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A SPOILT CHILD. CHAPTER II—CONTINUED. LADY JANE VAWDREY. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 28 April 1882

Ltf '£HfiM if CHAPT|tf;II-;?§ ? ? jj.I, ,f'\;!' '£? - ~ >>t"' '?.?%? JJABY JANE YXWDREY, The Earl and Countess we're urgent, for tliey hal another daughter ready for th<» * regard Lady Jane Ys'aii v old sliof )lceej »er,* but. tVqy jkoew jtlieir'daughter's temper, and did not press if. too wamily. tr^'n.tt^h'erssl^son^^>ady^^^,Srf^lrt'K, and" ; Lady Sophia's fir>t, beg'an rand^n'ded^ Ladv Sophia* was piquant and witty, with a snub \nope>f pji; a ^to^tulfdi^iposition. jySIi4£wa#; a; first-rafe hoi*se-W(yuittn;;an exquisite vaItzer, : good at .croquet,, archery,- billiards, and all games requiring the acou<acy of th« eye and aim, and Lady< Sophia brought down her; ^-tn'r-d-in-a..single season. She-went, home to Heron's ;!Nestt a ^uch" ss in L.embryo. The ?Dukev^of^Dovedkle^ a-* bulky/. 'mi'ddle-aged i*ithj!»,.passion foi^fieidlsports^aud high taking,.h^d ^een.Lady^FopJiia riding- a dangerous "hoisei and had beeU fSQ charmed by{hgrA manag...

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

lime#,. . A MPIttMi J&BBJPBHSEHT 4fi«AS ?' "'Ir ! FOB THE PEOPLE. Published every Friday Morning. (CONTAINS leading articles on tlie prominent J questions of the day ; the lateBt local news, and general telegrams ; " Doings of the Day," by " Puck " ; racy and humourous extracts from American journals ; special correspondence'and: the latest Sydney Commercial news. Subscription^. 6d. per quarter, in advance. HEPEAH TIMES OFFICE; High-street, Pemith. %\n Ittgean ^intcs / . Special Jobbing Department. THE proprietors of the Nepean Tipit* are pre pared to execute printing of every descrip tion. .Posters, business cards, bill-heads, pro grammes, tfco., turned out at the shortest notice with neatness and dispatch. Charges ais low as possible. Estimates furnished. w The London and Lancashire Fire Insurance Company ILL take Risks of every description at lowest current rates. D. J. WORBOYS, Agent. New Zealand Accident Insurance Company TNSURES against accidents of every kind at A Low...

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The Gardeners' Guide. ORCHARD AND FRUIT GARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 28 April 1882

^T&e Gardeners' Guide RCHARpi AND FRUIT GARDEN. ^TiS^wh^interid Ranting fruit trees dur. ing tlio1 goming season should get the land prepared as soon as possible, as it cannot Le got ready too early. ^roo.ittl co re - cannot ^."tSra^n^preplHrmgr-ianfl"f«r orchards, at the success of trees iwilijin.a^ijcafeineasum d p ud upon a favi iirable start. In the first it ace ey^ery_ vara,..should. .be -taken- to-se.lect "tlii besb ])oisi»'1 e' site, and..wlien tjiere are any, naf^ral deHoiepcj^s^eftprts mustjbe made; IfoSfop their !;wantsJ Shelter is -of 'vital Jmpoitance to fruit 'trees, .and where nous > exists natural'V .it* should be! provided arti ficially. A fair- depth of good soil is also essential to the w«lfHre^ot aii oi choi d, and; when the land is 'naturally poor, and tlurftfo no other choice^ sufficient ,$09d;^ma'erial 'jRUto^e^r6u\hb 'tis' it to-uive the trees a k frtir clmnce. The land. should, be- worked J snfficieri'tly' 'deep; ifVpfyctK't^ roots' to 'V/en'etra;^...

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St. Mary's, South Creek. TO THE EDITOR OF THE TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 28 April 1882

, ' 11 "" "jp ft .I . f| SiT Mary's* South Creek. \| ii |>T0 THE EDITOR OF TtfB TIMES. -I h.,p'erugihg last Friday week's irsu^ of fiie|TiMES, niy attention wh'S directed to an effusion signed " Anti-sneak." ,As it was an original nam depi tme(find an appropriate roft.leaying the..Anti-0ttt).Xexpe.cte(I»t0.-find« soine original matter, but was di appointed ffltvs finding'.;;aboutone-half were quotations f 'Ymi'ei letter,written by myself in a previous lsfoe.^ JJL'he writer appears to be: consider ably riled at certain ternaries made by hi'*. ;pf course* none of us frelVpleased when on?' yai'ity is humbled. l iquid overlook his* Spasmodic outbreak ofMemper,, but for cer-~ tain remarks intended as a reflection on my self and others, as being scampers ofworlc. I beg to, inform niyifriend .that' hatred and . malice .ijsfWtfon'"riiy programme, but ridicule and contempt are my weapons for attacking toadyism} snobbery, vanity, and presumption. I don'trlikeVto; soojsp ,;much cackle and f...

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For The Ladies. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 28 April 1882

3Po2? The Ladies High shoulders and long waists are the lasu< things for ladies ; patches are much worn in Paris. Sydney-will soon fqllovy suit. _ ^ ^ to look elegant with brocades. . ? < Matadore (or bull fighters) hats are becoming, and have been a sjrnnd success at home ; they dont require much trimming. Bossets of ribbon is the favourite style. Taw-colourud gloves (undressed kid) of the Sarah Bernhardt' -'style,, are fashionably worn with white satin and satin brocade . evening dresses. They extend over the elbow. , Kate Grrenaway is still the rage for dressing children, some of them wear very short skrmp dresses, and tremendously big hats--"Society.'' The hair is worn low on the brow, eiiher . fringed or in waved bandeaux; the bank bail' is worn up hip-li in soft c»ils, which is a most becoming style, as it. shows off the shape of the head and neck. Bands of g'old?or string's of pearls, ai'e fashionable to wear in the hair, but f owers are the favourite ad...

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Cricket EMU PLAINS V. CASTLEREAGH. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 28 April 1882

. CriokoV EMU PLAINS V. CASTLEREAGH. TWEE^TLFC^ G. and the (Qastlma-gh, 0, 0. . A..fail* attendance of spectators was present, RND tliey fill evinced the':greatesb ii U ferestt in 'tlie match.*'ARJ lie fielding' 'throughput WAS: gpodj but the bowl ing more so.\ The 'batting''was fair on the part 'pf ^he^Cttstlerertgh team'," and they man aged, 'inutile" first inning's) to score "a total of 45 against1 th&bowlingVof Av and J.! Evans. The bowling* of Williams -proved 100 much for THE'LEINU''Plains men,* and though they " FTI'G'allnntt'.-Htaqd..ihephadito'.go DO}YN_ for a;total of 35, leaving tlie' men1 oft Castle reag-H winners, of .the,-match, by ^LO runs. Time did not permit,; of, a .second innings. Some neat catches.were made, but more tlian one soft thing misled. The following are the scores OASTLBREAGII C.. 0. G. Ifay, o J. Evans, b A. Evans ... 0 H. fteidylb'J. Evans " ... r 3 R. Reece,vb A..Evans : ... , U ... J 1 W. Kay, b J. Evans ? .. ... ?; ... 4 0. Adams/B A. Evans...

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Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 28 April 1882

Municipal Council. The ordinary fortnightly meeting of this Council was held last evening1 when there ?were present the Mayor, Aldermen John Price, Besley. Cross, Paskin, Stuart, Smith, mid Jas. Price. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and adopted. Correspondence.- ' A letter was read from J. Hughes wfyh regard to the drain in front of his land on the nonh side opposite Mrs. Werner's. Alderman Cross asked that this corre spondence shonld be held over to the next meeiing. Alderman Besley seconded. Alderman Smith said lie thought amotion was already hd'ore the Council that the drnin in qudsbion bo either filled up orpiped. He thought the mutter might be held over till that was decidod. A' letter was also read from Mrs. Werner, complaining about the state of the drain op posite to her premises, and ordered to beN received. A communication faom the Commissioner of Works, as to the state of the budge nejar; Station-street, Penrith, was, after a little discussion, on the motio...

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South Creek. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 28 April 1882

South Crook. [FROM OUR OWN CORRERPONDENT.] The cffl.jiere is still for rain. Horse feed anxfous for*|L change. A. Temperance Jer+nre will be held here on Wedni'sdny, May 3 d, which we are »11 look ing forward to. Some people say that, an elsewhere, there is great room for improve ment in this particular line. I trust the lecture will ha've a good effect. The correspondence in the NEPKAN TIMES of late has caused considerable sensation down here, as ii^ all small towns, petty spite ? atrd pri vate semnlid.~are~alwaysTrtfer-Ifc-ifi objectionalile to foster this sort of thing, and I trust that some af my friends will not be so anxious for the future, to rush into print for the purpose of throwing mud at their neighbors. Most of us live in glass houses, and can't Hfford to throw stone*. Most of our publicans ase jubilant over the proceedings of the Sydney Licensing Court. Excepting ono, all have got their ticket, but it is dotyjjfifql if even a bona fide traveller will £et a dro^or anyth...

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Dural. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 28 April 1882

; , /Fn'OM ' pun : OWN/CORRESPOXDENTi n;It ismotf often,1 F'presume,^ that you'have on>)r:"n«ws'#H<5a«Duiul,' I'nit 'althV)ugl»-;'c«rhjpar-' atively unknown as the place'is,1 -I'- 'can/tell you it is a benutifulsspot as far as nature is concerned. ?We.cnn~bf.ast of two churches, two stpr^s,'Post-office and'last:, but not least, of a pub ic school,, attended by about 50 /children.- ...Gorieiully/D^ivaris yerj^,quiet/, as :the. people here are;thrjfty^;and; haye,:plenty . to d6tlb' \vork tbeir^pjcifv^s, h^WcIi. /P1*6 in, a.-Aourishingt and, <Kejfjtjiy1 -state.,..; On the 13th inst.', liqwevtiy lively a«] o i. as if..was, the, clay when the. annual treat, was held at;.ou£ publi.c sclronl: 3rlre v sclifjol.' l^om- and ?~£forii4;fifcy-clu^dren sat dow7n to a plentiful Tepu-t,<ca1eredfor,bv tlie ,wift? of oixr respected , post-mast r, 4MrHawkins.j' ( After "dinner^ Mr. School-inspector, I. iJET. JVlunay, dis tril uted prizes, to.all thechildren,.consist...

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

WANTED, a Married Couple, 'without in cumbrance, to take charge of a Farm near Penrith. Apply, MRS, T. GO"W", Regentville. NOTICE. NY person found trespassing on the Fair lig'ht Estate will be prosecuted. A. F. DOYLE. NOTICE. MRS. HAMILTON, High-Street, Pen ritli, is now the Agent, of the Cumber land Mercuryt and from her copies may be obtained every Saturday and Wednesday morning. NOTICE THE Person who removed a hand-saw from the Goods Shed, Penrith, on Thursday week, is requested to return the same to its owner, as his npe is known. Notice. ALL Persons indebted to me are requested to pay their accounts to Mr. A. Colless High-street, Penrith, (whose receipt will be a-suffieient-dieeharge) and all accounts due hy me are to be sent in to the same address i for payment. JAMES PRICE. Building1 Land, A SPLENDID block of land in High street, 80 feet by 200 feet, for Private bale. ROBERT STUART. EMUHOTEL, EMU FEREY. JG. THURSTON begs leave to announce , to his friends and the public gener...

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

NOTICE. ALL Correspondence with regard to Pri vate and Pecuniary matters, must be adrtreRsed to the " Manager" of the NEPEAN TIMES. ' A. COLLESS & GO.

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Railway Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 28 April 1882

;. pail^a^ Time ? able;. " Trains leave Sydney. 1 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. 710 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/ for Penrith every Sunday at 12.15 a.m. arriving- in Penrith at 2 a m.

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 28 April 1882

LOCAL NEWS. Mr. Thurston's newlurtel opened a(r~Emu Plains on Monday morning last. We wish him every success, and feel-^©n£deftt-fefeat-tiie genial host and hostess of the house will make every vifitor comfortable. It .will be seen in our advertisement, col umns, the Nepean Mutual Improvement Association will hold an amateur concert in" the Temperance Hall on the evening of Thursday, the 4th of May next. The pro gramme is a varied and entertaining1 one, and th« lady and gentleman amateurs' names are sufficient guarantee to ensure a bumper house. ' Mr. T. R. Smith, M. L. A., has, as we formerly stated, made up his mind to take up his above in our neighborhood. He will, as soon as completed, occupy his fat-her'a villa, Lemon Grove. Hh has leased the property for a term, and every endeavor is being now made to complete that building which will form a conspicuous and graceful addition to our local landscape. Oji.M.Qnday evening last, the Commissioner of Railways passed through'P6nrit]f~...

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

G-HAND POSITIONS In Toto and Country AND TEEMS EXCEEDINGLY LIBERAL

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The Aepean Times, Published every Friday Morning. FRIDAY, APRIL 28, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 28 April 1882

Stye itcpro &jmes, Published every Friday Morning. FRIDAY, XPRIL 28, 1882. THE last achievement in the legisla tive line accomplished by th e Parlia mentary representatives of N. S. "Wales in the shape of a. second Licensing Act was tested on Tues day last when about 1200 persons assembled in the yard of the Central 1 Police Court, all publicans and their I friends. It fell like a thunderbolt f on some Sydney people when they discovered that hotel-keepers had to come all the way from Penrith to be entitled to carry on their business for a year. Yet this had to be done, and the Cential Police Court saw a scene on Tuesday which it had never seen' before. Attracted by the num ber; of country visitors who had rolled 'lip by 10 o'clock, the general. public that have time on their hands, took the court by storm, and kept out in its circumscribed space the people -whe^-erereally-mterested..partiesin the business. In the forenoon sitting reporters could not hear what was said by the...

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Correspondence. [We are all times happy to insert correspondence on matters of interest to the public, but as the same time hold ourselves in no way responsible for the opinions of the correspondents.] TO THE EDITOR OF THE TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 5 May 1882

; / C6rrospoadeac0. [We are ax '.all times nappy to insert cnr I - respondence on matters of iiverest to / tlie public, but- at the same time hold . ourselves in ho way responsible for the opinions of the correspondents.] TO THE EDI Toil OF : THE TIM1JS.' SIR,-The1', fatal .fondness of snrnejpeople for'indulgingin a spirit of ridicule, is'attended sometimes with a^vwy fsevere reply.: S^cliyi I shall not indulg^in, l>nt I will -quotn the old adage, " Give him rope enough, and he will hang* himself^ This proverb lias been proved correct iby the third letter signed by a pi r.son calling himself*" Anti-Humbug" in -your lust week's is*ue, and it is gratifying for uie to he able to point out to the readers of your valuable paper, that this peison, by that letter, has ptowd him'self to' be a thorough humbug. }He iii^t^diniis,that lie .-'lives in the glass house, m nil" that he' ^tlirew the first stone, and that the stone separated at its des tination; and a part was returned bv " Anti s...

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RAILWAY COMBINED. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 5 May 1882

RAILWAY CO A1BINED.. Gosnell, b.Tolhurst ... . ... * IL'dgeSj run but ... ... ... 0 Xynatn, b.Tolhurst ... ; ' ... 0 Howell,,HEv'»risv ... ' " '.. ' '. ... 2 Tindall, bTolhuri-t .. ' . ... . ./... 4 Porte, hTolnurstV' ,ri " ' ... 0 Hobbey, c Tolhurst, b Evans... . .Y. 1 Bowpn, 'b Tplhurst,'f It VI...> ) ...' 0 Bundair, riot'dutj1?"'v" "W .... 4 Bailey, b Evans ? .>. '.' ... 0 ISiicnce, b Tolhurst . ' ... 0 Byes' ..10 ' ?" ' uM We^.havo to report tlint, some' mean and m lliciqus person or p rsoi s Have been spite fitliyj/laying', poison indiscriminately about t)ie;;to\vn. Several valuable dogs have In eh poisoned, amongst tli.'Mn a beautiful English terrier belonging to Mr. John Price. The animal was a favourite and greatly valued by it's o\vn< r JVV.eJiopo to we the .culprits brought to ju <tic.e hef ire long. The adjt urned Quarterly .Licensing Meet iog conim' need at< 2 o clncic on Monday Inst-., at the Central Po'no Court Sydney. »The list o...

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Commercial News. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 5 May 1882

Commercial News There was a very good suppy of forage at the Darling" Harbour sales, this morning,' .for which the following' prices were realised :- For oaten hay in bales from 8s id to 9s 8d per cwt, in bundles from 8s to 10s, in truss from 8s lid to 9s 4d ; oaten and wheaten hay in bundles, 8s Od to 10 7d s'raw in bales 5s 2d to 6s 6d in bundles 5s . 6d to 6s ; hay at»d'straw in bales 7s ^7d, inf bundles 6s 7u ; oaten chaff in b*les 7s"8d to to 9s 2d '; husks 4s 10 to 4s 11; pumpkins, lOd to 5s 6d per dozen; maize 5s 4d per bushel. On the wharfs prime green lucerne hay is selling »t £6 IDs to £7 per ton; maize, 5s 3d to 5a 4d per bushel firm; pollard, Is 6d to Is 7d; bran, Is 7d j oats, feed or seed, 4s to 4s 3d ; b-irley, Eng lish or ""Cape, steady 4s 3d to 4s 6d ; o^teri rhaff, £8 to £9 per ton ; straw chatf', £6 to £7 ; Warrnambool »otdtoes, £0 to £0 per ton ; Circular Head, £6; Victorian onions, £4 to L4 10s ; butter, Is 3d to Is 9d j>er lb.; eggs, 2s 6d per dozen ; bacon,...

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A Juvenile Kelly Gang [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 5 May 1882

A Juvenile Kelly Gang Four little boys, all under the age of 10 years who were allowed to sit on a seat with their legs dangling- down, were tlm momiiig cha ged at the Central Police Court with stealing o horse and van, the property of Peter Murphy. The names of t>T"a little fellows, who, it seems, had agr$h$\dmong themselves to he known as " isiiji Kelly Gang" were William M'Guffin, Walter Doran, William Napier, and James Bayhfts, From the evidence given it appears thufc these youthful desperadoes stole the horse and van from the yard of the Miners Arms in George-street, and left town with the avowed object of driving as far a* Dubbo before commencing business q the bushranging line. On the way up tboys agreed as to their titles, and they were to be known among themselves as Ned and Dan Kelly, Steve Hart, arid Joe Byrne respec tively. The question of a supply of arms was left to a future occasion, but in the maantime they might look, up a few horses, and they cominenecd with one...

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Cricket Match. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 5 May 1882

Cricket Match On Saturday last a match was played be tween tlie Bo e of Penr=th and the Railway Combined Cricket C nbs. The lua'ch was decided by the result of the Gr;st, irniirigs. time not permitting to p'ay it out. The 3i>^e.s, as usual, "bloomed very nicel/^at'itlie ' ^ut owing to having a_ very bad twig Mwpe of h longstop, slithered away . _ JUh. Thte^'hoTv'feveiv put together 30 runs, bu&JW>mig to the faulty scoring of some juveniles the runs were not ndded up I properly, they making the total 28, -..which happened to be just two under the total of thi Combined. The mistake w>«s not foundr out until we added Athe;.&'or^..qursel v;es -when i preparing them lor pub icatioA ' Tlie match therefore resulted in* a tie^both.teanis having scored alike. H. Evans.-andit^,- OliapmSn were top scorers for the Penrith men in the first innings, with 11 and 5 respectively, and in the second innings of the, same team; P. Chapman, not < ut 18, W.'Rhodes 7, an...

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