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Local Information. COACHES. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 7 October 1892

Siocnl Information. COACHES. Fob Surras Forest. — Uaddin's coach loaves Moia Vale at 7:15 a m returnign at 8 a in 2.15 p m ,, 3pm 7 p m ,, 8pm Faro la single, children 6d Fob Beukima. — Haddin's coach loavea Mosa Yale at 7 a in returning at 12 noon _ 2.15 p m „ 8pm Fare Is Cd singlo, children 9d Small charge made for pi-rcela sent through thedrivor Sundays as abovo oxoopt tho midday journeys Special trips mado at any time on application to Mr Hafldin Coaches also ruii to Robertson and Kangaroo Valley

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Grading of Export Butter. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 7 October 1892

ITIne ©r^tUiBj' of CSmoii'tf; IIBiuifc(h«i« In reply to a question in the Assembly or, Wed nesday night, the Minister for Agrieulturo caid that steps to tlio oxti-nt of making inquiries had liepn taken to obtain tho consent qf tho oxportprE of buttor to tlio grading by n Government officer of butter intended for export. Tlio matter of tho appointment of such an officer was under oonsidcra. tion at nrcsent. but. ih l,„,i ^ . def)n[to|y settled, In making the appointment tlio stlfegcstiono or recommendations of ouoh a bodv aa cm^Suon™'0' AS30dati0'1 W0Uld roc°ivo duo In connection with this proposed oradinc Mr H RaSbS; ' it 1; Stated that tjio first biittpr fagtory I was started in Kiama in 1884. This is not corrcct, Tlio first was erected by tho Fresh Food nnd Ico Co. nt Mittagong in 1883, nnd it was bccanso this proved a success that tho Pioneer Factory coai mcnccd operations in 1884 at Kiamn. Tho department havo an idea of appointing nn officer to inspect all buttor intended ior ox...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"Wait A Wee!" [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 7 October 1892

'Waife' A Wee 2'' A fact, woll known to physicians and all whohav ntuflicd cue cniuca of disease, i3 thnt inacitiou of tiio .iver anil kidneys pivca rise to moro constitutional disturbance than nil other causes put together. Inaction of theao organs results in retention of the waste prod acta and effete n.nUer in tho various valves, duct', and glands of tho digestive apparatus, and excretory channels, where it beeomcs impacted. The liver is tho orgnn destined to secrete a natn^fl1 (?.ithartic fluid, called bile, intended to carry o.r from tho system all worthless material _ by its natural cxcrctivc action. Headaches, Constipation, Aching Liml)3, Langour, Tired Feelings, lSacliachc, Costivencss, Painful Micturition, Giddiness, Indi gestion, &c., aro nil signs of a torpid liver, and serious disease will sot \i\ tho digestive and eliniinativo organs do not properly perform their several functions. Dr. Fletch jr'a Pills are prepared on a scientific principle to prevent impaction...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 7 October 1892

AiTJCTIOlSTEBR, WILDS 'MEADOW AND ROBERTSON, IS Prepared to conduct Sales in any part of the District. , ; . ,, JOHN 0. - HOItlCD* & Co.. Auctioneers aiid Property A gent?, Valuators, &c., THE MART, BOWRAL . 3D. alEiiFipoi^iD, Auctioneer, House, Land, & Estate A gent SALES Conducted throughout the District. Agent for Fire, Life and Stock nsuranco Companies. ? Argyle Qitirecft- Moss. Vale. ? ALFRED L. SMITH, ? V (Late HENRY L. SMITH,) C O M M I S S J 0 Jf A G JE N 2 , i' and . . GENERAL PRODUCE MERCHANT, ... COMMERCIAL STORES, 118 aHd |%Q Sussex-street, Sydney. FOLEY BROTHERS, « COMMISSION AGENTS and PRODUCE MERCHANTS, 118- and 11-2 SUSSEX-STREET, I SYDNEY. ALL' Consignments receivcil under Personal Super J Ti'sion ami Keu-ly Salo at Highest Market Price' Hnaranteed. Account Sales tendered promptly, aafl special attention given to tho return of empty packages. ; Trial Respectfully Solicited- ': ; ; PIJBJLIKD MrnCE. ; ? H- TAYLOR & SON ; HAVE opened a B...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Scrutineer. TERMS [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 7 October 1892

mxt TERMS : ^Subscription 2/6 per quarter prepaid; S/- if booked ; charged only from tho timo of commencing. . I Quarters end March 31, Juno 30, Septcmhor30, v. Decoinbor HI, at which periods only can subscriber* , declino by giving a wcclcfa notice in writing direct ' t9 tho office — not through a local collector — and Frying to tho then running quarter. : 'Advertisements— ot less than one Inch, !/? for ' the first two lines and '3d. per lino after; lonpnr advertisements, 3/- for the first inch and 1/G for . every subsequent inch. A liberal reduction made or standing advertisements. Advertisements o births, mairiages, and deaths, if sent by post, must ? be authenticated by tho signature ct some person known at tho office, or ihey will not be inserted. Advertisements will be received up to 6 p.m. on day of publication. The numbor of insertions should be written on the face, c* the advertise ments will he continued till countermanded. Orders for withdrawing, altering, or changing adv...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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STRAY NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 7 October 1892

. ST HAY MOTES. (By Scrutator.) A prominent Moss Yale townsman tho other tiny related a little incident to us which lie said occurred in front of one of our locnl banks. A farmer camointo Moss Yale on. business, and, discussing the election of a new alderman or some other municipal ques tion, lie said ''Why they don't even know how to carry out tlie guttering of the main street of the town,' and pointing to tlie rough blocks of metal lying alongside ho pregnantly added ' Why I wouldn't pave my cow yard with it.' As to the side of the road by the railway bridge, facing Aland's hotel, in wet weather that takes the cake, as a rich speci men of aldermanic apathy. Evon, too, when tho alderman have a chonco to ofTect improvements in tho town footpaths they don't avail of each. At tho last council mooting Messrs. Taylor Bros, wrote offering to pay half of cost in making a good concreto and cement footpath r:ght along front of tlioir property. But no ! Tho alderman couldn't sea wlmt tlioir ...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 7 October 1892

Special AdrcrfBsctnncmnto r h. wmamr * MOSS VALE, ? Dpholateror, Frcncli Polisher, Piotnro I'ramcr. c;c. A LARGE Stock of Furniture, Bedsteads nnd Bedding, Carpet?, Matting, Linoleum, Door : , Mats^&c., always on hand. Spring Roller and Venetian Blinds, made and fitted or repaired. 'iv COMMERCIAL BANKING COIIPANY. Established 1831. Incorporated 181S. ? Head Or.lc' ' T~ QY3ITBY. CAPITAL ? ;?tiu!},00n SE8ERVE ?UIT}3 ? £030.000 Total ? ^l.AGO.OOO tS, P Branches throughout New South Wales anil Queensland. Agcncca throughout the world. ? All osual Hanking Business transacted. noss vale rsRAiicn. 13. KVERARD ROW, Manaoeii. . w, H, P4OT?¥oa7~ Estahushud 185?. biconroi'.ATr.D 1883. ole Agents, for PIANOS l-y Steinwny and Son:.', Julius Fenrich, Ucbel and Leehlciter, Carl Ecko, Tile Victor, Tho nulling ; and for tho world-renowned ESTEY ORGANS and Booooy'n Brass Band Instriuncnt3. Pmivcraal Providorsof PIANOFORTES, ORGANS, MUSIC, and MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS of Every Description. PIANOS B...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SHELWOOD! CHAPTER XVII. PLUTO'S SAGACITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 7 October 1892

SHELWOOD ! ^ UTTi'* ' ' $ - ' i1, ^ '' 1 . Y\ 1 '[ByE; J\ COOLING.] CHAPTER XVII. Pluto'o Sagacity. Tha nest morning Diok callod at Eooko xnoor to onquiro nftor IDthol, but disappointo:! in liio hopo of cooing hor an gho not qui:o co woll no tlioy unci oxpoctod, boinp comoirhat fovoriob and not ' Bblo'to loavo Uov soow. Dick dm not tako '??'this information quito so pntiontly no ho '.might havo dono, but tho.o v/o.u no liolp ioi' K. . In tho owning Dick cillnil a^r.in, r.ud v.t.g Boon n^mittoil to tho firavingroom v.-horo tho ladi03 rcoro csatod. Ho alien!: hr.nua ?with Mro. Oarov.-, bowed stiffly to Boati'ico, and lookod oagorly round tho room, quic.dy making ovor towards tho cofa on \vliich Ethol wna rcclininfr. Hoc fnco, which i momont bo^oro had bcou pnio, van iiov; covered with bluohoa, aa nko lookod up inta - Diok'a faco. Bonding ovor hor ho took hor hand nnd proasod it within bio own. Miso Oarlaton roao nnd loft tho room, a prooood jng which gained for hoi.' Diok'o koartfolt ...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 7 October 1892

Certainly tho beat medicine known is SANDER and SONS' EUCALYPTI EXTRACT. Tent ita eminently powerful cftccto in cougha, ccldn, in fiuenza ; tho^ relief is inntnntcnou.i. In serious oasca nnd accidents of all Uind3, bo they woundn bums, scaldings, bruifmg, oprain3 it in tho oafc?t remedy— no Gwellinp— no inflammation. Lato uprising clTecta produced in croup, diphtheria, bronchitis, inflammation of tlio luncrn. nwellinpo. , diarrhoea, dyor.ntry, diseases of the Uidnoyn and urinary organs. In uso at hospital?] aud clinics nil oyer tho world ; patronised by Flin Majesty tlio King of Italy : crowned with modal and diplomatic Internaitonnl Exhibition, Amsterdam. Trust to an approved articloand reject all others. Factory Butter IMauket. — Tho Produce Exchange co-operates with '100,000 citizens to dispose of Factory and Dairy. Butter in Sydney, the nearest and heat market. — , Hawken it Vance, 95 Sussex street, Sydney. A«Hwen*iifla©nnnenntfrj. TO ADVERTISERS. — Orders for Advertise ments in...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
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A Popular Delusion Exploded. CONFIRMATORY EVIDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 7 October 1892

A IPoptilan.' ©elmsilon Explodejll. CON'Fl TIM ATOKY EVIDENCE. The tliseaso of mysterious origin, denomi nated I)iabctc3, is of more frequentoccurronco than is generally imagined. That it is highly dangerous, and often fatal, is conceded ; but no grounds are given thereby for tlio com monly entertained idea that, it is incurable. That it does not yield to tho most advanced treatment known to medical science is no warrant for the too hastily adopted dictum that all hope must be abandoned, and the unfortunate patient givon over to die. Although much valuable timo may have beon lost over useless experimenting and tho strength of the victim thereby reduced to somoUiing frightfully near to collapse, even under such adverse circumstances there is a remedy which, when faithfully applied in con junction with certain dietary measures, has proved, in numberless cases to be n true specific for this diro complaint' That remedy is Warner's ' Safe' Diabetes Cure, Ono of the latest examples of its...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Bundanoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 7 October 1892

BaEetoiaooEu I f From our Correspondent). field a lcveef at 'ill' SiiSa. Mu Ar — Monday evening hot, tho occasion being tlio 2l3t birthday of their daughtor, Mis3 Clara Nicholas, some ejRbty ir.vitationB being issued and about forty responding. No doubt moro would havo put in an j appearance but ou account of, it being deferred through wet weathor como could not get away. Visitors from Moss Valo, Sydney, Goulburn and Sutton Forest responded to tho invites. Mr. nnd ' Mrs W. A. Nicholas recoivcd their £ucot3 at the now hotel (TboXouriatj imu uuuumwu^ adjourned to tho hall where dancing «« indrtiseji in until supper wan announced at half-past elovon. During tho dancing several coloa wero given by Mr. W. A. Nicholas, tho Misses Cookcon, Miss Jones, Miss Chambers and Mr. Davies (of Goulburn), Mr. ^nningham^of M^rulan^gavo areo^tation.^jpHjn lonkednreaHy0nioo' anc? at' oach plate a bouquet of fet fairy lamp - fving one t|,e ulea that they had really com Nicholas and table decorations were...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Robertson. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 7 October 1892

Robertson. (From Our Correspondent.} Sight-hour Day _wa3 Itept up here by a . good rrifniy. Several Icnight3 of tho trigger went for a hriro drivo, nnd auccccdcil in capturing a nood numbor of Imrc3. Tho truotccfj of tho ccmctcry intend holding a inccting on Monday next, when tho cub-committec will present their rules for adoption. Tho collcotoro aro to hand in tho amounta eollcctcd, ro that the tho truotccn can call tondora for tlio work-.

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Begin in Time. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 7 October 1892

CScglsD ill Tame. ' 'Tis never too late to mend' is ail , old saying, very applicable in cases of reforma tion of leaving off bad habita, but in cases of sickness or disease no delay muBt occur, or it very will probably soon bo ' too late to mend.' At tho onset of disease almost every caso io ourablo ; if neglected almost every diooaae will progress beyond its curable stages. A simple headache is a reflex sign that somo intornal organ is deranged, and thin irregularity continuos and increases, although tho noticooblo signs — headache, &c., disappear. An early treatment with Clomenta Tonic is necessary, and must, on account of Its soienti8o composition, prove an effective remedy, Mrs. Mealier, Goorgina stroet, Newtown, N.S.W., writes : ' j oan with confidence bear witness to tho wondor ful efficacy of Clements Tonio in curing liver and kidnoy diseaso. I havo long been a victim to indigestion 'caused by liver oom plctfnt) and an affection of tho kidceyp, I suffered lorribly fr...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 7 October 1892

i. ' - . ? ?? , ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE [It must to distinctly understood that toe do not | necessarily identify ourselves with opinions \ expressed by correspondents.'] ' t

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Separation of Milk by Water Power. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 7 October 1892

gopiiiraiLioij off I33iJEs toy Water - fl°ov/er. ' Advance Australia.— Kangaroo Valley in tlio van !' Such may appropriately Be our motto juot now, for within tho laot week or two, a point hao beon gained by one of our neighbours, which wo hope and believe will bo of the greatest importance to dairy farmers in this and similarly situated dis tricts. This is nothincr more nor less than the adaptation of water power to driv ing of dairy machinery. Some time back wo mado known through these columns., that Mr. Martin Kenny was engaged fitting up machinory for this pur. pose, and tho result of his enterprise has been looked forward to with the keenest in terest ; steam, horse, or hand-power have hitherto beon tho enly meanB of driving the separator ; each of theso motives are used and have their advocates, but their most sanguine admirers must admit that each have their drawbacks . , . Water has with out doubt, been many times thought of, and it does not require great mechanical per cept...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Wild's Meadow. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 7 October 1892

WiM's DcffidloWo (From Our Correspondent.) A grand variety entortainmont iu aid of tho Wild'a Meadow and Burrawang Cricket Club, was held in tho Carrington Hall, Wild's Maadow, on Monday. Oct. 3rd. Tho stage was very nicoly arrangod to roprosent a drawing-room; tho camo boing draped ?witn tapestry ana tho walls decorated hero and there with pictures. Mrs. Tildsloy and others kindly undertook tho decorations, and tho pioture3 woro alao supplied by Mrs. Tildaloy'o generosity. The entertainment commenced with an overture ' Sailing ' by tho company, followed by a song from Mr. E. Blencowe. ?? The Fisherman aud his Child,' and for which ho was awarded an encore. Mr. G. Sootter followed with ' Mona.' ' A Sailor's Lifo ' hy Mr. E. J. Travis came next, followed by Messrs. J. and Q. Breakwoll in a speciality entitled 'Rose's Sunday Out' who responded to a vociferous encore. A song ' 'Tis Market Day ' was nicely rendered by Mrs. H. G. Fraser. Mr. F. Breakwoll sang 'Tho Milwaukee Firo.' 'In ou...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SHUTTLECOCK POLITICS. (To the Editor of the Scrutineer.) [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 7 October 1892

SHUTTLECOCK POLITICS. ( To the Editor of the Scrutineer J. °lri — All tho anticipations awakened by tho last gonoral oloction havo booomo dissi pated, and notwithstanding tho prosonco of a numbor of oo*callod labour roprosontativoa Bufficiontly ntrong to hold tho balanco of 'power botwoon tho two groat political parties,, wo nro no noaror a aooaionof practical politico than wo wore a couple of yeara ago. Alroadv Pnrlinmnnt linn hnnn „„„„ „ month and_ nothing has beon dono oxcopt a lot of politic il mud throwing, although tho progress of tho country io aorioualy im peded by tho vosatiouo dolay in passing much needed measures. But nothing will bo dono until doctors loarn to discharge thoir dutioa impartially. It has again and again boon nought to impros3 tho publio mind with tho fact that tho oloctors ate thomnolvea largely responsiblo for the- present discouraging state of afiaiv3. Parliamentary candidates ohould bo selected— not because thoy aro wealthy, or cm mafro tolling spoeohos...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Exeter Land Sale. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 11 October 1892

Exeter ILaud Sale. On Saturday last there was a fair attend ance of local people at the sajo qf Yino Lodge and Eirby's Meadow's Estates. The train brought but a few people, owing, in part it n»ay bo, to thero being rain in Sydney when tho trail} leff;. 4?t0r luncheon had been partaken of, tho auctioneer, Mr. D. Clifford, commenced by roading tho tormo aud conditions of oajeq. Ho thou dilated tjpon tho quality and position. of tho land, its suitability for dairying, or the growing of almost any crop, and the splendid healthy climat9. Tho auctioneer did not, wo tbinlf, overdraw as to tho rich nature of the soil and itg capabilities ; aifd then ho remarked that rqost q£ those present knew tho soil bottor than ho did, and it would be superfluous for him to toll them what they know already. If Mr. Clifford had wanted to indulge in a tall way of talking-ris a Yankee aucfclonoev doubt less would — this is probably how it would have run: — Gentlemen, Exeter is without doubt the bopt-pjaced ...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
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Robertson. AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 11 October 1892

SSobortsoit. (. From Our Correspondent.') Agricultchal Society. Tlie monthly meeting of tho committeo was held in the School of Art3 on Thursday evening, there being present Messrs. J. Alcorn, J.P., in tho chair. W. Kolilc, W. lJrooker, W. F. Bronning, W. White, J. W. Timms, J. Mnrslmll, J. E. Williams, J. T. Stone, J. T. Hall, T. Jones, K. McEvilly, W. Graliam, J. Broolier, E. JIosc3, R. Gay. M. jirooiccr, una ii. u. l'ergucon, oco. Tho minutes of tho provious meeting woro read and adopted. The revision of prize schcdulo wao thon read over bj the diiTeront sub-committees, and with oomo amendments were adopted. In the produeo section a separate prize of £3 3s, £2 2s, and £1 Is is offered for factory butter. Other years this nrticle had always to compete with band mado. A champion prize of £2 2 a is offered for best lteg of butter, either hand-made or separator. Mr. White then njoved his notioo of motion that an alteration of tho fourth general regulation bo made so as to allow horse...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
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Exeter. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 11 October 1892

Exeter. (From Our Correspondent.) ' A splendid ball was givon at the residence of Mr. Goo. Smith, on Friday night under tho auapicos of tho bacholoro of Exotor, About 35 reopondod to tho invitations issued, but owing to tho inclomency of tho woathor sovoral failed to put in an appoarnnco. Dancing commoncod at. ' oi^ht o'clock, and una indulged in until twolvo, whon supper was announcod. Tho euontn ndinnmnrl fn an adjacent room, v-'horo a moot sumptuous ouppor was spread, preporod by tho bostons, I Mrs. Smith. Tho tablo proaontod a moot tastoful appearanco, ovorytliing being laid in uniquo otylo, with bouquets of flownrs placed at intoryals. Tho tablo docorntiono woro arrangod by Mra. Smith, to whom groat praiao is duo for hor tasto and skill. Aftor juatico had boon dono io tho good things provided, danoing was again raoumodt and kopt up until daylight, ; whon Iho guests, aftor n, good nigln'o amuoomont, diaporaod to their rospoctivo homes. A full description of tho drossos i3 hardly...

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