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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 17 February 1883

/ COMMERCIAL. Messrs; Biehnrdson and Nixon (successors to Messrs T. II. and S. Smith) report t.hu following stiles on Wednesday, the 7th inst.: Balb Oatllay, 4s to 5s Od Bundle Oat Hny, 4s (id to 5s'.Id ' Lucenic Hay, 2s <Jd to 3s (id . . . ' Bundle Straw, 3s Od to 3s (id ' Bnle "Stiinr, 2s !)d to 3s 3d Wheat. Hay, 3s Od to-is Gdj , Wheat and Oat Hay, Is lid to 5s Od Chafli Straw, 3s (id to 3s 10d ' ' '? ' Chaif, mixed, 4s (Id to 5s Od' OliniF, oaten. 4s (id to (is Od Wheat, 4s Od to 5s Od Onts, seed, 2s !)d io 3« 3d : Oats, feed. 2s ild to !!s ild Corn, 2s lOd to 4s !kl .< Potatoes, 4s Od to 5s lid ; Bran, lOd to lid ' : . i Flour, .fill 10s to £12 10s iPollard, lOd to lid , [Pumpkins, Is 3d to 3s 6d (Billet AVood, 10s (id to llis Gd (Bundle Wood, 13s to lilw . i | Foot Wood, 15s to Postsnnd ltails,'£3 tOikiPlQp ' . !; : i . i ,?,,... Fowls, 4s Octto (is Od. y, . Cheese, 3d to 5d j Butter, Is 0d tov2s;11d ,i . ,! ,:i'. Eggs,' 2s to 2s§d< , , / . r B...

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RAILWAY TRUCKS. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 17 February 1883

11 AIL WAY .TRUCKS, WE have .published'several lotters referring to tlio " railway track " question in rocent issues, and commenting on the deficiency of, truolcs at the O^oss Roads. A correspondent of tho Evenvwf Now«: of the, 12th inst. says': "Thoro is groat dissatisfaction at tlio way in which people nro treatednt tho Cross.lloads, Penrith. Owing to"'t>ho scarcity of trucks loads liavo to be thrown down, l'louty of trucks are sent to l'mu Plains. i topes nvu on tor tallied that tlio now Minister of works will soo to this injustice." On the 18ih inst. "Emu " writes to tho samo journal as follows : " In your issue of tho 12th inst. I find abatement untlov "railway griovunoc," that thopooploat Cross lloads have an irrogularsupply of trucks, whilst plenty avo Bout to Kmu Plains. A similar statomant ap peared in tho Nepcun, Times some timo ago, which was passed over, but now that such misrepresentations are mado ill a journal so generally rond as tho .liven infi New* it is our dut...

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ST MARY'S, SOUTH CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 17 February 1883

ST MARY'S, SOUTH CREEK. FROM OUK COIUtBSPONDKNT. THE coming event-of'Saturday next-casts a shadow before it in the way of general interestedness which our "saintly" town does not often experience. For weeks past, in almost all circles, the proceedings in con nection with the laying of the foundation stone of the new Protestant Hall lias been the all absorbing topic, and should " Jupiter Pluvius" favour with propitious weather the affair cannot bo otherwise than an un qualified success. A tea/meeting in celebra tion of the occasion will take place at 1.80 p.m., and visitors will also be provided for who arrive at a later hour. After the tea has been discussed-and no doubt the South Creekitos will do justice to that-Mr. Hicks, the R.W.G.M. of the Orange Order will proceed with the coremoay 'of laying tho stone. Tho committee have spared " nor time nor trouble" to bring the event to a successful issue, and thoir efforts will pro bably bo well rewarded. Several prominent gentlemen, M's....

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THE BLUE MOUNTAINS. SUGGESTED BY A VISIT TO A FRIEND. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 17 February 1883

THE * BLUB MOUNTAINS. SUGQK8TKD -BY A VISIT TO A UBIBND. Hah,, to the Mountains Nino. - Whose heart-restoring heights, .. i Cliwl in theiv mnutlc oE bright cmcrnld, Give.to the invalid that sweofc repose Which cities cannot give./ JS : .The inhnlation of thy'sweet pure air, Coursing through lungs of Hickly man, Give health and strength Where doctors numberless have failed. . Thy gorges ami thy glens, Loaded with vordurc of the brightest tiut, - Thy waterfalls and rippling cascades,. , Inspire all who view them With wonder and delight. No life in town could such enchantmcut give. And then, the noble villas, That rise up high upon:thy. tops, 'i . Give note of peace, quietude and health. "Oh, for a home in some vast wildernesss, Some boundless contiguity of shade," So says the poet. ; > Hut give to me a home IIjioii thy bahny heights, 'Whence I can, view f . wi compass every point t Scenes of endless grandeur aiidjof- licauty; / A liome'lik'c this, I think now, as I look', 1 > 1 ...

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 17 February 1883

CRICKET. A .RiNOLB wickot match was played on Thursday afternoon on tho' Association's ground for £1 a-sido and the honor of thp championship, between Messrs. 0. Evan? and E. Straiigo, of Ponrith v. Mossrs. T. J,. Cross and T. A. Ahoarn, of Mulgoa. Tho match result in a victory for tlio formoi' with oiio wicket and two, runs to spare. Tho proceeds wore liandod over to tho com mittee of'tho Nepoan Raco Club, Appended aro tho scoros : Mumioa.-lHt, Innings, Grass, b Sti'ftiiKO 0 Aliunni, u 0. Kvniw, b Strange ... "» Second Inuliiga., Gross; b.Strong ' ... ...' 0 , Ahoavn, 1) Htmngu ...V ... ... . 1 Total... ... \... ... « I'HNHi'i'ii.-1st Inning*. , '. o and b Gross : 0 ?. Kvttiw, IJ Grass ... u Hccoml 1 linings. KvniH, b Grout . ...' 0 .Sli'f. i jo,'not out ... ... ... I) Tot.,1 ... ... ... ' ; ... 8 . AH my v, ':o find I, nl. Urn window ono dny, Stood watching a man with ft monkey, A call, eainu by, wllli a "broth o£ a boy., , Who wr ' driving a stout llttlo donkoyi To my \, "la then...

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

"WILLIAM ORTIZ; SADDLE AND HAItXHfe'S IcAKEIi,' H igh-.s^eot^pmil hi' BEGS to intimate m tw/ubllo If l'c/rithnnd i tfuripuuling cliff narniot lio Im.s nt hnn(l'Jto;rc'kccuto Jpi^ml<|ery;flla and otlioi' gcii'oi'ftl wofk. m cojmieotloi^vjlfh his4>iwi )itws,:on' terms to lompetc/witl Sydiiey-/houHcsi having;oxtended hit/ planf/whidi now cjtmimaudy tlip businooH of the ^fhole town. / / / All orders.punctually (dtcndcfl t(/jwi<l rojmii« of all kinds executed with neatiiowy anauispateh. i Main Premises near the Court-house j branch Storo bolow Station-street hi'High-street; / -107 . f , ,. .[A OAItD,] , . , , . , ,,,, . . MRS. HAMILTON DESIRES to tiiajlk^«/o /nhidbittota of Pon rith'tindiits pvttf/afi&fag /lisi/igj& for tho support aocordod't/ he: General Statj|Dfl|B^y^n< Fancy Store, and liopeB by being attentive and obliging to in sure a continuance of their euBtom.. . ; - - j Mkb. HAMILTON,* , ! I ' ' 1' 1 'Hiflfh-street, Penrith. I ...

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 17 February 1883

LOCAL NEWS. THE BO V. J. Gardiner will dolivor a lecturo in tho Wosloyan Olutroli, 011 Wed nesday ovoning next, on tlio subject "Tho Tower of London and its PriaonovH." Tho subjoot is an interesting 0110 and combinod with tho ability of Mr Gardinor, as a Ice turor, , should attraot a good attendance. TI1010 will bo 110 charge for admission, ! but a collection will bo nmdo at tho elqso, which will bo dovotod to'the Ohiu-ch fmiids. A cnioKKT match will bo played on Siit . lU'day aftoriioon botwpon an olovon; of Oastioreagh O.O. and an equal numbor of [1 tlio Penrith H.II.A.0.0, 011 tlio lattors ground. COMMUNICATION^ .from " Alpha," " Grand Flaneur," and " T." 0. S." crowded out of this issue, will appear in our next. Also a contribution by " Lunar." AT the Police CourV on Friday, before Mr. J. K, Cleove^ J.P., William Doyle was charged with behaving jn a riotous manner in High Street, on tbe^lSfcli inst. He was fined 20s with costs 2s Gd or in default 7 days. Fine paid. THE District ...

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MUNICIPAL ELECTION. POLLING DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 17 February 1883

MUNICIPAL ELECTION. POLLING DAY. The poll was taken 011 Saturday last, at the Council Chamber, Penrith, for the olection of three Aldermen to serve in the Council for the ensuing three years in the room of those retiring. From 8 g,.m. until 8 pan. vehicles were busily engaged conveying the ratepayers to the Chamber to record their votes, though it cannot be said that the interest manifested in the proceedings was as great as at previous elections in the town. Tho result was a surprise for the majority, but in ccrtain circles of public opinion pnded 1 as anticipated. 1171 votes were polled out | of a possible 2150. At about 4.45 p.m. tho Returning Officer announced tho poll, which was officially | declared on Monday as follows: l'cnrith. Cnstloraigli. Jlulgon, Total. Jmucs 10 vans 315 30 27 381 Miolmul Long 2(U 3(i 20 320 Alfred Collcss 2<i8 18 20 HOC. David J. Worboy* 150 2 8 101 Iiiforinal votos, 8, Tho Returning Officer - then declared tho first three duly elected as Al...

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PAYING A HOTEL BTLL WITH A POEM. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 17 February 1883

PAYING A HOTEL BTLL WITH A I'OEM. Johs^I 'Culiougli' tells -the .fallowing story of his fellow-actor-Lawrence Harretfc" liithosc early days./when wo where -.{both young and the,bloom was, 6u tliOj rye; 'wo; crimp one night hftcr a ' hard days riding iii tho^om-outside,'too,'mark ye!-to an old wayside tavern; whore;we hoped 1o pass the , night. But the house was closed ; a little child of the, landlord's had died. that, .day and, ho said he wouldn't have any strangero around the place. It was griof did it. for Hint landlord generally a 'first rate follow and one of.most good-natured men alive. We all folt sorry for him'and liarrctt especially. He tried to consolo him, and after they had talked awhilo together, with tears in his eyas tho landlord led linrrett iu to look at tho dead child. Thoy camc out. with wet oyes, and after they hod gulped down ' a glass of okl rye. in silent griof, the. landlord at Barrett's request, brought, him writing materials, Well, sir, 1 give my word .that...

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PROTESTANT HALL, SOUTH CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 17 February 1883

.PROTESTANT HALL, SOUTH GREEK. \ ;; The Protestant Hall at St. Mary's of which tlio foundation^ stono will bo laid to-day will; comjiaro'favorably with any building of its kind in tlvo 'colony. The design itself reflects -/groat, credit on the architect /Mr, James Tosh, and the building in' every par ticular .will be suited to tho requirements of the Orango Lodge, and for tho purpose : of all entertainments of a public character. We are. confident , that the contractors, Messrs. Dunkloy and Giblin will carry out their part of tho contract faithfully, and wo trust that tho Tea Meeting which takes place this afternoon, will bo a success in ovory foaturo'. Tho building will bo built of brick 011 a stono foundation. Tho frontage of tho Hall to the main Western Road is 80ft. 4in. and tho depth 67ft. 4in. The design of tho frontal exterior is a very chaste one. Thoro aro four moulded pilas ter* with Corinthian heads, and the mould ing on tho top of tho parapet, is of a novel description; ...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 17 February 1883

CORRBSPQ^DENCE, Tub following lottor litis boon< lmndocl to ua for publication : . . , Colotii^l^ocvpt'my.'S'Pnico, . . Syilriby/OtJi-yolnHiavy, 188!), HofoiTing.to yQui'ioiiarof tlialllth'.Tfiiiiini'.y 18K2, fitrtlior iwpcotiuK town of I'ourltli, 1 am (livuotctl l)y tlio Colonjivl'Sqcvclnvy 11 Imformynu-tlmfclbu matter lirifl beoii transmitted to tliu Suurotnry for l'ubllu AVuvks, with ilia vlow o£ iui<!.ortaiiiiiiK ?liow. fta* "tlio convitiQiiood of! water HUpiily for I'oiirilh can Id bo incorporated with tho Railway .suimly, and bo obtained from tlio lllvur. 1 liavo t)io lionov to bo, 81 v, . Your most'olicdioiit SorvmiO,. 'GUITOIMJTT WALKUII, T. 1!, Smith, Esq., .Sydney, .

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A CLERGYMAN AND HIS GOAT. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 17 February 1883

?*A ;CLEliGrYMA N AND HIS GOATi ] ; /. THE Bcnditjo Advertiser furnishes the follow ing amusing story-jAfew days ago some alight sensation was caused at a railway itation on the Mount: Aldexander lino,: not a great many miles- from Elphinstone or Kyrioton. " A clergyman well known* in' the, yiciri%,-. wtte < about: 'seiidin'g ?,Kis family and part of his household goods by rail to fresh fields and pastures new. Amongst the lug gage thereV.was v aijomewh'at r. heavy and unwieldy box, and the rev." gentleman obtained the assistance of'a friend, to carry ? it* THey set the box down oil tlie platform for a momentary rest, and as they did so, peculiar and plamtiv6'"cries; attracted the' attention of bystanders. The sounds appar ently'came from' the,;' box,! which I 'on tieing examined'by the .railway officials' was found :to be a goat with the horns sawn off, for the purpose of, closer packing. The clerical {owner failing to prove it luggage, wearing i apparel, or even a membe...

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PENRITH POLICE COURT. MONDAY FEBRUARY 12TH. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 17 February 1883

,, PENRITH POLICE COURT. MONDAY FFUKUAUY 12TH. .* Before Mr. J. K. Gleove, J.P. SBVBUAii persons wore fined for drunkenness . in sums ranging from 5s to 20s, with costs* TUESDAY, FEBRUARY ISTU. " Before Mr. J. K, Lethbridgo and Dr" Duncan, E.N, J.e'P. ' Forest Banger v. Earliest Ausburno. This was a case withdrawn on the Oth hist. The prosecutor said that acting under the instructions from the Minister, lie wished to withdraw tlio case from the court. The case was withdrawn; uo costs being allowed. James Howlett against Joseph Anschau. Defendant was called upon to show causo why he should not find sureties to keep the peace towards James Howlett. Defendant pleaded not guilty to a charge preferred against liim by James Howlett, for threatening to do liim some bodily harm. , . James Howlett, deposed: Was a care taker, residing at Luddenjiam. TJig^in formation, before the Court, referring to Anschau, was correct. Ho saw him 011 tlio 80th January, at 7 80 a.m. ho, (Iiowlett) at that tim...

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Tit Bits. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 17 February 1883

Tit Bits. 1»Y T1IK NOVIOK. 0KU8V..SD again 1 In my last lot of squibs, I " cracked up " a travelling showman, who had " paid his advertising oxponses in ad vauco." A Travelling Showman has sinoo gono away and forgotton to pay his rent. >:« * # At the election; "A .'..oo and indopon dont " to one of the candidates: " Woll, old man, I did not know any ono olao, so when I got^my ballot paper I novor touohed 1 another namo but yours."-Verb, utiji. >it >',t i!< . ' MivSmeaton spoko of tho "underground engineering " of certain political societies, which, in his opinion, should bo squelched, and ho seemed to know exactly what parties of a particular lodge "went for" at oach olection, Now, I am credibly informed that these so-callod political societies are sworn to secrooy, and if Mr. Smoaton did not guess at tho choice, why then sdiho ono must liayo violatod their obligation. "Was it Mr, Smoaton or was it Homo ono olso. # # # A friend of mine in Honry-stroot has a hat p...

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THE ALMIGHTY DOLLAR. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 17 February 1883

THKyALMIGHTJT DOLL Alt. The Toronto Canada and Globe lias the fol lowing: o / r ' Brotlior Smith, what does this mean ?' 'Whatdoes what mean ?' , ' Bringing a nigger to' this church.' ? But he is intelligent and well educated.' i' Who cares of that ? He is a nigger.' ' But he 1b a friend of mine.' ' What, of that ? - Must you, therefore, in sult the whole Congregatton ?': ' ' Blithe is a Christian, and belongs to thei same denomination.' ' What do I care forjthat ? Let -him go and worship with liis fellow miggers.' . f But;lie:is worth'5,000|000 dols>,';said the merchant. VI" : ' Worth what ?'''1 ' " " * ' : ' . " Five million dollars.' ? . ' ' Worth 5,000,000 dols.! Brother. 'Smith; introduce me.' .. ? <

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WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 14TH. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 17 February 1883

WEDNESDAY, FKUIIUAIIY lira. ' .Boforo Dr. Bond J,F. Michael Bowling olmrgod with lioliaving in a riotous nmiinor in High Skcot, was Jhi'otl 20s or in dofault, sovon days iii Parra matta gaol. *. Tho lino was paid Josopli, Murray l'or being drunk in Wood rill'o SLl'ouL was iintid 5s; or 2d hours in llio lock-up.

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COLYTON. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 17 February 1883

OOLYTON. THE fourteenth annual feast givon to tlio children of Oolyton by Mr. and Mrs Meacher of Mount Dr.uitt, took placo on Wednesday, 7th instant, under the most favorable cir cumstances. Tlio day was filled with sun beams and breezes, and the South Creelc Band, under the directorship of Mr. John Taylor, played some melodiousvmusior The children, accompanied by tlio Revf[lT; Trivott, amused tliemselvos by playing' all sorts of games; "whilst others of .a more amourous-ago; played " twos " only, in vari:, ous shady rotreats. At 8 o'clock, tea and sandwiches wero duly disposed of by the parents, of tho children; after which the youngsters circled and done justice to a fine spread. . Then followed more games, scram bles, and so on, till the sun went down be hind the Zig-Zag; then folks said kind words to folks, and departed. So ondedono of the most friendly gatherings that ovor took placo in Cumberland County. Mr. and Mrs. Meacher are indeed.a do liglitful old couple-full of kindnes...

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SKIMMINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 17 February 1883

? SKIMMINGS. Thk Houses , of Parliament and General Post Office' to be connected by telephone. ' Two young ladies drowned at Ooogce on Tliursday week.'5' They went to*bathe and werp carried beyond their depth. A resolution was carriod at the recent Wesleyan Conference as follows:-That this conference, strongly .urges upon the superintendents of circuits the advisability of using unintoxicating wipe in the admini stration of the Lord's Supper." Last year England derived £450,000 from duty on carriages. Tlib'Kenmuro Castle foundered during a great gale in the Bay if -Biscay^. 82 souls on board. All lost. ? The. Spanish .Govern&ent is about to emancipate 40,0001. Cuban slaves. Mutton imported by-Sorronto brought 7^d per lb. in London. Violent storms in Victoria last week caus ing unprecedented floods in some . parts.-, Total damage about £10,000. The friendly societies commission cost the Country £1980 10s. The Oddfellow, a paper published for some* time'lit Peilrith, lias been...

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PENRITH MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 17 February 1883

. PENIUTil MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. A MEETING of-the Council was hold in the Chamber", 611 Thursday evening. Present The Mayor; aiul Aldermen Cross, Besley, Long, Smith, C. 12vans, Price, (Paskin, and J. Evans. MINUTES. 'j'-'1 Tlie minutes of the previous meeting were read and'confirmed. . * ' . ' ' * ELECTION OF MAYOR, The Mayor said that the Council had been called together to elect a . Mayor for the ensuing year, his term of office having expired.' There wero two questions which had to bo decided before proceeding with the election, "namely; whether it-should be decided by ballot or show of'hands, and whether the public should bo excluded, or allowed to witness the proceedings. Alderman Cross proposed that tlie vote be taken.by a show of hands, and that the public be not' excluded." ,Tho resolution was seconded by Alderman "Price, and unani mously carried. The Mayor then asked for proposals for the offico. Alderman Cross moved," that' Alderman ' George B. Besloy bo Mayor of Peurith for...

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

COIUOiSl'ONDKNTS will save both tlicmsclr,® and tliosecoiiuectcd. with this journnl a goo deal of trouble by observing lite following rules : Correspondence, inteiidod for publication in our Jiews columns, 8hould.be addressed to the editor, while advertisements and business communications should be sent to the proprietor. While wo Khali be glad at any time to rcccire for publication items of local interest, we shall freely use our privilege of excisiiigany offensive allusions to private individuals. Libel-writing is such an extremely expensive luxury, that we cannot nfford to share it with anyone else. Advertisements, except those coming from subscribe!* and responsible persons, must be paid or in advance. All communications,must lie accompanied by the real name and address of the sender. Spooial Notice 3X and afLer this date our crush terms for adver tising will be as under,,viz,: . Fourteen words and under, 'Is Each line up to five (per line) ... Gd One inch ' ... its Kach succeed...

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