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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 9 December 1882

WAXT10 l)/d£ji I >»i'l< t'Hrdom', Fur ni jlln»ii'H, upplytb .Bciltovn WovkH^oloiit-strcol, "Hytl'i»o(v. .N "? 28" i|cni' rv.ni'lli a small VVjj]111 linlHI' lliljf, l_| niwwoi* "Nownnl |l\>I)ivlli| li III Hi ni> I nij in' I'lH-ti itiiii ' .!iiiin«L. ;>nn I li SALK-Mciul TlmUov on. 2000 ncrcjfynl' 'J/tuUllo nonr I'ouWUt. hTiiivrnj^Qltnullly , IIisl-clus^. luinll mid Dulls, Apply "jJ*. -Oolloss'JIHiirTfl^Hliiii'.y Slvoot," J'uiirlHii . 2jJS ?tLl'Vp^Olmi'luVtHo-l'mlnl.o,'islttinoiw. Xcnrly hi\tu lYmilnjdlltliAilvur, i''ji>t.oliikij{ri\,/.lii},' I l:iiiir,".M'll'yli,tllmfi1l\ii\,(Jjfluvlovillo.aruumlnio. 2211 Totioo- I I 'I'HAY.jJTNjUo \niy I'lirtilodk mi oiv^lirtul. U.Slli 'O A UK»Ht (iiii^LauilJuri'y: HullV^fiout 2 yonvM olil,ItrniuUulllkuaJplfiWbiiii/VUimtfliimirunr» IP not' wlonHutl/wlll l>u srIil|i/w5(^^]lui|t!Ci,i Hvuiity-cmo (liiy.s JU'um tlikriiUo, lv7 .1, .1, Jia , Vimv MUIIITT n»r I nl', 1NN2.V Howft^aMom'bors of tho SO. II. a 0,rt^hyw OUT 11 1in\^&...

Publication Title: Nepean Times
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Masonic. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 9 December 1882

Masonic* TUB annual Installation of AV.M. ami OlHccfs of , the Queen's Lodge, 082, JC.O., was held in the Lodge room! lit' Mrei;llcal.son's Commercial Hotel, Ponrith, on the -1th ilist. The Installing D.D.W.G.M.Y llro, lliohhrd M'Coy; pcrforin«l the ccrofiionyMii'a most - impressive manner. The 0/Hccis installed wore llro. T. M'Coy,- W.M.;-Hm.' A. 'Cfelloss, S.W.; lira.':, liowan, J.W.) llro. Hurrows, 8.1).'j Dro. M4Kau#haji,' .1.1). j ]!ro.; D. T. Wiluy, 1.0.; llro. Bafter, Bros. ISouamy .and »Gn»e, - Stewards. Aftor."*t)M> ceremony ^vaaT^oiwluded, Urn. 11. M'Coy, oir behalf of tho "l)rertii;oii}J$fl.^tlic Qflcou's Lodge, presented ? llro. Tlios.' Hhll^tfvb^i'6tinyj{.AV.AI., .witlia handsomo' .i'.M'tt jpjyol,. boaritf&'on tho.ijbbon tlip.»rooopiont's mouogmltf, aiHl^pn Oig. obvolso sidg-§i*tho jewol, tho" inscription vWPrbsbritud to Past jffl-steV Brotlior llall liy the brethren of tho Queen's L&Jge; Penrith, No.' 082,15.Ci, in recognition of tho.abfinnanner in w...

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 9 December 1882

[!? COMMERCIAL. ISSUED )>yMessrs.,Itielmrdson mid Nixon (sueeos,;. 'sow '|o Md4svs.'T.;li. anil S. Smith) vol"'!'!; liuving «oliiP)r-tlw>t!pk:e>i«iU»» "I'1 December, T&#2. ; >]lalofdntiih,y^ri» to ")fl iiiV . i Bundle 7di . , . , j Lucerne Hftyj'Hti (itl to'lls;7» :i | llniulle .!« tn'Is !lil' » !. llnlo Straw, ,-ls to -Is (!d j Wheat. llajyTis 7'il'to lis Id , ? ; Wheat mid Ont l iny,'(is to lis I Od 1 , ., Olmll Strriw,' Hh i)d ? I OluvIV, mixed,'Is to "is , ; j OhniV, out en. U Hd to 5s (id ' | AVheal, -Is (id to u,V (Id ' I Oats, need, .Is to fit) (id ? ; 1 Onts, feed, 3s to flu (id 1 ' ? ?? | Corn, "is to "is (id i Potatoes, £1! .. , ; Umu, Kid to Is id ' i .,Flour,'I-to to- 1<W:' ' i ,follnrd, 1(id,to ls'ilil < . .> - -I ' ! Billet. Wood, lis to lHn- -t-u j Bundle Wood, 12s to 18K (id , . V i ,l<'oot. Wood, 1 lis lid'to d'iisi''' ;. ' l)ost,S*hnil llnils, X.W to X-l I Fowlri,Tis to (is (id . . ; ? j Clioese, yd to Kid -1 ...

Publication Title: Nepean Times
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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 9 December 1882

?; CRICKET. an-oasy victory for.tho Unions;by, (ii runs, lowing avdtUo Hcovds^^-M SOOTH Oiu3isk UNIONS, r ; . 0 ' *JT« IWliUyb'McIIoiUh ' i 4 :.t. lloyalj h.o.w. IvEcrty ... ... . S .'' '. T. Tolhuiwt, b .liucly ...... I) il. Turnor, b,Hathaway ... ... 21 * ,1. aHIHths, o Murty b \Vntfc ..i "? ...i 7' . . '\V, WovUiingtoii, b ITiithiiwivwa.. ... 7 0. Gilbert, b UolnicH . iV.\ $!'. ... H ? i ,..sA, Tolhurst.J^IfolluuaNvv,. ^... 8 :!Q'.'.01mmpnc«.sf|b ITuthivwny ... ... 1' u !'AI."'jrclCay. Viiit^out)^ .v. ... ;.#... c "Siirtilnof'; \...' " ' * ...'12 i i 1 A f 4 . ! Total... ... "V.. J0UL> 8U.' ».. . OUITON C.(J. 1 ' 1 Jlcllualli, 1) Tolhuiwt A. .... ' ..." ..() .Alilrllt, b Grilllllw ]lono,;b'-Tolliuiwt... ...a,/'. ...,? ...: 8 Oubltt,b 'J'ollmi'Ht. ...' 0_ ".Ovooi»i«tmi out. ... ... ... v .' i,. ,0!. liutlyl .lSVTnlhutwfc... ><<??' i.. 0 1 (il|woii, biTolhuwI. ..'v&'.fft.i -... tl 1 Simon#, b Tolhuiwt iV< ... 1 AV'ntf,' 1) Tolhuwt ... ...

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An Eighty Pound Hailstone. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 9 December 1882

'. An Eighty Pouad 'Hailstdho. CoKBIDKIlAliljE CXCHOinCllt Vi'llH CaUSCll DJ tllOfi announcement that a, lmilstqno. weighing? eighty pounds had ' fallen,"six" miles west olfj Salnia, near the railroad track, An inquiry,5 into" the matter revealed tlije following facts. A party,of railroad section men wore at work sovoral miles west of town: whonh tho hail $torm came iipon them. |Mr. Martin Eli wood,'the foreman of tho ptirfcy, relates that neiir where they were at work, hailstones qf. tho woight:of1 four or five 'pounds wei;e fall ing, and that returning to Salnia tlio stones increased in size, until his party discovered a hugomas's of;ico1;weighing, as near as he could j udge, in the^ieighbourhood of eighty pounds. At this pltico tho party found ;;tho gi*8und covored with hail as if a -xyiiifciw storm had passed over the land. Besides securing the mammoth chunk-of ice; Mri Eliwood secured a, hailstone something : over a foot long, threo'or foiu- 'indiftft hi.diariiotcr, and shaped ...

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Twitterings from a Sparrow. No. V. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 9 December 1882

"Twittering! from a Sparrow. I jiavk oxpcctcSctfto see your pnper 111 mourning for 1110 before this,5;'® you must have 'concluded t hai. 1 had left this world of woe when you wore so long without licai'iiiff the twit tering oil my sweet mtis'icnl voice. .. The fact was that, the Springwooditos had become so dull and dreary that there was nothing, to say about, them, until Sir Henry Parkes.'nobly came to the rescuo by dissolving l'arlinmcnt, nnd'giving them something to stir up their sleepy intellects, 1 and almost, erazo the brnin ol! npoor|bird by tho iiieo3«ant chatter tlioy keep up, as to the merits nnd demerits of the rival candidates. Just imagine my bewilderment when the other night, winging my way home, I saw through tho gathering storm-clouds, a brilliant illumination. My eyes wore drizzled, 1 eouhtyiotundowitand it. At first-happy thought ^iit'jmirjP'boltho ebmet that' hnd thought lit to slionor Sprjngwdod with a.visit, nnd fearing it might oxplodqordo sdjno^liiiig terrible...

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Terrible Accident. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 9 December 1882

Terrible Acpidoat. IN London the "following dreadful accident occured at Messrs. Spottiswoodo's, printers, near Goughsquare:-'JTwo'boys were in the lift of a hydraulic which takes the papers to the different floors ofMessrs, Spottiswoodo's" warehouse. | It'is stated that neither of the lads had any business in it. The lift was pnfc in motion fronvtlie first floor, and as^it was^going past the second floor, William Wilcox, aged,sixteen, pntihis head over the sido of the lift-to chaff or talk to a girl em ployed in the warehouse. While ho .was looking over the lift was still rising/and'his, head, struck against a cross beam. . The beam bore his head downwards, and his nock became jammed between the beam and the side of the lift. Such was the force that while his head was finnly held' his legs were sent straight up in. the: air. Ho gavo a dreadful shriek, and the screams of the other boy called tho attention of a number of workpeople to tho: ;acc|dent.;While, the lad was in this positi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 9 December 1882

COlUtUSJ'OXDHNTS will save both themsclve tind'thoseconnected with this journal n.good dual oC trouble by observing tho following rules: Correspondence, intended for publication in our news colui»jb|N.5Jioidd bcVflddro^scd to the editor, while advoim_umun|s ,tyid b'usincss conimuuicatioiis should be sciiVto'tho pfynrittor. While we Bnsxll be%lnd at ally time to receive for publication UJbis of local interest;, we shall freely use our privilcROpf excising any oifonxivo allusions to private individuals. Libel-writing is such air extremely expensive luxury, that we cannot atlord to share it; with anyone else. Advertisements, except those coining from subscribers and i^iponsible persons, must be paid ; or in advance. . -.-P All communications must be accompanied by the real iiainc'and address oi^thesender.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 9 December 1882

x\ iPOTMIl OT&PMOTT ^Oiw "i'JEtE iPiUOJr'IjEI. Published , every Saturday Morning. . (CONTAINS loading articles on the' prominent J questions of the day ; tho'latest local no wis,; and tologVanis; ' humourous"oxtrticts from American journals';''special'' correspondence and' the latest Sydney Commercial;nows. . ' Subscription 2s. (id. per. quartor, in ad vance. NEPEAM TIMES OFFICE, ...r,f, High-street, Pemith., i ' / Specif: Jobbing Department. THE proprietor of tliu tfejmm Times ia pro pared. to execu to printing of every descrip tion. Postors, business cards, hill-heads,, pro grammes, An., turned out lit tlio shortest notice ' with iwatncss arid dispatch. . Charges as lo.r as possible. Estimates furnished. W. LENNOX'S hay And corn st , lUGH-STllKKT, l'EXltlTIT * LL kinds of l'ltODUOH always ' on . ijand K a. t. BTILL CONTINUES TO MAKE PIR5T-CLASS BO&TS _? TO OUDEK. 1^ - mHE very best matorial used, and a g "J," > guaranteed on the shortest notice; : I * Life and ...

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The Nepean Times. Published every Saturday Morning. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 9. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 9 December 1882

\Publishcd every Saturday Mormn»\ SATUHDAY, DECEJIUER 0. \/-Ciiis., clcctioii ; for tbo Nepean is over, aucl . 'T. B. Smith has; boon returned' by ;dri \\6yorwhelniing'majority. Wo had no doubt .-from the first, that ho was. tlio best liiau to _ return, .and wo are glad to find now that our opinion has been endorsed by ' the electors. Mr. Single lias accused us of , -partiality, and wo admit the charge-to a certain extent. Wo have been partial, in tlio sonsb that ovory journal ought to be partial,Xbyia'd.vocating tho sido which' wo'; iP ,thoiight^ w,ould^ost servo this district anil" the colonyXgenerally... But we dony that . wo wore partial in any other way. Mr. Single clioso %.to malto capital out of a' mistake^ which . appeared in our reporting columns; and: gravely assorted that it was niadG . wilfullyM'oi' tho purposo of injuring ? his candjdati\m''^If wo thought it possible . that wo shpi^d^topiiitasuch a paltry dovice, ,. wo should B^'asll^mecl1 of ourselves ; lint we . .;cai...

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Fatal Accident. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 9 December 1882

>v' ' Fatal Acoi&cmt. I>n bpnclay,-'. a, .lata! .aeciclput, occurred . at Uoni, liy'Svllioh a youiig mini named llyan, ivyocl 20yonra, mot his death, Ho, with his l'alhor nnd iiioUioi'1, lmd boon at mass at the Boman Catholic.?Church,,aud aftor :Berviefl,), ha mounted his horse-«! young oiid, only' rooontly broken-with tho intention* of. going. liomo,.. .Tho animal wont quietly for. somo time, but at'lorigth got unmamigoablc and bolted, The. rider ondoavourod to filoov tho horso cloav of troos, but without 'avail', for it'ran iip'agairi'st'd tro'o;' arid in the, crash, young Byan hud his skull frightfully muashpd.;' 'Tlio' whole, of'.tlto front of lyfs head was brokon in. Tho Kov. Dr. Fatl/or Curron (who was in tho neighbourhood) was ill 'oricp sont,lj«r,: and ho admiriistorod/tho .lust consolation ofroligion to tho unfortu/iato young follow who tlietl about 20 mi) al'tor tho priest's arrival. 'I'hoaocidon unst a gloom ovor tho neighbour Deceased was a very popular you...

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A Terrible Death. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 9 December 1882

A. TorriWo Death. A FHEK4HT. train of tho South .Pacific Coast 'Baikoad, consisting of six'oars^itti ". ono ovoning/ last wook ;by: the'1 sinking of-,, tlio track which ran over tho trestle-work, botwooii' Soiath $an Leantlroviaiid^jHigli-. street' -Station; "Alameda1. The;:lo'comotivo was overturned! and the cars piled ion top of each other., liy the first shock . tho ongincor was thrown, through tlio''/ cab " window and hurled to the ground, with,;a': broken nose and somo bruises. Tlio iiro-. man diod a horrible death. AVhon tho j loc.omotivo capsized lie was held to - tlio ground.by, an' iron bar, acJoss his chest; 'and' ono' foot was' caught by another ; lie : was fully conscious at tho time of his death; ho was hold fast, and tlib: tide of a fast-iiowing rivoi' near tho scene.of the wroclc; was rising rapidly; it 1 was bA'id6iit;;,that ho, would bo drowned in a short tirno; six men wore on board and labonrod to savri him ; tlioy wrapped sheets , about his body, and oxortod thoi...

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A Teetotal Family. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 9 December 1882

A .Teetotal.FamMy^';, asj Tiib .'following is told in tlio 'London fiiiljf 2'al<!ifr(tji/ir:-~.Vhiib/oyon .soHtorn an iiist/bu ^ion as total abstinoncd lias its humorous siao is^domonstratpd .by-.tho,:'rocoiifc family oxborioncos of a young Matinato .Gorman, who emigrated to join his'nnplb, aunt, n!nd, cousins, 'prosporons sottlors lioar Lnnoastor, in the ;stato of Pomiysylvaniav During his liirst liipal at his kinsmaiiis table1, :lio; obsorvod, that w.ino. and boor woro . conspicuous, by kth6Sr|ab^ii!0, while"; looming wator-bottlos wdrols|''to Ipeak, plainly. visiblo to tlio nakod .oyo. * An ' aftoinpt oil: his; part-.to oommont upon |his unconvivial 'cirouiustauco. was woll cuc sliort by tlio l'omark1,'.,l Wo nro( all tomporanoo folkB lioro j. no spirituous liquors; ontor this liouiio." Al'tor " diiii'ior tlio l(Jldj man wont upstairs to tako a snoozo.fthcp girls started oil' to Sunday-school and tlid 'boys, lounged away to sinoko in'tho, stabloi As soon as aunty lpund...

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MISCELLANEOUS. A Criticisea Female. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 9 December 1882

.MISCELLANEOUS.s. r :r -r\' ' . . A Critioiso& Female. ALL about a young -woman. It was in the concort-room. The . assembled ladios and gentlemen were ..awaiting tho boginniug of tlio entertainment. Presently a vory protty young woman entered the lml'l, walked down the main aislo, and took lier seat near the' 'front row. " By Goorgo'V exclaimed one young man, " that is a mighty pretty girl-!"! " Perfect masher,said his- friend seMen-l tiously. "Did you sco how sholookod at| nie?".asked tlio-first.. At you !'- replied' his epigrammatic friend. " Didn't I catch lior eyo tlireo timos I" "A protty dross pattern," observed a lady. "Butdid'you notice how awfully it hung ?" asked a second lair critic. " Bluo and greon " snoo^edlJJ' a thiul^T's^lMtTi'd'*tn8tK,, '";' " She's got 'mco liaiii," remarked Mr. A. "Wonder how linmh ;of ib is her own y" responded his wife. Tllat dross must have, cost; as much as four dollars a yard," was tlio common t of, a young lady-ini the next seat. ' "...

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Capture of a Spirit. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 9 December 1882

Capture of a^Spirit-' Tin? following amusing spiritulastic episode is related ljy tho Loudon correspondent of the South A mtruluui 1 lei/kter:-'' A certain .medium, named Miss ; Wood, of Newcastle, lias for. sonic time past practised;the capacity of what is called ' a physical medium,' and lier seaiices have been! largoly attended by persons ,of-liigh rank and position. But. a medium, - like ;a professional-J|rociter and pianist',''may be ongagcdSy aprivate indivi dual for/tli'e edification,.of his fi'iends, and a gentleman livhi" ati Petersburg, who toolc . much,interest in what are called tlie various . phenomena ' of spiritualism, chartered Miss Wood for an; evening, and invited about a score 'of" persons to witness tho manifesta tions obtained by her 'agency. The hope held out,was/tlmtj' a 'materialised spirit tho crowning' abhievompnilpf^-.a' physical lnddiinn-inight favour, tlip'company with a visit, . aiid: !-the';:preparatiofo^^ of a darkcuod apartment with a curtained reces...

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A Bereaved Woman's Response [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 9 December 1882

A Boraavod Woman's- Response ' ARE you |travelling -"alone,' aslced a tall, agricultural looking gentleman approaclmgi a lady who Occupied two scats iii a crowded car. <i . V^Of/SirJ- : ;rrf-'..-:r ' May I ask who'so with'you ?' asked tho man, looking around vainly- for some place to storo himself.; . * ? ? My.husband,snappedtholady with flnsh ing oyos.- 'My hiisliand is,tra veiling with mo.' ' Qlr, ali li excuse mo!,- and tlio tall man straightened up and prepared to take a standing ride. . ' ' ; '? Is this, seat engaged,' ,, asked, a dashing, well-dressed-young fellow, of* tlio lady live minutes;later. Sa' No', sir,' slie replied, and down ho plumped ' I say, mam ?' protested.tlio tall man, ' is that your husband'?' i '': ' ' No; it'isn't/ aiuV you 'iieedh't ask any more questions,' retorted, the woman. ' But, you said yoii v»'erq' travelling with him^' persistbd the tall mfiii. ' - "' So I am,' snorted the lady. "/<>; . ' Whdro is',lie'!' insisted, tho'ta...

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NUGGETS AND DUST. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 9 December 1882

N UGGETS AND DUST. BV i'OSSiaiCKlt. Notwithstanding Sir Henry Parkcs' boast tliat " no earthly powor could keop him out of Parliament," ho lias boon defeated' for East Sydnoy ;, and tho defeat has boon renddrod noilo the loss bittor from tho fact that oyo of- his victoi\i is .Mr.: Sl'Elhono. Sir Henry has no more bitter oivrolontloss opponent in this colony than tho junior 1110111 bor for East Sydnoy; and tho anuouncomont of tho poll on Thursday must havo been one of tho severest blows which', tho Premier oyor suflbrod iii his long, and eventful lifow I do not liko Sir Henay Parlcos-few pooplo do--but this country cannot afford , to do without him. # # >» . To those pooplo who say that howspapors should take no sido at election tiino, I roply that they are ignorant of tho truo functions of thopross. \M'i| tho duty 'of - any journal r-aiid I hwoUlways strivon to pqri'orm it to tlior iitmofcfl <|fvmy poor ability-to olovatb and instruct |ho pooplo-to play, iii fact, .;th...

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Luddenham. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 9 December 1882

Luddonham l'ltost ow n ows aonnnspoNDiiNT. Ox Monday, the 27th November. Mr. Nicholson, (ho School At tendance Ollicor, visiteil our Public .School for tlits purpose, of looking u]) the parents of those who ncglocted to send their children to school dur ing the tiinoroiniif^I by the Public Instruction Aelfa The riumboJof^athmaniices for each child ;during> six months lling 70. awarge margin is left for casual unn-nttonduflco f yet, spite of this, Home scholars, do not- vouch tjiu requisite number. It" is to bo deplored that parents should bo so cureless about sonding their children to school; and so rob their children of their birthright as future citizens of New South Wales. A little common arithmetic will; show 'that the 70 days is only a little over half thSv number of school days in any six months. Mr. Nicholson gavo tho note of warning, to paronts'this' time, but it! tho oilence be continued, a summons to Ponrith will bo,porhnps, the next proceedings. , iWouliavo lmd some sp...

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Building Improvements. TO THE EDITOR OF THE NEPEAN TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 9 December 1882

Building1 Improvements TO THE EDITOR OF TIIE NEPEAN TI3IKB., Sin,-I think it would bo far more becoming on the part of Mr. Pavement Inspector, to be a little more mild , in the insinuating remarks which ho passed upon the poor , old mail's house in Commercial Btroet in your last issue. Perhaps it may fall to tlie lot of the Inspector to be reduced in circum stances the same as it has to the proprietor of that cottage, and I am sure it roflocls more to the credit of that poor old man to be able,.to, hold tlio deeds of that piece of land aijd jjcottag^,-humble as it is-than for the Baiilts orjBuilding Societies to liavo a mortage1 011 it, like some of the grand buildings not. far distant from his. This is a free country and. I consider it very hard if a.man holding a picco of property cannot erect a libliao/tosuit liis own convenience without (b^ingj jriJlfoo a show of in tlio public pross wool?after weeks. Fine feathers make fine birds. Perhaps if Mr. Smally had gone in dobt to the a...

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 9 December 1882

H OF THE NEW PREMISES """* .**»*»; ^^ 'TTfTyyTTTTyTTTTTTT'yyyTTfTTT^ S. W. RAYNER Intends opening his new premises at Emul DAY, btCEMBEP 9, WITH AN ENTIEELY NEW AND WELL SELECTED gtjfr 3p[ J|l 'JO *Jr9 GKOCERIHS &C,,; &C. '' > I EXCELSIOR STOBE, NEW PREMISES. ALFllKD T, CHAPPLK begs Id" lender hits flucoro thanks to tlic'inhabitants of Emu nntl surrounding districts for past favours, and has much pleasure in announcing that ho intends removing.to tliosc now and ' 'r CENTRALLY SITUATED PREMISES ' lately built especially forhimnt Emu, where with increased facilities, and keeping every article of the best quality-ht' lowest prices, lie hopes to merit .a still further share of patronage. , ALFRED T, CHAPPLE, BAKER AND GENERAL STOREKEEPER EXCELSIOR STORES! EMU. 211 Richardson' and Nixon (SSuece-isoiw to'1\ 1{, aiid K. fMiiith"). . C99 fe^HGE-STIlEET. ,v JUllLING [AEIiOUll, S-VDMEY. AUCTIONEERS .. ' OJnil^SlO N ^J'U'V'NT «. t lUYtj. Kvory l)ay--iVoodV Post* Htktjvalls, ...

Publication Title: Nepean Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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