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THE WINDSOR TRAGEDY. CONCLUSION OF THE INQUEST. A PLEA OF INSANITY TO BE SET UP. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 12 April 1892

THE WIMSCSCIDIIB TTilBACEVlBnDY. CONCLUSION OF THE INQUEST. A PLEA OF INSANITY TO BE SET UP. Mr.Lnonnjfiv, Thursday. — The inquest on tho viotim of tlio victim of the Windsor tragedy has been complo'nd nnd the mnn Williams lias bno.n committed to stand bio trial 011 nchnrgcof wilful murder. Tlinrc were only thrcn witnesses to bo examined to day, so thnt tlio nctunl hearing of cvidonco was soon completed. THE LIVES OF THE CORONER AND DETECTIVES THREATENED. As on tlio previous days, tbe gallery of tho court was crowded, but the preponderance of Immunity wnn distinctly on tlm femnlo side. It is strnngo nisi tlmt tlio most noun n - tiontil incident of tlio day was supplied by a womnn- Whetbfii' Williams, unattractive n3 he is in outward nppearancp, 1ms beon oxer cising bis fatal fascination over the softer sex during tbe trial depends, of course, upon whether tbo affair itself is a hoax or whether 1 some foolish woman lias allowed her feelings to obtnin temporary and ludicrous mastery O...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 12 April 1892

Factory Bottbr Market — Tlio Produce Exchange co-operates with -100,000 citizono, to dispose of Factory and Dairy Butter in Sydney, tlio nearest an be3t market. — Hawken* it Vavce, 95 Sussex-street MY KEUAflKl DEAF Deafness, Head Noises, Discharges, ftc., no mattch OP how LONG standing, completely nnd perr^nncntly curcd by the new and entirely succcssful Electro* Medication Treatmer,*. Sei.p*ai'Pj.ii:h nnd I'ainless. nrj-dmraD not at r.ll nccc^sary. Advice and pamphlet Free from Professor Harvey, 145 Collin/ Sited E^st, Melbourne. Magnificent testimonials. N.B.— Professor Harvey's Elcctrlc Head Battcij? fa the only one patented throughout the World* 1 J. ®7®¥ttI7~§ ' PRACTICAL T7ATCHUAKER, &B. 3 1-4 =- (Opposite now Post Office) ^ ARGYLE-STREET, MOMS VALE, w fcJ 3 'OKGS to inform his old Patrons nnd tho c £j D Public pencr/illy that lie has returned § H to the district -mid commenced business ^ ^ again in Mosa Vrdc. J. D. C. would im- ^ ?* press upon tho Publio tho fact that...

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Bowral Municipal Council [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 12 April 1892

w^rltowral JUuuieipl Council Tho fortnightly meeting of this eonncil wao hold I on Thursday night. Tho aldormcn present woro | Messrs. Holmes (in tho chair), ltieo, Oxley. Cainp boll, Bissakor. .?Tho minutes of tho proviouo meeting v;ero read and confirmed. ' ? - . . romtn-ipnvrnpvrr. From Mr. A, B. Robinson, calling attention to st »to of drain iu Rose-atreot. — Roferred to Works Commitoo. T1IE GAS WOllKS. — 'Cdrrespodonce referring to application fgom gentle offering thoir services' as valuators was read. ' In refercnco to the application of G. Smithies, several letters of reference in reply to inquiries woro received, one of them from tho Mayor of Orango being unfavorable. . 1'INANOU. ??? Tlio following accounts woro passed for payment: — Wages, £20 13/8; salary, £0 i interest to Neale & Co., £3000, £90 ; P. McShano, £2 0/3 ; . Lithgow Colliery Co., £G 6/6 ; C. Waters, £1 0/11 ; Printing and advertising, Frco Press, £9 10/3 ; J. Martin, 6/6 ; G. Harvey, 19/3 ; Ga3 Company...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 12 April 1892

It does seem a thousand pitico that the many excellent volumes lying dust covered nnd moth-eaten nt the Moar. Vale Council Charabersshonldnot be transferred toilie new School of Aria. Here they would bo properly housed, and, what is equally important, they would tie put to some use. Tlio members of the School of Arts are often at their wits' .jen'd to find a bode which they have not read : and which suits their own particular fancy. ' Transferring the volumes in question wou d \ nicely overcome the difficulty. Somo I , pf our local aldermen hold to the opinion 1 tti.at the books cannot be rennved without ' . the' passage of n special Act of Parliament, ( whilst at the same time they admit that they i are ocly lying idle where they are. Thoy aro supposed to be deposited in a Public ? Library, but it is only by a stretch of the imagination that the place can be called a library nt all. It should be called a mauso leum. Nobody goes there to read, and nobody- would bo allowed to walk of...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 12 April 1892

TTTTANTED, a GENERAL SERVANT. Apply W by letter, 'WOODSTOCK,' Aioss Vnlo, , HIO LET in MOSS VALE tho Building iccontly 1 occupied by tho Government aa a I'ost-offico. Apply for particulars to Mr. I. S. PONDER, ? E.S. & A.C. Bank, -i Moss VtJe. : :ar©iriicis. ' : If tho HOG' Pl-i that iia enclosed »t my placo at Springbori ngli, j/eao. Bcldanoon, ia not removed on or. IraoDWSatnrday tho lGth April, 1892, and £2 101. tallages jvffl yw'M claim the animal as my pranCrty. »/J Y / Vj'aLLlAM BRUCE, 1 ' Bundanoon. New South Wales Government EASTER HMM/1892. ON 15th, 10th, IVl .V^oli APRIL tifc 410 a.m. MIXIpD TR\\lh~rfydtioy to Albury wilt call at nil Stations mm Platformo (yh?re required between Mosa Valo^and Goull^u^wyV^ther par ticulars may bo had from all^tawoihiit^tcra. By order of the (forAinilsionej-a. M.hlcLA0HLAN, t. . Sydney, April, 1892, r Secretary. Herr lamped Jecliotseh,; Solo Violinist, fti onr^f-vatoire, Vienna, W-ijaiM j/ufilof— ? ISirom p// ESiJ^snsrir, - ILL Visit...

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Local News. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 12 April 1892

lLocul News. Marulau Show to-day. ' In Moss Yale' there wcro 31 days of rain for the first tlirdi days of tlria year. We havo received from Mr. .1. Wado tho sum of 5s towards the unemployed relief fund, being the amount coliecieu by ins son, ttsx Agmconrt \n atie, on tho salo of (lowers, At tho fortnightly cattle sale held yesterday week at Kaugaroo Valloy springing heifers realised up to £9 Ids per head, and at a clearing sale conducted at Mr. J. O'Sullivan'a residence the pviccs wcro equally satisfactory. Mr. E. Hothorington, of Daisy Bank Farm, Hurra waug, lias been nominated a3 a trustee for tho Burra wang publio -Park via- Mr. 15. Johnston, resinned. Tho gentleman's namo will be forwarded to the Government for approval dud to be gazetted. The residents of Harrcugarry aro (savs our cor respondent) anxiously awaiting a visit from Mr. Blumlield, tho .Superintendent of Ko:;d'i. Last Tnesday'the Barrcngarry team got benighted near - -the local prist otlice, and had to lie oxtricated...

Publication Title: Scrutineer, The
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Kangaroo Valley A. & H. Society. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 12 April 1892

EJaogreroo V^siey A. -$s on. Society. The annual mooting of tho Kangaroo Valloy A ond H. Society wa3 liald last Wednesday evening' Au unusual amount of interest was taken in'tho meeting owing to tho number of members seeking election to. the committeo. j.uo report auu uaiauce-succt which were duly presented showed that notwithstanding, a falling off in the number of momheis as comparcil with tho provious year, theie will bo about £5 to tho credit of tho Sooiety after meeting all liabilities.' It was proposed to mako tho following additions to the Society's rules, but the proposals were neca tived by largo majorities :-( I) That the Society hold quarterly meetings; (2) that stowards be not permitted to act in sections in which they or membero of their families may bo exhibiting ? (3) that members of tho Press bo admitted to all moot inga of tho committee. Notwithstanding tho negativing of this last resolution, tho chairman (Mr. J. Campbell) stated that tho correspondent of tho Scruti...

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Tenders for Roadwork. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 12 April 1892

. Semlers- for Eojidwoi'k. The following tenders for roadwork were opened at the Court Houcc, M033 Vale, yesterday afternoon by the C.V.S. Tho lowest tenderer in each ca30 is requested to forward his deposit (5 per cent.' of bis tender) to head ofiico : — 92-2 Main Southern Road — maintenance metal : — XV, Bruce* £83 I03 ; J. Hambridgo, £99 ; J. MaguirG& 13. C. Cupitt, £99, Q2-J- Main Southern Road — Maintcnanco metal : — J ? Norris, £S7 15s ; W. Massie, £88 , J. Scwcll, £110 ; Jas. Whitney, £12G 10a. 92- i 9, Moss Vale to Berrima — forming (to section) and ballast J. Lewis and S. Fleetou, £23(5 8s ; Voter Murnhy, £279 Is. 92»20.' Main Southern Road towards Worabeyan Caves— clearing, draining, &c, : — J. Mnguiro and 13. C. Cupitt, £-195 18s ; J. Lowie&S, Fleeton, £623 los ; T. S. Piggott aud S. Ritchings, £G93 9s ; W. Bruce, £725 13s 4d ; R. J. Hayman, £832 15s. 92-21. Old South Road— laying pipes:— Peter Murphy, £119; J. Lewis aud S. Flcetou, £136 ; Geo. McA...

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Attempted Suicide. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 12 April 1892

Attempted Siilcule. Alarming rumours were circulated 011 Thursday afternoon to tho effect that another' sui cide had been committed in Bowral. It was stated that a man recently employed at the Gib Qnarries hud plunged a knife into his left side and ripped his chest onon. An iiannl. limvncnp.m — had been called into play, and mado tlio attempt more serious than it actually was. It appears that atjuarryman uamcd Phillip Ive'rm aPr.bout 2 o'clock in the afternoon cut Ilia arm with a razor, partially ?ieveriug au artery. Dr. Wilson was immediately sent for, and on examination of the wound found a serious gash' of about two inches in length jiad been inflicted. The doctor at once stopped -tbe bleeding, and two silvor sutures wore iuccrted in tho wound. After some further attentions, the man wao brought to tho hospital by Mr. lili Beer of .the Gib orchard, where he uow ia, under policti super vision. Tho patient suffered mostly from loss of blood, and was so weak that he fainted twico on ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 12 April 1892

Factouv Butter Market — Tho Produce Exchange co-operates with -100,000 citizens, to dispose of Factory and Dairy Butter in « , Sydney, the nearest an best market.— Hawk ex & Vancb, 95 Sussex-street. 1 i

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Berrima District Cottage Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 12 April 1892

QBeri'naniiJiL District €ott;igc Hospital. A meeting of the hospital committee was held on Friday afternoon, the following geutlemeii_bcing present — Messrs. P. li. Throsby, J. P. (in the chair), Copeland Bennott,.D. F. Evans, Gavin George, J. Piggotfc, H. M. Oxloy, A, B. Young, N. H. Throsby, , Rev. Fr. Harnett, Drs. Fisher and' Wilson. CORRESPONDENCE. The resignation of the Rev. K. A.* Corner-was received and accepted with regret. An apology was received from Mr. Edwards of Mittagonii, and Rev. J. W. Debeuham, for unavoid able absence. From the Treasury announcing that £19 10/, due by Government had been paid. FINANCE. The lion, treasurer reported that £14 10a 6d had been received as subscriptions and £25 13a patients payments. Tho expenditure being £28 15s Id. Balance at bank, £14 14s 0»l ; on deposit £400 ; total £540 14b. Subsidy duo £193 ; iutcrest on part pro ceeds of bazaar £10 ; credit balauce £743 14s. REPORTS. The secretary reported having received six replies from clergy...

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Robertson. AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 12 April 1892

EEobcptsoifl. Acinicur:.:oi:'.L rocn.Ty. Tho monthly mcciing o;' the ckccu'Ivc cc;..mittce v;no held in th : ocliool of Artu on Tln.vcday cvcr.Tn;j hat, thc;o heir.;; present — Mcssro. T. Secry ('L)rc3i -!ent), T. Jonc , \v. While, J. Ston*--. *1. Johnston, II. XV. iO-crj, y. ArnK'jti'ong, E. ... William., J. 'Mavbhall, I». McKvilly, J. and M. Brookcr, R. M. Graham, XV. R Hindmarnh, W. Graham, J. T. Haytcr,. W. Vnndcnbergli, J. E. Williams, R. Gay, 1'. Tatlov; and K. G. L'crguson (lion, nec.) The following accounts v/cw packed for payment : — J. Mcssinghnin £1 lIu„J. R. Toplin& Co £1 5/G. Tho following protests were upheld by tlio cocicty — C. Monie (luama), the buggy not being Hio pro perty ; Mr. Akcro, collection of poaches, not grown by.exhibitor ; Mr; T. Andcrcon, for pair of -plough ; horsc3, one of the animals not being his proporty; Moffat t and Stone, pair of carriago ho:-cc3. It was dccidcd to pay Mr. Ahcrq the monoy for grain and gra::sca as satisfactorily proof ha...

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CRICKET. WILD'S MEADOW V ROBERTSON. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 12 April 1892

[?] \V 11,1)3 Mkadow v Roberhox. A match was played liet.vceu tho above clubs on the Willi's Meadow wicket on Saturday afternoon, tho Meadow having to bat with one niau short. Scores:—...: ? ... 1... -. Robertson. J. D. Wood, e Brown, b Parker .... -3? ?'\V. Soloy,1 o Brown, li Diiiiiio s (. ) jtl R. Jout'8, c Brown, b Dunne..! '... 0 K. Humphries, not out . ... ....... 6 H. Dennisrc and b J3rcak ivell__ ... 2 J. Humjibfiea.] o iuutb Dmino 'tJ ... 29 \V. Vandebbcriti c and b Duhuo ... 3 R. Simpson, 'b Diuine J; ? 5 A. Feint, o-Hawkius, li Parker ... 1G J. E. William*, 1- Brown ... ... 0 J. Anderson, b Brown... ... .. 3 Sundries ... . . ? ? ... 11 Total ... /.. ... 134 Wild's sleaciow, ! A. Browu, c Wood, b Simprtik 1 14 E. Dunne, h o w, b J. Humphries ... ; 7' F. BrcaUwel), b Siinpjon ... ... - 8 ' G. H. PurKer, c and b Soley ... ... 0 W. Sewell, bSoley ... ... 1; E. Hawkins, b Wood ... ... . 3 S. Hindmarsh, li Soley ' :.. ? : O A. Gralwm. -- Simpson ? 0 G. Akers, b Soley ? ... , . ...

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SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 12 April 1892

. founr.zAKV. Tho inquoat o£ tbo victim of tho Windsor tragedy wao concluded in Llolbourno oa Thuieday, \7hon Willir.mo una committed for . ttial, chcr^'cd uiih v/ilful Kiurdor. When tho coroner nnnouuCGd on Thursday that ho v/ould iaouo hia v/r.rrnnt' £oi' tho com- « ' mittal of Williams, tho Windsor murdoror. tno cccuaod o^clo.imod, ' 3ou can put it if : your pipo and otnolio it.' Dr. Noild, tho coronor at tho Windsor; ' inquoat road a lottor on Thursday which ha . hail rocoiyed, oicnod '? Lillio,' ond which threatened hia lifo unless ho couduotod ' tho Dooming inquiry in an impaitir.l manner. ' , A witneaa named Jonathan Gtovona, a ' plumhor and [jaofittor, on Thuvaday deposed . - that ho worked with Wiilianw at Danka nnd Son'o factory, v.'horo ho wau kuov7n ca ' tho Domon.' At tho concluoion of tho ovidonco in tho Windoov inquoat \ViIliatna vofucod to givo hia namo, and hio counool roJucod to oay any* tning in dofonco at that otago. Mr. Lylo, councol for William in Mel bourne, a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 12 April 1892

-Eke Smttiiw. TEEIIB: SoascmrTioN 2/0 per quarter prepaid ; ?-/- if hooted : chnrced only from tho tirao of commencing. Quarters ond March 31, June 30, September 30, December 31, at which periods only can subscribe! h decline by giving a weclt'n notice m writing direct to the oflicc— not through n local collector— and £ paying to tho then running quarter. t ' Advertiskm kst^j ol less than one inch, 1/- for th-4 first two lines and 3.1. per line after ; onger I advertisements, 3/- for the first inch and 1/6 for every subsequent inch. A liberal reduction made for standing advertisements. Advertisements o 1 births, mairiagcs, and deaths, if scut by post, must be authenticated by tho signature of some person known at tho office, or they will not be inserted. Advertisements will be received up to G p.m. on day of publication. Tho number of insertions should be written on the face, or the advertise nienta will be continued till countermanded. _ Orders for withdrawing, altering, or changin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 12 April 1892

? Special AdvcE'lfioetanoinittD. MOSS V -\ LE, I Upholsterer, French Polislic-r, Picture I rrarncr- C:c. A LARGE Stoch of Furniture, IJcdnteada and Balding, Cnrpct.i, Matting, I-moldim, Boor Mate, &c,» always on hand. Spring Holler nn-l Venetian Blinds, made and fitted or repaired. COWwERCi A f BANKiNG CO M PAN Y. ? ?? - ? ' ? ? -&x? ra'ir. Established 1831. Incorporated 18 IS. ? o:o ? Head OECO : Gnonrti: Street, Sydney. CAPITAL ... ? 'GOO, 000 RESERVE FUIID ? £G70,000 Reseuvk foii Kqi.'alisatio.s' or DiVI1)KS'1)S ? ; jIOO.OOO Monoy received at Intcre.it and nil other usual Banking Business transacted. E. EVURARD ROW, Manaoeii, HOSS VALE BIUuICH. ^evuttneer, ?- . ; AND West CacnacjeK Mclusentfeo (ESTABLISHED 2075-10 Years.) : PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY and FRIDAY '?- ' Error of opinion M vi lo tot--r,itrt irheiv rewn i - left .i fret to combat it.' — Thomas Jr.!Tc::soN. ^ v. ? ' TUESDAY, APRIL 12, 1892.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 12 April 1892

£3' To tho Footracing Fraternity. — You ? ' bhoyo' who havo not already doiio so, aro respectfully re quested to nominate for tho Easter Grand Handicap to-night (Tuesday) on. or boforo 10 o'clock, cithor with Socrotary or Mr. Thoa. Conlon, Moe3 Valo, Certainly tho beat medicino known in SANDER aud SONS' EUCALYPTI EXTRACT. Teat Its' eminently powerful effects in coughs, colds, in fluenza ; tho _ rolief i3 iustantouous. In devious oases aud accidents of all kindn, bo thoy v/oundo burns, ccaldinga, bruises, oprains it ia tho ,cifc3t remedy— no Dwelling — no inflammation. Lato cuprising offccts produced in' croup, diphtheria, bronchitis, inflammation of tho lungo, owelUngo. &o., diarrlicca, dyoentry, diseases of tho ltidnoyo 'and urinary organs. Ia uoo at hospitals and clinics all over tho world ; patronised by Hia Maic3ty tho King of Italy ; crowned with modal and diploma tio Internaitonal Exhibition, ? Amotordam. Trust to | on approved ortiojq and rojoat aU others, . London Tr...

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HORSE RACING. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 12 April 1892

HORSE RACING. Mittagong Jockey Club Races, Kaate^ 3Ionday.

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EVENTS TO COME: ATHLETIC SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 12 April 1892

EVENTS TO COME : ATHLETIC SrORTS. Catholic Church Annual Demonstration, Show Ground, Easter Monday. Spurte at Bundauobironv Queen's Birthduy.

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The Proposed Nursing Classes [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 12 April 1892

The UToflioseull Slura'siias Classes The following letter under ths above heading and signed '* Enquirer,' appeared in lastSaturday's issue of the Bowral 1'Wc ft-cn, and the enquiry therein nlso applies to Moss Vala where a branch of the ' Nursing Classes' was also inaugurated : — ' What has becoino of them. Six weeks ago several ladies of Bowral (including visitors who have now left so it is reported) gave in-thsir.names and subscriptions for the class and nothing further haa been done in the matter. The winter which has begun is not a good season in which to expect ladies to attend— the anmmer wa3 dccidely the best/time. Somo ladies were wise enough to withold names aud subscrip tions-till the classes were on a proper footing — they have nothing tn regret,'

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