Soils BSrotliers' Circus. Early on Thursday morning two trains conveying | tho paraphernalia of Sella Bros.' circus arrived at j Mo3sVale, and in a brief space cf time afterwards five or six tents had been erected in the paddock opposite Mr. Jnmcs Cullcn's Hotel. The rain was coming down in torrents, and operations wcro very much impeded in consequence. However tho work was smartly done and Mr, Ephraim Sella and Colonel Scelcy the manager wcro determined that if tho weather should only clear up they would go through with tho programme. It wns worth while being present to observe tho discipline of the 200 odd hands who travel with tho circus. Tho work was transacted with lightning speed. A marquee capablo of holding at least 4000 persons was erected, and by nine o'clock evcrthing was in an advanced , ptatc. Tho men were at breakfast, the horses stabled, tho wild animals growling for their food, and five domesticated elephants were amusing them* selves under a light canvas by throwing...

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EVENTS TO COME. ATHLETIC SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 1 April 1892

EVENTS TO COME : I ATHLETIC SrORT3. Catholia Churoh Annual Demonstration, Show Ground, Eastor Monday. | Sporte at Bundanoon on Queen's Birthday.

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SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 1 April 1892

igi '-rStiMsaAiw. . ^notbor Anarchist outrage has boon pot jiotrated in Paris, tho houao of a bnrnstor who recently conducted tho proaocution of sovornl anarchicts havinjj boon urookod by S , dynnmito. Si:: povr.oivj v.-oro injured by tho ^ oxplooion und ono v/cn killed. Tho polico havo not boon ablo to JiiHT ^ ?? any duo to tho porpotrutors of tho out'rpge, ka President Carnot nnnouncoa that ho 'j and adopt moanuroa for expelling nil *~ny toV anarchiata from Franco. i Vd'1' A dianatroua firo ban occurrod in tho l' *.: bour nf Baicolona, in Siniin. Sovon atoanlo, a including two Spanish racn-ot-vrar, v?o5od burnt to tho watoi'a odgo. ...*nd Tho denthof Walt Whitman, tlio AmoricairV. pnet, io aimouucGu. f : A lighted bomb haa beeu found on tlfa ' windowaill of tho polico barracko at'Ivry. M. L'lubet, tho '.French Premier, haa threatoued to closo tho churches in tho evont of tho clergy continuing to proacb political sermons. Ho haa ordorod tl.o oxpuleion of a Scotch Jesuit nnjiod Forb...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 1 April 1892

Ihe Scrutineer. TERMS: Subscription 2/6 per quarter prepaid; 3/- if booked : charged only from the time of commencing. Quarters end March 31, June 30, September 30, December 31, at which periods only can subaoribcra decline by giving a wcclc'o notice in writing direct to the office— not through a local collector— and paying to the then running quarter. Advehtisemest.s — ot less than one inch, 1/- for the first two linc3 and 3d. per line after : advertisements, 3/- for the first inch and 1/6 for ovcry subsequent inch. A liberal reduction made for standing advertisements. Advertisements o births, mauiages, and deaths, if sent by post, must bo authenticated by the signature of some person known as the office, or lliey will not be inserted. Advertisements will be received up to 6 p.m. on day of publication. The number of insertions should be written on the face, or the advertise ments will be continued till countermanded. Orders for withdrawing, altering, or changing advertisements must...

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THE WOMBEYAN CAVES ROAD. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 1 April 1892

THE WOMBEYAN CAVES ROAD Save and except nn occasional contribution to these columns I y our esteemed corres pondent ' Criticus,' the agitation so properly started af?ninst any irregular deviation of tlie Parliamentary grant of £9000 for the construction of a road to tho Worn bey an Caves, via Bullio, seems to have gently flickered out. But whilst the Borrima district has become rnther apathetic — for no reason at all — the people of Goul burn and the places round about have become ' more energetic than ever, and Mr. Thomas Rose is diffusing his fragrance over their efforts by repeated questioning of the Minister . of the day, urging on the construction of the road via Taralga. What arguments exist in favor of thelatterroutehave not yetbeen mude very clear— even by its strongest advocates. The arguments so far have taken the shape of diatribes against tho original proposals to connect with the Caves from the Berrima district, which itis hardly necessary to say isa centre for tourists...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 1 April 1892

Special Advertisements. HOlGIHMIlSlii MOSS V4LE, Upholsterer, Frcnoh Polisher, Pioluro I/ramer. &c, A LARGE Stock of Furniture, Bedsteads nnd | Bodding, Carpct3, Matting, Linoleum, Door Mats, &c., al wtiyn ou hand. Spring Roller and j Venetian Blinds, made and fitted onepaircd. ? ? 'COWlMERGIAl BANKING COMPANY. 01?' C3TT2Dr.7:3'i=rn Established 183!. Incorporated 1818. Hoad 0000 : Gi'oi'.or. Street, Syijnt.v. ? o ? CAPITAL ? '.GOO.OOO ? KESBEVE rtriJD ? £070,000 Rkseiive kor Kql-ausation- of Dividends ? £150,000 Jfonoy rcccivc.:l at Interest nud all other usual Banking Business transacted. E. EVERAltD ROW, MANAOKIt, ? 1,10 SS VALE BRAITG-I. W, H. PALING& CO., EsTADt^lIKU lli'J.i. tNOORVOR.\Ti-.D 1833, f |,Ln I ~ I no' V ' l{° ^ ^ J ~~ 1 i '!v^' n I I ImthO m-VS . j| mitftu i'l v.. ?» hou' ,,v, ' .. ,,-j) tll»\ ' ' . ',t ? .( i-i rljgjjS''1 11 1 _ SBolo Agents for PIANOS by Steinway nnd Sons, Julius Feurich, Uchel and Lcchlciter, Carl Ecko, The Victor, The Bul...

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SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 1 April 1892

spoRTim i ISeertiaHet and other known residents of the different ' - ? localities in which sports occur will oblige by* : tending us particular!! as early at possible after I . tho. several events,]

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Mr. Schey's Charges. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 1 April 1892

Mr, Scliey's Charges. A meeting of tho Cihinet w'as held on Tuesday afternoon, when Ministers determined upon the psrsounolof tho RoyalCommissiou which is to inquire into the charges made by Mr. Schey, ono of the members for Rcdfcrn, against tho Chief Railway Commissioner, Tho eommisioners will bo Mr. Jus tice Owen, Mr. Alexander Kcthcl, aud Mr. John Young, am) ex-Mayor of Sydney. These gentlemen have not yet received their commissions ; but it ia understood that tho Rcnnn nF tii* to all charges which refer to the purity of' railway administration in New South Wales by Mr. E. M. G, Eddy. All matters of reference in connection with this investigation arc to bo submitted to tlie Attorney General, Provision is to be made for the proceedings of the commission to bo open to tlie press.

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The Local Land Board. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 1 April 1892

The Local ILaud Jt£oiu'd. . The following cases came on for hearing at the sltting of the Land Board on Tuesday last, the Gentlemen on the bench being Mr. A. O. Moriarty (chairman) and Mr. W. Morrico, J.P, Samuel Ruse, c p 91-5, 40 acres, Caoura. — No appearance ; adjourned by request to next sitting. George Herbert Russell, cp 91-11, -:0 acres, Bundanoon.— Confirmed ; fencing to be of split posts and two rails. Frederick York Casburn, c 1 92*4, 40 acres, Nun* dialla. — Disallowed; applicant declining to take the area available. Thomas and Henry Ellsmore, c p 92-1, 40 acres, Murrimba. — Disallowed ; tho accessary statutory declaration not having been made. Same, c I 92*3, SO acres, Murrimba. — Disallowed. Richard Hards, junr., c 1 92-2, 530 acres, Joadja. — For subdivision and measurement ; error of des cription authorised to be corrected. Herbert Oliver Carter, ra 91-2, 350 acres. Banga dilly (1) as to suspension of conditions, (2) to enclose roid. — Disallowed. Henry W. T. Pincomb...

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Moss Vale Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 1 April 1892

Moss Vale BUsjiaicipra! Council. Tho usual fortnightly meeting of this council woo hold on nlonilay. night, there being present— Aid. H. Taylor (clinir), Cnllen, Rosa, McGregor, Aunma, Gooilcirtec, and Richardson. coitni'ni'oN'Dr.NOn. 'From the Enqineor.in-Chicf for Existing Lines stating that screenings would be supplied from tlio Bowral tmarry at 24a per truck, oxcluoivo ot freight.— Received. ' From W- Johnson. Commercial Hotel, Mobs Vale, applying for lcavo to put a atop in front'' the hotel.— Received, and referred tjthc\torks Committee. . , Fiom Mr. Oscar Mirow asking permission to erect a six-roomed cottage at tho junction of North and East streets, Moss Valo.— Permission granted on tho plans being submitted. From W. Jones, buildor and contractor, submit tinf plans of additions to tho Royal Hotel, Moss Valo and asking permission to use tho footpath during the piogress of the work.— PcrmiBBion SlFmm' Thomas Brownlow, Gcorgo Hickpy. Thomas Biffcn, and Abraham Lansdowne stating ...

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Bundanoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 1 April 1892

lSumlanoon. (From Our Corresnoiuknt.i A very old and much respccted rciident of Bun. danoon, Mr. Patrick Doylo, sen., ir.ct with a pain ful accident last week. It appears ho was trying to tako a strip of bark off a tree and somohnw or other, while working round tho tree, ho slipped aud foil, hurting hie hip and knee. Aftor laying there for some two or three hours, some neighbours, who had heard liirn coo-ce-ing, carried him to his house. Dr. Barcroft was called in to attend him. On account of his age (nearly 90) the hurt will go very hard with him and it may bo some time hcfnri- 1». m nV-ln to get about again. The Mutual Improvement class held their meoting on Monday evening last when tho premier, Mr. Watts, brought in a bill for the exclusion of the Chinese, which was carried by i majority of four votes. Next Monday they hold a mock trial, a breach of promiso caso being on the board. The prospectus of tlio new inino has made its ap* pearonce, and according to the role laid down aug...

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Bowral to Robertson Railway. (To the Editor). [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 1 April 1892

Bowral to iiobcrtson Railway. (To the Editor j9 mr, — in a late issue you published a report of tho Sydney Water and Sewerage Board, wherein it was stated the Board intended to protest against tho construction of the railway— Bowral to Robertson* as it would injure the Water Reserve. This ui a mistake. From inquiries I have made the railway referred te is not the railway from Bowral to Robert4 son, but a suggested railway of some coal syndicate who pronoso to construct a raiUvjiv frnm nn, rl Innrf at Macquarie Mountain to Mittagong, which would run through the centro of the Water Reserve. Aa a matter of fact the line from Bowral to Robertson does not touch the Water Reserve, all tho water from tho area through which it will run going into the Wingecavribee and Wollondilly Rivers. Yours, &c., ? W. McCOURT.

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SMALL DEBTS COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 1 April 1892

SMALL DEBTS COURT. Shcpherdeon v. Syduey Rush. —Mr, Oxloy nppcaved for plaintiff, and Mr. Gale for defendant. It was an 'action to recover 30/, value^ of an iron tank unlawfully detained. After hearing the evi dence the bench ordered the tank to be returned within 7 days ; verdict of £1 aud 8/- coits iu default. Municipality of Mittagong v. John Wright. — Action to rccovcr £8 18/10 rates for tho year 1890 and 1891. 'Mr. Gale appeared for the council, bnt tho case was settled out of Court. Samo y, H. E. Southey.— Mr. Gale for plaintiffs. Claim for £7 os arrears of rates, Veidict for the amount with 8s costs of court, Frederick Kingham v, James Davis. — Action to recover £4 4s, six weeks board at the rate ot 14* a week. Verdict for amount claimed with 10s costs, Samo v. Daniel Charkcr.— Claim for £1 lis balanco due on a dinner supplied to the Granville Football Club. Mr. Gale defended. Tho bench could not agree, and adjourned the case for a fort night. ? ?

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Mittagong Police Court. MONDAY, MARCH 28TH. (Before Messrs. H. Childs and A. Girard, Js.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 1 April 1892

Mittugons DcoIIce Court. Monday, Maiich 28th. (Beforo Messrs. II. Child* and A. Girard, Js.P,) T. M'Cann v. Mrs. Clifford.— Ihia was an actiou for compensation for injury done by a deg at Mitta gong. Tho case was withdrawu on payment of 4/10 costs by the dufctidaut. Police v. Adam Boyd. — Defendant was charged with making use of obscene languago, and pleading guilty was fined 10/- and 4/10 costs. Police v. Alf. McCann. — Defeudunt pleaded guilty to a charge of cruedty to a horse, and \ras fined 1/- and 4/10 costs, E. A. Roty y. Jnmes McCausland. — This was an actiou to rccovcr a dray, harness, and furniture, illegally detained. The case was settled, defend ant agreeing to hand over'the cost of the articles. Mr. Gale appeared for complainant.

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Unclaimed Letters. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 1 April 1892

Unclnitned Cotters. I The following itnchimcd lettorn arc now lying nt ?w: tho 0«P»0»t Sydney, tmd may be hnd on nppuca* !.,a Uon. Pnrtica claiming aro requested to civo tho . correct number (No. G), and mtinbci of the letter, v. and also the date of tho Hot (Feb. 15). Places fiiom ju.vosj) the Coi.o.sv. 24 Barrett Bros., lhtmwancj V. 122 Cv-nb-tj Mit«. .T., r.ui!^oui;i 100 Duflo Mra. ])., Picton 3 Kavnuagh J. V., Mittagong 19 Oldham H,f Burrawaug -- 33 Osborne H. Bowral 131 Souttcr Joseph. Bowral 132 riouttcrJ., Bowral 204 Stipple J,, Burrawang ?v -V COTNTI.Y LKTTKKH. 182 Arclicr H., Burrawang \ 200 Armstrong W. J., Bowral \ 3 xsAdior, Mo&s Vnlo i 24? Bell \Y. B., Kobertflon ' - 254. Benhnm 1\, Moss Valo ? 306 Berry Job., Bowral 430 Bonk G. A., Barber's Creek 483 Bowdcn Mrs., Bowral fi04 Brognn Mr., Mosa Vnlo i 073 Brown .T. L., Jamberoo 718 Bjueo Mr., Sutton forest 732 Buchanan, liowrnl SOI Byrne Jns., Bowral SB Campbell W., Bowral uv..' 10S Cayley N., Bowral ' 222 Cliarlc...

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THE WINDSOR TRAGEDY. LONDON, March 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 1 April 1892

iriinna ^wurjddscidi^ irnB.-a-&n3©y. (Sydney JCorning Herald Correspondent). LON'DOK, March 28. At tho inquest on tho victims of the Rainhill tragedy, Ann Morley, of Liverpool, who was ex amined as a witness, stated in her evidence that sho met Mrs. Deeming and her children at Liverpool on the 23th July. They were then going-toKainhill. Mrs. Deeming, with a baby in her arms, visited her at Liverpool on the 28th July. She said that her husband was minding the other children. The witness made an appointment to meet Mrs. Deem ing on the following Tuesday, but she never saw iier again. Ann Morley afterwards saw Deeming at Rainhill. She went again in October, and found no ono at the villa. She heard of Deeming's mnrriage with Miss Emily Mather. Sho fancied that William? must be identical with Deeming, but remained silent because she was uncertain on tho point. Though Mrs, Dooming was aware her husband was a biga mist, she wa3 not familiar with much of his career. Ann Morley said ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 1 April 1892

TO LET in MOSS VALE the Building lecently 1 occupied by the Government as a Post-office. 1 Apply for particulars to Mr. I. S. rONDER, E.S. & A.C. Bank, Moss Vale. :-®, COMFORTABE BEIOTT CQM^E opposite Railway StationA * \\ J ? 1-. CLIFFGfelJ, House and Estate Agent', Moss Vale, ~ EOR SALE CBEA.P, /'COMFORTABLE SlAlMf inMrfoD ORDER: ! D. CLIFFORD. j OOD DAIRY ffiO\SpI£d SHMl/flERffl All \JT yonng, quiea amjr broken ill jtoljjliUc without their calves, xoifcg PtDRSES, ^ujctinjloubjcand t sicclo harness aud^addle / Jf) w. j. anAer§6n^ Greenwjch Park. j Municipality of Moss Vale TEITEBBS. TENDERS aro invit/tf'by (this Council for the followinrf.worksv/- | SOTPL#TTQy 150 G^COJ.ID CLASS SLEillJEItS (in irffio small quan ' PRollDii/G BALLAST oijwooCpath on v/eaLornj Bide of Arthur* , street, and on fofttpaui \bctween Waito'e Creeft. Bridgo anil Mr. VSalmon's Shop,' An^fle-street. Full particulars can be obtained at tho Council Chambors during offico hours. . ' ' Tenders must be acc...

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