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A Funny Game. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 6 May 1892

A Funny dame. A few friends met the other night in a Newtown' store to spend a joyial evening, but as they woro all teetotallers and none ot them drank anything stronger than Clements Tonic, drunkenness was out of the question. Mac proposed a game at euchre, and Jones said they had better play for something just to give the game an interest and make it lively, but times were hard, so they did not care to play for money. Smith, howe/er, spied a box of Fletcher's bilious aud liver pills, and pro posed that each time a man was beaten he should take a pill, and this made the game lively and tlic fun was fast and furious. Simpson swallowed five, Jones got away with -futir and Smith and Hopkins two each aud Mac got off scot free. Tho game terminated by a general exodus at 3 a.m., for Dr. Fletcher's pills never labour in vain. They arc tho best and mildest pills mado and are sold by all chemists and druggists everywhere ; being a posi tive, safe aud reliable cure for constipation, liver co...

Publication Title: Scrutineer, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
F. L. Barker & Co.'s Report. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 6 May 1892

F. L. Barker & €o.'s Report. Sheepskins : Market brisk, all descriptions moet ine with ready sale ; best full-woolled from 4Jd to 4?d, medium growth 3Jil to 4|d. shorts 3d to 2Jd, weevily and broken shorts 2d to 2J, greenskins 22d to 40d, pelts 6d to 1S;1. Hides : Market easier to the extent of 4 of a penny per lb. on all descriptions ; quotations : extra prime and very heavy weights 2Jd to 3d ; good heavies 2gd to 2fd, ordinary and sloppy heavies 2J-1 to 2Jd, medium 2d to 2Jd. best light 2Jd to 2Jd per lb. Bark : Market Unchanged. Bsst Southern chopped from £6 to£7I0s, medium qualities £4 10s to £if 17/6. inferior £2 15s. to £4, Hair, Hams, and Hones : Market active for all descriptions. Horse hair lid to 131d ; cow hair (twisted) GJd to 8Jd, 6tnmps 2Jd to fijd per lb. j large horrs 20s. to 30/6. extra large to 34s.-per 100, medinm 7/0 to 17s..- small and tips Is. to 5/6, :shank . bones 4/G to Ss., knuckles 4/6, hoofs 2s, common bones £3 17s. to £4 3s. 6(1 per ton. Calves :...

Publication Title: Scrutineer, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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An Argument for Local Government [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 6 May 1892

An Argument for ILoca! Government The 'S. M. Herald' of Tuesday last says 'We often hear of municipal institutions as tho schools of preparation for Parliamentary life. This view of things, though doubtless to some extent just, perhaps implies much misconception of the facts, and a failure to porceive the wide difference between the functions that properly belong to the legislature of the country, on the one hand, and to I the guardians and promoters of local material j interests on the other. There is some excuse for j this in a colony like ours, where, by force of cir cumstances, the Legislature has loaded itself with functions that are, rightly considered, municipal, and has been 'unable to divesfc itself of the embar rasing charge, But the distinction, nevertheless, exists, and should be recognised. Under the actiinl order of things \ve fail, io a large extent, to get skilled or experts, men of special knowledge for either legislative or municipal work.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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That Weary Feeling. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 6 May 1892

That W envy Reeling.' How common it is to meet persons who complain of being tirod. languid, who are suffering from debility, or from loss of energy and strength, moro especially during the summer months than at other times, , The causos which load to theso symptoms oan readily bo found if tho condition of the blood is oxamiued. It .viU be found to be heavily charged with carbonio acid, imper footly cloansed by the oxygen which reachos tho otood through tho lungs, and by tho action of tho kidnovn, whioh should tako out of the blood tho poisonous eloments — urea and urio acid. It constantly from malaiso,' tirod feelings, dobility and loos of strength. Thoy ondoavour by tho uso of tonio medicines to ovorcomo tho difficulty, but thoso aro not offoctivo. They So net remove tin cause; thqy do not cleanse the blood. Such a result is always obtained by freely using Warnor'o Safo Cure and Warnor'o Safo Pillo. Wo commend them aB suro remedies, which will not only remove tho conditions montio...

Publication Title: Scrutineer, The
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Grave and Gay. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 6 May 1892

/ ? ? , . . dime and ©ay. i I am delighted to.ueo you, Miss Tlcklow.ell ' exclaimed tho visitor, warmly. 'You haven't j changed a particle in ton yearn.' i xou mistake, Mr. Westerly,' said tho Girton maiden, wiping her spcctncleo, thoughtfully. 11 Externally I may nppcar the same, but science demonstrates irrefragably that the human phyaicial orcanlstr.. even to its ultimate mrtioloa. ia entirnlv ? reconstiucted every seven years. n Sho gave him her hand lu a-slow, dreamy, preoccupied hind of way. and a cold chill went up and down his back, Fivo' hundred pounds would cover tho expenses of a voyage round the world, travelling tirst class. A lady, it is said, lias for some time past been teaching-navigation to young men iu Portsmouth, and many of her pupils have successfully passed the Board of Trade examinations and have obtained csrtificatcs as mates and skippers. The growth of tho uail is more rapid in children 'than adults, and 'slowest in the aged. It gDes on more rapidly in summ...

Publication Title: Scrutineer, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 6 May 1892

Special Advertisements. J ? nriliMiiliir MOSS VALE, Upholsterer, French Polisher, Piclaro Cramer. &c. A LARGE Stock of Furniture, Bedsteads and Bedding, Carpcta, Matting, Linoleum, Door Mats, &c., ahvayn on iiand. Spring Holler and Venetian Blinds, made and fitted or repaired. W, I-L PALING & C07 rrr^T* JL Tj L*G i?' --HTTP, EsTADLtSHl'.D 1851 J. Ls'COIU'OUATr.I) 1883, jsar ( _ if|fp) ' Solo Agents for PIANOS by Steinway aud Sons, Julius Fcnrich, Ucbcl and Lechlcitcr, Carl Kcke, The Victor, The Bulling ; and for the world.renowncd KSTHY ORGANS and Bo o .1 oy ' a B ra u o 33 n n d Inntrumcntn. Cnivflrflal Providerjof PIANOFORTES, ORGANS, MUSIC, and MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS of Every Description. PIANOS BY ALL OTHER WELL-KNOWN MAKERS. PALING and CO. supply only the BEST GOODS. Their prlhciplo from tho first has been to send out none but thoroughly reliable instrument.!, and no tho result WE HAVE NOW THE LARGEST PIANO and MUSIC BUSINESS in AUSTRALIA. Tho STERLING ft Q...

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

WANTED, jq-URSE AND HOUSEMAID. Apply to '! „ Miss. ROW, Commercial Bank, Moss Vale.1

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STRAY NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 6 May 1892

STRAY MOTES By A Zkalot. Tho nuiaanco of stray horeos and cattlo ' about the town may vary fitly be dealt with in a ' Stray' note. Tho police conrt report this week rovoalatlmt persons were summoned and fined for allowing auimnls to etrny in tho streets. It really is a groat nuisance on a dark night to run against a horse or cow on the footpath. Last night and Sunday night horeos and cows were pretty visible straying in the streetB. Iso one supposes that tho Inspector of Nuisances can bo continuously parading the town at all hours of tho night to catch guilty parties, and tho best thing to put a stop to tho nuisanco io tho infliction of full penalties when casoo aro brought to court. At Bowral a gentleman last winter gave eevernl loads of firowood to oupplcment tho meagre supply allowed by the authorities, . That kind friend (Mr. Pombor) has now loft the district and' tho children and teachers miss his generous donation. By tho way, wo hear many complaints made by children and paren...

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Bowral's Future. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 6 May 1892

Bowral's Future. There are certain. signs of a change in tho future of Bowral, which it would be well worth discussing Up to the preseut the town lias been -principally known as a summer resort for Metropolitan visitors. Every year has seen a steady iucrcaso in tho 1111 111- hcrof visitors, until the town has won its reputation as a health sanatorium. It is very seldom; however that any town is favored in this manner for very many years, mose wno can afford to take an annual change iu the country, generally appreciate novelty aud after a few years look for some fresh locality in .which to ruralise. Tho summer which is just closing, shows that this may bo tho probable - fate of Bowral. The colony.has no endof ' beauty spots' and in the natural course of events some new district a little further from the Metropolis will be occupied by society's sundowners. Several excuses have been advanced for tbo slight fallinc off in the number of visitors to the town Tho financial depression, it i...

Publication Title: Scrutineer, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 6 May 1892

ILwc&f imd (fimeral fJev/s. Berrima District Cottage Hospital. — Report for month ending April 30th, 1892 Patients admitted, 5 ; discharged cured, 1 ; discharged relieved, 2 ; remaining in Hospital, 3. — J. Ward, Matron. Correction. — In the letter from Mr. V. J. S. Blomfield in our last isauo one or two unfortunate typographical errors occur. Mr. Blomfield wrote : 44 the song of tho Blessed Virgin Mary,' and the {-rintcr set tho la3t word aa heavy. In the noxt line nit ono of course prc-rcformation was the word ntended. Social.— Tho Mittagons '.Labour League social, undor the management of Mr. D. Chalkcr, was brought to a successful issue on Saturday cveuing. The Canterbury Hall was well filled ; Mr. W. Triggs had charge of the floor, with Mr. Vincent as pianist. We understand Mr. Chalkcr intends folding another social about the end of the month. Sick Nursing. — Mrs. T. C. Fisher has consented to take charge of the fees of this proposed institu tion at Bowral, in the abseuc...

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Parochial Association Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 6 May 1892

Parochial Association Meeting. Tho following portion of our report was crowded out last issue : — After Row Mr. Stoddart's address tho minutes of tho la3t annual meeting wero read by Mr. V. Blomfield (secretaiy) and adopted. A pianoforto solo was then very ably executed by Mr, Conipton, organist of St. John's Church. Mrs. Pondor rendered in vory good voice a song_ entitled 'Carisoima,' Mr. uompton accompanying, unu dieted well-deserved applause. Mr. Blomfiold then moved that tho report and balance-sheet be adopted. Mr. Robert Vilcs ln-d pleasure in seconding the motion, but was sorry to notice the falling off in Moss Vale as compared to Sutton Format. It was a foolish thing for people to with hold their subscriptions hccanso they did not like tho minister. Tho people made the church, and had a duty to do in tho matter. It wns discredit able to them that tho arrears due to their lato minister was still unpaid, and would go against their parish should over they need a fresh minister. ...

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BREVIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 6 May 1892

GS SIEVE A* ' The Kianm Council aro borrowing .€-^000 for ten years at 0 per ccnt. from the A.M. P. Cocioty, The amount of profit realised nt tho Wcsleyan Church Coffee and Fruit Bazaar at Bowral wao £20. A further letter upon tho oubjeet of 'Church Ilymti:)' from M True Churchman' in crowded out aud will appear next issue. iho iSowra Colonist nays that Mr. Alexander Campbell, of Gcrringong, hao purchased Hymn's champion bull Roy for 50 guineas. Tho Premier, Mr. G. R. Dibbs, was presented with a very handsome bouquet aa tho train passed through Bowral, Tho bouquet catnc from Messrs. Copo and Son's nursery. Mr. C. Church tho assistant-master of the public school Bowral, hao been working energetically in an endeavour to ptart a gymnasium in connection with tho school, for use during tho present winter. Mr. J. Northam, of Diiiry Swamp, died suddenly on Tuesday morning. When returning from Kiama on Saturday night, 23rd inat , lie had a paralytic stroke and romained in a semi-conscious c...

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The Windsor Tragedy. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 6 May 1892

The Windsor Ti a;jc-ly. The trial of Deeming (or Williams) for the murder of his wife Kmily at Winsor, was concluded at Melbourne on Monday night. Evidence was called, in support of the pica of instinctive criminality and insanity, and Mr. Deakin addressed the jury for the defence. Deeming addressed tho court on his own behalf, complained that his cuo had not been properly put before the court, and that ho hail not had a fair trial. He said that he had been condoinned beforehand by the press. Ho declared his innoo nice, spoke of the weak state of his memory and occa sional lapses of consciousness, and said he could not bolievo that I10 had committed this ciime. It. mattered little, ho said, whether ho was condemned or acquitted. Life was of no further va'uc to him, and I10 had f.iced too mitiy dangers to fear death. Towards the close of his speeeh'he grew pathetio, and whilo women wcro sobbing all round, told 1 lie jurors that a vcrdiot of guilty would 1 0 the grci test relief lliey...

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

fL RSL 5 AUCTIOWE3R, WILD S HEAD 0X7 AITD EOBERTSOEJ, A HE Prepared to conduct Sales in any part of tbe District. | J ©UK -13. EIKIDMSIte Sz Co Auctioneers and Property Agents, Valuators, &c., THE MART, BOWUAL IX CLIFFORD, Auctioneer, House, land, & Estate Agent SALKS Conducted throughout the District. Agent for Fire, Life and Stock asurance Companies. Argyll® Bttceeft ffltoas WtaHe. ALFRED L. SMITH. (Late HENKY L. SMITH,) COM MI S S J 0 N A Q E N 2, and GENERAL ...PRODUCE MERCHANT, COMMERCIAL STORES, 118 ami 12® Sussex-street. Sydney. FOLEY BROTHERS, COMMISSION AGEWTS and PRODUCE MERCHANTS, 113 and 112 SUSSEX-STREET, SYDNEY. ALL Consignments received under Personal Super vision and Ready Sale at Highest Market Price Guaranteed. Account Sates rendered promptly, and special attention given to tho roturn of empty packages, Trial Respectfully Solicited IPHJDBILIKD RJdDTTIICIE. H. TAYLOR & SON HAVE opened a BRANCH OFFICE in IB® OBIS HSU'S® EI, As AtJCTiONEERS, CO...

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The Scrutineer. TERMS: [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 6 May 1892

lEIte ^cnttineer. TERHS: Sodsohjption 2/6 per quarter prepaid ; ft/- if booked ; chargcd onlj from tho time of commencing. Quarters end March 31, June 30, September 30, December 31, at v;lneb period:; only can subscribers decline by giving a wccli'a notico in writing diroet to the office — not through a locol collcctor — and paying to tho then running quarter. AnVKRTiyr.MF.NT.;— oi leas than one inch, 1/- ior tho tirnt two linca and 3d. per lino after ; longer udvertiBomouto, 3/- for the first inch and 1/6 for evory subsequent inch. A liberal redaction mr,do for standing advertiocmenta. Advertisements o birtho, mairiagcs, and deaths, if cont by post, must bo authenticated by the signature of soma person known at tho office, or they will not be inserted. Advertisements will be rccoivcd up to G p.m. on day of publication. Tho numbor of insertions should bo written on tho face, or tho advertise ments will bo continued till countermanded. Ordors for withdrawing, altering, or changing ad...

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What People Say. G. SWAN, ESQ., JUNEE JUNCTION, N.S.W. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 6 May 1892

What .IPeople Say. Q. SWAN, ESQ., JUNEE JUNCTION, ? , ' N.S.W.,' 1 Was brought to death's door by typhoid, in 1885; since then hi has nover boon able ' to do the slighest amount of work. Physic ians failed to do any good, but, as a last rasort, he took Cemonts XoDie, which rebuilt his conttitution. Ho writes : ' Juneo Junction, N.S.W., Fob. 22, 189C.— Mr, OlemnntK ? Tlnnr —TTrvr fnllv fivn WP.arsI ? havo been a great sufferer from goneral ? ? ? debility, weakness and oxtromo norvousnoas. My nervos woro completely unstrung, and thoy felt to bo continually in motion. I had ; , sometimes complete lo3s of tho power of moving the limbs, aud rootless aud sleepless nights and complete loss of appotito. Those , troubles all arose from tho offsets of typhoid, which I had fivo years ago, Binco which time I lmvo never beou able to stand tho oligheat exertion without complete physical collapse. I consulted several physicians, who said I was suffering from gonoral debility. Xhuy prescribed vario...

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The Codlin Moth in Old Fruit Cases [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 6 May 1892

Tlie Cortlisn Mote in CDM PfMifc Cases At a mooting oF (ho Fruitgrowers' Union in Goulburn Mr. Aluniioii giwo Inn oxpononco ? of a fruit enso. Ho wuu packing fruit' and aDinotbing gonifj wrong with u lomhor hmgo it was rippod oli and tho moth woro seod ns thick no thoy would bo uudor a bnminao ? The pieeoa of bo.'ird at tuo uido to alrpugthon the caso woro thou pullod oft mid thuio must have boon hundrodo of grubn iimloi- thorn. I Tho coao had como from.Syduoy. This year , whou tho inspector wont round his garden ? ho hardly fuiind a moth in tho troos, . .. whereas tho Into fruit . wao very badly ? ; infeotod, and ho (Mr. lunnaon) could not mako it out. aa ho had kopt thn ttoes . : bandngod and looked aftor thom about overy : ? fortnight from Chriatmaa to about March. Tho only conclusion ho could 001110 to was waa' that thoy camo out of tho ground, but . now ho attribuiod it to tho casoa. VVhon ho t. ,-: opaned tho lids of sonio cacos inaocts had ??? . flown out of tliom. If tho pro...

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

Great Cleapmg Sale, ; ; ' V IN c6nSCQUBNCE OP REMOVIN*G:FIlOSl^THE, DISTRICT, ' ' ' ' - BEGS TO INFORM Tlio Rublic oi:iHos» t alc and ^iirrouiiding Ditttricls, - ' . THAT' HK WILL OFFER THE : WHOLE OF HIS STOCK, ? CONSISTING OF Miflil Ml »TSifg, i „ AX PEIOSS -WHICH MUST DBM4ND ' T AN', IMMEDIATE AND ErlTISE CLEARANCE. ' ? :o: ? : DRESS GOODS, - 3J-J, 4id, SJd per yard ] . ; PRINTS, ZEPHYRS, DBLAINESi PLANJfE'LB PTE (JALVTEV 8TRIPE3, ' &o.i &c., will be (30LD, at cosr pntOES. ' . CALICO, FLANNELS/BLANKETS, SHEETINGS, HOLLANDS, TO \VBfjS, &o., &q , will ho soijt) at invoice rniCEs. Job Lot of RIBBONS, Id, 2d, 3d, nnd Gd per yard. LACES, GLOVES, SWISS WORK-J, FLOWERS, FEAUFIBBS, STAY^, HOSIERY FANCY GOODS, &c., aro offered at a oae.vr reduction, j , Immonso loduetion in HABERDASHERY, LADIES FASHIONABLE JAOKETS, lOo. 6d., 13s. 6d., 25s., price mw 7s. 6d., 0s. 6.I., and 17s. 6d. Also a good nosortmont of LADIES CHECKED TWEED ULSTERS. : ; Also MAID...

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Bundanoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Scrutineer — 6 May 1892

Uiuulanoou. The Bundanoon Mutual Improvement Class held their usual weekly meeting on Monday evening last, when the Ministry brought in a bill for the total abolition of tobacco frcm the colony of New South Wales but were defeated by a majority of two votes. Mr. J. W'atts held the position of Premier, aud Mr. W. A. Nicholas leader of the opposition. The pro gramme for next Monday evening is a magic lantern entertainment kindly given by Mr. W. A, Nicholas, when tho class hope to have a enod audience, everv one being invited to come free.' I notice with pleasure that tho road from Bunda noon to Sutton Forest is being attended to — a part of it being-let by tender. The maintenance gang are going to fill iu some of the ruts near the town and also clean out the water table which is very necessary. Morris's Hill, about a mile and a half from Bunda noon, would he much easier to mount if the crown was cut off and the bottom filled iu, but no doubt the engineer has something like that in vie...

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

? r«««a A.M.j'M.D., C.M., F.K.C.S, Ku., M.K.C.S. , . . UNO., 231 Macqiuric Street North, opposite Parliament House. : DR. PATERSON has hcen engaged for over 20 years in the study ami practiceof Chronic, Nervous and Special Diseases Of men nml women in the leading medical schools j andjiospitals of Great Britain, Paris, Berlin, and . Jl Vienna, and in private procticc. Formerly House : Surgeon to tho hdinbtirgh Hoyal Infirmary, Matern ity aud Lock Hospitals. No medical manadvertis \ ing in these colonies 1ms medical degrees which can be comnarcd with his. Such eminent . ; qualifications, together with his rccogoised straight orwaril treatment, has naturally gained for Jpm tho , reputation of being the ONLY LKG ALLY QUALI* 1 1' FIHD DOCTOR advertising in these colonies who combines with Suecial Kuowlod(je Honest Treatment, . '*? ?; « m may easily ho ascertained by applying to any LEADING PAPER in the COLONY. ' ; .r . - \ / No diseases cause so much misery and distress aa i ^ tho&a...

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