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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 21 April 1882

(T.ate I?oval Ual>\ '? t ??? fccrgcy&lrcct, 3 ay market,. iMpj^E K ' ^ H;-?:. Proprietor; 'IlvliS, ^Spirits,.. a ud Beers,5 *<f'the boat qmilr ity, al wnys ini stock. "The beat acconuiio-? on for country visitors.' ARCH, THBffl " 51 M'LACHLAN, (D^K X .N"JSI MYEIIY accommodation for vi*itors4mVr best of,l<quoi\s'ul\vnys lc«-pt in stock.; & F.Practical Bu.ra5Ea._- jfeStT' w Penrith, . Opposite/ Ji dges' store and next Lang's - . ' Bnkrrv). ORDE HS piinct'irilly ; ntt^nfled to. A It Goods <>f the, bosfc'.qwiilif-y jukI prices strictly mod1,rate. Small goods always on hand., .... \.^ v ' ' . ? N.B.-No scrnp cart, kept. ~A..GROGQTT, Engraver, Coppcrgrilstfe, Lillio |<k ? graphic a'mH .' 7, BATHUBST'"- STREET, SYDNEY JDefy Competition. . T-" 'R/ &'S,, .SMITH, 1 U A U CTIvpr<l,E E.RS I *\ AND ' : Ccmmi'ssi&ii.I Agents, " : Uol.l Salos as fellows : - ? a ?. ! . Darling Harbour : ' ^ v Every Daj'-Wii...

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Carlyles Tobacco. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 21 April 1882

,,.V.^'Carlyl^s Tofcaooo.' . .>. - ' I O^rlvle's/ :habit; ,of smoking.thad- begun,in jlijs I boyhood j,probably at Ecclefrchan before' Jie ,came.Edinburgh University ;Hi#; father,; lie r told . me, "was a moderate smoker,' confining, himself to ail ounce of tobacco a . vreelc,, $nd «o .though'.fully as always to have a pipe ready for afriend put of thatallow arice..Carly'e's , allowance;; iu his .'Imniurt' life, though ho was; very, regular in.liia: times ;«nd jseasons, must' ;hav£ ib«'en ai; least eigh> times i as;muchv Once, when the canister of frei'rsmoking York- R.iver "ion hismantel piece was nearly- empty, he told me.not to mind n;that> as,- he:. baa. about half a sfoiie1 more of the same up stairs;" v.- A nother anec-', dote of-Garlyle,- which I-bad from the late Gr. H: Lewesj mny«be. worth a, place here. ' One afternoon, when his own, stock of free-smok ing) York. River '' had come to. an end, and: set; out. to walk with a friend (Lewes' him self, ,if.; J- recoil c...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 21 April 1882

?ROUUONMOM V^ianoforte Tuning and itepairjikgf ]\|R!^.H. FOSTER wjlHjTin Pen |VI rith on^>«^a^utjilie^0th. instant, for the above All ord^s-^Tt at the officeoJHW^r aper ^viJl^petSeTve prompt attention. ' Independent Order of Oddfellows. No. 19, Western Pioneer Lodg'e, MEETS at Tcmpe'rance Hall, every alter nate Tuesday at 7.30 p.m. J. WALKER, N.GK .^J . W. PRICE, Sec. VOLUNTEER HOTEL, % 1 (Immediately opposite the Victoria Square). HAS much pleasure in announcing that he has jtisfc completed extensive altera-, tioris to this well-known hostelry which is now provided with every convenience for ijip'^itors. .' | Jt|i ' es, spirits, and beers of the very best I^Jity only on hand'. TURKISH BATHS, B L I GH-STREET, ^SYDNEY. 1 OPEN UiLII.1T For tjentlemeu from 8 a.m. to 8 i^.m., and Ladies from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. BATRERS not admitted later than one liouv prior to closing1. ' C. A S HER WIN", f Manager. Jfl-. JJ General and Family Butclicr. 1ST. MARY'S . . ; N thanking' mie^f&blic ...

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The Opium Trade [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 21 April 1882

The Opium Trade Mii. '"WV H'. Bherbton.' of Hong-lcotigy gave" a1 lecture on the' 9'th. inst., at St. James's Hall, 1 ionclori, on the' subject; of " Opium Smoking 'in China."; He said he knew the reality of '0|iium Smoldng\ having* been ad-; viser in, his avocations ' as solicitor to' tlie recent opium farm in Hongkong. This lec-1 . uiriei1 Mr,' Breretori explained'/ was. on ly pre paratory '. as it1 -were; ft re his' secondj' \yhich "will'h'e'(!held on the 19c.li' irisfc.^ arid in tjlie. ''meantime'.we withhold our reports '*"r lWe;iniiy, ? mention; however, that Mr! B^eretpnls1tat!ecl, iiis'opinion was'that /opium smolcing)- as car ried on by the Chinese, was.perfeetly inno cuous,' He'denied that the use; of opium was demoralizing', or was' ruining and sap ping :the; 'itiatiliood of the whole nation! a proposition which involved a charge of the greatest' wickedness on the part of England. .Opium smoking'in Chi a. so far from being' of comparatively recent growth, as alleged, must...

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600 Miles in 142 Hours [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 21 April 1882

:: *C00 Miles 'in 142 Hours' 1 1 , For small' 'favours one1 sliould be nlcfulj; and "for great' favours,'there .sljoul.d'be a cor-! responding increase of gratitude;'tlierefore'thel ;p,eb|)Kof-Am?ir|ca'slipultT, a? ,once 'call upon/ 'President' Arthur to set aside a day/for thank*-;' /giving/a nd^the smging of 2\e'Delimit, for has ! nbbl;Hazae]| an English' runner^' wobbled 600; miles!and ;one '/lap[.;duringn l$2f, Jionrs? It is? 'true'enough ttyai.',no,'lionou*}attaches.-' to , Am enca~in tjie matter,f except. the diibious honor of having furnished a small .amount of dirt for this frllowto tramp' «W»uud' on, but i«{t lis 'airrejoice^riih ari exceeding great jov tliat ,600 'miles.and one lap has' been .wobb'ed in'/1*42^hoiirs,//,. The passage' of /the anti Chinese, Bill,, ' tli-V hanging of Guiteau,/ the acquittal of Dolliver and Moloney, the cpm-i pletion of the Panama Candl;or"the Channel; Tunnel, the shipment of grain by rail to. Texas,, or the drawing of an honest jury are inter...

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Odds and Ends. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 21 April 1882

Odds and Snd.9- J*-':;/ r Mr-. JTolin .! M'EUmne has -been*; reflected tp';the,.pjt;y.Council, .Syrlh^v.v-,:^,.,, -1 Sdl'enm' funeral service !4 at the Cathedral, ! Sydney: on ; Tuesday' fori 'the ; Uite 'Bishop ?barker'/ The building wascrowdedirn ' i i It lias been discovered- that ;tbe railway was 'mined ;in: no 'less than.l 1 different places bVtwee"'St;,Petersburg-*,aiicl Moscow., ? ; * ' ?.Thu<'Giro tsinan' officer's who were arrested -for' beino-: concerned1 in- 'the' plot to murder ;Arabe, B;y,; Minister for!' war,- i have ibeen ordered to , be tr e l by the military court-; martial- ??? , ( i V ; '. " Dr. Beatiy (president of the Fitzroy Bowl 1 ing Club) 'things1 that' if jDi ople " t"ok more .bowling'and-less brandy} more exercise'and less physic,, they .would - employ their,, lives better.'; ' '' The order of development.-Darwin says that maiv saihfr before he talked. ? Of course, they were,forced-tos invent i language*: then. They had to express; the disgust w...

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Graham Berry on the Zig-Zag. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 21 April 1882

r , ' v; Graham Berry on;tlw;'Ziff-Zaff.;>;| [This ex-TV»mier of Victoria :at thr ' of Si> John] Robertson m^de a ^peciM rM .from S.ychyy to Lihgo\y. on Tuesday, laa^||| tlio, .purpose ,of " witnessing the ' lower andf '.u'pper 'sng-ztfg.', : Tlie train,arrived afc' Penrith':5 at'9.30!a.mo'lieii the pi ies laration s,1 actively! going on showed thWt intriedining cri- there! would Be rio^WcIc'of eitlier'meat br drink lor! /flie gentlemen' 'who accoriipariied' S' r Jbhi& 'andhis'guesPbri1 this^Vip^Iri11 the sdlooril .carriage about 21 gentleirien* |^vere pri^sent,! ?M.IJiA?s7,!ei6nspiciious*; .ari^ori^ .whom, was: Nininn'Melville, Esqj ' Irt;. addition there! were three reprfisenta'iv6s sof' the Metropoli. | tan Pr^ss: , The ' !zig-zagV as, usual, was'! ' viewed'wiOi'Mnteresti bv 5all;h especially by !; Mr^Grahiaih Biarrv who had. liever witnessed! !it''before.'.At.';'Litligow- 'a "^stoppage; was| : ifr'ade/ wlien luncheon was partjaken of'.),' As| formerly it ' proved o...

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Railway Time Table [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 21 April 1882

Railway Time Tabi& Trains leave Sydney. | Arrive at Penrith 9.0 .10.48 5.25 p.m. -7.5 p;m. 8.0 p.m. 9.15 p.m. Saturday Additional. 7.0 a.m. 9.15 a.m. . 1.45 p.m. 3.20 p.m. 'Trains leave Penrith j Arrive at Sydney. 5.20 a.m. 6.45 a.m. 7.45 a.m. 9.16 a.m. ~ 4.23 p.m. 6.2 p.m. ' * Saturday Additional. - 7.20 p.m. 8.52 p.m. Monday passenger. 10,. 15 a.m. 11.35 a.m. A train leaves Sydne f for Penrith every Sunday at 12.15 a.m. arriving in Penriih at 2 a.m.

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Primary Education-Redundant and Defective. ROUNDABOUT PAPERS, BY BOLER. II [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 21 April 1882

Primary Education-Redundant^ and .. Defectiye., < \y/" '? ' R IUNDABOUT PAPERS, BY BOLER. j JL; : "Oil ! thifc.the desert hveremy*d welling p'dce With one fair spiri&fnp.i''V. I q-;>TIjata l'forsrofc the hum«n':race, |I.: And* hating' no-'one,: love] but . ny Inn*.',' ' ! '? ??'ia-aou: j' ^ejgusttbu8n(m';eist('Uttpiifdn(iim Lord Bjjr'nj. but how were yoii to subsist ih th 3 f!dest*i't "f the baker did not'coll, and' ''such a bein^*'; wre nofc able to -bjake digestible bread j jj>r( \ dfr mat I en pis ii }rou weievsiclr' and oniy j'attended by this11 fair spirit'' or some pseu'do | res th etic ladyy<who; n.ight'cut as bizarrei,a. figure in'attending' th'p;sick »s 'a crocodi)e; a t , croquet play. An'iUiur^'each''day^sjreilt: at, sidi'.ol in sol-fa-ing,- might be(rnbi;e yiWilftHblyi emplo yed in learning the air..rig^ments of the. sick ronrnj fin'l tlie chi»ice'.tthd^V'-repara't'tln1 of' the orgies'fVr thft'|Rent's tabled ,1 i Food is often the ?». ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 21 April 1882

NOTICE. A LL Correspondence with regard to Pri jf\ vyate and Pecuniary matters, must be . addressee! to the " Manager" of the NEPEAN Times* " A. COLLESS & CO. r*.

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Emu Plains. (Crowded out of last issue.) [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 21 April 1882

Emu Plains [FROM OUR OWN CORllEItl'ONDENT.] , (Crowded out of last issue.) . Emu lias been very dull during* the holi days, notwithstanding' the surrounding' town ships have all had sports of some kind to amuse the ' public. Emu lias had none.; What can be the cause of the lull? Some say it is because we have no ground at pre sent suitable for sports of any kind. If such .is the case, it is to be hoped before the next holiday arrives,, the trustees, whoever they may be, wi'l contrive to; expend some of the money,??in-;tin's line,.'of improvements, lately granted for the Emu Plains recreation ground. ' Most of .the youna folk of Emu spent Easte^ Monday at Sprixig-wood. They went with the intention of having a dny'sifianeing (Src4 but were disappointed, O^hear,'intense*, ' (J i ' » ' which, of course, put a stop to all sports, which Mr. Martin, only for his misfortune, intended holding at. his house. - \ Some of the Eniu lads were also at South Creole to witness the Oddfellows' .Demon...

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A SPOILT CHILD. CHAPTER II—CONTINUED. LADY JANE VAWDREY. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 21 April 1882

''A SPOILT ?f!!LD. 0 II A T E R II-C 0 N T I N U ED. LADY. JANE "VAYVDREY. - = ' It is not the dogs that' are jealous!' thought Roderick, as he went home in the brougham, with the windows down, and the night breeze blowing his-cigar smoke away into the forest, <o mix with the mist wreaths' that were curling up .from*tlie soft ground. It was an offence; of the highest grade to smoke in his , mother's carriage ; but Rorie was in an evil temper just now, and found a kind of bitter: pleasure in disobedience' The . carriage . bowled swiftly along the -straight, well-made road, hut . Rorie ibated: s ridingvin -..a-..brougham.-"',.=. The soft padded confinement, gal I ed him., . . . v ' Why couldn't she send me my dog-cart ?' <ihe asked himself indignantly. : ; ? - "Briarwood' was a large white house in a small .park. ' It .etood- on much higher aground than the Abbey: House, and was;al-; ^together different:; from, that good old relic' :df a; bygone civilisation. -Br...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 21 April 1882

EOR THE PEOPLE.': Published every Friday Morning. (CONTAINS loading" articles on the prominent />. questions, of; the clay the latest local news; and general telegrams ;"Doings of the Day," oy- " Puck '! and,luitnoiu'ous extracts froin American journals ; -special correspondence and the latest Sydney Commercial news. Subscription 2s, Gd. per quarter, in advance. HEfEAW TIMES OFFICE, High-street, Peniith. : >*?. &{rc' ®imcjr Speciil Jobbing' Department. f fl , proprietors, of? thbiJVfyjedH Thnen htb pre X pared'to execute printing of every descrip tion. Posters, business cards, .bill-heads, pro grammes, An., turned out at the shortest notice . with neatness and-dispatch. - Charges aglow as possible, . Estimates furnished. The London and Lancashire Fire Insurance Company,.', jlILL take lijjsUa* oftjevery ' description at' foweat. current rates. ' v3 D. J. WORBOYS, :; . . ? ? -1 A!'gent. New Zealand Accident Insurance r Company ["NSUKps ngninst accidents of*, every Suid. ...

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Our police Courts TUESDAY, APRIL 18TH, 1882. (BEFORE J. D. Single, Esq., and Dr. Bond, J's.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 21 April 1882

uiprio*) -T#-I.. ;;./.Our/police Courts ; r; l/J!U;ESDAY;:?APttII,:ol8TH,» 1882U; | 'Before J-.'D.! Single,5 Esq;;' arid Dr.'! Bond, J. :?! .. J's.P.) ?< ,;'V . .. ?' i V" ?Mr ? Webb, ofithe Tannery,,'South< Creejk, was chargedjHonnremand,. with- creating j a - nuisance from* his works, to- the surrounding"' ineighborhood;'' When- up hfforfe, the; def«i° dant had st >ted;that since the complaint hi|d' . ; been- lodged* ^liei had< spent?.;ove* 100j 'in < ramedyiriy; the;-nuisance, <rtn'd«-!the case;. had ? been1 ad jourhed for the'" purpose I of ena'blinjgp f the !G%ernmt>nir Inspector] D'«v Brady, to in . spect the alleged improvements said 'to have' been. made. This was!done by him in couji-; (pany ^witli'::'.'S'.;rg.'eant^;1Fowler, -and on the recommendation of the l vtter 'the ' BVrich !d^ cided to withdraw the'cdiarge; ' " . J , j j J Vines ,Peclchaiti pleaded' not guilty to |.a ?'charge 1of using- obscene "language on...

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DOINGS OF THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 21 April 1882

DOINGS OF TIIB DAtf. BY PUCK. Sydney lias revelled during the past two weeks in two " Fayres ?of ye Olden Tyme," one. at the Garden Pala e, held for the pur pose of paying* off tile debts upon St. Thomas' Anglican Church and Christ Church, St Leonard's, the other at the Cathedral of St. Mary's; Both Protestants and Roman Catholics did their very best to moke their respective shows the best, and where both did so well I should not like to appear in vidious. The ladies wve pretty, some exceedingly so, and the way the, money was extracted by the seductive .charmers out of the pocket* and purses of a generous public, who crowded the fairs, by thousands, was gratifying in the extreme when witnessed by one who had not "a stiver in his pocket, la-di-dah." If. was curious to note the extra ordinary combinations in the shape of Eliza bethan costume which. some adopted,' but then the National Gallery of England is not next door to Sydney. I enjoyed the spec tacle much, and if a millionaire, w...

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Cricket Match. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 21 April 1882

.; : ': ii; Cricket Match.. A jMTGn'-was?played' last Saturday'at1 Pfcn iith^etween the Einu Cricket Club arid the Railway Combined. . The day being- , fine several, spectators wer« present, 1»ut the i)iatch ] r )ved »n rasy onrvfor the Combined' Bijnyan made the oniyi4;hit. n-| . Subjoined are the'scores :- ; ?.''' EMU PLAINS. "" . : \ , First Innings. ? I _ , I. ? i ! ? -i iiv'.v .. \r . Hutchison, c Breoze, b Tindall; : ; ; ... ; 5; .Bunyan,; b. Breeze - ... 1 0 ^. Evan^ b Bi;eeze ... ; ... f ... , 2 'Austin, run out . ? , ... 1 , Biirlingyc Breeze,;b Tindall . ... ; 8. ^Peisle^j'.^^ r. ? ... i 1" ; ,Cleevoj, B^Tindall. . K'i . , . >..4 0,, .Leadhaniji l>,,Tindall v- v. ... 0 Papworth, riot out; ... ? , s...i 0 Q-.;Coliesa, b' Tindall: ... . : j 0 : j,. -Sundries ?>, ...v, .. : 6 " ' ' . - '? I 4 ' ; , , co;MBiN.ED... . ?:?. . 1st Innings: ? ..1 ? t . ; Porter, lr 01 eeve .v," ' , . ,:.J : 1 :Breeze, b Buriynri' v..: vi ... I 'Beridall, b Bunyari ...( ! ; ' .. '... 0 Rei...

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Pigeon Match. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 21 April 1882

fpigeipa' ittatoh ' Oross.'^ tind' * sAVorH 1 f 11) e rs^s O .killed'two, "and G Evaris^oiie/, , Mr.: Gannon t rm gave Mr. York seven vyards 'Vh-n-1 he : ki.led one^ajid hisjopporienfc rione. A haridi j cap then followed tf-r 10s. each, when E 'Ganrion,"C. Evan's, J. ^.Yorjc .and ,Mr/ Cmss .^entere.d/r'.^'Mi'..' Gannon'^sliot first,;.i>ut iinisfced lift.- laird!" "*No 'less t-felit^hree > sfiots: .were fbed at the' unf a'tu n ate |>igir ch, but it eot; ntf scot free., Mr.; J. yorke-fallowed .h^^Faied to?-gi-fc hi/bird.' ? 'Mr. .Orp88:'oifyiiisf par t;.allso let his bird fly away'.1 0. Evans hail a shot : and (though.his rbird looked injured, yet it took'four minutes' to cafch? it; The next. - pigeon was fired* at by both C. Evam rind .|Gaiinon,'rbufc? bo'liimissed. ^ Mr.^ Jas;f Yorke ^ missed- also. . -Mr.' vJlyan ' n«x£';';s)»ot . and secured a no .Ijird.1'»-'Mr; Cross got' liis bird straight off the-1 reel. Mr. Gannon then ffiil'*cl jwi'th twofsliots' tol secure hi^/anima...

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Our Sydney Letter. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 21 April 1882

Our Sydney Letter. Since last week, I have had only amuse ments and mild dissipation to comment on. The " Old Englyshe Fayres" have made me neafly mad. So much beauty combined with really business tact, are more than my weak constitution can stand. Both have proved immense successes, and , I only wish the Fourth Estate could as readily and easily get their money. You folks in Penrith have probably had a look at the same yourselves, and consequently there is no fnrther necessity for ma diluting on a subject which has been ahe idy sufficiently worn out. Our trams still keep up their reputation for slaughtering Their latest was a fine terrier dog, cut to pieces on Wednesday last in Ox ford Street. * The " Indus" P. and 0., R. M. S. sailed on'Wednesday, and the love-sick maidens, who should have appeared on the stage in the eesthetio opera of " Patience/' came well to the front Only about 40 were left on the wharve lamenting, like Lord Ullin for his daughter, because the only men they e...

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Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 21 April 1882

municipal Council. A speoial hieeting of the Municipal Council was held last evening. Present: The Mayor, Aldermen Smith, Stuart/Besley, Jas. Price, John Price, and Gross. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and carried. ,i No petitions nor correspondence were pre sented for the attention of the Council sincc their la it meeting. ; Finance Committee1 s Report. Before considering the same, It was at this stage moved by the Mayor and seconded by Alderman John Price that the Council adjourn for 5 minutes. Subse quently a special report of the Finance ^ Committee was presented. It represented* the probable expenditure for the year and that, amount would, be expended as follows: -rL90' for office, and salaries; L260 for works in PenrithLI 10 for Mulgoa Eoad ; L95 for Castlereagh Road; L175 for main tenance, and L20 for mens' wages and incidental and printing. The income would, amount as follows:-: Rates L584; L146 Government endowment, and L20 from fines &c. The report ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 21 April 1882

LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. jNTED a Smart Active Man to dytve n TTr nr± make himself^geilerally useful. Apply, Corner High and Station" \\ ^Land For Sale. 1 A /Av\ FEET, best portion of Station J/±V/ Street. Apply to £ A. COLLESS, Auctioneer, Penrith. NOTICE. UNLE^allpayments for Fiiwtfood taken off Fro^ore from thjs^aate are made by Monday, ApHl^4, "/atfery person re moving the same proseouted as trespassers. SigneaX ^^yOBK, SMITH &13Ki^NS, Temperance Hal! PENRITH, ?eat Attraction for this Nightr only. OITSAfUMAY, >ril 22nd, 188/ ITVp MJLMMAM* IMIM mJmmm . LON *ARTY "IN THEIu UNRIVALED ENTEF^INMENT including Choice Bajilads Gomic Songs, Negro Eccentricities. The whole^concluding with a side-sputting . / Farce. \ Admission: Front seats, 2s.,; "back seat^ls. J^ors open at half-past ,7, commence afr)^ j NOTICE. ! Dissolution of Partnership. tho undersigned, have this day dis >-\l\ . solved partnership by mutual con sent. All outstanding debts will be re ceived by W. Fulton, sen...

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