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The Nepean Times, Published every Saturday Morning. SATURDAY, APRIL 28. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 28 April 1883

9% gjfepm ftimea, Published every Saturday Morning'. SATURDAY, APRIL 28. SIB HENRY PARKES has fallen in for severe censure from Mr. Redmond, M.P., for his recent loyalty motion, and for his attacks on the Land League and its principles. It is only reasonable to expect that Mr. Redmond "would proceed thus, considering the amount of opposition he was awarded by Sir Henry, for it is human nature to return calumny for calumny, abuse for abuse, or evil for evil, despite the biblical teachings to the contrary. While at Tenterfield Mr. Redmond took the full advantage of a good opportunity to levol his darts of scathing oratory at his opponent. There, he was in the midst of Sir Henry's constituents, who in all places, and at all times, are liable to be influenced by argument, especially when directed in such a manner as Mr. Redmond naturally can direct them. An eloquent speaker seldom fails to convert a portion of his listeners [from their former opinion, and no doubt in the case of Mr. Red...

Publication Title: Nepean Times
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A SUFFICIENT REASON. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 28 April 1883

A SUFFICIENT IU5AS0N. ' THE] following was found pinned on to a suicico's clofchos on the bank of a river in which ho had drowned himself :-" I married a widow who had a grown lip. daughter. My father visited at our houso and fell in lovo with my step daughter and married hor. Consequently my .father became my son-in-law, and my step-daughter my mother, becauso slio was my father's wife. In tlio course of time my wifo had a son-it was my lather's , stop-brother,', and my uncle at tho same time, for it was tlio brother of my stop-mother. My fathers's wife and my step-mother also, had a son, this child was naturally my brother and also my grandson at tho same time, for it was in th'o first place my father's son. My wifo is my grandmother for she is tho mother of my father's wife. lam tho husband and grandson of my wife, and as tho husband of one's grandmathor, I am'therefore my own grandfather. This has done for mo.

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SPOILING A STAMP. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 28 April 1883

SPOILING A STAMP. The marriage ceromony had been performed (saps the Cincinnati Suturdoij Ni<jhb) the guosfcs had departed, and the last vestige of. a sumptuous ropast was ovon now being stowed away under the blue coat of a guardian of the night. Tlio bride was talcing inventory of the piclclo castors, and the groom had just left the house, ostensibly for the purpose of smoking a cigar, but really to sook his fathor, at whoso door he was about to lay a charge of awful import. " Father," and the old man trembled with apprehension as lie noted tho storn visage, and heard the cold, harsh tone, " father do you know what you have done ?" " What is it, son, toll mo tho worst." " This night you have given mo a cheque for SOOOdol." " So I did, and I ought to liavo mado it 10,000dol. 0! my boy, I am very, very sorry." " Yes, you ought to have made it 10,000dol but," ho added grimly, it is too lato now. But that is not all." " Oh, heavens ! I cannot stand further censure," grasped ...

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BREAKING A MERHANTS HEART. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 28 April 1883

.rniEAKIXCi A MUltO HANTS 1IKAUT. It was a clothing dealer.on tho Bowery, and as tho slab-sided young'man opened the door ho rubbed his hands over oach other and said: " Como in my front, I guess you was look ing for an overcoat. Try on dis ono, for 7dol." " Thankee. I'vo got about SOdol. in my pocket, and I thought "'Ah ! niino front, you was como to tho right blaco. How you like a bluo suit for lOdol?" " I'vo got about 80dol. in my pockot, and was looking for-" " Take dis gray for 14dol, You novor had such a pargain in all your porn days." " As I was saying, I'vo got about lOdol,, and I want to buy a pretty fair one." " Here is ono all wool for 12 dol.; shrump right into it. " A protty fair ono with, silvor-plated handles," continuod the young man. ' " I'vo got 'em I I'm der only dealor in all Now York who keeps oaforgoats mit silver blatod handlos." " I don't moan ovorcoats." " No !" " I moan coflins I Lot's soo your latest fall stylos." " My front," wispered tlio dealer, as ho t...

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A YOUNG MAN'S PERIL. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 28 April 1883

YOUNG HAN'S l'KIUL. THEY wave in to see a lawyer yesterday Mary Ann and her mother. Mary Ann was a littlo embarrassed, but the old woman was calm. When they spoke about a breach-of promise ease the lawyer asked : ' What evidence have you got ?' ' Mary Ann, produco the letters,' com manded the mother; and the girl took tlio cover off a willow basket and remarked that she thought 027 would do to begin on. The other 551 would bo produced as soon as tho case was fairly boforo tho Court. ' And outside of this letter ?' quoriod tho lawyer. ' Mary Ann, produco yourdiary,' said tho mother. ' Now turn tho heading of ' Promises,' and toll now how many times this marriage business was talked over." * The footing is 214 times," ausworod tho girl. ' Now turn to tho heading of ' Darling,' and givo us tho number of times lio lias applied tho term to you.' ' If I have figured right, tho total is 9,254 times.' ' I guess you counted pretty straight, for you are good in arithmetic. Now turn to the hea...

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A NEW PHASE OF LARRIKINISM. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 28 April 1883

A NEW 1M I AS K 01'' LAKillKINlSM. ON tho oveiling of Sunday, -lfifch April, as Divino sorvice Avas boing hold in tho Scots Kirk, Kiama, two mou entorod tho building, and ndvancod Lo within a fow rows of soats of tho oxtromo front, in so doing making all possiblo noiso, spitting on tho floor, and othonviso conducting thomsolvos as if tlioy woro moro familiar with tho atmosphoi'o of tho tap room than tho surroundings of tho sanoturary. During a considorablo part of sorvieo (says tho Indeimulent) tlioy lcopt up a continual conversation, and mado uso of tho most blasphemous expressions, which woro plainly audiblo to thoso' sitting in thoir immediate vicinity, who woro also much annoyed by tho liquor-taintod broath of thoso Hftcril'ogious scoundrols. Tlioy woro several timo, unavailingly howovor, romon stratod with by tho sexton, who at length throatonod to call a policeman to roinovo thorn; and upon his retiring for that pur pono, the miscreants made a spoody oxit. This is a phaso of U...

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YANKEE QUARRELS. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 28 April 1883

YANKEE QUARRELS. As an instauco of tho trifling causos upon which South Americans appeal to arms', tlio Now York Nation givo tho caso of two brothers.in-law namod Brown and Taylor respectively, prorainont business men at Stato Mills, llappahanuock County, Va. Tho quarrel aroso out of a light betwoon thoir clogs, which took place in front of Taylor's house. Tho Taylor clog getting tlio worst of it, young Mr. Taylor stuck tho Brown clog, from which their resulted " hot words," Thereupon Mr. Taylor, sonior, appeared on tho scene with an axe, and ho and his son assailed Mr. Brown with vigour. Mr. Brown for a while defended himself successfully against the axe with an ico hook, but a roinl'orcomont arriving to the Taylor's in tho shapo of another son withjja heavy revolver, tho fortunos of tho day was soon decidod. Tho unhappy Brown re ceived tlirco shots in tho lower back, and diod on tho field. His little daugh tor was present during tho ploasing scone, but was not hurt. It nood hardly...

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MISCELLANEOUS. PENRITH RACES, 1856. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 28 April 1883

MISCELLANEOUS, PENRITH RACES, 1850. IN a review 011 New South Wales Racing a quarter of a century ago, Arthur Bush ton writes in the AuxtmUan Sjiuiimtin : Twenty-five years is but a brief period in the history of nations, a mere drop in the sea of timo, but it has sufficed in this part of the world to behold great and startling social changes, for which the earlier colonists were scarcely prepared, changes which are still in progress, and of which none can predict the end. Yet so far back as 1850, the indications of the coming social industrial revolution were perceptible in the rapidly increasing popularity of the newly con structed railway from Sydney to Parramatta, and which it was boldly contemplated to con tinue from the point now known as Granville, across the Blue Mountains in tlio direction of the famous Bathurst Plains, to tho great disgust of tho teamster fraternity, who ox peetcd to find, with Othello, their occupation gone. By 110110 were . tho advantages afforded by "th...

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

SKIMMINGS. THE annexation of Now Guinea by Queens land formed during last week tho prominent topic of discussion in tho English press. An influential portion of that power favors tho step, as also do some loarnod heads. Twenty thousand Ohinoso coolies have omigratod-from China to Brazil. Sulioman Pasha of Russia. Turkish war fame is doad. Tho jury in tho trial ot Kolly, a Phoonix Parlc-er, could not agroo on Saturday, and wero ordorod to spond Sunday,locked up for deliberation. Tho llouso sat from <1. 80. p.ru,, on Fri day until 11 a.m., on Saturday almost with out intormission. It is proposed by a now clause in tho Licensing Act to give the Govornor-in Oouncil powor to grant licenses for railway refreshment rooms, at stations not loss than CO miles apart. '' ; , ..Troublo again browing in Zululand, Ce'tawayo and another chief have had an encounter of arms. Tho fonnor was ro pulsed. Fonianism is, says advices from London, sproading with rapidity. It is statod that 150,000...

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DECREASE OF SOUTH AUSTRALIAN YIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 28 April 1883

J313CJM3A.sk Oh' SOUTH AUSTRALIAN V110LOS. THE Government agricultural statistics of tho late harvest aro published. Tho avorago is 4 bushels 181b. per aero, or 211b. bolow that of jftBt yoar. . Tho area cropped was 1,7'10,8C4 aeros, and tho actual aroa reaped was 81,017 acres loss than last year. Thoro is a (locroaso in tho gross production of 780,015 bushels. Tho total yiold is 7,850,117 bvshols, and tho quantity requirotl for food and sood 8,750,000 bushels, loaving a balaneo available for export of 8,000,117 bushels. We have to go back to 1870 for such a low export as this. The son of n butcher had {{rent ditlluully in frne lions, although his Ienuhevdldhis very u XOW lot. ussuppose,"said tlio toaclicr, "thai, u customer onme to your father to I my five pounds of men I and he had only four to sell-what would liu do.'" " Keep his hand on tho moat wlillo ho was weigihng it," wns tho Ciiudlrt answer. Tho saucepan is not considered a dondly weapon except in the hnnds of an iralu wom...

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THE RABBIT NUISANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 28 April 1883

THE BABBIT NUISANCE. Persons to whom tliorecontly passed Babbit Nuisanco Act is applicable will save them selves troublo ancl oxpense by attending to tlio following clauses of the said Act: Clause 8(3.-" All persons who shall have in his possession any livo rabbit or introduce into tho colony from any other colony or placo any rabbit scalps shall on conviction l'orfoit and pay for each ofienco a' sum' not oxcooding on o hundred pounds or in default of payment bo liable to a term of imprison ment not exceeding six months." Clause 88.-" Every person on whose land there shall bo any rabbits or any signs of rabbits shall immediately givo tho Inspector noarest to such land notico thoroof and any person failing to do so shall bo liablo to a ponalty not oxceeding twonty pounds." Part of clauso 80.-" Proof that there aro on any land burrows showing signs of hav ing boon recontly usod by rabbits or othor signs of the prosenco of rabbits shall bo doomed to bo proof of tho oxistonoo of rabbits...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 28 April 1883

MARRIAGE. BOOTH — BIRD. — April 12, at the residence of the Bride's parents, by the Rev. Adin Parsons, Henry Booth, youngest son of the late Edward Booth, of Colyton, to Blanche, eldest daughter of   Lawson Bird, Penrith. 545

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 5 May 1883

J. GIB§|ip| CORNER OK HIGH AND WOODRIFFK-HTREETS, PENRITH, Offers Special Inducements ' Notice his prices for ©&&»$&¥. Special Lines in ladies' Dress Materials '' LOW I'ltlCJCS FIltST-CLASS QUALITY", Stays from 2s per pair ' >. J Large assortment of Fiscliues from I ? l'ld eacli LADIES UNDERCLOTHING -f ' 25 per cent under cost. LAOISB ' ./.'; of best quality at prices unheard of in the*district. ^M:aBK,Ol£)ESR.IJB38 . From lOd per dozen yards. ALL OTHER CLASSES , EQUALLY LOW IN PRICE Clarke's best sewing cotton, 200 yards, lid per dozen. Boys'/Tunics, Is each. Crewel Embroidery Sillc, large stock to choose from, gd per skein, or Is 9d per dozen. Skein Silk of- eVery color, 4d per dozen. . ? Lare Stock, first-class quality, and UNPRECEDENTED LOW P R ICES Tweed Hats, Is 9d each. Gents' Collars, ^d and §Jd per doz., white or colored. Just arrived a Large Stock of FANCY Q-OOD8 of every description, suitable for PRESENTS. BOOTS As I am retiring fro.ui the Boot ...

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CHAPTER II. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 5 May 1883

CHAPTER IL " AAvortlilo'ss womdii; mere cokl clay As all false tiling* nro ; Jjut so fair , v She takes the breath of men away .. , 11 v Who gaze upon her unaware." , ? , oiil oJjiouu'iijiT m iii.', i i;!.')" «. llmpntng. . ftfiSvtiy 1 bbfore 'the dbpavfcii'ro of tlio good ? Bhifa'h-h/rao/fi; : which was to-convey Celia's lover to tlio capital of Hev Majesty's Indian Ei^pU;o.,f .>yUfroa iMenteith and George Elpinstone wore hurriri& along tlio esplanade :.aW?olkestone, in earnest conversation. P'f'$$QU--.ave<Bure. enquired the latter, ' that tlns^will not affect yourengagemont ?' W'Buito certain. Celia and her father aro tlio most unselfish, unworldly people that ever breathed. Of course it may delay our inam^gera,; litjtle-pit iprobably will-and I must'* look lho're to lhy profession'than I . httvo :ovor done hitherto.' w George Elphinstone looked bravely at the enthusiasticface,glowingwith feeling, turned towards him. He had had a longer and harsher experience...

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A Comedy of Errors. CHAPTER 1 (CONTINUED). [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 5 May 1883

. ^Cbiiicily of^Errorfr ,\A I^IUPTEPJ ^GEORGK^Elphihstoiie was uo£al all V' ladiesj man.' He had never in lis life been able to pay small Attentions' >vitlj the unembar-j rasscd lightness of a practised cavalier ;i rather were they coupled with a clumsiness which made them marked and disconcerting.! He had already been sufficiently disturbed! by SG{einfj?thj8. dazeyng"apparit^u enthroned! amon$Vflii&: friend'^ dusty afia' ra^ely-tfpcnedj law-books, and his coufusion was completed! j by her startling request. , ,, , t ] , < He did not know how to set about;, lii'sj ;'task-the cabinet was clearly too : high for him to give her his hand for a jump; ' He looked round for help, but Wilfred was audibly -washing, JUH. Jjonds yi",tlj.e,, father room. Mr. Elphihstone drew a long'brcath of perplexity and . submission, and then, - ;<5l$ppingf.-tbe fajvy, ^ftist/mhiphL Jiis hands , "-almost spanned, he placed Flora safely on "the floor. '' She ^thanked Jbjirn ,d...

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PENRITH POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, MAY 1. Before Messrs. Single Lethbridge, and Duncan, J's.P. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 5 May 1883

PENRITH POLICE COURT. (V.,-v : :TUESDAY, MAY Bb'foro : Messrs. Singloi ' Lotlibnclgo, and Duncan, J's.P. . . . . , I«oi\ non-appoaranco ol one. inebriate, a warrant, was ordered to bo issuod. ! : ' .Church and School . Lands Inspector v, Patrick; Goglan. For .removing from 0. and S. LandB ono .tr.oe;. ; valued at Is. . Plea guilty. . ' Defendant was finod 5s," value of tree, Is, costs of court, 8s 4d, foo for one witness, Os.r Henry Collins 'charged with employing four men, who trespassed' on Church anct1 School I Lands, and removed four trees vaUie'd at Is each, pleaded guilty, and, was fined Is ; value' of trees,' 4s; costs of court, . Os; 4(1; -ifoes Tor two witnesses, 10s. . Williami ;Hj?nes cliargedi with trespassing: on Patrick Coglau's propovty at Rooty Iiill, on the 20th ult.1, and,'romoving 2 loads dead; Vo'od, which' lie (complainant) valued at 14s. ;Defendant. pleaded that lie was employed by John Phillips; who had given Turn autho rity in ; writing to remove the said tim...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 5 May 1883

WANTED SLKHWCB GKTT.1C11S, for (ho Goitlburn lo Oooma linihvny. Timber^ sound and plentiful, with splomlid camping ground' Highest rate of wages. Apply on I ho spot to J AMHS LIN DSA Y,Wingollo, : ^ f ' ' or, ..... > * -' : . " "1 V'TOIMTAM, ANGU.Sj'& Co.,/-," .ioppa Cnmp, nonr (ioulburn. , J'oiu'lth., T710JI SALE.-Ri'O acroa at Jlwjgoii Forest, ltosl> Jj dencoand.partly cleared,. . Apply rW.l1.. aJCOLLESS, , ;i;d , .. Jligh'-strcot. i Eon SALE-rPoiid ['/'miber, on 2000 acres at Landillo lioai' l'uiirUli. Ajiply T. 11. Smith. 251 "T71011 SA" ^JCijLflit Allotments, good,.position' Jjt A°frnW*A> '-Towii.4- Cltcnp;1 Towns.' Apply A Co Hess 10 ' "rPop.'Salb'."! ..' ! LIVE SNAKES, three diU'cronl kinds. ,S, ;dosling,' Castlefeiigb, otNepcqnVl'ime* OlHeS; ' , 551 "TCfiCfBI OJS.-Any i>ur^c«»s found' trespassing oiiMny _LN i i Farm wHlibe; prosecuted;' George yYndi'cws; GiwUfcvo'ngii.' fU< H,' '<.>.4 ? ..4-4» i ; NOTrOH.-Any person found trespass...

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SMALL DEBTS COURT. TUESDAY, MAY 1. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 5 May 1883

! SMALL .DEBTS-COUilT. ' . ' j .,J/1r..,^oKSDAYH^Y;!l:v!'^ j/V * Bittoriliorg v. M'Doaald. "Gpocla solcl,,JJ,4 ] "SB. Voi'diotifoi* plaintiff. . Exponses; 15s; 5a. - . i . M'Gann.v; Andrews and1 Stanton. G00ds|H0ld, Alii. t"' !. ' ,M pbfondant's ploaded not iudobtod ilio W.hol'o ivnionnt. \ ,, ". v Debt partly provod arid a verdict given'for plaintiff for £2.68, costs,>9s Od; ono witness, 5s.'-; i . ' ' s;'Arthur Phillis v..;]$.-<iM,Grogoiv Labour done, £5 17a" Del, .Yoi/cjict for plfl-iijtiff, $1 2s. i; v ;? ; " !> Froebnrn v. Adnmai Fivlao accusation,' Two witnoaaooa,lbr proaocution.Not shown that plaintiff's cliaracitor. was in any way injurod by ronmrks passodi'hfiving reforonce to plaintift' stealing throe posts, Yordiot for, . (lefemlaiVt, . .A Non-Sfcayoiv-'. And how does Olmrlio lik'6'going to school ?" . kindly. inquired tlio good man of tho little six-year-old lioy, who was"*!waiting with a tin can . in his hand, tho ad von b of* auothor dog, . " I like go...

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 5 May 1883

COMMERCIAL.. Mossr,-;. Kiulmnls iii awl Nixon (succesiow to Messrs 'J'. It. mid 8. Sinilli) report (lio following siiIim oil Wednesday, the 2ml inst.. IImIcj Oat liny, -Is Oil to fis Sil lliindlu 0«t liny, Hn llil to lis Oil Lueerne Hay, 'Is lil to Is (id i Handle .Straw, its (ill to Ms 1 III liiilu St raw, its Od to !)s Oil Wheat May, -Is Id to "n (id Wheat and Oat Hivy, Is !lil:lo iis Id y Clintf.Slrnw, -Is Od lo -1 <2il . * ChnlF, mixed, is Oil-to -Is'itil ; f ClwlF. ojitcu. Ih -I'i to '..?'?Od, j J, " i AVlioj'it,'i>s 111 to "is (id' " ' , <? Oals, isoeil, 2s (id lo 2s ltd Onts, feed. 2s !>d to tfs Oil i Corn, 2s 7il lo lis Id 1 Pulatoe<, !!s Od to Is 2d Ilran, Is to Is lil T f-'-j '/T-'-jCj . ! l'lour, .-Clii Us lo'.CI!! 15s ''' Pojlnvd, lid (o Is ; Pumpkins, Is (iiVto tts lil '1' Turnip*. Hs (i<l to Is Od . liillet Wood, 10s (IQ'lo'.liis Oil . > ? ' . >. * ; Iliuiillc, Wood. 12s ltd lo I!)s (id . >? Foot. Wood, lUs Od ...

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PENRITH MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 5 May 1883

{PENRITH MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. THE ordinary fortnightly meeting of the above Council was held in the Chamber on Thursday evening. Present-His Worship the Mayor, and Aldermen Crosj, Long, C. Evans, Price, Paskin, and J. Evans. MIKUTES. ; The minutes of the previous meeting were read and adopted, i MOTION FOR IADJ0URNMBNT. Aid'. Paskin moved the adjournment of the Council on account of the following paragraph which appeared in the Nejican Tiiiies of 21st ult.'namely:-"Alderman Price thought the tendency of the three Aldermen pointed tci disrespect. Ho did not approve of such cbnduct, and the Mayor should put his thumb 011 it." Ho thought it quite out of place, and the expression should be withdrawn! Aid. Price roitterated his remarks, and would hot withdraw tho expression. Aid. Cross spoke briefly to the question, ? and suggested that the matter be taken 110 further notice of. . Aid. Uross suggestion was agreed to. COUnESlloNDENCK. A: lotter was read from Mr. P. Levy, com plaining re an ...

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