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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 20 March 1889

LOCAL NEWS. Mining. — Cruel) ing am] imtmlic saving opera tions are being successfully carried on at the Dargue Goimmny's works at Major's Crook, aud everything premises A 'successful issue to this the greatest mining enterprise of Mic character that )ins ever been carried out in the district. Wt hear very favourable accounts of the new claim which lias been opened up by Norn Cheng and party in Draiis field « paddock at Jcnihaicunibcnc. Tlic main body of the wash dirt bos now been reached, and, if what we bear is correct (our information is from a shareholder), the boxes gave out as much as ] 5 ozs. and ISozs. for two successive day Washings at the end of last week. This ought to pay handsomely, with from only 32 to 16 feet of stripping, and with the acquisition of Chinese cheap labour (it it be in the end $ny cheaper than Kuropeau labour). At Arftluen mining matters arc beginning to take an upward movement again. Besides the re-opening recently of the Oriental at Dirty Butter Creek...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 20 March 1889

??.: iiterarsTjCnstitute. h TENDERS FOB HALL. mENDERS ore inviteil from persons desirous o 1 RENTING THE HALL of above oh Hi following nights :— THURSDAY, April llth, Show Night MONDAY, April 22nd, Easter Sports. Tenders, with deposit of j ot amount temlciei for will lie received on or before WEDNESDAY «^rt'^ W.McRAK, Hon. Sec. Hraiihvoo.1, March 20tli, 1889. Daaoing- Dancing. A GRAND BALL WILL TAKE PLACE IN THE CENTENNIAL HALL, MORUYA, The Two Nights of Show, 3rd and 4th APRIL. MUSICIANS— The well-known STONE BROTHERS. Piano and Violin. PRICES AS USUAL R. W. HUNT, Sec. Xy'WEKK.TXKVKS, j; Wallace-Street Brnidwood. i O'HEIK and MUNDY having completed their ' new and handsome HEARSE, arc now prc^ ' purl to conduct Funerals on the most - liberal terms. -3RATEFUL-COMFORTIN0. EPPSSTCOCOA. BREAKFAST. ''I} V a thorough knowledge of the natural laws ±J which govern the operation of digestion and nutrition, and by a careful application i of the fiue properties of well-selected --ueoa, Mr. Ep...

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Sir Julius Vogel's Book. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 23 March 1889

Sir Julius Yogel's Book. 1 A;. London correspondent writing to the j Otaoo Times says : — Sir Julius Vogel's 'Anno ! Domini 2000' will be out next week. The! publisher, Mr. Hutchinsou, after arranging j for an edition of 3000 copies, has proceeded j to Australia, where he hopes to place two- j thirds~of tiiat number ; but this will, of i course, depend how the book takes with the ! general public. 1 understand mat Air. Gisborne's -book, ' The Colony of New Zea land,' has proved a decided success. The editjoji was limited to 10,000 copies, but the demand for it has been so rapid that a second j edition is already under consideration. See- j ing that the book by this time has barely j reached the Colonies, such a result must be highly gratifying to the publishers, Messrs. E. A. Eetherick and Co.'

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A Suicide's Bride and Widow. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 23 March 1889

A Siiirfifc'fi Itridn and Willow. Prince BUctojpukinSdOM', tlie Princess Ste phanie, is ihe eldest daughter of the King of theBelgLans, a bright, pretty pleasant woman, and when she came as a girl-bride of barely 1? to her husband's country, she was wel corned in the most enthusiastic manner. The account given by eye-witnesses of the arrival of the bride and bridegroom at Dud.-i-Pestli, ana their progress across tne river u- u-e Royal Castle of Ofeu, was most brilliant and picturesque ^sifs] tt 'London paper). Sur-^ rounded 'fcy^an'eS'cbft of the noblest of the Hungarian nobles, dressed in the magnificent costume of tlie Magyar magnates, they pre sented the most brilliant and dazzliug sight perhaps, to be seen of. barbaric yet splendid pageantry ; and -who, looking at the sweet, happy face of the girl-bride, and the brave, gallant yoring bridegroom, would have ven tured to predict the unhappy years that pie ceded the tragic event of last week 1 Tlie union was entirely a love-match, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 23 March 1889

I £2 Reward. L OST, from Day Dawn Mine, Little River, THttKE HORSES and TWO BAV MARKS ? with while himl feel, aud one with white fore feet. B One hianiled C near Blioulder, the other \V near B shoulder ; one dark horse biundud WiS over 4 near B ihouliler, also brand ou ribs. The sum of £2 will B lie given to any person delivering them to \V. A. ? MKLLEN, Day Oa«it Miue Little River, Braiil B wood; or 10s to any ncrsou forwarding information ? nhcic they arc anil detaining them until called for. ? W, A. MELLEN, ? Little River. I JCoruya Rowing Club. I A PLAIN, FANCY DRESS, AND CALICO I W I LL BE H K LI) IN I THE CENTENNIAL HALL, I MORUYA, I ON FRIDAY EVENING, I The Evening after the Annual Show. [ Double Tickets, 7s Gd. .Single, 5s. | J. GLOVliR BROWN, 1 Hon. Secy. [ araluen! A Grand Concert! WILL BE HELD IN AEALTJEN - OK - EASTER MONDAY NIGHT, IN AID OF AltALUEN CRICKET CLUB. ALL the BEST TALENT IN THE DISTRICT has been secured. DANCE TO FOLLOW. 1 CUP OF GOOD TEA. I have just to han...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 23 March 1889

A Nerve Tonic HoitsKmiD's Aciu Phosmiatk, Dr. V. G.Sadd,M.R.C.S. audL.S.A.,50Cliurch sireet, Rugby, Warwickshire (Kng.) says; 'I have a favorable opinion of it, aud consider it au excel !ent nerve touiu.' WANTED a COOK imd LAUNDRESS for Goulburu. Must boa good plain cook. Wages. 12s. Open for a week. Apply to Mns. CECIL MIDMiETON, Telegraph Office, Goulbum. Notice of Application for a Conditional Publican's License. I ALEXANDER JOHN MoDONALD, of Bmid ? wood, do hereby give notice that I desire to obtain and will, at the next Licensing Court, to be holden at Braidwood ou the 3rd of April, 1889, ap ply for a certificate authorising the issue of n Conditional Publican's License for . a bouse situate in Wallace-street, Braidwood, containing four good and substantial sleeping rooms and one good, and substantial sitting room, exclusive of those required for the use of the~fiu»Uy. Dated the 18th day of Maxell, 1889. (Slgued) A. J. itACDOKAMJ,

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A Lover's Extraordinary Dream. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 23 March 1889

A Lover's Extrnordlnury Dreaiu. The coroner for North-east Middlesex re ceived information of tlie deatli of Miiime Hannah Adams, aged 19, the daughter of a fruit salesman, living at 84, Eloanrfr-road, ? Richmond-road, Hackney. On Sunday the deceased, her two brothers, and a young sister were left in charge of tlie house, while tneir parents avtenaea a lunenu in ui« ; country. In tho eveuing the girl's sweet- ? h|artifcft.Hed to ^ee:Jier. Ass she wns alarmed l at noises .wljicli she fancied .she heard, he ! stayed At flie house iillsnight to nwissure her. j ' During the night lie (ko it is sni(l) dreamt ! that he saw the girl walk past him, beckon- ; ing to Jiim to follow. He awoke, and, becom- j ing alarmed went into the passage. Having ; dressed, he wont tprtho door, of deceased's ro'biilarfa'tift&M: ' IRfeceiving Tio answer, he then woke the others. Oti the bedroom door being opened the deceased was fouml lying j on the floor with blood issuing from her i mouth. Dr. Gfbbi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 23 March 1889

READ i WHAT THE 1EAD1N0 j DOCTORS AHD CHEMISTS S«Y. ! ? 'No Mc:licinc introduced to ill? jniWio has ever met with the sucouss anoor()oJ to Dr. Soulc'a American Hop Hitters. H stands lo-tiay the best known curative article Jn the world It is famous by reason' of its Inherent virtues. It doiw nil that is j claimed f;-r :{.' i ? | ' G ENTLEMW, — No tucilicinc has oim-lwlf ? the sale am) pives eueb Muivcrsvl *iitisf;ici-:on ', as your American Hop Bitter.*. As sevti.il n- j markablc cures have been m.iilr lien;, iIhto j rive any uuinbcr of advocates f r your mciii- j cine.'' ? ? j ' 3 have consi.intiy usoii American Hr-(j i KiHers for the past four years in cue* cf in- ?? digestion, debility, weakness, nml in all diseasescaused by }wor nifcl bait ventilation, I want of air ami liercisK, over-work, ami Joss j of appetite, with the most perfect success.' ! 'The greatest nourishing vonie. iippntif.er. - ? strengthener, ami curative known to the ; racilical profession is Dr. Soulc's Anicriu...

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Scraps. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 23 March 1889

Scraps. Business Relations. — Uncles. Vein Expectations. — Prospecting for gold. E;isy to Borrow. — Trouble. A Crow Seldom on 'Water. — Corkscrew. When Marriage is a Fnilrue. — In a broach of nroraisp. xiii; jjl'sc xning in me nea ot ine vcean. — The sheet-anchor. Educational. — Paterfamilias (after admo nition in another form to Hopeful) — 'Take diit ! an' get to yo1 bouk. Fuss thing yo' know at -le zamiiiation yo' woan' know yo'a b c from you nlfybet.'1 St. Louis Girl. — ' What do you charge for removing corns ?'' Chiropodist—' Five dol lars a foot.'' 'Huh' Then, I suppose, you charge Chicago girls by the yard.' ' Who licked yer, Jimmy — de old man or tie old woman?' 'De old man, of course. Do you suppose I'd permit myself ter cry for de blows of a woman.' — Judge. A Surfeit, — ' You tvon't go to Heaven if you're such a naughty boy, Michael !' ' Oh, well, one can't expect to go everywhere ! I went to the circus vesterdav, ami the nnnto mine the day before !' — London Punch. Compli...

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The New Land Bill. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 23 March 1889

The Ken L.-md BUI. Tlie following abridged from a leader iu the S.M. IIciui.D gives un outline of the proposed new Laud Hill, as judged by Mr. Brunkers speech — ' Jii the Eastern Division most of the leases will terminate within the second half of the year 1890, KoLiees have been distributed to tlie lessees intimating that at the expiration of these leases no extension of the term will be granted. These notices may have been issned simply for the purpose of preventing the lessees from acquiring a right to an extension ; but this precautionary measure docs not stand in the wny of a reconsideration of the case by Parliament. The case ought to Ue reconsidered. The attention of tlie Minister must have been directed to this ijues tion, but he does not seem to have expressed auy opinion upon it. As to the Central and Western Divisions, thu leases in them will for tbe most purl, expire iu the years 1895 mid 1900 respectively. The difficulty in these cases, however, is not per haps less urg...

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OUR TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, FRIDAY, 12 (NooN). [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 23 March 1889

OUR TELEGRAMS. = 1 ? * — . — - . s (FltOM OlTn OWN COKRBSPOKDKNT). ? SYDNEV, FitiuAY, 12 (Noos). at «io stock sales yesterday 1000 cattle were yarded nnd prices were down 10s per head, best bullocks bringing L8 10s 7d, aud others from L5. H,G00 sheep were penned, and host wethers brought H5b (id ; otliers from 4s lOil. Tim question of granting seed wheat to farmers Kn« Ko.PW v*^fi^M*tf*il If* t\\n i'V*1r»rli_-it *?\»n»*OM»*/it« anil 4-1*a Minister for Mines to draw up regulations. Every I precaution will be taken to secure the best quality 1 seed and \o distribute same, not indiscriminately, I but amongst those who are really iu distressed cir- I cuiughuicus. 1 Auother batch of about one hundred Chinese will ? leave to-morrow for Hongkong. Au unsuccessful attempt was made ou Wcduee- | day night to set lire to Goldsborough aud Go's, wool stoves at Pyrmout. A bottle cor . . ining kero soue was found »pon the window sill a.i^ a quantity ! of partially burnt waste, which had apparently ...

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A Fatal Kiss. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 23 March 1889

A Fatal Kiss. A Transylvaniah journal gives the tragic account of the consequences of a kiss given by a spiritual pastor at the rural dance to a fair member of his flock. The culprit, a pope of the Greek Church at Also-GaW, bore i the character of being a lady -killer : and on I more than one occasion seems to have got I into trouble in consequence. One d.av his I tlie dance, when unfortunately his tender ad I vnnces w.-is discovered by the watchful eye J of the maiden's bethrothed. Outraged Uo yond measure, the rustic knight, forgetful of the sacred immunity of the divine, dealt his; rival a siuuning blow. The sacristan of the parish armed with a. stout stick, rushed to to the rescue, and floored the outraged lover so effectually as to kill him on the spot.

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Alleged Brutality at Sea. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 23 March 1889

Alleged Brutality at Sea. j *-'A'serious case of assault on the high seas was pre- ! fcrred nt Ncwdastte on Thursday against Captnin Jones, of the barque G ieiicoyne, by Olto Hcnncas, j a seaman. The prosecutor stated that while the Vessel was at Townsville he, with others, refused to work, mi account of the deficiency aud badness of the food supply. After the pilot left the vessel at Townsville he was plactd ui rusty irans avid lashed to a stanchion. Ills wrists were too tightly bound, and he suffered great pain. He was kept in irons four days and nights, uud on the first night he was in the raui for eight hours, then he was taken between rlccksaud loijhcd to uuothcr stanchion, and in such a position that, had he slipped or failed, he Mould have broken his wrists, lie broke the irons, and a larger pair was then put on. He was refused permission to go below temporarily. He only had a pannikin of water uud one biscuit a day, On one occasion the defendant laughed and said. ' If yon do...

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CABLE MESSAGES. LONDON, March l9. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 23 March 1889

CABLE MESSAGES. (From the Sydney Papers.) LONDON, March 19. Sir YtTm. Venion Harcourt intends to attack Sir ?Richard Webster, Attorney ('iencral, who is acting as leading counsel for the Tmus lrofore the Times Paroell. Kuguiry Commission, for his conduct as a, member of the Government iu regard to the cose. Sir \Y. V. Harcourt has given notice of his inten tion to wvjve au ameiuhneut ou the motion for going into Committee of Supply in order to criticise Sir Richard Webster's action. A great scene is ex pected when the' motion comes on, and Government will, it is reported, endeavour to prevent discussion. Messrs. O'Brien and Harrington, Ms.P., refuse re lease from goal to prepare their cases for theTjMiis Paniell Inquiry Commission on the terms offered to them, which were that they would refrain from all political agitation while ut liberty. The Kvesikk Star, the new paper edited b}r Mr. T. P. O'Connor, M.P., has made a violent attack on the Hon. Finch Hutton iu connection with the a...

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The Life of an Actress. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 23 March 1889

The Lite of an Actress. The. usual idea of the outside world that tun actress's life is one continual whirl of ex- ; citoment day and night is (says the London ; Fkiaro) one of the biggest possable fallacies. As if in contrast to the excitement of the ! evening, it seems to me that they love to ! upend quiet, uneventful days, which an ! ordinary girl would think horribly dull. 1 ! remember that when we happened to live near itiaiy Anriereon, we nearly always saw her doing a gentle stroll in the rooming, often book in hand, and generally alone, nbout ' 1 1 o'clock. She was evidently ft believer in the morning air. Now, Ellen Terry is just the opposite. Siie usually has her breakfast, dinner, and tea, nil in bed ! The first meal is a sort of a breakfast-lunch between 12 and 1 o'clock. As may be ex pected, leading such a restless existence, she keeps very little company, but she does S not neglect the affairs of her establishment, j notwithstanding her housekeeper, who has to look afte...

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A Defect in Church and School Lands Mining Act. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 23 March 1889

A Defect iu Cliurcli and School Lnuds Ulining Act, Before Parliament was adjourned for the i Ministerial elections, Mr. Copeland drew attention in the Legislative Assembly to a defect iu the Church and School Lauds Mining Act, passed in the session for 1888. No provision, be said, had been mode in the act for a royalty upou large areas of coal laud which had been thrown open between Newcastle and Port Stephens. Any person, Jhv Uopelaua stated, could, by tile payment ot Ss., secure 040 acres — a square mile— of these Church and School lands, uud at the end of six months, by the payment of a second 5s., get a renewal for a further period of six' mouths ; aud at the end of that time, iu virtue of tho payment of this 10s., they became entitled to a renewal for 15 or 20 years, and there was no royalty provided formulae the Act, The Crown had virtually alienated these lauds — had given n right to these lauds without any royalty to the Crown. Tho matter has been brought under the attention...

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F.L.Barker's Weekly Produce Report. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 23 March 1889

¥, h, Barker's Weekly Produce Report. Woul. — The sales this week were well attended; competition was animated, aud the figures realised quite etjual to late quotation. Scoured brought to 10d, greasy to SJd per 1b. SiiKBi-sKiNs. — The catalogues which of late have been very large are readily taken, preference being shown for sound butchers' lots. Quotations : But chers' tops bring to 6Sil, medium sizes 34d to 50d ; pelts -fii-ste)-( 18d to 2«d ; seconds, 12d to 16i; thirds, 7*1 to 11 «I each ; Doz. skins from 2d to 5Jd per 1b. LEATBEtt.— In eousequenee of a heavy reduction iu London values, sole has declined &d with a limited demand. Other descriptions are easier. Hides. — This market has at last taken a turn for the better, and though prices are not very much higher sales «re more readily effected. Prime extra heavies of short substance realise from 8|d to4d per lb ; ordinary heavies, 2Jd to 3d ; medium, 2Jd ; light, 2jH to 3d ; dull) aged, Id to 2d per lb. TaJjUW.— This ar...

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Foundered in a Ilurricane. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 23 March 1889

* Foundered in n Ilurricane. 1Jto,-5?i*igJ?fl.ra, which arrived at Brisbane en Monday, brought news of the foundering of the schooner .Northern Belle, and the loss of twenty lives. She also brought the sur vin6n-(rom-the vessel. It appears that the NorJJiern Belle left Cairns on December 13 or^» labour cruise for Messrs. Swallow and Co.te ' nlantetions. and . was under the com mand of Captain James Spence, and had on board twelve white seamen and four natives. Tlf® Occurrence took place at Motlah Island, ' ono of the BKnks Group, on February 28. Alter visiting several islands, she left Motlah with forty-nine recruits, and it was while ofl' there at anchor on. the night of February 27 that a fearful hurricane came on, and early ] the next ?mp.i^iiig she was driven on j to the rocks and foundered al most immediately. The greatest confusion prevailed, and ihany were at once swept overboard, but the majority managed tooling to the rigging, and were .washed ashore on J ?wreckage in a fea...

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An Alleged Shocking Outrage. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 23 March 1889

Au Alleged Shocking; Outrage. Ernest Buttuer, a foreigner, carrying on business as a restaurant keeper at Ct Erskine-street, was charged before Mr. Addison at the Water Police Court on Tuesday with having criminally assaulted Jessie Lennox. The proseeutrix is a country girl, and only arrived from Brisbane on Sunday last in search of employment as a, domestic servant. She had been recommended to take temporary lodgings at the prisoner's house, mid at about 10.30 ii.in. on Sunday thu accused, she alleged, entered her bed room, aud after vainly having endeavoured to force her to drink the contents of a bottle which he had in his possession he draped her into the centre of the room and criminally assaulted her, lie having rendered her first almost unconscious by his brutal treatment. Eventually she succeeded' in freeing herself and, seeing tlie wiudow of the apartment open, she sprang through it in a condition of partial nudity. In doing so, however, she fell a distance of about ltjft. ...

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LONDON. THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 23 March 1889

LONDON. TlIUBSDAY. Mr. Chamberlain considers it is time the Govern ment gave proofs of their readiness to propose a substitute for Mr. Gladstone's Irish Land Kill which was rejected by the House of Commons, A terrible accident has occurred iu Lancashire. A steam tnuncar overturned, crowded with'passen gers, 20 of whom were killed, and a number in jured. .Sir I'lioinas Gladstone, eldest brother of the Hon. W. E. Ulodstouc, is dead. Lbteb. It is reported that the Government intend to pro pose next year that £50,000,000 be applied to extend ing the provisions of Lord Ashbourne's Irish Hold ings Act, enabling tenants to purchase their estates from the landlords.

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