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The Career of Pigott, [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 6 March 1889

SBio Career of Pigott* Pigott, the Irish -informer, is not altogether 'unknown in Australia, aud (the Melbourne Argus observes) his recent extraordinary conduct is said to be precisely what might have been expected by those who were ac quainted with liis past career. In the earlier period of his public life Pigott was regarded ninbhi the Irish nationalists as a uimi of 'light and loadiais,' and lie whs imnlicitv trusted until lie proved himself to be 'a traitor to the cause.' As editor and pro prietor of the XiueOUaK, whilst it was recog nised as the organ o£ the Nationalist party, -he exercised a powerful influence.; but his writing in that journal became characterised by such violence of vituperation imd such ?recklessness of advice as to ofl'cnd the mode rate men of the party and bring him under the bspocM'displeasure of the Irish ecclesia stics. He openly .advocated the abandon ment of the old policy of the Irish Nationa lists, and recommended the adoption of the '?iaewtfiocle o...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OUR TELEGRAMS. SATURDAY [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 6 March 1889

OUR TELEGRAMS. Saturday* j The V.R.C. races commenced to-day. The I following are tlie results : — 1 Essendou Stakes, 1£ miles.— Hou. J. White's j Abercorn 1, Cyclops 2, Malua 3. Won fn a canter I by two lengths. Time, 2 rain. 51 sees. I Ascot Vale Stakes, J mile.— Hon. J. White1* ? Spice 1, Rose Argent 2, Richelieu 3. Betting; j 7 to 4 on Rudolph. Won very easily. Time, 1 s niin. 17 sees. St. Leger Stakes, If mile and 132 yard?. — Hon. J. White's Volley 1, Lnndsilale2, Melo«3, Chaldean, Snowfoot, Alphington, Benson, and Pearlshell also started. Won in a canter by a length and a h&lf. Melos was beaten hy a neck for second place. Time, 3 min. 15§ sees. Newmarket Handicap, J mile. — Mr. M. Jacob'* Sedition, 7st 31b, 1 ; Lochiel, 9;it 4Ib, 2 ; Carbine, 8st 121b, 3. Tlie following also etarted :— Cran- brook, Tradition, Plutarch, Buz, Pakeha, Lidy Hetty, The Charmer, Abrupt, Epicurean, Surprise;' Gladstone, Paddy, Melody, Chetwynd, Uncas, Churchill, Gaiters, R.I.P, Sedition's pr...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CABLE MESSAGES. LONDON, February 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 6 March 1889

CABLE MESSAGES. ? ♦ ? (From tho Sydney Papers. ) LONDON, February 28. Mr. C. A. Gooilchap lately Commissioner for New South Wales Railways, iu company %vith Mr. Speight, Victorian Commissioner of Railways, has inspected the Widltinl Railway and, in course of conversation, has declared himself much fluttered hy his return to tlie New tSouth Wales Parliament for the Redfcin electorate. He considers his elec tion the comnlimont of his lifetime, and declares that it will shorten his visit to England, as he de sires to represent his constituents. Mauch 1. In the House of Commons, Mr. T. M. Healy, M.P. for North Longford, has given notice of his intention to move that Sir Richard Webster, Q.C., Attorney-General, who acted as counsel for the Times before the Special Commission, has forfeited Uus confidence of the House. In the House of Commons last night the debate on the amendment to the Address in Reply, moved by Mr. John Mor ley, was continued. Mr. Chamberlain, made a vigorous speech in...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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LONDON. MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 6 March 1889

LONDON. Mommy. It ts mmourod tliat a conflict lias occurred at Snmon, between the German mill American men of «ir Tlio Americans fired first with blank cart iM«b *nd the German warship Olga replied with Llf. Neither the German or American legations }« London have received any advices connmiiiig MV^nWnflr states that the Czar told him he was rricved that Prince Ferdinand was persecuting tlie Orthodox clergy in Bulgaria. The CW trusted that the Bulgarians would expel the unlawful Ptinco. » 1 Latek. A suspicion has airisen that an agent of the TlWM was privy t« l'igott'm escape. In thPEculluig race O Connor and Gaudaur the former won with the greatest cane. Gaudnur col lapsed after goings qunrter of a mile.

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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The Day Dawn Mine, Little River. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 6 March 1889

The Day Dawn Mine. Little River. The first half-yearly meeting of the shareholders of the l-ay Dawn Gold Mining Company, Limited, was held in the committee-room of the Mechanics' Institute, Goulburn, on Thursday evening last. Mr. H. S. Gannon was in the chair. There were about t weuty-five shareholders present, representing about 14,000 shares. The secretary read the fol lowing report : — ' The directors herewith present their first half yearly report, together with the balance-sheet duly audited. ' The company was formed and duly registered early in August last. The manager'6 and engineer's reports suffieieu tly establish the energy and activity which have characterised the management since that time. ' Machinery of the value of £2000 has been erected and is now iu thorough going order, aud but for the unfortunate and unavoidaulc delays that have from time to time occurred by breakages in the roller rings of the Huntington mill, your directors would have liad to report a larger and...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Alternative Railway Line. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 6 March 1889

Alternative Railway Line. A deputation, consisting of Messrs. Stephen, DawHon, Cass, Kidd, Wall, Colls, Barbonr, Ryiie, and Barnes, Ms. L. A., waited on the minister for works on Friday for the purpose of Asking that a trial survey should be miide of a proposed fine from Cooum to the Victorian border, as an alternative railway route to Melbourne. The members of the acputation pointed out that they understood that a flying survey was at present being made by the officers of the department. The necessity for the proposed line was apparent to all who knew the character of the traffic between the two colonies, and the line would moreover open up an exceedingly rich district. Air. Fletcher explained that no sur vey was being made at present. The officers of the department were simply engaged in exploring. He promised to give the necessary instructions to the cugineer-in-chief for a trial survey to be made without delay. A cable fiom Auckland New Zealand on Satur day reports :— To Kooti w...

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Braidwood Quarter Sessions. Saturday, March 2ND. (Before A. P. Backhouse, Esq., Chairman.) FORGERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 6 March 1889

BrAidwood Qunrtcr Sessions. Sawrday, Mabcu 2np. (Before A. P. Backhouse, Esq., Chairmen.) POSMIKRY. James Cu minings, fouud guilty the previous day of forging a cheque purporting to hnvo been drawn by Fanny .Johnson and u. P. Johnson in favour of Frank Hedges, was sentenced to three years hard labour in Goulbum gaol, such sentence to be con current with the unfinished period of his former sentence, the same having three months to run.

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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A Solicitor Applies to be Struck off the Rolls. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 6 March 1889

A Solicitor Applies to be Struck off the Rolls. A somewhat peculiar application, and one which appears to be almost without precedent here, was made to the Full Court on Friday. It was that a solicitor named David Kirkly Farr might be struck off the roll as an attorney of the court, and the novel circumstance about the matter is that the ' lmnpy despatch' was moved at the attorney's own instance, the ground advanced hy his counsel being that, although admitted as a solicitor in 1885, he had never conferred upon the public the benefit of his legal training, and had, in fact, practically retired from the profession. The Chief Justice, however, informed the applicant's counsel that cer tain facts had been submitted to the court by the Protlionotary, which required cxplauauation, and thereupon the application was withdrawn, the learned counsel intimating that he might renew it at some future time upon fuller affidavits. The court then directed the Prothonotaiy to nerve a notice upon F&a...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 6 March 1889

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Braidwood District Court Saturday, March 2nd. (Before His Honor Judge Backhouse.) [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 6 March 1889

Braidwood District Court Saturday, March 2nd. (Before His Honor Judge Backhouse.) John Smith asjjCo. v. BavidjMay. — Confessed. M. Feehan v. 1). O'Neim.. —Trespass action L100, postponed till next sittings on account of de fendant not appearing, the defendant to pay all costs of the day and six witnesse's expenses, the payment of the costs to be a condition precedent to defendant being allowed to defend, lit. Butter worth for plaiutm. O'Neill v. Wood.— L38 7sdiBhononrcdpronotc. Continued till next sittings as the summons was served on his wife, aud there was no proof of the service having come to his knowledge. Mr. W. L. Fell for plaintiff. Payne v. D. Richaudsos.— L16' Is 9d. Goods sold to plaintiffs wife. Mr. W. L. Fell for plaiutiff. Mr. Crang, on behalf of Mr. Betts of Goulburn, for defendant. Verdict for amount claimed and one witness. E. Wsnnv. E. Rowu.— L22 dishonoured pro note. Mr. Butterworth, instructed by Messrs. Laurence and Rich, of Sydney, for defendant. Verdict for am...

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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 6 March 1889

GENERAL NEWS. A largely-attended meeting of the members of the free-trade party — free trade members of the Assembly, free-trade members of the last Parlia utcnt, and defeated free trade candidates at the general election— was held on Friday for the pur pose of forming a strong association, and consider ing the best means to adopt for organisation pur poses. It was decided that an association he formed tn be known as the Liberal Association. Between 20 and 30 members of the Assembly, representing different parts of the colony, weve appointed a committee together with a similar number who will be appointed as representatives of local centres. Steps will be takeu as soon as possible to form branch associations iu different parts of the country. Another meeting will shortly be held to further promote the objects in view. There was a rumour current in town on Friday afternoon that Mr. Fletcher had resigned biB ottiee as Minister for Public Works. The matter came up iu the Legislative As...

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Scraps. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 6 March 1889

Scraps. Plane Men. — Joiners. Made of Awl Work. — Hand-sewn shoes. What kind of ships are most like scissors ? —Cutters. An Historian's Definition of Matrimony. — Choice difficult — success doubtful — engage- ment perpetual. The popular idea of an anarchist is that of a wan who is likely to take anything valuable that conies in his way, except a bath. A school-teacher lately put the question, ?' What is the highest form of animal life ?'' ' The giraffe '' responded a bright member of the class. Club Night. — Wife — 'Will you come home early this evening f Husband — 'Yes, probably — that is, you needn't keep the breakfast waiting if I am not here.' A minister made a rather long call upon a lady of his acquaintance. Her little daughter, who was present, grew wean* of his conversation, and whispered, in an audible key, ' Don't he bring his * Auicn' with him, niaunna ' ' What was it that David said to Solomon on a certain occasion ?' asked a Texas Sun day-school teacher of his class. A ...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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Parliamentary. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 6 March 1889

Parliamentary. The attendance in the Legislative Assembly on Friday afternoon when the Speaker took the chair was not nearly so large as that of the previous day. There were at that time not more than 40 hou. members ou each side, but by degrees the numbers increased to some extent. There was a consider able amount of nrcliminarv business, ivhir.1i was quickly dealt with. Mr Speaker anuounccd the return of the writ from Blurt, endorsed with the name of Mr. Wyinan Brown. At a latter stage Mr. Brown was introduced by Mr. Copeland ; he took the oath of allegiance and his seat on the Government side of the House. Mr. Dibbs informed the Legislative Assembly that there were no funds available for the payment of the Civil servants, which was due that day. They had no right to keep the Civil servants out of their money, and he had a suggestion to make to the House. They were not now in -the position they were in a month ago, when Parliament was not sitting. The Government had no right to sp...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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Original Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 6 March 1889

Original Correspondence. [It must be distinctly understood that wo do not I hold ourselves responsible for the opinions ex- j pressed by our correspondents.] ! (TO TUB EDITOB, OF THE DlSrATEU) i Sir, — In reference to your observations in the matter of the complication resulting in tho petition against the Speaker's election, «l\o-v me to point out a slight mistake. Although the .Speaker is to appoint the judges in his own case the Committee ot Elections that committee has to be approved by the House, any members of the Committee not go approved have to be struck out and replaced by others. Then as to the question as to whether tho elec tion for the Hastings was legal. I think the Com mittee will hold that it was so, unless there was such a pressure of voters at the particular booth in question iw to prevent the possibility of the ex cluded voters from polling, after the Presiding Officer hod had his lunch. I tlo not consider that the Electoral Act ever contemplated Presiding of fic...

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Mark Twain as An Inventor. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 6 March 1889

Mark Twain as An Inventor. It is not generally known that the geuial humourist who is famous throughout the civilised world as ' Hark Twain ' is a me chanician of no ordinary kind. For several years he .has been engaged in perfecting a typesetting machine of his own invention, and at last his patient toil lias been, as he ; declares, crowned with success. He writes to a correspondent under date Hartford, January C, 2 p.m., as follows : — 'The machine is finished 1 An hour and 40 minutes ago a lino of movable typos was spaced and justified by machinery for the first time in the history of the world 1 And I was there to see. 'That was the final function, I had be fore seen the machine setiypcy automatically distribute type, and automatically distribute its 11 different thickness of sjjacos. So now I have seen the machine, operated hy one individual, clothe whole thing, and Jo it a ! deal better than any man at the csise can do i it. j 'This is by far and away the most mar- 1 vellous i...

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Report of the Railway Commissioners. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 6 March 1889

Report of the Railway Commissioners. The report of the railway Commissioners for the quarter ending December 31, 1888 was laid on the table of the Legislative Assembly on Thursday. The revenue from all sources for that period was L757.881 , and the expenditure L419.I50, as against lMil,ito3 and IA21,U'JI respectively for the corres ponding quarter of 1887. The number of passen gers carried was 4,170,013; the goods amounted to 688,150 tons'; live stock, 29,805 tons; 2,097,5 16 train miles were run. The earnings per tr.iin mile were 7s 2jd, against an nxpeiiditure of 4s per train mile. The report states that the rolling-stock was far from being in a satisfactory state, and the loco motives were also needing much attention. The rolling stock for the tramways was also very de ficient.

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Weekly Calendar. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 6 March 1889

Weekly Calendar. T)»»«nf tl.,. UWt Buys of Sun I Sun Moons Dayeol the Week Month. Ris(!S g^. ^ Wedkbsday ? March 6 5 5t C 29 5 Thcmpav ? , 7 5 55 0 28 C Friday ? „ 8 5 55 C 26 7 SatprDAT ? „ 8 5 5G C 25 8 SdwdaY ? „ 10 5 57 6 24 9 MohdaT ? H 5 57 0 23 10 ftasDAT ? „ 12 5 58 6 22 U moos's riusE. Moon's first quarter, March 10, at 4.4 a.m. The Braidwood Dispatch. Strenuc et Prosperl WEDNESDAY, MARCH 6, 1889.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 6 March 1889

[?] Wool. wool. Wool. THE NEW ZEALAND LOAN Mercantile Agency Co., LIMITED, Bridge Street, 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 all Mools entrusted to the Company for Bale, whether from Inr-je or small clips. Growers advised and consulted with before sales ale made. Liberal cash advances when! desired on wool and other produce whether for sale in Sydney or ship ment to London. The addition to the Company's premises of (he magnificent new warehouses in Bridge Street acquired since last season ensures to Growers the display of their wools to the very greatest advau. tage. G. S. CAMPBELL, Manager. | {Sydney Wool ami Grain Warehouses, Bridire ? street, .Sydney, Sept., X8SS Tr EATING'S POWDER. T- EATING'S POWDER. Tr EATING'S POWDER. jr EATING'S POWDER. KILLS UVUfi, FLEAS. ? BEETL1& ? THIS POWDER Is QUITE HARMLESS to animal life, but is...

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 6 March 1889

LOCAL NEWS. ? ? ? OUR New Judqk. — Judge Backhouse, wlio for merly filled the position of Crown Prosecutor before hit elevation to the lieiwh, and who discharged his duties in that capacity most efficiently, lias given r:at satisfaction on this his first visit amongst us hia wore diguified official position. HiB Honor did not rush here on the morwug of the Court and keep the jury waiting for half the day as his pre decessor was in the habit of doing. He arrived on the previous day, accompanied by Mrs. Backhouse, putting up at the Albion and remaining till sun day, when they both left for Queanbeyuu, the ses sions being held there yesterday. The Judge aud Mrs. Backhouse attended the concert at the Lit ?raty Institute on Thursday evening, and during their iitay were not unmindful of their social duties to thecommunity in which a judge as the embodi ment of law and justice occupies hi his public capa city such a leading position. It would be desir able in order to still further add to ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 6 March 1889

WANTED, to take to Sydney a young GIRL aB Nurse. Apply, MRS. HANDCOCK, The Pnreonagc, Braidwooil. WANTED, a CARRIER to take luggage to Taraco about Monday next. ^ C. L. HANDCOCK, The Parsonage, Braidwood. TalTHBR left (it hut on Mountain or lost aloug Xj the road home, a Child's Brewu Ulster. Finder ^'^MRS.W.F.BUNDOCK, Greystancs, Braidwood. Braidwood Rifle Company. MEMBERS trill please note that the following days have been selected for practice, ziz., WEDNESDAY, 4 p.m. ; SATURDAY, 2 p.m., when a marker will be in attendance. WAL. C. DOWNIE, Hon. Sec. Notice. AS the Her. C. L. Handcock is about to leave the district, he requests that all persons hftring »ny outstanding claims against him will be kind euougH to send in the same to the uuder signtd as soon as possible. * FELL & SON. Bratdwaod, March 5, '88. To Let, * FARM at Tudor Valley, now occupied by J\_ Mr, John Burke, containing 110 Acres of RICH FARMING LAND, the greater part of which haB been under cultivation. Every ...

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