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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 14 October 1882

WANTED, Billot Wood Cutters ; plenty green nnd dry timber. Good price. WILLIAM FLEMING, South Creek. ; _? ; 18f "Y"TTANTED, Good Teamster; none but steady VV . men need apply. ! W.M. FLEMING, ' . ' 197:: / South Crook, TRY, the Celobrntcd Castlcmain* Ale and .Portor ; ' for Salo at Principal Hotels. ? j 120 NOTICE.-Any person or persons founds tres passing, or pulling down fences on Stanton's Karm, known ns Hughes', will.bo prosecuted to ttho full cxtont of the law. . '' * ' ' t 118 J. S. HUGHES. nnitY tho Cclobratcd Castlomaino Ale and Portor' X.'. for;Bftllat Prinoipal Hotolii, i .""?r"! ' ,'r..---r Tenders ARE required for: removing tho Penrith Arpu8 , Oillce in High Street., lull particulars from .0. A-. WILLIS, or <Nap«an Times'. Office. .: 105 TENDERS arc invited for'tlio Erection and Completion of Scores in Station-street.- Plans ami Specifications at" ' > \it. - ( COMMERCIAL BANK, j 101' /, . « Ponrith. r^teNPERS 'Vw. Invited for Woathcrboard Cottage ' .L RailW...

Publication Title: Nepean Times
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His Wants are Modest. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 14 October 1882

His 'Wants aro Modest. Thk following advertisement, taken from the fll'ca o£ a London (Cannda) paper is copicd gratuitously : -" Wife-A Bride Wanted.-A preacher, 80 years I. of ago, wlio has travelled six years in the Lord's vinoyard with an eye single to His glory-well re commended for his faithfulness and truth-desires to marry a good lady who has'talent and ability to (twist the causo, a gift to sing, ablo to weigh an /argument, and some skill in presenting it by talking ..'and writing, and worth £400. None need apply without reciprocating frankness and sincerity, and givingsuflicicnt guarantco of the above qualities-, '..pfiqtotfropli, ago, &c., ntatiug whether settled or un 'sotpw^U religious belief. But dootrinal idoas nor jpmippn-- will not1 bo the test, though candour, ^infifl^lfty niul o])])oi'tuniticR, influences, and cir cujijSti^occs of past.life will 1)0 considered- AlsOf it .jyffl^ei'iicccsHaiy to give some reason of tlio hope 'tliRl^fijvithin, and show willing...

Publication Title: Nepean Times
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PARLIAMENTARY. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 14 October 1882

PARLIAMENTARY. ON Friday liight the Colonial. Secretary gave Mr. Cameron his decided assurance that the Govern ment would amend the Licensing Act, during the session. Certainly no Act ever required amending more. After some business of .minor importance Mr. Farnell moved ;tlys second reading of the Institute of Survoyor'sflhcorporation Bill. It must liavo come in somewhat' the nature- of a surprise to .ihohon. member for St. Leonards to be informed by Mr. Speaker,-that the Bill was'improperly before tlio . House, but thcro could bo no doubt Sir George'was " right. . . , . Considering that this Bill proposed to confer nil sorts 'of preposterous; privileges "upon Licensed Snveyora, the general puoiic will not'loso much by its fate. In the Legislative Assembly on Tuesday, night Mr. Lackey,' iriijfyjply to Mr.iS/Bmith for Mr./l'i It. Smith, s'aidi'tiid. present ratba^ero quite low enough to encourage travelling t'o.'ftiid-from the mountains. He also,1 iu answer to this sanio hoii. membe...

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 14 October 1882

CRICKET. A cuiokrt match was played in Smith's; padclock on .Saturday afternoon between an eleven of.tlio Castlcreagh C.C., and an eleven selected from;tlio carpenters engaged in the Railway WorkslwnH.JL'lic. -match resulted in an easy victory tor the CoslWenfeli team, only one inning* being played.' Mason and. l'ni'coll made 35 and 20 respectively for the Uastle reagh ; and Heathcote 18 for the carpenters. The following were the scores: Oastlerkagh. Purccll, b Port ... ... ... 20 G. Kay. 1» Port ... ... ... 4 W. Kay, c Howell b l'ort ... ... I It. Iteece, b Bailey b Hobby ... ?? ... II - C., Adams, I) Port ... .... .... 0 T. Carter, b Port ... ... ... i ]5, Mason, bHodges... ... ... 2 A. Parker, c^IIobby b Heathcote ... 115 J. ltobinson, b Heathcote. ... : i ... 0 . W. Williams, c BftUcy b Hcatheote ... 2 W, Coflfee, not outjftV. ... ... 0 Byes ... ... ... 3 Total ... ... ... ... 82 . Oakpenteiis. . Tiudnll, b Purccll - ... ... . ... 1 Hodges, b Williams... ... ... 55 _ Douglas; ru...

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NUGGETS AND DUST. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 14 October 1882

.NUGGETS AND DUST. . BY FOSSIOKER. IT'distresses me beyond measure to learn thatj»in the opinion of certain local clergymen, the Nepeari Times is not so orthodox as it ought to he. 1 can 'assure them that no expression has ever been permitted to appear in these columns, which could possibly he construed into a reflection upon the grand truths of Christianity; but upon the other hand a very broad lino has always been drawn between religion and cant-between pioty and hypocrisy. Quoting from a recent articlc of our owii-" The time has passed when intelligent men paid unhesitating obedience to any priest, whether lie wore the cross of St. Peter, or the gown of Geneva,"; but it by no means follows that bceause there is a growing contempt in this nineteenth century' for the forms and symbols of religion,' tholcisn absence of that deep .reverence for sacrcd ;things,cwhicli?!i8 the true mainspring of all -good men's 'lives. True manhood in these latter days no longer consists in undeviating...

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Penrith Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 14 October 1882

Pearith Municipal Counoil* A MEETING of tho Penrith Municipal Council was hold on Thursday evening (it 7. 30. p.m. Present Tho Mayor (in the chair), Aldermen Cross, llesley, James 1'riec, .Smith, l'askin, John Price, and Stuart. ? '? . MINUTES. ? The minutes of the last meeting were read and confirmed, CORHESPONDENCE. From tho Secretary of tho N.S.W. Commission of tho Amsterdam Exhibition requesting tho Council to forward photographic views of tho district. . From the Kngineor for lloads with reference to culverts ou tho Western Bond, and stating that some, repairs would be effected next year. .'Aldorman l'askin said that tlio Council should mind its own business, and not meddle with repairs on the Great Western lload. From Hobort Stuart giving notice that Mr. Woodriffo was about to build in High-Street.. !r-,Tho following .letter, was, rend from Messrs. ?.Gannon and M'Jjaughliu the Councils' Solicitor ":'i. ' "Temple Court, King Street, " Sydney, 4th Oct., .1882. " Dear Sir,-lu'ref...

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MISCELLANEOUS. Gas on Railway Trains. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 14 October 1882

MISCELLANEOUS. Gas oa Railway Trains* A special exhibition of the Pintsch gas-lighting system, as applied to railwuv trains, vww rccontly made to a large number of railway and jmstnl officlnlH and otliors on the Erio lload, U, 8. A., thcfollowing account o£ whiuh is from f ho Scicntjic Amcrican:-" A train of two conchcs and a postal car was taken from Jersoys City to Tumor's and return to exhibit thts light. The lamps wcro supplied' with ens com pressed in resorvoirs under caoh car, the tubular re ceiver having a capacity, of 841 fcot. of gas, under compression of 8J atmosphere*, or 127 pounds to the sqttaro inch., Fronilthis, tubes n quarter of an inoli in diamutc)' ra)) to ,t)ie various burners. A regu lator consisting otiiri Ingeniously weighted valve ptfovents the gas froni flowing loo rapidly, mid suoures an'bven^escapement," despite the varying pressure, ,'i'ha< burners arc of the lish-tnil pattoru. composed of fltoitito,' hud of about ono foot capacity por hour, Of...

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CORRESPONDENCE. THE LATE MR. J. J. RILEY, J.P., (TO THE EDITOR OF THE NEPEAN TIMES). [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 14 October 1882

CORRESPONDENCE. THE LATE MB. J. J. RILEY, J,P" (TO THE EDITOR OP THE NEPEAN TIMES). Sin,-I lmvo been, waiting anil .watching the columns of your valuable, journal , to seo if any action would bo taken in somb way of showing our inspect to our late esteemed.citizen Mr. J. J.IMIoy, I am'iiiformcd that the decoasQcl gcntloman was one of the oldest magistrates iii' tho; colony ; lie was also ono of tho first Aldermen in tho Municipality of l'omiih; and the ftivst Mayor. I would suggest that a meeting of' the ratepayore bo called to consider the advisability of erecting a Memorial iu tho Council Chambers, or other public place. : I think somo stops should bo '? > taken by way of showing' our appreciation of^tlic, ' Horviccs ,o£ tho doccascd gentleman, m it is well! known ho spoilt a fbrtuuej andj also tho bent years ' of his life towaiih tlio advAiJConiont of. Penrith. Hoping some abler, pen than, mluo :%ytli.«.>iako, the matter up, . ; ; ^ _ \ .. .. , ; " ' I remain, ? . Yours &am...

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SKIMMINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 14 October 1882

SKIMMINGS, ' Rush-the.||<Bqnn{CSt" Soulier in Australia-won tho' Punch trophy. Beach second, Laycoek third, and Trlckett siok. Mr, . Wiiteon begining to show- signs that lie is " full-up " ofhis position in the Ministry. The Coronet's Jury sitting on the Garden Pftlncq Fire have rctuhicd an open verdict, adding a rider to tho effect tlial the Government were greatly to blame for storing valuable 'property in so insecure a a building. ,, , , . .... Cy?'1 . The health' Jof ; ;l''rod-?' Mawhnll; /the i.iiiopular comedian, lirs completely broken'down.\''\ . 4\ senior constable, of police in ^Tcn)ortv hnsbcQU adjudged,to: piiy '.JBlaO fqr. bpoaoU' of promise, of marriage? V.''... 1 <?':v W-.Arabi'Bdy. is now, being treated as a common con viefc ? ; ? -. ; ,t-.. :Farms in; A'ustralia.andy America aMiHtolling in Tippomry at fabulous pricos 111- ., «. Michael Davitt bowaila the dcolino of "Fenian en thuBtaisrii in Ireland. . - ? i JSgypt is about to agitate f6r'"libirt...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 14 October 1882

REMEMBER THE corn ui . OP Penrith Park Estate IN ' OCTOBER, Splendid Lot of Building Bites ?with, 100 Foot Frontages and Grand Depths. Torrcns' Title. * Easy Terms. J '105 0 N S O F T E JI 1' E 11 A N 0 .33. S NEl'EAN DIVISION, No. -13, PENRl'i'II. Tlic cheapest and bcstDcnellt SJoeicly in tlic colony. Present Value of Funds and Property valued at .4il,300. It oilers the largest benefits for the lowest subscrip tions. Auy person having been six months ft member, mid is good on the books, is entitled to £1 per week Sick Pay for the iirst six mouths, mid 10s. per week for next six months. Surgical and Medical aid for self and family from dny of initiation. For enc-h ease of ncuouohomcnt of member's wife £1 is pirn. A Funeral Donation of £20 is-puid on death of a member to his widow or family ; £10 on death of a member's wife. SCALE OF WEEKLY FEES. Members, from l-l to 20 years oE nge, 7d.; over 20,10d. . , . 1 llctfitftratiou Fco for Mcdicul OJliccr 5 Mavncu members, 10s. per year; si...

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EUREKA, EUREKA. TO THE EDITOR OF THE NEPEAN TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 14 October 1882

EUREKA, EU1USKA. y ; TO THE EDITOR OP THE NEPEAN TIMES. Sin,-I have at last solved tho problem ns to the sparrow's. idontity, and . ncvort was. poor" mortal' so disgusted. Iii common with othors,' I: have' folt; nuxious to find. tho wondorfiil...'.'twitteroi\" and enrolled all' tho youngsters of Springwood in a, sen veil1 for tho sparrow's nest, I expected to fiud a! nice nest, and n brood of fino young birds', which, if; tlioy inherited the chattoring talont of thoir paront,' .would, bo worth roaring.,? I woro out I .don'tknow how many pairs of bluchera, nud my; moleskins will; wont darning, after, nil; tho . walks r liovo had alter; that blooming sparrow-to say nothing of the inouoy I' liavo spent 011 .tops, lollies, and mnrbles for the youiig*. hopefuls,' who 'noted as'sc-jufs for inc. At: liuiton Saturday, a cunning looking-young mOnkoyi rushed up to mo, exclaiming "I have fouud him I 1[ ; have found him I give mo tho half-crown and father! «tho throo stor." My heart was ravishe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 14 October 1882

. ;T,3?OT^ : ; ... . ;, ,'.;, Published; .every Saturday i CONTAINS loading articles on the prominent quostiona pf Itliei.iday ; the latost local news/, and./tolegraius;., :li'umoiirous .extracts from Amoricfin journals ; spooial> correspondence and the latest Sydney Oommeroial news, Subscription's. Gd. per quarter) in advance.. j WEPEAH TIMES OFFICE, Special Jobbing Department; '', j THE proprietors of &e'ffepea»' Tltive#, pfrfc-i .'.'.'pared tooxocute printing pf eyory doacrip-l tion. Posters, business .cards, l)ill-licads,i pro-j grammes, «feo;»,, turriod out at the shortest notice,; with neatness;nnddispatch. Ohargos as low as possible. - Estimates furnished.j W. LENNOX'S i| H A Y AND 'CORJS :ST0RK. ALL kinds of PRODTJOB' alw.ays . .; on i ... . . ......'>nd. ... . | ''.STILL -CONTINUES! TO 'MAKE ... c ; FIRST-CLASS BOOTS - , Q OI i i \ THE Very bcatmatoriai used,.' and" a good; fit guaraniee'd'on tho shortest/notico.;V i,'.,. Life and'Aooideut Assurunco Agont. -A'...

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 14 October 1882

LOCAL NEWS, A FOOT HACK will take place oh Saturday afternoon on the usual course between G. Povne and 35 Barlow, distance 150 yards. A PETITION from the residents to the storekeepers of lenntli is now in course of circulation asking that all stores shall be closed on "Wednesday after noons at one o'clock. We understand that the petition is being extensively signed. THE Bench of Magistrates, Penrith, have approved of the removal of tho Public Pound, ? Bnngclly, from its present site, to the foundkccper's residence; on the Briiigclly road, about lialf-a-milo nearer Peurith. JUST rain enough fell upon Monday nnd^ttcsdav to make 11s wish for more. It is to be feareil that this season will be one of tho most disastrous ever experienced by tho farmers of the Ncpean District, the crops generally speaking are almost a total failure, and paddocks which ought now to bo covered with grasjsare barren wast es. Unless rain and plenty of it-falls within a week or two, far mors in the district wil...

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The Nepean Times, Published every Saturday Morning. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 14. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 14 October 1882

fflgt ffepm ^Dirnefi, Published every Saturday Morning-. SATURDAY, OCTOBEJI 14. { >v SOME time ago wo ventured to predict that the beginning of the end of the present Ministry was approaching, and now it is here. It is all very well for Sir Henry Parkes and his colleagues to affect to treat their defeat upon Wednesday night with indifference ; but it will be admitted by all impartial critics that the Government has now but two honorable alternatives-resigna tion, or an appeal to the country. The question of erecting a Free Public Library and an Art Gallery is a national one; and the vote of the Legislative Assembly has shown most unmistakably that a majority of honorable members do not consider the Government competent to deal with it. We are not so sanguine as to look'for any conspicuous evidence of independence and honorable feeling on the part of Sir Henry and his colleagues; but it is difficult to be lieve that they will remain in office aftor . the very unmistakable snub the...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 14 October 1882

BIRTH. OCTOBER 10th, at her residence, High-street, Penrith, the wife of D. J. Worboys, of a son. 163

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Penrith District Court. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 14 October 1882

Penrith District Court. THE following is a list of cases set down for trial at. the ensuing district court. Application for new trial-Fry v. Yorke Bayuer v. Boyd, goods sold, £12 9s 4d. Parker v. Herbert, goods sold, £10 7s 5d. Parker v. Ray, goods sold, £1 Gs lid. I'avkcr v. Mcrrigan, goods'sold, £3 14s Gd., Parkerv._-Boldin, goods sold, £118s 4d. Turner v. Herbert, £21 12s XOd. Dolan v. Squires, trespass, £37 14s. . " Upton v.Bcncroft, work and labor, £5 is 0d. ' Parker v. Single, goods sold, £3 7s 9d. Barlow v. Barlow, goods sold, £1 2s lid. Brady v.'Kenncdy, Medical attendance £2 3s Od. Brady v. Herbert, medical attendance, £1 3s. Brady v. Dolan, medical attendance, £1. ' Brady, v. Perry, medical attendance, £1 2s Od. Brady v. Alexander, medical attendance,-£1 Is. Barlow v. Clarke, goods sold, £2 (is 4(1. . . Bctliune v. Kennedy, goods sold, £7 0s 8d I'ragar v. Price, breach of contract, £1 7s Od.

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MESCELLANEOUS. DE GONENESS OB DE PAST. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 21 October 1882

! M I S O E D;L: A'-'N E 0 U S. DE .GONENESS ,013. DE PAST, " MY danr'firon'Br'wlito^am-'do past ? Look fur it under do bed, down, collor,, up sta'rs,t iivdo wbod^ox bPSvliar' 'ypit^will, an' yon camiot find ifc.'' Why. ?."' Kauso it tun' gone. It hds !>Hppcd' away. Ulcb a Btroak o' greasq; runniii' across do Icitchbii'flbo'/an' it nobber' nebber, return. (Sighs from'; all' ' over tlib' liall/).. Do you moot' Plato j'as you go up do street ? Do-ybiiffin'' Oicbrcb waitin' at the ferry dock ? ' f>oyou' li'iir of Diogenes liaiigiii' 'round do Union "Depot' 'tiwork tliio string gamb''oil sonie greenhprii ?, Not any! ' Dby belongs' to do past" an' gone. '"Doy sleep in do dimness1 of odder ' centuries. Wliar' aril do 'glory of do Bdniaii Empire ?. 5 Whar' am; Otosar an' Brutus an' Caseins ?'_ Let do dust of do past answer!; (Much blowing of noses.) " My fren's, do past am not do fuclior, any moro dan. day.. aftor.,.to:iuorrcr.auii... day..befo' jwutw*.v1vvj. :--Um- ti.«- i1-. .1 . «...

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The Adjutant's Story. CHAPTER I. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 21 October 1882

The Adjutant's Story. . CHAPTER J. SOME years ago wo wero quartered in the south oi* Ireland. "Wo had all but completed our tour of home service, and.woro iindor orders to hbld-oursblvos in readiness to em bark for'tlio Cape of Good'Hope, there to be Stationed.., I was adjutant of tho'rbgiment at the tirao, and my., duties, of course, con fined mo a great deal to barracks., IJ^or somo weeks I had noticed a little fellow of about two!vo or thirteen years of age, con stantly hanging about in the square, 'and taking in with intent and admiring eyes all tliominutiiB ; of barrack, life. Hardly,< v an afternoon passod that lib wasnot tliero gaz ing on whatever was going on. Even a few defaulters at pack drill formed a .'spectacle possessing sullicient cliarms. to, lceop- liim loitering 'about for liourk. 'i' frequently caught his oyo fixed upon' mo with an; ex pression which plainly intimated that in his estimation I was a very great man indeed. Possibly I shared,' tliougli to ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 21 October 1882

T}. OST.-^Air:''_OVfil-slin\ictV llovoml bliu' \Vntcili'Kdy 'iLU Gold. licuvni'd'ttt.t); Nnsh 'stltnilway Jfotisit, .1'ciirltli. ... , .. IT?. U.-» I i[;-;n,u; tn: I -it ?; -> ii i lii:;' ? . 'T^Mi(^ira.~AM^\jSowon, or-', pem{»* /iimiid'irat. .ill li'iinUsln^'ov liullliift dqwii foiiobs An; Stiiiiloii's : l?'n vift, 11< 11 o w 11'?iwI.II.ur1IQS,imvU1 IjopmsoouttoMo1 tlio Still 6kCcJUt,o£;ilit) Inw,-**.{? v<. (f 118 . ... ,7, T1IY llio Colobrntcd Cnstlunuiinc Ala nud Porter fijr Hnlo at lMnoiimWlotolH. ? '! ;i Emu;Twood Faotory. 1 FOll A1 j33*ov to_lqt 31(1 ncsros 61V.tlics Old Jlrilhuwt . Jlyad. . .. .' " ' iV;. '' To lot iv Six Itooiii . ' . 103 ' A', AN» Ji llAYNJill.

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Had them there! [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 21 October 1882

' Bad them there! . .It ( was at a country pub 111, 0110 of,.tho outside *Hm trlcts, niul there woro gatheredlii:tnb:i>arlour (If the apartment may bo so dlghilled), a motley group o£ bushmon, nil soils runl sizes,'froin tho''. burloy minor to tho sorn'ggy " otf-sidor," nll'mord or lass hilariously pnssing a way tho time 111 the lobulation of com pounds of .sulphuric acid mid blue-stone with n <losh. of! tobacco jiiicp tlii'o'wiinn('j ht loii^Jsp report saith, such'was' tho exhilarating mixtUro iii that remote region did duty for, nun and "dark brandy. -An observer might have; noted that it was all drawn from ;one dosk; At aiiy rate i tr was. ftill tho, cmrno to tho convivial crow gathered there 011 that particular occasion, '..Yankco Kriibj anfo-iip,and other intolloo tunl.games served, to uiiiusoj with'now:aiul then 'a 'double shuffle and a song,from 0110 or ,othor[ which,. ,'if not cxa'ctly of the'philharmonic,'typo, .parsed; nuistor for harmony thoro., But at ldiig...

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