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

i SPORTING. ; ?' Seerelariii and other fomtrn residents of the different Idealities in xvhieh sports occur icill oblige by tending us particulars as early a- possible qfter tho several events .]

Publication Title: Scrutineer, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 29 April 1892

Certainly the best mcdicino known is SANDER and SONS' EUCALYPTI EXTRACT. Test its eminently powerful effecta in coughs, ecldo, in fluenza ; tho . relief is instantenous. Iu serious oases and accidents of all kinds, bo they wounds burns, ecaldings, bruises, sprains it is the safest I remedy — no swelling — no inflammation. Late | aupriaing effects produced iu croup, diphtheria, j bronchitis, inflammation of tho lungs, swellings, &c., diarrhcua, dyaentry, diseases of tho kiduoys and urinary organs. In uso at hospitals and clmicsall over tho world j patronised by His Majesty the King of Italy ; crowned .with medal and diploma tio Interuaitonul Exhibition, Amsterdam. Trust to an approved article and reject all others

Publication Title: Scrutineer, The
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Bundanoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 29 April 1892

nBuiMllffiiniooE. This littlo place is still quietly jogging along, nothing of any importance occurring this week to break the monotony. The visitors have nearly all taken their departure, oxcept ono or two who are brave enough to stop and see 'Jack Frost' make his appearance, bnt 1 suppose iu another week they will have doparted. Our station master has received orders to be m readiness to move when notified, which will be in a few days. As tho ro:noval will mean promotion, no doubt he is thankful to go. We wish him every success 1 in the tewn ho is going to, viz., Queanbeyan, where ho will no doubt make as many friends as ho will loavo behind in Bunda noon. Our old friend aud ons time night officer at Bundanoon, Mr. S. Nicholas, will tako Mr. Staf ford's place. He is at present located in Beecroft, near Sydney. r ? - air. W. A. Nicholas, our local medico, i3 to bo presented with a valuable clock from ono of bis patients, or, at least, tho parent of one, ho having cured a child that...

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

The First Use or Ay Umbrella. —For many centuries the umbrolla had been in common use in China and Japan before it was introduced into European oountriea. About 200 jouro ago it waB introduced into , London by Jonao Hanway, a benevolent and occentrio old gentleman. Whon he first raised his umbrella, ou a rainy day, he found . it of unexpected uso of keeping off a shower of stioks aud atoneo, with whioli tbo street boya poltod him. For o long while it was : oonsidored offominoto nnd ridiculous to ueo an umbrolla. WHY C^MAQKl ©HAP Deafness, Head Noises, Discharges, fie., no mattes of how long standing, completely and permanently cured by the new and entirely successful Electro Medication Treatmer»\ Self-applied and Painless. Eor-dniinDiJot at oU accessary. Advice and pamphlet Tree from Professor Harvey, 145 Collibf Street East, Melbourne. Magnificent testimonials. N.B.— -Professor Harvey's Electric Head BatH v U the only one patented throughout the World. Factory Butter Market —Tho Pr...

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Rifle Shooting. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 29 April 1892

n&ifle gbootiug. The monthly shooting of the Moss Vale Boserres took place On their range on Saturday and Wed- ? nosday last, and resulted as follows : - yd™, yds! H°P. ™. Pze, G-. Gissitig ... 32 32 4 68 20s J. Wotton ... 23 24 14 61 15s G. Bailey ... 20 24 6 -59 10s C.Taylor ... 26 27 5 ' 58 5s H. Richardson ... 30 20 6 '56 5a Fi Wotton 27 - 24;,. .5.. 56 5s D. Clifford ... 23 15 '18 ' 56 H. G. Lambert... 30 24 0 ? 54 W. Jones ... 19 ; 24* 10 f '53 J. L. Varloiv ... 24 4 - 18 '5 1 '47 W.Wallace 14 15 16 45 W.Bell ... 10 ' 20 . 14 44 T. Conlon ... - 14 .19 11., 44 J. Taylor ... 15 ' 17, ' 12' ' 44 S. E. Radford ... 11 11- 18 40 F. Bray ... 15 19 5 39 G. Lee ? 3 14 21 38 H. Wiles ... 0 6 21 27 J. Viles ... 5 0 14 19 Ttie other handicaps are H. Coleman, ,H. E. ICater, 1 ; H. Jervis, 5 ; ,J. Watts, 10; E. Stager, 11 ; J. Scroggie, 12 ; J. Wade, F. Liuklater, W. Turner, 14 ; C. Oliver, L. Samuel, H. Bailey, 15 j F. Morrice, 16 ; L. Leurey. 17 ; E. J. Barcroft. F. I Throsby, J, ...

Publication Title: Scrutineer, The
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What is a Model Wife? [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 29 April 1892

What us su snntHcn Wife? A moflo] wife, nays tho Ladies' Some Journal is tho woniar* in whom tho ! cart of hor husband doth pafoly trust. Sho ia tho ivomon who loo1cfi-it-fif hia household, and makes her hospitalitv a delight to him, and not n burdon. Who has loiraod that a soft «. answer will turn away wrath. Wiio keeps herswoefesfc omiloa and most loving wor-sa for hor husband. Who ia his confidant in Borrow or in jov, and who doos not foel the nooessity of explaining hor pri.vato at?airs to the neighborhood. Who rospec.ts the rights of husband and children, and in return has due rogard paid to hop. Who knows 4bat tho atrongoot argument ia hor womanli ness, nn.1 SO oho cultivates it. 'Who is eympnfho;ia in joy, or in pl'lof, nnd finds work for hor hnnds to do. Who Diokoo friends nnd keeps them. 'Who is not ma^C bittor by trouble, but who atrengthons and sweetens under it. 'Who tries to conceal the faults of hor husband rather than blazon them forth to an unintere3ted public. The w...

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Moss Vale Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 29 April 1892

. EJoss Vale E3unicipaE (Council. A meeting of thiD council Y7ti3 hold on Monday evening Imt, tho Mayor (N. H. Thro.iby, Esq ) prciidinj. Alro present Aldermen Adnmo, Cnlleu, (joodridgc. McGregor, Riolmrdoon, IJoso, Taylor, an I Young. . The minutes of tlio opeoial meeting of Friday wcra read and cuii/inned. A.noiiH tne currestiuimunuu »« » »»» ? A. Morgan, Secretary of the Municipal Association, as' follows I am directed to i;ay, in reply to your inquiry of the 2-lt!i March to tlio Committee of tliio Association aro of the opinion that tho owner on the banks of a running otrcam cannot claim compensation for water taken therefrom iu tho way you propose. If you were to propose damming tho stream abovo him co as to stop hit* water supply it would be a different matter. Aid. Taylor said tint this wao not an answer to tho question lie put to the Council. Tho Mayor utatcd that when ho wa3 in Sydnoy lie bad gone to tho trouble to ask Mr. Darling him self if tho council could take tho wate...

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THE WISE CACKLE OF A CHICK. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 3 May 1892

THE WISE CACKLE OF A CHICIC. Backward, turn baclcv/ard, oh time, in your flight; Make mo an egg a^aiu, clean, nmootb, and white— I'm homesick and lonely, nnd lifo'a but ft dream, I'm a poor chicken born in a hatching machino. I Compelled In this cold world to roam. No mothor to shottcr, no plnco to call home, No mother to to a eh mo to -;c-atch or to cluck, I cftn hardly tell whothsr I'm vhlckcn or duck.

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Select Poetry. WE MIGHT HAVE BEEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 3 May 1892

| / ' Sciccfc Poetry. j WE MIGHT HAVE HERN. v Wo might have been— but tbc3o nro common words, . r i4Antl yot thoy m.ilro the num of lifo'u bcwmling, * '. 'Thoy nrptlioccho of tlinso linoi'olionln. Whoso muafo wo deplore, when unavailing. Wo might havo beftd 1 r ? Lifo UnowctU noliUu tnhcry.-tho rcat Are attiglo corrowa ; but in thio nro blended. All sweet emotions that disturb tlio breast, 1,1 Tho light that ones waa lovcliunt in c»'lctl. Wo might have been ! . Hcnccforth, bow much of tho full heart must 1)6 v .' . A soalcd book, at who.ic oouteut3 wo tremble ; A still voieo inutttcra [mM our misery, Tho worat to benr bccnuco it must tliaacmble. Wo might have been I

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 3 May 1892

Pilo^OQDApiTT.— Mr, _Slborfc/ tho; well-known photographer,' v?boso ropatatlon; forw over thirty yoars has c3tabli8hcd him n fovorittf, ia now at Bowral, v/hcro ho hao crcotcd,. at cyczt oxpenso, a otudro, T/htch eHl enable ?iira to. turn out work ? superior to anything in tho (I?-*riot. 4 JEvcrybody iq- invited to hh ntudio ; to ' fur them* sclvca. Satiufnction 'cuarr.n'cwca, Photoa taken ^ by inntantancouo proccca. AH beautifully ! enamelled, ond thereby prevented from fading. 1 Sydney priccs. ITo phot:,^. named John * Small, Henry Hay; or Wiiliam Jgc!:lou io in ^ i.iy! ci.iploy.'o} iu ;.;iy way connected with my c firra. ^10 iJ\;ard v.ill bo paid for information □i any photogi'.ipiici' obtaining money or work in my naino, noft legally authorised. Printed form of reeoipt can at tjcd pn.aofy yon.— C.'A. Sibort, photographer, Moaa Vale. * Hcad'ijuartora, Bowral. c — Advt, . O^rt'Jnly tlio boat medicine - !:nown io SAWDEjH nd SOUS' UUOAL':;PTI EX'JRAOT. Teat it3 sminently pov/orful e...

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WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 3 May 1892

[?] ? Moss Valo 3— Rov. pombr.

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PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 3 May 1892

{.'? T'^EDBXTSEIAH.. Not rceeivedi ? : f.-, ? -;-nA

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Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 3 May 1892

Locul ami ticneral News. Suit against a Borocoh Council.— Mr. T). H. Lockard, Auburn-street, Goulburn has, through ? Messrs. Gannon nnd Thomas, issued a writ against that Borough Council elaiiniug £1000 dainiges for ? illegal distress for water rates. Wo understand that tho rates in question had hecu paid. . Odititaky. — Wo regret to have to report the V' death ot a young mail nameu ueorgo naniey, ngeu nineteen, which too!; placolit his father's residence, near Marulan, early ou Frid ly niorning. Deceiscd was well liked nnd very highly respected, and much oympathy is felt for Ilia relatives. , Revision op the lOr.iK.-roRAL Rolls.— Our readcu should noto that a Court for the revision of tho Electoral Rolls for the Mps-j Valo and Berrima portiou of tho Caimlcn electorate, will bo held at the Court House. Moss Vale, on Wednesday. .tV£M|o 11th' of May,. 1892. Also that a similar for the revision of tho Maviilan portion ,'~..fpi»tho A*gyk Electoral list will be held at tho i it House, Ma...

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CATHOLIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 3 May 1892

CATHOLIC. 15o:3 Valo 9.T!0 a.m. and 7,30 p.m. ; Satton For ca 11.— J. Walsh, '? ? ? ' -j

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Moss Vale, Sutton Forest, and Bundanoon Parochial Association. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 3 May 1892

Moss Vnl®. SuMon Forest, nnd DSnntlnnoon IP.iirocMiil Assoclm tion. ANNUAL MEETING, Tho second annual meeting of the above association wasjhold in tho Oddfellows' Hall, Moss Vale, on Friday evening last. The front of the stage of the hall wa? nicely decorated with bunting and flowers and the proceedings opened with prayer. The annual report presented bythocommit tee regretted that the past year had not been aa great a aucoess as tho preceding one. During tho year tho Rev. Geo. Middleton resigned the living, and the Rev. A. G Stoddart was appointed to the incumbency and bncamo the second vice-president of tho association. At tho commencement of their term oE office, tho ommitteo elected M-. Herbort Badgory and Mr. David Clif ford, on tho recommonda'ion of the vice president, to the offices of secretary and treasurer, and these gentlemen continued to held office until October, when they were succeeded by Messrs. Blomfield and Row. Meetings of the three divisional committees wore held ...

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 3 May 1892

CHURCH OF EIIGIA1TD Srrro:,- Fojiest.— lot and 3rd Sundays :n tho month at 3 p.m. ;2nd and 4th Sundayo in tlio month at 11 a.m. aml lloly Communion ; fith Sunday at 3 p.m. Mosj Vall. — 1 r.t nnd iird Sundays in tho month at 11 a.m. r.nd Holy Communion j ovory Sunday at 7.S0 p.m. Bdndanoou.— 2nd and 4th Sundays in tho month- at 3 p.m. ; 5th .Sundays in tho month at 11 a.m. aud Holy Communion. Hxeteu — Wednesday (on or boforo full ? moon) 7,30, HoLLYTiroiiPK (Crons Roads— Thursday (on or bo foro full moon) 7.30 p.m.,— Rov, A; G. Stoddart; . Bong Bong (Christ Church) — Divinu Service every Sunday morning at U a.m.; Mount Aoliby (St. Thomas) — Every Sunday at 3p.m.. ; Yarrunga — Second Sunday in ovory mouth r.t, 3 p.m. All ccsta cro free.— W. Lioca, U.A.' - Holy. Tiiinitv, Bi-.p.T'.ima. . Bsrrima, ovory Sunday at 11,; cccond and fuurth Sundayo in tho month at 7, Jtov. G. Sheppavd, B,A. : Cr ins Roads, urr.b and third Ciinday at 7. ;2!gh R^iifpj :.ec jnd Suud.;y n'j C/ . i Bolanglo, four...

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Ministering Children's League [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 3 May 1892

EnEiniLaiiepmK (Dhlltoen's ILengnc , A tnoijSing of tho members and associates of the )jop£ Bong branah of the Ministering Ohildreii'o League was held at Mrs. Blom field'o'tToas Valo, on Thursday afternoon ? Tim P V/- A. Lsech, hon. secretary, pro sided, ,nnd thorn woro preoonfc, Urn. Blomfield and children, Miss Reynolds, Mro. T-T H. Throsoy, tho Elia'os Thrnsby, Tilr.s. and Miss WqUoi'.3, .Mrs. and tho Mioses luodlicot', M rs. and. Mica Bridges, Me'a. nnd 'Miss Leioh. Mrs. LTurray. the Mioses Vilos, the Misses Smith cud Mr. Town. Eiisa Reynolds pre sided at tho piano and theprocoo lings ;oj e led with a hymn nnl the prayer of the league . Tho Gnairman statad that during the year oar £90 had passed through tho branch and thoro had .been an expenditure of about £10 or £11 iu oScess of their income.; This was due in a measure to. their financial expecta tions not -boing realised, and the ft_ot that several sufxering petsot-3 had been brought up from Sydney late in the season. He said...

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F. L. Barker & Co.'s Report. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 3 May 1892

I?. IL. Kni'Iseii' -S (Do.'s ESepoi'i : Sheepskins : Market brisk, all' descriptions meet, ing with ready sale ; best full-woolled from 4Jd to 4Jd, medium growth 3Jd to 4Jd, shorts 3d to25d, weovily nnd broken shorts 2d to 2}, greensltinn 22d to 40d,- pelts fld tol8d. Hides : Market easier to tho extent of J of a penny per lb. on all descriptions ; quotations : extra prima and very heavy weights 2Jd to 3d ; good heavies 2|d to 2}d, ordinary and sloppy heavies 2}'l to 2Jd, medium 2d to beat light 2Jd to 2^d per lb. Bark : Market unchanged. Best Southern chopped from £G to £7103, medium qualities £4 10a to £5 17/6. inferior £2 15s. i-o £4, Huir, Hnrns, and Bones : Market active for all descriptions. Horso hair lid to 13^d ; cow hair (twisted) GJd to 84-1, stumps 2Jd to 5] il per lb..; largo horro 20s. to 30/G, extra large to 34s. pel-, 100, medium 7/9 to 17s.. small and tips Is. to 5/6| . utiSlik bono3 4/6 to 5s., Unncklcs 4/0, hoofs 23, ccmiinoii bones £3 17s. to £4 3s. Gd por ton. -...

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Mittagong Tug of War and Athletic Sports. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 3 May 1892

saittHgonRTn# of Wnr onii Athletic : Sports. «... I A tug of war coatcst of £15, combined with athlctic sports, was held on tlio Athletic Club groun-lo on Saturday last. Tlio weather wes vory uufavor.tblo, iv.ia fall tug (luring the greater part of tlio (Uy, which doubtloaa prevented many persona, particularly from the outside districts, from attend ing. Towards evening, howover, the {raiti-clouds faded away and the aun peeped out again, and al* though it waa oomowhat chilly, and damp under foot, .it was a considerable improvement on tho former part of the day. The attendance numbdrcd about 'zvv porsoua. Tho Mittagong Brass Band, under the leadership of Mr. Vincont, enlivened the proceedings im measurably by. discoursing popular inucio at inter vals throughout the day. A fruit stall, &c., on the ground did fairly well. Tlio gentlemen who formed the committee in organising and carrying out the sports were Messrs. J. Napier, J. Moses, I. Mo3ca, Iv. S. Mandelson, John Lojeby, a...

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Mittagong Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 3 May 1892

E3ii6iinr;®a« rJaiuSciipal GoanacM Tho fornigUtly meeting of tlio above wan hold on Wodnoaday evening Inst. Preoent — tho Mayor (Aid. Riohardo), and Aid. Mealing, Middloton, Larkin, Dawson, Draper, Vilea and Snowdon. COnnESPONDESCE. From Mr. K. Saunders, Pyi'ir.ont, respecting tho ntrcet botweon tho property of 1...V. Wiiito r.nd that of'tho writer, whioh tho former \vaonnxiou3 to havo jponcd. ? He aoucd that tlii3 vrcrl: be completed. On the motion o£ Aid. Vilea und iinov/don it wac locided that the letter bo referred to tho committno }ppqlntc4 tq inijmra irjtrj tho mat|;er. From Mr. \V. Llucispetli, Mitt:'-;png, (]r.r.vinf; at: tention to tho. fact that in consequence of tho torma- ? tion of tho ctreot fronting tho (Jommorejal bank it caused the water in wot weather to dum up in front -jf hio prcmisoj, end proved detrimental to his buoi oeos. Ho asked that tho mattor bo cttended to. — Etoferred to tho Worlio Committee. From 'Mr. Jno. Whito, Victoria House, rcquent ing thp remoyal ...

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