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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 31 March 1882

(Lato Eoyal Ual<\ . - ; v99 George-Street, Eaymarket, , SY(DJfEJ. WSLLIAM wAILNifi, Proprietor. WINES, Spirit*, ni'd Beers, of the best qual ity.' nlwoys in stock. ' Tlio best accommo dation for'couutry visitors. . A R ? fH i . M' L A G B L A N. J3 B Otr HMJST.N I^VEHY accomodation^foiv.. yi> itors and j \ best of liquors always kipt/in stock. EIGH-STEIET Penrith, ) p p osi-te-Jud gos'- -store-and-next.:Lang!s_ Baleen). AH \_/ -- . - -- , prices s'rictly mod rate. Small goods always on hand. * . N.B.-No scrap cart kept. ORDERS pnnctutl'y attended to. Goods of the beat. quality ami ? Q \\- ,"nnAa nlwn< / / A.GRGCOTT, Copperplate, Litho graphic and 1'sesWM'Mss.s mjMm; 11, BATHUEST - STKEET, . SYDNEY fcjt .Defy Oompetition. . T- R. & S. SMITH, AUCT IONEERS AND Commission .Agents, C9»j-:;CJEOK4SE - STREET, SYDNEY. Hold Sales as follows : Darling Harbour: Cvorj Day-Wood, post, rails, &c. outlays, ) Hav, com, whoat, oats, flour, 3Mdayfaya> j a»d...

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The Aepean Times, Published every Friday Morning. FRIDAY, MARCH 31, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 31 March 1882

Published every Frida^' Morning'. FitiDAY,;MAncii 3r/ 1882. = THE' "col'oiiy ,at large cannot but dwell .witli pr jdo-, on" the: gracious and- hosr pit able reception {accorded^, to our Premier, first in America, and at the present time" in the old'country."'The great republic lias never been behind h ind , ,in. , roqeiving .distinguished'.' strangers with a:;;p^fusG^rgenerosity that;has not in some. ca,ses been ade quately returned. Prom. a com j^ietcial'.pomt^bL'yie^ we. cannot per-. ^iaps-exp^t~immediate^e^ilte,_jiL least in the ^itediStates of America, : with ' h;^ peculiafly strong ideas on the excellence of- -Protection, and the fallacy of (, Free Trade is not likely forahanyt-a^dajr to permit our exports in1 wool or anything else to L enjaaUiflr ports;.free of duty. Soci fally, however, the visit of Sir Henry ' Parkes to'Washington cannot, fail to 1 be of much political importance, and tend to strengthen that: bond of un animity wh ich' should bind all, th e English speaking ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 7 April 1882

\ ^ . (Late Royal Oak\ 699 George-Street, Haymarket, SYCDJtEY. WILLIAM ?WALSH, Proprietor. WINES, Spirits, and Beers, of the best qual ity, always in stock." The best accommo dation for country visitors. ARCH, M'LACHLAN. , JT II JB E08M IjSTJN 'OTSHH. ;> EVERY accommodation JOT visitors and best of liquors always k«pt in stock. EIGH-£^BEET Penrith. Opposite Judges' store and next Langs Bakery).. v r\HI)ERS punctually attended to. All \J Goods of the best quality and prices strictly' moderate... Small goods always on hand. ' N.B.-No scrap cart kept. T A. GRGCOTT, (ngifaver, Copperplate, Litlio D graphic and 77, BATHURST - STREET, SYDNEY .. C^" Deify" Competition.; T- R. & S. SMITH, auctioneers , AND .Commission A gents > SeORGE - STREET, SYDNEY. ' Hold Sales as follows : ^ Darling Harbour: Evety Day-Wood, post, rails, &c. Mondays, ,) Hay oorn wheat, oats, flour, . Wednesdays, ' > tfna all kinds of produce. Fridays, , ) Royal'Oak Sale Yards .. Thursdays-Fruit,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 7 April 1882

ALFEED COLLESS, ^.XJOTIOISriClSR, House, Land, & Commmission AGENT, HAS FOR PRIVA Splendid H imest.ea^ -mid^d^/Between St. Marv's anc Pemi^Lx^aag^fontog'G to Great' !V^raTfcrn Roa^jmd Railway Line, 63 acres first^Ias ( Land, subdivid«d into 9 Paddocks,''with good Oottage, containing* 10 rooms, kitchen, tank, hayshed, &c., &c. EAUY TERMS. Also 150 acri/s about three miles from St Mavy.'s (with. liouse of 7 room*), about 40 acres cleared and under cultivation. Also allotments, Penritb, Emu, St. Mary's, &c., &c. ' . 0UT-D00R SALES of any kind conducted on most reasonable terms. CASH ADVANCED on goods for immediate sale. .. . ACCOUNT SALES rendered, and CASH PAID immediately after close of each sale. COMISSIONS .of any kind executed-witlx. punctuality and despatch. I.O.O.F. ' WESTERN STAR LODGE NO. 2% ST. MARY'S, SOUTH CREEK. THE Members of the above Order will celebrate the Opeuing of their Lodge, by having a Procession through, the Town, Athleti...

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The Gardener's Guide ORCHARD AND FRUIT GARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 7 April 1882

The Gardener's Guide ORCHARD AND "FRUIT GARDKN. .. C ^ Titere should be*.no loss of''time in breaking^ up the new land for orchards, as the. sooner - it is .prepared the bet ter. * Tbe work should' be done throng-lily, so as to give the trees the best chance of doing well. The ground . , must be worked deeply,; and when necessary > drainag'o should be provided. Cultivators should bear in mind that the most favour- ' able conditions for growth are a g'ood depth of soil, from which ttie trees can extract an »!? ample supply< of nutriment, while,themafu', ^ .portion of their roots will be well down from';"' the surface; and beyond the influence .ofnpsa dry, parching* atmosphere.. It is- also ad- ;1 jvisable ,to moke/ a careful selection of trees;^ when it is intended to plant an orchard, , there.being* such an immense numborv ofp varieties under culture, many of which differ^ very materially in their qualities, according ' to circumstances. As a rule fruit'-groweis should...

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Rose of Penrith Cricket Club [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 7 April 1882

Roso of Penritli pnokeiClula' ' A MEETING of the members of this club was held on Tuesday evening last afc Mr. Player's B . arding" House. On the motion of Mr. Cross, seconded by Mr. J ustelius, Mr. Howell was voted to the chair. \ The _Chairman said he thought it of no use to carry on the-club, ;as members did not jr.QlL.up_.to,.nmtches. Out of 80 o'dd members it was impossible to get eleven tog-ether any Saturday. In fact not more than half-a dozen of the Railway members turned up at a Saturday meeting'. It was for them now to decide under the circumstances whether the club should be carried on or not. It was proposed by Mr. Justelius and seconded by Mr. Breeze, that Mr, Badcouk act as Treasurer of the Club. Carried. Moved by Mr. Cross and seconded by Mr.; Justelius, that a new .'Committee be formed as follows, viz., Messrs. Howell, Breeze and Colloss. Carried. It was proposed by, Mr., Badcock, and seconded by Mr. Ausburn, that Wednesday be the practice day. Carried. On the motion...

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RAILWAY COMBINED. First Innings. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 7 April 1882

RAILWAY COMBINED. .First Innings. Bo wen .run out ... Hoclg'es c and b Martin _ ... Howell, b Hutchison Breeze, c Dukes ... ... Beudall, not out ... ., 'Btiiley, b Hutchison.. ;Jas. Clarke, b tlutchison W. Towle, run out . ; ... J. Heron, b Hutchison A. Willis, b Hutchison . J. Evans, c Haynes, b Hutchison Sundries .. ....

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Cricket Match. RAILWAY COMBINED V. 2ND ELEVEN OF EMU. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 7 April 1882

Cricket Match RAILWAY COMBINED V.- 2ND ; ELEVEN5 OF ' 'EMU. : ' A MATCH took place; between' the: Rail way: Combined team of : Pimrith\and1 the second eleven of Emu Plains, ozT the* ? ground1 oppo site: Messrs. Nealo-'and^Fulton's store, on Saturday' afternoon1 last.' There twere several spectators . who witnessed" the 'mritbh' ' with much interest. The game was decided on rtlie merits of- the first innings of each team, when the combined team scored 63 arid tlie representatives of Emu Plains 50j'the former thus winning by 13 runs. The batting throughout was tolerably good and the field ing' fair. The' bowling of Messrs. W. Breeze, D; Howell, T. Hodgesj f(>r the com bined team proved exceedingly effective, arid on tho opposite sideMessrsi 'Man yn, Hutchi son, and Hayne's showed ithey1 were not far behind. The match from first to last was a thoroughly well contested one. ? ? Subjoined ai'e the scores ' EMU PLAINS: ' 1st Innings.. , Martin, ,b Howell ....?, ? ,, ... ... 17 Banyan, ...

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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 5, 1882. (Before J. K. Cleeve, Esq., J.P.) BREACH OF THE RAILWAY BYE-LAWS. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 7 April 1882

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 5, 1882. (Before J. K. Cleeve, Esq., J.P.) BREACH OP THE RAILWAY BYE-LAWS. John Robertson was charged, with smoking on the platform of the Spring-wood Station, on the Great Western Railway line. , The CHse was adjourned for want'of a second magistrate, till Thursday week. Charles Mason, described hs a tinsmith, was sentenced to two mou ths in Parramutta gaol, for bogging alms in Henry Street, Penrith. The court then adjourned.

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DOINGS OF THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 7 April 1882

OF 'Wi! lUtf. LATEST BY PUCK, SATURDAY last whs the first of April, sacred; in our m-inories as " All Fools' Day."" Busy-j people like you and I, Mr. Editor, forgetj those life'le incidents of time for /such poor) beggars as ourselves flying' only too fast, audi as a necessary result, we afforded grand sport for the d«*ar playful creatures in,.i>etti-v coats, familiarly known . as,"Our,. Girls;" 'Tis glorious fun for them . to.'.' drag: sinners like your humble servant out of bed at the ungodly hour of six, with' tempting visions of toast, poached "egg's,v^nd coffee, and wheii wit h weary sjeps he' approaches the breakfast table, lie finds only a bit,,of dry bread and a cup of cold wa{,er. 'The laugh is very much on one side' tlieii. I hear'you too, Mr. Editor, were also'cauglit/and'that ; only abour 50 fair spectators witnessed you breath lessly tackle, a;yenerable dame,:who|manag'es a leadingrhosfceli'y in town, in expectation of getting- tlie; 'first tip,about .some%.niurder, ...

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Our Sydney weekly Letter. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 7 April 1882

Our Sydney weekly Letter. No event of particular importance Las tran spired since my last letter. The arrival of H. M. S. Cormorant has created some sensation since ic has oozed out that one of the savages arr« sted, as implicated in the murder-of the Isabelle's boat's crew, was killed during1 a struggle on board ship. ^FThquiry"is"t"oD'o"niade^"iirs' ,"^ffiTaTTjH5y~ the naval head in our waters, viz., Commodore Erskine, and after his report a further in vestigation may be held. On Saturday last, at the Lavender Bay Baths, Mr. Patrick Connolly, master of one of the Balmain Ferry Boats, "was presented with <he bronze medal of the Royal Humane Society, for saving* life at sea. Mr. Connolly in his way, is a perfect Grace Darlsna:, for he is credited with having saved no less than 39 livi s, at one time saving- six, and then nearly losing his own. He has also received several other testimonials of his unselfish philantrophy and braivery. Considerable interest is being caused ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 7 April 1882

LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. T i'taVtED, Ten or"Twelve VV getterstVJPlenty of timb est prices given. Ap reper high nee to TURI St.. Mary's. v NOTICE. A LL Correspondence with regard to Pri J\ vate and Pecuniary matters, must be addressed to the " Manager" of the NBPBAN TIMES. A. COLLESS & CO. kCross Buns 1 Hot Gross & only Hig'h ftrons will please send in order'^a VJHo. 372. Royal Black Preceptj Penrith, MEETSinJE5^B^mperanpe<jHall on Wed nesday, April T3ris^t, 7.30 sharp. F.J&EbL, R.WmT^n. ^^?FEO. CROSS MAN, Jun^Eteft. independent Order of Oddfellows. No. If), Western Pioneer Lodge, MEET*? Ab5JptfIf)eranceHall, every alter n^jje Tuesday at 7.30 p.m. J. WALKER, N.G. W. PRICE, Sec. Pianoforte Tuning and Repairing. MR. E. T, H. FOSTER will be in Pen rith on or about the 20th instant, for the abov^pnrOTse. All orfle® l»Cfc£t the office of this paper will receive prompt attention. E3VSTEH MOHCAYHil // Great At\jaction for th /Njghfc only. .e'/ i bp wi in their...

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Sporting. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 7 April 1882

y Sporting. V I A race possessing- little interest to pedes trians or admirers, but sufficiently novel to to Wo deserving of a-few lines, was decided at Li I lie-Bridge, on January 14. The con testants were all vendors of " lc'rect cards," or more properly speaking, programmes of race meetings, for whose benefit the three hours' go-as-you-please handioap was organised. Epery competitor's sobriquet, was a'i ached to his proper name, and one blest with the uliai of "Oxford mixture" secured first prize; the second went 'Sam the Parter' and the third prize to "Snowdall." Such names as "One Eye Jack," "Big1 Eye Brummy, " "Lumps and Bumps," " Little Arm Denny," Leary Billy," " Tesh the Hatter, " and t% Topsy the Dasher," had either been adopted by, or given to, some of the others. -> A more important item was the race bet ween H. Thatcher, of South walk, and i\V. Franks, a^^rylebone, the winner had to do the b^^^lking performance in 2 hours. Lillie-bn^Bf as in the above, was the spot s...

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Commercial. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 7 April 1882

Commercial. THERE was a good supply of forage and pro duce afc the Darling- Harbour market this morning, The market was well attended, but business was somewhat dull. Lucerne hay, in truss, 6s 3d per cwt; clean straw, in baie, 5s 3d to 5s 8d ; in bundles, 5s 9d to Os per cwt; wheaten husks, 3s 4d to 3s 8d j per cwt; wheaten hay, in sheaves, 6s and Gd ; wheaten and oaten hay, in bale, 7s 5d per cwt; pumpkins, Is 6d to 8s per dozen ; maize, new, 5s 3d to 5s lOd per bushel; old maize, 6s 3d to Is 6d per bushel; oaten hay, in bale, 7s 4d to . 8s- 4d ; in truss. 6d 6d to 7s 9d; and in bundles, 7s 4d to 8^ per cwt. There was a good business done on the wharves, and the sales, considering the in clemenoy of the weather, were well attended. Waranambool potatoes, .£3 to £3 5s; Victorian Onions, £4 to £4 10s; do chaff, £6 15s to £7 per ton including bags,; prime ,-green lucerne sold at £6 ; other samples, £5 to LIS per ton ; new maize, 5s to os 6d ; old do. 6s ; oats 3s lOd to 4s per bueliel:...

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Railway Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 7 April 1882

Railway Time Table. Trains leave Sydney. I. Arrive at Penrith. . ' 9.0 10.48 ,; -; 5.25 p.m. 7.5 p.m. . . 8.0 p.m. , 9.15 p.fia. . - - - < ' Saturday Additional/ . - ' . '><.» 7.0 a.m. , '? \0.15'a.m. - ' . , t\,.< « x.'45 p.m. ' J * p.m. ' J Trains leave'Penri,th J Arrive at^ Sydney. V ? ' 5.20 a.m. \ Pi . 6.45 a.m.', 7.45 a.m. 9.1 j3 a.m. , 4.23 p.m. . >6.2 p.m. . 'Aifi&fiJ. '' Saturday Additional. . ,, ( , 7 .'20 p.m. 8.52 p.m. 4 . ' 'Monday passenger. * 'V'' ' 10.15 a.m.! ' ~11!35 a.m^' A* train leaves Sydno f for Penrith' every Sunday at 12.15 a.m. amvingyin\Penriih at

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South Creek, St. Mary's. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 7 April 1882

South Crook, St. Mary's. THE drought lias, at last, brokeu up ; we have had some nice light showers which have given vegetation a start, There is every . prospect of more rain, aud it is to he hoped we will get enough to fill the -waterholes and creeks. We have had a lesson which should ' j. ,ach us to preserve part of what we get in future. . Sj? I am grieved to report that our talented correspondent of the Mercury has been made the victim of a practical joke. Some wag, knowing how gullible he is, persuaded him . that a person, whom he chooses to designate the'" peculiar man," entertained a desire of getting the name of our town changed from St. Mary's to Guildville.- Our friend, like Byron, loves the name of Mary. The idea , of any person being sacroligious enough to change the name of pretty St. Mary's to Guildville, wa* quite enough to rouse his Celtic ire, so ho at once consulted his mumbo jumbo oracle (the Wrecker) as to what punishment should be inflicted on such a monster. T...

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A SPOILT CHILD. CHAPTER I—CONTINUED. A PRETTY HORSEBREAKER [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 7 April 1882

A SPOILT CHILD. CH APT ER I-'-Co N T IN UED. A PjtETTY IIoRSEBRBAKER 1 Mamma,' cried Vixen, flinging' aside tapestry portiere , and bouncing* into the drawing room, 'here's Roderick, and he a come to dinner, and you must excuse Ins shooting-dress, p'ease. I'm sure pa will. ' Certainly, my dear Violet., replied a p-entle voice from the fire-lit dimness near the velvet-curtained hearth. ' Of course I am always g'lad to see Mr. Vawdrey when your papa asks hiin. Where did you meet the Squire Roderick V * Upon m3r word Mrs. Tempest, faltered Rorie, coming slowly forward into the ruddy glow, ' I feel quite awfully ashamed of my self; I've been rabbit-shooting, and I'm a most horrid object. It wasn't the Squire asked me to stay. Ib was Vixen.' ' Vixen, made a ferocious grimace at him lie could just see her distorted countenance in the firelight-and further, expressed her aggravation by a small crack of he,> whip. c< Violet, my love, you have such star!ling, wavs,' exclaimed M...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 7 April 1882

fiit l MfffilH HS-SPKl&SS^ l! ^ 'O'E'Gc.AS? ' ' IF1 OK. THE FEOE'IJE!. Published every Friday Morning. /CONTAINS.leading,articles,on the prominent \J questions of tiie. day, tlie latest'local news, and general telegram's ; '.^Doings of .. the Daly," by, " Puck " racy and humourous extracts from; .American journals'; special' correspondence and the latest Sydney Comniercial news. .Subscription's, 6d. per quarter, in advance. fiEPEAK TIMES OFFICE, High-street, Penrith. j : , - : - i£ ' ' Wljz JBtgmx %mtw . " Special Jobbing Department. THE proprietors of the Nepean Times are pre-1 pared to execute printing of every descrip tion.- , Posters, business cards, bill-heads, pro grammes, &,c., turned out at the shortest notice, with neatness and dispatch. Charges as low as possible. Estimates furnished. The Loi^&on and Lancashire Fire Insiitai^ce Company jtiL takkpvliilUs^f every description at lowest \(rrewt rates. * D. J. WORBOYS, V, ' Agent. New Zealand Accident In...

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Scientific News. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 7 April 1882

Scientific NewSi Thf proprietors of the Houghton collierips in' Lancaster, in England, are gom-^to adopt ! the electric light for the illamiuatir^gf their mines. i . Por . some time past the rooms and pas sages of the Royal Society have been lit by! Swan lamps. We, unde/stand it is now tP be definitely adopted for the meeting- rooiif and' its approaches. , The lamps are fed M? means 'of one of Siemens' machines. : - ? M The Rev. H. R. Haweis lias h«d foV church in Westmoreland-streefc (St. James')? lit by means of electricity. This lighting was installed by the Paris Electric ' Lioht Compan;;, Maxim and Edison's 'lamps being ' employed. It is now forty-four years since the tele graph was first seen in New York, and one1 company, the Western Union,, possesses actually 350,000 miles of wire. In many churches the experiment has been tried of transmitting prayers and sermons by the telephone. We notice that some trials ; of this nature were made successfully'1 at? Brighton last Sunday.-...

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LOWFR FIRST [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 7 April 1882

LOWFR FIRST Matth ew Hoynes, Robert. Mellon, Sydney Speriee, George Dent, Sydney Payne, George Mertz, Josiah -Hollier, Bertie Smeaton, SarahWillis; Daisy Spence, Muriel Newton, Grace Barlow, Ethel J/elaney, Martha Wood, "Winifred i Hollier. After the presentation of the special prizes, Miss Jane Beatson stepped on the platform and read the following address to Mr. Wiley, the master of the school : " Penrith, 5th April, 1882. " Dear Mr. Wiley, " We, the girls of the Public School, Pen rith, desire on the eve of our departure from you to present you with a slight token of our" esteem and affection. We also wish to ex press; our sincerest thanks for the deep in terest you have at all times taken in us, and though we are about to be removed from under your care we shall always remember the pleasant hours which have been passed in this school. .'Vye, therefore, beg your ac ceptance of the accompanying Biscuit Barrel. Wishing you and your family every happi ness and prosperity, , "We are,...

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