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LONDON. March 7. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 10 March 1882

! LONDON. March 7. \\ * An election has takon placcjto-day for.' f, Malmcsbury, t6 fill the vacancj caused by ji the death'-of Mr. Walter Powelll Conserva- 1 tive. The election resulted in tp return of IM Mr. Miles, tholConservative caudate. j A lrtdy and, gentleman, traviing from , Goulbourn to Sydney were ordeifl out of a first class carriage by a railway Ifficial, in order that Mr. Ninian Melvillj M.L.A., might have the whole of the comjrtmont. A letter was written to the Agdt-Genernl some time ago, at the instance ofjihe Chief Inspector of Stock requesting himfhat scien tific advice might bo taken in refird to the danger of introducing hydrophobe through ; the indiscriminate importation of ogs. Mr- i1 Snmuel has replied as follows by jelegram ' -" Dr. Saunderson recommends prohibit: importation of dogs entirely, Jexfigt > colonies whero same 11 i.jilii'ljj(jl Mr. Fleming advises rocourse to^&id hibition, unless really effective quaran'infl: can be guaranteed. Reports ...

Publication Title: Nepean Times
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LONDON. March 8. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 10 March 1882

LONDON. . --aI 1' ;; v.v" ;- . March 8. r1 "jyTtlWqkuUbcoi 1 introduced into tho House m Lords by tlio 'Earl, of Rodesdalo, the Oliuinnnn of Conmiittoew and Deputy Spoukcr miuiriii}^ that all members of Parliament should, upon taking- tlio oath of allegiance, doolnro their belief in God. After a short discussion 1.I10 bill was icud the first time. In' this' week's" Truth, ;under .the title : of ' Society in India and Australia " there is a smartly-'written paper, wherein ..those two; i dependencies > of the British , Crown; are; ! "brought into contrast; greatly, I am'bound to say, 'in' favour of Australia^as far as the hornet life and . character of ' the Australian people, are: concerned. . Their virtues in these respects are compared with the uncon-. C3aled flirtations arid generally lower moral tone per fading Anglo-Indian circles, and' ; certainly they, lose nothing by the contrast. The article is well worth perusal. Our Coroner appears' to he rather an eccentric Shiel) At t...

Publication Title: Nepean Times
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LONDON. March 8. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 10 March 1882

LONDON. March 8. f; A bill has bspn introduced hi the House of Lords by the Earl of Resdale, the Chairman of Committees and Duty Speaker .v requiring that, all members (/Parliament, ' should, upon taking ihe oath /. allegiance, j declare their belief in God. iter a short j, discussion tho bill was read the rst time. k 1 : - 1 if

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RAGUSA. March 8. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 10 March 1882

RA.GUSA. . !. >il . : ' ? . . " March 8. : Mr. Evas, special' correspondent of tho " Manolie|or Guardian," at present in tho disturbed istricts in this provinco, hns been ^ imprit)ono<j by tho Austrian authorities on ' suspicion f 1 laving boon iii collusion with i 'tho insurants.

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TUESDAY, MARCH 7. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 10 March 1882

TuESDAYi'MAJtCn^/r^ . 33bi?6Ris Mossrs.1'Olebvo Sinfjloj'Js\"P.; ,f. I ; J'olinJJ6lm8bn for being* ?druhk |in High .1 stree't on the(jtliof' March ,was lindd 20a.i or , 7 dnys liX ftaoL ^ . fi- ,/ . , Peter .Ilyan. for, boiug;i,dr""i}k.^nd using' obseeno Ianguago.was liped* 4'0s.,vand. 6s,- 6d. . costs, levy-in -distress; 'dafj'dofoult, dno i month's imprisonment in Parr&ntitta gaol; James' !PcdkIiain: on'' Alio 'cliai^o. df'^nsing ^ obscene ]uh^iag,e'was.fi^pdv£2,';;6nd 5s. 6d.. costs y in default oho nupnth-itf^aol; ' ; fi Wm.' Brown , and Wm. PriVcliard^ alifis Tonilinsoii, wore,. chayg'O^jyi |h j(,removing > timber from tlio;?v^r jegsorve" '«h"Hlrd vi9tlKi^ary,.. without having' a liconic., Prom tho evidencb of Jas. Mcaiwan lands .rancor, 'tho l icense it appeared had been taken out on - tlio .'..Slst. One . defendant ; stated that lie TindcrsT/ipd tho license !3iad. been taken .out by his IVttlioiy and the. other c~'"prison*r was ignorant tlia't'sucli' a thihg% was j...

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Penrith Police Court. MONDAY MARCH 6. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 10 March 1882

Feiirith Polifcc Court. HW»AY; IMARCH- G.' > ^^TjefofQ Mr. Ck^e, J;P. ' \ M?|Vt. <^^W|)fcpr Hughes J:.was^iiargedj.witli< heing tlriiiik and using abscerici^anguage ,ih 'High street.' Penrith, on March- 4. . For, driirilccn ness he was fined 10s. or 7 dtiys, and for the , obscene' ilariguage:20s.,' or one( month addi tional in Purramatta gaol. ^ . William- Gillies*-was cliargodvwith having, in his -possession.' 6 table knives which lie had .disposed'of illegally. .. x ; \ 'Prom' t.he" evidence it appeared that 'the?' ..rprisohcr^h^l"pioiced; /lie knives [up, orv the road-side,near the Nepean bmlgc^and being* hard up .-had: gone and sold tliom to Mr. ; Martin, Springwood5 Hotel, d The/ purchaser ; on-hearing the facts'of the case returned the money, and tho; goods'wer e also feubsequoTitly returned.' - Prisoner admitted picking up the, goods on the road' side, and as', ho.'had been .out ofl work and '.^lftraHip'lbr/iomo^tihio'ho was tempted to sell ihem. \ TJ...

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LONDON. March 8. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 10 March 1882

LONDON. i ? March 8. . Mr. Roscb<ponkling; doclinos to accept 1 the position cTudtfo in tho High Court of Judicature inio United States, oiforcd him by Prosidbhti-i'thur. i .....

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LONDON. March 8. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 10 March 1882

LONDON. h, .' ~v- . . Marck8. . --vv*ip'it^ri^C|D<iications.. of an ^The; Sultan of ^'; r-^" J| ijfts=.. p t;; J? n«] if v;":-,ito-'-"pi ace ? '"* tlie -Tudciali .ttujiii a state of efficicncy.

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BERLIN. March 8. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 10 March 1882

BERLIN. March 8. A: Bill waintroducod by tho Government at tho cominicqment of the proaont sosaion, having for is objoct tho renewal and on lai'gemeni ptlio disorotionary law of 1880 fur placing jo relations botwoon Church and State on a-fly amicable footing. Tho Bill having hoc roforrod to a coinrnittoo for considoratid and revision, has now boon roporfcod o1 .unfavourably, and has boon rejected. ; |-1 .,

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LONDON. March 8. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 10 March 1882

LONDON. March 8. Tho indivjaal, who stolo Sydney Oolo man's colobrbd picture, " Tlio Monarch of tlio Meadows has been convicted and sen tenced' to, soy years' penal servitude Tho bookseller w[ received1 the -.picture'was a'lso tried, but waacquitted. .. t. Two more r ?pns have boon .arrpstod on tho charge o^aving boon concerned in tlio Hatton CJarth. Post Offico robbory. . They were caught i Paris. ; :

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New Licensing Act. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 10 March 1882

,-V-j <J. j I Wew-Lioensiag---tict. ]3EFORE;tliepl.icerisingvBonch,iOentral-Folic a Court, iOiif^ednesday aft<?njoon:~(tlie(1 sittin magistrates. being, MMessra. i Grano, Dillon Addisnn, nnd>Marsh),Matthew*Hayes, the Waterloo' ' 'llofcoir Waterloo, was sum- I inoncd tor a breach of the Licensing Act of 1882, fyr(f,.unj^a£ona,bly delaying- the opening ;; of, the ithe1,door on Sunday, when ?. admittance** i was'demanded by-the'-police.- The ' evidence^! [of-the'latter went to show-'.thdfc" they savvf'a-j| Kvotrian come out of tile' Hotel 'hayinff'' in' her^l ; " I I M . , x> » 7 .« H.tl-P ilMnd^a jujj covered up, with.a.( cloth ;;a^,'if?itp (contained; beer; ...".But.ntlioi'police wews appajjif^ ;entlyjseen from' theUiotel, for1! thecoma n;wasp| pulled back again: Sergeant Bradwell thenk-| (wont and knocked. ^ demanded® ?admittanqc. andhe,. sw.ore,' ttiererwas iunreasondliio;. 'Aime-,-in; ;:l(Bttingj,'i»im,'. J.ii..' the other,,,hand, a daughtei^ofr theidef...

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LONDON. March 7. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 10 March 1882

LONDON. March 7. 1 One of the Eton College boys who pum- S melled the would-be assassin Maclean, and 'y tor which 'ho received the special thanks of ' her-Majesty, was the son of Sir Samuel Wilson. J

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Latest of Cable. NEW YORK, March 7. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 10 March 1882

Latest bf Cable. From the JEenirig * News'. sd'' ' Niy, Youk, March 7. "TST^IIknry BAUKEs/aiicl. par.ty Lave just returned from tlieir /isit "to Canada, i 'The Premier's negotiation with *tlie Canaclian G6yernm"ent;'hdv^.:;pj(vcld successful beyond all anticipation^' 7 .' 'i,:'' . ' On his arrival a/Ottawa, the Dominion capital, Sir HenrwParkes; waited on Sir John Alexander Mponald/the Premier, and other ,, members, of pe> Cabinet, and 'laid ;be - iore -tbem his pr'opsals, in, reference .to .thp dutyjVn AUstralianfaud New,Zealand.JAVOOIS. He /was received! very courteously,; and . trotted with' eve/v ;consideration by Jthe> Mnisters. Sir Ejsnry made Jan.',excellent /peech, revi«wing;the present position and /history of the Ausralian colonies, andpoint 1 out the vast fieW -there was open for com merce between Canada, and thejAiistralies./ He also impressed upon the Ministers that, as the United States Government had dis tinctly; refused to esritertain his suggestions for a modi...

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LONDON. March 7. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 10 March 1882

LONDON! . March 7. The Tory candidate has l^een leturned to y, fill the vacancy fur '-Malmesbury,, caused -hy#| tlio death of Mr. Walter Powell. CJonscrva-'J tive. y. ? : ' ' :I

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Hanlan and Trioket. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 10 March 1882

Hanlasi an^iriokot.' ' IJavlak^ who h»s arrived: in tho old couri-v | try! from * America has already been ieted by ? ^ liis Eng'Hsli;admirers.- A few days ag-o at a' J dinner g'iven by a number.of His supportera,' the chair was taken by .General Goodlalce, V,0and a hopeful spirit was manifested, in , view of his coming contest with . the Tyn*-?/' side favorite. This .is thoi.only match that ! bas been definitely made : up to'the present \ moment, event is .the? 3rd of April, :the4 stakes (L500 a-side. The Australian friends-'of iTrickettr <Avho.i are' rosident in London tiro ' [very.'desirous matching- that oarsman ag-aiiis^ . Ifcho Champion for --Iii300' a-side.. Tiickett, |who is in Canada,|is aw<aitin« a telcg;rami [on-tho subject, f Hanlan, it is . said, wishes, [the stakes to bo increosod to L500 a-side ~ |and the. ".supposition that, ho deems:it im-» ' jpossiblo Tor Trickeib to; raise so largo a I sum »j 'of- money,1 ;althou|h ; championship matches lf [...

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LONDON. March 8. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 10 March 1882

LONDON. March 8. i The Indian. Budget proposes to abolish the import duties on cotton, and to reduce the tax on salt. Proposals are also included for an extension of the system of free;'trade. The deficit this year reaches £4,000,000, but the revenue of next year is estimated to yield : £06,500,000, leaving* a smallsurplus. Tho; outlay in connection with the late Afghani war amounted to nearly .£20,000,000.j

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LONDON. March 8. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 10 March 1882

LONDON. March 8. : il The London Colonial Institute for a Charter of Corporation.

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LONDON. March 8. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 10 March 1882

LONDON; , Marcli 8. Seyeral;hats have beon fouufn St. Peters burg* iillcd with explosives. I March 8. Tho Irish Assize Judges nropw on cir- :l cuit. Tn viow of the mimen 5 cliarg^cS^¥ violence brought before them, i ny of fchein regret that crime is still so rife Ireland.

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LONDON. March 8. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 10 March 1882

LONDON. ^ - ' .1 March,8.,. . L The disastrous floods i'ETtb^alIf; Mississippi are increasing". ^Wblwi'de^jttc-; *< »l tion of property lias taken pl£ and v^tiaiiy people aro starving. \ ,

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

Emu Flatus. From our.own, Correspondent, AT last the wcath r -has broken, and we havo had enough rain to fill up a few of the small watorholos; there is every appearance tliis morning, of.getting- another fall. r Last. Wednesday night some one in want flljaTlilWi ?exerGis6"tobkf{:wil h~(Yub~leav~G^Mr. . fMiddleton's hors«, saddle and bndle frpru hi^ stablfConstable Bressington was', soon, on [the. alert and recovered tlio stolen property, but . the pei s jn who, took them away is 11.11 at large. ./ . ; We are glad to notice the fridge over Soraggy Creek (in the heart'1 of Emu Plains > township) is at, last finished. It is now a ; great acquisition, to .this rising township. ' Iho contractors w(jro Messrs. Gumming and i Jenkins ; they have made a.first-class job of . it, indeed. , . ,,Novmor.e., poor families on Bniu Plains after this da!te. MiC^Mniiin has jiaid. iis a.visit fon the Lifo.. :A8siu'nneti~?l^jij^^ X}i&> Assured for different sums weelcTy, all. the jfol...

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