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What People Say. P.J. WALLACE, ESQ., KANGAROO VALLEY, N.S.W. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 1 April 1892

What People Say. p. j. Wallace, Esq., kangaroo valley, n.s.w.. writes : ' Dear Sir, — I have much pleasure in bear ing witness to the great value of Clements Tonic in cases of Lassitude, Nervousness, and Constitutional Debility generally. For more than twelve months I was a martyr to extreme lassitude, los3 of appetite, sleeplessness, and their con/jumitant t&iin of physi cal troubles, so much so. thai I feerp^ should have to abandon my proiesssonmu %/pmrnAiist, writing j being particularly irkaqmeyWMaborious to me. I I tried several advertise/! tomes (?) with little or no j god result, and began Jo Cjink tnM case beyond the I power of medicine to (Hire. Howj ver, seoing your I tonicadvertiacdin someof mj^chnnges, I concluded I to try it as a dormer rcssort , anil i jWrpleased to say that the result was mo3t satisfactory. After taking j one bottle I found my app/ticc much improved ; I could sleep more soundly, and folt refreshed next morning. I continued the medicine, taking...

Publication Title: Scrutineer, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 1 April 1892

i. Factohv Btrrruit IVfAiiicui' —Tlio Produce Exchange co-opor.itca with 100,000 citizens, .to dispose of Factory nnd Dairy Butter in ..??? : . Sydney, the -iieiifcst an best marke^W ,i . HAWKBN& VanoSi 95 Sussex-street, ' ( i mm*. : : . ?

Publication Title: Scrutineer, The
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F. L. Barker & Co.'s Report. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 1 April 1892

F. ffi. Baiter -& d'o.'s Dgoimrt Sliccpsitms : XIarI;et oaaicr ; heat fult-woolloi skins, superior, up to 5d, medium 3.\ to 4d, shorts and pelta. 2d tc 3.}d poi lb., greenskiug 18 to °0d each. Hidea : MarUt criJicr for nil descriptions except hc.ny biucB, ninth arc caRci!y soiiKlit after of late : prime extra lieajj 3.1 to ,)Jil. pooil heavies 2j]d to 2W,i sloppy '»d ordinary heavies 23,1 to oj.i medium 2Jd to 22,1, hast li«lit hides 2kl, ordinary light 2Jd, dry hides 2d to Dd per lb. Rark : Market dcprcs-ed, and in consequence we withdrew a large portion of our catalogue. Prime ros^^t'ci^l't7,^17 12/0, mciU,,m£5tu£o Hair, horns, nnd Hones : Korce hair 7.\d to lav,] cow hair -1^1 to 8;,1, horns (largest) 18/6 to 20/3* . medium sizes ~a to l.n per hundred, small and tips' J8 to G/S), ohanl: lionc j £-1 ~ii to £i log, hoofs common bones £3 10/fi per to.i. Calves : Market dul! ; 2 to 1 month old prime vcalero worth 203 to JOn., 8 mouth old calves to 403 per head. I'lgo : Market...

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

WCW REFJOADKl ©HAP Deafness, HeadNotses, Discharges, &c., nomattCU Of now lokg standing, completely and permanently cored by the new and entirely successful Electro* Medication Treatmen\ SELP-ArruED and Painless. Ear»druma not at nil nccc^cory. Advice nnd psunphlot Free from Profe*r,or Harvey, 14S Collide Street East, Melbourne. Magnificent testimonials. N.B.— Professor Harvey's Electric Head Battel^ U the only one patented throughout the World. Firewood ! Firewood ! ! WE aro going to Supply GOOD OAK TIRE WOOD to tho inhabitants of Moss Vale, Bowral, Burradoo, and Mittagong for 10s per ton, Mixed Wood Sa per ton, CUT TO ANY LENGTHS. Orders promptly attended to. Apply to— P. MORRIS, Sawmills, Thirlmere. TAYLOR BROS., Moss Vale Stores, FOK, GROCERIES OF ALL KINDS. TEAS A SPECIALITY. Preserved Meats : — Sheep and Ox Tongues, Spiced [ Beef, Corned Beef, Oxford Sausages, Potted Meats of various Brands, Tinned Oys ters, &c., &c. PRESERVED' FRUITS: Jims, Jellies, Ta...

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The Cardinal and Divorce. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 1 April 1892

Til© (CawlinnE ani Mvoim Cardinal Moron, opoaliing on Sunday nt I St. Jocoph'o, Bnlinaiii West, romarlrod that : of Into tho quoation of divorco had boon warmly agitatod, and, ao thoy voro awaro, ft numbor of thoir lo^inlutora had, in thoir I V7indnm, dronicd it right in favouring tho tironkiiifi; of tho mnrriisgo bond to ostond tho fiioilitioa for obtaining lotjal divorco. So far no it wao a mattor of politico ho had nothing to oay, for tlioir roligiouB principles woro boyond the influonco of political onuct monts. It wno oxactly tho oarao ao if the Parliament \rno to docroo tho abolition o£ tho Ton Commandmonto. With ro3poat to marriage, thoy followed tlio Divino tonchinc; ? I,nn ? ? disoolvo,' and whilo thoy hold to otrict and roligiouo obnorvanoo of thio law thov woro outoido tho influonco of political onactmonto. Whon divorco facilition woro grantod by tho French Parliament thoro woro GC marriuges out of ovory 1000 dissolved in Paris, which had bocomo tho contro of infidelity, ...

Publication Title: Scrutineer, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 5 April 1892

Certainly the best medicine known is SANDER and SONS' EUCALYPTI EXTRACT. Test Its eminently powerful effccts in coughs, cclds, in fluenza ; tlio relief is inotantenous. In serious oases and accidents of all kinds, be they wounds burns, acaldings, bruises, sprains it is the safest romcdy — no swelling — no inflammation. Late suprising cffect3 produced in croup, diphtheria, bronchitis, inflammation of the lungs, swellings. &c., dinrrhcea, dysontry, diseases of the kidneys and urinary organs. Iu uso nt hospitals and clinics all over tho. world ; patronised by fli3 Majesty the King of Italy ; crowned with medal and diplomatic Internaitonal Exhibition, Amsterdam. Trust to an approved articlo and rcjcct all others. WASTED, -J' A RE TAKER for th^ °33 Apply to the Churchy, 'arllcnsV/i f ? v V REVILES. O LET in MOSS VALE thr^Building lccently Occupied by the Government M a Post-offici, Apply for particulars to Mr. I. S. PONDER, E.S. & A.C. Bank, Moss Vale. MB2 CECIL C0MPT0I, ...

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F. L. Barker & Co.'s Report. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 5 April 1892

F. IL. Barker £i (Uo.'s Uleitort. , SheopsKina : Market cti3icr ; beat full-woollei ehino, oupcrior, up to Gd, medium to 4rt, shorts and pelta 2d tc 3.jd per lb., grcensltina 18 to* !20d each* Hides : Mnrliot efcoier for nil descriptions except heavy hiden, which aro cngcrly uought after oflntc j prime extra heavy 3d to 3£d. food heavies to 2^d ; sloppy ond ordinary heavies 2{jd to 2Jd, medium 2.Jd to 2j)-l, beat light hidc3 2.-1 d, ordinary light 2Jd, dry hides 2d to 3d per lb. Baric : Market depressed, nnd in consequence we withdrew a large portion of our catalogue. Prime southern chopped £7 to £7 12/6, medium £5 to £G 103., light £3 to £4 12/G. Hair, horna, nnd Bones: Horse hair 7Ad to 13Jd, cow hair 4.^d to SJd, horns (largest) 18/G to 20/3, medium sizes 7s to lu3 per hundred, small and tip3, Is to G/9, shank hones £4 5s to £4 15s, hoofa £2, common bones £3 19/G per ton Calves : Market dull ; 2 to 4 month old prime vcaleio worth 20a to 30j., 8 month old calves to 40s per head. I...

Publication Title: Scrutineer, The
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Dairies Supervision Act. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 5 April 1892

I&airies Supervision Act. Tho annual report on the administration of tho Dairies Supervision Act was laid on the table of the Legislative Assembly on Thursday night by Mr. Barton. The report states that although there are still dairies in some districts in a state which cannot bo considered satisfactory, tho local authorities generally are now administering the Act in a more thorough and efficient manner, and the condition of tho Btock and premises lias on tho whole been greatly improved. Tho dairies in the metropolitan suburbs are now in a clean, wholesome condition, and the local authorities of these districts, with one or two exoontions, are carrying'out the provisions of the ? Act effcctiyely. Tho local authorities lor tho South Coast district, although at first opposed to the ex tension of the Act thereto nnd disposed to rai»e diffi culties in its administration, appear to have 00* realiBed the benefits and importance to this lar^e milk-prodncing diatrict cf measure whi...

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Register Your Vote. (To the Editor). [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 5 April 1892

Register Tour Vote. (To the Editor), I Sin,— If cleototo wish to bo placcd on tlio new I . . rolls for 1892 tlio time has arrived for them to loolt after tlieir privilege. During tlio next fortnight nil qualified persona whoao names have not boon placed on the olcctoral liata by the polico muat make application to have them inoertcd or remain deprived of tho franchise for twelve months to come. The new liata will bo exhibitod at each courthonso in tho colony during the fortnight ending April 14th, ami persona whoso nainc3 havo been omitted, but who arc duly qualified, ohouldafc onoe make application to tho Clerks of Petty sorted by the Revinion Courto which oit in May. The necessary application forma (Schcdulo D) can be obtained from the Clerl;3 of Potty Scasiona, or at tho oflice3 of tho National Aoaociation, 31 Jamicaon-otreet, and these should bo returned, filled in, to tho clcrka before April 1 4th . Any person whoso namo i3 not on tho liata, and doca not make the necessary appl...

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WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 5 April 1892

17ESLEYAK. E™;™1 Ut,11''; Comer ; 7.30-Mr. Short. MittaganL' ll— Mr. Short ; 7.30-Rov. Corner. Moss Vale 3— Rev. Corner. Robertson 2.30- Mr. Wliito ; 7.30-Kov. J. Col well. Kangaloon ll-Rov. Jas. Colwoll; 7.30— Mr. Walsh. Pheasant Ground 2.30— Mr. Walsh, Burrawang 2.30— Rov, J, Colwell,

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VICTORIA AND NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 5 April 1892

VICTORIA A13D NEW SOUTH WALES. There is notliingunneigbourly in watching the neck-nnd-nock race between Victoria and New South Wales. All the bitterness tlmt used to enter into the rivalry lias long since passed uwny, and, with no feeling more moving than that with which wo look for tho scoring of competent international teams in cricket or footba'l, we can contemplate the struggle of Mr. Hayter and Mr. Cooin.AN' ? ns to which can pile up the biggest scrre for his colony. Just now in the population race we have passed our neighbours, as we might say ' by a nose.' People may question this because- (luring nil lust year, since the census was taken in April, the statisticians have been correcting one another's figures, and we never knew exactly where we were until wo heard the other one's statement. But this ? time we have the Victorian Government Statist's figures, ' By Authority' fi-un tho - Government Printer, in entire accord with those of Mr. Cokhlan, and both o£ these authorities...

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 5 April 1892

CHURCH 01? EUGLAHD ScrroN Fon est.i — 1st and 3rd Sundays in tho month at 3 p.m. ; 2nd and 4th Sundays in the month at 11 a. in. and Holy Communion : 5th Sunday at 3 p.m. Moss Vale. — 1st and 3rd Snndnys iu the month at 11 a.m. and Holy Communion j every Sunday at 7.30 p.m. Bundaxook.— 2nd and 4th Sundays in tho month at 3 p.m. : 5th Sundays in tho month at 11 a.m. and Holy Communion. Exeter — Wednesday (on or before full moon) 7.30, Hoi.lythoiipi; (Cros3 Roads — Thursday (on or be fore full moon) 7.30 p.m..— Rev. A. G. Stoddart; Bong Bong (Christ Church) — Divine Scrvics every Sunday morning at 1 1 a.m.; Mount Aahby (St. Thomas)— Every Sunday at 3p.m. ; Yarrunga — Second Sunday in every month at 3 p.m. All ocat3 aro free ? W. A. Leo-ill, B.A. Hoi.y Trikitv, Bkrmma. Birrima, every Sunday at 1 1 ; second and fuurth Rev. G. Shcppard, B,A. Cr iss Roada, first and third Sunday at 7. 3i!gh Rango, second Sunday at 3. Belanglo, fourth Sunday at 3. St. Stephen's, Mittagoxo. Sorvicca every S...

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Local News. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 5 April 1892

DjOcjiH Kcvra. Koadn throughout tho Wingccarriliec District arc in a very bad state. Within tho past week important business changes have taken place iu Burrawang. The Fitzroy aud Bclmoro Waterfalls look well aftor the recent rains — a very largo volume ot water passing over tho falls. Prize-shooting in connection with tho Burrawang R. R. Company will lie held on Saturday next. The I | prizes offered have been subscribed by residents. I During tho quarter ending the quarter endiog i .vinrcii .- 1st. tnerc were uirtiis, o marriages, and 19 dcatti3, registered at Bowral. For the quarter ending March 31, 983 inches of rain full at Bowral. Rain fell ou 15 days during the quarter. Mr. W. L. Howarth, formerly of Bowral, has taken charge of an hotel at the Circular Quay, Sydney, The tender of Mr. Frank . A. Raward, Bowral, lias been accepted for crcctiug public school bnild inaa at Glcnquarrv. nt £9-0. Tho next meeting of the Hong Bong Branch of the Ministering Children's League will be he...

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FOLEY BROS.' PRICE-LIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 5 April 1892

FOLEY BROS.' PRICE-LIST. . Sydney, April 2nd £ s d £. a d Butter, Factory, per lb ... 0 0 0 to 0 13 Butter. Dairy ... ... 0 0 0 0 1 1 Bacon, hand-cured ... 0 0 GJ 0 0 8 Cheese ... ? 0 0 4J 0 0 5J Eggs, per doz ? 0 11 0 12 Pigs, per 11- ? 0 0 4 0 0 4 Calves, each ? 0 5 0 I 5 § Honey, per lb ? 0 0 4 0 0 ' 4J Fowls, per pair ... ... 0 3 0 0 3 6 Ducks ? .0 3 3 0.3 6 Geese ... ? 0 5.0 0 ' 5 8 Turkeys ... ... 0 7 0 0 10 0 Maize, per bus ? 0 2 3 O 2 04 Wheat. ... ; ... 0 0 0 0 5 0 Oata, feed ? 0 2 6 0 2 9 Barley, Cape ? 0 0 0 . 0 0. 0 Flour, per ton ? 12 10 0 IS ;o 0 Hay, lucerne ? 3 0 0 3 10 0 Do, oaten ? 3 0 0 3 10 0 Potatoes ? 3 10 0 4 0 0 Onions ? 4 10 0 5 0 0

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Out of Gaol and Back Again. THEFT OF A PAIR OF BOOTS AT MOSS VALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 5 April 1892

®ut of -0nol nml fiEacIs Agniia. Tiieft of a Pai'u op Boots at IIoc.i Vale. Jnst after 0110 o'clock on Friday afternoon an Constable Carpenter was watching the departure of j tho train for Sydney he noticed a young man 1 changing his bont3 in the waiting-room. From the general nppcarance of the man hia suspicions were i aroused, and he commenced iu a polite detective strain to put a feu* questions. The auBpcctcd party ; had a ncv; pair of boot3 at his side, and Carpenter 1 asked where ho obtained them. Ho replied tliat he 1 uiciii iu urn; uuittuuuiiiJK Luwuaimi vi iju'.l.u, and that he was going to Sydney. Ho also stated , tint he was 41 swapping ' booto with another man. 1 man. Carprnter observed that the booty which lie was removing were gacl boots, and altogether the affair looked go mystcriouo that the officer arrested him on suspicion. It turned out that thu man's name wan Robert Edwards, and that he was 21 years of nge, a bootmaker, and his last known place of abode Berrima ga...

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The Electoral Register. (To the Editor of the Scrutineer.) [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 5 April 1892

The Electoral [Register. (To the Editor of the Scrutineer.) Sir, — Whatever views may bo entertained respecting the policy of the National Association in connection wiili the One-Man-Onc-Vote, there can he no question that in directing tho attention of electors to the necessity for seeing that their name3 are placed on tho register it is doing good service. It is the interest of every elector, no matter what may be the nature of his political opinions, not only that the name of every person entitled to tho franchise should be placed upon the register, but also that the name of e ery dummy voter should^be removed. Unless this is done tho elections cannot fairly be said to represent the tone of electoral feeling. But how arc the electoral rolls to be made perfect? It ia hardly fair to expect a young organization like the National Associatio i to under take what ia collectively a gigantic work, hut if a small committee were formed in each electoral district, and residents in the same w...

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Bowral Police Court. FRIDAY, APRIL 1. (Before F. R. Wilshire, Esq., P.M.). [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 5 April 1892

nSowral Polltcc Court. Fkiday, Ahlil 1. (Before F. R. Wilshire, Esq., P.M.) ' I G. Thomas v. J. Pope. — Assault. The defend- | ant herein did not appear, and a warrant waa issued for his arrest. Police \\ Prigg. — Furious riding. Defendant S leaded not guilty, and produced a letter from Mr. ?agot, stating that the horse he waa riding on the occasion of the complaint of the police could not gallon. Fined Is and costs. Police v. H. J. Mair. — False pretences. Accused was charged on the information of J. H. Watson with obtaining certain goods valued at 12/6 and £4 7/0 iu cash by false prctcuce3, to wit by moans of a valueless cheque. J. H. Watson deposed that accn&ed came to his store on the 26th February last nnd asked him to cash a cheque as he wanted a few things, and had just lodged a cheque in a bank at Yobs, against which lie could not draw until it had been collectcd. Accused then paid him the cheque produced for £5, and obtained goods to the value of 12/G, and £4 7/'G i...

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Unemployed Relief Fund. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 5 April 1892

njiicmiii»Iloye-l KeJielT PheiiI. (lo the Editor.) Sir, — Few persons could have read the papers for tho last week containing accounts of tho destitution of the unemployed and their wi^e3 and families in Sydney, without feeling very gre\t sympathy for them in their distress. I am wc'l aware that many think tho men are largely to blame, hut there are spme who arc not so certain that the fault rests en tirely with them. But even if it did, that is surely no reason wny we snouui iook nn unconcernca wnusi wives and children are suffering from Want of food. However, it is not now a question as to who is to blame. The question is, rather, ought we not to help at a time when our brethren are in some need ? Now ia the time to show true sympathy nnd practi cal Christianity and I trust there will b ? found those both willing and able to afford relief. It was stated the other day that the result of Sells' circus coming to Moss Vale would be that at last £150 would go out of tho district. I kno...

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Berrima District Bankruptcy Court. THURSDAY MARCH 31st. (Before Mr. J. R. Scroggie, District registrar). [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 5 April 1892

ffierrisnn DDistrict DSnnkniptcy -Dourt. Thursday March 3lst. (Before Mr. J. R. Scroggie, District registrar). He J, S. Co8GRove. — Bankrupt who is a drover, gave evidence, and saidhe had never been bankrupt before, and never made an assignment. Had not kept books. He attributed bankruptcy to a verdict for £25 obtained acainst him in the District Court on February 11th by W. Masaey. The proved creditors were John Sewell £4, and W. Massey £32 2s 4d. In reply to Mr. Gale, Svho appeared for W. Massey, bankrupt siid he had furniture, valued at £15. During the past twelve months he had re- 1 ceived £90 from Mr. A. D. Badgery which he spent in housekeeping. He could not make an j offer of pay.nent. ! Mr. Sewell who was present, said he was in j favor of the bank obtaining the furniture. I Examination declared concludcd. lie Henry oimms. — Bankrupt attributed his in- : solvency to sickness, want of work and a large family. Examination concluded.

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Bee Farming. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 5 April 1892

CBco forming* i It ia not perhaps generally known that bee farming ia fast becoming a thriving industry In tho Berrima district. At the Goulburn Show Mr. Osborne, whose apiary ia at Barrengarry, took first prize for atriincd honey and second for honey er comb ; this exhibitor also allowed a box of bees at work on the new system, which proved very inter esting. Mr. William Crawford, who commenced bcc-farming somo five or six months ago at Wingcllo, ha3 been very succc39iui wun nis under taking. In the above short space of time from about 40 hives ho has taken something liko three t ns of honey— one bivo giving the unpre cedented yield of 202lbs. Our informant-^Mr. H. Jcrvis (who, by tho way, has recently gone iuto tho industry himself, and has been tolerably successful already — say3 the yield of 202lh9. from one hive at the Wingello apiary, in such a phort ^pacc of time, '' knocks all the Yankee averages kite high'— -this being borne out by ofiicial record?, Mr. Jcivia has nomc sple...

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