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AGE AND SONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 13 April 1889

-'?' ' Tk«E kH» SO3V«. Iu vain men tell us time cau alter Old loves or make old memories iadc ; Xlintwitli the old year the old year's life closes, ' The old dew still falls ou tlic old sweet flowers, The old sun revives the new fledged hours, The old summer seara tlie new-born roses. Much more \ innuc that bears upon her Raiment and wreath uml flower of honor, i ; pivthpred long siuoe us long siuce woven, lrndes not or fiute as falls lliu vernal BloBsoms that bear. 310 fruit eternal, By summer or xyin'Ur clmrr'd or cloven. , No timp casts dowu, uo time upraises . Such Ipvos, BUah uiemoiiea and such praises. As wood no grace of sun or shower, No saving screen from frost or thunder. To tend tuid house around and under Ths imperishable nnd pecrlrs -. flowers. Old thanks, old thoughts, old uspirations, Outlive men's lives and lives of nations, Dead, Init for one thing which survives — Tlic inalienable mid nnpneed truawiru, Tlie old joy of jiower, the old juido of pleasure, That lives i...

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 — 13 April 1889

Australian Mutual Provident Society. For Life Assurance on the Mutual Priiiciple. Established 1849. HEAD OFFICE : 87 PITT-STREET, SYDNEY. Directors : J. P. AHBOTT, Esq., M.P., Chiiirmaii. JAMES li. HILL, Ksq., Deputy-chairman. J. T. WALKER, Esq. JOHN ARTHUR, Ksq. JOHN UTTLEJOHK, Esq. JAME.S THOMPSON. Esq. ROBERT,!. KING, Esq. Chief Medical Oilieur : JAS. C COX, M.D. Actuary : MORUICE A. BLACK, L.A. Secretary : RICHARD TEECE, E.L.A. This Society is the oulv Australian Life Ollice ?nliicli flceluies a ISONCS EVERY VKA1S. The PRINCIPAL SOURCES OF PROFIT are— the high rate of interest obtained on the a«mnu lateil funds ; the small percentage that the expenses of management bear to the annuul income ; ami the extremely favourable rate of mortality which ton tin ucs io be experienced. MEMBERS MAY BORROW on th«ir Policies to the cxtcut of 90 per cent of the .Siuicuder Vulue. Policies arc uot forfeited bo long as the Surrender Value is sufficient to pay one Premium. BONUSES VEST after Polic...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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"Auld Robin Gray." [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 13 April 1889

'Auld Robin Way.' ' Violet Fane ' writes to St. Jaw:n's Gn zeU-- ? — Probably few persons now living know anything of the germ whence the ballad of ' Auld Robin Gray' really sprang. Those who were associated with it have been dead more than half a century, and my knowledge has only come to me through the reading 01 unpublished letthrs. Possibly some account of it Jimy be of interest to the many admirers of Lady Anne's poems, and at this distance of time there is uo reason for suppressing names. About ,1 your before the ballad was composed Mr. James Bland Burgos ('Jamie') — afterwurds Sir James Burgos-Lamb fell in love with Lady Margaret Lindsay, daughter of the fifth earl of Crawford and Balc.irres. Difliculties connected with money combined, with the youth of the parties, to prevent their union, tmd Lady Margaret inarrk'd soon afterwards Sir. Alex. Fordyce, a very wealthy but somewhat elderly gentleman -' Awld Robiu Gray '). Lady Anne Lindsay, the author of the poem -who married, s...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A TALE OF LOVELY WOMAN [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 13 April 1889

A TALE OF LOVELY WOMAN. - — , — , — ^ ? Desireo tuiTis at tlie sound of Jtis voit-o. ' You 1' she exclaims : nnd then, cntcliing slight of Lena slniiikiug behind her brother she steps forward -with a smile. 'Wo you are Lena?' ' Y-e-s' — dubiously. ' And how is Nancy, and — and Doby ? You see I know you all by name. All, your are lost in wonderment at jnv magic ! Do you think I look anything like a wicked fairy ?' ' No ; they .-ire alwaj-s ugly,' replies the girl bluntly. * ' And you are the reverse,' puts in Wolfe maliciously. Desiree turns sharply upon him. 'Bid you imagine that I was fishing fora compliment?' Lena looks from one to the oilier with considerable astonishment, and wonders what Wolfe lias said to rex Miss Heath. Ameri cans anust be a queer lot. she tliinks ; Bob was right after all. 'I hope we shall be good friends,' says Desiree to tlie girl. ' Do you think you can overlook my — my ? There — never mind ; I shall not finish my sentence ! Are you going already? Good ni...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Easter Handicap. Handicaps [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 13 April 1889

Easter Handicap. Hakdicaps VDS. Christian, Roland (a) Narandera ? ... 3 Sharpe, Charles, Braidwood ? ... 4 O'Donnell, James, Goulburn ... ' ? 5 Mulligan, Johu, Braidwood ? ... 0 Russell, C. W., Goulbum ? C Clarke, A., Goulbum ? 6 Walker, Johu, Bungoudore ? 8 Mullius, George E., Aralueu ? ... 8 O'Doi'uell, Win., Bungendore ? ... 9 M'Namara, George, Goulbum ? 9 Sharpe, W. R., Braidwood ? 10 Stewart, William, Captain's Flat ? 10 Dunn, Thomas, Captain's Flat ? ... 11 Feehim, Johu, Jembaieunibeiie ? 11 Campbell, W. H., Braidwood ? 11 Gallagher, Dan, Bungcudore ? 12 Muudy, Peter, Bvaidwood ? 12 Geelau, Frank, Goulhurn ? 12 Stewart, George, Braidwood ? 13 MuUms, J, A., Aralueu ? 13 Rixon, T. C, Nelligen ? )3 Chuchin, E., Braidwood ? 14 Hughes, E., Braidwood ? 14 Collins, E. (a) Kj-awarrec ? 14 Lewis, Win., Braidwood ? 18 Shipp, Jbscpu, Little River ? ... 20 Burke, Paul, Giugamonna ? 22 Styles, Joliu, Braidwood ... ? 22 15olaud, George, JJiaiiiwood ? 22 Doyle, Joe, Braidwood ? 22 Acceptance...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OUR TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, 12.5 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 13 April 1889

OUR TELEGRAMS. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT). SYDNEY, 12.5 A.M. At the Homebush stock sales yesterday 870 cattle were yarded mid prime were firmer ; best bullocks brought LiO li/2, au'l others from L6 3/2. 18,540 sheep were pcimcd mid good sheep were Cnn, but inferior wore easier, best merinos bringing 10/- and others from (i/. lu the Assembly last night the Land Hill was ? read a lirst time, it consists ol mty-two ciauses, ? soineof the leading features being the establishment ? of a Central Land Court practically independent ? of Ministerial control, consisting of three members, ? for consideration of all appeals, their decision being I final, and binding upon the ministers and the parties ? concerned. The out-going tenant to be entitled to I claim compensation from the incoming tenant for I bana fide improvements of tbe value jippraised by I the Laud Board. The pastoral and homestead I lessees in the Western division shall have an entirely I new term of twenty-one years and fixed ...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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Parliamentary. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 13 April 1889

Parliamentary. There was a fairly good attenduuee of members in the Legislative Assembly on Tuesday. Leave of absence for the remainder of the session was given to messrs. C. A. Goodchap and John See Mi'. Burns, having obtained leave, brought in a bill to amend the Electoral Act, and it was read the first time. Mr. Hurley's motion, that uo payment be linade to the members of the Casual Labour Board without the sanction of that House, was agreed to. Mr. Tonkin moved a motion in favour of the removal of the duties ou timber, which was negatived by CO to (i, Mr. Tonkin himself voting against it. A resolution in the name of Fitzgerald for the production of papers relating to a road from Rouchel to Scone, was moved by Mr. J. P. Abbott and agreed to. Mr. Barbour moved — ' That it is advisable not to prolong the sitting after 1 1 o'clock at night, and that no fresh business be taken after thatliour.' The motion was carried, after discus sion, by 48 to 25. Mr. Waddell moved in the Legislati...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CABLE MESSAGES. LONDON, APRIL. 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 13 April 1889

GABLE MESSAGES. (From the Sydney Papers.) LOJTDON.AwiaS. Terrible prairie fires are raging in the tenitoryof I Dakotah, United States. Numerous casualties are 1 reported, and many families have been rendered 1 homeless. I The route along a railroad was enveloped in the I conflagration, when, a railway train entered tlie 1 Illll'llilKT 1~l-VIM-in '1,1,1 nll.]at«.ni,iw,l *n ...... _1._-^ 9 of tne blaze. I Failing this the engine-driver tried to return, but I the line behind was destroyed by the fire. 1 Finding it impossible to return, and although {he 1 conflagration was raging in front, the engine-driver I resolved to dash through the fire ahead. 1 The scene was a wild one, the passengers bang | frantic throughout the terrible ordeal. 1 The train succeeded at length iu clearing the flames, but it was partially destroyed. i The passengers escaped, not a single fatality oc curring. . 1 Messages from America report severe storms ia j Maryland and Virginia. Numerous wrecks have J occurre...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Unemployed [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 13 April 1889

The Unemployed A deputation from the unemployed waited upon l)is Excellency the Governor at Government House on Tuesday afternoon for the purpose of urging that works of a reproductive character should be undertaken to give employment to men who were uow out of work. The deputation was accompan ied as far as the Government House !-y several hundred men, presumably unemployed, who lounged about in front of the Colonial Secretary s othec until their colleagues returned. Tho deputation presen ted to the Governor a statement pointing out that what they desired was not Government charity, or that unprofitable relief works should be established, but that the State should undertake work of a re productive character, sucli as reclamation or irri gation, to be carried out under trusts, the value of the laud so reclaimed or made fertile to i-epay the St&tc for the first outlaj', and thus provide a per maucnt revenue for works of a like character. Lord Carrington, iu reply, said he had...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LONDON. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 13 April 1889

LONDON. Thursday. Eugland, Germany, and America has mutually agreed to each send only one warship to Samoa pending the sitting of the Berlin conference. Russia is massing troops on the Austrian fron I At a dinner at the institute for uaval areiteets || Lord Hamilton responding to the wast of the Nary 9 alluded to narrow escape experienced by the Cal W Hope at Samoa. He said the courage and skill ilis I played under the trying circumstaces in which the I men were placed M-cre not rare in the navy aud the j present occasion did not merit any speuial recogui I tion.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 13 April 1889

Uorsford's Acid Phosphate Makes Dklioioi'S Lemonade. A tcaspoouful added to a glass of hot or cold water, and svreeteiicd to the taste, will be found refreshing and invigorating.

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 — 13 April 1889

P. aad A. Society Brai&'WOOtL To Storekeepers and others. ALL ACCOUNTS due by the above Society must be in ou or before WEDNESDAY NEXT, the 17th iust., to GEO. FKED TAYLOR, Secretary. ; Braidwood, 12th April, 1889. : Funeral. THE Friends of the lute Mrs. JAMES WAR REN are respectfully invited to attend her FUNERAL, to move from the residence of her father (Mr. H. Hinchcliffc) to the Major's Creek Cemetery at 3 p.m. TO-MORROW (Sunday). Odd i, fellows specially invited. § ? . WALTER LEWIS, , Undertaker. %? HAVING BOUGHT Several Lot6 of the Prize Butter and Cheese We have it now » Por SaJ.e?. Butter, Fresh aud in Kegs, Cheese, Small aud Large GRACIE AND NEVILLE, Central Stores, BEAIDWOOD. Photos! Photos! f G. H, NICHOLAS, * THE POPULAR PHOTOGRAPHER f \VfWL, BE IN BRAIDWOOD in a few days V V for a short stay, nnd trusts that old friends will rally round him as of yore. Ladies', Maids' and Girls' ULSTERS. A CHOICE LOT. NOW OPENING, Australian Stores y FREE TRADE STORES. Autumn I ...

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 — 13 April 1889

G-ENERAL NEWS. The Earl of Onslow says that leading men iu England are beginning to look upon colonial Governorships as providing .in excellent training grouud between the lower and higher political otlices in the Empire — t'aat a inau should begin his poiical life in England, continue it for a time in the colonies, aud finish it at home. Duiiug his speech ou the motion to abolish the* butter duties. Mr. J. P. Abbott said it was to the discredit oi the farmers that iu every part of the country they were the most slovenly class of fanners in the Australian group, so far as he kuew. There were very few fanners in this country who made the earth yield what it was capable of yield ing. Among reeeut camera achievements is a portrait copy taken by the light of a Cuban lire-fly iu thirty seconds, aud a photograph of the Aurora Borealis. To obtain the lutter had been declared an utter impossibility. llollowuys Pills and Ointment, — Dyspepsia, Jaundice. — These complaints are the results of ...

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 — 13 April 1889

Weekly Calendar. « ,,,,,,. i Days of Snn I Sun Moons »»y«»ftlu^Wk M/nth Riecs|ScU. Age. WE»»B9DAr ? April 10 ti 20 S 43 11 Thursday ? „ H 6 21 5 41 12 Friday ? , 12 6 21 5 40 13 (8*TDH»*Y ? „ 33 -i 2-2 i 5 38 14 Bvav/iY ? „ 14 0 23 | 5 37 15 Monday ? , 15 0 24 | 5 3G 10 C««sday ? , 10 C 24 j 5 35 1' moon's phase. Full Moon April 10, at 8.23 a.m. The Braidwood Dispatch. Stremid et Prosper*!. SATURDAY, APRIL J3, 1889.

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 — 13 April 1889

I W. J. CHAPMAN, ? Stock and Station Ager I Auctioneer & Valuator, I AUCTION MA11T, I BEAIDWOOD. B* First-class Paddocks, uplondiilly grassed nml |i H mauciitly watered, one milu Irani Salu Yards. ? tar Advances made upon Stock for Sale. I 1/5ISEKKTAKEKS, J Wallace-Street SSraidwooil. O'HEIR and MUXDY having completed th- new and handsome HEARSE, arc now pi ?- pared to conduct ft'iutcrals ob the mo I liberal terms. I GRATEFUL— COJitfORTIXU. I EPPSS~COCOA. I . . BRfiAKFA H T. I ' I -V a thorough knowledge of the nntmv.l lav I .O which govern the operation of digestion av I nutrition, ami T-y a careful application of the fir I properties of well-selected cocoa, Mr. Kpps has pn I A-idcil our breakfast tables with a delicate! I flavoured beverage which may save us many Iioav I doctors bills. It is by the judicious use of sue I articles of diet that u constitution may be gradual! I built up until strung enough to resist ever I t«ndcncy to disease. Hundreds of nubile maladic I are...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LOCAL NEWS. The Braidwood Show. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 13 April 1889

LOCAL NEWS. The Braidwood Show. The annual Show of the Braidwood Pas toral Agricultural and Horticultural Society was held in the society's ground on the Goulburn Road on Thursday last. The day was fine, a nice gentle breeze making the air coot and pleasant, and the rain which re cehtly__fell freshening everything up and givingj^an extra touch of loveliness to Autumn s maturer charms. As tne arougut in the early part of the summer proved so disastrous to the crops aud to vegetation generally and there appeared very little pros pect of any improvement in the season until ilie welcome rains in the latter part of Decem ber, the idea of holding a show this year was entirely abandoned and a resolution to that effect was carried at a general meeting of the society. But after the general and timely tains which fell in sufficient quantity to give new life to every tiling, another meeting of the Society was called early in January at which it. was decided, though not unanimously, to alter th...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Dinner. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 13 April 1889

The Dinner. The Judges were entertained at dinner in the evening at the Albion Hotel, There were about forty present. The table was sumptuously laid, the spread was all that could lie desired. The Presi dent Mr, E. M. Royds occupied the chair, and Mr. W. J. Chapman was in the vice-chair. After the usual loval toasts had been cot throuch. Mr. Graham of Lake George, proposed the Ste wards aud in doing so spoke in laudatory terms of the manner in which the Show had been conducted, the Show itself beiug a credit to the district The President and Mr. C. H. Roberts responded. Mi1. Joliu WiiUace proposed tlio health of the Judges, who, lie said, li.i-! given great satisfaction. Mr. Anderson of Bergalia, responded. He was highly pleased with the Show. The Exhibits were of a character equal, if not superior to nuy he had seen in the Coast Districts. Mi*. Graham and Mr. John Hylaud also respon ded, the former gentleman saying Braidwood was as pleasant a spot as could be found auy where, aud w...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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How A Young Woman was left a Fortune. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 17 April 1889

Hom A Youiif! Woman was left a Fortune. Some time ago a wealthy man died in Brussels leaving nearly his entire fortune to a young woman entirely unacquainted with him. Tlie American Art Printer explains that this is how it came to pass : — 'He was a very eccentric man, and set out like Diogenes, in search of an honest man. His tub was an omnibus and his lantern a small coin. In the omnibus he took his seat every day near the cotiductor, and always showed himself very obliging in passing up the money of passengers and returning the change, but to the latter he always managed to add a franc or half-franc. Then !ie would watch those to whom it came. They would count it carefully, notice the extra coin and invari slip it into their pockets. No one thought of the poor conductor, whose meagre salaiy of three fanes a day could ill support such a loss. But at last a young woman passed hers back with — 'Conductor, you have given me half a franc too much.' Diogenes, de lighted, followed her h...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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The Speech of the Future. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 17 April 1889

The Speech of the Future. Professor Archibald (says the Standard) delivered an interesting lecture in the Princes Hall, Piccadilly, on 16th February, on Edi son's latest phonograph. Ife explained the principles of sound upon which the phono graph worked, and stated that messages once recorded from the voice on the wax cylinder nf fclip ai'mni'.i.t.iiK rnnlri hft Vfinrndiifipd in sound 7000 times. On the cylinder of the former instrument only 30 messages could be recorded. Mr. Edison had invented a form of phonogram that, after receiving a message, could be folded aud posted like a letter ; and on reaching the person, for whom it was in tended, it could be put upon a cylinder and made to reproduce the message exactly in the voice of the person who sent it. The lec turer predicted that before long phono graphic aparatus would be provided at rail way stations and public places of i'esort, 'where messages could be produced and re produced on these 'mailing grams,' as he called them, wli...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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Rush for Bunrmah Rubies. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 17 April 1889

Rush for Burmnh Rubies. The London Datiy News of February 28 reports : — ' Burraah ruby shares after rising to 3f prem. have fallen to 23 prem. Some of the favored applicants had to be hauled up and introduced through a first-floor win dow. Another time, it is suggested, a fire cscfipc would be useful ; but the matter is really beyond a joke, for a boy is reported to have been seriously maimed in the crush. Messrs. Rothschild caused 48 policemen mid an inspector to be telegraphed for, but it was not until nearly 1 p.m. that the lnne was clear for passengers. The following is a re port from an eye-witness of the scene yester day, when applications were lodged. People begivn to assemble outside Messrs. Roths child's a few minutes after 8 this morning, and the crowd continued to increase until at 10 o'clock there were upwards of 5,000 people waiting outside the entrance in St. Swithin's-lane. At this hour tlie list was opened, and so great was crush that the plate glass front of a shop...

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