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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 2 June 1883

MARRIAGE             INNES - WADESON. - May 24, at St. Simon's and St. Jude's Church, Surry Hills, by the Rev. George Middleton, Matthew, the sixth son of Mr. Isaac   Innes, of Emu Plains, to Rachel, youngest   daughter of the late Robert Wadeson, of Man       chester England.      

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THAT BAD BOY. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 9 June 1883

': 1 ;;'t i fa't" u'A' ft'iVox o^ 1i©&1 fcli-Sofftff- Wef to your houso thi&imdrili'ri'g ?' said the grocery, man to tlio bad boy,-as tlio youth was firing, liftmen potatoes at'>the iinan- who Hooilocta-'' ;'fenii;bage'id|the alloy1.1'71 :,f!_'--?«<*'i:'/i. . ??.? '<.'i/|'01iV/thby r^^,\skj^:cl Ub sp)VGv :^as' ,anil,| such .'tliipt'S. -Mid, thdytmvp. got pijimbors .an'cl fljoy h'avo" got' pltoiibors and othoriisoeiotyi 'e^ppi'l's1 till; you; cant' rosfe,1 and 'II earne1 'away: 'W-'fe&r' they wbiild Tincl 'tlio sower; gas'.'/an!d .warm my jacket. Bay, do you 'think | it flight, ,^<mi;ai}j;ttliug smoUs "WMly, j.to mysllaj it%WyW»«*« fW «»Y -. ' Wolttimfninfc case? ftiifcjQfjtpn they would hit it right ; but..wliat.do yoii think' is tho trouble ovol*;to lytiitivhouso,' lion-dst l'/ $ i ! Now! d6ii't!ibreath''a''iword ,'of;itto ]ii,'livingpoijl,.'or 'I/ipiit'_ft!"'delfta,',!b'6y 11'_' I'Yod;1 see, Jl'.was)' oypr, to tiie dair,y...

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NOT WORTH THE TROUBLE. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 9 June 1883

'. 'Vr ^ j I' DID you ever think,' aslcB' a1 Paris paper,; ' how many jnale ami1 fejiiale, |ancostoni wore. irequired,|o bring you into the world? First, i'l.t <S^pj3S^vy;;|jtUa*ti elion ld':{\*| iajre' a father.a'nd mothbr'RrWiat' /nakosVtwo, ln\raan beings. Each of the 111 must also; have/, had a father and ""niothor-that makes four human Ea'cli^of tli'ese must Imvo, had'ft fattier and motlibr-that'inak'es eight' 'hfiiiian beings:; JS0 diiNVe'lmiteti{j6'.bftclt for . fifty-six generations, which' brings ' tfsT only"1 to theltimtftof^Olu'ist.i^Tifo calculation tints: .resulted flows' that ISO,286,010,419,234,975 Births niusi, have, taken;, / place, ,'in' oi"der ;to jUringi you,i iutov:the/-.,world^yo,u :WlTe "read these lilies,'' ;' Wo'arb' afraid1 that in' a' .good. many cases the result, isn't wdrtli' all ''this .trouble/,:..;:. ? ^ ?

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A PRODIGY. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 9 June 1883

/ -fj/rt\ m9m\ i JL L.I r iAf J .t.ttz.-J -A f > L B.O. THE birth of an eccentric child in Turkish Kurdistan is announced by the Diarbelrir newspaper. The infant, who jpbjept of interest not unmingled witli^alaTni tf&iill in the neighbourhood, was boriAwith^a beard and moustache, a perfect set'of thirty two teeth, and-with-no-fewei«-thftii-foriy-dis. tinctly formed fingers. Its behaviour from the moment of its biwtli hasfbeen far from4 sat'i^faciory. . It'.is texceasivtilyi iibisyYaf^U violent, and, owing to tho'ei'uel bites in* in flicts on all wliq come within reach of its mouth, it has been,-found necessary to £*?-/ tract all its front. toeth'JjNdtwithstanaing? this disfigurement, the child's appearance is, if not prepossessing, at least imposing. .No-one-wlio -lias-seen-ifc-as-it-lies in-its cradle strolling'its; begrd ai^d pulling" its moustache with' its forty 'fingers is ever likely 'to' fcJr^dt' i't.! '"'Few1 'b'libies ''JiiWi1 ev<p excited greater, int...

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A LONG FENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 9 June 1883

tun. t--vr-; as KO. THE longest lino of fence in the world will bo the wire fence extending from the Indian Territory west across the Texas Pan-Handlo and thirty-five miles into Now Mexico. Eighty-five miles pf jthis fence eayo -Already un<|Le£ contract., ^s course ^yijl be Hn tho line of thoiCqSiidjan river, and it purpose is to stcfp the drift of the Northern cattle'. -It is a bold and splendid enterprise, and will pay a largo percentage on the enterprise^ The fence will bo over 200 milcsMcnj'g. s

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TOBACCO APARABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 9 June 1883

I A i I*lf^tf»V"a if I Thbn shall the kingdom of. Satan bo likened i unto a groin, of tobacco seed : which, though vcxccedin^I)7HSialirboingl;iiatinto'tlrcrgv6und grew and became a great plant, and spread its loaves, ^ankand broad,, so that huge a^d pileMyorms formed a habitation' thereon, r^nd^ftfeapd to pjiss, p tha*course 'of; time, that tire ^on1 of ;vnian^loo]ced upon -It, -and thought it beautiful to look upon, and much rtpbevdeshpd to makei 'lads', loojc ibig, -andv S&.tbcy putikortb. their nandsS and i did cliew thereof. And some it made tioV and others to vomit most filthily. And it ,furth£r'p&mt^ to pates'tjiat^thoBoj who 'cbe^adr It bfecamS woak/'and'< unmanly, - and^saia.i 'Wo are enslaved, and can't cease from jchawi^jg ip>' s-.And.thOj. mouthy o£ that j^cSe eb^laved1 t?ecauip^ifoul; aiiq J^iey wcro $ej|ed ^th^ vJAle^ spitting^; anfl'tney di^ spit, even iii ladies'*parlors, and in the house of the Lords of (Hosts. And the saints of "tlio^Tf...

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UNSALTED RAILROAD HANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 9 June 1883

I. UNSALTJSD -EAILK.OAP, HAN I)S,,,, iTHi5B>3ii4nQt't>iri'g th.al?,th¥ratiroitdjbgyg;like .any; bettor tlian .to. piay a; joke "on a iicw 'traih-li^d.^Ifa^^^ bf his diities with a willing'spirit,, and doo»:<not sp#m Jfco^gxjjeoJ; .Ijovbo ,grorpotp(l» to .gpjnorfd. s Cii>eriii teu ddn ^ r s t IfcjBe, Jfofl] con'-, fine themselves to innoo'entgoko^, likoTsen& iug,hiiii to.,tlie's;pabbose:'Wft0i^a!;b6ii^liiVg^i)in :oi* link,, which lias. boen: heated in tup stove,! and laid intheoorner of'theicar.r -Ho picks: it upij.andvtheu jdro^Sjfit. ^Bjjt^if the now hand 'is' unsalt'ed," and'sli'bws'that it is only1 a matter of ^.tirae! when ' lioJ'is.gbiiVgitp'b'wn, the road, they lay for him, aiid...l)ofor.b. they get through teaching him lio teels small and is willing to adjmit "thaj; there tarp". others tliat'nrbpwortlfy-oflpassinV' notfoe.^jfot long ^Ova"ne\^'lia^'d^vas p\YIH>n 'a^wii^freighP that itms west5 from' Milwaukee1,1 and' the'old hands' dould 'seb1 at:...

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SCHOOL BOARD MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 9 June 1883

SGgOOL BOABDjpgETgflf. g%r ">v <.-/ /; TP F* "I *A#jite$ni& of the DistricijJScbool^qard was Court House1 cj$tjuis t.,. ait ' "ll'.Sfnmock a.m. Members prcfonT-Hon. Gr. II, Cox, Mi*. T. R. Smith, M.L.A., Mr. J. K. Lethbridgo, J.P., and Mr. J. K. ..CIceve,»X,B. The minutes of a meeting held ou the Sell July, 1882.J Weio read|>nd a4qp,ted.f f A lbtter/ dated 10tn* August} 1882 ;Vas* ..road,-, staging that tlie, Minister for-Piiblic 'InsfI-a^ibn~7m(l"cau¥e*d"niquifi'efririrbe''TOffdc into ttyr nrjesont- site^anclv buildings of the,. Scnool^tjPpnj!it£, but u'pjin in spection grout a new site. Land would "bo' resumed for tho pnrposo of making the necessary additions, and that Jin the mean fifeiir'if ' Other correspondence of an unimportant naturo were read:]"/ ;,j 1/ y /. . 1 [/ j p ; Returns ^from the schools at Colytoh',' JljT&gai 1^e^iji|jvillie,y J3J)? 'ijMafyfsQC^tlo reagli,"Upper and Lowdr,^Penrith,' Ei'skine Park;iaui tRooty Hill,were .presented,, ...

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SUMERBREEZE AS A JOKER. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 9 June 1883

. . SUMEIIBIIKEZB AS A JOlCKll. Olp Sumerbreoze is a practical joker of the worst kind, who never lets au .ooportanity slip to make one lmppy- Tho other aftei noon, when the'sultry hot atmosphere made everyone sleepy, lie dropped m a. 10 ,.^1! shop to get shaved. The toneonal,aitist was stretched at full length in bis chair, nozing peacefully, with the calico-spiead thrown over him to lceep off the hungry flies. Summerbreezo gazed on the slumbering man of tonics and oil, and seeing that his sleep was sound, quietly purloined the tonic and bay-rum bottles, and slipped out of tho shop. .. , . , , "" " Next door to the barber s shop was a saloon, and into this he stepped with the bottles in his pocket. Tho bar-tender was ' in tho back end of the saloon, watching a eaino of pool, and before ho got. behind the bar to serve old Sumnierbreezo a glass ot beer, the aforesaid old villain had exchanged the barber's tonic and bay-rum bottles for the bartender's bottles of absmtlie and bitters. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 9 June 1883

>?> . ..iii'l* 'lu't ? ''T yCS' TfS'i*! ' ;t|Ti 'In 1*1 .*vXmI'3v -V (I I jOOBNE^ pr High AND (\yOPpRIRFE-BTREKTSi -^iffers.^Sp^Qi'al,;Inducc»mexLts!' | .i'l: "l/'llv ?, > i. < <; !, Notice-hiS'prices'for i ' HI ! 1 i '.:<<: fM J ' I .! ' '?'"©3 Special. Lines '. 111 i ladies' Dress Materials ' ' LOW I'JUOJCS^ FIIlS'l'-CLASS QUALITY, Stays from 2s per pair Largo assortment1 of Fisehues from lid each . 25 per cent under cost. of best quality at prices unlieard ;of . ' : in the district.1 .-i ; / ; , B]NiBROii3Hli^XJB8 ] FroiriliOd.per dbken yards.; 'ALL OTHER CLASSES ' Clarke's' best sowing',' .cotton, 200 partis, lid per dozen. . j Boys' Tunics,' Is "each.'' j Ini?; trwaiji ,:!i Crewel Embroidery Silk, large' "^Stcfek3 iftPYclioose froni/ ?^ d - per . :.skein^ or, lS iQdrper^oisen.;; ; r .;J : ?>![7ij/i In,!i .< 1., j S^pin( Silk of every ' color,< 4d>j per : 'idbzeil.; i ."'.Vj 'V'ii'mv' I it Lare; Sto...

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PENRITH POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, JUNE 5TH. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 9 June 1883

.11 I '?'! I PENRITH POLICE COU&T. ..I; « ? H. (I -1111* »r. TUESDAY, JUNE 5TH. ".>: ? !r JBcjforo "Moasra. Single, Lothbndge, j and ,'Dpp^an, fts'P. " " | i iiWilliaiii'i' Blacltor pleaded guilty to j tfie' charge of bpjn^drunk.in High Streot, ion: the previous''day,'1.Ami. w,as oi;derecVto pay a ' .'Jjnp/i'pC''[ ^^,,/toff).ulti'j ,2'4 lio^i'k^'otirq-' OK \" MV« ..!(': i'lliiili h'..V»| '-'nii ' j,',' Tho s'amo' porsoiv pldadodnnoti guilty"to 'ttio ftlititgo' Wf'tisiiiiJj obac'dn6'lah^gntlg6., [ 1 ( Sergeant Fowler _ confirmo'd . the "chai'ge, admitted, j '!'Ho' was' otAorofl' 'tb' part with 10s,: with, the alternative of eight . and forty hours-in ;tjiQ. lplctip.-^f< >.< I . > 2 f. J > ; ]3oth fines woro paid. ' I ''. yR.n ip^l{QHtipy,(/f^i'1 . li'-'yiiuigfjoi-evs liconHO was miidc'liy 'Jam6s' MoCarthy. Tlid" ap plicant''did''fiot lippo'tii'^11 'Tha Bench granted ''ttie-'lidonBO.'nwi v. immj n<> .«. | r | Tho old man, Abovnot...

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OPENING OF THE CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH KATOOMBA. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 9 June 1883

.OPENING; .OV THE "QONGBISIA- ATIONA L " ,N.' CHURCH KATOOMBA: 'Whom gli^l -to record. the'fiict, that a neat and comfortable Church, capablo of seating 1/50 porspns, was'opened :on Saturday tho 2fJth. ultimo by a most successful, tea and public mooting. Tho friends of the Church residents in the noigbourhood had generously provided:at their own cost, a very inviting ropasst,-and beautifully, decorated v tho build ing. Thanks'to'the energy of Mrs North, James, ,Kowoll, Rarbor, the Misses .North's, Hondersons,, Weynton's, and,Messrs, Rowell, Jalnes',' Douglass, and Beston.Wo are glad to, learn'';thoy.; wero rewarded ,:by a lull response 011' the part of tho local pooplo ; and many visitors .from Sydney, including tho. ll(oy;. J. ;F^' Cullon, Chairman of tho Congregational TJiiibn. 'Th'o.Reydsl :|D. B. Tinning, and T. W.', Simmons,, from Tas mania' ; Messrs T. 15. Moll, - and i Bi Green wood ;. 1 Victoria, iind? tho ?' Rev. E, pimnjons from. Mount Victoria,: also tho following' mombdr...

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BURIED WITH 2090 DOLLARS. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 9 June 1883

..'i.h.f, ./.-rrrrrTTA BURIED Wffl, 2090 DOLLARS. ..flih.i.-. !.?'. i- lit Mfli II/, Auciust .Die'ffcnthnl arrived in Amorica fi-oiVi' £ Cj-bvmittty abnut'thveo niontiisiago,\wit)li jtho, nifoWtraifaf joining'his biWllcr, aM'meivin< , ,£t\AifprnjaM, TXp'^iiotit,A,- jvcjolc. in," this pity /P^ ^ ' & of heart clisonso m a lddgmg house. jiho1 Public'took, possession of. lii'a oflpfctSf'consisting 6f Wo" fo'uMs, but fquiicL. nothiiig'in tliohrdxeepfc' nr-fciolOa -'thf clothing. (TJiov bocly,(,>v!i(^~(jto 11 to tlio /Woolupykori''' o(?inpntory, Viidvo.it, Avaa; ljiiriotV iji' a igrav6.iWhoiiiliisibvo.thoi'ii aiTivccl,' 4n 1 ©Alx-' .(iV?iuiio.,3.ig-,Ay,as. npfcifiafl ,oiJ(^v^ ijnt hajl ^i\pppna(l'. lio wrote to tiior Pnblio Administrator that ,iA\ig1u3tiliiul,a,J,iM,gp,suyir9i'1^ipniqy. with tyirti-.'' Another search,ofiho; trunk was niacto," ibui' lAvithout royoaling auy(ltr.ftcp of tl).o,,1trpasm,b.' . ? .fl'ho bi'Dtlibrithouiomployod . a .lawyei' to inVostigat'o t...

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SMALL DEBTS COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 9 June 1883

S M'ALIi f ]?E B ? p 0 U liT. ;Man;aret;Robbnis .-v.'-Dr. W. E\vmgtoii,ji for .rout; £3}lls 4 c!'" " . v? The Bendh' roeeivecl a letter - from defend** ant,Mating that circumstances would per mit of. him paying only £1 per month. If payment was pressed ho would be required 'to visit"'"1 King' Street." . 4. PJaintili', accepjtod terms, and a verdict against defendant was returned. Christopher Harris v. Charles Mclntyre and Woodford, Wages; £516s 4Ad; , .Nu. appearance on the part of defendants.-; A'crdic^for plaintiff, witli expenses, 90s.

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A Comedy of Errors. CHAPTER V. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 9 June 1883

^ .-.k-iOi. U.if M.i. -J .Lv is V. sL .fc.'t .L j A Comedy of Errors. ! IT really would servo you right for your absurd precipitancy if I were to say ' No,')' replied Mrs. Wurdour; 4 but I am not jiaturally^cruelj-'i^jd fcbdi^voithati/if she ib properly^rid'-* p enitentlyaske'd, '-she'^inay b'e prevailed upon to do bo-supposing, of ., course, .that she.had not married (somebody , , else.i.put of'pi^iio'/(xu.'^lio,.irieaiitimp.' < ! .{ ;,; .'An alternative:too dreadful';to. lie vOnteiJ tained' for 'a' moment' put in ( the; Colonel. ' Besides, judging from the little I saw of your cousin, X slipul4,i>ot-tl 1 ii>k it probable!' 'No, I "aiiv^not ; afnud' "of tllav Tmi(l Wilfred. ' What I really fear is that I shall ' Oh, yes, Celia will forgive you, but not me,' affirmed Mrs. Wardour. ' She will bje ho glad of an excuse lor- taking.you juro favdur ''a'gain 'that ^all *licr wroth1 '"Will*? be trauforred to my innocent head for resemb ling her so closely. It^, l^ucky for,...

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"I CAN SWIM, SIR." [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 9 June 1883

- SUFI'* IV;UCU»K 7FF?TMBT" III CA^ SWIM:, >SM." Duii5^i df. terrible naval^n,!^1- between the English 'and4 i)uEcli', tlie' English llagsliiip;' 'continandedlby /.Adttiiral. i Narborougliy was dra'wii!in"th'o' .tliidkest"of ille;;fight, <' 'J]wo musts wore soon sliofi away','' and' tlib' 'mdin dejek. Admiral Norboi'djighjefiw tliat all was lost riiulosA.he .co.uld biji^itp .his .ships,, fyflin, the irl^ht.!:'! Hastily iHcrttwlingianiordevjilio called, "foi/'voliidte'6i,g -toi'swim-'acros# the'; boilings water, unner th'oliitvil''of'6h6t'aM'shell, j A dp^oiiiKailprS'iat oiieo\ offered.(their service's;, and among them a cabin bny. . " j . Wiiy/ sftidctiiGj admiral,, iwlint can you do, lfiyfc^i'l'oss'lad -> v "J j!-- j ->k°yffrpplied; ' if 'i' Ko ishot, I can bo easior spai e'd thai! anyon'pj else.] . j >. p ... .,;| V([ j1 , -v.'i. Naaborongh hesitated, his men aro fow,.>. and-his position iwaf) dosporator The hoy' plungVd.jntoythov'doa"/iiiliid.[chdors of ...

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Football. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 9 June 1883

Poofball. A- MATCH was played last-Saturday afternoon, /oil' the Penrith Ground between a team Mroiri ? Richmond and the Penrith 'club. .The tyttoi; jyei'Oj however, deficient live players, whiclrwill acfcoiiut for the loss which they .sustained., Thy- game -,eomnipncedpifc 8.30 .pW.I'Penrith i)Oing.placdUliir dliflrgo of' the eastern goal, and Richmond tlio west. The' .weather ;wusqui to appropriate;' though frpm the due easterly and westerly situations /of the goals, the lattor were at some disadyah' ,t<}goj,hi.,that.,rpspcct ifrpm >, tho,'SUII'b" rays. Ppnrjlja |lcickod olij, .^und', after tv lapse of alexin fc ien'mifiutis scorccVa try, Nyhich was'un'suc 'cekdfully! ltfc1cod';by 'OleeVo.'1 Sdiii'd-'Vel-yifast ,play followed, in which .tlio Penrith tpam '])it^ticipated ii^ a' imiimer not previously* showed by them. "Richmond shortly after 'gained a try, and )vho^ 20-minutqs moro;hWT lbtci'veu'ed -scored tlieii'teecoii/l:' Ulalf time wij,s then announced. On resuming...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 9 June 1883

TTIOR SALE.-Eight Allotments, good position sjj. Jamisou'-Town. Cheap. '> Terms.': Apply A. Collcss. ?, i . ' MAN, COOK, wnnts engagement. Hotol or .1 .otherwise ; ? iirst-olnss references. ;Address by letter, W. BAY, office of this paper. LOS f.-Olio pair, Field Glasses in case, marked "?T. York, oil ease. ' Reward will bo given1 if left at Beatson's Commercial Hotel.' ; »!il LOST.-Gold Enamelled Ear-ring, : in High street, near, Post Offieo. Reward if left at Ncpnitn 7'/him'office,1' ' "v * *"' o!l2 TENDERS are required for fonoing about, a half milq. of wire fence with top rail-for the whole or labor only. Apply at mice to A. TtmilmU, Esq., Emu Plains,.or John 1'riec, Penrith. !)!)(> MP. G, .; Oi ./ WftLDUjOX,,; Solicitor, &c., has REMOVED to his now office, Mont do Piotc-ehambers. 102, Castlcrcagh-strcot, near ICing streetl v s ? .. ; J ),, i < J P~| t RE WARD.-Lost by a poor person, between SUiL 1'llie Red Cow Hotel and Penrith Railway: Station, one FIV...

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A SMOKING MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 9 June 1883

. »L«: .F.-'J ' : ?A: SMOKING MAT0H.;..S >/ j A SMOKING match for 25 dollars a side oamo' off in Chicago recently.1 'A'smoking match',' is, np^a. matQli' wliicli'has just been lighted 'anil extinguished,..but a match betweonj a Scofchmanii timed Anderson' and Onnif.jan Irishman, to smoko pipes twelve hours, the one scoring, tlio:.greatest'number of " refills" of the pipe 'to be1 declared tho winner. Gun'if '/bojjaii vigorously, and by six o'clock in iho ' Qvoiiing wds dh'cad; of "the 'SfeotchiViam;1 but '.itftor1 supper lie 'was rincing -'out' 'liis 'jriouth ;(withAyii|,ter',.jiis lip, liad ?id' stopifrcquonily, and;n,t'tbe ciid qf.tjvelve.. hours 11 ad finished only his .twenty-sixth, pipb,'l'\Vhilo'" ,'And6l,son''had' finislied( his 'thirtiqth'..'; :.0miif'i3, tquguo ' diid^tlVo''roof | of ? hisriinpnih,,,\vorobadly., .blisterc'dy. ,:and the' looked' as > if he i.wero. sorry;i tljat. ;ho over . '^ttempted1 the, | feat; ...' An d'ersoh . ftook' i t ? vory cooly,' and1'sdi'd!'...

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ALDERMANIC NOMINATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 9 June 1883

A^mketing1 :bf :raiejmypiSof^ ofrBcjuritli^was^^ 'til o-)Cj o ^Yiicil Ofiamb' o r: afin?^ lait^foir'tHe purposo of-iibmmatirig;a'cftndidftiQsito,Vfill ;tlio: "Gxtra OT(Iina^;.Jiva6%(}y^^xejidBr i .byv'tlidj^i/ecQiifc resiginati^ Gollesa:!'j J^ybfc:iiMd;'.;Ro^rnin^ -O&per^aSnoimoetl 'tlie|ol)ject'.Vof th|'incoU 'ing^'ttStt ^read' an advo^istfmd^t^ohveiiing the samc,,,:,,.^",;^ '"^aiiVticiatGS' *as "P6t?ir "Smortton, bootmaker j'Hig^-stroot Penrith ; nominated ?,tyyf . .Moors'., /fchqmas; . Dpylo,' liotellcee[jcv; ' Arthur'Jitdgos',' ,'cliomisl''i iWboi't"'- Stuart; John Barlow;'Storokeopcr v'.Tolm Betluino, .storekeeper.,; ancV; Edward, JIayuoa,, jjnn./ Warrior., .(Clioinas . Daniel;/ Olissold', ^builder, Henry-street ;.<'iiominatedh.byi iMessrh.; ,3?;.. , Elliott; Doyle, liotellcGGpor; Potor, Hfyflitf,. ^vlioelwrigh't';; (Alljort'';J/'Worboys, bootmiileor ; and John'.. SQUU'OSt.j'pluiiabqr.'1 -John- George - Thurston, hotollcceper,.Einu'J' n'oininatbd1 by-Mbssrsi ...

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