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

rnnv tlui Celebrated ('atitlemaiiia Ale and l'oncr .A";' fo? Sfilc at'Prinpipal Hotels. 1215 EOHT.-r-An k:nonc*U Axe between Lennox*# aridyieJhiinpV. J^Gd. reward if loft at Bar low's or Joyce's 127 WANTED, a General Servant; nl-io^.n Nurse Girl. Apply Mrs. liltOWN, The Pareoimgo, Penrith. ^ IVJNJ4 {SKIt'SrJ.0JC:;-will| 1 fftfiibicidi{t*tJ»o Temper nnce Hall TQAIOllItpW fAETEItNOON nt Bio'clock, niidtevoryJaltqhiateTSMnclaj'; following by ^vTltUTH^ ? 12i> *7V OTIOK.-7\»y person or poisons found trcs ,L t passing, or pulling down fences on .Stanton's Farm, known as Hughes', will bo, prosecuted' to the full extent of the taw. . , ii8«>;y- IfvK ® -- - ?\%TANTJO1) 1 nlmc.liii'tV'ly.-Gena^i*"8efvnnt. -VY-- Protestanfr-^Goo lnvnge^-'Apfilj'^ M11S. G. B. DIB11S, 125 Kmu Plains. i - ' ---; , '-- ?' 'T) OYAL Black Preceptor/, No,-472, Penrith, JLV Meets ill Temperance Hall, on Wednesday, .Itli Oetobersht.T.iJO.p.ni,'islmrp. f. - > r'i > H ' f ft A FhBKLL, 1UV.M. I2&J il ?...

Publication Title: Nepean Times
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The Spring Fashions. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 30 September 1882

The Spring Fashions. THE .following -oiarkp: r-n tho ^bprinj* lashions, for which w ni'6 indebtod o contemporary, the Jfederal \Atutralinnt-\r\\\' bo of interest to our lady readers :-Tlio leading1 drapoiy firms in this city scorn to bo trying..to-outvie .each other in the adornment;,: .ofe tjieir ^windows,,. ;;.Thcr<| ,-ia really tt^'ond'erful jniiount otVifdstH'-of^tt oxliibited.in tlio dressing of «? jiqd-iiwy and ; nfc no timoT $tri% ;,the year is there jinpre scope |oi^^rtistio|display than 'beginning"' offspring. The "very " first glimpse of. tlio light costumes and gay.j ribbons is very attractive after the ho*vy velvols, p'uslies, f'ui'8,&c.,jwhich hayo held ^fmoniopolyj during, the/,Trintor.; Th?re>.nv<v man^noi-eltiosl ijpjhe;ipri' g andf^mnipfc; .goods. Tlio liats m-o almost all of new shapes, and the only familiitr bonnet is tlio 'Princess, which has been' a favor-jto for so^ long. .Tliere is a greater change, too, in the' 1 style of dres...

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

r 0 Gcnernl J.'ost Oflicei1 Sydney, 0th September.1882. nSiSNpER for the conveyance of .Minis, 1'r.r! -lor«1' or 3 yenrs from the -1 stOJamuii*}1 nc»xt. to.and f»;om ' , Ilhilwa^ jthtioii, nud Jpst CJffice^^iuTamnttn/ 'four timW'oroftenor dai1 v.r' Xtiiilway. Station unci Post Office, Windsor, ; four times a dav,w-^ ^ ; ack ^iUo jlieacli; nritfi Lower, ;Portlpnd, ., three ^^time^ftLSveelcy :y'-! ~%T ". ^ Lower Portland and Central Colo, onco: n - - week;- , 'Wjtewnau'.s Kerry anil.. Lo\yer.,Httwj:esLiiry, Tonce a,week. - 6 \ ^ >- ?- ""1 Kubajdjig'Md Colo7 tWice a weelr.V Kurra'jong: and Kurrnjong Heights, six . v; times a-week. - Penrith and Castlereagh, six times a week. Penrith i Post ,0Hice and; ltailwiiy ,;Statioii,t Penrith, three f.inies or oftencr daily." Railway. Station, South Crack, and Po^t Office, St. Mary's, eighteen times a week. -Railway Stalion and Post Office, Mount Victoria, twice or oftencr daily ; and to and from Railway Station, Mount Victoria, and Post Offic...

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A Race For A Life. CHAPTER III. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 30 September 1882

A ItaccrFpr ,A.Xi(c. ri. J»T- II. MOUXTKNKY JE]>:h.SO>t.' . CHAPTER III. " A CO.VSI DEmUSLTJUunC was< spoilt'? by our; party in exploring-and sketching the sacred precincts, and afterwards reclining undor tho shady groves. A rnovc homewards was then determined upon, and it was decided tbut the return journey, for the sale# of a change, should be through Fugisawa, about four miles from Dailmlz, also cclabnited for its temples. Outside tho gateway they found their ponies in chavgo of the ubiquitous bctloes, and they wt.ru speedily oiico more in; the saddle. They had not ridden more than about a mile when the path branched oft' in two directions, and a discussion took place as to which was the right one to follow. .Doctor O'Flanagan stoutly maintained that they turn to the left, while tho remainder of tho party n» stoutly contended -..that they go to the right. " Como, doctor, give in," said Meredith, .'you're, what they call a small minority-" Now Meredith did not...

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Our Police Court. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER, 25. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 30 September 1882

'Our Police Court. Hond'av,'-Septembbu,.' 25, . Before J. K. Glopvp, J.P. . Mary Ann War pleaded guilty to a charge of ilnuikcnnoes di Springwood nnd was lined Cs 'oi'^S/i hours in.tbo lockup.. ' Jiujios Clifford lor being' drunk in High .SU'pet, 'was fined 2s 6 , or 24 hours in the Jock'lip. ! TUESDAY. BofbrO";Di\!Bond; and J. D.'Sirgle, J.s'P '? ,JR;cliar.d,,.Scholeg was:,ordered to pay tho 'nihdunt of #'12 Is with costs, as. assessment ;to Windsor Board of Pastures rind Stiiok. M. T^eatson, .'0, Willis; i ' W. Wobb, . 0. Worboys, J. Auslmrn, and Jl, Andrews, wore fined for permitting1 erittlo to stray in tlio streets. i' ' ; . ' ! ..Obai'los En'loyfo'r.ifi$ng;' fu'rio^isly loto*. thc> ^pjit$ra ' Iforifl w^8;flnedA'6s;',wi^;i^. fld c'osls. ' J James Wndo for;, using; pbscona , language. Was fined 20s withjs^oost&.indbfaulttfcditys. pfi it

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American progress in Railroad Building. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 30 September 1882

Ameilii an1, Progress; LAST year was a niosUremurkablo, one! in ^bxtent^flf/railrtMul/'OonsimeHdh^vAcdording: to Paofla Manual tlie iiumb'^r of'tnilb'S' 'ij'iiilt exceeded nine thousand /lh;6fiCHurfdkc], vrliicli is ; the. . greatest; mileage .'jyp,^eac|K|^-.in nny ye«r in''the History, of raiiroa'd'luiijcling'.in; ithis country. in any previous year was in 1871, wlven seron thou BandandtHi'ebhundVertliiilesNve^e^onstrucJteil or two thousand iess than*we're'built in 1881. During'- the year .;^J88l^-the!r''--.iiumber. ofiWiJes'gof.Vrailroadii -in- -pperafcibh'''iii- ;'tli|, country wiis increased1 by';s6iii§tUing. over eleven thousand, bringing' the total at tlio' end of tho jfoar up. to'nbout "ta "hundred and fivft .tiiousaud.^iTlVe'mat^iro.uSVextcnsiftiiiol' railways >jn..tho TJniJed, -Sta1 esV,in|-pqeni years 'i's ^hown'by bhowfacfC'ihkfc tlio'ag«re ffftte mileage lms .bodii'! doubled sirico 1870. The rapid progress of last joar js stiT kept up. Duringwtho^firsii^sik^&l...

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Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 30 September 1882

Cricket. A CRICKET match between an eleven of Emu. Plains, and fifteen of Castlereagh was played at Emu on'Saturday. There was a fair at tendance of spectators, but owing to the long drought the wickets wore very hard. The result was an easy win for the Emus, but considerieg that they had tlio redoubtable Evans among their .rnnk,F tMs'Vrds fiot" to* be wondered nt. The following were the scores : EMU.-FIRST \ INNINGS. vE. 35vans, iiotout' ... ... ... 36 J".--Player, B Williams ... , ... 2 W.'JPLAYERJ b Purcrll . . ... 14 ? W. Martin, H Purcoll " ... 0 A. Jones, b Williams 1 . A. Evans, B Williams ... ... 7 J. King, bPurcell ,. ... ... . 0 ;A. Evans, b Williams * ;.. . ... 9 0. Peisley, b Williams , ... 0 J* Thurston, B Purcoll 0 T. M'Olcaro, b, Purcoll ? 0 } BYCSH ... .. ... 10 ^ Tolal ... * ... .80 "CASTLEUBAGII -FJRSP INNINGS W. Williams, b E. 'Evans 3 C. Adams, bE. Evans ... , .... 0 G. Evans, b E..Evans ... - ... 0 Reece, C ,and b E. Evans ? 3 G. Kay, b W. Player .... - 0 01flrk...

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Insects on the Surface of Oranges. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 30 September 1882

I - Insoots on tko Surfaoo of Oranges WHEN a1 dish of oranges is i-cc'n oii IW t-rfblo for desert the faot is hardly' realised'that iii all probability'their suria c is the habitat'ol' «n insect of the cosua family.1 ' This tiny ;crea tiiro is found on the orange-skin in every stage of trrtnflforraatii'ii/^from tho\%g to the porfeot insect, (luring- t!io,wii)tor .mouthy,{in stead-of remaining dormant "iii; tli»" cold weather as is1 tlio'caso witli most of the insoct tribe, m Ittwould/be hardly possiblo lto fihda St. Michael's or i Tangerine orange' that lyitl notdiundrods of these little: creatures in vari onsistages of development om their i surfuce.1. Lemons, too, arc frequently covered; TJp'oh in'speotion, the skill of nn orange will .bo fouud to bo dotted over with brownish soi-Jot ; spots pf^rioWiMZ(»r{'Tl|*(|sd^ spec ks'cjjn "bo 0081Ijr* ri-mbv^d®\vi tlWa^nee'd le ; Vand. vwhon placed under a- microscope j an interesting scene is p r e s en tl . d,'conmsti 11 g- 01' 0 larg'o n...

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Nuggets and Dust. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 30 September 1882

{ v;(: r j, iN liggct's ^ and' D ust. ' DT FOSSIOICER. ONE of tiio stupidest things, perhaps, that a man, ; who has been slated" by anewspapsr can do, is to-broatlio out--after the' manner of : St. i: Paul in, his unregenerate days " threatenings and daughter" against tho editor. To;: begin with,, bruto force is h'o match for literary sarcasm,; under any circurastanoos, and even ifj the former is re sorted to, it not frequently happens that the aggrieved one- finds', himself m the position of the man who wont out to. got wool and came ,:baok ' Bhorn. . In aiv1:oditoi,'s room in Fleet Street, London; a human skull is nailed up in;a prominent position, undor .which is' writtou the following significant legend : " This was, Smith, who:felt.aggrieved . at. an artiolo written about him,;.'and ;,was rash enough to say so.".. :Thislittle par iswritten ?for tho benefit, as tho lawyers say,-of" all whom it rndy concorn-." f ., - . . <Ti<>:irsr."i(i;j ?:«?>.? V-. v...

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The Right to sleep in Church. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 30 September 1882

The Bight.to sloop ia OhuwiA A CASE was rocently dcoided in a Canadian Court which establishes an important point as to the right of church worshippers. The dofondant was a gentleman who rented n pew in a ehurcli, aud.was ncciistomed^to sleep during the sutfinon', and worst than iliat, to sncro. Tho anoripg : was .declared a nuisanco hy tho brcthron and thoy Bought to compel him to give, up1 liis; pew. Ho refused to do' bo, and took his s'and upon tho fundamental'position that hb paid for his pew,' and that it wps his own, and tliat ho could do what he lilted with it. Tho bn tliron brought suit against him, charging him 'with maintaining a nuisanco.:- i'ho court decided If that apow is like U borth in a slooping-car. Th« pcitson who Tiirbs it'ean sloop or fltny awake, and can snore ov not, ns .seeineth pood unto _ -Furthermore as snoring is not an act ot volition, hut is incidental to tlio robxntion of cottain mi'isolds, thoro is 110 inalioo or' preniodiiutcd malovolenee in if.. Con...

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Parliamentary Pickings. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 30 September 1882

:' Parliamentary Piolsinga. In the Assembly on Tuesday night niter Ministers had replied to a niimber of ques tions, Mr. Trickett moved the adjournment ol tlio House to call attention to tlio destruction ot the Garden Palace by fire. In doing so Mr. Triokott severely censured the'Govern ment. foj? their carelessness in stoiing valu able publio documents in so insecure a build ing.,, ; ! The reply by Sir John Bobertson to Mr. iAbbott's remarks was exceedingly flippant, land altogether the attitude assumed by the hon. gentleman was not inaptly described to .that of Nero fiddling over the ruins of Home. Sir John denied that the public officers had ever warned the Government of the dawgur incurred by storing valuable public doou ments in the Garden Palace, and retorted [that private individuals who bad stored their property in the building were .just as negligent as the Government' The Minister for Lands further denied that the. damage 'sustained was nearly as great ns had been represen...

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The Erysipelas Selectors at Colane. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 30 September 1882

The Erysipelas Selectors at' Colane MESSRS. McKay, Collier iinil Tlio'inpspu, .thq Asylum solectoi s,, whose; conditional, .piir, cliasi s on Coinne run were recently forfeited, by the Minister for Lands, give notice in this day's Dispatch that they do not intond to giv'cl''up J>6sfics6i6n, liiid clitirh tlial' their selections wcro not and could not 'be legally forfeited. They oj? their promot^i|a(eyidonily. mei»n niisbhief. The notioes rivb' caoli being- couched in the following-forms' Oaufci oh to Selectors: Tliat my selection of 040 afrcs, or. the east eido of CrookediOre.ek, on the Pentagon Run,, is not forfeited and cannot bo so. I am in iiossession ot,.tho sftine as the owner in loo simplo performing the requirements of the Law, und am pre pared to and will resist any attempt to ejoct or otherwise interfere with nio .as such owner. -Dubbo Dispatch,

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Skimmings. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 30 September 1882

' VT J j ;. ! / ' Skimmings-' " . ,Tho Achanoso defeated by the,Dutch. : / > ,,The dompt, now in the sky; Jiasn been indontified by Mr. Todd C.'M.,G. Postmaster, General of South Australia with that ; of 1843. I i j' ' 1 ' j ') .r.C ';rv'-{.! At,tIiO;recenfc 0 days Jh'cyoIq in,Adelaide Press was tho first with 851 miles tojhis credit.. .. :;>)/.* ,!'i «'.' The. Prince Alfred Hospital opened .on Monday, by His, Excellency. ./ iiii iv-j. ' Damietta has bi en occupied i .by^ th,; British without bloodshed.;?» ? ;/ r/ (iM . ,Lord Tentordsn, . .Permanent j Under) Secretary for Foroign Affairs, is-dead,, aged 48. ???:.. Tho Australians won the -sWest, ,;! of Scotland niatch at Glasgow in one iuning«; Stanley,, tho celebrated ttrav»*l|or,; (uccecded in establishing- trading, stat-ons, in Control Africa. .j.r-.-kb Tho A.S.N. Co. have lost three, steamers in'as. many weeks. , .-/i j All Egyptian officers under tho rank, of Colonel released from arrest.: > The ;resfc will bo tried by...

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The Hepean Times, Published every Saturday Morning. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 30 [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 30 September 1882

Published every Saturday .McTrhingY . SATURDAY, SEPTE run 00 THERE are not -wanting signs that the strongest Government-of which * South "Wales bears an}r record " is fM'ff oria. Or the ten T\imisters wno still remain ±nie to their allegiance ; and among tiiese political .^circles, usuall,y^k^ecl .V^w(W wiformell," it is broadly stated 'that uibt even this loyal Remain unbroken. It is doubtful whether not; already set their seal upon the Prernier.!'5''*we '<>HUve>" 'it <' ujjoii'r Mr.. ..."Wisdom's .own.,authority,thatiliejis very , weary .'/ of-- 'Ms '.long1 term iof. offickf -Ml-.>;-Wats6n finds that the strain""^f{coi\(j licking at once the. too mjich.^gr, him; and'Mr. Syittor the asqparo_peg which may ...be. per mitted-to judge by certain Ttxiftiiktllkbiibl' 'si^tL^,'4' tiIei,day"ii:'iio|/; .far distanli^Vjl;^ ^£. Jp^bp^. ijnay i/©^ .It was ;Sir '!Joliri'f !R6bertsbii} we: believe who' d]ipli6dQheitepithet- of . " Cifclcoo " to Mr.GvH. Reid;...but ...

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

_ ft ,,, ( on(jp..; ; _ i . 1 . :,.' !EOE"THE 3?E10E3LaiI.'i' .' .'"?" i j JUiinu' . / >' 1 i ' i 1 'Published''every'*'Saturday.';Morniiig,/:'v . :r ?»?' 1 rj--- ?{,>!;1 !/:? N":rv *i-f ^yl>fjrlfJ?l.:." ,Y^ONTAl'lirs dl)ftiliiiyinrtiolos ontlio 'promimSnl; ?\'!J I'quoHbuttistofjfhcr'duy?;^tli'olhtoHt-looal news;, suid I'tolegfanis ;>'iilmlnoumi8'YOXtrticta'from .Ai^oi'iciuUDqurnalsiS'ispeciHl; oorrespundonoo igul; the l.itest,Sy'<il"oy Comiuoioialruons, i >, 3 , < HEPSwii'T'iMES^BFkrcil'' .''' ? ° '''Figh-stroo^'-Poiiiithvr . . i,1-1 ! a -?v.ntfWi"''!(;.!'? _i{l)-i'l:?! £K' t I1-., F .1 .--i ? J v OTi&lqjciur (Dmwj ? ... ,.Special 'j Jr'obbiii^/^Department...,:; s' nIHlS'pnipviolovs oi 'thaliYtjKtni''J'i inns': nvoprc 8 pared to oxo'cnto 'printing of' 'oyory1 doscrip:; lion.' Pbstors, business,.cmrds,. "bill-1 ictitls,":^pi*o grannm-iy tfcn.y tnrhod o»t at tho nhortost nulioo . \vitli"neiuiTcss mTd'diSwvtcli. v r*"'?; 'Oliaryos ftB lo^vn...

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Penrith Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 30 September 1882

| r; r^arith-Municipal Oounoit' 1 ;? ;Tino usual fortnightly mcctiiij* oC tlio Coutooil wA? hold [on Thursday- night. Present-i,hdVMityoi,l. Aklei'mon Cross, Uealey, .Tolin i'rico, Smith', James iPrlbe; Paskin,and. Stuart, . i I | MINUTES, ' | | Tim minutes ol tlio- last mcQting were vend and adoplcd, with (v slight verbal amendment, j t; : ^ j ' OOMtliSPOXDEKOK. "\Trom tlio Treasury, staling tliat tho I sum' oE £i)i B(m lOil had been jmid into tho Council's account' at'the bank. j | 'Frrfui tliu-Minister for AVwkn^tatinpf tlmt tho post pflaying oh;., from tlib'ltiver into tho town1' ,would bo about :Cf>30, From ^Ipssrs. XKand -W.. lloberUiou stating (hut they wore:jiriimrqd to:supply-tho.Gou'ne|l<wl tli pipes oE various hfc an all round prico of.JJ7 ID.11. Tho Mayor .stated (hat lie had received a lollop J'rpui ^Ir. Vj'illiamrf asUiji^j-tlio Council to tako,aonip (U01& Iwilh .vofoVeiieo to tlio erection of a' balt'ony1 in !llenry Street, for which ho had boon ...

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 30 September 1882

^ m- next Sunday, -there-will bo no morning service in tlic Pciiritlr Presbyterian Church, Divine wovaliip.wll. be conducted suMuunl - at. 7.. in 'ltlieW6«1iJg'Wh(!U'Mr.-OlouStoif ]rfo]io'sds to tnko~ns: .tlic subject of liis.sernipti '^HiefSpiritdf Liberty.'1 | On .'the niglit otiVluEuly tile 22uu instJMiss Lydia jllasiings^the American Elocutionist. gayp.a most |BUCcc?si:id;e3itei'tnii>ineiit!;j:rttV'thb-Teinportncq .Hall, Penrith. Tlicro wjU Ctpltrably goodhoi\se,and tlio :r epilations, of. this 'taleytccl. lady.worp;<jdyidoiitty 'm&sli '* N6''buc11'/elocutionist a£' "Miss Hastings has been seen on tlib'VUiBtralitin' stn'go fpr. jnmny ye^H^ aridl'iio xjofibtlbbjore she leaves the colonies, l^' ^oiratatioii-will be secondneither toj |tlm£ ofMiss'BeaUe Aiken or.lfr. Walter Montgomery 'the i|;wo.-gieat art^s^^ybo.hayojijrccodcid Jieiv, Miss .illnetifigsUiweivMVVnluabloVft'sf^trtncc -from »"Mrs. Colbbriio .'Fmscr j'nianj^, apd Mr. Keith. Concertina jSoloisty who...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 7 October 1882

/iK- .REMEMBER ... . THE OP Penrith. Park Estate :'-'V ;???', . . IN ? ' . : -OCTOBER, . >v V.'> "> ? .-:.y'sg; > . -; ! f 1 i J ji.'i?;, . I'ii-.'TjvK; V;i ' ' ] , ? _ Splendid, Let ofBuilding Sites witli v>. ^ (;:1':,.'XQ,0];!Feet .'Frontages and Grand Depths. ' ' / - - . . ' . - .... Torrens'Title. . ! Easy-Terms., 105 I ' v.-' ,r. A: r ^ .! V . v "v ?? ??'????? MR. G. G. WALDRON,. of '121 : Pitt St. Sydney, will visit Penrith at the next Sittings . of the' 'District Court,' on 19th? October next. Suitors who desire to retain' 'him' lor those "'sittings .are-' particularly; requested to communicate with, him as soon as possible;,.7? v' ,' ? ' 112 ^ ...Ijcgfal. " V®'? ^V^iinth:,' ati tlienext: Vtonting;s;'of the^PfSni'ithiDisti'iot'dourton tho .19(ill(Jet. uexti; \dSiutors who diasii'o't^ retain,1 'to| ^O'nnuunicKiib^^^ eai-l&os 'possible. . . .j^Sydney,.Office,.^j53. Elizabeth-, St. : ' 110 .V':'."BepWtmoiit"of Mines,' 11 ?H\"! lVJSydney/4'8^ ;;yp,y , PuTjl...

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Murder of Eight Monks. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 7 October 1882

-Mtirdoj? of Eight Monks-; The : Monastery,-,Branz Solo-lias recently ?been. the scofto 'of a truly appaling tragedy. Inhabited by£j? small community of eight monies, -it. proved-'an easy preyjto'a strong; baiid of robbers^ -who. having mftdeltheni'-' .'Volvos- masters of the buttling: wero plunder ing;'its treasures' at their^-ease', whon a' party>of Russian soMiomJVfho f officers' in: command,^ of which h'aa'ij re6eive{l -: "an! anonymous letter disolosingv the' brigands!,* plan; of attack^tmadc)' r theu^iip^araiiop; . at" the ,monastery- . gates, |"imd;, tdeixpidbd' ontranco. To:;-this summons ;. tlie.a*dbb'ors .replied,'by a *iri&k discharge' of; musketry, wiioh , they k6p£ ixp for more'thaii an' hour; -presumablyviuitil /tho ammunition-/Kva/s' exhausted--wiiep, the lire-slaclcdnjngV -tfioy mado a determiijb'd: n,ssauii^upoujtho . place, and broke iivtlip ohiirchwfljpor^'. by(sheer fpico. . Upon ^ntormg thpr,^ticred building they found the moillcs, lying on tho' altar...

Publication Title: Nepean Times
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Race For A Life. CHAPTER III. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 7 October 1882

:H--' ii.'i ./; i??? " Life; * ..-om'iT \)?arf88 Mpu^i,E^EVfaEPir6bN.''t CHAPTER III. " BY all means," said Meredith. " Tho. doctor's back is tromeiidously. u]> with%'e ; but Jio'ija Htt^Uf^UQW on-j|tli9» wholtf, and- fay' too ''good ? to bo-made mincer' mcat*bf, Vliicli' ^belief c" would be his; fate if ho were to encounter tlioso follows. Fo^ard! lcpm©.tal|»|ig^,}r.j../' "y 9?$? .<»' (adawLli^dgOj audi'follO'wed-'Iiy the remainder, of the party, trotted briskly, in the direction he thought would most likely-lead-to an mtercoption'of After^Ueliin^afong^ at'.'a/^teady fiiot for'.a( quarter,6f^ii,h6ms'thoy reichM'tho suufmif of a hill where a fair yiow of-rthe surround ing country could boiobt&ined. ''Serei the party halted, and s.caimed the landscape in ?.\. 'search--of';.the libtl'e, docitpr ,?: hut .nothing,6i 1 tmTaimmuiiVo officer "could'jjo detected with' the naked eyo. Meredith,^io^eyoiycarried ?a pair of field-glasses slung over life sliouldei:, and ...

Publication Title: Nepean Times
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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