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ROBERTSON. AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 19 January 1892
ROBERTS OK ! AGRICULTURAL SOCIETV. I The monthly mcctini? of the above wns held in tho I School of Arta on Thurcdny, there bci»« present— - Mcnsro. T. Scery (president), T5. It, \\ i!lhm3, h. , McKvilly, J. Stono, R. Mo?cs, J. T. Ilayter, K. Mose3, W. Graham, W. White, J. Curtia, W. Brciuiiiitf, W. Noble, J. W. Timma, W. Vrtudcn* bergl), W. R. Hindmarnh, W. Brooker, M, Brookcr, T. Jones, and R. G. Ferguson (hon. sec.) No correspondence was received. Mr. Ferguson moved ' That tho aniondment paaaed at last meeting dealing with the judge's !un» oneon uc resciuden, ami lmvo it earrieu out sinnuir ; to previous years.' Seconded by Mr. Stono and | carricd. Mr. White moved 'That the srcrctaiy bo tho only person empowered to distribute tickcls for judgo'o luuehcon.' Seconded by Mr. Noble. i\ir. ivicttviiiy moved as an amendment l lint one otcwnrd in each section receive tickets for the number of stowardo and judges in his class.' Se conded by Mr. E. Moacs. On being put to tho meeting the am...
BUNDANOON. ROAD TO TUB BUNDANOON GULLIES: [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 19 January 1892
BU.NDANOON. ( From our Correspondent J, Road to the Bundanoon Gullies: This burning question is again to tho front, and appears as far off solution as ever. Tlio Works Department has bceu badgered and humbugged in such a manner, that they must find it a knotty problem altogether, A special meeting of tho Pro gress Committeo was called tho other evening, and it was decided to draw up a petition, asking the Department to cut a fow foot oft tho hill oil tho present road. Needless to say the petition has not been favorably received by the residents ; and no wonder !— considering that all tho Government surveyors havo reported against any turther expenditure on tho hill in question, and this petition would only be rejected and cause unnecessary delay. I mentioned in a provious letter that a petition asking tho Government to go on wit h a route that nearly all the residents were agreeable to, was drawn up ; but owing to tlio egotistical deportment of a certain individual the petition was ...
"EXCEPT A FEW YELLOW BACKS, ALL IN FAIR CONDITION." [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 19 January 1892
' EXCEPT A PEW YELLOW BACKS, ALL IN FAIR CONDITION.' Jn thia torso and eloquent oontouco Mr. John Yiles, secretary to tho Mono Valo School of Arte, uncaneciowly hito off ono o£ tho ? cfcief faults rf tho roading public. It ia tho tple told of ovory library in tho land, — a rush for the 'yellow backs,' Light literature accounts for a good deal of tho lightheaded ness of the rising gouoration. If thoy could only bo persuaded to road that which will be usoful to them in after lifo thoro would bo Jess complaining ovorywhoro of inability to get work. Thoro aro too many Gcioliota nnd emattorora in tho world. It would bo absurd to condemn all novol-roading no perniciouo ; on the other hand it mny bo distinctly bene ficial. A novol with a purpoao may bo a very serviceable book, and among tho busy men of the world Mr. Gladotono will find timo to read it, and to publish hio opinion in the magazines. Scott, DickoDB, Thackoray, Bulwor Lytton, Kingaloy, and a fow othora, mny bo read with much pr...
MOSS VALE SCHOOL OF ARTS. ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 19 January 1892
MOSS FAZE SCHOOL OF ARTS. r»i .ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING. i ^ rTJi e Annual general meeting of mcmbern of the : Mom Valo .School of Arto was held nt tho Town Hall on Thursday evening kst. Thoro was a fair attendance, though no ladica v.'ern present. Tho president of tho institution (Mr. N. H. Throaby) occupied tho chair. bkcretasiy's hi; port. r^!10 8ccrctary (^r* Vilca) presented the report w tho committeo of management for tho yenr endinz ^wwv...«v. uioi,, iwji, anu uumui?r ot nncmcinl 1^ . mcmbcra on the l-ook& -of tTio inotitutbn on tho lot . Januaty, 1891, \7no no followo Mcmbcra at* 5/« per quarter, 40 ; ladies, 21 ; youthn under 18 years, 8 ; total, 75. Tlio number of members who had . joined the institution during tho yc.-.r was— members at 5/- per quarter, 26 ; ladies, 10 ; youthi undor 18 years, 6 ; total 42. Forty-nine mcmbcra havo resigned during tho year, namoly 25 nt 5/. per quarter; ladies, 1G; and 8 youths under 18. There aro 08 memboro at tho present time, show...
LOCAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 19 January 1892
LOCAL ITEMS . I Mfiaa Valo ig crowded with viflomon from | ail partB of tho colony. i In tho report of RobcrtBon School Arto, which appeared iu Friday'o isaue, two erroro occur in the balancc'fihcct. The procccdn from Dramatic Club wcro £10 3/3, not £20 no ntated ; and the intcrcat on thi! overdraft should have l)Cen £0 10/2. A man nnmcd Thomaa Briny, who wa3 recently nrre^tod nt Yfirrnurr.i for wife doncrtlnn. wnn brought before George Tiito, Esq., J.L\, at tho Mo.en Vrlo polico court, on Friday lint. On application bo wan remanded to Sydney, where hio wifo rcuidon, to bo dealt with. Tho Bircctor of Agriculture (Mr. II. C. L. Anderson) hna forwardod to no a copy of the report of the Fruitgrowers confercncc hoh\ in Sydney hiBt year. The report in ita collated form ia chiefly valuable bccauae of the appcndicea which give much reliablo information ao to the fruit growing cnpicitie-j of vnrioua part3 of tho colony represented at tho conference. Here we find tho imtncH, proper and local...
BONG BONG PICNIC RACES [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 19 January 1892
Bong Bono Picnic Races Entries for the Bong Bone Picnic races, which take place on . Thursday and Friday, closed on Monday, Jauuaiyllth, the following beini; the nominations First. Day : TRIAL STAKES. St. lb Mr. F. H. Throsby's Bamboo ? 11 0 J. W, Johnson's Frithiof ... 11 O M. Hillas' Bonnie Lad ... ... 11 0 A.G.Lamb's Mango ...' ... 11 0 C. C. Stephen's Pro-Consul ... 11 0 J. Cunningham's Oberon ... ... 11 0 Dr. Barcofi's Watchlight ? 11 0 Mr. R. C. Allen's Zouave ... ... 10 11 ,, ,, „ Lady Helen ? 9 13 J. H. Hume's Rccluse ? 9 13 hack race. ! Messrs. H. & 15. A. Morrice's Exeter ... 10 0 Mr. L. A. Lamb's logo ? ... 10 0 G. M. Long limes' Mi-Mi ? 10 0 C. C. Stephen's Pro-Consul ... 10 0 J; Cunningham's Morna ? 10' 0 . A. G. De Laarct's Yarrogimmy ... 10 0 BONO BONG CUP. Mr. M. Hillas' Bonnie Lad ? 11 1 A. G. Lamb's Mango ? 11 1 A. C. Gibson's Zero ... ... 11 1 Dr. Bavcroft's Watchlight ? ' 11 1 Mr. J. Cunningham's Oberon... .. 11 0 : R. C. Allen's Zouave ... ... 10 11 „ ,,...
LAWS TENNIS TOURNAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 19 January 1892
LAWN TENNIS TQUItNAHENT. ' I 1 Tlxo abovo tournament was continued at Moss Valo on Saturday, and notwithstand ing tho threatening aspect of tho weather thoro .wno a good nttondanco of opootatore. Appondod aro tho results : — Ladies Singles.— Final: Miss Tango (i— 15) boat Mioa D. Nicholson (scratch) 0 3, G-4. All comeus Sinqles.— N. Kator (scratch) boat H. JCator (i*15) 8 6, 1-6, 6-4. H. D, Frooman (30) boat Pr. Smyth (15) 6-3, f- 4. H. Oaborno (4*16) boat F. Osborno.(-J-IO) G-I, 6-1. E. B. Johnson (£-15) boat (J, Wynno (scratch) 6-1, 6-1. H. Z. Throsby (^?-15) beat O. Z . ThroBby (J-15) 6-4, 6-2. Second Bound ; H. B. Freeman (30) beat H, Oaborne (^*15) 6-2 6-0, |
THE TURF. TIRANNA PICNIC RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 19 January 1892
THE TURF. ' r ^ TIRANNA l'lONIO RACES. The annual meoting of thoTiranna Picnio Race Club was held on Thursday and Fri day last. The attondnnco on the first day whs small, hutontho socoml day was much improvod. Amongst tlio officials the names of Messrs. P. H. T.irosby and F. D. Badgery (Lako Bathurst) nppoar ns s:owards, nnd Mr. A. B. [Young no n handienppor. Mr. R. E. Zouch, tho secretary was prevented from boing present by recent family be reavement, but tho duties ot tho office were woll performed by Mr. A. de Lauret. The folio-wing are the resultB of tho various events Trial Stakes, Mr, E. C. Allen's bg Zouave, 4yra, lOat 1 lib .. 1 H. Chisholin's bg Milton, 5yrs, list ... 2 J. Hume's clim Keel use, 3yrs, 8at 131b ... 3 Lames' Bracelet. Miss Triokott'a (n.'a. ) cli g Mango, aged, lOst 131b 1 Osborne's (n s) I) m Sara, 3yr«, lOst lib ... 2 Mrs. C. Hume's (n.s.) blk g Otliello, aged, lOat 131ba ? ... ... 3 Tirbasna Cur. Messrs. Hillas. ami Pearce'a br g Bonnie La'l, 5yrs, list lib...
MITTAGONG POLICE COURT. MONDAY, 18TH JANUARY. (Before Messrs F. R. Wilshire, P.M., and A. Girard, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 19 January 1892
H1TTAGOXG POLICE COUlll. I Monday, 18xii Janitahy, j (Before Mcssrc F- U. Wilohire, P.M., nnd A. J Girard, J.P.) Municipality of Mittagong v. John Hildcr. 1 To rccovcr £4 0/1, for kcrbing opposite defend ant's hotel, Mit:agong. Mr. Gale for pluintitl', and Mr. Latchford for de fendant. Tlio Bench gave a verdict for £3 3/11, £1 wit nesses expenses, and 5s. court costs, and non-suited tho plaintiff as to tho balance £1 2/2. G. W. Austin v. William Archer. To recover £3 for biro of horse and horso feed. Mr. Gale, for defendant, raised tho plea of infancy and plaintiff wus nonsuited,
BOWRAL POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, 15TH JANUARY. (Before Messrs. F. R. Wilshire, P.M., J. J. Campbell and T. Dawson, J's.P.) ASSAULT. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 19 January 1892
BOWRAL POLICE COURT, Fkiday, 15th Jaxitahy. (Before Messrs. I1. R. Wilshirc, P.M., J, J. Campbell and T. Diwaon, J'o.P.) ASSAULT. Walter E. Nowey, a respcctahlo looking youth, agod 18 years, was charged on bail with having as saulted ono Elizabeth McC.rno, at Bowral, on tho j 0th Jan. in8t., with intent to commit a rape. Senior-Sergeant Fowler prosecuted and Mr.C. C. Gale nppearo I for the accuocd who pleaded not guilty. | . The proscutrix related the facts of the case, and John McCann, her husband, and James Cofiecwcrc called in uuppoit of tho charge. In cross-examination it wan shown that Mrs. McCann md tho witnesses called for the prosecu tion wcro more or lcs3 the worse for dihik at the time the assault was alleged to have been com mitted. Ccifeo admitted, to use his own expression, that he had plenty of booze in him. Mr. Galo at this stage contended that the evi dence did not disclose more than a common assault 1 and that tho charge should be so reduced. Tho Bench reduced tho e...
THE GOULBURN CATHEDRAL DISPUTE. A PEACEABLE SETTLEMENT ARRIVED AT. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 19 January 1892
THE GOULBURN CATHEDBAL DISPUTE. ? A PEACEABLE SKTTLBMKNT ARRIVED AfC. Tlio pront cntliodrnl disjiuto which lins boon tho burning question for ycam lius now boon pructicnlly ncttlo.'l in n poncoublomnnnor A mooting 'w'tia helii tliia nftornoon botweon tbo Bialiop, tlio Roy. A. T. Pudtlicombp, mid ' n fo\v othoi-Q, probably tbn rooult of tlio good sorviot-a mid roprosoutations ot tlio Kov. Q. C. Grubl), who hna boon conducting!! missiou in the cathcdrnl. Mr. Futldicomlio has hnd his liconso httudvd to h:m. and thoro is to bn ???:. ono ordinary and ono choral sorvico in ttio cathodral on Sunday. It is tmdorstood 'that boforo Jin in ia- written ? to tho nintior Mr. Puddicomlio will consult liis congrogation at' ' : a mooting to bo hold in tlio schoolroom,- but this ia raoro as n nia'tor of form than (v.-vftat ciroumatnuco, ao it is btliovod from what - fur has loakod out that all points in tho r puto lmvo boon practically sottlod. In oi4 ?: / his opening oorvieos Mr. Grubb ulludeo tbo d...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 19 January 1892
Rb Md 0 R A M H iij AtrCTION-EBR, WILDS MEADOW AND ROBERTSON, ARE Prepared to conduct Salos in any part of tho Diftrict. j«wai? -u. uacDuenen.^ -& Co.. ; Auctioneers ancl Property Agents, Valuators, &c., ' THE MART, BOWBAL. . ID. CLIFFORD, Auctioneer, House, Land, & Estate Agent SALES Conducted throughout the District. Agent for Fire, Life and Stock nsuranco Companies. ArgyBe Stfreetir M-h-bb Vale. ALFRED L. SMITH. (Lato HENRY L. SMITH,) COMMISSION A O E Nl, and J GENERAL PRODUCE MERCHANT, \ i COMMERCIAL STORES, 118 and US® Sussex-street. Syilwcy. . FOLEY BROTHERS, COMMISSION AGENTS and PRODUCE l MERCHANTS, IIS and 112 SUSSEX-STREET, ' SYDNEY. - ALL Consignments received under Personal Super Yision and Ready Sale at Highest Market Price Guaranteed. Account Sales rendered promptly, and special attention given to tho return of empty packages. A Trial Respectfully Solicited- } ' IPUJIB£[ill-D IiT©TII-DIB. \ H.. TAYLOR & SON HAVE opened a BRANCH OFFICE in...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 19 January 1892
. , , ? ? ;? ? ? - Special Advcrflsemcntfl. ' ' TKliiil*'' MOSS Y MjE, (Jplioktercr, Uronoli PolinliGr, Plolurc Cramer. C: c. A LARGE Stock of Furniture, Bedheads anil Bedding, Carpctr, Matting, Linoleum, Door Mats, &c., always on hand. Spring Roller nnd Venetian Blinds, made and fitted or repaired. COMMERCIAL BANKING COMPANY. | Head Ofi.CC : Gr.oitan Street, Sydney. j CAPITAL ? £600, 00Q RESERVE EHUD ? £060,000 Reserve fou Equalisation of Dividends ? £150,000 Money receive:! at Interest ami nil other usual Banking Business transacted, 15. HVERARD ROW, Manari'.r, IIOSO VALE BRANCH QUO NG TART & CO., CmniLIL A EI DD TTE3A. SMMDraS,, 137 King-street, 777 Gorge-street, (olosk to ; Railway Station), AND] SYDNEY and .ROYAL ARCADES. N.B. Rotiring Roomo for LADIES atour King and * Georgc-otrccts Establishments. Open from 7.30 n.m. till 0 p.m. daily. Saturdays 10. -15 p.m. Sundnys excepted. W, EL PALING & CO., * . - TT.-,T?'Pr7..' ^ Emabl^ed^ 1:;^ Solo Agento for PIA...
AN ESSAY ON MAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 19 January 1892
AS raSAY ON' MAS. Man tlmt is born &o., etc., is small potalocs and few in a hill. lie rises up to day and flourishes like a rngween, and to-morrow ov the next day the undertaker hath him. Ho goeth forth in tho morning .warbling like a lurk, and it evening talketli fight and is knocked out in one round and two seconds. In the midst of life he is in debc, and thu tax collector pursueth liiiu wherever he gooth. Tho banister of his life is full of splinters, and he slide'.li down it with considerable rapidity which causeth him great tribulation. Ho walketh forth in the broad sunlight tD absorb czoue, and meeteth the bank teller with a sight draft for £50. He conieth homo at eventide and meeteth tho wheelbarrow in his path. It riseth up and smiteth him strrigbtway to ti e earth, and falling oil liiin runneth . one of its legs into his ear. Id tho goutlo 3pring timo ho puttoth on his slimmer olothos, and a blizavd strikoth him far from home aud fillr' '/ji with enss words arid rh...
DEATH OF THE DUKE OF CLARENCE. PROFOUND GRIEF IN LONDON. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 19 January 1892
DEATH OF THE DUKE OF CLARENCE. PROFOUND GRIEF IN LONDON. London, Thursday. The Duko of Clarenco and Avondale died ut 9 o'clock this morning, aged 28. Par ticulars of tho doath show that the crisis occurred at daybreak. Tho city has been thrown into a state of profound griof by the doath of his Rival Hignoss. Tho Lord Mayor has convened a special meeting of tho City Corporation to day. Tho boll of St. Paul's Cathedral is Ijoiurr tolled at tho direc tion of tho Lord Mayor. Condolence with rogard to tho doath of tho Duko of Claronco havo hoon received from all parts of England and Europe. All ooeial ovonts havo beon cancelled, and tho London theatres are to be closed to-night, The funeral of tho late Duke of Clarence will take place at noon on Wednesday,
SOUTHERN RIFLE ASSOCIATION. SPECIAL PRIZE TROPHY. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 19 January 1892
SOUTHERN RIFLE ASSOCIATION SPECIAL PRIZE TROPHY. Messrs. laylor Bros, storekeepers, havo on view at their premises, Argyle-st, Moss Val«j, last week a handsoino morblc clock, which, through the efforts of Mr D Clifford (district agent), has been presented by tho National Mutnl Life Asaoc'ation for competition at the forthcoming prize-meeting of the Southern Rifle Associa tion, to be held at Moss Vale on tho 19th instant ami auccueuuig nays, J. no ClOCK is 01 oiaCK marble, with Carrara facings, and h?s one of the new dials with the numerals and certre in relief work. The movement is one of tho best procurable in France, and goes for 21 days, striking tin hours and half hours on a cathedral gong. The clock stands 2ft. high by lSin. wide, and has on the faeadc a silver plato bearing the following inscription: — 'Southern Rifle Association, Moos Vale, 1802 Spccial trophy, presented by tne National Mutual Life Association to the company whoso team makes tho highest aggregate score in tho...
DR. LANG PROTESTANT ALLIANCE LODGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 19 January 1892
BR. LANG PROTESTANT ALLIANCE I LODGE, Tho Dr. Lang Protestant Alliance Friendly Society hold its annual meeting in tho Oddfellow's Hall ou Wednesday, January 6th, there being 43 members present. W.M. Bro, Fletcher occupicd the chair and opened tlio' lodge in due form. After the formal business had been disposed of, one can* didatc was installed and three proposed for member ship. Tho sccrctary then read the quarterly balonco-flhcct, and return, also annual balance sheet which showed tlio lodge to be in a moat pros perous condition, lhe balanco-ahcet was ordered to be published. The election and installation of officers was then proceeded with ns follows: — W.M., Bro. F. J. Flctcher ; D.M., Bro. J. Drum mond ; Secretary, Bro. J. E. Adams ; Treasurer, Bro. R. Viles ; Chaplain, Bro. J. Lansdown ; Senior Elder, Bro. G. Taylor; Junior Elder, Bro. J. Pocock, ; I.G., Bro. A. Elliott ; Auditors, Bros. Travis and Jervis ; Grand Lodgo Representative, Bro. J. E. Adams. Tho officers wcro then d...