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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 14 April 1883

LOCAL NEWS. THE RGV E. J. Thompson willprcacli at the, Presbyterian Church to-morrow morning and evening. ,,; , ; j ; ' THE Mount 'Pleasant Public School is approaching completion, and will probably bo opened within a month. THE Emu C.O. met the Oastlereagh O.O. on Saturday last, in a pinglo wicket match, The Emu team scored 101, and the Oiistle reagh, 89,.thus leaving the former victorious by 62runs. DUIHNG the early portion of the week a petition was subscribed,, requesting the Mayor to convene a public meeting for, the. purpose of talcing preliminary steps towards the formation of a Volunteer Oorps in Penrith. The proposal was favorably met by the influential of the town. An advertisement appearf elsewhere' 'concerning ft meeting for a meeting for Saturday next. THE Educational Department .evidently require stirring up a little with respect to an additional school n building for the 'minor classcs. Several months have., now passed .ince the property adjoining, the school was repo...

Publication Title: Nepean Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 14 April 1883

COMMERCIAL, Messrs. Iiieiiiii\'?hf/!i mid -Yixoji (hiicvcu'ioiH ioMus.siw 'I'. 11..nnil iS. .Smith) report the following sales oil U'cJnesdiiy, the lith insl. : - Pale Oat lin.V, -Is (ill to Ox 8d Bundle On I ilny, iis Oil to 7s Oil Liicentc Hay, iis 01 to -Is (ill Miiiidle Straw, fis till to iis lid Ji.ilc ,Straw, .'Is ld'lo .'i.s 7(1 Wheat May, -Is 0.1 to 5-i 7il Wheat diiii Out JI ay, 4s lid to tin'M Clint! Straw, iis M to -Is M Ohalf, mixed,-Is Oil to f>s Id » Ciiatr, oaten. i.s il.l to (i.s Oil Wheat, -I.s liil to iis 2il Outs, seed, 2s till to iis 0:1 Oats, feed. 2s (id t> 2s ilil Coni, Ha 0d to .'is liil Potatoes, lis Its to Is 7il JilVlll, llll to 1.1 Klour, .Cll to .Cili , Pollard, lid to Is Pumpkins, Is lil to iis oil > "... ? , IliHot. Wood, its Oil to 15s Oil,/ . ,j Bundle Wood, 12.s jo 21s !)il Foot Wood, 12s to 17s Oil Posts iiiiil Bails, ,c:i 0s to il l O.s Poultry its (id to fis (id. Chouse, -id to (id Butter, Is lil to Is fid Hgfp, 2» iid to 2s 7d ' Uncoil,...

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PENRITH POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, APRIL 10. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 14 April 1883

. ?PENRITH ;POLIOB COURT. TUESDAY, AWIIL 10. .. Before Messrs. Duncan and Lethbridge, J.s'P. Martin Gilligan v. Llowolyn Lewis. No appoarauco of plaintiff. Case struck out. , Robert Gurry, William Wall, Charles Wilson, Joseph Hogan, and Edward Draytus woro proseoutod by an Inspector of Church and School. Lands,,for cutting live troes within the boundary of such land, and without licenses; in tlio,vicinity of Booty Hill. " Defendants pleaded guilty, and stated that they were cutting the timber for tlioir employees. ' \ , , Tho' prosecuting officer did. not press the charge, but, asked, for expenses of one wit ness.. ? ' ' Eaoli of tho defendants. wore finod.ls, with; Is," the- value of the. trdo, ,2s ;for one, witness, and 8s 4d costs of Court. Tho.fines were^paid. ? Irving Brook applied for a license to ply a four wheeled conveyance for passenger traffic; . ' The Bench, after inspecting the veliiole, granted tho: liconse conditionally, tho con ditions boiug that tho applicant have t...

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RAILWAY HANDICAP. Closed with 11 subscribers. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 14 April 1883

I!(VI liW'.A V 11 AN HI OA 1': Oliwwl willi II .sillt.soi'iber.s. 10 l.liciull ?I Twulvu Vunvs 7 . Din id ruiiry Jl Knit mom (! I'i'Imii liimim Noldlui' lliiv 8 Tiilfc 11 MtiUn II tfpulll (Jlilld

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EMU QUARTERLY LICENSING COURT. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 11. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 14 April 1883

]3MU QUAimSItLY LICENSING COUIIT, .' 1 . i. WEDNESDAY, Aiuuk 11. s J.',, Before J. K. Lefclibriclgo, Esq., (chairman), and Dm Bond and Duncan, Lioonsing Magistrates. , . ; : Tlio application for a transfer from T. Boland, of Royal Hotel, Springwood, to JolinOowsloy, was lidjournod for ono'wook. Tho application of Charles Cooper for a rouo\yal of' liis license for tlio Hallway Inn', Brail Plains', was objoctod to by distriot Sub-Insjpeetor Fowler, on tlio grounds that itliOjftp^hcant'had i'ailod to give tlio required notice in accordance with tlio 20th and 42nd sections of tho Act, wliieli enacts that tliorc shall bo a notice servod on tlio Inspoctor, ono inserted in tlio local nowspapor, and one posted on tlio door of such premises for which tho license is required, Tlio Sub-Inspector pointod out that tlio reading, of tho section was imperativo for such to bo dono, and suggested that tho applicant should withdraw his application and riialco a nbw ono, giving the required noticos. Th...

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SCRUTATORS CONSULTATIONS. I'. and N.J.C. HANDICAP. Closed with 16 subscribers. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 14 April 1883

SOnUTATOitS CONSULTATIONS. 1'. mid N.J.O. HANDICAP. ' Olo-uil with It! uuljHcrlbum. Nil, 11 I'limii Uonim 10 Tall. 12 Twulvu Ytmivf 111 .Sillillur liny 7 Dmirtroary !1 Siuuiluvui' II llniiiotto 1") llonn 'J Itnynl lllunil III Sunny

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PENRITH PUBLIC SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 14 April 1883

PENRITH PUBLIC SCHOOL. IN another paragraph we draw attention to the inertness of the Department with re spect to proceedings, having reference to the land proposed for resumption for a minor I school. The laud has, however, since been proclaimed, and wo hope that tenders will shortly be called for the erection of the buildings. Following is the boundary of the land:-" All that piece or parcel of land in the town of Penrith, parish of Castle roagh, county of Cumberland, containing by admeasurement 0 acres 1 rood lGi porches, more or less : Commencing on Iienry-street, at the south-west corner of the present Public School site, being a point distant 112 feet G inches from its intersection with the western side of Evans-street; and bounded thence on the south by Henry-street, the lino bearing north 84 dogrees 20'minutes west 91 feet; thence on the west by a line bearing north G degrees 25 minutes oast, 108 feet 1.1 inches, dividing it from an allotment of land belonging, to W. J. Vino...

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THAT TELEGRAPHIC MISTAKE. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 14 April 1883

TIL AT T101 j 15 CI B A P I£l C MI8TAICK. Tiikkk is something grimly humorous (says a London paper) about fclio sudden- and' im supectod rovolfttion of a torriblo mistake mado by Router's holographic agoncy in ro gard to the first gamo at cricket betwoon Ivo Bligli's toam anil tlio Australians who visited these slioros last season. With ono oxcoption, everything was as described by Router ; as it happonod, the exception was somewliat unfortunato. Ivo Bligli's toam did not win by nine wiokots ; that was ex actly what they lost by. A distinction this with a very considerable difference. Tho singular thing about tlio business is that tlioso sporting papers wlrioh had special correspondents with tlio cricketors, sent out an enormous outlay, and directed to novor coufso wiring, and blow tlio exponso, fell into exactly tho saino orror as tlio iniquitous Router, and gavo Bligli and his inon as win ners and not losers. Somo tirao ago, and during a dull soason, ono of our loading papors open...

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NEPEAN MUTUAL IMPROVEMENT ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 14 April 1883

NI3PEAN MUTUAL IML'UOVJJMJSNT ASSOCIA TION. A MEETING of the above was hold 011 Thurs day April 5th. 'President in tho chair. Tlio minufcos of tho previous meeting wore read and confirmed. The business of the adjourned half-yearly meeting was then proceeded with. Mr. Smoaton was elected Prosident; Messrs Rowan and A. Judges Vice-Prosidonts ; Mr. Squires, Treasurer ; Mr. E. Price, Secretary; Sir. F. Judges, Librarian, and 'Misses Williams, Bobbins, Reid, Wollodgo, and Mr. W. Price as tho Committee. Business for next evening-Elocution. Tho following namos were given in to con tribute to tho business of tho evening, namely, Messrs A. Judges, Rowan, Wiley, Squires, Rev. T. E. Ckmston, Misses Williams, Bobbins, and Reid. A question for dobato was then proposed, viz, "Would homo rtilo bo beneficial to Ireland," To bo opened by Sir. Rowan, 011 tho side that it would not, on Thursday April 19tli. (Communicated.) Tho ordinary weekly meeting of tho N.M.I. Association was hold 011 Thursday eve...

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WISE SAYING OF WISE PEOPLE. NEVER let occusion die while waiting. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 14 April 1883

WISH SAYING Ol'1 WISH l'lOOl'UO. NKVUU lot occasion clio Avliilo "wiiitiny. The Limb of sorrow is tho Gliristiuu s tunc of growth. < ? Thoro is no socrot in llio hcnru which our notions clo not tliucloso. -Frondi- J'rtircrb. Tho lnoi-o anyoncs speaks of. himself the loas ho lilcos to lioni* another one talked of. - iMVukr. All persons uro not discvoot enough to know how to tuko things by the right handle. -CemnUM* It is no merit of mine that lie lovo me but it will bo my fiuilt if ho cotvsos to lovo mo. -F.ctaye .hltot. No form oi nnslortnno is to DO IOOKGU upon as so distant that it can never over tulco us. -Ufp. S. P. Tlrmm It is much easier to iiiul a scoro of men wiso enough to discover tlio truth than to find ono intrepid enough, in the faco' of opposition, to stand up for it. .Books are tlio truo levellers. Tlioy give to all who faithfully nso them tho Bocioty, tlio spiritual presenco, of the greatest and best of our ruco. -Channiivj. One would think that tho larger...

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

(ORRESPONDENTS' will' Bare both themselve and those connected with this journal a good deal of trouble by observing the following rule?: Correspondence, intended for publication in our new* columns, should be addressed to the editor, while advertisements and business communication* should be Bent to the proprietor. While we shall be glad at any time to rcceive for publication items of local interest, we shall freely use our privilege o£ excising any offensive allusions Hto private individuals. " Libel-wrffirig 'is 'such an extremely expensive luxury, that we cannot afford to share it with anyone else. Advertisements, except those coming from subscribers and ? responsible persons, must be paid or in advance. ,. All communications must be accompanied by the ON and after this date our cash terms for ndver - tising will be as under, viz,: ..... Fourteen words anil nniler, ... ... Is , Each line up to Ave.fper line) ... fid One'inch .,. ... ... ... ... ... ? 8s ? Jinch succecding inch' ....

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

~ ? f k I8FMPB8FM&T MGA3? . POli 'JL'JiiE! 3?Jtut_>-f Xj"Ej. Published every Saturday Morning. (CONTAINS loading articles on ihu prominent J questions of tho day ; t.lio latest local news, and iolograms; humourous extracts from American journals ; special correspondence and the latest Sydney Commercial news. Subscription 2s- (id. por quarter, in advanco. NEFEAW TIMES OFFICE, High-street, Peniith. lit ITcpciur tinier; Specivl Jobbing ,. Department. rpLlIS proprietor of the Neptuui Time* is pre JL pared to execute printing of evory descrip tion. Posters, business cards, bill-heads, pro grammes, ifeo., turned out at the shortest notice with neatness and dispatch. Charges as lo * as possiblo. Estimates furnished. w TTb-N n o x ' s ' ? IIAY AND CORN STORE, J110 i l-STlMv KT, PEN1UT IT. A: LL kilitis of PltODUCU always on Hand 0. 8. WtRS.OY.S HTII.r, CONTINUES TO MAK15 . FIRST-CLASS BOOTS IIE very beBt material used; antl a good fit guaranteed on tho shortest notice. Life and A...

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The Nepean Times, Published every Saturday Morning. SATURDAY, APRIL 14. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 14 April 1883

®fr* |&pw ®iwess, Published every Saturday Moruiri"-. SATURDAY, APRIL 14. THE action of Dr. C; K. M'Kellar, the Government medical adviser, with respect to his opinion recently wired to Dr. Brady, p tH^^iroid/jinal^y^lvHioirTxistodr'aud still exists at Castloreagh, was evidently < the outcome of a careless indifference with regard'to the 'public health. The ravages of the malady in the Durbin family, to the influence of which ." 'already four individuals .have succumbed, and others suffer; unques tionably1 called for stringent precautions to arrest the progress of the disease, both with, regarclto the; family and to, the inhabitants of the neighbourhood generally. \ With that ;object, in view.;Mr. iT. E. Smith very pro perly moved in the matter.1 "The rosult being tliatDr. M'Kellar; deputed the local officer to inspect and' roport. Which lie 'did, to 'tlie effect that the promises should bo destroyed and a tent erected for the patients. , Howover, . the, official ...

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HE WOULDN'T HELP A MATE. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 14 April 1883

HK WOULDN'T II15LP A iL.Vi'H. " ACCORDING to his virtue lot us use him." He was a man who apparently lacked vir tue, especially the noble 0110 of "gratitude," as tho sequel will show. Ilis chum was a man who had worshipped too devotedly at the shrine of Bacchus, at somo of the Pen rith pubs, during last week, and to answer for his slip was being " run in " by Constable Abbott. On the way gaolwards, another man, a supposed chum of the one arrested, interposed on his (prisoner's) behalf, niul endoavoured to free him from the grip of the peace-preserver. However Constable Abbott was all there, and a scuflle hot and furious ensued, during which the " bird in hand," flew, whilo the unsuccessful intor posor was seized and marched off to durance vile, ' . Whon tho first bird was liberated, (which tlio Constablo was obliged to do, so that of tho two ho could grasp " tho greator evil,") he quietly decamped, leaving his intonded saviour to his fate ; quite disrogardl'ul of tho claims of grati...

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BALLOONISTS AS GODS. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 14 April 1883

IIAIJLOQNISTH AS nous. AITJUCJAN 'Mill ...Australian " exploration.'by menus of-balloons is advocated by Sylvauus i-Uyban,- in 'tho Gmtlmitn'x Mtit/ttihw for February. " Stauloy," ho writes, " should BOO to it;without delay." His troubles with hostilo tribes would probably vanish if ho doscondod from Hoavon "instoad of arriving among thorn by his ordinary prosaic courso. '.L1ho etfoct of'suoh a descent upon tho minds of difforont types of savago humanity would, in itsolf, bo an intorosting psychological study. Tho colostial visitor would probably become aii objoct of devout worship, and valuablo aid in furthoranco of tho expedition thereby obtained on easy torms. Tho cos tume of tho aeronauts should bo carofully dovisod in roforonce to such hnpresnions. For Africans unaccustomed to drapory or an abundantly bospanglcd lmrlcqiiiu'fi dross would, I think, bo vory effectivo, especially if tho oxplorora woro proparod' by taking it few lesHons in tho puntomimno attitudes tlult inaugurate ...

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Unclaimed Lettors. No. 6. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 14 April 1883

thiclaixnod Lottors No. IS, Pahtucs applying for Unclaimed Letters ac the Genoral Post OJlice are requested to give the correct number of tlio Letter with the date iiud number of the Lint in which they may have observed their names, us such reference will materially facilitate delivery. Parties in the Country making written ap plications, in addition to the former particu lars, are requested to state where they ox pcct their Letters from, and any other information tending to prevent an unneces sary transmission of Letters. 2D Aii^'imlil Olias.. Kmu Plains 12 llanloy Hev. Donil, l'eiiritli .II Lisd<jren T.. Kmil I'lnins J2 No^bit A. \\\, ,Sprint,rwuud !17 l'ino W., l'unrilli «5 Wilson W. .1., I'unritli llM .\ndruw 10,, Kntiiomlju 12 Harrow Mis. J., Wenlworth Kails 211 Hlat.-k \V.t Spriiifiwood (2) 2ti.S ItiKilli (». I)., l'tMirilli SHIS lloytl \\\. S'piiiiffwood HO'.I Hi.yd Sir., Kprinjnvond !lll> Jbyd W., f>iivin»woutl il.ll 1'niyil .Mr., iSpriiiffwood ?172 Buck Jns...

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SKIMMINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 14 April 1883

SKIMMINGS. Tins Austral will bo taken to England for repairs. Cray Fawkos-ism rapidly increasing in England. Each day reveals fresh conspi racies. An English paper states that tho unusual severity of the March winds has been tho direct causo of 10,000 deaths in England and Wales. Sir Garnet Wolsoloy, tho Earl of Clnn William, and the Duko of Edinburgh, will, it is announced bo present at tho Czar's coronation noxt month. Tho Mayor of Batlmrst convonod a public mooting for tho Lang momorial object. Ho (the Mayor) was thoro alono. Australian gratitude. A man was disombowolled by tho tram on Saturday. In that state ho romainod conscious until extricated form his fatal position boneath tho wheels of Juggernauth. Sir Jolm ltobertson's cabbago garden is making itself famous by railway accidents. , Throo others have occurred very recontly. It is probable that a Bill for payment of members will pass in tho Victorian Assombly. Tho District Grand Loyal Orango Lodge, No. G, hold its session at...

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HE FLED. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 14 April 1883

HIS FLED. ' HADES, 0 I1 murmuvod a minister who was trying a tolophonb^for-tho first time, ' What nuiiibetffploaso ?' inquired a faint voico from tho 6th'dr!ond of tho lino. ' Hados, 0 !' shouted tho parson in reply, v '.Don't know any such Clroolc femalo iis ' I-Iftdioo, Zoo,' can you givo us tho num bor ?'(ttBkod tho Central oJlioo man. Tho domonio responded : " 0, well, 0 when ho was interrupted with : ; . '0; hollo ?' That what you moan, oh ? ?Well, 111-1-" ' . But tho good man had dropped tho ro ooivoi'and Rod. . . ,

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MISCELLANEOUS. A SELF-MADE MAN. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 14 April 1883

MISCELLANEOUS. A: SELF-MADE MAN; 'Do you SOD that old man near tho frog poncl on the Common ?' Tlio speaker stood in the bay window of the Somersot Club, on 33eacon-strcot. This is tho swell club of the town, consisting mainly of young old men and old young men. It is the club of which a Malborough street man (who was blackballed) said that thoso who woro in had made the rules so strict that if they should all get out not a single 0110 of them could yet in again. Tho spoakor was a very young old man. Threo or four other young old men yawn ingly replied that tliey dkl not soo tho afor'o said old man near tho frog pond, and one ro marked.that lie was a person who was oithor . walking 011 his uppers ' or was a miser. ' Well,' continued tho first y.o.m., ' thirty two years ago that man camo to Boston witli 0110 susponder and a soro too. Ho also liacl a basket of apples which a farmor in Lexington had given him. Ho poddlod tho applos on Washington-street, and netted 18 cents tho first da...

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CRICKET MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 14 April 1883

OBIOKET MEETING. THE adjourned general meeting of tho Pen sitli H.II.A.O.O. was held at the Australian Ann's Hotel on Wednesday evening. 'Mr.1 W. Fulton occupied tho CJhair. Tho balance sheet for tho past term was prosontod, with a general roport. Tho shoot showed tho club to be in a prosperous condition. Tho report was adoptod. Tho Mombors Trophy (prosontod to tho Olub by Mr. T. R. Smith) was, by doeision of tho meeting loft in the hands of tho Com mittee for arrangement. Mr. A. Oolless' Trophy (a cup) offered by him to tho Club on conditions that it bo playod for in two succossivo seasons, was aocoptod on his conditions. / Aftor otlior club businoss had boon trans acted tho presentation of tho trophios won by Mr. W. Judges in tho Eastor matclios, toolc place. Mr. T. li. Smith, M.P., had promised to boprosont, to prosont tho trophies, but ow ing to other ongagomonta ho did not uttond. Tho duty thoroforo dovolvod upon tho OJiairman, and in prosonting tho bat and balMio oxprossed him...

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