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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 23 December 1882

MARRIAGE. HORTON — BURLING — December 13, at the residence of the Bridegroom's Aunt, Forest Lodge, Sydney, by the Rev. W. G. Taylor, George, only son of P. D. Horton, late of Pitt Town, to Mary Ann, eldest daughter of Mr. L. Burling of Emu Plains. 313  

Publication Title: Nepean Times
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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 23 December 1882

LOCAL NEWS. Gaponica. Your communication is ontor taining, witty, and contains many hard ?truths ; but it is much too personal. Wo should bo glad if you would call upon us, the first time you are in town. AT Mr. Bradly's land sale on Wednesday) only; a few blocks fronting tho railway were disposed of at satisfactory prices. Tho total amount realised was about £500 ; but of course by far tho greater proportion remains to be sold. Mr. Bradly deserves groat credit for the manner in which tho sale was con ducted, and it was not his fault that the .special train brought up a class of passengers who evidently preferred cheap beer to cheap land. Thero was a good deal of rowdyism on the ground, but it is only fair to Constable Sykes to say he did his. best to quell it. THIS day, Saturday, tho South Creek Union C.C. play tho Parramatta Alfred 010. at St. Mary's, South Creek. The following will represent the South Creek UnionsJ. Royal, W. Worthington, C. Gilbert, F. Royal, J. Turner, C. Royal...

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Death of Dr. Rutter. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 23 December 1882

Death, of Dr. Rutter.'' . (From the Cumberland Times), On Tuesday night last Dr. Rutter, one of our two     oldest residents', departed this life at the ripe old     age of 82 years. For the long period of half a century the deoeased gentleman lived and labored in this town, with the exception of a short space spent in Windsor many years ago. He was born at Kenilworth, England, and received his medical   diploma from the Royal College of Surgeons at the age of 21, He was present at the upcouohement of the late Lady Stoneleigh, mother of tho present Lord Stonelelgh, who welcomed Sir Henry Parkes. in his native village during his recent visit to the old country. When Sir Henry Parkes was a small boy he suffered from an impediment in his speech, and a surgical operation was performed on him by   Dr. Rutter which freed him from the disability under which he laboured. Some time, after this the deceased gentleman emigrated to Tasmania, a...

Publication Title: Nepean Times
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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 30 December 1882

COMMERCIAL. :v$. Messrs. lUohnvrtsori and Nixon (iwcccsmoys to Messrs. T. It. nnd S. Smith) report tho following sales on Wednesday, tliu 27tU inst. Halo Oat,Hay, fis to 7s ?.'???? Bundle Oat liny, (is to 8s y.. Lucoruo?llay, 8a 9d to 4s Bundle'Straw, 4s to 4s (Id.'. . ? Hide Straw, 4s Oil to iM ' ;????. <? Wheat Hay, i>s fid to lis (Id ? | . Wheat and Oat Hay, (is to 8s " OhatI Straw, 4h to fin " Oliaff, mixed, Bs (id to 4s (id Chaff, oaten, 1)h Od to OH ltd Wheat, 4s (id to 5s (id Oats, seed, 8s lid to !ls lid . Oatrt, food. 8s !id to 8s lid' Corn, 4s lid to lis ? ? . Potatoes, jB5 to £(i , . . Uran, lid to Is , . , Flour,-itt 11 to .-1118 ' , i ? PollaVd, lid to Is , ' i Ulllet, Wood, 10s to Km Humlle Wood, lis to'20* ? ;v Foot. Wood, 12s to l.'rt Posts.nnd Halls, £8/10s to £4 ? i ? . FoVls, 4s Cd to lis lid* . ** Cheese; 7tl to lOd 1 Butter, Is to 1h Id . ?. . 1 v , , . i. - jj ' ? liggs,i8 4d to 2m" ltooon. fld;to lid \' '1 ft Honey, "id to (id - ' *' l'lgcons, ^ ...

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Josh Billings to the Girls. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 30 December 1882

Josh. Billings to the Girls.. DEAK girls, are you in search for a husband . That is a pumper, and you aro not requested to say yes out loud, but aro expekted tow tjirow yuro eyes down on to tlio earth tho you was lookin for a pin, and reply to tho interrogatory..with a kind of draulin sigh. .. - Not tew press so tender a theme until it bekuuiH a thorn in'tlio flesh, wo will presume, to avoid argument, that you arc on the look out for something in the male lineN Let me give some small chuuks of advice how to treat your future husband. , ' , 1. Tho man who is jellus of every little .attenshuu which you get from some other feller, you will find after you are married.to him lie loves himself, more than he does you, and what yu iriistbok for solissitude yu will discover lias changed to indifference. Jellusy isn't a heart discze; it is a liver komplaint. 2.. A mustash is not indispensiblo; it is only a little more hair, and is much like moss and other excrescences-often does tho best' on'...

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Robbing a Miser [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 30 December 1882

RoVbiag a Miser Fon 20 years Edward Holroyd lias lived in wliaff was once a beautiful residence, on the Walnut Hills. In 1860 he . was a partner of John Sliillito and a quarter of a century ago came the first difference between man and wife. With fast accumulating wealth he acquired a greed for more and in an effort to obtain possession of his wife's pro perty brought 011 a quarrel. She still lives only a short distance from her former home, but her husband cut oft all communication with the outer world. Once a day from that time until now a man came with a supply of provisions and the mail depositing them inside the front door,, finding there at the same time money for the supplies of the day, but ho never saw his patron. Four times in each year he was visited by his agent, whom he would meet outside the dwolling, and thero receiving briefly his reports, would issue the necessary instructions and then retire to his residence. Soured'by age, the man became a miser, and among the ign...

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Discovery of Silver in the Mountains. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 30 December 1882

I Disoovory of Silver in tho Mountains A PECULIAR discovery of old silver has been made on the estate of Mr. John Bae, in the valley near Springwood on the Blue Mountains. A pig rooting in the paddock near the homestead brought some old coins to viow, and by a very brief search about the spot a dozen were found, the oldest bearing date 1804, the most recent being 1826. There are amongst them Spanish dollars, bearing the heads of Carolus and Ferdinand; also one ot those rare old coins known in early colonial days as the " holey dollar," from which the dumps were cut; 'a live-shilling dollar of tho Bank of England, and four lion shillings, date 1826 ; also, two English coins in an excellent state of preservation. Tho collection is singular as to tho manner of its discovery, and7 may induce the residents of the mountains to set a new value upon their pigs. It is impossible to guess as to when or by whom the treasure was deposited, but being found near to an old Government road was prob...

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A Girly Girl. DEMANDS COUNSEL OF THE HORSE REPORTER TOUCHING HER COMING BRIDAL. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 30 December 1882

A G-irly Girl DEMANDS COUNSEL OF THE HORSE REPORTER TOUCHING HER COMING BRIDAL. ' " Do'they edit in here ?" The several occupants of tlio room looked around and diacoverod a young lady stand ing in the doorway. Sho nodded slightly to the horso-reporter, and that individual returned^ the salutation with a placid milo and-a-half-over-oight-hnrdles smile, whose grandour of oxpanso would alone have made it noticeable. * .. " You' avo right this time, madam," he said. " This is the exaot spot where the seething brain of the trained journalist proceeds to bubblo, and .tho lances 'of Thought that pierco with unorring aim the helmets of wrong are over, held in couchant poise by> strong arms ready to launch them forth at tho slightest signal of danger." " Papa doesn't know I am up here," said tho vision of loveliness, '. but mamma doos. The very minute I told lior that I was going to see an editor sho said it was the best thing to do; but when' I got to the door I just thought I should di...

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A Crazy Engineer. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 30 December 1882

A Crazy Engineer IThb following extract is from the logbook of a Mis sissippi River stemnlxiatiunn: ' During the the late war 1 was engaged as engineer .'on board a government transport. At the memor able siege of Vicksburg my boat was ordered down there with ft loncl of troops. Ou the 4tli o£ July the ,City of Vicksburg wns surrendered. A few days pcfore.thc fall of Vicksburg I wns ordered to one of the sidewheel transports on to a large stern-wheeler, then undergoing repairs at Mouud City. Immedi ately after taking charge of the new boat. I was .ordered to raise steam, and when we were all ready order came to .bock out. We were under sealed orders which on being opened, proved to bo instruc tions for us to go to Vicksburg, aud there take on 300 wounded soldiers and transfer them to Louis ville. Our down trip wiw unattended by anything more tlinn a stray shot from one of the guerrillas of the thicket. Our crew consisted of a full compli ment of officer.*, 15 men ou deck, aud 100 so...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 30 December 1882

Has opened V. " ttiS HEW fPEMISES AT EMU, - 1' ? WITH AN ENTIRELY NEW AND WELL SELECTED . . SfMS OF isssssi,; BiOarS; asociBBS! i©G.,;. ifec: ' . : EXCEL'S'I0II! S TORE ? EMU.'', . ' : OPENING OF NEW'PREMISES. f 'J'., CHAPl'Llj. begs,, to' tencler his Xjl. iKiiicuru thanks to tlio inhabitants ot Emu and isuiTonu'jling districts for past lhvouiw, andhn-s inwoh !:lllcrisure in- announcing that ho ;hns removed1 to i'thoso ncw and : :j» : ^N^RALLY SITUATEi)^,PBEMisi3S Ifttuly' built (specially for him nl JJiiiii, ivlioro with :iii6V'(jnsot1; fiicili tib-s and keeping Wory'.article oE the best'qualify nt lott'ust prices, ho hopes to moi'ifc n ,stilliiirthor share,b£ patronage. . s ALFRED T, CHAPF^LE, UENEBAL STQlUjKMiPJilt, EXCELSIOR STORES, EMU; 211 iiicliardsdii and; Nixon - , (Succcssors to T,;l{, and S. fjniith), G99 ..GEORGE-STREET,( & DARLING i j 'HARBOUR, SYDNEY. ' . - ' AUCTIONEERS . . ? AN D COMMISSION A OJS T S. rpAltLlifa; HABBOUB SALE! DAYS! , . ^Evcvy! Day-AVootl,' P...

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Boxing Day at the Nepean Basin. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 30 December 1882

. Sosi&g. Day.'at .tlio,:Ndpoan' Bksixi"-:! : Thosis people,- who have. pqrfbrnie'd the 'j biilr-' 'hoy, from'Penritlr tp: theriTepe'an,' ;Basin by; water, scarbtily^equirot^ is no more. beautiful-' sbonory iii .A'usti'ftlinV i liappoii'od'v to; be; one j of. a '; pa'r(fcy;who por-: . formed the trip.on Boxing Day in 'Mr.'Squiros'.; :Stdiui!.'lami61i,. "aiid'''I ..think11'Spealc for tho others aei well as for myself, when X say that it ?would.bo-'im^ossible' to :;tliink'ofahyihore charming way of spending a MidBummev holi; ^flay.'i Tlio weather was "doligliliful,the ^ooioty was genial, and all thoaccdssorib^--natural as well as'artificial-^-tended to make our "im promptu- picnic d, ' brilliant success.; To quojio a spmp\yliat .hackneyed expression '' Youth wns y;4o hoim'j aiKl'pleasui'o'nt tlio prow " and-nof ia- single 'hit'ch^ocoui^ .dky'S' onjoymeht." /'S|S '''< ... Some day;1 the Penrith , folks ."will! realize tlie faoj^whichysM | ^tliat tlio roach stretching...

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A Ruined Town. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 30 December 1882

A Buinei Town BOYDTOWN was built, by Benjamin Boyd, a handsome Englishman of dignified presence, who, as the representative of an English company, brought with him to the colony a capital of half a million. The original pur pose of his mission was to establish a bank at Sydney; but subsequent events induced Boyd to relinquish that intention and to invest largely in stock and stations. Ho then conceived the plan of forming a com mercial centre on the coast of Twofold Bay, which should rival Sydney in wealth and importance. With this end in view ho established his head-quarters on the sandy and. unfruitful shore of the bay, right oppo site to the Government township of Eden, where he erected a small town, established a whale fishery, and built largo boiling-down works at which large numbers of fat sheep and cattlo wore boiled down for the fat. Among the structures which ho erected was a handsome church (said to be visible at sea 20 miles off), ranges of commodions stores, where any ve...

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How a Doubting Thomas Acknowledged His Corn. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 30 December 1882

How .a -'Doubting Tlionias Acknow ledged His Corn. i; -A-: LUDICROUS scene. occurred on :Tentli-siroot last evening 'which 'afforded, infinite amuse" mont to all who beheld it., A-fellow:, who was more , than half way. over .the bay, and ' ?altogether : over tho sidewalk; was passing, by Croorgo Smith's "door,' wheir'the 'latter' noticed smoko issuing under his coat tails. . " Say,.mister,". said; .(Jeorgo, ".you'ro.ou jfirbl" , . ' The fellow looked-.atjjhim iwith drunken . solemnityand with a-lcoivofloffcy. contompfc, : roplied: : f.,4Slmd't3liay yo'd bettor ..go- an'' ring tlio bell, thon !" , ,, j.,.,<< ' .> . And lio walked on; i .witli 'hoad.iupand a trail of smoko- followin^llim......'Vl.'..<..>''..i.^'^,, A j .: Officer Pound noxt ^ot;himv;;aucV;n9tibiug (tiio smoko, told- him that,' thorb;was i oyi'dcirtly. {ii' conflagration iaging,fifehis,-TOflji^ This* ?'capped...Jiho blimax, aiidv the 'follow.''became; mad. u/ iW ;M;Nfek( town,, ; ...

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Penrith Police Court. FRIDAY, DEC. 22ND. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 30 December 1882

. Penrith. Polioe Court. . FRIDAY, DEO. 22ND, . Befoi'o Dr. Bond aiid Mr. J7 K. Olooyo, J.s'l?. Mr. W. R. OuiTan,' tlio pistrici;-School Attendance Officer,' prosecuted a number of persons, for neglecting to send tlieir children to school, for the period required by the Education Act of 1881'. \ v, - JanieB Tanner, defendant in the first case, did not.put ,in. an -appearance. to answer to the'charge, and -a fresh- summons .was ordered to bo issued. ; The . casb was post poned for four/weeks."'' George ,Watson, for tho same offenco, ap plied for'a postponment,' on tlio grounds' 'that'his son was over 14 years of agdf and that he wished to obtain a, solicitor, and tho registration of his son's ago. Tlioi appli cation was agreed to. James1 March; for noglecting to send a child to school, for whom ho. was guardian, ploaded.,, guilty, K.. and ,. was, - fined; Is. witli' 7s M' costsThe "fiii'0 was paid. Georgo . Colloss,'"for 1 neglooting to; suf ficiently school liis child >vag fined ...

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MISCELLANEOUS. Unclaimed Letters. No. 33. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 30 December 1882

MISCELLANEOU.S. TJnolaimeol Letters.', , . No.as. PAKT1K8 applying,for Unclaimed;Lcttera 'at tho General Post .Office are raiuc-stctl to give the correct ;numbor,qf. the',Letter, withthb date and' niiiiibor of .thu List in which thoy'may have bbwrvbd their 'minus, as such refcronco, will materially . facilitate delivery., PartiosUii' the Country making written applications, in luldition. to tlio former .particulars, arojroqiwwtal to fitnto whero they expect. llieirlLottew from, and any other ,informatlou.lauding,to'muvoiil trauNmiRsionofLettord:-. L iLKTTKltB VUOM TliAOKS BKYOND TUB OOLOKV, '';;44 Clo.so''Jfts;, iiivorstone'i * < >ul; . 1!2 Iin\vi6iVlt.( lUvewtono'(2) i : ' . f>» M'Leaii Chas., Castleroagh . ''';VVP-I-I<( '' 8;NaHli MM., Mount Pleasant ' l ! . 27 Seymour Win., Pfinritli'.!'- vt'.<. (l(i Somervillo Mm.,'Ulaekheath . . . 42 ^VillcoxiMrd/ Jane; 'Penrith1 . V, . - '4(l.Allbn l\','JjuddoUham''" 1 " 27,^llftuiieman L.,' Seven Hills ....

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MISCELLANEOUS. A Religious Card Player. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 30 December 1882

MISCELLANEOUS. ^ ? f' 11; > r\ * : ' ' A' Religious Card Player. A wiivATE soldier by the name, of Richard Lcc was taken before tlio magistrates for' playing cards during divino service, The sorgqant commanded. , the soldiers at tlie church, and when tho parson had read the prayers he took tlio text. Those who had ]3ibles toolc them out, but this soldier had neither Bible or; Common Prayer Book, and,-pulling'out a> pack'of cards, ho spread' them beforo him. Ho first looked at ono card and then at another. The sergeant of the company saw him and said: " Bichard, put up those cards ; this is no place for them." r . ' r .".Never mind that." /'..». j When the services wore over tlio constable took ' Bichard: a 'prisoner and brought liim before the Mayor. , '"Well, said tlio Mayor, " what liavo you brought the soldier here for ?" ' V For playing cards.in tlio Church'."' - " Woll, soldier,' what liavo 'yoiv to say; for yourself." . . , ' ,, . " Much, sir, I hope."' " Very good ; if ...

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 30 December 1882

v! v. v^CRICkET,^: f\S A obiokbt. match .Bot^oen the -Balmaiiv . Alliance O.O. and^herEnui Plains <3;G; war played at"Emu Plains on;Boxiug Day, and resulted in a victory for Jilie, local club;.after a close contest. The J,rbowling. j on i the matting wi'oket was exceedingly swift;"and'it j.was next to impossible:. to makoI.scores'; jindoed 8onJTOly: one>;of'tlie'playei'8| left Ithe. | the day. in the .sh'apo of bruised fingers and damaged (shins. ,Mr. 0. Evans showed something' of Ins old form'in wicket keeping; and tho, bowling.of A. Evans and W. .'Player ' was '.most ^destructive;' 'For '?'the ';^i^cet/^^:Oapo]l did splendid services as aJtrundl6r*, taking iio less than 7 wickets for ,as, niany.i.runs. .: The visitors' were' enter tained^ to: a,-.capital lunch at Mr. Oooppr's Railway Inn, and all prosent wero loud in ?thohv:praises"of; tha catering of their host and hostess. A . most .enjoyable' day was ? spciu t7;' ftncl tlio riiombqrs Vof! tho .Balniain ^Allianco ....

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Wearing the Hat in Public Worship [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 30 December 1882

Wowing tie Hat in FuUio Worship . Jewish congrogfttions worship with thoir heads covered ; so do tlio Quakers, although St. Paul's injunctions on this matter arc . clearly condemnatory of the practise. The 1 Puritans of tho Commonwealth would seem to have kept thoir hats on, whothor preach ' ing or boing preached to, since Pepys notes hearing a simple clergyman exclaiming against men wearing thoir hats in tlio church and a year afterwards (16G2) writes-" To tho French Church in the Savoy and there they have the Common Prayer Book,, read in French, and which I novor saw before, the minister do preach with his liat oil1,1 suppose in further conformity with our Church." ?William. III. rather scandalised his church going subjoots by following tho Dutch Til custom, and keeping his head covorod in ' 'ohiirch, and when it did plcaso him to doff his'-ponderous hat during tho service, ho invariable donned it as tho preacher mounted the pulpit stairs. When BosBuet at tho ago of 14 treated tho...

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The Adjutant's Story. CHAPTER V (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 30 December 1882

The Adjutant's Story. i ; - j CHATTER V, (Continued.-) AT about"' this time you : will see, somewhere in the waist of the ship, tlio quarter-'ihastor sergeant and a few of his pioneers ongaged irf.a^mysterious- preparation round a large tjjb;, /vyhile ; the subaltern of the day, with his crimson sash across his shoulder to denote that ho js on duty, Htands looking on, and the soldiers (each man .with a little ^.fcinipimakin'Ui hip hand and a very, wistful ' look in his 'eye) , stand' in 'long files before him. The word is given that all is ready, and then'each man in turn, and at'the call of his name, steps up.to the tub, and holds out his pannkin, wliicli is thereupon iilled . witli that nautical nectar, rum and water. There, and then, in the' presence, of. his officer, the poor | fellow drinks it oil', and then with a tender sigh over-the fleeting nature of life's pleasures, and a back-handed ?movement,across'.liis 'lips;, he givestplace to. tho next1 man 'behind.'' No. man"' is '...

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CORRESPONDENCE. THE ALCONY QUESTION. TO THE [?]TOR OF THE NKPEAN TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 30 December 1882

CORiESPONDENCE. .1 V' TIP LLCONY QUESTION. . TO'THIS 1-FTOIL 01? THE NKPKAN TIMKS.*' Sin,-Iii youi sub-leader of last.'Sattu'duy'sr .iiauoffyfiii!' li ,'ei-stated '(assertions iii ,i<re Williams' Bal my .'Case; whiclr'shbuld not,, find will not, o' to! .ihe'j ^ratepayers' withput contradiction'.!Hthbii'tVa, just, stato of tlio case placed bc&ro them. You' state, there is a doubt as tSwliother Mr. Williams lias a lflegal; right'tb1 Toct a' balcony oveiWnging 'the footpath,, aid that it is ;the duty of tlio' Council ;to set flat doubt! irifeht at once and lor. dyer.. No\| Sir, I donotvagreo with you.' IVilliamslias .booh pMSowpnteifby tlio. pblicdi'idud1 finc|' and1 'wiis ordered to' pull .do(wn; tho.-balc&y. .'He lias not cloiio so, and tho proseciion lias lapsod as it was jillogal. V; Next; . le; \is;^prosecute|cl' ;by the ".Council, and .MM Gannon was brought 'Hip at a.costi I suppdo. of ifilO (ton pound} and t^o-'.oMo; is''tdismffied .yon-State.It is the...

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