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

WANTED,ri"Rospectnblo Boy, able to milk; can attend the Public School. Apply to REV; G. If. ALLNUTT, 113 Mulgon. WANTED, Billot Wood Cutters ; plenty green nnd dry timber. Good price, WILLIAM FLEMING, South Creek. . 13} "^^"ANTED twenty apprentices to Dressmaking,. GEORGE NASII. 11(5 Penrith WANTED to oxclinngc, a comfortable Carriage, carrics six persons, for a light buggy. W. WJiBK, Auctioneer, &c., 135 renrith, WANTED, Good Teamster; none but steady men need apply. - WM, FLEMING, 137 . ? ' ? ? ' . ? ? South Crook. w 'ILL have good bread now. ' McDonald's arrived, 145 LOST, a Shield Shaped Locket, botweon Linden and Railway Station, Penrith. Howard at this Office or at Railway Station. HI w ILL have good bread now. McDonald's arrived. 1-15 A MILCH COW, for Salo, with calf at sido Apply Mil. G. A. SINGLE, Castlcrcagh Street, Penrith. 1-17 TRY tho Celebrated Castlomnin# Ale nnd Porter . for Solo at Principal Hotels. 128 NOriCE.-Any parson or poisons found tres passing, or pu...

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A Bully Old Time. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 7 October 1882

/I w i a Bully Old Tijme. (TfiB*.:l?att«a;lj!slly?61d jAmdiat! tlio West End recently (says the Boston Post). Mr. Mon key's boy toolc tlio family cat, and; rubbed jilipsphqrus Call .ovei^ bini./. It ;'^yas about nigliwailAvlien lie completed'his job and let, ^e- cdt £jo. ;r Tfie!lidodbbrbegan right' away.' ?at go^ intoii\a; ibarael and began to yowl, and that attracted the attention of a bulldog, and he -came along and . danced .about auU-Jjai'lie^, anil' got terribly excited. 1 ItV-iyaf}; a>cas6: <5f ^dog^n-the light, cat in sbaddeiv^ddg'^^^ ?!cat growing madder." Pretty soon the dog upset the barrel, and wont in after the cat. | But it iw&s^'Bifrprisd -party., "foil-liim. The phos phorus.' glowed in ,;tho_ darkness, and ho be ;i7SlcL a* cat" of fire. Ho came out of . that barrel, and went off howling as though a 'jpolicoman had stepped on him. Then the cat went up on roofs, where other cats con 'gregate^and' tried to chuini round? with 'em, but it was no go. ...

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CHAPTER IV. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 7 October 1882

' OHAPrfSlf rV;01 *' OjP,lttp4gan.j > pd?^nMfto^ronbly way-mpybg.vn^ oiiff in .'.. his path but an occasibuM:pbyb'6M:vilim . ; ^ who always' accosted-him with the' iirvavi-. '"-V..""JutelHiSr"**?" U«,3 .4HoV?' dii)lyoiu]^ dff,* lfta&ter. Where are i''jvhon.jio; ingets, .you o^'a^couh'try^Oad always wants. . i. / wlierG yjSu^o'-^oiiigi'Y 'Mart, ^ydmaiji^orcliil'cl1 f!f,*'t'if'jAatterii nKtwHi61a,'''v'V7oA,o mir'oimro J" is . movitabl?»i". f I.Vft« V£ . f,t ; vn- '"" '-31/V' M'ft j.iiigtoui/t JE>06teVj i*' i n (J'-piauagau- lipi!'ft (Btanding;:jjftfenwHcfefw'O'Bj '''thftlibi^jhitWr, oxpi;i39'sipu'; was|( iih.e, 1 ,:ni .^a^ari'dae*..^uivsfloy.id^^ii^ vaWd^bapl^ ', J?514'iatt'ct04. *". "'"iS1 ®<mi£;of -liho ;inpsi;,'Bimplq-fti,indedi' .good'..1 -^''^tomp^otti feUqws iii t&.wofld, ana slbw'to , ? taltfe/oftefiei.^^ A* mild Htfclo'3'plto gd'os farther n J T^ittolii^^^a^i^^'fejfcli^i^oTiC^V^^Wersoiis I' 'i^r/haveiGyerimdt',--^ . raisGd''a'rbui,Sfc!of4l6^jiy...

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Twitterings from a Sparrow. No. 2. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 7 October 1882

Twitterings ffcom a Sparrow. No. 3. Dbab Mr. Editor,-I informed you in my last c«m« munication that I. was then about starting for Lawson to visit some feathered friends. I intended building a nest there and spending part of the summer months in that locality, anticipating great social enjoyments from the conversational abilities' with which fame had endowed my friends, Alas I alas I it was all Dead Sea Fruit to me. When I arrived there with tired drooping wings my feathered lady friend met me, and commenccd such.a chatter that my cars ached and my brain was numbed. I hurried from her, and thought oven in the bird' species the feminine tongue is the longest. I flew on a little further to where my other friend roosts and saw him sitting in the shade. At first, I thought ha was a scarecrow stuffed with straw set up by sorao enterprising selector,-but on nearer approach dis covered my mistake, I then introduced myself, and asked permission to roost in a tree near his nest. Unhappy me I...

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MISCELLANEOUS. Patience and a Straight Bat. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 7 October 1882

. MISCELLANEOUS, Pationoo and ft Straight Bat. IK a cricket match played between Nottingham (in11 Lancashire on the Trent Bridge, ground, in July lost, Barlow, the Lancashire " stonewaller," who will bo remembered as ' composing one of Shaw's English eleven which visited us last season, played two innings In the iirat Mr. A. N. Hornby and Barlow commenced proceedings for the Lancashire, and tho latter remained at-the wickets for an horn; and a quarter for eight'singles, when he was bowled by Alfred Shaw, in the second innings Barlow again went in first-, and eclipsed . his previous performance by carrying his bat right through the innings for five rnns. His first run was made in au hour and a quarter, and was greeted by iironical cheers from the assembled spectator. When the - bell rang for luncheon ho had been nt the wickets two hours for throe runs. His fourth run was obtained through a piece of bad fielding, and when the-lost Lancashire wicket fell, Barlow was not out with fivo t...

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At the Races. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 7 October 1882

At the Races Mns. Breezy passed into tho breakfast-room, and took hor place at tho coffo ond of tho tablo, smiling as though tho weather was delightfully cool instead of liko tho tropics. She wore a becoming morning wrapper deoked out ,witli delicate blue, and Mr. Brcozy was nbout to compliment hor on her nppcaraneo, when she oponed up tho morning campaign horsolf with : ' " I see thoy aro having races at Conoy Island, Mr. Breezy." " Yes, Dear," said Mr. Brcozy, suddenly forgetting tho compliments ho had prepared. "Tlioy soy liorso-raoing is very oxoiting," con tinued Mrs. Broezy, " of course you havo boon to lota of them." " Well no dear, not exactly lots," said Mr' Broozyi f'lf'.yo boon to threo or four n season porhaps, ,but you-know my duties at tho ofllco will not allow mo tO1; " ' ('.'Oh, of courso," said Mrs. Brcozy, "with your laTgo nnd oxtravagant family to support, you could not could not think of throwing away your time looking at horse raoos, I suppose, now, you havon'fc...

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PARLIAMENTARY. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 7 October 1882

PARLIAMENTARY. IK the Legislative Assembly on Tuesday Mr Ryrie, tho hon member for Braidwood, distinguished. bimBolf by moving tho adjournment of tho House to nccuso the hon. membor for Nowcaatlo-Mr. Fletcher-of attempting to swindle ft fow hard working minors out of a valuablo copper lode which they had prospected. Of courso Mr Flotcher-who is ono of tne most upright members of tho House was fxble to prove his ontire innocence, and Mr, Ryrie was put to shame. Seriously, these motions for adjournment are greatly retarding tho logitmate business of the session, and it may bccoino tho duty of Parliament to protect itself from these most provoking interrup tions. In reply to Mr. S, Smith, Sir Henry Pavkes said it was the intention of tho Government to ask Parliament tosanetion tho'ereotion of a building of a public character on tho site of the Garden Palace. Mr, S. Smith also drow attention again to tho increased railway traffic on tho Dluo Mountains, and hoped that more suitablo arran...

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Slightly Mixed [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 7 October 1882

Slightly Mixed THE other night, a follow who had been on a littlo time nnd was vainly endeavoring to got homo, tumbled into the Boston &. Maine depot, at tho rear ontraneo, Travorso Street, and thus accosted tho official in charge : " Keor, friend, I want to go to Wostnuton," at the same timo putting . his ? forofingor into his vest pocket to prodnco somo scrip, wliioh action cruised him to nearly lose his cqmlibrum. "Woll,"replied our friend Knight," this is tho Boston & Maino depot; if you wish to go to West Nowtoii,you will have to go to the Boston & Albany depot." "Tliasso I" said tho discomlitcd travollor,'sitting down on tho ond of a wheelbarrow, but sitting on tho floor immediately afterwards, as tho barrow succumbed to his woight. "Yes j that is BO," said tho'railroad man, holping him tomako his exit wlioro he ontbred, and bidding .him good-niglit. About fifteen minutes later, an infernal thumping at ono of tho . sido entrances on Haverhill streot, ca...

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SKIMMINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 7 October 1882

SKIMMINGS. Thomas Bolnnd, an old Oarconr resident, died this week at the age of 100. Bight Hours Anniversary on Monday a great success. In a fire at Wright's bedding factory, George Streot, Mrs, Wright who resided on the premises was burned to death. A mutiny broke out on Saturday ot Parramatta gaol. It was promptly suppressed. Twenty persons perished in a stoamboat firo on the Mississippi River. Certain Svdney alderman ore soid to have a "good thingTn a ooal mino near Lawson." Mr. J. H. Bcccliag, B.A., a Sydney medical student was seized with smallpox during the homeward trip of the Potosi. 20,000 peorlc visited ParramattaJPark on Monday, the Bight Hour Anniversary. It is now Btated that tho Garden Palaco Fire originated in the spontaneous combustion of certain chcmicals stored in the Fishorics Depart ment, Sir Gornet Wolseloy and Admiral Seymour aro to receive £50,000 caoh from the English Government. Anothor bank manager arrested for robbing tho safe. Tho guilty man was William H...

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The Sea Serpent Again. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 7 October 1882

Tho Boa Sorpeat Again. A STRANGE incident' which occurred during their recent passage to the Tync is reported by tlie Cap tain and crow of the German steamer, Katie, which arrived in front of tlie Grain Warehouse, Quayside, Newcastle, on Friday week. ' Captain Weiss states that while the vessel was making the passago from New York'to tlio Tyne his attention was called by the second mate, who wns on watch, to n. strange object, which appeared to be floating on the surface of the sea. The vessel at the timelwns W.N.W., about eight'milos from tho.Batt 'of Lowis, and as ' the * weather was .beautiful and "clear, and a fine sunset prevniled, the object was, by tho aid of glasses, fairly well discerned. It appeared, when ? first seen from tho starboard of tlio vessel nt a dis tance of about two miles, to bo a long dark floating body. It rose slightly above the level of the sen, which at that time was only disturbed by a gentle ripple, and as it seemed to project at one end, it was taken b...

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The Licensing Act. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 7 October 1882

The Licensing Act. Now that the Licensing Act has been in forco fof nine months, and its gestation of results may bo said to be fulfilled, it will bo as well to inquiro what it has done or effected. What has it done for the Teetotaller, in deferenco to whose wishes it was passed 1 Has it saved ono weak, erring slave of drink from himself and iho publichouse 1 Has it lessened the consumption of alcoholic liquors, or made one home happier, or tended in any degree, however small, to the ame lioration of the people, or served to cripplo tho drink traffic 1 No I we answer, and tho temperance people, if they speak truly, will endorse what wo say. It has only altered tho incidence of drinking sent people to half lit sly groggeries, where they consume a dozen drinks instead of ono because it is wrong, and whore they cannct complain of tho quality of the liquor because they arc " under a com pliment." It has sent hundreds and hundreds of young mon to the brothels where drink of all sorts is ...

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The Nepean Times, Published every Saturday Morning. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 7. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 7 October 1882

$fre Hcgiiw Published every Saturday Morning. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 7. IT is ouo of the peculiar idiosyncracies of the protectionist mania that its victimB in variably credits it opponents with self seeking and prejudice, while they claim for themselves disinterestedness and impartial ity. This was strikingly apparont in Mr. Heydon'B speech on Tuesday, when that honorable gentleman laboriously sought to show free trade legislators the error of their ways, and lead them on to the path of vir tue- and protection. That Mr, Hoydon | was not successful in his self imposed fiscal mission was rather his misfortune than his fault-the cause was lost not so much through the unskilfulrioss of the advocate as on account of its own inherent badness. According to this forlorn hope of the Poli tical Reform Association-who by the way have recently changed their place of moot ing from the Hyde Park column to more pretentious, if not more respectable quar ters in the Temperance Hall-protection ists are a...

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

13E? :;3; ;* ' . . :-,!'.iii'!'' >'<-r- >i5W$$f*S*\ir.V.> t-'i i <l'i i },.,. i''i'f'^OB'^Kaa^'PHOPLEJi': in:>i(.l i; :>iU! J!.r, ?P.u^Ush^e^^! 'jEfattird^^ ?/fjifi^^K^oli^-dk.iiio . prominent, | ,lS "Si^bsqyip^t ioix '^aVlSctc qii (q\iar t or,' In ? oi'd y oitico.''! i'.ig::>ii) to i»"r&igh-str6etjr Pemithiul ?'?'"< i j .;,?? ' .'C'-VlH/n >..« ?! f:f<>. -.i ,.'? i' t- *'» w 1 j fH -.m >;A r.J; j,..|r ' «e<" 'Utlii;* hijli | t^inikir ,., .... ., . t . .'.???? ;''|^I-I IV fj",?>; iff!) M'/t!i>'' Vi'1'' t:'' ?'> j it-' .(JlHB ,propriotoi$ pf th.o.iyTyjpwttyijiicsiaro^ro pa^odftocxobut'olprintiiiB of evory'desbikp-.' .ti6iiv'-'J.l!P6storB^bu8in6sSi oaMsj': TjilUhcatls/'-'prp-'' gffimihoJ^.tfen//'ftUbilikl'oUt;at,th6'HlidrtoBt'u^^c0, 'WifcliiHjenJlios^;ttiitldierpfttclil11 ?*' ,J:""'i i pK's^^.^wl'^ni! possible.1 f ;H."iSff j '" .-.jji..!..?? ;»'ifr~t»H'<?'»«»i ''. ' ""'[ i ' ,A...

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 7 October 1882

CRICKET. A OBIOKET match was plnycd on Saturday on tlic Emu Reserve between tho Emu and Bnstorn Oreok Olubs. It was evident from the first that the Oreekites had no chaneo, boing altogether over matched by thoir opponents, and tho result was, a victory for Emu by nino wickets. W. Player and E. Fakir did tho most oxeoution for tho Emus, and Biggs and Palmer did soma good sorrico for Eastorn Creek. Tho following woro tho^soorca i EASTERN OKKEK.-FIBBT INNINGS. E. Palmer, o nnd b W. Playor ... 1 R. Ilea, b E. Fakir... ... ... 0 A. Shadlow, b W. Playor . ... 0 D. Durass, not out ... . ... 2 0. Palmer, c W. Playor ... ... 1 T. Greonwood, o Fakir ... ... 1 H. Biggs, o and b Fakir, ... ... 0 P. Nolan, b Playor>... ... ... 0 F, lies, b Playor . ... ... ,2 - H. Rolan, b Player... ... .... 0 T. Wright, o and b Fakir ... ... 1 Byoi ... ... m ... 1 Total ... ... ... ... 15 Bowling Analysis. W. Player 42 balls, 7 runs, 6 wickets, B maiden ovors j E, Fakir 88 balls, 0 runs, 4 wickcts, 2 maiden ...

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 7 October 1882

LOCAL NEWS, MB. ALFHED COLLESS, Mayor of Penrith, has been gazetted a magistrate of the territory. ... WE regret to have to record the death of Mr Thomas Woodlands, son., of South Greek. The deceased was 84 years of age, a native of Sussex, England, and a very old.resident of South Creek. . UNDEK the new regulations the following will bo .the rates charged on the railway between Penrith and Sydney:-First Class, Single 4s 6d, Return 6s ; Second Class, Single 2s 9d, Return 8s 8d. ON Saturday last, the children attending the R.O, Denominational School, Penrith, had . a pleasant picnic in Mr. Tindall's paddock, near the old racc-course. Abundant provision had been made' for the children by the Sisters, and a very pleasant day was spent. QUITE a number of children with their paronts attended the picnic of the Church, of England Sunday School on Wednesday at Lemongrove near the parsonage. There were lots of good things for the cbildron, liberally dispersed by the teachers undor whoso char...

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NUGGETS AND DUST. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 7 October 1882

NUGGETS AND DUST. BY F0B8I0KKB. I have just received a letter, of which the following is a faithful copy: " Is it your opinion, Mr. Fossieker, that tho police should devote thoir attention to shepherding the back yards of public houses, and dogging respeetablo citizens to thoir houses upon the off chance of securing a conviotion for drunkeness, or improper language, while they leave housckecpor* ana taxpayers in general to the mercy of itinorant rogues and vagabonds ? Yours, EwotJIBBn." I am not in tho habit of taking any notice of anonymous communications, but, for this once, I haye no hesitation in answering-no-to Enquirer's query. Since tho introduction of tho Licensing Amendment Act, policomcn have boon too much in tho habit of playing tho part of sneaks, spies, and common informers, and leaving their high and honorablo duties, as guardians of the public pcaco, go unregarded. The policeman who goes sneaking about any man's back premises-unless he is actuated with a laudablo desi...

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A Race For A Life. CHAPTER IV. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 14 October 1882

A Race For A Life. Br n. MOUNTENEY JEPHSON. CHAPTER IV. .' BEDAD," said Doctor O'Flanagan, as lie pulled his pony up into a walk, " This is what may be called aii awlovavd meeting. Tliey mean mischief. But, begorra, it's not the liiccB of theso two drunken blackguards that will frighten a British officer, and what's more, a direct diseindant in the fay malo line from Brian Boni, King of Ulster. I'll soon stop their swaggering bounce if they attempt to interfere with me. : So saying, the plucky little doctor felt for hie revolver intending to advance with it in hand, ready to shoot down the first man who laid liis hand on the hilt of his sword. It must be hero explained that amongst ..the Japanese, one of the deadliest cuts of these great swords is an upward one de livered in the act of drawing, and.conse quently the vorty action of. a person in a ! quarrel placing his hand on tlio liilt of his .' sword" and showing the least glimmer of . blade, is considered by the law an overt .act...

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POETRY. Old Granny [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 14 October 1882

POETRY. Old Granny COME liilhcr, hither, little child, And sit beside my knee, And listen to the story That I will tell to thee. I was a bonnio maiden once, With golden ringlets fair,, And danced throughout the summer day, And knew not want nor care. The birds, and bees, and butterflies My gay companions were ; I lived a life of mirth and glee, And breathed the sweet free air. Then I was'wed to one wlio said He'd love me tenderly ; And well ho kept the vow he'd mode And true and kiud;was;he I ltf\vns;a golden summer day When lirst I wasj'a][bridc; Ah ! mo It was a summer day ? When my beloved died I They bore him lifeless o'er the moor; The moor that morn he'd crossed ; A sudden mist had wrapt the land, And in it ho was lost. . ' For to tlio rugged mountain's brow lie came, ;aud to its side j Where we had climbed to reach our home The day I was a bride. Pale grew the light before my iacc ; They snid that I was " wild "; All things around me shrouded then j But where art " thou,", my...

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A Very Responsible Occupation. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 14 October 1882

; A, Verv Responsible Occupation' CoMaiEND>£mc to the savolre fairt ot the servant girl otjtfie period. "How did you break that dish ?'!* nsks my friend in dismay nt seeing her : choicest punch Iwwl in two knives. " Aisy enough, ma'm," Bridget replied. "An' sure, ma'm I just tuk hold of th'c one lihlf of it and carried it away . Wid mc, and the othor half just stayed on tlio table, ma'm."- It does seem " aisy enough." It is just as. woll, however, that the pantry maid did not. over .hoar 'n certain conversation in which I took part , fccontly, J11 which n half-dozen "mistresses" cOiifcssed to, certain breakages for which they alone .. wore responsible. Said one, "My maid left mo. I washed witlj my own hands the fine china for one week. I handled it as if it were nn- egg-shell. I- ' broke more pieces in that week than this maid, who kept mo awake nights with what I called her care lessness, lmd broken in tlirce months."^ Said another, " I took the matter in hand myself in sheer de...

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A Cheap Oration. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 14 October 1882

y-r r'-.A Cheap Oration. THERE is ycVillving in Central Michigan'a lawyer who/some'fifteen or sixteen yeore ago, was waited upon by n committee from a small village for the , ; purpose ? of engaging him to deliver a Fourth of Jnly oration. When thpy asked his price, ho said that lie considered 25 dols. cheap enough, "Mercy 011 me 1" exclaimed the chairman, "but . wo can't pay no such prio ns tlmt I .That must be for a Henry Clay oration".!-'' ? ; , , . "Wall, yes, I thipk it will compare very favour with anything Ilcnry: got oil."; .' Oh', hut' wo can't stand 'it-^ve' must have a ? cheaper one."' ."How cheap?"- . 'Not'over ;5 dollars. We'll give you 5 dollars, ' your dinuer, and nll'tlie lem'onado you can drink for the cheapest oration in your head." .' ? ? ? ' " I'll do it I" replied the lawyer, and the money ' was paid to him on the spot. ' Ho was on hand on'the glorious day,'and by and by the procession Amoved to theb'gippvd, and the ; ' orator took'thestatfafprid was introduced,...

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