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Perished from Thirst [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 16 March 1889

Pcri&kcd from Thirst Perhaps one of the most touching cases of death from thirst in -6ays tho Jamestown paper) that of the two Beimela, fatli-ji- and son which occurred early in December of hist year. Owing to the severe drought which South 'Australia bits under j»ouc-says thu Rkuistt.k). sevuval of thu squatters in the Norlh-West were obliged to bund thnir stock a considerable distance -o get water. The Beuuett wore engaged early hi November iu shifting the cattle from Stuavt Creek rmi, which is about 500 miles N. VV. from Adelaide, to Mncumba, some 250 milesfurtlier north, which wmsreacliedaftcrsuflering great hardships and the loss of a number of the cattle, during the first week in December. Bennett, who was a fine big man of about 50, nnd his sou Bertie, a-'ed 14, a general favourite with .ill, were i ieirehiii(r for a spring whieh they believed was j about 40 miles from the head station. They had | three horses, ftnd Ucuuett, who was unwell at ihe i time, could only ma...

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 — 16 March 1889

Weekly Calendar. ?n.. .»i»\v ,i Days of ftun ' Sun J Moons ' Days.itlic^eeli MoJnl)|_ Hises (Sl.ts Ag0 Wednisimv ? March 13 5 *i9 ? -i '.20 12 Thursuav ? „ 14 0 0 ' II III )3 rRIUAV ? „ 15 « 1 . 0 17- 1* Saturday ? US « 1 -i 1(3 IS Sukday ? „ 17 0 2 6 14 HI Wo.vn-tv ? „ 18 I 0 3 i (i 13 17 Tdbsdav ? „ 19 j 0 3 ? 0 12 | 18 ^ . _ _ moon's i'iuse. Full Moon, March 17, at 9,52 a.m.

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 16 March 1889

IN TJSE J^ YEARS. SKIN DISEASES VUK v-f I wo kinds : lirsUy, those which we only skin deep (which arc not now to he consider cl) ; secondly, those which are caused by ;i hail state uftIiehi-Mjil, ami which attack various parts i if the body in din'erenl ways. Skin disease snows itself in tli« HKAU, sometimea iii the form of MinuYutf which no amount of brushing or combing will get rid of, am) Komeliines ii- the form of Scaly Kru|itiaiin. In the NECK, by uu enlargement of ihe t'liinJs (commonly failed -jku-]ular Swelling*,) which if iwcjicckod become veryuiuMitly « omuls, in the ARMPITiS. awl the inside of the ELliOW.S, liy mi iuflmnci] Roughness of the Skin, which is very painful when Wiisheil. In the HANDS, by deep Cracks or li'isaurcit which, if healed for a kw iliiys, speedily open again, or by Lowy-looking luitehcs. In tliu LE(jS, by Hani, (Shiny, and in Iliimcd Swelling.', or by wounds more or less deep. Au«l on the JIODY, in ttol Scaly Pushes, which iiMiftuiiasruhbciloll.forin ...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 16 March 1889

DEATH. OSLfSAK.— March 14th, at Hranlwood, Myrtle Ethei,, youngest daughter of Cliarles Kdward Oslear, aged 1 1 month*. The Braidwood Dispatch. . , j - .? . Slrenue el Prospers, SATURDAY', MAKCH 1G, 1889.

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 16 March 1889

LOCAL NEWS. SroitT7Nu.— Several of our 'horsey' young fellows look si iii|- to the Cootainuudra races ou Tuesday aud Wcilnctiilay with Hie i.ica of as they iliought of making the trip pay for itself, as weil throwing a few pounds in their pockets by putting a little money ou Novice, whose weight in the l%f £Ju1j Handicap -L!G0) was considered fair enough to risk it little on her. The top weight was bonie by Mr. J, McLauglilin's Jiily O'Connor, 3 yra.lS8t.J0n*). Mr. 11. 0. UansaU'is A'oviec, 3yn. ucttiug (Tst. 'i lbs). Tliercwei-e six entries. 'Novice was jiot iu it, however, the wiuuci- being Mr. W. Thompson's 3 year-old colt Kuinisch, let in at 0 st. 7 lbs. Kilv O'Connor being second and Mr. W. Miller's Jack, (Sst, 3 lbs) third. The 'push' from Sydney took up all the bets on Novice, who was backed by the Braidwood moil and lots of the Cootaniumlriiuis at level against the field. Novice was nowhere the next day only winning one small prize, Ciiuim'h m- England. — Tlie Rev. James Dob...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BLIGHTED. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 20 March 1889

BLIGHTED. \ou wonder why I wander, weak and pale, Along the sunny aides of lonely streets ; And why 1 shrink from every passing gale, And ihun the pressure of each hand that greets Mfc with & friendly grasp t Yon wonder why I'«lide, s gtioatfy mute, about the houset And ever shudder at an infant's cry, Or «UrtU nt the squeaking of a mouse T V«Hl wonder why I rest hat {11 by night, And rise with pallid cheek and leaden eye t You wonder why I have no appetite, And half my food U eet untested by ? You wonder why I greet my friends no more With smiles — or meet them with a ghostly smile ? You mV, in dread, if Reason's rcicn U o'er? Commiseration in your glance the while. I cannot bear to have you doubt me so ! Perchance you think I've done some fearful deed Which chains my once free heart to sullen woe, And rtiUB I reap the fruit of storm -sown seed ? You ask if Love bath aught to do with this? Or am I brooding over bitter wrongs? I tell you no ! There's naught but this amiss — ...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 20 March 1889

READ WHAT THE LBADIKO DOCTORS JHOEKR Iff. 'No Medicine introduced to the pnblic has ever met with the success accorded to Dr. Boulc's American Hop Bitters. It stands to-day the best known curative article in the world It is famous by reason of its inherent virtues. H docs all that ia claimed for it.' ? Gentlemen, — No medicine has one-half the sale and gives such universal satisfaction as your American Hop Biltcrs. As several re markable cures have been made hero, there arc any number of advocates f . r your medi cine.' ? ?' 1 have constantly used American Hop Bitters lot tbe past four years in cases cf in digestion, debility, weakness, and in nil diseases caused by poor aud bad ventilation, want of air and exercise, over-work, and loss of appetite, with the most perfect success.' ' The greatest nourishing tonic, appetizer, strciigthener, and curative known to the medical profession is Dr. Soule's American Hop Bitters.' ' For all cases of diseases of the liver, stomach, bowels, or k...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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Among the Samoans. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 20 March 1889

Among (be Sainonns. ? The' S. M. Herald's special commissioner give* a highly interesting account of the fight tit Valili, between the Germans aud Mataafa'e forces, as well us other matters, in Samoa, from which we take the following extract ; — From the highest source, neither English, American, nor Native, but German, I aw quite able to substantiate this statement that the fight was not a surprise. These are the facts of the case. Word had been sent to Tamasese that on a certain day would proceed 150 men in boats to the neighbour hood of Valili, and, securing a strong position in the hills On one side of Mataafa's men, an ultimatum would be sent from the German Consul to Mataafa, that he should disperse his men to their homes, and submit to Taina sese and the Germans. If lie did not do so the Germans would faUonhimon one side, and drive him ovev to TRmasese, who would de molish him, but the Germans preferred doing the work of destruction themselves. The scheme bade fair to succeed...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Elopement of Four Sisters. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 20 March 1889

Elopement of Four Sisters. Mail news from St Louis, America, states that at the little town of Holar, in Mercer County, Mis souri, the following tragedy has occurred .-—Henry Thomas, an old fanner, had four daughters, named | HaUie, Margaret, Nancy, and June, aged respec tively 10, 18, 20, and 22. At night .Samuel aud Charles Hasbuni, brothers, produced a ladder and I helped Margaret and Jane out of a second-storey I window of their father's hovise. As they were j about to elope with the girls the old man appeared on the scene, but too late to prevent their escape. He at once procured the best horse he had and a shot gun, and started in pursuit. When about j twel re m iles from home he overtook thefleeingparty. He immediately opened lire on them, killing both boys and seriously wounding Margaret. After getting nearly home with the girls he was told that the other two, Ifattic and Nancy, had eloped with Ned (jleason aud Thomas AHision. He at once left the girls he bad with him iu cha...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OUR TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, TUESDAY, 12.20 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 20 March 1889

OUR TELEGRAMS. ? ?«»- — ? — (tfHOSI OUR OVFS OOBRK3P0XDM.T!. SYDNKY, ' 1 Tuesday, 12.20 p.m. 1 At the stock sales yesterday, 700 cattle were ? | I yarded, arid prices were weaker. Best bul- I M '1 locks £9 8s, others from £i 7s. S000 sheep ? 9 P| were penned, prices being unaltered. Best I M til morinos 12s id. M S J At the wool sales competition was brisk, 1 S J aud prices were well sustained. Scoured I mX\ fleece, ICd ; greasy, 8id. 1 «1 No interest wns taken iu any of the nomi- f ft fl nations yesterday. J I All the Ministers generally anticipate , a fair S I support. ? ? Another election will not come off ,-is soon ? as generally believed. ? Mr. Drunker dealt exhaustively \ritli the ? ? laud question, quoting stutistics showing the I value of land iu various districts. He said ? his endeavours would be to aim at removing ? the complications, nnamolies, and defects in B the existing law, lie intends to establish ?' a tribunal apart from political interest to I watch over the righ...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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A Murderous Assault. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 20 March 1889

A .Murderous Assault. A murderous assault was made ou Mr. Farquhar M'Lennon, an old resident of Codringtou, on Tues day night, by a tenant of his named .James Grady, who was aimed with a cane knife. The latter pro ceeded to the residence of Mr. M'Leuwon; aud, after exchanging a few friendly words, Mr. M'Lennon gave the chair he was sitting on to Grady, ami was in the act of turning to get another, when he was struck over the head from behind hv Gradv u-itli a mhp knife, and a dangerous wound was inflicted. On turning around Grady again came at him with the knife, when several other cute were inflicted on Mr. M'Lennon, from whom the blood poured. In the atruggle which ensued the handle of the knife was broken, and, after endeavouring to trip Mr. M'Lcnuon into the fireplace, Grady decamped. The cries of Mr. M'Lcnuon brought a, man named Afaher to his assistance, and, after further ai-X was procured, Dr. Connor, of Coraki, was sent for. He found Mr. McLennon very weak from loss of bloo...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CABLE MESSAGES. LONDON, March 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 20 March 1889

CABLE MESSAGES. (From the Sydney Papers.) LONDON, March H. The statue of General Gordon, which is to he erected in Melbourne, the cost being defrayed by public subscription, is now ready fov shipment. The directors of the QuayJe Gald-miniug Com pany, Harrietville, near Bccchworth, Victoria, which was recently floated on the English market, having resolved to wind up the company, being dissatisfied with the value of the property, have returned the money lodged to intending share holders. Huron Henry itc v* 011ns, i'olitieal secretary to the Colonial Office, has stilted in the House of Commons that most of the Australian colonies have urged Knghmd to proceed with the construction of the ships intended for the Australian Auxiliary Squadron, without respect to Queensland's refusal to contribute to the cost of tho vessels. -Baron dc Worms, however, confidently expects that Queens land will join with the other colonies before the first payment for the maintenance of the sujmdrou becoiues ...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Original Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 20 March 1889

Original Correspondence. [It must be distinctly understood that we do not hold ourselves responsible for the opinions ex pressed by our correspondents.] (to the editor of the dispateh) Slit, — A serious error occurs in the Bye Laws of the Agricultural and Pastoral Society, as published by you in the schedule of prizes iu your issue of the Kith instant; and, as it is one calculated to do the forthcoming Show an immense amount of harm, I trust you will endeavour by every means in youv power and through the columns of your widely circulated paper, to rectify the mistake. The error also occurs in your 6rst issue of the schedule of prizes referred to, and I then asked our worthy Secretary, ami also your representative, to see that it was rectified in your next issue, but as the cor rection has not been made (no doubt inadvertently) I must trouble you to publish these few lines -.— Rule I as published by you reads ' All members having paid their subscription to 31st May in each anil every...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 20 March 1889

A Nerve Tonic -,,-??' ffonsroiip's Aois Phosphate. , Dr. F. G. Sfi-M,M.R.C.S. and L.S.A., SOChuroh- \, street, Bugl-y, Warwickshire (Ene.) sayat 'Iliftvo a favoralile opluiou of it, mid cotuidar it an excel* lent liorvo tonio,' ' 'P ' ? ? ?? ? ? ' ?' U

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THE CROWN LHNDS BALIFF V. PATRICK McCANN. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE DISPATCH.) [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 20 March 1889

THE CROWN LHNDS HALIFF V. PATRICK McCANN. (TO THK KblTOH OF THE DISPATCH.) Dean, Silt,— Kindly allow me space in you:- next issue, to reply to the above case, as reported in the Dlsi'ATVJH of the 13th iust, as there is not one word of truth in the Defendant's statement, made lirough his solicitor, Mr. Fell. The fence in ques tion was palled down by MeCaim off the scnvKVEi) mne of his laud some time after ho purchased the land and put where it now is, across the creek te- prevent all neighbours having access to the nearest water iu dry seasons, obliging them to go half a mile, when it could lie obtained from this water itESEnve in two hundred yards. With respect to the mst twboina left in Hbeyance out of spiiv- .nail tlii land wns cropped, in tho first place, the laud is not cropped, and never wag ; and in the second place, Sir. McConn was summoned before Mr. Be Boob twelve years ago as the vecovds o{ the Warden 't Court will prove,- and ordered to romovo ibis very same obstiiiction,...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LONDON. MOKCAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 20 March 1889

LONDON. MONCAY. It is reported that the natives of ICuangai (China) have massacred 100 Frenchmen, The public deposits in the banks iu Ire land are largely increasing. The British Channel Squadron has been despatched to Tangiers to support the de- | nmnds of England for the use of the cable : in connecting that country with Europe. ? ' '' The French Finance Minister has an nounced that forty million francs were re quired to innovate the Comptoir d'Escompte beyond the amount subscribed. The Bank of Talvande at Leraaus, France, has suspended payment, Liabilities, several million francs. It is reported that the Mahoaiedan leader in the Soudan has defeated the Makdi. Late». Messrs. O'Brien and Harrington, wlio/were ; imprisoned under the Crimes Act, refuse their profewed release. They object to the terms upon which release, can be obtained. Spalding and Hodges' deficiency amounts to £75,000.

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 20 March 1889

G-BNBRAL NEWS. Ir. the Equity suit in the Supreme Court— Kail v. Di anslield — the plaintiff sought to obtain from the defendant 2000 fully paid-up and 3534 contri buting shares in the Koh-i-noor Gold -mining Com pany, and which, he alleged, were wrong fully withheld from him. The defence was that the shares were merely held by the plaintiff in trust and tluvt he was only entitled to WO fully paid-up shares. His Honor decided that plaintiff possessed the shares claimed as a member of the company, and not in trust for the defendant, aud lie granted the relief applied for. There was no evidence whatever of this secret (rust, he said, except the bare oath of the defendant. There was no scrap of writing or acknowledgment in any shape or form by the defendant that he bold the shares other than fw Uis own Ucuetit, As agaiust the simply oath of the defendant there wua the equally positive oath of the plaintiff : and beyond that there was a large body of evidence strongly corroborating the ...

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 — 20 March 1889

Weekly Cnlcndnr. '*'? n.Mjdi.w»j,l Days of Suu I Sun Moqub ?- »*y»»ftt-e\\eek Ujuihi Rjse8 j Sets. Ago. Wepnksdav ? March 20 'd/ip. i 0 10 10 Bj Thubsdav ? „ 21 flafl*! 0^ 9 2-LLi fm»*y ? „ 2^#n-#%ii2Fjl Satproav ? , affl^MBj : woHI'22 Sdnpav ? , a c s : (i 5 23 Monday ? „ 25 0 0 I 0 4 24 ? ?« £«3DAV ? „ 20 C 0 0 2 25 ? . 1 ? MOON'S l'HASE. Moon's last quarter, March 24, at 5.43 p.m. The Braidwood Dispatch. X ??- ??.-. Stren-ni el I'rosperc. '-:? :?. '??':'' WEDNESDAY, MARCH 10, 1889.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 20 March 1889

I IN TTSE 100 YEARS. [ SKIN DISEASES ARK of two kinds -. firstly, those which are only skin deep (which are not now to be consider I *d) ; secondly, those which are caused by & bad I »t»te of the blood, nnd which attack various parts I of the body uT different ways. Skin disease shorn I itself in the HEAD, sometimes in the form of I Dandruff which no amount of brushing or combing I will get rid of, and sometimes in the form of Scaly Eruptions. In the KECK, by an enlargement of the glands (commonly called Glandular Swellings,) ! which if unchecked become very unsightly wounds, in the ARMPITS, and the Snside of the ELBOWS, by an inflamed Roughness of the Skin, which ie very painful when trashed. In the HANDS, by deep CrackB or Fissures which, if healed for a few days, speedily open again, or by Loray-looking patches. In the LEGS, by Hani, 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 ag...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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Another Fire in a Printing Office. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 20 March 1889

Aiiotlicr Fire in a Printing Office Shortly after half-past 1 o'clock on Saturday the dreaded alarm of fire was heard all over the city, and from the sharp and persistent manner in which the bells pealed out, it was evident that-riangcr^fcj u serious conflagration was apprehended. .Vot^j soon a blight lurid light Was visible in the vicinity j fef ^bijyto'ilitrcetifhnd it was found that the splendid j 'Modi of buildings owned and occupied as a printing ; establishment by Messrs. Gibbs, Slutlhu-d, aud Co., of Pitt-street, was in flames. The (ire was die- 1 covered at ].35a.m., by a watchman, who imme diately ran to the Ueneral Post Office and sent the call to the Metropolitau Firti Brigade i -Within n, few minutes tho M.F.B. was on the spot, and eight minutes after rcceiviiig-tlio notification the lireinen were playing on the flames with a magnificent strciiiu of water. The fight was a short and Eevcre one, but half an Iiour after getting to work the uremen had the flames in comr/.uml...

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