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Sunday Luggage Trains. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 23 September 1882

Sunday Luggage Trains. The following letter appeared,'in tho Herald of Wednesday :- Sin,-May I inform you and your numerous readers of the fact that a large number of lnggago trains liavo ran on the last three Sundays between Penrith and Dubbo, or between Homobush and Dubbo, than wore ever known to have run before, eron on working days. Many of the inhabitants of Penritk are surprise dand indignant at the Government for thus increasing the trains, just after they have signed petitions to hare them dis continued or lessened. From 40 to 60 men have been at work nearly all day during these thr.ee Sundays in connection with the llailway at Penrith through the running of these trains. Not only were there cattle and sheep trucks, but coal and wood, and loading in general. At all hours of these three Sundays have these noisy trains gone screeching and snorting through our usually quiet town. I hare more than once heard tne opinion expressed that tho Government runs thejj extra trains for t...

Publication Title: Nepean Times
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Youthful Abductor. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 23 September 1882

" ;. -i ' YOtttiful" AMttotor.r /I ;.; .^,yAt .,tlie Geritral(fCriminai Court ; on Juno 27 (tho London Daily News' reports), bo forfl .tho~-Recordoi,,"i'Frank Norri8;"23;"cl6rk,' 'was indicted-for misdemeanour , in having! ?'unlawfully talien Elizabeth Stewart1'under lie years of -age, from:; the custody'of hor. "parents, without their consent or knowledge .Mt'.-Bosloyprosecutedj-and-aMr.Googhugan appeared for the defendant.. The .learned counsel for ;the' prosecution' 'having < briefly opened.the oasp,;Elizabeth Stewart,; the. girl' named in the indictment, wlio was of very prppossossing appearance, wascalled and ex-^ dniined.i \Slie said ; .J Jived'with my father* and mother in Warner's road, Cumuerwoll, in May last and on the 13th of that month. I met the prisoner in the Camberwoll' ro'ad^1 and ho spoke to me , and we had a conversa tion,togetheiy'nnd'I;'^ ^appointment: ?' ThoA ifirsY" appointment "'"lie' made he ,did not-come, and I met him aftcr : wKr&sll)y'a...

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Parliamentary Pickings. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 23 September 1882

Parliamentary Piokingg. THE sitting on Friday -was a short one, l>ut a good deal of business wot transacted never thelrss. Mr. Abbott's " Limitatioijof Oaths Bill'' was read a second time nnd passed into Committee. As I linve before explained, tVis Act will make the taking1 of an oath or affirmation optional with witnesses in our law courts, nnd so do aw*y with a great deal of that irreverence which is at proBcnt so marked in connection with swearing witnesses. The debate was chiefly remark able for a passage of arms betweon Mr. D. O'Connor and Mr Copoland, who although they both sit on the same side of the House, do not exactly regard each other with the love of a Snul and Jonathan. Mr. Abbott, who is evidently bent upon hard work during tho session, then carried a motion affirming the desirabilty of intro ducing a Bi'l to deal with the prickly pear nuisance, which the honorable member described as " only second in importance to the Land Act." Mr. Farnell carried his motion for ...

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The Railway Officials and Stock Trucking. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 23 September 1882

Tho Railway Officials and Stock Tracking. A5ne\V order lias boon promulgated1 by the Railw.ay'laublioritios,: which liaal given con-, siderable offence to stock agents and others interested iii> the i trucking of sheep and cattle. Hitherto;,'it has fljeon the custom to allo\y, the-trueki&gi book, in which orders arc boqked fpr:i trucks, td be jnsp'ected/j and this has bqpri.fqund to be a mutual aHvintage to th« ' agents ,a£id.Vthe railway Department ; The other :day/;some agbnts,; as usiml, re-., quire^j to; iooK ati the book, but ;ivero in formed tliat,orders were issued by Mr. i lVV'. y. Read,.|;ho Traffic Manager, that .no per-; son was to'bo allo^isdjin--future, to. see it.; The .^isdo.m of such a usage is very.doubtful,, and are;mclined tathiitk ; that; if tlie/in al ter is brought, before Parliament, Mr ..Read will bo comp'eUed to withdraw his , order. There is no reason ,why,, any secrecy should bo observed.' Tlio...bQok is the property of the public,, and ;iit , s...

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The Cricketing Season. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 23 September 1882

Th,a Cricketing Soason. WE shall be happy to insert cricket fixtures and reports of local matches when authen ticated by the "Secretaries of the Clubs m g'ng'Cil. Communications of this kind should reach us not later than Wednesday morning.

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

«<;i'.!..! !?-> v..::.;t:U".«l> .!''?.. ""!' '"'fl/l *."'"[ V ? .''KOJft .:~>i!j!)n'. .ril inii?/)? .! ; sd£-£J*-r«w (1 -;? Eublis^ed every'-jjSafcurday 'Mottling.; '.;!> and ::tolograins j!? >Hl\umburond11extaifctt*1 '-frort' .Ai'ioricai).'journals .special, cqrrosponclanco aiicl j ;j ;tliy,}atcat Sydney, ,CommerciaKno\y8. 1 ' veiled..v.' «BPEA».^iiga O'FftCC YBf.i-.'i'iT r.v 7J,&igiistrooti!'Pem'itli'.,!!': ':T !. ^ ? ". j ;-iif if 1 f r -j-iirp t 'l4> ,1. ".V"i .iti i.-'i .11. Ml; f um .. #peeial!,AJ6bbii^ <>..!* M T'MJ^iL^nUr;i'" .* t *. i.. . ..M u .... JlJ tgittlUliiWO; tVVy.j viilliuvt uuv iiv ivnd.diapfttchai"->t> ?. . , -- .:,"ti"A.,Y1",,A iflli'l 'Mm Itiair j« m'ML, kind&irof yt'IlOTJUGB;'nhvays! \ bin ndJm-.i *,*? .. tfjiI> liiind.ia^- \ ; " i" | H*;.ptrrrr r. yd! ^«Nni'.r,r: a }<;i J'l if i.;.^S'feii-^trcet^p«vith,.R ..Jj, |VS VOppbsifc^Mh Dpn'fc's Butcboryj/y I "'. ak-low6.«t''pp!jsible 'pric...

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The Aepean Times, Published every Saturday Morning. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 23 [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 23 September 1882

, ®xm0, ,x >, j j {".' jjPubiished every Saturday Morning, i. .' ? SATUIIDAY, SEPTEMBER 23 The first clause of a petition recently presented to; Parliament by the Moderator of tho Presbyterian Church in Now South "Wales was couched ..in the following terms:-. " That believing the Sabbath to be a day divinely appointed on which for man to rest from ordinary labour and specially-attend to his spiritual needs by the public worship of God and otherwise, the petitioners regard it'as equally binding upon nations, communities, arid individuals to. observe and promote the observance; of the day as one, sacred to rest; ; and divine worship." "With all respect for tho reverend gentlemen who are responsible for the. wording of this petition,! we would submit that, they start from premises, which are altogether untenable. That the Jewish Sabbath was _ Authoritively "set apart for rest will be readily itckhowledged by' all wlio belieye in the Divine origin of, the Holy Scriptures; but tliero ...

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Religious Announcements. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 23 September 1882

Religious Announcements. Wj; slmll be glad, at any time, to insfrfc ?\vitliouo cliarga, leligious announcements when forwarded to us by local clergymen j but vrecan take no notice of communications reci-ivcd from itinerant and eelf-conatitu'ed " missionaries." ' -

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The word "Teetotal." [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 23 September 1882

The "word'! Teototftl-'^ 'li;' Y MANY oxplanations liavo'beoii' gireh ,to the word "teetotal," but the following- is 'the correct one: Among"' the early converts Vas Bichard Turner, a' haWker, '6jF, 'fish,' ''wbiose speech was fluent and not refilled. Richard would coin : words'to exprGse liis meaning when others failed. About twelve months after the above-mentioned pledge was signed, and while tho controversy with those who only abstained, from upirits was still warm, Richard delivored a fervid speech, ill!which he spoke against nny: half-measures, nnd deolnred that nothing but the " te-te-totnl" would do. Mr. Livesey, who was present at once exclaimed " That shall ho the name/' The meeting' chcorpd,| and from that timo the word " teetotal Wns everywhere applied to entire as contrasted with partial abstinenco. The author of tho narno wns a staunch advocnto of tliq cause, for ninny years, and at his death'lie was" followed to the grave by hundreds of teetotaler#, tho streets being, ...

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Lovers Twain and Maiden one. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 23 September 1882

Lovers Tvr&in and Maiden on©. ' " Js it not beautiful, sweetheart 1" 1 ( As1; Lilian It'Guire spoke these -words she looked into:. Rupert Hechering'ton's face 'witlrher*starry' eyes, and a* tho'liglit of jlier holy lore shot" fortli within their (dusky depths,rdw? felt instinctively.; that, elio was goings to stand <hiin up . for -some ' ico-creani, .But'conqu«!:injo;:tlio ^sombre: reflections-thai' 'jthjLs';J glrditly: [opllod^ iip, < t)?o rig jmaii;piape<l;jii's^armaround. r'l#ilHa'u*s - vraikt to^'prevent h«r . red; sash'from t being ;;sun 1 sir'ilck;!antl'|waited' in' 'the tense agony" of .;a Biwpi&iofy^ ' ' f.'iJDjp you i|imk:'^'48lbveI^..jiarliiig^'?/*-i^ r (.tf Wbati?" asked'Rupertj with an ingenious, ,'Owl' Club ekpressibni on the1 perfect ieatiir^s Jof lii-^West sidb'frciv;,!..; *'. i" ^hy,,the .morning,', tp.'rlje ^pure',','!, replied ?.the gir), a stinnyy.! six-button'sinilei playing Ugbtly';aronnd)hor; lips) aa^if afraid i...

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

Clearance Sale Drafter Grocer, AND , Commission Agent, High ami Woodriif Stroots,< PENRITH * 1 B.lSQS:'to inform :tho residents of. Ponritli' ; . .-and-surrounding districts} tl'ftt .lie in tends .holding - a elearaneb Isrile of Winter Goods tor i ; ? [:i Couunoncing' ou SATURDAY, in' order to malco room for , ; (B'eiitltoducfcio'n;in " spe CICJlI), col/ji'S, rcl usual price, Is 3/ , |irst-cjass qualit/ ,!)d Ladies' Lad ids', fW Oolln'i Frclch T'fcifls, Od ]pv Willieys/ektra wiilc, _ . Ojnli'o Stripes,: fhylt-clJss quali ty,10d, usmi : li'ricb/ls^dy- l'' ' '. ' : Bicglii; 6s per dvesq qf'-12 yards, splendid ; laliic Molulr Lustres and Alpatk'a "(lit.to, all,priced BJaulc-French'Meijinos ^ - .. . .. Black Silk .Grenadine, Oct usual pi'ico,Is 0 d. Largo stoelc' ol'^nwi'oiderios'at . . ' .siftrtling,ljr^^V'jl??»cp8.;' 'Also ; : Luces'bf"every doscrip- ' ( ?. ,"'i"i " .Trimming,..'.',/' Throat, variety.. ? . 'Straw HatsJrom3d,each. ;[". '"."J . '? Overcoats, (SrcJ^ ' ; ;:'1 '...

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

*a i>g:'T a WANTED tis a nuiaw young-gir], 15 oK (lyoavsioffojlj/^.pply MRS. E, SQUIRES , Wepew/Brouse, Puiiritli.115 WANTED, Board and Jlcaidqtic^Bfuvo' young I dips, wAj*Jy Viiyf minuted' walk ofiboPuty otohonlf jKfdfc/JX, Y, Z.', Post Oifibe, Pet rilli. L/ 114 Go . tp | Sykifl' . i/# , . Furnitoro, Bedjiij tbaji over. New/Ps month! ., 3 toft ion Street! for £CK^&C. .Obeaper /iae/>(Jpon iu; ;«' FOR S ai r:,'in goq ,Konil\rbrth, [EW Faith* | . rooms, 80 feet f'rqpta Terms, Applyl Street. rlloodeij Lp?'j ito, 3cia\»le [IRE, 92 Bri/lc Cuttugo ft i/w-y/ Station,: l&ul invefctmnnt. Torrous' O0LLESS,; Hiffh' ' 111 Suil&era. TEl^^RSpMil be reeeprfHiy me :up , till/MwNDAY^lu 2Dtlj/imtant, for building/ Two HoiAg/ Jh /Hitrb Streeti Penrith/ Plan* rind SpeofifitiJkfoV?! to be soon :oh application to Mil. LQUIS .JUDGES, Rank Storos, Hijrli Street. : . ; ; . ROBERT STUART, ; BepUmber Hih, 1882. '100 j^JAY be obtainod at the office of the Nepcan Times. CUMBERLAND ...

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CHAPTER 111. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 23 September 1882

? . - ^''\'GHA3PTB«"li-l.. ""'".Jj . DAiBUTZjif about tho most pop,uInr; -idol in Japan, and is yisitetl at difforant tiipQa duri in® the year by large numbers ofpilgrims'. While our {friends wer'p inaipootingi Daibufzi several of tlxeso devotees arrived.-. jSo«ie of them had .travelled many hundreds of miles on;foot, subsisting oii charity by th,e tray (he is' iiidood considered a hard-hearted Japanese ?who turns his hack .on a poor pilgrim), land how, at their jourrifcy's ond' the Big-lit of the great idol' seemed to be ampto recompense for all' the'hardships andffttiguo they had undergone,; They,were,,dressed In whitef or rather in what had been white at the start, for it is,laid down that in these pilgri mages the.,same drets must be worn tli^ whole way-and they word enormous/hats pf wi(^o,rwork, while in 'their hands they !'carried stout pilgrim staves! ., Meredith and Ash ton, who were the two best' Japanese scholars of the party, entered into conversa tion with a few of the p...

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A Race For A Life. CHAPTER I. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 23 September 1882

.!pRaccJ For A "Life. t~-f If I: ) ^ill^^UNTEN^y .JEJUISON. CHAPTER I. "? Tun hampers containing the luncheon,^which liad been sent on early in the morning, were speedily unpacked, and with the "«Tsi(5t"anc6' ot' tbe|,tw£pgopd-naturedv smiling' -little moosmcs,.tli'o ' hosts daughters, the contents wore seroufc oriilTtabje; ll'lio- morning's , rido had ft-iven alC-a-Miariy appetite,--and as AMiton, who had the management of the commissariat, had provided a.'tempting'; spread, thore was no time lost, you may be sure, in attacking.the viands. During; thev repast Doctor. O'Flanagan, orer ids victory, was in great spirits like many another parson, the doctor had one p"t story, which, wlien cvor elated, he invariably brought out. : It ..was som thing to this effect : Onoo on board a-s^iling aliip the doctor was in medi cal chavgfjOt^ii'Stnall, draft. A fever broke out, and every one of the combatant .officers .^eeam^serjouslyill.y In this juncture Doctor ' O'JFlftnQ^ait' assumed'liilitar...

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Police Charges [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 23 September 1882

Police Charges " Witt Honeycomb " of the Duhbo Dispatch writes ns follows :?-" It was poy-d>iy on tho railway lino on Saturday last, and on. Mon day morning the attendance at the Police Court was somewhat b#tter than usual. About ?'a'>'--doz?ri';-:%ere:-'- placed before the J3eneh,| olift-getl with sundry and divers offences. Oneman bad iis many as five charges to reply to./ 11 o commenced with using "profane .{anguage." nnd ended with tearing ar con slifbles. trousers. He was adjudged to; pay in fiiies, ,«£c. The nmjority, how eye r,, Vjbre chargcd ^ithV.being drunk, and disorderly, arid .as they ,hW all moneys the gaoleo'"was kept as busy as a revenue cbllcctor , for about half-an-hour. One,thing about tiles® cases , struck me ns rather " let ting too'fine a point on it." A man was ;charged 'with being drunk and disorderly. !He pleaded guilty and was fined the usual 10s or 24 hours. As ho was 'about to leave, lie was stopped by another case against the defendant, your Worshi...

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

Skimmings Tho Australians lo?t the match n»*iuHfc tin United North of England at Manchester by 10 wickets. , In an International race rowed on the Thames England beat Amerioa, Sir Henry Partes' health greatly improv ing: An insolvent admitted the other day in court that he had gone to Bandwick Unices tfiih £400 and comeback with £7 10s. , Bismarck the man of " blood and iron '' is' seriously ill. v."\ ^ Dr. Pusey the .leader, of' the Anglican Ritualists is dead, ago 82. Dan O'Connor, ono of the most genial and best hearted'of our Parliamentary repre sentatives visited Sir H«niry Parkes on Sun day. Mr. O'Connor forgets private animo»i I ties in ihe presence of sickness. . 7,."' , Sir Garnet Wolseleys' victory over Arahi' at Tel-el-kebir complete and decisive. Tho question to bo considered: is .what, to do with Arabi now that they, have got him. >'?, ?? .. An old Gympie minor named iLottlmm suicided by exploding a charge of djnnmite in his mouth, , . '/ ^ Fat cattle aro coming' to;...

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

Mayfield Bros., WATCHMAKERS & JEWELLERS, , EKHSW' . CALL tlio attention of intending puroliftsora to the ' "r_....; New Improved Lock-stitch Sewing ,, Machine,. : . which is without exception tlio beat machine io the present age. . ' No more broaking threads. No moro breaking needles. . No moro winding cotton by hand. I No moro alteration of tension. I No more noiso while working. I No moro trouble for learners. " 3&eS/>. As Practical Men, Recommend this machine above all othors as being the most simple in construction, tlio lenst complicated, and tlio boat finished, and uliall bo pleased to wait on intending purchasers within 20 miles, without extra charge, deliver machines and give as many lessons as required. Machines of all Makers kept on hand, Just to hand, a stock of Now " ? Davis', Howe, Wheeler and Wilson, Wilcox, and Gibbs, Home'Shuttle, Thomas, Wun zer, and other makers, But the." UNIVERSAL "^challenges all., . The, "Universal" with lock up cover, new au...

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Fire at the Garden Palace. Latest Telegrams. SYDNEYm 4 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 23 September 1882

Fire at the Garden Palace Latest Telegrams. > SYDNEXV4 p.m. . Thk conflagration at the Garden Palace broko out aoovit a quarter ? to six.," The fliunes 'issued dimiiltanoously.frotu several, partsof the building. , , : r-.. The whole of the structure /was", level.cd 'to"the ground,in about nii;jhou$£'time.,', . : Thescenei watf "ftexinl>lot-riioiftipps the iron coating1 of the'domi»Mana bthe'tv pai'ts .of tlib building1 were carried as fur as , .Woploo-* niooloo, Bay." Cinders 'were cpme^;aev^l! miles into tho'suburbs. »?' . The heat \vasteriflie,'' .private, houses in Miicqutme'S'trbet'b/ing,'Hinged.,'! , r j *.p '*'Tlio'wind btotyiiijr in ni ''westerly. diirection' undoubtedly, savecl thfl hulf^of^Macyiwrio Street frpm. being razed, tojtl^e , ground., ) The rpnr of the flame*,(-the,'fall of tlio dome nridi other parts of 'tlio ''Building could' bo hcavd-iprmilps aroiindV, ,irr .r| Th o'fire engines were p?r feobly use1 ess, thb( Piilaco beih<r burned down ( before...

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Diet of the Japanese. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 23 September 1882

, Diet oft ho Japanese FEW natives, except officers in the capital, sailors and soldiers eat boef.' Mutton and £orlc beyond the treaty ports are hardly yet nown. About two hundred varieties fish are sold every day. The food of masses is" ninety per cent, vegetable" A list of food-plants in use not including sea-plants, has been pre? Eared, with their analysis, by Professor Idward Kinch, of tbe Tokio University. A largo number of these substances are unkown, or at least unused, in the United. States. Of rice, which occupies in its culture one-half of cultivated ground, there, are two hundred' and! fifty varieties of seed in the hardlyvet known in thrpopwar diet, the old LatinrPortuguese word ipein being, however, in use. The soybean, which in chemical com-, position cl' sly approaches animal . fibre, is ? extensively cultivated. ?-! Probably no countiy excels Japan in tho variety of idg«minou« plants raised for fpod. Of.tubejrs and root*, ttib sweat potato is the most popular, though...

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

/Miscellaneous.. . Concerning the ..Rev. Arthur Graves,; the Goelong Advertiser says:-Mr. Graves w s for. six.months in charge of the, Church1 of England nt> Elmore,,- but -his' conduct was psuoh.tfiat Archdeacon Tuckor was compelled /to 'get rid of him.- The rev. gentleman, loft the, Elmore people mourning hi0.1oss, his' debts' aV' that place' being, about £200.' From all accounts Mr. Graves lived a merry' life,'and.the, wonder' is;he ; was'allowed-, to offioiatontEliTioro for,so loiig a'period.: . A Farewell 'man,' .rinniecl Henry''Burtori, has been at work for fifteen, jonrs on a scheme for improving the eyesight, and, hopos to got his invitation completed and patented soon. It is (in his mind at least) a sure thingv and; by elebtriciy, a combination of bright colours,1 etc,, ho expects to improve the sight of all humanity and make-a fortune. ' .. - i ; ' . According ;tb 'tli'e..1 -ManoheafvU- .?Sjpoiihig1 C/ironicle of 17th 1 July; on 5 tlie previous * Tuesday evening Mr Ti S...

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