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

CORRESPONDENCE. , TO TIIK JCD1TOH OP TIIK NUIMOAN TI.UHS. KiuX lmvo^ boon, oua of Miv T. li, Suil(li's:mip pui'lovs "nt Oiq 'latcApWuUon, mill I,, nui vury Kind thnt. ho lutt'ijuoii; roltintad ; but nti'tho hiiiiio iliuo, I should liu soVry'jtlmt <irjv injustioo should bo dono, 'to ono.'of his oppononW whom I ffi'onlly vospoot, It: 1in-H boon wild Hint All', Uumyo Doiupsoy Is not in tho lmblt of paying his dobls, but I wish lo loll you. Sir,.mid tho rosidonts ol! this district, thnt llurliiK- mnuy yiurs nssoolnlioii with him, I novur Uuuw liliu to defraud mo or iiuyonu omployod by him ol! iislu^lo sixpoiioo. .Hoping you will publish fliis In tho liilui'osls of full1 iiluv. *? I I'linmln Ycmiw &o" ' A\\ OOI'TNIC INK.-I iuny nny'nlso Hint I know no man in llm cll.sli'iol; liinro willing In mental liny niiiii wlion liu (lilitks dosoiTes it. I liullovu Mr, Dcmjwu.v ly lui n mnii of |ii'lii(:i[il(!, ami llio-o who kumv lilm 1km I will civ.v tliu *111110 nl'tci' Uiu hun...

Publication Title: Nepean Times
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 9 December 1882

BIRTH.         COLLESS — On Wednesday, 6th instant, at her resi- dence Henry-street, Penrith, the wife of Alfred Colless, of a daughter. 294

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 16 December 1882

w ANTED,-A General Servant. Apply Mrs. Ed. Evans, Emu Plainn, 308 To Squarers- . WANTED Men <o square Iron Hnrk Gmlcis. For Particulors apply to Hudson Bros., Bedfern Works, Begcnt-strcet, Sydney. 283 F Oil SALIC-Dead Timber on 2000 owes at Laudillo near Penrith, Apply T. 11, Lmitli. 254 ijtOH SALE.-Largo Quantity first-class lmitl | JU wood Slabs. Posts and lluils. Apply A. Colless, Hight or Henry Street, Penrith. 225. TO LET.-Charlcville Estate, 1800acres. Nearly mile frontage to the river. First-classgra/.ing | land. Apply R. Hamilton, Charlcville. Grceiulale. 221! Notice. ANV person found trespassing on Belmore Park, or in the Orchard will be prosecuted. THOS. SMITH, . 30!) lied Cow I tin, Penrith. Notice to storekeepers LOST.-A Cheque, drawn' on City Hank form, in favour of self. Two pounds, dated 8th December. Payment stopped. JOHN W. PA QIC JUDE, . '302 . Emu." Worthy of Notice. I N V E S 'J'.Nt E N T O F CAP! T A L. AS'an investment, dealing in IlEAL PROPER TIES i...

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GEORGE WELLS [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 16 December 1882

Itoiiqrta having sold by miction Eur tlio wook und ?iflg iJouoiflbci* atTi, . WCMtOl'll Dltftl'lufoi i Oiillbn-OntChntf. clnrk,'Hh fid, ? . Uptiui-Lhcoviiu Jlnv, !Ih'Id . Iklo Onfc liny, lis-Id MoKlbbmi-Bnlo Now Out J)u.v,. Movgnn-linlu , ' ' On "m . Gnw-rWhuivt KUimm,?'.(» 2tV ' ^ ' , .. . Itaiuuor-Oat Hay, (Is lid ' , , Ktoktw-iSlvnw, -IH (Id ' ' Nioolls-Htmw, -Ih (Id * Uiito.u-Whunt.'Slicnvtw, 4h Id flow- dcv ' .!« Id; llpniiriW-rfSf.rnAV, llld 1 I.: ilp lvlbboii-Now \V liny, "« |d - Bnyoro-TiuKoriie Hny, v|s Hiukuy-Oivtoii'tfbuiiyui, 4s 3d .'< ? OniwU-QUVOnt liny, f.i ? llydQItrr^tl'rtW, fiS A Hluirt yiijiiily (hid w^ok. lllllut \Vo.od, (Ih lid to ^ U< . ]li)iidlu Wood, 4Hs'|(\ 3jH '" . JinktMi \Voi\d, lliy (a \ pur Ion

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 16 December 1882

COMMERCIAL. Messrs. Jliclinvdson and Nixon (succqssoin to JIossi*. i\ II. and S. Smith) I'opoi't thu following Kiilorf 011 Wednesday, the llltti inst., Bale Oat Hay,.7s to 7s 8d Bundle Oat liny, 7s (Id to 8s lid Lucerne Hny, Hs (Id to 4s Bundle Straw, 4s lOil to iis 2d Bale Straw, 4s lOdto 4s lid Wheat. Hay, (Is Id to 7s fid Wheat ami Oftt Hay. (is (Id to 7s (Id . OlifttE Straw, its to lid (id Gltatf, mixed, 4s to "is 7d Clint?, ontun. (Is to 7s . Wheat, us to "is (Id " Oats, seed, 3s !td lo !)s (Id . Oats, feed, "m !td to fis i)d ? Corn, as (Id to 5s lid Potatoes, ;C 5 10s to ijll . . ' ' Bran, lld'to Is Id ». , .lflorir, .1112 to&H Pollard, lltl to Is,Id . .???;> . ' Melboiu'iio Oiiions, iC7 to .C8 t, do . v Qhn«, £11 Ills to J17 Billot Wood, 12s (id to Ills ' . . : Bundle Wood, 14s to Ills : ? . . : Foot Wood; lils to l(is , Posts hiid llnils, .td lUs to ,U 110s . ' , : Fowls, 4s !ld to 'Is ? 1 Chocso, 7d to lid Butter, l(>d to Ik Kgfjs, la.8d to Us . Uncoil, Hkl to...

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'Is the Other Fellow Aliye?' [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 16 December 1882

'Is tb.o Other Fellow Aliye?' AT the l'cccnt. veterans' reunion in Chicago wos i'heo. II. Davis, 'tlic artist of Harper'* Weekly, who was nil through j tlie war. There was one of tlic Chicago veteran's who sometimes took in a little too much wet stuff, iatid who wn-s a little excitable when full. The visiting, the music, the marching, the cheering, niul the excitement of the reunion, had made jiim feel qiiito excited, and he wontccl to light liis battles over again, but the boys got him .to bed, and soon he sle|lt like a dog. Tlic boys were 111 the room tolling stories, when someone colled attention to their'sleeping1 comrade, niul in a second nil idea occurred to Davis, the artist. Pretty soon t lie artist, was at work with his soft camel's hair brushes. He first minted' two black eyes, then he painted a swelling 011 one cheek, and on the forehead ho painted what looked nA though a sledge hammer had smashed in his skull, nml left the brain coming out. Then tlie artist got some'stri...

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Canine Sagacity. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 16 December 1882

Canine Sagacity. A CUHIOUB story of canine sngocity is reported in the Cologne journals. TJie owner of a number of rabbit# near liarnicu found tlmt for six successive nights one of his rabbits was stolen from the house which ho had made^or them out of a wooden case, which stood'n few inches above the ground. At. (lie top 'of it an opening had been made nlx)iit the width of two hands, wliich was closed at night by a' board on which heavy boards were laid. Tlyj house having thus been secured, and as it was found each morning that only one rabbit had been stolen, and that all the rest.;were quite uninjured, it was con sidered impossible for the weasel to have eifected the theft. It was therefore supposed that human hands had been at work. Tho owner consequently inade the opening more sccure by nailing down one side of the board, and covering it with grnss and stones, and {hen hid himself in order to watch the thief. At one o'elock*|in the morning he heard a noise at the rabbit-house an...

Publication Title: Nepean Times
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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 16 December 1882

A! MATCH was I played on Saturday,,lu; Smith'h pad dock,'* Peni-Hly botwooh the "Young 'Australians and iv team of. youngsters from- Onstlercngh.. /Tho only J play particularly worthy :;ot' ;moution was Lang's .who niado a brilliant innings of 2(i. The following iiro tho Hcorca :- l.y ;/ .'...! . . ? '. / "YOUNG Austkalians.-lathmiug!). i : N. lOvans, rmi out ,^T 2. . v. ' 30. Jiang,'o J. Parker, b Coifee ' . 20? H. JudgCS,ib 'JiOUg ..... ? :. v. M...1 1: >l'll ? A. lloUl, o Coffcu, b Long ... It... 0'! '' , .1. NnHh, b Long ... , ... ?<.. ? U Jt' - - T. Smith, b Jjong , , ...t , ...,,, ,.2', , 'P. Doylo, not out ... i ... , 1 , Total .'... »2' > Second Innings. N. Mvans, b Coffee ... .. . ... .! ?> ;? ,10., Lang, b Long i ... i 7 0 '. H. .Judges, b.h.y. M.. .....; 0, \ V, Doyle, not out ... ,1... i lit J. NnHh, b.li.w. ... , ...'i. ... > 0 " A. lloid. o J. I'arkeiyb (JolTee.1 ...? 2 1 'J', Smith, b JiOiig ' ?! Sundries o ..." ... -I i .'v-iVV1 ??'iC'-IVv'" ' ...

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Twenty Christmases in Gaol. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 16 December 1882

Twenty Ohristmases in Gaol A VERY old offender, named Elizabeth M'Closky, was this morning again intro dused to Mr. Dillon at tlio Central, for hav ing booh drunk and disorderly and using very bad language. This woman not very long ago took up an ink stand to throw.it at*the same magistrate but was prevented by the police fr<5m carrying out lior design. Slip now asked Mr. Dillon to lot lior oft'lightly as slio wanted to spend lior Christmas out of gaol/as it was many years. since she had done so. Mr. Dillon asked lior now many ; and slio replied ' 20.' Mr. Dillon remarked that if ho gave lior 14 days that would bring lior 011 tlio 28rd which being on a Saturday, would bo a kind : of a Christmas Eve, and ho was afraid slio would got in again with out being able to carry out lior very laudablo object of keeping out of gaol for at least another. Ohristmas before slio died. Pri soner Avas roady to take all sorts of vows that sho would boliave herself until after tlio holidays...

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Penrith Police Court. TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 16 December 1882

Penrith, Police Court. TUICSDAY, Hufohk Messrs. J. K.. Lethbridge, J. 1), Single, (i. A. Single, Bliand, Dr. Bond and Dr. Duncan, J.s'P. Frederick Carrutliors was chavged wiili assaulting Avthui' Frederick Doyle on the eveniug o£ the 5th instant, and pleaded not guilty. From the evidence , it appeared that, the alleged assault had been committed soon after the declar ation o£ the Poll for the- Ncpean jilectorate, *nml their Worships having no direct evidence , before them, and judging that it was a mere electioneering squabble dismissed the case* It is only fair to state that Mr. Gardyne; Mr. Doyle's principal witness was unable to be present. William Carrutliers, a brother of the previous de fendant, was charged with wilfully injuring Mr. Doyle's horse,, on the same date, and pleaded not guilty. The evidence in this case was somewhat similiar to the last,'and the Bench dismissed the defendant

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The Power of Gentleness. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 16 December 1882

The Power of Gentleness Tllli Hingaiu Gazette gives the following account of a circumstance which shows the wonderful power of kindness :-"There in n. little girl of six years. of ago, n (laughter of .Air. David Thomas, who lives on the borders of a pond which supplies water for the furnace works at. the' Weavo lliver, who has a most wonderful control over a class of animals hilhorto untumenble. For a year or two past, the girl lias been in the habit of playing about, the poud mid throwing crumbs into the water for the fishes. lly degrees, these timid creatures have become so tame as to coino nb her cull, follow her nbout the pond, and cat from her' hand. A gentleman went, down there a few days since with his daughter to see the little creatures and their mistress. At first the iishos were deceived, and camo up to the surface of , the water as' thu gentleman's daughter approaciicd but in n moment they discovered their mistake, and whisked, away from the stranger in high dudgeon. The...

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Presentation at the Wesleyan Sunday School. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 16 December 1882

Presentation at the Wesleyan Sunday Sokool. AT the request o£ the .Superintendent, the teachers, scholars, and friends mot at tho u ual time on Sunday the ,10th inst. ni the Wosleynn Sunday, School to witness the very pleasing ceremony of presenting a Family Bible to Mrs. Louis Judges who has been a teacher for upwards of live years. 1 The Superintendent, Sir. W.'A.' Grossman, read the address as follows " "Mis. Louis. . JudgesTho Superintendent and Teachem of the Wesloyuu Sunday School, Penrith,- desirous of showing thcitfrfcfeawL for you, and their appreciation of your long services in tho good cause of Sunday School labour,'beg to present you with a-Family Bible, hoping-that, its previous contents aiul truths limy always be your guide and counsellor, and our heart's desire and prayer is that Clod may bless you and make you a blessing. As you have now taken upon yourself tho responsible battle of Life, may the' God of I'ence be wit h you in nil your undertakings, and may you be bl...

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Not to be Discouraged. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 16 December 1882

Not to to Disoouraged At Dalton, Gn,, they pointed out,an old darkey who was to bo married tlmt evening, and! took a neat ljo-itlb him oil (ho depot platform mid said : '. Undo. Reuben, is it true tliat you arc to bo married to-nigh I" " YosJ' «ali-yes, sab, you's hit it 'zuotly right, sail." ; " Wore you ever married before ?" "Why, brews your soul,.boy, dis will bo my fo'th wife!" " How long tiincc your lnut ono died " .list free weeks nex' Saturday." "isn't it pretty suddoii when you have been a widower,only two weeks? "I reckon not, snlu 1 doau\ see how 1 kin'help do ole womlm any by tmbblin' round uloiie." "And they toll mo that you are over seventy years old?" " Yes, snh-TV.orisiii' of seventy-throo." " And you don't oveu own a chicken "No, siili." -Detroit Free Press.

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Complimentary Picnic at Spring wood. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 16 December 1882

Complimentary Ficnio at Sprinp?' .wood, Slit,-Knowing -you-arc . always,, ready,to,- insert in your -valuable paper anything'worthy of'notico I purpose to contribute a few lines which-], think should not be|pas?ed by ;unnoticcd., Ono of our many rcspcctablo.railway guard-*, havingattained the -IHrd ..year;of his" age, decidcd to commemorato the-snino ;by inviting the teachers of tlio "Wesloyan Sabbath School, bC which lie was' Superintendent,. to join liim iu a picnic to Spring wood oil Saturday tlio Oth December. . They and'a few friends, to the' number of about thirty, kindly responded and joined liini, leaving Penrith by tlic S.HO a.m. train. They arrived at Springwobd at il.HO, and .were mot by Mr Miirtyn of the Springwood Hotel, .who kirnlly gavo the.'use , of,- Ida paddock and .swings for the use of the young people and children, also providing ?hot . and cold water and' the iiseof dining-room with ciockory-wftro suitable for tho occasion. Both Mi* Martin and himself did all t...

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John Wesley in a fix—and out Again [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 16 December 1882

John Wesley in a fis-and out Again 1'jUi following nupedotc of the founder of Methodism luvs, we believe, never been published. Although Wesley, like the apostles, found that his preaching did not greatly affect the mighty or the noble, still he numbered some families of good position among his followers. It won at the house of one of these that the incident here recorded took place. Wesley had been/preaching; and adauglitcrof a neighbour ing gentleman, a girl remarkable for lier beauty, . hnd been profoundly impressed by his exhortations. After the sermon Wesley was invited to this gentleman's house to luuclicou, and with himself one of his prencheivi was entertained. This preacher, like many of the class at that time, was a man of plain manners, aiid not conscious of the restraints of good sociely. Tho fair young Methodist sat beside him at the table, and I noticed that she wore a number of-'rings. During a pausa at the meal the preacher tookjiold of the youug lady's band, mid, ra...

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NUGGETS AND DUST. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 16 December 1882

DUST. i MY? rossiok'ieu,?,1 rbelievo'ffliioking,'under miy circumstances, to'bo, iin oxtromely bud habit-although I. indulge; in -it1, lliysblf^bitt. wlioii it Ih iuw,tiHu(l| Ijy'young. lads, it; bcciimd positively dangerous^! lincl is likely to «qwj seeds of'aisbiiso*7; in:'''thoir. constitution, which: niayi Iloiwl;,t6v'proniatiu'bioldrago;?and. untinioly; dentil* : Smoking, vis^the(baiise/of tlio; Htintcijifjrowth, the' ..sallow 'chook^.aiultholftck-histi'oicyo, iwMohYclmmc-) I'toiiHja^^hy/pf^bur, youthMv-Auirtraliau^f'nnd,*i£ ^1ibr'ohly;kue^%3vlmii thoy;iiiftko tlionisolvds sick jLn', r their efforts to'.blackcu/; tlioir, 'biittica^'AyhnE, trouble' r tlioy' riro fdi*. tl\oriisblvds1 iii-,tlio'fut'iiroi'.t 1 iby;': ll^^uldcBnicoI^slyo.tb'olv .irbl»VB£b..toV{'tltoVr'fl»t :"'l»lnok«> . fellow or Chinaman tlioy met.; ' Young IhdH/.witliVth'o ? do^vUHtill.on.tlioiivblieojM^.thliikdtininulyto ]j6 %e(i, .withn'pipe.'oiva'cigdr stuck in.'thoirmout.lih-t-^J?ttHotj.; to think soluysolf...

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Died from Thirst in The Bush. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 16 December 1882

Died from Thirst in. Tho Bush 11 Anothku . hnmo," says tlio Arumao' Mall of Octobcr 28 (Queensland), " must bo added (o the isad master-rall of t i'n vol tors who liavo perished far ;>vniit, of * water In tho^dryrand pitiless bush. Tlio l'omiiiilsiof^tlils'i.lnstjvictim fwuro discovered lust ,week..pn Saltoni. Orock, about oight miles from tlio lieml-sfatibi^ a troo,' aiid'tho'Toinains of'itho> body wore- found stretched -'.'.out immediately below it. JV was bvldbiltjithatit.ho poor follow. hmlbouu endeavoring .to lind; a short out,, oiyiw ixiinoro probable, lie ^rashly loft tlio track lie wan following with'a view of lookliiff for water. On. being, Bonrohed lotteiN a'nd' a /iiowsimpoiy tlio lalesiof tltom bearing:' the , date of. ;8bj)tbmboiy 1880,, woro.ftiiiud o'li his person Homo ! of . tlio lott to^wero addressed to 'Herbert Gray, and-! others to;.. Jfbrbort :G reeusidc.# From 'their- purport-it-would'appear that deceased lind boon engaged iw-.a- louiiirur/.tfi.»h. pimomi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 16 December 1882

CORRJflSI'OND1SNTS will save both themselve .and thosecohnccted with this journal, n. good deal of trouble by observing the following rules: Comwpondciiec, intended for publication in our .news 'column*, should be nrtdressed to the editor, while advertisements and business communications should be sent to the proprietor. While we shall be glnd nt any time to receive for publication items of: local interest, we shall freely -use our privilege of excising auy offensive allusions i'j private individuals. Libel-writing is sucli an extremely expensive luxury,.Hint wc cannot ailoitl to share it with anyone els'c. Advertisements, except those coming from subscriber and responsible persons, must be paid or in advance. All communications must be accompanied by the rcaf name aud address of the sender.

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 16 December 1882

LOCAL NEWS. The following arc the - dates fixed for the District Court Sessions,,to be held at iPoiirith, during the year 1883. Thursday, the 22nd February, Thurs day, the 10th May, and Thursday, the 18th October. Mil. CJlAiiLKS W, Sjnglb, who is about to leave this district,'where lie hw spent ko many years, did a graceful thing the other day. Two (if his little girls are boarding at the Convent School,in I'ciirith, aiul.Mr.^inglc having no more use for his flowers, brought them into town, and presented them to the Sisters. Words wore too poor to convoy .their grati tude, but wc feel sure Mr. Single will iind his best reward in the grateful remembrances of the Sisters aud tho children under their charge, AVb have received n letter from a corespondent stating that a letter-and, a sub-leader which,was based upon it-which, recently appeared :in our columns, with reference to the Church of England Cemetery at Castlercagh, contained several mis statements, Wc wish to inform our friend t...

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The Nepean Times. Published every Saturday Morning. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 16. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 16 December 1882

fCepra Published every .Saturday Morning. SATURDAY, DECEMBEU 10. In tlio interests of public safety we are again compelled to draw the attention of the railway authorities to-''the extremely dangorous management-or rather want of management-of-the Railway Bridge over the Nopean. 'Scarcely a day passes that doos not see one or more narrow escape from serious injury, and possibly a terrible death. This reckless disregard for human life, if persisted in, will one day work terri ble Retribution upon the person or persons resi^jiiblo. It may bo that no jury would return a verdict of.? manslaughter against any particular person,'iii the ovent of a fatal accident occurring on the Bridge ; but that somobody would bo responsible, there can not bo the slightest doubt, and if that" some body," happened to have the slightest scrap of conscience, he .would be a miserable man, for the ,rost of his lifo. ? w ' '# ? * : Wo do not profoss to bo accquaintod with ilio toclmical working of. " switches ...

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