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Our Police Court. FRIDAY JUNE 2ND, 1882. [Before Mr. J. J. Riley and Dr. Bond J.s'P. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 9 June 1882

1' Our Police Court;. FRIDAY JUNE 2ND, 1882. Mr. J. J. Riley and Dr. ' .Bond Georgd Watson was summoned to show cause why his son Thomas Watsoij did not attend the public school at Sprihgwood the number of days required by the Education Act., during' the past half-year, W. B. Curran, sworn, deposed: and truant Inspector ; visited the ? school in October,,and also twice, afterwards, and did not nee the boy present; I spoke to the defendant about the boy not attending regularly,- he ,told me he had taken his son away because lie bad acquired bad habits; on the other, occasions when X spoke to him, he made excuses/ saying that the boy was learning gardening; the boy is not up to the required standard; I was told byliii mother, that he was taught at night by his ,father. .Charles Fredcrii k Schowe sworn, deposed : X am teacher of the sch< ol at Penrith., know defendant and hie son Thomas; produce the attendance record which, shows the boy did not attend the proper number of d...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 9 June 1882

i'liiepa-ndeiiii.Xdrvlef 01' - OddMlows.^ Npi 19$ Western Pioneer Lodge, EETS :At Tcmperance Ha^ every; alter(' nate Tuesday at 7.30 p.m. v J. WALKER, N.G. . W. ^EiGE^Seb.'-t V "M JTJT>Gh]©B' . per'pot; Dandelion and RhubarD Pills, a mild and effica'clfoiis''Remedy' rfb'r ifidi^S'tibn dnd'biJiouBA. ness. la>per Gelatine "coatedf Liver Pil s (prepared and coated in New York, specially "tor thi^roprfetoE)!^' afid P6r b°X* A^lSfe jfbrjOG^, | : y-, Chemist, Penrith t''^^LIWR)ep8^Ml kOTB;L, J High-street,^Pemuih', ;{; , Opposite-the.jMi^g^ ;:;BBWABD JOYCE, P rap* If tor' . THIS old estatT&U&d'' TiouW .' siip*« plied with the chqicest description . of Wines, Spirits, i3eeP/<!ibo. vu> " Eirsivciass'&ccoinn^odatioliv , .« N.B.-Xt is Ihe iiiteritwA _df^ tlxa^o|mhtcC "to: erect in addition to his now coruindciio^jj ^establishment four morerrooms, to, nieet tbt lai'ffe increase of trade. / - .3.? i.-ii.;,.,,,,., - Volunteer Hotel, ".* . xrr.(Udl-boM'...

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A SPOILT CHILD. CHAPTER IV—CONTINUED. RORIE COMES OF AGE. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 9 June 1882

CHAPTER IY-CONTINUED. RORIE COMES 01? AGE. yes^. I oan-I can do anything that TrMcTormerry thisevening. Biifc .i'm --riob at al|.though it is nearly three months since X vo seen an *""4i<>n©st ' b».t 'o£ ox beef.. , I .think thin bread, ' and butter -or roses imd dew even-quite sab8tantli^^«tef^:.x».0..(th^ening., . You're' atVaiii of spoiling ^6ur appetite for. t^o^grapd dinnpr>'; sad v£xeiK-f.| , I .: ^kNo, I'ni'nbt: -^Ijliate g.^d^diimeife. Fancy making, a fine »r.t of eating,_ and studying one's t/ieim'^ofdi^onatta to see wbat combination of dishes.^ will harmonise best ' , wibh one's internal economy. And then ttie ; ~ names'of the tfi iffgg are -atwaysr bet^er-th^n \the things themselves1. /: It's like a,r show at a VU& best j^teidejOjve*i»e> ja slice.ofEnglish beef or mutton, and a bird ctKat-my g-uri :has shot/ arid let all: the i>fin0 . art dinnevs.go han4.',>,, ,,},' ; .. ?1 Cut him 'a'"slice ' of bb'ef,'' dear Miss 1 -H'Mxj'Ooke^ said ' V...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 9 June 1882

"rlLL ^ . K'.i \ k-' WPEM ISMPBSkMif ifc! i,; .PVbSEjjj^ |. : every \ Fjiflay: Morni^^ , , f( | ^N^^S,!j(eadihg. articles -on- the prominent ^f..f.^^Jqp'&tipnB',oiihp,day t; the latest Ideal newfy ;,,,j, and,,jtelegramB';' s;humourous (! extracts frpm ' f lAmerican journals ; special c6rreBp6ndeijci6 arid ' ' the latest. Sydney Commercial" hefts;" '?.?'> ; " !Hl. I ,vi M-..C// i'ti 't; .»,:r>.;i.'i u ' cui .7 t i r«Y ;j!,i ''Subscription 2si 6d. ip6r quarteriiin advwicei >; .?we; w! .. r.i .[( 1) 1';'; 1 iim i ?.?; 1 : u utut uiil /1 . ? <i7/ ! i.> .« HEPEAM TIMES OFFICE; .-..r.xU; 1)5:111!*) ini ' i't'if,; = 1 f i ». n rjjj* .; | o>.v-,;-!i f'.lll'.o-.l I I". < /.):i .ili-'M'i T 1 lilt' j I !: ? t [Mil' 1 r i 1 m : iiivr 7;rrir JJ ;j fri'jvw.'^ l»rw ,rtui!!n'{ ? iivy.-n Speciil ^obtfiiigrr'.Dep^men^l '?{' !».> .II.N.i Ji.: (!:';/?,). f '|i 11 . { ! 1 .mHB proprietors,<j>£ the Nepqan, 5Ti^ei£1arojPjTft-1 ' . 1 fill*. pare...

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Boat Race on the Nepean. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 9 June 1882

itBoat 'Racijia^l^epeaa. . On Saturday-vfast;. or 60 persons' assembled on the/'banks of the Nepean to .witness1" a boat race wliieh had pi'eviously be<D, ftnnqu,pced^,(Thecqnt^ were Al dei.'ni an J. H7 Paskinr:'#nH:'John Tey -vf .iJWd.fS2s. ED.; joskin and H- Smith. The div't ince was about 6ne mile and » quarter to a tiag- p1>lced:in,.tlieTiveiyjoand lhe,s_ame,. and back to starting point near the "bridge. The former pair; having the choice of boajts/ selected the sltijff, "Gerby,".'and the latter'. ii, light dingyy « The Ernest." The stakes were .£5 a-side: The weather was quite in vourabje for the, sporsave?*, ^ligty^SAV. vind, wjiieh did/ npt ^material^y. interfere with tlie progress. At "a little before fojur o'clock, the appoiot«d hour, the scullers alp peax'edjiii' their reiving .^'costumes, in whiqh dress, due worthy;.'A'desman looked quite boyisii one? more, , A. preJiiniparyjWas made to warm themselves,,; drawing--tip at thb starting poiiit, where the scarte...

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CHAPTER IV. RORIE MAKES A SPEECH. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 9 June 1882

CHAPTFRIV. ROUTE MAKES A SPEECH. Somewhat to his siHpnse^and^'ii^oH'iEtriiis" delight,'--Roderick 'Y^wdiev escaped the m»J;QrjftaV Jectjjr© JwljicEt. hevwas^'wotit. un-. dutifully to describe as a 'wigging/.. "When lie entered the drawing-room in full dress just j abput £en iqinute? before the first,of tife guests was \inn6uiiced^ ftadyv . Jaoe r^ Reived him; with1 a' calm-' affe'otionat&ri&as,' and asked him no questions about his dis posal of the (a^ernoqn. '. Perhaps this . un-. usual clemency was a honour of bis twenty: first birthday, Roriq thought! A roan coul'd \iiot. come , of age more than once in his life. He was entitled to some favojir. . ' Tha^dinner-parky. wa& as other. dinners at Biiarwootl : all:,the .ao'ongements perfect.^ the menu commendable,- if ' iiofc iiew 'j Ma general result a little dull. > #he j'efrigerating^apparjatufy^ Pptysi (s.) 1ms collapsed. The vessel landeti hei\ consignments of fresh stores at Plymouth^''"

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 9 June 1882

Death.       COX. — May 30, at Fleurs, South Creek, Mary, the beloved wife of Edgar Cox, junr., and fourth daughter of Thomas Spencer, Esq., late of Pitt Street,     Sydney.      

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 16 June 1882

0 CoMiiii^rcial Ilotci, I! /JIlGH-STREET, PENRITH. :....; I / Jf !.. . ... . r *J1 fl"RS. -M.. BEATSON ...begs leave to assuret / .her friends, and tjie public generally, that' * first-class accommodation and liquors of the best branda.continue.io be supplied by her at this old established and favourite house. i MGGWffl® OioiJirf v^way Station, ... " '? PENRITH. : . ra"oqo ^ m :'^r: rf|WT4 7T1EE house new^large^ and'con^modious, Jff jn&ia ^rifled ^ith ey^ry^enienco for the comfort of visitors and tourists. ; "TN (^|;T^'ttf.ble illiberally provided, and the cellars ^ tare wettlstcick^d vfith 'liqiiors of the be^t brands rpjarspn'ally selected by the proprietor, j r, *»«*< Excellent ', tabled and well appointed' Billiard-room. Immediate attention given to telegrams/i; ;Ui rotntiiioA -l^ji'JiiY lu/j! ^HOMA^'S-MITH^iijtVt ?> Proprietor. «-. crffxmam"rgr PC? We&fc&L g&> ^afclsa Vv . MRS- HAMILTON for the Store, TiESIRES to thank the in...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 16 June 1882

|«|||i^^iDndgnt|P3rji|§p $ftdfellows. ^ ^ I ifi; 3^o#..19y,.:\ye^teiijn Pioneer Locjg'e,"'7 "** I"M .?"?c'"1'3 ftt^Tpraperance Hall, eyery alter nftte Tuesday at'7.30 p.m. x,x . ~ r Q;:KUPIID HIE:; tIN'H( rJ^£'!,YV'AKKSR.K.'cf. . .gt/ritofv') mj{j Isec,00^^; 3({,j'j[C) t<:' FRKTY-TMCL !'.'./?: 1 <;. q&'j ty'W r, y-jijiio' jgWOl A ^.^V.e. Jor sand ^d; swelJipjgjJ ."'"vV blight; weak, sore imd inflamed eyes. pf^|I:ai ^pVr,:'p;o"t. f J." .;*;'!.':1. ; I'iDaridelion and.Rhubarb' Pills, ajmild and ;, efficacious remedy for. indigestioii.and bilious I "£&BI 1 '£ fcsv perl»oxV .:' G&atifcb "cWtbd ^.Liyejj ?; Pilip:/prqp^red ,rn»d; 'coated in New *' ' ? -i i , j» vj u l. .. l '. . _±^.M\ i _ .1 i n . /» » |)(i FT'JIL'I-I'L1' . t tB'ifJOV %S-WMELMIEHM ARMS HOTEL, jVjW uS Jl j - i Ki^hHstree^ "dPeri^ilM,^v j, . "ft Oj)p[jsite4he Mulgoa Road! fj ? ?t is-, the intention of the propfieittf W/et^qVi:in^addition):to hiiHnow conjmodiob* {jestaUikhmient^...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 16 June 1882

IMPORTANT TO ALL ! IMPORTANT TO ALL 5 CUMBERLAND HOUSE, ;.,tj u111»A - . :X2>'-fc* trot;Tt*TJT*. "J '>»IT .' oiU it; .IWAl i-n»<f<>5 BEGS to announce the arrival'.1 ;of''His' v.-' t .11: v.rMll-SJWVf ....cfi'L' which is of the largos tand mbkt Fashion'able' description'and. m'arkeil' at1 the Lowest^pfices/ ^A trial will'substantiate this'fact.* P.^'fbji.1 tiil't SSihl f '11 " '1 ' " '1 ' :.'.?»(« J \>i O/ijj'lS nt v(.<>d' Ohatest 'Novel ties ih'suuuJ" "eiv^een's'^ "V'":ri^:V , veivqteeim . . . ; . r;., . , . . ari ot 'fcgillrgWuft'l ,;J i_ !:>! l>« «t* iKOir, t'fiiiifb ; yfrnl. I; -'f'ffl&bh:- ;:bi fr:i .!>{? e. ' "'V>d C^hme^s7; n'° : 'm* ? ,hraIlea but! mul ; jmu 'Hoiiifestiuns nt J"'- ' ' ^qoi^Uii.T; oa. oj Bit viiw!:->c^'^ineeys^'1^0 <' ol'sOrus lunliwN v,,Z l«Ealdi^'Haffiii' p.(J ud av !u>, <11 S^aislcrn. ' f; '1^1 J)^ 8fi^v^i^idoj J.F.vouoil ; lit} oil . ^c^iiii^ ? °r < h...

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Brother Gardner's Lament Over Modern Changes. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 16 June 1882

, Brijtker Oaxdaer's Lament ;6vp^ j vj . ' Modern C&anges.;., WHAT T ain longing artor," said brother j Gardner, as Trustee Pudback ceasedrcbughr^ irigr'and Samuel Shin finally got' rest fp'r^ hisifeet-"';What;I am .Iongin' barter' am a',' 'sigjit of,U good' old-fashune'd, mail or womati: ^such-ns.vwe' could find [in.pyery house thirty! .yew$'$got:;W jiound.npw ;'m>%'week's loueVpme, jvlVeri'i'refllize dat our'qld4ashune'd^menJaii . wimin{:am: no; mo'D ft 1111 do 'days gone ;by' if . I! fell 'sick ona,-womanwould run, ill with cat-j .'pip7atiodeV:^wid;!]horseradishv leaves, auocier >vid' a bowl o' gruel",' au' tears would^e'plied an'' kind'wbrds spoken ' an' one couldn't stay sick ftp-save hint: \ i iltj; dose. good oie 'days' de/ kaliker \ dress; a,n'; iwhite .apron abounded, An' honest woman ; wasn't afeared to wash , her face on account" of do powder. Ebery. woman wore her own liairj an' she wore it to pleasi? herself instead of ' fashion. 'Thick shoes keptjde'fnet ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 16 June 1882

I No$i<e to Royal Forresters, Court' A . | .6b'6dfeUw»«hi^ N6i 431»1 THE Qiiarier)y i^eeilng'of'tlife afcove will. / be he!d on TUESDAY, 20ili June, at .,7. 80., sharp. IU ,"-a" " ' -V/jj, ^^iv/a WILLIAM.STARLING, MuWjCH.R. WILLIAM ORTH, Sec. ?> vr.fn r»"( i "f; :'; .a Vi-'i r."'?>- iJ V:1 ? jJ/fTvs&ffiftf* ^ wis#*. *ci/ irr u{.. f-.it v./i|d A 'a i*gfr\, tMfj&a-r-7'';?: i'rI ? i., i ntlV/ V Loyal Orange Lodge, No 73, BISMAflCK. 11 11 b u V v'J '?< V - ~ , . , T7TLL Celebrate the Battlevof the Boyue y 'V .' bypao).v.Iii «i(w>.iAi:; iO .s^iiniT«... jEA\,AiND jPuBLICC ^EBTI&p, T*y ^ 7itt til© ?? , .; ; ri . ft'- >'.f p ^empe^noo Hall, Pewitli^ u '' on r WEDNESDAY, JULY 12TH. .. j Tea on the Tables at 31 o'clockv ^Publio.,. Meeting at!7;o'clock. " "/ : -j'y,ir:-^|/ j Tickets,' 2a.' for the T& and Pulilic, *M^iet-f5 ingij /JPea alone, 18. 6d ; Children, Is. ! ^ o') ' i^ Musio on the Ground.: >'1*8 ? .-. ??",'JA8.. PRIC...

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The Gadener's Guide. ORCHARD AND FRUIT GARDEN [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 16 June 1882

.I ,r . OkCIIARD AND -FRUIT' GaRDEST I Fruit'growers are at times unablo to get, the satisfactory returns from trees, owing to tlieir oVer luxuriance when gro\ving in rich land. ' Though1' a .strong growth of wood is ? Jan advantage'jiy'tlieMcteeVf young1 trees, yet jas re^a¥(|stJtliijsf('' which have arrived at the jinaturiiy^ Requires good1 crops of' !' tor' 'deHling- with.' .oyer-luitufd'ftj'^'fruit .'trees is to adopt the jsystent'fqf' i'o'cjjr pruning, which should he pore g6n|Bmll^1pr^ijiH^(l;.than! it is-at pre sent. Tho. ^tfieo/'^r'oiffio'oi?' '-pruning^ is to -jclieck thevvi>or'oi the trees by curtailing the supply of nu'rniitfnrl which lessens the pro duction:' 6f^wo\i<i, and induces fruitfulness. iWithf'niany: orchard trees root pruning »>ay, bo-: >praotised' with ;. great advantage, but,; moro especially with poars, apples, and c plums. It-must be borne in mind,,however,., Jthat root and branch pruning cannot be .practised at the shibo ,tinu«, as the ...

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Commercial News. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 16 June 1882

T Cbmmorcial New3 ! There was a moderate supply of forage at the 'Purling Harbour produce sales this , morning. There was a good attendance,; in* eluding the,produce dealers, who, however, refuse to purchase under the m-w rules. The .prices obtained; nvfiije,-For;, o^m hay,* in tales, from Ts id to 9s 7d ; in bundles^s.^; [to 10 4d ; in truss, 8s Id to 9.8; .straw,-' ii l^ales, 4s 2d to 4s 1 Id ; in b unction,;'^s to 6s Hid; lucerne hay, in bales, 6* 5d, to8s ; chaff, Jfjs «3d to 6s Id ; pumpkins, ,lsj2d per dozen ; ^melons, 3a. On the.wharfs, liicerno hay is "selling at,, £7r. 10a, | ,^o '6s per ton ; maize, % 3d to {j|3,(id per, bushel; bran and pollard, "2js ; oats,^.I'.oatenchaff, £8 to£9 ; potatoes, W^uTflambool a,nd New Zealand 10s to £3 15s,' bircjilai; - Head £4 ; butter, Ss to 2s ljd per lby bacon,;. 8d,to 9d per lb ; cheese, 8(d to 9d ; honey, 4dto.4£d; eggs-2s 3d per dozen; wax, 8d to 1 id ; fowls,' s 6d to 3s ,6d pei pair; duclc8, 3s to 4s; geese, 5sto 6j<; tu...

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Railway Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 16 June 1882

.Railway T'imp Table. :; Trains'leave Sydney. | Arrive at renricv ,: 9.0 . ? ... ; 10:3.8 ' , 5.20 p.m. 6.55 p.m. ,:j ; 8.0 p.m. , 0.10 p.m. ).... , . Saturday, Additional. . , , ' >ur.; .7.0, a.m. , "? 8.30 a.m. 1.45 p.m. 3.14 p.m.; L Trains leave Penrith J Arrive at bydriey. '; . ejl; ^5.20 a,m., . ? v ' 6.4:5 a.ni.^,,7'| ciJ i .7.40 a.m.;. . 9.16 a.m. , 1 .!,, 4.23 p.m. .... ? . 6.2 p.m.' . V' u? ?«[ -nri hSaturclay. Additional.: ;; , . ;o(U.' 8.52 p.m. >--iMonday passenger." .f ^:);!iil0;l5;a.m. ' r .11.35 a.m. , V^XAtrainleaves Sydney for Penrith every Simday at 12il5 a.m. arriving in Penriih at 2ja.'m.^ A?." . ./ . ?.

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Latest Cablegrams. LONDON, JUNE 12. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 16 June 1882

1 -:v Latest' GaMewams. LONDON, ' 5 L (.M . JUNE 12., r J Sir Charles Dilke,, 'Undersecretary, for for Foreign Affairs, in B.nswer to a question j in the'onVe' ."of 'ComuiQns, announced fh'tit order has *13eren5 restored in Alexandria, apql,,.matters, aye ,now, quiet, He further 8^t;p4l'^Rot''<'Adm?iral/',S0yn»6ur, in command 'iof the BriiishJ fleet'at Alexandria, (had been empowered to land marines in older to quell apy. fm'ther disturbances,-but that at present ip was considered needless to do' so.' li > j The', Australian^..cricketers.;. commenced their ninth . match ag'ainst. nn1, eleven- of JDevlivshire to-day. The .weather; ,was pold,^ ihre iient, and ^ generally.;.. uafayojurabie >Jjor oiiokojfjneyei^ -V# <,%#e ;fj.ttendance on the ground,.'' The tiome team, 'wl o went first to. the. wickets; were speedily i disposed of for the «mall total of 106. The only men who. made a stand ! wore George Ha), who scored 20i and J. Plntts, who m*wwt\ ii iiniinii...

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The Licensing Act of 1882. REVIEWED—RATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 16 June 1882

r The' licensing' Ach of 18Q2 liisviE vs'fii) -IMi h u ii. . .c., 5 sent by the 8. M. ; ITerafd ^v^iTOnicle'^U'e sn^in'^, doings,-;Hud I Ylir/iijg^f.Si^'Qney^Parkes in his > peregri-f; [n^Lloxibii©i^ii HomisjiheVe,, II ,Oplon^ informs ,'rfcli9f'f|3'e^ -Jriii^Ijfes^f'Ti.rl^sliers;ttiat'''a lato' olfspripg '"ot Jh/s in this "\vo''d and granite"'country, viz., ithe .'Act .re^nodellin"1 die law relating to JjmbUcaps .and other persons engaged, in the pa e oi'liquor, was one likely to lead to great so' ial aacl moral reformation. Perhaps so it might, and on the other l.and, it might not-very dubious ; but nons verrot s. ; < | Some sapient writer, in a recent copy of %]\QjTimes, las informed, us that the, lamps caused by the Penrith Corporation to'lie sus pended on. the battlements of the NVpean bridge,, would; tend to cheek . immorality; They-might help the chaste moon; to do so. '.Tlie. newj .Liteasing , Act niight lielp the. ^ecula^anct, .Compiilsoiy ISducuti-in Ac1! in; ...

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The Nepean Times. Published every Friday Morning. FRIDAY, JUNE 26, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 16 June 1882

' *'%iblwhed - evjerjr','0 Friday i>ii ?!i;-:ij j ?.ijt j; frig Ti'tfrt; . TJh'e 'spepial; .missiop. ^ o'f1 ScJ^OQlsj1 'j$fj . Mechanics' Institutes, ;and;ki% dtf^Mristifeutidns in! affordingreven-. i^stii^ction- 'toi.1 artisans, ap^ren-;' , t^pe^ ^nd^pth^8) vJt>X, pi Kbpra-' ries; > - reading: ? roqms, ;lectures ,, anct i clashes, deserves the sympathy and I st^jpdrtojfa^who : "wish <?; to feee the1 ' intellectual,'[as'^efl'as tfie physical; forces of1 the community dey elope. "Wherever -such institutions have been Jptitiedy and1 energetically con djlic^ecj,, Jliey li^ye proved yast'bless-1 ingsvto tlm people..; History.tells us of a great many men who,-, through the agency of'Mechanics' Institutes, pafcMr from the plough; handles* thfe tejai^s^er'^ ^hip,| or the miner's-pick, .. tQj positions of eminence on the plat form' of science, literature or art, I arid who made names for themselves ' of'^pli; lustte ;will' -not tar nisi^uiiln,:^his ' colony; therp^'ar6 &...

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Licensing Court. WEDNESDAY JUNE 14TH. 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 16 June 1882

If T rT A w '!'. '£] ?'A ;> >\ i ..t''f..O. arf. T, J'I ?: r.' eVfl .. ; Ci t'vrii;'j;.JC s? "??% m*A 0 Y-vlH/S'A-''V . , Joseph Ousevrcas charged wifc^etein'/> f°, ?,%*?? f feot£ f ^odawater, yaluerJ iij-OcT license^ !* rPf?.?,®W? J. JJlin'ffWftb,-'sworn, deposed & 4 te wis ^ ^d ^^7WW^ta;rsnHn^ WwaK\PineY \ faj°.. m-y| custda vim fh;ch ; th^tmpm m. «iu®wlien I took nitti, he said lie M"u.ld"pay for it,: only toner two or. three tiri$sAfbr the money,- lie replied that i^e ha^rione.;; lie.tried,to borrow tome from peb$£Avh^*ver^He&, but Could not get any. ..- .. , . : 1 «B^«th#A5ent&/i VaMnder-sj$T L ¥--W fW». before ,on- that" fay fee Jiasi).e.e.n TCOi%ingjforiMri;RAy;'for 3j^°iTV°/rn^ COUld' n6iJ get driAlc^aiy Vliere'e Ise',«iinle&s lie to p^itiKforits- mxr fmar/..\vj a'j j .^-ifef)5(iaAs^|>itn^deposed*t:-iXj|i.ml ilicensee of the Eoyal Hotel, Sp.ringwood, FP^ltARitfep li^^in^-dis^o^otV^enri.thor r'enWi#( m-my l»&&r ajb»y...

Publication Title: Nepean Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A SPOILT CHILD. CHAPTER IV. RORIE MAKES A SPEECH. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 16 June 1882

**3 ^ars^tfiiiT chita: ^ W'" X; ciHAPTFB IV. S'l? °; ? ' NboBIE MAKES"A SPEECH.'-'; y$v;.The Ashbourne party were amdng the first to arrive; the Uuke portly and affable; stb^IVi Duchess. delighted- to welcome her' favourite nephew j Lady Mabel looking'very iCrag'ile, flpwer-Jike, and graceful in her pale blue g aunze dinner-dress. Lady Mabel -affected the palest tints, half-colours which ,-^?re jmpr® like the shadows in a sunset sky Jtjian' any eart hly, hues. ! V i She took possession of ilorio at once,: '.hiro 'J wi.ili a calm (Superiority, as^if he liatl been a -younger-brother. P-11 about Switze[rlaod|'rsWe;~jgaia,V as tliey sat side by side on oheofitheijamber ottomims, What was it ithat you liked ibestiTJ _ ; ; , - ' ' c^tn^,nff) °f course,' he answered. X *'?'# ^ioh ^ M^he landscapes ? What (struck :ybu most ? . What ' impressed ^yoU' ^Ht'^viaiy.? :;,Xou£ Jrst iview *of jftonV" Blanc, or that marvellous gorge below the n\Tet© [Noire--or-r-;?' i "r rp ' f ., was all uncommonly...

Publication Title: Nepean Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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