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Local Information. COACHES. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 18 October 1892

Local Information. COACHES. /? Fob S ottos Fokest.— Haddln'o coach leaves MoasValo at 7.15 a m returnign at 8 a m 2*15 p m ,, 3pm 7 p in ,, 8pm Faro In oinglo, children Od For Bemiisia. — Haddin'a coach leaves Moss Valo at 7 am returning at 12 noon 2.15 p m „ 8 pin Faro Is Od single, children Od Small charge made for parcels sent through tho driver Sundays as above c::copt tlio midday journoyii Special trips made at any time on application to Mr tladdin - Coiohcs also run to Robertson and Kangaroo Valley

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 18 October 1892

Liver Cohi'Laints.— Dit. I' iiir's Dandelion and Quinine Liver Pills, without i .crcury, are a potent remedy ; romovoall liver rnil jtomach r-;_...auito, biliousness, headache, oiot,-i; ia, pains, heartburn, indigestion, con_;ip'''..i. Mado only io London Sold everywhere;- -iDVT. To Dauukn Giua- HAiit..-' 'Lockyer'u Sulphur ' Hair Restorer is tho quickcs' / best, safest ;? coats less, effects moro than any C or. Tho color pro duced is mout natural. Loii, yor's oulplntr is the St»ly lini'' restoior universally com.- -ADTT

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
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Wild's Meadow and Yarrange Progress Committee. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 18 October 1892

Heasitow ?smaaH Tfetrainign. I?™ grecs (BoMMniMce At the last 'maeting held at Murphy's hotel Mr. U. Tildsley presided. It was decided toco-operate with othor committees and form a District Progress Committee. Messrs. Charles Tildsley (pre ~ sident), E. Jloses, P. Murphy and E. Blen oowe (hon. cec.) v/ore elected an delegates thereto. _ The secretary v/aa instructed to write to the proper authorifien ashing tliat a further sum of £500 be granted for expenditure on touris road from; tho Fitzroy to Belmore Falls. , . . Mr. Mullin proposed that the authorities be written to asking for £500 to ba expended on tourist road from Belmore Falls to Itobcrtson. - : . . Mr. Hayter JpvopoEad, '.That tho Poot jnantor-Gonorol bo writton to with rogard to placing Q oum of money on nost yoar'o estimates to ore ot o now post and telegraph office at Wild'o IJoadot?, do tho present building was inadequate to tho roquiromonto of tho town.— Oarriod. Tho chairman having ouggested that' an ofiort bo made t...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 18 October 1892

Remnants at Corderoy's ' calo tliij week given | away,— Advt. : r^:- ,- Certainly tho be3fc medicino know is SANDER and SONS' EUCALYPTI EXTRACT. Test its ominently powerful cfieot3 in cos^'ha,- eclda, in fiuenza, ; tlio reliof is inotautSQoiis, In tenons cases and ncbldcnts of all kindp, bo thoy wounds burns, sculdli);;;), brnisej, -sprains it ia tlio eafeafc remedy —lid swelling— no iiiGamnmtion. Lata uprising eli'eola produced iu oroup,' diphtheric, oronchitm, inflammation . of tlio lungs, uy/ellium &c., diarrhiLM, dyoeutry, dioeaces of tho kidneys and urinary organs. Iu uso at liospitalo end clinics all over tho world; patronised by. Bin Majesty the King of Italy ; crowned with medal and diploma tie Internaitonnl Inhibition, Amsterdam. Trust to (!U ojipi-ovud articlo nu J rojuct nil ut^orii

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
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General News Items. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 18 October 1892

General! News Items. At the Central Criminal Court on Friday tho hearing of tho conspiracy charges against tho late inandgcr and directors of tho Australian Banking Company was concluded. During tho day some . excitement was caused by M'Namara, who refused to act on his solicitor's advice, whereupon Mr. Lovicn withdrew from tho conduct of his defence, Mninr-General Brackcnbnrv hao announced at Simla that England will maintain the independence of Afghanistan against all aggression. Mr. Suttor delivered a spccch, in which ho replied to the reflections cast upon public instruction in tho colonies at the Church Congress at Folkestone. He caid that our schools wcro m i.o way secular, and that tho common troths of Christianity-were taught in. them. Tho Emperor William, who has been on a visit to the Emperor Francis Joseph of Austria, has left Vienna on his return to Berlin. Cholera has broken out at Erzsroum, in Asiatic Turkey, and 10 dcatli3 havo already taken place. Latest advices from ...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 18 October 1892

. .. CMCSiET [Secretaries and other known resident* of the localities in which sports occur will oblige by sending ft* particulars as early or possible after tho scleral emits.] MOSS VALE ST. JOHN'S V. BOWRAL ASSO CIATION. These two elevens tried conclusion on tho Athletic Club's ground, Bowral, on Saturday last, and played a draw. Win. Gleeson captained tho homo team and W. Wallace tho visitors. The Association skipper won tho tos3 and decided to bat, sending in Cupitt and Cope, who opened the game to the bowling of Cullen anil Arnott. Cupitt made a splendid stand, making 112 not out. The scoring was very slow, only IG3 being mado in threo hours. Tho Moss Valoites did not get a show to distinguish themselves with tho bat, their Bhare of tho game being 'leather hunting.' Appended are the scores :— Bowral. J. Cupitt, not out ? 112 P. Cope, st Pell, b Cullen ... ... 17 . E. Griffiths, c Pell, b Arnott... ... 21 W. Brennan, not out ? 7 Sundries ? ... 6 . Total ? w. ... 163 ROBERTSON 2n...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
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Selected Poetry. THAT'S FISHING. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 18 October 1892

Selected Poetry. THAT'S FISHING. ' A youth bcnido tho water cits, Tho noonday nan is warmly beaming ; His noso and neck arc turkey red, His cyo with radiant hopo is gleaming. He watches clo3c the bobbins cork Advanco upon tho tiny billows I A jerk, a owinh, ami high abovo ?? Ho lands a ouchcr in the. willows. That's fishing. ;/ ? A fair maid trips the tennis court, A dozen oyes ndmiro her going ; Her blaok-nnd-yellow hat-band Burns A hole right through the sunset's glowing. She driven tho ball across tho net, And into hearts consumed with wishing She drives a dart from Cupid's bow, She'll land a sucker, too. Sho's fishing. That's fishing. My little wife beuidc mo stands And stealo a dimpled arm around me ; A kiss upon my lips— that's bait — Somo information to astound me. Ilcr bonnet is quite out of style, Her summer wrap quito past tho nsing ; That lovely one- co cheap at Brown's — Is just tho ono she would be choosing. That's fishing. So, whether the game bo fish or men, The bait ...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 18 October 1892

I Fof Sal-3o DOG CART in good order. For Particuhrs npply to Dn. BARCROFT. Moos Vale. 0LNUINE CLEARING SALE OF Ha1. C. Y^7y3iiG'n VEHICLES, COACIIBUILDER'S AND BLACK SMITH'S PLANT, &C,, Wednesday Next, Oefc. 19, AT 2 O'CLOCK S1IATU', ?AJ3? BOWRAL. ' J. G. MORRIS & CO. Auctioneers. NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS AND COR RESPONDENTS. All Business Correspondence or Lottern intended for insertion in 'The Scrutineer' should bo addressed to tho Editor or Manager. ^llte (Scntihieei4, DERMA DIQTE1IQT PRESS, AND *+ CDcnnncnGna (ESTABLISHED 2074-18 Years.); PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY and FRIDAY 'Uttered out of timof or eonccaled in proper season, good savourethof evil' TUESDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1892

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 18 October 1892

To Cure Skin Diseases. —Si^pholiuo Lotion quickly drives nway .eruptions, pimples, blotohes, redness, eczema, acno« dilfigurcmenta, roiiRhnees and scurf, , leaviirrA clear spotless skip and beautiful comploxion. sulpliolino 10 a ncccs'ity for tlio skin, especially in hot climatcs. Jlado in London. Sold everywhere. — Auvt. I To Overcome Weakness. — Pepper's Quinine and Iron Tonic givc3 now life, appotite, _ health, j strength, energy. Cure:: neuralgia, indigeotion, I nerve debility. Specially useful in hot, depression elimatcs or malarious districts. Evctyono uhould keep up strength by taking Vepper'u Quinine, the j world-known EnnliBh tonic. Bottles everywhoro. I o-A&vt, 1

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 18 October 1892

Factory Butter Market.— Tho Produce ExcImnf»G co-operates with 400,000 citizens to dispose of Factory nnd Dairy Butter in Sydney, the nearest and lipst market. — Hawicen «fc Vangi!~95 street, Sydney A Faik, UKAUTn'UL/'jiii:;.— yulpl.oliuo Soup gives tho natural tjutAiid pcach-liko bloom of a f1 lorfect complexion i i/tkcs tlio skin smooth, supplo | icalthy, comfortatif / Sulpholine noap, 81 tablets ! Everywh«jo,— Aovr.

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BREAVIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 18 October 1892

B It'K V I-;Af v. ' At Forbes tho other day Miss Mary Isabel Arm- 1 strong was married to Fred Stephenson Murray, of | tho Local Land Board, Forbes, and fourth son of Mr. J. H. Murray, of Mittagong, Inspector of Public Schools. Ho Claims a Monopoly of the Name. — A humorous paragraph appeared in our issue of ! last Tuesday where a lawyor aoko a man if lie had a grandmother. Tho man, whoso namo was Costcllo, admitted that he had. Thero io another Mr. Cos tcllo, living in Moss Valo who declares that every one in Moss Valo bclioves he also lino a grandmother, aud that he is tho man of tho paragraph; but he was no more meant than Brown. Smith. Jones or Robinson. Hovrcveraoho feels aggrieved and has callcd upon uo wo admit it wan not Mr. Costello of M033 Vale, so that the local lawyers may not havo the chance to bleed him. On Tuesday last, at Mittagong, Miss. Annie Draper, second danghtor of Mr. F. Draper, was married to Mr. Herbert Tolhuist, of Forbc3, the Rev. Father Harnett officiatin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 18 October 1892

AdlweE'tturjcnnii.oiiiittQ. SHOP TO L10 P, adjoining kerutweer OlBoo Apply officc of tilts paper. TO IjliT, for a term of years, R03UBANK HOUSE, lately occupied hy Mr. Scroggio, containing 8 rooms, kitchen, outhouses, standing in 19 acrca of laud. Apply to Mr. IJALLOUlt, Tin: Loijoe, Sutton Forest. 'T M POUNDICD at tlio pulilie pound at Sutton J. Forest on the 15th dny of October, by Older of Mr. John H.idgery, from Waterloo paddock, ono strawberry cow branded J — cifT rump, with atraw berry bull calf nt foot, unbiamlcd, iibout 9 months, damages and drivinR, lis old ; ono red cow with white belly, branded J (rovurscd), off rump, with strawberry heifer calf .it foot, uniirnmled, about 9 months, damages and driving, fijd ; one red steer branded CO (reversed) off rump, -laniagefl and driv ing, 2a 2Jd ; one yellow and white cow branded ill near rump, damages and driving. 23 2Ad. If not released will lies^id nt this pound on the 3rd day of November — Al.l'nl'.l) Tow.s'SKNO, Poundkeepcr. ...

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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 18 October 1892

DiOcal pm 1 dneuoml. St. John's Recreation Club.— A comimbtee : meeting of this club was held afc tho Oddfellows' Hall oa Thursday ovening la3t. Present— Rev. A. G. Stoddart (chairman), H. Lambert. I. Cullen, \V. Dunn, H. Garling, E. M. Samuel, A. Salmon, H. Hornby, and G. T. Town (hou. eccrotary). The minutes having been read and confirmed, the ques tion of rescinding tho rcoolutjon charging 5s en trance fto to the crickct club was discucaed. After a great deal of diacuc3ion it was ultimately decided to rescind the resolution and make it freo to all members It was also decided that no member more than ono month in arrears bo allowed to par tako of any of tlio privileges of the club. Tho following wcro elected as Detection committeo for the cricket club Arnott, Salmon, Garling, and Hornby. Thrco now members were clcctcd. Bkkiuma Distbictt Fabm and Dairy Com pany. — We havo to roport under dato of October 15, an increased supply this week. Tho demand however, continues good and price...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 18 October 1892

^ mm mm \ Rigorous Criminal Prosecution to all Offenders, jQ IXSON & SONS are again compelled to warn Smokers; asking them to mako suro that they buy tho Genuine Conqueror. Carefully see that every plug allows n deep, clcai'i |»olisSicd iiupression underneath (he tog— every plug- of (Conqueror is tagged, DUuwit traders havo ronowod tho prnotice of mixing inferior, tobaccos in with genuine Conqueror, and tagging it with Conqueror Tags. \ : : DIXS0jSt ANlKSO^ , ; . 7' .r , MANUFACTURERS OF , , , ' The Conqueror and Sir Roger Tobaccos. r. - «-1 For Boys' and Youths' School and. Best Wear!|- TTOOtl ©CIECTO3 ©ILtoMMil ' . . ' — ? ? ? IS THE CHEAPEST AND MOST RELIABLE. Senfl iTou Mcq JMdiS EWm«l HMe&tos off ' ? DJIWSS2 eD©i?\3[Ei) Cz ©@Dp ©poeonQ ©DoQBaiers, ? Opposite the General Post Office, GEORGE STREET, SYDNEY, i!* PREMISES QFTifeUNIVERSAL DRUG CO ^ i ?' sgsB/wwcPowotw. Curry SauucI1 Disinfecting Pqy/oeasMV r^inrP'fFi b fij ii a , j;!. r- qu PcnrUMERYkTciLET REQUISITE...

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SHELWOOD! CHAPTER. XIX. THE CONCERT. (CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 18 October 1892

SHELW00D1 [By E. J. COOLING.] CHAPTER. XIX. The Concert. (coi;n;;ur.n.) v 'That's not to bo wondered at. No ono ' could hit it with Squiro Carow or with Ned either for tho matter of that. But wann'fc there another reason for hia mnliitig lumr,el£ r 8cnrce ? lon't lin in debt here 1' 'Howns,' said Dick, 'but X bclicvo lie paid all hia debts beforo leaving.' 'Hint s moro tlian lie did m Ularemont then,' replied Tom, ' that is lie squared up a few I'm told, though whero ho raised the money to do it with I don't know. I hope for his own sake and tho nal;o of hia family's credit that he came by it honestly,' Dick felt tho blood rush to hi3 face ; this seemed like an insinuation against the brother of the girl who wna to bo his wifo and he did not half like it. Drawing himself up to liig full height ho answered haughtily ' You may rest assured of that, sir, whatever his faults may bo Edward Carew would never descond to dishonest practises.' 'Wouldn't he 1' returned the other, with a sligh...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
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Robertson. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 21 October 1892

? HSofoartsoiii)' - ? fFroiii Our Correspondent.) ? C Tboop.— This corps held a mcotui' at tlio Sanatorium Hotol on Saturday oveuing last, thoro ' belae present— Sorgt-Major Wood (chair),_ Scrgts. E. Blencowe and M. Hanralian, Corp. T. Sccry, and Troopora Parker and B.- Humphries. The balance-sheet of tho lato concert showed a credit balance of over £4. Letter ftom Burrjuvang Riflo stating that Mr. F. M'Grath had g.ven a 'silver cup to bo competed for by that company and G Troop Cavalry. The Cavalry declined 1 to com oete Tho secretary wao instructed to thank tho L 0. Lodoo for giving way to their concert. Votes ' of thanks woro accorded thoso who assisted in carrying out the concert.

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
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Bundanoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 21 October 1892

nSMEnliwaooini. ? '.From Our Correspondent .) Bikthday Picnic. — Wednesday afternoon' last TTas quite a gay time for tho children attending the Bundanoon public school, tho event being Mrs. . G. W. Osoorne'a fiOih'birthday, and to honor the occa sion Mr. and Mra. Osborn issued a largo number of .invitations including tho wholo of tho chiliren attending tho school which was heartily ^responded to. Over a hundred childron and abont sixty adults put in an appearance. Tho picnic %vas held on tho top of Cairn Hill (Mr. Amo3's paddock), which is ? tho finest site iiT*Buadanoon, as extensivo pano ?ramic views of many miles in oxtont is obtained from tho summit. Mr. Osborne had arranged forms iti'a square for tho children to sit and partako of lunch, which they woro called to in tho afternoon. AH kinds of cakes and tea was provided and handed rouna oy some oi ine lames present, an.ee children had been plenteonsly supplied tho adults were regaled. r7ith tea and cako. Games and foot racing wa...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
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State Children's Home. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 21 October 1892

[?] The annual report of the State Children's Relief Department shows that 133 children wero in the Cottage Homes for invalids, sick and crippled chil dren at Porratnattn and Mittagong. At tho latter placo ivo bear tbat it i3 tho intention of tho Government to removo tho homes. Tho chil dren hoarded out altogether number J5I4, and children wero placed out in this district as follows : — Berrims 4, Balmoral 10, Bowral 20, Bun danoon 1, Camden 24, Cainbewarra 8, ICangaloon 6, Kangaroo Valley 13, Mittagong 43, Moss Valo 13. Marulan 0, Pieton 43, Thirlmore 7 : total 198. The following are tho lady visitors, under whoaa supervision the homes aro placed in our district':— Bowral, Mrs. J. C. Bagot,_Mrs. Debenham bunda noon, Mrs. Osborn j Bcrrima, Mrs. G. Sheppard, Mrs. Wilshire ; Cambewarra, Mrs. Brennan ; Kan. garoo Valley, Mrs. Hetherington ; Moss Vale, Mrs. Barcroft ; Mittagong, Mrs. P. C. Williams, Misa Burke, Mis3 Beaumont. Mrs. Murray ; Marulan Mrs. E. A. Mosley ; Sutton Forest, Mrs....

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THE LAD THAT I MEAN TO MARRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 21 October 1892

THE LAD THAT I MEAN TO MARRY. There's many a handsomo lad about, That many a girl would fancy ; A jovial knight who oonld capture quito -- The heart of Louiso or Nancy ; Of a lad that I mean to marry. - There's many a lad that is good and trtfo, Who carries a face that's homely j J There's many a lad with a noble heart, Whose figure is far frcm comely ; Thore's many a ono that will como to woo, '. - '? Manv a lover I'll parry, Till I find tho ono that is second to none— ?. ' Tho lad that I mean to marry. ? ? . ;ir His eyes may bo bine, or black, or brown, So long as their glanco is tender ; And ho may be cither short or tall, Very fobnst or slender t ' 1 For tho height or depth of a man depend? ' ' On tho soul lie may choose to carry, And above them all-like a kindly eoul— ? . Is tho lad I mean to marry. : ? There's many another maid I know. . , ;. . Who was wed in a foolish fashion, . , '.0 ' ' With scarcely a thought, the vory first man' . . Who chanced to declare his passion : ' ...

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Wingello. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 21 October 1892

WIURellO ( From our Correspondent), ! We aro having gloriouo weather. Everything | locks green and tlibro io an abundance of grass all througn the district. I notice Mr, Manning, licenced curvoyor, ia camped about a milo away from the village. I am Informed ho ia surveying a large number of selec tions in close proximity to tho Wingollo village. This is indeed veiy gratifying as it chows that tho placo ia progressing, and very shortly there will bo no land available for celcction. Now h tho timo for any person who has o. few pounds tocparoto h mako a home, Tho land ia well adapted for fruit crowinc purpo3C3. Messrs. J.iun, Moses, Harris and othore, who havo planted vineyards and orch- 1 ards hero oay that *hey never oaw better land for fruitgrowing. I obsorvo tliat the Rev, G. Shcppard, of Bcrrima, has. called tenders lor stumping, grubbing, and ' cloaring of block No. 26, consisting of eight acres of . land near the, railway station. Timber that is fit for posts and rails is to bo ...

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