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"TLL NA TRUST YE." [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 3 March 1883

"I'LL NA TRUST IMS." Two centuries'' ago,! in the Highlands of Scotland, to ask for a receipt, or a promis sory note, was thought an insult. It"-.?would have beoivrosented as quickly as if one-had said, " I doubt your honor."' If parties had business matters to transact, tlioy stopped . into tlio air, fixed thoir eyes upon tlio hea vens, and each repeated liis obligation, with no moral witness. A mark was then carved 011 somo rock or troo near by as a remem brance of the compact. i ' Suclr a thing as breach of contract was rarely.met.with, so highly did the poople rogai'd'theirhonor. Whon tlio march of improvement brought tlio now/ mode, of doing business, they wore / often pained byJtheBd inhovatious. An ancc . doto is handed down, of a farmer1 who had boon to the Lowlands and learned1 worldly wisdom,: , v--; ' -''M : On rbtiirnirig to liis native parish' lie had need of a smti of money, and made bold to ;aslc a loan1 from a gontlemari -of' means uamod; Stewart. 1 This was^lcindly'...

Publication Title: Nepean Times
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The Adjutant's Story. CHAPTER VIII. (CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 3 March 1883

The Adjutant's Story. OHAPTEE VM. (CONTINUED THEN Drummer Cook and myself went on with the letter ; but after a bit everything began to go round before my eyes, ana I could hardly keep them open. I told Cook I didn't tliiukI could bo well; but lie said that I was only sleepy aftor playing cricket, and that he'd go with me to the barrack room. I could hardly walk out; everything Bcemed reeling about; and then after that I don't recollect anything more until I woke up this morning in the colls, feeling so ill that I could hardly lift up my head. My first thought, though, was to see if the locket was all right, and I felt for it, but it was gone. Of course, long beforo little Harding had arrived at the conclusion of his narrative, the whole thing was as clear as pikestaff to me. The locket, which was a very massive and valuable one, had evidently excited the greed of the scoundrel Cook, who had dosod his victim with opium-a drug, of course, as easily obtained in _ China as tobacco is h...

Publication Title: Nepean Times
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MISCELLANEOUS. MARK TWAIN'S BAROMETER. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 3 March 1883

MISCELLANEOUS. MAllK TWAIN'S BAROMETER. SOMEBODY was asking a Hartford man how it happened that Mark Twain wrote and published so little nowadays. " He writes as much as over," was the ^eply, "but his barometer is out of order, and ho does not know how to publish. So ho publishes nothing." " What in the world has his barometer to do with his literary activity ?" " His barometer is a man-servant named Jacob, who is remarkable for his deficient sense of humour. Mark can never judge of the merit of his own performances. Years ago lie fell into tlio habit of testing every thing ho wrote by observing its effect on Jacob. If Jacob listened to tlio reading of the article, jest, or story with unmoved countenance, or merely sm'illed in a perfunc tory way, Mark was satisfied, and sent the manuscript to tlio printer.' But if Jacob laughed outright, or gave any other indica tion of genuine merriment, the humourist concliidcd that the stuff was hopeless, and withheld it from publication. Ho rega...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 3 March 1883

WILLIAM OX&TH SADDLE AND HARNESS MAKER, High-street, Penrith. BEGS to Intimate to the public of Penrith and its surrounding district that ho has every facility at hand to oxeouto all Saddlery, Harucss-making, and other gonorol work in connection with liis busi ness, on terms to compete with Sydnoy bonnes, having extended hit* plant which now commands the business of tho whole town. All orders punctually attended to, and repairs of all kinds executed with neatness and dispatch. Main Premises near tho Court-house ; branch Store bolow Station-street in Higli-strcot, -<07 SIPPEL BROTHERS, ANERIOAN TOBACCO WAREHOUSE, 020 GEORGE STREET, (Opposito Central Polioo offlco,) Sydnoy. BRANCH ESTABLISHMENTS ! Main Stroot ... Young : Horburt Streot Gulgong Georgo Street Gronfgll . Forlxis Stract... ... Parkos Country Ordors punctually attended to, 871 Board and Residence. TO RAILWAY EMPLOYEES AND OTHERS. MRS. 8. KENNY 1ms muchploasuroin inform ing <hu inhabitants of P...

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NEW LIGHT ON THE GULF STREAN. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 3 March 1883

NEW LIGHT ON THE GULF STREAN. CoMHANcisn Bartlett's disoourae on the Gulf Stream attracted much attention and seemed especially interesting' to the .niinent strangers present. Commander Bartlett has been for Bome years investigating tli« stream in connection with the Coast Surrey, and he hastened here without taking time to prepare a papar to gire the results of his latest work. In brief, ha showed that the Gulf Stream does not flow from the Gulf, that it does not flow over a bottom channeled with ridges and valleys parallel with the wide plateau extending along the coast from Bermuda Banks; that the stream flowing over this sweeps it clean to its bard coral bottom; that beyond this the bottom slopes rapidly downward and is oozy with the wash from the plateau; that it is not a river of warm water flowing over cold; that the Arctic current does not run inside; and in short he breaks a good many scientific idols pretty thoroughly. The unscientifio were glad to know that a bottle of ch...

Publication Title: Nepean Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 3 March 1883

COBBBSPPNDBNTSmvJU" jjare, Ijdtli themselye niid* those connected with thin journal a, good deal of trouble.by observing the following rule? Correspondence,'intended for publication in our news columns, should lie addressed to the editor, while advertisements and business communications should be seiit to the proprietor.' . While we shall be glad at any time to rcccive'for publication items of local interest, we shall freely use our privilege of excising nny offensive allusions to private individuals. Libel-writing is such an extremely e.x]>eiwive luxury, that we cannot afford to share it with anyone else. Advertisements, except, those coming from ubscribois' and responsible persons, must be paid ? or ill advance. All communications must be accompanied by, the refcl/iiqme and'address of the:seftder.;i? (li* t> ; Special ITotiioe- , QN litiil after this date our cash terms for adver .^tisiug will be as under, vi«.:- ? j Fourteen words and under, Is i Kachlinc up to five (pe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 3 March 1883

§f qww k 3?-OTMR' I»»8P8S»8»T . mw & OK a'ZBCE ^MlOJ^XaW. Published every Saturday Morning. CONTAINS leading arises on the pvoivnent questions of the day ; the Jaiest local news, and te'egr'.ros; humourous ox traces iVom American journal ; spso'al correspondence and the latest Sydney Ooniircrc'al news. Subscript! oft 2s. Od. per qur jer, in rJvanco. HEPBA'M TiMES QFFfCE, F'sb-Straeu, Pemith. I |%cn« Winter.' Speml Jobbing Department. THE proprefcor Ov the Nepean Time« ?s pre pared tooxeoute prinivtij of every del crip Hon. Popiers, bus'ne.s cards. W.l-ljcada, pro grammes, &o., turned outaifcbe sbories!; nojfce; witli noainesB M)dd'gpafehv.-r^f.' Charges ai lo w as W. LENNOX'S HAY AND CORN STORE, HIGH-STREBT, PENRITH. A: LL kinds of PRODUCE always on Hand a. 9. w4aBO.YS. STILL CONTINUES TO MAKE riB.ST-CX.ASS BOOTS THE very best matorial uiod, ond a good fit guaranteed on tbo shoifest noi!ce. Life and Acc'deni Assur<u?co Agont. HIGH SWEET, 'PENRITH. . W. KER...

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 3 March 1883

?LOCAL NEWS. Thk date for the ,Ponritli audr,Nopoari Jockoy Club's first mooting has boon do fiiiitolyfixedifor tho; 14th April. ' ("\ A', PETITION' to tlio Hon. tlio Ministor for Public Works . .lioH, Oit^this, offioo for signa tures of thoso'porsons being residents, or land-;owners' in the iioighboiirhood of tlio Ol'oss1 Boads, who dosiro that a platform should bo orocted at. that place., The, poti tion proposes that,the platform, if erected, bo galled; Pennthi.Park," and sots forth that it would ;bo a . groat convenience to; a great, numbor of resident in tho adjacont locality..; > ;; J»> * > !:... . ; ;; ,j , MR. P. Hainsworlfli givos us an account of an oxoiting adventure',witli a snake, in which adventure lio (Mr. Hainsworth) was a prin cipal actor. Tho snake was first'!observed at tho kitchen entrance and caused considorr able alarm among tho members of his family . Tho intruder was manfully dospatchodby Mr. Hainsworth with that formidable weapon tho " kitchon tongs....

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The Nepean Times. Published every Saturday Morning. SATURDAY, MARCH 3. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 3 March 1883

$!jt Jtepiw SRmcs, jPablUliel ovory Saturday .Mornia^.' / S.VrUKD.VY, Maiicii 8. &RK present issue is tho first' in the second .year of our literary existence, and- as most "^anniversaries, are celebrated or attended: to inj some manner or other, and generally WgiVe to.'th'oso jnorb immediately concerned ~thp idea of " scanning tlio pant,".'.we: may be) pardoned in submitting to our readers a ^concise summary of our year's history aiid -coiiduct, and ill advancing a few observations 'iox ourselves.- It is a fact, of- which wo are . well aware, that, the majority of country "journals are over on the qui vive to take advantage of" opportunities for devoting' articles upon tlio subject of" selves," where by private interests are served, while at_tlie same time^tho~ interests of the public--tlibir supporters, are neglected ; but it cannot be . fairly said of us that wo ,have oyor abused, to an undue extent,' that privilege', or vio: lated the rule winch we intend, strictly to , ...

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A BRIDAL COUPLE DOUSED. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 3 March 1883

A Bill,DAL COUPLE DOUSED. ! A NEwiA'-irAiuuicn pair;* who arrived 'ou theiri honey-moon trip' \axcolejwitpd* Scotch watering place wlion accommodation was at a premium, had a mattress spread for them by a compassionate inn-keeper in ono.of.his; bath-rooms. In the middlo of the night-the house was alarmed by loud shrieks procecd .ingfrom the nupital chamber. What was, the matter? Well, this : Tho younglbride, ^wishing to ring for a servant, caught hold' of what she supposed to bo tho bell-rope and pulled it sharply. Unhappily for her end her spouse it was tho cord of tho shower bath over their heads, and forthwith down plunged such, a deluge of cold water as would throw a damper upon tho most de voted honey-making couple. Hor husband, (in - dismay ^-cauglit;;, frantically at another, rcord'on his'side of tho extemporized couch, but the only response was anf equally liberal dolugo of water, this time nearly boiling hot. The unhappy pair thou screamed in. unison. When the servants camo...

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A DRUNKARDS RESOLVE. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 3 March 1883

» ' A KltUNIiAUDS vltliSOLVJO. . The Lewixton (Mo) Journal is responsible for tho, following storyAt a , recently; local tomporanco mooting a speaker, in drolling on the degradation Gansod ,by tho appotito , for liquor, said lie know ft man who drank .to such an extent that ? his: wliolonatuvo seomod impregnated, with alcohol; his lungs eyen,,bocamo BO., ohargod with it that in blowing out a candle ono day his breath .took -fire, as it woro naphtha. At the con clusion of. those romarks a bloar-oyod and ragged man staggorod forward from tho roar of. tli<v hall. , Tho audionco room was pxolted Pooplq who were standing in tho aisles made a .passage way for tho groping inobriato. Evoryono thought another reformation was , to come, and that the trombling toper was on his way to sign the ironclad pledgo. , Those on the stago stood i*oady to welcome ^ ,him gludy, The besotted and rum poisoned appearance of tho old follow mado a sad and (juioting impression on tho crowd, and the ...

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

SKIMMINGS. Tiik'importation of grapo-vinos, cuttin'g; and 'grapoa'iiitoViNow ;Zoaland has boon prohi bited. , I Sir Honry Pa'rlcos ,woll rocoivod at Tontor iiold. " j Thero aro fiix casos of smallpox 011 board tho Faraway in Sydnoy. ! , ; } A young man drownod at Manly Boaoh on Monday, and anothor ilrownod 011 Tuos'-" day seeking ibis .body, also a Kanaka divor.' The" "Ichallongo11 olootion is creating groat.! interest' ' in tho constituencies of Mudgoo and' tho Uppor Hun tor, for .which' soats Messrs. Taylor and M'Elhono are ro-! contesting. Sovoral candidates aro out against thorn. . .... " . It:*:iH'' ktate'd that :MoaelrH; Goodlot and Smitli rocoivo .087,000 from Govornmont .for land.resumed at Darlmg>Hpbomv A tram broke loose on tho lino at Coogoo roconfclyr and travollod CO yards 011 tho road having' loft tho rails. , A dynamito explosion- took)placo * at Brus sels on Saturday, sitppfisddto bo tlio. act of seorot societies. No deaths aro roportod. Sovoral arrests wer$"made....

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LIVING CHESS. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 3 March 1883

LiyiNG OI-IESS. A CHESS tournament >with living characters was played'for. the.first time in tho Southern Homiuphoro at tho North Adolaido bazaar, in tho Town Hall^n;the>20th ultimo.-- Tlio following) oxtracttfrom thevXllustrated Lon dou News.will'givo;an,,idoa, of-; tho .intGrGSt- >: .ing nature of'the uovofcpoifom'dnbp.:^;j!te\:f Rodwood Parle, by pormisaion. of tho ownor, and i tindor' tlio Jpatmiagfr'io^ ladios; a.gamo of choss was playiklby living piocoa-that is to say .with - human figuroa drosaod in quaint ^fifteenth century costumes thirty-two innumbor, tho rods against tho greens, moving' proporly from square to square, oacli sido acting under tho orders of a director or commander-in-chief, as in tho movements of a military field-day. In playing the first gamo tho rival commanders .woro . tho liov. mi\ oiiovaliur aucl 'Major' Thompson,, who in turns callod out; tho rnovos, the figuros aiisworing with tho-pre cision of automata. Afterwards, on Thurs day,1 an impromp...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 3 March 1883

1011 SALlO-irDcntl Thnl>ur*,on 2000 no res nt Landillo nantf Penrith. Ap|>lyJT, It. femitli. 251: : ''.J" 1 . "T710Il:.fi!ALK.-pl{)b acres atiMulgon jlftmat, HdM-' JJ donee and-partly cleared.. Apply | A. COIjLKSS, »'»!? ]|ligh-sti;y()t.,n( rjnMN DM118 iu'd;required foi-tho piirclinso uP'Mp,* I -.' or more, hii'gel slue Slejjujslfl" ^.eokly»'|(',J.,jiui highest nv any toiulunmt nocdssarily accepted, Address- , j r? . WCOljLESS, !)!10, ' High-street. OS'L'.-On tlio l.'Uli lust, one ClokllAlbort Chain' Loekot (engraved)^ containing igontli! mnu's likeness, either in UoliVioi-c!" l.'ni-k orj at the mid l.o L< mnu'f , . Railway Gales. -"Anyone finding snmb and returii ing' to Nepctin Tjmeu olllee, or at tlioj undersigned, will ho liaiidsonioly rewarded.,. ; j "T » J. S, J1UCIHU!},. lilt 1 i^.w (Jastlurongh,;i i -f-~| 5 IV (lie llrown (folding brawled i! jover LT< jjun-v, rump, viinu'litg, in the (Henmovc; Paddocks, is' not removed in'n-riiouth from ilato-ho w...

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 3 March 1883

COMMERCIAL], ! r~" ! I Messrs. ItlchavdsoiMiiul Nixon (suocossors to T.' H. and S. .Smith)' report tlio ..following Wednesday, the 28 th hint, ' i IJalc Oat liny, 2s'.fid lo 5s lid I ! Bundle Oat 1-1 ay,' 3s 0(1 to 5s lyd " ! i Lupcnic liny, Is lid to !)rt Slil V : ! i Bundle .Straw, 2.-).lid to its lid " "*" Bale SI raw, 2s lid to) 2s lOd ! Wheat. Hay, Its 0d''{o 4s !lil t ? ; Wlicnt mid Oat Hay, -Is lid to JK"i>U J ' Ohaft Straw, 3s Od to 3s (id (J ha IV, mixed, 2s (id to 'Is (Id L , j OhfifT, oatQii. Js Od.,to (is Od ! . ! Wheat, 4s Od to-fis Od ! I Oats, seed,»2s licitoJ)s 0d'' .. i Oats, feed, 2s (id to 3s Od ,, Corn, 3s 7d to lis lOd "?* Pqtatoes,-Is Od to-us (id'" ' 11 ran, lid to Is ."2 Floitr, .CllHo .t 12.10s " Pollard, l>ld to Is . Piim|ikiiis,v8d lo 9s !!d Billet Wood, !)s OdUo 1-ts Od 11 luidlo Wood, 1 lH-to 11 s 8d .' Foot Wood, lis to'His Od'.., O Posts and Hails, .G3, ins to~Cl 5s-. Fowls, Us'ffd to lis'Od Choose, 3d to 5d' Butter, 8s Od to 1ld JSggs, Is.3d to ...

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ONE WAY TO KEEP GRAPES. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 3 March 1883

ONE WAY TO KEEP GlUl'ES. THE method adopted by E. P. Eoo forkoep-. iug grapes into the winter lias been successful, and is very simple. Select such sorts as the Catawba, Isabella, Diana, and Iono-Concord and other thin-skinned kinds it is not worth wliilo to keep-piolc on a dry, clear day, with grape scissors, so as hot to handle them much, romoving all imperfect berries and those not fully ripened. Place in oloan dry eartlion jars in layers a bunch deep, with dry straw papor between the layers,_and fill the jar in this way. Place a double shoot of paper over tho top layer and put on tlio lid. Strong unbleached muslin is pastod ontirely ovor the lid or covor of tho jar, completely covoring the opening so that no air may ontor. \Vhoii this ^oyoring has fully dried and hardonod, tho jars aro biu'iod on a dry knoll sufficiently doep to bo beyond tho action of frost, a stake boing placod ovor each jar to locato it accurately.

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AN OLD OAK. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 3 March 1883

AN OLD OAK. WITHIN a bow-sliot of the great town gato of Morat, in Switzerland, stands .an oalc more than live hundred years old. It was a full grown tree on the eve of the famoiis battle of Morat, when Charles the Bold, held 'con ference with his generals under its.wide* spread branches. Twenty-four hours lator the leaders of the Swiss gathered round the solf-same tree, and there offered up thanks to heaven for their signal victory.' 'Tliey despatched a messenger to Freiburg with the tidings, arid in conformity with a foregone arrangement, confided him a token by which tlio federalists of that city might reoognise him as a duly accredited envoy. < This token was a branch cut from tlio oak in question. Its boarer put forth such speed that when he reached Proiburg lie had just strength enough loft to gasp out his message, 1 and then dropped dead, grasping his oak branch, to the last. He was buried where he fell, and the branch, planted on his gravo, is at the present momon...

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LUCIDITY. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 3 March 1883

LUCIDITY: Mr. Matthew Arnold, who, I tako it, is' a kind of resthetic philosopher, says tliat what tho English lack chiefly is lucidity. _ Upon my word, I!believe it. 'Not that I think tho want lies in tho incapacity to droato lucidity, but that it springs from the 'hypo cisy anil humbug of our living. _ If we lack lucidity, it is becauso wo aro without truth. "Wo fence and trifle with truth, partly be cause it is impolitic to speak it, and partly bocauae it is tho outcome of our social and political education to tell1 lies, . For, as wp know, we should novor get along if wo spoke the,truth. It is the' struggle then which mon and womon imdorgo to cmnpromiso that interferes with their lucidity. Thoy will not say yea or nay, but dodge the ques tion, because thoy either seok to avoid giv ing offence, or their education lias do ? bauclied their honesty, and thoy have como into tho liabit of hypocrisy. Lot us take up any newspaper and wo, shall readily see how a thought is spun out to 'f...

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WATERPROOF PAPER. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 3 March 1883

. ' , WATEltraOOl'1 PAPKll, AoaouniNa to tho Jouvu, So a, of Arts, a strong impervious parchniont-papor ia obtained by thoroughly washing woollon or cotton fabrics, bo as to romovo gum, starch, and otlior foroignbodios, then to immorso them in n bath containing^ a small quantity of papor pulp. Tho lattor is mado to ponotrato tlio frabric by being passod botwoon rollors. Thus proparod it is aftor\yards dippod into sulphurio nokl of suitablo concentration, and thou ropoatodly washocl in a bath of aqueous ammonia until ovory traco of acid has boon romovod. Finally, it is pressod botwoon rollors to romovo tho oxcoss of liquid, driod botwoon two other rollers which aro covorod with l'olt, and lastly calondorod,

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Original Contributions. SPRINGWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 3 March 1883

Original Contributions. SPRINGWOOD. I THINK, Mr. Editor, you must have forgot ten that there is such a place as Spriug wood on the Bluo Mountains, and as I havo no desire that oiu' beautiful and flourishing village should be treated with such indignity and as the Sparrow is mute, I will try and give you a short history of late events. Last Saturday we had a juvenile cricket match. The youngsters of Emu Plains sent a challenge to the Springwoodites, which the captain-Master Edgar Tanner gallantly accepted, although they had no club formed at the time, but on the spur of olio moment collected and organised a team of his school mates, and fought valiantly for Victory, but lost by one run and one wickot, which is considered very fair for our team, consider ing it was their first fight. . Tliey had no practice, and the Emu team is a first-class one. However, our boys say they will do better next time. Next comes an entertainment given by our glorious old friend, Blossom. May his shadow n...

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