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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 24 March 1883

Ik |fcjrc;in ?mu3 ?FOiC 'i'JtilEl ^JfciiO.fZjEJ. Published every Saturday Morning'. CONTAINS loading articles on the prominent questions of the day ; tlid latest local news,, and telegrams; humourous extracts from American journals ; special correspondence and the latest Sydney Commercial news. Subscription 2s. Gd. per quarter, in advance." HEPEAW TIMES OFFICE, High-street, Peniith. $/{)x $Tq)c;ur $Dimc» Special Jobbing Department. THE proprietor of tho Nepmn Times is pre pared to execute printing of every descrip tion. Posters, business cards, bill-licads, pro grammes, &o., turned out at tho shortest notice, with neatnoss and dispatch. Charges as low as possible. Estimates furnished. W. LENNOX'S HAY AND CORN STORE, - . J11G1I-STRE KT," l'jjNIti TI f. A JJXJ kinds of PRODUCE always on Hand m ; L 9. IWWfi STILL CONTINUES TO MAKE FZB.ST-CX.Ai3S BOOTS TO OKDEB, THE very best material used, and a good lit guaranteed on tho shortest notice. Life and Accident Assurance Agont. IIIQ...

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 24 March 1883

LOCAL NEWS. AT tho Polios Court on Monday . two " drunks" wore dealt with in the ordinary manner. . ' i ,THE Rev. E. Symouda, church of Eng land, Blaolcheath, lias beon rogiStered^'for th'o celebration of marriagos. ;i JAMIKBON Town' land' sale previously -'-ildvo'v^iaerl for tho 81st. mat., haSjbeen post? period until the 7th of April. '' ? " . TIIRC. faster vacation foi\tho.oliildron of St.:"J;oM|ih'$:.C)onvont School .pommouWd oii Thursday :last, 'arid will bontinue' for one woolc., . ^ r > v nTHE^qiilu'torly : mooting. .,of.j.tho(.'Nepqan. Division^ Sbiiy of'; Temperance; will borJiold on'Tuoaday, tho 27th inst., insteadof.on tho ordinary date. 1 * ' THIRTEEN hundred acres' of land was selected at the local Lands Office,on Thursday; 15th inst., on which a= deposit of * 10s per acre was paid. B t ON Easter ;-,Monday> the : Penrith Post Office will open from lla.m.'and from 7p.m, to 7 80 p.m, only. Tlio letter carrier will make an early delivery.' . "THE tender of William Po...

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The Nepean Times, Published every Saturday Morning. SATURDAY, MARCH 24. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 24 March 1883

Published evory Saturday Morning. SATOJRDAY, MARCH 24. Ehe rapidly revolving wheels of Time has : once more brought to lis the anniversary of 1 an event which marks an era in the world's ' history, acknowledged to be: of ;the utmost : importance in a spiritual-sense ,to mankind ? -an event, which -through' all the viccissi ' tudes and revolutionary changes of: nearly J nineteen centuriesihas; retained' its mighty influence over.the sons of men, and not only ; has it retained that significance and power ? which it held* in its primeval days, but it has yearly, gathered force and effectiveness i in converting mankind to the belief; that an ! all-sufficient sacrifice was offered on Mount ! Oalvary_for his redemption from the gloom .lof unconsoling Paganism by which 'lib" was then enshrouded, raising him to that pin nacle^of eminenco < for which [he was in tended, though wherouuto', 'by his own mis doings lie .miserably foiled, to attain, lintil such atonement .' was made on ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 24 March 1883

, CJoilNER OF HIGH AND WoODIUFFJl-STItEKTS, PENRITH, ( lTcrs Special Inducements Notice his prices for i!f. , Special Lines jjjiu. ladies' Dress Materials ? ? .., < 1 ' LOW l'lUCKS.FlitST-CLAiSS QUALITY. , ' Stays From 2s per pair ' Large assortment of Eiscliues from , lldeacli . LADIES UNDERCLOTHING 25 per cent under cost. of best, quality at prices unheard of in the district. EMBROIDERIES Prom 10(1 per dozen yards. 1 ALL OTHEIl CLASSES EQUALLY LOW IN PRICE Clarko's best sewing cotton, 200 yards, lid per dozen. : Boys' Tunics, Is each. Crewel Embroidery Sillc, large stock to choose from, Qd per > <slcein, or Is 9d per dozen. , Skein Silk of every color, . 4d per dozen. putt's CtoKpjj, Lare Stock, first-class, quality, ancl U N PRECEDE N TE D LOW PR ICES > Tweed Hats, Is 9d each. . ? Gents' Collars, gjd aud gjd per doz., ' white or colored. Just arrived a Large Stock of FANCY G-OO DS " ofeviry description, suitable for . 1 EASTER GIFTS ! Easter Cards \,;i...

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BRIEF MENTION. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 24 March 1883

BRIEF MENTION.: Anotlior theatriJ to bo built in Sydnoy» " Hor Majesty's Theatre," to accommodate <1,000 persons. Laycoek boat Hush on the Olavonco on Saturday week by four lengths.. Stakes ,£o00 a-sido. South's Opera Coy., aro on a tour through tlio Western districts. Four hundred moii word employed 011 the' Austral during last Avoek. During Fobruary<18G8 tons' of- stono was ? ortisliod at Gympio yielding 4873 ox. of gold. Archbishop. Vaughan confirmed 800 per sons, aged from 10 to 70, at: Braidwood, on Sunday. ' Payable gold discovered noar Young, also near Cootamundra, , 100 diggors left Tomora in oho day for the -latter place. The field is known as " Billy's Loolcout.": ' .Bligli blighted again. At tlio rocont match in Melbourne, his .-team was , defeated by a Victorian olovou in ono innings with 78 rims to spare, Midwintor' niado^ top score for Victoria, 92 not out. Steer for tho English, 70. Aggregato scores 284 and 211. llain impeded play. ? Tlicro has,b...

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SHE COULD NOT BACK.' [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 24 March 1883

S1L13' COULD NOT »AOK ' BACK, I say!' ' , . . -Tlio silvered form of tho sea was splashing in rythmic cadence on tho white sands ol tho beach,, whilolioi'e and thoro a Hock of wavering, light. from . tlio signal buoy on Sardino, Shoals-that dreadod Bpofc, boheath whoso troachorous waves so many goodly ships freighted with precious burdens from far Cathay and Muskegon had disappeared forever-brought into boldreliof against tho wosternsky Girollo McOloslcy's oil' loot as sho stood liy Bertram Porkin's side that soft. Juno evening. ' ? 'You do not love mo,' said the girl speak ing slowly, ' or you could not spoak so cruelly. On this boautiful night, whon tho hills are suffused with ambor haze1,- through which tho stars glow and throb, in silont splendor, wo should think of, nothing but lovo-pure, passionless love, that will bind our hearts together in a'cliain whoso overy link shall be a kiss ; whose every fold a iswoot caress.' For an instant the man did not roply. Then tho girl stret...

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GOD'S ACRE. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 24 March 1883

GOD'S ACRK. I WONDER if those good peoplo whom I meet sometimes in tho pretty burial ground,on tlio Sydnoy-road are over . animated by such whimsical thoughts as evor movesJIIO J>rhon pacing tho thoroughfares of the city of the dead. I wonder whether the aftectionato ro remombrance which brings hither to God s tho widow (rarely tho widower) the mother, the sister, or tho sweetheart, defrauded of her lovo, by tho grim tyrant, over passes beyond privato and individual interest. I wonder whether the mourner ever speculates beyond her mourning, wliother her heart aches for tho sorrow of lier sister yonder, who is cast ing flowers upon a new-made grave. I wonder, too, alas! how long tlieso good good peoplo will mourn, and how long tho memory of the dead will move them to sorrow. Not long, Lthink. It is a good thingpcrliaps, that tho mournor's sorro iv is soon blunted; that-his tears are quickly dried ; and that fresh faces, now interests and quiekoned 'selfishness bring to him a comfo...

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AUSTRALIAN LIFE ASSURANCE IN 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 24 March 1883

';; AUSTRALIAN LIFE ASS U WAN COO IN 1882. Wmi clio oxcoption of tho Australian Mutual Provident Society, which shows a doorqaso on tlio previous, yoar's business of 80 policies for £'10,005 in sums assured, tho incroaso has been vory.marlcod all round, tlio iiiow polioies having boon OdCO,assuring £6,I'll,102. Tho. largost/ increase in now business is shown by tho Australian Widows' Fund,, with 1'1'M policies,, and. £018,158 in amounts assured ; followed by tho National ,800 polices aiid £210,784'in"' amounts'assurod ; tlio Miittifil Assuyanco Society of Victoria, with ; 412 policios aud £178,575 in amounts assurod^ tho Oolonol Mutual Life Assurance Society,' with 881 polices and £178,018 in amounts assurod; tlio Now Zoaland Government Life Assuranco Doim'tmont',.. with '729,i policies and £152,501 in amounts, assured; and* tho Mutual Life Association of Australia, 079 polioios and £.187,075 in amounts assurod,; Tlio Australian Allianco andAustralian Tomporanco and G-onoral Offices...

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THE POLITE HOTEL CLERK. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 24 March 1883

; THE I'OLLTK HOTEL 0LJS11K. IT has boon qui to a busy week for local hotels, v More than tho usual notablo ancl distin guished transients havo boon lioro, to say nothing of Ohing Ling, Diug-a-Ling-a-Ling,' and Hard Pan Slum, and tho rost of tho Ohinoso embassy at tho Grand hotel. ' Intondoo stoppoo' lioro . longoo ?' said young Mr. Smitli to a colcstial swell: who was making apuzzloout of the wooden tooth picks on tho counter. . . rVSir.'- said.tho Perkingmani -.. r; ' Stoppoo long in Now Yorkeo ? ropeated Mr. Smith with a smilo broad in its hospi tality and convoying his dosirojto bo ploasant. 'Wo shall romain in this, city but a briof period,' replied-tho celestial, '' prior to re suming our joitrney to Washington.' Then he wallcod away, liot until ho; had loft with tho junior proprietor of tho Grand ono of his clioicost diplomatic grins and Hong Kong bows. ; Wlion Mr. Smith ascertained that he had boon talking to a Harvard: graduate, and one who was ' up' in six languagos bosido...

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The Adjutant's Story. CHAPTER XI. (CONTINUED). [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 24 March 1883

The Adjutant's Story. CHAPTEB XI. (CONTINUED). ? Okktainly,' was the replyand I at once tore open the envelope.-' ? . _! . The letter was from the doctor at Stanley, and contained tho following startling mtelli S°"Dnmmier Harding has had a rojapso, and is sinking fast. I doubt it ho wiUlivo tho night through. He lias ? fiequentlj asked for you, I send this special messongei as vou requested.' , My mind was made up with , tho perusal of tlio first sentenco. .. Begging tlio president and tho guest next whom I had been sitting to oxcuso me,11 rose from tho table. 'No bad news, I hope?' said the ipre 'Not uuusul uows ; another of o\ir poor, follows going, and I wish to soo linn, i. replied/ as. I left tho room, and beckoned Tom to follow mo.; : ' Tom,' I said, as soon as wo were outsitto, * can catchoo mo ono chair and lour piecoo coolio, chop-chop ?' ? ' Can do,' roplicd Tom. < Whore ? you wancheo go ?' ; - . . ' Stanley, now, chop-chop. . Stanloysido !* said Tom, opening hi...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 24 March 1883

SYDNEY. FllOM OUll COlUtESl'ONUENT. Mn. Copeland'S oscajjado at tlio St. Patrick's Day banquet lias naturally-boon tho;talk of the town. Tlio lion, gentleman's career lias been so exceptionally successful, and has at the same time been marred by so many peculiar circumstances, that for some timo past he had been " the cynosure of every eye." Many doom him a man of liigli ability, and,tlioroforo liailcd his apotheosis as Minister for Works as tlio crowning op portunity that would show the correctness of their opinions. And now how futile liavo proved thoir hopes. The exhibition of; Sat urday night was ono which admits of 110 palliation or apology. Nothing but abdication is possible, and consequently Mr. Copoland has accepted tlio advice of his colloagues, and quietly abandons the position. X am boiuid to say that had ho not dono so, tlio days ol'tlio Stuart Ministry wore numbered. It is an opon secret that tlio Attorney General, Mr. Dalloy, strugglod: strenuously to got looso from tl...

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ONE LAST REQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 24 March 1883

ONE LAST REQUEST.; HE liad never told his love.'tlieir acquaint ance liad boon a very short ono, and when suddenly he had placed her arms around his nook and imprinted a huge kissupon: her rosebud mouth, she was naturally startled. " Sir,''slie said, " this" is: insufferable." " Forgive me I" he cried, " I was mad to act thus. I beg you, pardon me." " No, I can never: forgive ^ou, never. You ha,ve forfeited my friendship. . You,must leave me at ionce and forever." : Vainly lib * pleaded; she was obdurate. So glaring an offence could not be condoned.. And so lie said lie would go.' His whole life' would be em bittered, for ho felt that her image would never be effaced from his heart. " I will go,", ho said, sadly, M but ^before I leave there is one ;boon that I would ask. I fe el that I am not.unreasonable in desiring and expecting that you will grant this one little favor.1' / " Wliati is it, ?" she aslcod, gently, itouolied by llis . emotion. 'f Won't you please take' your arm from...

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AN ELECTION STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 24 March 1883

AN ELECTION STORY. SMITH was a generous man, aucl generous men usually got on in the world. So Smith had got on in the world. So well indeed had he prospered, and so. much was ho re spected, that at the late dissolution of Par liament ho was waited upon by a deputa tion eu treating him to stand for Crack town. . He at 'first demurred, thinking, good mail, someone elso might want to stand, but the good peoplo of Crack town would take no denial. After much pondering he camo to the conclusion that he might do moro good to a greater number by being in Parliament for a session than lie could as a private in dividual in a lifetimo. So ho pledged them selves to obtain all they wanted-a railway in the first place, and tlion freedom from everything disagreeable in the way of taxes, orsmolls, or uncivil Government officials, or protection^ or freotrade. No' matter what tlicy might want, lie was tlioir mail. As evoryono knew he was a generous soul, they put tlioir faith in ' his promises and d...

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DISEASES OF MEMORY. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 24 March 1883

DISEASES or; MEMORY. SCARCELY any mental disorder is more curious than the cases of aphasia-i. e., loss of power to use language correctly, if at a1!. This.affection has become familiar, even to the medical profession, only within a couple of decades, or less, "Evidence, of several persons who have recovered goes- to show that ideas may exist, while their' fitting ex pression is impossible. Some can write the proper words, but cannot -utter them (aphemia)i Others can Bpeak, but cannot write correctly (agraphia). Most apliasic subjects can do neither; especially as with this disorder the .right arm and hand are generally paralyzed. There is an order, which wo may call a. law, of succession, in the loss of different kinds of recollections; first recent events, then ideas, next emotions last simple and habitual actions. Otherwise stated, the repression is from the new to the old, from the complex to the simple, from the voluntary is .the automatio and organic. When recovery takes place...

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MISCELLANEOUS. PROCTOR'S FIGURES. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 24 March 1883

MISCELLANEOUS. PttOOTOlt'S FlduitliS, ?Aocoudino to Mr. Proctor, if from a singlo pair for 5,000 years each husband and wife had marriod at 21 yoars.of ago and tlioro liad boon no deaths, tlio population-of the oartli .would bo 2jl90,015 followed by 141 ciphors. It would require to hold this population a number of worlds equal to : 8,150,520 followed by 120, ciphors, A singlo globe sufficient to give standing room to tliis popu lation, ton'to tho squaro yard, would liavo a diamotor in proportion to that of'. tho oartli as seven, followed by 40 .ciphors to one. Supposing tho furthest star visiblo in tho 'groat Rosso teloscopo to lio somo 18 or 14 millions of miles further from us , than tho. nearest whioh . lios. about- 70,000 times furtlios than Noptuno, the distance from tlio star, to travel from which light would roquiro about . <10,000,000. years would bo but tho lOdo.OOO.OQO.OOO.OOO.OOO.OOO.OOO.OOOth part of tho radius of such a globe as would bo roquii'od to hold tho...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 24 March 1883

Railway Bridge, Sydney. IMPORTER OF Glass-All sizes cut 'to Varnishes PlntnldCr Colore for.house mul coacli Sheet Painters, Plasterers, Sf ' offSK'SS* Hammered (Flat and Wo^-S^ig Oil Xfoucd Xni' ?T,l°»'iS»lwu"d! A»b(«;T>"»hW7,na Haw and Boiled Oils | Resin Brushware Cemcut Kerosene Oil Sulphur, <fcc, Mixed Paint Bendy for use, any shade required. . All orders promptly executed by rail, steamer, city or Kuburbus. Shop fronts and shades glazed Kotsomine all shade and Colors. Warehouse-8(1'!), George-street. Stores and Workshijj-j-Harris-street. m b o i cikh n&uiT PENRITH. I Arthur Judges BEGS to inform the inhabitants of Penrith and surrounding districts that ho . is now thoroughly settled in his NEW PREMISES, , and having made arrangements to import direct from the first London Manufacturers, the quality of all Drugs used in his .establishment is guaranteed. _ A. J, would call special attention to the following 1 roprietories which are now so well and favorably ...

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THE MARRIAGE OF GREAT MEN. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 24 March 1883

? THE MARRIAGE OF. GREAT MEN. ROBERT BUIINS married a' farm girl, with whom lie fell in love whilo tho}y worked to gether iu a ploughed field.. Milton married the daughter of a country, squire; and lived with her but'a time. He was an austere literary recluse, while she was a rosy, romp ing, country lass, who could not endure the restraint imposed upon her, so they separated Subsequently, however, she roturned, and they lived tolerably happy. Queen Viotoria and Prince Albert were cousins, a raro ex ample in the long line of English monarclis, wherein the marital vows wore sacredly ob served, and sincere affection existed. Shak speare loved and wedded a farmer's daughtor. Washington married a woman with two chil dren. It is enough to say she was worthy of him, and they lived as married people should live-in perfect harmony with each other. John Adams married the daughter of a Presbyterian clergyman. Hor father objected on account of John being a lawyer. John Howard, the great philant...

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IT STOPPED AT CABBAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 31 March 1883

IT STOPl'KD AT CABBAGE. A COLOURED man living on Indiana street lately liad occasion to ask the , advice of the patrol man in the district, as to liow lie should treat some boys who called him names as he passed a certain corner. '' I wouldn't mind 'em,' was the reply. ' Jist what I reckoned on,' said the com plainant. 'I had my mind made up to treat 'em with proud distain. But dar's a naybur o' mine who frows clubs at my dog an' cusses my chiU'cn. "Would you also come do proud disdain over him!' ' Yes I think so.' ' An' dar's a white man libin' round the co'ner who say I stole his axe. I i*eckon dat proud distain will fix him if I keep it up long enough ?' ' It certainly will.' '.Well, don it am settled dat I doan talk back in none o' deso cases, but dar, am one fing I want understand right lieali an' now. De next time I am enjoyin' an' ebenin' siesta on de door-steps, and a six-pound cabbage hits me on de middle west-button dar' won't bo no proud disdain to bo had in any grocery f...

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A COVETOUS DOG. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 31 March 1883

A COVETOUS T>OG. A- CERTAIN hungry dog, wlio had taken ad vantage of a butcher, who was watching a balloon; to abscond with a yard' of beef .sausages, in his liurriod oscapo down the stroot, passod a furniture shop where a large ?looking glass was oxposod at the door. His instincts having not yet developo'd' into reasoning, ho thought'that his own' reflec tions was that of another dog who had been on' the same felonious' errand--and saying, to himself, ' I may as well be . hung for a sheop as a lamb '-he dropped his own mouthful, awl mado a grab at tho other sausages lying on the ground. In doing, so,' ho ran his lioad through tho looking-glass, > and was chasod down tlio stroot >by the infuriated broker, Tho_ dog having the framo swinging round his neck, it greatly impoded his movements and lie was soon eapturod, handed ovor to the police, and received summary pvnisliment. ' Mornl-Him ns prigs \Viinfc isn't liin'11 Whon lio's cotoliml lio'a .sunt -to prison. Tho Suit Franc...

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THE LONG-RANGED ROARER. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 31 March 1883

THE LONG-RANGED ROARER. ABOUT the year 1851 tlic most influential man 111 San Antonio was an alleged des perado named Bob Augustine. Bob came to San Antonio with a fearful record. He enjoyed tlio reputation of having killed a dozen or so of men, and was respected ac cordingly. While ho was in ban Antonio ho did not reduce the census at all, but that was not his fault, lie had a seductive way of drawing his eighteen-incli Arkansas toothpick, and oxamining it critically with a sinister smile, while humbly requesting the temporary loan of Cdol. Thus it was that Bob went about acquiring wealth and wai'm personal friends, but creating no funerals. There were rumours that Bob was playing bluft, but that was after he had marched away. It was during the reign of Bob Augustine, " the long-ranged Roarer of the Calaveras Canon," as ho familiarly called himself, that a young man from Boston named John Winthrop, came to San Antonio, presumably in search of health, as he brought very little with ...

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