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

UPPER FIRST - Percy Byrnes, James Douglas Fredreick I Longhead, Willie Johnson, George Colless, Arthur, Glasscock, " Archie McLachlan, Johm Dent' Alfred ' Fowler, Ben Margasson, Sam Fragar, David AitchisoD, Fanny Cleeve, May Stat ling, Lilly Upton, Bessie Kell, Kate Lathlaine, Chrissie White, Lizzie Grossman. .

Publication Title: Nepean Times
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Distribution of Prizes Public School, Penrith. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 7 April 1882

Distribution of Prizes Public School, Penrith- I On Wednesday afternoon "last took place the annual distribution of prizes for-the;-year 1881-82. There was a large attendance of parents and friends generally, notwithstand ing' the wet weather which at the time pre vailed. The boys and girls marshalled in truly military order, assembled in the school house by 3 o'clock sharp, and their appear ance both in dress and drill did much credit to the superintendent who has done so much for the rising' generation of Penrith. ' There appeared to be a very great desii'e on the part .of the girls to 'out-do the boys in regi mental precision and we are' noo sure they did not keep better,.time inf marching into the principal school-room. Great credit is due1 to the lady teachers who have liad the youngsters in charge, aiid our opinion was fully born out by the remarks of Mr. Murray, the Inspector of Schools for the ' District. Mr. Wiley has undoubtedly the intuitive gift of keeping a large body o...

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The [?]epean Times, Published every Friday Morning. FRIDAY, APRIL 7, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 7 April 1882

.. Published every Friday Morning'. *1 ' * 'FRIDAY, APKIL 7, 1882. . TO-DAY. wct celebrate the anniversary of an 'event which marks' an era in tfrefiiis.tory of the world' and which - yearly foretells a probable future for ' tlie, human race that cannot no.^v be adequately estimated. TlW life, death and: resurrection-of :our Saviour has changed the civilization of the> entire globe, and slowly but' surely the truly? Catholic and .'Christian re-1 - ligion of Him , wlio .died upon the (cross is spreading its benign in fluence over the world at largo. Good Friday, even more than Xmas' Day, appeals to our poor''humanity - as our example ofsublime unselfish ness ; and perfect purity of life, joined to that final act ,on Mount Calvary, which we throughout the length and breath of Christian land s' commemor-; . ate to-day. This special reason too, ./ aifor ! s another opportunity. for J family gatherings, a_welcome spell from the ctrudgery oT every day .work, and possibly tho means of ^...

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Easter Services. CATHOLIC CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 7 April 1882

Easter Services. CATHOLIC CHURCH. Devotions to tbe Passion will take place, at this church on Good Friday,.at 11 a.m. Mass will be celebrated in the same church at 15 a.m., on Easter Sunday, and at South Creek at 9 a.m. on the same day. , ENGLISH CHURCH. At St. Stephens, the Eev; Trivett will con duct ser vice on Good Friday, and on Easter Sunday at II a.M.,;and also at St. Mary's at 7 p.m. The Eev. G. Brown will hold ser vices at St. Maryland also at,St;. Stephens i on both Good Friday and Easter Sunday. PRKSBVTERIAN". OHUROH. The Rev. T. E. Clouston will hold services at the Council'Chambers on Sunday at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. AT St. Mary's at 3 p.m. WESLEYAN CHURCH. ^KET^"V^HLIR^M~~H^NY"~AXDM_"BY^AY~ preachers, will hold services at Penrith, Castlereag'h, Emu Plains and Colyton.

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 7 April 1882

LOCAL NEWS. ?Unfortunately, we are compelled to hold . over our special South Creek correspondence, '.vand-several other items of interest. "We sadly want a resident Police Magis trate, here. It is somewhat too much of a good thing-when the business of the court is kept waiting* from 10 o'clock until 12, for want of an honorary magistrate to accom pany Mr. Cleeve on the Bench. One of our head railway officials,-and about half-a-dozen others, whose incomes are from £250 to £300, were kept waiting the whole of Wed nesday forenoon, up till 12 o'clock, because the utmost efforts of the police4"could not .hunt up a magistrate. > ' Tlie Public Evening School is likely to be , started on Monday evening week, when oiir efficient local schoolmaster, Mr. I). T. Wiley will- take charge: A numerous attendance is likely-to be had. At 1p.m., on1 Easter -Sunday, there will be held in Str Steohen's Church, a special Thanksgiving Service with the Te Deum for rain. ? ?.?'?'?? ' ? . We'' have to ac...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 7 April 1882

Marriage.   FOAT — VINE. — March 23rd, at St. Ste- phen's Church, Penrith, by the Rev. G. Brown, Robert Henry, third son of the late Robert Foat of Kent to Florence Christina, only surviving daughter of the late Richard Vine, of Sussex.  

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Our Police Court. MONDAY, APRIL 3,1882. (Bef[?] Mr.Cleeve, and Dr. Duncan, J.J.P.) BREACH OF THE SUNDAY OBSERVANCE ACT. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 7 April 1882

Our Police Court. . MONDAY, APRIL 3,1882. Cleave, and Dr. Duncan, J.J,"?.) BitEACiFOF THE SUNDAY OBSERVANCE AC'i. Thomas Heaton and Frederick Austin, on bail, were charged with a boeach of the Sunday Observance Act by unlawfully carrying firearms on Sunday last, the 2nd of April, in High Street, Penrith. Both pleaded guilty, but in extenuation said that they ha i not been firing the guns on Sunday, and were ignorant of the law against carrying' firearms. 'J hey liad. been 'possum shooting on Saturday evening. The Bench said the law was very strict in this matter, and if the defendants did no know the law, they were bupposed' to know it. Pined 40s. each, or in default, levy in distress, or 14 days in Parramatta gaol. , ' ' LARCENY. Samuel Thomas, alias Sir Thomas, (on remand) were charged with stealing a roll of carpet,' valued at 30s., the property of Sir. Neale, of South Creek. Constable Sykes deposed : On Friday, 81st of Marcl', from insrructions received, I proceeded to South Cro...

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Cricket Match. ROSE OF PENRITH V. CASTLEREAGH. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 7 April 1882

Crickot Match. BDSE OP PENRITH V. CASTLEHEAGH. ;,-V A MATCH took place in Belmore Park on Saturday afternoon last, between the above named clubs, There was a small sprinkling of visitors, and the play throughout was watched with interest. The fielding on the part of the Castlereaghites was rather better than that on the Penrith side. For Penrith the bowling of T. Tolhurst and G. Turner was worthy of a word of recommendation. Austin's batting was conspicuous for the large score and the easy style in which it was executed. The batting of Tolhurst was, as usual, of a brilliant character. The bowling of . Messrs. Purcell and Williams on the Castlereagh side, was generally good, but at times somewhat loose. W. ICty's 6 hit, and Purcell's for 4, were both, much admired. The match was decided on the merits of th first innings, and resulted, after a hard struggle, in a win for the boys of Castle reagh by 4 runs. Appended is the score . CASTLEREAGH.--First Innings. - Reece, b Tolhurst ... .....

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SEQUEL CLASS [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 7 April 1882

SEQUEL CLASS Attention to School Work--James Hennessey,': Arthur XJpton, Reginald Upton, David,;J| Maug'ban, Alfred' Giles, Percy Squires,^ j Fred Lathlain, Henry Hichardsony Frank Price,. William Lang, Alfred I Hollier, Russell Hill, Robertril Haustmann, Earnest Wiles, 'Caleb 4; . Besley, Beatrice Squires, Fanny Burling, ^ Mary Kennedy, Eva Evaiis, Florence - -- --Bird-, Bfceda--Qtosseeelc,. . ; Thompson, Ada " Upton, Bessie1> Cross, jian, Amy Willis, May Bell, ll; Maria Fragar. ;;jj Sewing--Beatrice Squires, Clara Chisholm . Bessie Grossman. '/.?. Attention to' School Worl-Manvood \' Oleevc, ^Edward Holli er, John Tipping^; George Ausbuine,.George Elly, Joseph/' Harris, Fred Rolston, Walter Ghisholm,' ] j Percival, 'Squires, Fulton, . George, Clissold, Edgar Ttiterton, Emma Upton',' i, ? GertxuiHe Thomson, Iris Spence, Annie . y | Smith, Emily Ausburn, Lydia G1 asscock,. -p' Amy Fragar, Ada Thurston, Minnie Shepherd, Maude ICellet. Lydia Hollier, . Florence Haynete,', Ao'nes Ba...

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THIRD CLASS [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 7 April 1882

THIRD CLASS Attention to School Work—George Worboys, William Hollier, William Fragar,     James Kennedy, James Smith, Edwin Evans, William Curry, Albert Breeze, Alexandra Lang, Charles Randall, Edward Aubery, William Bressington,     John Walker, George Colliver; George Turner, Julia Cummings, Louisa Willis,     Rebecca Douglas, Charlotte Elly, Alice       Wiley, Fanny Taylor, Linda Evans.       For Good Reading—Louisa Willis, Alice Wiley.   Sewing—Harriet Crothers, Annie Barlow,   Fanny Taylor.        

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FOURTH CLASS. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 7 April 1882

FOURTH CLASS Attention to School Work -Fred Judges, William Ashbury, Oswald Bell, Hugh Hollier, John Nash, John Jones, Sydney Dunkley, Edward Lang, George Evans, Frank Hall, Park Davis, Walter Worboys, Alexandra Willis, John Burling, Hubert Hill, Mary Jane Willet, Edith Neale, Amy Upton, Ada   Nash, Minnie Price, Amy Price,       Sophia Ashbury, Ida Willis, Letiti Vine, Kate Paskins, Louisa Evans, May   Ashbury, Iris Spence, Maude Chisholm, Henrietta Giles, Emma Upton, Eva Werrell, Matilda Vine.     For Excellent Conduct- Amy Price. Sewing -Maude Chisholm, Jane Beatson,   Lilla Randall.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 14 April 1882

(Late' Royal Oak V 19 -George-Street, Haymarketl '3 ' SYTJA'EY. i iflf' *' K.. 1 I 4s WILLIAM WAL^II; Proprietor. WINES, Spirits, and Beers, of the b.est ^yal ity, always in stock. The beat £tccoijpmqr on for country visitors. «r;Jyinl^G^L^a I 33! :R C>S as *1 JC^-JS! < ' o g8SBPjH.jj.nT"'I VEltY ? accommodation for vicitovs and j best of liquors always lc*pt in stockr -: ?;rV ? - & Wfi .** ;. ' . . :<t»> te.>\ . * / f-AjJ ' . mUM&M _____ ' *''? ' '^-'r Pra$t& bige-Wreet " B'l/a.ii k V; Penrith,'. OV)poi/ito' ;Judges' stiore and': next. Jiang's Bakery). ItllU; -"? » '*} f\*ry '*». ».»?«.» ivj vt ^ ; fi -in N/Bi^Mo sci'ap;car,t kept. , t A. GROCOTT, Engraver, Copperplate, Litho graphic and CMiM mMir&tyw' ?7,1. jMtraroatrSfckBifr,'" bvjjkh i Ll-s'i- ,T& £)!/!!?>! :,V ,... 3ftd?~ Defy -Competition. * I Vv' \ q ?' . - v ?? ?: r « .???? JA4;K,IU .2. J TR. & s. SMITH,. U CT I O N.E E; R S j Commission .Agefe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 14 April 1882

General and Family Uutcher, \ M^MARY'S IN tbajjtoina tye public for* the liberal patroqp^elthey have bestowed upon him for the lust six/years, still hopes by keeping a good article and charging' Reasonable Prices, combined with civility and attention to receive continuance of that support. 'IMPORTANT NOTICE. \ *.-c - - - - SADDLEY MADNESS and COLLAR Y\ V ] MAKER, S High-street, Penrith, IS preparefl to undertake any kind of woi-k in connection with bis business on the shortest notice, and at the same time guaran tee the most perfect satisfaction. A trial only requested. VLI'IiKD roi.LKKs. VuOTIONKBR, House, Land, & Commission \ AGEN®f HA\for PRIME SALE, Splendid Vfomestea/ midway between St. Mary's aflld Penrith. Has frontage to Great Western^Rdad/and Railway Line, 63 acres first-clas^^io/nd, subdivided into 9 Paddocks, with GGHT Cottage, containing 10 rooms, kitchen, ta^Miayshed, &c.> (fee. EAST 1ERMS, Also 150 acrflf about yiree miles from St Mary's (with /ouse ...

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Correspondence. [We are at all times happy to insert correspondence on matters of interest to the public, but at the same time hold ourselves in no way responsible for the opinions of the correspondents.] TO THE EDITOR OF THE NEPEAN TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 14 April 1882

Correspondence. [Wegrfc at all times happy to insert cor c/^spondence on matters of in»erest to vthe public, but at the same time hold ourselves in no way responsible for the opinions of the correspondents.] TO THE EDITOR OP 'THE NEPEAN TIMES. SIR,-In your last week's issue my atten tion was drawn to a letter signed " Anti liumbug, and to which I ask your kind in dulgence and space, so that the readers of your valuable paper may calmly consider with myself the object of the person who calls himself " Anti-humbug-." Therefore, let not the freedom of inquiry be shackled, for I willingly, concede to every man wbat I claim tor myself, the free-est range of thought a«d expression, and am perfectly indifferent whether the sentimen's of others on speculative subjects coincide with or differ from my own. The part of " Anti-humbug's" letter I wish to draw the reader's attention is, viz., "Some men are born great, some achieve greatness and some have greatness thrust upon them. An huro b'e to...

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Primary Educition-Redundant and Defective. ROUNDABOUT PAPERS, BY BOLER. I. Vive memor lethi. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 14 April 1882

'Primary* !Educition-Reftimdaii^"axid -,y31. ROUNDABOUT>PAPERS^ BY BOLEB!. , J/ il-t-H ? hU>il I ,. iiv-.i -?i'.'H' :? ^v^> - ? ?? ;,ii), ; . So'numerous;'die '^ailmentsfa.., " flesh1 is ljefir," and'so' m«ny?, the' .;acciden ts .> 1 th'atf liappf'ri'J/j man) ,^liat 't^Kno^le'djge liojv to. abat6 suffnuri"''and pain is,1 so applied, 'a power indeed, for5 , r.v.,;^P.ain is perfectmisoiy^the.worst// j i Of(eyilg,. an d.^exc^ssiy.e,; overturnsv: ' . . Allpatienc^';,. ,";;,; j |.Tlie (wis'e Hxsp;.ot> jtjie nveans, for .subduing, pain in ;its.ln,cipient, stage ^§ryrithin,jbh.e.reach( of all, requiring' ,no special- i^f^ssiupa.i,,-ti'ain-' ing.'. .Such,_;a'Jcx^w;rerlge.! ^ypuld <be, .pore applicable, in,.after;>li f<»; ?nd. iinore,, .beneficial to Hcquirej.atr school than.f,arL acquaintance iwifcii.tlie ^escijiptivB.Geograpliy pf' ,Mongolia or the .solution'of Simu)taneousjEqu-itions. i AU doctrinal .theology, is,; by tbe^late, Act, .excluded fr^m,....

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The Hyperion Party. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 14 April 1882

The Hyperion Party. ON Easter Monday night the Hyperior Party made their first appearance in Pen rith j when the Temperance Hall was filled with a large audience. The entertainment provided is one based on the plan of iht " Hudson Surprise Party " and is a vocal combination of ladies and gentlemen includ ing, two corner men, respectively, Hajrry Gowan aiid Charley Horton. After [an overture sung by the whole company, Mr J. J. Finn, who acted as interlocutor, gave that favourite ballad, " The dear old home," in a manner -which showed that his voice neither wanted cultivation nor taste. Char ley Horton then gave the comic song of "Razors in the air." Charley makes a splendid corner man, and seems thoroughly up to his business. The song took remark ably well, and the chorus by the whole com pany was given with remarkably good effect, "Father, bring home your money," was then sung, after the usual bit of nigger fun, by Miss Kate Carey, whose voice is one of great sweetness, liquid in to...

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Annual Demontration of the Western Star Lodge of Oddfellows, South Creek. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 14 April 1882

v star Lodsc of Oddfellows, South ' Creek,, t *Tht3 first annual celebration of th| alDOv«| lodge of Odd Fellow* !tob1c placre at »Sout% Creek, St. Mary's, on Eagfeiv?Monday last4.! The day "broke / fine and continued so; throughout; although about noon ^the"heat l ; was{ very oppressive,^mpre^especiaJJyJso| on tlio square in which the picnic was held,' there beingjjno sli'a^wha.tp.y-er excepting' ihe_j small g^nU 4stand^ which' for the greateri portion of the day was occupied tty|a flock of ' children. ^ We'would; pgg^K thai a't a'ny^ other lucivgathe tli'e'Committee, erect a -4'ew temporal'v pavilions'for the ladies.* It . i is "hardly to"(be expected1 tthat thoy should" ? be "'compelled1 'to'-wallc round ahd' rouiul; a ^barren* square without'a seat,:o'r's6me sort:of slie't t. We have no doub^t , that''the. park -'-willhe aivery, handsome: one in a few1 years, ( hut so far it is noV adap'ed for picnics., However"" every "tiling passed o.ff very' merrily,*]and^everybody, fseeined ...

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Our Sydney weekly Letter. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 14 April 1882

Our SydiieySvcekfr Letter. | Ql'aba^TINB is all very we\Ijin'' ite/svay,vb'utf. jossible ? to. | gp too far; / andwfrom. 'all courits Aye colonials ,are going,.,ji.ist .,a i^vee ojfc over the nmrk, f V^lientthe JR.-M.S., Aus tralia arrived from Sari! Fraudsco,rat .^Auck land,' New Ze.<lanfJ,: .she was j placed t/':in,. quarantine . for having1- measles on,, board. The passengers resented this, and 'petitioned1' in a body the Superintendent' bf'qutu'antine, with' the idea of rendering", maters' better; for 0 her 5, if not for ?themselves.*' The , passen gers had to wade ashore at low water,, and had1 the a'terhative of carry ing ? their lug-gage to the land or leaving it to be washed^ a\vay by, the tide.; As for grub, they,.had; just; to killa;lamb and, then «, ;sheep,. the < agtjnt not being,able to keep; .them .alive.,Wliat^ the ,Government provided s th em <wit.li- > consisted of mutton, potatoes, nmsty biscuit, all alive, Oh.! 201bs. of flour, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 14 April 1882

LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. W . . . est prices given. D, Ten or Twelve ~7"and. high once to Pier St. s. lRD.-If the little ^-irl XL np asl will leave it oj rewardei 'AUL, Pianoforte Tuning and Kepawfllff MR. E. T. rit,h on or the above purpos^ All ordevsl^fTa (prompt attention. ill bo in Pen |i instant, for aer Rose of Pciiritli Cricket Olnb. ( Independent Order of Oddfellows. No, 19, Western Pioneer Lodge, MEE1TS afc Temperance Hall, every alter nate Tuesday at 7.3t) p.m. ,T. WALKER, N.G. > W.. PRICE, Sec. VOLUNTEER HOTEL', ' J (Imir stately opp'ositeylhe Victoria Square). I SULLEN HI S much pleasure in announcing' that he has just completed extensive altera tions to this well-known hostelry which is now provided with every convenience for visitors. , . r. "VVines, spirits, and beers of the very best quality only on hand. TURKISH BATHS, BUGH-ST BEET, i /tV SYDNEY. OPEN BA.ZI.ir For Gfentlemen from 8 n:m. to 8 p.m., and Ladies from 9 a.m. to 6 p:m. BATHERS not admitted later than one ho...

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Castlereagh Wesleyan Sunday school. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 14 April 1882

";'i ".. . .. V ?" i./; Castleroagli Wesloyan Sunday-. . TiiE.am'iiyersay . tea meeting of tlie, !:Castleim^hwWesle^an.i'. School ' was held' on Easter Monday last. - Pre viously an, examination .of the. chil. : clren was held by the Rev. Mr. Hill', when there]'was a large attendance of j llie 'childreh'and their parents. The i was, fortunately ,a .fine -qne,<-and the number of-well dressed healthy looking children' assembled together was;highly creditable to the" inhabi tants, of, Gastlereagh.; After singing a ;liymn . and, Mr. Hill engaginglin prayer, . examination: commenced by thr^e little girls being asked in suc cession ' ,yaiious'' questions ' which elicited a .great ,knowledge of the life 6f John- the "Baptist, in which his account is given of the baptism °f ? our Lord. After another hymn had been . sung, four young boys were ' similarly examined. The girls wore ; highly complimented- by? their Rev. pastor for 'the way in which they .had .answered his 'questions, ...

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