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F.L. Barker & Co.'s Report. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 8 April 1892
F. L. Barker & €o.'s HEeport. Sheepskins : Market unchanged ;quntationb, best fulMvoolled 3 jd to 4$d, medium 3id to 4d, shorta and pelts 2d to3£d, grcensliins lljd to 16&d. Htdea : Market unchanged ; beat hoavy weights 3d to 3Jd ; good heaviea 2|d to 2.?d, sloppy heavies 2jH to 2id, medium 2|-1 to 2^d, best lights 2^d to 23d, ordinary light 2Jd per lb. Bark: Best chopped from £0 17/6 to £7 15s, medium qualities £5 to £G 103. t superior £8 to £4.153, per ton. Pigs: .Market very firm ; porkers worth 4Jd per lb. per lb. ; bacon pigs 3 jd per lb. Wo would atrougly urge immediate consignments. Calves : Prices have improved this week, and wo expect a still furthor rise.
WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 8 April 1892
WESLEYAN*. Bowral 11— Rev. Corner ; 7,30— Mr. Short. Mittagong 11 — Mr. Short ; 7.30— Rev, Corner. Moss Vale 3 — Rev. Corner. Robertson 2.30- Mr. White ; 7.30— Rev. J. Colwell. - Kaugaloon 11 — Rev. Jas, Colwell; 7.30— Mr. Walsh. Pheasant Ground 2.30— Mr, Walsh, Burrawang 2.30— Rov. J. Colwell.
CHURCH OF ENGLAND [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 8 April 1892
CHTTECE OF EUGXAITD Sctton Forest. — 1st and 3rd Sundays in tho month at 3 p.m. ; 2nd and 4th Sundays in the month at 11 a.m. and Holy Communion ; 5th Sunday at 3 p.m. Moss Vale. — 1st and 3rd Sundays in tho month at 11 a.m. and Holy Communion; ovory Sunday at 7.30 p.m. Bcsdasoox. — 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, Hollytiiorpe (Cross Roads — Thursday (on or bo« fore full moon) 7.30 p.m., — Rov. A. G. Stoddartj ' Bong Bong (Christ Church) — Divine Service overy Sunday morning at 11 a.m.; Mount Aahby (St. Thomas) — Every Sunday at 3p.m. ; Yarrunga — Second Sunday in cvory month at 3 p.m, All ccat3 aro free. — \V. A. Lecch,B.A. Holy Trinity, Berrima. Birrima, every Sunday at 11 ; second and fuurth Sundays in the month at 7. Jtcv, G. Sheppard, B,A. Cr »ss Roads, first and third Sunday at 7. Sifgh Range, second Sunday at 3. Bolanglo, fourth Sunday at 3. St. Stephen's, Mi...
Local News. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 8 April 1892
Local ftevra. y' I Xiitbo^rapliiq maps of ihe parish of - Jcjip may j noT7 bo obtained at the Xandn Ofuco, Mo: j Vr!?. ' Tuc; ir.y nc::t hau be::: froclaimc.l'r; publb holi day fcr Marclnn, in connection with tho chcrr to is 2 hehl 0:3 that day. In a paddock off the Sutton Forest road on Tuo day lar.t a brown cnake was killed. It measured three feet from the fangs to the finish. A pigeon match — stakes £30— will be held at Bor/ral on Saturday week under the auspices of the Athletic Club. Three prizes will bo aiven. namelv — £20, £7, and £3. Handicapper, Mr W. Murray. The sulphate of ammonia for manuring purposes, consigned to Mr. N. H.Throsby, J.P., by the Syd ney Gas Company, can be obtained free of co:»t on application at tho Council Chambers, Moss Vale. According to arrangements theRey- IC. A. Cornef will leave Bowral next Tuesday to take charge oe :iis now circuit nt Berry* It is rumoured that th Rev. J. Woolnough will be bis successor at Bowral' Mr. Jones, tho agent for the Mut...
Mud and Muddle. LAW VERSUS JAW. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 8 April 1892
and Muddle* 1 1 ?'? '' Law ' vEBBua Ja-w. - ? It's not all true that we heat about well- 1 ' ordered footpaths. Tho othor day a Mooo Vale aldorman was found walking alonj the korbatono of tlio footpath loading to the railway otation, this being tho only portion of tho path that was not a quagmire. Ho mot a solicitor (unknown to our readers) coming from tho othor direction, also on tho kerbstone. Thoro wao aa livoly timo of it for a quartor of an hour. It was a caao of Greek meeting Greek. Tho man of the law brought all his forensic oloquonco to boar on tho subjoct, and tho municipal mag nate threw out his cheat and nlang-whangod in magnificent stjlo. Didn't soo why be Bhould shift, as t'ao ' laying down of that 'oro korbstono was partly his own idea.' Tho solicitor had porambulatod the path man and bov these fifteen voara— in fact before thoro was a path. Think of that, yo sons of Erin's Isle ! But ho had to givo way all tho name. Thero was a good doal of electricity in tho air that...
THE WINDSOR TRAGEDY. ADJOURNED INQUEST. DESCRIPTION OF THE PROCEEDINGS. DEMEANOUR OF THE PRISONER. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 8 April 1892
hog ranE?nDB-n-Dfi ririiG&-»is0Disr. I ADJOURNED INQUEST. DESCRIPTION OF THE PROCEEDINGS. DEMEANOUR OF THE PRISONER. . The inquest ou what the Coroner calls ' the body of Emily Williams otherwise named' was continued at thii City'Cottrt, Melbourne, -on : Wednesday. There' was' a crowd outside the building from an early hour, but it wag by no means so large as that of tho previous day: Still, the public intereit in tho affair in so naturally remarkably keen that the decrcaoc in tho crush V:a3 no doubt -Juq to the cir cumotance that it had bem fouud impossible for j persons not within tho ^harmed circle of official j infliieuco' to obtain 'access to the court. It was j nevertheless surprising to find how many of tho | softer :e:: cucceedcd where so many of the sterner 1 ones failed. It wao a matter of comment 011 Tues- j dr.y that the gallery aud the body of the court were largely occupied by ladies and young girls. Ou Wednesday it was more noticeable. There were 1 wemen'of al...
Berrima District A., H. and I. Society. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 8 April 1892
DSerrima District A., II. and' I. Society. : ' A meeting of the committee of this society was held in the School of Arts on Monday afternoon. The following gentlemen were presents-Messrs C. L. Nicholson (in the chair), T. Seery, W PiVffott J. Loseby J. Yco, A. B. Young, M. Rice, H7 m! Oxley, J. L. Campbell, G. George, J. Williams, J. T. Hayter, A. Fyfe, E. Moses, IV R. Wilshire, and H. C. Rose. , CORRESPONDENCE. _ A letter was received from tho Colonial Department announcing that the Government sub' sidy of £331 17/6 was-paynble on tlie passing of tho Appropriation Bill, and that a special graut of £100 had been passed, 5- 5 7 ;.i, ° ? The secretary of the Moss Valo R. C. sports com mittee wrote asking for a reduction , hrtho charge for use of grounds on the occasion of their Easter sports meeting.— The fee was reduced to £2 2s Ono of the Burra.vang team, which competed in the recent tug of war contests, wroto in reference to tho prize awarded them. It appeared that on tho occasion ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 8 April 1892
Factory Bottur Market. — Tlio Produco Exchange co-operatc3 with -100,000 citizens, to dispose of Factory and Dairy Butter in Sydney, tho nearest an best market. — Hawkish & Vanoi!, 95 Sussex-street. WAY KStVOAOKl ©SAP Deafness, Head Nohcs, Discharge9! uo mattcq OP jiow long standing, completely and permanently enred by the new nnd entirely aucccssful Elcclro* Medication Trentmcit'. Sixp-Ari'Liisi) and I'ninlcss. Er.r-tlruma not at all ncccccary. Advice nnd tamphlct Tree from Professor Harvey, 145 Collins treet East, Melbourne. Magnificent testimonials. N.13.— Professor Harvey's Electric Head Cattery Is the only one patented throughout the \yorld«\ ^ASTE PAPER FOR SALE : / f—. AT— r' . ^ - THE SCRUTINEER OFFICE. ClGH-CLASSlJLUiERYaDRESSIVIAKINC. ? . — -M- ? ? miss HAS much pleasure iu announcing to tho LADIES of M OSS LE and SUB- ; : BOUNDING DISTRICTS that sho is JUST OPENING her mi WMlMmvUi Bnnzam Stock -OF— IFireiich and ITsiglfiBUn flflflnnflBaery, Dilate, nConnnaetty, Bi...
Farewell Tea at Woodlands. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 8 April 1892
F.ii-evfeH ?Tea Woodlands. O' Wednesday evenVg/iastr tho ^ residents of Woodlands /near Burrawang), assisted by many friends from Kangaloou, ftobertson, Burrawaug, and Wild's Meadow, tendered a farewell tea to the Rev. J. Colwell, Wesleyan minister ot Robertson, prior to his departure from the district to take the Wealeyan charge at Navrandera. The rev. gentle man, since his first arrival in tho district — on suc ceeding to tho clwrge v'-cated by the Rev. Mr. ?Lucas— Ijas.-'macTe for hinijclf.'a host of friends out side his o\\'ji flock, aud oiChis occasion they showed tlicir testimony in full by attending to do. honor to a minister who has on all occasions proved a friend to them. Woodlands some few years back was scarcely known, yet to-day the residents of that locality are blessed with many local requirements. Included among them may be mentioned a building suitable for holdiug Divino service, and a Wesleyan Sunday School that would do credit to the other denominations in tho dis...
Robertson. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 8 April 1892
' Robertson. Tenders were opened on Friday last for clearing about 'six acres' of cemetery. Four were received, nud that of Mr. J. Carrs was acoepted. During the Iat'o storm we learn that Mr. \Y_. R. Hindmarsh, sen., had tho misfortnno to lose , two cows through the falling of d tree. . ? Tfio last quarterly meeting under the presidency of tho Rev. J. Colwell was held on Wednesday last. Present— Messrs. J. Aloorn, J.P., E. Schofield, W. Graham, A.- Johnston, R. Knox, J. Piper, J. Van denbergli and J. T. Stone. The balance-sheet for last quarter waa then presented and proved to be very satisfactory. The general business was then I entered upon, and discussed iu the usual way. A vote of thanks was accorded RoVi J. Colwell for the successful way ho had laboured in tho circuit. Messrs. Piper, . Morrow, Curtis, and Frazer were appointed stewards ; and Messrs. A. Johnston and A. Knox wero nominated as received as oxhorterq. Tho meeting then closed. .
A Funny Game. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 8 April 1892
A UuniEiy (tame. A few frienda met the other nicht in a Newtown storo to spend a joyial overling, but ns they woro all teetotallers and nono of them drank anything stronger than Clements Tonic, drunkenneso was out of tho question. Mac proposed a gamo at euchre, nnd Jones said thoy had hotter play for something just to givo the game an interest and make it lively, but times were hard, oo they did not care to play for money, Smith, howov'er, spied a box of Flotchcr's bilious and liver pills, aud pro posed that each time a man was beaton ho should tako a pill, and this made tho gamo lively nnd tho fun was fast nnd furious. Simp3on swallowed five, Jones got away with four and Smith and Hopkins two each nnd Mao got off scot free. Tlio gamo terminated by a general exodus at 3 a.m., for Dr. Fletcher's pillo never labour in vain. Thoy are tho best and mildest pillo mado and aro sold by all chemists and druggiBt3 everywhere ; being a posi tive, oafo and roliaulo euro for constipation, liver ...
Moss Vale Police Court. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 6TH. (Before Messrs. Wilshire, P.M., C. L. Nicholson, and I. S. Ponder, Js.P.) INSULTING LANGUAGE AT BUNDANOON. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 8 April 1892
Moss Valo Police Court. Wednesday, Apiui. Otii. (Before Messrs. Wilshire, P.M., C. L. Nicholson, nnd I. S. Ponder, Js.P.) IWsni.TINO r.ANOITAOK AT IIUNDANOON*. Thomas Gamble, a fetlor, was Bummoncd on tho information of Edward John Mardon, builder nf Band. inoim, with having made uso of insulting language to him in n public placo at Bundanoou cn the 19th of March Inst. Complainant stated that ho met defendant 011 the niiiu road near the railway station, aud some con versation took placo in rcfercnco to a lecture which was to be givcu by Mr. Crabbo on the ensuing MomUy night on tempcrance. Witness aajd it was given out ui. a ? iiieuLiiijr oil xuo tcijiiuy gmgiiii tuat thb lectin-.: would take place. Defendant replied that it was not given out from the chair, aud added '?Thoso who say so arc liirs.' Complainant remirked. ' Well, I sly so,' to which Gamblo rejoined, ' Then, you'ro a liar.' Thcro were about foity people present, nml under other circumstances he (compliinint) might havo ...
Analysis of Local Soils. THEIR COMPOSITION AND REQUIREMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 8 April 1892
Analysis of ILoeftl Soils. ' Tiikib Composition and Requirement?. Mr. Ily. C- Anderson, Director 'Of Agriculture, has forwarded to .Mr. N. H. Tlu-oaby the result of analyses of the soils recently forwarded to the Department; In reference to sample No. 1, pro cured from Mt. Ashhy. Mr. T. B. Guthrie, analy tical chemist to the Department of Agriculture, finils tKo geological formation of tho surrounding country to be sandstone with irruptions of bacult, the hnturo of the soil is sandy loam, tho reaction neutral, and. the capacity for water 3G per ccnt. Tho mechanical analysis of the sample shows : — flnnrso eravel moro than one. tenth in diameter '45 per ccnt. ; fine gravel more than one-twenty.fourth of an inch diameter, 1 '00 : fine soil, OS'55 per cent., comprising 65-62 sand, and32'93 impalpable inattor, chiefly clay. Au. analysis of tho whole soil reveals 8-362 per cent, of moisture, and 5'523 of volatilo and combustible matter, principally organic. Tho general value in fertilisi...
What People Say. W.H. ROTHERY, ESQ., MELBOURNE FACTORY INSPECTOR [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 8 April 1892
. Wlnsit IPcopIe Say. W. H. ROTHERY, ESQ., MELBOURNE FACTORY INSPECTOR Writes frtm Tho Parade, Ascot Vale : — ' I havo much pleasure in stating that I have taken Clements Tornc, with good results. I had the influenza, and a racking cough, clammy sweats, which caused great weakness and nervousness. After taking three bottles, the cough and clammy sweats left me, my appetite improved and tho pains in my chest have' been removed. To all who sudor I would strongly recommend Clements Tonic.' Mr. Rothery's case would undoubtedly have undoubtedly ended in consumption hadit ont been for the timoly use of this remedy.
LICENSING COURT. (Before Messrs. F. R. Wilshire, P.M., and C. L. Nicholson, J.P.) INSPECTOR'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 8 April 1892
? ' LICENSING COURT. (Before Messrs. F.-R. Wilshire, P.M„,and C. L. ' ' ? ' NiuhOlsou, J.P.) ; - INSPECTOR'S TIKPOHT. Senior-Sergeant Eowler' (District ' Licensing Inspector) presented his report for the past quarter. He said : ' The licensed hotels, with the exception of two have beeu on tho whole well conducted. One of these has beeu cautioned, the other has been broughtj'befqvo the bench l nJ convicted. The renewal applicants have both conducted' their houses well during the year. Ono (Mrs. Nicholas) isfbilildiug new premises near the present Hotel,'' to which she proposes to' romovo tli'c preseiitJlideiise. The applicant for a. new license (Mrs,. M. Broen). is the re-opening of tho Commercial Hotel, Berriini, which closed last year. The premises havo been renovated throughout, and aro fit to be licensed if the magistrates think another licensed houso is required in Berrima ' ? ? ^ RENEWALS. Mrs. Sarah Nicholas applied for a renewal of the Commercial Hotel, Bundnuoon. There was n...
SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 8 April 1892
[?] : i'An nnarohiat plot for tho dootruction of tho .. .. * ! Ohambor of Doputio.i, tho Eoyal Pnlnoo, and * * othor public buildiuga in Mr.drid lias boon discovered. Tho conopii'atoi'3 had crrnngod to placo dynnmito bombs benonth tho ooato of tba momboro of tho Clmmbcr of Dopution, and 8cmi3 of tliom woro nctunlly 011 thoir way to~, tho chimber with thio objoot whoa thoy wo'' ' - apprchondod by too polico. * Q A dcoporato ctrujjglo took placo f\Jo3od * doorof thocliniiiboL' botvroon (ho polic'^and tho anarchists. One of tho prisoners'* tho ma poasosaioii p. liomb v,'oi^luug bto. - At Wnlsnll thojtrinl of thopriconora chargod 'iv with complicity in a suapoctod nnarchist con- - opiracy huo resulted in uvo convictiono. Throo moa woro Bentonccd to 10 years' imprison- r' moot aud two to fivo yours. ? Tho Times otnte3 tlint Russian coronls afe to bp admitted into Gorinnny in oschango for Gorman toxtiloo, and that thoro uro othor Bigns of a rapprcachmont bot\veen tho two . countries. At N...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 8 April 1892
We Scrutiimr. TEEHS: Sunscnil'TlON 2/G per qunrtor prepaid ; 3/- if booked j charged onlj from tlio tirao of commencing. Quarters end March 31, Juno 30, ? September 30, December 31, at which periods only can subscriber* decline by giving a \vcck's notice in writing dircct to the offiec — not through a local collector — and paying to the then running quarter. Advertisements— ot less than one inch, 1/- for the first two lines and 3d. per line after ; longer advertisements, 3/- for the first inch and 1/0 for every oubsequent inch. A liberal reduction made fof standing advertisements. Advertisements o birtlia, mmriagca, and deaths, if sent by post, must bo authenticated by tho signature of come person known at tho office, or thoy will not be inserted. Advertisements will bo received np to 6 p.m. on day of publication. The number of insertions ? Bliould be written oil the faco, or tho advertise ments will bo continued till countermanded. Orders for withdrawing, altering, or changing adve...
ECHOES. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 8 April 1892
ECnOES. (By TLvNGALOON.) The Rev. Mr. Stoddart's letter in Tuesday's ffiue o£ the Scrutineer should commend icself to the 'comfortably- housed-ancUfed residents of this district. It has the ring of truo Christian charity aTjout it. As Mr. Stoddai-t points out, terrible destitution actually exists amongst the unemployed in Sydney, and wo should not stop to nslc whether they or any of them, aro to blame or not If charity covers a multitude oi sina lie re is a rare chance. I think it -was Dean Swift who preached the shortest clmrity,'sermon on record. Taking his text from — ' He that giveth to tho poor lendeth to the Lord,' ho merely remarked : ' Now, my friends, you hear the terms of this loan. If you like the security, down with the dust !' -?,... I would point out to practical lowlnndera that these ' Echoes' are written for the Scrutineer alone. It is too bad that I should pay tenpenco a pound for hogs lard to make lights, buy pens, ink and paper ; then use mj brains in writing ' Ec...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 8 April 1892
... . — ? ? ? Special AdwerJSfjeiraicnts. He MOSS VALE, Upholsterer, French Polisher, Pictarc Frc\mcr- C: c. A LARGE Stock of Furniture, Bedsteads and Bedding, C-irpetr;, Matting, Linoleum, Door Mats, &c.» always on hand. Spring Roller and Venetian Blinds, made and fitted or repaired. ? C0W1 W1ERGI Al BANKING' COMPANY. to tp Established 1S31. Incorporated 1813. Head OQco : Gi:oi:-:i: Srp.ixr, Svr-:;i:v. ? o ? CAPITAL ? '600,000 RESERVE FTIIID ? £670,000 Rdiekyk fou Equalisation or DIVIDENDS ? £100,000 Money rcccivcj at Intorcat and all other usual Banting Business transacted. IS. KVURARD ROW, Manager, nose VALE BEA17CH. . W, H. PALOTG & C07 IkTCCITSCTIZlZO. EsTABMpucD 1853. Incorporated 1SS3, Sole Agents for PIANOS by Steinway and Son3, Julius Fcnricb, Uebel and Lechlcitor, Carl ? - Ecke, The Victor, The Belling ; and for the world-renowned E^TEY ORGANS ? ..... ... and Boosey'e Brass Band Instruments. Universal Providersof PIANOFORTES, ORGANS. MUSIC, and MUSICAL INST...
DR. NEILDS LIFE THREATENED. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 12 April 1892
DR. NEILDS LIFE THREATENED. On tho resumption of tho inquest this morning tho Coronor road a lottor, which he had rocoived just boforo ho came into Court as follows. ' Melbourne, April G, 1892. Dr. Neild, — 1 1 warn you that if vou don't conduct the I Deeming inquiry in an impartial manner it ? yiU be tho worse for yon. The poor fellow is not getting justioe, as you and the jurymen and tho dotectives aro prejudiced against him. Yon ought to adjourn tho inquest for nix months, to allow tlio publio oxciteuinnt to abato. From tho opinions which havo beon I expressed in court by other ladies I don't think Mr. Deoniii g will -vant funds to de fend his life. I, for one, will anonymously subscribo for that purposo. You can take warning by tliia if you like, but I shall cor tainly do you an injury by attempting ycur lifo in opon court, notwithstanding that you only allow witnesses in court or thoso inter ested in tho caso. I will mark the detectives at a future timo. Lillie ' The Coronor, h...