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A Delicate Case. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 30 December 1882

A Delioato Oaso TUB St. -James Gazette says :-'J A decision of some importance oh a question relating to patonts, arising out of unusually interest ing circumstances, has been given in tho United States Supremo Court. A lady, by name Miss Creiger, snappod a corset steel .. at a picnic. Tho noise of tho snap was heard by a Mr. Barnes, who begged to be allowed to make her a pair of springs that would not break. She consented. Mr. ? Barnes, being a skilful mechanic invented and constructed an improved kind of corset - spring, and for throe years supplied these springs to Miss Creiger, at tho ond of which timo lie married hor. The question raised boforo tho Suprome Court was whether the wearing of tho invention by Miss Creiger was such a public usage allowed by the inventor as should provent Mr. Barnes from obtaining a patent. The court decided against Mr. Barnes, but Mr. Justice Miller dissented on tho following ground:-"If the little spring," ho says " inserted in a single pair, of co...

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

iVlftltEl).-A Qonernl. Servant. Apply Mrs, Kilt Wviuw, l3mu Plains. 1108 ~V\TANTK1) immodintoly n Caretaker for the VV Ayorrington House and Ground}, who will live rout Iroo for throo months. Apply at. the Houso on Wednesday, 8rd January, 18BU, not hit or t1m»'2 p.m., or nf. Sydney nud Provincial Land ririd llullding CO'h,, Limited, Pitt arid-Park Streets, Sydney. . ' - 825 P |01t. HALK-Dead Timber on. 2000 riorcai Laudllio near l'onrith; Apply T. It. Smith. 251, EOlt 8ALU.-100 aaroB at Mulftoa Forest, llesi«' u,'. donee nnd partly alonrod. Apply ..:'L.',. !. *. A, OOtLTSSS; . 8H\ v . HigU-strciot, .' .TT1Q LUT.-Ohnrluvlllq TCfdnto, ISOOncnw, Nearly. JL, mile froiilngo to tho rivor. -Ktntt»oln«flirnutlittc' land,Apply 11. Hamilton; Oharloville,orooiidale. 220 TI71Q' LlOT.^lOi) iuuieaVHplondid griisR lnnil to'lot. X Apply .1, Vuik Peiirlth. i , : . »v M LOST OlUTOWSN.-A Whlto Greyhound Slut. Itosynrd o£ ion-returning to /?' ;"v._ | : JAMJ58 UOLNTOXJ'^ ;;; 825. iPonvith.' IMPORTANT NO...

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NUGGETS AND DUST. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 30 December 1882

NUGGETS AND DUST; . 1»Y FOSSIOKKlt. To'dispose of a,he\vspapor on; tlio Art Union principle is, a j'somewhat,novel ,idoa; but noyol , ;ideas 'avp;, no'tiling td 'the fortilo brain of my 'fnpna Dick Thatcher who, if I mistake,not, is"responsible for this, brilliant suggestion.''' Tfie^TFe«itor»'' Independent is an old and well conductod journal, and as i t is said to '1*0till'ii ," its '" propriotoi-. a vory -; decent inepmo, >ye AVOUIC!tliiulc that it would be easy to; find.a, piu'^iaser without resorting to ;such ar extrrtordiiiary -expedient asan Art Union; ' The City of the West-basso many newspapers ;? that ij the, pr.opriotors -sof tho others,could.ieasily^club i togother [and buy >out, the. hulepemlmt;]}yhioh, if I mistako not is,a most dangerous rival. . . * ' ' Irai^jori^.iiici^leai'n that there was an exhibition bf lamkinism 'during the cricket inatcli played between the ;Half. Holiday 0.0. and the Juvenile Ponrith 0.0. on Olmstnms: day; r; Some young men who ought to...

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

[0KRJ5SP0N'1JI3N'J.'8 will save both theniselve V:. and t)»o(se eojijiocted^ with this journal a good diMofrtroubleby observing tho'> following rides. Cqrrustxmdciice, intended £ur .publication' in our news columns, should lie addressed to the editor, while ad vqrtisomcnts qnd business communications Klioii'ld be sent to^tlie proprietor. . ' ; WJiilo we.Hball be i'lad at,any Umo to receive ,3or IJUblioatiaiL item* 6£ local interest, wc shall freely use our privilege of excising nuy .offensive (illusions to prim to individuals. Libel-writing is such an extremely expensive luxury, that we cannot afford t0j'slinr(j-,it with;attyoue'el8e. \ "Advertiscmentsj 'except ' tliosd 'coming from 'KulmHbfcm-micV "reiponliible'' persons/ must' be paid . .or in,advance.- - . p. i..; , All communications must be accompanied by the rejvl name and address of the sender,, >

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

(V xmspsmmr -OMAJf -:... ;*.,i .7 , ^014 U.M3C.XS FJUOJ^XjJSJ. Published every Saturday Morning. CONTAINS loading articles on tho prominent quoBtions of tho day ; the latest local news, , and telegrams; humourous extracts, from American journals ; special correspondence and tho latest Sydnoy Commercial news. '''1 Subscription 2s. Od. per quarter, in advunco. NEREftM TIMES OFFICE, . High-street, Penrith. : ' , ./tyljc $tcpw' ®imcf» n : m Special Jobbing Department. rWHE proprietor'of the Mjwqn Tivice is pro .1 pared to execute printing pf every deBcrip. tion. Posters, business cards, bill-Iieads, pro " grammes, &o, , turned out at the shortest notice. P with .neatness and dispatch. , , . ._ j-,t. «»».» 1 Charges as low as possible. Estimatesfurnished. ; <' W. L E N N O X ' S : HAY AND CORN STORE, . ,, HkfH-STBBST, PBNRlTIf. I,L kinds of PRODUCE always on Hand STILL CONTINUES TO MAKE FIRST-CLASS BOOTS TO 0RDEK. THE very best material used, and a good fit guaranteed ...

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The Nepean Times, Published every Saturday Morning.' SATURDAY, DECEMBER. 30. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 30 December 1882

Published .every Saturday Morning.' y ? ?') -vr- r,i' ' 1 ?'-1_U .i i ? -SATURDAY,'DECEMBER. 80. 1 ; Wrrik this -issue of tho Nupcan Times, wo .... - teriuinatp ithp first; year ofi our;'literary pxis i. iK%*cPj^and AeveV there -wasi.reason' to pro diet a prosperous careor; for a juvenile]; pub ? lication,* it exists in our case. It is'cUstom-v ai-y lor the conductors of country journals to . state that , they have." siiceoedodboyond their. !"Wildest anticipations," but it is hot always true; howovor, wo can 'go;-a little further and say, that Pur , success lias been un paralleled in the'annals of colonial provincial journalism'.; 'Starting with a rival, form'id-' j ,."a|)j.p pnougli in its way, inasmuch as it-was the first newspaper published in the district;; ; and-haying^ to1'encounter difficulties,; all tho; J;;'.'; I^oj'ji'^pl^yqkmg_t becaiiso they, could not: 'possibly, ,bo foreseen, we,have i ovorcome all il" i jobstaclesi and' are now recognised' as the , acknowledged organ ...

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 30 December 1882

LOCAL NEWS.   On New Years Day, the Penrith Post Office will open from 11a.m. to 11.30 a.m. and from 7 p.m. to 7.30 p.m. An early delivery will be made by the letter carrier.   'On Boxiug Buy,'while..Mi4:' B^HayneS' SyasV^diiying his,, coaolii down ' High-street, . one ,of the horses bocamo restless and com menced* kicking, caiised by <the flics-' which; wero ' so ' trpublesome oh that day.' The horse continued kicking until'lie.'got' his leg over the'pojfo ,breaking it.'.off,.close to the fore cavriago.,. .Beyond,,this , no further, damage 'was (lone, though tlior party, in tho; trap vwho ; .intended to havoja days outing wero disappointed.. THIS is tho. first snako story of tlio soa-: sonOu' Saturday-night,,about,8 lo'elock,? Mrs. R. Nowell,; who lives vin Ntfrtli-stroot, was startled by tlio screams of lior children,1 who ,<woro in tho , front Jiodrbom./ Upon; hastily proceeding to the "room; slio found the. cause of tlio alarm to b...

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 6 January 1883

u ' > COMMERCIAL. v :;>'"i Messrs. lUelmrdson'anil Nixon.(Huooes.s6rs to Messrs; T. B. (iiul S. .Smith),report the following snlos oif Wednesday, the,3rd lust.. #.'» «aIo Ont. May, ri.g.irt to . nutidlo Ont I lay! 48 lid to7sj!)d.. . ' Lucerne Hay, 2svtbi4H !)d'. . ?, )vJr : Handle Straw, iis lOd to Is, ;« , UallflHtnuv, iis 8d to Ss Uld , Wheat. Hay, 4s tn 5s pd ,*> "-jj <* Wheat .ami OattHay", 5s to.-7s Chart $tnn\\ 4s,lid - V Uha1V, inixeiA, lis to us 2d , " Ohaff,, oaten, Bs fid to7s (id Wheat, -Is lid to fis (id Oats, suud, its Hd to Us ltd Oats, food ..Sis 3d to ilsOd '.Corn, .ft ild to 5s ? Potatoes, £7 Hmn, Ud to-ls Flour, ..nil to .HI!) : " Pollardi'lld to Is1' llillot Wood, 10 s to ,15s llmidlo Wood, Ids to 2-ls lid Foot, Wood, 18s to 15s Posts and Hails, :CH IDs to Ji4 10s Fowls, 4s (id to (is (id Oheesc,'fid to HJd < Nutter; llld to,Is *,>?"." Hggs, Is Ud.t<r2s 2d 1i[icoU|'ll)(Vto''lld Honey, 5il to (Id . , . Pigeons, Is (Id t...

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To Prevent Hens from Sitting. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 6 January 1883

.' To'^event Hens from Sitting [ ThjT-American"Poultry Journal1 gives the followingadvice 'upon this i stibjeot i-r-'f Do not drench-thorn in water, nor put thorn in | a barrol with an inch or two of water in tlie bottom; nor tie ithem up by one log to a tree, nor auy'of those;/ cruel practices which our fathers'* in their ignbranco used to quench the natural instinct; but take them from their nests, put thom in a large coop in the open air.Tundor a shady tree, if,the weathor is warm, and feed thorn lai'goly with every thing, including baked beans, that, you, givo to your laying liens. ' In many cases tho fowl comvnoncesto.sit when she,-is. in good conditiori^d'koGp on 'laying ';Gggs, if we can but got the notion out of her?hteiad that she must bo a clucking mother! She needs, perhaps,- the material foiv eggshells, wliioh; may bo easily supplied. Furthermore, alio should not be put in. a small coop,' where slio would nrtt'obtain exercise; hotter!put her in a:p^liayiug no.floor, but ...

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An Unwelcome Visitor. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 6 January 1883

Ail TTawelooxne Visitor THIS Sultan of Turkey lias proBQiitod Gon .Low Wallace, tlio-'AHiorioan Minister, with a beautiful OircftBsian girl. Mrs. Wallaco was sitting at'tlio front window of her'O.on stautinoplo liouso, on. the, verge? of- going down to tlio bazaar, for somo embroidorod stuffs to sond homo, when a calvacado drew up before tliodoor, a lingoounueli, arrayod in Sultan's livery, knocked at the door and salaamed, and thou , two. euuuclis: a sizo, smallor brought in and'deposited on tlio in side door-mat a big-eyodr beautiful Circas cassinn girl, whoso lustrous,orbs and spark ling jewels wore but little bbsoiu'od by 1 the filmy gauHo veiling that oovoi'ed' lior from ;head to foot. Mrs. Wallaco started at tlio girl in dumb amazement. ' " What do you want ?" slio said. ; Tli'o girl shook lior hoad, ' ' , " Mustaby, Mustaby I" cried Mrs. Wal laco sharply; "what does this .mean ?" . ; ' Mustaby 'camo' from' tlio floor bolow, where ho had boon polishing somo knivos iwith Bristo...

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MISCELLANEOUS. Why Lucy Cried. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 6 January 1883

MISCELLANEOUS. Why Luoy Cried. Ono evening Lucy's yemng man did not 'keep his cngftgment to come and* help" her liold down tlio sofa, and alio was very angry, because tlio young man generally brought along a box of candy, and Lucy could make it look tired about as easily, as any girl in town. . So. slio sat down-at thd piano and began to sing. . After she had given the folks a sample of" When the RoBes;B).oom Again," Only a, Pansy Flower," " Empty is the Cradle," . and-a few.jpther gonia of ionelody. -that;WTddJrriaktf^like commiiiiig murder, lier father said that perhaps, she had botter quit, as.lio didn't' care about having the patrol wagjgon making useless trips on such a cold night.: ; Lucy mado no reply to this remark of lier" father; but only slammed tlio njusic down pretty hard; probably .to show what slio could do in case she should ever get real hot. Then she began to play the piailo, starting in 'with'-" The ..Battle, of Prague."; When slio had finished tlio piece, lier pa...

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A Camp Meeting Ane[?]dote. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 6 January 1883

A Camp Meeting Aneodote AN incident;' of camp meeting life Retailed by a clergyman on a Baltimore 'steamboat is' thus'ireporfced" An old couple had con siderately supplied thoraselves with a bottle of penny-royal oil with wliiqh to. keep off the, mbsqtiifcoes. Tliey extinguishedtheir light ,,and retired, forgetting tlio antidote.. Tlio lAosquitoes were; very bad,- and after standing it' ug.JongW' they could, tho old lady ."got ify Afed got a well-filled ink bottle instaxl46?itli&"oil, and gavo tho old gentle-' man a thorough lubricating with the liquid, face, handstand feet; she tlion anointed herself .in' thosamo manner. They again essayed io court the drowsy god, but could onlp get; an occasional nap. Finally; /the ?old lady^got.up and struck a light... Giving a' glance ? at the bed she had just left, she beheld 1 to, her horror a coloured person,.^ she- supposed, stretohed in tho pla^fi of her spouse. She quietly got the poker, and .beat the old. gentleman ovor tlio hoad,...

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Prenological Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 6 January 1883

Proaologioal' XTotos. . ' Eound-iiyed persons seo much, livo much in SGiiBQS, - but; -' think loss. ^ ^r^ow-pyed persons,; on tho other hand,|see lossrJbut think moro and feel more intensely;'- It will'be observed that tho_oyoY .of children are open and round.' Their Jjiolo life is to rocoivo impressigns. ? It is oil|' whon cliil hood is maturing toward manhood or woman hood that thought comes at a|. But what is it that moBt leads i;o. roflectiqji ?'/ Experi ence. Our. errors,, our shortcomings, bur failures-these toach - lis to thidc boforo wo act, to consider each-step, to Wgli every, motive. When, tliorofore, tho roper oyelid -for it is that'which has tl| groatost amount of mobility-droops .oveutho oyo it indicates not moroly reflection, put some tlyng painful to ronect about. Honco the longth of drooping of . the upper fyelids bo tokens confession and pomteW.'?, The drooping of half of't tho oyolids Vom the outor anglo to the contrd indicatoffitho dis position to confqss.ono'H f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 6 January 1883

S. W. RAYNER ;?v :..r .; . , --i .=;.-« ' »? r..' ',??;?.? -'f v;.) ; ; . r:.v/<.; . .? ; r(- : ; - ,.r i;. ; ?? > Has opened it.'J U.I. EXCELSIOR STOltK, ' 1 EMU. ;I'-i-'Vi .'lsvim: A-i'ii -\l ? .7!| OPENING OF (NEW PREMISES.* i. ,v^4;jI,) .'I A mini) 'T, CKAl'i'LH' bog*"to ibmlcr/ii ((.' IX siiicqi'o thanks to the i ulitvbiiiiutii tif: Mmuftiii 'suiTouiidiiig districts for prist favours', mid litis iitticl p]oi\suro;'ia> announcing;;jtliafc;fl}oi;hp,s;; removedto those now and ( . ' v . - , ?.ivp."! i OE NTRALLY SITUATED? PREMISES/ : i \ ' t it > ! >i! i i> j, ?ln-tcl^T-built a?peoially foivliim at/Emiijiwiioi'o'with'' inpreasqil iaeiliti(j3:au?lrkcophjg/(ivory, nrticlo,o£,itHo' bbstt'quality.at!, lbwtftt'i prlops^lio liopiato merit', !ti 'still further sliaro of patrbnngo,' ". *>&<{ :^ALFRED' TklcUAPPl^Ef i t,\ <, ~ i .1'. ' . ' 'E&OELSIOR, STOBlES, 'EMU.^211 . Stiehiinlsoi) ami Nixoivfy, ?:'r' ? -V''i^Bucccssoi^t...

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 6 January 1883

' iJ^CALnNEWS, : 'ft leoture w.ill: bo ' ddiivored oil 'l&driday ovoniug'next, ;iir tlio' School-robin at' S|s.i Mary's,^by Mr. J, Ii. Bpacroft; onTliij ^Vondprs; of i<Nature." . The-subject is^aii . interesting one, 'arid, iio doubt,' 'tho^e :#Iib ? iiiBoild' will bo . amply repaid.! . Tli'e. procoods 1'of1 tlio- lbctiiro are to bo. devoted to the Church Building Fund. A;<ON*jNdw :yeftr'H -3)ayia-.i')ai,ty'of'' aUbut one . /j-hunflro'd;; anjK' flfty.^assom Woj^ iat>.jGlonl?rook . hi response'to the'nivitaiioh of Messrs., E. '.^and1 J. ? Hoe,' who annually,.invito1 .;jthoir iriends.-to; spend itho day at that rural jspot. Tho iweathor; proving quite favourablS for out door amusement's, the party enjoyed ^ themselves <to .their "heart's desire/' by '"ihdiilging in. various sports. & largo rofrosh ./ mont bootli was orected on tlio park and at ^oiie o'clock 'the party sat down to a suipp tuous siiread, which .was provided by Mrs*!1'....

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CORRESPONDENCE. TO THE EDITOR OF THIS NEPEAN TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 6 January 1883

. CORRESPONDENCE. Tf)k£IIE EDITOK OP THIS NKPJJAN TIMES.. . Snt,-In your editorial noto at the foot of ,my.lottov^yott''Btat©:-Ij'amf mistaken in stat ing that th'o Mayor lias not been authorised to take action in tlio matter. Now, Sir, if you read that, part 'of my, letter_ which. ap plies to >{he^ authorization/ you will find' that it is you who aro mistaken, not I.:v''You'Svill find tlio following sentonco " Now, Sir,. I as- an, alderman of. the Counail, bog to state that your...,'assertions aro not coiToot.; Mr. Gannon lias not roceiyod iristruetions./from 'tlio' Council to appeal to the.''Supreme;' Court." Also you state, in your ! foot, uoto;, ttie",;28th": S'optem-; iber.iand again on the 12tli of Octobor, 1882 How vccyflid;r he be authorised to appeal _on ' those acites mentioned, when the case .which] . would call for appeal to tlio1 Supreme Court; was only tried and dismissed.on the lOthj December; consequently lie could hot*be, authorised on . tlioso datos. Your reader...

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MISCELLANEOUS. Horrible Outrage at Fiji. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 6 January 1883

MISCELLANEOUS. Horrible Outrage at Fiji A . jiorhiulk , outrage was committed by a ;Fijian named Qaqa 011 the person of Mrs. Isabella Moore, the daughter of' Captain Maughai}, on Saturday last (says the Fijitin Timtd of November 2$), received per favour of Captain,,Saunders, of the.s. s.,-Gunga), and. it :is at present doubtful ifvthelunfortu tunate lady will'survive thojnjuyies inflicted on; herOn the-afternoon of the day in' question Mrs. Moore wis sitting on the verandah of hor house, at Waidau, at tlie back of the island, engaged jyitb,Bome.fniiey ,work, lier husband beingtibsent at thoUime,' when 'a' man approached with1 an axe Jin his "hand. She asked him'what<he',wlintedl-and he gave her some vague reply,",while he came; upvto her within striking distance; and then I savagely attacked her with the axe. The first blow narrowly missed hor.. head, and inflicted jp, horrible gash ion her ibtfeij.sfc'; cut-, ting down to, Uut .glancing off, the'bono. Ho: followe,d..Tip ...

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 6 January 1883

CRICKET/** ? A. (JiucJKBT match/was plitycdat. St. Mary's,' Spu'thj!'-.Crook;;; lasfc^Satjirclii^, :affc<#noouV.: ' bp t SI ojtitli^lGr go 1^ ^iiioii \0 i <3hi Waiid.; ifoeilRooKwobi^ Uv 11tlio former by"f S runs.'; - Tlio following ? ;aro tlioscorori:--^ ' ;(j .'.?v'i,;;,i',-St>qTii ,OJtJsaic UNIONS-M'in)iliigvi,: .? y ; ^\.«htToccOj. 1) .11 ol)orth - ? . ? <?.... ( ^InrHh .V-iiV--..-.V-! ,T.-lloyal, b Mnrtin1' "I: r. K.^: ; ' 0 .I .1,"'J'uvn or, run out; ^tiV. !?' '.I.l.fei. d r : ' j. Orifflths H. 3; 1 ' Il.'Lnlnr, ].b,\v.'; . .... ... 0 > 0. Hoyhl, not out w .. MV »? ifi i : JrilWlvtiniti'-b llob'orts... i.V/"''.'.: i! ? ;fi. :? i 1'YTrlvott, 0 ami b Miu'llu ... ... . 0/ ,i! . Sumlrlos ...? ... 7 ; Toiui..: ' ... ... I'.i.* -Mill.- '? i- .<!-1:< I1""'; >..} ? ' M. .Hayo-v b^Gfr)flltlw ... ... . ... : Vi, '-?.?..'V.'-tt'iiylowfb'.arifflUirf ? ='i KobortSj ium out/., in., i.a-; Convoy, '> ttoyhl ..... ",... . ... ....

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Penrith Police Court. FRIDAY, JANUARY 5TH. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 6 January 1883

' Poariti Polioe Court' FLTLDAY, JANUARY 6TH. Bkkoiih Messrs. J. K. Lothbridge, and J. D. Single, Js.P. . : James Doran charged with using obscene' language was fined 10s with 5s Gd costs. Thomas. Curry for sarno offence fined samo.amoimt. ~ Municipal Inspector, John Squires, v. George Crothers. Mr. GK C./Waldroir appeared for defend ant. He raised an objection _ to the sum mons, as it was improperly ,worded, in as much that the colony was not named. The objection was overruled by their Worships. John Squires,'on oath', deposed: At 10.80 a.in. on Sunday, 17tli instant, he saw de fondant riding oil the footpath, midway be tween the public pound and Peach y Tree Bridge; Ho informed him'- that ^ie * was liable to bo summoned; defendant said, "Summon away,;aB,quick as yoiilike.1' A copy of tlie Municipalities; By-laws was produced on request of tlio Bench. Tho Solicitor^ for,;the defence objected to tho By-iaws being applied to tlio case, un less the 6hncttafyvaa produced proclaiming th...

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The Adjutant's Story. CHAPTER V (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 6 January 1883

; The Adjutant's Story. .' ' CHAPTER V (Continued.) ONE of the,divcrsions (?) of a voyage round the Capo used to be the strange revelries^ held .on, ci-ossing the line/ I am glad to lay : wo bad none of that nonsense on board our ???.. ship/ Tlie senseless buffoonery and rough horse-play, often .degenerating into : sheer brutality, which used to take placo' on this .occasion, finds ,'iittlo favour now. ' It' is 'a . <?ustom,M am happy 'to*'"say,'' now more honoured in the breach tlian the observance. Sometimes " the even tenor"of our seven ~ ity," as a poet ipays, wotild receive a^rude sbpck. Lot us suppose the hour is between lunch,-and; dinner-time. rCalmness, ? noti to say ;lassitudc, reigns, thyoygliout: the ship/ Scune of us are. lying about on the lockers . reading, others are gathered together in sociable little knots; some are writing to . ? the dear ones, at, liqme,, others are dreaming . of tliem in midday stoW; and are* bxplor - ing j tho' onginerroom: below, ....

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