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SCIENTIFIC. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 3 March 1882

SCIENTIFIC. An exhibition of. smoke preventing' appli ancef is now "being held in South. Kensing ton, Lohdon. The English Royal Commission on Tech nical Education have been busy in Paris visiting* the higher, secondary and primary schools, especially those in which, manual 'p and technical instruction is provided. Dr<. XCebbelt, of Frankfort, has discovered j by airinvestigation of the molluscous fauna of the two countries that Spain and North Africa were connected at one time not only at the straights of Gibraltar, but as far up as Oran, and Cartliagena. A tunnel through the Pyrenees into Spain ^ is the next great engineering work to be undertaken by France. A Roumanian mechanic lrns invented a submarine vessel and after investigating his project, the Government have resolved to bear the cost of construction. The vessel is .to bo capable of moving under water at a f depth of 30 metres for 12 hours without re , quiring renewal of air. Steam is the motor, and the speed is ...

Publication Title: Nepean Times
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Soutli Creek Items: [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 3 March 1882

Soutli Creek Items: # | T«b brickmaking trade which has been caijy'ed on so successfully inS'lth Creek, \vnere never better clay for the purpose was f6und, is still ia a very satisfactory state. . .The trade, though not so bright' 'is might be . expected, considering" the .immense number qf'new buildings being erected in Sydney ... anil elsewhere, yet the half-dozen or so of local brickyards get rid of all their stuff' as jsoon a« ready. It must be also borne in mind that the building trade after, Xmak is always ? ^subject to a" slight depresnion owing' to the anxiety on the part of contractors to.finish jobs by the end of the year. ' Considerable dissatisfaction is.expressed in i South Creek at the preposterous rates charged I by the Kail way for freight. For insfcance, if j if you want chaff down from Penrith to South / Creek, you are charged;as if the distance were I 14 miles, instead of 4. Was there ever I greater injustice than this ? Moreover, such ; a superflui ity of rolling...

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LONDON. March 1. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 3 March 1882

, LONDON. March 1. >> I The select committee j of the House of <J Lords commenced its nittihg-s yesterday, and. invited Miv Forster, Chief Secretary for Ire land, to give evidence as t" -1J* * the Irish Land Act. Thfl1 refused, to permit Mr. to "tlie working of Cabinet, however, Forster to attend the committee and give evidence. The evidend to be an invoij ted f' r trial on [ tort. money ; froij At the Ertg'lehawlc Pol3e Court, on Sat urday, a yonng man iamed Hall, w»s charged'with having comnitted a criminalJL assault on the wife of a ftoer named Dalfr residing* at Myer's Fla showed the woman's stor; lion, and she was commi charge of attempting to e, Hall. ' (' | ? Ye lovers of pork-sausrges, read the1 foil lowing description given bj the Bendigo Ad-, vertiser of oi Sandhurst jig, yard :-u ThcL pond from which the aninils drank is theS" receptacle of a stream of llood Which flows]' fiom the slaughterhouse! at an elevatioit above. The, fluid in , this- pond, is lite...

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ST. PETERSBURG. February 2. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 3 March 1882

STZPETERSBIM; , / F J ! Fforuary. 2/ <" fj Ten of the most'prominent lihilists f* J^'l '.have{beenincarcerated^in^pwiiftr-4^ time pa*t have been tried and '\sentenced to* death. Ten others have been sentenced to various terms, of imprisonment.

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LONDON. March 1. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 3 March 1882

LONDON. March 1. J The case of Michael Daiitt, recently^ elected member for Meath, is pausing* some/ ' interest in Apolitical circles. Che fact tliaf ^ lie had been convicted of. treason-felony, an(. lias not. received a free pardon,* renders' ineligible to take bis seat, ?andthe.Hou.se/' fi Commons by resolution last ^ig-hb uphd j that view. - A new writ for M^th will tlif j jj fore be issued. 'v ' If -

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LONDON. February 28. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 3 March 1882

'. ?"LONDON) ' 1 February 28. The new sei'iesof Australin wool auctions opened to-day, when 1 liei e Vas a largo at- . tendance ot home and foreig'l buyers. Good competition prevailed, and prWs were firmly- 1 ; maintained. 6400 bales pased the hammer, arid'the tone of the hammer {its animated.

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Local Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 3 March 1882

Local Cricket. m. A MATCH took place on Saturday aftci, noon last between an eleven of Caatlereaf? ^ and a similar number of our local carpentei The, weat.her was fine, and if the cricket J not first-class, enough spirit was shown§M all engaged to make up for the lack of skit Snlijoined are the scores, the match being ^ I cided' on the first innings: ' ' CASTLEliE Reid, run out ... ... Kay, runout ... ... G. Kay, c Lynan, b Palmer Adams, bBreezG , ... , Purcell, c and b Breeze ... ' J. Purcell, c Bendall, b: Breeze Coffey, b Breeze Williams, li o w, b Breeze .... Brownloiv, b Breoze Carter, b Breeze ... Colless, c Mobby ... . .Sundries ... mmik CARPENTERS. ,4 <r^K W. Breeze, b Williams" ... Mowdell, b Williams ... Bowen# c Adams, b Williams. Palmer, b Purcell Bendall, b Purcell - ... . :* Hobbie, b Puxcell ... Windspear, b Purcell * .« Laynam, c Colless, b Williams May, c Williams,b Purcell... Hook, c Adams, b Purcell ... . Clarke, b Purcell , \ ..< - Sundries ...

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LONDON. March l. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 3 March 1882

-LONDON. I March lt An atrpcious Fenian fjlot has been dia-,' covered which had for its tbject the d<jstnic-» tiori of the CuKtom-hou>-eiat Xiiixioriclc, Ire land. A quantity of dyjamite was foiiml secretly stored in the milding, but the inaterially7 was fortiVnatey " reiuoved? any damage could-Obe done.

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The Victorian Minister for Railways. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 3 March 1882

The Viotoriaa Minister for Bailwaya. Now, as touching Thomas; very ug-l thing's are said in print, in various qu>* iters of bis being- a partner in the speculation iti, John Wood's brake, and that on this account it is that Thomas allows John to boss the Itailway department, and takes him about the country in the most fraternal man ner, and ahareshis society with Ford, John's relative and a suspended officers of the de partment. The three, it is openly affirmed, are in actual trading partnership, are com rades, and are colloguing1 together fortl»e r mutual pecuniary advantage. Now, Thoiria^ is all this true ? ,-Speak up ,man, 'and don't be bashful. Because, if it is true, you are utterly, out of your place a^rMinister of Railways for Victoria j7 the' partnartitiip be tween yourself and your tvtfQvfriends is a good deal of the nature of Jack, Bill,,find^otia;,w.ha£*'. they ciilI in" Ireland 'three In French the phrase,co' parfcnepy is v;lfel'°o0ry-£ wis®

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LONDON. March 1. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 3 March 1882

LOND&N. March 1. The Cabinet lias declned to permit Mr. Forster, Chief Secretary or Jreljind, to give evitlence lioicre the select joromittee appointed by the House of Lords to; inquire into the; working* of the Irish LunllAct.. .]

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THE NEPEAN TIMES, Published every Friday Morning. FRIDAY, MARCH 3, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 3 March 1882

nirihed every Friday Morning1. MARCII 3, 1882:' terming'to tjie usual practib# of pducing ourselves and our Journal ile residents of Eenrith and the in stants'of the District and hamlets '-whicli it is surrounded, we feel | Ve .are not only doing ourselves fiionour, hut undertaking a. duty jich,gives us a deal of pleasure, be ise we have hopes, if merit is to be .fimated "by zeal in the collection of Jrs, we shall be accorded a support frimensurato with the benefits de fed by readers in general, and by ml advertisers in particular. But (will not be by zeal alone that &e JNepean TIMES purposes to make s' way in the world. Zeal may be Jretclied ,to a point where it becomes polerable, especially when limited & , the advocacy of a scheme which in' is naWe may be destitute of variety. s fa be over-zealous in striving for suc Jjss by . means of variety must, as auman aspirations are now, be a surer nekns . of - . accomplishing * a worthy Result than to be continually exhib...

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Latest by Cable. LONODN. February 28. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 3 March 1882

Latest iy Cable. LOMDON. " ' February 28. The wool saleR were o B aline and" Co.. witl catalogue. The attijnl foreign :. buyers ; was »1! spirited; Prices finr\ i CIOSH of last season. D forwardedt 2012,000, bi the present series of sal nrd to-da^ by Messrs an unnipi'es^ntativrt ance of' Jiomo anci go, and biddiog^a »ates ruling at the [ducting* 41,000 bules es are , available for

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 3 March 1882

LOCAL NEWS. Mr.. 6. L. Grattan, of the Press Agency George-street, Sydney, has been appointed Sydney agent of the: N<?pean Times! ?1 - In the Int'erriationaI CJricket! Match be tween the English''; Eleven and . the Viclo . rians, the latter were beaten by 8. wickets. W ash's advertisement on our back "pag'¥, it" eho ukl"b0~ raeiitioned' th at he ris agent1 for the Wertheim Sewing Machines, and the Mercantile Mutual Insurance Com pany. . The Registrar (Mrt^tf. K. Cleeve.') united the bonds $f matri'mony,'. p'on11 Wetinesdpy afternoon lafet, Mr. T. Edmund Wil liam*; boot maker,, and Miss Elizabeth Manning, .of High-street, Penrith. . ' ^ ' , : The Under-Secretary for Public Instruc tion has just signified by letter that the local application ;fijr an . E vening Public School'wil! in due course appear in )the Government Gazette j aftor which a farther communication. will be made on the matter. ?,y< i Our, local industries; are going a-head On- ground purchased ? a...

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Marsupials Destroyed Wholesale. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 3 March 1882

Marsupials Destroyed Wholesale. For years past (says the Forbes and Parke8 Gazette) the-graziers all oyer Australia have suffered terribly from the ravages occasioned by kangaroos and other marsupials, and various means-have been adopted for destroy ing them, as yet with but. partial success, as, spite of all endeavours, they have grown and multiplied. Mr. Sydney, E'. Close, of Curra, near Parlces, has, however, for the past five years adopted a plan which has answered well. He states that all his tanks are fenced round with a nine-rail fence, so as to be sheep, cattle, arid kangaroo proof) arid the enclosure can only be entered by gates. On the outside of the tank fence are troughs dug out of trees laid horizontally, and the top laid level with the surface of the ground. The troughs are filled witfi-'wafer poisoned by arsenic. The quantity of arsenic used is one ounce to the gallon. The mode of pre paration is as follows Boil t\vo gallons of water, and while boiling add about^half ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 3 March 1882

if* TOfeAS IHB-BPUS&B5T 5 MCM ,vy IFOiR THE PEOPLE.' ublished every Friday Morning." fNT^INS loading articles on-;the prominent " questions of the daythe latest local news, genial telegrams ;1" Doings of the Day^' flwjpatyd humourous extracts from' rfoan .journals/;, special .correspondence and? atest Sydney. Commercial news. > '|?BP^P^pn 2s. ^dv per quarter,.in advance. 'flipv.TW;E5 OFFICE, ^ High-street Penrith, ' ' ,' ,/*4: Special Jobbing Department. J ? &I1 " ';': ? >?>#'''.'?"f; , rai proprietors of the JTepem Times are pre. .spared'to execute pnnting'of'^ybry ddscrfp-* t-Posfer^(business, cards^bill'-hcads, pro turned out at.the shortest notice neatness and dispatch. ges as low as possible. - Estimates fyrnfsTied. .he London and Lancashire Fire ji^Insurance Company o£< every. description at Ip,west current rates;'' s * 4 D. Jy WOUBOYS, ^ V_ j Agent. feW; Zealand Accident Insurance ,yr^. Company ' at \ J fePapita1' *mooo.: ^sSlSr" ^ J- wqrbo...

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Our Sydney weekly Letter. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 3 March 1882

Our 'Sjdofey weekly Letter. Srn,- -Tho. public mind as a matter of cowse lias beon^niucii exercised during1 the past week on the subject of the prosecution of the JMillburn dreek trustees. After.' the first day, however, there wasa manifest fall ingoff in the attendance,of .the general pub lic at the Darlinghurst Court-house where the trial was held. On Saturday last, after the summing up of the, Chief Justice (Sir James-Martin) f ho presided, a large, num ber of persons were present for the purpose ot hearing what determination the jury had. arrived at. Mr: Dalley, Q.C., who was the leading counsel/for the defendants, who curi ously enough consolidated their defence and were not separately represented by counsel, commenced his address at 11 o'clock on Fri day^ concluding at 2.20 on the same day, so that taking* ithe time/allowed for luncheon (I hour) he '?poke for two hours 50 minutes. Mr. J. H. Want, who replied for the Crown, only spoke for 40 minutes. The latter's speech, while ...

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DOINGS OF THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 3 March 1882

DOINGS OF TIIE DAY, BY PUCK;, PROM Chancer downwards to these degener ate; days," there has been an insatiable desire and craving' existing' in the human breast to sling ink around-\vhether the world was to.be told anything new or not. - Whether we have inherited this from Adam , I, cannot, say ,positively, -hislory carelessly,.< omitting* to mention whether he -practis d scribbling',.and .occaHioiially fluDg fi sonnet at fail* Eve's eye brows. I honestly confess the mania for ap pearing .in .print is 'highly, reprehensible ; [but, endowed as I am, with my share . of original;. sinj'.'the". ad vent df. - yet another journ'alistic'wonder on this vale of tears again ;.stirV iip all' the old Adam (in mo, and once ^imp^;4$8top.hold!y.;intb-tb^'',bi,oaeh;-wi5h your ?permission,?? blindly rushing . in where the winged saints would fear to tread. >??? . ( ?***?; - " The man who when he visited Scotia's shores said he smelt Glasgow at 3 in the morning arid saw it at fi, is sti...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 3 March 1882

Saturday, March l U.ii. On the Ground, at 3.30 p.m. The Pick of St. Mark's. Grandest position in this fast rising town for Villa Residences, Cotia^t s, Orchards, Market Gardens, &c.. &c. COLLESS Has received instructions from Mr. Paul Har ford to sell by public auction, on the, above date, 8 ALLOTMENTS in the best part of the town, each having a frontage to a chain wide street 0^66 feet and upwards, with depths varying from live to nearly ten chains deep. The land has been sub-divided by Mr. Sur veyor Jackson in such, a manner that each b - allotment runs through to South Creek, whore there is a never failing supply of water. The land is within live minutes walk ofyParkes' platform,; and ten minutes walk ' Ef South Creek Railway Station, and is ina very elevated position. Ono allotment - fronts the Great Western Road. iSonie of L,' tho land is very suitable for brick-making. A No Reserve. Terms, very liberal;' i .: LUNCHEON PROVIDED. "... ; v Lithographs in a few day...

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THE WEEK'S NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 3 March 1882

'. THE WEEK'S NEWS. | New1 Zealand's first cargo of frozen mut | tori lias just left Dnnedin. Sheep' exception I ally' heavy.- Canterbury follows suit with1 v'another company. « . Charles II. Watson, recently manager of t t]ie Colonial. Bank, at Durikeld, charged with i stealing- £230, called at the detective office ?on-jSaturday last, and surrendered himself. . High winds and showery weather have ( made the harvest of the Middle Island of New Zealand an exceptionally poor one; j . Latest intelligence from South Australia reports everything as flat, stale and ' unpro fitable. , l * The' latest importations of frozen meat per Orient line fetched in the London market, 5-J-d. and 6d, per lb. - Another infernal machine has exploded in Berlin, setting fire to the Railway Station and doing mrch damage. The miscreant connected with the outrage has been ar rested. . . ' ( £6000, demanded _ as ransom for the snatched, body of the Earl of CrawforcL'.and Balcarres. Three persons concerned iri ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 3 March 1882

fa# THE following are agents for the Nepean Times, in the respective places napied, where copies of the paper may be had and advertisements left: A. Oolless, Storekeeper, High-street, ' Peni'ith. * Mrs. Hamilton, Stationer, Penrith. J. G. Bissland, Storekeeper, Penrith. James Price, Storekeeper, Penrith. Gl 0. Morris, Storekeeper,,St. Mary's,' > . Miss Wallace, Postmistress, Luddenham. Postmistress, Greendale. James Smitli, Mulgoa. - T 'John Parker, CastlereagEI^f * / J. DoMing, Storekeeper, St. Mary's:; a p Fx tSSi cm |, |«pi| |o6itisott & Market ^loth Wall, g 482, late 484, George-street, Opposite the Fruit Markets. £ ® - Established 1864. ci A large and well-selected stock of Woollens^ New Patterns} ^ Direct from the Manufacturers. a. Fashionable and First-class o Garments to Order. © *<?? All-wool Tweed1 Trousers, to order 12s. 6d. P SL S? CP ft s p "?* p a e+ O CD 'Q«' .1 ., .1* ? I -'. ? Preliminary Notice; . POSITIVE SALE That well-known Estate, situate ...

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