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Robertson. SCHOOL CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 19 April 1892

'? ? ' r* CtSasSson. *'* * SCHOOL cbsCEET. I _ cchcol ccnce.rt in connection with j t.e fcr the parpocs of raising fSnSS for the I pnaratrohph^k the School of Arts oa Wednea- i day evening laat. The weather proved cgsin j cnfavorable, heavy rain ce^in- in aboat 5 o'clock *v' _co— — aaag crtil G, which accounted for the rniail atteaaaaae. Ilaay of the performeio from a attar aa were enable to attend. Mr. Denni=, the : ?* 1 -7 a :: 7, 77::'.::: br Zlr Hcecey aadcthira, j — aiacrcertna. See anair chonlu be a cacaaar, and had the weather only proved favor -b.- t. ::r c_ cr_a weald have been crormed with racaerr. The hall waa beautifully daoorated with fe^a and^Cowerj that hid bran arranged with ?Mr. J. H. 'vTSJismsoccapied the chair, and called □pea TIcarra aledUeatt (violin) and Ccaptcn (piaro) to c-:n with an cvartare, which araa capitally rendered. Ilto IX. William- thaa can- ' We Better E:do Awee.' aad paeeeaiing a, very aweet voice tar aoag waa recdared with cccd eCcet. ' Yc:'::rda...

Publication Title: Scrutineer, The
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F. L. Barker & Co.'s Report. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 19 April 1892

P. Di. CjOTErav -Do.'a Keport. J Sheopskin3 : Quotations, best full-woollcd 4d to ?lid, t medium 3d to 3.?d, shorts 2d to2Jd.per lb. Hidca : Market easier ; prinio extra heavy weights 3d to 3^1 ; good heavies 2Sd to 2Jd, ordinary arid sloppy heavies 2id to 2^1, medium 2d to 2^d, host light weights 2,|d to 2j;d, ordinary 3Jd per lb. Bark : Market unelianged. Best Southern chopped from £7 G/G to £8 0/0, medium qualities £5 to £6 153., 'Superior £210s,. to 15s. nor tonl Hair,' Earns, aiid TSonsa : Horso hair 12{d to 13!;d ; cov/ hair. (washed) 7Jd to 8?.d, stumps 3Jd to 8Jd ; large horcs 22/6 to 25/0, medium 10a. to 153., small and tips Is. to 7/G per 100 ; shank bones £?! to £5. per ton ; lionfa £2, knuckles £4 to £5, common bones £3 10s. to £-i 3s. per ton j beeswax lOld per lb. ... Pig3 : Owing to tho Northern district boats being delayed through floods thoy all arrived in port with supplies for Tuesday's Dale causing a glut, and as heavy supplies were advised for Wednesday's sale, ...

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Roman Catholic Demonstration. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 19 April 1892

Soman Cafibolleji Demonstration I Thb annual' demon^ratiop 'in connection 1 with the ; Roman Catholic church whs held | at fhs Shsr/groand, 2l'cs3 Vale, 'on Iloadiy. The weather was fcsautifuljy .fine, not a cloud to bs ssan in the horizon, and aa a con sequence, together with the fact of an attractive programmo, the attendance waa considerably above the average seen at s'cb gathering?, thero being between four arid five hundred persons on grounds during tho afternoon. :ir. 3. Aland, c2 the Ctatrrl Ectelj Lloss. \ ale, haa a publican s nootn on the ground, aad did f.drly well. Tho refreshment stall was in the hands of tlr. Murray, who also supplied a first-class luncheon at a reasonable rate. Mr. John Lewis crcatcd considerable amaseaient with old 'Aunt-Sally,' he being attired in an Oriental cost'Jiue. The two principal events of the day'c programme wcro the Tug oi War contest and the Easter Handicap. The- forcer was won by the Moss Valo Bulgines. (captained by Dir. Jas. Cul'ca), c...

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Prizes for Poultry Farms. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 19 April 1892

. IPrlzcs f-Jr' Poultry Pnrnur. ' | Tho dwordo rocommondod by Mr, Albert 1 Galo, who waa appointed judgo of poultry farm-j entorod for tho National Prizo Com petition for 1891, havo boon duly oubmitiod to the Miniator for IJinoa aud' Agriculturo, ; and tho following havo boon authorised in accordanco with Mr. Galo'o racommou dationa Firat prizo, tho Bodalla Co., Bodalla ; 2nd prizo to bo dividod botwoon E P. Cappor nnd Sono, Woot Maitland, nnd Ambroao Halloa, Toongabbio ; highly commondod, H. T. Douglas, SmithGold ; commondod, T. Hall, FnirQold1 In connec- 1 tion with thio annual competition it may bo 1 intoro3ting to noto that l&otyoarMr. Hallon, who io Wind, obtained a covliQcato of com mendation. Tho fact of his now dividing the cocondjprizo in a competition with ouoh well known poultry broodora ia a oplondid illuetration of what can bo acoompliahod by poraovornnco, oven in tho faco of ouch a aorioua dioability aa total blindnea3.

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SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 19 April 1892

&ujfjnAii!Liv ? ' At ttto London wool oaha pricoo continue firm. ' On. Thurodny cJtcrnoon . r, - man namod Goorgo Auguotuo Knno -woo run ovor by a . train ncsi- tho Lcr.'islir.na' c'.r.tron r.nd lullad ^ instantly. In tho CluoonclQutl Ls^idtstivo Aocombly Sir Samuol GriStii lar.a iairotlucsti a bill to nuthorico tho coir ;i'uc:ion of irJlucya by joint ctof!: cori-!r.?.ic3 ana tuo Ir.uu jjcant ? t'-.o 'j : ' ; ' ? 'v.v.itca an app' ic.iiion mi\(. .? .? 'M. I Lylo to hove. Dooming o::r.i_iiuc(l by n tacCicd man, \ritT:. r. viov.T oi' I'.ia cr.uity. ThoOabi .aU, L:v. : {r-v.,o.~»C tho condition- thr.San otipoii; o?. „.. '. '' ? - i:.iould -be procontat tho c'.r.-iu:.i:o:i. Tho oontval comiiiittco of- tho Labour Elpotoral Loaguo hno pr.ssod c motion ox proooinjj tho opinion thr.t tho mombors of tho labour patty tiavo . oho-vn by their apathotio notion in connection with tho abandonment by tho Government oi ito pro mised opocial ooosion to doal v;ith olootoral T.oform, that thoy....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 19 April 1892

Ulte Jkraimm*. ' ; . ' SEEIIG: Sbbscmftion 2/0 psr quarter prepaid; 3/- if booked ; charged onlj from tho tirao of commcnoinR. Quavtcro cud March 3U Juno SO, Scptomher 30, Becembor 31, at which pcricclo only can nubocriborn deolino by C'vinC a \7c=I;'a notice m writing direct to tho 0(JC3— not through c. local collector— and payiti£5 to tho then runninrj quarter. ADVBiOTSnnENTS — ot lc^a than^ one inch, ]/? for the firot two lines and 3d. per line after ; longor advertisements, 3/- for the firot inch and 1/6 for evtery onb:;qucnt inch. A- Ub=ral reduction mado for otanding advcrtioemcnta. _ Adverticcncnta o births, mamaijco, and dcatha.if cent by poat, must bo authenticated by tho cisnaturo of como person knonn at the oCico, or ihoy -tvill not be inserted. Advertioemento will bo received up to 6 p.m. on day of publication. Tho number of innertiono ohould be written on tho facc, or the advertice monto will bo continued till countermanded. Ordora for withdrawJng, altering, or changing...

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ECHOES. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 19 April 1892

. E©n3-n-BSo (By Kakoamok.) llewwe are again ! — aa tho bad shilling said whou it'once more salutes ita companions on the inside of the publican'o till. Well ? ??:. bete T:am ngaia, or nil that in left of mo. Pterhnps it will bo remembered tlir.t I v.- rot.' .????pretty plain about the stylo ncd beauty of the girls- of Knngaloon, Koberinon, nnd Hurra wang. I intended to [rive my opinion -i/5 rota, but die cnv. it. Elr.;. K. vou Irnr.w is a vigorous v/oaian, and v.Mi the exception of a sliclit Dtifn:_-3 in my left shoulder joint and a faint rr.5nijo\/ tin^'c round my ri^lit 1 'peeper/' lam cu.-iiii^ on aa v.-cll aa can ba expeted under Uiecr.vn.i.tancM. Ofcaurro ? - Iexpect nil the cv.-et; hi. tic «ngols in the dis. trict will be shosreiji)^' in little proionts when they know that it v.aj thiou'jh praising and admiring them I brought cucb evil on tnycelf For fear they might raa!ie r.ny nnct;d:e in the addresn let them c:nd them on 10 the Bov/ral ?, Hospital. Old linen tor bandies, or...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 19 April 1892

Special Alferttoftnfa. . H. RICHARDSON. MOSS V A.LE, Upholsterer, French Polirier, Piclsre , Frtuaer- Ac. ALAKOB Stock of Fa nutans, Eeditods and Sodding, Carpet* M-atting, linoleum, Door »'Y *o„ alireji oa bud. Spring Roller and Yaaatiaa Blinds, marts mod fitted or repaired. COMMERCIAL BANKING COMPANY. ox* firsdsBzamz'. IbMMtsftrf 1S3 1. Incorporated 1843. Head OSes : Otosaz Steeet, Sydkey. CAPITAL ... ? £800,000 KB8KRVE FUHD ? £670,000 XttAri m Eqcausatios of DmnciM ? £150.000 Uoaey raorirri at Interest sad all other osoal Bosom bgl^^ABD ROVri ? Manages, - , M088 YALE BRASCH. W, H. PALING & CO.. ? ? lw*wqpiw- 185?. ??? m. ^MtMKOD) |S33. ^ ^ -SoIaAgMits for PIAK03 fcy Strlnway and Sena, - ? Jnfiaa Faorieh, Ceb*l tli I/ec-.!;:t?r, Carl .- Bete, The Ttrfcr. Tha VicV.ir.;; ; z-.-l f.;r jrond-reooTrced t,5TZ7x OHGAITS and Booscy'o Brans Band ? ? '' 177 ' .7: 77 :7!7. Wnireraal Providers cf FI_i;rGrO?,T~.'-, Gr.GA'£. Mtrsia ond MUSICAL IITSTItUMH;, iS c: Broy BesitKn. TIAK03 Br ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 19 April 1892

PuoxoGRArnw— Mr. Sibert, tho well-known photographer, v.-hoso reputation for', over thirty years has established him a favorite, io now at Bowral, .whero he ,ha3 erected, at great expense, :a Btudio, which will enable him to turn out' work superior- to anything in the district. Everybody is invited to his ntudio to judgo fur them selves. Satiufactiqn guaranteed. Photos taken by instantaneous procoa's. ' AH 'work bcriiitifully enamelled, and ? thereby provented from fading. Sydney pi-ices. No photographer .named John Small, Henry Hay, or William Jaoksoin ip in my employ, or in any way oonneotcd yiHlY niy firm. £10 reward will bo_ paid' for lufrf.ijijt'^ji of any photographer . obtaining money oln.Yioykiri my liaiiieV iiot'Iegally authorised. . Prmted'|orni M receipt can at onco feitiofy you'.— C; Al. 'Silj'ort, photoj, raphor, Moea Vale, Head-quartero; Bowral. -Advt.

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Complaint against Read Trustees. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 19 April 1892

CompIhiEt ngaimst Eoail ITrastees.' The following correspondence has takon place in reference SO tho road from Cunning ham'a— Shoalhaven road via Yarranga Publio cchool — to intoraection ' of Wild'o Meadow and Codas- Mountain roada : — Hambledon Hill, Avoea, via Bnrrawanjj, January 2'2nd, 1892. — To'ti'ehon. the'Minister for Works. — Sir, — I .respectfully wish .to bring under your notieo the manner in which thcsums.of money voted, mu various grant3 oi money maao irom time to time ior the purpose o{ kcepinp tho road connecting tho M033 Valc-Shoalhaven road at Cunningham's vritli ;he Mos3 Vale-Wild'o Meadow roadat Bath's corner, is spent. No matter what tho amount, of the sum voted or-the grant may havo been,- it has all been expended hetv.'eccn Enth'a ? corn^rinnd i.Ir. - Hart's gate, to the utter and entire neglect of the remain ing portion lying between Cunningham's corner and gate j'nst mentioncci. In contrast with this one-sided expenditure, and which I would note iu passing, ha...

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Mittagong Jockey Club Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 19 April 1892

Blittasqaa- c!Icc!!iey-;,-D.ltib. Heetinff. Tho' tlit'fa jjong Sockiaj^ GloS faelda'Hco rneotiG^ ca fester L?Qadayci-fei7piil(ia from the- town. ' .rho following ar'sLthBirooulta , rLn:rc uANjMfApf,7. - -.- Of 5 sovs Cad h=rt; £1.; -j ^ VmUe.1 ! 5: ^Tdp'o Pct:r, Sit., I ; Marcus, fetiaib. 2. b^h, throng C§4jvJ0?L the'. ^aK6 i'o ? JOOitEI- cum rtASDICAr., Of Scova., 2nd iiorca S2 ; li mileiV ' ' ' K X. : - ? C'.!:. 7,7:11 3 .Vr;7*:i, 7et olb- 3. ' r ' laws s ixildaic polled op' very lame'.'' . ? ir.m,. cTAiirs. ?-?-???' ?***' Of 5 cow., 2nd horse il'; i mile.' ' ' C. L. Nfchafcoa'c-. Firefly, .9;t„ 1 ? Kd»k»i'Wi» Cat, 2 ; Kcich'a W oaier, Gat,' 3; - ? ji ' '? Eva» . ' PtTEUCAS's.PTOSE, , Ofi, covo., Gad biwtj £1 ; I mile./; 'P I f 7ot so**6-*** P^et» W3t- :?) .^'^UVPram, - bacb; 33 Ol 1 cov. ;3 CI nimlv. Tata'a Tonay Dsid-l;} ' ? 'Foactb mstBttuai^-^'Zi'.'r: ?r ^tov^, 2a0 Iiorea'SI ;-l mile.i-jT) -? ' ?' ? - - ?' ' ? -t .^IcClure a Caljiirie 1 ? Sr.owdcn'a Peter list 2 ; iiicaoton'o ...

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EVENTS TO COME: ATHLETIC SPORTS. Sports at Bundanoon on Queen's Birthday. CRICKET. MOSS VALE WARATAHS v. THE CLYDES. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 19 April 1892

EVENT3 TO COSlE : ATHLETIC SPOUTS. Sports at Bundanoon on Qaeen's Birthday. ^rickex Moss Vale Waeatails v. The Ci.tdks. A crichet'match waa jilayad on GCsd; Friday on the iiiow-gronnd between the above cIu1j3,' ana re united in a win for the Clyde:; in the first innings by 1 wickets. Mr. Qaelah captiincd the Clydes antf Mr. W. Murray tbe Waratahs. Following are tbe ccorea : — ? a Waratah C.C. \V. Murray, c Birgc Ij Austin ... .. .0 W. Dunn, c Birge b Austin ... * ... 10~' H. Richardion, b Fallon ? 10 C. Pcarcs, o Phillips b Fallon , -f 2 / John Flceton, b F.iHon ... ' ..Z, ; ...» 9 ' ? Jamei Fleeton, b Austin ? 3 V. . Cullcn, I.b.W., b I'allou ' *...- ..--.'O vr'* D. Mc!Icnzie,'b Fallon'-.. . -tt-... 0 J. Buckley, it, b Fallon^- 1.;.' Jj .. I H. Boacficld, not oat; ? ? ? ... 12 F,.Breakwcll,Tb'xv 'i at.- ... S ' Sundries 7 7 : ?! : ^5 .- ' Totil '? 'Fcprty, c-Morray.-.b .Fleeton.-,.-^' 'ii/ A' C. Woods, b.Fleet«i E. Woods, b Fleeton 'ia-. . . '. .^.7 ..j' Q Welsh, tub :oat-gite :'LV...

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Mittagong Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 19 April 1892

: g ^ .? ?' i — T3 ^?..---MittajBODE-.£3t!iEiiIciip£sn taM.-. Tho \iGual fortnightly nciti'ngcf tho abovo was held in tho Counoil Ohamboro on Wccl ndaday ovoniup, 13th inotont. Pre' ont— tlio Mayor (Aid. Riohardo), and Aldormon Viloa, Mealing, Dnvraon, Lnrlcin, Drapor, and Snowdon. The minuloo of tho proviouo mooting woro read and confirmed. From Mr. J. Haydon Cordow, aurvoyor, Sydnoy, onclooing a rcooipt, aDd c&ying that ho had for^otton to fuvnioh tho Counoil with hia report on tho borbing in diaputo uith lit i Hildor, Ho now nont tho roporc, v/hich noo aa - frtllowb : — ' I havo tho honor to voport thr.t on Fobrix- 1 nry 4th loot I took lovolo of tho of tho korb as laid at Hildor'o cornor to prove whether it cad boon laid in nccordanco with tho pro claimed pormanont Gtroot level no allogod by the Council, or wliothor it bad not boon do laid,- oa alleged by'Mr* Hildor. After a very careful investigation ond check. I found that tho kerb at tho alignment-poatin Maiu ctroot w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 19 April 1892

'irMPOUNDED at Mos3 Valo on 18 th April, from, Jj. Yprrunga; by. Mr. John JSeery, 1 white and bro.wn buji ? also 1 red and v.'lnto bullock ; both branded C off rump. If not released will te cold ' \l 3 1. - . , J I ; ' ! ? ilOi3ISu'jL:'VIijii3, tdundkeepei;!. -\7; .'/?IH.-b'p,. t!i3 ua&jru^l'd for infor* mrstiou fcliit will lcad.tot'^-ioaecutioa of or Persons v.'lio woiton'-yal:'! maliciously dc:l'-ov;;T /--?v'oral -ovnir.icnt.i! .trcMj'aud defaced froui to' Ulster- P;'.vI:,'Yr.mui;-c:j on Friday ui-jU'vC-io 'CtU ? ???.?? V HART. 'ifK Vt2EI- i;p to £,iturdiy, 23id April, for RU JL PAIRS to Crown Inn at Borrima, consisting of .' Kciofiiig!; r'nin 'building with iron, Erecting Balcony, &D. ' Tenders may be'for labor only or for labor and 'malarial. All iafoimat'oir. obtained from undersigned nt'Berrimn. ; ' ?, ? - ..i V. ,51'COURT. ? 7 ARE invited by the MOSS VALE MUNICIPAL COUNCIL for FIXING SLEEPERS and BUILDING RETAINING WALL in Arthur. ?si..eat.- ? I'b.ns and Sneoi...

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Public Nuisances. (To the Editor). [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 19 April 1892

,;i I?atiiic IlnusoEces.''' (To the Editor), Srn,— Aftoc all othat hoa boon donel for tho Durroanding of riceo Vale 'I -was cc'caishcd Co note in ray last visit to town t!to Ir23!iishins spirit of :tho aldermen in not keopinj tip tho spirit of 6ho tim03, and evidently no! eating for tho futuro. Tho iozil besvcoa tho ir.ihray gctes and tho Burratr^o 3 corner io of iteolr a' parfcct dis grace, ^^2 ''!to.tre:3(hcdge!i in with psjjngs, tumbling over cr.ch other, that cost thin town a gcc-j. cuaGiccncy) r-occiually withering for cpec,:.' j! yprl-;lc.f:~:z:z:zzb — Whcro io tho Iaspce::r cJ iTu*''.i:::a ? If thcrp io oao ho etcultlt:- nj; :r.j .reiaj 7ib bu:inc:3. It io caly to-tiny 1 icnt'lcrl Cw6? four cercisco c5eat3 Z;iti2 i- cnllioa, wlioro neat- tfeoii' rc;:do.' Hoping tho -J;..i:ament, cseporctioa, and icqpzets? '.;il! t:~~ roro tlzcii? duties p;-olc;:o pultico.ltz:, . . PEILI™ D. L0T?J[IE!2 .? ? - I.-J/5/C2. f-to Z!ailv7ay reen cystica caS j tarrdiHa (ho'czzfrooi tho fer j, e^uom^ ...

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THE BALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 19 April 1892

. THE BALI. ' A ball. was held at night in the Centennial Hall, and was an unqualified success, upwarda~Of ^60 or ! 70 conple in attendance. Mr. James Wotton acted j aeM.C., and a3 uaiial, gave complete. Batistaetion. Mr. R. Doyle (violin); Mr. Dennis ' (concertina), i and Miss J. Wotton (piano) supplied the music on ' the occasion. The eateriog r,-a3 in the hands of Mr. Roberta. A prize oi^lO/6 (by Mr. Conlon) for i beat walt-.r, waa awarded to Mr. T. Hayes and I Mica J. Jjlca ton. Daccing v.-aa kept op with cpirit I till ca.rly morn. - - -

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SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 19 April 1892

8P0RM6. [Steretarie* tnd tlhcr known raidenU tf the diferent bcalitin in which tporlt oetvr will oStifc i'j teniinf at ptrtieultrt a$ itrljf A- p Mtiile after tho tettril CKnU.X Z ? .- .7

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The Robertson Railway. THE DEPUTATION ONE RESIDENT TURNS UP. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 19 April 1892

: .EEs- Ccr;sr2cpa'Ooifiqav. : ' THE DEPUTATION . ONE BESIDENT TUBNSTJP. j Mr.U'Courtcml tho Hon,J. JSidd, r.ccorn penicd by 'onoEobortcon resident only /^aiCad I upon tho Miai:ter for Wcrta thia afiaeaoqn in tho intorc;b of tho Sobosieon Ecilway, tho remaining ntcnl'oro of tlio : deputation did eg: cltor; ap. Is wco .ottplauictl.. to tho niuic'.;?t!ir.5co2io(2cubtc3:l:3i:o2crcKafjE£p Rowo'o sepotj, CiSitho c!oputt'.!oa asltcifor l luiu^ui^iiuu iu. ulu. jjyao that G cot^Qucieiticn L~d bcca ti;:.ivei] fcen Cho Weier end Bcz':cjo Coaril'c;aC'Sc;- that no cjjce'r.pn v/co u.e~c3 z^i-zi tho »v.'opo::t:l lino via tho Ehee:?v;c: j. w £.0 Cr.f'r.'i tho UHtctcr v/r.u cocwaiacti pcv^ci^Jyi Zta c:u!'J c :!y rr:er.t hio r.aowcr givca Co ! Llv. lyQiv- 13 i-'ct'! iaraaat,' Chat tho question of eak it io QoPalslto T7crJ; Cor^'Itc'j v/out.l'Vj csz:Lde:ed at ta cavly a' dcio cd possible. Tho deputation then v.'ithCiOw, ^ho iutorviow JeatinunbphttliSQO usiniitca.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 22 April 1892

A.M.j'M.D., C.M., F.R.C.S. Ed., ' M.R.C.S. lixc;., 231 Macquarie Strcot North, opposite Parliament ' Houoc. DR. PATERSON lias been engaged for over 20 years in tlio study ami practieenf Chronic, Horvouo and Special Diseases Of men nnd women in tho lcacliujj medical echools and hospitals of Great Britain, Paris, Berlin, an-l Vienna, and in private practice. Formerly Houso Surgeon to the Elinlmrgli Royal Infirmary, Matern ity and Lock Hospitals. No mcdical man advertis ing in theso colonies lias medical degrees which call bo compared with his. Such eminent qualifications, together with his recognised straight orwarcl treatment, has naturally gained for h™ th o reputation of being tlie ONLY LEGALLY QUALI FIED DOCTOR advertising in theso colonies who combines with Snecial TCnowleufje Honest Treatment, i .u may easily he ascertained by applying toauv' I/EADING PAPER in the COLONY. 3 No diseases cause so much misery and distress as thoso included in my speciality. ALL MEN, YOU.N'G AND OLD...

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Mechanism of Man. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 22 April 1892

? ; The Miiuiitim of 33ui!. A man has with biin a working pump called hishonrt, n Corking bollows eallod hia j lungs, ft working VSt cillnrl his otomnch, a working ?omdeiism oallol hi'n brain, and a j workinir -'V-\panv,-r imltatl h\- «ltin, nil of j which must bo nt worU whothor ho will or I not. Tho hoart is expending ovor hia body day by day, 122 font-font of work Ho will go 6n lifting so many millions of tons in so many years. If ho moot with no accidoni, the time will conio wlmn hia Inst atrolto will bo fiuishod and he will die, or he may bo oirried off in earlior lifo by disease, which, however slight iu its early stages, works like a ferment, Tho symptons may bo scarcely noticeable — a littlo laziness, slight headaches or baokoohes — but tho cause is always ot work* Take a handsome rosy cheoked young man, full of lifo and hopo, lot a germ disease enter his system, it it invisible, to email to be weighed; judged by tho evidence of the consos it is too insignificant to bo thoug...

Publication Title: Scrutineer, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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