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MISCELLANEOUS. Scared by the Music. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 3 February 1883

MISCELLANEOUS. Scared by the Music. A MAN wearing' good clothes walked into the Dosplainos street station last night and asked for Captain Bonfiold. ' "Not in," answered the laconic Hubbard, station-kooper, as ho tastod a saidino sand wich. " Whoro's Lieutenant Ward ?' asked the man. " * " Give it lip," replied the sandwich anni liilator. " Who can [IJ soo?" quoryed the citizen. " Seomo,"said Hubbard. ..." What do you want?" ' , ? " Want a policeman.". " What for ?" " Want him to go home with me." , " Don't you know the way homo ?' asked tho station-keeper, as he scalped another sar-' dino. Yes j but I want a policeman to go. with 11)0." " Drunk?" asked Hubbard. " No, sir, I'm aproliibitionisb; but I want a policeman, and Tdon't want to stand hero, on the oyo of our natal day, very muoh longer. Do you understand that ?" shouted tho wost-side man, with 0110 hand under his coat-tail and tho other spread out like a scoop shovel on tho desk. . ' "Wo don't koop policemen to see sober mon...

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SKIMMINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 3 February 1883

? .SKIMMINGS. Buchanan's motion re tho opening of St. James School rejected. Ayos 15, Noes 48. Tho working of tho Fisheries Act will be enquired into; , During the' year 1882 tho business at tlie Brewarrina land Office was as follows Conditional purchases, 21,017 acros; im provement purcliasos, 10,886 acros ; auction sales, 29,098 acres; yielding to tho rovonuo £48,688 4s 4d. . Sir 'Bnry visits Tenterheld next week. £500, a first installment, was remitted on | Tuesday for the reliof of sufferers in Ger many, by tho late floods. f The English Captain offered to play _ tho cream of Australia in three weeks timo. Tho cliallengo was acceptod. Tram accident still numorous. _ The Victorian Parliament dissolved on I Tuesday. ," Bradlaugh intends to again assort his right for admission into the House of Com mons, and anticipates tho support of 150,000 citizens. . . The whole of tho French Miuistry re signed. M. Jules Ferry declined to under take the task of forming a new ono. M. Failleres a...

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FUN AND FANCY. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 10 February 1883

FUN AND FANCY '' What,!'asked a*schoolmaster, "is the plural of penny ? " " Twopence ! " quickly shouted the sharpest boy in the class.: "I want," said the candidate; so to live that I will ever be embalmed in the hearts of my constituents." " Tliat's^just you," shouted the sarcastic man*'hear, the dpor, " embalmed you ^rerli regular, out-of-date old mnmmy.'>i ! Youffg lady, writing a love letter for the ?kitchen maid : " That's about enough, now, isn't it ?" Kitchen Maid: " One thing more, miss; just, say/ please, excuse bad spelliri'' and writin'." ' ; ; i"?????='. i V ; Roland Hill'rode a great deal, and by ex ercise. preserved'yigorous health. On' one occasion when he was. asked by a medical friend what physifian and apothecary he employed to be always so well, lie replied: -" My physician has been a horse and my apothecary an ass." A Scotchman, haying a warm dispute with a London cabman about his fare, saidj " Td have ye ken I am: a: Macintosh.' To which the Ooclmey replied,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 10 February 1883

.ptyrfmiiks, all sizei,' £or '408 G 1113 AT quantity olVAftiptylL'ninks, a' , milo, olicnp. llotl Wnff'lool Shop. 1011,-^ATjK-jrfoni|/£Mivl)of .ou 2000 noi'CK at-: ,-i] 11. 1 hares nt JfulRon' Koiust, lloSji-,1 lirjy^^tid.^ Apply:I » T15NDM1.S aro required for the purchnsaof 10, or liioro, tlnrf,'b| li/,6 ?Sieepoi's weakly!' The. highest or any teuieriiAt ntttbsflrily ncoopted. Addicss-Vv/l \ I I / ' | «y<lNO.-One small Mark Itroivn Loathe Mil ten n, addressed "Mj^-Mtfiids^ Sydney " '1 Svdiiov^tr'l^ctoTi." A'.iiyj person) ki)()wj\)K.'»tny,tliflaw<jTit![ abov.o ptcutlonixV iiiiii liilj ii 1111 *nI»'il ltnilwriy-' 'l'nifll(jJJfc,i|ll^oi'Xll oflforn. \ ^*«^U|)'r>, 1 Found* JJlOUND'hi J Won? a Mn ... _ .... <r }?iyiiig,ijeaur^)ti(rtrand.raying fAvfl^luga! A\)\Ay'Niijrfnv T/i/ici'Oinco, Pcnnthi1 1 ' ' containing-iriioljtxji a Mnrrlaf,'o OerfcilUyvkj^No. itidTuii Penrith) rt Pui'fiei |TTT»^j4oUci's,- 'copy pf OwiioVTtms&Jirivd it j>y iSOS, Tr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 10 February 1883

o-. W. REGENT HOUSE, GEORGE-STREET, ^ Railway Bridge, Sydney. r.. ; .IMl'OllTKIl OF . V , I Glass-All sizes cut to , Varnishes / . ' '. oitler . Colon* for house mid conch I-Plato v! i , i: j ?' . ,, .Painteis,,Plasterers, 1-Sheet' : ; 4:c. ; . .i'.',,... ' Stained Pnpcrhangeia' Canvas Ornamental Gold aud Silver Leaf "Cntireanfl" ~ ' Paperlianginga Hammered (Flat aud ^Vood-preserving Oil Rollqd f /\ I ;"> flTax* ? ?/l f ) r> Wliiic aiul BuLLyU ySVxle Grcaselor buggy aud Turpcntiijdf 7 / ~ Carts KftW niid!MilMWjJ«^Reiiw Briislnvpitf' A^/^/Co/cnt/^ KerosCne Oil / *? ? fjff piniif-jreT Mixed I'niut/Ready for .use, any, sliiuic; required. ; All orders promptly executed by mil, steamer, city or iiuburhus. Shop fronts aud pliadcs,glazed.' Kntsominc all *badc and Colors. . . ? Warehouse-80'J,- George-street. ? . . 1 .Stores aud Workship-Hams-street.. ?? ..,.(* MEDICAL HAi»C~ PENRITH. !:i ? Arthur Judges BlOGS to inform the inhabitants of Ponrith' nhd surrounding districts tlmt: ho is...

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MARK TWAIN'S STORY OF THE CATS. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 10 February 1883

MARK TWAIN'S* STORY OF TII« "catoTT When I was fourteen years old I lived witli my parents, who were very poor aiid corres pondingly honest. We had'a youth living with us by the name of Jim "Wolfe. { /He was decidedly a fine fellow, seventeen years old, and very diffident. He and I usually sleep together-^virtuously-and, on' one very cold winter's night a. coubin Mary she's married now and gone-gave: what they called a candy-pulling in those days in the AVest, and they tookitlie hot saucers of candy-outside of the ,houle ..into the^sijpw, under a sort# of old bower thatr.ca&eifout from the eaves-it was a sort of aiuell then, allk covered with vines^to' cool wiis" hot candy in the snow^and. they^vere all sitting around there, and iri tlie 'nrean time we were 'gone toi bed; we w.ere; not.invitod to atteri^ythis party-we -were too young. The yttymg ladies, and' gentlemen were assembled there* and Jim. and I wore in bed. There were about four inches of snow on the roof of this e...

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PENRITH POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 6TH. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 10 February 1883

TENRITH;;,POLIGE. CpUET. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY GTU. BO£O'IWDR!*B.BN^ DBBTSLOOIIMT;. . .(Mrs.,H.. Mora, against- .^0Mtoiii~Plairi(iifif claimed. £8 10s for; '^a8lii^'.;and! nursing, doiip on account ot defendant,''aliid'for which .h,qtr^asWi^'£a!y:'! 'Oflb witnoss was called who'.corroborated tho ovidqnco givoii1'by prosecutor. ? ' \ i ;s One ^witness was. iCaUed^.M^tho. jdqfqnco, but the evidence- given did' notk altqr£ the .case. i!' 1 ij oi'»;.>. :r/FjJ' His Worship considered tho casbsvpifovon, and awarded a yprdict for plaintiff. $ 1 Tlio remainder 1 of they casos having' been settled previously'bj'fcho monoy being paid .into.Court,,.worq s&judk off,.,; j ; ; .U'. oi ???'! :et j j ?} ' iVsVpf bbscono iangita^ >yiw,'fiupd,.' £2, :oiv im'^fault rot, payment,! lonoi month's iiicai'cbrati6il;',:Tiioi fine: was v-paidi ! Before'Dr.'Bond and Mr. Ji/K'; Oleovo,: J'sP.' : Henry. Mora-, .made application ,rt6: > the Bench' for an ordor-prohibiting alL publicans from supplyin...

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THERMOMETER PANTS. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 10 February 1883

TJIKKM0METJ3U PANTS. HOFFENSTEIN was' btisity ongaged scolding Herman for not-polishing a lot of cheap jewellery tliere was,in the showcase,4 when a stoop-shouldered ^countryman--entered the store and inquired | ; "Have you got; any good jean's pants hero ?" ?:''<] . '? | "Certainly, my friont," replied . Hoffon sfein. " Ye makes' a speciality of goods in dot lino, und we defy opmpedition. If vo soil anyding und- you don't 'like' it you :geta. your - money, back jpr somoding, else in |ox:,, change, yoiiilcnow." Vas.you a farmer?" i ." Yos, sir.; I ltyj up.tlio -Bed'River." ! ^''' ! " Veil, don, you iieedia' bail'" of bants like" dose,'' said Hoffen&tein;"':piiUing o^t a-sky blue pair .from a^ pile of olothing. on itho counter "-Doy vas do genervino [doeskin, and vill last do Whole year oud, you' know." ; Tliq couiitryman took:!tli6 ,pantaloons to the light, examined the toxture of the cloth, find thon sli&king hia headlcn'owingly said: - t " Tlioro's too m...

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NOMINATION OF ALDERMEN. BOROUGH OF PENRITH. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 10 February 1883

!<> 1 .'.MM v,;{ ! r| v "' . ' ?? ''NOMINATION OH ALDERMEN. /!_ ^ ^^.''limtOUOU OF JM5NH1TII. A MEETING of the 'Mbpaycrs'in the Muhiei ? piaility' 'of^'^eii^iiri/^yas/lioldfafc tho Council Chamber',; Heniy'-stroot, at noon on.Tno'pdfty1 lastV foi' tiio^purpose of nominating ciin'di o wees 5>f jAldprmon ,to sorvo dwipgr^o^us]n|^.^op' ypai'B, in tlio room of AldormoUv'Aln'.ed^polloBH; James Prico, and'Bobort'S^uai'li,'.wlioso term lind oxpirod. Thcro .vfM a'Afau,,:' a'iitondanco of ratepayers aiid oo'npiderablo, intorcsfc was ovinqpd' in tlio proceedings. \ Tlio *. mooting was*' orderly throughout, and^oooupiod about an hour and a half. Mr. Aldovmaji, Bosloy, Jloturning Oflicor presided, and having road tlio advqrtisomont 'convoking tho^ nieetiiigi ahnouncbd that it ^vmrld bo tho duty, .of tlio ratopayors to oloct 'tlireo'aldormonJboJJs&i'vo'''Hi '"tho Council 'iii. tho place: of thoseu'otiring. ; Fourgontlem'eu) had been nominated as follows: Alfrod '? Oollba...

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A ROPE FROM SHEEP'S ENTRAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 10 February 1883

A ROPE FROM SHEEP'S ENTRAILS. A STRONG and durable' article of bolting is is xnado at Oakland, California, A)u{i of the entrails of slioep. ^ uV \ i " The entrails, which, will avei^&e\,about 55 feet in longth, are first \thoroughly cleaned and then placod in vats of brine", where they remain somo days. -When thus prepared they are not much thicker than a pieco of common cotton twine, find will SUST: tain a weight of about ten pounds; Tlio next stage in process of manufacture is;to' wind the prepared material on the bobbins,, after which, the1-,process is tho same as in malting common rope; \This method; is used to produce a rouncPybolt; but whero a wide flat belt is to bo niiide a loom- is employed, and tho fine slrandg..aro wovon together, as in' ribbon manufacture. Tho -flat bolts are mado of any sisso varying from one-sixteonth up to ouo and a-lialf inches iii diameter. The round bolts are made either* in tho form , of a smooth cord, ior as ropes with from three to fivo ...

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Tit Bits. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 10 February 1883

Tit Bits. BY Tint NOVICE, I AM informed Mr Editor by ono of tho' staff of your papor.tliat at last you liayo found an " honest travelling showmannamely, tho proprietor of tho Steam Mirror Circus, Mr. O'Neil,-who lias been performing at Penrith for the last week, and when over tho weather lias been at. all favourable has scraped up all the threepenny bits. , I wish Mr. O'Neill every'success, and I hope that ' others will follow in liis foot-steps. * # Evory candidate at the Municipal Nomi nation'Von "'Tuesday was asked "if they Would be»iii/favov of introducing a bye-law comi/alliugkall drivers of vehicles to carry a light,.. a(p§r sunset," and I think, in every ..: instanco^tlio answer was in the affirmative. Now, I know ono candidate who lias always been opposed to it, altlioiigli he may have altered his mind now, and I can advise him if ho lias not altered his opinions, to drivo through Penrith in a hurry somo night'1 after dark, and if he doesn't run oyer some thing, (oven if onl...

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GEORGE WELLS [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 10 February 1883

GEbRGJi 'Wt.K ?llopor(«" having,soldi fot' thoWoatc. ending .Wodncs day,'February 7th,'188!I:-«<;«.<. i ..<: r 1 . ' l/ucei'n'o Hay, iis iiil to -In Vt .' ' .-.<.«(?. j , ' ;:'Ontim:.; 2-,l to 5M2i\- I i:"'! i)"'''~IIJliitiof, us (ur Y' i <.'' i: 1 , Sheaves, 4s \ ' "i 111 i .' 'BhikIIcs,7su '.' .HMV.'.'J ; Potatoes, os (!d : 1 \ 'Htraw'Oli'nff, 4h'4(1 '' :i! V'' ' l'linilikins/iis to -Is ikl jiuv duzV AViitoi' J[(iloHS,''sina])( 2a '-Itl'to 2b Sd per dtiz,

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SKIMMINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 10 February 1883

SKIMMINGS. T/te Manager of a provincial bank in Russia, ia reported to have robbed tlio institution of 18,000,000 roubles. The " former and latter rains ' reported general. The flying foxes are very destructive in fruit-growing districts. - . . The Czar to be coroiiatedt oil tlio 27tli May.' ^ At Bombay, an alarm of fire was raised in a factory recently, causing the-death of 28 women wli'o wore crushed oi* trampled to death. 80 others woro soriously injured. Typhus fever, small-pox, and diptheria liavo committed great ravages in .Russia lately. - ' - Frank Warden, tho evangelist,^yas sen tenced to nino montns hard labor, at the Metropolitan Quarter Sessions, for forgery. The BulUirut Star says, that "a. l-esident there lias, paid during twenty-eight years, £300 in fines for drunkoiiossl 1 Tho dates fixed for the mdtcli Australia'; v. Ivo Bligh's team, are, the 16th, 17tli, 19th and 20tli inst. > According to the recent census taken in Victoria, five wives wore under fifteen years...

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 10 February 1883

iV iU Messrs. Hiclmrdson hud Nixon' (imccc«OWilQ Mcwwj T, 111 and S. .Smith) report the folIo\?i»ijf,BiiIiwit WcdnusilftjV'tlio 7th J«W: Dale font liny, }ls lo 5s '2(1 Mundlo'Ont' Hny,'!ls toGilOd'' LuccrnV J fivy, 3s 0(1 to Wild ; lltmdle Straw, 2s (id to !)m !ld ' Ilnle StiAw, 2s (id-(o .'Is 1 >- '. ' \Vhent li\y, ils Id to 4s'(id ' ,i. AVhent anaOnt Hay, !)s (id to 5s (id 1 . ». ClmfE iStraA lis to 4s 3d Chntf, mixcui £s !)d to, 4s fid. OJinilj on 1 cti.Vh (i(1 to!p«;Ud . 2 ,t U iVi AVlmnt, -Is (id\to (Sji (id r y ;: - j Ont.ii, seed, ils (Vl'to its ild J ' Onts, feed, 3s Ufl to'.,8s 8d""' ,, , , Corni;4fi'0d to 4J^<id , t|* i"j' Potatd'cs,'4sGd't<< 5s 1 111 Brnn, 10di,to/ll(l, ?Flour, <612 to £11> \. Pollnrd/lOd'to lidV .: Pumpkino, 2flv2d't "1 " IHHot. Wood,\ 10s.'( Dmullo M'6od,"<] 5rf to . Foot Wood, 15s;to' 1" Posts mid ItnilsV ;ti!f Fowls, 2s Id to (is' 11(1 Cliccsc', M to 5.Jd Uutter, 8d to Is Hggs; 2s to 2s (id ...

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MISCELLANEOUS, A BANKER LOOKED UP IN HIS OWN SAFE. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 10 February 1883

MISCELLANEOUS, A lUNKKlt LOOKED UP IX Jf IS OWN SAFE.. '?An extraordinary will caso is now ponding before tho tribunal of Oarpontrafii'in'Franeo. It" lias orison out of a- straiigo ddvonture that happened, sorno time back to M. Jules ]3rais0, tho chief partner in the banking house of Braiao and Co., in tho abovemen tioned'-historic! town. 'JPho facts are as brief as they aro painful. One evening' in tlie middle of last month Mr. Braise, after, tho dopiuturo' of the clorks, was sitting ,in < his ; counting' looking , over tho books" of the 'firm, wlricli lib liad just taken from the hugo sai'o, tho .door .of 'which lie had left open. Suddenly four masked men noisolessly entorod tho count ing house, bound and gaggod tho banker, and.then madol'roo w%ith the cqntonts of tho ,safo. ;:M. Braise niahagod to-froo himself 'from tho gag, and imprudontly told tho ttyovos that ho should be able to rocogniso tliom again.Tlioroupon tho robbors con ceived and oxeoutod .the diabolical-.p...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 10 February 1883

CORRESPONDENTS,-will save both themselTe nnil those councqtc^ witli this journal a good deal of (rouble by observing Die following rules : - ' Correspondence, intended, for publicationin our news columns, should be field rased to the editor, .while advertisements and business communications should be sent to (be proprietor. While we slmll be glad at any (imp to .receive, for publication items of local .interest, wo shall freely use our privilege of excising any offensive allusions to private' individuals. Libel-writing is such an extremely ex]>cnsivc luxury, that,we cannot afford to sliai'e it with anyone else. " » Advertisements, >except . those coming from, subscribers and' 'responsible' persons, must bo paid or in advance. . - . Allcommunicat ions must be accompanied by the i real name and adilress.of the sender. \ \ 'Bj^al Notioo ON anil after tin's date our cash terms for adver tising will be ns under, vi/..: Fourteen words and under, ... ... Is ' ,1 ? Each line up to...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 10 February 1883

a wme mmvmmm mw JTOIbt rX'J£iE3 P-tUOJfLB. Published every Saturday Morning. /CONTAINS loading articles on the prominent questions of tlio day j tlio latest local nowflj and tolograma; humourous extracts from A morican journals ; special correspondence ana the latest Sydney Commercial news. Subscription 2s. Gd. per quarter in advance. tJEFEAH TIMES OFFICE, High-street, Penrith. Special Jobbing Department. THE proprietor of the Nepean Times is pre pared to execute printing of every descrip tion. Posters, business cards, bill-hoods, pro grammes, &c., turned out at the shortest notice, with neatness and dispatch. Charges as low nB possible. Estimates furniBhocl. W. LENNOX'S HAY AND OQtN/ STORE, high-STRI Irith. A LL kinds of PltODUC 3 always on Hand ®. s. STILL CONXINl PIRST-I SS TO MAKE BOOTS I^IIE very best material us id, and a good fit guaranteed on tho shorlesfc notice. Life and Acoident Assuranco Agont. JIIOII STREET, PENRITH. W, KERRID/GE, BUGGY M A NiJWAl Off 0 B Y, 207...

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 10 February 1883

LOCAL NEWS. ; ' BY an advortiHament in another column ]iii will bo..fioou that. tUo Commercial .Bank, .^Penrith Branch, is giving itho iln'gh rato of ,intorpst'of six por cent on iixod doposit.' Wo . have to thank thiaHbank Ibr liaving on a '"former ocoadion increased tlio'. aihonn'o of ,,, jutorost on lixcd doposits usually obtftin'od in " "-'tliia district, and our roadoiw who havo { money at their disposal will do well to [: '.consiilfc;With the local manager. R TUB PaiTamattft: Quarter^ Sessions com mences on Friday, 10th instant. The cases of local importance arc not numerous. THE following named gentlemen liave been gazetted members of the " School' Board for district No., 81:-John Lawrence Brown,^Williarii John Rayrier,) /arid Gebrge Duncan of Emu Plains. " The report of Mondays adjoxirnod'Coiur cil mooting will.bo foundi.on our inside sheet of tliis issue'.' ': . :j / .. < > >; /. 1 >, ' IN our last issue,we-gavathe alterations1 mado with regard to the . ...

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The Nepean Times, Published every Saturday Morning. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 10. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 10 February 1883

%\t ilcpw ©iwfs, ' Published evory Saturday Mor ning. 1 ; SATUBDAY, FEBBUAHY 10. ' .Tub Stuart Government have signified their ~ mtontion' of appointingmore' ..Jjiconsing Benches in tlio country districts, an an-; nouncomerit which will no doubt . meet! witli general approval, especially among those :wliom it more directly concerns. ; This is a change -which has been urgently required since the: present Licensing1 Act came intoi -force-a -little, ovor a year ago-and one 'wliicli will confer a benefit on hundreds ;of country publicans, who have hitherto i been imposed lipon by the introduction of such a .system as that at present employed, with re spect to Licensing Benches; they being're gulated,in :a manner highly unsatisfactory, and altogether without a thought for the licensoo's^interosts; and, as'Atliq, publicans contribute.a fair Bharo to the|xlygnue, their interests should, in all justice,^be1 attended to equally asmiiohasthatof any other portion ofi the population. .-Tlieunsa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 17 February 1883

a CiciiemytertlflTt^usprJfotisu and W Pfti3flBM*MC^WtiRc.s, lis and 12s. Apply Mrs^M'fcKlliuui, NopeatiJ'427 j iOil .SALjO-Dcntl ' Lawllllb near Pcnvifl hOiJSk acres ftt . Smith. 2BI TJ1 oit.SALE.-100 ncww\at Mulgoa Forest, liasi P / dunce aiul partly^ir^U ikpply ./ :. . "t>\ 1 Vesta/ioss, 831 .#!!..? "\!'l 'High-street. !6r /crectiou of two! TKNMJUMSro rcquiri _. roomScl'^ip, of wopflj) J S,1 nro required fqt' .tlip purchnsS%*40ii Jl-i . ar moro, largely) size,SlcopQ|'i weekly. Thoi .iliighcst or any tcudcin/lt. tcmimk'll/y acuuntud. | ' Address ?880 - * . tAOTIO'N.-I hereby carition "]] | who J piTH«4owii my feiieas,:tm^itCIutho fruit from my nrop,.it7Trtmt. I will mwgBed against tlicm to the fullest uxtruinily_opW63a\v. (Signed) ^^^GlSOimjli^n. COLLESS, 1 i-JW-y. ^S^mul^s. ^1 <*?* 5^4LBLACK F11EC15 Ai iiiTliii T| ni|ii IIIIII n [fiill "TImim ilin iln i tho 21st inst.. at 7.MQ*TT|BM<}1avp. . llv ordur oLJ^gTMV,Atr^<w. niso. nrmstaiAN. sko. . ; M...

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