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Weekly Calendar. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 9 March 1889

Weekly Calendar, | ii r»i w ii Hay « of i Sun ? Sun (Moons 1 JJaysoftlieWeel: U-M Rises, : Sets, j Age. j Wedsesday ? March 0 fi 5* \ 0 29 $ ! THURSDAY ? „ ' fl S5 : G 28 0 ; Friday- ? „ 8 S fiS 0 20 , 7 i Saturday ? v ,, BJ 568 '? OSS' V8 Sunday ? ' ,, 10 fiS7'U'24 $ N Mosbav ? „' 11 .'» 57 ( 0 23 TO Tcbsdav ? „ 12 5 58 , 0 22 II MOOJi's I-IUSK. -? Moan's first quarter, March 10, at 4.4 it.ui. the Braidwood Dispatch, filfetw4 el 1'rotpcre. SATURDAY, MARCH 9, 1889.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 13 March 1889

CAUTION. LOOK OUT FOR PJJADDS. Owinjjto the .'ruccens -- f Pv. Sr-uln'a American Hop Bitters u- curing all; diseases of the Liver Hif.mncii, ' ? Bowels, Blood, Kidflti-i-? and Urinary Organs, Nervousness. Sli.'oples^nesa, and Female Coinjjlfiints, eo that it linn become a- standard kuu^cbold ' i-otne'd.7 all over the world, nnd the' ' immenso demand for the .'ig-inaJ nnd genuine article, certain persons are offer rig for sale various cheap and spurious prcpar.itioiB under the Jiiiuio of 'Hup Hitlers' vhk-h do __ not contain tlio lucCiiciuaiprojiiiif'ies --. .f^Uud ouly iu Dr. Suuie's Auimeaa ' Hop BilL.;-. Tnke r is oi't.ho cheap hnrjus «tuif simply b(?.^....» it, is cu.Jcil. ' Hup '?? Jiiuers.' ? Or. .Sanlc-V Auiri'iCKH ««(. SSl!!^ nvi- itm T\;e: :m: r,.l,i|i..:,,;.l,:,i f,-,,.,, 55 ;,;,.. SI,,,-!,,,, Jj ? itlllUf. :nni EJnil.l.IiOl ? ;,!, l.,.j s.i.-l I,.. — ?? V!lljl.ihli-ilii-,li.i:i.-iii lli.:i...rll..,,,il ? :.]) ,hc l..-i;il!li.i^r.:i!.-Mi;--iwi:i-iiHlirr.lt.ivi'rKVst'-' Into...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 13 March 1889

TO TAKE FLACE IK THE YOUNG MEN'S HALL, ARALUEN, ON 3IOXDA1 Sight, 18th INSTANT. Proceeds to go to the completion of the Convent Building. ADMISSION— Tickets, Is 8d. b7j. BUCKLEY, Hon. Sec. To Let, A FARM at Tuilor Valley, now occupied by Mr, John ISurke, containing HO Acres of RICH FARMING LAND, the greater part of which has been under cultivation. Every couveni- - eaee. Apply at once to MATTHEW GALLAGHEN, Sis-mile 71»t, BUNGENDORE P., A., & H. Association rpHE BUNGENDORE P., A.. & II. Association 1 will hold their ANNUAL SHOW iiiBUN GENDORE On Thurs&ay,_lltli April. Uy order af the Committee, H. EDMONDS, ?°' Hon. Sec. bi the Assigned Estate of H. €. Blackburn, STOREKEEPER of NELLIGEN nmt MOGO. ALL parties INDEBTED to tiie ahovc Estate arc requested to SETTLE their ACCOUNTS AT ONCE, or legal proceedings will be immediately ?akon fur (lie recovery of the same, without respect of peraouB. G. TWEED! E, Agent Nelligcn, February 28, 1889. Thanks. Thanks. FAILING h...

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Horsford's Acid Phosphate IMPARTS RENEWED STRENGTH [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 13 March 1889

Horsford's Acid Phosphate Imparts Renewed Stkenutii And vigor where there has boon exhaustion. ' Ladies, do you want to be Btrong, healthy ami beautiful ? Then use Or. Scmlc'sAmertcan Hop Bit ters.' .

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CABLE MESSAGES. LONDON, January 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 13 March 1889

CABLE MESSAGEST (From the Sydney Papers.) London, January 1, A syndicate has been formed to work Juubh singer's wall-scouring patent. leu thousand weavers at Armentieros, a town «f Franco on the Lys, nine miles N. W. from Lill, have struck work. The men attacked the factories! and the military liad to be eunnnonrvi in »..._Il order. '' The copper syndicate is arranging with the American mines to stop deliveries for the prcsunt in tho hope that the demand will ovcrteka the supply. The address in Reply to the Quecn'g Speech liai been adopted iu the Houso of Commons. Dr. Charles K. D. Tamicr, M.P. for Mid-Cork has been sentenced to three months' imprisonment under the Irish Crimes Act, for incidug tenants not to pay rent. The trial of Father Mocfaddon and U other jMsr soiis, who took part in the encounter with the police at Gvccdore, has been commenced. They stand charged with the murder of PoliceIn spector Martin, who was killed in the conflict Iu the House of Commons the Hou. Edw&...

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LONDON. MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 13 March 1889

LONDON. Monday. Sir Henry Parkes has directed Sir Saul Samuel to announce the fact that the present deficit of New South Wales amounts to L2,500,O00. AH the depositors in the Frencli Bank were paid in full. It is reported tliat the Shangai Branch has temporarily suspended payment for lack of specie. The floods which occurred in the west of England are subsiding. The damage done to Bristol, which was partly inundated amounts to L40,000. Several deaths are re ported. News from India states that the Malmragah of Cashmere instigated a plot to poison a Brit ish resident On the discovery of the plot, the Maharagah offered to abdicate. Later. Au Irish landlord named Creagh was shot dead while driving to church near Quin. The Secretary for War states that every coaling station for the Navy can now provide substantial mine defence in ten days, and sufficient protection to greatly deter cruisers in three days. A dispatch from America reports a terri ble massacre offive French tourists by Rock...

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OUR TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, TUESDAY, 1.15 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 13 March 1889

OUR TELEO-RAMS. v ? (from oun own cubresfosdext). SYDNEY, Tuesday, 1.15 p.m. At tlio stock sales yesterday, COO cattle were yardod. Prices were firmer ; best beef 24s per cwt. Prime bullocks, £10 5s lOd. ; others from- £1, 11,800 sheep were penned. The market was dull and prices lower. Best merinos, 14s ; others from Cs. Tlin Premier addressed a large meeting at St. Leonard's last night, and spoke for over an hour and a half, being listened to with great attention. He delivered a practical speecli, avoiding all personalities or attacks on liis opponents. He said that the Govern ment intended to confine the present session to passing tlic estimates and a measure to remedy the more prominent defects in the existing Land Act, by doing justice to the various interests concerned. It was intended to give pastoral tenants greater security re appiisement of runs in the Central and Western Divisions ; extension of the area to conditional purchasers, and to remedy tlie law of present delays w...

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Germany and Samoa. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 13 March 1889

(Jeriuauy aud Samoa. Berlin, February 4. — Commenting upon the action of the United States Senate in voting a credit for a coaling station at Pago Pago, the Xatiotwt Zeiiuwj saysthat America obtained the right to establish a coaling station, from Malietoa, foutshe didnottakc ad vantage of the nrivile'e within the specified time. The establishment of a station now would appear to be au American protest against Ueriuan annexation. The Xorth German (j'a~ef.(e makes allusion to Fundleton being unwell. This is construed as an indi cation tliat the appointment of a new Ameri can Minister is desirable. Washington, JTebruary 4. — Count Von Arco Valley, the German Minister, called at tlie State Department this afternoon, and had a conference with Secretary Bayard in regard to Samoan aflaii-s. He informed the secre tary that he had received a communication from Prince Bismarck to the effect that the German Government proposes the resumption at Berlin of the consultations which took place in W...

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Stringhalt. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 13 March 1889

Striughalt. A Gippslandcr iu hist Saturday's Aostbalasiok writes: — The disease called slringlialt seems to have routed all those who have endeavoured to account for it. What is one man's experience is often the reverse of another's. The general idea iu Gippslaud is that it is caused by the so-called dandelion or flat weed. It was unknown till the wood appeared, and grad ually spread over the district ; as the weed in croascd so did the strinchalt. Tt may also he noti ced that the disease is chiefly coufitiod to tiiose parts of the colony where sheep arc not kept, as they eat it down. Dandelion is favoured by dry seasoiis, its large tap roots enabling it to grow when everything else is burnt up ; 1880 was the climax of the drought, and the two evils flourished to a greater extent than they had ever done before. A good season followed, which gave the other grasses a chance, and by degrees they choked our friend out of the field, the result being that horses had plenty of other seed, ...

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V.R.C Races. SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 13 March 1889

V.K.C Races. Satdbdav. A U-aged Stakes, 1 mile.— Mr. M.S. Wallace's Carbine 1, Sinecure 2, Chintz 3. Time, 1 mill. 42 sees. Unplaced Two-year-old Stakes, 5£ furlongs. Mr. J. Millar's Eltie 1, Doris 2, Lydia Hawthorne 3. Time, 1 miu. 11 sees. The Place Handicap, 1J mile.— Hon. J. White's Abercoru, 9st 10lb, 1 ; The Charmer, 7st 81b, 2 ; Cyclops, 9st 31b, 3. Time, 2n«n. 38sccs. Steeplechase, about 3 miles. — Mr. J. Cox's Festal 1, Eaglet 2, Reny 3. Time fimin SOsccs. The Lnch Plato, 2 mites.— Mr. i-. S. Wallace's Carbine, 9st lib; Lochicl, Ost 41b, 2 ; Carlynn, 9st 511), 3. Won somewhat easily by the shortest of half-heads. Time, 3min. 35sccs. Farewell Handicap, 1 mile. — Mr. W. S. Hickcn botliam's Fishwife ], Plutarch 2, Stafford 3. Time, limn. 42Jsecs.

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A Sailor's Terrible Experience. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 13 March 1889

A Sailor's Terrible Experience. Kew York, February 6. — Tlie schooner James E. Kelsoy, Captain J. Whea1ton,jun., arrived at this port from Wilmington, N.G., having on board second mate John Christinas and two seamen, the sole survivors of the crew of the schooner AIHe It. Chester, liail hip from Ne«' York, which had become dis abled during a gale encountered ou the trip from Charleston to Barron Island, and struck on tlie outer edge of Diamond Reef, 1 5 miles .S.S.E. of Cape Hatteras, on January 20th. Captain Jngcrsoll, of tlie Chester, first mate Wellsjthccook and two seamen were drowned. The survivors were 47 hours lashed to the stump of the mizzeninast before discovered by Capbiin Whealton of the schooner Kelsey. Their rescue was nccomplishcd with great difliculty. Twcuty-fouv hours before they were rescued they sighted a lifeboat putting out from shore towards them, but it returned without coming near. Captain Daly of the life-saving station claims that he put out to wards the w...

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Mining Litigation. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 13 March 1889

Mining Litigation. In the Supreme Court on Wednesday the follow ing caseB were commenced and part heard : — nil'. C. J. Maiming aud Mr. Lutgon, instructed by Messrs. John Dawsou and Son, appeared for the plaintiff, Alfred John Hall ; and Mr. Gregory Walker and Mr. Kuox, instructed bv Messrs. Ryb berds and Son, for the defendant, Thomas Drans field. This suit was brought by Alfred J. Hall, hotel keeper, of Buugendorc, aud the object of it was to obtain from the Court a decree declaring that lie was entitled to receive 2000 fully paid up aud 3534 contributing shares in the Koh-i-noor Gold-mining Company, Captain's Flat, held by the defendant. The case for the plaintiff was that about the month of March lost it was agreed by the parties to the suit and three otlicra to take in hand certain pro perty known ob the Iiohi-noor Mine, situated at Captain's Flat, for the purpose of forming a syndi cate and floating the mine on the Sydney market. Accordingly a meeting was held in the office of...

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Parliamentary. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 13 March 1889

Parliamentary. The Legislative Council held a special sitting on Friday, at which that Chamber dealt expeditiously with the Temporary Supply Bill. In the Assembly on Friday the Speaker appointed the Committee of Election aud Qualification. Mr. Ryrie aud Mr. Lee, two of those appointed, were sworn in. On the motion of Mr. Dibbs, the four petitions against the return of the members for Argyle, the Hastings and Manning, the Richmond, and South Svdnev. were referred to the committee. Mr. Slattery made a personal explanation in regard to the appointment of Mr. Middleton as Police Magistrate at Burrowa. The appointment was only a temporary one to save expense, aud was never intended to be permanent. When the House re-assembled after dinner the Speaker announced that his Excellency the Governor had assented to the Temporary Supply Bill, iir. Burdckiu informed the House that the new Ministry had that evening been sworn in, and he moved that their scuts be declared vacant, which was done. Mr...

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"The Ruling Passion Strong." [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 13 March 1889

? 'The Ruling Passion Strong.' . In one jot the coast States there Jived two jnen'of'very dissimilar positions, but -whose similar toBte in- one thing led iliem to 'meat together' on an occasion long remembered toy, iniftiiyiprosent. One was an eminent judge, and the other was the French keeper of a sailors', loft. The iudge was holding 'Court, aud the loft-keepev was au important witness in a case before him. Tlie witness was willed, hut he coinu not, nor answered. ' Where is Suson ?,' asked tlie judge, im patient at the non-appearance of the wit ness. *' He will not answer, your honor,' replied the sheriff, 'Go and find him, and bring him into court!' cried Uie judge, sternly. The Shevin' went to look for : him, aud found the Frenchman a deeply interested spectator of a cock-fight then going on in the villages. Returning to the court-room he re ported to the judge, ' Your honor, Mr. Susan is looking at a chicken-fight, and says that all the judges in the State can't bring him away...

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Horrible Traffic in Infants. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 13 March 1889

Horrible Traffic in Infante. The young woman, Knte Do Lnwrie, who has pleaded guilty to eight different charges of aban doning infants whom she had received from their parents ou the pretence of getting them adopted by some ' kind lady,' was brought up for sentence be fore Judge Miiofttvhvnd at the Metropolitan Quarter Sessions ou Friday. There were five other similar charges agaiuet her which were not proceeded with. The case throws a lurid light upon the foulnest of social life in its lower depths iu Sydney aud gives a horrible insight into the unnatural methods resorted to by the parents of illigitimatc children for getting rid of their offspring. The prisoner stated that this plan of making money was revealed to her by a woman whom she had met in 'the hos pital.' Some years ago a number of infants were found dead in public places, apparently killed by compression in ft tight bandage. No trace of the perpetrators of the crimes was ever discovered, and there is room for the suspic...

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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 13 March 1889

GENERAL NEWS. During a magisterial inquiry at the South Sydney Morgue on Saturday Mr. \V. T. Piuhey. J.P.; called attention to a matter connected with the burial of paupers, into which, he said, an investi gation was necessary. An inquiry had been held unon the bodv of a woman who was found flo.1r.in0 iu Johnston's Bay, and when Mr. Piuhey was about to give an order for a pauper burial to take place on Sunday afternoon the caretaker of the morgue stated that paupers were never buried upou Sun days. In reply to Mr. Pinhey, he further stated that bodies in an advanced stage of decomposition had been allowed to retnaiu iu the morgue till the Monday on several occasions owing to this custom. Mr. Pinhey said that such a practice was alto gether wrong, a.nd an inquiry should be made re ;arumg me matter. An exciting accident happened to the late traiii between Lees Crossing aud Beechworth (Victoria) on Saturday night. The tram consisted of three taucks, two carriages, and a guards van, one...

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Long Pig. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 13 March 1889

, ?; lioiig Tig. The early iniBsiofiaries to Polynesia found a ?gixjat'difi'erence in the resisting power of the various kinds of savages to their ctforte. Jn the Hawuiau Islands, for instance, .all : went wo!i. Nine-tentlis of the natives were converted ; they went to school and to church ; they wore clothes on Sundays, went naked and caught colds on Mondays, and generally took to their beds so soon after theh' conversion that there was very little time for backsliding, which was mostly cou iined to the younger and friskier converts. ' The spiritual crop was thus gathered in jis soon as it was ripe ; it w;is the surest .and tlie most satisfactory way ; and the Boai-d of '_ Missions felt that a great work had been ac complished, esjiecially as no trouble had then been made about the probation of the , heathen. But affairs did not move so happily as this in all the missions. 'Die Feejee group, in particular, was inhabited by n, stubborn and ? unregenerate ru.ee, and they held ou to t...

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Manuring Orchards by Sheep. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 13 March 1889

Manuring Orchards by Sheep. Some experiments in the manuring of apple orchards by sheep have been carried out in America, with very satisfactory results. In one case the object of putting ihe sheep into the orchard was that of get ting rid of weedB with which it was infested, and that object was attained. Abont four times as many fshecp were kept in the orchard for the whole sum mer as the grass would have fed, and cake and com were given to the animals. Tiie experiment was kept up for four summers, at the cud of which time the quantity of fruit produced was double what it had been, the quantity being also greatly improved. Similar results were obtained in several other in stances, and on a large sc.iie. As the sheep are reported to have paid well for the food supplied to them, the enrichment of the orchards was effected free of cost. Iu certain potions of the States, pigs have the free run of orchards ; this when con tinued for two or three years, is said to have re duced the codli...

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Arrest of Father M'Fadden. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 13 March 1889

Arrest of F.ituer M'Faddcii The following is from Uio s.M. Herald, Ulegrajilicd from Albany uiicra the mail steuncr arrived on tuwiay xviti) news to the Uth February :— The arrest of Father M'Fadden at G weedor, under the Crimes Act, in court under warrant led to a serious coufliet between the people and the police in which District-inspector Martin was brutally murdered. Inspector Martin was set upon by an enormous crowd of excited men, and after fighting desperately, sword in hand, he was massacred a few feet from the front door of Father M'Faddcn's residence. This shocking occurrence had its iucep tion in the arrest of the parish priest on his ap pearance at the door of the Derrybeg chapel after mass. Martin was placed with eight constables along the pathway leading from the chapel to the parochial house. He was the first to lay hands ou the priest, and on that gentleman instantly de manding the warrant, some moments were given for the crowd of parishioners to throng around the p...

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UNCOUNTED BLESSINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 13 March 1889

IIKCOVNTEO BLBSSINGS. fiomctinieB tire of making vain endeavour, For things 1 never win, though sought so long, Anil wonder if my plans nijist fail for over, Aud minor chords creep into life's low song, ' Until my heart is heavy witli ite eovtwe. As thiugs lieyond me. always far away, Keep tockoiiing on, and whispering, 'To-morrow !' , .; J)ut«evcr jhold'tlicniueicnf ''Jo-day !' The things just out of reach scran always fairer Than nny things to-day can have mid liold. To-morrow's sunshine will lie brighter, rarer — And bo we niiss the present hours gold. To day wo lose in dreams of the to-morrow, And when to-morrow comes, the heart will lay . Plans for the future, thinking o'er i»i wmtow The squandered blessings of the yesterday. We J&sf tWi-lirtX Jovfi of lite for ever Iji thinking of the far-off uiiatbiincd, And by and hy, when fainting hope says ' Never,' 1 Kor \yhaf\to've inUsed, lifo's long l-cgrct JBgainciJ. * If wo could tftke life's blessings as we flnfl tiiom, Maki...

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