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The Coal Strike. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 12 September 1888

The Coal Strike Since the Conference adjourned on Saturday the probabilities of an early settlement of the dispute have been eagerly discussed. The prevailing opin ion is that the miners will not accept the master's agreement in its present form, but doubtless when the delegate meeting takes place the miners will suggest an alteration in the clause referring to the standard height of the seam. A rumour, which requires confirmation, was afloat on Monday to the effect that the delegates will meet for the purpose of testing the feelings of lodges as to whether the miners should resume work during the consider ation of agreement between the masters and men. If the rumour be cerrect it will afford no end of satisfaction iu all parts of the district, particularly at Lambton and the South Waratah District. Everybody is looking forward to the result of Thursday's conference, and one colliery manager was heard to express the opinion on Saturday that if the dispute was not settled this week t...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 12 September 1888

GENERAI/NEWS. ? ^ ? Very gloomy reports are being received from some of the western stations regarding the severity of the drought. It is stated that owing to the dry weather the rabbits have been dying off by thou sands, and there are scarcely any left in some districts. The sheep and cattle are dyingin large numbers on some of the stations, and a Wilcannia telegram says that some of the station managers purpose to abandon the homesteads and come to the township to live. The present outlook is said to be the worst known for many years. The con tinued drought is causing general anxiety, and unless rain falls in the country districts shortly disastrous results will ensue to many stockowners. The candidates nominated in connection with the Gunnedah election were Mr. E. W. Turner (free trade) and W. J. Poolc (protectionist). Mr. Tur ner got the show of hands. A suggestion has been made by F. B. Freehill, of Sydney, that the various colonies should reorganise the branches of the Irish N...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 12 September 1888

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. ; ? *9 ? [It must be distinctly understood that we do not hold ourselves responsible for the opinions ex pressed by our correspondents.]

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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SALVATIONARMYISM "AND LIFELESS" CORPSES. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE DISPATCH.) [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 12 September 1888

SALVATIONAKMYISM ' AND LIFELESS ' nOR.PSTCfi (TO ME EDITOR OF THE DISPATCH) Sir, — I am a sad sour man who seldom or never smiles, but nevertheless I never willingly absent myself from cat fights, dogfights, pig murders, wakes (especially if the corpse be lively), bush dances, inquests, funerals, and christenings. A good blood and thunder dog fight lias a strange charm peeuliary its own — a charm that is far reach ing, sublime iu its grandeur, intense in its excite ment, doubtful in its orunn, and astounding in its results. This world would be a dreary uninterest ing desert, and life would be a dark forbidding dream were it not that the oasis-like dog fight lends occasional enchantment to the Sahara of our existence and bids us in sweet and soothing accents to rejoice and hope aud live! What a paradise this cold, cruel world would be if life were one prolonged never-ending glorious dog fight ! Where is the man who cannot forget all his troubles, all his business, and all his love af...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 12 September 1888

RANTED, aGOOD WO^^ft^ CHOICE CONFECTIONERY Abbott's Hews and General Agency, WAIAACE-STREET, The 'Sydney Tofereo' and 'Melbourne Sports . ' man' sold at Abbott's News Agency, WailaccSlrcet, (OPPOSITE ST. REDE'S.) ? lilawarra S, H. Company /NTEAMERleaVcs Sydney for the Clyde during j!5 ^fceinonth of SEPTEMBER as follows:— Thursday, 8th, at 10 a.m. j Friday, 14th, 10 ft,jn. Thursday, 20th, at 10 a.m. ; Thursday, 27th, at 10 ft.ni. Toonsure immedlata traasitOoodfl should be «t tho NelUgen Store by won oji Fridays Passensors only leave Neliigon on Mondays at 8.3 ' a.tn., eid BatemaaVBay at 10 a.m. Preight at » Very I*w Ghwge, AU Meals Free. p. j. ctoraoK. AsenfeUelligen

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CABLE MESSAGES. LONDON, SEPTEMBER 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 12 September 1888

CABLE MESSAGES. (From the Sydney Papers.) Lokdjk. Septebidee 6. The Australian cricketers commenced a match to-day at Scarborough against au English Eleven selected by Lord Londcsborough. The home team went in first, and scored 1C3, of which Barnes made 46 and Guun 33' Turner took four wickets for 48, and Lyons three for 32. When stumps were 'drawn for the day, the Australians had scored 53 with one wicket down. A most lucrative trade is springing up between Palestine and Germany, aud the rapidity with which the Holy City is being settled by German subjects is creating great alarm. The Germans are not mixing with the native population, but are forming small colonies among themselves, which of itsell is giving rise to a good deal of uneasiness. The Bishop of Limerick, Dr. O'Dwyer, who took such an active part in endeavouring to enforce con formity to the terms of the Papal Rescript,' -lias joined the Separatist party. Prominent members of the Wesleyaii body have expressed great dissa...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 12 September 1888

Good progress 1s being made with the railway line from youlbtun to Coomb. Arrangements are being made for the early opening of a farther ex tension— from Micbdag© to Bunyait, a distance of 3*i miles, which -will only leave some five or eiK miles more to complete the line Into Cooina. It is hoped that the extensions Bnnyan may bo opened in time for the coming wool season. ill reply v- ftuepuwKtwni woo argon snav iveuiu worUi was a suitable site for the establishment of a, small amis factory, the Premier said that the ques tion was being considered, but th&ttt would have to be decided by the Governments of Victoria, South. Australia, and New South Wales. Sir Henry Rurkes said that ho was dcrirous of terminating for wer the employment of Chinese in connection with these eolomes, he had every sym pathy 'with a deputation which asked that Govern ment should mase it a. condition that only white men should be employed on ships carrying colonial mails. He ^roinisctl in any future co...

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OUR TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY TUESDAY, 12 (NOON.) [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 12 September 1888

OUR TELEO-RAMS. (FBOM OITB OWN CORBESPONDENT.) SVDKEY TCESDAT, 12 (NOOK.) ' At the Homebush fat stock sales yesterday TOO cattle were yarded. The market was firm and prices advanced, best beef being worth 27b 6d per lOOlbs. The highest average for bullocks was £11 13s 3d, and others from £5 13s. 9300 sheep were penned and best merinos brought 13s 8d, extra prime 21s and others from 7s 9d. Mr. G. R. Dibbs has issued another writ against the Daily Telkqiut h for libeL Damages are laid . at£10,000. . A' woman named Taylor was found dead on the railwry line near Eskbankon Saturday night under suspicious circumstances. The iuquest has been adjourned. The deceased was apparently smothered and then thrown on the line. Mr. Dennis, Postmaster at Goulburn, was arres sed yesterday, charged with embezzlement to the extent of several hundred pounds. At yesterday's wool sales competition was 'very spirited for any good lines at recent rates. Several hundred tons of Queensland coal were sold by au...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 12 September 1888

LOCAL NEWS. The Weather. — Yesterday morning a few light ►bowers fell and there was some appearance of a. change iti the weather. In the south-eastern parts of the colony there have been fine rains and in some places thanks-givings have been offered up in the churches for the Bame. Prayers for rain were ot tered up iu St. Andrew's Church, Braidwood yes ii-rday morning. Tin; Gold Escort.— Tho escort wliieh loft Braidwood for Sydney on Friday last took 445 ozs. 7 dwts. 9 grains of gold, of which 80 ozs. were from Braidwood and the remainder from Araluen, the Bank of New South Wales at both places being the only consignees. The Wagga Snow. — Miss Hassall's horse took iirst prize at the late Wagga Show for ladies' hack neys as well as 8rst prize for special ladies hackneys mid second prize for gentlemen's. The horse that look iirst prize in the last mentioned class was sold fur 01) guineas to a Melbourne buyer. At the stock males at Wagga on Saturday one ram brought 100 ^lineas ami othe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 12 September 1888

BfjAJDWQOD BiSP/yTCH Strenue et Prospere. WEDNSDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 18S8.

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The Redfern Election. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 12 September 1888

The Redfern Election. The polling took place on Saturday. The elec tion was attended with considerable excitement, both sides bringing up every voter. Cabs were flying in all directions, and Mr. Howe's friends were working gamely to secure a victory, although the friends of the Free-trader expressed themselves confident that the result would be in their favor. A number of prominent Protectionists and Free traders from Sydney were employing their influence in their respective political interests. Both candi dates visited all the polling -booths. The working men rolled up at dinner hour, and great anxiety was expressed as to the tendency of the railway vote. The following is the 'result :— Howe ... * ? 29j7 Martin ? 2105 Majority for Howe, 8j2. When the result leaked out. the wildest excite ment prevailed, aud although the frieuds of the Protectionist candidate had been growing confident of victory., the confirmation of their anticipations was received with a bui'st of enthusiasm whic...

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Miraculous Escape of a Diver. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 12 September 1888

Miraculous Escape of a Diver. A 'liver, named Charles Byres, 40 years of age, residing in Creswick-street, Foolseray, had a mar vellous escape from death at the works in connec tion witii the new Falls bridge on Wednesday afternoon (says the Melbourne Arucs). About 4 I o'cmici: 11. was notiued tliat tue caisson, or cotler diun, which had been erected near the South wharf, I was leaking', mid Byres was sent dowii oil the out l side to pa: li ilie leaks with bags of clay. These ^ uollui' lams iirv constructed in order to enable ex Ciivau'iru tu be made for the reception of concrete on whioh tiie cylinders that support tho girders of the bridge -ue to bu placed. They are built of m«i:.ive ;'liiiiks sharpened at tho ends, and known in i hcet-piling. These piles or planks are fastened iirmly together in a bow-liko form, about lCft ( ei.uari*, and are covered with bags or tarpaulin. Thi^ f,v,:n.irurl; is sunk as far as possible by plac i i|i '???vy In my weights upon it, and then each ] ?...

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LONDON. MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 12 September 1888

LONDON. Monday. President Cleveland candidly disclaims any in- tention of carrying on a Freetrade crusade.   The man arrested for the Whitechapel murders has been discharged from custody. Mr. Michael Davitt declares that the alliance with the Liberals has handicapped the Irish Vational party.

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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 15 September 1888

GENERAL NEWS. ? * ? _ In a written statement, which he desired should be made public, Hewart protested -his innocence, and said he had no motive for murdering the man. He asserted that the evidence against hun ftt the trial was of a contradictory nature, and. com plained that Park did not sooner receive medical attention. - The Minister of Mines returned to Sydney os Tuesday from Melbourne. He says that the New South Wales Court would be nothing without th% - mineral exhibits. ?. It is understood that Lord Knutsford, in bia mmessage to the.Governor of Queensland, informed hun that although he had not yet received th» despatches on the subject, he considered that the advice of the Ministers should have been taken. On Tuesday Sir T. M'nwrath Premier of Queens land, delivered, his budget speech. The expendi of the year exceeded the revenue by £191,365. The total authorsed debt of the colony now amounts to £^7,023,684. The changes by the revision of the tariff were announced. The fourth...

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CABLE MESSAGES. LONDON, SEPTEMBER 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 15 September 1888

CABLE MESSAGES. (From the Sydney Papers.) London, September 9. A cyclone of almost unparalleled violence has been experienced at Cuba. So disastrous have been its effects that most of the public buildings have been completely wrecked. The shipping at Hav ana has been greatly damaged, the railways have been destroyed, and many people killed. The House of Representatives in the United States has passed a measure of retaliation agauist Canada in connection with the Fisheries Question. Four members have dissented from the action of the majonvy. Septembeu 11. A EerioUB earthquake was experienced to-day at Vostifcsa, a town on the Gulf of Lepauto, and at other towns in this country. Several houses at Vostitza and elsewhere were wrecked, and many persons were killed and injured. The match, Australians versus Lillywhite's team which visited Australia last season, was commenced to-day at Bradford. The wicket waa slow owing to the rain -vhich fell yesterday. The Australian? went in first, and...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 15 September 1888

WA3ITED, ft SMART LAD. Apply to D. *COTT, Jon-cllor, AValtaco-street ? ? Braidwood Choral Society. maS 088X2 PRACTICB of tho Society ^ill be. X held On TUESDAY, 5-nd OCTOBER, atS put., dad 'On the same ovoning tho Liectiou of Officers frill take place. J. C. WILSON, 1 Hon. Sec. Tenders. mENBEES REQUIRED foi the supply and JL erection 6{ a two-mil fouoe round tlio Somon CatboVtc Chui-oli'fA Jembalcuuibone ; About 110 rods Tendftra to be seat is ou or Iwfoie tho SOtb INST., addressed to tbo undersigned, from whom all particulars tenho obtained. , TBS3MAS DALY. tffANTfiD.aGOODCOOlC, Apply - Licensing Court. VrOTICK is liera))y given that a, SPECIAL J- LICENSING MEETING will 1-o held at tlie Court Houbo, Braidwood. on WEDNESDAY, the 10th inst. 3. W. BUNN, .......... .. ActiugCP.S. Braidwood, September 12, 1S88. Licensing Court. XTOrrCB Is hereby given tliattJie QUARTERLY £% LICENSING 5IEE11NG tor the District will he 'held at the Court House, Braidwood, on WEDNESDAY, J3ie 3rd OCTOBER ne...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 15 September 1888

; A jnossago from BrisbanB toj* s--Jin «cmw from - » disastrous accident occurred ftboiSV. 7 orfock on Saturday evening on thoiyUUfwsteivii toilway - fiiet. fflieP, fttidO. «tefttu»JGoi|rtifthddl .jhftfl jnst - arrived, and iras Jicing tnadciMty»helf|-JjoTSisua\ tsjjecialfor carrying the pagfjigeji to aldjKmrnc «8tte backing along the pier. *pnoMtc the rfesseL The train consisted of nine carriage* and threSJwuis, 'whereas^t usually consists of 4U jbarriages and two trans. The meniu charges tiadt'sicvcr preVfouHly token llio train on tneiner.' A* * tho tall- of the train was approaching the cud ot the pier tho pace -Was not sufliuieiitlv slackened, «.nd the end a&shcc intdatruokTst«adingottti-o line, which, fortuna tely, »ad the break pinnod tightly down. The force ot U10 impact sent tho truck 30ft, from the edge qf^Jjejncr, ftnd the two wheels passed overall 98§C3iM!rucltonr*'In Hir darlaieiiB (iconic thought . iJielruoks had yoiio into- the ise&,troa lliat the ' gli...

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THURSDAY, SEPT. 13. (Before J. W. Bunn, Esq., J.P.) POLICE V. TEESDALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 15 September 1888

Thursday, Sept. 13. {Before J. W. Bunn, Esq., J.P.) POLICE V. TEESDALE. Bernard McKeon deposed : I am a SeniorCon stable stationed in Braidwood ; from information received I yesterday followed the prisoner now be fore the Court between Ryrie and Wallace-street ; when she saw me she turned sharply round and walked away and threw the the axe which I now produce over the Post Office fence ; I jumped over the fence, got the axe, followed the prisoner and Mrs. Whclan of this town. In reply to the charge she said she knew nothing about ; I heard that an axe had been stolen. Ellen Whelau deposed : I am a widow living in Wallace-street, Braidwood; I recognise the axe S reduced, It is my property ; I missed it on'Satur ay last about 11 a.m. ; I saw it last on Friday night in an empty house next door to me ; I value it at 4s Cd ; I did not authorise any one to sell it. ; I recognise the prisoner. Here the prisoner volun tary stated ' I stopped there a couple of nights ' I saw the accused in t...

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Another Libel Action. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 15 September 1888

Another Libel Action. I An action for libel was commenced in the Supreme Court on Wednesday liefore Judge Step hen and a jury of four. It was one in which William Price sued John Allan O'Neil for £10CK), for having published in the Queanbeyan Times last November, the following paragraph : ' The Queanbeyan Stamps Fraud. — Mr. Burns (meaning the Colonial Treasurer} laid on the table copies o the papers relating to the recent alleged case of irauu unaer rue ouimp jjuues act in connection with certain land for railway purposes at Quean beyan. The papers show that Mr. William Price, a inercliant, of Queaubeyan, had claimed from the Government £7500, for laud which a short time before had been sold for £2000. The department alleged that the Government had been defrauded of £27 10s stamp duty by the alleged incorrect statement of Mr. Price, and the Commissioner for Stamps wrote that the case was a most glaring one, and recommended a prosecution. ' (Meaning there by that the plaintiff, for ...

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Supreme Court. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 15 September 1888

Supreme Court, The following case Gray and another v. Bell and another, was tried on Monday before the Chief Justice and Judge Owen in Equity : — Mr. C. J. Manning, instructed by Mr. Murray White, for the plain tiffs ; and Mr. Liugen, instruc ted by Messrs. Lawrence and Rich, for the defend ants. This was an application for an order for the Eale of certain land mentioned in the will of the late Thomas Bell, of Bendoura, near Braidwood, as well as for an account of all the rents and profits arising from the land, which has been received by defGTinantR. Thn TilrunfciiTs n-prA 'K*»»vlina»^ T?raA erick, and Maiy Bessie Gray, and the defendants were George Nugent Bell, Ellen Bell, Francis Bell Jane Weir Wilson, and Edmund John Want Bell, infants under the age of 21 years. The late Tho mas Boll, it was stated, died on the 13tb Novem ber, 1854, leaving a will in which he bequeathed to his wife, Elizabeth Bell, all his real and person al estate for the benefit of her and liis lawful chil dr...

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