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CATHOLIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 29 April 1892

CATHOLIC. Moss Valo 8 a.m. and 7,30 p.m. ] Bnrrawana 11, -J. Walah. '

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 29 April 1892

'y** ? ? j hiseincnts. ? .^^iiHARIBISOKI, jy^r-tass VALE, Mbpholsterer, ' Froncli Polialiov, Picturo ^.v 1 ? i'ramor- Ci c. .LARGE Stock of Funuturo, . Bcdotcadu and Bedding, Ovpoto, Matting, Linoleum, Door Mats, &c., always ou hand, bpnng Roller and s : Vehqtlan Blinds, made and iittcd or repaired. , COSWlVlEROIAt DANKINS COMPANY. SSIT' dTTEDZu Z3'Cr , !?-.*. Established 183-1. Incorporated 18-13. ?? ' Head Office Ukoiwk Street, Syi-ni;y. ?: v '. - ? o ? ? CAPITAL ? flflOO.OOO 'r-}' RESERVE FUIJD ? 3670,000 .:;.:-.vKfcjiatVB for Equalisation of Dividenhu ? 51(30,000 ' . Money rcceivol at Interest and alt other usual . - Baukiug Business transacted. E. HVURARD ROW, Maxaoeu, ? UOSS VALE BRAiJCII. ' W' %?rALI|G^& C0.9 ESTABLISHED 1853. ' fttCOlU'ORATKD 1883. ''1 Solo Agents for PIANOS by Stoinway and Sono, Julius Feuncb, Ucbel and Lechleiter, Carl Ecke, The Victor, Tho Bulling ; and for tlio worhl-vonownod ESTEY ORGANS and Boo soy 'a Brass Hand Instruments. Universal P...

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 29 April 1892

CHURCH QI? EI7GLAITD Sctton Forest. — lot and 3rd Sundays in tho month at 3 p.m. ; 2nd and 4th Sundays in the month at II a, m. and Holy Communion ; flth Sunday at 3 p.m. Moss Vale.— lot and 3rd Sundays in the month at 11 a.m. and Holy Communion ; every Sunday at 7.30 p.m. BondaN'OON.— 2nd and 4th Sundays in the month at 3 p.m. ; 5th Sundaya in tho month at 11 a.m. and Holy Communion. Exeteb — Wednesday (on or before full moon) 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 1 1 a.m.; Mount Ashby (St. Thomas) — Every Sunday at 3p.m. ; Yarrunga — Second Sunday in every month at 3 p.m. All seats are free. — W. A. Leooh, B.A. Holy Trinity, Berrima. Birrima, every Sunday at 11 ; second and fuurth Sundaya in tho month at 7. Rev. G. Sheppard, B,A.' Cr iss Roads, first nnd third Sunday at 7. ' 9i!gh Rangg, second Sunday at 3. Belanglo, fourth Sunday at 3. St. Stephen's,...

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Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 29 April 1892

Local aud C*eneralNews. Bowral Growing. — There aro at present twenty else new houses in tho courso of erection in and about Bowral. Back to School. — Tho public schools of tho dis trict were oDcned on Monday last, whon work was ' ' resumed after tho Easter vacation. At Robertson ''?j MissB. Graham commenced her duties as a pupil teacher in tho place of Mr. J. J. Armstrong, who has been tranoferrod to Cambewarra. Bowral Co-operative Store.— The second *? meeting of shareholders was held in the School of of Arts on Monday night, there being a good attendance: At tho previous meeting nominations were were received for tho directorate and ballot ? popera issuod to charehoiders, On Monday the ; result of the ballot wag announced, 62 out of 63 ??' shareholders voting. Mcasra. W. Jeffreys, A. Alcrow, O. P. Lav/, F. Riddles. C. Sto'tcs, and A. ? : Goodwin wero elected ay directors, and Mr. G. ' : Johnson au secretary. The rules of the company ? - * have been forwarded to tho Registrar of F...

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THE S.C. & W.C. CO-OPERATIVE COMPANY'S PRICE LIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 29 April 1892

THE S.C. & W.C. CO-OPERATIVE COMPANY'S PRICE LIST. Sydnoy, April 27th, £ s. d. £ o. d Bnttor (factory), per lb ... 0 1 2 to 0 1 3 Do. 1st quality (dairy) ... 0 10 Oil Do. 2nd „ „ ... 0 0 6 0 0 7 Bacon, hand cured ... 0 0 7 .0 0 7J Do. machiuecured ... 0 0 6 0' 0 6V Hams, hand cured ... 0 0 6 0 0 8 Do. machine cured ... 0 0 5 0 0 6 Cheese, 1st quality ... 0 0 4 J 0 0 5 Do. 2nd and inferior ... 0 0 8 0 o 4 Honeyperlb. ... 0-0 3 0 0 4 Pigs, each ... ... ... 0 15 0 1 15 0 Calves ? ... 0 5 0 0 15 0 Hides per lb. ... ... 0 0 1J 0 0 2J Calf skins, each ... ... 0 0 9. 0 1 9 Flour ? ... 0 0 0 13 5 0 Do. 2nd ... ... ... 0 0 0 12 0 0 Make, per bush ? ? 0 2 10 . 0 3 0 Wheat (chick) ... . ... 0 0 0 0 4 9 Barley (Eng.), per bush. ... 0 .0 0 0 3 6 Do. (Cape) .... ... 0 0 0 0 3 5 Bran ? ..., ... 0 0 0 0 1 2 Oata (seed) ... ... ... 0 2 9 0 2 II Do. (feed) ... ... ... 0 2 6 0 2 8 Onions, per ton — ... 4 5 0 4 10 0 Hay, oaten... ... ... 4'15 0 6 0 0 Do. lucerne O-O'O 0 0 0 Potatoos ... . . . ....

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Moss Vale Police Court. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 27. (Before F. R. Wilshire, P.M., and A. D. Badgery, J.P.) ASSAULT CASE.—CROSS ACTION.—ROWS ALL ROUND. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 29 April 1892

JSJoos Vale IPoMco €ouri. Wednesday, April 27. | (Before F. R. Wilahire, P.M., and A. D. Badgcry, | J.P:) I AK3AULT CAGE. —CROSS ACTION. — ROWS ALL ROUND. A lad named Danhl O'Brien, ago 15, a Vernon boy, onmmoncd Mr. Edward Stacrg, junr., for assaulting him in a public highway on Easter Monday. Tho defendant also charged O'Brien with using insulting language to him, tliuo provoking the assault. Prosecutor called as a witness John Goodfcllow, who deposed that ho was a tarm labourer living at Yurrunga. Ho know tho defendant, and remem bered seeing him on tho road last Easter Monday near where ho lived. Defendant jamo up and spoke to him while he was talking with O'Brien, asking him 'What'o the matter?' O'Brien had been accusing witness of being in tho row on Sunday night. Stagg said, 11 It'a just like that lot up there.' Ho thought that he referred to Mr. Hart's pcoplo. He heard O'Brien oay, 11 Like whoso lot ?' Stagg said, 'Goon now about your business, you lying young scamp. ' O'Bri...

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F. L. Barker & Co.'s Report. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 29 April 1892

1?. IL EBarlieir -S Oo.'s Kepoiri. Shoopskina : Quotations, best fiill-woolled 4d to 4Jd, medium 3d to 3Jd, eliorts 2d to ffjd per lb. Hideo : Markot cr^icr ; primo extra heavy weights 3d to 3Jd ; f;ood heavies 2jjd to 2.Jd, ordinary nnd oloppy heavies 2Jd to 2i]d, mcrlinm 2d to 2Jd, beat light weights 2£d to ordinary 2Jd per lb. Bark : Market unchanged. Best Southern chopped from £7 5/G to £8 0/G, medium qualitica £5 to_£0 15s., sup6rior £2 10a. to £4 15s, per. ton, Hair, Horns, aud Bones : Honso hair lSJd to 13^d ; cow hair (twisted) 7d to fljd, otumps 3^d to 4Jd ; largo hon:s 22/fi to 23/9. medium 10j. to JCa., email and tipa 1s. to'7/6 per 100 ;-shanI; bones £4 to £5 per ton ; lioofs £2, knuckles £4 to £5, common, bones £3 10s. to £4 33. per ton ; beeswax lOJd per lb. Piga : Owing to tho Northern district boats being dolayed through floods thoy all arrived in port with supplies for Tuesday's sale causing a glut, and as heavy oupplics wero advised for Wcdnciday'o sale, auotioneor...

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Chrysanthemum Show at Bowral [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 29 April 1892

ISIiE'ysaiiLtliieinwiiii Sflnow at HSov/nutt \ [Special Report.] / Genfe-of tho changing autumn, how beautiful yo are 1 Shiningfromyourglossy stems like manya golden star ; Yellow flowers of autumu, how beautiful ye aro 1 Shining from your glossy stems like many a golden star. , Campbell. All Wednesday morning the committee must havo worked hard in tho work of decorating tho Bowral School of Arts, in setting out tho flowers, aud in , making an effective display of the exhibits. Tho vigilant and courteoussccretary,MrBrownmuBtalso have worked hard, aud with the committee opared no pain3 in having the chief exhibits conspicuously arranged and everything set in order. That tho show was a pronouueed success is undeniable, tho only thing overlooked being the matter of wall de corations, which would havo added greatly to the effect. Down the centre of the hall was placed a number of exhibits, and some beautiful grasses hero showed well. At the entranco and on the stago some pot plants were...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 29 April 1892

A Cuffliay (Sffltsae. A few friends mot tho other night in a Newtown /'store to spend a joyial ovening, but aa they wero at} teetotallers and none of them dranlt anything stronger than Clements Tonio, drunkenness wao out of tho question, Mao proposed a game at euehro. and Jonea said thoy had hotter play for something just to give tho game an interest and make it lively, but times were hard, so thoy did not card to play for money. Smith, howofer, epied a box of Flotohor'a bilious and liver pills, and pro posod that oach time a man was beaten ho should take a pill, and thioxjnade tho gamo lively and tho fun was fast and furious. Simpson owaliowed five, Jones got away with four and Smith and Hopkins two eaoK- nnd Mao got off ucot frco. Tho game terminated by a general exodus at 3 a.m., for Dr. Fletcher's pillo novor labour in vaiu, They aro tho boat and mildest pills mado and are sold by all chemisto and druggists everywhere ; boing a posi tive, safe and reliablo euro for constipation,...

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Robertson. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 29 April 1892

\ nEobertson.. Tho monthly mooting of. tho School of Arts com mittee was held on Tuesday evening. There being present Messrs. R. G. Ferguson (President) W. and G, White, J. and J. Stone, H- Dennis, C. Stubbing8, aud M. D. Hus3ey (Sec.) Tho following accounts were passed for payment, E. Bursill 17/- W. G. Warby lla2d ; Argus and Robertson 103 lOd ; W* Dymook £1 8s ; Ball & Co, 4s ; C. Stubbing^ (Librarian) £2 103. Tho cecrotary stated that ho had not yotbeen able to forward tho neceaaary information a*ked for by government, but wa3 doing 60 thi3 week. A lettor wao read from tho Salvation Army, notifyiug the committee that the}' had taken another building to hold thoir meetings. Tho secretary then tondercd hia resignation, but would fill tho position till the. end of half year ; he had always tried to work for tho be3t interests of tho institution, but ho was forcod to tako this stop. The president regretted tho otep tho aecrotary had takou and hoped he would overlook everythi...

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A Universal Despotism. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 29 April 1892

A HMversp! Utespotasm. During tho pist ten years tho spirit of national freedom has extended its radial lines to all points of j the earth's circumference, and everywhere the aim and end has been upward and onward to the haven of Self-Government. With what terible import1 then comes the news that the Great White Czar — t.hnf. iviradnx of Northern Eurone. who orders the extinction of Millions of Subjects while he himself trembles at the unarmed Nihilist— has determined to restore Serfdom in tho Proviuces of Samara and | Saratoff, thus depriving 5 millions of the people of the little liberty they previously possessed. This happens too when tho Russian peasantry is suffer ing a famino, the dotaih end makeshifts of which read like an account of tho Plaguo in Londqn or a nhic description of tho sufferings of the Jews ag the Siege of Jerusalem, So at tho will of a despotic Crank the univcrso js to be put back 20Q years and Rucaia is to havo the Vassalage and Serf dom that Germany abolishe...

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SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 29 April 1892

[?] .. ) Mr. Jolin Dillon has otntoil that tlt-s Australian funds Gubscribnd on bohiilt' of t. , . Nationalist cmiso in Irolund bavo caas' I owing to tho ojhism in tho ranks of tho Iriijit party. It is reported that tho Russian Ambassa doy at Constantinoplo has notitiod Bulgaria^' v 1 can„ iiussia will cou'.muo to protoct Jj.uga- . I rinn rofugooa. Au rudinn 3 per cout. loan of £ {., 3 Qi3j-0C : - ! hao boon issued at n minimum o£ 0-i. . ---k A French sloop-of-v.-ar haa foundorod in ' ? tbo rivor O/niro, in Amiam. Thirty euldiora woro drownod, On Jloudp.y a doputation roprcsonting tho Nowapapor l'ro33 Association waited upon tho Poatmaator-Gcnoral in reference to tbo -,v propaaod imposition of a postugo duty ou ? ? ? papers pubhohod within tlio colony. Mr. ? ICidd, in roply, said I10 -\youM givo tho muttor ovory consideration from tbo point of vioiv m ' ? which tbo doputation had prosontod it'-to. 'V liim. 'The Cabinet haa under consideration n proposal to constitute a board for reo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 29 April 1892

^hc Scrutineer. TEKHS: Sdesobiption 2/6 per quartor prepaid; 3 /- if booked ; charged only from the tiroo of commencing. Quarters .cndMarch 31, Juno. 30, September 30, Becember 31, at which periods only can subsoribora declino by giving a week's notice ill writiug. dircct ' to the office— not through' a local collector— and paying to tho then running quarter. Advertisi}MEXT3— -ol less than one inch, 1/- lor the first two lines and 3il. per lino after; longer Advertisements, 3/- for tho first inch and 1/6 for pvery subsequent inch. A liberal reduction m,a.d,c lor suiniung o births, mairiagco, and dcath3, if sent by post, must ?! bo apfhentioated by the oignaturc of come pcraop jjMWtfflp tll^' dpico,' at l|ioy wj'jl bp Insoftefl. 'Advertisements will bo rccoivod up to u p.m. on ?' day' of publication. Tho numbor of insertions r fchduld' be written 'on tho face, or tho advertise ments will bo continued till countermanded. ''Order? for withdrawing altering, or changing advertisements' m...

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John Bull's Little Bills. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 29 April 1892

John Bali's MCtle EBills. It is said anything can be proved by figures and (hat the total of John Bull's yearly bill . for intoxicating drinks proves a great deal (observes a Loudon paper). It may bo diffi cult 10 realise the meaning of £132,000,000, tho amount which, in round numbers, John. . Bull spends on liquor, but it is quite easy to see that it represents eleven times as much . . as tho £12,000,000 spent in education. Tho outlay even ot-* bread, at £74,000,000, is little . more than a half, and milk, 01- buttei and cheese— articles which stand practically le\el as regards consumption —make a very ..bad quarter of tlio sum expended in liquor. Tea and codec, which, by the way, wo are gl id to remember, havo l eon going stead ly lip ( since these figuios were struck, stand sixth, and bousMioUl coal at about an eijjlth. Whatever 'individual views' may i.iitnr tained as to the iwetvsarjr lesi..!.-.tno inter. feronee with the liquor tt 1 e it mustbo jr obvieus to all that onr drink...

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The Household. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 29 April 1892

~ ? : Tho na«Ms«koi-i. . Save your apple-parings and cores, and make jelly from them. ' Boiled starch is improved by adding a little salt, or a 'little dissolved gum arable. Be careful where vou keeD vour flour. It : is more readily spoiled by odours than milk. Banana Ojieam — Mush in u bowl four ripe bananas, and beat till they are light. Wliip one half pint of cream till it is stiff;' add to the bananas, with sugar to taste and a little almond extract. Place in a glass dish and chill on ice. . Koumiss, ou Milk Wine.— One quart buttermilk, two quarts s./Fot milk, four tea spoons sugar. Mix the buttermilk and - sweet milk together, add the sugar and-stir till melted. Let it stand near the kitchen fire for twelve hours covered with n cloth, then bottlo. As it is au eDervescent drink, the corks must be tied down and tho bottles kept' on their sides. When tho koumiss is opened, it should be used. Beef Tea. — One half pound beet, two gills .water.- Cut the beef very small, put it into a...

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What People Say. S. C. REILLY, ESQ., MARRICKVILLE, N.S.W. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 29 April 1892

? What People Say. S. C. REILLY, ESQ., MARRICKVILLE, N.S.W. writes: ' Garner's Avenue, Mariiekville, N.S.W., X can with confidence bear testimony to the wonder ful efficacy of Clements Tonic. For yearn I have been periodically attacked, and a great sufferer from neuralgia and general debility, and anyone who has ever been afflicted with such nervous misery ' can form an idea ot what, i suticreu. j. liaa also chronic indigestion, general languid feelings and an utter disliko to exert myself. Tho neuralgia was bo Bevere that I havo paced the hall all night and the agony was so excruciating that X was almost out of my mind. I tried all so-called remedies, also galvanic treatment, which did no good. At last o friend recommended Clements Tonic, and I wa3 so miserable and disheartened that I purchased a small bottle and after tho second dose felt great raliof. I continued its uso and am thankful to any that after twenty-four houra tho pain had disappeared, nnd I waa free from the nervous ...

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No title CRICKET. BOWRAL ASSOCIATION v. MITTAGONG OUR BOYS. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 29 April 1892

CRICKET. Bowral Association v. Mittagono Our Boys. _ ; A return match wu played on tho GIolio wielcot, Bowral, on Saturday afternoon laot between tho above clubs, and resulted in an oaoy win for tlio homo team by 67 runs. W. Gloeeon captained tho Association and W. Loseby Our Boys. Winning tho toss, Gieeson elected to send hia mon to bat, and whon tho laot wicket fell thoy had put together 124. -The visitors then wont in. but wero unable to catch their opponents, and tho last wickot fell whon the ecoro had reached 57. Appended aro tho scores : — Association, J. Griffiths, c and b T. Dowling ... 67 F. Cope, c J. Looeby. b E. Locoby ... 22 E. Griffiths, 1 b w, b T, Dowling ... 4 F. Pain, b Dowling ? 2 W. Gieeson, oR. Loseby, bDowlinjj... 1 R. Cummins, o and b Dowling ... 0 R. Sneddon, e Rudland, b W. Loseby 7 H. Ellson, o Draper, b Dowling ... 3 J. White, o J. Loseby, b W, Loseby... G W. Brennan, b Dowling ? 0 H. Buckingham, not out ? 1 Sundries ? 12 124 Our Boya. W. Murray, b Brennan...

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Sanitary Matters at Berrima Public School. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 29 April 1892

Ss&iiltttffy EHcltteii's nit BasTioui PsmMIc Scliool We havo been requested to publish the following correspondence, received by Mr Wm. McCourt, M.P., for publie infor mation : — io!i,D\0pa-itr?cn.!; 0LPub'ic Instruction, Sydney, 12fch April, 1S9— — Sir, — I am directod to acknow ledee tho rccemt of vnm- telmnm -t m.. . ' instant, drawing attention to the condition of the water used at tho Berrima Public School and to the necessity for emptying tho closets. With reference thereto, I havo to acquaint you- that with a view to improving tho quality of the drinking water in the iron tanks it had been decided to disconnect them from the roof, and to fill them from tho well for which purpose a forc.o ,pump was to be supplied X' v[°)v- however, of your representations, to the effect that tho well water is contaminated by the drainago from tho closets the Architect has been - inatructed_ to dofcr t,ho carrying out of the works until inquiry has been made. He has also been requested ...

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Church Hymns. (To the Editor of the Scrutineer.) [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 29 April 1892

€liurcln Hymns. f To the Editor of the Scrutineer. J Sir, —The vicar aud ono or two people at St. John's Church of Englaud are agitating to change ' our present hymn book to tho ' Aucicnt and Mod ern ' book. At Mittagong on the contrary thoy are returning to tho same, book we have now at St. John's viz., the Hymnal Companion. What good is it all these changes in the church service ? One wants tn Rnmp hnlF n 1, .v t_ ? travelling about and would attend the Church of England- Our clergy ought to know that in the *' Ancient and Modern Hymn Boole there are hymns which savour of the Romish Church and most repugnant to protestants. There aro hymns to the virgin Mary and others to m irtyrs worded as no true protestant can swallow. The Preface of the prayer book records that there was of old ' great diversity 111 saying and singing in churches, somo following Salisbury use, some Hereford and some the me of Bangor, somo of York, some of Lincoln it was further ordered— ' now from henceforth a...

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EVENTS TO COME: ATHLETIC SPORTS. Sports at Bundanoon on Queen's Birthday. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 29 April 1892

MM- EVENTS TO COME : ? ATHLETIC 8POHT3. Sports at Bundanoon on Queon'a Birthday.

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