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Disastrous Gales and Floods in the South Seas. AUCKLAND, Tucstlay. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 6 April 1889

Dissistrotis Gales and Floods in the Soutb Seas. Aocklasd, Tuesday. The steamer Richmond, which arrived to-night, bciug news of additional wrecks at the Islands, aud (Usu&trous floods and gales at Tahiti. During a violent storm on January 29, the American ship Red Cross, bound from Newcastle to San Francisco with 1800 tons of coal, was dismasted. She made for Ruratonga iu a disabled condition, and the crew refusing to proceed, the vessel was sold for £500. During the hurricane on th'e 17th March, the Bed Cross broke adrift, and weut on a reef All the crew wore saved. A boat belonging to the tsbipSuakhn, bound form Newcastle to San Francisco, coal laden, and a largo quantity of wreckage, have lieen cast ashore at H&ratongo. It is feared the vessel has foundered. On February 4. the brigautiua Adu C. Oweu, belonging to Auckland, -vas wrecked near Papeete, No lives were lost, Sho was insured in the New Zealand Company for LI 300. Tahiti was visited by the severest hurric...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Licensing Court WEDNESDAY, APRIL 3. (Before Messrs. J. Aldcoru, Chairman, R. Maddrell, and J. Wallace). [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 6 April 1889

Licensing Court Wednesday, April 3. (Before Messrs. J. Aldcoru, Chairman, B. Mad drell, and J. Wallace). Application was made by Carl Martin for a license for a public house in Wallace Street nearly opposite Vider's store. Applicant produced the plau and specifications of the building which he was about to erect and which were tbe same as those which had been put in by Mr. S. Smith the former pro prietor of the premises, to whom a conditional license had been granted . There being no police ob jections, the conditional license was granted to Mr. Martin. A. J. McDonald applied for a conditional lieense for a public house in Wallace Street at the northern end of the town, in the premises formerly occupied 'y Mr. Agar, in the rear of which he carried on his tannery. Applicant procured the plans and speci fications of the building with the additions which are being made to it, and there being no police ob jections the license was granted. Application -wasvnlso made for a license for apu...

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

Parliamentary. When the Legislative Assembly met on Tuesday there were about SO lion, members on tbe Govern ment side of the House, aud G5 ou the Opposition side The members of the Government tverc then not sworn in, and therefore unable to take their scats, but Mr. Speaker reported the return of writs, and the gentlemen iu question csunc in aud took tbeir scats. The questions ou the business paper of the Legis lative Assembly yesterday were 25 iu number, comprising all sorts of subjects, and these were supplemented by several others without notice, most of which Ministers very properly declined to answer under the circumstances. Mr. (jonnly's motion in the Legislative Assembly in favour of allowing an extension of lease and a prefcrent right to purchase on the part of conditional lessees, did not evoke a very lively debate. Mr. H. Stephen moved an amendment to confer the same benefits upon conditional purchases as upon conditional lessees. The House, however, seemed trffyrefer to a...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Cost of Railway Construction. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 6 April 1889

Cost of Railwry Construction The Minister for Works has received a return from the Enginecr-in-Chicf for Railways, Air. Whit ton, containing a statement of expenditure by the Railway Construction branch of the Works Depart ment, ior each year from 1882 to 18S8, inclusive. Tlic largest expenditure was in 1885, when the amount was LI, 677,000. This diminished rapidly until 1888, when it was as low as L4S8.O00, Dur ing the present year the amount which will have been expended up to the end of April will be only about L50.000 ; after which, unless other railway extensions be undertaken, the expenditure ou con struction of railways will absolutely cease. This amount it must be understood, represents labour alouc. It is tbe custom of the Department tosup ply its own permanent way material, the cost of which is not included in the amount given. The following is the tabulated statement of the expendi ture for the ' warious years: — 1882, LI, 156,000; 1883, Ll.222,000 ; 1884, LJ.588,080 ; 18...

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 — 6 April 1889

GENERAL NEWS. The Sydney Hospital Board on Wednesday ac cepted a cheque for L45 towards the funds of the institution, beiug a percentage of a racing consulta tion, agreeing with Mr. Burdekin that 'money was money. ' The Queensland revenue returns for the quarter cuded March 31st show au increase of L121,864, as compared ivith the corresponding period of last year. In Melbourne on Tuesday five men, who were convicted of having committed perjury in Kivi'K evidence upon a charge of murder, were each sentenced to nine years bard labonr, the first three days of each month of the last vear to be passed in solitary confine:-!: M. A telegram fro:;: Adelaide on Wednesday says : — A peculiarly sudden and painful death occurred at a. wedding supper ou Tuesday. A wedding had taken place in the Archer-street Church, North Adelaide, and an adjournment was mode to a local institute to hold the wedding supper, Mr. William Buudy, ex-Mayor of Adelaide, was in the act of proposing the health of the br...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 6 April 1889

£50 reward £50 fbapd & deceit. In order to protect the people from being defrauded and cheated, the American Hop Bitters Company offers tl-e above Reward for the arrest and conviction of ».--y person or persons refilling the American Hop Bitters Company's bottles, and for selling any vile nostrum or compound as the genuine aid original Or. 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 HMERICHN HOP * BITTERS (A MEDICINE, NOT A DRINK), COHTAIN8 HUPS, Bl'f MIT, MAXDBAKE, »A*DELIU\. AkuiiisIMum J.SD Bsw Meoicm. QotUtiM Of ALL OTIlUa BllTBRS. THEY CUrXtJS All DleeawB of the Stomach, Doivtls, Blood, Liver, KidncvK and Urinary Oi-pius, Nervousness, Skupleu lieu, fvii;ali) Complaints anil Drunkenuest. THOUSANDS UPON THOUSANDS!!! of turtiiuoniols of the liiont wonderful cures, volun t inly xent us, we do not publish them, as they do not make the cure. It to our medicine, Dr. Smile's Am...

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Floods in South Australia. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 6 April 1889

Floods in South Australia. Adelaide, W' eduesday. — Heavy rains and floods are reported all over the colony. Bridges aud railway lines have been washed away, houses and farms submerged, and as much as live inches of rain lias fallen in places. Owing to the Broughton overflowing, a number of families have been washed out, and the River Wakefield, ordinarily a narrow stream in places, is three miles wide. The River Light rose so rapidly as to completely surround Mallalla Mill, where four men took shelter on the windmill. A rocket apparatus has be»n sent up iroin jiutsitv ~ 'n oruci w uiicct muir j-eauuu. Later particulars to iiuml arc to the c_ect that the railway at Bruce, in the north, has been damaged, traffic being delayed for several hours. The Moonta to Moouta Bay line on Yorke's Penin sula, is washed away, as also is the Hoyleton aud Blythe line. The main uorth line between Hamley Bridge and Riverton suffered considerably, but the delay of important traffic, including that from...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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The Late Disaster At Samoa. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 6 April 1889

Tuctate Disaster at Samoa Mr, trank'TrcalC writing to tiioS. SI. Herald of Monday in reference to the recent disater at Samoa, makes the following suggestion :— It inakes one's blood thrill to read of the glowing deeds of ovir dusky South Sea brethren ; and when late on Satur day night I read of Matoafu's humane conduct I felt with Shakespeare that ' One touch of nature makes the whole word kin.' Something ought to be done, and done promptly, by AuBtralia to testify our admiration anil gratitude to the Samoan ruler aud his followers. Perhaps meetings could be culled in all Australian capitals, whereat men of every nation could practically testify to tbe brotherhood of man with the fast decaying races of the isles of the sea. I nm sure our Mayor would gladly strike the keynote for Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide, Hobart, Perth, and Wellington. Let it be somc f.liiiirrciini-/knin tlifl.t rIimII nrjm* ifjillir #^11 nvnrv ^mltll Sea islander of the white people's soundness of heart toward...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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Curious Customs at Madagascar [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 6 April 1889

Curious Customs at Madagascar French despatches from Madagascar bring graphic accounts of a singular and picturesque national ceremony in which the Queeu plays the principal part. It is called the Festival of the Bath, and is celebrated annually. The Queen sat on her throne surrounded i'v the representative of Foreign Powers, ail seated except the French Resident, who stood. Behind her sat the attendants. Her Majesty was wrapped in a simple robe of red silk. Presently appeared a procession of natives bearing water and other necessaries for the bath, including firewood. These they conveyed into a quadrangle surrounded by curtains. When the water was warm the Queen stepped down and entered the cur tained space. In a few minutes salvoes of artillery announced to the people that the Queen was taking her bath. In a few minutes more she reappeared, sumptuously clothed, and adorned with jewels. She carried a horn filled with the bath water, with which she sprinkled the company. Then compli...

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

The Moruva Trasrcdv, The following is the Bxaminek's report of the shocking tragedy there ; — About 2 tfclock ou Friday afternoon our town was thrown into the utmost consternation by the report that Mr. Philip Henry Jeffery, sou of our highly respected townsman, Mr. Jeffery of Summer Hfll, had shot his sister and himself dead. Upon inquiry we found that the unfortunate young man had by accident shot his eister in the head, aud then after coiug for Dr. Johustou hod returned home oiul shot himself dead, evidently under the impression that his sister was fatally wounded. From the evidence at the inquest, which was held immediately after the death, it transpired that the dnceaserl in company of his younger brother Frede rick was about to go out snooting, and whilst in the net of lowering the hammer of his gun it ex ploded aud the shot lodged in the head ofhis sister who waB Btanding close by. This occurred in his father's bouse. Immediately the accident occurred he rode for Dr. Johustou...

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Weekly Calendar, [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 6 April 1889

Weekly Calendar, TW.-f-tu.viVM,! Daysof Sun | Sun IMoons »»y«f the Week M-*ntU Ri8C8 . SeU. Agc. Widkespav ? April 3 6 15 5 51 4 TntrasDAr ? „ 4 6 16 5 50 5 FittDAT ? „ 6 G 10 6 46 6 Saturday ? G C 17 5 47 7 Sokdat ? „ 7 0 18 5 46 8 Wokdav ? „ g 0 19 5 45 9 TvnoAT ? „ 0 0 02 5 44 10 * ''''* MOON'S 1'ItASE. ; Moon's first quarter April S, at 11.52 p.m. The Braidwood Dispatch, Strenua et Prosper^. SATURDAY, APRIL 6, 1889.

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

I W. J. CHAPMAN, I Stock and Station Agent, I Auctioneer & Valuator, I AUCTION MART, BBAIDWOOD. I First -class Paddocks, splendidly grassed ami per ! muticntly watered, one mile from Sale Yards. 6ST Advances made upon Stuck fur .S;i!u. inVDEKUTAUVRS, Wallaw-Sti'oet SSiiiiihvood. O'HEIK and MUNDY having completed their new and handsome HEARSE, arc now pre pared to conduct Funerals on the most liberal terms. GRATEFUL-COMFORTING. EPPS^COCOA. BRE A K F A « T. * 13 Y a thorough knowledge of the natural laws _|3 which govern tlie --)-er;itioii of digestion and nutrition, and by a careful application of the line properties of well-selected cuuoa, Mr. Epps lias pro Tided our breakfast tables with si delicately flavoured beverage which may save us intuiy 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 Boating around us ready t...

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Braidwood Police Court WEDNESDAY, APRIL, 3. (Before Messrs. J. Aldcorn, P.M., R. Maddrell, J. Wallace, and J. W. Bunn.) [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 6 April 1889

Braidwood Police Court Wednesday, April 3. (Before Messrs. 3. Aldcorn, P.M., B. Maddrell, J. Wallace, and J. W. Uuun.) Thomas Kelly on remand was charged with having assaulted Edward Gourky' on Saturday cvguiugjast in Braidwood with intent J» do grcvioua* bodily harm. i The cose for the prosecution was closed ritjtho former hearing, and was adjourned on the npplK' cation of Mr. Fell for the accused. Tlio evidence was published in our last issue, which showed that : a most diabolical assault had been committed upon the prosecutor, who is a member of the Salvation Army, while addressing a number of neonlc on a spare piece of ground next toSindcl's store in Wal lace street. Directly after a stone being thrown from one iu the crowd wWch hit the drum, another stone a three-cornered piece of road metal, was thrown which hit the prosecutor in the forehead and felled him like pithing a bullock. He was un conscious for four or five hours, Doctor Llewellyn who attended him stating that he was...

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 — 6 April 1889

LOCAL NEWS. ? + ? ? The Day Dawn Gold Mining Company, Limi Msd. — Manager's Report : Goulburn, 1st April, 1889. During the past week the main shaft has been sunk further 6ft. and timbered to the bottom, and centred within Bix feet of same. Loss of time . has been caused by unsatisfactory state of suction hose. The slopes have been filled in to a depth of 12ft, and the breaking of quartz resumed, about 25 tons have been raised. The reef in the faces average Sift,, mostly of a poor quality. A winze has been Started west of No. 2 shaft and a tramway laid to connect same with main shaft. The crashing machinery has had the best run obtained for some - time. A tailings dam has been constructed, and ?he water used for a second time, the quantity from 'the mine being barely sufficient now that the main - dam ie empty. The plant we have been waiting ' for is now ou the way. Athletic Sfoets. — lu our advertising co.uums appears au tuinouniueot of a day's athletic sports at '. Captain's Flat o...

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Prince Bismarck on Colonial Affairs. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 10 April 1889

Prime Bismarck ou Colonial Affairs. A parliamentary dinner was given recently at Prince Bismarck's, about whicli the Daily Keivs' Berlin correspondent hears the follow ing details: — After the dinner the Chancellor collected around !um an attentive circle of listeners, and talked to them while he was comfortably smoking a pipe. The conversa tion turned first ou the land question and the management of forests. Next he touched upon loreign politics, ana complained ot tiie anxiety that the new colonies caused him. He seemed to ascribe the trouble partly to the behaviour of the colonial officials, who, he said, do not act with full knowledge of the circumstances, and apparently do not know how to treat the natives, fle said Germany must at aiij- price avoid petty quarrels which might influence her esisting good relations with other Powers. Eveu the slightest pro bability of such a, thing might do much harm to German commercial interests. The Chan cellor also related many anecdotes of th...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The O'Connor-Gaudaur Affair. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 10 April 1889

The O'Couuor-Gaudaur Affair. The Daily Alia California of March 3 thus alludes to the O'Connor-Gaudaur race which was decided at Alameda on the follow ing day : — ' As a betting es'cnt tha race is a dismal failure. It lias never been regarded in local sporting circles as a square thing, and is usually spoken of as the hippodrome. Nobody ever considered Oaudaur any match for O'Connor, and he dosen't think so him en\t *-i»* Ii A 'n'rtnlrt JinArrt oj-r»fli-4f nd a. nil nil An«Tf» made him allowing him 10 seconds in a four mile race. Now he meets O'Connor on even terms for an alleged purse of 2000dol. Tbe affair is regarded as a plan to get money to help O'Connor out on his Australian tour.' The same journal, in reporting the race, says : — ' It is safe to say that there never has been such n palpable ' fake' in this city as the O'Connor-Gadaur race yesterday at AJameda mole. Tlie Alia had repeatedly warned the public that the whole affair was a fixed tiling, but tlie San Francisco publ...

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Easter Monday Sports. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 10 April 1889

Easter Monday Sports. Nominations for the Braidwood Sheffield Handi cap of 40 so vs., distance ISO yards, to come offiu the race course paddock on Easter Monday next, closed on Monday last, the handicaps were being declared last night. Amongst the 31 entrances will be found a number of local runners, as well as others from Gonlburn, Buugendore, Captain's Flat aud others of the surrounding towns. William McDonald, Buugendore Edward Collins, (a.), Krawarree James O'Donnell, Goulburu Thomas Dunn, Captaiu's Flat John Styles, Braidwood William Lewis, Braidwood Peter Munday, Captain's Flat John A. Mullins, Araluen George E. Mullius, Aralueu Christian Ronald, (a.) Naraudera George Stewart, Braidwood T. C. Kixon, Neiligen Charles Sharpc, Braidwood William R. Sbarpe, Braidwood W. H. Campbell, Braidwood C. W. Russell, Goulburn George McNamara, Goulburn Frank Geel&a, Goulburn Arthur Clarke, Goulburn Paul Burke, Jingamona Edward Chuchin, Braidwood Joseph Shipps, Little River Jack Feeha....

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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Luxurious Railway Travelling. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 10 April 1889

Luxurious Railway Travelling. An interesting and important experiment «*as recently tried on the London and North Western Railway. The company have re cently built some magnificent dining-saloons for tlie purpose of accommodating passengers between London and Manchester, Liverpool, aud Carlisle, The saloons, which are most sumptuous in their decorations, are 34ft. in length, and are connected by a gangway. Two cooks and four waiters travel by the train. The special, crowded with directors, left Euston at half-past 10 a.m., in charge of Mr. Webb, chief mechanical engineer. Lun cheon was served in passing Rugby, and the train ran to Crewe, arriving at 10 minutes to 2. After a stoppage of four miuutes ttie journey was continued to Manchester, which was reached 10 minutes before time. Tiie directors expressed themselves highly satis fied with the run, which had been accom plished in a few minutes over four hours. After less than two hours' stay the return journey to London commenced, an...

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Sad Fatality in a Factory. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 10 April 1889

? Sad Fatality iu a Factory. The following are the particulars of the iazil occurrence on Thursday ifteruoon at Messrs. Cameron and Sons' uew tobacco factory, in Cooper street, Surry Hills. Three men named William Arnold, Harry Terry, aud Frederick Heggett were working at a lift in risiug bales of tobacco. At 4.20 p.m. the engineer, George Smith, who was working on the premises found all three lying on the *irst floor of the Imildiug, close to- the edge of tbe ;ift-well, iu au insensible condition. They had ap ? i_t__ c .\\ ... . .T_i ? _ _P _» ? i rcfj ? -_.? ' . purcnuy lauen a uisiaucc ni uuuui ix-ii. Assis tance was at once obtained, and the matter repor ted to tbe police. An examination showed that in t'ie case of Arnold life was extinct, aud the body was accordingly removed to the Sout'i Syd.iey Morgue. The unfortuuate muu was only -it wan old, and liveil at No. S3, Phelps-street. 'flic other men were removed to the hospital, and admitted ior treatment. Terry was suffering fro...

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The Jewish Sabbath. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 10 April 1889

The Jewish Sabbath, The Jewish Sabbath seems likely to be transferred to the Christian Sunday iu the United States. Certain Israelites object to losing a day's business weekly by keeping the Sabbath in the old %ray, while their stricter co-believers liud that they connot affoid to maintain their religious traditions when the less punctilious Jews fall iuto Gentile ways, ana so aosoro we oaturaays in commercial transactions. Accordingly, the movement initiated some months ago to observe the Sabbath on Sunday, and thus reconcile reli gion and business, has spread far and wide throughout the States. The New York Churchman tells that the Jewish services are held in nearly all American cities ou Sunday morning, while the special service of the synagogue is said on the seventh day to a handful who still adhere to the old forms of Israel.

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