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Not Very Much. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 4 November 1882

Not Vorv A YOUNG nmii witli a nasc like a razor, and nn eye that would have wised a blister oil sheet-iron 011 a hot day, halted a pedestrian on Gratiot avenue, and staled that lie was trying to raise money to reach tho bedside of his dying aunt in Chicago, lie was too proud to beg; butif tho citizen would give him a 'qunrtor, lie would show him a (nek worth fire dollars, /, ' \ " Vhnt inli dot1 ([trick ?"'queiied tho citizen. "It is to make {«u centsi'go further than a dollar. You can play it on the boys, and make ten dollars a> day." ; ; '? ? j " My frendt, I nefer blays mil (lie*poys." . ,j " Yes, but you1 can have lots of fun, yon know." j .' I vhtus no haudt for fun. If I ever git otf some' shokes I never laif." ' "'P " . Ya«, but i this , is. something now.'.'.When you: come dowiLto the ppcgry of an evening you V j doan'icamefdowni? I vlias liomeondor shtops 'all der enfiiings,"' I'b ' ; '' ''' ? ? ' " But j'ou could lmvea little fun with your neigh bours;", ? .. i, ' ; u- ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 4 November 1882

COnitlSSPONDBNTS will save both thcmsclve* and those connected with this journal a good deal of trouble by observing the following rules: CoiTC-j])ondeucc, intended for publication in our news columns, .should be addressed to tlioi-editor, while advertisements and' business communications should be sent to the proprietor/ ' . ' ? While we shall be glad at any time to roccive for publication.items of local, interest,"wc shall freely, use our privilege of excising any offensive allusions to private individuals. Libel-writing is such an . oxtremtdy expensive luxury, that we cannot alford to share it with anyone else, i . .. .L. Advertisements, except tliose coming from Hubscri bejB and responsible persons, , must ..be , paid fjr'iii advance. All communications mtist.be accompanied by the real name aud address of the'sender: ,i

Publication Title: Nepean Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 4 November 1882

ilte gjkpcatt ©intwf, K .TWM IS&BPBSfMST MM . ; ; Published every Saturday Morning. . /CONTAINS loading articles on tho prominent, questions of the day ; tliolatoBt local news, and tolograms j humourous extracts. froni American journals ; special correspondence and tho latest Sydney Ooa'imorcial news. SnbuorlpUon 2s. Cd. per quarter, in advanco. HSPEAM TiMSS OFFICE, High-street, Peniith. ^[rc ITcjicint Special Jobbing Department. 1"\HE proprietors of the Ncpean Times are pre pared to exocu to printing of evory descrip tion. Posters, business cards, bill-heads, pro grammes,' i&'o., turned out at.the shortest notice, with neatness and dispatch; ' . f .V . Ohargos as low as possible. ,. Estimates.furniBhed. W. LENNOX'S II A Y AND CO RN , aT t, RJi Higti SxiiErr, Penrith#^ All kinds . of 1'RODUOE always hand. STILT, CONTINUES TO MAKE , FIRST-CLASS BOOTS TO ORDEIl. . '' : . ' " mHE very best material used, and a good lit 1 guaranteed on tho shortest notice. . . Lifo and A...

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 4 November 1882

LOCAL NEWS. Ti^ Emu Cricket Club will phty . a match with jthe,Windsor Club, at the ground of 'the ,latter, to idtw, Bflkliitlay. '? I'ho following. play cm''will ropro itfentjEinu:-E. Fakir,,A. .Evans, H. Evans, 0. 'Evaivv'f i l'laj'or, J. Playor, T., Player,-.jun.,;.A. Pg I Woods, J. J tide, C.< Hadley, W.' Mai'tyn, T. .Burling (emergency.) J. G. Thuratoiij'umpiroi' 11 \.,a. I' A ouuious accident occurred 111 Penrith on i Tuesday afternoon, whereby Mr. T. Holt of Mulgoa" . lost a cart-horse, valued at £15. Mr. Holt was i driving, four horses along ?High-street,' just iir .front 'of 'thelOourtliouse, lit the time,' when a 'dog'Hpi-urig u[). at! shatter seizing him by. the nose. This . causfid^ih^, 8haftor to swerve, osido, and throw the ini^'0 5 immediately in-'frorit of 'if "down on tho ground, when the -wheels of the- dray passed over, 'her" breaking the off hind leg." Tlie poor "ahiimdl ; was shot by Constable Abbott, who .a)s'o dealt1 out1 ;speedy^ justice ,to ,tho m...

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The Nepean Times, Published every Saturday Morning. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 4. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 4 November 1882

sjSjfyt ftqjjiw ©inws, Pxibli&hed every Saturday Morning. t _ , SATU11DAY, NOVEMBER-4. .. i .' .--: :-- ' > I* isvinarvolloiis how in tliis latter, end of our juineteentli century, when modern science shag raised its students to . a pmnaele from whonce they can look dowxi witli something almost liko pity . on the efforts of the mightiest minds of tlio -past, that religious ^superstition stands immovable, , and raises ^f^lier ,palsied ,arm in; tho vain .attempt to v aiTest ...the . march i ; of human progress. / BinjMroB, may. rise and fall; nations may k'coiiqfier* and be - conquered in. their turn ; systems . of philosophy may be founded and overturned ;"biitreligious superstition still remains, stubborn,'obtuse, and unchangeablo. It. matters littlo what form it may .take; little , from what croed it may derivo its colorings; .little,: to . what \ country its- pro fessors may owe their origin-its principles are rigid, .- merciless, ; and' cruel ? as the gravo.- To true r...

Publication Title: Nepean Times
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Mr. Spoopendyke's Dog. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 4 November 1882

Mr. Spoopondyko's Qogi ! * " LOOK here, my dear," said Mr. Spoopendyo, as ho led ft huge and , shaggy | dog, into j his wife's room,' " I 'vo gut a dog, a friend of miiio gftvo mo. AVhjit do you think of him*?," I " Goodii,n'Hoi6uBM"'6irioumrod' Mr5*.. Spoououdyko, mounting ftehnir in dismay ;; " is ho uind?' | " No, tMrs.i: Spoopend^ke," retorted liov husband, " ho not'only ten t mad, Init lie isn't a stoplnddor. either, lior a'.bird's-oycvlow. Ho'sadog, mid if you; don't gitolit bt tlmt clinirlio'll probably bito your logs off."*'' * ; . j, Mw. Spoopandyko sat down on her foot anil oyed the brute with Home trepidation. . ! , " Maybe lie's, go,t;t)io -hydrophobia," she suggested, by waj''ofa'heavtjMvdlooiiitir V'J '1 j " P'raps.ho lias," agreed' Mr. Spoopondykq, "but.: if lio :1ms, lie's got "it.-i n his poekot. Como hord, doggoo," dodged,, doggec," said 'Mr. Spoopeiulyko, snapping.his,Angel's pomwsivoly. r'J , 11 Wliy don't ho con^o when you cull him," asked MiW .Si!o6ii6ndyko,lde...

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Amusing Breach of Promise Case. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 4 November 1882

'Ai^&c^BreacH .c&Ewmise Case. V.VAjmttACii'of promise case was terminated. in the. tv^upreraovCourt , ftt Wellington, New Zealand, on; Oct.' 10,-*ill' Vvhiqli1 the plaintiff, ft'Hiss Swiney re-, '.. 5feuvei'ed '*'£25''dnriiagesi nntl . is-thus amusingly -. described by tlio NX Herald "The result, q£ the, ' Ijrcach of .promise case Swiney,',v. Lcyboumc will no: >? doubt act as a'wai-ning to those gay young Lotharios; ?' who'incrcly for tlieir own amusement and without ' liny Bcfious'ihtentio'n in thedirection of matrimony,; wastcthotime ofybungladics who having been in the' ^market for /f foiv,-ycnr.f,rnrp; naturally anxious to go, .^''llr^Lcybpiiync,. the defendant in 'the notion, j^'h'.lias Jjust' terminated' sb disastrously for him,' fcVhawtaiiipjml with the young1 affections, i o£ UiWtfaiv plaintiff'in ft manner'cliai-aoteiiscd by cool - deliberation' niul a determination , not- to be . taken,ill' in the gi«at'lottery of Jiffy. Having been :i Miember of the Civ...

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Professor Quackenboss. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 4 November 1882

Professor Quaokoaboss Wheuk tlio Professor enme from originally, jor how'.; lie obtained the title of " Professor," nobody knew. Ho appeared suddenly in the villnge one dny, and / renting a small shop, ho hung out the signboard, - with I the- inscription, .'Professor. S. Qunckeiihoss, Phrenologistnnd Indian" Herb' Doctor," anil sat down to wait for business, which never enme. A week or two. afterhis arrival he determined to give a free lecture upon phrenology for tho purposo of introducing himsclf"to the people of tho com munity,, He; rented .riihajl and obtained. quite a Inrge audience. 'When tlie hour'-for1 beginning tho lccturo aiTivcd^r.tJiCM Profnssoi" mlvnn^il. ?v\ cx- , tlie,- '? '' audience to conift idc<vaii?' innd- perinit'Itim'lo'*c>:«' i%'< amine their skulls, nud toll Ihorti.whal wcAvtlicir .*> cii'ariu:tGristic8:; 1 Several wen offered tli<:ui<ti;lws " tliis ordoaV'nridil In; PfoVjffi&F contrived to I come'so" "...

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MISCELLANEOUS. Hawkesbury Grand Handicap. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 4 November 1882

lr;V"J!liMiSOBLLANBOUSi',,hui':-!i '.I'? ! ???<; f! .'-II! <£lll ; J 'Cfwmid j, j'Jj'trK, following, (from tlio /iKs/ra/ftuO i^tho riiSi'ili; of tlip liaiuilua]iliiiipr for (lib aluivo event, which'iw iftjVlw.fW ofl nt Frih'llold^on1' l'i'liioo! of ''Wiildx -Birthday.' A. li'iu'i'ol,' scraioh j lfi.: Iliaktyi.fjomtolr.i AY, Hicks, 11 yrirda ; IT. IIickH,, IUtcq Wooklj'i H ynrdit.j. Ts CJolliiiH,* ynrdH j, a. Stbttlbrl '5! yardH j ,U. Hicks; i() yard1) j'WvHyn-m, (I yrinlu jl M,'Donald, (i -yaril!); ;T.!A,lluii\ (1 yards j l'oudorgrnfjt,; 7 ynrdu j 1'. Mulloy, 7 yardo ; Mnyman,-7 yardi),1! Tlidinmon.^vfirtyJ ! NV^olliml,"/ yanls rU'V Hill,! 8 yiiuls ; 'J',' Gngon, 8- yards | Qmlinuij 8.yfirdR | A.', ?liast-, .jfMxWuW.;; CouifliiH, O .ynrdH rDnyoy, nl)i 'yftwW ABi^tgfo yards; .Hull; 0 yaitlH'} Itiiluni, ?!)i ym^MYifciJtbiV».VWl"! Couch, 10;ynnl.s;;/Horl:nn,> 10 yards! H.vftii, 10 yard* j llobiu'ifi, 10 yayds j JIIrt\vb]VldyKrdHj'!])nvi.s,tll)yrtitli)li. ll'o.M...

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In his own coin. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 4 November 1882

la his"oyra,ooia< %? I' sent!ongiiigocl /" htj asiceci offtho^/ottibs't .givrtiii.itlioVbav,/nn(i;/lln(HiiK«ifi..whsii'tj Hid piit'his Hftinwloiboxln.thg l'nck mul braeod himsolf for solid enjoyment'.' f" nriuwu (m .'r'" l>idfi8niit,Kdayj"i'Hiiid! tlio igivl,looming for iliiiri bofpreiUi'c oonldiKot't.his\tQrigno'«nkiiikixiv|l''Jlost bowiidorlug day, isn't it?" v j . Yo-yos; iniss,". fltftmiiioi'odMlio-.jtrummoi'. Kb was in thb bdbit''f)fjlillft.viiiy'jiit6]lor in-tills kind .o5 ialirtiatoh) ji'jid Hi^!p(i$itj^i^og:OTtohov tlidn'Cjiit him as tiglitly as liis.pautnj^djj^v^ . "Nice weatlioi: vfor ?vriyiilliiisft!.t) continued the "girl.." muolviiioor t-liiin whon'lt %fa.coM. '.Arc 'you perfectly comfortable 7",. " Oh, tUo 'tlrumiiior. / "rdsiiiik'dMhb '"girl,1' ohoerfully. " ?.'qu ffloik't' look, so. - Lot- mo put lhy shawl under "your li6n^.>vp>l?li^tij?S;if»!l|iieS'oftVi'»tl«or sit next to tliu,\vmd()\v.,and have nio.doseribo the landscape .tB-yoftlr'1""'/*' ' '....

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Disgraceful Affair At Dungog. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 4 November 1882

Disgraoe&l££fyir,At Duagog. The " Mai M and >M orem'y V' V D u tlgog cdrrespondoyt reports the following disgraceful affair:- r, r. ./. '\A iWinii'iiianWa fA^ilUmii^ l'ciTy,, a/lnhp.mer.'/iwas' killcd^iu'tho'quarry 'oh4 'tliej'lO.tlx ^'lstv'iibya' 'fall of ^rtljA-.Tho body wan romoved to tiio . courtlibuso, \\iibivnli iuqiicHt'.wnstiold'boforoWiT Gpronor Smith, niifl n 'verdict of nccidgtttilledcnth^vn1) returned. Deceased was omployecl''ljy'Mri. 1', .Volley, of Brook fiqld;^ Thoincnjmd bcoirwaniodttBhovfc timebefore of;tlio'clangorous ifeto iof tlio ground, but(u)ifortu . i)(^l3^oi\rorh{n^vn8 ;tiuhoedcpii| And''how I'will briefly inform you how tho'remains of-tillsVunfoJ'ti! nnto mriuhvero'.treated.1; >After tlio inquest Ihti.Qiilei1 .wns pivpiiJiy, the, coroner ,to an. imdortakbrto' bury tlie-bodvi but tlio pbliooj rbfiuod'to look.aftor it or @la\y iv io romaln. nt tlio Courthbuso until ' the confn \Vai liiadcir Tho.uudcrtakor?was told that ho cbultyputit ;iu somobod...

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NUGGETS AND DUST. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 4 November 1882

NU<X6.BTS AND? DUST. ! . pY IJOgSIOKKn. PEiiitAj?8 th'o best speech niadeftt; tlio'greatmeeting at tllo Masonic Hall tho other niglit.was that>inado by, ftfy.. M'JSlhono. Thpro could be 110 doubt pf.tlio siu ediity w]n6h'pi'bnVj)t6iVthoiiriBmhb(M'6£ tiio'hon. anil, .bblligerout inomboi1 ifor 'tho Uppor: llutito'r'in th'o tribute lio: paid, to > the . memory ;of ,P)'., Langand judging .from Mws.JJerald's:roport-i' hoji'ocoived ,inoro .ohcors than all'thd ' big'guim put .tdgcthbr.',Tli'py .had bppu't6ld',\^idMr.,M,Mtou^y>thafc'Dr.,-,Laiig hail died apbor'man, but lib not'so pobVias regards tho lovb.bf;,thb people of [this and othpr..Australian colonics." Truly-tlipro must havo tiboiiVbmething very loyablo .about tho ',mqn, whose "hibmpry " vyas Ho:atii;abtiT6fas .to draw ;tbgotheiv;tlie'heterogenous olombnts of which tho mooting was composed on Monday. .' ' 'ttv-/--'.; .'i /, . ' ' ? V # * .' '? . Dotitl$U^o:'bcou: vory busy> during ft]ib,rlaJ5t*.fow wcc!is ill ...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE NEPEAN TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 4 November 1882

TO TUI3.KDITOK OF TH ia an/t XM1JS. ;Siit,-Knowing 'that your paper bj|' your own manifesto " isintendcd ;tq. supply,a long folfjvnnt/." and " that th'o'cilitor does', not hold himself respon sible ; for.' tho'opiiuons lob correspondents," I fool -compelled to enter the breach 011 the above subject. You have stated that, it is impiety and-nctual blas phemy to ask the Tower (hat riiles tibovo lo shower ,du>yn' i.tho^blessings. \of ./his , plenty--llniu-when askcd"f6r; and that it is not withiii the functions of -the croatui'o to ask,for and-as you put it-dictate to the Creator na 'to'what ho shall or shall not do. I am not-going to-outer into thatsubject now, but 1 would ask you,' to pauso' bufore writing, your next article on this subject,-and consider tliot within 48 hours ,o£ the time,whoii'praycrs wero;oirorcd ,iip by moirtbbis of tho Anglican Mtli^ the rnih'camo, anil aud was General throughout'the Go[ony. . , Yo'uV Biiy arc> sdmothingTliko- the timoliibnored individual wh...

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PARLIAMENTARY. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 4 November 1882

rV : PA-RLIAMBNTARYf L-' THE AajqmMy (ulj^)ii:i[o(l; 011 Tuesday ? night iwft-nmttoi' df obuiio to'iniu'k (ho hoiiso of tlio loss fblt by'l'nvliaincut iiFiliQ untimely, clocun.sc .pf "MK'Wip.'-Ffts'lor:"'iJ '<.*: .<> >'iM-tU.i LI'.«.l i . 71 The,i motion* foiy adjournment ; .ww jiinllo^by. :Bir.; jloury/;l>ai;kos, lu.ipnq! ^tjipsd;, gi'ftoofulr spci^qhe^ iwliioli hqtknowii-?^6**>yoll-^lipvyVto jiiftkb^i'.'mid; iw;6iio WW lfstbncd'.tb it CQjil^hrtvojdot'eqltid jln itt'pollsHcil .poHqdsVthb;']16iil>1 tiiV"b|jtoriicssWtit twenty'years 'of .IJoHtionl-rivalry.ni(tt':i>pwbnaW6mli)«,ef^ijjil;') Ji'tiu Miv Aluxtiiidpi' .StparliHj^qomlctUthb mljbui'iimcnt .;iirtt-yolcb'<\vh'ioli!BHbol?wtK^^ir^ng^taflpn; hurt tlioliordpnnl ti-ibiitb iiv]jjoli lio.fojiiS;tlpjul ir|uiul! Mas-all tlunnord aflioatiiig, btScallso Ifcwfw "jib jtiimls thkably sjiiboroV' -. 1 p I'^'W'xsirfc "it ? "TliciadMirnmont, itri8;soarcoly nocossary.to'add, , wK^carncil a vary ...

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SKIMMINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 4 November 1882

SKIMMINGS. . Mora outrages;reported from ^Polynesia.. ,; Tlio njnuitfRctiu'^of cliampnguC iii Victoria fa n-wuniiig-largortihipiisions.'" . . . A groat intoniaticJiinr:,'fahcy,fair, is tolljo.iholdtin Molbouruo .to rofabltho inonoy ? necessary for' tlio brootion-of^-tho/Archbishop Gould memorial* towor 011 St.' Patricks. "'». . V < ' \f) . L «. Ojic oLtho mostusotul of Australian lives closed in i^tei 's death, ' ' ' , Tjio'^Aixihbishop ot Lyon/j .lias been; throatonod ^.Ith' n.mssiiiatibli by tlio Socialist?. . '/ 'V:'' nJt lwiLai(d Iioriign'i!''t;rUitbloa'nr'th<ui.HiglilaiKl8'0f Scot land.';'! .A'liortl.. .Wolsoldy'.'j'.rccoivwli .a: .most ohlhusinstic reception ;iu-London. , n i 1 [ . Mr. 'CHailstono insists -on. tlip cloture,proposals', [in the Uouso'.oi'OoninioiH. .Sir ^Villtam Macarthur bonr thefirst* yoar^oCftlio ;CC1»t,Uiy.1'** ; f ?\ " ».*.-«' .. 1 ,, Tlio steam collioi; .^Voniora foundorodion Saturday (jfygjij^ith:iti'lirindx. '^,K 1 'Navigator won tl...

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The Martyrdom of Canoeing. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 11 November 1882

j The,' IMartyr'ilbm^ of, .O^o'eiagf: ' WRITING of itho phaBtqniiig'an^ th'o sport of .canooing, ,thq .Npw.,-,X6i;lc ;aaya tr-t'fiNo one,can pp.a'.canopisfc,'\yUo does not -accept;, his . suffpring :choorfixlly. . Tlio ? man that complains;that blisters! aro .incom ,patiblojAvitlicomiort,,or wlipgrowa impatient wlion; the frying-pan rofusos. to ,bo, clqanod no .mattor how, yiolontly. lib/may scour'it,,!or .;whp /objects, to, the ^on^tant .combhita.fcipitf wot, .trpuseiq,andshoulders Bcorqlipd,by.t^io rsun, neyor;boconi,es;'a c.an9pist,jbut abajxdons i tlio sport i qu his third day of his,^ii'rat attempt ;at, cruising!,,;/Tlio .trwo, canpqist./ sirabrsjjiu. silence,,,or rather,, lio ;Si.nga . joyal^p^lma Avliil'otiii the fyruaoo,of, trial. i^Ylioii hq'jis capsized he:i lauglis aiul, regards/itV.a jplco. .:Ho;do6sinpt..spoa)k ofhis.biistorsj.but^'quiotly stretchesliimsolf pn his. faco( ,}Y j^on, lib',go.oa ,011? slioro, j;and .says,. that, lie, pollsters ^ tlio iposition.a jpeculiarly...

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A Chicago Novelette. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 11 November 1882

yt A Chicago Novelette. "MY own darling r : George W. Simpson 1 says these worcl« softly to liimsolf as lie lies in the hammock' tinder tho linden trees, the;Boft; breath of'' a' ; Juno zephyr kissing tho pearl-col orod pants. JJiat fit him so suddenly, and then" rioting i among the scarlet bank of roses that are climbing in fanciful ways aroixnd tho'pil^ lars ! tliat guard tho : entrance Ho' 'Distress1 Warrant Castle. f?lie of' whonr J spooks; tlibm'!-is ;a beautiftil '. girl1 . -with ;i'a 'duskyii piquantb face-a fiice that is'ax*'dh;' sparkling!' ftucVbright', as :biily ,;bhindtto 'fitces '"can be,I and1 over tho 'laughing facod's a' fluffy mass 'of ,dark' waving lia'irj while -'ft'"pair.[ of pansy davy.'eye's' with' golden' lights 'in their;noi't [depths; and sweetly curving1 lips tiiifced'with !the velvety crimson' of the rose; coiuplbto a' pipturo tlittt would mako ydur head1 swim. ' i ! ; Pearl M'Gloskey'is indeed beautiful; and !as1 slib comes singing 'along the gravelled :p...

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A Broken Fan. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 11 November 1882

A Broken Fan. Zuiana had - been down to; Monterey;for a few, days. X will admit it frahldy-whilo, . slid was gone I had been having ft Time.' I will further admit frankly that when she came back I said' nothing whatever' about what1 Time I had. _ .: But tho fingor of fat was poised above me.1 Zulana found mo out.. And this' was the way': . ' '. " ?'. : ?'' ' I: was engaged in skilfully disposing my locks1 over1 niy. marble coobanut,1 wlion i Ziilana entered.; A.s:! tho 'malpiinctnatod report said of !;Palmerstqn, " she'entered* in her hand,' a paper, in her oyo a' glare." ?< ? - I'saw'that glaro:ahd shuddored, i ' ?v "I; should like to know she 'began,"' in a somoAvliat high-keyed voice, "-1 should like to know what this moans;" | ! ! j1"-' - " Certainly, my dbar," X -raookly -replied, you shall'-as1 soon'as I know what it isi" ?' 'I was' not tooting; my . 'hornvory loudly' that morning;:.' ' I am Jan old bird, and:I fully: rocognise the' fact'when tho day is cold. " It i...

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An Eccentric Character. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 11 November 1882

Aa :Bo6entrio; Ohara'oteir. K M 'A' 'VERY ' occdritric5 'character litis,1 it1 soeins, lately passed away in Holland;'' ;Miv Klaos,' known by the name of the King of Smokers, diod the other, day. near* Eottondam. Miv Klaos had, according .to tho. Bolgiaiv papor p, amassed a lavgO; fortune au; tho linou trade,'' i aud ono porfcioiijof a,mansion ho,had oroctod iiioar Eottondam was devoted,to itho erection of;. ft i 'collootioii' of: pipesaccording to . thdix* nationality and olivonologioal jordor. . 'By his, .will, which ho. exoeutod shortly,ibetorp his death, ho dirootodithat,,all tho Bmbkors; in tho,i;colony should ; bo invitod to his funeral, and. that each shoulcV bo prosonted witlv toil pounds of ; tobacco and,Wo Dutch pipes of tlio newest fashion, on whioh should, bo ongraved tlio .namo,. arms, and date of doceaso .of the,,,testator, i; His rolativos,. irionds,; and funoral ;j guostp woi'0 strictly enjoined to keep their pipes, alight during tho .funoral.:ceremony, and ai'tonvar...

Publication Title: Nepean Times
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Mountain Dew. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 11 November 1882

Mountain Dow. . .I HAVE no objecshim to a man .parting hiz lmir in; the middle^ but,'I always insist upon him finishing up tlio. rjob bi woaring.a: short gown anil pettikoat;: r.-.u i ! . Ivuriositiy iz the gem ov sukces's, but there iz-a groat doalovidle curiosity:that: iz,noth ing* moro than active lazyness. v j. '.m .! Tlio1 man whonover takes, the chances .ami a going to loozo mutch, nor - ho ami a, going to win niutoh neither. 1 i Solitude is a good place for1 a man to; go j to once hi a while-to patch his- clothes, and iropent' ov liiz sins, i but - man ? never. was desighhod' for solitudo enny. more, than a bat. was designed to'ornamont aibanquet. : u; : Sukcoss is what wins. It.makes :ovon a. phool'appeaiVlikea wisoimaiii ; if Woman' iz a safoty-valve. Without- her man would" busst himself, and all' lcreaahmi, besides or would-try:liard to do it. - ; |Whenever1 yu soo a family with:the; woman .at tlio hod-ov:; it and ftho man iat tlio .foot,, yu will liiuV that the dautors. ...

Publication Title: Nepean Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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