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Wingecarribee Athletic Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 3 May 1892

WiBgccijmtoee ' Afcfilctic Club. A meeting of residents interested in the above was held at Murphy's Hotel, Wild's Meadow, on Tim slay evening hut, for the purpose of miking arrangements for holding athlctic sports at Wild's Meadow, on Queen's Birthday. Mr. Chas. Tildsley (President of the Club) presided, and the following iicutlcmen were present— Messrs. J. T. Hayter, B. Mullin, M. Kerwick, J. Kenny, H. Burr, M. J. Seery, J. R. Tindalc, M., P., S., and J. Bresoahan, j F. L. Breakwoll, E. Moses, G. Lefevre, L- E. Ball, J. M nri'lc, K.-Oarrick, and. P. Murphy. ; Minutes of last mooting were read and confirmed. Mr. U. Mullin, treasurer, stated tlmt they had a balnnco of 30/« in hand after all dobt3 were paid. Mr..Ei Blencpwo's resignation of t|ie Gecret aryship was accapted. Mr. James Kenny waa appointed to act a3 secretary until after the 24th May, with Mr. M. Kerwick ao joint secretary. A hearty vote of thanks was accorded Mr. E. B!cnco7.'cfor his past valuable services as secretary...

Publication Title: Scrutineer, The
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Price of Milk at Bowral. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 3 May 1892

IPdco ©ffJulCs nt ISowpgII. I (To tho Editor.) I Sin,— 'X notico in tholaot inauo of tho Scrutineer an intimation that tho milk vondoro of Moao Valo havo arranged to raioo tho prico of mill: to throoponcn por quart from lot. Llay. In Bowral tho prico wao rainod about two montho ago to fourponco por quart, and haD remainod at that ovor oinco. Tho working mon of Bowral ronent tho high prices chargod for provioionc and alothing, nnd will shortly open a Oo-oporativo atoro to protoot thom selves from tho oxtortionato char, Ton of tho otorokeopora, who by inoioting on ouch rediculouoly high prices for thoir waroa, nro oimply driving tho residents of Bowral to get thoir ctoroa dircct from Sydnoy, or from Mittagong or Mono Valo whoro prices nro ia many inatancos twonty five per cent lowor. Would it not pay some enterprising milkman in Moao Valo or Mittagong to opon an ogonoy in Bowral and coll milk at thrcoponoo per quart ? If como ono with tho noconaary capital would do thin ho would comma...

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

ml mum, : . ^.XJOTZOISI-TEJSE?,, WILD 8 UEADGV/ AIID HOBERTSOU, ARE Prepared to conduct Saleo in any part of tho Diatrict. : JI4M1IIN -M.' 'EMDUECEHSj -Cz -Do., Auctioneers and Property Agents, Valuators, &c., ? THE HART, B0T7EAL 3D. ClilPPORU, ; Anationeer, Houoe, Land, & Estate Agent SALKS .Conducted throughout the District. ''Agent ^ for Fire, Life anil Stock liaurance ? Companies. . . .Argyle, SftFCctt- SSq&b: ^Tafle. ALFRED L. SMITH. : . (Lato HENRY L; SMITH,) 6 0 MM I S S J OM A & E N2,' and'-. ' ' K GENERAL PRODUCE MERCHANT, COMMERCIAL SCORES, 118 and 120 Sussex-street, Sydney. QLEY : BROTHERS* : ' COMMISSION AGENTS and PRODUCE ? ? ? MERCHANTS, . 113 and 112 SUSSEX-STREET, ; SYDNEY. - A IX' Consignments received under Personal Super ' riaion and Ready Sale at Highest Market Price .. Ojtaroiitocd. : Aoeoaut Sales rendered promptly, and fli^eial Attention given to tho return of empty j. paikhgw. ?EeapB.otfnily- Solicited- - I \ ! 1 ^ - j ? . &...

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The Scrutineer. TERMS: [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 3 May 1892

^hc Scrutineer. TEEMS: Subscription' 2/6 per quarter prepaid ; &/? if bookfcd ; charged only from tho timo of commencing. Quarters cud March 31, Juno 30, September 30, JDecemW 31, at which periwig only carvsubocnher* techno by giving a weeVn nntico in writing diroct to the ofDcc— not ' through n local collcctor— and DRTins to tho then riinnmrr quarter. Advittisbmunth — ot Icaa than one inch, !/? tor the first two linos nnd 3d. per lino after ; longer advertisements, 3/- for the first inch and 1/G for every subsequent inch. A liberal reduction nt.'»de fop standing advertisements. Advertisements o births, mai riagco, nnd deaths, if nont by post, must he authenticated by tho signature ot cofne person known at tho office, or they will not bo inserted. ' Advertisements will bo rccoivcd up to G p.m. on day of publication. Tho number of insertions should, bo written ou tho faco, or tho advertise ments .will 1)3 continued till countermanded. Orders for. withdrawing, altering, or cha...

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

Special A«lw®i?i?Dncma0iiaia. TTSiciiiiwr MOSS V \ LE, CTphoInteror, Froncli Polish or, Picture Itaimer. Cc. A LARGE Stock of Furniture, Bedatcado and Bedding, Carpets, Matting, Linoleum, Door . Mats, &c.i alwayo on hand. bprmg Holler nml Venetian Blinds, made r.ml fitted or repaired. COIMERGIAl BANKING COMPANY. ?i, Established 1S35. Incorporated IG'3. Hoad OQco : Gi:oiuir. Sim:i:r, Syii.skv. ? o ? CAPITAL ? fiGOO.OOO BESEBVJE FUIJD ? ^GVO.OOO Rkservk for Equalisation or Dividends ? £100.000 Monoy reooivoJ at Intcru.it nnd nil other uaual Banking Buoincca transacted. E. EVERARD ROW, Manaof.u, HOSB VALE BEAIJCIL W, H. PALING & C07 1 ; 3EdIIEC:E'E?I3KD. Established 1853. I.n'coju'o.iai'kd 1833. Solo Agents for PIANOS by Stoinway, nnd Sons, Julius Feurich, Ucbol nml Lechloitcr, Carl Eolie, Tlio Victor, Tho Hulling ; nnd for tho world-renowned ESTEY ORGANS and Boonoy'o Braos Band Instrument:). Univnrsal Providcraof PIANOFORTES. ORGANS. MUSIC, nnd MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS of E...

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Unclaimed Letters. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 3 May 1892

' l?nclniinc(H -OiOttcra. i * The follow ing unclnimcd lcttGi'3 uro now Jying at the Goneiul i'ojt- .OfRcc, and may bo bad on application. Partico claiming ure tcq«nytf;d to ^ivo tin; coitco number of letter, with date (1;_- ^liuoh, 1892) and nuin ber (0) of List in which ilicn* nnmoGOCCur . LETrnrw Fno:r I'lac::;; 3-i:vo::n tiik Colohy. . 107. Booth R.-T.( Sutton frorcat .? ' 25 I'erguso:), button -? . .--* ' i k 2% ranmiiis ? ? :? . . - lb T: fi Mj It r 'c -3 i 2J JtuKin C u , i Uw a ?- i S' 4l Johnaen Jehu. ^ » ' : - : N j CO-Johnson i'M i\Iocn Valo ?r-H-'.. . 8 Mackenzie Mtu., Muss Val^v. 210 Milh P'ioi , 1 o roi ^ ; ::-,^2D.;Mit iilu , i Vale t i 0 . O'Brien M , rhttif,o ig ? et ' 70 rnce Ail., Mittngong ' . ?!?- 7 paiLiu & i h, Mo e Vole4 I * ♦ 9 Saulo Jns.v Sutton Forcflt -?) ' ' - 42 ThOihpson A thur, Bowrat' * I r: ^72 Tootli R J t Bov. ral CoUNTRV LETTERS. ' ? J2-4 Andurflon Mr., Bswrnl i j . ; ' 60 Ranks \V-., i-ro3aVnle . 136 Bnolnw Mrs. J. M., Bowral (2) ? ' JuG...

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Advice to [?]pers (To the Editor). [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 3 May 1892

'«« Mv-Css 4o dooljoepops (To the Editor J Sn*-— -A fpw wooks ago I road a para graph in your paper about boo farming, j Bend you a few lines whioh may bo of valuo to, beekeepers if you care topublioh it.— j Yours. &6 , ? W. CRAWFORD, | j Italian Boo Apiary. Wingello. 2ftli April i092. j .The best way to raico largo crops of ? honey and provent tho inoreoao of colonies ?when not required is— (1) When tho honey flow commences ' bop that your bees have plenty of room by adding ouporo ' with empty oombs or full sheets of foundation, and extract \7hon roady,f but ' don't keep them waiting for want of room ; (2) when n swarm issues hivo tho owarm into an ompty hivo with frdraos and guides of foundation exactly asi£ it wore intondod to -bo kept, ; and place it near tho old colony in 48 houro, shake all tho beoo iu front o! tho old colony, and let them run in. Tho combs that have Ijeon built in tho meanwhile will nover come amiss, and tho few ejrgH laid will hurt nothing. It would ...

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Church Hym[?] (To the Editor of the Scrutineer.) [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 3 May 1892

? GJfosinrck tiyiijiiEia. ??-;?. (To the Editor of the Scrutineer.) V;.Bir;.'—JLno letter ?rchicli -appeared in your issue of last Friday ovor tho pi^naturo ' True Uhurohman' contnino co many mioatatomouta and auoh .grooq jjorvoroiono of tho truth that I havo deoidod f'or onco to dopart from my rule not to noticb ononymouci ofruoiono, and to espoqo tho ovidont attempt to cow (Uncord in tho pariah. 1. Tho Vicar and ono . or two people aro not agitating to chango our present hymn book to tho Ancient and Modern book. No agitation whatofor ia in tjAiumuuu in tuu mina or your eorroa ( pondont. The vicar did not ovon introduce the subject. _ I am the terriblo oulpiit, but I started no agitation. I did nothing in ooorot. On .the Contrary I brought tho matter forward openly lot diocuooion ot tho Eaotor meeting, aud oven thon agreed to, nay, aloo ouggoatod, a postponement of the diecuooion to a largor and tnoro reproaontotivo mooting of tho pftriahionci'o. The following oiroum otances wore t...

Publication Title: Scrutineer, The
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Publications Received. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 3 May 1892

DpnM5ca65ffli:g C2eeslve4!. ; Tho Agricultural Gazette for 'March has reached ub; It contains various articles upon matters per* tainini t.o the farm, orchard, and garden, As the result of an nrgent nppoil for advertisements, we notice that tlio public ition is varied this issue with a half-page display^ advertisoment of a eeo.t firm Seeing that the price paid for this would bo lean than £3 (in all probability), and that tho depart mont have expanded considerably moro thin that sum in advertising for the same in the Sydney papers, Govcrnmont advertising business is quito a frost. ^ Firms, iu Sydney arc very keen. judges of m,k 1 V £00(* oiedium for advertising nowadays. The Government printer of New Zealan 1 has sent us a copy of the ;'Crown Lands Guide' for that country, comprising full information to persons thinking of taking up land there. Tho term, and conditions on ? which land can bo obtained and the character and locality thereof aro given. A brief general description of lan...

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Kangaroo Valley. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 3 May 1892

KisngKiroo V-.u31ey. . Tho Committee appointed to cany- out Sports on Queen's Birthday docided to hold hack races and a tug-of-wnr, on the' race oourse. For thn latter contest the prinoipal prizo is fixed at £10. Tho programme and other arrangements will bo made this f Mon day) evening. . Mr. P. Donnelley, will act as Hon. Sec. in connection with the'races, and Mr. W. J. Napier will act on .behalf of fne tug of-war fcom whom all information dan be obtained. May 2nd.

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 3 May 1892

. _ ORIGINAL COHRESPOnDEHGE distinctly w.dcrstooi thai wi do not tihchfarity identify aurcchcn with opinions ; expressed ly curr-s8pimdci-ts.~\ . ,

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

TMFPUJn),{?D,'lt Moss Vale; in Anrll 26th,' by 4iblf ?f J?y'rr' 0nv ?,c? B«» 0»lf.no branfl vlaible. If not released will bo oold May io. R. VIIjES, Poundkeop'er'.

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

SPORTING. Secretaries and other known residents of the different Idealities in which uports occur will oblige by sending us pirtienlars as early ti» possible of tit » tho several events.] ,

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Roads and Bridges. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 3 May 1892

?' nuojuls anfl-Ei'fldges.'' ; . Thoracis a ouni i of about £200,000 .-which the' Government must provide for in addition to the expenituro prop'er for tho year, anil, says the Freeman's Journal, nil that Mr. Lyno Ii03 on hisud to meot tho demand is £13, 497, 4s id. Thio is a loyoly state. of affaira indeed. ? It meano that when winter io iu full awing ooino country towno: will ho placed in a veritable qtato -of siege, ao all trafllo must bo ouspended on necount of tho disgraceful otato of tho roado. and, woroo than all, valuable lives will bo sacrificed by persons attempting to ford owollcn streams which should have been f,nannc.-l by bridges long ago. Meantimo, however, it may consolo our nr.fortunato country cousins to know, that tho Public Works Committco members have decided to sit thrco timc3 a week for tho small re muneration of £2 2s a sitting for each prvato mem her aud £3 3s for tho cliairmon, and no enthusiastic are thoy over promoting tho public welfare that not a oinglo...

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

Legal BtiEvmr.s. — A bill dated on Sunday is void. A bill obtained by fraud, or from one intoxicated, is void. If a bill be lost or ,... stolen, it does not release the maker ; he must pny it. An endorser is exempt from linbi.ity, if not served with notice of its dishoi.our within 24 hours of its non-payment. Bills bear interest only when so stated. Princi pills are responsible for their agonts. Ea':h individual in partnership is responsible for the whole, n mount ol the debts of the firm. A verbal contract for'nioro than one year is' void. Tgnorancn of tlio law excuses no one. r It 5S afriiml to conceal it fraud. It is illegal tocirap utid ' fo ony. The law compels no one . to do impossibilities. An agreement without consideration is void. Signatures in v lead p^ii'cil':uo good in law. A receipt for i * money is rtot'-lefcally conclusive. The' acts of ' one partner bind all the o lirrs. Con ructs, made mi Stii n.'l . y ?s.-m m»t he miforerd.'' A contract nude wi'.li-n minor is «oid...

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

Robertson. Fauewell-Sehhoi,-;— The RbV J. Colwell will prpaoh his, farewell sermon on Sunday evening next. - Concert, —On the following, evening the Rev. gentleman intends holding a sacred concert in the cbnrch. The choir, are practising several pieces for the occasion. Several ladies and centlomen have also promised their assistance. The - admission will be free, but a collection is to bo taken :up to he devoted, to the purchasing, of some more tune Books and tracts. Bible CLa.98. — A bible class has been formed with tho resident minister as Superintind- ont. Agricultural Society.— Tho last meeting of.'the old committee ef the Agricultural Society will be held on Thursday evening, tho annual meeting the following Thurs* day. Winter. — has now fairly arrived, the weather bein^attimes very cold with piercing winds. Milk to tho factory has greatly deoreased during the pnst fo^ days. ?'

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Failure of Class Legislation. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 3 May 1892

Failure off (DDnsn UiB,';5alatl6n. flo the Editor.) v Sin, — Tlio complete failure of class logis'a tion is sliown not only by tlio results of tlio late elections in Victorin, but nlso by the t olmngo of public opinion in thin colony. ? Tlie ' luboiir parly' movement Ima ended in i- smoke, after tho Cushion --f f.U [scheme:; which liHTe for thoir objcct tho political intere3to of. n section of tho community only, r.nd electora nra beginning to cso that if wo aro to havo efficient legislation, v.'o must Imve parliamentary representatives uninfluenced by the four of losing their oularies ;i3 meinbera of tho Lagialntive Assembly. Hint fear, contemptiblo us it io, form'i thn lnnh \v,th which ovon o weal: njininlry c .n I;eop even a hostile majority in subjection, nnd prevent tho passing of measures ovon absolutely necessary. Y/hcn the National Association took the field, it simply anticipated the present condition o£ public feeling, of which it has bocomo the - ^gular exponent. But the ...

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EVENTS TO COME: ATHLETIC SPORTS. Sports at Bundanoon on Queen's Birthday. CRICKET. ROBERTSON v. EAST KANGALOON. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 3 May 1892

EVENTS TO COME : ATHLETIC SPOUTS. Sports at Bundanoon on Qucon'a Birthday. ORICKET. ' Robeutgok v. Bast Kanqaloon. A criclret matcu wao pnyoa ut avinguioon on Saturday Inst between a aecomj cloven of tho Robartson C C. und tho Bast K ingaloon club, rooulting in n win tor tho former team in tho first inuinga by 10 runs. For the winner A. Foiat mado 23, and A. Akers mado a good score of 44 for tho losors. In tho occond innings tho winners made 136 for tho loss of 5 wickots. Feint mak'ng 93, not out. Appended aro tho scores : — Robertson, —First Iunings, ' A. Feint, c Graham b Wills ? 23 C. Stubbinga, c Pollard b Akers ... 12 J. Anderson, b Akcrs ... ... 0 A. Humphries, b Akers ...' ... 7 P. Huyucs, c Akers ;b Wills ? 9 W. Akers, h.o.w., b Akers ... ... 2 S. ffiiidinarah, liAksru . ... ... O J. Parmcntor, not out . ... 9 .T. Eyeara, b Piper ..., : .... 0 J. Thor[ o. b Piper ... . , .3 A. Graham, b Piper ?' 2 Sundries . ... .10 Total _ ... . '... y :...'. '^86 K ingajoori.— First Inning...

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FOLEY BROS.' PRICE-LIST [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 6 May 1892

FOLEY BROS.' PRICE-LIST Sydney, May'4th £ a d . j i. i Butter, Factory, per lb ... 0 ' 0 -0 to 0 1 3 Butter, Dairy ... ... 0 0 0 ; 0 '1 A1 Bacon, hand-cured ; ...~V0 0 '8}' ' 0 o f74 Chocso .. ... ... ^0 0-; 5J' 0..:0^ 6ft. Rggs,perdoz. ... t..'*0 MO' '0 2 0 Pigs, peril) ? o 0 4 - 0 0 4ft Calvoa, each ? ? 0 '5 O- 1 5 ~0 : Honey, per lb ... ... 0 0 3 V ' 0 0 4 Fowls, per pair ? ? 0 2 6 0 ' 3 0 Bucks ? ? 0 ? 2 s G«; 0 3 0 Gccso ... ? 0 5 0 0 G 6 Turkeys ... ... ... 0 7 0 0 8 0 Maize, per bus ... ... 0 2 8 0 2 0 Wheat ? ... 0 4 C' 0 ' 5 0 Oats, feed ... ... ;.. ; 0 2?4 : 0 2f 6 Barley, Cape ? « 0 3 0 . 0* 0«0 ' Flour, per ton .... .-...12 0 0. 12 10 -0 * Hay, lucerne ..7 ... 3 0 0 3 10 0 Do, oaten... ... .. 4 0 0 .4 10 0 Potatoes ... ... .j. 3 10 0 4 0 0 Onions ... ? 3 10 0 4 0 0 Butter : In fair demand, quotations unaltered. Cheese : still dull large stock accumulating. Bacon : good enquiry for choice hand curcd heavy lots very dull.of sale. Eggs : very acarco. Poultry : improving in ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 6 May 1892

A story is told of a now Archbishop that he was walking with a friend, when a toothless beggar mumbled nut sotre words. ' ' I'm sure^ I don't know what he says,' remarked tho friend, ''it might bo Hebrew for nil X can tell.' 11 Oh, no,' replied the Bishop, ' it ia Gum Arabi,' Cortainly the best medicine known is SANDER , and SONS' EUCALYPTI EXTRACT. Test its eminently powerful effects in coughs, cclds, ^ in fluenza ; tho relief is instantenous. In serious oases and accidents of all kinds, be they wounds burns, scaldings, bruises, sprains it is tho safest romedy — no swelling — no inflammation. Late suprising 'effects produced in croup, diphtheria, bronchitis, inflammation of tho lungs, swellings. &c. , diarrhcca, dyscntry, diseases of tho kidneys and urinary organs. In use at hospitals aud clinics all over the world j patronised by 'His Majesty the King of Italy ; crowned with medal and diphnnatio luternaitonal Exhibition, Amsterdam* Trust to an approved article and reject a...

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