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STOCK PROTEOTION ACT. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 14 April 1883

. STOCK I'ltO'i'EOTIOX -AOI'. THE annual meeting of the Board of Direc tors, under the Stock Protection Act, for tho Windsor-Penrith district was held at Bichmond on the 4th inst. Mr. Andrew Town was elected Chairman for the current year, aud Mr. W. II, Bowman, Treasuror. The Socrotary (Mr. Oleovo) reported on last years business, as follows :-Tlioro wore 780 registrations of stock, whilst this years are only 580, aud tliorofbro, tlioro are a groat many persons liablo to the ponalty for non-registration, including tho Trustees of Commons. Tho amounts paid as a bonus for scalps was £309 4s lOd, and tho scalps received 5,274 wallabies, 684 kangaroos; 11 rabbits, and 81 native dogs. Tlioro is a balance in hand of £5 0s lOd, and tho en downment from Government £88 14s 8d is due and owing. On the suggestion of Mr. .T. K. Lothbridgo it was ordered that the balanco be publishod in tho Penrith aud Windsor local papers, and tho Gaxctte, in order that payeos could see how thoir mouoy was expe...

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OUR SYDNEY LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 14 April 1883

OUE SYDNEY LETTEli FilOM OUll CJOltKKKl'ONDENT, Tun Penrith Baco Mooting is oxcitiug somo littlo talk among our sporting 'uiou, anil it ia probable that you will liavo a very l'aiv attendance 011 Saturday. Tlio plucky, at tempt to ostablish a good racing lixtuvo is worthy ol' ovory praise, and I liopo you will succood as you desorvo. It is to bo lioped tlio Ponrith mooting-will liavo 'as wide a renown.in tho futuro as tlio Hawkosbury, and tboro is no reason why it should not. Wo aro groittly exorcised in our minds over tlio fact that wo cannot float tlio Aus tral into tlio Diloola dock. It nppoars that sho draws oxactly tlio amount ol'wator tlioro is |on tlio dock-sill at high lido, and tlio Captain boing warned by past oxporionoo, will not draw another ounco of ballast from lior, HO that sho cannot enter in, and tlio port will suller in consequonco. Tlioro is anothor dock boing built, big enough to tako in Noah's Ark, but as it will not bo ready for throo years, the Austral can har...

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Tit Bits. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 14 April 1883

Tit Bits. BY TII15 XOVJCI".. 1'jiio Irish ^oiiemUy are a people who can not trust 0110 another, and cannot bo trusted by othor.s When complicated in a conspiracy or a scheme calculated (by themselves) to benefit their own cause, they, one and all, are quaking lest their confreres will " splithis mind,1' thus sinking the desired ends, and entailing punishment for the attempt. Tin's failure in their naturo is the solo canso- why they are so often upset in their aims at striking blows, which, were tlicy struck, would bo felt throughout Christendom. Each week we aro informed by cablo of an instance of this Celtic faculty, if it may so bo called, and the question is oiie which should engage the Homo Government i.e. the punishment of informers. Tlioy should not escape justice bocauso they open up avenues by which further information amy be gleaned, but they should receive almost equal punish ment to that imposed upon those whom thoy inform. For if they are liberated because they are the m...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 14 April 1883

MARRIAGE.     STUART — IRONSIDE. — March 23, at the residence of the brides mother, by the Rev. W. Hill, Robert B. Stuart, second son of the late Robert Stuart, of Lambridge, Penrith, to Rose, fourth daughter of the late John Ironside, Penrith. 522  

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 21 April 1883

MEDICAL HALL Penrith. Arthur Judges BEGS to inform the inhabitants of Penrith and the surrounding districts that he is constantly receiving from London by the Mail Steamers, and from the best houses in Sydney, fresh supplies of Purest Drugs, , Genuine Patent Medicines ToUet Hequisites Kepler Extract of Malt " ? : ' " ' Extract of Malt and Cod Liver Oil Burgoyncs.Peptoleinc, (Cod Liver! Oil, Emulsion) Parrish's Chemical Food 1 »i> wv ->.'i i-iv. ; Churchill'arid Dusart's Syrup of Lime and Iron . Mollor's, De Jonghs', and other. Cod Liver Oils ' Nestle's Milk Food ? ? ^ Neave's and Hard's Farinaceous Food. The Genuine Farina Eaude Cologne (in wicker) Piesse and Lubin's Perfumes , 1 (Opoponax, Musk, White Rose, &e.) : Rimmel's Lavender Water and Toilet Vinegar Gosnell's Aromatic Eau de Cologne, &c. Bond's and Jctolinc Marking'Ink' ' ; Tlie '3elebratod ' MeK. & B, Quinine, Pills for. .?iiiNeuralgiftis ' ..< ? . . . ?? .???.'.? ! Pear's Celebrated...

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The Shadow of a Crime. CHAPTER IV. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 21 April 1883

The Shadow oi a Crime. CHAPTER IV. . IT happened that once before Walter had declined a silly competition to ?which she had urged him, and when accused of want ing nerve, replied that a. member of the Alpine Club had no need to establish his reputation by useless rivalries. Now he again held back. '/I'm not in training,' lie said coolly, ' and if I were this would be a stiff bit of Olimbing.' ; *' Stiff climbing for novices,, perhaps,' said Dr. Eothes,' but Burely not for a mem ber .of the Alpine Club. However, / will fetch your gloves for you, Miss Hurst. VvThe scarcely veiled sneer was too much. ' Will you ?' asked Walter-' we shall see,' and he was over the parapet , in a moment, Dr. Eothes following. Agatha watched thorn with' dilated eyes-horror-struck, I believe, at what she had done, the moment it was too'late.1 A.s to Adelaide, we could ?not look ^ we;'sat down on the grass, and liid'our'faces arid listened. ' ' In a few moments, I suppose, though it seemed, an age, Agatha s...

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NOVEL WAY OF TREATING A BURGLAR. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 21 April 1883

XOAr]OL WAY OJ?' TREATING A BURGLAR. SINGLE ladies, as a rulo are terribly alarmed if they hoar a robber cautiously moving about in their bedroom in the doad of night; but Miss Gilbert, whose reception of a burglar is related UvNow York paper, differs in this respect froni' tlio generality of her- sox.. According to tlio journal roferred to, the lady is woll-known in America as a prison reformor, and us 0110 who believes moro in tlio corrcction of tlio criminal classes than: sovcrity of puni«liirient."' A short tinio agoi Miss OHlborfc, who had retired to' rest; was awakened in the night by a noise at the bottom of her window, situated oil tlio second floor. She rubbod hor eyes and' soon becamo aware of the fact' that a burglar was gotting in. So far from boing frightened, liowover, silo, to quoto her own words, " was almost glad, since she would have the oppor tunity 01 watching one of tlio black sheep at work." Tlio window being opened the man was quickly in the room, and after gl...

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MISCELLANEOUS. A BROTHER'S SIGNATURE. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 21 April 1883

MISCELLANEOUS. A imOTIIKU'S SlGXATUltli. SAYS tlio Lowiston (Mo.) Journal: A man from a neighbouring town wished one of oiu* banks to take his noto, a short time ago. I The directors said tliey would cash the noto if his brother would endorse it. The next clay, in came the man witli his brothers sig nature 011 the note, The bank took it and.' paid the money. When the note became due, the signer did not pay it and the bank notified tlio brother. That gentleman came into the counting room in amazoment and asked: ' What have you against mo?'(. ' Didn't you endorso a note for your brother ?' asked tlio ca'sliior. ' Not that I know of,' replied the man. Isn't this your signature ?' then demanded [ the bank official, producing the noto. The man looked at liis name, written on tho paper and rubbed . his eyes. ' Yes,' said ho,' that's my signature, sura; but I should think ho might havo allowed, mo to write it,' ; ' v Ho paid tho noto.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 21 April 1883

"T710R SALE,-Eight Allotments, good position. Jtj Jnmisou Town. Cheap. Terms. Apply A. Colless. ; ; .'; EOYAL BLACK PRECEPTORY, No;:872, meot in the Temperance Hall, on AVcdnesday even ing, iit-7.H0 o'clock. Business important. 1 By order of tlio R.W.M. 535 GEO. GROSSMAN, See. TO Lisa1.-Black Horse Hotel,;Iiiclmioud. Apply Mrs. Sly, Richmond. .' 037 LOST.-On.- Penrith Itnco Course, Pookct Hook, containing cheques, notes, and papers, Under will bo libemlly' rewarded by retuming.to i Tfcpeaa Timen Oillee, or to V. Brown.' Pulpit Ilill, Western .Line, . .'i 'o j i:! i - -? FOR SALE.-100 acres at Mtilgoa .'Forest, Resi dence and partly elearcd. Apply .:;vrr. ; ,A.;.COLLESS,;; ,831 ?; (. ;. i -r| a .7) | .' t\ t IttgU-sttcet. "TTIOR SALE-Dead Timber 011 2000 nores at jLJ Landillo, near.Ponrith. Apply-.X. R. Smith. 264 i: ^or.Sale rpiUOli AND COLLESSj '.Auctioneers, will sell JL ' by Public Auction. 011 the' Undo Conrad nt 5 p.m, this day (SATURDAY) "SHAMROCK," a brown pony, 13 lmr'K brok...

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 21 April 1883

COMMERCIAL, Messrs, Itielmrdsnn and Nixon (Xudeossors to -Messrs IVH, and S. (Smith) report the4 following; stiles on \\^jdnesday, the 18th hist. :- . i llnlo Ont May,-Is Od to'Is (!d- ! Uunillo Oat Hay, -Is Oil to' 7a Gd > Luoerne Hay, Hs Od to.da Gil Bundle Straw, lis itd to 'Is Od . . Hnle Straw, lis !)d tods Oil , 1 ?Wheat Hay, lis Oil : . i' t "I, . . i ' > Wheat ftiui Onli'Hay, -In Oil to (is (id I Chafl Straw, lis Od to <Ih Id ; Oluvit, mixed, !)s Oil'to Is Oil ' OlinlV, oaton. -Is (Id. to (Isjil ; Wheat, 'Is Oil to os Oil | Oats, sued, 2s (id to 2hi()iI | ' Oats, foody 2s (id to'2s (Id ' ' ' " , Corn, !Js Od to !ls 8d llran, lid to Is I Flour, All to .818 !U ,. Pollard,'11(1 to Is ' . " ; - : Pumpkins, 2b Oil to Js llil Billet Wood, lis Oil to liis Oil ????!? Ilundlo Wood, 12s to IBs Oil Ij'oot Wood, I2s to 17s Od . ; Posts tv»il:l!nils, itill Oh to..ill) 10s ' . ' Poultry -is Oil to (Is Oil, Choose, -l.d to 7d' ? Mutter, Is lid to Is 7il ''???? ! ligjjs, 2s...

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PENRITH POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, APRIL 17. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 21 April 1883

'; .; ? ,;PENEITH 'POLICE ! COURT. . TUESDAY, APRIL 17.. Before Messrs. J. D. Single and J. Shand, J.B'P, PATRICK, Coglan V. Hohert , Wedderburn ? Tliis was fl, case in which plaintiff sued for £5, a'sum'placed on a bull which was i impounded by .defendant at Eastern Creek, which lie (plaintiff) considered excessive. Plaintiff,.on oath, .deposed ; Was a.farmer and resided at Rooty Hill; on 9th April defendant impounded a red and white bull his (plaintiff's) property, at the public pound at Eastern' Greek. From information re ceived he proceed to tlie pound, and found his bull there ;? lie was 'informed that dam ages to the extent of £5 was placed upon the, bull; he ipaid,the £5, but, entered a protest, though not in writing; the pound keeper afterwards paid the money to de fehdant ;''lie ' (plaintiff) then went to tlio pouridkeeper about it, who said " It would not signify," and that if he had done wrong he could get the money back again. Plain tiff considered'the damages levied, ex...

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Mayfield Bros, [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 21 April 1883

May field Bros, ant. lulil t,Rv ixTAP^lfxr'iVir fjupui"-" ately. Aid. Paskin and Cross further dilated on the question in a similar strain. Aid. Prioo thought the tendency of tho three Aldermen pointod to disrespoct. IIo did not approve of such conduct, and tho Mayor ,should put his thumb on it. Tho Mayor explained that over £05 had been expendod, after which they wanted a tank, which was a seperate purchaso, and made in Penrith. ? He thought the account quite correct. Tho Committoe, moreovor, did not got any expenses for tlioir trouble. (Hear, hear.J . The question was, put, and the roport adopted on the following division-noes, Aid. Gross, Pasldn and Long; ayes, Aid. Oolloss, Smith, Price, and tho Mayor. Aftor the motion was carried, Aid. Oolloss statod that if any of tho Aldermen present were undor tho impression that there was any luiderhand work in tho matter ho had his bank book with him, which would show tho amounts paid and to whom. Tho Piuftuco Oommittoo reported a*' moot i...

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WESLEYAN SABBATH SCHOOL ANNIVERSARY. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 21 April 1883

WESLEYAN SAM1ATH ' SCHOOL' ANN1 :.); ;;vebsary. THE . annual celebration in connection with .the abovornamed ; Sabbath School was com monoed' on:'Sunday; last; when :the. Bev. "Adiii' Parsons preached ;sennqns; both morn ing and',' oyomnjji) appropriate! for,',jbhb occa sion. An examination, service.was hold in the, aftcrnooii,.:wh0U;;the, children of the school wore /oxaminodi in tlio various bran olios of religious doctrine., Tlio cliildron, genorally,i oyinced .considerable knowlodgo :of tho subjects chosbri, 'which fact redounds greatly to, the. predit. of their 'tutors. On Monday evening, a public meeting was held in .the Church, .at which addressos in advocaoyof the claims and necessity of Sab bath Schools for tho moral advantago; of tlio rising generation,, wero delivered by tho Kov. Goorgo Brown; tho Bev. Adiu Parsons alnd 'othor local gontlomen. Tho mooting was interspe'red with singing by tlio olioir, tho several selections boing rendered in an oxcolldut mahiior. . During ...

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PENRITH MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 21 April 1883

PENEITH MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. THE ordinary fortnightly mooting of tho Council was hold in the Council Chamber on Thursday. Present-Tho Mayor, and Aldermen Cross, Colless, Long, Smith, Price, Paslciu, and James Evans. The min utes of tho previous meeting wore road and confirmed. apology; Alderman Cross said that in tho heat of argument at last- meeting, if he made use of any expressions disapproved of by tho Mayor ho was sorry for so doing. Tho Mayor said that cliere was a lot of talk at last meeting which could have been dispensed with, and lie was. sorry that such had occurred. Ho was glad that Aid. Cross was sorry for his actions, and he hoped that such would not recur again. REPORTS, Tho Works Committee reported that they had inspected tho gravel delivered by Mr. Dompsey, and found that it was not in ac cordance with specifications. They advised that tho tender, be cancelled, and that new tenders be called for, or that one of tho re jected ones ho accepted. Tlioy recom mended paymen...

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PENRITH AND NEPEAN JOCKEY CLUB AUTUMN MEETING SATURDAY, APRIL 14, 1883. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 21 April 1883

PENRITH AND NI3PEAN JOCKEY AUTUMN MEETING SATURDAY, APKIIJ 14, 1888. UNDER the management of tlie committee of the P. and N.J.C. Patrons: Hon. Gr. R. Dibbs, M.L.A., Hon. G. H. Cox. M.L.C., Hon, E. K. Cox, M.L.G. Judge: Mr. T. R. Smith, M.L.A. Starter: Mr. J. Gr. Thurston. Clerk of the course: Mr. Jas. Asliwortli. Treasurer: Mr. T. J. P. Cadden. Secretary: Mr. Alfred Colless. The recently-inaugurated Race Club held its first meeting on Saturday last, which passed off, generally, in a highly successful manner, It was estimated that fully 1600 persons were present during the day, among .which were " green-horns" from the coun try, " sharpers " from the city, and Bportists from all parts. The number of visitors from Sydney was exceptional, considering the short space of time the Club has existed, and serves as indisputable evidence that judicious advertising is to business (sporting affairs included) what oil is to machinery. The weather was gloriously propitious for the occasion, which...

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SKIMMINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 21 April 1883

.SKIMMINGS. A oENEitAL revival-of Nihilism in Russia has takon placo. . , Quoousland has annexed Now Guinoa. Tho stop is gonorally lducled as a satisfac tory one. ' , Brady, who was concornod in the murder of Burko and Cavendish in Phoenix Park has been sontonood to death., Ho will bo' oxocutod on May 14. . , j. , Unpayablo absenteeism! Bight porsons who had boon summonod to act as jurors oh tho trial of Ourloy, a Dublin murdoror, absontod tliomselvos, for which they woro oach'iinod £100. . . Anotlior informor among tho Phconix Park assassins. .Iio makes soriou's accusa tion ciga'inst prominont Land Loaguors. ' Parkos loyalty motion was thrown! out by '18 noos to 25 ayes. '. Tho parting gives mo pain," as tho man said when ho had a troublosomo tooth ex tracted. . . , ? . .1 It is a mistako to both rise early and sit up lato. Tho rising oarly'is good as a habit of life, if it does not moan robbing nature of hor opportunity to rocruit tho oxhaustod strength of brain and body by, prolo...

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ADJOURNED LICENSING MEETING. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 18. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 21 April 1883

ADJOUENED LICENSING MEETING. WEDNESDAY, APHIL 18. Before Mv. J. K. Lethbridge, J.P. The ftdjourned application of Thomas Boland for an endorsement of tho licenso of the Springwood Hotel to John Cowsley was proceeded with. Mr. Charles Bull, solicitor, appeared on behalf of Oowsley. District Sub-Inspector Fowler objected to tho transfer boing granted on the ground that a report had boon received from tho Wagga Wagga Polieo, stating that tho appli cant was addictod to occasional fits of in tomporance. Mr. Bull produced certificates of reference from Mr. Beid, Traffic Manager, and from Mr. T. B. Smith, M.P.,giving the applicant an excellent character i'or lionosty straightforwardness, which however ha<j roforonoo to his sobriety. Mr. Bull] clressocl tho Bonoh at considerable longt) The endorsement was refused.

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Tit Bits. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 21 April 1883

Tit Bits. BY THTC NOVICE. THAT acknowlodgod vcraoious chroniclor tlio S. At. Herald, is as liablo to err as most other contomporahoous:-history shoots, an instanco of which was given'on Monday. Tlio local Football Captain, truo to tho core in mattors portaining to that bono-splitting game, obsorved a'notico in that day's papor, that the Annual Meeting of tlio Southern Football Union was to tako place at tho Exchange,' Syclnoy, on tho sanio ovoning. Ho proceeded thither to represent tho local club, but on arrival at that popular spot, found that somoono had bluuderod, and that lio was sold. Quito humiliated ho rotnrned in an icy morning train, and found by an oilicial notification tho following day that tho mooting takos placo on the 90th. Granny is losing hor popularity in thoso% quarters so l'ar as sporting mattors aro con cerned. # «< * At tho Police Court on Tuosday, Dofond anfc: " Did'nt your bull knock part of my gL'oon-houso down whilo trospassing on my proporty ?" ...

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POLICE QUARTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 21 April 1883

POLICE QUAETEES. WHEN tho Government enact laws wlj necessarily appoint additional court® judicature, tlioy should also provido prq building wherein such courts should bo lilj_u" Tlio appointment of tho Emu Liconsing Bench gives an instance of such incomplete ness of process. Tho police' quartors at Emu Plains aro certainly not of a descrip tion which would class with general speci mens of modem architecture, nor aro they sufficient for tho requirements of an ofllcor of tlio force and his family; thero being only four rooms in the building, two of which are of tho slrillion build. The whole could nevor have been intended for the use to which it is at present devoted. However, despite tho paticity of space within tho build ing, tho Liconsing Oourt for .that district holds its regular sossions in 0110 of the apart ments, much to tho inconvenienco of both the inmates and tho Bonch. Tho apartment occupiod for such business is not large enough in which to swing an ordinary cat, with any ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 21 April 1883

0OBBBSPONDENTS' Trill Bare bop^themsclv# 'flpdVthosis connected 'with'tliia journal a. good deal of trouble by observing'the following rules: Correspondence, intended for publication in our news , columns, should, be addressed to the editor, while advertinemeuts and business communication! should bp sent to the proprietor. ' While we shall be glad at any time, to receive for publication items of local interest, we shall freely use our privilege of excising any offensive allusions to vprjy^te. individual?.; .^-ibejjvvriting^ is ^uch >n" 'extremely ifefjiensive iuxtay, that we' cannot afford' to share it with,'anyone plee,r MverU4ement»;.J "exceptthose coming from subscribers and responsible persons,.must be paid Sor'in advancc.'-'. -c:. '.'>/? UrsA-iisS. All communications must be accompanied by jthe > real.nlm'e:arid address of the sender.v. ,u-l'u:: '. ; .7. ' 1'' '' Special Wot'icb. | ON arid:after this date oiu'1 cafih tem* fof a'dver j-tising wiU be as under, viz, Fourt...

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