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MISCELLANEOUS. WHO IS MEMBER FOR BATHURST. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 7 April 1883

MISCELLANEOUS^. _ jo y/:-;n:->z tr/.h uvw/'r WHO IS MEMBER FOR BATHURST. Now 'tlK5 above seems'a ' very silly question to ;askj\£ecause a glance afc Bqfcfertspn'^ directory >^ould seem to settle the matter in1 "a moment. NjBut we ai'd very pecul'Al in our methods. TlieKfact of Robertson's directory asserting that iFranky'. was. M.L.A. for Bathurst might satisfy some people on the point, but we confess to bring Bceptic in many things, and in tliis matter we believe we can run in sufficient evidence to prove that either ' Franky' is not-.member for the ' City of saintfi,' or that he has relegated his duties to the member for WcsK Macquarie. 1 Pranlt certainly got Bathurst a Cdurt House, and wo know that Bathurst could not very well''do without one, but lie forgot to" -get it Ij^nted, and when the Chief Justice''-and juries had to sit till 12 o'clock at night ' '.examining evidence by the light of some half" aozen inferior whale dips, the majesty And dignity of the law was invisi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 7 April 1883

PENBITH AND NEPEAN JOCKEY OLUB V'EItMS AND CONDITIONS OP SlVLli Flfll \ GATES, BOOTHS, &0. / 1. iVat the highest bidder shall bo the purchaser. 2,, Tlmt any dispute arising between two for mol'o bnldors the lot to bo put up again am/resold to thixhighost bicldbr, owl no pomon slylll retract his \r her bidding. / B, The piwchasor shall if required pay iivfo tho hands oi! theyiuctionoor on tliu fall ofthi/hanimer the whole V>£ the puvelmso nionoy Except where othorwi\p specified, / .1, The YondcVi sliall not bo responsible for any los9 i ov damage to nny purchnsor At his employees | timing tiuX llaco Meeting, bi(t tho Committee will do all iV their power tcyproteot 'each pur chaser or hlsvissistants. /. !>. No fveo passes \boliig granted to any porson the ' purchaser o£ t\e gates has the right to clinrgo each and every iWsou, vomelo, ami horse accord ing to KuheilulaX attach/id, oxeopt police in uniform, and horcYs onta'cd for any ratio with a, Jockey or trainer,\nd (/io...

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IT WAS TOO CALM. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 7 April 1883

V .1 . . II'VAS/TOO CALM. _ lA^ftfscoN was basting ol lily tuluutu uu it. carver of poultry^i 'I recollect, 'lie frequently said,' carving ,a duck on onv occasion, on the end of my ; . fork-r-you ki^bw that,, is a rather difficult operation-cFuring a frightful cyclone in tlio Indian Ocifim ; and all 1<;ho company were forced to toko tlieir dinner lying down, be , .causo tlijjy wero not ablo to, sit up during tho storm.'! \ Recently ho was at a dinhor party, and naturally he was asked to carve a duck. He struggled and fenced with that duck most valiautly, but the result was most deplor able. 1'he gravy flew to tho right, and the pitting to tho left. The perspiration poured >ff his manly brow, and trickled down his 'truthful nose. \ In the midst of his agonized struggles a lady remarked maliciously: \ 1 And yet tliero'is no oycloiie hero l' \ Just so, Madame,'romarkod tho Gascol^, with.a groan, aB he make a last despairing, effort to break the back of tho duck. ' Just so...

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MONSIEUR IS JEALOUS OF MAD-ME. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 7 April 1883

MONSIEUR IS'JEALOUS 0F\MAD>ME. ! V .. J MONSIEUR* lias ' noticedr that Madafne )Vas frequently away on mysterious'', business, .which was not sufficiently explained'; the traditional' bath,' sick aunt, Ac., &o,' was played out. At length lie resolved to employ-not very noble means, certainly-tlio services of a private inquiry office, - ' For certain information,''said ho, ' I will give you anytliing.:i Done sparo oxpenBe! A thousand francs ! Two thousand francs ^ if necessary.' . /y \ In about a fortnight an employee of the \>lfice came kyfiim and said: ' Monsieur, listen. Ma^Jitno, your wife goes ^almost daily to cftrf'y food and medicine to/a hclp lGssVfaofily. We heard her say/ to a lady frienySvho often accompanies brer tliat she hadJbdvoconomise in her toilettef in order to aid'th<r<poor people, she did lyn want you to {enow anything about it.' / Monsieur after a siloncoAUid very coldly. / i Oh. tliat is all you ha/e to toll mo. I will pay yo...

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PENRITH MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 7 April 1883

PENBITH MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. The usual fortnightly meeting of tlie Council was held in the Chambers on Thursday evening; Present-The Mayor, and Alder men Long, Cross, Price, . J. Evans, and Oollpss. MINUTES. The minutes of the previous meeting were read. Aid, Cross objected to the minutes be cause the term " pit-gravel" wai lised where it should not be., Ho demanded that the specifications should bo produced. Aid. Price:.I shall have to move for a special Committee directly to examine Aid. Cross. (Laughter). The Mayor called Aid. Cross to order. The motion was then submitted. Aid. Cross: I object. Pit gravel must bo rubbed out. I have a position in the Council, which I will maintain. Aid. Price : Will your Worship exoi'cise your authority ? Aid. Cross is evidently under the influence of liquor, and if such conduct is allowed, I shall leave the'Oouncil. Aid. Cross : I -treat Aid. Price with the contempt ho deserves. Tlio^Mayor: I wish you would keep to the point; and refrain from perso...

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VALEDICTORY AND WELCOME TEA MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 7 April 1883

VALEDICTORY AND WELCOME TEA MEETING. A TEA meeting was given, under the auspices of tho Wesloyan body, on Tuesday evoning in the Temperance Hall. Tlie principal ob jects of the meeting were to express farewell to the Rov. W. Hill, who has boon appointed to tho Newcastle district; and to bid wel come to tho Rev. Adin Parsons, who suc ceeds Mr. Hill in the Penrith circuit. At 5 p.m., the town in tho vicinity of the Temperance Hall was alive, with folk from all parts of the district, who had assembled to take part in tho auspicious proceedings. Punctually at tho stated timo the first sit ting filed into position round tho well filled tables, and aftor tho usual ceremonieB, tho assemblage proaeeded to do justico to the good things, of which tho tables groaned to bo rid. Tho catering was oxeouted inexoel lout style by Mr. J. Callaghan, of Sydney, and to use a phrase though muoh liacknoyed is nevertheless oxpressivo, tho whole re flected groat credit" on tho "purveyor. The tea extended ov...

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PENRITH POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, MARCH 30. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 7 April 1883

PENBIHH POLICE COUET. FRIDAY, MABCJH 30. ' Before Dr. Duftcan, R,N., J.P William Henry Oliver, was charged with, having been found on the premises of Mr. J. Boacroft, at St. Mary's, on the previous night, for the purpose of committing a felony. ... J. Beacroft Ideposed : ho woke the night previous,' and hoard some one trying one of the windows; lie called out, " who's there," but received no reply; ho arose, and went out, and foundi that his dogs had a man bailed up.; he then handed him over to Constable Watt, at St. . Mary's Police Station. Prisoner mado a rambling statement to the Bench, and he was sentenced to one month's imprisonment in Parramatta gaol,

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TRADESMEN'S BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 7 April 1883

TRADESMEN'S BALL. THE Penrith Tradesmen's second hul costum took place in tho Temperance Hall, on Fri day evening, tho 80th ultimo, and in ovory sonse of the torm, was a grand succoss. It is only just, however, to attributo tho success to thoso most instrumental in bringing it about, for Messrs. G-. Bosloy, T. Tolliurst, 0. Boniiott, A. Worthington, J. Biggs, A. Ohisliolm, G-. Andrews, and others, who comprised tho Committee, discharged tho arduous duties devolved upon them, in a manner dosorving of.tho liighost onconiums from thoso lor whoso ploasuro tbo ball was arranged. Tho Hall was proti ily decorated.with ferns, flowers, and other ornamentation, and pre sented a gay nppoaranco, though, m jmmtnl, ;t may bo remarked that owing to the dis agreeable state of the inner walls, which much requires^ronovating, the Committee were saddled with greater work in making it appear as it did, than tlioy would have had had the room been in a proper condi tion. In our report on the tradesmen's ...

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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 4. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 7 April 1883

, "WEDNESDAY, APIUL 4. Beforo Mr. J J K. Oloove, J. P. Charles Augustus G-. V; Brooks, of Emu Plains,'for drunkeneGBB, ? jvas .finbd .,20s in default of payment, tlio oraiiiary 'altkHiativo. I a ; f\ 1

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Tit Bits. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 7 April 1883

Tit Bits. ' BY THIS NOVICE, Many visitors to Penrith during the holidays liayo been in a\ sad fix to find out where thoir friends resided ; in nisuiy casos thoy did not aak' of Ver'son3>^lioi\ Mr. or Mrs. So and So lives, Buts asked. "wliere a certain street was, and mhoiy of thomv wore very often told by partios they asked, that thoy know of ho such a street. Just imagino be ing told by a young lad born in tho town that ho did not know whore Oastloreagh Street was. Some timo ago when Mr. Jas. Price was an Alderman of tho Municipal Oouucil lio reprimanded some of tho Coun cillors for calling certain streets, "back streets," and offorod to teach any who did not know, tho namos of all tho stroets in town. A vory good suggestion indeed, but I have a better one. ' Let tho Council stand say £5, or £0, in having tho namos of streots placed on each corner, as in,all .properly arranged towns. * # * Thore has boon a good deal of discussion in tho Municipal Oouucil lately, as- to tho legal...

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THURSDAY, APRIL 5. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 7 April 1883

THURSDAY, APBIL 5.; ! ? J John Davies was charged with assaulting Constable Abbott whilo m tho (bxecution of his duty. < Oonstablo Abbott proved the charge, and prisoner was sontoncod to two month's im prisonment in Parramatta. Prisoner was further charged with using obscene language, for which he was fined 60s with the ^ alternative of one month, accummulative ^i£h tho previous sontence. Fines were not paid. \ -1 i'-~-u_

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FOOTBALL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 7 April 1883

FOOTBALL M1SKTING. AN inaugural meeting of the Nepean Foot ball Club, lor the coming season, was held at the Australian Arm's Hotel, on Monday evening. There was a fair attendance. The report for last season, showed to the credit of the club 0110 ball, and 80 copics of rules. Officers were elected for the in-com ing season as follows :-Captain, Mr. C. McDonald ; Sec. Mr. W. J. Rhodes ; Trea, Mr. H. Fulton. Selection Committee Messrs. Rhodes, McDonald, and H. Fulton ; General Committee-Messrs. W. Judges, Gill, Bissland, A. Worthington, and J. W. P. Judo. Delegates-Messrs. McDonald and Rhodes. It was decided to request the following gontlemen to accept the positions to which thoy were elccted:-Patron, T. R. Smith, Esq., M.L.A., President; Mr. .A. Colless, J.P., Vice-presidents ; Messrs. J. K. Cleovo, J.P., and J.. Mauglian. The rates of subscription was-fixed at 2s 6d entrance, with one shilling per month for each month other than the first, during the season. It was also decided that...

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SMALL DEBTS COURT. TUESDAY, APRIL 3. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 7 April 1883

SMALL! DBBis COURT. J TUESDAY, APIUL 8. Before Dr.',Duncan, and Mr. J. K. Oleevo, J's.P., ' i ' , Throe oases wore set down for judgement. One case was withdrawn. W. Fulton v. Dr. Ewington. goods sold, £5. 0. 9. paid into Court. Verdict for costs. 0. Eaton v. J. Lovatt. This was a case arising out of-a purchase of a cow for which defendant paid a cheque for £6, but sub sequently ordered that it should not be cashed. Verdict for- plaintiff. Costs for tliroo witnossep £1.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 7 April 1883

CORRESPONDENTS will save both themselve *nd those connected with this journal a food deal of trouble by observing the following rales : Correspondence, intended for publication in our news columns, should be addressed to the editor, while Advertisements and "business communications should be sent to the proprietoi', Whilewe shall be clad at any "time to receive for publication items of local interest, we shall freely use our privilege of excising any offensive allusions to private individuals. Libel-writing is such . an . extremely expensive luxury, that we cannot afford to share lfc-witji anyone else. Advertisements, except those coming from ubscribers and responsible persons, must be paid or in advance.' ' 4 All comraunicat iona must be accompanied by the eal name and address offlie sender. DN and after this date our cash terms for lidrer tising will be as under, viz.: Fourteen words and under, Is . ?ach line up to five (per line) ... 6d Oncincb ... ... ... ... 3s ,. Each succeedi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 7 April 1883

m & 3?#TOM I3SFfi.»P83SF»»HT M-fSAB fok a'jecE oPiuoj^rjEj. Published every Saturday Morning. (CONTAINS loading,articles on tho prominent J questions of the day ; tho latest local news, and telegrams j humourous oxtracts from American journals ; special correspondence and tho latest Sydney Commercial news, . ? Subscription 2s. Od. per.quarter, inn/Jyance,. m?mu times office, High-street, Pemith. &|jc ITrpw ©imcs Special Jobbing Department. THE proprietor of the Nepean Times is pro pared to execute printing of every descrip tion. Posters, business cards, bill-heads, pro grammes, &«., turned out at the shortest notice'.' with neatness and'aispatch. Charges as low as possible. Estimates furnished. w HAY/ A/ N D L E N N O X';S - CORN S T/O R E, l/lGH-STKKfiT, PENRITH. C/nthjues to makk P^TW'SS BOOTS THE very best n^toria/ used, and a good fit guaranteed ojn tho shortest notice. Life 'and Accident Assurance Agont. mQH STREET, PENRITH. OEY, W, KEI B U; G'G Y M A ^T...

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 7 April 1883

LOCAL NEWS. WE learn that tenders will shortly be called for the erection of a. new passenger station at Blacktown. The present building is a very incommodious one, and not nearly sufficient for the requirements of the town. Thb tender of Mr. 0. A. Willis, at £11, was accepted for work required in connec tion with the Water Supply at the Wall grove Public School. The tender of Mr. P. Winter for similar work at.Springwood was also accepted ; amount £75. § THE quarterly meeting of the Licensing Court for tlio District of Penrith will bo held at tlio Police Station^ Emu, on Wednesday next. ^ \ AT the tbcai Lands Office last week, 160 acre|B of land was taken up on conditional purchase, principally for mining purposes. The cash receipts ^on .conditional purposes was £56. O-v?.??5S\ AT the last meetin}j«of tllarf3oftrd of Direc tors of the, Sydney Hospital, Mr. J. K. Oleere J.P, was appointed a life governor in connec tion with the institution, in consideration of a beiuoast of £100 by t...

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The Nepean Times, Published every Saturday Morning. SATURDAY, APRIL 7. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 7 April 1883

$^8% fte$fan Published every Saturday Morning. SATURDAY, Aran. 7. " THERE'S another good man gone wrong.' Such is the opithot applicable to all who have proved that they possess good qualities, though by counter influence, brought about by unfortunato faults, have failed tp attain to the height of their glory, or to those posi tions for which they have been peculiarly adapted. Positions, which did they attain to, would aggrandise themselves in the public estimation, and which would benefit the people generally. At the present stage of political affairs the epithet applies directly to Mr. Copoland, the ex-Minister for Works. Mj\Copoland, endued with the abilities as heuwfts, for the proper manner management such an important office, had his day, though hiB day proved but a very contracted one. During his short term he evidenced by his works that ho was in most respects, the right man in the right place. He was acknowledged generally as a successful Minister, and was therefore conside...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 14 April 1883

MEDICAL HALL Penrith. Arthur Judges BEGS to inform the inhabitants of L'cnrith and tlic surrounding districts that he is constantly res&iving from London by the Mail Steamers, and from the best houses in Sydney, fresh supplies of Purest Drugs, Genuine Patent Medicines Toilet Requisites ^ Kepler Exti^tao£;M«lt.^ V. " Extract of Malt nnd Cod Liver Oil Bnrgoynes Peptoleinc (Cod Livei Oil Emulsion) I'arrlsh's Chemical Food J ' ! Churchill and Dusart's Syrup of Lime and Iron Holler's, Do Jonghs', and other Cod Liver Oils " Nestlc's Milk Food Ncavc's nnd Hard's Farinaceous Food The Genuine Fnrimv Eau do Cologne (in wicker) Piesse and Lupin's Perlumes (Opoponax, Musk, White ltose, itc.) ltimmcl's Lavender "Water and Toilet Vinegar Gosncll's Aromatic Enu de Cologne, &c. Bond's and Jctolinp Marking Ink The Celebrntod MeK. & It. Quinine rills for Neuralgia Pear's Celebrated Ball and Tablet Toilet Soaps | Vanilla. Sugar nnd Essences of all kinds* for. ' ' flavoring 1 ? ...

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The Shadow of a Crime. CHAPTER IV. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 14 April 1883

The Shadow oi a Crime. CHAPTER 'IV. . NINE years ago,' said Mrs. Digby,' Agatlia was the most beautiful, gay, high-spirited girl I ever saw. She had been my school follow, and was my dearest Mend. Though a spoiled child, self-willed, aud vain-you would not think now that such words could ever-have described her?-she had sucli a warm, loving heart, and such a sweet tem per, that every one adored her. She was very womanly, andj within a year of leaving school became engaged to her, cousin; a clever, handsome fellow, of whom his family had great hopes. Mabel paused, her eyes filling with tears. ' When I look back on what they were then,' she resumed, ' and think of him-and see Agatha as you have seen her, the v,ery ghost of her old self, the horror of the whole thing comes back as though it were yester day. Walter Hurst worshipped Agatha. She loved him truly, but her own will bet ter, and he let her rule too absolutely. In great things and small it Svas the same-ho knew no law but her ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 14 April 1883

UKSIIYTKIIIAN CHURCH.-To-morrow at 11 and 7, Rdv. K. J. Thomson. M PO>UN DUD 'from Oloiimoro 1 livo\vn'< Gelding., 'branded I L with 8 over L near ramp. It not' -olon.e.i >vi]| 2<HH SQDIU1CS, ' Poundkceper, Vcnvit.1i. P I I vou want n Clood PIANO call amL inspect samples jtttfcroeoivbdby U. .1. Worboys. lime mniit HVHtcm. Liberal allowance for tosh. 52(i Payment system. . Ton Shillings Reward. STRAYK11 out (if; Hollicr's paddock one dirty wir.tc Gnw reddMineck, branded ^ over CI' -rnoil SALIC.-100 acres at Mulgoa Forest, llcsi 1' donee mid pavtly eleavcd. Apply A. COLLKSS, ,,,,1 High-street. FOIX" SAL10-Dead Timber on 2000 acres at Lnndillu near Penrith. Apply J. M. Smdli- V -( OAA AO U ION Cirnss Land to;lot, sub-divided | Q V_)0 Into two paddocks (iOO and 121)0 nurtts to be let immediately. ..Apply , J, it \ OllKj Penrith. .fill ~~ To Let, OO BNKK Shop nud Two ? ltoonw. Host, position iU t0Apply, T.,!.F.fiAl)I)KX, Commercial Bank, ,jy- . : Penrith. Agis...

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