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

©fa fg^pan A WHS 3»W1&MT miJLS FOOtt TECH PMOJ^LB, Published every Saturday Morning, CONTAINS leading articles on the prominent questions of the day ; the latest local nows, and telograms; humourous extracts from American journals"; special correspondence and the latest Sydney Commercial news. Subscription 2s. Gd. per quartor, in advanco. HBPEAU TIMES OFFICE, . High-street, Penrith. Special Jobbing Department. THE proprietor of the Nepeaa Times is pre pared to execute printing of every descrip. tion. Posters, business cards, bill-heads, pro grammes, &n., turned out at the shortest notice, with neatness and dispatch. OhargeB aB Ion as possiblo. Estimates furnished. W. L EN N O X'S HAY AND 0 0 EN STORE, IflGH-STliEET, PENRITH. - A: LL kinds of PRODUCE always on Hand f. -WQ&8* YB STILL CONTINUES TO MAKE FIRST-CLASS BOOTS 10 ORDEU. THE very best material used, and a good fit guaranteed on the shortest notice. Life and Accident Assurance Agent. HIGH-STltEEl\ PENRI...

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 21 April 1883

1 LOCAL NEWS. AT the1 Police Court, on Monday, two potvaliants-tho only ones who inobriated two freely 011 account of tho: races-were .fined for offences against sobriety- and morality. :, ; , '. ' - . , PEHSONS interested are reminded, .that a meeting will bo held to-night at 8 'o'clock, >invtke Council jHallj.for the purpose|of con sidering the practicability offorming a Volun teer Corps ill' the town; .1; ; j Tub repairs,of. the Anglican Churclx at S,t.''Mary's1 having 'beencompleted,! tlio- re opening ' services; will be held' to-morrow. The'Venerable Arclifleacon'King will preach in the 'Cliurcli 'at'll1,^a.m.Xand 7 p.m.! , A special service for children will take place at three o'clock p.m., when tho .Rev. George Brown." yfill > ^officiate. <' Oil jtlid. /follp win'g 'Wednesday' a tea'meeting will be lield in the schoolroom, which -will be followed by ! a. public meeting. Particulars appear : in another column, i.' ( ' ' ' i; '? ; ,;.« TYPHOID still exists at ...

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The Nepean Times. Published every Saturday Morning. SATURDAY, APRIL 21. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 21 April 1883

Published every Saturday Morhitifti 'SATURDAY, APRIL 21.r j X. IA PAPER recently, issued; by 6rdev of the (Legislative"; Assembly' with reference I to « (railway labor,:, which: also contains'' jtlie ?- >minutes of a discussion between tlie'repre " Jsentatives of the local drivors as to the |ad " jvisability of lowering the hours of ...work '? |from sixty to fifty; gives a considerable " i insight, into the real grievance of ;the rail ;way men of the Locomotive branch. | It jalso gives a proof that* the prosont,Com-; :i Jmissidner for railways,- take's* "a "comprelien-i sive view of a matter, giving to the com plainants .every, opportunity of ventilating their ''alleged wrongs, and' finally deciding, in the most practicable maimer for their in , 'terekts, though at the ? same ;time 'keeping a , strict watch over the .interests pf^hefdepart .'meritunder his control; Such a servant is bener" ; fieial acquisition to the, affaire, of state, and. , (^ith'such, a zealous eye,.scrutiniz...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 28 April 1883

MEDICAL HALL JPenritljL. Arthur Judges BEGS to inform the inhabitants of Penrith and . the surrounding districts that he is constantly receiving from London by the Mail Steamers, ana from the best houses in Sydney, fresh supplies of Purest Drugs, Genuine Patent Medicines Toilet Requisites Kepler Extract of Malt Extract of Malt and Cod Liver Oil Burgoyncs Peptolcino (Cod Liver Oil Emulsion) Parrish's Chemical-Food..j,; ' . Churchill and Dusart's Syrup of Lime and Iron Roller's, Do Jonghs', and otiier Cod Liver Oils Nestle's MilkFood . ' Neave's and Hard's Farinaceous Food The Genuine Farina Eau de Cologne (in wickor) Piesse and Lubin's Perfumes (Opoponax, Musk, White Bose, &c.) Bimmel's Lavender Water and Toilet Vinegar Gosnell's Aromatic Eau de Cologne, &c; Bond's and Jetoline Marking Ink The Celebratod (McKi r&ViB.V-.Quinine Pills for, Neuralgia - - * Pear's Celebrated Ball and Tablet Toilet Soaps Vanilla Sugar and Essences of all kinds for flavoring ' " '' ...

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A Comedy of Errors. CHAPTER I. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 28 April 1883

A Comedy of Errors. CHAPTER I. " From your presence fortli I go A lost and lonely man j Reckless alike of weal or woe Heaven's benlson or ban. He who has known the tempest's worst May bare him to the blast. Blame not these tears: they are the first j Are they the last?" -Praed. " No !'t The word was uttered in a clear, emphatic manly voice. "Oh, Wilfred!" exclaimed Flora Men teith, at this, as she deemed, heartless de cision of her brother's. " No, I repeat. I have no other answer to give." , " And Oelia is breaking her heart for you 1" remonstrated Flora. " Her heart," Wilfred echoed bitterly " her heturt!" " The truest and kindest in the world," said his sister. " If you throw it away, as you seem unaccountably bent on doing, you will never in all your life find any one to ovo you as she lias loved yoti, Wilfred." " Heaven forbid that I ever should I And heaven forbid that I should ever love woman again as I have loved her I" "What do yot mean, 'Wilfred ?" asked Flora. " Why are y...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 28 April 1883

WANTI3D iv Gonoral Servant. * Apply.Mrs. -AV. . ltaynor, Spriugwood, Mil WANTED, Strong Country Oirl: as OouovnT Sorvaut, must bo nbleito wish well. Wages, 1!!h. Apply, with references. to Itov. Or. Middletou, .till), Buui'ke-streot, Surry Jiills, " 517 To Laundresses WANTED, persons willing to tkku in' Washing and Ironing, Artielos to bo taken: charge of at tho l'cnrith ltaihvoy .Station every Monday morning, and rotui'iiod to tho Station as onriy in tiio weok as'praeticablo. Souil price per doz,, niul apply for further particulars to ALFRED COLLESS, 580'i c ;* ..i. :; Hoiiry-streqtj l'onrith. QAA AOliESGri»SH'Ijaiid:to']]o£j sub-divided _LOUU into two paddocks liOO and 120q acres to bo lot immediately,' '?Apply ' J. T.'YOltK, 4)11) l'onrith, IjlOil SALE.-lOOaoroa at Mulgon Forest, Itesi JLj donee and partly cleared. Apply A. COLLESS, )i"y.'CSv ! y&MG'Z WBh:Bty6ot. Oil 8 ALIO-Dond Timbor on 2000 acrcs at Landillo.iioar.Ponrith. Apply T, 11, Smith. 251 E FOlt SALE.-Eight All...

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 28 April 1883

COMMERCIAL, Mcsaivi. Richardson nucl Nixon (succcssora to Messrs T. 1!. and S. Smith) roport the following sales on Wednesday, the 26th inst. : - Bale Oat [fay, 4s SHI to 5s Gtl Bundle Oat Hay, 4s 8d to 5s lid Luconio Hay, 8s Oil to i!s Oil Bundle Straw, 3s (ill to 3s 10(1 Bale Straw, 8s Od to 3s fid . ; . . Wheat May, 4s Sicl to fis Oil Wheat ami Oat Hay, 4s !)d to 5s 4d Chart Straw, 4s Oil to' 4s 2d CliafF, mixed, 4s 3d to 4s 7d~ Chaff, oaten. 4s 10(1 to 5s 5d . Wheat, r>s Od to 5s fid Outs, seed, 2s 7d to 3s 3d Oats, feed, 2s Od to 2s lOd Corn, 8s Od to 8s 4d Potatoes, Sis lid to 4s 5d Bran, llil to Is I'loiir, 12s Od to 13s od 1 Pollard, lid to Is Pumpkins, Is Gd to 8s Od . i Tnrnips, 8s (Id to 8s !)d Billot Wood, 10s Od to IBs 8d . Bundle Wood, IDs to l!)s Od Foot Wood, lis (id to 17s Od " ' Posts and Rails, .-Uil 10s to .(i t 5s Poultry 2s 3d to (is 2d. Cheese, 3d to fl-jd Butter, Is (id to 2s Od Eggs, 2s (id to 2s lid Bacon, 8d to 1 Id Honey, 4d.to (ijd . Pigeons, Is Od to...

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SWEET, SWEET HOME. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 28 April 1883

.SWEET,' SWEET HOME. A BOSTON miinj who wanted to trade' in mahogany, sugar, honoy, beeswax and hides, lived at. Uaux, a little palm town on tho const, nam' tho beautiful plains and'mountains of -Anna, Jlo had a Utile Iioiiho that wiw built oC palm-lroo bark and covornl willi iinlin leaves. At last ho lintl a, houso iuado ot nino boards at homo, all fitted ready to bo put up. Phis was put 011 ship board and carried to llncz, and ha put.it up, had It nicely coiled, and thought i|0 wan vary grand. But tho sun shrunk tho boards, and very soon tho seams In his nico now house wara large enough to let in a boo ; and in tho boos wont, bol.woen tho colling and tho root, between tho coi 1 ing and tho wouthorboardlng, Into tho closets, under his chamber floors, u)> his ehimnoys, ovorywlioro; and before throo month so delighted woro tlioy with their new homo, t.hoy had lllled ovary oraok and crovloo overhead and round about with comb and honey, till It. poured through tho oraoks and poured ...

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 28 April 1883

LOCAL NEWS/ THE Penrith District Court Session com mences 011 Tuesday 10th prox. Tuesday next small Debts Court. THE race on Saturday last between Hall's " Unknown," and Molloy's " Foal," resulted in an easy win for the latter. Before Mr. J. IC. Cleeve J.P. on. Monday, one " drunk" was 'dealt' with in 'the usual manner, for exceeding the limits of sobriety on the previous day. IN reply to enquiries in the House last week, Mr Stuart named twenty-four Munici palities, in addition to those embraced in the Hunter River water scheme, who had applied for aid'in the matter of water supply. Penrith was not mentioned, though the matter haa been repeatedly before the Government by deputation, and otherwise. How is this thus ? . AN inquest on the body of Mrs. Neville, who expired suddenly last Friday morning, in Station Street, was hold before the district Coroner on Friday afternoon. Dr. Brady testified that death resulted from heart disease^ A verdict was returned in accordance with that tes...

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DAISY BUSH. THIS WINNING TELEPHONE GIRL. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 28 April 1883

DATSY BUSH. THIS WINNING TKIJ3PII0NK GIltL. 'I'HBni! wns something winning about Daisy Bush, and ns she stood up nt tlio telephone box and yollud " Hollo" to some invisible cronture in the dim far away the wild winter winds didn't howl in sweeter tones. Poor Daisy Bush I Hers wns a hard lot. Through the bitterness ot misfortune she wns driven to the wire, but she toiled on uncomplainingly, save when somo subscriber to the company by which she wns employed gave vent to righteous indignntion becnusc she did not respond as quickly ns ho thought she ought to,-wlion she slammed back nt him: with a spirit that testifier! to her observation of bettor days, when tlio sun shone brightly for her, and :no ono was allowed to sauce her back; ?' Poor Daisy I Those days had ilud into the, ,dcaf and dumb past, and she was adrift on tlio unfeeling wires in search of a bare subsistonee. "Hello! hollo I" rang over the lino, one crisp, morning about two weeks after our story is printed. Daisy glared li...

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LUDDENHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 28 April 1883

LUDDENHAM., FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT. NEWS IS rather diflioult to collect in our dull looality, but the following may interest sorao of your readers. During last wools the Anglican clorgyman, the llov. G. II. Allnutt, loft this quarter for a now . oliarge, viz.. Oobbity and Narellan. On tho Monday pre vious to his departure, a mooting was hold at the Farsonago, Mulgoa, and a purso con taining £25 was prosented tho rev. gentle man by a few of his friends. Tho in-coming clergyman is a Mr. Slioarman, who was officiating with much acceptanco at tho Kurrajong, above Eiolimond. The fell destroyer, deatli, lias been some what busy lately, and removed two members from'one family. .Mrs. Wakeling who lias been bed-ridden for many yoara, has boon takon to hoi' rest; and within a few woolts a son iigod 17 yoars succumbod to fever of a malignant charaotor. Tho last has boon a sad blow to tho boroavod father, who will fool his loss acutoly for the labours of tho field. Wo aro in expectation of our ...

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THE SCIENTIFIC EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 28 April 1883

' THU SCI U NTH-MO EDITOH. ME was ft comsumptive-looking youth o£ about, nine teen summers, unci lie timidly knocked at the door of the .scientific editor's sunctum, as its unhappy occupant, was struggling with an editorial upon the recent discovery of some pliocene tertiary remains of the IVhanydoodle Thingumbohleito. " Come in I" shouted the seribo. "1 took the liberty of calling upon yon," snid the visitor, "to ascertain.if you had an opening for a junior reporter." "Know Latin, Greek; French, Germnn, Italian, lUtssinn, Chinese, and Sanscrit ?" asked the editor. "No," replied the other, " but I'm learning ; and with industry " .".Well up in history,"mathematics; and astron omy?" f ) ,i 'i ' if ??' ? .. ' ' ' " I'in afrivid IliavoiVr'ybt programed far in 'my studies in astronomy," said the youth, "but with perseverance-1--'" ' 1 1 ' . "Familiar with Huxley, Darwin, and M'Coy 7" "I regret to say," observed the .youth, " that my knowledge of the great authorsmentioned is also limite...

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 28 April 1883

CRICKET, A MATCH was played on the local ground last Saturday afternoon, between " our boy's" and a team from Croydon - the " Collegiate." The match was decided on the first innings in favour of the local team by 52 runs. Mesrs. Burling, Bissland, and M'Donald were the principal eontributers. Following are the scores : PENRITH, Clceve, c, b Chapman ... ... 3 Burling, c, b Devlin " ... ... 26 W.Judges, b Fowler ... ... -4 M'Donald, b Fowler ... ... . 17 Fulton, b Devlin ... ... 0 Grant, c, b Fowler ... ... 8 Bissland, b Newton ... ... 11 Bailey, b Fowler ... 3 Iteid, c, b Fowler ... ... 1 Uhocies, b Fowler ... ... 0 If. Judges, not out ... ... 0 Sundries ... ... ... " 2 Total 73 Bowling Analysis.-Fowler, 72 balls, 1 maiden, 23 runs, 0 wickets j Chapman, 30 balls, 0 runs, 1 wicket; Devlin, 42 balls, 11 runs, 2 wickets. COLLEGIATE. Devlin, c, b Cleevc ... ... 0 Newton, b Cleevc ... ... 0 Chapman, b Cleevc ... ... 5 Alldis, b Cleevc ... ... 2 Fowler, b Cleeve ... ... 1 Atkins, b Cleevc ...

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BROTHER GARDNER'S FUNERAL ORATION. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 28 April 1883

BROTHER GARDNER'S FUNERAL ORATION " IT again becomes my painful ilooty to announce de fauk ilat death has invaded our ranks,"said the president .as the lust notes of the triangle died away. " Word has bin received dat Hldcr John Spoouer, of Winchester, Vargiuy, am no mo', lie jiued dis club about two y'ars ago, and his intercs' 111 it was un abated up to his dyin' hour. In his deal li we has lost a good man, but we has at do same time gained some wnlunblo experience, in case we feel in accept ing it, Kldev Spoouer believed in de motto: Honesty am de best policy; anil ho died poo'. Jle loved liis naybur as himself, an' liis naybur had altogether the be*' of it, Jfe hail charity for all an' dat;kept his child'en widout shoes an', hia wife tied down to a kaliker facss for Sunday. His motto was Excelsior, an' liis Sunday ilinuer was as thin an' hard as sheet iron. " Daajin'de summer sesun, when, fuel doan'. cost ntiflln' folks kin go barfut, nn' any sort of a man kin aim a dollar a day,...

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FORMATION OF A VOLUNTEER CORPS [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 28 April 1883

FORMATION OF A VOLUNTEER CORPS PURSUANT to advertisement,'a public meeting was held in tlie Council Chamber, on Satur day evening, to consider the. advisability of forming a volunteer corps in Penrith. There were about fifty present, among which were the Member for the district and other prominent gentlemen. The Mayor occupied the chair. He stated that the Hon. Gr. R. Dibbs had pro mised to occupy that position, but from some unexplained reason had not done so. He read an apology from Mr. D. J. Worboys for non-attendance. With reference to the objects of the meeting, he said that he was a volunteer many years ago. It was a grand thing, especially for young men, for it would take them from place's whore they would otherwise congregato. The young men had ample opportunity to take advantago of the advantages offered by a Corps, having, in most instances, the whole of Saturday after noon at thoir disposal, whereas in the former days of volunteer companies such was not the case, save in ...

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TAKEN IN. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 28 April 1883

TAK1CN TN. A SAN Fniioisco paper (oils tho following t.alo at tlio expense of its post olHco department:-"Tho.hoad of Vho depnvtment passing through mm o£ tho oiMeos recently, aiul seeing n limn whom lie supposed was ono oil tho olorks standing by tho, tiro .rorfding tho newspaper just as ho liriil boon sovoml hours before, vopvovcil him for wasting his time In that fashion, Tho ulork admitted t hat it, was a wnsteoi! tlnio. Tho hend oil tho department indignantly nskotl his namo nud grow still moro angry when tho clerk told him it was " noiio ul! his business," "I am tho post master general," said he. "We'll 1 am glad to hear it," was the reply. " I am simply ono u£ tho piiblio, who has boon kept waiting here Hour hours for an answer to a simple question, and 1 shall 'bo much obliged ill you will uso your iuduonce to got mo attended to," Two Irishmon woro poring over a nows papor, and coming to tlio hoading." Latest," and tlion immodiatoly following it, to tlio hoadihg " Yory Latos...

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Tit Bits. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 28 April 1883

Tit Bits. BY THIS NOVICE, THE Christadolphians 'in Sydney advertise in connection with their religious services " seats free, no collection.". This is some, what refreshing in these latter days, and they will positively work up a good business if such method is continued. The take rouud-the-plate mode of raising funds much requires improving upon. * # * .Last week while referring to the meeting proposed to consider the advisability of form ing a volunteer corps, I remarked that " there would be present-perhaps twenty." That remark was passed solely to remind Penrith folk of their backwardness in com* ing forward, and I am jubilant over the fact that they took the hint as was intended. # # * Visage-scrapers (barbers) did an unusual business during last Saturday. The cause of that unusualness was apparent to physiog nomists \vlio attended the evening meeting, held for the purpose of re-awakening the Volunteer " corpse," (departed this life years agon.e). Many who aspire to the variega...

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QUACK PROPHETS. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 28 April 1883

QUACK PROPHETS; Tiietuc arc two prophets in A morion, (says' an ex change) who have idelivorcd themselves o£ remark ably unpleasant predictions for 188!), The first is .Iamcs M. Sworinstcdt, of Cincinnati. His lucubra tions arc as follows :-" A great financial panic will sweep like wildfire over tlio United States sonic ti 1110 in 18Si!, which will prostrate all Industries, paralyso all business, and throw out of employment every man, woman, and child in tlio country. Tho con ditionj'oE tho working classes will bocomo so desper ate tliat they will rise up like a Hood and swoop away both Church and State, and fill the land with violence. Satan will soon wheel a fleet of seven groat comots into lino. Ono will plunge into tlio sun, producing d great outbiml of solar light and heat. Tlio 1110011 will be as light as tho sun, and tho light of tho sun will'bo increased sevenfold. ' Tho other six will afl'cet tlio rivers, the sea, tlio oartli, and tlio air. Tho millennium, or reign oE Chris...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 28 April 1883

CORHK3POHDENT3 will save both themstlv* and those connected with this journal » good deal of trouble by observing the following rules: Correspondence, intended for publication in our news columns, should be nddressed to the editor, while advertisements and business communication* should be 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 exciuing any offensive allusions to private individuals. Libel-writing 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 for in advancc, * All communications must be accompanied by the real name and address of the sender. and after this date our cash terms for atlver J tising will be as under, viz.: Fourteen words and under, ... ... Is Bach line up to five ("per line) ... 6d One inch 3s Each succecding inch Is Cd Births, d...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 28 April 1883

gjtqiuexff &. MM IBSPH&MT ?OMAN JFCOfci U^ECEi ^iUOJ^XjE}. Published every Saturday Morning. CONTAINS leading articles on the prominent questions of the day; the latest local news, 'and telegrams; humourous extracts from American journals ; special correspondence and the latest Sydney Commercial news. Subscription 2s. Cd. per quarter, in advance. NEFEft.W TIMES OFFICE, High-street, Peniith. ®{jx Itqmtu Special Jobbing Department. THE proprietor of the Nepean Times Is pre pared to execute printing of every descrip tion. Posters, business cards, bill-heads, pro grammes, &o., turnecfoutatthe shortest notice, with neatness and dispatch. Charges as low as possible. Estimates furnished. W. L EN N O X'S HAY AND' CORN STORE, HIGH-STREKT, PENRITH. kinds of PRODUCE always on Hand 9. W@»»®¥S STILT. CONTINUES TO MAKE FIB.ST-CI.ASS BOOTS _ TO ORDER, THE very best matorial used, and a good fit guaranteed on the shortest notico. Life and Accident Assurance Agent. 21IOH STRE...

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