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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 3 April 1889

W. J. CHAPMAN, Stock and Station Agent, Auctioneer & Valuator, AUCTION MART, ZBiELA-irrw-ooix First-class Paddocks, splendidly grassed nnd per manently wotcred, one mile from Sale Yards. Kff Advances made upon Stock for Sale. IIKOEKKTAKERS, Wallace-Street ESrnidwosxl. O'HEIR and MUNDY having completed their new aud handsome HEARSE, are now pre pared to conduct Funerals on tbc most liberal terms. ' GRATEFUL-COMFORTING. EPPSSjCOCOA. U R EAKFA S T. '?nY a thorough knowledge of the natural laws J3 which govern tlje operation of digestion and nutrition, and by a careful application of the fine properties of well-selected cocoa, Mr. Epps has pro vided oar breakfast tables with a delicately flavoured beverage which may save ua 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 wherever th...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Braidwood Police Court. Monday April 1. (Before John Wallacc, Esq.) ASSAULT WITH INTENT TO DO GREVIOUS BODILY HARN. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 3 April 1889

Itraidwood Police -Court-* Monday April, 1. (Uofore John Wallace, Esij.) ASSAULT WITH IXTENT TO »O CliEVIODS UODILV IMI1M. Thomas Kelly was charged with having on Saturday last at Brnidwond unlawfully assaulted Kdward -iourlay with intent to x\i- him grevioiis- boilily harm. M r. Full appeared Xor the accused. Scnior-CoUbtiiWc McICcon deposed : I went io where Gourlay lived on Saturday night ; iu n liack rooin in the premises I saw him lying in bed ; he liad sticking plaster ou his face aud there was a blow on his foruhoad ; saw him at tlifleicnt times until J a.m. on Sunday inomiug, when he was still unconscious; at 1.30 went with Const. Wren to the boolshop of John Kelly ; saw the .accused there ; lie said he was goiug down the street with another when Uourlay fell ; he heard £omc one say he was hurt with a stone, he did not know wiio hit him us there was u number of tall people before him ; aflowwds he said he wns standing £ or 5 yards from him when he fell ; I thcu ar rested him...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 3 April 1889

LOCAL NEWS. ? ♦ ? Seed Wheat fok Farmers.— Id our last issue wepublished tlie regulations under wV:ieli seed wheat IB to be granted by the Clovornment to distressed farmers throughout tlie colony. It must lie under .Stood that any persons receiving see«J- wheat arc re quired to sign an undertaking lo repay the Colo nial Treasurer the amount advanced out of die proceeds of the firet crop. If tlie applicant is a tenant his landlord will nave to sign a guarantee that the produce grown from the seed supplied will not be distrained upon lor rent to tlie detriment ol the Government. Mr. Jas. Aldcom, Police Magis trate, has been appointed to act on behalf of the -iovenunent in this district, ami he has been em powed with the necessary authority to appoint three persons to report to him in accordance with the rules and regulations laid down, lie hakan advertisement in another column inviting ?applications from those of the farmers in the Braidwood district requiring seed-wheat and who lire ...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A Prophet of Terrible Times. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 3 April 1889

A Product of Terrible Times. Mr. J^v.TBaxter, editor of the Christian ffehald, has beeii trying to terrify the people of Birmingham. In the Grand Theatre, in which he lectured one Sunday afternoon to a crowded audience of both sexes, the drop scene is stated to have been decorated with a painting of an enormous winged dragon, ?? with 10 horns aud many heads.' In the centre,.' was another picture pourtraying ' the woe of demon scorpion locusts stinging men tor twice nve uioncns ?: ana adjoining this was ,a representation of ' the woo of 200 million fire-breathing demon horsemen claying a third* part of mankind ;' while to the right appeared a picture showing the people of the earth worshipping images, with a -scaffold in the background, on which Christians were being guillotined. Besides ?these '.stirring symbols, 'horrible images of black Jiorees spreading famine and desola tion and white horses mounted by skeletons ornamented other portions of the house.' Not dlS'tfe^disoourse fall...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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Siamese Oath. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 3 April 1889

*;n'' '' Siamese Oath. '. , A Bangkok journal gives the full text of the oath of allegiance taken by ail Siamese officials twice a year in a Buddhist temple at Bangkok, among them being all the British French, Italians, and other foreigners in the service of the Siamese^ Government, who are probably quite unaware that they nre renoun cing their relisjion as well as their natural allegiance. The oath would occupy the best part ot a column of the Tiuus ? the following are the ,first aud lastparagraphs : — 'We, the slaves of the Lord Buddh, beg to offer to his Majesty, Prabaht Somdetch Pra Chula KIow the King, this our personal oath, pleading 9urjoyaltyv in the immediate presence of the god. Buddh, the sacred teachings, and the sabred priests. . . . When we die and depart from the heavenly aud god-worlds to be born again in the human worlds, let us abound with goods, glorious and limitless possession, and distinguished attendants in accord with our desires. We entreat the Lord Buddli, ...

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 — 3 April 1889

Lost. T OST, on the nigbt of the 29th of March, off the X-i Mail Coach between Six-Mile-Flat and SJAKAR ONE PARCEL addressed to Mr. JAMES HARRISON, of Mauar. The finder will please return it to the owner or the undersigned to save any further trouble. B. MOBAK, Mail Driver, Braidwood. Caution. AKVT ONE found SHOOTING or otherwise TRESPASSING in my paddocks will be pro Becuted. JASIES O'BRIEN. Bellevue, April 2, J88S9. Caution. ALL persons found SHOOTING or TRESPAS SING in any other way in my paddocks at ?Six Mile Flat will be prosecuted. william McCaffrey. BEAIDW00D CHORAL SOCIETY. SIXTH CONCERT. THE Committee beg to announce to the Sub scribers tudt tin; NEXT CONCERT «f the Society will he hiAd in the LITERARY INSTI TUTE on TUESDAY NEXT, 9th inst., at 8 p.m. The Programme on this occasion will be a miscel laneous one of GLEES. PART SONGS, SOLOS, and CONCERTED PIECES. This will terminate the iirst year of the Society's existence, and the Cuiirnittue have decided that to this Concert...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LONDON. MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 3 April 1889

LONDON. Monday*. Great excitement was caused on Sunday through a bomb being thrown in the Church of San Carlo, Rome. The bomb exploded without seiious damage. The revenue of the United Kingdom for the year ending March 31st amounts to £89,472,000. News of the disaster at Samoa has created a great sensation in Germany. The Emperor is greatly nllected by the intelligence.

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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Some Swindling Tricks. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 3 April 1889

^ Some Swindling Tricks. The number of persons whe annually fall a victim to what is known as the confidence trick {a London paper says) is very large, and as that trick to, lie successful requiries an%lmost' incredible amount of credulity and simplicity on the part of the victim, one need not to be surprised at persons falling into less evident, traps. Next, however, to the confidence trick is the painted sparrow trick, wliich appears to furnish a perennial stock of Victims. It would have been thought that : no ;one could possibly have mistaken a paintd sparrow for a rare Oriental bird, and yet there seems no difficulty upon the part of . , ingenious scamps in finding persons sufli ? ? ciently ignorant to suit their purpose, trjjoraas Andrews, mason, was sentenced to four months' imprisonment for palming off painted sparrows as valuable foreign birds. Curtfuisly enough, Andrews had victimised one of his customers upon a previous occasion, and 'was unfortunate enough to try the tric...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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The Police and the Revolver. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 3 April 1889

The Police and ilic Revolver, In France, in Germany, iu Austiia the policeman wears a sword ; in Russia he is «,fri)g-Uw,Mi a J*\vi»r4 and revolver ; awd in the United States lie has a club and a re volver. Indeed, in the great Republic of the West it would be invidious to distinguish the policeman from his fellow-citizen by depriv ing tiittrot fais shooting irons. In England only (says a London paper) it is supposed that part of a policeman's duty is to walk About alone in lonely places and to give a pot-shot to the enterprising cracksman with out offering, to return his adversary's lire. How many policemen and how many house holders have been beaten within an inch of their lives, Ii«w~many have beeu murdered *wfio might have been saved, how many bur glars have got clean away who might have been winged and captm'ed, are questions for statisticians of the police reports and the the coroner's inquests. What are the con ceivable objections ? That policemen do not fc&ow4iow to ...

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 — 3 April 1889

GENERAL NEWS. ? & ? At the Eathurst police court on Friday, before Messrs, Dulhuuty awl Cutler, James \V. Roufley, formerly public school teacher at Urewoiiglc, was charged' with having committed a serious offence upon a girl named Catheriue Ryati, she being under the age of 10 years, namely 14 years, aud at the time a pupil at the school. The evidence for the prosecution went to show that the offence com plained of took place while the accused wascngaged iu cleaning the premise,-, and that the girl was ex pected to bo confined shortly. The accused was committed fur trial at t!ie next circuit court, which has been fixed for April Jo. Bail was allowed. A telegram from Mornya on 1' nuay reports :— A sad accident happened this illuming. Phillip Henry Jcfiery, fourth sou of Mr. P, Jc-llery, of this town, was adjusting his gun, when it accidentally went off, shooting iiis youngest si jter, Emily, about 18 years old. Tlie charge took eflect, causing a seriuus scalp wound. Phillip ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SYDNEY TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 3 April 1889

SYDNEY TONCS. It is extrnordinarj the antipathy the working men of Sydney have to those they call the 'sijuatter.' In their opinion they are treated far too well, and nothing less than a ileavy laud tax would suit their case. The unemployed who pervade the Park also are very bitter in their denunciations of this, iu their estimation, favoured class. They consider that thev are all alike, only different iu decree. same holding immense tracts of land and others not so much, but still too much for what they pay for it. The large loud owners aud the doka-1'ikg squatters Arc considered to be of the same species and aught to he abolished mtd hundreds of small holders take their place, both for agriculture and grazing. Xoiv, as I havo just come down from iiiverina, having had a nine months' ramble through u. giuat portion of it, and having beeu through the other parts ou several other occasions, I think I can disabuse the minds of some respecting their wealth and their kind treatment by th...

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OUR TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 3 April 1889

OUE TELEGRAMS. ? « ? (fbom ops own cobrespoxdekt}. SYDNEY, Saturday. A fearful hurricane has occurred at Samoa. Six German aud American warships, two barques and eleven coasters have been totally destroyed. There has been great loss of life. The bodies of tiiirteen officers and 140 men have so far been recovered. Tuesday, 11.55 a.m. At tiie Homebush stock sales yesterday 550 cattle were yarded and prime beef was worth 23s per cwt. The higl-'=t average for bullocks was £9 8s 2d ar ??- brought from £5 13s. 17000 sheep were penned. Best merinos brought from 13s 6d and others from 4s 3d. Bain has been general throughout the colony. The war-ship Calliope is not expected to reach Sydney for some days she being under sail, coals having run out. Sir John Hay entertained upwards of 120 gentlemen at a complimentary dinner in the Legislative Council last night. A daughter of the Hev. S. Walker, of Learmoutli, Victoria, cominited suicide by throwing herself in front of a train ou the ^ Brighton...

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CABLE MESSAGES. LONDON, March 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 3 April 1889

CABLE MESSAGES. (From the Sydney Papers.) LONDON, March 28. in tue Mouse ot Loiils tins evening, tne, Marquis of Salisbury delivered a eulogiuin on the career of the late Mr. John Bright, The Premier declared tlua JuUu Bright liail been the greatest master of English oratory for several generations. His elo quence was robust, powerful, burning with nobla thoughts, and always inspired by the well-known recititmlc of his character. Any course of aetiou that recommended itself to John Bright was never adopted out of personal feeling, ana be was ever guiilcd by the purest patriotism from the beginning The Government have prohibited the importation of live sheep and lambs from Germany and Holland oA'ing to the prevalence of foot-and-mouth disease iu those countries. The auuual import hitherto lias Imsl'ii 800,000 heaJ, beiug eight-ninths of tho total live stock import iuto England. The shippers are trying to introduce the meat iu carcases, but it is believed the attempt will fail, aud o....

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The Times-Parnell Inquiry. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 6 April 1889

The TlmcsParncll Inquiry. The R.M.S. Victorian arrived ut Albany on Fri day, bringing English news up to — March 1. together with the following account of the above inquiry : — At the sitting of the Times Paraell inquiry commission Couvt yesterday morning Pigott failed to put in an appearance. His name was called as soon as the Commissioners entered, but he failed to respond. Then after a, pause of two or three minutes Sir Richard Webster gravely announced that lie was instructed Pigott left Anderton's Hotel, Fleet-street, at 11 o'clock on Monday night, and had not returned. At once Sir Charles Russell applied for a warrant for the witness's arrest, which was granted. Sir Richard Webster then stated that in new of what had occurred last week he and his friends Must consider what course they would take with regard to this portion of the case. Thereupon pending the possible appearance of the witness, the President said the Court would adjourn for half an hour. Before their Lordships r...

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Original Poetry. The Lay of the Lunatic Hunt. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 6 April 1889

Original Poetry. ? ? * ? ' Sfce Iiay of the Lunatic Hunt. Writing expressly to orders, Stand we now firm iu the front To melodise madder maraudent Than made up the maniac hunt. f (TM where high royal mountains rise - jMofl iu turret form, A* though to prop the sinking skies, Or shield the earth from stonn ; Where darlinc doves united coo In halls of sassafras, M»H vriags of wongas winnow dew From oil the glistening grass ; When Wowonis cradled in repose Shew ahkdes of beauty blent, .Aid every balmy breeze that blows Is eweet and strong with scent. Here In thin place where every sense In softest sound is toned No man would took for evidence ' Of reason disenthralled ; Hot ctill wild horror lurks to-day Within those living woods — A man, n maniac they say, K«eps watch the while he broods. ? Tea, in those dim, dark forest boles, 'Mid gloom of mire and marge, Tkii watchword rolls from searching souls, 'A lunatic at large !' Oh! reader, wliercsoe'cr thou be, Head cot what people say, X* ...

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OUR TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, Friday, l p. m. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 6 April 1889

OUR TELEGRAMS. (FBOM OCK OWN CORRESPONDENT). SVDNEY, Fmday, l.p m. At tlie Homebusli stock sales yesterday 945 cattle were yarded aud prices were weaker. Best bullocks averaged £d 8s 3d. and others from £4 Hs. 21,000 sheep were penned and prime were dearer and others unsiltei-ed. Best merinos fetched 13s. others from 6s 4d. and ci-ossbreds from 10s 4d. to 18s. Iu the Assembly yesterday considerable time was occupied in perliminary business. Tlie introduction of the Land Bill was post poned till Wednesday next, the measure being not quite ready. All the Public Works Bill were read a first time. j Mr. Copeland then moved the adjourn ment of the house censuring the Government for granting seed seed wheat to farmers aud denounced the whole affair as a piece of poli tical jobbery. He hoped fanners would scorn to accept such a paltry offer form State A three hours' discussion followed, the only members sidiug with Mr. Copeland being Messrs. Tooliey and Hutchinson. Every other speaker from...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CABLE MESSAGES. LONDON, April 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 6 April 1889

GABLE MESSAGES. (From the Sydney PaperB.) LONDON, AraiL 2. Count Herbert Bismarck, who is at present on a visit to England, professes the fullest agreement with the views of Lord Salisbury upon colonial questions. M. Tirard, the French Premier, has dismissed M. Bouchez, the Procureur-Geiieral of the Paris police, who declined to take steps towards the pro secution of General Boulanger. Ex -Queen Natalie, of Scrvia agrees not to meddle in Servian nolitics. nor with the education of her sou, Prince Alexander, iii whose favour King Milan abdictcd, ou condition that she shall be al lowed to live in Belgrade. The Sultan of Morocco has agreed to pay an in demnity for the murders of British subjeets, and will permit the cable to Taugiers to be repaired. The amendineut moved by Mr. Cremer, M.P. for Haggerston, objecting to the proposed increase iu the the navy, has been negatived by a majority of 171. A motion of the Government, approving of the increase was passed. The Shah of Persia, has ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 6 April 1889

:« ? . ??? ? * '? -VTOMINATIONS for the GRAND EASTER S i\ HANDICAP 'must be ii-)-efora8 o'clock J).m. * ? HEXT MONDAY, APRIL 8th. * ^H ], ? Membere of Committee arc requested to meet at U S 'TattereallV' Hotel same night at 8 o'clock k I ^ J. M. MORONBY, , H Hod. Secretary. : I theIriental bank corporation, ? ' (IN LIQUIDATION.} I Notice to_Creditcrs. T HF NEW ORIFNTAL BANK. CORPORA TION, Limited, are now PREPARED TO M rURCHA-SE all approved outstanding claims on S the above Bank at the rate of 19s. 8d. in the £ for ? IMMEDIATE CASH. ? JAMEL STEELE, M Manager at Sydney. I 'CAPTAIN'S PLAT I Athletic Sports, I TO-BE RUN ON I EASTER MONDAY. J /CAPTAIN'S FLAT HANDICAP, of £10; dis V \J tauce, 150 yards; to lie run i-i divisious; first j prize, £7 ; second prize, £2 ; third prize, £1. m MINERS' HANDICAP, of £5, for MI bona-fide ? miners, resident of Captain's Flat ; distance, 130 E yards. I Numerous other Events. ? Nominations for Captain's Flat Handicap close S on SATURDAY, the 13«i ins...

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LONDON. THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 6 April 1889

.- LONDON1. TirtfBSDAV. It u stated that the French Government purpose executing General Boulanger, A plot has been discovered at Stamboul to depose Sultan Haurid iu favor of. hi? brother. Yellow fever has broken out at RioJiwi. ero. Four thousand deaths have occurred. A Xarge number of Royalists are seceding from the Boulangist ranks. They regard the general's flight as cowardice, A better selection of wools Is now being offered and there is keen competition, ; price* being fully maintained.

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Braidwood Small Debts Court. Wednesday, April 3. (Before Messsre. J. Aldcorn, P.M., K. Maddrell, and J. Wallace). [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 6 April 1889

Braidwood Small Debts Court. Wednesday, Ajpbil 3. (Before Mosssrs. J. Aldcoru, P.M., R. Maddrell, and J. Wallace). John Jeffrey v. John Healey, L3 13s money due. Continued to next Court. Smith aud Co. v. Joseph Hush, L3!ls. Cd. goods sold. Verdict for plaintiff for amount claimed, less LI paid into Court. Same v. James Ellis LS 8s goods sold. Verdict for pl'mtiff. W. C Fell v, John Grant, L6 Ts. 6d. money due. Verdict for plaintiff. There were several other cases which were set tled out of Court.

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