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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 2 January 1888

A. G ETH A M, THE PEOPLE'S TAILOR, IN llianjyng the public of Braidwood am? surrounding JJistriut for their liberal' (support kuicc lie has stinted Business in Draidwood, ?wishes it to be understood that lie is in NO WAY CONNECTED with any DRAPER OR TAILOR, as they class themselves, nnd also unites tlie Public to inspect liis STOCK OF OVKR 100 TWEEDS, from which they can clioosc their own Patterns a»d avoid being compelled to select fi-mu pattern cards. A. G. further wishes to draw tlie public attentiou to liis GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES. TWEED SUITS, to onler (liaiid milts) ? £3 3 0 TROUSERS, to order ? 0 10 0 TKOUSERS & VEST, to order ? 3 13 0 A. -3. vishes it Iks distinctly understood that he keeps no Machines, and customers may rely upon their orders l»eing executed us hitherto with all hand sewing. Pioneer JiPC j waiiace and Coach Factory,^^^^^^^ Braidwood W. BRIDGEMENT, Proprietor. WH, , in thanking the Public of Braidwood for their liberal support for...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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OUR TELEGRAMS. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) MORUYA. MONDAY, 6 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 2 January 1888

OUR TELEGRAMS. (FBOM OtJB OWN COUKUSFOKDENT.) MORUYA. ilONDAV, Cr.M. The following arcibc iioiniuntioHsfortbe Moruya Annual Races : — OPENING UAKDICAP Carlo Fermanagh Fidelity One Ingersoll Giovanna Shareholder Red Deer Kameruka Hidden Treasure Mark Tapley Patch the cur. Angler Dollar Novice Examiner Allandalc Shareholder Friction Lemonade Mark Tapley Minstrel IIANDICAT. Fermanagh Dollar Nonce Fidelity One Arbutus Examiner Forest Queen Ingersoll AUandole Reed Deer Kameruka Hidden Treasure Patch HURDLE RACK. Friction PeU Hidden Treasure Fermanagh Mark Toplcy TOWS PLATE. '' Dollar Novice Examiner Mark Tapley Patch Forest Queen Ingersoll Allandale Shareholder Friction Kameruka Lemonade l'CBUCASS1 PUESE Fermanagh Dollar Novice KiUilloo Arbutus Lebraid Ingersoll Giovanna AUandale Rod Deer Kameruka Hidden Treasure Patch

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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CABLE MESSAGES. LONDON, Dec. 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 2 January 1888

CABLE MESSAG-ES. ? ^ ? (From, the Sydney Papers.) London, Dec. 2C A terrible disaster has takeu place in America. A river steamer on tbe Mississippi caught fire, aud was burnt to the water's edge. The rapidity with which tlie flames spread, caused a dreadful panic among the passengers, many of whom leaped over board aud were drowned. The total number of lives lost was 90. The concession offered by King Milan in the uew political Constitution for Servia, giving Hie' Skuptscliina, or national Assembly, the' right to conclude alliances, lias secured a majority in the Chamber for the Constitution. M. Risties, the Prime Minister, admitted liis friendship towards Russia, but he declared tliat he sunk bis personal feelings in view-of the necessity ior retaining tbe friendship of Austria. 3)bc. 27. A Native Cougress, wliich has beeu convened to liseuss tlie existing legislative system iu India, 3oinmcuced its sittings at Allahabad to-day. The President of the Congress, in his inaugural spee...

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LONDON. MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 2 January 1888

LONDON. Monday. Two hundred convicts are employed In fortiny ing Suakim. Twenty five privates of the Berkshire regiment paraded the streets of Kilrush, County of Clare einging God eave Ireland. The police interfered and dispersed them. Tho soldiers and mob defied the police, cheering loudly. Several Sheikhs in the Soudan have offered to submit to the British and agree to trade pcacably if Osmui Digna and the Dervishes are expelled. Austria intends placing twelve monitors on the Danube. The SlANDAED states thatan Australian shipping firm of tome standing is in difficulties. The etti BMteAlUbiUtiM fttnonut to £120,000, Later. Tho intelligence from America regarding the in surrection in Mexico turns out to bo a huge hoax. A Sudanese refugee has offered to restore Gene ral Gordon's clothes and a number of documents to the British Government Hois being concealed at Berber. A mutiny has broken out at a gaol at Burmalr The guard was overpowered by the mutineers. Seven of tho latter were ki...

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SYDNEY SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 2 January 1888

SVDNEY SaTCKDAY. I The following are the results of to-days s races : — I Uckdle Race. — Belhinger, 1 ; Graiidcourt, 2 ; [ Yadbro, 3. I ^Flyisg Handicap. — Steeltrap, 1 ; Tuscavora, 2; I Spice, 3. ! ? Sellisc Race.— Phaon, 1 ; Komisk, 2 ,- Miner, i 3- I Cabbikctox Stakes.— Plutarch, 1 ; Esperance^ 2 : Vespasia, 3. ; Ladt Caebikgtos Prize. — Rudolph, 1 ; Dalley, 2; Veta, 3. Ladies Bracelet.— Steel Arrow, 1 ; Charcoal, 2; G lent worth, 3. Thursday, 10.30 p.m. At the Hoinebush Stock sales yesterday C80 cattle were yarded and prices advanced 15/- per head. Best beef was quoted 27/- per cwt and best bullocks brought £13 to £14 7/- and others from £6 12/. 18,630 sheep were penned. Best merinos brought 12/-, others from 3/8 and cross-breds from 10/2 to 16/6. The weather continues intensely hot. New Year's Day was ushered in with the custom ary rejoicings, the streets last night being thronged with people. Watch-night services held in a large number of churches. At midnight the usual dis co...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 2 January 1888

READ WHAT THE LEADING IfUufUnb sM bntiHiolo ofll. '?Xo Mclieine introduced to the public lias ever met willi Uic success neconioii to Vr. Soule's American Hop Hitters, ii Eta:iJs to-day Die best known curative article in the world It is famous by reason of its inherent virtues. It does ail that js claimed 1' r :t.' ' Gextlruek, — So inoilicbie lms one-half Hie sale ami give* such uuireniiil satisfaction asy uir American Hop Bitters. As several re uiiii ksiblc citrus liavc becu made here, there tire any number o£ advocates f r your medi cine.' ? ?' 1 have constantly used American Hop Kittei-s for the past fo'ur years iu cases cf in digestion, debilily, weakness, and in all diseases -iau6ed by poor aud bad ventilation, want of air ami exercise, over-work, «nd loss of appotflc, with the most perfect success,' ?'Tire greatest uourii-liinp tonic, appetizer, stretigtueiier. ind curative knuwn to the medical piofessiou is Dr. Boule's American Hop Bitters.' ' For all cases ol diseases ot th...

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Sensational Shooting Case at Port Melbourne. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 2 January 1888

Scusational Shooting Case at Port Melbourne Melbourne, Friday. — A sensational shooting case occurred to-night on the American ship Earl of GrcuGeld, lying at the Port Melbourne pier. Cap tain W. H. Copp is accompanied by his wife aud two children. At Liverpool he shipped Henry Abbott for the round voyage as cook. Abbott de manded to be off at Vancouver, and struck the captain in the street, for which he was imprisoned 10 days. On arrival at Melbourne he became im portunate. This evening, after strolling on the jetty lie went on board, and proceeded to the poop, where the captain was standing. He demanded the balance of his money aud discharge. This was refused, aud he was ordered off. Advancing with in -5ft. of the captain Jie drew a revolver and tired The shot struck tbe captain obliquely in the chest aud glanced off, leaving 'severe bruises. The captain rau to the cabin for a pistol. His wife hearing the shot, hurried the compauiouway push ing her children before her. Abbott fire...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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For Mental Prostration. USE HORSTORD'S ACID PHOSPHATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 2 January 1888

For JUctitii! I'i'ostratioti. Use HorcsrouD'sAciD 3'nosrHATE. Dr. II. Walker, Aucklaud, X. Z., says : 'I have fouud it to act very well in severe incutal prostration ami ucrvous depression. I fiud it iinlispeusaWe in my ]n-acti:e, having taken care ful observations of its action for over twelve months.'

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Braidwood Land Board. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 28. (Before A. O. Moriarty, Esq., Chairman, Jas. Aldcorn, Esq., P.M., and J. W. Bunn, Esq. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 2 January 1888

Braidwood Laud Board. Friday, December 28. (Before A. 0. Moriiuty, Esq., Chairman, Jas. Aldcorn, Esq., P.M., aud J. W. Buuu, Esq. Alex. Kyne, C.P. Two portions; 80 acres, parish of Larlicrt. Postponed till next court. J. K. Uiissingthwaighte, C.L. ; ii~-4l acres, parish of Lacbert. Repoitwl for non-residence and enijuiry resumed from a previous court. John liassinutliwiiigbte, riie father of tlie ies-see, gave evidence in substance as follows : — The LthI is all fcnceil witli a wire fence and packed logs ; the wire fencing is about 2 miles ; tlie lessee has a farm nt Long Swamp, and when lie is at home he rceMi'.s on the land in «j»«sijon ; we all rent the farm at Long Swamp ; my son is at home alxtut every week, and sel «lom more than a fortnight away ; be is at pre sent nt Long Swamp, cutting wheat. Recom mended for forfeiture. i'eter I'lreucu, u.l'. an acres, pansn or -Minero; in virtue of a freehold. Peter Ffrcncli, a son of tliu Ulc I'eter Ffrcncli, the conditional pur chaser, ...

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Cricket Match. (FROM A CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 2 January 1888

Cricket Match. (Fbom a ConaBsrosoEST.) A cricket match was played at Araluen on Box ing Day between the Bourketown Cricket Club and an eleven from the Rcdbank club, which re sulted in on easy victory for the latter In one innings and 30 ruu». Cumberland bowled well for the Bourkctown club and Skehan and Buckley for the Redbank. Mahcr, Zollner and Barnett played well for Rcdbank, the hitter again ploying a not out innings. We have played three matches and this player has only lost his wicket once, now having the splendid average of over seventy. Following arc the scores : — REDBANK.— Jsr. Isni.vos. W. Smith, b Cumbetlaud ? 5 D. Adamson, c and b Cumberland ? 3 J. McFadden, b Cumberland ? 3 B. H. Zollner, Lb.w, bCumberland ... 10 F. J. Barnett, not out ? 27 B. Ruckley, e Hickcy b Cumberland ... 0 M. Skchan, b Cumberland ,., ? 0 T, McFodder, c Hawke b Cumberland ... 0 W. Alley, b Cumberland ? 0 P. Malier, b Gardiner ? 9 A. Watts, b Mullins ? 1 Sundries ? 11 Total ? 09 BOURKETOWN. 1ST IN...

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Daniel O'Council at the Bar. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 2 January 1888

Dautol O'Councll at the Bar. An extraordinary anecdote is told by Mr. Fitzpatrick of O'Couuell's experience at the bar. One of the famous advocate's earliest professional triumphs was at TraJee : — ' Tlie question iu dispute touched the validity of a will which had been made in arlkulo mortis. The instrument seemed drawn up in due form, the witnesses gave ample confirmation that it had been legally executed. One of thmn was an old servant. O 'Council cross examined him, and allowed him to speak on in the hope that he might say too much. Nor was the hone disabnoiuted. The witness had already sworn that he saw the deceased sign the will. ' Yes,' he went on, ' I saw him sign it, and surely there was life in him at the time.' The expression, frequently repeated, led O'Connell to suspect that it had a peculiar meaning. Fixing his eyes on the old man, ho said, ' You have taken a solemn oath before God and man to speak the truth, and the whole truth ; the eye of God is upon you, and the ey...

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Braidwood Land Board at Araluen. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 2 January 1888

Braidwood Laud Board at Araln-vii. The Local Land Board hold a sitting in Araluon to investigate the case of Mr. McCann, who bad applied to purchase an unnecessary rond of about two acres. The cose came on for hearing about two months since in Braidwood, when a petition was handed in by Mr. Handcock, ou behalf of a number of tlic inhabitants of Aralueu, who stated that the road in question was absolutely necessary to them to get wood, and that the closing of it would shut 1 irp oil access to over 5000 acres of public land. On that occasion the Chairman adjourned the heariug, j stating that tbe Board would visit the locality and I take evidence on the fipot. This wan accordingly done hist Saturday, when 'Mr. Moriorty, accom panied by Messrs. Aldcorn and Buna, -drove to the Bpot, a little to the north of Newtown, behind the old Araluon Hospital, They inspected the land, a spur of tlie mountain containing about eight or ten acres of land, aud then adjourned to the Court hbuse,-where th...

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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 2 January 1888

GENERAL NEWS. ? « ? '^Physicians of all schools use and recommend Dr. Soule's American Hop Bitters. Test them.' The tramway earnings for the Christmas holi days) this year are considerably larger than the earnings for tlie previous Christmas, the increase of business being ascribed to the exceptionally fine weather which prevailed ou this occasion. Last year the weather was ratlier wet at Christmas time. The return submitted to the Railway Commis sioners on Friday shows that the earnings on Christmas amounted to £829, as against £784 last year ; on Christinas Day to £582, as against £223 ; and on Boxing Day to £1COO as against C556— making the total sum for this year £3017, as against £1563 for last year, or an increase of £1454. Inquiries into tbe alleged massacre of Armstrong the Government agent on the labour schooner Ariel, at the island of Mauoba, show that there is no proof of Armstrong's death, the native boatman having entirely contradicted his former statement. Searle has t...

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WON BY A NECK. CHAPTER I (CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 2 January 1888

WON BY A NECK. CHAPTER I (Continued.) A free-and-easy story to a sailor in a small fishing boat (backed up by a silver coin) about having falien over from the ship's boat, and he stood ou turret firma. Having dried his clot-lips at a small wine shop which the frie.v1)y fisherman showed him, and left his ' rope's end ' behind, niter securing the only small bed-room tlie place could boast, he walked quickly, his heart beating with (he elation of success and the joy of anticipation. to the home of his beloved Helen. On entering the house, he was not slow to nerceive that soinRthinir wns amiss. Tlie women servants were in tears, the man wringing his hands and calling on every saint in tlie calendar. Brushing past them, and -with a heavy foreboding, he opened the door of tlie countess's apartment unan nounced, and looked round for the one object so dear to him. Alas ! she was no longer there. In a few passionate words her mother, coming hastily towards him, explained her absence, placing...

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Boxing Day Races. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 2 January 1888

Boxing Day Races. The maiden meeting of the Braidwood Amatucr Jockey Club came off on the Racecourse on Wed nesday last and was a great success both financi ally and otherwise. There were not nearly so many people in from the surrounding portions of the district as usual during Christinas week, nor in deed was the influx of the young people from other places to spend their holidays amongst us so numerous as in former year.'. This taken in con junction witli I lie fact that tlic circulating medium j a not an plentiful its it might to contribute largerly ? to the comparatively small uttoudaucc at the races. Notwithstanding these adverse circumstances the gatekeeper, who is after all the greatest sufferer irnnprallv hv thr. Sn^k nf attmidaimG nn nncasions such as the one in question, hadn't much reason to complain of. The day was insufferably hot, just the sort of day in fact to suit the publican's all to pieces. After standing on the course for an hour or so exposed to the scorching r...

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A Horrible Tragedy. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 2 January 1888

A Horrible Tragedy. Melbourne, Monday. — A horrible tragedy oc' curred at the Yarra Bend Lunatic Asylum ou Saturday evening, which resulted iu the death of a warder named Archibald Hunter, who was in charge of one of the cottages for idiots. Hunter, it appears, called iuto his bedroom one of his patients named Howard, a man about forty years age, wlio was in the habit of assisting to make the beds, and the door was locked after them. Howard left the room subsequently and locked the door after him, and an notliuig was seen of Hunter, an examination was made, and it was ascertained through the window that he was lying in a pool of blood ou the floor. The door was forced open, and un examination disclosed tliat there was a fearful ua.aU on the man's head, and six: stabs about liis body, of which two would be fatal, one being cansed by the passage of a knife through tbe lungs, and another through the liver. All the wounds were of a desperate character, and would hardly have been caused ...

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SENTIMENT AND HUMOUR. WHEN JIM WAS DEAD. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 2 January 1888

SENTIMENT AND IIVJIIOHR. WHEN JIM WAS DEAD. 'Hit earved him right,' tho uabors scii, An' 'bused liun for tlie life he'd led, Ah' him a, -lying thar at rest With not a rose upon his breast ! Ah.! monny cruel words they scd When Jim was dead. ' Jcs killed hJBsolf.' ' Too mean ter live.' They did'nt have one word ter give Of comfort as they hovered near . An* gazed on Jim n -lying there ! ' Thar ain't no use to talk, ' they sed, But suddenly the room crowed still, While God's white sunshiuc seemed to fill The dark place with a glctim of life, An' o'er the dead she beut — Jim's wife ! An' with Jier lips close, close to his, As tho' he knew an' felt the kiss, She sobbed — a touchin' sight ter see — ' Ah ! Jim was always good ter me !' I tell you when that cum ter light It kinder set the dead man right ; An' round the weppin* woman they Throwed kindly arms of love that day, And mingled with their own the shedy The tenderest tears— when Jim was dead. —Atlanta Constitdtios.

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The Condemned Woman Collins. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 2 January 1888

The Condemned Woman Collins. The case of Louisa Collins, who was recently convicted of the murder of her husband, was brought under thp notice of the Full Court on Fri day, with of view to geting the conviction quashed. As no points were reserved at the trial, the Court was appealed to upon what is technically known as a motion fora 'writ of error,' and the grounds stated were that evidence waa improperly admitted of tbe death, by arsenical poisoning, of the prison er's first husband, aud that during the trial a telegram was handed to a juryman, which was not first opened and rend by the Chief justice who presided. After a considerable amount of discus sion as to whether the first ground could ba legally submitted, Mr. Rogers, Q.C., leading counsel for tlie prisoner, withdrew it and addressed the Court upon the second grounJ, but jieUlier he nor the counsel M'ho were present at the trial could give any definite information us to the concerts of the telegram. After luncheon, however,...

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Weekly Calendar. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 2 January 1888

Weekly Calendar. n.^.mfn,«w^i, Daysof I Sun Sun Moon's Dayeof the Week Mo^th E[se8- SoU- Age- Wednesday ? Jan. 2 i 65 7 13 k '^ Thursday ? ' 3 i 66 7 13 2 JFttDAV ? „ 4 4 57 7 33 3 Satoedav ? 5 4 58 7 H 4 SmrtUY ? 6 4 58 7 14 S Monday ? , 7 4 59 7 14 6 Tcesday ? „ 8 5 0 7 14 7 moon's toase. Moon's first quarter, Jan. 9, at 10.45 a.m.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 2 January 1888

1-UENER BEOffflRS AND JONES. ?H ^^^ ^?W^M' ^^^^» - '' AND NOW TO THE ? ..... , a.,j „ Wn-« mno-P of the Best Hosiery, Gloves, Braces, Undervests, ? ? ? THrKiElR STOKES. You arc invited to walk throughtticsc Magnificent Bulling*. ENTERING the DRAPERY DEPARTMENT from Auburn-street E the first thing that will attract your attention is the immense as- ^ ?ortmentof ^ ^^ ^^ T As we stated b our last advertisement, we get all our CTotlung made to ot owu melu^ements and ideas direct from the manufacturers, thus it is ^ The Little Boy's Suit you get from FORNER BROTHRES and JONES, for , The Y-£tK Kntr^r Suit you buy for 15/-, you pay n for ] The GtnJie'man's Suit you get for 25/-, you are asked elsewhere 35/-, and so on. Furner, Brothers, and Jones , are remarkable for the CHEAPNESS of their Clothing. WE NEXT VISIT THE Mercery and hat Department. Wpvp our uniform rule of ' Small profits and Quick Returns aiso pre 'ils We studytiie fashion in this department, so that you can always depend upo...

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