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Correspondence. [We are at all times happy to insert correspondence on matters of interest to the public, but at the same time hold ourselves in no way responsible for the opinions of the correspondents.] TO THE EDITOR OF THE NEPEAN TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 31 March 1882

Correspondence. [We are at all times Jiappy to insert enr reapondeiiee on matters of interest t« the public, but at the same time holtl ourselves in no way responsible for the opinions of the eorresponileuts.] TO THE EDITOR OF THE NEPEAN TIMES. I Sift,-The advent of your paper appears to I tia\ ejbeeu ithe means of developing- a deal of previously hidden literary talent iu St. Mary's. Tlu pub ic have been watching with interest the triangularduel between Observer,George, and tlie Membaw. Observ-r appears to luve had by long- odds the best of thrs argu ment. , When George told us that the opeii , ing of the danein".-saloon was a step ia the right direction, I thought so too, but when I saw my. friend Guiv.ie'n foot affr*r the lively Hope had danced oil it with a No. 1) boot, I was sure of it. Observer's interference h«s prevented a great many of us from becoming, members of this Private Dancing Academy, for, married gentlemen and ladies, as George intended to give u* all a tu-n, and ...

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Discoveries of Relics at Bagdad. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 31 March 1882

Uiscoverivs of Relics at Mgdau. SOME interesting discoveries have been raajle near Bagdad . The words of Solomon, "There is something new under the sun/' are; being con tinually verified, but there truth lias rarely been shown in a more striking way than that narrated by "Mr. Ras sam, the well-known discoverer of Assyrian relics, during the course of a recent discussion on Biblical' pro per names at the Yictoria Institute. Whilst in the East, in the spring of last year, he < unexpectedly lighted upon a vast ruin. The spade was set to work. Four rooms were dis covered, and then a fifth, which was paved with asphalte. The asphalte having been dug through, a coffer was found containing inscriptions. Two cylinders covered with inscrip tions were taken from the coffer, and these are balieved to be the most important relics of the oldest city in the world. Since Mr. Kassam's de parture for England ten thousand tablets, which are now oil their way to this country, have been disc...

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The Death of Longfellow. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 31 March 1882

THE death of the American poet Longfellow is announced. His poetical -writings are familiar to almost every English reader, or his'works have been reprinted in various English editions. He was born in Portland, Maine, February 27, 1807, and had conse quently reached his 75th year. At the age of 14, according to "Men of the Time," he en tered Bowdoin College, where he took his his deg'-ee with-high honours in 18135 and was for a few months a law student in the office of his father. Having beon offered a professorship of modevri languages in Bow doin College, with the view of qualifying himself "for. the post, he spent three years and- a'half in travelling in France, Spain, Italy, Germany, Holland, and England) aiid returning to the United States in 1829, ent ered upon the duties of his office. On the resignation of'the"iate Mr. George Ticknor, iu 1^25, of his .professorship of modern lan guages and of the belles lettres in Harvard College, Mr Longfellow was appointed to the vacancy. ...

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Sydney Tenders for Melbourne Work. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 31 March 1882

Sydney Tenders for Melbpnme Work THE Argus of Monday, in-alluding to the acceptance of a. tender by the Government for the supply of water pipes, says : u In reference to. the re | jection of the offer of Messrs. D; and W. Robertson of Sydney, which was sent by telegraph to the Commis sioner of Public Works, that firm has sent us the following telegram : -' Sydney,, March, 25. The state ment in yesterday's Argus,, th^t in tendering for 7000,. tons, pipes we gave no intimation, regarding the re quired deposit, is inaccurate. "We distinctly stated in our telegram ^aking^heH;ender-tlmt"the ruquirudr deposits were posted. Having com plied with eveiy requirement, and being £1250 under Messrs. Blyth and Co., we are claiming the con tract from, the Government/ The tender of this proprietary was re jected, as has been stated, because the deposit, which the advertisements. clearly set forth must be lodged with; the offer, was not to hand when the box was opened. On Friday, how ever, cheques ...

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Hints. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 31 March 1882

I',, V -i's s' Hints. .> \ t : I KNOW, T tliink,' sufficient of the spirited proprietor -of the NUPEAN TIMES to, warrant me in the belief tlmt a few piactical liintl£ having* in view the probability* "of th^, (Jzur of all the ttussias siding a flent> of ironclads to Emu. Plains by way of the lluwkesbur.y 'on the defences of' Penrith, \v>II not be deemed out of place by him.. If they are, tlieo tear this effusion to |»if.c«8.-, 'mid post them to the,gifted author at/. T rban rCreek. In common with all groatmen, I have a few suggestions to offer which, I venture to hope, will riot tie attributed to Garnet Wolseley or Corporal Ooogan of the Parramatta '' Ours." Fiist, a corps or corpse, as the celebrated Jim L of bibulous fame would h;q,y--of volunteers shoulU-be formed without' delay. Tinie'is short and heart-is fleeting you know, and every offer should' 'be abcepted. - Quart - t'ty should notjbe preferred -to quality, al though the gentlemen whom I would recom mend'for, the ...

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Snake Incident. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 31 March 1882

r . i Snake Incident. THE Parramatta Evening Times re lates that a lively dish for Sunday's dinner was discovered in the bottom compartment of the cooking stove in Mr. Spier's kitchen. Just before the family proceeded to church, it "was deemed advisable that the fire under neath the stove should be made up and things put in proper order for the baking of the joint for dinner. A peep inside the oven was a natural sequence to this proceeding, when a living snake was comfortably coiled on the lower shelf, and shooting his forked tongue about as though lick ing his chops in anticipation of par ticipating in some of the good things in course of preparation. " Do y<iu write books V' &id a lady to aa accountant.-" Yes, madam, Irigid them ou the bookshelves," he answered.' Use of the Birch.-A writer 011 school dis cipline says : " Without a liberal use of tiie rod, it is impossib'e to jnake hoys smart." Why does a coal barge-wcng'h-iess than an emp'y sack?-Because if one ...

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TUESDAY, MARCH 28. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 31 March 1882

. .; V . W -*y. TUESDAV, MARCH' 28. Before Messrs. M'Qarthy, Shaw, and Dr* Duncan. " . . ' ",v "" Charles Barlow; for making use of' obscene 1 nguage, was fined-10s., 5s. GJ.-costs, in default, 7 days. Joseph Brock, for a similar offence, was fined 5s., 5s. Gd^. costs, in default, 24 hours. He s«i d h e won, d take i t on fc. John Downie; also for using obscene . 1 ingitage; was .fined 5s., 5s. Gd.. costs, in default, 24 hours. Robert Shanklev, on a charge of using ob scene language at Emu Plains, on the Great .^Western Road, pleaded not guilty; . Evidence' fur the .jirosejcution .was giyen, by Constable Sykes. In reply to,,the charge, defendant said he had been coming down the road on horseback,' when some one rose up from the ditch, and made his horse shy. He had said something, but not in the way stated by the/ police.. ;;i>efendant had- no witnesses on his behalf. Fined 5s., 5s. Gd. costs, in default, 48 hours' ifnpt isonment.. Samuel Sjarp, for the same ojfence, did J-Mofc a...

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A SPOILT CHILD. CHAPTER I—CONTINUED. A PRETTY HORSEBREAKER. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 31 March 1882

>.-3. -SPOILT: WllLD^Kf £ f C:H£PTER I--CoN.TiNUED A'PltHTTY IIonSICTUIEAICKR, The Squire was not so modern in his ideas as to set up his own gasometer, so the ?stables were lighted by Interns, with an oil lamp fixedhore andihera against the wall. Into, this dim and uncertain light came "Roderick and Vixen, through the. dea£\ stone archway which opened from th^ shrub-i bevy into the -stable-yard, and which was . solid (enough for the gate of a-- fortified to wn. . Titmouse's stable was lighted up better thnn the rest. The door stood open, and there w»s Titmouse, with a neat little quilted doeskin saddle on his back, waiting to bo fed and petted by his young mistress. , It was a pretty picture, the ot;d Ipw^eeiled, stable, with its wide stalls and roomy loose boxes, and carpet of plaited straw, golden, against tho deep brown of the woodwork. Vixen rt»n into tho box, and took off Tit mouse's, bridle, ho holding down vhis head, like a child submitting to be undressed., Tlien,! with ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 31 March 1882

lit fppmt .'lime#, 3?wm mmmmmf ?0E-CM * 1 . FOE THE PEOPLE. Published every Friday Morning. (CONTAINS leading articles on the prominent | J questions of the day ; the latest local news, and general telegrams ; "Doings of the Day," by " l^vi'ck " ; racy and liuvnourons extracts from IXnToricangournals ; special correspondence and thejatest Sydney Commercial news. . Subscription 2s. Gd. per quarter, in advance. HEP-Mku T 1MBS OFFICE, High-street, Pemith. ^ Btymx Speci nil Jobbing Department. THE proprietors of the Nepmn Times are pre pared to execnte printing of-eyery descrip tion. Posters; business cards, bill-lieads, pro grammes, &«., turned out at the shortest notice, with neatness and dispatch. "V .' j Charges as 16w'as possible. Estimates furnished. The London and Lancashire Fire' ' rtEnsurance Company ILIy ui*c£)llisks of every description at jkn\ 3frt current rates. D . D. J. WORBOYS, . Agent. New Zealand Accident Insurance I I company arnst accidents of every kind at I...

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Intercolonial Juvenile Industrial Exhibition, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 31 March 1882

: ? Intercolonial Jiivonilo Indu'stoaal-' ' f:; asxUifcitioa* 1882. -The success of. the Bathurst Juvenil^^ug^f Atrial;Exhibition has.doubtless prompted {JJ0 initirttion of -a grand intercolonial one, to be ?held ill ! Sydney at the close of the year. Its objects are fully set. forth "in the subjoined circular. ? As q,:means for 'Stimulating, tliei ; energies, and displaying;/ the abilities of the' rising' ,generatiour.w« deem a movement of this kind .well . calculated .to accomplish the end it has in view. ( The only danger in Exhibitions is their tendency; to" degenerate I into-mere bazars. -'In this case we trust to' soe.jthe.error avoided; Wo doubt the' matter; will be henrtity taken up by those local ladies ;and gentlemen who look affctr our-little onej| and we fully hope and trust thai; Penrith's! exhibits will come well to the front; receive! |riiany(.lirst prizes, and thus reih'ct credit on] 'both pupils andteachers. Wo should reconv| mend that a local committee be at onco| ...

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Scientific News. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 31 March 1882

'Scientific ftews. ^Wt-tat is described as the largest ship afloat| . was'lately launched at Belfast^ iv<>isters 2220 tons/and Ifias been named the Garfielfl/ ;It will be employed in' the Aus tralian and Oalifornian trade by the managers ,of' the'Whito Star Uiie.-Scientific,American. - , One of't he express locomot.iuesthe, f-'Gopjpwgnio du Ndrd has been fitted, with an electvi6-lijylit? apparatus, which illuminates 'the .rnitls foi'' a cdh'slderable distance jiiiiont of theJcngine. " Tlie lamp used is the inven tion '-of M Mj; Sedlacek and rWikuJ.ili> is. of a .novel; and 'Simple1 construction, it is ? un affected by the'jolting of the' engine, and i$ likely-to,; find extensivo use, as the experi ment hasy>Toved entirely satisfactory. A bill .has been lodg-ed for 'tlie' construction of an electric railway .under,- the Thiifivs, t'o con nect \Valerloo and- Charing' Cross,, stations. iTlie'! gTadientsv'will be- such', t hut veryt little power will be required to w...

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Our Police Court. MONDAY, MARCH 27. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 31 March 1882

' . Our Polico Court ?jWOtfDAY, MAKCH 27. BEFORE J. K. Cleeve, Esq., J.P. Philip O'Neill, charged with being drunk in a pub lie placo at Spring wood, was fined 5s., or in default, 24 hours in the lock-up. ? Johu Gerschbach,' a German, pleaded guilty to a change of drunkenness, and using certain obscene language on the Great Western Road, St. MaryV. A further charge was also made of resisting the police in tiie discharge of their duty- Evidence ?whs given by constable R. McGaivie to the effect that the accused had r. fused to go to tbe lock-ui), thrown himself down on the ground, and that assistance had to be called for by the arresting constable, and consider able difficulty was experienced in getting him conveyed to the ,police station. For being drunk, prisoner was fined 10sM or three days''!imprisonment. For the' obscene language, 20c!., or in default fourteen days' imprisonment, and for resisting the police. 20s., or 14 days' imprisonment. Kate Booth, an ext; e nely old and infi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 31 March 1882

LATE ADVERTISEMENTS, T17ANTED,' Ten or Tivelve good sle'eper. ' Vv''; getlfefs'.! Plenty'of timber, and.'high* est prices ^iveiu'1' 'Apply at'once to UARNERjjT URNER & CO., 1 * ' ' . , ( St. Mary's/ NOTICE; ALL ST^^CK must Erogmore, April (SMf YOIiK, SMITH, off the two daya after EVAI PENRITH PUBLIC SCHOOJ mmhh msTBiaerriOH ON WED! SRNOON Next i'V ujM'Jff'.ui. U parents and Mends invit^^ro^S : ' ' I" ' Imftihf ; STOR E K E EPE R, &C £igh-Street, Penrith (Dfpfcsite Mr. Dent's Butchery.) A LL goods at lowest possible''price's; and <£\ delivered to any part of the town. "":"4 '\h"' : ' - ' 1 - . 0 '. ' t'' ' D. J. WORBOYS, Auctioneer RO COMMISSION AGENT, ^ Hig-h-Street, Penrith. _J _ fe k I I : W. LENNOX'S II/AY .AND CORN STORE I j J HIGH STREET, PENRITH . ' A LL kinds of PRODUCE always on f\ hand. 1 Old Established Veterinary Forge t| (A High-Street, Penrith, M ^(Opposite Mr. W. H. Judges'.) IJXORSES carefully shod on most approved | principles. Horse Medici...

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Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 31 March 1882

/f\\ municipal Council. q ...A^siial fortnightly . meeting" 'wa«shield. ^-sijwening.'- Present, the Mayoiy ? Messrs. b Besley,' Jas, Price, John Pricey' Smith, Stuart, Paskin, and prosj. ' ; 1 ' ' The' minutes of the last meeting were read and confirmed. v.COltRESrONbEHrOE. i ' .A letter was received from the Depart ment of Mines respecting the alignment of Henry and Riley streets,, and agreeing to the same being carried out. Ordered to be . received. A circular from the Secretary of the com mittee who propose to hold a Juvenile . Ex hibition in Sydney at the close of the pre sent year and asking for support for the same was, after a few appropriate remarks from the Mayor, ordered to be received' and acknowledged. At the Bat hurst Exhibition the Penrith exhibits lie stated hdd been be ' hind hand, and consequently they had not ' niefc'with-perhaps the success they deserved. A letter from James..Wilcox"complaining1 ing of a nuisance ab Mr. Sutton's slaughter house was read. A stateme...

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Licensing Bench. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 31 March 1882

Licensing Bench. A LICENSING - COURT, the first in County . ? Cook, was held at the Police Quarters, Emu .. *]?erry, on Wednesday last, nt 11 o'clock. .On the Bench were present, Mr. Letlibridge '(chairman), and Dr. Duncan,, with Mr. Cleeve acting as Olerk. Serjeant bowler, of Pen-; ( rith, appeared, on behalf of the.police. Ther" .first' application consisted of 'one. niride by, ,, Mr.-'Jrl. Hag'govty, of tliqi Hotel, Spring wood, for a transfer of. his license to Thomas Edward Boland. In reply to the B noh, Mr. .? Haggerty stated that he had left his license at home., Mr. Boland alo saicl iu reply to**Q tbe Bench, that heJ'had "occupied a Govern- 7 raent'situation, winch a few days. previously;.: > he hnd voluntari y resigned. He had.ivason to believe his p'ace had now been filled up. At the same time, he was now. residing' in Springwood, and quite * prepnred. to take. . charge! of the hotel in question. -.y He was a married man with one child. !$ie , Bench ^ said they wonkl gi...

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Correspondence. [We are at all times happy to insert correspondence on matters of interest to the public, but at the same time hold ourselves in no way responsible for the opinions of the correspondents.] LANDLOED AND TENANT. TO THE EDITOR OF THE NEPEAN TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 31 March 1882

Correspondence. [We are at all times. nappy 10 insert cor respondence on matters of interest to the public, but, at the 'same time liold ourselves in no way responsible for the opinions of the correspondents.] ' 1 LANDLOED AND TENANT. TO TUB EDITOR OP THE NEFEAN TIMES. Sir,-I do not .think I am stepping' beyond the bounds permitted in newspaper corres pondence in bringing' under your notice one aspect of the relationship in which landlords and tenants stand J to each other-I moan what I may with propriety call the moral one. Ordinarily this connection is purely a busi-. ness oile j butat the present-tiinefand-owing' to circumstances over which human will and energy have no control, the moral aspect of the relationship 'which unites the two.classes above named forces itself,on our attention. It is only in seasons like-the, present one that we can intellig'entlyl(.apprehend , the phrase that ^ownership inland entails duties and obligations distinct from; ownership in any other propert...

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Emu Plains. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 31 March 1882

Emu Plains. ? From our own Correspondent. I HAVE to record a slight change in the weather this week, in the slmpe of two thunder-storms,-which will freshen things a little'for a short time. ' I notice this week some of the Emu boys liave been contributing' towards the Police funds. Several of these have blten fined dif ferent sums for different offences;! One of the uds preferred taking* his screw out in mortar 5d bricks; . ist Saturday a cricket match was played istlTiieag'li between the first' eleven of G.C. and fifteen of the Oastlereagh 0.0. The match resulted in an easy win for the ..Emm C.C. with twelve runs to spare. ". A ni ther match was played 011 the same day between the second eleven of Emu 0,0., and eleven of the Penrith Carpenters,twhich also resulted in a victory for Emu'. . If the Emu 0.0, continue to win two matches every Satui'diy, they will soon require a special ' reporter to give a column account of/their doedE Last Friday; tLe^pupUs jmd ..a*, number of their fr...

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Railway Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 31 March 1882

- ; . '- ^Railway Time Table- .; ;Truinsvl^£ivo'Sydney. | . Amve^at.Penrith j ,/ . , 9:0, . _ . 10.48 V "l- p.m.., . 7.5 p.m. - *'< I' . - * 8.0 p.m., . 9.15 p.m. Saturday'Additional. ?' - » -7.0i,a.i'ir. * * - 9:15 a.ny fi/'. " 1.40 p.m. . ? 3:20. p.m. pTi^iusrleaVofPenritH^I-^^Erri^e'at-'SyiJnoyi;- '. p/' 5'.in. - ,0:4'5a.tTK ,?> '/..' siMG'a.m. it' C 4;23 p.ii). ; , G.2 p.m. , . .m t M Saturday'Additional. 1 . 7.20 p.m. 8.52 p.m. . , . i 1 * Si. y> j Monday passenger.- , . . j- ' .10.15 a.m. . ./-i.'- CA 1T.35 a.m.. kilftA train leaves Sydno/, for Penrith every ^Sunday at 12,15 a.in. arriving* in Penriih at '2 am.. . , " ;

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 31 March 1882

'ALFRED COLLESS, AtJ OTIOISr KJ3 R, Housi, Land, & Commniission ACrEWT, ? . HAS FOR PRIVATE SALE; I Sp'endid Homqstead, ^idway between St. Marv's and PJnrit i. Was frontage to Great Western RJid a id Rwlway Line, 6tf acres first-class Band jaubaivid«di into 9 Paddocks, with g<jld C ttage; containing^ 10: rooms, kitchen, tajlc, hayshed, &c., &&. XS^SIH TERMS. Also l^Piacrj'S al*»ut three miles from St. Mary's. (with, house' of 7 room-), about, 40' acreSjOleared and under cultivation. Also allotments; Periritb, Emu, St. Mary's, &c., &c. . OUT-DOOR SALES, of any kind conducted on most reasonable terms. CASH, ADVANCED, on goods for immediate sale. ACCOUNT SALES rendered, and CASH PAID immediately after close of each sale. COMMISSIONS of any kind executed) with punctuality and despatch. 'NSTER SA: TEMPERANCE /HALL We%ES»A¥, 5tli /APRIL. At 11. a.m. j On AccdAt of various owners* ALFRE&vpLLESS T TAS received inst%^ions to ...

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 31 March 1882

LOCAL NEWS. " A new bridge is going-to be erected- op posite the establishment of Mr. J. Guild at St. Mary's, South Creek, on the Great Western Rnad. ' Mr. T. R. Smith is reported to be on the point of taking up his residence in Penrith permanently, and will, in alt probability, .^occupy the handsome and; elegant residence now nearly completed, ereoted by bis lather Alderman Smith.' ' Mr. T. R#. * iinith lias succeeded in obtain ing.'from the. Government a. large sum of mon'ey for the proper formation: of tlie-rond from South Creek to B acktown ; also a sum for a bridge at u The Spotted Dog'' and Orphan School road: As-is'well known, the bridge had been for many^years in an ex tremely bad state. A.sum lms, in - addition,, been granted for the metalling of the Great Western Road frpn^Gross .Roads towards South Creek,- and tyi&work.iti: question is now being carried out. .V''.h , On Good Friday,-the'Penrithi Post Office will,open for one hour only, viz., from 11 a.m. to IB noo...

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