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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 27 March 1889

GENERAL NEWS. Mr. Brunker, minister for landB, is on his way to Bourke, and the pastoral district westward of that town, with the object of collecting all the informa tion possible with i-eference to tlie land Question. He will be banqueted at Bourke on Saturday, and return to Sydney on Monday next. The premier intends leaving for Gosford towards the end of the week. He will probably stay there over Sunday, aud return to town in time for the meeting of Parliament, During his stay he will open the local school of arts, attend the horticul tural show, aud be entertained at a banquet. A telegram from Queensland on Sunday reports : — In connection with the murder of Captain C. Christopher Kane and three men on board the beclie-de-nver boat Wild Duck ou the Barrier Reef, about 12 months ago, the tender of which, named the North Star, was found in the Ross River about a month ago, the police yesterday arrested a kanaka named Motlab, who is supposed to have beeu im plicated in tbe murder, ...

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 — 27 March 1889

Weekly Calta^ar. I': Wednesday ? MarAjBj i ft Jjfli !? Thursday ? '^Ef- i* (He* WA Satcbsat ? „ 30 6 12 5 57 29 Sunday ? ,, 31 6 13 5 55 n MoiroAT ? April 1 6 13 5 54 2 XvasoAY ? 2 -S 14 5 53 3 i mi. mum hi i-y»''-''''' '? ?? ?'--;? 'i''1'' ' ' New Moon, Uarca 31', at 0.42 p.m ^dLvJaftliUHl'Il'lTl ll 1 f 1] V ' ''I ? — — ?i^jHw Bialdwood Dispatch. Strenui et Prospers. * » WEDNESDAY, MARCH 27, 1889.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 27 March 1889

W. J. CHAPMAN, Stock and Station Agent, Auctioneer & Valuator, AUCTION MART, BBAIDWOOD. First-class Paddocks, splendidly grassed and per manently watered, one mile from Sule Yards. tST Advances made upon Stock for Sale. O'HEIR AND MUNDY,'' VKDERKTJtKERS, Wallace-Street BvaUlwood. O'HEIR and MUNDY having completed their new and handsome HEARSE, arc now pre pared to conduct Funerals on the most liberal terms. grateful-comforting! EPPSSITOCOA. BREAKFAST. TjY a thorough knowledge of the natural laws Jt5 which govern the operation of digestion and nutrition, and by a careful application of the fine properties of well-selected cocoa, Mr. Epps has pro vided our breakfast tables with a delicately flavoured beverage which may save us many heavy doctors bills. It is by the judicious use of such articles of diet that a constitution may be gradually built up until strong enough to resist every tendency to disease. Hundreds of subtle maladies are floating around us ready to attack wherev...

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Braidwood Land Board. Tuesday, 26th March 1889. (Before A. 0. Moriarty, Esq., (Chairman), and J.W. Bunn, Esq.,J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 27 March 1889

Braidwood Land Board. Tuesday, 26th March 1889. (Before A. O. Moriarty, Esq., (Chairman), and J.W. Bunn, Esq.,J.P.) John Bell, C.P. 40 acres in the parish of Bendora. Confirmed. John Bell, C.L., 40 acres in the same parish. Con firmed, and rent fixed at 2d. per acre. Robert Enmnuel Bopping, C.P., US acres is the parish of OUaluleu. Confirmed. Robert Emauuel Bopping, C.L., 297 acres in the same parish. Confirmed, at 2-1. per acre. Charles Sauuders Bryne, lit*., 55fc acres in tne parish of Tallagandra. Confirmed. William Clarke, C.P., 43 acres in the parish of Corang. Con6rmed. James Harrison, 40 acres in the parish of Mulloon. Confirmed. Lawrence Lynch, 100 acres, C.P,, parish of Ollalulu. Confirmed. Lawrence Lynch, C.L., 300 acres in the same parish. Confirmed at 2d. per acre. Patrick Quilty, Junr. C.P., 40 acres, parish of Wog Wog. Disallowed. Alexander Ryrie, 80 acres, C.P., parish of Larbert. Confirmed. Alexander Ryrie, C.P., 40 acres (unmeasured) par ish of Larbert Confirmed as ...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 27 March 1889

LOCAL NEWS. Aocidevt in ARAliCTEN.— On Sunday afternoon . lwt.two young men named James Rice and Thomas ,_: Burke; were oat together on horseback, and when returning home to Surketown tbe former met with a severe accident. It appears the two of them were . centering along the mam road through Araluen, . : and When entering the creek this side of the new . , .Convent Bice's horse stumbled and fell, and he was ., : thrown with great violence on the side of his head. ' . Burke immediately rode to Braidwood for medical assistance, and Dr. Cummings made all haste to ihe Valley, and on arrival there he found Bice still unconscious, and suffering from severe concussion, although there was nblracture. The doctor re - mained with his patient throughout the night, ? ?? during' which time he continued in a comatose state, and only recovered consciousness on Monday morn - ing. The doctor returned home on Monday and has . . every hope of Rice pulling through, although his recovery will necessari...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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Life on a Ranche in America. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 30 March 1889

Life on a Ranchein America. A lady has been writing to one of the London weekly papers, explaining that there i_s practically very little roughing it on a ?fi^tt&cn ranche, aud that the great drawback to a ranch life is the deadly monotony of an existence consisting chiefly of mending and darning and other such necessary^ but by no means- fascinating employments. Now, I do not \t all Imow whereabouts the lady in question may happen to live; but I have two or three friends out there, and they tell a distinctly different tale. I suppose the narne of the ** Rookies' is applied to so large a district that one person's experience may differ vastly from another. A friend of ours went out with his rifle about July last^ taking with them a man and his wife, she to do the household work and he to attend to the horses. They arranged that the necessary passage-money was to be deducted from their wages. In due course of time they all ar rived, but a month was sufficient to prove the use...

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Education in South Carolina. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 30 March 1889

Education in South Carolina. ;; The New York Sun publishes some as tonishing facts about the lack of education among the people of South Carolina, which w«re brought out during the debate in the . Legislature of that State on the constitutional amendment nrovidiusr that no man unable ?io read shall be allowed to vote. It has been shown that not far from 15,000 white men and three times as many coloured men would be disfranchised by the adoption of the amendment. The vote of South Carolina is usually smaller than that of any other State in proportion to its population, aud the enforcement of the measure now under consideration in the Legislature would reduce it to about a half of its magnitude in recent . elections. The least instructed elements of tiie population of the Palmetto State are the coloured people among the seaboard and the whites in the mountainous northern region ; but the school facilities are inadequate in all '? Quarters, and the expenditures for education 4^ire ,not...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 30 March 1889

£50 reward £50 fraud & deceit. In order to protect the people from being defrauded and cheated, the American Hop Bitters Company offers the above Reward for the arrest and conviction of any person or persons refilling the American Hop Bitters Company's bottles, and for selling any vile nostrum or compound as the genuine and original Dr. Soule's Ameri can Hop Bitters, or for counterfeiting the Company's Label— a Bunch of Green Hops on a White Label, with Black Letters. DR. SOULE'S HMER1CAN HOP * BITTERS (A MEDICINE, NOT A DRINK), COHTAUiB BOPS, BUCHU, MANDRAKE, DATVUELION. AMD TILK PURHT ASD B«8I MEDICAL QUAIITIM OF All OTMR BlTTEM. TJECE'5r CUBS All Diseases of tbe Stomach. Bowels, Blood, Llrtr, Kidneys and Urinary O»b»i», kwvoumess, Slwpleffl ness, Fcii:alc Complaints and Drunkenness. THOUSANDS UPON THOUSANDS!!! ot testimonials ot the most wonderful cures, voluu ^Sdandt^r'^mVr^nS to any one tor tnv disease similar to their own If desired or will refer to any neighbor, as th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 30 March 1889

F, L. Barker's Weekly Prodncc Report, W«k»— Xo sales aince my last report. The market is firm. .SHEEPpKiKs;— Tiie attendances :at the salea this week . have been very large, the shipping demand being quite as strong as the local. Butchers' rated to 74d. each for largest ; medium 32d. to 48d. ; shortB 18d. to 28(1. ; pelts I2d. to I7d. each; Btatiou skius from 2J-1 to the 3Jd for shorts to 5|d. for loug-woolled. Leatkek. — Sole has declined further in London causing a withdrawal of several largo buyer* ou export account. Saddlers' goods are almost at a standstill. Hides. — A short supply on Friday caused prices to sHehtlyhardeii. I cleared a large catalogue at the f ollowiug figures, viz. , extra heavies (stout) 3}d. to 3|d ; ordinary heavies 2j}d. to 3}d. ; light aud medium 2Jd. to 3d. ; dry from 2Jd. to 3d. ; JaRiaged Id. to 2d. per It), Tallow.— Prices are better from Llfl to L19 10/ being paid for best lines, trade parcels LH to L1S per ton. No mutton offering. lUnK.— Shippers ha...

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A Thrilling Tale of the Sea. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 30 March 1889

A Thrilling Tale of the Sea. The British ship Stephen D. Horton, 1626 tons, with a full crew on board, Jaden with jute and saltpetre, from Calcutta, was about 400 intl^S bft' the coast of Pernambuco, in mid-ocean, '* 'when * the cry of fire was raised. The saltpetre had exploded with an awful report, and in less than two hours afterwards the ship was from stem to stern in flames., ?, Throughout the dreadful scene the captain's young wife, who was on board, 'stood T)y the men at work and encouraged them to preserve their presence of mind, and Kwhen hope was abandoned she assisted in lowering the lifeboat without for a moment losing self-command. One boat with nine sailors and Mrs. Lewis was lowered success jjEujly,- but had scarcely been launched wlnn a 'panic ensues!* among the rest of the e«w. The scorching flames were more than they could enflura Driven to desperation, eight of them juinped wildly into tho sea and BwaTCjaw&yrfroni the burning ship. One seaman, named Davis,...

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An old Frenchwoman's Bank. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 30 March 1889

All old Frenchwoman's Sunk. A reputed old maid of CO summers, who bad been for years in the service of a grocer at the Halles, died, and as she was believed to have saved a little money, her niece, a youug woman of 1 8, wedded to a policeman, searched diligently among her clothes nnd boxes for the treasure. Nothing, however, Wftg.to botfouud, although the mattress, ?Whi-af, with JVench people of this class often plays ihe part .of a bank, had been ripped open a'nd examined carefully. A large cliecne was discovered in a box under the bed, but as it was too strong for the palates of the policeman and his bride, they disposed of it to the grocer for the sum of lOf. The next !#jy,(fli;the {worthy man was cutting the big cheese, lib knife came into contact with a hard substance, and presently gold pieces were rolling about on the floor. The secret was at last out. The cheese was now care fully examined, and was found to contain two thousand francs, or eighty pounds, in notes and gold ; b...

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Work for the Unemployed. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 30 March 1889

Work for the Vuctuploycfl. The Minister far. Works Ijas^iven considerable attention to llie subject of organising public works in order to absorb as much as possible the- surplus labour which has been 'accumulating during tbe pastfow days, lie has had in view the desirability of limtiug einployuieut lot this labour, and not 'proceeding with works merely for the purpose of iindiug such employment. There arc a great many works now in the hands of the Dopartmeiit which require to be carried out. and which Mr. Bruce Smith bus been enabled to push on in order to meet the emergency that has arisen. The principal work upon which employment will be immediately offered to a large number, of people is that of tho reclamation of Shea's Creek, It is expected that the men will begin work next Wednesday, And Hint it will occupy upwards of 100 men for 12 months. Another important channel in which labour will be employed is in providing spawls for the Centennial Park, the Blackwattle Swamp, the Bot...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 30 March 1889

Saturday Next, 30th March, ?s^TEJLslU S3KEB O'EJ3EC ^a^EST^ffaWTGI- ttATST. We have purchased in Sydney a vory Large and Well -assorted Stock, personally selected with great 'cqjfy, and think we will be able to show a Stock of Goods never before equalled in the district either, in ,| QUALITY, STYLE, OR PRICE. ; It will be our aim at all times to study the wants of our customers, and by strict personal attention to business to obtain a fair share of support. __ ? Our stock is all new, and it will be worth your your while to inspect it. We are CASH PURCHASERS of ? ; ' « Butter, Bacon, Eggs, Cheese, Chaff, Oats, Hides, Skins, and all kinds Colonial Produce, and will always endeavour to give highest market rates. .' -^ ?--?'?;? ?^????t\?.yz\ GRACIE AND NEVILLE, I Central Stores, Opposite Mr. Jas. Allen's Court House Hotel. OPENING DAY, SATURDAY, 30TH MARCH, 1889. ? ? ?. -;.S ^xC^ FOR SALE. A good STRONG BUGGY, with pole andshafts J\. complete. Apply, MBS. POWELL, Braidwood. St. Andrew's...

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Scraps. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 30 March 1889

Scraps. Wanted a Directory Dress Herself. — Mademoiselle Eugenie Gilhooly (nursery maid) — ' Ef yez plaize, mum, have ye a city directory that ye would lind me a bit ?' Mis tress of the House — ' What do you want of a city directory, Eugenie?' 'Shure an' I want to see how to make me wan ov thiin directory aresses tnat you look so swate in. A Literal Interpretation. — Mistress — 'Why, Bridget, wliat in the world are you doing with my new dress on f Bridget — 'Sure, mum, it'sj'erself that gave it ter me!' Mistress — ' I gave it to you !' Bridget — ' Yis ; yez said oi cud have it as soon as yez had worn it out, an' begorra yez wore it out yestherday afthernoon.' Where He had Gone to. — ' By the way where is Jones now V asked Briggs. ' I haven't heard of him for a'loug time.' 'He has gone to the spirit land,' replied Quiinby. ' What, is he dead 1' ' I didn't say he was dead. He has moved to Kentucky.' Not an Agnostic — Lawyer — 'Will your Honour put the usual question to the witness as ...

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An Extraordinary Swindle. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 30 March 1889

An Extraordinary Swindle. i Adelaide, Tuesday. — An instance of bow miners 1 are systematically salted has just come under the tlse noticu of tho Government. Some short time feinee tbe (Jiait Northern Gold-mining Syndicate requested the Government to allow their mining iuspector to visit their property aud report oil it. Accompanying the application were six specimens, 111 wuicn gui'i was uasny iiisceruauic. mspjcior Rosewarnc at once examined the specimens with a powerful g!a.s, aud detv^oi! Unit where gold was to b.» s»en th.: qu ivtz pr srnte 1 a glazed appearance, as ifg'ut h-i-i 1jc?ii a^uiif). He then touk the sto'ii.' t) the Jc pi1 i 'i I .issiy?;1 ii-i'l :iointi; I out th'- p^ i! : -'iy. Th ovB.-ii'ne'i' ;'-,r.-yer voi .'?rm.-l the opinion, au.i ajaiiuii a needle whiuii pem-tntlcd oufikieutly into t.je giuliiious sub=taacu to Ktaii'i upright, and when withdrawn left a. very percepliblepuuieture. On otieof thespeeimensbeing placed in boiling water the gold fell off immediatel...

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CABLE MESSAGES. LONDON,March 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 30 March 1889

GABLE MESSAGES, ] (From the Sydney Papers.) i . CONDON, March 25. S Sir Sam Samuel has arranged a London commit- B tea to receive subscriptions for the purpose of aj- B sistiiig in the movement for the erection of a statue B to the late Dr. Lang in Sydney. S One hundred and thirty-three applications have fl been received for the position of Chairman ot the fl Railway Commission in Queensland. Amongst the B applicants arc several Canadians. Mr. Archer, fl the Agent -General for Queensland, refers tho best of the applicants to the authorities in Brisbane. Canada is rc-issning fishery licenses under the nouns viven'di ari-angcd by the Bight Hon. Joseph Chamberlain with the United States. ?. Mr, William Westgaith lead a jmpDr before the Colonial Institute on colonial loans. He advoca ted the ieisiiing of 3 per cent loa'us. He blunts Mr. J. V. Barns, the kte Colonial Treasurer ol New .South Wales, for issuing the lost Now South WaleB loan at irregular* interest dates, thereby de preciati...

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Shocking Tragedy ucar Dublin. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 30 March 1889

Shocking Tragedy near Dublin. A shocking shooting affray resulting in the death of a man and serious injury to a girl, occurred on Saturday night, February 9, in a public-house at Ballyboden, near White church, county Dublin. A gamekeeper named Freckleton, a Scotchman, entered the public-house of Mrs. O'Connor, who was speedly in the midst of an altercation with a man named Dennis Kavanagh. He broke his stick over his head, and then producing a revolver fired at him, shooting him through the head. Death was instantaneous. The gamekeeper then fired at Miss O'Connor, daughter of the landlady, wounding her severely and he afterwards fired a third shot at another of the landlady's daughters, but without effect. The wounded girl lies in a dangerous state. The police arrested Freckleton late at night near his own house. It appears that some time ago he and his brother-in-law prosecuted some persons at petty sessions for trespass, aud they were waylaid and beaten. This circumstance made Fr...

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The Death of John Bright. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 30 March 1889

The Death of Jolm Bright. In its obituary uotice of this great statesman, the -S. M. Herald says : — Our cablegrams this morning announce the death of Mr. John Blight. On the 23rd of April, 1806, when Earl Russell's Parliamentary Reform Bill was being debuted in tbe House of Commons, the member for Birming ham mode use of the following words: — 'The politx il gains of the Last 25 years are my political gams, it they can be called the gams in any degree of any Jiving Englishman. The policy I have urged upon the House and upon the country, so far as it lias hitherto been accepted by Parliament, is a policy conservative of tbe public welfare, strength- ening the just authority of Parliament, and adding from day to day fresh lustre aud dignity to the Crown.' Xot a mau among those 315 who defeated that Bill only to get a Conservative household suf frage measure a little later could deny the truth of that honest boast for its proof was to be found iu the pages of Haksasp, and iu ihe statu...

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LONDON. THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 30 March 1889

LONDON. TnuasDAY. The Netherlands Ministry propose that the Queen should resume the regency. Queen VictDriaJbas paid a. visit to San Sabastiau in Spain, to meet Queen Christian. She was welcomed with great enthusiasm and their Majesties dined together aud subsequently witnessed a Basque dance iu the town square. Queen Victoria is much Au unsuccessful attempt was made to upset a train conveying the Czar aud Czarina of Russia to the Imperial Palace at Gbatchiua. The engine driver fortunately noticed the rails placed across the line aud was enabled to stop the train iu time to avert a catastrophy. Severn arrests have been made. The evidence in the trial of Bishop Lincoln for ritualistic practices has beeu concluded. The Bench of Bishops have reserved their judgment. A copper trust is projected iu London with a capital of Ll.000,000 to undertake the gradual sale of copper syndicates stock and to regulate future projuctious. The present price is quoted at US to L5q.

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A Threatened Morman Trouble in Canada. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 30 March 1889

A Threatened Mormun Trouble in Canada. An Ottawa paper says :— After all their promises to forsake polygamy or being per mitted to settle in Canada, the Mormons of Lee's Creek have evidently made up their minds to set the laws and the Government at defiance. Hon. A. M. Stenhouse, who re cently resigned his seat in the British Columbia Legislature to join the Mormon colony at Lee s Creek, and who has become a prominent member of the'sect, says in defence of a multiplicity of wives that the criminal olemeut of bigamy consists in the deception which is practised on oue or more parties interested, whereas among the Mormons polygamy can only be contracted by the con sent of all parties interested. He says publicly that if he marry one wife it is not the action or opinion of intermeddling Governments that will deter him from seeking higher honours in matrimony. As a freeborn Briton, he says he will certainly claim equal rights with the Indian, Mahommedan, and other subjects of her Majesty...

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