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South Creek—St Mary's. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 23 June 1882

South Creek-St Mary's. Fr.6m[ our own 0or{'esjipndent\, The -weather is now- all thaij.co.iilc^ be, dep£red,j t^elWee i^s^emg;^ple,^^^e^.^q^iro I ments, The grtissis looking quite greijn I ag'&io, and farmers, are very busy^plous-bp^) I and 'sowip f.^!4 -ijiav'4 orjfyu$ yevy severe iro'als tbe-e ItfstlW motmings'but i although^ very ^pjdv.flrs.t, it]iing\i hare! been i splendifi days after. yjijiijj-1 -Jul ).|'' ON Friday night lastthe committee for the r Bullock Roast Sportsr&c,,.mut at Mr. Oullen's "jVoluntee^ Hntal, for the purpose of fixing date'-, and for arrangements of sports, Otitis been decided' to bold them jon-illfchfc 22nd July, and as numerous rages at*© 'to be contested for, I think it will be a very . brilliant affaiij. Great interest seents to be taken in the mutter by the public as I. amitnfjrmed some of our leading* men intend officiating in some of the posts.; of-honor, v, K TV-'? 'v\* A ^ ( Y"V J (0N-Taesday^Mr, Ji !{T. Griffiths; npplieit at the ...

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

Drape, r, Grocer, k;; f'-'s'ii'f +y\:iiyK'\: -ii'> AND, r- ,'W'vj i ,AJ ?' -v,. ft r Commission Agent, . m . High and Woodriffee Streets, PENRITH, c V ..r 1 V; *? HAS much pleasure in announcing that he has just received a large stock of ? and respectfully solicits the favor of ''af call ?' . J. I Vi / n < i-'J. from all who are iaiwarch'of v ? " : vs f> \;-'j '3.v:v ? £% - f 'UM: . . 'S^^vS0Wfefifa Vft'tf v ./..Flannels, in Saxony ,^<r /, if, -}^ Welsh and Medium in white and colored , I Blankets, in white, '. grey* blue a'nd|scarlet'! ''' Merino, extra super'ana:medium K l(-- :: . '? ?' '*?" '?-*; i r t P.'MO 9/1? O'Jti!.: White and Grey Calicoes ".. : ; i' u:; Honocks'all numbers,' aridMALmericiiii'i ,H White and Grey S'k'e^ting'f'!iii^'twili^('oW^don', medium and ICexican I' " ,, ^ !V, ' 'v'"( Damask, in creamj brow!n,'and wliite/. * ?> ! v ?Silesi'as '. vliiM&VCl . \ Linens *.; \ w.N > 4 , . ') Tl (EolllTurin^ \?) IH L .U V: . .? u yict...

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 23 June 1882

LOCAL NEWS. .: THE foot race announced in 'last tissue between Messrs..E* Barlow and W: Aeicroyd. was decided in favour of the form6r;'':wib' won by about three' ;-yards."'.. sliovved ' very,i fair, form,, and is smart^n^ob taining the. start, -' ivliich rhe> ^did'- on''this ! occasion by about iayard and ;a- ha!£v< ^Tlierd .was about'200 spectators'presenf,.arid;con'-1 .siderable interest >w'as 'evinced' on'lt!b'6; event',) | and afterwards other peds?' were: endea'vbuiM jing to arrange fox; races of-"greater' 'impov't .ance, but nothing ofimportance 'resiyltf-'d ;1 '.> I ? THE Temperance Ilall has isuf&red'sli'glitly; jfrom.ithe > effects . of' (the' recent '!raini< ',;Tbe! Southern' walls';ib^ing<..damped:. tepmpl&teiy/ ;thi^ugHl,'i;A.vcra.bkvha8ima^6Utsf>'a|)lpkir'jinJ3ei jttlsojl in' part^ofrthe late' aclditbn^V e;twlierej it1 was i i fjoin'ed'itoi the?) foiuner^ which n will; necessitate/a stay ibeiDrg* placed- th...

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Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 23 June 1882

Municipal Council.             AT the meetingheld last night the follow- ing resolutions were submitted , By Alderman Cross--"That tenders be- :   called for and considered at next meeting for 200 yards of gravel for Mount Pleasant road to commence at the corner of Mr. Hollier's farm and go north," | By Alderman Cross-1 That tenders be oa}lp4;^oc,and considered .at vnext;m^etjpif:£. for-clearing/stumping, andforming Henry sjtreet . from Station-street to Woodriif sjtreiet." /T1/J T i't::T By Alderman t:Cross-« l'hnt tenders he cpll'ed for and considered at next mee' ing* f6r 200 yards of gravel for !Riley-street." | By. Aklern^an Sjniayt-^VThat-tenders bev called^for'and'considered'fit 'riexV'meetihg lor forming Belmqve-street .from Burrow's cot tages to the raiiwaiT-gates^ *.' I ! ORDERS OF THE DAY. - | Tooonsider tenders- for 200 yards gravel for Cast! ereaglv road, also for forming fopt ,pa...

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From an Occasional Correspondent. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 23 June 1882

From an Occasional Correspondent. rThe^weatiier, for \wiftter weather, is all tW '6anfc Vbe ^desired,' " bright sunny days, with frosts at nigbt." We can scarcely find occasion for a grumble. Wo, South Creekites, hnd scarcely^'gone oTifc.)orinburi)ing,' at'the hreakin^'u^ bfMr. i Alcbck?s esOniblishment, when our spin's be came elated by the intelligence that a Mr. White hud purchased the estate, with the* indention/ of carrying on the' business infa vigorous manner. He has; already made arrangements with Mr. Jam^fl Beacroft, our crack ploughman, for working the farm. I believe that Mr. White intends to work the tannery r up;; to- a. thousand 'hides i;?p&r week. This of course will give employment to a large number of ,hands and will be a great help to ouiv tp.wn. >,; ^ ; A successful meeting was' Held at Mr. Oullen's hotel on Wednesday evening for the purpose -of ? making- ' aWrfng-emenfcs for holding the sports connected wijh tjh^» Annual Bullock Roa t A stroi g commitl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 30 June 1882

lS<^5itsoKss Co'EMnicrcial- HotcJ, TLjjp^S. M. '.BjEATSO^-'jbegs leavojjto assur^ ili lier friends, .and tiie public generally, that first-class accommodation andUiqiuwrs-6f tb'o brands continue to be stippliflji by.j^tyit J&iSrpJcC established and favourite house. Adjoining Railway Station, |(J PEN TffiE H.f TH 0 MjkS~BM ITH* THE house is now, large, and commodious, a^cljs^m-oviQq.CI witlL^er^&nvenience:for the comfort of- Visirora.and-touri&ts. Tlio table is liberally provided, and the cellars are well stocked with liquors of the best.brands persom^l^sol^ctpOy tli& ^rqt&^tor. An .oxdolleihw table &n'd) ^voll appointed Billiard-room. - Immediate attention given to telegrams. v THOMAS SMITH, : : m ,f Wri CAll'D".] .w ACTrZ3T${ a gkii* fr. *.<& *-»? ->.»»» and hopes by being attentive ond obliging to in-, sure a continuance of their custom. ligli-stree (Near the New Court House.) ? --lo I'tJ'Kxjnu luiA '...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 30 June 1882

SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT. HENRY NEALE (Latcof Nfale and Fulton), gEGS to intimate that he has openod the blUK With ft Large, and , Varied Assortment . ''*??< vu .'-v .y.1-' '' ? ' .'.' -W1NTBE GOODS. i--' Everything >.;????? , "ilf [>h and Marked at the LOWEST PRICES i ; ; BARGAINS .f .... v '' in 1 BLANKETS AND FLANNELS. OYERCOATS in all Shades arid Styles at prices Defying Competition. Winceys, Homespuns, Costume Cloths, and other Dress Stuffs in all the i Newest Shades & Colors. MILLINERY la all its Branches. Hats and Bonnets .trimmed on tho shortest notice. Is Replete with everything necessary for Family. Use. ; . v t ,? v Flour >:?!. .. . Bran . ' Pollard . : ; Corn' ; '/?.? Chaff and i Potatoes ? At' . ? LOWEST MARKET PRICES. ONE "TRIAL Will be sufficient to prove the TRUTH OF TH ABOVE STATEMENTS Note the Address ^EPEAN STORES, High-Street PEN R; TIL THE question, where can I olftain the best value when purchasing my Winters Drapery is frequently asked,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 30 June 1882

to inform ])js numerous friends and IV)m t^epublic .: generally 'tliat he has arranged with Mr. I). J. WORRO^fS; £or a mi) *rbom ev'efy SATURDAY Evening between i ruffi3tand 11 o'clock, for' tlje piirjio's^ of ^ $o. W .j '^^-lllybayge^-J^oder^tftiand .a Triallsolicite'd, jjj ,, (;'Fori>riyato,Saloi - THOMAS WATTS' , 'isfirr-LiA^^aRl \^V\ M^^trket,. LITHGrOW) vA - . " "ppMPRISI^G... |tho .5 CjoQd^villi u'Pf a (^.'^J'i^tiris'hing Business, tog-ether with a Large and well-ttsdrted Stock of all classes' of Goods-" from a- Noodle to an, Anchor.''1 -tl^ioReasdn ¥&?'? sSlliiVg;':! tliri'PrdpVietdr having' ,1-, piirchase'd' another' buisness' "itt' *the ^distriot. Ui\i-.'Fof:tei-nis af>ply: ttti' the :pr6'mi'ses..£. '' \ oil r: To Stoi'eke^pfen'B and'bUiers'Ii'n ' tlie' trade. . 1! liberal < red<icti(4ii' will ;be,!mUd#.*1'1 ^ppfyV COLLESS. - I ',y,cv. &TO. ' 'IMPE RI A L H OTE £J; > . . J.-hoU isiml I*-' -?=?. ,i' v-'= - : m -tniH: mm ai '.ii'...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 30 June 1882

WANTED, a Nurse; Grirl, about.l-l1; good wage's. Apply/Z^ .care of ' ; ; A.. COLL ESS, " 8 vv'l'!:>.. Higlirstreet:' i J -{ ijVu'V .; O 1- ' .? . ? ? ^ ^^ :ANTED, ari el^l^:Man?,ora Strung '' willing Bpy.laccustom'ecl. tohorses.B Apply,/TV, 1^1. .>.. : ' j./ . /. R.ev. Or. BRO^N, f 7'. The?Pais6uage;,Penrithv",; TEND Eli S1 will be ' recei vert. up. till. 15 th . J.ulv. for the V ERECTION of ,-twb double BRTCIC, r/OTTAG'ES.; . See plans and speifiecations tat: r' . . ; r v; !^ ;; '' ' E. BURROWS,. / V VI: > -! : !Riley-street-, Penrith.; : ' ' hiiallongo ID. HENDREN, do hereby challenge to run 'G. EWDeinpsey- Emu Plains;' a t<iot-race of-'ISO' yardiy'for" £5 or £25. Match can be made at Mr. T. Smith's' on SATURDAY.(TOMORROW), at 7. p. 3 ; ''' D. HENDREN, Penrith. r,.:.., ?? . .A .) I " Lost ornStoloair fi Q 10s. REWARD.-Strayed from 30 & Leinojv j. GroveJiPeririth,^ on ' the 22ml June, one Iron Grey Colt, blaze down face, aged IS months''olUi " Reward wil...

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The Blandy Tragedy. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 30 June 1882

;;ii; ,The Blaady Tragedy. About the. middle ; of last century our ancestors wure in a state of intense excite ment ov.er the. Blandy, tragedy. Mary B'andy, the only daughter ot a gentlemen at Henley, made acquaintance with, a Captain Cranstoun, who whs recmiting in fclie town. The father objected to a marriage, from a suspicion, apparently well founded, that Cransit un was married in Scotland. There upon Mary Blahdy administered to her father certains powders sent to her by Cranstoun. According- to her own account^ ahe intended theniasakind of charm to act upon h«-r father's'affections. As they were, in fact, composed of arsenic, they soon put an end to her i'ather altogether, and io id to clear that she'really knew what she was doing. It Was sworn that she used brutal and unfeel ing' language about the poor od man's sufferings, for the poison was given at intervals during, some months. But the pathetic touch which moved the sympathies of contemporaries was the behaviour of the fat...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 30 June 1882

.DKLNA $t.V BUJ^HEKV. 1 J, fl H i b U'll 1 J 1.1 ,,, t, B w, ? , / '"|; j'l-' i o 11 V/ ?-TTT-^rn-r?f" <i,?**-?* yj -X.. i ./a i-Hr-y jt,u JJpq?.iir^fo.iuii- <inhabitants' of' iPonrii^ , .i^thatjlieJias;cornpion({e.(l ousi'uess'as a' Butcher.; 'h flsiAi3jrespeqfrfiaiy],soiicited1. '01iarg-.es 1 "' - ; I 'A Kxilf'. ? i> iU-i WHp.LiiisA^r'4'NBnr FAMILY!';G;Rt)C:EIi; ?;:J; !' *' '' JJ.-'liii oj . li-V'J i0«. ',' |* ^ ; !? .;: i !(ioit.iln! i 'fi'iSl; . . * jilv, i..Orders'punctually 1Atte!n'dfe!d1'tor! > ^ -a-j "b1' ^uim-nT'ii t»i!* u; Ijr-.ul ;k', ' ? ' Cornor Mulgoa Road and Hi^h Streets^; Penrith.' i'l ir cr c ,$ jrflf vk'.Hnr , umm^TitimT, PENRITH;s}? ; ,' . i /. .. .?'iT,; J!i< 'J '( \|<I JjOV i'TiU". "i>AifD fflOLONX'jtfh &Vo^jVce.VtlBo«ght. ; All orders t punctually ?iftten'c!ecl|to. 1 1 ;SQ-U"IR'ES,.;; i iMMVl PIM-'.IO n»»if4»V:-'W f-i r V">' High-street, Fenmh, near lAlU'g'oa.tJtoad.i ,/vJx ,0i!' n,i 'M'litW) I I ...

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Carlyle. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 30 June 1882

"J'Carlyle/11 ^ ^ ^??' | ALHEApv it ta^oms ^.Jbplyle's. |. speii cli, uuequ litjd 'so far 'aa; iriyX',exp'orietlce ,g'oes by that: of any other-man, had boguu to ? open itself. ?; u.>G: a'lyl.j&fiy&t;;miifJ:Vest nowhere," wns tlio description of him by,one ,of the. bestRidges in London, when sppiiking reading,, his 'ihinjifo^pb^ nJiii/i'. ^culpiisyy/reteritiye'm'c}^ * i iiiii j^.|V o 1 iia blje fto1 Ipavyi 9ubj eob' w-hicitnl could I ©rUitj^^'jWlia^fie tpok into' his hiiiidtn Was di»solved and 'fejcvyistalK'SHd-'iiitd'juwginaiii-j :cpmbipations of his oMrn'if;; His writing;, too, waVasf .ud.iVds'bisspeeot. 0; -His 0.arly/l«?(i|b^8n7f'i' evPirfho'inost^^xqiiiSittily finikhfedlneri^ of their ~are iu an even and b^auti/vJJjflM(jUu \vithout fvasnro .or ai teratipn; of a phius't. , Wprds^'ollo^ed .fVpin, him^i;!^ n ess <6f«-fo rm. whi ch, n 0; pjfq rt j ppjxld'f/im ji roy& Wh'em-he wi}8 exuitedit y?is liico^.,^©'^i*{uprtion'f Pf, ki volcano,;, thunde...

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The Gardener's Guide ORCHARD AND FRUIT GARDEN [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 30 June 1882

V AV &§r 4 y is; ' Xbp* work ,of. iire.joVin^ landjthat to( be: plan ted5 Nvitli' f rui t', twos. t^iis ^pason'i ^liojuld be ['iish'ed''0V1 as fa-tuas cir cuufstknees f y i 11 permit, andfth'K<snoiier-vitf, caii bi^go^ ready Llw better.; j Xti is'jalsu i essentia1' thatn-the . worlcVfhu^ld.j.boj <km<3 jiUjprougbly' a's) the yotinj* trees arW'jioi.;,likely,.to, thrive£ unless they'1 obtain 'a*J favourable ' VbuTt.ff ^hen thereHsi ahy-<6lioie&^da^s^Ultlbbe.'i(ikpn|iu.. sel ecting {..round), fori'vlriiit Ithec&t.&llere.i is sufficient ^dep.thjiOf^ soil(<ic>r {iK^itviwanitsjI^ut iu- mariy"cuscs. tlio'c,u tivut^or wi.J. har«5>to;,do Uhe^est^e'&im with1 mud jfchaVis/jiyfi/^tlie most . suitable;1 lail'dl'^TA ?tllb' 'ode 'of'.V< ryj shalio\y,:;soils, ;thoc .bist^wtly of1 »6iisn'rin}>. ? suco^sei^is .tp au?r ease .thp^r «d.epfcli9Uy- addi ug.> g6od: thick:Jayei^of^ eai\tli^in...

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Our Sydney Letter. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 30 June 1882

BY TICR TOWN" BELLMAN. I AM fairly gravelled for;lack.;of matteii", this week.1 Things commercial are, dull,;, things political are positively istag-pant j arid, the on y questions: that; stir the jair-arethe. Darling- Harbour resumptions, and;tn«, barr barOus iniquity of the Licensing'.[Act.; Iir reference to the former, affair, it ,»,eemf as,if, the grab-all speculator* who bought upjByiv, morit ooze and slirae to seU to; the ,Goy(ern-j ment are " going to be out of it." Goodlet^nd Smith's case I mentioned last; week and .tliisy week the mighty-bodied jLucas of; [the, many, offspnng and the " full-round (>1 ate '!.strives , , to arrive at an estimated h.i^ inconje.,(Mostj men consider their/screws;, to be what, they,, get. Lucus considers his income. Avbat he , ,hbpes; to get;.which, <if ho p( sjtissiasviyidcitnj agination, may exceedithefdieam.of h J^otlis-, child; >How< the caise will gOiit;is difficult to, say, but one fact . has.-.-- been.elicited.....

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Intercolonial Juvenile Exhibition. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 30 June 1882

; , iatefoolonial JuvenilQ Exhibition. n! t Sir,'4-Will -you 'kindly allow u»;'. through your.) columns, to address a ft-vv lines to the ">ipUngv;;«jjoopjo :V.oi>i:;;behalf.::of..tho-.:.iii tended. ^j|iyerijile Exhibition, to be opened on tbe 9th i JNoypmbe?,vV ' the ; Garden -Palace, Sydney"/ ; " o " Youno, FtirEjfDs.^The f..Schedule of ItegViMions^ncn^rize''List-is'no\y.published.. . :fpr~yb^^ we hope you will . carefully^reradfjthem 'tlirbu^hv ; In drawing' ..your-rattentiori to it;: allow us to tell " you. , gi^eat..care^lias ;beeni takeiiiin framing them j; ^jn^li^t^|atibn h^s .been;. givejo >tp 'em bract> Ml I si/p[iose^articles, tliut. jinay be prepared'. .£p\%&kbi^itT6n. f ? l^liould^'any''oniissions have >ijfeeiiniade^orltor^^ :q'uite"clear to ai>f^y^yv lpt^erlipr; | ^$6naily>'fo . the give <3ipjy.:e.VW iufor'm 'iio^eifu^rate^it^cfux '.be' eptetfecl;in Group ^23i'' peVson; ivho is h in^attempt *'in^sopiCJiown.;;^ pr^p"-« re^'jj.u:^o.a...

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Essay on Spring. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 30 June 1882

!. Essay on Spring. J ,Spring is the time for .sowing* In the city |w(ftmen sewshirts at .,45 ci-nis per'dozen, jla the city, also, the, wicked sow tares and 'reap te^rs. And everywhere in the spring-^ jtime.nien sow the; windaud. reap the whir ® ,wind. , Spring is. a season much sung by i he jpoe's. It in a'spason that' moves people jespfljially about the 1st of May. | ,, It,;s the season for' *aising tilings. The first.thing generally raised in the spring is-! tha vent. After that co.nes spring radishes andgreens. , Ippects also come./.in thb spring. The mosquito consults his ledger arid inakes out. his bills for the summer. Eai'wigs lay in a fresh supply of legs., Domestic and house hold insects resuscitate^ themselves and crawl a#d bite in. their little beds! All nature stirs, " ." /'' , Spring] also stirs up the theatrical com-j /^inations and the .menageries. ' The trained; beasts and the animals of all sorts prepare , to,,take the road. The tramp' dreams ol /resh fields and p...

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Railway Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 30 June 1882

Railway .TimoTa"ble. Trams leave Svdnev..,' I. ^ Arriv.erat iJ^enritU mismtxr. >a Vy .? l - siSp'r ..;:t!o:,;S.:' . ,,,:, ?<? °*UK 1,-t r- §:?? a-ra-i» - ; ivrW *o0 Jlw",.. . ' Monaajr,.jio^sengerjj y.bv.i. 1 ,; (aiwvw^w^rlO.rlS'ftl*!^! ? N H tSS'llilll #'". ..

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Etiquette of the Napkin. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 30 June 1882

. Etictustte of the Napiiar " ; < tlpifi'att been S tat ed, and1 very truly rtbc>V] thdt: .tjie law of ihfi napkin is but vaguely ; under (iod..' It m&y be saidp ho'vveveriti " "tfie'-t : stai^y 'that custom aiiii good ; breeding.' halve uttered|the'decree! tlVat' it is in "poor1'taste' to* piit 'tlio n'apkin in the pockrt aud ?qarVy/it: away.,' fi;;V jTM rule of'etiq^tteis:Bbc6"ifiin^ .more'' and mory thbrimg'bly ektablishedy'that tlie'nkpldii nhoi^ld be "left in theJ,bbusebf^the^iosfrm; ' ubstd&js, after dinner; v.:;'-'1 . jTb&re ha been a good 'deal of discussion jfXso li^oii the'.mflLriner'of(folding- the.': iiajiWin after dinner, and whether it11'should be ! so .dispbsed-of or negligently 1 tossed' ' into the [ gravy boat. If) however, it can be'folded easily, and without attract' n: >. too" much attention and prolonging '; tliiei ' session for several hours, it shoul/1 so arranged and p'aced'besidH tfte; plate;' ^whfire it . may'' be ea...

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The Nepean Times, Published every Friday Morning. FRIDAY, JUNE 30, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 30 June 1882

!S" M^ubtfshed 'everyAridity Morning'.-' i' I. ,1 H,».< fiun-'fei J*t>roiu-»'» »?«.* Ml , IICIV 'KiUii Ui'.n; HI! 5 jif>v' tioi (d. «J[V '' ?' *' !. ; J$rqm> a tinie ammemorial1 it has -Mm ! 'considered >'that; any1 sueoes'sful at !;toiript'. to plunder. the putlic trea ^suiji'.is'aii .bijPence !so venrial as to be ..Scarcely; any offence at all. Less -thaiii a'century ago' our ancestors * lobkfed!'u^on1 smuggling as a ;con-, .yenipnt' method of , obtaining the1 luxuries of life "without the imperti nent : interference of Custom-house officers, and we are not at all sure that were> it not for the inoreased yigilance of the coast guard service, the contraband trade in the English. Channel, would be as brisk as ever. Public opinion, in short, has ruled that while the robbery of a private individual is a crime.to !be severely' puuished, defrauding the Gov,ernr ment is an, ingenious device whioh) ,. -7~if; not found out-reflects little - or no discredit upon th...

Publication Title: Nepean Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Notes for "The Times." [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 30 June 1882

ffttesfor, Times." ui'i! i I!! BY ;A.": IT is indited a;noteworthy,fap.fy j^fxivifk' is of fate coming;to the fp**ewith, ragard.'tp amusements, for, a few yejurs ago,, eyea a game of cricktt .was a rarp (thing, ,w|iile foot ball, boat faces, footrace^, and other amuee ments were never dreamed of. Those wjiq, did not' or* could not take part in the popular game of cricket were Jeft no alternative, but to become spectator?,? for, no other, pastime of any description offered"at' Avhioh to wle away the few leisure hours 'obtainable on the S'atiii-d y afterri'oonWdM hdlidajys.' 'The . youth of the district, therefore, having no agreeable spoi't to re«ldrt tp,rbeciurie> in1 i time' indifferent to : spbrt ^together;1< -titid1 . flute grew lk^y and lotbargiic// No surer or better plan of developing physical piyw'erv at d add-' ing streng' h to the body cd'ri bie fonhd th<in some' healthy 'agreeably . and 1 invigorating' recreation, when for tlie1 time : being,' th&a...

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