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Suicide at Captain's Flat. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 13 March 1889

Suicide at Captain's Flat. On Tuesday last information was conveyed by telegraph to Mr. E. Parr, district coroner, that a man named Bouas, practising as a doctor at Cap tain's Flat had died under suspicion circumstances. Mr. Parr, was, however, unable to proceed to the Flat, owing to the Quarter Sessions being then on, hnt Dr. S. L. Richardson, J. P., at once went out and with Mr. H. Foord, J.P., held a magisterial inquiry on the following da}', into the circumstances. From the evidence it appears that on Tuesday, a hoy at the Flat broke his arm and on some persons going down to the doctor's residence, they dis covered him iu a dying condition, aud displaying symptoms of poisoning. The police were sent for, and remedies applied, but the unfortunete man ex pired a couple of hours after having been found. Dr. Richardson who made au examination of deceased's stomach certified as to death by arenic poisoning, aud a verdict to that effect was accord ingly returned. The deceased is report...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Weekly Calendar. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 13 March 1889

Weekly Calendar. «... m «' i Days of Sun Sun Moons Days.f the Week Mo*t,u Bisca SeUj Ag(^ Wednesday ? March 13 5 59 0 20 J2 Thpbsday ? „ 14 6 0 0 19 13 Friday ? IB fi 1 G 17 14 ISaTCKDAY ? „ 10 8 1 0 10 15 Sondav- ? , 17 6 2 6 14 16 Mosdav ? 18 6 8 C 13 17 TtUDAT ? „ 19 6 3 0 12 18

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 13 March 1889

IN USE 100 YEARS. SKIN DISEASES ARE of two kinds : firstly, those which in-e only skin deep (which are ]-ot uovv to be consider cd) ; secondly, those which arc caused by a bail state of the blood, aud which attack various parts of the body in different ways. Skiu disease snows. ? itself in the HEAD, sometimes in the form of Dandruff which uo amount of brushing or combing will get rid of, iiiid sometimes in the form of Scaly Eruptions. Li tho NECK, by »n enlargement of Ihc gliuids (commonly called tilandular Swellings,) which if unchecked become very unsightly wounds, iu the ARMPITS, and the inside of the ELBOWS, by an inflamed Rougimcss of the Skin, which is very painful when washed, lu the HANDS, by deep Cracks or Fissures which, if healed for a few days, speedily open again, or by Loray-looking patches. Iu the LE-jS, by Hard, Shiny, and in flamed Swellings, or by wounds more or less deep. And on the BODY, in Red Scaly Patches, which as often as rubbed off, form again, or in the di...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 13 March 1889

LOOAL NEWS. ? .* ? . ? - — . InE Dry Weather. — The continuance of dry Weather is btginning to have a serious outlook for the farmers, who cannot commence ploughing until we have a good fall of raiu. There was a very little wheat sown in this district last year, princip ally owing to the want of rain at tbc time it ought to liave been put in. Wheat is now commanding a better price and it is likely to continue to do so. As soon as we have rain therefore we shall probably eee a larger quantity of land under wheat in this district this year than for many years past. Br/NCENDOKE Snow. — We beg to draw attention to the advertisment in another column announcing that the Animal Show will be held iu Buiigcndore on Thursday 11th April. This is the same day as the Braidwood Show is to be held on. It is a pity that there should be any clashing between neigh bouring towns on such an important matter iu which a number of the residents of both districts are equallyinterested. Perhaps our Bungeiid...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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MOON'S PHASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 13 March 1889

hook's rttASE. Full Moon, Hatch 17, at 0.52 a.m. The Braidwood Dispatch. Slrenui el Proeperi. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 13, 1889.

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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The late Crown Prince of Austria. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 16 March 1889

Tlie late Crown Prince of Austria. (Frmn ttte S.M. Herald's Correspondent.) 'The mystery surrounding tlie death of the Crown Prince of Austria bus given rise to many conflicting statements. The following narratives supply details of tlie versions most ?WiSely ?circulated. Rudolph hod -for theiast three yearsat least been living, in bad ways. His disappointment at not having a son first estranged him from his wife, and his subse quent infidelities completed the separation. Gradually it became apparent that the young pair, formerly so attached, were leading a cat-and-dog life. The Prince, a. man of slight build, nervous sympathetic temperament, liighly imaginative and excitable, took to ex cessive . drinking. He lost interest in his literary pursuits, as well as artistic studies, and was always craving for excitement. He did inad things when out bear-shooting and deer-stalking, and was frequently seen with flushed face. He took pleasure in loose so ciety, und btcame smitten with fondn...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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IF WE HELP ONE ANOTHER. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 16 March 1889

IF WE HELP ONE ANOTHER If we help one auothci Along the path of life, Koch be to each a brother Through quiet slid through strife, Our hopes will shine the brighter, Our hearts will he the lighter, If we help one another. Though trouble's clouds may gather, The eky is still above ; Though it be stormy weather, The sun will constant prove, And every shadow Iminsh — The mists ?will surely vanish If we help one another Life hath ita meed of sorrow, .- , And all must have tbeir Bharc ; ' To-day lherc'8 joy, to-morrow May bring its load of cave ; . But trouble will be lightened, And happiness ha brightened, If we help one another. Then let us help each other, And do ali the good we can Each be to each a brother Through nil of life's brief span ; Fornearts will be the lighter, ' The world be better, brighter, II we belp one another.

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 16 March 1889

Tlie Inspector-General nf Police inter viewed the Crown Liiw Officers to-dny to obtain directions in uoimectioii with tlie prosecution of itnpei'somttoiw. Jsome st«ft liug revolutions arc shortly expected.

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 16 March 1889

Hereford's Acid Phosphate Imparts Renewed Strength mill vigor where thcie has been exhaustion. Agistment. '1TTANTED a few Horses to graze iu Paddock YV near town. Ciood supply water aud grass ; secure {cucc. Apply, FREE TRADE STORES. Notice. 1HAVE in my paddock one RKD STEER, with white face, branded WO (W sideways) near rump. The owner can have him by paying for this advertisement. \VM. UACKUOUSK. Notice. mllKKE is a HE1) HULLOCK, with a hump on |_ his back, uuhrauiletl, about 0 ycara old, ran uiug about Bemiora, which I believe is my pro perty. Any person shotting a better right to hint must -lo so within 14 -lnyu irum this advertisement. JOHN HELL, Back Creek. £10 Reward. WHKREA.S a Horse in my charge wan shut dead oh or about the )3tli instant, in my paddock, at Tuiituleau, 1 hereby offer the above reward for such information as will CONVICT the guilty party or partio. LYXX .SttEPHARb, Jf ml Tantulean, March 14, 18SH. Notice of Application for Publican's License. I THOMAS OT.IUE...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 16 March 1889

CAUTION. LOOK OUT FO? FIJKD3. Owing to tho tucocsa of Dr. Soulo'a American Hop Bittcra m curing all diseases of the Livev, Stomach, Bowels, Blood, Kida«ji-= and Urinary Organs, Nervousness, Sleeplessness, ana Female Compla-.nta, so tbat it lias become a standard household i-einedy all over tho -world, find the immense demand for the o'igmal and genuine article, certaLu i-eieons - aro offer.ug for sale various cheap and spurious preparations under tlie name of ' Hop Bitters ' which do not contain the medicinal properties found onlv in. Dr. Soule's American Hox^BiU^fs. Take r no of tho cheap bogus stulF simply toecuue ic is called ftHop Bitters.' ? Or. Soiiii-n AuKrinrli tln|- tMn.r, mr tltit lNurAl nml Him IJIn, .» nrr wn.'.o. Tlicyura «-h,;v,Mi..lr,I n.itn II.i[i -, l!nt!ni, ;lln» ?Irnlii-.iiiiriOnnilrllon- rim -.,?!. st. ! ? -1, ;.n-r ,;,.--[ vtllii:ll(lc l]!i'i]i.i;i-.^ in 11,.; -.v. I. ;. .,].,/ ,,,:,:,, n :,)i !!,„ iK-tuml lil.^l .-M-nivi; i.i-..]»-r i,-s ? r I' ,.: ..?:? Mui-iv...

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LONDON. THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 16 March 1889

LONDON. TltUitSDAV. Austria liiw sOitioned a corps for observa tion on the Servian frontier. Twenty thousand Austrian troops urn iL-jidy to inarch iitUi 8er\in at half n -l«y's notice. The Timim dec-lures tlmt it waits with }ier fect tiontitlcnce tlio result of the impartial mid thorough inquiry into Pwiiellism and its identification «'itli ci'iine in Trehuid. Tiie House of Commons has rejected «i bill introducne! by the PnrneHile party to initi gute prison ti-catment of Irish political olVeuders by » 'nijoiity of OC. At tlie banquet j^iven by members of the Royal Colonial Institute, the Prince of Wjiies expressed regret thnt the hick of time (iml opportunity prevented him from visiting Australia. Inthc welfare of the colonies he felt tlie deepest interest, and considei-ed it tv l-c *hc duty of every statesman to visit those lands. TJie eflbrt-s of the colonies had been not only to protect themselves, but also to assist the Empire. He eulogised the ofler of South Australia to scud t...

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Braidwood Police Court. TUESDAY, MARCH 12. (Before Mr.w. N. Beinnison.) [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 16 March 1889

BrAitlwood Police Court. Tl'BSPAV, MAKCH 12. (Before Mr. W. N. Bennisoii.) .pnnsKBSjfBss. — William Towneend, who had put in a niglit iu the lockup for drunkenness, was ad , nionishcd aud discharged. Wedkesoav, Mahcu IS. (Before Mosbid. F. Mason anil J. Wallace,) rxsou.vD mind. Peter Murphy was charged with bcuig of unsound mind. Dr. Llewellyn deposed : I am Medical Officer iu tlie Braidwood district olid Visiting Surgeon of the gaol ; ou Monday 1 was called to the gaol to ex amine the prisoner uud have seen him again to-day ; he is quite well and apparently harmless, but when spoken to he talks incoherently and snys that he has beou wronged by the Victorian aud New South Wales Governments ; he has been an inmate of the Arrnrat Lunatic Asyluiu ; do not thin!; he is lit to be at large, as lie might do himself an injury ,but ho would not in my opinion injure any one else. Dr. If. L. Cuminiugs deposed that he had seen the accused and that he talked incoherently at times about some Mine...

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CABLE MESSAGES. LONDON March 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 16 March 1889

CABLE MESSAGES. ? ^ ? . (From tJie Sydney Papers.) LONHOK. March Ii. It has been decided to voluntarily wind up the Consolidated Broken Hill Mining Company at Broken Hill owing to doulita which exist as to the title of the company's property. An Irish landlord named Creagh was fatally shut while driving to Church, near Quin. His sister had the tip of her nose shot oil'. Tlio Hon. h. Stanhope, Secretary for War, states that it is possible that every British coaling station for the navy can now provide u substantial 'mine- defence' in 10 days, aud enough protection can be obtained in tliroe days to greatly deter any hostile cruisers from attacking the station, March 12. Canada grants a subsidy of X110.000 for the Canadian Pacific Compsny's Atlantic Hue of stea mers. The copper mines have arranged to suspend operations for two months. Holders of copper have agreed not to sell belotr a price to be arranged. The 12arl of Carnarvon has introduced a bill in tho House of Lords to disqualify...

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The Proposed Victorian Stock Tax. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 16 March 1889

The Proposed Victorian Stock Tax. With reference to the policy of the Government ou the proposed incrt-ase of the stock tax to 25 per cent in the courst! of hia address to the electors of the Eastern Suburbs, at the Kew Recreation Hall on Mbuday night, Mr. Gillies expressed the opinion that no great advantage would be given to the bulk of the farmers by an increase iu tlie stock-tax, though it would Ueneut the large graziers aud land owners. If that tax were increased, a great evil would be done. It would only injure the neigh bom's of this colony, and he did not believe in iu jtiviiig them, especially when they were not bene fiting themselves. The stock tax would injure the cause of federation, and this country would lone more than they would gain by it. Ill-will to their neighbours would do them far more harm than any increase in the stock t«K could do them good, Only ii few months ago, Mr. Gillies went mi to say, Sir Homy 1'urkes introduced two new liiiiw of rail way U- reach the...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 16 March 1889

G-BNERAL NEWS. A telegram from Broken Hill on Thursday says : i — A man named William H. Davis gave himself up to the police on Wednesday. Ho alleged that he had, nboul eighteen months ago, poisoned a, man named (ioorgc, at Sturt's Meadows. He and Oeorgc occupied a hut together ou a station thci-c, and after he had poisoned his comrade, ami the latter was iu a dying condition, JJavis leportcd his illness to the superintendent of the station. The statiou hands buried the victim in a lonely purl of the bush, without a suspicion of foul play. * Davis is detained for investigation. On Tuesday night the Very Uuv. Archmicst Shcehy of Wollongong, was presented with an ad dress nud a gold watch on tlie occasion of his de parture to the palish of Ryde. Arrangements are being made nt Utmneduh to entertain the member for the district, Mr. Turner, at a banquet. News fram Samoa states that the German martial law lias been withdrawn. A hawker Jianicd Francis Calcina was fined I-!0 at Charleville ...

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Araluen. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 16 March 1889

Aralticn Cuit'KET. — A cricket match waK played on Satur. ilny last between the Krawarree and Avaluen Cricket clubs. The Aralncn piayurs fiiurte'l early in the morning and after o liingh ride of ubont seventeen miles across the Buck Oivek Mountains vouched Emu Flirt where t\\i game was to be played, The Aratucu side coins in first made a good stand and were not dtenuasod until tlio wore had reiwJiod within two of tihe century, Krawarrcc then tool; the wickets, but not scoring so well as their op ponents, only succeeded iu making 49. They fol lowed' on l-ut were less successful, mily making '39, thus leavidg the Visitors victors in one innings and ten runs. McWilliains and Collinn taking the honors for bowling for, Kiuwaiec, Lyons and McShiiuc for Aralucn, the former in the second iu- j nuigs doing the hat trick:-, -jlifl'i»'d nnd. MuWil- * liaitis balta! well for the Krawarr'lc side, McShane ! doing likewise for Aralucn. The game was of a ! very friendly nature, the visitoia sneakin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 16 March 1889

fcH»-I» «I» «I» -I» «- -I* «I» »I» 'I* «!► «I» «*» *!» .4* 4* . 4» *!» Wr*fctf$M lj . . ________^ _________________ * Pastoral, Agricultural & Horticultural Societyi 1 mim -~— B-oni iw_ ?__» -w *w ess n___~ °_c~ *_'_ ?_ «£* *7 -s_ L* J__S SS ^JLr iSLJtS JLb X _» Jt-L -?— J_P IIS # s_» « k PATRON: Alexander Ryrie, Esq., M.L. A. I* PRESIDENT : E. M. Royds, Esq., J.P. i VICE-PRESIDENTS : W. J. Chapman, Esq., J.P., P. Roberts, Esq. p * TREASURER : C. A. Bayly, Esq. SECRETARY: G. F. Taylor. I COMMITTEE OF MANAGEMENT: J. Wallace, Esq., U.P. C Roberts, Esq. U.P. C. B. Payne, Esq., J.P. W. M'Dowall, Esq. R.G. Hassall, Esq. J. T. Murphy, Esq. G. A. Bassingthwaighte, Esq. G Wilson, Esq. J. Jeffrey, Esq. A. Pooley, Esq. W. M'Caffrey, Esq. R. Geelan, Esq. f THE ANNUAL SHOW, APRIL 11th, i889» SCHEDULE OF PRIZES: HORSES. ?Stkwaiuis : Mv.-i-.rs. V. H. Roberts. 'W. J. Chapman, and ]?. Goelan. Section A.—Blood. Best Blood Stallion, 3 years ami upwards ?'- 3 0 Ditto, second prize ? ? 1 1 0 Bl...

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Fratricide at Ipswich. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 16 March 1889

Fratricide at Ipswieb. Oa March 8 Michael Cousidine was brought before the police-miigiatrate at Ipswich charged with hav- : ing, on the iioth February, wilfully and maliciously ,' murdered his father, Michael Cousidine The j BniSBANi; CoflUER states that the accused seemed j keenly to feel the ignominy «f his position, aud he i had altered considerably iu appearance during the ; week he had been m prison. He hart a worn-out j look about him, aud his eyes were bloodshot, as if { he had had bui little rest since the fatal morning, i Owing t-j his beiug unwell lie was allowed to ait j while the case was being heard. He was securely ' ironed, and a constable sat on cither side of him in the dock, one of them holding a handcuff which was attached to the accused's wrist. At the magisterial ! iuijuiry his brother Patrick Cousidiue, a fireman, j deposed that ou the morning of the 2-^th of last mouth he was iu his father's house ; on the night of i the 24th there was iu the house his father...

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OUR TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, FRIDAY. 1.30 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 16 March 1889

OUR TELEGRAMS. tnioM or.it own coukksihinuk^t). SYDNEY, Fuiim*. 1.-50 p.m. At Hie kOiuIc wiles; yesterday, 1 1 00 cattle were yarded, best beef worth '2'is per cwt. Highest average, for bullocks, £13 ; others from £6 3s. 19.000 sheep were penned ; tlie niiii'kcl was dull, best merinos averaging 11k Sd. ullici-ti from in ; cmssbreds, Us 4-1 U- 13s 9-1. There is every probability of tlie wiiulc of tlie Ministers bein^ returned unopposed, luubers of tlie Protectionist party discomite uanciug .-in}' opposition. The promoters of the National Fair, in aid , of tlie hospitals, are still persevering. Another attempt will be wade to hold the same in A\igust. Tlie totsil value of imports for the past year amounts to £.20,885,550 : and exports £20,859,000. Tlie value of Jive stock ex ported is £1,803,007. Wool, £1,090,000. The schooner Grinohuo has been totally wrecked at Bowen, Queensland. AU hands saved. ? ? The Minister for Education nt Japan lias been assassinated by a young man, who stabb...

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Scraps. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 16 March 1889

Scraps. The difl'erence. — Scene: Dictation class at school. Teacher: Now, Johnny, look at this. Is that the way to spell window? w-i-d-o-w. Johnny: No. sir. Teacher: What is the diflerence between K'iiidow aud widow? Johnny: You can see through tlie' one but not through the other. Something to be Proud Of. — Minister (to Bobby) : ' So yesterday was your sixth birth day, whs it. Bobby ?' Bobby (with pride) : 'Yes, sir.' Minister: 'You seem to be proud about its Bobby.' Bobby : ' I ain ; pa's, got to pay fare for me on the street-cars now.' During the delivery of a course of lectures in Paris, the lecturer alluded to Damocles and the sword incident liela by a thread. He forgot the name of Damocles. 'No matter, ladies aud gentlemen : the thread was good, and will hold till the next lec ture.' A Strathmore minister, who was anxious to clear up religious difficulties among his hearers, invited members to consult him. A retired farmer, who had floored several mini sters about the mark on...

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