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SKIMMINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 4 December 1882

^'Vimii- SKIMiMINGS, ! -Tho polioo-lcGoprng a vigilant watch j ovor ^th'o'splo'otorfl? ji | f/ tj " i . i- "'*. Kdiiitvnly^coiidiict at-several of tlio oloctiou . coring Ninotifcings'."- Pbople1 ''throwing'^ rotten iOggp.irotteniorftngea.jahdiBtones'ouglit jto bo < horsewhipped'. ?i,,;ij '' 'Jambs'; ^in^wliito ftlio.! groatj"cVioltotov is 'clOfttl, ''' "ii.llai i.. ? i:;i- -(!...'! i|ii'.vv ) " Di'."' Bottrell has invented a sliomo (?) for .raising! sunken vessels';' East ^.Sydney,,Election .practically decided tlielfato'oAlio..G.Qybvnment.' Eeid 1, Barton 2, Grifliths, 8; M'Elhonoi.i. ! ""

Publication Title: Nepean Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE ELECTION. MR. J. D. SINGLE AT SPRINGWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 4 December 1882

THE ELECTION. MR, J. D. SINGLE AT SPRING WOOD. ON Friday evening Mr. J. D.. . Single ad dressed about fifty of tho.resicjents of Spring wood,'at Mr. Martyn's Hotel.! The meeting throughout was very orderly.. Mr.... JV. Smith occupied tlie* chair and in a bripf manner introduced the' candidate. j '' , Mr. Single said it afforded him1 pleasure to be ilierc that evening to address .thorn on an important. subject, the 'importance of which all .,are awareofJ-tliat : of the Land question, upon which: the Ministry sustained their late'1 defeat. ; Sir 'John Bobertson had added a new i clause to the Bill which ?would raise; enmity between two classes, by allowing tlip wealthier class the .squatter-to, gain ascendency ovor ;the selector, and in time id hunt liim out and become . possessor of, his .selection..; J'lie clause he referred to, was the one which gave tho selector power to, . plac» another per son'oii a selection, that is*'borrow his name, and under the pretence of that clasq of dum...

Publication Title: Nepean Times
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MR. T. R. SMITH AT MULGOA. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 4 December 1882

. . . . J.f. { < , ! J I' I Mii; (1\ Bv ' SMffii'fti3,d^0BBecVa' lai'go mimbor of-thp, oloCfcors! of';Mulgoa /.and' noiglibour hoocT'afc/>fiV/Jame(3 .Smifch's'ouiPriday i Jiennotli Oampboll occupiod the chair, and ( .Mfy Sinithvwas, frequently clicked ?during liik'spe'ecli.',1",, j"t , !. . "'-'""A V6td"bi' .CoMdonce 'w,as'movod by Mr. T. 0. Springliold, socondcdby Mr M'Kiliglifc, and' carviod litiiariiihdualy./. j

Publication Title: Nepean Times
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NOMINATION DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 4 December 1882

" NOMINATION DAY, PUNCTUALLY at 12 o'clock 110011, 011 Saturday, Mr, J. King Letlibridge, J.P.,, Rothrning Officer, appeared 011 tlio hustings, erected in the Court-house yard, Penrith, for the pur pose of presiding over the Nomination for 'tlio election of one member to represent the electorate of the Nepean in the Legislative ;Assembly;: There were about 800 present. Mi1. Letlibridge opened tlite proceedings by reading.the writ of election under the hand and seal of His Excellency, the Governor, and iii a'few appropriate words asked the electors, to conduct the election quietly and decorously as it had been tlieir custom to do in the past. . (Cheers). Mr. James Price had much pleasure in finding himselfv in the same position as he had been in five years ago. He had then seconded Mr. Smith - (Cheers) - and lie, should have done the samo thing two years [ago, liiid it not been that Mr. George Dempsey wished to do so for tlio purpose of telling the people that ho then supported Mr..;...

Publication Title: Nepean Times
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The Adjutant's Story. CHAPTER IV. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 4 December 1882

TJic Adjutant's Story. _ ; OHUTKB IV. (Continued.} .HU! WHAT a.' strange scene it is-laughter' and ^ cteavsj! /) :-i j-i A r1cl ^ !/l j ' ff "1 ^We fire "all on board now. I was ilio fast of_us to step from Iripli soil, and mbst cer Md-nbt-shattqi tho 'dust oil'my feet. -*AHrftly^iMslfr scene $6w follows. A scrolling .,..,,.,8^gpis.f^od;.Peiii[^-,W^Gi'fttl»f,-a well-known ? 'character t<> us all, and a , great favourite " j R'wifilf botIi2officeVssnnd; men*, Slow conies con-' spicuously to the front.. He is a darlj, hand somo, well-built fellow, with a twinkling eye, .a)id-i^dresfj|A^i the garb pi Bwl^Ireland 1cnocf-Ki'(5ecliesVbluisli;grey worsted sfcoclurigs, and a green-cut-away sho,rt-tailed ;coat, with Krfl»8%aSttitf.,6ii%ns',ftI»o,vhdlo)8prm|ountod by a soft felt . caitlitftW} in' '. 'ttib band of j which the traditional dliufh'<'n is ofl course stuck. In his ^anfl hft carries the equally traditional shillehVghj) which, in his -litlio iingors cauibe, m...

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MR. T. R. SMITH AT EASTERN CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 4 December 1882

MR. T. It. SMITH AT 'EASTERN V;m.' GREEK.!.;'i 'hi J:'"-iif ?? M. T. E. SMITH held a most enthusiastic meeting at Eastern. Creek-on ^Thursday night, when tliero were, present about fifty olectors. i; J.;::; ,"!i!!i:i,ii1,i(ijrr The Chair was occupied by Mr. J. Shand, J,P. Mr. Smith in addition* to:giving his views on .various goneral and. local questions ,re-. ferre'd1 .more' particularly to tlio'' subject "of the baric, which he had at the Cross Eoads, and the report that lie compelled, the bush-, mon to send ilioir wood for him to sell.' ' As tliey were aware; ho';wa's out of that'business. now, but lfpj denied, tliat rliei ihad joyer.used aiiy compulsion. Tlio land has been bought by"Mr. Charles Evans, and ho had taken a share in it. He had been asked to collect the,chargcs,., which,ho: might, tell i.thcnV,>lio, had instructions to reduce from 8s to ,2s. a ton, and ho had done so! That was the wliolo head and fronts of tlio offence. He had got'those men j as'jgpod la' iiuwe'rl...

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MR. T. R. SMITH AT LUDDENHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 4 December 1882

MR:,; T.' 'R; ''SMITH-'A'T' iiuijpENHAM.i .MRiiTi'.R.MSjnTH'addrdssk^aljout lOO of thoj ielectorsi"titMiv 'LawsblilsVLudtlohliam, onj ''Friday ni^lifc,, aiid'JUad' a' most cordial rocop-| ^ tlOll* y .[ ;;y ? (? : i /. ?' ?'. ; ' S <' ' ( j j A vote; of<confldenoo'iui tlio candidato was) uiwuimously i carried on ..tlio:motion of Mr. j ?Liddingtoh|sGcondod byMri'Killion. Flctcher.! ?; ijTtio'^liniirAya's obbiipipd^by, Slr.B.^Yallaco.j

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 4 December 1882

.;'.} H.. i /{'..' f?ii -..'its t. C0RHKSJ?QNDK^T3- will save both thcmsclve nnd those connected with this journal a goo l -deal-pi; xtroublc; byobseryii)g"the'(foll6wiii^Vrulei: - Coi'rw])on(lence, ' intended "fer publication in our news columns,' should be addressed > to the'e.litor* while advertisements nnd1 business communications Bliould be sent to'the proprietor. , ' ;? . ! Advertisements,1 except tho.s'c;' coming from -subscribers- nnd: responsible persons, must be paid . or in'.advance. '. - : ? All communications must be accompanied by the real name nnd address of the sender.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 4 December 1882

&.. s mm- ?? ,. j," ?.:' ; r:;' jf'9-^r1^^-i < -,?> - ! Published 6very''. Saturday^Morning. < l ../CONTAINS lda!ding articles oivtho prominent,: ,-. j n%the latcBt'Syynoy C'omi^roial nows.i <-. . . . j .'^f^Subsprlptiqn'2s. (MMpV.Q9«^r»'W ^ rtinii 'M '*'.' tiniV' Posters business i cards, bill-head tf,; pt o, .VftVv/i .'wirW^*i~i**Ji®'l'N<!,,N -' ?:. "Ii ." iirGk-^iiKKT, W'A«nK-: i, J|;. | . M ! - -^tiL 'Uiluis'v0f ? S»jfel3uG^b.' '°'V' f^^, .STILL CbNTINpfiS: TO MAKE (, PI R. B,TrC &&i5ji3'., ;BOOTS, .".".j.jcb(\oB»Biu ]ih iA;..,, j fPIlE very best.matorial ,usod,! land a «good -fit/. 1 guaranteed:on the shortest notice.-^ii i ^ Life and)Accidonfc''ABSiiraiiceiAgent. ' | .;«! ? u HIQWSTREET,'-PENlUTHiA>\i< 1 1 ?; W. KER RIDGE, 11;' f l - i . //() '?}Ji H<> o1'15 .' .' J,li I " BUG G® M A'N-U'iF-'Ai0 T O'R Y| '.';!'..l1,'i , '.' ^'^(^PAS^ j . i;ri ... .-.... ;-";!:;:;sydne7,;..., y, '...

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The Nepean Times. Published every Saturday Morning. MONDAY, DECEMBER 4. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 4 December 1882

vujblisb'cid every Saturday .' lilprninn;. ^: ;<.;: : ; ( MONDAY, DECEMBER 4. ! TiiK' i'osult'.of the East! Sydnoy election lias liacl very mucin the same effect as the writ-. ingr pnithe.waU' ^t;Belsliai5zav!sifeasfc. The Parkos Ministry has been weighed in jtho ). t balance; and'<found; wanting;* and the" East '"Sydney' l;Electioii'Vteils;the;:talei A- fo'w; months ago-to quote from " Julius 0»aav"~' " " Pai'lces mighjb have stood iagainsL the worldj' and: now'!thiore arehioife £6 poor as to; do. .!'liiui'1 roybrGnjje.!,'tc>o, jtho ? popular' candidate' Avlio 'succeeded in being . elected, '' notwithstanding ' the combined; Mic,.powor of'4* beer' and' Bishops,'"lms had to bow to . the'pbpular Ule'cision, and-to uso a bolliii iaj j' bompolled to take'a back seat. The fate of the strongest' Orovernmont;:^irliiclaoNpw ^South Wales has known',' 'frurmg the history of constitutional Govqrnmont^M66'en;soaled,_aud44 Ichabipd " .iliiM'^een,'writte'n on its!fdrobea...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 4 December 1882

MARRIAGE.     November 9th, at the residence of the Bride's parents, by the Rev. T. E. Clouston, John, the eldest son of William Franklin, of London, to     Caroline, eldest daughter of James Thompson, of   Penrith. 279  

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 4 December 1882

1 .IT..I-:; ? !' ; , . *T71Dlt HSALK-r-])0ncl.,iTlm))0ivi on 2000 noi'os at JD Lniullllo ncnr l'oiiritli, Apply T. ll.Lmitli, 254 iTjVoil SAIiK^iLmL'd Quantifyibsticlass llnntl": yjj.,i i?Vpod', fijlabij,(Posts, aiul:, Rails. fAppJy A., Col'It'tKfttyov Huuvy,S.ti'cot.| .Ponrltbi.; 1 ] '225' To'lET.-.Chftvlovillo IMntc, 180l)'acrosi' I Nearly .|..«illOifi'ontn'fCilo tlio rlvov. ; FlwUclnssgriwIiix land; ApplyIV. Hamilton, Obavlbvlllo. orociulivio. 220 i i . ,-fli.n .'i '»> ; ?'.??? .'I STUAYEli into my Paddock onov'about 28tli Annnsttmo Strawberry Woifoi', about 2!yonra 1 old, bvnMloil liko Mil, pi^cp off, top ol! near car, Ifnob vo1onHcili\svill'bci*solu,io!lbfmy''oxponcas, twenty-oiib daysf,'om thia4alo.r*. m .. \,.--A":YU |: ... , M . iJ.'J. MOXHAM. J = ».» " View Mcm'nt, Ponriilii " lDuoombpv 1st., 1882. _ . ., \ ».> .. Motioe to Momtors of-the I.O.OP. OLAYWOIWK bavhii,' boontpiootal ,L/ Medical practitioner of. tlm nbovo Order daii ilia,consiiltcd daily at. his rosldonooHe...

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Witchcraft in Normandy. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 9 December 1882

: Witdiorofk ia Normandy. -v. A WOMAN namod Adole Mattliicir-'liaa boon sentenced to six months' impri^mnoufoby tlie tribunal at Lisioux, for obtaining jnouey from tlio peasants in that part(fef: Normandy under false pretencos of being able to euro thorn and their animals of every kind of disease. Adelo Matthiou urged in hor dofenco tlmfi shfe had the power ,pf oxorcising evil spirits, of which thoro wol'o throo kinds, 0110 of which could only bo got rid of :by burying toads in a cauldron. vJ|pon ono occ&sion she was sont for by a farriio).' who had seventeen Qf Ins cat tip. ill, and sho burnt 7C0 toads in 4hcr preseiicip of tho villagers, sovoral of whom declared th&'t thop saw a dog jump out from tho mouth of ono of thp boasts and run away. AdoloMattliiou also resoytod to tho woll-known dovico of larking a bullock's heart with pins or noodles and , burning it in a woodon lire, .and sonio of tho witnossos who woro called to provo tho casoiaguinsthor naivoly declared...

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Horrible Suicide at Notre Dame, Paris. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 9 December 1882

Horrible Suioide at Notre Dame, Paris* THE , Parisf* correspondent: of the /Daily News' relates that on .the -4tli October, a young girl conunitcd suicidc at Noiiv; Dnino, probably"-''iiupulled. to do so by a love disappointment. At 0 in the morning she wis observed impatiently walking iuuiukI the,aisles, watching th# ing somebody jvl,iflilK(f appointed to meet lier. ^-Sccanionaliy won I into the close iffTfP^often wistfully looked round. At il o'clock,'.tbo-Yorger saw her still, in the church, and Jioiicod ,,liqr gettingajnto conversation ^vitli an old woman. Iijtacpendontly of her. rpiiued'-b'eaifty thero wan something in her manner that excited, his curiosity and lie called the attention of the English cicerone to her. She 'asked the old wonig,n to accept. < a ' dejeuner', from hor. in a "restaurant hard by. They both lunched together, and're- ; turned to see Pari^ from the* tower. When they ascended there was a heavy downpour. Both wont to take shelter in thowatclinia...

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MISCELLANEOUS. "Lady Tichborne" In the Workhouse [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 9 December 1882

MISCELLANEOUS, " Lady Tiohkorne " In the Workhouse, -AT a meeting of the board of guardians o1 tlio: South Stonehttin Union, near South" amp ton, on September 20, the Master of the Workouse reported that " Lady Ticliborne," wife of the claiment, had with two illegiti mate children, become an inmate, and he asked for instruction of the boardiin the matter. It seemed from the statements made that the woman since her husband's incarceration had been residing in a district of tlio Union called St. Denys, hor chief if not only means of maintenance being an allow ance from an organized fund raised by cer tain of the claimant's sympathisers." She was once summoned under the Education Aot for'not sending the claimant's childron to school, but'these are now being properly educated at twoseparate. places in the country. Her "ladyship" had, however, since hor husband's conviction, given birth to two illegitimate children, and this being followed by a* third, comparatively recently, lier benefa...

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CHAPTER V. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 9 December 1882

"I., s CHAPTER V. TUB ;slioros of" O.wld Ireland," hacl nearly sunk below tho horizon boforo little Harding rogaiiioU cbnscioiisiibss. It was a bitter awakening. "A,fit of an epileptic nature, brought' o'n-by-intense1 oxbitombnt;1' was tlio doctor's definition of the case,, and, ho pre scribed rest and'quiot for tlio present. .The littlo patient, however, begged so hard to be allowed^to go pii deck, to gazo once more on the receding slioro, ...that" tlio doctor, thinking that/perhaps', 'after all,1 the fresh sea air would be bonoficial, gave his con sent. ; ' ; ' 1 cnn't but cay it is nil awkward sight' I i IVscii OIIO'h imtivc ]»ik1 rccwlinfj Ihi'oiifrli. 'i li'o growing wntpra ; it unmans 011c quiot; ? JKspuqirillx whenlifujs i-nthcr now, ' ( So sung Lord'Byron, and t-Jturo aro low of us who CKtinot I'ndorso lii's words. Never, howefor, have I Juiow/ia porting under snoli painful circumstances us thafr botwoen litilo. Harding and Jiiii. lrjpther. ;.'His last her: had boon asshe ha...

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The Adjutant's Story. CHAPTER IV. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 9 December 1882

v/ The Adjutant's Story. CITA.PTJ5H IV. (Continued.) Gii, lot mo go ! She's, dead. ? Let mo go> for pity's sake, let iii6 go," lie screamed. Never shall I forgot his face as! lie im plored nio, frantically, to let liini go. He looked as if reason had fled.,,. So iti had, I beliove. ' His bloodshot'; eyes"'rolled, his mouth worked, and his face was livid. In 'yain I' tried to pacify him. Suddenly his piteous cry ceases, his face turns blue, the foam gathers 011 his bloodless lips, and.lie falls intamy arms. H " Stand back there! Clear the way, mon, and'pass the word for the doctor," I cry out, as I carry him in my arms along (the deck.,f. I soon reach .tho sick bay aiid plac'o liim in a cot, and there he lies motion less .with , his, small hands still tightly 'clutching 'his' fifo. .The ports are wide open, and tlirougli' tliem tliero floats, faintly ' mingling with the rush of waters alongside, tho strains of the, band 011 r, shore which ' plays^1'Oyjiio back to jErin.''' &am...

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 9 December 1882

LOCAL' NEWS, ;' yA " J'JiOAt homo reason bjyothaivof -whloh wa nrcrfi^lf present ignorant,. thotMliifllrol TroupQ wliioh'wh.s, *t-- ndvurllHotl tff nppoar at tho Tompoiunoe Hiili, .on. ... "AVtjilinwclaVii nigUl',1 failed to make nil appqnrniioo'.' r.cWo.<tlilnk.1t- iH'.'ft".;pityiUhat profoMsfonnlir oC*:t1»6lr , Hbtuidiupr Hlmtiltllnvvp^iiii^latl (ho public iu>'? this way., ' ;.v Mil-.-bvosjiy:'ir;^i|iTltJ;;wn«. ra^Uyricil for Emit ?ytf ' j jRrnccninrJo,..,.iii\oi>i>c£fpUir" with' liis collbnjfua ;Mr. . IS;.' ' . : Ooniba^iO.SI.tV.'^y'SrivSmlth has fiorvoil liis- oonstilu ? onto ijoAvoll during' bin' brief ppljtlcal career .thrtt V.-thin -flMSjulXifiafaillinoi'il:ocl.uoiupl%(uit:,-r';,,: .. ":-A?Ci3iin plu^Xi.it',u electorate, was' tho; olebtion ? v ^mflmikmnily^CDntoatcd. .-.thini. at Sprihgjvood.' A . . ..' .^a'lOTiniiuljo^Wtliplllgllwa.v inoii-who iii co;iiiuoii j jjimip|>ort T; fit.' Snjlth-^ v(itoil^.t1io)^i:iViiiKV thoy.-liavo roiiu&McdriiH to ?...

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POETRY. PLEASURES OF IMAGINATION. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 9 December 1882

POETRY. J'LKASUItKS OF IMAGINATION. /\! ^IloVifiwect to tliink u£ things unseen, Ami revel 'midst. Vlie wealth o£ thought \ Taste joyous pleasures quite as keen , As though among our,-actions wrought. ' ) M i \ ' ."/ ij~ m llo pierqo jvitli ^oaring wings the sk(v, ' " To travel through the realms of light. On mental wings to mount-to fly To.regiona yet unknown to.sight. . 'l V* . It ti K 't not)'; U . : 'lo journey over sea and shore, Through desert, wood, o'er niountaiu toi , No clinuitc but ,we may. explore, ,, j i ! }NoViOcWh deoi> our way to stop. For distant as the Heavens above, , And far away as depths below; ' ' Stand regions where are those we love, Where oft our thoughts and feelings go. Jfow dl^t'we grasp nga'n the hand, Or catch the voice we used to hear, Now'sounding in some distant land, Or: nijiybe in thc.eteriial sphere. : J'"or even these we follow on. tjI: .Spanning the grave, enjoy.them still:} They even dead to us belong The chords oE friendship over thrill.

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Nepean Election—Polling Day. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 9 December 1882

Nopeaa Election-Polling Day. AT an carl3- hour 011 Tuesday, the 5th inst., Penrith was ilio scene of unusual bustle, and caused by (he event which was fixed for that day-nil event which subsequently proved to be unprcdccciited ill this electorate. Vehicles of every description from the elaborate coach lo the'donkey cart.-were called out for the occasion, and were busily engaged during the remainder' of the day, convoying the electors to nud from the polling places. At il o'clock in the afternoon ft great number of persons were assembled in the vicinity of the Coiirt-hou.se, and n-s the returns for the outside polling places arrived' and . was announced, great enthusiasm prevailed. The result wa.s clear to all, nu hour previous to the declaration, which therefore lessoned the excitement which would have 4thcrjvijc\beeii shown. At about half-past iiv'e'io'cluci^hcflleturiiiiigO/liccr ascended,' the busting.-:, miutaltdi' lie had quelled: the disturb ance caused crowd-which at this : t...

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