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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 11 November 1882

LOCAL NEWS. ON Sunday and Monday afternoons there were extremely heavy thunderstorms, which did a deal of damage to fruit trees and gardens. At Springwood tliero were hail stones fell as largo as pigeon's eggs, and tlio young peaches were stripped off the trees in Mr. Martyn's garden as though they had been cut by a knife. The whole district is now looking romarkably well,, and there is capital prospects for the hay crops. BY an advertisement in our advertising columns, it will be observed that Messrs. .Wtttkin and Watkin will sell the balance of allotments on Penrith Park by public auc tion, 011 Wednesday next. The terms are exceedingly liberal, and the lots, which are admirably adapted for; building sites, are sure to be very valuable i s^me clay. A special train will leave Penrith at 8.5 p.m. for the convenience of intending purchasers. Wis are glad to be in a position to Btato that 110 local case of typhoid has resulted fatally since the date of our last issue.' Wo must repeat t...

Publication Title: Nepean Times
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A Fireproof Theatre. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 11 November 1882

A Fireproof Theatre ON the site of'.tlib : Occidental Hotel, known' to fame in the days of our youth as tlie Coal Hole (says the' Era), willsliortlybo com menced the building of a new -theatre.' : The designs for the establishments havo been prepared by E. W. Godwin* and tlioy have been approved by the Board of Works.' The theatre is to be entirely firo-proof. The "staircases are to:bo of iron or brick, tile, and concroto,.- tho curtain is to bo a perfect sheet of iron, proporly ornamented so as to satisfy tlie oyo ; all'tlie.doors,,to tho stage are,also to lie, of iron and so confident is.tlio nirclii toct, that lie assures us a barrel of tar or petroleum, and' a, few other combustibles', might be, placed in ...the' theatre without much rislci? Sovqn. 'years ago, Mr.; Godwin coikoivod the .klea of a triple sta'go, for tlio doing away with ' tiiose' ' waits; that aro. so .tedious, to. play-goors.,'" Tliis idea is to' Tbo carried; ,out in ,,'the now, theatre so that , thero. will bo....

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Penrith Police Court. MONDAY. Before Mr. J. K. Cleeve, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 11 November 1882

Penrith Polioe Court. MONDAY. ,.. I Before Mr. J. K. Oleeve, J.P. John.Cjuick charged with drunkenness, using obscene language, and exposing his person, was fined 25s; with the option of 15 days' imprisonment. ' \ FORGING AND UTTERING. James Dacom, a lad of 18 yoars, was clmrged with forging and uttering a cheque for £4, lbs. Sergeant Fowler deposed: On Saturday, 4th hist., l'rom information received, arrested prisonor in£High-stiToet; chargedhim with having- forged and; littered a cheque for £4 10s.,' piu-porting to be signed by Elarn Squires, and made payable to James Dacom ; prisoner had presented the cheque to Henry. Haigh ; prisonor made no reply to the, charge. . ..;... .... ^ " Henry 'Haigli,' .watchmakor, deposed : Prisoner came to my shop on the 27th of last1 month,' in ;tho iifternooh, and asked for a watch ; told him he could have a watch and chain for M; prisoner said he' would talco it, and presented him a cheque' for £4 10s.; saw there was no signature to the cheque; p...

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Honesty the best Policy. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 11 November 1882

Honesty the best Policy " MISTEH," began a sinall boy, as lie entered a Wood ward-Avenue grocory,' yosfcorday, " ma bought some mackerel lioro last uiglit." i " Yes." . " And in making change you gavo her-" " No, I didn't I I lmvon'b had a quarter, with a hole in it for a month." ; i "iBut ma says you gayo hor a-'" ; . " Don't beliove it-don't believe it 1 I romomhov'now. I gave; her. a. half-dollar, a quarter and a nickel.", i.!,;i. ; ; . " Ma says yon gavo her a. gold piece for a penny, and liereiit isi",;! ,);j ; ,;l ,j: ii'f:Good gracious alive ! so ,1 did:--so X did I il> remember now. that I ,gavoi!her,i a dollar bill and a'lot of small change. .< Bub,, what's your naniej and do. i you think you coijld cat: ;tliroo stioks of lemon,.candy? Ah, it.does me good tol find honesty and reward it." .

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TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 11 November 1882

TUESDAY.' Boforo Messrs. J'. D. Smglo, J. Thomas, J, K. Lotlibriclgo, and Dr, Duucau, J.s'P. Marfciu Gilligan was charged with failing to register a dog. Tho Sergeant explained that defendant had registered tho dog since the issue of the summons and the case was withdrawn; Mary Ami-Clark, John Burns, Sarah Lawson, William M'Cartliy, John .Robert Place, John Mitchell, Thomas Lewis, John Humphreys, Otto Woldren, James Warren, William Grant, Robert Smith, Thomas Smith, wore charged, with the same offence, o,ud tho eases were withdrawn for the same reason. Albert Miller for the same offence pleaded guilty and was fined 10s with 5s Gd costs. John Jessamon failed to appear to answer the samecharge, (two dogs) and was fined 20s with 5s 6d costs. Rebecca Morphett pleaded not guilty to the same charge and was fined 10s with 5s 6d costs. John Cried for the same offence was fined 10s with'4s 6d costs. Edward James Bissland, and Edward Payne woi'o granted hawker's licenses.

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Victor Hugo. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 11 November 1882

VioWHugo."/ . Yiotoii HUGO married liis fh'sfc cousin, Mdllo: Adela'Fouohor. His,,brother,,was desper. lately in i love with her. ? He,[after the wed ding, shot himsolf; death was preferred to tlio sight of' liiB love boing another's -wife, :ovon : though-the successful; rival was his , brother. Victor Hugo's only surviving brother; died in . the lunatic asylum. .. Victor, Hugo's! eldest daughter j was; drownod before;. the honey-' moon /ha'd iwanocl; her husband,, sooing, ,ho could not save .her, .voluntarily shared ,tlio saino fate.-Victoiv, .-Hugo's,eldest son fell, dead boforo life!s prime ;had;beon; reached!; the Matter's only, and lyoungor, brother prow cooded liim in tla'o gravo;,' Victor ,Hugo has ono daiightor. .-,:Sho is the.,very image of lior. mother. She was two-and-thirty bofore she marriod... An,,English)',, naval,, officer fell deeply in love: .with her ; she returned his love. Her paronts were opposed to tlio marriage. . As sho was of;age' their opposi tion .woiit f...

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SMALL DEBTS COURT, (Before, the same Magistrates.) [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 11 November 1882

SMALL DEBTS COURT, < , (Before, tlio same Magistrates.) T. Plunkett ,v. B. Kay; work and labor £1 19s Od; no appearance of the defendaht; verdict) for the plaintiff.

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MISCELLANEOUS. Writing for the Pross. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 11 November 1882

MISCELLANEOUS. Writing for the Pross. I. WHITE upon one shoot of the shoot only. Why ? Because it is ofteu necessary to cut the'pages into " takes " for the compositors and this cannot be done when both sides aro written upon. : ; " < ; II. Write clearly and distinctly,'!being particularly careful iri tho nmttor of, proper names, and words from foreign languages; Why ?. Because you have no riglit to ask either editor or! compositor! to'^wasto'' his time puzzling out tho rosults of your solfish illGSSi "l:;' ' " III. Don't write in a microscopic hand.: (Why ? Because'tlio; compositor lias to read: jit across his 'ciise, at (i distance i.of noarly two feotalso, because: tlio editor' wants'to make additions and other cliangos. ? - ? ' ' IV. Don't' begin' at1 tlie very top of tho ifirst p&gel1' Why? Because if you have' written a head for your article, tho editor will' probably want1-to change' it;'and if you1' havo not,, which is the better way; ho' must write'" onb....

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Penrith Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 11 November 1882

Penrith Municipal Council. The ordinary fortnightly , meeting of tho Penrith Municipal Council was hold in tho Council Chambers last night at 7.80 p.m. Present - Tlio Mayor, Aldormen Besloy, James Price, Smith, John Price, Cross, Stuart, and Evans. MINUTES. Tho minutes of last mooting woro road and confirmed. CORRESPONDENCE, i Tho following correspondence was read : -From tho Public Works Dopartmont stat ing that their estimate of .£680 included tho cost of laying down pipos; and erecting water tank. The letter, was recoived. I From the Inspector of Stock, North Rich mond, forwarding roport of Penrith Pound Yard, which was on tho whole very favour able. .The .letter, with tlio enclosed roport, was received. ' ' REPORTS. From the Woi-ks Committeo stating that, Wilcox had comploted' his contract 011 tlio Mulgoa Eoad, and recommending that I10 be paid; that John Byrnes bo paid .£8 for bridge in Station-street, and that Armstrong had been put 011 as a maintenance man 011 the Mulgoa Road...

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The Adjutant's Story. CHAPTER II, [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 11 November 1882

Tlic Adjutant's Story. CHAPTER II, THE noxt morning, after :fclid colonol liad " told off" prisoners," little 'Harding was marched into the orderly-room by the drum major; to be inspected and finally approved ofj' or, otherwise, by the commanding officer. Besides the' chief and' myself, who wore Bating at. the table, there were-several officers striding -'about,' and the boy's ap pearance' created quite .a sensation. He was , so different from the'unwashed' little tatterdemalions ' wlio iisually presented themselves for enlistment1 as drummer boys, As 'tlio' little fellow found! himself in the presence 'of'tlid colonel, lie1 uncdvered liis fair, teurly :lieadj | 'and bowed' politely. The old chief,1, utterly : taken1', aback, bowed: grimly iii return, while a smile came into; tlio laces of tho bfficors,' who.' wero ovideiitly amused at1,tho sight of: the stern,; grizzled' old cliief bowiiVg to a boy recruit across tho orderly-room tabid. ' " ; ':l;' ' . , This, boy,'sir j" " I expla...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 11 November 1882

COKKKSl'OXDENTS will save both themsclvc and those connected with this jonrnal a goocl deal of trouble by observing the following rule*: Correspondence, intended for publication in our news columns, should be addressed to the editor, while advertisements and business communications should be sent to (lie proprietor. While we .simil he glad nt any time to rceeivo for publication items of local interest, we shall freely use our privilege of excising any offensive allusions to private individuals. Libel-writing is such an CjJrQniely expensive luxury, that we cannot aitovd to share it with anyone else. Advertisements, except those coming from subscribers- anil responsible persons, must be paid for in advnnco. All communications must he accompanied by the real warnc'arid address of the sender. J

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 11 November 1882

ffqmin ©imfjs, vr ... ' ... MM' ,v 1 I' . JPOii »X'U=CE] E'JilOJr'XiBi ' Published every - Saturday Morning-, j; (CONTAINS .leading j articles; Ott, thoijrominont' j questions of tho day the latest local HOWS, , and \tolegrams ; humourous: extracts from American journals';-special correspondence and the latest Sydney Oommeroial newsr [ J; - Subscription 2s. 03. per quarter,'in advance. fuiis-omc^ " > '..nil i.) .:?;j11?;>i . -".! i Special Jobbing1 Department. THE proprietors of the tfepean ThneQ^nvo pro pared to execute printing of .every descrip tion. . Fosters, business , cards,bill-heads, ijro^ grammes, tfco.y /turned put,at';tho shortest notice,, with neatness .anddispatch.. ;.( ,, J,,i: , j .. Ohavgos as low as possibloi: Estimates furntshed. ~ W. LENNOX'S 7; HAY AN D" COR N i-il/ R;I£' HIGH S;ritEFiv;]?E?riiiTir. . j A LL kinds of PRODUCE alwiiys on ? ? ." ; ' lmndl ? ,STILL CONTINUES TO it AKB , ^ rZB.ST-CI.ASS BOOTS TO, ORDEU. fllUE very bost matorial used, 'and a goo...

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The Nepean Times, Published, every Saturday Morning. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 11. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 11 November 1882

Published, 'every Saturday ! Morning1. SATURDAY,'-NOVEMBER 11. IF tho,spirit of tho grand old.man who, a . few years ago, passed away from amongst iis, lull'of years and honor, had any voice . in ' deciding upon the shape which the momorial / proposed to bo raised to his memory,;, should; take, there is very little, doubt. .thaU'it.'would bo recorded in l'avor of one"'or'"moro technical scholarships for : working men; If ever any man lived in ?this. country whose' actions, while alive, . obviated tho necessity of. erecting a monu ::'merit'to his momory, it was Jolm Dimiiiore Lang; and ofhim.it might well be written, as. of Christopher Wren-si qwnrls vionummtum, vircu:nsj>ice. Upon tlio freo charter of our constitution, the name of Dr. Lang is inscribed in ? indelible characters;, arid it: , requires neither < brass ' nor .; marble to perpetuate,. the . famo which is- already enshrined in tho heart of the people. * # ;. ; * . i.: --I :: In these days , of .time sorvers ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 11 November 1882

R O Y A L F 0 R E >S T E It S COURT GOOD FELLOWSHIP, No. -131;' PENIUTH. ? The Bast and Cheapest Benefit Society in the District. '. Any person having been a member forsix months, and is good on .the books, is entitled to &1 Is. per week Sick Pay for tlio, fii-st six months, 14s. per week for tlio next six months, and after that date 7s. per week forany, period. .. .. A Funeral Donation of .-C25 is paid on the death of a member, to his widow or family ; .4115 on the death of a inembcr's wife. 'SCJALE OF WEEKLY FEES. ^ . Members paying Is. per week securing thereby doctor and medicine ; Oil. per week without doctor or-.medicine. .V; '>:.K ':'iV SCALE;OF INITIATION. , . '' V T r IS years and not cxcccding 20 0 10 0 , I I .; 20. " ?? : 21 0 10. «... 21 " " 22 0 11 .0. 22 .. > 1 23 0 12! (i 2!)' " " 2-t 0 18 II. 2-t. 1 (; i; ? ,, 25 o 15' (t ? : : 25 " " 21! 0 17 (i , 2(! " " 27 1 0 .0 ? 27 ... . " . ... " ' . 28 ] 1 2 0 . 28. , . " 2U 1 5 0 J 20 . 30 1 7 0 , , , HO " ?...

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Mistakes as to Persons. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 11 November 1882

l&isUlseVas to Persons AWKWARD mistakes aro apt to bo made by those who express themselves too freely about other people without knowing to whom they are speaking. . : .y v In one of the. London theatres, a gentle man sitting in the!same box; with another, whom ho did not know to be Lord North, askedlrim-. . ?; '/.Pray, sir, do you: know .wlio tliafc.mon-, strous: woman is who.has come into the box opposite ?!' ;, . -,v ,ii: ill:i -.wyy.- I',7 " Yes," said his lordship pleasantly, " pho ?is,my;.wife."/ r,(;, ..'.Vi '. Pardon mo, sir," c?:ied the gentlomaii, in horror,," pardon me, but . you,; mistake! I don't mean .that elegant lady, I mean that absurd-looking woman behind her.", H, ;; < f'.Tliat,". said .Ins Lordslilp,1 " is,. my daughter.', . : . It is said that William the fourth, who proceeded our .present Sovereign , on the , throne; was .onco kopt waiting outside a cer tain part,, of . Windsor Castlo, owing to a private entrance. being that ; evening, in cha...

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Oatmeal Drink. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 11 November 1882

Oatmeal Drink. THE proportions a Jib. of oatmeal to two cX three quarts of water, according to;the heat of the day and the work and thirst; it should he well boiled, and then a ounce or one and a . half of brown sugar added. If you find it thicker than you like, add three quarts of water. Before . drinking it shake up the oatmeal well through the liquid. In summer drink this cold; in winter hot. You will find it not only quenches thirst, but will give you more strength and endur ance than any other drink. If you cannot boil it you can take a little oatmeal mixed with cold water and sugar, but this is not so good ; always boil it if can. If any time, you have to make a very long day, as in harvest, and cannot stop for? meals, increase the oatmeal to £lb. or even flb^, and the water to three quarts if you are likely to be very thirsty. If you cannot get oatmeal, wheat-flour will do, but not quite so well." Those who tried this recipe last yoar found that tliey could get through more w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 11 November 1882

irVTCTAK'I'.l'Jl) ivClonornl tfovvnut nhonl. tlm Ijojtrtn ; ?.VV> ning ui! Douomljor, \,Api>ly'to iMliB. 310X0, ToitvlUi;' /. ?. i t 10!) .T" dWT.-Ilrown ,h'ih1 AVhlto t'nltlo Tup. Sliori XJ, tnil. Any .'powoM.Jini'lRiji'i'fiig liiiii, will Ijo pruxobuluil. , i i ! 200.- ' ? ;, 'w. wj'jna j ^ ' : rr i , r!,,.- * , i i 'QTI'JIAYj.101)into iny ]intl(look,'ll mumtlw iw,l O Wliilu lluifur, niiliniiiilcHl,!ilium! I2moiilh*<.iM, It not ruluii'iwl will l>u wild by imblfo miction, ' ' .M)\VA1ID'A«AMH, I f 200 liut.1(lutilmiiii':V. KooSing Iron clicapcv than ovur. n\ A, A\M I/lilS In soli 11 iff' 111 o tiolui ii'ii I oil STllUAX !!)7IIKI fwfollows Oft,!)«/ j 7fl..')«.:Oil.; Kfl, u. i on. .la. '.m. ., ioa. r.-s, oa. i«r. TTTTJ5 ilio untloivs).rtiod Storekeepers of ^_>L!'3J1'f* oVl'nW i.if.jind nftcrith6iKrtb;*oT,mbe]\ l^->. "" o\'ory ^VoUlicsclivy', c&eptf WoUifc-duy-s'-p'^viou.i to holidays. .in I i! | '' W. KULTON ! ,G. NASH , , ; r. . fn.wk/^Rftijft- ti :?...

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 11 November 1882

v OOMM ERGlAlu'i:ri i ,Q^O%(lB't.)Y-Bt<iiSt lOTj.SiiwQX'-HtivcQts.'Sy^.nevi ro)Kirt» linviiijj sold' by mtel ton, for' 'tho'woiik ouuliig Nov. 8t]i, .188JM- ' ' i I Qat'oiUlfa.v't froiii'-is'lldilo ,7s Ret t. j WhonU'ii .Hay, (is iid to (in lid/ <> m r> 7; | Bnlc iSlrnw, !Ih to lis !Ul ...p ! Luoornb.'ls to la ml . Onton .ClmlV, "S-Id to lis'Id , , i Mlsbd' Clmfr; Hs'l'd to fi.s 1 v | I'otntnos, 7s |ld to lis ~ ? JHDoKWcbii^ias lo.i&ftrrx'A Hundlo do, lOs tid IO.ITh lid | Kof|l, tlo,| o, J , 'j .,,.. 1 , r i Bakors do, 11h 0(1 to .tils ' i j JVt niulillnlls, iCH to ,C-L. . , . . . j . | ITih IO 18S''1' ' j Mnixo, -is to -1st fid ' | 1 Lucorno I lily Htonrty.1 Fnir dunmiul. j ! ?i 'Orvtoii Buy; Straw, wuVQlmlt HQlll»K:thU-,wuok. nv rudtiood prices, ow,lug tu lnrgu niTivnl.-t from otlior colmitoH,".. .j." 1 ? i1' | { .lOvory lino ot liorsa food vory. llub tills iweuk mnisio plentiful. I i

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Wattle-Bark. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 11 November 1882

"Wattle-Bark. 1 : ! Mn. B. 'A. Moss/tanner and manufacturer, of Avmidale,, wlio has for many yoavaboon ' engaged' ill' tlio leatliev- trade, claims the v; attention of agriculturists to recent com mercial reports concerning the scarcity of wattletba^k. Jessys. Hooper and Son write !%(Febraai'y, fi'oni London':-11 are run out of mimosa, " and prices have ruled so ? ..high thatJt ,will pass out of. use ;unless supplie^increasei"'It appears to be.,running! slibrii^' in 'its ,'imtiye couiitryif' so,' 'Australia ' wili^'be'''pctafry'.'oiffor 'toihiik'S.'" T Local, roports,; show// tlip-.t the dearth is causing several - tanners to abandon their |trade,;] .,Jdiid!,)',withJ1 regard to prices this week, bark ^ ofq good quality was worth £12 per'ton in1 tlio market. Mr. Moss refers to the ; report of a Commission, who, in 1878,; made inquiries regarding ;the cultivation of' the wattle, when it was found that much bark ^.jvas/wasted., The Commission recommended i the, i planting! of. several....

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MISCELLANEOUS. De Balzac's Widow. [Newspaper Article] — Nepean Times — 11 November 1882

MISCELLANEOUS. VD& Baiaao's" Widow DE BALZAC'S widow was buried by charity. The wliole_truth has come out. Slio had, in her own right, .612,000' a year. Her only child married Count Muiszeck, who had,£12,000 a,year. No children issued from this "marriage. Tlireo years ago Count Mniszeck became paralyzed. Two years ago Mdme, de Balzac became paralysed, management of both estates fell into Countess Mniszeck's hands. She could not live oil £24,000 a year. In two years she not only, ran through both estates (worth £800;000); but got several hundred thousand pounds in debt. Executions fell, thicker than flakes in a Bussian snowstorm, into tlio house. . Mdme. de Balzac 'moaned: "Do riot soli yet.'1 Give me thirty days re spite,: before they expire I shall bo dead and buried'." : vBhV) tliroiigli a friend's influence got this delay. Six-aud-twenty days aftei* war'ds she 1 departed this' 'life. : The law's officers invaded ilier house ; neighbours fol-1 lowed,them. ,,.Tlie former se...

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