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TUESDAY. Before Messrs. J. D. Single, J.Shand and Dr. Duncan, J.s'P. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 16 September 1882

v'(f/yny]£ TuESl)AY.,;Ir: | 1?.' Before Messrs. J, D. Single, -J^liand and ? T>; i Dr. Duncan, J.s'P." : " I A j/^Hrd^e"lB^""fioing,ErupF'wMrfinecl*2* Or!, in'default Scours in 'the lookup. } Jftino8~BlliBpu( fof usin^obsceno languages at |Einu(%a9 costs. j t John Hili'for using, pbscenV.lapgu%e was' ifinlpd.2sGd with costs/*';l\ . .. ^ 2;', j,'S Tholms'.ftdy'lo fori allowing ?a cow to stray jiii the streets i*as fined; Is, wiljh 2a 6(1 costs. 'j| [Jamps Ward^ alias '^Yortliington, was jcimrged by John Itealey ^school attendatiqal oflicer-for-DiBtriot-No 9. with permitting-his-' daughter Jomina Warji aged T13 years to 'absent herself fro to'school- for 62 days dur ing- the six months ending-80th June 1882v 1 JDefeijfiivn?ijleade| Fuptrg'iii.lty.^ j,| jf"$ | J olin' Kealey/S6hdi6rntW posecl'":-lie;. produced !liis auth'oi-ity^ f roiri jhe Minfs'ter fdr PubUc^I'^stfuotipn to proMOu'to; tho| defendant before?ftifi; jC^urfcj.Vo«''ifio'' per-' vson! mentioned:! in1 liis'informtitipn' ...

Publication Title: Nepean Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Skimmings. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 16 September 1882

Skimmings. [; Dyfcentory- said to' be s^r a ing kmbrig British1 troops i&Egjrit'-J ' ^ Siir- Henry'-Parlfes is seriously unwellr: 1 It is under stood that all tha Darling Har-: bor cases-have been settled. - ~"'J. Y. MillS, the government yalutttor in .!the rnrling Harbor cases ,'thou'd" hay.e 'monument erected to him; \ Tlie opening1: 'ceremony' of St /'Marys Cathedralhas been a splendid success.^ ! !'! /. There in a misunderstanding, between Madagalsoar and Franco. . i m'; u; -iu<, Grickot match botween tho Australians ,rfnd theZingari Club-the most oristgoratia in. England-resulted in a draw,i:in',fayor" ,of the former, - , , - Tho I^ish^PpnstoWes.r.dismiss^d for.^ih-; subordination have been :rdinst'»tcd. %i hh .>'; - A terrible famine in Iceland, r r There havo befen'earthquakes at Panama.. !; Dr Alloyne for many yeavs Health, officer for Pi^rt1 Juclcson, is'deaa.' I /. A proposal to erect a memorial-to1 tHe! late, .Dr. LaiiK* has been reeclved with enthus...

Publication Title: Nepean Times
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Culvert at Rope's Creek. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 16 September 1882

Oulyert atiEopo's^Oreek. "Wislliaye receivedlthotfollomnebetter "for puBlfcatioif{4- ;»«**?#--** ! " DopSlhtmont of Public Works, " Sydney, 12th Sept., 1882. " Sir,-Referring to that portion of your /letter o^ tljui3'2nd-Ji^ly last ^oprp^ting-tfiQ? wan^o^n culvert on the roadjfronjHhe^lfain^ "\Vestern lloacl" to' Mount Druitt "jR.-.ilway1 Station^ afoRore's-< Greek; ^omjdireotcA'.; to; infbiraybii that tliismatter will be attended ?to; irj"?uonunry3extAvh0n sufficient funds I filialli Kitf'* boeuinwdo^available. J'PhaYr tho honor, &o. / . ..."- - 'RAB?"" ^I-T.VK SMITH, ESQ., M.P." F. h :'-y ~ ? .. V

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Parliamentary Pickings. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 16 September 1882

.Parli&moatafcy-Piolsings. ON Fridny,! ilie, Legj&jktivo-, Ae>s6mbl \;-Hto] uso ft sporting expression--sottlfd down to work, and a good deal of pracHi&hl' business was transacted. In fi'j)ly to Mr. Buchanan 'Mr. Suttor s'fttrd'tliai.a teacher HifEoKolfiin-wliererar" that may Ibo^-had ^beon ^suspended in.{con joquofico oPccrtain 'charges rh'a'virig been' made ft^pip9^-hipvr>!:Anipng'\iHes0 oHi*rgf«s, was uio cxt^rdinary onei, o^ tliqt,teacher hari'iff plnytd' cards in'^ tlio schoolroom. I Whether lie jilnyc^ jSolifflirt, or selected his I opponents from the pupil* and assistants did not appear; 7 »i;»- IIA Mfc 'iG'.iri*nrd|«''Employers Liability f Bill pft*«edHf&r&e<)qnii'redding and wis discussed, in Coinjriittde.1 'This is one ofthe most usd'i f«'l measures which -hns 'or«r been brought bef-iro Parliament; 'and it is to be'hoped that'it ^ill bbcoino lnvr at no distant date. No one will' be likely to question'thb >fair>...

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Magisterial Inquiry. Before Mr.J.K. Cleave, js.'P [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 16 September 1882

-T-rr-- r-- . if % | Magisterial Xaqjairy. I , ; Before Mr.J.K. Cleave, ja!P , r.J 1 ,Ai Sjftgistorial "inquiry jwas hold at\tlio 'Polftse'Oourt, CPenritli^On Monday^ by Mh JT '.K. Clo re J.P, touching the death of -Roger nrd, ageft'lty -%Vf£ ..y^jOpD^tablo'Bvcisin^ton dcppsod tlmt about lO.iinnutosrpast ^o'clock OIL 'tin previous ddy"(S.uuda3%j)i^went.i|p tliQsjbathi'ngirplaco on thb'Nonenn Rivor j a ljoy nainod Sponoe tdld'hi itftlfat-tKVre .wns a man drowned, n man whoso name'iho^did.flpt. know.;, sjrjppjjd dWwbut into t.lie' river, 'lAit'clid not succeed in finding' the body j but nfterwards in corii .pan^ifitlrSi?rgeant 'Fotvler dragged for the l.ody with grappling' irons and found it after JarsfjnYcli(tif ab6'u£Qm<hoiir fin'd! a 'h'alf,'after wards, when the body was brought, on Isliore; it wns examined by Dr. Brady wlio declared :lifo\tol:b'o'oktinc't'j-sfenrdhed the clothes and ioantl ,1s j4fj,^,a.,.ptoe'qnd/)piece( ,ofntobncco ; Wi'tlib 'body 'in'Sergeant' Fowler...

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The Cricketing Season. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 16 September 1882

The Crj.Qkoti.ng Season Wjs shull bo happy to insert cricket fixtures mid reports.of local matches when authen ticated by the "Secretaries of the Chilis mi gaged. CoiiimunientioiiRof this kind should reach us not later than Wednesday morning'.

Publication Title: Nepean Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 16 September 1882

\mf .:], .3^g>kI, xsB^raoqp^^a.0,j,/ (!s Pubii^f ^yerjr CONTAINS lending articJos'onHlie pw^In^it .fluostions.of «ho 4w.r,rt>«l%«5t,.1,??^.?^?' and' foioj^anw;' " humorous extracts. 1m Amdriciifti journals ; special correspondent llnd tho latest Sydney Commercial hows. Subscription 2s. 0d. per quarter, in advance. . NE.PEftW TIMES OFFICE^ ? fl il -of -7 ffBpeoi4l Jobbing .t Department., THE proprietors, ofthe, Jfeptan Timu nrepre i .pared, toexecu to printing of every descrip tion; ; Posters,| business catdsi bill-heads, .pro grammes. : turned out at the shortest notice, £th noafncsB and di'spatch. /: Charges as low tis possible. Estimates furnished. . W. LBN N OX'S;;/1 ;. * II AiY" A N D !. G 0 R fl. cs T O R E HIGH Sxreft, PENRITH." : rv VIK ??? L, ; ALL kinds of ;I'R0DUOE .. always, ' ori "«-.*««« //hahd. < ? ;;t Q E'N E R'AlI ' STOR E.K E-.E P E'Ri < '"ii'-.! tt'lgli-Sti'ceti,'Poririfch'ii 1 "wl . y-h r^ipp^i^jp.' ^enttt S.|j^eiryfj, A I^.gO(^8,»VjoMf...

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The Aepean Times, Published every Saturday Morning. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 16. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 16 September 1882

Published ?Cevoi'.j'j Saturday JMornifig. SATUJIBAY, Sid'tiiMunu'lG. "ROADS aiVdbndgesYricnibers" is a plivtisc'wliicli Very ^acoura^oly^de^ scnbe^'^li^^TgS-prbjp'o Parliamentary,,,^cpiiescntataYesi j(^ho base tlioir claims tp.jsuiipo.rt uppn;.t;lio local're quirements,of their,,, electorates "It iiiaybe," they. say,to the free 4i,nd indepondont'felilct'or^ ^.that. Ave do little or-notliiiig in*the-:-wny of 'framing wiseenaetments fosthprgoocl of ^ojcdioiiyM41iatv,o-ur. ypices are seldom fcir :uGy;er jhcard in tlie debates of ..th^Bcaiioii^tlwt -' wev ;ioayo. to* others the,'Invidious . taste of. expos ing .? corruption ;and .. attempting to purify- rxtiip.-^pplitioafe atin^pliere;.;^ but ,we ^at least, secure for .you more, than'your fair "share pf' tlid'rovenueV and your roads and britlges-Aviiliconi paro -favorably with those of - any .'J other district initho colony.',' ^Jiesol . sentiments5 .' 'arc^genPrallyv? received; with.entjiusiasm'by.^ 'V ^o©-artcl,iii ' dependent;'' '*1 ...

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Religious Announcements. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 16 September 1882

Religious Aanouttoemoats. ? Wk nlinil be ^'lati, nl any time, to insafc viftis?^ wlwin-forwarded-tb-ini by lociil clefgymori-; bu t,\re can. t» It e no .iioti ca- ofco.mmun: c ition ^. i coj iyed/fpm' atiiioraTit jaud self-'consu^tujqd' " missionaries." '

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Sublimity. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 23 September 1882

, Sublimity. AFTER iSldsr 'JLoots had taken lus regnlar position and closed his eyes in' sleep, and Samuel Shin had hung up. the water-dipper and wiped off his chin, 'Brother Gardner began : .' How few men in dig woruld riso to de sublimity of de occashun ! An', too, how few of UB lrnow whar* de sublimity comes i . Whon trubble comes we knuckle to it un' lose our sand, instead of soaring aloft an' lo kin' down upon it from de clouds. Do ancient martyrs had sublimity. De ancient Greeks an' Romans had it, an' our statesmen an' generals an* citizens have been chuck full of if. A. rnnn who cannot be sublime when occashun demands it am. only fit to work in a bone-yard. What am r obler dan to see a pollytishun demand to be 'looted to offis on his merits, 'stead of gwine aroun, to buy wotes, pull wires, an* wallow in do slums P What am ;nobl«r dan to see a cashier who has got away wid 40,000 in a moment of weakness rise above it .an' return with the cash an' confess his error ? ' Be keerfu...

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A Theatrical Cat. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 23 September 1882

A Theatrical Cat One of the most sensational scenes in Victor Nossler's opera, The Ratcatcher of HameUn, is tint presenting1 the exodus of rodenta from HttmeHu, brought about by the tuneful spells of Sig-r.uf the charmer. While this fantastic personage is singing; his incantation thousands of thousands of rats invade the stage, emerging from the houses and windows composing the "set" from crevices in irall», and from holes in tha ground. Iu the leading Opera Houses in Germany no pains or expense have been spared in order to impart a realistic character to this- rat epiiode. The mimic rodents aro " made up as life-like as may be; they scamper about the stage as vivaciou»ly as though they were really flesh and blood instead of akin and stuffiing. So excellently managod is this particular "effect" at the Dresden opera nouao that a few nights ago, upon the occasion of " Ratcatclv r's' first performance in that theatre, the property rats fairly' took in tho ^worthy old cat, I perpetually...

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How the Methodists Christianise the Chinese. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 23 September 1882

u Metliodlists Christianise the Chinese. ; >i IT has been found, according to the Now . York Tribunc, thtd, a good ok' Methodist re viral tune in G flat, with a taking chorus, yvill ,bringLa Chinaman into the heavenly camp,, while long praters will drive him back deeper into the mire of the false and j jiuyetio belief of the ancient doctrines of Qiian ,«u(?hang Quee, HongGfuie, and, the , theologi cal celebrities who flourished about 1,200 ». c.u, ,Ther reporter recently; attended a Sundny-soliobl meeting whdre several China 1 inen wet® taking, part; in; , the «xcroise, and Ho fipiyfi:bf tliom '^They sang hymnn both , in Chinese andi English. When the organ elruok Up they were ev'idontly mncli pleased, and broad smiles lighted their otherwise ' inipassivo' faces. They sang ' Hold 'em Flort, We Cdm*e;'in good style, but in an , -old familiar hymn they did remarkably well, as follows": ,. .Thero a lan heep flairea 'em day, ' v . - ...By flaith we all .soekeaafar, ; Jelvts lio «tond...

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Twitterings from a sparrow. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 23 September 1882

Twitterings from a sparrow The Saturday mornings are becoming lively at Springwood. The -weather is delightful, and the early excursions traius are filled with seekers after health and pleasure. Then again fcho JVepean Times comes on Saturday morning, and all the inhabitants are anxioin to hear the news it brings. My nest is .built-well I won't sa/ where for fear of a visit from a cricket ball-but I see and hear all that occurs1 On lastSaturday morning Ibeard some one reading a latter from the " Queen of the Waratahs " and ns I possess the in formation she requires I vrill give it you for conveyance to hor, as I presume that she reads the Times. Please tell her that the Fish is being slowly cooked by steam, and that I often see Blossom making frantic rushes to catch a glimpsa of him as he passes. I infer from the interest he takes in th« cooking proeasss, that he hopes to derive some benefit from it. The Swallow is preserved in spirits of three Star celebrity, or slop-its the spirit...

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Brutality at Sea. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 23 September 1882

Brutality at Sea AT the Hampshire. Assizes, on May 19, Kobert Fisher, 15, years old, a young' coloured seaman, was indicted before Mr. Justice/Hiwkins for:tlie wilful murder,- on the'ibigh seas,; of Robert Macauley> mate of the "barque Voyagour, ' of Bi-ixbam, on December 20 last. The rassel sailed from ' Richmond, United Stages, in November, for Pernambuco, andlaccbrding- to' tho evidenco of, seTordl witueBsoB, it appeared ,.that tho prisoner, who "was tbd' ship'o boy, was subjected to brutal ill-treatment., at the hands of th« mate, some^of the^crew adding that" the captain ill-treated^him as' well; On December 20 he was sent aloft by the malt about midnight to'grease the mast, but he let his pot fall, and caino down. v The mate, it was shown; then began beating him j in a minute or two a groan was heard, and Macular was.founcL lying -bri' liis;b'ackon the deck, stabbed to the heart. The prisoner said'this mate beat, himrfor letting, the pot fall, and he took the knife vfrom! b...

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

? LOCAL NEWS. <. ! - - ' '' A MEETING of persons interested in the formntibnjof the Penrith Brass Band was held the 'AustraliWn . ArmB Hotel on .: Monday evening. Tllo Chair was occupied in the ^earlioc'. parb'.pf ,'the. 'proceeding by Mr. R. j Pliillips, and later by Alderman Cross. It was reported tlirit the- late Concert had realised £9. 18s ()d, and that the sum of £12 'had;been collected by Alderman Paekin ahd Mr. White. , In addition-to this the sum of .£if ,18s had .been paid in by intending members. The sum of £24. being required for-the purcliaso of instruments,? Alderman .Raskin generously handed in-his-cheque for the ramounfc, trusting to the liberality of the-townspeople to be- repaid-a confid ence which is': not likely to be misplaced. The following resolutions were . carried imaminously.:-"That -it is advisable to form a Brass Band in Penrith to be called The . Penrith Brass Band and that sucli Band is hereby formed accordingly." "That all brass instrnments ...

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Heroism of two Navvies. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 23 September 1882

Heroism; of1 two'Navvies.-3;. |. SOME few weeks ago (say stlio Moimt Barker Coumr) ablast was put in!; for <. tho: purpose of removingia'largp.bahkiofearth.intoneipf the cuttingon i tho. .second a neotioan 'of-: the Nairno railway line'. ; ? -In .. i order - r'to;J ful ly charge; it tho wholo of .tho contents , of , ono and pavfcof ithat'tmd another ikeg.ofV powder had ueen ui5(,d>: andi thei remainder '.had. been carelessly fleft'- uncd\eredn,oloso! ^by.; ,-,Thp navvies employed' near .the .proposed; ?blast had got away into places of safety, and the man? whose duty it was lit the fuse, and threw the match away, and was preparing to -run,r ,when an " explosion behind him showed that the . liicitei" had fallen in the uncovered., keg of powder, the resnlt of wliioh 'was that ho was thrown in an insensible-and apparently lifeless-state right across the place where in a few moment* a mnoli great r explosion might bo expected. Two navvies, themsolves in a place of safety, ...

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Our Police Court. MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 23 September 1882

Our Polioo Court MONDAY. Befriro Mr. J. IC. Cleave, and Dr. Bond Js'P. James Hall for being- drunk was fined 2s 6d, and for using obscene language 10s. Arthur Willis for being drunk was fined 5s or 24 hours in the lookup. The same-prisorier was then charged with Btealing a metal ring,, valued nt Is 3d, the property of Henry Haigh. Constnble lykes deposed : Charged pri soner with stealing the ring (producad) ; prisoner stated that ne had bought the ring ; arrested him on a charge of drunkenness. Sergeant Fowler deposed : Saw prisoner in Hnigh's shop on Saturday; saw Haigh producing a small case of rings, whioh prisoner examined j prisoner picked out the one pro duced ; he held it in the palm of his hand ; was culled away on other business, and in structed Constable Sykes to watch prisoner ; afterwards saw prisoner in charge of Con stable Sykes; he had then tho ring in his possession j had been watching Haigh's pre mises, because he complained on Peroral occasions about losing small a...

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Lots of Fun in Him [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 23 September 1882

Lots of Fun in Him ~~ One of - fclie members, the of the Methodist! -Conference licld in Detroit 'was out for a walk at an;early hour one morning- and encountered . a strapping- big fellow/ who-..was drawing- 'a "wag-gon.to a blacksmith'fl'.ahop. ' .. j. ; .';.Oatoh..hola here . arid' help me down to tho shop with this waggon, and I'll buy tlio jwhisky,'! calieditIio big fellow. ; ' : ^ ,.>. 1 i ,^<I; nevbr ; drink,solemnly...vvepli«a\ the goou man.' " :'J- '* . i "v." Well,-you can take a cigar."H[ i ,'V'V I neyer smoke." , ' , j The man dropped the wag-g-on tongue, looked hard at the member, ana asked : j 7!"'Dontjyo,u;pUewi[?" ,<0 p.;;11 art amir? i ' " No, sir," was the''decided reply. j :«i,/ j«Y"ou must get mighty lonesome,mused, tho'teamster. ? " '.":v.: ! " I guess I'm all right; I leel first rate. ] " I'll bet you even- that I oaft lay you on your back," said the teamster. .. j " I nevor bet," said tho clergyman. . : - " Oome, now, lot's warm up a l...

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Nuggets and Dust. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 23 September 1882

Nuggets and Dust. BT FOSBICKBR. I am given to undorstand that several meters of tho Ponrith Bench of Magistrates have announced their intention of withdraw ing their support from the Nepean Tivm. Well, as the support hitherto accovdod by these gentlemen has been almost inappreci able, I daresay the Nepean Times will endeavor to struggle along without them. It is satisfactory to find that the IOCHI justices ore not so pachydermatous as to he insensible to'tho shafts of honest criticism ; and they may rest assured that-with their support er without it-the Nepean ^ Times will continue to watch ovor tho administra tion of local justice with jthe fmost jealous scrutiny. Penrith Magistrates may sny -" We: are Sir Oracles and when wo open our lips let no dog bark " but they will find the Nepean Times will go on barking-and biting too, on occasion-whenever it is con sidered necessary in the publio interest . ? # The other day I announced Peter Camp bell's marriage 5 and now it is with extre...

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A City under ground. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 23 September 1882

A,City ua&er ground FOB the . past'six months the ivork of digging the canal to connect EakiesEustis and Dora, in .oijder. to open up thW more^southern' lakes of the " Great Lake itpgionofFlorida.';,ho8. been prosecuted. ' The fecondcutting_of'the canal , was finished Jass, week, under the superrisioni bf &Ir. T. .Hi Sprott, who has boon'from £he jcpnapencemcnt ono of the foremen ,!on Hhe Avork.; At the outlet of, Lake Dora'the sani' liatf'had' already- b.een cut1 to the djepthof'; nearly or "quiteV there 'feet on tlie preYibiisdigging, and' was 'down about' two' feetideeper ilflst week';' 'Alt1 ia distance' of over four1 feet'ibelbw' tlief'old .level1 of Lake Dora a'mound was discovered. The first excavations revealed the' existence .of a clearly defined; wall lyinf* in a lilie tending--towards the; soutli-.west from jwhere it warBtruck; i-This :w*all; was cbmpbsed of dark brown.'sandstone,',-veryjmuch crumbldd in places,[but more' distinct, more clearly .defined^Ja...

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