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Our Sydney Letter. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 23 June 1882

Our Sydney Letter. \> _£*^, ' , BY THE TOWN BELLMAN. w Thpre has' been 'a pretty little storm in a teapot raging in Sydney between two of the daily new¥pja.iidrs,-;>and'''all' 'over'*- two very high personages indeed. It is needless to ' inform your readprs t^t Sir' Henry Parkes is o way in Europe getting Bilious through dining with princes; incurring- indigestion through leaking cheese with kings.; and. m'aking; his bead^ache with, the crusty poi'k of Prime, Ministers. v-These .high, jinks; are . all 'vfery* '^eil',. but. New; South Welshmen though piitieut have at'length;.been roused to ask when tlie^ 'dwce^jSir.. Henry intends coming' bacfe 1 jo the p-tpers, deputations to the Ministers, and finally pressure followed,; {and ja^-an, Executive Council meeting jit fwas,s so,: i^t is (.alleged, lesolyed to send for, Harry^ and sif he; did ri6t I'Sli 3 IVt yX-V»ULl .vr.'i.li ^ '. ' come hacK to ask nim.tp.resisjn. , The Echo had a pith and pofr^t pjju> "/? insinuatjagrthat! t...

Publication Title: Nepean Times
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She Forgot She was Married. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 23 June 1882

S2iq Forgot S3IS was parried.- , i It is related of an absent-minded young lady of this city that, having- been duly married, she started out on her bridal t»ur. The party stopped at an hotel in a western cify. So far, so good. But some time in the night there was a succession of terrified shrieks from the room occupied by th« bride and. groom, and the clerks, porters, and employees generally rushed up>tair^, only to meet a trantic female figure, clad in white, fleeing in desperate haste from her apartment, crying: "Oh there's a man in my room !" :... The, clerk rushed in and found the groom, half disrobed, standing in tbe middle of the floor, One boot on and th6 other in his hand, the picture of amazement. He explained that ae had just come upstairs, and was in the act of undressing (his.''wife' had pre viously retired), when, she suddenly awoke with a shriek'and fled. ' V \ :tl What's . the matter?" asked the ?cleik. ' : ''Damfino/.V said the;husband. : ;r - i Just then the bri...

Publication Title: Nepean Times
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Our Police Court. FRIDAY, JUNE 16, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 23 June 1882

f:' - Our Police'Court.': fcl'. I ::; ? FRIDAY, JUNE 16, 18827, f VBEFORE-Mr. J. J*. Bileyy J.P: William J ohnson was charged witli negli gent driving-in: Station-street, Penrith, pn Tuesday, June 13, through driving his cart against Dr. Bond's, buggy, nearly .upisetting it- ! . j, Pjr,, Bond presied the charge in. th interests , ',of public, as,' he said; there had been bo mai^y accidents caused (through negligent ; driving. On Tuesday last iris buggy was standing in Station-street, when the defend ; ant pame out of Smith's hotel, jumped intjo .f.(Jii8:ftar,t,, and drove against his (DrJ Bond's) ^ buggy, nearly upsetting it. He had not _r.h,old, oi; the; reins at the,time.,j,<ii u Fined £2 and .2s (M cosf;s. 4 .V Edward Hogan was charged with allowj < ing |One pow ,to. stray. - Fined; Is/" 2s/: 6d Ncosts'. 1 t ; vv u - > yy /x I "E'ani Squires was charged with allowing ? one horse to stwy.. Fined Is, and 2s 6d ?''costs. ; Mark Tawel^same-offence.'*vrFined I...

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A Soulptor's Trick. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 23 June 1882

A Sou'ptor's Trio3p; ! .A 'yottng Italian' seiilptot named Calandra .witli the assistance of a few fellow conspir-1 ^ato(rs, recently played a trick upon the push ing;, admirers of the famous Sarah Bernhardt, the French actress, whilst she was perforpi in Italy." Treasurer of the Artists' Club, he; arranged a masquerade ball, to which a num ber of eminent residents were invited, includ ing amongst others, the Duchess of Genoa, and Count Ferraris, The latter is one of those many diUettanti who, ,in both halves of the globe, have gone mad over the genius 'and the (charms of the sensational Sarah. The committee informed the Count that they had succeeded in persuading the " great actress," in spite ot her slight iUness, to appear at the ball. The excitement was intense. When a member of the committee rushed into the salon and announced that the sensational Sarah had just arrived, every body - thronged about ' t he doors! The Duchess of Genoa he d her lorgnette to her eyes. Count. Ferrar...

Publication Title: Nepean Times
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Owing to Stage Directions. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 23 June 1882

Owing taStage fl>ireetions. THE facts connecting the s miserable experi ence of young Symonds as an actor were these: He was Hired to play, in a stock company, and one night was-balled upon almost atan houi's notice to take a part in a play ^he had never aden, his services being required in consequence of the illness of the man playing it. So little time did lie h*ve to prepare for the performance that a rehear sal was impossible. The part given him to study was in nmtuiscript. ^he man who had previously played it was an eccentric person and hxd written in a lot of ridiculous stage directions. Symonds was amazed to find them in a serious part, but supposed tlietn all right, and at evening appeared with his lines and business pretty well learned^ A lar^e and fashionable audience assembled in the theatre The curtain was rung tip and the play commenced. Soon Symonds went on. His first speech describe*! the misery of his poverty-stricken mother at home. After it he dan ed a little br...

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I.O.G.T. STAR OF THE WEST LODGE, 214. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 23 June 1882

? i luriM pwaiwnp miiii JiaMcypa 3^;'K:o,'^rT.: STAR OF THE WIJST LODGE, 214. THE usual weekly'meeting' of the above was held on'1 Friday evening lust in the Temper ance Hall lodye room, when 27 members were present-, being* an increase of 12 on the previous meeting's, and even this is a spiall attendance compared to the register ot six months ag'o when the average was 56. This decrease is owing principally to the movable occupations of m*ny who v er > then identified with the order, and' who have now left the district. If the present members will only take the cutise in hand, and work properly,for it, and introduce a new mem ber occasionally we may yet hope to muster well. The forthcoming social soiree on the 30th instant, will no doubt tend much t«.> the advancement Jot' the lodges' popularity, and it may here be stated thai further im portant proposals were dealt with last meet ing, t^ie result of which will be seen on the proposed day. The committee have also decided to in...

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Don't do it [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 23 June 1882

Don't do it Don't sleep in a draught. ( Don't go to bed with cold feet. Don't eat what you do not need, just to save it. Don't try to get cool too quick after1 ex ercising. ' ". '"i: Don't sleep with insecure false teeth in your mouth. 5 Don't start the day's work without a good breakfast ^ Don't stuff a cold unless you are next ob liged to starve a fever. Don't try tp get along without under olothing in winter. Don't use your voice for loud speaking or singing when hoarse. Don't try to get along with less than eight or nine hours sleep unless you're a printer. ?? ? < . . Don't sleep in the same undergarment you wore during the day. Don't toast yourself by tbe fire, but try sunlight friction instead. n Don't neglect to have one movement of the bowels each day. Don't eat snow to quench thirst; it brings on inflammation of tne throat. Don't strain your eyes by reading or work ing with insufficient or flickering light. Don't use the eyes by reading or fine work in the twilig...

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The Gadener's Guide ORCHARD AND FRUIT GARDEN [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 23 June 1882

The Gtadeiier'as Ohiide ORCHARD AND FRUTT GARDE* When it is intended to plant fruit trees this season no tijue should bo lost in getting; tlie land prepared for them, so that the ground will get thoroughly settled before it is planted. Fruit trees may be planted at once, if necessary, but there need be no particular hurry about the work, unless there are special seasons for, getting on with it. NoJ advantage can, be- gained by. planting deciduous trees early in the winter, as they will be quite as well advanced it put in in the latter end of next month, and at the same time their l'oots are not liable to suffer as they would if lying inactive for several weeks after being shifted. Orange and other trees of the Citrus \ family, beiog' strong and cobtinuous feeders, require a plentiful supply of nutriment to keep up: their vigour, and unless the ground, is naturally very rich they should have a liberal dressing* of manure, at least every second year.; The1 best method for Supply ing m...

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Phrenology and Language. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 23 June 1882

Phrenology and Language. LANGUAGE gives fulness under the eyes. Jit is very large in the head of Charles DickenB. Language gives the power, of conversation-of communicating our ideas to others. This faculty does not give us the ability to acquire other languages-only to talk our own. The ability to require other languages than our own depends upon other ftteulcies, combined with this. A child brought up with Germans, will talk German; with French, French j with English. Eng lish ; with the Italians. Italian. We all learn to talk; and the child will loarn to talk the language it ht-ars, whatever that may be. And if the child hears low, vulgar, coarse, inelegant language, it will learn to use that language, and will use it. And if chaste, pure, elegant, elevated conversation, the child will imbibe the same tiste. It behoves parents to take care of the manner and substance of what they say before their children, and it also is clear that the silly, nonsensical stuff talked to children ...

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A SPOILT CHILD. CHAPTER IV. RORIE MAKES A SPEECH. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 23 June 1882

, CHAPTER IT. RORIE MAKES A SPEECH ' Your speech would h»vo been copitaljhalf n century ago, liorie,' she said, 1 and you don't awa-arra- as poor papa does, which 'is .something* to be thankful for ; but all the ta'k about tlw forest seemed to me .an anachronism. People are not rooted in their native soil nowadays, as they used to fre in the old stagecoach times, when it was a long day's journey to London. One might as well be a vegetable at once if one is to, be pinued down to .one. particular spot of earth. Why, the Twelve Apostl s,'exclaimed Mabel, innocent of irreverence, for she meant cer tain ancient and fast-decaying oaks so named, 'see as much of life as your fine'old English gentle .nan. Men have wider ideas nowadays. The world is hiardly big' einough for their ambition.' , ? ' I would rather li ve in a field, and strike! deep down like one of those trees,* than , be a homeless nomad with % woi-ld-wide ambition/ answeited'.'-fedriev <;I> ;have! a 'passion1 ;fo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 23 June 1882

i I' ) '.! ii-.'.i iii.! f r ? ..! i.tr-: "*! i."i .Vi'Jnfi1 f iFOE THH.PBl'OP'tJlli 'Wif'W Published every;: Friday.1 Morningv"s iv, , .1)-'A«:.t '/UtUiliia bjiU K\1i','Jt.il '19. CONTAINS' leadingarticles ®nr;tfire tprominent , questions . of ^ the ^'41/e'lfttesi lcics^l ijo.wb,^ and .telegrams; 1 liui^ouf^usj exlracis'1, , American journals special^cdrrflWpdriafe'ni!6 and' .: Subscription .2s/GcV. .jjer'q'u^ 1 H EP.EAH Til E^OH.ktCE; ? ^ ^ r*'f >>* ^V*'iv*f * f j" -i. ''<< . >:/nm/.iVn ii (-.nL 'Mtf > is£ nmfrttfs frtjitJ:!- ,. M> ii <r tin I .f\-. pmos-'U ^ oil . 1'* r.fr,:.K) Jlimfe >iii«to;y « .{..'jobfl t( .1 .-.Specialf JobbingyDepartment...y.h< " M-ii'wj vi;f-i«-H"tjiii-.Ic-iihTimU .".mI'i ilu't THE 'proprietors-of'the Ntpfiixtji Tiinett ard pre'i 1 p^red'tpe^ ''^y.ery ^leabriipt-3^ tion. . Poster^ ,lnisiti<38s : b'ar&s^' biir-licads|<l!b^6-* grammis, '&<!.'turned'...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 23 June 1882

The Commercial Banking Cohi ?A- pany of Sydney.;;^ . i-' Established 1844 _ Incorporated 1848. Capital; L600,000.- v. Reserve Fund,L500,000, INTEREST allowed on fixed deposits at current rates. Advances made oil approved security. Bills discounted. ' ; Drafts issued ; upbn all the principal towns throughout the , colonies ; also, upon England, Ireland, and Scotland. , - \ ?.<:-j! T.tfJY^F. C^DlpEN,/ ' \ ' V.'.-" l. Manager. 'Gciicr.il and Family Butcher, rS^MAStY'S""'"" ^...: v IN'thanKing" r'ihe public for the liberal \, Jpatrojiag-e ;ttygy ^aye for the last six years, still hopes by 'keeping ;a ,g'oocl^. articla,..and. charguh 'g ^Reasonable Prices, combine^Twilir.civility- 'and attention ito. receive continuWri'ce fof that: suppbrt.' '' ! THE following are agents for,the Nepean Times,, in the' Respective places' iianied!,' where copies of. the.pap'er iii&y WhacL and advertisements left A. Colless, Storet'dejpe^; 'High-street, : Penrith; f: ( > })/[_ . .M j ;...

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CHAPTER VI. HOW SHE TOOK THE NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 23 June 1882

V HOW SHE.TOOK , It 'was-^akfc imdnight' when' the1 Tempest cartiage drove through' the 'darkl'Vhpdoden;' dron shrubberies up to'tfce,'<$d jTuflo.r pojijchi.' There was a great pile of'log's Burning in the hall, giving the home-comers cheery« wel come. There was an antique silver spirit stand with its accompaniments on one little table for the Squire, ,and there was another, little table on the opposite side of the hearth for Mrs. Tempest, with a dainty! tea-service sparkling'and shining in the red glowj. A glance tit these arrangements would have told you that they were old servants at the Abbey-House, servants wiio knew- their master's and mistress's ^ways,"and for whom, service was more or less a labour of love,;'... ( ' How- nice,' said the lady, with ^.con tented- sigh/. - ^Pauline has thoughtofniy cup of -tea.' . " ' Afid-Forbes0ha's^iiot forgotten? my/, ^oda-1 water^'refnark^d'the^S^uire^'y,'-.^ f u| j v . II &;eaidf'nqtiun g al&i^ Ttvliicli. he was...

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The Dogs of Berlin [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 23 June 1882

The Dogs of Berlin The Berlin correspondent of the San Francisco Chronicle says :- "Although Berlin is, in many respects, a very paradise t«>r dogs, yet in some others it is not. For every dog, be he plebeian or aristocrat, must wear a tug and a muzzle;so that a dog cannot amuse himself by getting into heated political disoussions with other dogs, nor can be assert his independence by remonstrating in a tone of biting sarcasm with one who is unfortunate enough to tread on his tail. There is no respect for dog personage in the imposition of the muzzle ;bur, from the fierce, resentful bloodhound down to the little, fearful, cringing poodle, a>l must wear muzzltS whenever they appear in public. During the " dog days " every dog must be led by a string when he appears in the street, on pan of confiscation and destruc tion. But when the dreaded day-* are over and there is no more danger from rabid canines there is a sort of dog holiday On a certain d*y all the dog* appear in the st...

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Notes for "The Times." [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 23 June 1882

f: Im!" > « .i * .J J 1% %lil . p;robdbility1!f.'.and>!i^t,'Uh^ W/fjd^yew! rhimia \yill-ib8; rtta^)Artfc,,iiY:,tlie'0f JVrtixi;<^>jQfr speculative] meinlwhloso' fesdlfifeftrteV^; I .ev^r; k^fiiis-.tlwiuiOUitlie;alertifol*.'1 nowrti^rftor-''' |j>Hze0,. wiiich-i iibey 'iinticipntef Will ''yielU'Ma"/'* gpo4i ip.wcenta^'p ijon tliein'«x|ieHditttife^a h Jujt^i^;wlncUrtviHanItttitj distriofc quite? plMe1" prefcvijfc iaudMAiania; inmthe fehadd,! as /u; 'regards, [popularity, » ithoiigh of1 cbu»se - thef; 11 ;Sc|qi}e|otip,n >iwith--tihe; iisbil^vthatJ is'--the1''itioii' 'f !wipi>*, ri/rMs i|)rdbab\6K.!chdtoffO';i would wb4r>!^ \vH)vr6p<uYfid/.by hllnpubperty (holder.*,'^ tltey1111 \V|)uid(_oherisb, euchWpt'bjoctUf only ifortheir '"i biepefitij therefore/when usuch [is »'ritatf 4edM'15 £he lapd holders wiililsae !the . ?great''ilicr^%'6"'"i 'itajthq y.alue Of their property^<if ^uch'pflov'eti ^ £ucpe§sful. \Ueijr \youlduno ;dbubt giytr'tH...

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Penrith Brass Band. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 23 June 1882

in !Utr. IU'Iiihun i Peamth.? -Bmssf; 'Baadv -i,| i ai itJt'i! ....' r tb ^company' iivesent' discussed ith'e. advusa,-}. 1: > TA'ft<3i4awA "Sesidv'i'pWV Jbatlin &; bp nion'of'iliisS^eetih1^ PeiirliK 'sbdoicTbo supplied with ".a BransBand, to belong ^°f v»"®iT~'T<j"frrr;i"Ti7r>i7J:orrJ5"tfl"<*V1 .p"5T"*1- « sot| fijie p^Liicl.>v-.|i8 npj. c^nuoa ^pjii,]l)efor_p beqanoVliheve were'too inaiiy juveniles iii^,, Wit Iiq did not see why it sliouid not'bo oar .:eifefcofr/nbwj> if * ffc>» W* '? $'q:n iged. lilei thought th&^edbl'e *tff&P&ft¥rai,'6ugh:fc to subsori btfito "get <tlte'ink' ttttiYn Wits J! ,'^nd .' t)ien .tiieibanVl'i^oaidicW^ itself ^ri;'','5: '.' ' '* Jv/iJhei M&yori Waicl -it'-^idy-fit^^ntieiided to i be 1 a/J private^ bHfttJ^ bu't* Wdfrnftierx&iitittfe con :«id^i,editIiHfc'ftny''W(3iAb'fe'r';lfeo,irih'^v1"tli'dl'towii > ship,j toft I course lihfc>'] wtfiild'1 ta!...

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Public Meeting. SCHOOL ACCOMMODATION. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 23 June 1882

\ 4 \ r. ^ : , ' ?'.<^tfo®L',!acc'ote-kbfeitTidi!r^;- *.'-1 ;f "Vi'ltMlt Lii*. fJjlwtlfl/O .a."M . *%f I r' ?r,)0j^he jadjqtirned raeejihgr.froiii; theo9tliiofj v/J(up^.?;?i;5clioc)J. accommodation* ^asnheldoat., fchg r,C,oun)c|L.< Q,^amVer^> oi), Friday; JSveriingv 1 the/jletji infit.,.c.^he^f.jKa6 'riotiavlarget ;^'t{e,Q^n9,0i 1^^->3jO.up!v-.4P;;pei!S0nsnl)eing' ftpresent.ij.i'.-j.;t nhsit .ii una: .. ; 'J.jrhe.Maypr, saidbe was] soxffl: .tthereAwflgM»oiii.ilfl1rg?<ftl:i»n.d(inee,; r ttfrU°ugl}/;it ^ ^Vas;rraucK'-.il3et(ie^ithaaiithe 'mek VrWW*' iife W u^.his-.-mind ietingu>Yi.^i?egardito a>be brass. ,knd,j iuime,d.iat«ly, £?.ttprJfitbe owis.heldttfo?. nhadMii-B-r % '!'r«iqWS^i01R: Q1* tfee \, 1 gt, oi. J line, raggedt py, i 20' r^te,payers, who, ihkd. ohildren ^ttp&diig the ^ubUci Splipol;. aakiugi! him£.to j QopYftpo ,,a jineetiLng, fpr-i fche .purpose < at- .-taking, iki^P®^ iPJfi sshpolAQcammo'dfititon ^jpaeej^ing...

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The Nepean Times. Published every Friday Morning. FRIDAY, JUNE 23, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 23 June 1882

Jr, Published ; every Frida}1* Morning'. , : ...!> 'rFRIDAYi '1882."', .' THE; ? enormous ' meeting* which as . ! l^9mhied' at the Garden Palace, on 5 ]jSa^i^r<iay,; to^ do; honor to the mem ^eryibfrGarabaldi, may'be taken as a ''.convincing proof that the \A.nglo "Saxon love of^liberty is as ; deeply: ^oted.;i in .Australians as in their <Eriiglish;: ancestors. Of the 1 th on ^ands^co^gregatbd there, pi obafyly '? f&w !Kiie^'ianytHing about, the great }ItatiaJi:; liberator, Lb.ey.ond ;the « facts! jthat he ihad destroyed the temporal power of the Pope, arid 'delivered «his country from the Austrian yoke. Of his personal . character, of his every, day; life in, the island home he h.ad j.csljosgpi j, ,ffVr:. himself, the vast majority of. them knew absolutely nbthing. It is perfectly safe for us therefore to assume that in honoring thdy '-vy-era honoring the .incarnation, of liberty. Some ex cellent speeches were made on the bccasidn, notably those of...

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Railway Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 23 June 1882

Time TafelO' Trains leave-Sydney; |!i Arrive at Penrith ' t i: : 9.0 . .7 10.38 .. v> w s5'20 P-m- : .' ; / 6.55 p.m.' i; It;-:'^ p.m. ?, '9.10 p.ta'.; ! ; ' . " . Saturday Additional. '. ;7.0 a.m. ,, ;/8.30 a.m.' - 1 1.45,p.m.. 3.14jp.m. : "Trains leave Penrith j Arrive at Sydney.; .'/ £20 a m. , 6.45a.m. ,7.40 ^.m. , i 9.1:6 a.m. !', <>i 'i; 4.23 p.m.. . I;6.2 p.nii . v/o.r' ov.f o!r« Saturday-Additional. . 8.52 p.m. i >l7d7/ him ,^i-; Monday jjassenger. v ir; - : -lir"nr "//;j:10i;l5 'a'.in." ? v ' vi: 11.35 a.m: ' ' '^HJ'jA;tram'leaVes Sydney for| Penrithr ev*ery ("Sunday at 12.15 a.m. arriving in Penritli at < $!&<? a.m. .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 23 June 1882

;! higii-stkeet, jfjj . ' - . i Lr « jf, REATSON: bt'?s loavo, to ,asswe il ijet'friends, ;vtul ihc-pnblic generally, !Lm acconnimflatim, ami iLds continue to be Mipplmd by licr jt ^his old j published and favouuto house. ? ? ^ ' ' ? | Jlfa 'i s#b i| THO MAS1 |l Provbihtob. : (> ; ' house is ncfr, large, and commodtoy . _ u.« .-''"il. /./»*t'»iar\lnY1P.A;.f(11?;' ; jjP a"dTprovidM Sntlv'every conVenienc^fc^ . le1^ rt^kelllkU» »« 9» btaaS ' * , Proprietor. * |A CAHD.J1. ... tj(A) I MRS. Hamilton- - i IkESIRES to inha&4nto ,of Pen ! I) ritt andUB SoundiriR districts for th« ! iiipport ac,corded;to jier in her I General Stationery and Fancy Storey Ld hones "by being attentive and obliging to in £b"°Sunu,nco%f their ;>(t Mas. HAMILTON, ._ . Hisb-BtreetyPenrith.^.; (Near the'.New' Court Souse. ) "'| ,f> : - s..^ rrirN . Inhere is the Premier Boot and Shoe Shop of the District, Estahlish'od 1861 ? . ? , Why at P. Smeatows^ ^QH-STREE^, PENRITH, Where all can get a Good; Ar...

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