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

Lecture. BETWEEN two huridred and three hundred people assembled at the Temperance Hall, on Tuesday night last, to hear the Rev, Dr. Steel, D.D., of Sydney, on the " Highlands of Scotland." The chair was taken by the Rev. George Brown, who said it was his very pleasing duty to introduce Dr. Steel to the notice of the audience. He took it as one of the most exemplary desires a man can have, to Jeayfe this world better than he found it/ Mr. Clouston had strived to make Penrith better than it was, and he had suc ceeded to a certain extent. He would not flatter Mr. Clouston, and did not wish to take up time, so then introduced Dr. Steel to the assembly. The lecturer then gave a short, elo quent, and interesting ncoount of the High lands and Lowlands of Scotland, its rich scenery, its romantic history, and the. many brave struggles it had made to gain its independence. Between the borders of fights, and struggles had been experienced in days gone past, and no country has a greater number...

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

The Club Hotel, LITH G 0 W, P WALLACE begs to inform the public # of Lithgow and district that having' constantly on hand a large supply of Wines, Spirits, Ale, Porter, &c., of the choicsst brands, he is prepared to accommodate his patrons to their satisfaction, and trusts, by attention to business, to receive a, liberal share of support. SADDLE HARNESS and COLLAR MAKER, High-street, Penrith, IS prepared to undertake any kind of work in connection with his business on thd shortest notice, and at the same time guaran te the most perfect satisfaction. A trial only requested. JOHN PRICE & SONS, Undertakers & monumental Mason Henry-Street, Penbith. Terms moderate. - Mourning Coach and Buggies. JOHN SQUIRES, PLUMBER, TINdMITH, AND GALVANISED IRON WORKER, High-street, Penrith, near Mulgoa Road. Orders for fixing guthering, pumps, <feo. have prompt attention. Trial Solioited.

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South Creek—St Mary's [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 26 May 1882

South Creek-St] Mary's From pur own Correspondent. QUEEN'S BIRTHDAY passed over very quitely considering' the attractions tliatare else where, the only feature of amusement being a cricket match between a Sydney team, and our local lads,' which resulted in an easy defeat -of--4he-4ocaU- -- The township was - quite in a blaze after dark, being- one con tinual roar of the rt ports of the fir«works. From reliable information I am informed1 tha t the Order of Good Templara No. 225 of this town, intend very shortly to again bring* their order under the public notii e, but this time instead of a lecture, it is to take tho form of a concert. I believe some of tho members are in active training for the occa-ion, and from all accounts it promise® to be a success. On Thursday the marriage I mentioned! in last week's report came off It was a very brilliant affair and I think goes to tho front for being* one of the best displays wo have had for some considerable time. Tho bride attended by her ...

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

i CRICKET <rnir * " i 3; A cricket match' was played at Soutli :Oreek on Queen's Birthday, between 1 the. ; Kent C.Ci, and the South Creek Union , -\vhioh resulted in:a win for,'the Sydney'men ?,,j by 53 runs.' The heavy rain which fell at .; lunch time made the ground in « Rightful [ state; the: bataroen could not keep their .. > fpet i under them,1 therefore, some; of'1 the :.;ySouth 'tCreeki Union's best men. went'outr u'i for liardly ianvfcbing. . < .->.->»;j*; /: iiriAppended-are the snores:-.:!! 'h» hw'u SOUTH: iOR^EK., WW f. i-vlPirst Innings.; .icrc-oJ r (foR^v. Trivett^bPallett ... ^'n^hadlO/W,,hit on:wicket' irwfm'r*# ^.Gilbert, ditto:<;. i?;* j;; i :v.ivn »rfoKri«i ^!p.,RoyaJ> leg before: wicket r,ansi j % v! 0.'Royal{ run,OUt ? f>"> .v.V;;-v; J 1 3. .vthRdyaliib-CLPalleto/.:..;j.i.ijvVV' j 1; :\j Tolbu'rst, leg- before wicket ) 221 ,is:ScaDb^rry, b C. Pallett Vr' ;i ; 0; r,;iIi?i|oi?j;jbI ditto u',*s:« ,v; f wiq'n- ' 2. ...

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I.O.G.T. STAR OF THK WEST LODGE, 214. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 2 June 1882

LO.G.T. . STAII OF THK WEST LODGE, 21C The usual weekly meeting of tliei above was held in the Temperance Ha!! on Friday, 26th instant, when about, twenty members were present, and it. is regretted by all who take an interest in the welfare of the*-lodge /f-wad society generally, tnat the meetings are not attended by the members, of which oyer, eighty are at jpresent good on the books, and », out. .of...such a number there should 'be a , ^larger attendance than has been registered of late. Certainly there are many of our ; members, who, by their unsettled circum j; jstances^cannot make it convenient to do so, [ ,J)ut the majority could with little exertion, |; ahd they shou;d remember that the objects of attending the meetings are not for the i pole purpose of killing time, but to assist . 'each otuer in advancing a work for ihe. ^benefit of mankind generally, and not alone Llpr an individual or a few. It is'a cause v. which has.profitted thousands and is every * dftyCproo't'essing ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 2 June 1882

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WEDNESDAY MAY 31ST. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 2 June 1882

1 'WEDNESDAY MAY 31ST. Bofor'e Mr. *JF. ]jCv Cleev.^ J.P. John Thorn p66n, on demand from Monday last, tnyas logain brought? up charged with 'iiriluwfully aud .malicio.Tjpnr stabbing Thomas 'C^chran^., . t ^ Olara KriijjhtonVwas (called. on' Mclvcor roooratetfl 'the >evidence given byCochrjma oni Monday. '' ,, 't l '! i V/' / T (Jamfes 'H6nrie^ Ms' also called, ap^ con- > cliisively proved that Thompson had stabbed Qojchrane, he having obtained the knife wljich was stained with blood, dropped by , prisoner,Aajad',tljie'rempi^der his evidence lei cofobQE&ij&av iftaigivupi ©ta/l^ondajr, f ?h pPhe Be^ch committed the pris6ner to take f; biatrial at the next Cofirt' of Quarter Sess &oEtis tob6 held at Patramattfc dri 'the J3th . 'ttf October next, j jrhej-Court then.adjourned: 11 " 1 ; The 'ArgUis.states'1 thiiit;speciiil instructions haye been issued to the officers in charge of. the metropolian police,, by the Government, directing thd.m' to'. littVej ' t...

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TUESDAY MAY 30TH. Before Messrs. j. K. Lethbridge and J. K. Cleeve J.s'P. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 2 June 1882

! TUESDAY MAY 30TH. Before Messrs.1'j. K. Letlibridge' ajid J,, f ,<;L: ;'K, Cleeve'J.sT.' . -1-1 John Daniels was charged ( w,ith using1 ob scene language on Mature; Road, St.. Mary's on jthe 29th May, pad was"; .fined' 5s or 48 hours in qhe look-upi !'Tlie:^aii^e'.man ',was also charged with being drunk at' the. same time andpjace and'was fined 5s or 48-hours iu the lock-up. , i ' / 'f Literary QDimo," on ,8uhimons; ; was ohai'ged with being; drunk en the Great Western Road, at Emu plains, on the 13th of M»y, and pleaded' " not guilty your wor ship." . ; 'i ? ' ' ; ' Constable- Bressington, sworn, . deposed : The defondantj between 3. and 4 o'clock p.m., was drunk oh the Great .Western Koad, at Emu'Plains ; toid him I would summon hito[ for deling drunk ; he snid he was . not drunk ; the'road wannot, wide enough for him ; he was staggering nil over the road j am positive'he was tlrunk; saw: him between ? Mr. Tburst'»n's au^d tljtej police station; also saw him at PerI;y...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 2 June 1882

| [Beatsotfs Commercial Hotel, I HIGH-STREET, PENRITH. i,r MRS. M. BEATSOK begB leave to assure her friends, and the publ'C generally, that first-clr1 'S accommodation ond liquors of the best brauds continue to be supplied by her at this old eetablnhed and favoir, ite house. RED COW INN, Adjoining Railway Station, ! . tjii;'- PENRITH.: T8Q,fi® A~S~5MITif, . .Pbopkietob. ! . .v | mHE house is new, large, and commodiousy ^ X and is prov ided with every convenience; for the cor/)forfcof yiw^oraand touiists. ^ The table is ^bevally provided^, arid tlie celJ TS' ara we'l stocked vith liquors of the b t brands personally telect \ by t;)e proprietor; .;rfi An excellent table end well appointed Bi)MevA-roo«\ n'.'^ Immediate attention given, tc^telegrams.< . .:,>i THOMAS SMITH, &??> ' , . ^:3^£riefcoiY^ . f<f. (iii V-.'.'.vV-' V \ f i .P'r'.' 'i t 1 > - ? .fl!, ^ . v 11 j'] >/? BBS MRS. HAMILTON ti BECIRES to1'thank the inhabitants of Peri vitli and ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 2 June 1882

r UX VX , N_/JL J AUOTI ON EER, L AN D.: A N D . H fi X JO" \ [l3l PENRITH;' ' \p i*\ ? \a^v;' j NG. st ?.:Jut® eSyQ ? STEPHEN BUTLER JJJJGS to inform the inhabitants of Poririth 'thathe has conimenced business as a Butcher.''' A trial/^respectfully solicited,'., Charges/ sfcrictiy moderate. . .. , ;.-.T .1 \ . .JNJote the Address-. 1 L . . Jk. ' . ?' . 11 . W ../(/!. r>"*ia-n << ).)' KI NfPy S T R EE T... N ,011,JT hJ (PARSONIb TiANE.)f . .! . f.j. "? ,s Jife If ^HOLESAHtj^AND ;i ( F A MI L-1 %Qjj 0 C E-R; ^ All Orders1 punctual ly,At'.endeii'jfco^. ^ Corner Mulgoa Road and High Streets," Penrith.' HIGH-STR ET, PENRITH, yv. ; V GB SE5 B EH, Q BAP E Br. . "and : COLONIAL Produce, Bought. , AH kord'eraj punctually attended t6. I'ttSPit J.<J 6:&'. pie X^iiii?ercial Bankiiig ?o»m^ paiiy of Sydney.. Established 1834. Iricorporatedvl84 .,i ^Capital,' £0'0b';6bd. , Resgr ye,Fundus'''''/' v^0< INTEREST allowed on lixecUlG|Aai^i.jrf cur...

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Sporting. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 2 June 1882

v/," Vv . ' . . I The. final lipatVjft)r1tn'iB';38Irug Champojgflqf Oup'1 came' oflr.oil!^ Saturday! !last over the Champion course' on1 -the Pw'rramatta Road, and wii:swdfr> b'y.'Mft J. Fittes, the Vic torian amateur champion. Brett;."\?ho it wa st h ou g-li twou 1 dpu s h Fittes c]ose]v,'fouled with Arthur;' and of course lost, his chance in the race, although vif.-^as-the opiiiioqsv^f/ many that the Victorian could have. woto th&| xbfee df the accident:had not occurred.! On Monday, May ,38 (says, the ..S, Register), practice. >vas ,held 'at the Soutfi'? Australian! Rifle Associatioii^range,. Henley : Beachj' wlieh sdniie excellent shotting* was made, Mr. J. H. Robertson, of Chowilla; made 200 points out of a possible 106, afc'jf ;J0Q,i5,0O,. and^oGOO yards, the buH'se^|;a^. 200 ypd§ being ejgllt inehe? in diafoe&ik j seven' shots' at 'oacii distance. Out''of -Vp;# I uhots ai lOOOiyarclshe also scored 69 points^ out of; a possible 75. ;The rifles used were:' ...

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South Creek—St Mary's. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 2 June 1882

Soutb Oxeefe-St Maryfs* From our own Correspondent j Since last week's report, we have be«n | visited with some very nice showers, which, ;,|i although nbt nearly;sufficient, have don®' "ft ;[ great deal of good in filling up many of the! t .residents' tanlfs, .. , Stock are i gradually. be- / coming thifiitaer.' ' I believe the farmers here j hdve.lpst. a considerable quantity of their io ^ stock through the long, drought. I am very glad to see that the correspondent of th^; \Aler6ury takes'such a '.great interest in tjie'" water supply of the town. I' can fully en dorse his .statements with respect to the tovrn, ) bejing very baldly off for a water, supply. ; ,<yiery.few houses are supplied with tanks,1' consequently a lai'ge proportion of the in- 1 » habitants have to rely t for .their, supply of, w|iter'from the pi'iv ate spring of a resident. I ara -certain that .if :the .owners, of hou^s ; W wbuld'place good large underground tanks to thleir properties, the tenants ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 2 June 1882

'? ialapjadant Order of Odd fallows No. 19, Western Pioneer Lodge,' ;|; MEETS at Tcmporance Hall, everr'idwri nate iuesday at 7.30 p.m. : ? f . ^ \dkf\ J- WALKER, NiGi" ; IO * W. PKiCEi-sec;;;-;: . ?* jXTT.)C3l: ;l iij^LEBKATED^E'VE1" DROPS; . | ?jKLiKlnliillibla care' for wind, sWaiiHij ^Ju blig-ht f weak, sor^and infhunedeyes. ". lSjipBr-pOt. ?' :'. ; .; .. ... , , V-,; ^Dandelion and Rhubarb Pills,' a mild arid efficacious remedy for indigestion and biliou^ nwB. ^ls; per box. ; Gelatine coated Li'v&i Pilis (prepared and coated in New York1 specially for the proprietor). 5' lis.: arid 2s 6d per;box.'Mi' <j.. J ;? .!.:..«!. .'i t i;' ^M'HARTH URJUDGE8,'; 1 ?;/> . v -High-street, Pfcnritlx,' ' j'Opposite the lulgoe Roa^! E BWABD J © VV E,'ProprletOi i . HPH IS old established house is' now ''sup-' jl; plied with the choicest desci'ipti6h<,-6f'i Wines, Spirits, Beer, ifcc. : --. v, . . ; v.Eirst-class acconimodation. ' 1 ! .' It is the intention of th...

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 2 June 1882

i LOCAL NEWS. ( j During, the week , there has been heavy business at the Police Court, Monday was occupied by a stabbing case, which was remanded till Wednesday. Tuesday faw numerous persons fined for being drunk and obscene language, and on Wednesday the finish of the stabbing, case, Cochrane v. Thompson, was heard, the prisoner bping committed to take his trihl at the next Court of Quarter Sessions to be held at Parramatta on *he fth of October next. r . Great hardship is experienced-* by/many persons wbo have cases at the rLiceuping Court," Sydney. Some of the , defendants have'been six or seven days^waiting to liave their cases heard. . On Tuesday last, ' one defendant, a female, with a family of seven1 children at home, at Camden, where she live s, begged that her case might be heard on; "V^ednesday, -but her request'was not acceded toi We consider this very hard indeed, causing the defendant unnecessary expense sl e having to go home, and1 return again en Friday, the n.sr.'H ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 2 June 1882

restrict Resident Medical Officer. FORMERLY House Surgeon, and resident . Assistant Physician,' Queen's Hospital, Birmingham. House Surgeon, Children's Hospital, Birm ingham. Resident Medical Officer, Henley in Arden Lunatic Asylum. Medical Officer R.M.S;S., " Oceanic," White - ; Star Line. Medical Officer R.M.S.S., Zealaudia. Gov. Medical Officer Immigration Service.. , At Home until 10 a.m7 1 to 3 p.m. 6 to 8 pin.

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Our Police Court. MONDAY, MAY 29TH 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 2 June 1882

"Our'Police Court. , ? . 'MONDAY,. MAY 29TH 1882. BEFQEB Mr: J. K Ceeve, J.P.' ? lue'wit} Gey^r 'a Q<-rtimn, was chaVged with being drunk in High-street, on Saturday night. I ; ^ : The defendant said that it was his birthday on thp previoija Friday, and he had imbibed somewhat strongly. Fined 2s Gd. John Thompson was charg-ed.with nnlay-. fully and. maliciously stabbing Thomas Go(ilirane, - who was staying at O'Hara'a bush, near Prospect. Constable Watt, sworn, deposed : About 12 o'clooii:'"oil: Saturclay night from'inform fltion J received, I went tp O'Hara'a bush, I*'r(ispe;6t!,1 about i-O'clock to Mr. Robert Knighton's hut; saw Cochrane there ; I ex amined'his ear at South Creek : the satrie night before 12 o'clock ; he'proceeded with me to O'Hara's hut; I alsp examined it wheijyv/e arrived ;at 'Knighton's afterVlije had; WBi&ed ' himself ;VL saw the | risoner ^ and charged him with unlawfully wounding; there was a cut on the lobs of Cochrane's ear; on the same...

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General News. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 2 June 1882

General News It is reported- at V,«ennar that the Princess Beatrice is' batvothe'd\ to./ Prince "William of Hetse/^- younger la-other- to the reigning Duke Ludwig 4th, who married tlie.Piincess Alice.'4 Pi'ince William is 36 yeaTS.of age. A Bari- Francisco .paper} having been driven desperate by voluntary poetical con tributors, sounds ithis note-.of warning;-; " We don't.Jknow exactly how newspapers were conductad at that distant period, but during some recent excavations in Assyria a /pt-em oni flfe silvi-r moon was dug up. It was engTftved on a tile, and"close beside it were lying a large battered club, and part of a human' skull. You may draw your own conclusions." M An iatrocious. attempt to murder, was, made ion, Thursday lafct, at Geelong (Victoria),V:when a \wan nampd- Robert' Johuson, who, it is "aid, i* in theiemploy of the Queensland Government, as a light-Jiouse keeper," "sCot1at*$fr7T3wyer, governor of the Geelong.,gapj..r. It. appears,.Johnson went to Dwyer'a sonv incl...

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Railway Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 2 June 1882

Railway Time Tabla. Trains leave Sydney. I Arrive at Penrith. -9.0 ,10.38 5;20 p.m.. 6.55 p.m. 8.0 p.m. 9.10 p.m. .i.fl;Saturday;Ad^tip^aV.I^ t iiiW 7.0 a.m. , - 8.30 a.m. 1.45 p.m. // 3.14 p.m. Trains; leave Penrithi | Arrive atv'Sydney. ' .' 5.20 a,m. : fr45>a.ui..; 'v' 7.^0 a.m. 9.16 a.m. 4.23 p.m. ; j 6.2 p.m. Saturday Additional. 7^20 p.m. ,, . i ; 0 8.52 p.m. Monday passenger. ? 7 10.15' a.m.- '." ??o £11.85 arm. A train leaves Sydne f for Penrith every ; Sunday at 12.15 a.m. arriving in Penrith at 2 a.m. . . .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 2 June 1882

M J721 Royal Black .^j,* »»*»»», fperance Hall on,Wed-. GEO. GROSSMAN, Jun, PkI!W«AI1LA.GE begs to inform the \piiblio n ;vof Lithgow and district that having* constantly! on hand a large supply of Wines,1 Spiritrf, Ale,- Porter, &ci, of the choicsdt brands^. lie': is> prepai*ed to accommodate his patrons ito . their satisfaction, and trusts, by, attention to business, to receive a liberal', share of support. !; ' '. r : . 1 1 ^ . r,r j i/;.i -i J. 11 .. j'' J' -I-1 Fi^yiilior . 150''^6RB&{''^A;Nb,! within /lji; miles* pf; " ftl^untf Druiti; Platform; $6 .,7s., 6d> pe*, i: . <|ijt i i ; tjjj. .'Mf'.i 'IfoVtiVi "jj Onb!'Allotment, opposite Victoria, Square, J'&n!d Catholic Church.. t'I. jUj ,y j.,{ |,;s.0. Various otlidr allotments.1 . |/j ,{£fT Four-horse power Vertical* tEngine,, saws,' bench, belting, everything suitable, for ''w'bbd'ou'tting, &C.', In first-class Order and will be sold;; cheap AppIy> . Wi'^L^iMiM^' . v/; v . ,Sf...

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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 — 2 June 1882

Correspondence O-Vyp are at all times happy to insert corres-: >_poodense on matters of interest to' the , public, hut at the same time hold our J eelves in no way responsible, for the opinions of the correspondents.] To THK.-EDITOR OF THE NKPEAN TIMES. Sitf,-I beg- to crave space in your paper to bring befoie your numerous readers the gieat change in tlie season just closing. The fruit trees and grape vine usually make two growths in the . season, the Spring and Autumn growths. Here the frost often catches the. tips during this season. There is. only one growth in the Spring, the trees and vines 2iaving,set in midsummer, or .at least it is so at St. Mary's.. My reason f-r this article is to gather some inforrimtion t'rom among the many orchardists and vig uerons in. the district, with the view of test ing if the occurrence is general throughout the district, as I never remnmber seeing it before. It is worth while to watch -what effect it has upon: the yield of the coming season....

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