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THE IMPORTANT PERIOD OF MAN'S LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 12 May 1883

. THE. IM.P.OUTAN'j^ PERIOD OF-.-MAN'S jUKE. 'Fnosi4tiiie ago of forty to that of sixty a man who proporly regiiktfls himself may bo con sidered 111 the! prime; of life. His mature s^oiigth pfcoiistituMoii renders liiijn almost impervious to the highest attacks of .disease, and all the functions are in order. .1 Having gone a yoar or two past sixty, however, he arrivos, at the critical poriod ofoxistence; tho river of death flows before him, and he remains at a standstill. But athwart this rivor is a viaduct, called the "Turn of Lifo," which,' if . crossed in safety, loads to the valley of . " Old .Ago," around which river, winds, and then flows without a dout)t"Df causeway to affect its passago. Tho bridge is, howevor\ constructed,:, pf': fragilo materials, and it depends upojl: how it is troddoja ' wliotlior' it bendsor brteaks:. Gouti apopltfxy, and othor bad1 maladies aro also in .the vicinity to waylay tho traveller and thrust him from the puss.^but lot him gird up.

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DEATH OF MR. EYSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 12 May 1883

Wb regret tp dunfcunfce Abo death of Mr. C. J: i Eyston,... bf HeladilW *House, Wantage, which occurred early on Monday morning last.. The deceased^ gentleman caught cold from getting wet whilst hunting on Satur day, Kfjb. lQtli, but lie did not feel any serioip ^l-efllujt&J from it at the time, arid only dastlW edsesday he took a journey'to Salisbury witW^is eldest son, for the pur pose of placing him at the Agricultural College wear tyre. During the tjgfy ho be came ill aifcMreturned to Hendred1 House, ?and. Mr. W.^B H. Barker, of.WaiTtage, at teuded^hkn^ira ^liuysday; and so seriouB was_ the his illness that Dr. .Herman V^aher, F.'ErGJ^J- of Grosvenor Street, London, was telegraphed- for, but the constayt^ attention of the two medical gentlemen was unavailing and their patient breathed liiS'Iast* shortly after midnight on Sunday. The deceased gentleman was born in November, 1817, and was a magistrate of the comity, having been appointed in 1848, and had resided at Hendred...

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CHAPTER III. CELIA'S EYES ARE OPENED. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 12 May 1883

)h)v.il) 0ilJ fii M.vGHABTERXIL'' : CELIA'S BYES ABE OPENED. The prettiest room at Tlio Limes was the '''breftkfastiroorn; ' Its 1 French1,"windows, ad joiningi ft rustic' porch 'over which 1 roses, jessamine, and clematis twined in friendly rivalry, opened on an old-fashioned flower garden, whose beds, bordered with turf, and intorsooted by gravel paths, were crowded iy/wit(h,e^yGeJfpci?ntod. flowers,, mUBk, mignoh . etto, stocks, heliotrope. , ! ! Inside the' deep porch wore neatly-con* fcrivdd brackets, 011 which ktood geraniums, fuchsias, and other brilliant plants, and from the top hung a largo gilt cage in Iwhioh ,peji^|.faypiu'ite canaries chirped merrily. v' 'TMjy 'could hot how' win' ti smile from,! thoiliiieautifiil miotress. , ? , Oelia poured out her father's coffeo, ans " weripd when he was inclined' to talk, and sang lais' favourite songs'when he asked 'for music; they walked and rode together as usual, paid visits, and received friends; the " letter " of their lives w...

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A Comedy of Errors. CHAPTER II. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 12 May 1883

. .". '. ^^(Joiafelly 'of''EirorsT^*'"": CHAPTER II. ELPHINBTONE liad been through the fire him self, and the ordeal had left him a little hardened and roughened outwardly, per haps-with little care for, or belief in.tlio graces of life, but with readier sympathy for the griefs and needs of others. ' 1 t,. rFor Wilfred lie had even womanly tender </, H'e(0S,and.pationco. He did not remonstrate with his anger. He would busy himself for hours with books and papers, nover ob ? trading questions or condolence, when it ' Btlited the younger man to reman at liotrffc ill moody silence. Ho would walk with him the whole long summer night, through city streets or dreary suburbs, or where tho. moonlight silvered even the mtirky-Tlialiics, and made old CliolBea doubly picturesque. -Ho .showed .no yes?ntmenfc, and felt none, 'tmen Sometimes hid 'companionship was un graciously accepted, sometimes querulously rejected. - N*t. No--I will ' neither quarrel nor let you quarrel, Wilfred," ...

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CORONER'S INQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 12 May 1883

; -v ? | '{^ORONER-S INQUEST.;: AN jnquest was commenced! on Wednesday 'ffifcfoefera ^?r' J* K. sLethbridge,> District Coroner,* and a jury of twelve, to enquire into the circumstances connected with the Bomewliat sudden demise of Mat.ildn. John ,B0U,«wif0r.0f,William.Johnston,.which event took place at' 1.80 a.m. on Tuesday, let instant* rfujrtly. after child birth.,f «"f By 'order of the Coroner, a* ?.post mortem examination v/asjield at. 11 ^a.m. :,ou_tho WT^DHT Olay^i'th and" Bond7 and after the preliminary, evidence of/William John ston had been taken},tl/e Coroner adjourned the inquest'until 2 p.m. on the following Friday.' ' William Johnston sworn, deposed: Am a fr|uit dealer reiBiding at High-stree^Penrith; havb^Been ^the deceased'! body. of lMatilda, Johnston, which Irecogniseas that ofmy late wife; Bhe was 26"yearB l'of 'age'; Blie /was first token ill at 7 p^m., on Monday 80tli ultimo, com bining jofji pains in liisi^choBt; "Kwenl' for Mrs. Millen wlio is" a midwife re...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 12 May 1883

rn UXI lp* .ni;o iiort i*'-1'nlvlict ll't'llUld > i j s vn wiijuud: \imvUi«ilni*T>ti4ll£ 't<> 1*3 Vcsnvitli, " , i -lil'i'i .i.')i| I AOUKSWiiwo Laud jnjkil, Mib-flhMflwV I \J i ljitr<4H»r mili lauilwiauo: l»tt i>(Alto A|,)y|; .I!MI f I ^ " l'curitli. WAN-TED SLEEKER GETTERS, for the Ooulbuiy td Cooma Bnilway. Timbqir jsomltf , ajjd.irfeiiyful/wiJ^Olcndid camping grouud Highest rat/ ofiw«s. ^ypTyjiiiWbo'Bpot to ..1.1, ir " JAMflT r^fNWnigcllo, ; ; ? !;!ij 5(52 in;!' TQPITAM, ANGUS, & Col, ' ! Joppa Camp, near G<Julburn.' 7|OR SALE.1-100 ( J douce kndpart' JK'j II /lo'.'l {83i"i !. m'.'Forest, Resi High-street. )U SALE.'-Kight #l6tAi'cuto, good position, 'Jftmlflim'Town. KhcA^Turnis. Ajrply A .CJildssivil oi i. ;M(! j! different kiudi. > S. jJTda Jt itHuisA Office., Tenders. 1 '''A-'RlT^SMquircd'for tlicfollwiiig timjiei^iher in .xiui Is^erokkjlii ol' ftil -in one.'1 Teuton- to "state |w)i(it (junutity^Wio dclivw'vsdi:-r- ?jr li...

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PENRITH POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, MAY 8. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 12 May 1883

PENRITH POLICE COURT. ? . TUESDAY,\MAY 8. i Before Dr. Bond, J.P. .Throe person's for ovor-imbibing, and for other ordinary offences, contributed an aggregate sum of forty two and six penbe' towards the revenue. BefojJo Messrs';. Single and Lotlibridge, J.s'P.\ \ I ' ' . The adjourned case of Coglan v; Hynes, for .illegal removal of timber from, complain ant's land, postponod from last Tuesday, for the production of certain documents, re lative to an agreement between Coglan and another, for purchase of the said timber; wtfs heard. ' - ! . John Phillips, on oath, stated: The docu ment referred to in his former evidence, had been applied for by liim-, to Mr. McNab, the prosent pfficial assignee, but itcouldnot be found amoiqg'liis (deponent's) papers, lodged in the'-Courfc at -tJjQ time of liis in solvency ; Mr.' Sandeman was then in chargei of his estato; lie requested Mr. MoNab'to attend, or send a representative, in the abscenco of the paper, but ho could not, owing to press of bu...

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 12 May 1883

'w"r?$MfrftCIAL, | ^ MtUsm.11 i 1 ehnrilstiii1 kiul Nt xoii; fyrnoooMfi6i?( td, Malk ,SIS',-lU.$wf<l $| 1 fyuH1i()(ilijo jfoll^>yi^g*' faWdrtf Wednesday, tlio jlitli iiist." ,k r j-.'-taillJ ifBllt HV.of n; i(, ?lliuullu Oat Jlny, ?SM|rlJto[.|IS)'lcl«l;l'.i-.l,-!,n! i.,, Luoorno Hay, !)h i)d to'Is Od ; .i \(, Uuiidlo Straw, lis ud to Hh lid l )l llnlo,Straw, 2s lid to 8st;tdvf-ioW n-i!'i l>v,f. Wheat May, .)« 2d to 5s ll'il ..' Jmn U> ^w" ~: """ tsJW/irJLXf IT., Chuff, onion, r« -Id tow 2d W» ?Hl .Wheat, (is Id .to 5s lid .yul!/. .OiiW/ffiio'd, 2nfkii t'a 2.4uod'(l no -f.yjjwlfl i S&SWSftW* ' ' " -i;1', Polatom, Hh lid l.o -IN,(Id . r . , , . * 9<mn|'i|jtto'.HMd' ))(>'!yyil'.ib unoo.*.} h.h .Jtj« Pumnkln9t-,1« <Jd,to !1b Od r .» : ... Turnips, Ha fidjtq"H* ild, ( ] V - ! 'nnioi.fwonivni on i to ins m- M -M , . :m. i llu'hdlo Wind, Via Od to 20a W ^ ^ 1 , Fool; Wood, Il.ii0d,to,17s Ofl, I n.r;m 1 l'cfsl* i/ii'dl ItalKVJillt llm' lb...

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RESERVE FOR ACCESS TO RAILWAY [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 12 May 1883

RESERVE BOB MESS TO RAILWAY y ITIS notified^ ill tlio (mxette that $10 ,under* .mqntipnod^ land At '.IJlackheatli, on *'thV "Weatorji Lin<Lkas .tioeia'i'eser^oicl from; sale'' for acoess 'to, cue railway, via ir-r , ? County of Cook,1 parish,of;Blaeldieath, area; about 2 acres. Tlio crown,lands .within ' the following" l)biindaries :' Commencing at the intersection of the northern ? fence of the Great Western Railway liirio 'with'the : west, boundary'of portion No. 10, John O'Neill's 81'acres, and bounded thonce on the east by part of the west boundery of that portion boating nortli to . tlio. easterly''prolongation of the,souther 11 bouudary. of jportion,No. 1^8 of 5 acres roods ( 88 perohos ; on the north wost,by a,liue partly forming the southern boundary of, that portion bearing 88 degroos ,5b;,:minutes,i, west,- 'to , the railway, fence aforesaid ;. and'tlieucoiby that .fence' south-. Oottstdrlyj ? to the point ofoorinnoncomout,-7-as. shpwn on plan catalogued If.: l-...

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WHAT GIRLS SHOULD LEARN. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 12 May 1883

WHAT GIltLS SHOULD LEA UN; J3y all mcaus lot girls learn how to coo]r What right lias a girl to marry and go .into, a house richer., o'wnjunloss sho ltnows how,^ superintend "every branch of housekeeping,.: and sho cannofc; properly superintend ; unless, sho liag had sqmo good useful kno\yledgo herself." Almost every man marries wiiho,vj{>(. thinking whether the woman of his j cljjpico, is capable of cooking himKa meal, and i^'.is a, |p\ty lio'ij sliort-sighted, his lioaltlii lii$ [cj^ijnlnees, and ijidoqii^ii/suqpoBS ,in, ljfq depends "in a great'measuro', on the .Jcinq. of, food ho oats ; in fact, the wliolo household is ii}flueneed7/by-'<its.>:diet;> -Feed) thevfy joh fried calce, fried meat^liot bread, and; .'ptlior indigq^fcijiic {yi^n<|s/'$ay by day, and j ,t|joy, will soon need rried'icino to make them j^vell., A man.will-ifcalio i alclioln t'6 countforacji^.the, evil effects of such food, and the wifo'Mfind Johlldren must'bo pliysiblrtdfi t Lot...

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BLACKTOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 12 May 1883

BLACKTOWN. ;.(BY A' CAUSAL COltUBSPONDKNT,)' ON Monday, night a. serious accidont hap pened afc'tkis station, to a middle-aged man named Thomas G-arvy, who was a passenger by the-guard's van! ? At; "a siding near the station the train shunted to connect other :truci:s, and' for that"purpose about' twenty trucks^ were disengaged in addition to th'o guard's van. From some unexplained cause the detached contingent ran through the pointsj and'ran down the siding at1 such a rate as to precipitate. a portion" of the carri ages over a 20-feet embankment. The man Garvy.was, duringr this escapade of rolling stock, in the van above mentioned., . but strange; to' .relate1 he escaped'with but fow injuries.. His own statements were, that lie becamo -aware of ail increasing motion on the part of the train, but before he had timo to consider the cause, his head was driven 'by j force; against the roof"of .the apartmont, and ho remembered little further until lie regained consciousness in the hospi...

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THE TRAMP AND THE DOG. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 12 May 1883

1 '? -*? THas %H-P DOG. 'Aiuiq,;ilonesoineiloQkiiig dog'isat jit a gate of a liSusd^oni iOasaavGiiuo ' yeaterdnyioliiB ,dj'es /tefute1 itiid'lii? 1 bpcly fliak-t Ifolcl." £rala]c>»"Hvlio"'"HibQ!11 iieitliei*. ^ovqr-»Jifctirisi" andTWhose barq, itpes peopod tlii'oi^i liiij booD^ was making his way up tlio strdtj't'iii, sdiii'ol'i'of'ilio- 'right" kind of a sidG;e3>^'aifcq>.;;whon ho OBpied. tlifr'dog, raw crossed .over and said: " Well uo\y.y> this is an uncxpoctod pleasure! Upon my ..soul, I'liave-found dhfe'livilij thhfg- Sn.&iiiiis TOWii1 f*'°5 tears, . man. .e tlio« ikos,.^ ...lUi.'S U.AU Jim AA.lUAJtt VllU « \Tlio tlbgl6dftdd- at him through his bm'Md noth4iig!t(fi'8ayi/A'1 ,y\ Tougi], "igii.'fc iii,?'^., coiitiiiuod tlio /.".-riook oltli and/M'spptXyj ,a«tl |,yo,u a homeliost dog I ovoi' saw. Thafc - st .fratoriml ohovd,<and Ayo luoot, pn a lovcl. . I lift-^eh'i l'ia'd1 a snuavo'HioAl rbr ft'wool Hqiuu'o'itioal fbr tt 'WGclk, and you liavou't* ;:s...

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MISCELLANEOUS. A GOLDEN WEDDING. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 12 May 1883

MISCELLANEOUS, A' DOLDEN AVJl/DDlNG, , ,, . WE haye received a opy of'Tlut, Lake Country Patruit," published at > Waukegan, . Illinois, which.gives an interesting account; of the celebration of tho Golden Wedding of Mr. and Mrs. William Besley, a closo re lative,of-Mr,' 'Besley ,of Penrith, who formerly live'd at^Ensfe, IT6iMi,pd,..aW'\vliio;had: a lai-go number,'of jrejativbs and friends still residing in that' village.' Tlie journal: imentioncd above says'-On Fridfty of last week (Decem ber 29) occurred the fiftieth anniversary of _tlie wedding of Mr. and Mrs. Bosley, of this city. , r A'large ^lumbor of invitations wero issued to friends and relatives to bo prosont on the ocoassion, and nearly, alb either in the afternoon' or during the evening were in attendance. f Several from ...more .distant points made their calls during the day, and in the evening the assemblage was very largo. It was remarked by many that this occasion .brought;more vividly to mind the times of :thirtyr...

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HAD HIM THERE. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 12 May 1883

HAD' HfM TJIJSIU'J. . Sippherd.-bou'ijyou lcuo'w, my boy, that 'it i^^fekod-to fj'sh oil the'Sabbath! day? .Thbre^iffii&n- All-seeing ioyo' that /js> watohing you.";/1^,-" ' i « j ' . :-'-Stv'ftj^Hden.-4r-Ift ithore. . though-jevery .whore1>|MlV"i Xh ?- _.,ir.v.r i'/,.! ^^Sheplwa.,~yes,'.niy lad: everywhere. Stray 'She'epl-Oaiiut aee mother ) a-cook iug'ih'lthd back ldtchon'?'' !. ,, Shephord.-YGS,myl'bo'yi'^ ...*<"1'/* -SN .?> Stray.Sh.e6p.-H-®liat,8ia'lio, now, 'qoa ''we-: ain't got aback lutohen;? i ;? ?-f r r r» ji . f. J > i -MellxmrwPUnclt? , , . I V:i .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 12 May 1883

CORRHSPOH DENTS will save both theraselvc and those connected with this journal » good <deal of trouble by observing the following'1-rules: Qorreipondence, intended- for .pjjJjlication in our newc columns, thould be nddrassed to the editor, while advertisements add .busiuMs communications should be s^<^hevjOTpn'etoiv '\ ' ; While rre tluill vc glad litany'timeto rcccive for publication itejn" of local'interest, \frc'!shall freely nae our privilege of excising any offensive allusions' to private individuals. Libel-writing is such-an extremely expensive luxury, that we cannot afford ]to »haretb|witlia4yonb.clHe;fi;:;'!?{f. il' ''' ' Advertisements, .,cxccpfc_ those 'coming from subscribers' ;and/responsible '.persons, must be paid for in advance.. i I AlLcommunicationsmuHtbeaccompanied by the 'real namiWi'd acldrcss of the sender. '. , , iCach l)tie u]),tp live Cpor lino) 6d ' Onie inch -8si.' : vj ,t Kacli succeeding,inch ;.*ls 6d<V3 . /.Births, death...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 12 May 1883

Site jpqMitn . k WM IBBEHT ?' r . . MM . FOti .i'SCE.E'JilOJr'LEl. , Published' every Saturday Mpmng-. . CONTAINS loading articles on jfcho prominent . . questions of the day ;,\thelatest local >ri'ows','' and (telegrams; ...ftumoprous, extracts" j from, American journals'; special correspondence and' the latest Sydney Commercial riewB, 1 '. Subscription 2s. Gd. per quarter, in advance. : ?'NfPE'ftK TfMEs'b^FipEi i; High-street, Pemith. f .. j ll'cpemx tec's \^} ; '<H|Specisti; Jobbing Department^:/ riUHB proprietor of;thafflepean-Tinm is pre-. JL pared to exeontoiprh^Jig of every descrip tion, v. Posters, buswessj.c&vd8,,4?ilWiea(iBi; pro.T gramnietf,^o; }*^m^^ut .at the shortest notice ; with neatness and disp'atchi \ , j / Charges as low as possible.''' Estimates furnished. L: E N N 0 X ' S HAY , A N.D . COR iirGH-sritiw: A"' LL kinds of PKO STORE, TH. always on Hand s. '?$. w« STILL CONTINUES riRST-CL THE very host i^fttBiialiAiabd guaranteed dti/thl' Bhcjr...

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LOCAL, NWES. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 12 May 1883

L66AWNEWB^ ANOTHER robbery is reported firora Mulgoa,' but particulars are uot yet to.liaiid;> THE Hawkesbury Agricultural Show was" a decided success on the opening day, Thurs day. We learn that"'th^terper of Mr;"Jafties' Evans haB been acoepteHfr the -additional fgirlBlschool.' I Amount pnKnder|;£1510. A PERSON was fined £5, at'the Police Gourt-on Friday last,^ for 4ea\ing-tr"train while invniotifth. ': ;H?{!-. , ! . .. iPeinritli'footballers are''very; backward in coining forWard'to practice.' '' T^eyhaY6 n0 excuse to'make'now, as they'havWa nice 'g^]^d;,and\'^c^tl4njg[.!in''6rde^ THE business at,the Police Qourt on Mon day consisted of a few charges.for drunken ness which rwere( ordinarily dealt with. ; j'j^>N extraordinary imeetingrpf / the, Council will be held in tiie.4Qliamber, on Friday 25thv mst. ,to consider appeals againstthe assess*^ .mei^tB';tty the rec'ept VfthiatioriV' *-! ; It\is:, "probable thaK further i application will be made for a license for the premise...

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The Aepean Times. Published every Saturday Morning. SATURDAY, MAY 12. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 12 May 1883

^^T'\PubIi8hod ov'ofy Saturday Morning. V3~\ SATURDAY, MAY 12. ! -v _ | CONSIDERABLEindignation Ijis felt! 'and.ox-, i pressed by'thoso concerned, with reference I to the refusal of a publican's license for the f conspicuous ""jmilding; itf Henry! -Stroet, i recently Greeted. There are points of1 argu ! mpnt produced by both' sides'on' theiquestion, j and both- are to soino ^extent acceptable. The applicant, put forth that such a house is j urgently required for" the requirements of i the inhabitants generally, ati'd especially, j with regard to persons .requiring! accomo-. j dation:; while. the opposition partios-j-tlio i Police,, and the Temperance bodiesTargue, [ that sufficient for the neighbourhood are the : public houses thereof.. The applicant's | argument is supportable to some extent, j-though-not-in.such-a-manner-as was 'set;. I forth by Mr.'"Wilkinson at the Licensing Court on the day of application. He anathe-' matized.thQ'T?obi?tK }pubJioansUor the man ner in which they...

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MET THEIR MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 12 May 1883

. MKT' 'im 1^ .MATG if. ! .<>»; V! .S; ,\i.r r,.\. I to \Ami5b ic^n young' peoplo-are1 not'fthyays so 'pbfifcibrWth'oy'tinght'to li'd to'tlioir'eld'el'S, and no^v;ahcViliGnVtlieyi:>gcfc:iv,<]ii:etty shavpHetj miudor pi'.what,is duo from tliqm. i rA. yoiing, wan in,iai.k'ftin?n>va^ii makiug fun of a lady's liafc to an oldorly gontloman in the seat wiUi'hihi. " Yes," said hisj soat mata^':tliat's niy' wifo, and I;.told libj if slie> ; JJoiine^^omlp/^idiot j would \u^ai^^n'\pFit.". ',','jliO);yq\uig!. juan^ plijigqcl'. "'ferriage '"tip sqM iis lid'coulcl. '"At' tlio'"ia6xfc*T/station the "olcf ' j t 'gontloman poured oubi bis.iliot; ooffoo into tlio sa,i1o6rv''to,,'coolv! '''.Iiooki'1 m'a," snjclcoring girl, " at,that oldjfashionod way . ofdrinking!1'" iubs,i' said , thoi oldorly gontlomanj'-M..andvib -.was.- old- fashioned uianiiorS -not "to- '.no'8ioov";it."' The^ ^lderly gbutiGi'iiaii 'Sfiiii^lidd' liisjolirn'6yl'in'pouco.

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HE WANTED TO POSE. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 12 May 1883

. i JUS WAN'I'iiiJ ;'J'0 POgE. ' a 1 / ., / -- i i i 'A «ic^Di;NTAof/Piirk.sfcrootj]iad Ja Jplioto grapher come up tho other day for the purpose of taking a view of his residence, and tho man of the camera had just got in position when along camo an old coon with a buck-gaw on his arm and wanted toj know . what was\W >. " GoiiigNS photograph tho 'house*" was >*tliG roplywJ \ \ v j ' " Then I guess I'll poso," remarked? tlio old man. j | | j " I'll take a position at tho left 'of'the gato and represent the statue of Industry." The members of tho ramily camo out ai:d( arranged themselves, and tho man | called out. , t , .. f i. 1 ""'"jHeroivpld mim'ilyoti'^nt to got out of tli'af!" f | f *»"i<3an;?tij ropro&frt Industry. "No, sir!" " Oan't I stand over thero and represent llia£iness ?" ' ! * ' " No, sir! Wo don't want you in the group at. all." 0. : .... Lpiniile Viapi'oequt tho Sleeping Beauty." "vYou-go "awtiy-l"-' j Ho drow off to ono side, tho passing] toa...

Publication Title: Nepean Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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