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

[?] Tho monthly meeting of the Band of'Hope was j heM in the tVcsleyan Church on Friday. evening » l.u;*, the Rev. J. .Colv/cll prcsidii: - The programme was gocd, .the 'attendance large,' and a very liberal ? collcotin Tlio motion was opened by cihgingand prayc , after which the following programn.c was i entered unon. all of a; hicli was well appreciated I Solo, 'Let me go,' Miss Johnston; recitation, I 'Bring the men up to their colors.' Mr. II. \l. Smith ; song, ' Picrrott,' Mr, C. Piper ; recitation, | 'The c imp tire,' Mr. J. J. Keys ; song, ' Little ( Nell,' Miss Piper : recitation, ' J'euominatioiialism' Mic3 A. Morrow ; c'ong, ** Rooked) in tho cratllciof the deep,' Mr. Higgius ; address, The Chairman ; j song, 'Just before tho battle, mother,' Mr. J. L.v: Smith ; recitation, 'The lwttle of-Bothwcll Bridge,';' Mr. ' Fredericks ; duct, 'Welcome Home,' Miss* Virtue and Mr. A. Knox ; song, ' Numberless as j the sands on. the seashore,' Miss Smith; song,! ' The British' soldier...

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

SPORTING. [Secretaries and other' known residents of the different localities in which uports occnr tcill oblige hy sending tt* particulars as early ar uossiblc after tho several events,'}

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Our Dairy Farming Industry. MESSRS. FOLEY BROS. 'NEW PREMISES. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 12 April 1892

®Enr flDniry Fitxmimg niidiastry. MESSRS. FOLEY BROS.' Nli\Y PRKMl-S.'JS. The last issue of the Sydney Mtiil contaius au ex cellent illustration of Messrs. Foley Bros new pre mises, and it is accompa ied with a uarrative from which we extract the following : — The development iu this particular industry his during the past few yeara made wonderful progress in almost all paits of tho world. The old system of butter and checso making ba3 given place to scientific modern machinery, and in our agricultural and dairy-farming districts the alow process of setting milk on dishes to raise cream has, despite much pre judice, been replaced by the more modern separator. In no place in the world has the improved system so rapidly advanced as in this colony during the' last few years, For years the farmers sought to produce uniform quality throughout the year, only to be disappointed in the hot summer months, which season to them should be the most profitable ; and often, for want of better appl...

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Burrawang R. R. Company. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 12 April 1892

BBm'iics.waTffig iHL; C£. Company. A special meeting of the committee of the Burra wang R.R. Company was held at Kuhn's hotel on Thursday evening last. Present--1 Capt. Allen (in the chair), S. Hayter. M. Seery, T. Elliott, E. Hethorington, A. K. Yonge, W. H. Rudge, ond J. P. Lawlcr (hon. sec.) The chairman stated that the meeting had been called to consider matters in connection with the rifle match on Easter Monday, and to transact other business brought forward. CORRESPONDENCE. From the Secretary of N.S. Wales Riflc^Associa* tion referring to the affiliation fee for 1892. and asking that oame bo forwarded as soon aa possible From Capt. Bouveric, with reference to elings used by rifle companies not to exceed 44 inches in length, and any rifleman usiug a sling morei than regulation size in any match to bo disqualified for that match. The spb-committec appointed to wait on Mr. C. -KUhn v;ith reference to providing a dinner for the ! riflemen on Easter. Monday* slated tliab Mr. Kuhn ...

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Robertson Railway [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 12 April 1892

QofoertsoiE Enuttwr-y A public meeting, convened by the Burrawang Vigilance Committee, wao held at ICuhn's Commer cial Hotel, Burrawang, on Saturday evening last, to receivo report from Capt. J. J, Walters, and to leal with other matters in connection with the railway. Mr. A. K. D. Yonge, (president of tha Viligance Committee) waa elected chairman, and tho following centlcmen wero present: — Messrs. Thoa. Seery, J P., Capt. J. J. Walters, J.P., Chas. Tildsley. Thos. Blencowe, Isaac : Allen, William Vance, G. J. Irvine, E.'and R. Moses, G. Berate, E. Hethcrington. S. Hayter, J. R. Miller, P. Murphy, W. Mcllenzte, K. Mullen, \v. Oarriek, T. Carrick, ccnr;, C. ICuhn, W. H. Rudge, L. E. Bill. J. R. Tindale, and C. Stubbing3. The chairman|rcad advertisement calling meeting and then caUed upon Capt. Walters for his report. Capt. Walters stated that he went to Sydney on Tuesday and ou the following day had interviewed incmbera of the Water and Sewerage Board on matters in connection with t...

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SMALL DEBTS COURT. Fredk. Kingham v. Daniel Chalker. jun. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 12 April 1892

SMALL DEBTS COURT. Fredlc. Kingham v. Daniel Chalkcr, jun. Thiu wao an notion to rccovor £1 11/, balanco said to be due on a dinner to tho Granvillo football team. Defendant, for whom Mr. Gain appeared, said he was only a member of the committee, and that it was the committee which Should havo been   sued. Au plaintiff did not appear, the bench dis-   missd the case, and allowed defendant 21 /- costs, At a meeting of the associated banks held at Sydney on Friday it waa decided to redueo the rate ot interest on fixed deposits by one-half per cent,

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Mittagong Police Court. MONDAY, APRIL 11TH. (Before Messrs. F. R. Wilshire, P.M., and H. Childs, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 12 April 1892

Mittagong Police Court. Monday, April 11th   (Before Messrs. F. R. Wilshire, P.M., and H.   Childs, J.P.)   William Gleeson, a labourer, was charged with having been drunk on Saturday night, aud was fined 10/- or 48 hours. He took the alternative.   Thomas Troy pleaded guilty to a charge of cruelly ill-treatiug a horse and was fined 2/6 and 6/8 costs.   Hy. Rush pleaded guilty to having worked a horse which was suffering from a sore-back, and was fined 1/- and 4/10 costs. Edwin Rush, brother of the last defendant, was also charged with cruelty to a horse, but the case was dismissed.

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Bowral Police Court. SATURDAY, APRIL 9TH. (Before Messrs. Campbell and Foord, Js.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 15 April 1892

„ . BowrnI IPolico (Court. ? i SAtntibiY, :Aprii, 9th. '? . i '(Bofora Messra. Oampboll and Foord. Js.P.) Philip ICeau was charged with hovinR attempted to commit euicido on Monday, 4th . inst. .Aoousod plonded guilty nnd wao eon tencod .to 21 days imprisonment in Darling hurst gaol. Monday, Armi Utit. - ' * ' -Henr.v Monk was charged with druuken , nesa in a publio thoroughfare and fined £1. George Coles for n similar offence was fined 2/6.

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Select Poetry. THE VERY LATEST SINECURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 15 April 1892

Sclcct i'octry. THE VERY LATK3T SINECURK. Tho Eopnrtmont of A;»rioulluro linn np poiatod an Iuspcctor of Agricultural Shown ?? ' at ' a onlaiy of 10o a dny and travoliing oiponsoa. Pm nn Inspector of Apricultural Shows 1 What my duties are, God only knows ! But ten hob a day io a very gnml pny For an Inspector of Agricultural Shows. *10 iuuf{ uu uiu juuuuy i:j D[jcnt Tlio Department that I rcprcccnt Can honestly cay they aro making it pay, And of course that io all thai is meant. You bot I will travel iu style And feed on the best all the while, For even an acs would travel lirst class When expenses aro paid by tho mile. I'm un Inspector of Agricultural Shows 1 Got to examine each product that gioivs — Tho bulla and tlio coivs, tho boars and tho sows, And pick up what knowledgo I knows, I'vo got to writo a report that is truo To show I am earning iny screw, But between you and tile I fear it will bo A vory difficult duty to do. At the banquet I'll blather and blow, Aud toll theni wh...

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 15 April 1892

CHURCH OF EITGLAITD Sutton Forest. — 1st and 3rd Sundays in tho month nt 3 p.m. ; 2nd and 4th Sundays in the month at II a.m. aud Holy Communion ; 5th Sunday at 3 p.m. Moss Vale.— 1st and 3rd Sundays in the month at 11 a.m. aiid Holy Communion ; every Sunday at 7.30 p.m.' Bcsdas'Oox, — 2nd and 4th Sundays in the month at 3 p.m. ; 5th Sundays in tho month nt 11 n.m.'and Holy Communion. ICxktkk — Wednesday (on or before full inoon) 7.30, Hollythorpe (Cross Roads — Thursday (on or be fore full moon) 7.30 p.m..: — Rev. A. G. Stoddart; Bong. Bong (Christ Church) — Divine Service every Sunday morning at 11 a.m.; Mount Asliby (St. Thomas)— Kvery Sunday at 3p,m. ; Yarrunga —Second Sunday i i every month at 3 p.m. All seat3 arc free. — W. A. Looah, B.A. Holy Trinity, Berrima. ...Dirslsic, every Sunday at 11 ; second and fourth Sunday's in tho month at 7. ... Kev. G. Sheppard, B.A. - - -j Cr sa Roads, firat and third Sunday at 7. I Sl.'gh ftange, second Sunday at 3. - Bolanglo, fourth. Sunday...

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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 13. (Before F. R. Wilshire, P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 15 April 1892

Wednesday, April 13. (Before F. El Wilshire, P.M.) Henry Nye. carter, of East street, was aumir.oned by tho Inspector of Nuisances tor having allowed a norse to stray in North-st. on the 21st ultimo. Fined 5s. and 6/6 costs of court. Isaac Fordham, of the Berrima road, .Moss Vale, was summoned for permitting two cows to stray in Lackey-at. on the 26th of last month, aud was fined 10a. and 6/6 costs. Mr. Fred Draper, Commercial hotel, Mittagong, applied for a booth and stand licenso in conncction with the Mittagong Jockoy Club races on Faater Monday.— Granted.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 15 April 1892

L ' r^, ? ' TSal^tlllil ,«iiii!|L ?te' jiyn^1 ^HiiRlfl| GBde5@®e]-& ©©as ©©□([-) GIJGRQG 'ioowcryceoro. lO CtN ©I '-':50'-SC[-1 Euorifulaoro GDH UOGCiR C30 Jtalctt TTvjSoJ lo fcolCor [mot: a op mt:cj totter. ' ^CEOTEnWOnB. ? 0^^^™ Tivlat ? Eundl iFlewb CHAMPION— Aromatic At tho Control Criminal Court on Tuesday William Joneo Smith, manager of tho Mor canlilo Lonn and Guar, mtoo Company, who wno conviclod of fmudulont oonnpirnoy last woe!: wno Gontoncod to threo nnd a-hnlf yearn' imprisonmqnt with hard labor. Goo. Alfred Buck wao oontoncod to two and n-half yonra with hard lubor. Owing to tho continuod withdrawals of doposito tho Tasmanian Uuilding Society' Hobnrt, hao nuspendod payment. Sir Mncdonnld Frasor, IC.C.M.G., has accoptod tho appointment of Agont-Goneral for Wos!orn Austialia. Tho diaputo botwoon tho Englioli cotton opinnoro and thoir maotoro hao boon referred to arbitration. Tho ndvanoo in tho prico of wool has been fully maintained. Tho ndvnnco ia tho prico of wo...

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WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 15 April 1892

.' T7E3LEYAH. ; ., Bowral U— Mr. Richards; 7.30— Rev. CCVtiOr, Mittagong 11— Rev. Cornet ; 7,30— Mr. 'Moss Valo 3— Rov.. Corner. ? ^ ' '? Robertson 2.30 Rev. J. Cohvcll; ' ? Kangaloou 11— Mr. Richards ; 7.30— Rev.' J. Col Woll. : -. '?'/ Wilds Meadow— Rev. J. Colwell, ? I Woodlands 7-30— Mr. Walsh.

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Southern Rifle Association. COUNCIL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 15 April 1892

SBafcDcm OuQg AcsBcfciMon. COUNCIL MEETING. Tho quarterly meeting of the Council of tbo Southern Riflo Association v/ao held ot tho Muni cipal Council Chambers. Moss Vale, on Wednesday evening last. Mr. J. R. Scro^gio occupied the chair, and thero wero also present— Capt. Napier, Slceiro. O. Taylor, H. Limbcrt, F, Wotton, end G. Gicsing (secretary). The Treasurer's report allowing an overdraft of £300 v/a3, on tho motion of Mr. Taylor, seconded by Capt. Napier, adopted The question of re-opening tlio case against sec retary XlcCallum of tho St Leonards R It Co, who was disqualified for tampering with tho scores at tlio rccent meeting, came up for consideration, and it was decided on tho motion of Mr Lambert not to re-open the case, tho St Leonards R R Corps to bo advised accordingly It was resolved that Messrs H C Rose and D Clifford be ashed to audit tho accounts of tho Association A ballot was taken for tlio retiring members ac cording to tho rules, when tho following wcro selecte...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 15 April 1892

Certainly the beat medicino known ia SANDER and SONS' EUCALYPTI EXTRACT. Test ita eminently powerful cficctn in eoughn, ccldp, in fluenza ; the relief io inotintonous. In serious 0O3C3 and accidents of all kinds, be they wounds burns, Ecaldings, bruises, sprains it is the pa feat remedy — no swelling — no inflammation. Litr cuprioing effects produced in croup, diphtheria, bronchitio, inflammation of the lungs, swellings, &cP| diarrhoea, dysentry, diseases of the kidnoyn and urinary organs. In use nt hospitals aud clinics all over tho world ; patronised by f]in Majesty tho King of Italy ; crowned with medal and diplomatic Internaitonal Exhibition, Amsterdam. Trust to on approved articlo and rcjcct all others. PnoToaRArny. — Mr. Sibert, tho well-known, photographer, whoso reputation for over thirty years has established liun a favorite, io now at Bowral, where he has erected, nt great expense, n otudio, which will enable him to turn out work superior to anything in the distric...

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Chudleigh H. Gorrick, Esq. 24 BOLTON STREET, NEWCASTLE, N.S.W. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 15 April 1892

(DtoiHillleiglii nn. (Sorriclc. Esn.. 24 Bolton Street, Newcastle, N.S.W. Writes ' I think it my duty to add my testimony to tho efficncy of Clements Tonic. I go in for pigeon Bhooting vory oxtonsivoly, nnd I find Clements Tonio a wonderful in vigoi-ator of tho system, ntvongthening nnd otoadying tho norvoa andjeyoaight, nndattri bnto much of my succoas nt tho trans to tho usoof this romedy, and advise my confreres to uso it. Samuel Kirby was sentoncod on Tuesany to two yonra' imprisonment upon tho con viction obtained ngainot liiru laat woek of having maliciously wounded hia mother. The now irrigation works on tho Murrny j belonging to tho Coluuna Irrigation and j Water Supply, command 150 square miles of country, or 300 oolections. The machinery was startod a fow wooksngo and is working oplondidly. Tho Von: Archdoacon Pownall hao boon appointed Dean of Goulburn. Tho Union Bank of Australia believes tha^ tho now Sydnoy municipal loan of a quarter of a million will be ouccessful,. M...

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Marulan Agricultural Show. SEVENTH ANNUAL SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 15 April 1892

nnraHna Act'lOTfltoira!! !j[i©v. SEVENTH ANNUAL CHOW, Tho annual show of tho abo-.o wa:i h.'.J, oa ' Tuesday last. Tho weather was line, but a very cold v:c3torly wind prevailed, which mado it rorac v.'lut unpleasant for tho 500 or 000 persona in attendance. Tlio visitors rolled up in great force, particularly fromGoulburn, Moss Valo, JJowral and Wingcllo. Special train accommodation had been provided for tho visitors on tho Goulburn sido, but through blundering or ncplcct on tho part of somo body tho visitors and exhibitors from this district .were kept waiting, in tho biting cold, until nearly midnight before thev rmild rr^f. Tho arrangements on tho ground was ns completo oa the accommodation at tho disposal of the com mittee would permit. Mr. J. Carter of tho Royal had tho publican's booth, and also provided a first class luncheon Tho Moss Valo band (under tho leadership of Mr. -W; Wade) discoursed sweet music at intervals during the day. The committee deserve credit for dispensi...

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Bundancon. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 15 April 1892

DaiM3nEic®iiiv ' ' /'From Our Corrt\-:))n-u7rn£. - The Bundanoon Mutual Improvement and De bating Clasa held one of their moat cueceaaful meet* iotfa on Monday evening la3t. The nubject given was a mock trial— Hrcach of Promise case — with damages cnaessed at £5000, with the following cost of charactera-r-Chief justice, 15. J. Mordon ; associ ate, J. Sho.rcr ; counsel for plaintiff, J. NVatta ; counsel for defendant, H, Stafford. F. A. Nicholas took the part of plaintiff, being dreosed as a young lady, and tho rcmacln passed v/ere — Ia it a young iuu y or noi/ ; uviacnciy snowing tnat tno get»up was good. Mfs J. Camera ouotaiucd the part ot defen dant with good effect, being dreaaed as a banker's clerk, of pmall moana but large expenditure. The counsel brought forward thoir' witnesses in right good otylo and their cro^-e::amination would have pleased any,lawyer. .The jury brought in a verdict of £2000 damagea. Tho room was well filled, thare being over a hundred persons Drcscnt, All...

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The Bishopric of Goulburn. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 15 April 1892

Tlio ®isIioi-rIc oJ (Qoulburn. IUndor tho abovo bonding n lottor appoarod in tho 3. If. Herald a fow dayo ago no follown : — ' Sir, — It goca without oaying that tho Goulburn Synod ia compntonc to trnnanct ito own buainoaa — noverllielono tho quo3tion, 'Who in to bo tlio noxt Bishop of Goulburn?' onaily and quickly introduce) na to thnt Inrgor r.nd mont intcvoutingqueotion, ' Who ohould bo appointed to our colonial Soo3 ?' Should wo invnriablv go to Enclnnd, thnt io to Osford or Cnmbridgo for thoso appoint monto ? I oubmit that thoro ohould bo no fined rule. Tho training at 0::ford nnd Cnmbridgo givoa mngnificont roaulta ; but thin ia duo not only to f lio training but to tho fact thnt in tho groat numbor who go to the English univoraitipo thoro are, nnturnlly, n a number of mon with great ability, without whioh tho training would not give tho results. Similarly, tboro aro mon of groat ability 'jrho havo novor gono to n univoraity, and wo have brilliant instances amoncr '13 of accom...

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Presbyterian Church, Moss Vale. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 15 April 1892

Presbvterlan ^Clmirali, ' SUoss Vale. I annual meeting. ' Tho annual gathering of the congregation ot the Presbyterian Church, Moss Valo, look place on Wednesday ovening last, Unfortunately tho weather wc'3 exceedingly cold and showery, and this mitigated againat the attendance. Tho pro ceedings commenced with n tea. meeting in tho chnrcb at G o'clock, for which Mr. Ager catered. Tlio tables were presided over by Mrs. Bousficld, the Misses Bouotiidd, and Mrs. Adam*. Soino tasteful decorations bad been carried ont by Mrs. Kouafield aud her daughters, giving tho building a pleasing uppsarance. After tea tho annual meeting wao hold, the Kev. Boswell Berry, M. A. presiding. _ ' Tho chairman presented tlio cession report, which Btatod that nt the beginning of last-year tho number of members on tho roll throughout tho cliargo was 81. Since then there had been sixteen additions to the church, partly received from other churches, and partly of tlioso who bad for the first, time taken their ...

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