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Commercial. T. R. & S. SMITH REPORT, [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 21 April 1882

Commercial. . T. R. <fc S. SMITH REPORT, Wheat, 5s 9d to 6s 8d: oaten hay, in bales, 7s to 8s 6d, in bundles 7s 6d to ,9s 8d> in truss, 7s to 6s 6d ; lucerne hay, 5s to 6s 9d, lucerne and sheaves, mixed 6s 3d to 7s. 6d; straw, in bale, 5s *o 5s 7d, in bundles, 5s 9d to 6s ; oaten chaff, fis Cd to 8s ; wheaten husks, 3s IOd to 4s 5d ; wheaten hay, in bales, 6s 6d to 7s 6d, in bundles, 7s to 9s, in sheaves, 6s to 7s 6d; oaten sheaves, 6s 6d to 7s 6d; bran, Is 7d to la 8d ; feed oats, 3s 7d to 4s ; seed oats, 3s 9d to 4s 3d ; potatoes, 4s 6d to 5s. 3d'; pumpkins, 2s 7,d to 4s 5d; turnips, 3s 5d to 7s 5d ; water melons, 2s 9d to 4s 6d ; flour, £ 14 to £1410s, maize ;new, 4a 9d to 5s 3d, ('old) 5s to 5s (3d ; butter, in keg, Is 6d to Is 9d, roll, Is 9d to 2s; eggs, Is 9d to 2a 9d£; bacon- 6d to 9d ; cheese, 5d to 8d ; hams, lid to laid ; honey, 4d to 6d; wax, 9d to lid ; lard, 7d to 9d ; fowls, 2s 9d to 5s ; ducks, 3s 3d to 5s 9d; geese, 6s to 7s 9d ; turkeys, cocks, gs 3d ...

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 21 April 1882

LOCAL NEWS. There is no foundation for the rumor that Mr. Alfred Colless' business has been. sold. There is a man in Sydney prepare d to swim any one 5 miles, breast stroke, and never turn on his back, for £500 to £50 a-side. Our readers will generally be glad fto see from our report else where7~thatrMr r~Thurs ton secured his license for the house which will be known as the Emu Hotel. The contractor for the Post and Telegraph Office at riouth Creek, has left his work un done, and is now leaving the colony. Con sequent ly, fresh tenders will have to be called for. . We hope to be in our new premises in fortnight's time, when we shall be able to give not only further satisfaction to our customers, but also have more convenience for the jobbing work with which we are now well stocked. We have no doubt our old and respected friend, Mr. W. Pulton, of the firm of Neale and Fulton, and which firm has recently been dissolved, will continue to carry on his business in that efficient manner ...

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The Nepean Times, Published every Friday Morning. FRIDAY, APRIL 21, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 21 April 1882

ftepw SCimta, Published every Friday Morning. i ? ? . FRIDAY, APRIL 21, 1882, THE proceedings of the first Licens ing Court held in this district at Emu Plains on Wednesday last are to our mind somewhat worthy cf comment. The new Licensing Act is slowly but surely proving itself either one thing or the other-effec tive or ineffective. With the Syd ney interpretation of the Act so far, we have nothing to do. The sti pendiary magistrate there has dis pensed what he considered justice according to his lights, and what he may do in the future we, at present, i cannot foretell. The Bench for ^eminty Cook consists of two medical gentlemen well-known and respected throughout the district, and for.their chairman tbey have Mr. Lethbridge. Under the circumstances it was "only graceful and fitting for Mr. F. Gan non as the one solicitor present from fiyrjriAyj t,r> congratulate the Bench on their first appearance in presiding over a court under the new Act. We cordially endorse his remarks ...

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Licensing Court, Emu Plains. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 18TH, 1882. BEFORE Mr. Lethbridge, and Drs. Bond and Duncan, J's. P.) APPLICATION FOR RENEWAL OF LICENSE. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 21 April 1882

Licensing Court, Emu Plains, i WEDNESDAY, APKIL 18TH, 188:3. V~/BEFORE Mr. Lethbridge, and Drs. Bond and Ff - Duncan, J's. P.) ^"APPLICATION FOR RENEWAL OF IIIOENSE, . ,Mrs. Sarah. Wilson, of the Blue,,Mountain' Inn, applied for a renewal of her license.. The police had no objections to her hotel on the ground of want of accommodation. Granted. Thomas Ed. Boland applied for a trail sf r of the license of the Spriugwood Royal Hotel to him. Granted. 3 Win. Martyn applied for a renewal of. his license for the Springwood Hotel. No ob jection. Granted. EXTENSION OF TIME. . Mrs. Mary Paul applied for an extension of time to make alterations in her house The police objected to her present accommo dation, and her application was the result. Mrs. Paul was now doing ber utmost to com ply with the conditions of the Act, and under the circumstances, the Bench granted the extension of time wished for till the 19th of May.. when the applicant must make a declaration in accordance with the Act, be...

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Emu Plains. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 21 April 1882

Emu Plains [FROM OUR OWN CORRERPONDENT.] Tux weather s.tiil continues dry, but no doubt we may shortly expect a change. I hear Mr. Thurston has been successful in obtainiug his license for the new house at the Ferry. Emu was quite lively last Wednesday, it being licensing day for the County Cook. A pigeon match was shot off in Mr. Evans' paddock in celebration of the new hotel. A few o : the knights of the trigger were pre sent, and so passed off a merry day. The little house under the hill is under going a thorough over-hauling in the line of improvements. I hear the Proprietress has in course of erection two additional rooms to meet the requirments of the new Licens ing Act. So you see Mr. Editor. evei0 thing appears to be on a move for the brp ter. For instance, I hear we are shortly have a marriage on Emu, that means we are about to lose one more of our local ladies. I told you in one of my former let ters that if matrimony once reached this side of the river we would have no en...

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Pat. Casey's Mother-in-Law. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 28 April 1882

Pat. Casey's Mother-in-Law. l( Permit me to politely remark, Mrs. 0.» that I am getting quite tired of the further accumulations of your so-called objects of vertu, your bric-a-brac and your bijouterie I may not yank the pronunciation out of that last foreign word properly, but no matter for that my dear; your French maid, with her measureless clieek is more to blame no doubt, for these tawdry designs; than yourself. This piece of property is home-sti-aded. I want you to bear "that in mind-in (.tlier words, we own it in common; and if, you, persist' in plastering' the walls of thi* house! all) over With your painted platters, aiiti ? obscuring1 the ceilings with Japanese funs and parasols, I'll start in and claim my share of the premises, and we'll both take a vigorous hand in making this residence like an. insuhe asylum at larg*e I'll go down town to-morrow and purchase a lot of second-hand soup plates, and have them .decorated with portraits of Mrs. 'Winsiow cutting a pigeon wing1...

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Cur Sydney Letter. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 28 April 1882

. Cur Sydney letter Prhaps the most striking- feature" of the .last week's news, was the .-annual licensing', meeting held at the Central Police Court on Tuesday last;' Tin cro.vd was one composed of the tnosr, motley assemblages ever seen in Sydney. Lawyers, ot' eciursel moan only solicitors, were to the front to the extent of 60 or 70. Those engjigedj.in business could not get any room in the Court, the general public making too great a rush when the doors were opened, both before and after the adjournment. Youdouhtless will have some comments of your own to make on the matter, so I shall say no more. The old JWnghsh.Fair still,continues at St. Mary's Cathedral. As was prophesied be-' fore, we now find thot the R. C. body will -eventually g&t most money. Both have fully answered their purpose, and both deserve great credit for. the zeal, exertion and outlay which those* taking part in either Fair have been put to. A report on pur theatres was brought up before the City. Co...

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Primary Education—Redundant and Defective. ROUNDABOUT PAPERS, BY BOLER. III. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 28 April 1882

f^masy[Eduoation--Redundant and' If. . iDefectivo- ; . .' ROUNDABOUT PAPERS, BY HOLER. ' ' ? III. ! Mf from great Nature's or our own abyss ; ...'?-Ofthought, we could hu.t. snatch-a certainty Perhaps ;natikind might find the. path ; they miss, " . 5 '. But thru 'twould spoil much good phi!-' .;?. ? ? osophy. -v . _? :l One Sv tpin ea's snothor up, and this \k ,Mucli as'.old,Sh turn .eat his progeny." j ^ In. the previous papers, I have es-ayed to I »how that early education should aim at the I teaching of-facts that c»n be profitably, used in after life,'and that the study of the frame work of thoi-body and itn movements, and'the .strunients of the body and their, offices | .should I e thereof an important part, deriving therefrom practical "lessons in health for physical g-ooil. ; -v-V; >;' When a- knowledge of the structure and '^tffrion of the; body is acquired, the consider-, frt.iyji of. tlie .; iii<,>re ^usual . ailments, ond the .mamier - iurr^hishf >they...

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Mulgoa Public School. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 28 April 1882

goa Public School :(. If fTIio following- letter ban just been received i!" our ln. jnbt'r from tho .. .Department of j , III iublio Iiistructbh, as follows: I |: ''Sydney, 24th April, 1882. r,-Tteforrin.!* to the petition presented | i; y yoii in March. 1881, from residents of | Mil tnifroa, Tfjiresenting the-necessity for in-' jlljjjrensed accommodation at the Jfubiic School fjjH that place, J am directed to^acqnaint you |1 ji'it tiie Minister of Public '{Instruction's has ||| ssolve> I to <rect, new school buildings on a ||i i-wsli site which"it is oposed t.<> reserve for Jjj j'd purpose. The neceasaryvsfceps will" bo Mil'" ^ resumption 'of the land li s soon «,« possible. ' I r) I "2-.'' The building's will consist of a ' 13bool ami classroom, to lie cousti'iicted of I | riclc, and will afford accommodation for 75 J upils. Ituaddition, a Teacher's residence! I 'ill be .provided, containing 4.rooms and a j I itcben. ,The. Arcliileet for -Pukic Schools ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 28 April 1882

(Late Royal OalO, '699 George-Street, Haymarket, SYtDJJEY. WILLIAM "WALSH, Proprietor. WINES, Spirits, and Beers, of the beat qual ity, always in Btock. The best accommo on for country visitors. ARCH, M'LA CHUN, TIIE! EOBE IIST-N rasjm-- - EVERY accommodation for visitors and best of liquorB always k«pt in stock. Opposite Judges' store and next Lang's Bakm). QRDERS punctually attended to. All . Goods of the best quality and prices strictly moderate. Small goods always, on hand. ? ? N.B.-No scrap cart kept. f A- GRCCOTT, " Engraver, Copperplate, Litlio graphie and sesMsm-msss 77, BATHURST - STREET, SYDNEY Defy Competition. T R. & S. SMITH, AUCTIONEERS AND Commission Agents, 690, GEORGE - STREET, SYDNEY. j Hold Sales-aa follows; Darling Harbour: Every Day-Wood, post, rails, &c. Mondays, ) Hay, corn, wheat, oats, flour, Friday',*''' ( Td all kindi, of produce. Royal Oak Sale Yards .. Thursdays-Fruit, Cows, pigs, calves, lambs Bheep, &c, Fridays-Poultry, Butter, ...

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DOINGS OF THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 28 April 1882

DAk. ' »;. II IM]... .. .; i I *I«» -1 BY . PUCK." I - I IM., U . tr, 7,i iSobiet^vQ, hnevv,--weekly{Sydney journal mode-lied, to a certain extent, on tHe' kind'o " is. arte.&rb'y tlie--London World ,;a^(l icep.c u^.by-iZV^.and; tlio Whitehall, lie iM^s/??Ja(Je: .its,< ^i'st i appearance;'-?! It ^ . W°.H printed,/and fro ninth at point of view capnot. be token exception, to'. / As a, social 3ourfial, however, I fail to see that we are al , ^rqpped , so..completely.* up in..;the; Sydnnv mteUn ^s .to. ^arrant," The; Pilgrim'?; giyino ; *8 P?®;-1?.®11®. pf>Ws .first v,entire, more V pars'" than X care to count, w.th refei'ence,/to, that fa^Jjeen. made.doubly famous by the recent martyrdom of 'Messrs.; Archi , bald a-nd ;IIayne^. ^Moreover, ,it;:w(u'd be . c e rHin.,,iiisfcances,. laofc to make the. sex quite too broad. Our women folks; are j.c'ristgraers, to deal with,..and' it,does not elevate joiii'nalism when, a newspaper edifor.giyes a lady fair grounds. fbr h...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 28 April 1882

. .dissolution flip TVtnerSliip. '.H.r-ZXr^ 'fn-.'ff v;:r;w 1 ! f .ȣ T JFJ, tho undersigned, have this,;day dis , VV . solyed partnership; by, inmtuat con seiifcV/A 11. outstanding' debts will be re-, otiived by W.. Pultonsenior, whose. receipt will be a sufficient discharge; : , Signed,. - > "H.-'NEAXiE"":--:" . " ? i ' !!J W. PULTON,'Junior. Witness : W. Ne:alk'" 'V:' i . . Dated, at Penrith",.this the vl8tli day of April, 1880. N.B.-The business will'be carried on as usual by tFulix)u;;seuior.-: j .v-i 1 ' Land For Sale. XA(~X '"PEIST/W; portion^, of.,' Station l/rvJ , Streetl ..' " Apply to, A. OOLLESS,; Auctioneer, . i>- : , ! >. Penrith. Independent Order of Oddfellows. , No. 19, Western Pioneer Lodge, : MEETS afc TcmperanceHall, every alter nate Tuesday at7.Ji0p.ui., . J. WALKER,fN.G. . W, .PBIOE, kec. VOLUNTEER HOTEL, (Immediately opposite the! Victoria Square). ^ *. ? -' w GffAiP^D i, ? c uii-Eii -i HAS1 inucHipleqsure in, announcirigvthat ( ' he, has justiconiple...

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Our Police Court. FRIDAY, APRIL 31st. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 28 April 1882

: Our Police Court. --:- "' FIUJJAV, APIUL 21st. Bi(FpnB 0. D. Single, Esq., and Dr. Bond. William Carpenter on remand was charged with riotous conduct at'St.. Mary's on the 12th'1 instant;. The case had been adjourned for tlie defence to show that the charge was not a true one. He 'deponed that' he WHS ,in defendant's company on the day in question till halfrpast 5 p.iri. Ho did not see him fighting. ^ Sergeant Fowler pointed out iifat tli9 . oftenhei complained of was committed/lb seems on Wednesday, and this witness deposed as 0 what- had occurred on Saturd ay. Alfred Miller, labourer, deposed that he did not see defendant fightingon. Wednesday week, but he had not been in his company for any time. "When the scrimmage took plnce Whitmore and Russell were the com batants. CarpeDter was standing at the time up against a wall. "Witness had been there for abi ut two hours in the evening and lie was sure defendant during that time had not been guilty of riotous conduct. He could nnt s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 28 April 1882

.MONSTER Genuine Clearing SALE. On Account of Various Owners, . , Every line must be sold.; to the highest bidder;' NO RTSTRVE. kimmm ?^yiLL sell by public auction on Wednesday, May 3, AT TEMPERANCE HALL, PENRITH, 11 a.m. .Household Purniture : Crockery, Glassware , Groceries, Drapery Pancy Goods Rifles, Guns. Horses and Cattle. . "Vehicles of Every Description. A number of other articles too numerous ? to particularize. Terms, Cash. Goods for absolute sale will be received by the Auctioneer up till six o'clock p.ni; ,of the day preceeding the sale.

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MONDAY, APRIL 24. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 28 April 1882

MONDAY, APHIL 24. Before Mr. Cleeve, J.P. ' Richard Phyllis was charged with being* drunk on Saturday last. Fined 10s or 48 hours.-* ' v '. u The spime prisoner was also charged discharging firearms in the town of. Penritli, with. no lawful excuse for the same. It - ap peared from the evidence of Serg'eant Fowler that'on Saturday morning' last; the accused under the influence of drink was firing from a paddock in the direction of Mr. Fulton's store and just opposite to the Post Office, to the danger of the lives, of ptissers-liy. Sub tired another shot in Eyans-street, close to Dr. Bund's residence, and had subsequently been arrested by the witness. Prisoner pleaded drunkenness as lie did noo know what he was about. The mag'is:; trate said in every instance when that excuse was made he was determined to make it. harder on the prisoner, because by liis own confession he bad broken two distinct laws under the Act. H e would be: fined 40s., in default levy and distress, or one month Pa...

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Hyperion Party. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 28 April 1882

. :Hyperion-Party.' :;v.; . t ON* Saturday evening; last, we had the plea 2supe>'<jf^witiiessing;'!tji'6- Ssuco'kl1' pprtonriiinco of the Hyperion Party, in Penrith:- Tlieir i first pei fovtiiance \vas;ti'n; undoubted' su'ccess, ami ivell-gnat ainteed ,the 'audience 'which' slmwed up bu;Saturday, lasr. \ Penrith, with resjiO" t to amusements;; is vnot', very (well supplied,: and when we find .anVab'e ci mpnny who really can'amuse us once a, week, we think they ought' to have encouragement.1 The audience'on Saturday evening' last was ! not. quite'up to its former ma.ik,but sti;! was ) suffi' ien't-ly numerous to sl.ow that trie patvon-V , ag*e of the public in Penrith will be heartily;; : granted t . a compnny who can sovwellarinise:*. them. The overture and chorus was'Vffec- ; i tively rendered by both the company and ' pianist. After the clever comic; iuter'tide-;- j biisindi's on the part of 0. Edwards and C. Horton, Mr. J. J.'Finn gave us a good ren dition of'' Love...

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Sydney Licensing Court. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 28 April 1882

* Sy-Cngy- Xiictoixig1 Court. ,The fquartarly- LicensingCourt for the Sydney'District, comprising the County of Cumberland, was held on, Tuesday, com mencing at 10 o'clock, noon, notwithstanding tliat the summonses, and, subpoenas were made out foL1 10'o'clock'.' Mr. Billon presided on tlie Bench. ? .The Cot r: was densely crowded. Messrs.'Clarke. Buchanan,"'Addison, * arsh, a n d Aid 'Fowler,1.#/.j'tei&Vnaybr of Syd toy, w.ere.also on the Bench. On ;the opening t f the Coui*t, Mr. Dillon, the .'.presiding- magis trate. jannoumced in reply-nto; Mr. Hillier, that app icatious ' foiv new ?license-' would bo granted,firstpthen applications,x\nopposed in the Sydney district.. Those tin the Water Police Court districtcould'Be'adjourned till the 8til of June. The crowded5 state of the . Court and the noise.prevai ing' in fthe'sa ne, prevented us hearing the argument Which then ensued "between the solicitors and the Bench. - ? Felix Cullen then, applied for a license for his new pr...

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The Stawell Mystery. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 28 April 1882

The StawcH Mastery. THE murder committed towards the.: end of last year at Beep Lead, near Stawell, has b.affled. the attempts of the police and detective force up to tlie present. Several th eories (says . the Melbourne Herald) were started as to the identity ".of the murdered man and also, as to the probable murderer, but without any clue be ing obtained. The facts of the case briefly stated are that on- Tuesday, the 17th January last, the dead body ot a man, without a particle of cloth ing, was found in the bush, a few miles from Deep Lead, and had evidently been lying there for two months. The head was severed from tlie body and has not yet been discovered. On 25th January, the Government offered a reward of «£10(), which was increased to £200 on 27'th February.- The detectives appear now to have obtained a clue to the identity of the man. Detec tive Foster believes that the identity of the murdered man can be estab lished without doubt, as the clothes which are supposed to have...

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Our New Court-house. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 28 April 1882

Qur ITew Coux^-liouso.:, .We paid a visit on Wednesday, last, toother now Courthouse, which; "by one contraofcb'r, "fiWnob tim^'^lFarpi'e vious issue, we recommended certain' im perative, alterations, and these are no\y;being made by a fresh contractor, viz , Miv George ; Raffiri, of Cleveland Street, Rerlfern, S3 idriey, who'has now got, four men at work. J The Government will give, .us poor pie?smen> more than ,5 inches to write on,, and servo the, jurymen likewise.' .The Clerk of the Court will also find himself somewhat easier than he would have done binder the previous ? state' of affairs. Though the workmen are? doing!, their best, yet their are grav^.dojibts.-ias^to5 whether the building can be finished by the ll!th 'of. M ay. The Police Courtis supposed to shift from its present temporaryi'premis(3s: on the 16th prox;,; tut tlie-iPistrict.'.vGiOurfc' will find itself in a ,very pi^iamt'pHljpd^con dition.if it has to sit there.' No; l»ck of energy is now being dispi&am...

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Scientific News. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 28 April 1882

? SdcntMc News. On the electric railway between the railway station and the military school of Lichterfelde, near Berlin, which has worked exceedingly well, for about nine months, trials have'lately been made of driving,two carriages on the rails at the ' same time, one behind the other. These trials have been very successful the carriages moved in every direction as surely and as quickly as a single carriage used to do, and no difference of velocity could be. observed when the second carriage began ,to move.' But, as might be expected, the engine which creates the electric current proved that double the power was required as soon as the second carriage was in motion. . It is. thgrqfore proved that several carriages can be driven on the electiic raflway at the same time, -without, hindrance or bother communicated. ' ; It is the custom of the German Government every year to select young men from thoso who have passed the Civil Service Examination as engineers and architects, and to s...

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