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The Railway Banquet. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 6 January 1883

The Railway Band-iiet ONE of the pleasantest gatherings of the year took place at the Temperance Hall, oil Saturday night. Stalwart, strong,; and franlc, tlio representatives of tlid Locomotive and Traffic branches, did credit to'.tliem selves and^tliot Department to "which they belong. [ Sir,' Elam Squires * had .. been entrusted with the catering, and {the result fully* justified the choice. , The hall *\vas very prettily decorated with flowers and', evergreens, and wo must congratulate the Committee,^ . more particularly . Messrs.. Tliorburn and,?Eandall, for the, excellent taste displayed* by t)iom in 'their various capacitips, which brought the celebration to such a successful issue. Not a single note of discord. disturbed the harmony of the evening, and we feel certain that ali who were present <at ; tlio ' Pomith ^Railway Employes Banquet of 1882, will back upon it as one of the pfeasantest memories of their life...; : Mr. J. Iierbn, senior driver, on th&Jf...

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New Ministry. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 6 January 1883

New Ministry. JUST JIB WO were going to tlio following Jtologram, Telegraphic Association Premier mul Colonial Secre tary I Colonial Treasurer Minister for Lands' " » " Justice " " Public Instruc tion | " " Jlincsj " " Works, Postmaster General Vice President o£ tile Kxecu tive Council. without ' l>ortfolio press wo received frqin tlio Press Mr, Alex.,Stuart, G. It. Dibb-. J. S, Karnell. II. 10. Colien. G. ir. Held. .1. P. Abbott Jt. Co)icland. ' -Wright. . Sir Patrick Jennings

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

LttANTHJ).-A Goiievnl Sovvmit. Apply MM, Vy Mil. Evnna, Kmu PlfthiH. !i08 "WT^K'fKD.-?A. Nuwuvy :C<pvoi,nds'V' and to W nHstat la hoiwo in tho c,otuitvy.,;i»Hmnll fullv. Covntovtnblu IIOUHO. Muilornto .'.Hnlftry. . Aww Y,?Q.|'Nepenu.Time* ofHco, I*oinitli.- I1H7 TftVK SHILLINGS 11HWA1U.1. - Lost from X?fcimiiiiovolal-Htvoot. into WliHo l'np with yollow ,i tiiiotl.j. 'jjruujio, Comiiioi'olal-Htruob, l'oiirlth. 2-III TV/lSt.-Ohavlovillc Estate, lRUOtiorea. Xonvly, kilo fvontngo to tho vlvov. l'ii'Mt-cln,Hsyra/.liiyi liviul.lplv 11, Hamilton, Ohnrlovlllo. orooiulivlo. 22(1" TOlKT.-On. WovriiiKloii ]CHtnto, Two Snml lviii.% with ])\vu11Iiik.( Uiorain, AIho a. huuuvo1Vuii(.'ui1 PiuMock, of. uOO nurun (ou llopu'H Crook.Ymly to , ' .' \ I IvINCI LUTITlUUUaK, , i , IM» ,' I 'I'vogoavo, South Orook, IMPORTANT NOTICE ! i#!( m m THE ORIGINAL TIME PAYMENT BOOK AND PICTURE IMPORTERS, (Solo Agents in Australasia for the National Fine Art Association V; . of London,) . BEG to .inform th...

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Penrith Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 6 January 1883

Penrith Municipal Council The ordinary mooting of .'tlio Penrith- Muni cipal Council was, hold,on Thursday evening. Pro'sont,-liia Worship the' Mayor, (in tlie Gliair), Aldermen Besley,. Stuart,1 Smith, Evans, J^ohn Price; Gross, and Paskin. ; .. .. MINUTES. iu Tlio ;minutos of the previous meeting woro'.read and confirmed. ' :' . ^ J OOmiESl'ONDKNOE.- j ?,,* - A lefctor was reeoivod from tlio Secrotary of tlio^ Royal.'?Black; Prqeoptory, Lodge, i;aPPtyingrfoiytliojuab :of-tHo? Ooiinoji-Ghaniber for ,:,one evening in oacli.',month',: - foly the purpose of holding meetings. ? 11 . ' 'J ;. On' the* motion; v:,of ". Alderman;B,osloy .seconded by Aldornian .'Smith-,, the,/letter was l^'coiyod, , and Preferred. to; the i Hall Committeo. ? v!, m ; ; ? >--v?'! The Financo Committee reported having held a .mooting; at .wliiclMtlie-; following amounts; were rocommondod to;,be paid.:: 'E.'Strickland, .oue'quavtpr's salary,','£8. 6s ; GouncirOlorkione (iuartbr'p salary, £12,'10s. Sundries,;...

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PARLIAMENTARY. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 3RD, 1883. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 6 January 1883

PARLIAMENTARY. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY. 3RD, 1888. TUB eleventh parliament of New South Wales was formally opened at noon to-day. The swearing in of members occupied a considerable time. Only lour. members absent at the opening. Election of speaker was then proceeded with, Mr. J. P. Burns nominated Sir G, W. Allen.seconded by Mr. H. Clarke; Mr J G. H. Roid nominated Mr. E. Barton, seconded by Mr. T. fGarrett. A lengthy discussion onsucdfthe Opposition abusing the Government': iij unmeasured terms. Eventually Mr. Barton was elected by a majority of 51 to 47. ? . \ , ' Sir Henry Parkes announced that as the electors had decided that a reform should be made in the Laud Question without delay, and that they had not cohfidenco liir.tho' Government to carry out such reform, tiiey would place their resignation in the hands' of His Excellency the Governor the follow ing day. The Hpuso will bo formally opened on, Thursday by His Excellency the Governor at eleven.o'clock.. In tlio Assembly on 'Thu...

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GEORGE WELLS. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 6 January 1883

.. . ; OflOIKIK WJ5I,LK . llopoVtvlmving sold for tho wook ondlng January linlj 185H s- ' Rrnssy, 2s t(5 2« 2d , . : ' Ontqn!' , do Sheaves, 2H 8d to 7n Oil, do?;''' do.Uivlo, r>H (Id to (la Id AVlionion do Halo, lis (id to IIh Htrnw, Us,Hd to IIh ltd . , Oalon Chnit, dimm^cd, !)H . « do - Uo, tin to in ikl »? .Htrnw . do, 4H" . ? * . Ui.lct. Wood, 10s thl to l is (id ' Itmjdlo do, lfltf-to 22n . .. Ittd.toi»«... ISalcCni (fo, 1!1h to lii.s I* Prints niul to .-C4 IIh. i Thoi'o wivs n. lnvxo iiini-kut on' Wednesday for liny, ««., m^oes ruled law, A Hliprt,supply o£ wood com . ljlg tOl'Wftltl, . - , - . '

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Twitterings from a Sparrow. No. VI. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 6 January 1883

', Tvifjjeriag8-ifiwa 'a" Sparrow No. .VI;. I VJIITK | iigain to< let ,you: know that I am still- in exisfenceV although'vory tired of tlii» liot,,weatIior, aud'thO;gaitips! of the season. The Spring woodites have liad a jolly timo of it. For$bout a-Aveok before. Christmas. ka"-number .ofjuveniles iiaed to .asspmblo at the Mediciri'e'bhiqPs'I^lj^enftn'd,''Bueh a din you novor heard, as they,,nmdp withrtheir ( , craclced,,fiddlo,.. coj&b,, iissno-piipev^iienuy \ whistle,, and *top;..ifiumer- s. ous to' mehtio'n.i',: l?;oor Ht^p'"feHows, I sup- . pose they .wero-ambitious.'to. shino in, carol singing, but;lilco more of us,, theirs was a elitttemi en i'spaiine. _ _ ? Tlie coal-scckers'having, I understand, : disposed of tli,eir coal mino, at an onoirmpus price, have turned their , attention to^tho formatipn of a Ministrel Troupe, to bp called the Bird Minstrels,; , and," fts *a sufficient number of thorn to form a quorum put in an f appearance at the lloyal on Christ...

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

CO K111$ S l'O >T D10XTS will gave both themselve audi those cornice,led witlltUis journal a gooil deal of (rouble. t»y; observing the follpwing rules: Correspondence, intended for publication in our mnvs, columns. should be addressed?.to (lie editor, while advertisements and business eommnuieationB should be Bent to the proprietor. . ; :t . !.: While we shall be glad at any time to rcceive for publication items of local interest, ^ve Khali freely \usa OUT privilege of excising' any offensive allusions to private individuals. Libelrwritin'g is such an extremely expensive luxury, that we cannot afford to slmrejt with anyone else. , Advertisements, except those coming from subscribers ami responsible persons, must bo paid or ill advance.' ' \ ? , - . .., ,A11 communications must.be accompanicd by;the real name and address of the sender. .

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

".tV3T: POTMR ! .. MfiAf ,.-. -\ jfou a'u-xEs ipiuojf ijH. Published evtiy Saturday Morning. v^ONTAINS leading articles on tho promineh£. <'^ >jjlB«i.tt<>nai,4t;*ho djiy.; tho latest local nowsji . ftpd^tolbgrain^' hu'mourpus extract^ <>from , AnjoHcan journals'; special-'cdrreapondpcp.ancl tho latest Sydney Commercial liows.-; ^ ' ' - Subscription 2af r0d. per quarter,-in a£$n'ce. f};^PEAM: k: *' High-street,^: r ®[)C s. > Speciil... Jobbing4 department. '7 .7 . '/;? *'V --*-V. y fl^HE jir^pfiotor: .of >tho;a\'f})cau Timet is.}jpre of every ^ijorip. lrill-hcadrf; pro-i ^aiiiniiS'; ifeKj turned ont'^^lio flhortest riotico with nerftness nnd dispatch, \~'.y Ohargos as low as possible. Estimates furnished.' :' s *-*? .-'HR&f t\<-:A%S'-:;;?6r(j;R N STOE Ey 'ifl; ? ? '.'MtGII-STBKK1VPKNIUTH. kiiui^of 1'llODUOK. always on Haud ' HULL CONTINUES. TO MAKE FIF.ST-CI.ASS BOOT'S JEZBte *"Ta OltDKK. very bqst'imatorilir used,. a...

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The Nepean Times. Published every Saturday Morning. SATURDAY, JANUARY 6. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 6 January 1883

PiiblHlip;! ,0very Saturday Morning. . SATURDAY, ' JANUAHY^O." TiiB.Bpeetaelo. presented by thosg assembled \ at the llailway Banquet on Saturday oven , ing must havo boon" excocdisgly gratifying to-fclipso who were privileged to bo present. ' It' is frequently said that there is a want of esprit do corps among the Public Depart ments of New South Wales ; but wo do.aofc think that any such reproach ^ could li'ave been cast against our iriends^pn' .Saturday, night. The speoclies were free from any , ..tingo of party spirit, the conduct generally, was lit for'any socioty of gentlemen , and not a single.guest dopartod from thb Banquot, leaving uupldasaufc memories behind him. As Mr.- Tipping vory proporly observed, , t th'o"'Bailwajs' of New South- Wales aro a ' crodit to tlioso ijvlio vhave; tlio control, and the working1 of'iliom'; and we think that suclra meeting as:that. of Saturday, night, ! tends to bind the friendship of men who are - destined to associate < among eac...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 6 January 1883

MARRIAGE.         DECEMBER 28th, 1882, by license, at the residence of Mr. F. R. Harding, Jane-street, Penrith, by the Rev. William Hill, John Henry, only son of Captain John Nicholls, Noumea New Caledonia, to Alicia Jane, daughter to Mr. James Cassidy, of Manchester, England. 342    

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CHAPTER VI. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 13 January 1883

. ' CHAPTER VI.' . Wo disembarked-' the following' day} and at oiicG took up our. quarfcors in, the ? harnl ? some stone barracks noiir the landingrplaco. Wo. made-rather a bad start at Hong Kong.' 'Before leaving tho .ship, one of our imen was1 lioard to say' lio ?would: havo a drink ? that'' night which . Avould make, tip for ? tliq. '.three months' abstention on board ; such' a drink, ho said; as 'he had noyor had before, . aiid wouldf nover havo again in his.'life. ! Poor creaturo, he.kept his Word in a ghastly imaunor. ? That: vory night-lio diod 'ii; his bed in the btUTdok-room* from tho ejects of 'xuimhu.jf' .Li cohtraafc1 to this dark opisqdo, was .a. .'littlo circumstance which occasioned! tho greatest amusoijiont amongst tlio officers of .tho1 rogi'mont; and., led to a poor young : onsigiv boing iiiosfc. immbrcifully .' chaffed." On' tlio . S'bxy. day . of 'our dqparturo from Irelanda large box arrived for, tli o young ensign in. question, with a few lines from his ^grandm...

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The Adjutant's Story. CHAPTER V (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 13 January 1883

, The Adjutant's Story. CHAPTER V (Continued.) Tiiisius, Harding, tlioro's a lottor for you from'* your mother. Now, clicor up, my littilo man," I said, as.I gave liim the pre cious document. With a rush tho colour came into his i'aoe, and I novor shall forgot his " Oh, thank God!" as lie took the lottor and liur-, ried oil', qui to forgetting poor little fellow, all: about his salute, a matter lie was always so punctilious about. I saw nothing more of little I-Iarding until after our dinner. : Tho band was then had up on dock to play for th'o last timo ,on board tlio old Severn, which,: thanks to her own good qualities and the good-gualities of hor : officers, had'.been sucli a comfortable homo to us,' and liad earned lior so woll \uud i swiftly through tho perils of the, deep. . ©Id B Hat was equal to tho. occasion. Ho beckoned to the. band-sergeant, and wliis-, .pored something into'that non-commissioned officer's musical oar. In a few moments, ' ? awakening a rogular buzz of del...

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POETRY. THE LITTLE BRIDGE. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 13 January 1883

POETRY, THE LITTLE B1UDGE. Tiiey. parted on the little bridge Which spaus the running water The bright-eyed youth with fluent tongue And she-the yeoman's daughter. A few fond words, n, stolen kiss, A little golden trinket, 'Twos all; but that his heart to change She could not dare to think it. He jourued to bright' southern lands, Where tropic skies bent o'er hiiu, . And wooed blind fortune till she cast A shower of gold before him. Then fame took up her trumpet, tuued To sound his pVaise in story, For much that to his life belonged . Was what the world called glory. A ribbon marked his high degree, . ' Ilis name had added letters,' And not oh liim Svas any sign Of life's more galling fetters. The maiden's path lay towards the north ; . She toiled for daily guerdon, And meekly bore her low estate, ' Nor felt her task a burden. Till hope deterred her spirit broke, And.thorns seemed springing round her And thoughts that once were purest joy Had only power to wound lior. A poor old mai...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 13 January 1883

WANTED,-a floiioml Sorvhnt, l.lio 1)ogiiinlnf,'o£ Mmum'. Apply to MltS, 15 ON D, Poiirllli. »57 WANTED Qunrvymon for lfi(l porches Mono' to bo 'got from llvgpiitvlllo Quhrry. . -? Tools found. Apply utionofl , DltUMMOND ii SHAKICLMY, ? '' Mtisons, 1'envlUi. w ANTED.-A General Servant. Apply Mrs. , Ed. Evans, Emu Plains. 308 TO LET.-CIiarloviHo Estate, 1800tie res. Nearly mile frontage to the river.. First-class Riming land. Apply It. Hamilton, Oharlcvillc. arcendale, A. I Collcss, High-street. Penrith, or T. II. Smith, Chap man and Smith, Georgc-^t.cet, Sydney. 220 TO LET.-On Werrington Estate, Two Smnll Farms, with Dwellings thereon. Also a securely Fcuccd Paddock, of 500 acres on Hope's Creek. Apply to J. KING LETHBRIDGE, 345 Tregcnic, South Crock.' IENDERS arc required for crcction of t>vo roomed shop, of wood. W. Sykes. T P IANOS from £80. American Organs, Pianos, and Organ* tuned, IBs each. W. Sykes. I nOR - SALE-Dead Timber' on 2000 acres a _1J Landillo near Ponrith. Apply ...

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How it Came Out. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 13 January 1883

Sow it Game Out' "Is tlila tlio Itev. Mr. Mtilkittlc." »aid a-kind of out-of-rcason man, entering tho library - of a woll kuown Lifctlo ltook minister. "Yes, sir j have a scat." "1 liavo called to transact ^ plcco of business ! which to the world may abom ridiculous, but which viewed from ft spiritual ominonec, is of importance." . " What is it ?" ; ,'-r " Twant you to love mo." , V.. . "Lovo you?" gasped the good man, regarding the petitioner and inwardly vowing that ho had never before met ft move repulsive human being. "Yes, sir, I want you to love mo." and ho sat down as though, ho intended to await tho ftimouifce mont of tho decision. 11 Tho command is:,to lovo ono another. I confess that I lovo' you," and opening his eyes lie leered at tho prcachor. . ? . "Well, sir," said tho1 minister; "your demand aftor all -is simpio. I ? supposo that you have been' lost for many years, and have just tasted grace'; and you especially want tho lovo of ministers. Yes I love you." ; "Thank yo...

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A Soliloquy on Carving. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 13 January 1883

A Soliloauy oa Carving. , Speaking about carving, tlicrc is ft prospect now Hint in our best circles, within* a short time, the old custom of making tho host demolish the kiln dried poultry at dinner will become extinct, and that a servant at a side-board, on a small salary, will take a hand-saw and a can o£ nitro-glyccrmo and shatter the remains, thus giving the host, a chance to chat with his guest* instead of spattering them with dressing and casting gloom and gravy over the company. This is a move for which I have long contended. It plac<M tlio manual labour of a diimer where it belongs, and relieves a mn.ii who should give his whole attention to the entertainment of his friends at table. You would not expect your licst to take off his coat and kill the fowl in your presence in order to show you that it was all oil the square, and it is not customary to require the pro prietor of the houso to peel tlio potatoes at table for his guests, to prove that there is no pnt-np...

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District Meeting of the L.O L. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 13 January 1883

District Moeti&g of the L.Q L. TUB JI awkosbury and Nopoan District L.O.L. held its quarterly mooting in the Temperance Hall, l'cn rith, on Friday, January 5th, there weve a groat limny delegates and visitors present, , At l.p.m, the D.W.M., Bro. J. 11. Johnston, took the chair, and L; M. 31. Mills the Deputy chair. The meetiug was opened by the llev. Bro. W. Hill rending a portion of scripture and the appointed opening prayer. The D.W.M. then declared thy lodge opened for tho transaction of its appropriate business. The minu tes of the previous meeting were rend and confirmed. Several communications were received nnil dealt with. The following subordinate lodges were represented :-No. 52, by lli'os, J. 13, Johnston, 11. M. Marr, .J'. It. Cattanaeh, and 0. M. Mills-tho retiring Distinct Secretaiy ; No. 78, by Bros. D. J. Worboys, W. Itauaioy and tho Rev. W. Hill; No.' 11, byBro. the llov.' F. T..Trivett; No. 97. l>y IJro-<.. K. Campbell. It. Taylor, and J. Free...

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Burning Lava. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 13 January 1883

Burning Lava-. . A YOUNG woman who lived at Papaikon, Hawaii, writing, of tho: lava flow which lias been pouring from the groat volcano for'moro than a year, says : The volcano is about two miles from' tho sen, . It sometimes pours with groat rapidity ; thou, slowing up, tho flood moves slowly, gradually on. Wo took horses and rode the soveri miles that intervened between home and tho mountains with great rapidity, leaving tho pack-horses to take their time. Tho party consisted mostly of women, and r\s yon know' I daro do almost anything, wo woro in tho lava an hour after leaving homo. Wo fastened the horses in a safe place, and wont out to tho crust; but boforo long wo were obliged to go back and move our horses, for the lava was creeping toward thorn,' and . they boeamo frightened. While standing upon tlio crust iwu could distinctly hoar tho rush and roar boneath, as it ground its way over tho rough earth, lit is oxtromoly hard to got specimens, or ratlior trt keup thorn, for thoy...

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Martin Luther. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 13 January 1883

., : Martia Luther. '1'he llov.'W. Kelynack, D.D.; delivered ft lpeturo on tho above subject, on Wednesday evening, jjih the Tcmp'cranco Hall. T.lio audionoo woo not so largo . :as should jhavo ,been considering tho subjeotAiuidor '1106(00, and 'the 1 ronowned 'ftbfliti®j"bf1 tho, llcv. , Kolynnck os. a. loctuvor wlioso equal a X'unvith, assembloge has probably hover had the pleasure of. listening to, previous to that of Wednesday evening. :In tho ftbsono® of Mr. T. E. Smith,'SI JJ.'A., wlio had promised to prcsjdo,: the- lloy. .W.. Hill occupied tho chair, aiul having,made a fow appropriate remarks introduced the lctsturor. . . ' ' 'i'lio ltov.AV. Kelynack, who, on'rising was greeted with much applause, referred to tlio Reforms of past times at conspicuous land marks in tho history of the country, whoso heroic actions, and fearless works,rendered.such great service to tho Protestant cause; whose' sufferings,^persecutions, and latterly martyrdoms, had been tho foundation of a power ...

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