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BREVIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 25 October 1892

D&ESVnA, Correspondciicc and other items unavoidably crowdod Q.it. 1 A flower servico ill aid of tho Berrima District Hospital, will take placo at tho Holy Trinity | Church, Berrima, on tho 30th inst. 1 Max O'Rell paid a visit to Borrima tho othor day. By au old account we nota that Mrs. Lauudown | fold bifttor in Moss nt UQd per lb gn 9? Oct, 1^92, Tho balanco sheets of roceipts 'and ovpondituro of a bonclitontcrtainmcnt hold at Paddington Town Hall as advortisod in tlio local papor shows total rceoipts £28— whilo tho cxpondituro was only £'l-~ That's tho way to do it. Worth publishing such | remits. I Out of all tho ' tip3' by the sporting writers in tho Press, only two named Paris to win, the Melbourno leader and Weekly Times. 1'ho great I majority of them did not oeleet a place-getter even, j The Scrutineer io nota sporting paper, bntCorrezc, fhmooln, Clonard, Malvolio, Penance, Tirailleur, 'n'Naroo, Littlo Bornic, and Oxido arc p:-ity j 3uphonicusnimo3 ; tho only troubl...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
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Advance Moss Vale! OUR TOWN AWAKENING. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 25 October 1892

? ? ? ?? l tfca Advance Moss Vale! OUR TOWN AWAKENING. Yea, M033 Valo io awakening I Tho Duko of Wellington lined to oay that when roturning eon Gcioiisncau with him wna ouccecding ' Nature's Bwcct restorer, balmy olcop,' ho always turned but once— and that wan to 'turn out,' Unlike tho great Iron -Duke, Mosa Valo takes a lot of turning out before it chowo its full possible aohiovmon|a with which to run its bright future osiotenco ao an important town. Bit by bit: tho old buildings of the early days aro dioappc:'.rr ;r.nd it ia a question wn In.*™ nnr readers to answer aa to whothcr oomo effort should not bo made to prcservo tho old hut of the pioneer settler— Mosa— and who gave Iiia name to the town. Premisc3 mere adapted to tho requirements ot business at the present day are gradually replacing old otorea and undoubtedly tho fair prospcct3 of tuo future of Mos3 Valo aro faithfully indulged by its buainc23 people. Various new buildings aro now in coursc of erection, and these with ...

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
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Berrime Licensing Cours. (Before F. R. Wilshire, P.M. and J.A. Badgery, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 25 October 1892

UBcmniia Mcemsteg (Donrs. (Before F. K*. Wilshiro, P.M., aud J. A. Bad* anrv. .T P. Thomas Monk applied for a llconso to premises held by him at Sutton Forest, named Royal Hotel. Mr. C, C. Galo appeared for applicant, Mr. Latchford in support of a petition which had beon signed by residents of Sutton Forest. Tlio applicant being sworn gave ovidonco that he did not make 5ho application for tho purpose of a bar trado ; but moro as a houso of aaoommodation thero boing groat neeu of ouch. He had furniBhed 10 rooms and in other respeots complied with tho provisions of the LioenBing Act. Alfred Townsend, Sutton Forc3t, said had known tho district about 30 yearo. He thought the grant ing of licenso was necessary a3 many persons wero unablo to obtain board, bod, 'nnd proper ncoommo. tion. Tho hotol v/ould.bp a benefit for visitors to Sutton Eorest. Thoro was only one boarding-houso in Sutton Forost. There had beon five occupants of tho hotel for which present licenso wa3 sought. During prev...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 25 October 1892

NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS AND COR. RESPONDENTS. All Business Correspondence or Letters intended,! for insertion in 'Tuc Scrutineer' should bo addressed to tho Editor or Managor. Witt (Scmtiwccr, mmm district press, AND ©cnnacHenn Aaflur®ciiti©. (ESTABLISHED 1074-10 Yearo.) : PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY and FRIDAY ' Uttered out of timo, or conccalcd in proper season, good savoureth of evil.' o TUESDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1892.

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
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PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 25 October 1892

Pheobytebian. East ICangaloon 11; Burrawang 3 j. Moss Valo 7.30.— Rev. B. Bony, M.A. 'WE3LEYAN. Not rocoivcd. Bowiial 8-iiour Demonstration. — Tho com mittee acknowledge with thanks from tho follow ing :— Chris. Bcnnott. Esq., £5 5s ; Raward and Co. £2 2s; \V. Charkcr, Esq., £2 ; H. C. Rose, Esq., £1 13 j W. McSourt, Esq., £1 lo ; S. Dickin son, Esq., £1 Is; Jones and Wallaco, £1 ; W. Murray, Esq., 10s ; A. J. Tumor, Esq., 10s. Also trophies from Mcssro, J. H. Eamcs, \V. Allordicc, C. Stokes, V/. Jctfrocs, and Marstou. Melbourne Cur.— Special fast express trains, In addition to regular cxprecs and mail sorvico, will pass through Moss Valo leaving Sydnoy at 4.30 S.m, on Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Fri „y ; 5 p.m. on Saturday, and 5.15 p.m. on Sunday. A special train will pass through Moss Vnlo on tho following Sunday retnrningfroin tho Melbourno Cap and lie due in Sydnoy abo'if 0 y-m. that day. j

Publication Title: Scrutineer And Berrima District Press, The
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Local and Geiral. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 25 October 1892

ILocsil ami (Heiral. TnE Jist of tiie Matter, i havo neither sympathy or feeling for either tlhotel-keopcr or police. — C. L. Nicholson. Bowral Ciiurcii of England ower Service. — This will bo held next Sun/ aftornoon to avoid clashing with tho WesleytChuroh flower servico. Banhrptcy. — A scquc3tratioinlcr on petition of dobtor has been mado again3t Tliam Gardiner, jun., aud Henry Braden, of I'heait Ground, near Robortson, lately carrying on iiness as dairy farmers under the name of Gardii and Bradon. Moss Vale Water SurpLY.\IeS3r3. R. T. Ball and Co., of Goulburn. woroo succe3ful ten derers for tho pumping maehiry and engino house for the M033 Valo water sujy contract 4, all tho work to be done in tlio eolomheir price being £9G4. Flying Pigeons. — Bundnnoi Race. — Sands (llGlyds a minute), 1 ; Hiland (10yds), 2 ; Harris (1052yds), 3. Jlarulan race.— arris (934yda a minute), 1 ; Sommera (933yds)^ ; Tombs (929 yds), 3. Mr. Rawlinson'o bird w first from Goul burn to Sydnoy, flying 1GG...

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STRAY NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 25 October 1892

STRAY MOTES (By Scrutator.) We would drnv? the attentinn of out1 lady readern to a petitiou lying nt tliia office for tho signaf.uro of those in favour of woman's suffrage. We believe the movoraent will curely prevail in tho end. Already in New Zealand tho bill giving tho franchise to women hos riacaed through nil it3 staaes in tho Legislative Council. Those who have not sufficient faith in the quality of the intellect of tho women of this country ns to entrust them with a vote will now bo able to point i to New Zealand an a 'shocking example.' 1 But we ourselves will prefer to wait and see this quiet political revolution grow until tho equality of tho sexe3— politically — is estab lished the world over. It is good for sore eyes to notice how clean and oiderly now aro the gutters in front of tho Mos3 Valo police station. Of course everyone knows from ypnra of neftlect thia portion of the main road from iv.ilw;iy.station has suffered that the council claim exemption from nny claim to...

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Party Government. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 28 October 1892

- Party ftovermncMt. Party Government- shows some men in ? their true character. Men of tlio Toohoy and j Schey st.imp stand out conspicuously ns poli tical renegades now and then under its influ ence. Eiih thpse men (says'a contemporary) voted for Mr. Eeid's motion for reasons which aro ns clear n daylight. Toohev is disanrir.interl ovnr EOmethin'. nnrl that £1000 racket gave him the chance of rutting. Schey probably wants to curry favor with tho E; dfern socialists or perhaps those of some other suburban electorate ; the Eddy inquiry turned out badly for hiin, and now ho is shedding his last vestige of man hood by cringing to those who havo always been trying to politically strangle him. Of the members who voted forReid wo can only say that they are more easily gulled thati wo thought thoy could be. Several of tlieni, however, have always ' sunk the fiscal issuo' in, a one-sided way, and stood att'io beck and call of 'tliorevonuu-tariffists. But we cannot imagine how it was that t...

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Our Common Lands. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 28 October 1892

(Our (Common IL;im-1s. Tho dissipation of commonago nrons in connection with country townships promises to procood npaco. From timo to timo wo hoar of a doputition dosiring to havo this or that commons aroa thrown opon to sottlo mont as a noeossity to tho progross of a district. Tho selfish intorcst of prosont rosidonio is on tho ono oido, and nobody at nil that cares a fig for tho intorosls of pos terity on tho othor, and reservations, onieoived in a spirit of statesmanship, aro thrown away to food tho insatiablo maw of individual sulfishnnoss. If thero is nny ono practical moans of easing tho admittod ovils of our social sys'om (says a contompornry) it is in tho reservation oi nroa3 of land of reasonable extent, which may not pas3 undor tho monopolishing grip of thoso who would add field lo Cold for thoir porsonal gain, but can bo kopt for tho com mon uso of thoso who by tho necessities of thoir fato aro obliged to livo in hivo3 liko boos. Ono may not go tho length of thoso who do...

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Bowral Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 28 October 1892

llSowral MunScipal Conncil. At tho last mooting a letter was received from the Dopsrtmont of Lands, stating that tho Council wero indobted for half towards the alignment of certain streets by tho Government surveyor. £109 9s being tho half. — This department to bo informed that as soon as tho council cocoived the endow ment, it would pay this item. Tho principal work during past fortnight had bpoh on footway in Osloy-3troet, and mninf-nnnn™ ronvlr 5n Mcrir,™ ~ nr,,1 Sll,or,_ herd streets, and on tho Centennial road. The clork was instructed to arrange with tho Railway Department to got all their ashes from tho Mittagong yard for threo months. The Gaswowcs. — A Little Scene.— A Perpexuax Flow of G-as !— Alderman Campbell said that ho had visited the gasworks tho ' provious day. Ho found tlie two mouthpioees were not now. If thoy wero now, why should ono of tho mon be taring ono of tho mouthpiecos iu3t ot tho timo ho was inspecting ? Somo of tho cast ings wore now, somo woro not. Thoy...

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CRICKET. CRICKET FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 28 October 1892

CRICKET. CRICKET FIXTURES. Secretaries of district o. icket clubs aro invited to Bond in thoir fixtures under this heading. No chargo i3 mado for aucli iusoriion, ? RonBllTSON. . Against | Wicket | pTTcl Bowral ' . Robertson j Oct. 29 Wild's Meadow ' W. Meadow : Nov. 0 Dapto ' ' J Robertson' | Nov, 9 Bowral Bowral I Nov. 12 ICiauia Robertson Nov. 19 Kiama ICiania | Dcc. 17 ICANGALOON v. WILD'S MEADOW. Ou Saturday afternoon last a match was played on tho Meadow wicket between the Kangaloon L'ml and Wild's Mcudow, and resulted in n win for tlio visitors. F. L. Bre.ikwell captained tho Meadow aud Fredericks the Kangaloon, For Kangaloon tho principal scorers wero W. Ivoys (J?,) and W Hayes (23) ; and for tho Meadow .Jno. C'upitt {'A) and C. Graham (2S) batted best. Fredericks clid tho lion'a sliavo of tho bowling for the winners, taking 7 wickots for 40 runs ; whilo for the losers Break tvoll was tho most successful. Subjoined are the scorei 0 , Kaxgai.oon\ J. Shipmau, e Hawkins b Break...

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Definitions of a Wife. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 28 October 1892

BDefiiaMoED off si Wife. The pretty school toachor, for a little di vertisomcnt, had asked her class for tlio best original definition of 'wife,' and. tho boy in the corner had promptly responded: 'A rib.' She looked at him reproachfully, and nodded to tho boy with tlio dreamy eyes who seemed anxious to/ say something. ' Man's cuidinf! stir and guardian angol,' ho said, in response to the nod. 'A helpmeet' put in a littlo flaxen-haired girl. ' One who soothes man- in adversity,' suggested a demure little girl. ' And spends his money when he's flash,' added the incorrigible boy in tho corner, There was a lull, and tho pretty dark-eyed girl said slowly, . ' A wifo is tho envy of spinsters.' ' One who makes a man hurry and work,' was tho next suggestion. ' And keeps him from making a fool of liim I self,' put in another girl. ' Someono for a man to find fault with whon tilings go wrong,' said a sorrowful littlo maiden. 1 Stop there,' said the prdtty school teacher. ' That's tlio best d...

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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 28 October 1892

Diocal aci«S (Hcncral. CulCKKT. — A match will take place or. tho show ground on Saturday afternoon next between the Surveyors' Camp and St. Jolm'3 Recreation Club. A team to represent tho latter will be chosen from tho following : — J. Arnott. W. Gallon. I. Cullon. E. Pell, W. Wallace. II. Garlnig. II. Richardson. i. urcauweu, j. ciecton. ii. *'.iuuic. -i. tamper, R. Roberts, H. Iloniliy, ana W . Dunn. Svdvt.s Death at Bowjial. — W o nro informed that a servant pirl living at Mr. J. C. llngot a, BowrnI, took nL on Snuday evening and died on Monday morning. She was buried in tlio ucw etmctory on Tuesday afternoon. The STONEQUAimv Road. — Mr. JfcCourt, I M.L.A., has been informed by tho ^Public Works 1 1 Department that with rcfcrenco to his letter draw* 1 ? ing attention to tho state of the Stonequarry-road, t near Sutton Forest, and requesting tho sum o£ i £,'00 may. bo at onco i.imieU to trustee for cx- ] pcnditiiro that 110 voto in at prcrcnt available for this road, but the ques...

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Wingello. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 28 October 1892

WiiigcMo. A correopondent writes A strango and startling incident as troll as advonture happened tho other day a for/ miles from our village. It appears that two young ladies went out for a drive in a spring oart, and when about four miles from homo tho bottom strap of tho aimes broke, and tho consequence was the horso nearly got out of tha oart. As it was he got cross ways over tho shafts. Ono of the young ladies flew out at the back of the cart Jilio a bird on tho wing and caught hold of tho horses hoad and the other young lady imitated her example. Had tho horse been very spirited this might havo onded in a sorious accident. A young gentleman happening to bo_ riding along and seeing the fix thoy woro in, lent a friendly hand and soon put thingB straight and the two adventurers arrived homo enfo after their fright. A meetiDg of tho parento of tho childron of Wingello attending tho school, was held at ' Mr; Barrett's rooidonco last Saturday night to advocato that a krgor eohool bo ...

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BREVIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 28 October 1892

« K E VIA. The ladic3 committee in connection with tho Moos Vale School of Arts Bazaar aro rcquotcd to meet at the School of Arte on Friday, this day week. On Tuesday last the young man who disturbed a Moss Vale Salvation Army meeting, went down by train in charge of the policc to Campbelltown, He looks very much improved in appearances during the lengthy time, some two months, that he has been ueps ino cuunuy * » the Christian (!) prosecution. He takc3 his trial to-day at the Quarter Sessions. 3 CBcforc the Registrar in Bankruptcy on Monday Mr. E. R- Vilcs, of Mos3 Vale, was examined, and the examination was declared concluded. Henry George's paper, The Standard, is defunct. Albert Edward, our future king, preferred to attend the race3 rather than the lato Lord Tenny son's funeral. 'Tis said the ladies arc now using aa a hair wash a mixture of soft soap and spirits of wine, &c which gives brilliancy and lustre to the hair in a charming manner. Whit with soft soap on their h...

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Robertson. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 28 October 1892

Kobcrtsoii. (From our Correspondent). Cricket Club. — A meeting of tho members was hold on Saturday evening, there being present — Mr. It. &. Ferguson (president), Dr. Nash, Messrs. J. E. Williams, J. D. Wood, P. Haynea, S. Hind in'nrah, J. Humphries, A. Thorpe, E. Humphries, J. -Fairbairn, W. Soloy, C. Stubbings, anu S. J. MoBarron (secroiary). Tlio minutes of previous meeting wore read and adopUd. Mr. G. H. Parker, Wilds Meadow, wa3 elccJcd a mcmbor. An account for £6 7s. was passed for payment. The secretary Stated that 33 members wero on tho ro'l. It was decided that tho secretary writo to the diflei'cut clubs to inform them of tho names of tho first eleven, and cach club be rsked to do likewise, and I no member of tlio first eleven to play in a second 1 eleven malcb, but if a vacancy occurs in tho Brat eleven a second eleven member can bo put in. A vote of thanks was accorded Mr. James Humphries for erecting tho cricket shed gratuitously. Mr. Humphries responded and cai...

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General News Items. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 28 October 1892

(General! I\iev/s litems. Two deaths from cholera have occurred in Vienna through the victims drinking the water of the Danube. At Calais four deaths from cholera have taken place. In reference to the Behring Sea trouble, it has been pointed out that in 1SSS Lord Salisbury acquiesced in the right of the Russians to follow np and seize sealers outside the limit in Behring Sea. A mill owner at Bradford, in Yorkshire, has offered to supply the local socialists with the means to work a mill on Socialist lines, but the offer has been declined. By the changes to bo sanctioned under the new Army Bill, the German military forces of all arms will be raised to a war strength of -1,400,000 men. The strength of the army on a piece footing is to be increased by S4.000 men. The reduction to two years' servico has been generally conceded. In a strong letter to Lord Ripon, Mr. Forceval, A^ent-General for New Zealand, points ont that the continued refusal of the British Government to renew the contr...

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Berrima. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 28 October 1892

^USenfeK.' .,. - (IVopi.OuK. Cor respondent.) . The following was' unavoidably held over last issue: — - Band op Hop£.--The regular monthly, meeting of this was held on Wednesday evening last, there being a very largo attend ance of mombers and' visitors; The meeting having been opened in., due form arid^'the preliminary business disposed of a service of song, entitled ' Bart's Joy,' waa very nicely given by caveral of tho children, assisted by tlie 'Misses Matthows. The president, Mr. T. M. Shepherd, gavo the connective readings in an able manner. Consitloririg tho short time Miss Matthews had tho children under tuition a word of praiso is duo to her for tho pains she must havo taken to bring the chil dren to such perfection: A. couplo of humorous roadings by tho chairjiari brought a very successful meeting to a olose. Tho presence of so many visitors at tlio meeting ?will aot as a great oncouragement to children and officeru a3 an incention to still provide a pleasant and happy ev...

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Moss Vale Police Court WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1892. (Before Messrs. F. R. Wilshire, P.M., P. H. Throsby and T. W. Lackey, Js.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 28 October 1892

SIoss Vale Police (Court Wedn'E.sdav, October 2fi, IS 92. (Before Messrs. F. R. W'ihhire, P.M., P. H. Throsby and T. W, Lackey, Js.P.) William Reid, Kangiroo Valley, was summoned by the Inspector of Nuisances for driving a cart without a light. Fined 10s. aud Gs Gd co3ts. Terence Cunningham was fined 03 and Gs Gd costs for allowing a horse to stray in Argyle-street. De fendant did not appear. Constable Carpenter proved service of summons.

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A DISTRICT CRICKET ASSOCIATION. (To the Editor of the Scrutineer.) [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press — 28 October 1892

A DISTRICT CRICKET ASSOCIATION. (To the Editor of tho Scrutineer. J Sir,— I am pleased to sod that you have ? in the laBt issuo o£ tho Scrutineer brought under the notice of tho! cricketing community tho many advantogosihot would bo gained if the proposal fco ostablioh a Cricket Associa tion in our district wore roally carriod out, and i wish to convey my firm belief that auch could be formed in tne mannor pointea out ( cr in a vory similar way). These associations. oro being formod evorywhero throughput, the country and moot 7?ith universal ouccoos, and those persons in terested should read W. G. Gfrace'o work on crioket to lonrn that _ rapid progress, financially and othorwiso, is made iu county orioket in Bnglrji^, mainly through tho for mation of Cricket Acsooiationo. Tou also montion oomothing about the ' deoline ' of oricket and no doubt a groat many letters have appeared in tho S. 21. BeralA, &c. on the subjcct, and I regret to eay that I am-of the opinion that one of...

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