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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 27 February 1889

£50 reward £50 fraud & deceit. In order to protect tlie people from being defrauded and cheated, the American Hop Bitters Company offers the above Reward for the arrest and conviction of any person or persens refilling the American Hop Bitters Company's bottles, and for selling any vile nostrum or compound as the genuine a id original Dr. Sou e's Ameri can Hop Bitters, or for counterfeiting the Company's Label — a Bunch of Green Hops on a White Label, with Black Letters. DR. SOULE'S HMER1CHN HOP * BITTERS (A. MEDICINE, NOT A DRtNtO, CONTAINS HOPS. mJCIIU, MANDRAKE, MANIlIiLIOf.. ASD Tilt! l'CREBT AND 11IST M:;»ICA1, QUALITIES OF 4Mj OTI1BH BlTTIMtS. All Diseases of tlie Stomach, Dowels. Blood, llw, Kidncvs and I'rtnary Orjrans, NervousneM, blit'liless ntss, R'uiale Complaints and DruakeiluCES. THOUSANDS UPON THOUSANDS!!! ol testimonials ol the most wonnciful cures, volun t irily sent us, « do not publish them, as tlicy do not make the cure. It is our medicine. Dr. Sale's Ame...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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LONDON. MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 27 February 1889

L0ND03S. J.IONDAy. Russia dem.-mds tlie Shah's permission to construct a railway into Persia. I A 3lom:in Catholic priest 1ms linen atTosterl for inciting tenants to withhold the payment of their rente. Bismarck declares that it is impossible tlint the tfamoiui question will cause a rup ture between Germany and America. The reported dibpatch of ;i German squad ron to Samoa lias been confirmed. Houston, the Secretary of the Lush Pa triotic Union, employed Pigolt to obtain Parncll's letters in Paris. Cross-cxnmination indicntcjj that Pigott forged tlic letters. LiVTlih. The result of Piggott's cross-examination hii-s produced a tremendous efl'oct on the public, and will materially tend to advance the Homo Rule cause. The Socialist societies in Paris arc collap sing through internal dissensions. Vnnbery, theomincntHungarian traveller, states that Russia is extending the trans Oispiaii Railway closer to the Afghanistan frontier, which she will will use as a pretext to provoke a quarrel ...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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The [?] Cold Mining Company. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 27 February 1889

The Bargnc dtuld ftliitlng Conumuy. We wore present on Satnriluy aftoruoon at tho preliminary oponiug of the above Compaiiy'ti crnsb i)g wo^ks at Sfnjora Creels. The works aresiluatcd abou^tf'jjuiirXer Jofsa- jiiilo frdm tlie-UuiteJ Miuera' roof Jjfiid half a-tnilo-froui Da^uo's oldvWpf oji i the cnsteniJsiflc. BotJi 8-I ihoBetepis prevail' ycryjiicli - , during ilie time^ieyiwero ^oauerly «oi|»-il, Soine toi|6r1^iW\'io ypni-B ago. Tjijipnly obsMoJc tolhe jconitonrop'tif -»bMoivi 'N^wyfo^wptsjJvttnAfiifco; of pfyritis whiefi -upilra; too irWraoToryTO sucqess fully treat nt ihV*i|i|gJljy any process thciiiiiigc. Jiotii mines Jiaa tlioreiorc to «c aljatmoncJ, and' lnive Jain idle for several years until the present company was formed to work them again. They have commenced on what was formerly kuovvn as jhs^iiitcA - Mi ijf -alu.'oef, ..whicji was -tKoe«liiigly rtcli, Wio vuii^iiowever.linviug 1icen vcrj' narrow. Tho Company have siink onthi roof audit htis broadened out. The shaft is ...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 27 February 1889

GENERAL NEWS. A iclejjrani froin Hrisbiine on Friday snys : — A srnsatioii'al else nf fnracry came to light at tlie p:)licc contt to-iluy. 'Two'brolln.'1-s iiaiocd .lat-kson were c!iai%'eil with forging ihc name of Robert Wil koii to ihu lci»o -»f a fariii \'alucd at LIU, 031), from which they rcnpi-d .?'. ..? ?maijcrable mm. The cs taU- was willed by Wnmjii tn his son. a were child, Wilson being drowmvl in the wreck of th» K«ila warm. Tin; tivn .Tackwini were arrested, ami a ihinl i« wnnici. Harry Jaokson. tbn third brothitr, is believed to be in Sydney. The Viu'ion-iti Jiovenimynt have tole^ra|iliud to the Premier. Mr. ))ibbs rcijnestin!,' tn be iuformcil whotlivr Ki'w.S :-iuli Witles will join with Victoria and S'Mith Aii?t i-alia in die eicciun of a wine kiosk at llic Paris Kxhibitioi:. Mr. Bibbs has telesra]-hi.d, in reply, that while t h:mking the Govermncut uf \'ictoria for their oonrtcsy in ran nesting Kew South Wivlva Vo join in tneir proposed work, this ('Juverjiineiit dou...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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Braidwood Land Court. FEBRUARY, 26,1889.(Before A.O. [?](Chairman),J.Ald[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 27 February 1889

Itrnidwood Land Court. FKimr-uiY, 20, 18S9. -Ucforc A. O. Moriarty, Esq. (Chairman), J. Ald ci-ra, Ksi3.,-P.M., aiidj. \V. liunu, Esij., d.V.) John Burke,' CP.',' in Kovcmber ! 888, eavuat lodged and dealt with. Mr. A. JlauUm gave cvi (Imiee in the matter as follows : — I know the C.P. SS-2S taken up by J. JJurke, parish of lloiigu ; visited it on «25th February, !SS0, and found the following improvements : 25 acres ringbirkcd, L2 10s ; the fencing has been burnt doivu but a portion of two rail fence was standing which I value at L7 os ; it is very oU' ; there were no other improvements. Confirmed on payment of L9 1 3s for improvements. iV'ter Roberts, Jup.r, C,l'., 130 acres, yovtion 14S, Larbert. The i jurat ion was as to siiiiieieuey in iuioi.-jvcHiciiLt. i-^vtr ivoi-cn,s gave cviucucc as follows :— llie iiuprovements consist of 30 chairis of fencing, L10 50s ; riucbai-kiuii, oue shilling an acre. 1M 10s: also, tlic sudceta lui™ aH l««n ruinnveili cost L12; Ifli) acixiit for pack...

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A Woman's Revenge. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 27 February 1889

A Womau's Kftvt'issr*. Atlcluide, Friday.— A young girl uuuicil Scliua. Cockinj,' appeared in the Snpivme Court to-day chavgeil with tliitjwiug oil of viiviol ovvr Kredcrick Wheatli'y on February 0. Sclina met Whcatley iu I Runrlle-street. and asked him to return a pound he ' ha-l borrowed from her, und also to support her child, of which lie was tlie father. He refused to acecue io ncr request, anu sao men went away, pro cured a bottle of vitriol, and, returning, threw itisi Ms face, saying, ' Take that.' The defence was that Cocking purchased the vitriol to poisjii herself, j and iu eonserjuciice of \Vheailev4iH-treat1nent. She ! was aliout to drink it in his p}ltt-iiice; when another J girl iianicl Pickitt seized heirljy the arm, causing j her to Bpill ihe lifjiiid over Whcatley. The jury j found the prisoner guilty, umler great provocation, ! and consiilerei! there was intent to disfigure. Judge Doucaut, iu delivering judgment, said that the \-fl«ne« was one til the gravest to b...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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Victoria's Population. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 27 February 1889

Victoria's Voimlation. The GovcnimentStfttiBtician of Victoria, in his hist statement of the population of that colony, says it is estimated that on ' Deoeniuor 81, 188S, there wore l,O!)0,809 souls iu the colony (581 ,353 mules ami 5p9,dl(i females) against « total of: J,036,119. at Uio end of 1SS' (550,014 males and 486,073 females), ,'i'he total ineroaso during the year, therefore, was .54,750. ThU increase, it is said, is undoubtedly dwo to the attraction of tbe Mclbounio Exhibition. , The registered births numbered 34,4fr4, mid the registered deaths 10,248 in J88S; thus the former exceeded tho lattcv by 18,216, or 132 per cent The births exceeded those in S8S7Uy 1421, ami the deaths exceeded those in 18S7 by iH3 ; both birthsaud deaths wereiilao much inoreiiubicrous than iniiii}' . ether year.' .The ro optded txii-ivals Uy 6ca i&ml-BXco I@,ft3ifwn'l -thu '? rbeiiitled ilcjiaiturca by?*ea t^iuinhoreij |-J0,229 iii ; 18|S§,^Tbe gain to tlic pbpiilat.io;i byjeieois of ithe...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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For [?] USE HORSFORD'S ACID [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 27 February 1889

Vor I»vsi»ci-si!i. USE HonSFOnD'K Ar-m Pltnsniriino Hit. T. O. Vawdbey,-M.BX.S., and L.B.O.E flaiKlswoi'th, uuar Hirminghiim, BngUnd, saysi ' In eases of atonic dpspiipskvl consider it superior to any of tho dilute inuiorol ooIiIb of the l'lwruift. copu.-»a,' Pigott was mmMo to explain liow lie hail mis pelt tlic words ' lienitiuicy' and ' likelilioo.l,' m-A M-hy eiiitilnr inistiikc:. occurroi! in tlicTiMBS-Parnfll Icttirs. He iKUnitlod ttmt in genuine letter* of Iiis o«m, writtcu iu 1882, tlic words had iieen 6imi!»rly misspelt. Tlio rovclntions made tturmjj Vigolt'B oroasc^ jimiimtloii crcatoil a great sciiBiitian in court, and tlie Strand was Uiroiicod witli excited crowds, who cliociod Mr. 1'anieii ontlinBinsticttUy as he em erged from court. Tlio Times Ss applying for tlio pnst]]O)ioi»iu)t of tlio liisli aulion ijroMglit l-y Mr, I'arnoU, pending tiic tlcoisimi of tlio Scotch iictioii. The police \v!w give evidenco In the Kdllnghain Vicaiiige lmi'gtary case, in which Jho two men...

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Wit and Humour. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 27 February 1889

Wit aud Humour. Ministers of the Interior. — Victuals. Subject for a Water-Colour. — TI13 Lake district. Promissory Notes. — Tuning the fiddle before the performance begins. Con. — What are the most unsocial tliin5s in the world? Mile-stones — you never see two of them together. Why is 'naming the day' for the wedding like a naval battle?— Bocaus^ it is .- ruarry timr. engagement. An oiil man was asked by a crossexamina tion barrister to lend his ears, 'Yes, but you're a lawyer !' said he. 'Will vou -rive them back to me?' Sunday School Teacher — 'How do you account for the writing on the wall at Bels hazzar's feast, Willie?' Willie (calmly)— 'Phosphorus !' — Town Topics. ' Now children,' said the visitor, creasing his facr into the Sunday school smile, sun baked and kiln-dried, 'Why do you think I am a Christian?' Young Haedless (in lack seat) — ''Causo we don't know you!' — Bur- dette. Fashionable Daughter — 'Mamma, do you really think it is wrong for in:, to ilirt in ?, tajild so...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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[?]. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 27 February 1889

Araliiua. '- (PKOM A OORRtSrOSTIESt.) A cj-ickct nittten was played liore on Saturday lnsubelween tbe Uraidwood 'Public School and the Aralucii Publlu School boys, which i-tsult-;il in a victory for the local boys. The Aiuluen hovs mode 2f- iu l\mu- iirstinuings aud the lli-aid wooil J»ys rc B]ioiide»l trith^S. It vi-sb thought our boys would have beiai been bentcn, but playing up better iu their second iimings made OS. The firaidivood boya tucn -ivnnicn iz in win out oniy fincwedea in mak ing '2, tlmfi leavinfr the Aralueu boys victorious by 1'Jrutis. During tho game the boys were refreshed by a light luncheon, and also by Urn aiul cake after tlie nittch ivas concluded, provi.lcd on the ground by unr local xuhuolmastur, who also aetcil as umpire ill the match. A now sport has lately sprung up here iu the way of fishing. It was always kuowi: that the creci; mid large holes -iibrtut were full of mullet, but all attempts to eiiteh them proved fruitions until our present postmaster cam...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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CABLE MESSAGES. LONDON, FEB.22. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 27 February 1889

GABLE MESSAGES. (Fro:n t'ne Svilney Vapere.) LOXDOX, Feu. '22. ContiiMiiuL' liii -jv]ilc!iee lieJorc thoT JMEs-J'arnuU r,-,;n-ii!5s-oii t.vilay, figort said t-i:it Mr. Houston ilii«ii:ib-!!a:'l him io Auuricu, he linvinj; n sealed j letter frmii Murii'.iy introducing him to ISreslin. j Ia Paris in jV.'y Murphy iuiroiluccd Pisrott to u'vi; iiniiumvi Fcnianc; in a cafe, aud '.vitiita* then swore oil a Uaina.11 Cath-ilie prayer-book not to l-uvcal tiio sai'ice (if his iufunnatiui) or U11? namcjof his infoinianis. or to uppeur as a witness before tli-i Special Coniinifriion. Houston afterwards went to 1'iirU at witness' reijUcst and veonived the letters ijii'.'-.nrrlv him TTnitfifrtn frjlVfl IlitH Tjlflfljl fni flin letters, aud tlie '.lituets retained L100 of this sum. The vendors of the letters refused to see Houston or to reveal their names or addresses. Witness said he wasiguonuitof the source whence the letters had been obtained, beyond the state ments made by tlie anonymous vendor...

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Bazaine's First Wife. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 27 February 1889

Bazainc's First Wife. Few persons of the present generation are awave that the widow of tlvlntqtex-MavshaU Bazaine, who died a short time since in exile at Madrid, was only tho second wife of the disgraced French general. His first wife, \yho vi'as one of the most fascinating of the entounige of tbe Empress Eugene, died under terrible tragical circumstances in 1864. Her husband was away in Mexico at the time commanding the French troops who were ] engaged in the hopeless task of maintaining : the ill-fated Maximilian on his tottering ; throne. Sad to relate, Mme. la Marechale, j who was considerably younger than her sol- ' dier husband, who had fought his vray up from the lowest ranks of tbe army te the highest, wns as frail as she was fair, and took advantage of her spouse's absence to miscon duct herself in tlie most flagrant manner. Her escapades brought her into contact with uicn of tlie typs of the notorious Pranzini, an '. on: norning in tUo summer of 1864 hcv dead boc'y vas d...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Political. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 27 February 1889

Politirnl. A liieetinj of [lie iiiL'inbcrs of the free iwdc party ! in tiio n-.'H-' r.iriumuiit was htlil id 1'aiteiMll's- i ulmnilKT?, Hnmcv-stvctt. --ii FrM:»y aiturnonn, for j the purpose of c.i'uf idcring ihc attitude ia he tiikun i upnsi ihe H«U!«e assciniiHng a^ ri^anlf the Govern- j lueut, iin:i alt'i the positiim ami pruape'.-ts of the i parly. 1'ifty inembcrii wero jiiust.H, rmd lutlcis of ! apology wore received from 13 oi hers, who v\-p.-vs.SGi] J Uicir fyaipalliy witli dim aauc-Muii to ine pnrty. Aumiiisi: ihoso prt'Sfiii vio:e- Sir IK-nrv Parktls, -Mr. ?!. 8utlier::iiid. Mr. IJnmkcr, Mr. J. V. Burns, Mr. S. Uurdckin, Mr. MeMilliii, Mv. F.' AWj-nil. .Mr. -:am.'tt, Mr. C. .'. l!o!.i-ris. .\ir. Sy.lncv.Siiiith,' Mr. 1'. .1. Smith. Mr. Y. 'Farucll, Mr. Xobb.*. Mr. .Soobi.:. Mr. liitchi.-. Mr. irawthocii.'. Mr. Tiiiinip .-on. Mr. A!fr...l Lai-ib. Air. .S«n-.;r. Mr. 'JV-tc, Mr. i PiK.yf-.ii-, Mr. H. T»yl«r. There avu !);,lf.:i-doz-.n ! fri_w-(r:iiie inciiibcri, who are aliscn...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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Weekly Calendar. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 27 February 1889

Weekly Calendar. Wednesday...... Pun. 27g J 8 j&r C55S* -20 i= Thobsdat ? .,.. „ 28 s$m 0 37 (21 1 STridav.. ? March Ji'C®'f (5 33 ;- 22? SATtmDAV......... „ m Wli 0^/^-| SCKDAY ? , »I/3S5J- OW/ 2 V MottDAY ? „ 4 ' 5 (--2 -S 32' 3 TffBSDAY ? „ 5 5 53 G 31 4 mook's i-uase. , Full Moon, March 2, at S.C a.m.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 27 February 1889

- 1 ?-:?:-£ lV C.'i !J4cf(U aunt .JklTxapTiJ Wool. wooL Wool. THE HEW ZEALAND LQA.N AND Mercantile Agency Go., L1MITKI), Bridge Street, Sydney. Capital, 4,5000,000 Reserve, 270,000 Wool Season 1888-9. ?yVTEEKLY .SALES of wool held througho „ an - V the season. ''' i The greatest care bestowed on the valuation, displaying ami protecting all wools entrusted to the Company for sale, whether from large or suiu.ll clips. drawers advised and consulted with before sales are made. Liberal cash advances where desired ou wool and of lier produce whether for sale in Sydney or ship ment to London. | The addition to the Company's premises of the f magnificent new wan-houses in ttridge Street acquired siiicu last sensou ensures to Growers tlie display of their wools 10 the very greatest advan tage. G. S. CAMPBKLL, Manager. I Sydney Wool and ('Jrain Warehouses, IJridge stiro^jSydiK-y, .Sept., 18SS. T7' KATINU'S I'UWDEK. T7- KATIWS POWDER, T7- EATIXU'ii POWDER. 1 r EATING'S POWDER. KILLS IJUiJS. l'...

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 27 February 1889

X laQOAX. HEWS. .JTJdb _Cu98^tro»El'iiEASASl'i— OuMoada^cvpiihsg lost,i|tr. Wallace's serMnt, Miss Mary Uale, was passing the (Irawiiig-rooiji window iti the garden at tliccnaofiiieliquseM'houshe tripped over a kiMTs sedc Jtiu and. nearly fell. Had she done so she would .have fallen in a, very dangerous spot, as in recoviu-iug herself the first thiug the saw was u black taia.Ut^v\'hjph was making ii «piiug at her. She ran -away for assiBtan«e.(ilr.: Wallace being awny froiu.hoine $t. the time), --anil Mr. ' jfthn .Mulom-, who was on' the opposite side ? of the strait, 'went over niid dispatched the reptile, which was fouml to measure 4 feet -i inches. pAUJiV Mekukuu — We have lieeii requested to st&te that Mr. Altloorn has placed a subscription 1|b|*. fill* #-])«» DailnV . K1 ntnm-inl l^miri! 'tti ^uJ'li fif ili^i banks in Bfaidwoon. THE L.VTE DEATJitJF JgUEUliliPoHKtiTV. — Cilice tbe finding of the . remain's iof the late Jorcminli Doherty in tJic place it was least expecte...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 27 February 1889

3Ltt-OTT--IIPfi-Wrr^u SuJBdajv 4Ttl» February, ft! J*it&^resMduifelbi flic fbna2*^Aoflier, Royal *-? Hotel, JJallina, by theJJgv, J&Oksi-, -Duyle,, *~ ^-gewpasth!/:*? SiBAn; eldoftaaugbter of the ----??fen ; ro ?.* 'f '?? ~' .' ' : ' ' .' '. ' U ^ipSSi&Y,, FEBBUABY .27, 3889.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 27 February 1889

TTT ANTED, a, KURSKGIEL. W Apply to JIBS. FELL. Pianos and ©rg&Es. MR. HARRIS IS KO\V IN TOWN for tlie purpose of Tuning and Selliug the aliovu. l'lcasc address c/o this office. Notice. ALL persons indebted to the Estate of U. G. Gall ave requested to call und SETTLE their accounts forthwith. C. F. PHUDAiiES, Manager. Public Hotios. COPIES of the Electoral Hull for 188S ami '90 are exhibited at the Court-house, Braidwood, for PUBLIC INSPBCTIOX. The date of the Re vision Court will lie between the 6th ami 20th May. Should nny voter fiud his uanie omitted lie can have it inserted )jy Hie Court. Braidwood, 27/2/89. Hoaits Department. ?Sydney, 25th February, iSSt). Freslt Tenders. A TTBNTJON is directed to Gazette notice in J\_ viting T15NDEH.S for uiidcrincutiouml work, vU.— milDUEOVEtt STONEV CKJSEK,, Road Braidv.ood to Araluen. Time for receipt of Tenders, 13th March. JAMES FLETCHER. aTmjp! XNSURE YOUR LIFE iu the AUSTRALIAN 1 MUTUAL PROVIDENT .SOCIETY. A. FRASER, Wallace-str...

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How the Late Emperor of Germany Won his Wife. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 2 March 1889

How the Late Emperor of tternutuy Won his Wife Not having the fear of Prince Bismarck before bis eyes, an Austrian gentleman has contributed to a Vienna newspaper some in teresting reminiscences of the late Emperor ' Frederick. One chapter (writes the London correspondent of the Livebpool Post) relates to the year 1875, at which time the Crowu Prince^-as he then was — was pavinir a visit to Carlsbad. Travelling incognito, he grati fied liis fancy by taking up his residence in the house -at a quiet old German lady, with whom he was very fond of gossiping. He heard daily from his wife tlie Crown Princess, then in Berlin, and liked to talk with his landlady about her. Here is one of tlie con versations which have been garnered for the Vienna newspaper : — ' 'What a dear good woman my wife is,' he said one day, after perusing the daily packet, and how warmly she loves me ! She is an excellent house wife, careful of everything, superintending the kitchen as well as the ballroom. It is »o...

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Lost in the Bush for Four Days. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 2 March 1889

Lost iu the Bush for Four Ways. A representati%'e of the Carpentaria, Times interviewed ? a man who was lost for four days in the bush, and gives the following account of his sufferings :-- -3f uller, who is 24 years of age, a native of Norway, and for many- years a sailor, in company with his mate left the railway camp at the completion of the first section of the line to go in search of some lagoons thereabouts ou a. fisbinc ex cursion. After going some distauce he and his mate by some means got parted in the scrub, and notwithstanding all his efforts, Muller was unable to find him again. After many attempts to regain the ta-ack, he came to tlie conclusion that he was lost, aud dark ness coming on, he decided to camp, feeling sure that in the morning he would be able to find his way back to the camp. Next morning he rose at sunrise, and again tried to strike tlie camp, but after wandering about all day he found that he was just as far off it as ever. What was worse for the unfortu...

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