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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 5 September 1888

In connection with the Governor's vimt to Bourke, We Excellency took the chair as Grand ilaBter at a meeting of Mesons, and carried out the business of ?Bt Norai Bonrke, £c was driven to the Tofrn Hall; where tlie presentation of an illumined address W&a made. A banquet waa hold in the evening. Referring to the hvnd kwa, the Premier sa*a, in regard to young women taking selections and then marrying and thereby losing their selectionB in con sequence, that he is altogether in tavour or these being no provisions of the law to stand in the way of the land going with the woman on her going into matrimony. It is the intention of the Minister lor Minister lor Minos (tho Hon. F. Abigail) to pay an official visit to Optaiu'fi JTlat and Mount M 'Donald on the Hth iiiBt. In view of the present unsatisfactory state of trade affaire, no further action has been taken in the threatned strike in the carpentering trade at Melbourne. ? ' ' * A large meeting o£ aheepoimcnSj.held at Cooma 6n T...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CABLE MESSAGES. LONDON, AUG. 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 5 September 1888

: GABLE MESSAGES. .. . ? : — ? ? „ _ ...- (From the Sydney Papers. ) ? - ! JJONDON, Ava. 30. The Sugar Bounties Convention has been signed by the representatives of the various European countries who have agreed to the abolition of the bounties. ' - ? ? . France retains the option of singing the conyen: tiqn within Bix months. Signor Crispi, the Italian Premier, bos publicly announced in Rome that the peace of Europe will not bajflifcturbod at the nresent juncture. itis announced that the Emperor William of XteVr mffiy vilTvisiBt Borne on October 6. Intelligence has been received from Cairo to the effect that 600 dervishes made an attack upon Fort Kharmoussa, near Wady Halfs, at the second cataract .on the Nile. . The fort, was garrisoned by £00 Egyptiou troops. The defenders stubbornly resisted the attacks of the dervishes. They displayed great coolness and courage, and maintained their position until rein forcements arrived from Wady Haifa. In the attack on the fort the dervishes ...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 5 September 1888

As there appears to be very little known by many of the settlors in this district about the last amended Lands Act assented to in the 23rd July, in respect to relaxing the con dition of fencing, it may be as well to give a nummary of its leading provisions. The holders or conditional purchases and condi tional leases applied for prior to the com mencement of the amended Act, may apply in the prescribed form to the Chairman of the Land Board for permission to substitute other improvements, wholly or in part, in lieu of fencing, such improvements to bo of the value of not not less than 10s. per acre and of a fixed, permanent, and substantial character, and necessary for the beneficial occupation of the land. Applications, how ever, must be sent in not later that the 23rd of January next., that is six months from the commencement of the Act. Any holder of a conditional purchase or couditional lease applied for subsequently thereto will be al lowed a period of two years in which to make...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 5 September 1888

BR/yiDWOOD DISPATCH. Strenuc ct Prospero. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 18S8.

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Goulburn Quarter Sessions. FRIDAY, AUG. 30. (Before his Honor Judge Macfarland.) FALSE PRETENCES AT GOULDBURN. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 5 September 1888

Goitlbarn Quarter Sessions. Eridav, Auk. 30. (Before his Honor Judge Macfarland.) FALSE PRETENCES. AT (iOOT.BtJBI-. Peter Hush surrendered to his bail on a charge of having, on the 26th April, 1SSS, falsely repre sented to Robert Henderson that he had £200 or thereabouts in the Commercial Bank, Braidwood, and by moans of which false pretence he obtained 124 head of cattle from the said Robert Hendci'son, ho having represented that he could pay £209 iu cash or thereabouts on account of such purchase. The total amount of purchafcemoney was £230 17s0d. Prisoner pleaded not guilty, and was defended by Mr. Davidson ; aud Mr. Gannon assisted theCrowii prosecutor. The prisoner challenged 7 jurors, and three others were ordered by the Crown-Prosecutor to stand aside. This case was only heard in the Goulburn Police Court last Monday, and the full report of the pro ceedings appeared in these columns on the follow ing day, so that the facts, as stated by the Crown Prosecutor aud deposed by the...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 5 September 1888

LOCAL NEWS. Appointment. — Mr. J. V. Buun has been ap pointed ai-ling warden's clerk imd Mining registrar at Braidwn'id, aud to i^sue minui-i' rights, business oinl mineral liiensrs, during the absence of -Mr. C. E. Onlc'iir, such appointment lo take effect from the Gt!i ultimo. CiiCRCii and .Scuooi, Lamm. — A notice appears iu last i;.izj:tte apprising lessees of Church and School !a;i'!« thai, their deeds are now lying at the local Laud Oliice for Miniature-, aud if such deeds be not ? xt:':ul'.'d within thirty days from date the Minister ai Public Iii.-tr;ietioiini;i.ydeclaresuciilease void, and all moiirys paid thcreoa will became forfi it.-d. Aimm^ !'::-: 1- «- -scs :'«rc the names of Mat thew Feehan and Mk-hj.el O'Heir. Important to Sklii'ITOKS. — The attention of conditiuiiHl pmviia.-e.'Vi uiidiTthe Land Act of 1 SS4 is drawn to tin.- 2iA clause of the Lands Act Fur ther Amendment Act, assented io&'ird July, 1S8S, in wliicli it is stated that those who wish to sub sti...

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Discovery of Extensive Caves. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 5 September 1888

Discovery of Extensive Caves. A discovery of a very interesting character to lovers of the scientific and picturesque was made at the celebrated Wombeyan Caves, near Taralga, at the close of last week. A number of large and beautiful caves were found and partly explored. Some time ago Mr. Chalker, the caretaker at the caves, came across a small hole in the neighbour- hood of the old caves, and situated opposite to their entrance. Owing to the fact, that a cold current of air escaped from the cavity, which was only small, he surmised that it had an underground connection with the caves. He was not in a pos- ition unaided to test his opinions, but a party of young men from Goulburn — viz., Messrs. A. Rail- ton, H. Walker, and F. Eichler, visited the locality for a few days' sport, and they joined Mr. Chalker in making an investigation of the matter. The hole was only two or three inches in diame- ter when first noticed by Mr. Chalker, and he at various times enlarged it. This process ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 8 September 1888

BRftlDWOOD DISPATCH. Strenue ct Prospore. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1888.

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The Centennial International Exhibition, Melbourne [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 8 September 1888

The Centennial International Exhibi tion, Melbourne, (FROM Oim SPECIAL COMMISSIONER.) JNot yet is it complete, thirty ?three acres of covered in floorspacc, just picture such an enormous extent roofed over. Nearly filled with the products natural and artificial from the four quarters of the globe. The British court, excepting tltf fine arts section, is far from ready. Iu many other instan ces, some time must elapse before all are finished. Possibly not before November -will the finishing touches be given. However, those who do go to see the sight of the Southern land, will, if they look, be more tlian repaid for the marvellous col lections brought as it were to our doors. On first entering from Nicholson-street past the now kangaroo drinking fountain hewn from Aberdeen granite, one is bewildered with the vast space. On cither side are numerous handsome glass cases filled with exquisite wares, knicknacs etc. As an ad vertisement would announce, ' too numerous to mention'. I do not in...

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Coroner's Inquest. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 8 September 1888

dni*nn--l*'K Innnoct. An inquest was held at Wyambene on Thursday, before the Coroner and a jury, upon the body of James Wrtt, senr., at his residence, when the fol lowing evidence was taken : — James Watt deposed : I am a grazier living at Wyambene ; I am a son of the deceased ; yester day my father, who was living here with me did a riaVH wnrlr ; in t.lie p.veninn1 jinnnf: twilifrht. T was sitting by the Sre ; my father brought in an arm ful of wood, and asked me if he would put a stick on ; I eaid I thougt there was enough on ; he put one on and sat down ; he told me thus about some news he had read in the paper of the dry weather that was expected ; he said if he could plough he would put in two bushels of wheat ; a few minutes after that he turned on the seat, putting his side to the fire, with his head on his hand for a minute or so ; he thus turned to the fire again and took off his boots and got up and leant one hand on the table going towards the door and caught the post an...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 8 September 1888

WANTED, a GOOD COOK. Apply Miss. G. BOLAXD. ROADS. Department of Tjands, Sydney, 4th Sept., 18S8. THE attention of ALL PERSONS IKTEttKST ED is invited to the Government O.4ZETTE «rf the 28th ultimo in which appears a notification with respect to the Formal Opening of a Parish Road near Braidwood. CHARLES OLIVER, Under Secretary. NOTE.— Copies of the Gazktte can be inspected at the Crown Land Office and the Police Office of the District, Bennett and Others v. 'BuIIctiu.' {Xtanr the ' Bot-lctis,' Auoust 25.] Refemngto the action brought by the proprie tors of the Rvbsiso News against The Bouj'-ths', iu respect of an article entitled ' The Secret Source f Crime,' which appeared iu ihis journal on April 29 last, the proprietors of Titi; Jlou are desire to express their regret for the publication of the Article compained of. Men's Clothing Has always been a leading line at the Free Trade Stores meets tweed suits At el! prices from 15s THE SUIT COMPLETE. BOYS' AND YOUTHS' CLOTHING Nice Sh...

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CABLE MESSAGES. SEPTEMBER 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 8 September 1888

CABLE MESSAGES. ? ♦ ? (From the Sydney Papers.) September 3. It is reported that Viscount Gormanston, K.O M.G., late Governor of the Leeward Islands, who lias been succeeded by Sir Charles Mitchell, late Governor of Fiji, will be appointed to an Austra lian Governorship. A match was commenced to-day at Harrowgate between the Australian Eleven and an Eleven of England. At lunch time the Australians, who went first to the wickets, had scored 70 with the loss of eight wickets. Trott made 27. ff he innings closed shortly afterwards without any f urtlier in crease being made in the score. The home team then went in, and scored 111. Turner took five wickets for 63 runs, Ferris three for 38, and Worrall two for 6. In their second turnings, the Australians have scored 1 1 runs without the lesj of a wicket. The Feiiianshave swamped the National League at Cork. They denounce Mr. Parnell's moderation, and urge that arms should be resorted to. Mr. E. G. M. Eddy, the Chairman of the New South Wa...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 8 September 1888

It is stated that the masters have not yet agreed concerning tlio proposals they will affer to the ?miners ; Cut voty Ukolytho agreement given to , Canon Sclwyn at the last meeting trill be submitted without alteration, Shearing iapi«grc«stng«noot])ly*tBour3ce, but aotwithstandioK the busy timed largo number of *uen arc said to bo out of employment There arc at present no less than 680 prisoners confined in XMinghn'iBt Gaol, but the Minister to Justice la making arrangements for o. number of them to bo removed, some to Die new gaol &t Uathurst, .and others to the establishment at' Biloeln. Jt is considered JirohdWo that Mr. Road, Governor of Darlinghurat Gaol, will retire under the provisions of the Civil Service Act at the esd *rf tfie year. . At a meeting of the executive council on Tuesday the services of o, large number of reserve rifle com -pftnies were accepted, under the 5th eectiou of the Volunteer force Regulation, Act. (Those will be gazetted at an early -date. iH ...

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OUR TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY FRIDAY 10.15 A.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 8 September 1888

PUR TELEGRAMS. (FROM OCR OWN COEEESPOSDKNT.) SIDNEY Friday. 10.15 a.m. In the Dibbs libel case the jury returned a ver dict for plaintiff, damages £100. 12 (noon). AtthoHomebush fat stock sates yeBterday800 cattle were yarded and prices were firmer, best beef being worth from 25s to 26s per hundred pounds. Best bullocks brought £9 Us and others from £6 10s2d. 8400 sheep were penned and prices advanced 9d. Best merinos brought 14s Id and others from 7s 6d. The jury in the libel case, after consulting six hours, yesterday came into Court and announced that there was no probability of their agreeing to a two-thirds verdict. Their present position was seven to five. Counsel for plaintiff were willing to accept the verdict of the majority, but defendants refused to do so. The jury were therefore locked up till 10 o'clock this morning, when they brought in a unanimous verdict awarding the plaintiff £100 damages. The want of confidence motion on the Victorian Government has been negatived ...

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LONDON. THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 8 September 1888

LONDON. - TncnsDAV. A ternme railway acciaent ims occurred near Dijon in France. The Paris express train in pass ing over ' a viaduct left the rails and while the train was in this position an Italian express, com ing in the opposite direction, dashed into the dis abled train. Both engines were thrown over the viaduct, 12 persons being killed and 40 woun ded. The Traders Congress now sittiuir at Bradford have passed a resolution disapproving of the 8 hour system, and further resolved that payment of mem bers by the State should be made a test question at the Parliamentary elections. The Colonial Office authorites have the question of the Constitutional difficulty ill Queesland. It is unlikely that they will interfere in the dispute. A rupture has occurred in the Canadian Cabinet between Sir John McDonald and his colleagues in consequence of tiie former having suggested capitu lation to the United Stales over the Fisheries diffi culty.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 8 September 1888

Braidwood Choral Society. ; i ? o-— ??? ? LITERARY INSTITUTE. SECOND CONGEST, TUESDAY, llth SEPT., 1888, AT 8 P.M. ? o ? PEOGEAMME: J?AET L BfiNRY1*&HEE*S CANTATA. 'THE BUILDING OF THE SHUN' Words by Longfellow, * Interval. PAETIL Part Song ? Goodnight! Beloved 1 ? ,,.,,,.... Pinsuti Song ? What shall I sayj. ? Lohr Song ? , ? .....The Angel's Serenade ? ,. Braga (Violin Obligate) Volksliod ? Come, Dorothy Come, Song ? .The Roll Call ? Pinsuti Song ? Never to know.... ? „., Marzials Bridal Chorus ? Tho Rose Maiden ? Coven Waltz Song ? Beauty Sleep ? Arditi Song ? Out on the Deep ? , ? „, Lolir Duett ? Of Fairy Wand had I the Power ? Wallace «©» SAVE THE QVEEK ! ? o ? Subscribers' tickets will on this occasion admit the eubsciber and two friends. A limited number of extra tickets may be obtained (price 2s Cd) irom any of the members. J. C. WILSON, Hon. Sec. STILL A FEW Of those wonderfully clicnp Are left at o. b. payne's Feeb Trade Stores. During the past two weeks the sale ...

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F. L. Barker's Weekly Report. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 8 September 1888

F. X. Barker's Weekly Report. Wool. — Locally nothing fresh to report, no sales having taken place since my last. The new clip is coining freely to hand and already several lines have been put on the market with satisfactory results. Sheepskikb. — Excepting for prime long-wooled, the market is easier. Values ou Thursday do cluung quite a farthing. Quotations now are for best 4Jd to 4Jd, (occasionally a trifle more for very light parcels of extra growth), medium growth, 3Jd to 4d ; short, 2d to 3Jd ; crossbred, to 4Jd per 1b. Leather. — The only .business doing to any ex tent is in sole, for which there is still a eteady ex port demand for well-got-un parcels in dry condi tion, inferior and damp descriptions being nogleo ted. Quotations. — Sole, heavy, 8d to 8Jd j light 79(1 to 8d ; damaged, JGd to Id ; kip, fid to 12d j tweed, )2d to KM ; Kangaroo, (Hobait), 3s Gd to 3s 9d; colonial, 22d to 24d ; harness, (brown), lOd to 1 Hd ; block, lid to 12d per lb ; bridle and bog, 9s 43d to I ...

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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 8 September 1888

GENERAL NEWS. The excitement over the strike at Newcastle has abated a good deal. .There are two small collieries now being worked in the Newcastle district by non union men, who state that they are determined to resist the strikers. It is estimated in connection with the miners' dispute that upwards of £35,000 paid fortnightly in wages has been suddenly stopped, that 30 inter colonial steamers have been thrown out of employ ment and their crews discharged, and that thou sands of wharf labourers in the seaports of the colonies are rendered idle. . Mr. Carruthers, M.L.A., says that the time is fast approaching when local ecu -Government must come into force Then the municipalities or the shire councils would have much more extensive powers of taxation, and the members of the Legis lative Assembly would be free to act as statesmen, instead of always running to the Minister for every petty little thing. The new courthouse at Dubbo has been erected at a total cost of £12,000. It is prop...

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 8 September 1888

LOCAL NEWS.   Parish Road. — The undermentioned road is now open for public use : — Deviation in the road from Larbert to Boro, adjoining the village of Larbert, parish of Larbert. Choral Society's Concert.— On Tuesday even- ing next, 11th inst., the singing members of the Braidwood Choral Society will submit to their subscribers for their approval the results of the assiduous practice of the past three months. The entire programme appears in another column. The chorus will consist of forty voices and the chief instrumental parts will be furnished by a violin and two pianos. The number of extra tickets will be strictly limited, but a few of these may be obtained by non-subscribers from Messrs. Clapham, Cobb, Haywood and Martin, or the Hon. Sec. Commercial   Bank. Annual Leases Granted. — Notice is hereby given that the Leases in the land District of Braid- wood, as hereunder specified, have been granted (sold at auction) in accordance with the provisions of...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 12 September 1888

Notice. TN consequence of tbe continued dry weather m\ JL SPBING SALE is POSTPONED until f urthoi notice. W. J. CHAPMAN, Auctioneer. Men's Clothing Has always been a leading line at the Free Trade Stores men's tweed suits At all prices from ISs THE SiTST f.ftHSPS.KTtR. BOYS' AND YOUTHS' CLOTHING Nice Shapes and Moderate in Price. BOYS' KNICKER SUITS, in endless variety. Men's Printed Moles ! The BEST VALUE procurable, being treble sown, fully strapped and made of Extra Superior Quality Moleskin, Iu alt the Hues of Clothing THE BEST VALUE IN THE DISTRICT Is to be bad at O. B. PAYNE'S FSEE TRADE STORES. Wool. Wool. Wool. THE HEW ZEALAND LOAN AND Mercantile Agency Go., LIMITED, Bridge Si-reet, Sydney. Capital, £4,5000,000 Reserve, £270,000 Wool Season 1888-9. WEEKLY SALES of wool held throughout the season. The greatest care bestowed on the valuation, displaying and protecting a!! wools entrusted to tbe Company for sale, whether from large or small clips. Growers advised and consulted ...

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