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General News. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 26 May 1882

General News. According to the London correspondent of the Newcastle Daily Chronicle, " it is roughly estim'ated that there are about £6,000,()00 of arrears of lent due to Irish landlords that cannot he got. Men well informed on Irish matters believe that it will become necessary in the end for the Government to pay the landlords £2,000,000 of this on their under taking to free the tenan's from the other £4,000,000. It seems a very extraordinary proposal to make, but it is supported by persons of intelligence and authority. The landlords despair of getting half the arrears, and if they were offered one-third down they would be thankful. The tenantry are not in a position to pay-so men acquainted with the country say. It would not be a surprise to see a .proposal made in Parlia ment in the course of a year for a grant to be made to the Irish landlords for such a sum, in consideration of their making a clean sweep of the arrears." The notorious Socialist newspaper, " Der , Freiheit," ...

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Sporting. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 26 May 1882

It ''appears that' this . real. ,o$ner(; of Cunriamtilla,' the winner dftfre'^clneyipup,' remarks t^e Iftvej'efl Tt'meSy is a the firm of Cobb arid Co.; anil rfc.ise;ppfteti4 that the members of the jdrm won sometliing' like £20,000 by :tbe result of the rape. '~'t , In the Intercolonial bowline .j contest between New South Wales and1 VioioriV, on Wendesdaiy last, the Victorians bad; 31 pOinti to the jjpod at the cpncliision. oi' the game. This is the, thircl;1 contest j that' . has taken place between the 'two ' colonies; .< Victoria having!'iNohlivf&of them., j. . j t A six'-dayfc'bibycle tournament will take . .place at Adelaide (onr t&e Ju?ie, for the championship '^Australia. ' Prizef. rarigiii g irofn . ,tb 1 be. pjffereii' Intercolonial! entries will cloqe on the'first of r JL< .. vtr.w. .. I' ll r '? JIU)6* *-tn.r . .r.1' ':1 . r -i * An theDevonOofcntjr^Gun Club grounds, at Danish,1 l>h' Catyei: fcontested a pigeon shooting, match, '...

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Railway Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 26 May 1882

' -" Railway Tims Table-- >' - Hi',it .> ? r'i; . Trains leave Sydney. | : Arrive " at Penrith . .9.0 . 10:38 , '5.20 p.m., '6.55' p.m. 8.0 p.m. 9.10 p.m. Saturday Additional. , , 7.0 a.m. j . ; ( 8.30va.m. " , 1.45 p.m." . ~ ' 3.14 p.m. . Trains leave Penritli j Arrive at Sydney. 5.20 a m. . ^ 6.45 a.m. . , .>,,,.7.40 a.m.- 9.1 G a.m. , ?> ,.4.23 p.m. ,, - ,,2 6.2 p.m. / . Saturday: Additional. - 7,.20p.'m. :..tf 8.52 p.m. < , >? . Monday passenger. 1 . 10.15 a.m. 11.35 a.m. A train leaves Sydney for Penrith every Sunday at 12.15 a.m. arriving in Penrith at 2 a.m. . ,

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Rechabitism. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 26 May 1882

On Thursday, 18th instant, a; lecture was delivered in the Temperance Hall' on the abjove subject,: whicfi. necessarily,, combined strict teetotaiism, by the Rev,' ; Joseph Walker. ... . < ? . Mr. Morgan was voted, to the chair, and expressed regret at such a scanty, audience as was present, and thought that a subject, such as the one under notice would , have attracted more attention. He hoped that during the evening the assembly would in crease, but such was not the case however. He informed the meeting that he was accompanying Mr. Walker, who is from Ballarat, on a ministerial tour through the sister cojony, spending his holidays, their .object being!to extend the principles of the .Order., to which they belonged, viz,, the Rechabites, and to extend temperance prin ciples generally. He then- introduced the lecturer; . ' ,1'r, Mr. Walker also' regretted that there was ibefore him such a small assembly, but he would not . do as is generally done,-*spefld; time,in talking...

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The Nepean Times, Published every Friday Morning. FRIDAY, MAT 26, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 26 May 1882

Published every Friday Morning-. FRIDAY, MAT 26, 1882. THE people who follow the proceed ings in our Insolvency Courts, in hope of some clay coming across a delicious mouthful, had one of these pleasant surprises before them last week. It is only the other day that the Yice-president of the Political, Protection and Reform League was refused a certificate by the Chief Commissioner, because his conduct in passing over a business colourably to his father, and then carrying it on as a salaried clerk, in the way he did, disclosed that which was de cidedly bad, and ought to be visited with appropriate punishment. Mr. George Day, M.L.A. has often I boasted that he is " up to his eyes in free selection," and last week he was ! a leading witness in an important case. It appears that riot only is he "up to his eyes" as aforesaid, but so are his sisters, his cousins, and his aunts, and also his brothers and his nephews. When the 'case was decided against the Messrs. Robert son of Yarrowbee Ru...

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Court of Appeal. TUESDAY MAY 23RD. [Before Messrs. J. K. Lethbridge, Dr. Duncan, J. McCarthy, and E. J. Wilshire. J's P. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 26 May 1882

[Before;, .. Messrs J. K. Letkbriclge, Dr. Duncan, J. McCai'tbyr and, E, J>: ^ilsWre'. ].'.v..m j'sp -"v.5 The Coiineil was represented by the I CoUn6il Clerk, and Mrl Jj Worboys one c>f the'valuers.- ;,:v F; Elliott; R. Moscrop,Jas.Launders^ and Jolm Tapping ? did riot appear to rii ah e'their appeals when th6ir names were called out. : In! the case of Henry Sheen, the' occupier, did notjappear, but the agent for the property stated that an arrangement had been made between the owner iarid the occupier for the, former to meet the case. ": f . , In the case of Anne Neale,!lithe , valuer' stated that the had been rated ih;error jfor, property that had b6en '.!Hte'd!]-t<r;:!anotl\er; person;1 as not in bcciipatibri; arid' therefore the appeal was sustained and the assessment taken off. " ; Richard Wailace ?: was 1 rated' for ' 10,33 acres of land at Luddenham/at ls 2d ])er acrei against which he appealed, stfttingvthat his assessment had been raised year by year, but ...

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 26 May 1882

I LOCAL NEWS. I.';.. Mr. T. R. Smith's new residence _neai\ Lemon Grove, is" nearly completed. Pain-, ters, paperhangers, &c., have been afc work for some weeks, and' have worked wonders. "The whole ofthe internal' arrangements^ are nearly completedtlie paperhang-mgs from the noted house of T. J. Chapman are sim ply supeirb, the groundworks being-each, ot a nktral tint,: with corresponding dados, and o-old : and silver flowers. ( Mr. ana Mrs. Smith ate 'now busily, engaged fixing the j furniture, &c.- .'Some splendid and, costly articles'are being put;' together, nearly the whole of which have only just been landed from England. ' Space will not permit jfour 'describing everything, but we can only say, when completed, it will he one of the neatest residences in the whole district. The site or the house is a grand one, overlooking as it does the whole of Penrith, with a magnificent view of the Blue Mountains, KnrrajoUg, and nearly as far as Richmond and Windsor. The g...

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TUESDAY MAY 23RD. [Before Messrs. J. K. Lethbridge Dr. Duncan, J. McCarthy, and E. J. Wilshire. J's P. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 26 May 1882

TUESDAY MAY 23RD; [Before (Messrs^ J. K.; Lethbridee^) I Dr., Duncan, J. McCarthy, and E. J; Wilsliire. J'8 P. ' -.vf, 'a.I ^ jEdward, Hogan, was charged with allow ing I cow, to,stray. in. High Street,7 j^enrith,, and, pleading guilty, was fined, ls wijth 3st Qd costs. ..Ki ! t..;, Irwin Brook applied for a hawker's Jiqepse, whiph was granted. .. . ? v | The Court then adjourned. ^ " | £,«

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Our Sydney Letter. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 26 May 1882

; Our Sydney L©tter. BY THE TOWN BELLMAN. I Tub .great war correspondent, Forbes,, has, departed, and with him the greater fraud of the two, R. S. Smythe his agent. I don't want to say that Forbes pulls the long- bow, hut his rides to Khiya and other places have ' distorted His vision .till theV.whole horizon seems to glitter with a triumphal arch of Forbesque laurels. All the European wars were fought not for victory or vindication of rights, or (he, assertion of a princes' power or a grand viziers might-but to glorify Forbes and to scoop.in the tin.for his agent Smythe. ;ThiS; is . how his lectures struck me ; and after the first glamour of his ad vent was aver, thisislhoWi it,, struck others also, cooked his goose when he failed to turn up at the Ministerial trip to ;the Blue Mountains in his honor. Then people began to see' through, him. , As a war cor respondent I do hint honour. As a lecturer he uses his fame as a huge advertising placard io a hollow sham. : Things political a...

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Our Police Court. FRIDAY, MAY 19. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 26 May 1882

Our Police Court. FRIDAY, MAY 19. . j BEFORE Messrs. J. D. Single K. Cl«eve, J's.P. ' V', John BeLan was charged with stealing three quarts of corn, valued at Is. 6d., the property of James Carpenter, of South Creek, on the 14th instant, and pleaded guilty. James Carpenter deposed: As I was re turning home on Sunday I went to the stable to give my horse a drink, when I got there I heard a voice, and called out to the person I saw ; soon after recognised John Behan. I said to him, "Is it you ?" and his replied, '"It is;" he had the corn and a bag in his possession, and- it'is my property. Fined :10s., or 7: day8; in Parramatta gaol. Fine paid. ? ? r',; ,;.i U'.to , : A. F. Doyle, of Fairlighfc, applied for a' slaughtering license, which was granted. i :

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A SPOILT CHILD. CHAPTER IV—CONTINUED. RORIE COMES OF AGE. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 26 May 1882

A SPOILT CHILD.' CHAPTER IV-CONTINUE:]. RORIE COMES OF AGE. The Squire and his daughter had plenty of hunting in this merty month of October, but there had been no Mgn of Rorie «nd his big raking chesnut iu the field, nor had anyone , in the Forest heard of or seen the young Oxonian. ^ * I daresay he is only coming home m time for the birthday/ Mk-Tempeso remarked plaoidly, and went on with her preparations ' for that event. She wanted to make a strong impression on the Duchess, who had not Dehaved too well to her, only sending her invitations for indiscriminate afternoon assemblies, which Mrs. Tempest had graciously declined, pleading her feeble health as a reason for not going to garden-partie*. , . . Yixen was in a peculiar temper during those three weeks, and poor Bliss McGroke . had hard work'with her. _ 'Der, die, das,' cried Vixen, throwing down her German grammar in a rage one jnornin0*, when she had been making a muddle°of the definite article in her exercise, v and the pat...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 26 May 1882

:Ms. . JFOR THE PBOPILh.' '? Published every Friday Morning. GONTAINS leading articles on the- prominent, questions of tlie.day the latest local news, and general .telegrams jij" Doings of, ;tlie ;Day,''( by " P,uck'[ ; racy, and humourous extracts from American journals special, correspondence and the' latest Sydney Commercial news. ' ^ ,; 1 'Subscription'28/ 6d.'per quarterin advance. HEFEAK TIMES OFFICE, , High-street, Peniith. Special Jobbing1 Department: ; THE proprietors:of the Nepean nines ;are pre*' pared to execute .printing of every'deijcrip: tion.. ; Posters, business cards, billheads; pro grammes^ , turned out at the, shortest notice, with neatness and dispatch. - ' .... : Charges as,lo w as possible. Estimates furnished. ?w The London iand Lancashire Fire Insurance Company; «ii.- j ILL take; Risks . of every description at lowest current rates, '.;'.... { D. J. W0RI50YS, , ; ' - V.^ V'/jAgent! j New Zealand Accident Insurance / v,; - -GoMpany^ iPNS.ORES,against accident...

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Scientiflc. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 26 May 1882

Sciontiflo MANY -workshops contain a dirty wnsh lec titer, which is thrown aside and wasted for the want of knowing how to clean it. Make a solution of weak soda and warm wuter, rub plenty of soap into the leather, and allow it to remain in soak for two hours j then rub it well until it is quite clean. After wards rinse it well in a weak solution com posed of warm water, soda, and yellow soap. It iuu>t not be rinsed in water only, for then it would be so hard when dry as to he unfit for use. It is the smail quantity of soap left , in the leather that allows the finer pai tieles of the leather to separate and become soft like silk. After rinsing1, wring it well in a rough towl, and diy quickly j then pull it about and brush it well, and it will become softer and better than most new leather. In using a rough leather to touch up highly polished surfaces, it is frequently observed to scratch the work ; this is caused by par ticles of dirt, and even hard rouge, that are left in the l...

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The Gardener's Guide. ORCHARD AND FRUIT GARDEN [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 26 May 1882

The Gardener's Guide. OJRCHAHD AND FRUIT ^GARDEN No time should now be lost in preparing land that is to bn planted with fruit trees* thin ^ason, and advantage must be taken of favourable weather to push on the work. As we have advised previously let the work be done thoroughly, so-that the young trees will have ihe advantage of a favourable st«rt. Fruit trees .will always pay well for any extra care in I the preparation of the ground before they are planted, and to deep cultivation and drainage. Strawberries may be planted, though it would have been much better to have gut the plants in earlier, so as to, enable them to make a strong autumn growth. When planted when the season is advanced the plants cannot make the >ame amount of growth by the time they ar"iv'e at the fruiting stage, as when they started early in autumn. As strawberries thrive best under, a high system of cultivation, the ground for them should be well manured and deeply worked. In selecting the plunks choose th...

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Commercial. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 26 May 1882

v-u-.mi o-jvi -.< ? Commercial* ??.;">«S' \ ' /On/tfre Hjvtiarfs,'prime preen luborrie hay' is £9 los. to ^10; iiier1'tori ; other; ^'qualities}' £8' to £9 imaiae 5s. per; bh^he]; j' bran ls.,8d. to Is. 9d. ; oats, 3s.! 9ii. to 4s.|;!' Wnpollardj! firm at lsV.7|',d. ,to lSif..8d,; .imported if!<>atGnii6haffi:£8 .to> ?£9 perAton,; straw.; chaif vf£6 to:£7;lOg.-i;potftto^Snfirra, from:,.£5.; 12if rif|id6^tq>Uv£91 r, accordingi ;to>; quality,; and; Modality!; onions, i L4i 1.5s;> to' fL5-butter, Is. J Odf'to ils 9d. piir'lb.;:bacon, .(Td; t6';9d.-per lb;' .'.choeso; 7d.i to yd: shams', 14d. ;< honey. 4d. to, ltd.; <oggB,i Is Gdivj) l»ee8\vax,r;9d to l,ld.(; lard [ .; Sdv ito-ftd'.-ilb}fo w Is J3&.i(3d. to 7 3s.,6d per" ;.pair;niducKs;to ..4s.;,* geese,;i5s-.; to, 6s.';; ijftai'keysj'^ ;Ss to.lOa, , ^peis'-.doiseii/'.l^.^- c. ?« : ;? . .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 26 May 1882

IMPORTANT TO ALL: IMPORTANT TO ALL CUMBERLAND HOUSE, PENRITH, EGS to announce the arrival of hi8 WINTER STOCK, which is of the largest and most Fashionable description and marked at the Lowest Prices A trial will substantiate this faot. B Latest Novelties in Velvets. Velveteens ; Silks Satins Plushes Cashmeres French Merinos Homespuns Winceys Ladies Hats in *, Sealskin Plush Beaver and Chenille. Ladies' Toques in Velvet and Sealskin.' RTBBOKT8. A Large and Varied Stock, comprising Plush, Satin, Moire, Velvet and Terry, and other novelties. Newest designs in Swiss Embroidery Josephene Kid Gloves' Taifc'ls, Gloves Mens' Dral Buck Gloves In all sizes. Ulsters! Ulsters! A special Line in Ladies' and Cliildrens' UJsteis of all shades and styles. Ladies' and Girls' Jackets with fur and braid trimmings, the fashion. , Children's Velveteen Tweed and Serge Tunics. Children's Ulsters and Jackets in great variety. SEASONABLE CLOTHING For Men, Youths and Bovs, This is the Cheapest Market. Men's...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 26 May 1882

M Independent Order of Oddfellows. .. No.'-19, Western Pioneer Lodge, EETS at Tcrapernnco "Hall, every alter nate Tuesday at 7.80 p.m. J. WALKER, N.GK ' V' ' ' W. PRICE, Sec. jrXJDCShBS' CELEBRATED EYE DROPS. ; X-N Infallible cure for sand and swelling1 JLJL blight; weak, sore and inflamed eyes. 1b. per pot, Dandelion and Rhubarb Pills, a mild and efficacious remedy for indigestion and bilious ness. Is. per box. Gelatine coated Liver Pills (prepared and coated in New York, specially for the proprietor). Is. and 2s. 6d per box. .' .. .... . ARTHUR JUDGES, 1 ^ 'i n' Chemist, Penrith. WHEEL WRIGHTS' A RMS. HOTEL, r L High-street, Penrith, . Opposite the Mulgoa Road," EDWARD JO YCE, Proprietor THIS old established Louse is now sup plied with the choicest description of "Wines, Spirits, Beer, &c. " First-class accommodation. N.B.-It is the intention of the proprietov to erect in addition to bis now commodious establishment four more rooms, to meet tb» large increase of trade. VOL...

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The Daily Telegraph on A. M Lachlan's Case. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 26 May 1882

MXachlan's ^'Wistalce the fbllo^ing' FrQha'tbe above pape .ian'd which shows cilearly one of the mat y >? defective clauses in the present Licensing' 'IvAotr:-1 .j...»The; case of ) the man Archibald ; II'Laug-hlin which came on for a final hear oing a^ i the Central Police Court last week, lit brings out veiy prominently one of the ^defective features of the new Licensing Act. j/ M'Laughlin is a publican at Penrith, thirty j ,bdd miles from Sydney, and was summoned j>to attend at the Licensing Court, at Sydney, i to answer a charge preferred against him by f s: the police ;f or selling liquor within prohibited j hours on Good Friday. After coming- three . .times all the way from 'Penrith to be ready .)?'("when!his case wa!s called on, he was at;last , fined £5, i with costs of court. It is no ^benefit . to the public to aggravate b (individuals with tedious and vexatious f: I litigatiohy or to make them lose much time ?) and-money in attending police prosecutions.,, '! Speedy...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 26 May 1882

o33i> (Late Eoyal Oak\ I 69g Cecrge-Street, Eaymarket,: . SYDNEY. . ; ; " WILLIAM 'WlIH, Proprietor "1 ja TINES, Spirits, and Beora, of the best qual V:Vf ity, always in'Bjtocii£:V'The best accomnio ^' on for coiuitry, ;visitorsv. , , ARCH. M'LACHLAN, THJE E08B IN>!. EVEKY accommodation for Visitors !and best of liquors always lwpt in stock. Practical BUTCHER, HIGH-BAREST Penrith. Opposite Judges' store and next Lang's Bakery). ?jf\XipBJR8 punctually attended to.' All \J . .. Goods of the best quality and prices sjriotly moderate., . Small goods always on lijBiid. . N.B;~kNo scrap cart kept. .' 'I v' ?' 'J V »' '4 ' I , Engraver, Copperplate,:LUho- . graphic'and \ ? '?sesJrs'sM^msss mMSm,.. : IT, BA.THUEST - STEEET, 'SYDNEY £3r Defy; Competition. T R. #I SMITHi AU CTION EERS ; . ; ?'.{ AND' . ; ' Commission Agents, 609, GBORGE > STREET, SYDNEY. ' .; r ., v,( Hold' Sales as follows : < ; ; Darling Harbour: ; ; Every Day-Wood, post, rails, &o. I Hay, corn, ...

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Municipal Council. THURSDAY MAT 25TH 1882 [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 26 May 1882

Miuiiaipal Council. ^Thursday MAT 25TH 1882 PresentThe i Mayor, and Aldermea lOrbas.'.-BesTeyj Smith, jas. Price, John. Price, and Raskin. - . The minutes of the previous meeting1, after some discussion as to. legality, were read and confirmed. Finance Committee's report recommend! Ling' payment of the fa lowing* amounts, viz.', j M. ivilgahhion, day labor, L6,j W. Willett, j day labor, L5 15s; on the motion of Alder man Besley, seconded . by Alderman John Price, was received and adopted. I Que tion: Alderman Besley asked if it was a standing order that all. parties should pay for crossings to their own premises. , I The Mayor replied that according to the minutes of a meeting held in 1880 wliich I was a call of the whole Coi'nuil it was decided that' each party should benr the^ cost, but that numbers of crossing*;, including the new kerb and guttering in High-street had been put in at the cost of the Council. ildermm'Gross-ii^k0d--iHmyi«]^rt-iiid been received from the Works Commit...

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