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The Nepean Times, Published every Saturday Morning. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 27. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 27 November 1882

Published every Saturday Morning, n " .MONDAY, NOVEMBER 27. i J: .We- must :confe'ss!' that tip'-'tb; tlio/present jtimo ;of. writing we liave heard, nothing;froin; ' the otlior; candidates to load'ais.t'o i give'-our1 preference to thorn over our old member, Mr. T^R.;Smith.v;Mr.-Smith, it is said, is no orator. ' We should like to ask if any of the other gentlemen, who are wooing the sweot' voices of the Nepean electors,; can ; honestly, lay claim to . eloquence. i Mr. Smith, it is said, is no- statesman.;; At all " events ho has" always given aii'honest'vote , .upon any Question, of,, public' importance, ; 'while ho has been in tlie House ; and, those, who think that any of his rivals will do more than,this,. are mistaken.;He has done more for the district thaii all the members 'who preceded liim put. together ; and he has es tablished ;pennanent claims upon the grati , tudo of tlio farmers > and railway, men', not ,only here, ; but throughout, the /colony ' generally. > ? i...

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 27 November 1882

CRICKET, A VERY interesting match tool: glace' on Saturday 18tli inst. at St. Mary's/between the Emu Cricket Club-and the South Creek Cricket Club, tho ' former winning invone inning with 87 runs to spare. The follow ing are tho scores. SOUTH CREEK-1st luuiugs. J. Tumor, b A. Evans ... ... 0 .. T. Tolhurst, c Wood, b Fakir... . ... . 5 J, Royal, c H. Evans, b Fakir, i ... v 0 F. Royal, b Fakir ... ... ... ' 8 Trivctt, c and b Fakir ...: ?.? ??2 Griffiths', e Wood, b A. Evaiis" ' ' " ".'.7 .1 Worthington, b Fakir.'.. ... ... J. J. Griffiths, b Fakir 1 .'Gilbert, riot out ... . ... a 0 ' 'C; Royal, IS1 A. Evans... . .,<. ? 1 Oliampness, b A. Evans ... ... 1 0 Leg Byes .,. ? ... ...- ... 2 . Total... ...' .'... 1 :22. BOWLING ANALYSIS :-A. Evans, 42 balls,' 9 runs, 8 maiden overs, 4 wickets. E. Fakir, 80 balls,- -11 runs, 1 maiden over, 0 wickets,. . 2nd Innings,' F. Royal, b A. Evans ... ... 0 V. .Gilbert, b Fakir ... ... . ... 11 Turner, l.b.w. b Fakir;;. ... ... 1 Griffit...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 29 November 1882

W WEBB'S COLUMN Final Notice, TO prevent litigation all ac counts due to the Penrith An/us must bo paid by tlic last day of the present month. W. WEBB, Nov.'21th, 1882. W. WEBB, Auctioneer and General Commission Agent, STATION STHEET (Near the Railway Station) ' . PENRITH. Sewing Machines. CLEAR OUT my present Stock of Sewing Machines I have resolved to sell on FIVE SHILLINGS DEPOSIT, and then 2s, 6d ; per week,. TEN SHILLINGS will be allowed on > : each Machine to Cash Purchaseis, The prices . ' lire- ,.V ..... ' Home Shuttle Sewing Machines £7, £0, aud £4, Singer's, £6 15s. ; New Davis, £7 10s. G O L * O N I A L W IN E, Pcraoits requiring a glass, or bottle of ;thc Cele brated-Eschol Park Wine, can bo supplied at Mis ,'BEATSON 'b IIOTEii,;Pen ritli, and at Mr, W. Maiiyn's 'Springwiod. ''' F o it s Ii An Allotment of Land at Parramatta South corner of Crown and William Streets, having 140 ft 5 inches to William.strcbt, and 180 ft, 0 inches to Crown-street. Lowest pricc JB250. W....

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The Feats of a War Correspondent. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 29 November 1882

The Peats of a War Correspondent. Mu. QAMERON, of the London Standard, lias rivalled tho finest exploits of McGalian "arid Forbes. At. Kassassin (according to liomo papers), ^witli tlio skilful prescience . which is not the least of tlio gifts of a true ?' correspondent, lio< had attached himself to ' the; Cavalry' Brigadeunder Drury Lowe. . Cameron "was' not disappointed. Iio found himselfon . tlio spot to: .accompany tlio -.cavalry! through till their movements on that ' arduous ' day,and rodewith thcni to tlio, flanlfr march' which so completely dccided tlio'fight,OHaviug witnessed_tlie cliafgo of v tho Household Cavalry and its successful 'result,' lie know that tlio'worst was over, and that it was now his business to got tlio gpod nows.libmo. Ho/had' been in tlio saddlo. the . wliolo of , a tracldoss desert interposed between him arid Ismalia, the point;from which lib could best,telegraph to England.' Nothing daunted; by';.tlieso tre mendous difficulties lie'Vet -for...

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A New Telegraph Device. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 29 November 1882

v : A New Tolograpli Device. Olio of tho operators in tho Wostorn Un i onTol eg raph Company's oflioo at Boston vocontly liacl an opiloptic lit. His modical attendant spolco to him, chafed liini, and mado ovory effort to arouso him, but in vain. Subsoquontly ono of his follow-oporators flvow a chair up to tlio bod and toolctho pati ent's hand in4iis. As ho did so ho noticcd a fooblo prossni'o by tho ihigors, which pros suro prosontly vosolvod itsolf into dots and dashes, faintly communicating to tho lactilo soiico tlio words; ' "YV-h-a-t-d-o-o-t-o-r-s-a-y* a-b-o-u-t-mo ?' Doing asked wliotlier ho cotild hoar what was said to him, tho pationt signified assont by a slight motion with tlio tips of his lingers, and tho rosult was that his follow-oporator got fi'om tlio patient I enough dots and dates to doscribo his fooling to tho physician, who was thus onablod to apply tho nocossary ramodios. It is cortain that no other mothod of communication was possiblo in tlio circumstances, as th...

Publication Title: Nepean Times
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"Why the Egyptian Troops ran Away. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 29 November 1882

"WEy tko Egyptian'Troops ran Away.. GENEIUI, LOIUNG, tlio 'American l'asliawho Borved so long in Egypt, attributes, in a lotter addressed to tlio Nation,- the' collapso ? ,, of the Egyptian resistance to the,extent to " which every spark of nianhood had boon criisliod' but of /the. ..rank .and filo by tlio abominablo brutality of tlioir officers when they aro in thojarmy, and by their mastors wlion tlioy wore fellaheen. . He says the larger part of the Egyptian army js niado up of recruits taken by conscription : from the villages and fields, of the lowor'Dqlta. ; These fellahoen aro the most abject of slaves, and liavo been so for hundreds of years.; Thoy aro the slaves of the soil upon which tlioy live, and of every man who occupies a higher position in lifo than thoy, from tlioir own shiok-el-beloii to tlio. Kliodivb. \ Evory effondi, boy;' and pasha, with whom they come in contact in any way whatever, kicks, cuffs, and'.beats them ad Wiituni. Iri con sequenco of, this bad treatm...

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Penrith Police Court. TUESDAY BEFORE Messrs. J. D. Single, Shand, and Dr. Duncan, J.s'P. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 29 November 1882

" f Penrith Polioe Court. _ ' ' TUESDAY ; " BKFORE Messrs. J. D. Singlo, SliS-iid, and Dr. :&;;iDuncan, J.s'P;^® v .Edward .Butloi' for killing two oalvos with out a license, was fined £20. ; . His Worship, the Chairman, statod that if tjio defendant would apply to tlio Oolonial Treasurer for a remission of tlio lino,'jilio bonoli' would recommend it. They ad-, niittod it wasd hard caso, but, tho Inspector, of Slaughter Houses' (Sergeant Fowler), had only dono his duty in1.'prosecuting. Ho would.bp allowed three days to pay tlio.fine.. Applications for Auctioneers' Liconsos wore made }iby/D. J; Worboys, John Price, aud Alfred;. Oolless. ; - . ' ;Mr.^"Gleovo stated that- tlio applications oughfeto havG boon lodged with him on tho 11th, but they were not so lodged until'tlio 20th. Ho supposed thoy had'not'soon tho Chixette notice. , ''' The ai^plications of Messrs. Price, Oolloss, and Worbbys woro granted.

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NUGGETS AND DUST. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 29 November 1882

NUGGETS AND DUST, J)Y FOSSIOlCElt. Mr. W. Wobb takos ^oxcoption in another 'ooluiim, to cbrtam comments miulo by rao in Monday's spooial issuo, anont tho pro soiioo of tho polico at Mr. Singlo's mooting on Saturday alight; ancl drawing upon his '^lnaii^ years'" exporieiico of oloctionooring, anticipatds souib; troublo in tho Nopoan, be foro tlio olootion is over. Mr. Wobb,, of course hasa perfect right to diftbrwith mo'011 on . this or Tiny other point, and lio doos so in .pdrfoetly bdoomiug languago ; but I still hold that tlioro was 110 necessity for sending tho constables :.to Joyce's on, Saturday night.' Bvon if.there_woro-:a: fow " mills"-as Mr. Wobb oiiphomistically calls tlienv; thoro is always sufiioiont good sonso. and lovo of order in a crowd of electors tbprovont any serious harnrfrom being dono. If I have had not such a long, I liavo had quite as oxtonsive an oxporionco of oloctionooring, as Mr. Wobb-and,! liavo.gonorally boon in 'tlio'tliick "of it too; and I' iiato Tar...

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Official Letters. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 29 November 1882

Of&oiol Letters-. THE following , letters havo boon handod to us for publication, . 1 . BATI-I TO RAILWAY MEN. " Departmont of Publio Worlcs, ? : , " Railway ]3ranoh, * . " Sydney, 27tli Nov., 1882. ? " Siiii-I liavo tlio honor to aokiiowlodgo tho roooijj^of your iottor, asking that a Bath may .bo' .oroctocly^t tlio Ponritli- Railway Station for thb|j^6 of thc omployoos, and havo .: to infonii^ou-ithat'1 tlio samo. shall roooivo uttoiiiioii. V Lhavotlio honor to bo, Sir, . * ? i^Your most obecliont Servant, .. '.$" .' " C. A. Goodoiiai', " CJommissiouor'for Bailwdys T. R. Smith, Esq.', M.P., Sydnoy. .

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MR. SINGLE'S MEETING AT EMU. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 29 November 1882

:MR. SINGLE'S MEETING- AT EMU. !?' ? -.'V, . ON Monday oyoning, as per ahnouncomont, Mr, J. D. Singlo mot his constituents at Cooper's Hotol, to oxplain his opinions ou tliG'''quosfcioiiH of tho day, aud to answer tlio questions of thoso desirous of .question ing liini. ' Owing 'to ft ehango in. ,tlio woathov, tlio procqodiiigs woro slightly danipod, though tlio mooting was hold notwithstanding. A fair audioneo was prosont, and Mr. Pomp soy wits votod to tlio chair, and introduced tlio caudidato. Mr. Singlo said that tlio majority of those present were aware that lie had represented them on a former occasion in Parliament, and lie once more appeared for re-election. They were probably all aware . of the cause of the present election, via., tho defeat of the; Government, on what is a very import ant subjoct, i.e. the Land Bill, Ho could see many defects contained in tho pro posed BiD,« by Sir Jolm Robertson, and thought that it was a* Bill consolidating former ones, ho characterised ...

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INCREASE OF WAGES TO RAILWAY MEN. "Department of Public Works, "Railway Branch, "Sydney, November 27, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 29 November 1882

INCREASE Olt WAGES TO. BAIL WAY .0?,: ? , MEN. . . ? ^V-Dopdi'tmonfrpfi^ f A' v .' . v|#^ Rfti^Vay Diuiioli, . " Syclhby, Noyombor 27, 1882,. .VSxn,-Bofoiauiifer to.ybiu' personal roproson tations with 5 rpforonco , to tho wages paid to tlio mon employed in tho Railway Worlc shops, with a viow to thoir assimilation to tho wages, oto;, paid to tho' men in tho omploy of priviito establishments in accord anoo with tlio principles / laid down in tho rogulatimis for Railway oii^ploymont, X hav'o tho'honor to inform,you tliat'tho wages liavo how boon adjustod in acoordanco ' with; this prinoiplo, aiul tlio' rosult will bo made laiown TO^ii'dhion on'ftii oarly dato.' .'* ;J'': :nji ;pay add that with rogard to tho resolution passed by Parliament that 7s por day , should bo tho minimum rato of wages paid to railway workmen generally, the Government liave decided, in view of the increases that have been given in private establishments, and^tjae high price of living, that a closer observance ...

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SKIMMINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 29 November 1882

SKIMMINGS, . Elections in full swing all ovor country. ; East' Sydney :"to-morrow... Bosult will toll talcs.,.. ; .Mi',.,A. W. Slaclcn, Oliiof Attondanoo Officer .under Public School Act, bitton by a tigoi' snako at Watsoii's- Bay oil Wednesday :las(i; Progressing fayoiiirably.; A boy,:-'«n^b^-§hoj^r6i'cl', drowned wliilo $$,£iiing at^e%oa§Ufl^n? Saturday. . ''f^It is agdn^rumiourod that tlio groat :Liborn;l.Edad.er:i|;'n;bout tp' resign.' .. Englisli^pndors.ifor tlio 4 por cent South Australian,'£1,000,000 loan only amounted to £578i COO,'at'is lOd abovo par.. This looks bad for S.A.'s credit in the London markot . English ' Parliament to roassoniblo iu January. "So will that of N.S.W. Trouble botwoon Albania and Montonegro. Mr. Ohildors is ill from ovorwork, and has gone to the Continent to recuperate. Il.R.H. the Dulco of Edinburgh is suffering' from bronchitis.' ""Wild" .Wright, tho nortorious Kolly gang sympathiser, is " wantod " for horso stealing. , Tho 'Australian :-: Elovon...

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Building Improvements in Penrith. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 29 November 1882

Building Improvements in Penrith. 11Y AN INSPEOTOK OF PAVEMENT. as a sign or tho rapid advance ol renrith, especially, sinco the Woodriifo Estate was cut up and sold, it may not bo out of place to state that Penritli is now one of tho most flourishing towns of its sizo in the colony.. During the last twelve months buildings of every kind have boon springing up .like mushrooms, many of them of a very superior description. Tho first, in High Street, Mr. . Georgo Bosley's new buildings is of a class that shows very clearly that we liavo men amongst us who can soo, as well as we. do that Penrith is *;dostined to bo one of the loading inland towns of tho colony. This building is two story high, constructed on a frontage to High Street < 64 ft. with an archway through tho centre. Tho eastern sido is occupied by Mr. Bosloy him self as a private residence, while that on tho western side forms part of the office, of this paper, and a general store occupied by Mr. A. Oolloss. The b...

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CORRESPONDENCE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE NEPEAN TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 29 November 1882

CORRESPONDENCE. TO THIi KDITOIl OF Tlili NKl'KAN TIMES. Sin,--I think " Fossiclcer " was just a little rough in liis remarks about tlio police, in'-to-day's'issue. He says:-" From my; knowledge of tho peoplo of ^Penrith, I can! answer l'or tliem. doing nothing at any eleo-1 tion meeting, ^koly to cause a broach of tho public peaco. ' Tho presenco of constables iu uniform at any public mooting-whore 110 riot is anticipated or possible-is> a monaco to the rights and privileges of tho peoplo." With " Fossiclcer " " I,raltogether disagreo. As one who has boon? engaged in political struggles for many years, I never know a warmly-contostod election yet, but what tlio presenco of tho police was necessary at nearly ovory meeting. More than that. I have known elections wh'on it/ was found nocossary to import tho best "talent" from Sydney, as it was feared, by. supporters that tlio local polico would not bo ablo to do whatwas requisite. Tho Olficov in charge of this district would be sadly...

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THE ELECTION. MR. T. R. SMITH AT SOUTH CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 29 November 1882

THE ELECTION. MR. T. R. SMITH °AT SOUTH CREEK.: Mr. T. B. Smith addressed a very larger and enthusiastic meeting of electors at the Victoria Square on Monday night. Mr. Woodlands was voted to the chair and in a few eloquent words introduced the candidate. Mr.' Smith (who was received with loud cheers) introduced his address by giving air exposition of his views 011. the Land Ques tion, which are now familiar to our readers. Ho thought that the Land Bill of 1801 had done a great deal of good in settling the people on tho lands of the country, but like many other measures we had out-lived it. (Oheers.) During a "visit to tho Clarenco which lie had mado a few mouths ago, he had Been sugar growers, who had startod without a shilling, and wore now worth thousands. They had to thanlc Sir John Eobertson and liis Land Bill for that. (Cheers.) But, as lie had told tliem, tlio country had outlived that bill. (A voice : Why clid you support the Government ?) He had supported the- Government, o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 29 November 1882

/pi ORKESI'ON DKNTS' will save both themselve ' ? V_y and thosecpnncctecl with this journal a good dual of trouble by observing the following rules: Correspondence, intended for publication in our Jiuiws colunuL«f ,should be addressed to the editor, ' wliile advertisement* and business communications should l;c sent to the proprietor. . While we Khali be glad at any time to rceeivc for publication items of local interest, we shall freely use our privilege of excising any offensi ve'allusions to private individuals. Libel-writing is such an extremely expensive luxury, that we cannot afford to share it-with anyone else. Advertisements, except those coming from subscribers and responsible persons, must be paid or in advance. All communications must be accompanied by the j'eal name and address of the sender. EXTRAORDINARY J Aiiiioimcemeiit. DURING the Election, the NEPEAN TIMES wil be published ou " MONDAY, "WEDNESDAY, ; ' v . . FRIDAY and ' 1 ; 'C''" 'V'.; , SATURDAY No extra charge, ;...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 29 November 1882

3* : Pcpait liitrco, ; i- ISMPBaSFMSff ."' . ' ;-0MM .FOli .'i'BrH Published every Saturday Morning. (CONTAINS loading articles on the prominent. J questions of tho day.; the latest local nowa, find telegrams; humourous oxtracts from Amoriofin journals ; special correspondence and the latest Sydney Commercial news. Subscription 2s. Gd. per quarter, in advance, HHPHM TlSnS OFFICE, High-street, Penrith. . $tcjrra». Special Jobbing1 Department. THE proprietor of 'the Ncpean Times is pro pared to execute printing of overy descripl - tion. ; Posters, business cards, bill-heads, pro grammes, (to., turned out at the shortest notice with noatness and dispatch. Charges as low as possiblo. Estimates furnished. W. LENNOX'S HAY AND CORN STORE, , IIIGH-STltEET, PENRITH. AL L kinds of PRO DUCK always ou Hand STILL CONTINUES TO At A. ICE FIRST-CIASS BOOTS JL_ai|t TO OttDEK. TIIE very best material used, and a good fit guaranteed on tho shortest notice. Life and Accident Assurance Agent. HIQII STRE...

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 29 November 1882

LOCAL NEWS. THE comet, which, a fow weeks ago, was so brilliant an object in tho east, has liow much diminished in brilliancy, and can scarcely be seen at all with tlic naked oyo,. It rises at the present time at about 11 p.m. A NABROW escape from what would havo probably proved a serious accident, occurred on Sunday last.1 While Ml. P. Reddan was out driving, in, his ''. two-wheeled convey auco," ;the axle pin by some moans fell out, and not being noticod - by the: driver the wheel, of course, began to .work off, and, had not a passer by called Mr. Reddan's atten tion to the fact, ho would probably have sustained sorious damage to theivehiclo, and injury to himself, and thoso accompanying, him. ? r' "-'V' ; BY an announcement in another column it will bo seon that Ridge!?:United States , Oii'cus will perform on the'old race-course, Penrith, this evening at 8 o'clock. Tho circus, ;we know to be a good one, and a capital evening's amusements- may bo anticipated. Mr. R. Bornardo, tho ...

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The Nepean Times. Published every Saturday Morning. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 29. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 29 November 1882

Published evory Saturday Morning. " WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER ' 29. Wia faro on tlio eve-of a general election. .. Tlio,;. ^strong s Government" lias boon defeated ; and it is for the country now to 'determine who shall make tlieir laws, and ' supply their local wants. So far as we in the Nepean are; concerned, our choice will' not be, .difficult. At tlio present timo..of writing tliero are tbreo candidates in .tlio liold, and wo shall' procoed'tO.rdviow.'tlieir merits and demerits. . Wo sh'all.bp careful to avoid any personalities, and wo trust that neither.< personal,. animus, nor sectarian 'bitterness, will stain this oloction. Wo; live in ii free' country-froo in tliought,. froo in speech, and froo in action; aud it ill bocomos any of us to ostracise tlio .man who happens ^to diffor with us on matters which lio betwoon-liimsolf aiuVhis coxisoibiicei-' ' ^ ?I'-'JjS--'-' j. ''' ' ' Mr. J.. D. Single J.P. is- the proud possessor o'l'a namo',- wlii'cli i« tolerably woll known, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 29 November 1882

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