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F.L. Barker's Weekly Produce Report [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 2 March 1889

F, L. Barker's Weekly Produce Report Wool: — There is nothing fresh tc note, this being the 'off' week. There is however n, good private enquiry. Sheepskiss. — med. and short wooled have eased slightly iu value , but Jong woollerl are firm at late quotations, viz. , to 5Jd. per lb ; good pelts 18d to 26-! each ; medium, ]2d to Ijd ; inferior, 7Jd to lid each. Leather. — Sole bazils in good demand, but in other lines business is very dull. Quotations. — Sole, extra heavy Ss 4d. to lOd ; light and medium, 7ito 7J ; damaged to 6Jd ; Kip, lGd to I2jd ; tweed, 13 to 161 ; harness, brown 10J. to HJd ; black lOJdto 12idpe'rlb ; Bag and bridle 8s Cd to IOs per side ; Bazils let shoe to 7s ; 2nd 3s Gii Hides. — Shipping lines are uow worth from 2$ to 2jf, light weights 2| to 2£d extra heavies to 3d per 1b, inferior Id to 2d per Ib. Tallow. — Home advises are unfavourable and best brands are now nominally worth £{9 to L10 10s ; trade parcels L18 to Li 8 10s per ton. Mabsotiai- Skins. — On Tue...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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LONDON. THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 2 March 1889

LOXDOH. Thubsday. The Times admits being victimised, and sincerely regrets having published the letters falsely attri buted to Messrs. ParneU, Egan, Davitt andO'Kelly. It firmly believed that the letters were genuine un til Tigott's avowal in the uTitnesa-box. Pigott was uot the person who placed the docu ments iu the hands of the Times, although he was the source from whence they were supplied. The Times protests against any attempts to make the Government and Unionists responsible for acts which were exclusively those of the Times itself. Pigott's confession forwarded to the Commission, says that most of the statements in his evidence in chief were pure fabrication, and admitted that Hr. F&rnells letters were forged by copying phrases and signature from genuine letters, the letter being held against a window for the purpose. Pigott acquits Mr. Labourchers of the charge of of attempted bribery. An extradition warrant has been issued for the arrest of Pigott. Sir Charles Bas...

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The Military Pension List of the United States. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 2 March 1889

Tlie SIHUaiy Pension List of (lie United S(a-es. -Tl»at in many ws.yB- interesting clnss of society, tlie widows, appear to enjoy in the United States of America most phenomenal longevity. T3)e nitlit;iry pension list of tliD States has been found, to include 3O,7(?7 widows whoso husbands iKe-l in tiie wnr between America anri JSngliitid in 1S32. Supposing tliat the average age of llicse pen age in the present year of gra.ee must be 95. The explanation of the mystery here involved is that the military pension list of the United States is a gigantic fraud. Thfi charge on the. American revenues under this head amounts to 16& millions sterling annually, or nearly half as much more us the totn.1 cost of the American anny and na.vy. The Ameri cans themselves 'are perfectly aware that a large number of the pensions are fraudulent, but the Government is afraid to deal with the matter. The receivers of the pensions aw voters, and, if an attempt were mode to take away their annuities...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 2 March 1889

£50 REWARD £50 FSAPS & DECEIT. In order to protect the people from being defrauded and cheated, .': the American Hop Bitters Company offers the above Reward for the arrest and .; conviction of any person or persons refilling the American Hop Bitters Company's bottles, and for selling any vile nostrum or compound as the genuine and original Dr. Souie'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. SODLE'S HMERICHN HOP « BITTERS (A MEDICINE, NOT A DRINK), COKTA1S9 HOPS, BUCHW, MANDKAKE, DANDELION. Akd toe Power akd Bust Mbdioai Quiuties of ALL OTEBR BlTTIKS. TBCaSV GVTSUS All Diseases of the Stomach, Bo«e)», Ulood, Lirer, KUiwys and Urinary Organs, Nervousness. Sltepleaa. ness, Female Compl&lnts and Drunkenness. THOUSANDS UPON THOUSANDS!!! of testimonials of the most wonderful cures, volun tarily Bent us. we do not publish them, -u they do not moke the cure. It is our medicine, Dr. S...

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Braidwood Quarter Sessions. Fridav, 1st March. (Before A. P. Backhouse, Esq., Chairman.) [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 2 March 1889

Braidwood Quarter Sessions. Fetdav, 1st Mabch. (Before A. P. Backhouse, Esq., Chairman.) The Court opened at 10 o clock. A. U. Bu.ltiurwor.th, Esq., appeared as Crown Prosecutor. There were only two cases for trial. His Honor directed the Clerk of the Court to read the commissions appointing him Chairman of Quarter Sessions and Judge of the District Court. ATTEMPTED SirOIPE. Ohcu Clarke was charged with having attempted to commit suicide at liuteman's Bay ou the UGth January. The particulars of the case were briefly given in this jouanal when prisonei was committed for trial. He was in the employment of Mr. Guy as a timber getter and the offence was committed when prisoner was suffering from dkmuefji the siexs. He went behind (Jay's store and attempted to cut his throat with a knife, but was intercepted and his life saved by some one who followed him. Prisoner pleaded guilty and having been iu gaol since his committal by the Nelligau Bench, his Honor sentenced him to 24 hours' impri...

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OUR TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 2 March 1889

OUR TELEGRAMS. (fbom oub own cobbksfokdekt.) SYDNEY. Thubsdat. The Governor's speech commences by in viting Parliament to make immediate provi sions for the Pub) icSer vice. Estimates for the present year -will be submitted with all dis patch, coupled with the Treasurer's financial statement. Although the revenue is improv ing it is not safe to predict that it will realise the sum previously estimated. It is not intended to submit any proposals for fresh taxation during the present session, by reason of the imperative necessity that the session should not be extended to any great duration. The closing of the same should not be delayed longer than is absolutely requisite. The oniy other business promised for the present session is a bill to provide for the ad justment and gradual extinction of the ac cumulated deficit, and a measure for the execution of the necessary important under takings approved of by the Public Works Committee during the recess. The Government will prepare measu...

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The Speaker's Seat Challenged. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 2 March 1889

The Speaker's Sent Challenged. Mr. Hugh Mackinnon, one of the defeated cau didates for the Hastings und the Manning, elector ate, lodged on Wednesday with his Excellency, accompanied by the usual L100 deposit, a petition against the return of Sir. J. H. Young, the Speaker, aud Mr. C. J. Roberts, his colleague. The prin cipal charge set forth iu the petitioii is that the nresidius officer at one of the polling booths closed that booth at a certain hour and retired together with his assistants to luncheon, they being absent about three quarters of an hour. According to the act polling booths must be opened from 8 o'clock in the morning until 4 in the afternoon, and it is maintained that such a proceeding iu au infringe ment of the Act, aud according to the petitou evi dence will be forthcoming to show that by reason of this action several electors were prevented from voting. A curious fact iu connection with this petition is that the Sneaker will be called upon to elect his own judges...

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CABLE MESSAGES. LONDON, Feb. 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 2 March 1889

CABLE MESSAGES. (From the Sydney Papers.) LONDON, Feb. 26. A new turn has beeu given to the proceedings before the TiMES-Paraell court of inquiry. The witness Pigott has vanished, and the Court has ordered the seizure of his effects. When Pigott was called upon toeome forward and give further cvMcuce before the Court tliis morning, he did not appear, aud it was found that he had been missing from his hotel since 11 o'clock last night. A warrant w.is, on tlie application of Sir Charles Russell, the leading counsel for the Parncllitcs, ordered to issue for his arrest. Sir Charles Rus ell informed the Convt 'that on Saturday, Vigott iu the presence of Sir. Henry Labouchere, M.P., and Mr. George Augustus SaU, the well-known journalist and leader-writer ou the Dau,v Telisuraph, had signed a written confession that he had forged the letters, which he sold to Houston, and which the Times purchased. On tlie othcrhand, Mr. Shannon, one of tlie solicitors for the Times, pioluceil a letter wri...

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Parliamentary. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 2 March 1889

Parlia'Jicntery, At noon on Wednesday botlihowscs of parliament assembled in accordance with the proclamation issued by his Excellency the Governor ou the 6th instant. In the Legislative Council chamber there were thirty-three old members present, as well as a large number of ladies, and six of the newly created members occupied seats outside the bar. The President (Sir Jonu Jlay) took the cliair and the proclamation conveniug parliament was readby the clerk of parliament. Notification of the com mission for opening parliament was then made by the President J the commission being himself, the Hon. A. H. Jacob, and the Hon. E. Barton. The attendance of members of the Assembly was then commauded, and as soon as they were present the royal commission for opening parliament waB read and parliament was declared duly opened, and the members of the Assembly were directed to pro ceed to the election of Speaker. The members of Assembly having left the chain her, the clerk then read the commi...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 2 March 1889

Intlie AssemWy tins afternoon the pre liminary busiuess occupied very little time. Mr. Dibbs suggested, in order that tl:e Civil servants miglit receive their monthly salaries, ifcut n Supply Bill bo passed through ail i-s stages to-night ; but Mr. Brunker, acting as leader of the Opposition, objected to sucli a mnrse beiiic pursued, stating that the Go lf vcrnment were in a better position to pay ? the salaries now tlian they were last month. I Fiilin? t)»s, very little injury would be done I by iillowing the matter to stand over till I ?Wednesday. I Mr. Dibbs replied tlmt any evil results .at I tending the non-payment of the public ser I vimts would i'est on the sliouldere of the I Opposition. I Mr. Crick then renewed tbe discussion on I the Want of Confidence motion. I Tbe final acceptances for the Victorian Legor are Chaldean, Lonsrl&Je, Maid of Mist- Melos, Pearlshell, Snowfoot, Alphington, Benzone, Hnbet, and Volley. A well-informed rumour is current to-day that the Mi...

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for Dyspepsia. Use Horsford's Acid Phosphate. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 2 March 1889

For Dyspepsia. - Use Hobsfobd's Acid Phosphate. 1-u, X. G. Vaworev, M.R.C.S.. uud L.K.O.P' Haudswortii, neur Biruiiiiglitiiii, EugUtui, Buys. 'Ju casDs of atonic dpBpepua I consider it superior to any of the dilute inkei'8.1 acids of tlie Phanua cojiujta,'

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 2 March 1889

In the Legislative Assembly the clerk of the house i read the proclamation calling the Assembly together, ! and informed the house that he had received from \ the colonial secretary a list of (.he names of the members elected to serve in parliament. AU the j writs had been returned except those for Wjlcannin. and Start, which would requiie to be validated before the members for those electorates could take th'ir seats. 1 he usrer ot tuo waeit rod then Biimmoncu 'ie members to attend iu the Legislative Couticil chamhor to hear the commission for opening parlia ment read On their return the clerk announced that he had received a communication from his Excellency the Governor appoiutiug MessrB. G. R. Dibhs, J. P. Gnrvan, aud J. Lyue a, commission for administering the oath of allegiance, which business was imme diately proceeded with. 130 members took the outh ami subscribed the roll. The house then proceeded to the election of Speaker. Mr. Sydney BurdeVm proposed Mr. J. H. Young the l...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 2 March 1889

WANTED, a NURSEGIBL. Apply to MRS. FELL. In the Assigned Estate of If, €. Blackburn, STOREKEEPER of NELLIGEN and MOGO. ALL parties INDEBTED to the above Estate are requested to SETTLE their ACCOUNTS AT ONCE, or legal proceedings will be immediately takes for the recovery ol the same, without respect of persons. G. TWEED1E, Agent. Nelligen, February 28, 1889. In tbe Assigned Estate of H. €. Blackburn, STOREKEEPER of JTELL1GEN and MOGO. A LL parties having CLAIMS aga'mst the nhove J\. Estate are requested to send them in AT ONCE to the aadersfgued, at Nolligen, 0. TWEEDIE, Agent. Nelligen, Feby. 28tli, 1889. Mutual Improvement Society. TlyfFMBERSare kindly requested to attend at 1V1 the Institute on THURSDAV, March 7th, at 8 p.m., the opening night of Session. BusinesB : To elect Officers, &c. 3. M. M0R0NE?, Hon. Sec. Notice. A LL persona indebted to the Estate of R. 6. J\_ Gall are requested to caii and SETTLE their acoounts forthwith. C. F. PRUDAMES, Manager. To Let, or For ...

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Scraps. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 2 March 1889

?.„? Sfcraiw. Grass Blades: — Sickles. Ladiess' Doubles. — Angels. Warranted to Wash, — A Chinaman. A bookmaker's wife says her husband is the better half. A Fine ' J3rae'ing Game. — Grou.su shoot ing. Now that prisoners are to be executed by electricity in New York some enterprising genius ought to invent a pocket lighteiiing roa ana sen uwm to uie convicts. An Afternoon Cal! ? Afternoon Csiller (waiting for hostess) — ' Bobby, you haven't been over to play with Tommy lately.' Hobby — ' No, ina'itni. Ma dosen't want me to play with Tommy ; she says I must only play with nice little boys.' The British Boy — ' JJujoyod your party, JJobbyf' 'Oh, awfully.' « Weil,' what little girls did you dance with ?' -'Oh, 1 didn't dunce. I Jmd three fights downstairs with Willie ltichardson, an' I licked him every time.' Lady (to floor-walker) — ' I want to look at something very handsome in the way of striped stockings.' Floor-walker — Yes, madam ' (To sales-woman) — Miss Parker, will you show th...

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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 2 March 1889

GENERAL NEWS. A telegram from Brisbane ou Monday reports : — Aji old resident of Ipswich named Michael Consi dine, about 70 years of agc was murdered by his son Michael about 1 o'clock this morning. The parricide, who is a single man, aged 31, cut his father's throat from ear to car with a razor. It is believed he intended to kill the remainder of the family, but was overpowered by his brothers, who kept him in subjection till the police arrived, aud urresi/eu mm. .iije uiuruerur nan ueen arniKing pretty htavily lately, aud was believed to be suffer ing from delirium tremens. After being taken to the lockup he became very violent. He tried to beat his head against the wails of his cell, aud the police had to put him in a straitjacket. Youug Considiue is well known, having worked as a navvy on several railway lines in the southern part of the colony, A telegram from Cootamundraou Thursday says -. The Coroner (Mr. Barnes) was called to Bethungra on Wednesday lo hold au inquiry concern...

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Weekly Calendar. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 2 March 1889

Weekly Calendar. t*.— »u iti i Daysof Sun Sun Moons D»ysof the Week Mo*ft- BiBes g^. Agc Wedkbsday...... Ted. 27 8 4S 6 38 20 ThoiwdaY ? „ 28 S 48 0 37 21 Fbiday ? March 1 6 49 0 35 22 Satcbbay ? ,, 2 5 50 6 34 v. Sunday ? „ 3 5 51 6 33 2 Mondav ? „ 4 5 52 0 32 3 Tuesday ? „ 5 5 S3 6 31 4 moon's muse. Full Moon, March 2, at 8.C a.m. The Braidwood Dispatch. StrenuS el VrosperS. SATURDAY, MARCH 2. 1S89.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 2 March 1889

Wool. wool. WooL THE NEW ZEALAND LGA.N ASD Mercantile Agency Go., LIMITED, Bridge Street, Sjduey. 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 al! wools entrusted to the Company lor sale, whether from large or email clips. Growers advised aud consulted with before sales are made. Liberal cash advances where' desired on wool and other produce whether for sale in Sydney or ship ment to London. Tlie addition to the Company's premises of the maguiticeut new warehouses in Bridge Street acquired since last season ensures to Growers ihe display of their .wools to the very greatest advan tage. G. S. CAMPBELL, Manager. | [Sydney Wool and Grain Warehouses, ftridgc ? street. Sydney, Sept., iSSB. ? TT EATING'S POWDER. T7' EATING'S POWDER. TT EATING'S POWDER TrEATnfG'S POWDEB. KILLS BUGS. FLEAS. MOTHS, ? BEETLiftS. ? THIS POWDER is QUITE HARMLESS to animal UFli, but...

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Braidwood Police Court. Wednesday, 27th February. (Before Jas. Aldcorn, Eaq., P.M., and W. N. Bennison Esq., J.P.) FORCERY and UTTERING. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 2 March 1889

Braidwood Police Court. Wednesday, 27tu Fjsbruahy. (Before Jas. Aldcorn, Eaq., P.M., and W. N. Beuuison Esq., J.P.) FOBCERV auD CTTERISG. James Cumiuings, who is at present undergoing a sentence of six months imprisonment for forging a cheque aud littering the same to Mr. C. Martin, of this town, was brought up on a similar charge. The cheque which he was now charged with forging was on tne Jiank ot JXew Soutu Wales, purporting to have been drawn by Fanny Johnson and B. J. Johnson iu favour of Frank Hedges, and was dated 1st December, 1887. Matthew Ecules, assistant in Mr. Clapham's che!iustshop,dcposed:Irememberthe29thof Decem ber last, it was on Wednesday ; I saw the accused James Cuminings on that day in Sir. Clapham's shop; he was talking about some goods but he would call back again when he got a cheque changed ; before leaving he asked me for a cheque on the Commercial Bank ; I told him that I had none of that bank's cheques, but he could get one at Payne's store ; he came bac...

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 2 March 1889

LOCAL NEWS. MiNJKG Accident. —On Momky afternoon au acci dent happened to a miller named Mr. J. Maloncy who has a contract for sinking a. shaft, on what is called the Welcome Reef ou the Nimble Kimble Creek, Dear Nerriga. After having fired a couple oiBliote init at a, depth oJSOfcetto commence driv ing, he went down to remove the stuff when the roof of the slope came down on him. lie was at once extricated by his mates. Upon being brought up to the surface he was fuund to be very severely injured, one of his legs being broken and his back and the upper part of Ms body terribly crushed. He was driven in a buggy to Tarago and taken on by the traiu to Goulburn, where he was placed in the Hospital under the care of Dr. Gentle. Jorobs Fiked. — The following jurymen who had beensummonedtoattend theQuaitcr .Sessionsyester cUvy not answering to their names at the opening of the Court were fined — James O'Brien in the sum of L2, and Patrick Gallagher in the sum of 10s. The latter fine was s...

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The Story of A Dream. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 6 March 1889

The Story of A Bream. There are a great many people who arc firm believers in dreams, and who are not ashamed to admit it, and a great many other people who will not plead guilty to what they call foolish superstition, and who yet are more or less impressed by a. bad or good dream. To the latter order (according to a paper published at Tientsin) a gentleman belonged wlio some years ago buried his father in a temporary grave whilst the tomb in course of construction for his remains was being finished. When completed the re moval from one spot to the other took place ; but on the tempormy grave being opened it ?was found filled with water, and the coffin was decayed. This being the statp of things, the undertaker hastily picked up tiicbonos, placed thein in an urn, and re-interred them. The same night the son dreamed that he saw his father in great displeasure, and, awaking from his dream he fell to slecpagain to have it repeated. This happened forsoveral successive nights, until at l...

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