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Is This True? [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 10 March 1882

Is This True ? On Thursday last, : at the Quarter Sessions, a man named Augustus Sayers, with nearly a dozen previous convictions against him, and who has served terms of imprisonment varying /from one month to eighteen months, was brought up for sentence. lie had been convicted on the previous day for stealing a saddle. "When I asked the usual question if he had i anything to say why sentence should ?not be passed, he saidt that since he had first got in trouble he had got employment at restaurants, but that the police of Sydney invaribly caused information that he was a convicted thief to be communicated to his em ployers, and. that in consequence he (was discharged. He begged his honor to send him to some gaol up the country, where, when he had served his term, he should bo comparatively unknown, and free from the liarasssirig supervision of the Sydney police. His honor called Sergeant Keating, who liad charge of the case, who said in answer to questions put to him, that so far a...

Publication Title: Nepean Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Defence of Rorko's Drift. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 10 March 1882

Defence of Rorko's Drift;. Pun Art Gallery basin the past "week- re c ive.i an addition in a pietui'c, whose merits, ifv I'mistake not, wid be more appreciated tlie longer the .treasure is with us. The ?p»xinti£i«»* is by Alphose tie Neuvill*,- the subject oneof the most heroic in connection with the lato Zulu war, u The Defenoe of [ liorlie's Drift." The part illustrated by the j artist is thus ' described by the Pall Mall I Gazette " Thpy (the Zulus) now set fire to the"hospital. "i^o roof was thatch, and it quickly b'»\zed. By its light our man -wf ra enabled to see their foes better, and mauy fell before they retreated to better cover After a pause, enconrag'ed,. or;com manded'by, a chief, who from .time to* time shouted his orders from the.hillside,:-they came on again. The -fighting-' in some places beonme hand to hand oVer the menlie sacks. Tho assailants u*ed only their assegais. The'so they did not throw, "but simply used as stabing weapons. Directly a soldier showed his he...

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Another Good Boy. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 10 March 1882

Another Good 'Bov. A DETROIT"grocer was tho other day lijing1 ?rily-waiting for his clerk, to, return fi-omidin ucr and give liini a chance at his own noon day meal, when a hoy came into 'the store with a basket in his hand and said : X soe a hoy grab ,,up this 'oro basket; .from, tho door and run, and I rnir after . hiih .and mado him give it up." ' ' ! " My lad, YOU are an. honest boy." u Yos, sir." # i "And you look like a good boy." ! .f;.Yos,sir." j "Atul good boys' should alvvays be encour aged. In a box in tho back room there! aro eight dozen ogg'3. You may take thorn homo to your mother and keop tho baskot " The grocer had been saving' those 'eggs for days and weeks to reward some one., In rewarding a good boy he also gob eight 'dozen bad eggs carried out of the neighbour hood, free of cost,, and ho,'chuckled a lilt'o chunk as lie walked homewards. ; Tho afternoon .waned, night enme and , wont, and once more the grocer.went to his dinner.' . When lie returned he was picking*...

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THE WEEK'S NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 10 March 1882

TSS WEEK'S NEWS. The sum of £6000 was paid by t he Mel bourne Government for vaaccination lees. Ballarat Gas Company has declared a dividend of 6 per cent, for the half-year. * A commission is to be appointed to ex amine the condition of Sandhurst piggeries. 8ir Bryan O'Loghlen has requested Mr, Baird to withdraw from sale u Tho Fruits of Philosophy." Since that of Joseph Haynos, no further cases of small-pox have been reported from the quarantine station. Twenty-six greyhounds have died in Mary borough during* the last tew weeks from poison laid down in the streets. Mr. Alfred Bliss has been awarded £2500 damages far injuries sustained in the recent Jolimont railway' accident. Probate has been granted to the will oi the late Colonel Anderson. The estate is valued at £1400 and is left to tho widow. Street watering inGeelong has been pro hibited, and the daily average consumption redhced from 900,000 io 510,000 gallons. The 200,000 smuggled cigars, recently seized by the Victorian Cu...

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SOUTH CREEK DANCING SALOON, &c. TO THE EDITOR OF THE NEPEAN TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 10 March 1882

? SOUTH, CRBEK^rBTVNOiNO SAITOH, &c. TO TIIE ED ITOu4p^'HT2- N ErEAN TIMES. .reading:.'tho' corrQiipondeiicS*. cm "Smith Urotik-and fmvroundfngs .1 find 'that ^'"y»ur ca^ivgpoiiaent stutoiBithat a imv cni;^0 h'' young????.men .hove' started' Sv.the pm-posoM^okliu^jg^^: cu_ uxieni-s. '? J . |" '-i:'n r by aakkis :\;;i^"*i*r'6S])oricierit pla'tJ.-j 'under i <)f literary;'"O^terfcHiriTiionte. I don't j think their ,meetings liavq .bVn very well j ' pUtroniRpd ,by, the /public of\South Creole up **to the prest'ii';1, or can 'I see what claim 'fh^yj can have upon, th^.i inhabitants f'o"r their; patronage. VV*hot^'benefi^ can" a) danci ngv saloon be to anycoinmunity, farirewn b,oing*< a step hi the right direction^d^gia&yvhen' the meetings arevheld ;on-' Sd'?urday nights, and kept up un'il the small hours of morning- ( I Have no doul't if thosf enterprising young ' (i men were to take a step in the right direction . they would-receive every assistance...

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South Greek. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 10 March 1882

South Creek..) t , tJFrom our own Correspondent,: JjAst Saturday*w'e liad a -splendid shower of ,rain ., which lasted for* about an hour, 'and llioiigh it, never filled any tanks it 'has, freshened thinj s up a little. There is every .appearance of-more aa I write this (Wednse-. day morning*), and it is to be hoped l am not mistaken. ,/ ' ' , ?The Cricket Match that, was arranged' for last Saturdays between-y/tho local and ;tho Parramatta Britannia Clubs never cume 'off, owing tp f some;»misunderstanding ^between the two secretaries 1 v i p- ]N;ext ' Saturday the;Parramatta "Woodbine. O.C. playour local C.C. on the iatter's ground. .Our knights of tlie willow,.will have to watch themselves, as I: hear their opponents are very warm. " ' r ? ^ ..^ThoGood Templars' Lodge' here is in j ^ry Nourishing condition,X. I am told they 'have a weekly 'ftvorage of about'30. members'. The.liev. Mr. Trivett has castjn his' lot .with ? th'em,' and With his' help' they 'oiigiit;to: 111 ake"! .' a-gr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 10 March 1882

mmu' mms BQISI;. Q (Late Boynl Oakl, 699 George-Street, Haymarkot, SY0J7EY. WILLIAM "WALSII, Proprietor. WINES, Spirits, and Beers, of the boBt qual ity, always in stock. The best accommo dation for country visitors. H, M'LACHLAN, HE ROSE 1JSTJSI gSHRITH. EVERY accommodation for victors and beat of liquors always k^pt in stock. WX&&I&SB \VBIUCTICU BVTOIIGtt, y\ High-Street, Penrith (Opposite Judges' Btore and next Lang'8 Bakery). ORDERS punctually attended to. All Goods of the best quality and prices strictly moderate. Small goods always on hand. < N.B.-No scrap cart kept. T ESTATIE- - " TIMBER. BALANCE of Timber on this E-,tate. Apply oil the Gvoutld, or to A. Colless, Auctioneer;, Penri tli. Penrith ' lVesleyan ,iial>l>ath School ] ANNIV/RSAKY \» i : ? -- A v , A SPECIAL Train will leave Penr^h \at 8.20 a.m. «n Tuesday, March 14th, calling' at all stations, l<'i Parramatta Park, j leaving' Parramatta at 5.40 p.m. , ? ^ . ] Return...

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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 NEPEAN TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 10 March 1882

Correspondence. [We are. at all times happy - to: insert cor ; respoudenco on. matters' of 'interest to the public, but at the same time -'hold bfyBelv«*B. iivno:/\vay responsible for the Opinions .of tliS'corresj>omleii,ts.] TO .THEVKDITOn NEPEAN TIMES. SIR,-Allow, one of your subscribers to ; congratulate you upon . the first issue of your; journal; and in so doing, may I call .-attention to the ....expressions given under ' tho heading of "South Greek Items,", with ' reference to the dancing- club. While rocoo the need of some means to afford recreation for our youth, and nob being alto . g-oMior adverse to dancing yet I cannot con? . o«ivo'. how the undertaking* referred to id thus far in the ri^ht-direction. Yours res'pentiiiuy, " WELL-WISIIEK.

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Emu Plains Water Reserve. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 10 March 1882

p i Emu Plains ,-Water . Reserve. - Akp|JBLIC meetingon Tuesday .eyening la^t fit Enni, for t'iie purpose of pro testing against ?.the locnl water reserve'Ming leased bv the Government-,to,- Miv' -Thqnias-; Smith, M.UA. About 20 persons were-prq-:\ seat.. On the motion of'Mr. ' G. Dempsey,' MrjJJ. D. Single was vot ed to the chair. 'UliG chairman stated ,/fche ; reasons which ' had led to ihi mbelirig beingVP^l!ed; refernng more particularlytke^'injiir'iy:. likely 'to aviso to-1'oc^l^tratl.e'and .'-iiitbrbsts^if a mono-* poly of the reserve were granted to one man. .At present several]'teams : were jcngagqd' in carting' boulders and. gravel from'tlie reserve; Theso woW^'rfow^bei/th^^n-'i: outr ?qf; unless ^hey came to an arrang-ement^witlx Mr; Smitli,ifi ;he , were.}permitted.; to = ;havb: the ground. If they pulled,, altogether, -he^ felt sure that such a manifest piece of injustice would not be permitted.^; In concludingy ho read letiers of apology fr&ft. X)(5.wpun6krifaif...

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Railway Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 10 March 1882

RdilWi Tim^Te/blQ. Trains leave Sydneyl^:«|.-s%Aa;rI^oiat-;EenMth.' 9.0 - - 10.48 ' j 5.25 p.m. >/., i* 7,.5/p.m.''?{ gr ) S.O p.m. v , y ^ k9!l5tp;m^^,'/ Saturday Additional".:*' j' l \ 7.0 n.ni. ; ^r ) 1.45 tp.m. ? 1 >?' i* < 3.20 p. mi ' 1 t 'Trains leave Penrith^jvAmv^'aWSydiiey'i '^ I r tin .< n < I 5.20 am. 6.4oa.m. I 7.45 a:mr~ -.9.10 a.m. ^^^sfaflnajL..ft?w i ' eSaturday.. Additional. P tt i.tin/.m."-'' '.SfopS.. 11 - ^ ^ ' Mo\illay^-passenger .*> ^ 1-1 v ^ " "x ' 'iW >10.15 a.m< c) ti'J /j j'1.35 a.m. ? A train'loaves SydnQ/, f'oi; I?eiiritU -every, 1 ,Sjipdayabjl2Ajjlijn.)arviyiii)g in, l'cnriih" at' 4> n in >»,<>? * / 'j|' K * ^ * 7s 1 * 'i' ' 1 -* 1 ^

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Parramatta. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 10 March 1882

t"? " : ftuTamaiftu. 1 WE hod v«ry >jlittle"rain here on Satnrdoy. or. Sunday last, but it nti-1 theeateningv. Quite' a pleasant change from' the Lot dusty days wo have had. Tin Linnox bridge nuisance i«, being re moved, and givat improvements to the town and park, ai'a.acti vt-lyjbein^ carried ,oa.v ; Mi'. H. ' S. Oiwi'Ice, JervefJet* and watch-: mnker, bas m inuf icturea two handsome gold t'ophes to be;presented to W. A..- Broilie of t.liu Parrjiniut ta A'freds, a»d . A. Evans of ^}.,eriritli#br.;tli.eir'''splendid display «>f batting* and, bowling against tlu All-Engiand E even . v. CumbH'limd 22. . . At AH SninCs Church on Sunday last, a Jiyjnn and p>ayors of tbanksgivina; for the preservation of the life of ljer Majesty wer« otK i'eil, and the Nafi->ual Anthem was sung' at the dose of the service.

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The Nepean Times. Published every, Friday Morning. FRIDAY, MARCH 10, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 10 March 1882

nv'Bubliahib'tl "every, Fridayr"*Moriiing\ ^?'Tj^iyBR^L^iridij^tioE^lias-.'btipnyex^ |;?;'presS(0®fB^.'the&whole, colony afc attoxnp t to lissassiiiate p;ut m^ Oueen ovdry true born Eritislvsufiject' IlerMajesfrf lias by Pro yidence been spared to live through a, reign"r.^liich, has been m arked by ;aWost, every' ^political f ea-. | turo that could possibly be included in a monarchical" rtfgime, British ' interests arc now scattered' entirely & «(^v^r'iblic wide^ ^ido' .wpirld, \and'J;we; : <6 ltd that the magic name'of"Queen Victoria bears with it a sovereign -charm in the la%d.,of the Jong-taiKd Mongolian, the scantily attiredlEiidu, ; the barbarian of. Rou^iem^iriba, and /the native of;j jtitagbnia. History ^'dwelIs -with pridfe'on .t'liQ^cign .of 011%. { virgin Queorf ElizaljCTdi, tli' ceijl.uiy'ar^v ^vyrittcii, we, are rntich mis^q|®?if,;tho. :K>tirnn.tft'()f Q/neon Victoriti^impaeter: does 13.01 .lake tjie'prececleiieo ol'all lier |^|^runn:ers.; v...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 10 March 1882

DONT FORGET SSll 11« LAND SALE THE PICK OF ST. MARY'S TO-MOBTOW, SATURDAY; MARCH it, '0 TIT ANTED, a-Smart-Active* Man to.drive yV toyn dray, &c/ Apply, officco of this paper. | \*^ ' w TENDERS,. ILL bo received for the .erection of a , , Inrg-e House near Penrith, "plans and specifications for. which, caw be" seen between the hours of 10 'and 4 o'clock,,at the;offices of the undersigned^ to "ivliom . tenders aj^p, to bo delivered before noon on'. Wednesday, 22nd of March. ' .. y ; ^ 1 The lowest or any othor tender not neccs-' sarily accepted. .\ V "W. W. WARDELL, C.E.' * \ - Architect. 129i Pilt-sfcreot, Sydnoy. 1 './ N.B.-Plans can also be seen on applica tion, to Mr. George Nash, Storekeeper, Penrith. NOTICE. F tms. should moot the eye of George Bates jun.,. wfyo left Adeiaide about 12, months ago, would1 lie "correspond with liis brother-in law, John Roach, Penrith, when ho will hear, of something to bis advantage. Attempted Assasination of Her Most Gracious Majesty, \ ...

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Commercial. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 10 March 1882

Commercial. HIDES.-Extra weights,- well; cured, 4^k1 to? 4fd ; heavy, 4d:;to 4£d j medium, 3|d to 4d ; 4d to 5d ; do wet, 3^d to 3|d per lb. ; iniei'io^8.dsio^3iLll®r U-> 07. ^ e' wharves yesl^nday. primo green^ lucorne'^^s ^eliiCT'^--.^ **^6d--; other samples £8 to £4 pe?'iT&5rv<(^^0^ of. hay at market, and business dull.>s^HiJ^» 'prime" 5s, weevily samples 4s to 4s 6d per .bushel j oats, 3s.to 3s 3d per bushel ;, Vic itonan onions, £2 15s to L3 j do. chaff, L5 15s,toLG per ton, bogs inclusive; Warrnarii-. fbool potatoes, L3 5s per ton : butter, in keg," lis 3d to Is 6d per lb ; eggs. Is 6d to In 9d. j por dozen ; bacoji, Gd ~to lid ) cheese '4cT to 8d '} bam, Is per lb.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 10 March 1882

rpHE follo^" foi;th0 Nepea? Times, in tlKv places named, ?^^vhmcbpieBof »>« had ttu?; advertisements left: ^ A- Colless, Storekeeper, High-street, Penrith. . , Mrs. Hamilton, Stationer, Penrith. r A .T (J. l i mlnnd, Storekeeper, 1 enrith. , * Y\ james Price, Storekeeper, l^ntli.. ^, V * G 0. Morris, Storekeeper, St. Mar}_s. Miss Wallace Postmistress, Luddenham. V Postmi stress, Grecndale. , \ James Smith, Mulgoa. \ John Parker, Castlereogh. , ; , J. fowling, Storekeeper, St. Mary s. -~a7qrocott, Engraver, Copperplate, Litho K J graphic and V ses^ssM-s'Msis swjjws®, \ n, BAIHTJKST - STREET, SYDNEY Ir Vrfj v Defy Competition. . T. R. & & SMITH, auct ion ;eers AND . Commission Agents, \ 60p» GEORGE - STREET, SYDNEY. Hold Sales as follows Darling Harbour: Every Day-Wood, post, rails, &c. Mondays, ) gay, com, wheat, oats, flour, Wednesdays,1 > and all kinds of produce. Fridays, ) , . - Royal Oak Sale Yards _ 1 Thursdays-Fruit, Oows, pigs, «*«.. laral" "W*S9...

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She Knew She Did. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 10 March 1882

A-S tho morning- . fcrain .. over.^'tlie'V I)otroi c Lansing-.& Northern":pullod^'iipirat ilowell^ . other/day, a niccflooking; old grandma got' aboard with*'; her saVchel/Vand^ettled tlown for a comfortable ride;; ADetroiter was., of. some; assistance1 to'?her. in1 getting sea'tcd/andJie presently asked':; - I 'j$r Going' on awisit 'ij ^^ " Yes, I'm going_down to-Plymoutli?Jb6 :seo my darter,'? she .answered " They've: writ and wiit for ine to.come^ hut I tliongll'jj .'I^ should never get ;starleu " {>\ > \ * " Loft the old ,mau at home,.I' suppNOBe:^.' -?& . " Y es, William' thought-' he'd bettpr , stay and see to ^things at home." » "Did you have plenty of'time^topgob roady /" , " Oh; yes. .I've been gotfcin"4r£a$yfcfor* two weeks."' - ' ) !*'>"* j"' " Sure you didn't forgot -anything!? ^ " I-lc'now I didn't. .>! packod'Vthings, tip onp.at. a. tiM?,, andl know tlioy ore ;all here.' > " And you left ovcry "thing I all'lrtghb around the houso ?11 ."Ye...

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At The Stamp Window. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 10 March 1882

.-A At The Stamp Window. ?'t .'JUST-before 11 o'clock yesterday. forenoon -theru u^erc thirteen men.and one woman a> 'the stampwindnjw of iho'Postoffice. Mo-t of the men li d letters .:4o':,"i>o-it for .the Eastern '.tiains;.. ./-The; woman had something tied up iu a b!u rnmtch-box. She got there first, and .she held the position* with her head in the window, and both'elbows on tho shelf. " " Is'th fro'-such1 a placo -in this country as Cleveland?" She began.J ,, " Oh yes." f . , , ' "Do you send mail Jih'ore /'A "Yes." 1 , " ,- ."."Well, a woman liying next donr. asked' mo to mail this box for her. l^giVss it's directed all rig-ht.; Slie said it rought1 to go ; for a fcent." , ' ' . <' .. " ' Y " i(i Tiike two, cents," said "tho', clerk', nfter weighing it. "If thero'd ' writing' inside it will bo'twelve cents." , ' " Thdi it will, bo. two cents,"' ell ?'! ' If there bo no writing inside.*' '' \ '{ \Woll, 'thero"n:ay be/" I know- shp|'is ra great hand ; to! write. ...

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The History of Govott's Leap. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 10 March 1882

Tho History: of Gjb^ott's Lqap. . We were watclil4over. by a file of s$dici|,; under the coffimoindtfJf a^kD^cdbperai;^ mean petty tyrant, a beggar upon horseback. - Tsuppose he has reached the usuardestina V tion of such bv this .time. At Inst I-could; rstand it-no longer, and .began to,plan an;*®-,, cape- I dare have no1 confide;.^,'«s we .were 'all .so'denfofalisecUhat any one of us would have split upon, the other to the 1 corporal".. Our mi set y, had- brought ws:: so; IbW'that'.'weused 'to "Sip" ^the/^oldiers in order io cuvrYj^ovSy.itJi'theni,ond wlieii the ' cov.iioi*aHc9i4fendedr:to he< i 've used «to langTi 'as 'if 'we enjoyed; the-joke. Yesfmisjfcer,?;he; sai^-.with> terrible earnest ness) " 1, with' a ,chaia fast t'o my leg, and i the^lmodt tropicai'lun upon me, starved,^ aitnin "y "3iptyC*"lotithsomen'aifd ~ desperate,< iljufiJF'pUeated iji>» and the,hangman.,, I was illen4aia'cofel5\iQtVo^ W the' road, so ,wns a)lWeH-tb'assist; the ;conkv"ir...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 10 March 1882

Mr H fpean fxipisi, ' J M-GAH - POjB THE PBOPLSJ. Published every Friday Morning. CONTAINS leading articles on the prominent questions of the day ; the latest local news, and - general telegrams; "Doings of the Day," by ."-Puck# j racy and humourous extracts from Americanjournala ; special correspondence and the latest Sydney Commercial news. ' Subscription 2s. fid. per quarter, ih advance. HEPEAM TIMES OFFICE, i A Iflfh-atreet, Feniith. ! . t v:';.: 1 xWfre ;$jcymx mmte T: i . .Specifcl JtftftHng Department. j rjlITE proprietors of the Nepean Time* are;pre .4.4 .'pared to execute printing of every descrip tion..' Posters, business cards, bill-heads, pro grammes, &o., turned out at the shortest notice, with neatness and dispatch. *" j Charges aslow as possible. Estimates furnished. V'. ' ^ The London and Lancashire Fire Insurance Company ILL take Bisks of every description at lowest current rates. ' D. J: WORBOYS, ^ ' "_r' » Sgent. Accident]SsurftacQ tif the Cr» ' , Company1...

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DOINGS OF THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 10 March 1882

»OL\GS OF TIIE UAtf, I ] )iX. ru;.CK. ,£s a rule I-go tp^churcli fjsride* f oypryf, Siin day 'and once^to the. >Sabbatht. school? \,,iL;ast Lord's Day, however, I was dyspeptic; rj,nd for<a toriic>toolc.a-walk;';ivi'IUiis^ishvhafc'isaw' .as tlie latest mgGTli'iiitytof r 'tho- human hrainl to rqliovo the tedium of--jSiinday . svsanetifiG4 houra: You have d-nly^got':AtbN goi on mo first floor verandah; wit habucknt of wator, and pour it gracefully down through jblio; .jjiaiiMh'g" craolcs'on your^.bosom* frieM pit ting peacefully/;:, underneath. - Provided llip. or she have but;Vrocpiit]y,>>dptnnedi' ;thok| best' and only remaining,,Twiiito,./?h pleas'e's ttiqm much to have, it's, glorious starpli^^BtifE-i ness roducod to the. consistency of a limp dishel out. .: They doii't.. . talk i I anueh-i .. sa i lor then. Oh no ! 'But wheii'I<iwaht to 'finish, my Fronch 'education, why/tflls} fool- < rouiyjl: that siiirio said verandah again. . You c...

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