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scraps. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 17 April 1889

% Serous. America has 3000 women doctors. New York has over 1800 paupers in her alinhouse. Lord Beaconsn'old hat was 6 j ; Lord Salis bury's is 8, Eleven hundred Japanese arrived at Hono lulu on a recent ship. An elephant said to be 300 years old re cently died al Bombay. It costs 25dol. fine or 30 days in gaol to sell boys cigarettes in Ohio. Government lyceums for girls is the latest idea in Greece. Twenty thousand Irish harvesters go to England and Scotland every Spring. The mob of idle and hungry working men in Rome numbers 10,000. Tii a Indian populution of the Dominion of Canada is stated at 124,589. Five great Powers in Europe maintain armies that aggregate 12,000,000 men. He that is much fluttered soon leurns to flatter himself. The great art of life is to play for much and stake little. Sleep is a generous robber ; it gives in strength what it takes in time. l?ar better is it to know everything of little than a little of everything. When either side grows warm with argu men...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Parliamentary. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 17 April 1889

Parliamentary. The interest in the proceedings of the Legislative Assembly ou Thursday appeared to have somewhat abated, if the attendance of lion, members may be taken as a criterion. The House got to business without delay. The 13 questions ou the paper were asked and answered, and as usual a few ques tious of which no notice had been given were put. The Land Act Amendment Bill was brought iu by Mr. McMillan, for Mr. Brunker, who was suffering from the effects of his accident, and read «, first time. The second reading is fixed for next Wednesday week, but if the financial debate is not concluded uy that time, the second reading may !-e postponed for a day or so. The Newcastle Pas turage Reserve Bill and the Newcastle Harbour Improvements Bill were each read the third time, being taken as formal motions; but an objeetion was taken to the formal reading of the Circular Quay Improvements Bill, eo it had to wait until smother stage. On the motion of Mr. Farnell, for Mr. Sutherland, t...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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An Extraordinary Confession of Murder. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 17 April 1889

An Extraordinary Confession or Murder. Some days ago a man lying dangerously ill in a village near Carlsbad confessed to n priest that he had recently committed murder in the woods near Meyerling, the seene of the catastrophe in the Imperial family of Austria The father confessor had no difficulty in in ducing the apparently penitent man to re peat his statement before a judicial commis sion, wimruupuu tne suspect; was ai once re moved to the hospital at Carlsbad. The af fair caused a great sensation, nnd the wildest rumours were set afloat, connecting it with the death of the Crown Prince Rudolph. It is now said that the statement hns been proved to be devoid of any foundation, and that the alleged murderer, who in a dying state, has already confessed that he told an untruth for the mere purpose of spending the lost days of his life in more comfortable quarters at Carlsbad.

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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Mr. Dillon, M.P., on Ireland. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 17 April 1889

Sir. JDillou, M.P., ou Ireland. Adelaide, Saturday— One of the largest, most cuthusia&tic and thoroughly representative audien ces that has ever met in Adelaide assembled in the Town Hall on Friday night to hear Mr. John John Dillon, M.P., make his opening speech in Australia on the Irish question. Sir. Dillon, Sir Thomas Esmond and Mr. Deasy were accompanied on the platform by Archbishop Reynolds, their appearance being the signal for uproarious cheering, which lasted several minutes, the whole audience rising and waving handkerchiefs aud throwiug up huts. Mr. Dilloii commenced bis i-emarks by des cribing the state of Ireland at the present time, aud the condition to which that country has been reduced through the pernicious system of Castle rule. He denounced in treuchcut terms the men who had disseminated seeds of dissension by intro ducing the question of religion into the great poli tical struggle. The presence of police, he said, was not to maintain order, but to creat...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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An Opium-Den in Paris. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 17 April 1889

An 0»ium-Den iu Paris. Opium-dens are common enough in the East-end of London ; but few establishments o£ the kind, exists iu Paris, although some 'Bohemian' artists in Moutmartre tried lately to found a society of 'hashish' con sumers, who were really opium-eaters. It has been reserved, however (the Daily Tele graphs correspondent says) tor an enterpri sing Japanese to 'run' a fully appointed opium-den iu Paris. He opened liis establish ment in the rcx-de-chaussee, or 'ground-floor,' of a block of buildings in the Avenue de la Grade-Armee, and the den Mras beautifully decorated with Oriental carpets, tapestry, ottomans, and lounges, with little squat deit.5-?5 an ' idols presiding over all, Hither - ? 'ozeiis of the landlord's countrymen ii. J liuese, of whom there is not an incon siderable colony in Paris. Tlie almond-eyed Orietals werethoroughlysatisfied a-id sinok ed and gvagled every night until they were .is completely dazed as one of Pasteur's rabbits under the influence of t...

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[?] Royd and Walter Montgomery. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 17 April 1889

,.- Stoyd aud Waller Montgomery. i.3;iris correspondent of the London '?i'r.graph writes : — A report has just ? : ?. i jjjbhshecJ of the celebrated Belle Boyd Having been assasinated. This was the girl ?who became famous as a rebel spy in the Southern Army, and galloped by night to Stonewall .Taekson t« tell him what, sli« !riin»T of the Federal movements. On one parti cular dariug expedition she was caught and. sent a prisoner to Washington, where she captivated the Northerners quite as much as she had done the Southerners. A romantic beauty who rides mustangs and draws six sliooters from her belt is always fascinating. It turns out that the Belle who met wit)) death on February 4 on the Chock taw side of Enfanta was not Belle Boyd, who still lives hi Pennsylvania, but a certain maraud ing backwoods woman named Belle Starr. Her husband, with an Indian contingent, is ou the track of the murderers, who probably % this time will be strung up to the branch of a maple tree and riddled ...

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The Goulburn Assizes. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 17 April 1889

The Goultmrn Assizes The Assizes were held iu Goulburu on Momlay, before Judge Foster. James Cronan was charged with breaking into the house of Henry White at Bungcndore, aud stealing property therefrom. Prisoner who pleadca guilty was sentenced to the minimum pen alty of two years hard labour, on account of his youth. Joseph aud William Watson were charged with stealing at Uriarra ou the 6th March a horse be longing to Johti McDonald and a mare belonging to Hugh Andrews. They were also charged with stealing at the same time aud place a saddle two bridles, aud a whip belonging to John McDonald. Prisoners pleaded|j»uilty to both charges and were each sentenced to nve years penal servitude. Frank Johnson was found guilty of stealing a horse at Ooulburn bclongiug to Robert Fenwick, and let off with six mouths imprisonment on ac count of his being of weak intellect, and the man ner in which the horse was taken, snowing it to be the act of a fool. Mary Siullins was charged with murder at...

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Select Poetry. I'LL MARRY NONE BUT JIM. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 17 April 1889

. Select Poetry. ... , . . ? 4 ? 1'IL MARKY NONE BUT JIM. Say what you please of other men, Their virtues recommend, There's many a one among the throng Might please me as liis friend *' But if they spught to win my heart Their chances would bo lint slim, : For I have made a solemn von To marry none but Jim. I'll marry none but Jim, For I've pledged my word to him, ; - And my cup of happiness is full, And sparkling to the brim. I know he has a tender heart ; I know lie's good and true ; And mnuy a brave, heroic deed I've proudly seen him do ; And though, compared with some I know, His purse is rather dim, In spile of that, I still declare lit marry none but Jiin. I'll many none but Jim, For poverty with him Will sweeter be than wealth with one Whose gold will soon grow dim. Why, Jim aud I were Kttle tots Together, you must know ; And as a girl I never cared For any other beau ; i ~ if any sorrow touched his heart The tears my eyes would dim, Aud I would most unhappj' be If I didn't ...

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FREE OR FAIR TRADE, WHICH IS MOST SUITABLE TO THE COUNTRY AT PRESENT? [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 17 April 1889

FREE OH FAIR TRADE, WHICH IS MOST SCIIAI1I.E TO TIM COCKTRV AT WIE5EXT ? (15y Pater Familias.) The Freetrade party kave proved logically to their own satisfaction thousands of times iu the city press and also iu all the country papers which they subsidise that it is better for us to pay JOs. for a pair of blankets to the tuamifacturera of other countries than to manufacture them ourselves at a cost of 12s. Od. Of course on paper it looks per fectlv scmuil m nnneinlo. because to a *it-iit.n.in pv tent it is sound theoreticallv, but unfortunately for their argument it is riucriC'ALLV uusound'. Their Freetrade mania pushed to the extent that has beeu is now proviug iueoutestably that the time is coming when a very large number of our rapidly-iuureasmg population tvill not be able to purchase a blanket if they could get it for a shil ling, much less teu. Of course if we had other in dustries to fall back on of a more profitable nature to put our children to, then by all means have the c...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 17 April 1889

Australian Mutual Provident Society. For Life Assurance on the Mutual Principle. Established 1S49. HEAD OFFICE : 87 PITT-STREET, SVDXEV. Directors : J. P. ABBOTT, Esq., M.P., Chairman. JAMES R. HILL, Esq., Deputy -chairman. 3. T. WALKER, Esq. JOHN ARTHOR, Esq. JOHN LITTLKJOHN, Esq. JAMES THOMPSON, Esq. ROBERT J. KING, Esq. Chief Medical Officer : JAS. C. COX, M.». Actuary : MORRICE A. BLACK, L.A. .Secretary : K1CHARD TEECE, E.'L.A. Tliie .Society is the ouly Australian Life Ofiice which declares a BONUS EVERY YEAR. Tlie PRINCIPAL SOURCES OF PROFIT me the high rate of interest obtained on the accumu lated I umls ; t lie- small percentage that the expenses of management bear to the annual income ; and tlie extremely favourable rate of mortality which con tinues to be experienced. MEMBERS MAY BORROW ou tli»ir Policies to the extent of 90 per cent of the Surrender Value. Policies are not forfeited so long as the Surrender Value is sufficient to pay one Premium. BONUSES VEST after Polici...

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Weekly Calendar. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 17 April 1889

Weekly Calendar. *. nv. w i Days of Sun Sun Moons Baysofthe^cck Month. Rises Set*. Age Wedxesiuy ? April 17 0 25 5 31 18 Thubsday ? „ 38 6 26 S 32 19 Friday ? „ 19 6 27 5 31 20 Satctbday ? „ 20 0 27 5 30 2! Sunday ? , 21 0 28 5 29 22 Monday ? 22 6 28 5 23 23 Tuesday ? 23 6 30 5 27 24 moon's phase. Moon's last quarter, April 23, at 0.1 a.m.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 17 April 1889

W. J. CHAPMAN, Stock and Station Agent, Auctioneer & Valuator, AUCTION MAET, BEAIDWOOD. first-class Paddocks, splendidly grossed ami jmr tnaneutly watered, one mile from Sale Yards. *3T Advances mode upon Stock for Sale. O'HEIRANLMUNDY, IIKDEIULTAKERS, Wallace-Street ISraidwood. O'HEIR *nd MUNDY having completed their new aud handsome HEARSE, arc now pre pared to conduct Funerals on the most liberal terms, GBATEFUL-COMFOBTINa eppseTcocoa. BREAKFAST. T)Y a thorough knowledge of the natural laws XJ which govern the operation of digestion and nutrition, and by a careful application of the line properties of well-selected cocoa, -fr. E»ps has pro vided our breakfast tables with a delicately flavoured beverage -which may save us many heavy doctors hills. It is by the judicious uso of such articles of diet that a constitution may be gradually built up until strong enough to resist evei-y tendency to disease. Hundreds of subtle maladies are floating around us ready to attack wherev...

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 17 April 1889

LOCAL NEWS. ? » ? The~Foxmwb Road.— Sir. Ryrie lias receive J the following official letter from the Roads Depart ment in reply to his representations for a sum of money being spent ou the Foxlowe Road, which he has kindly forwarded us for publication: — 'Dc- partmeutof Public AVorks, Sydney, 11th April, 1889. Sir,— Referring to the petition of the resi dents, presented by you on the 6th ultimo, asking that a sum of money may be placed upon the Esti mates to provide for the repair of the Foxlowe Road from the 12-inile post to its juuetion with the ?a™ a tr. TTnrnU'a OnssiinrT T urn directed to inform you that the Secretary for Public Works has ap proved of an amount, for expenditure thereon being uoted for consideration when the Road votes for tue current year are being expended. I have the honor to be, Sir, your obedient Servant, W. Babukg, Undersecretary.' Ikqcesi at Obakmeae.— In reference to the death of Mrs. Warreu, mentioned in our last issue the Coroner proceeded to Oranmear ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 17 April 1889

DIED. At Jier residence, Willow Glen, on the Hth April, \Maby, tlie beloved wife of Ojwiwje Bassi.no TmTAlGirrE, aged SI years, leaving a fond family te mourn tlxeir irreparable loss. Be loved by all who knew her. The Braidwood Dispatch. Slrenud el ProsjierJ. WEDNESDAY', APRIL 17, 1880.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 17 April 1889

IN ME91ORIAM. Thomas Cook, who was killed at Captais's Flat, Nov 20th, 1888. Yes ! he lias breasted now the mighty wave— Cut down by death, whilst only in his prime — And sought tbe quiet of the silent grave, E'er man's allotted time. And I have known him through the changing years, In manhood's prime ancWn Iiib boyhood's day, And shared iiis sonws in this vale of tears, And now, oh fate ! his life hath passed away. Ah ! cruel was the stroke that laid liini low And in his sins placed him beneath tlie sod. Bowed down his friends amidst a world of woe, And sent him unprepared to meet bis God. And thou, O.nian, with kindred erring ways, Too prone, alas ! hie blemishes to tell, Oil ! pause a while to speak a word of praise And dwell upon his deeds us well. For He who died to save the souls of men A precept gave that dare not be contemned, The warning words re-echoed now again, 'Condemn not thou, that thou be not condemned.' And we cau all a kindly word afford, For who can tell how soon ...

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LONDON. MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 17 April 1889

LONDON. Monday. The reform of the Comptoir De Escompte De Paris is announced with a capital of 40,000,000 francs. A Berlin syndicate intend to start a Ger man Bank in Sydney. The French Senate lias voted 1,000,000 francs towards the fetes in connection with the Paris Exhibition. A rising has occurred amongst the uegros at Demerava. The disturbances extended over four days, and the shops of the Portu guese were looted. A Portuguese manof war arrived and order was restored. Many arrests have been made. General Boulanger is charged with seducing military officers from their allegiance and embezzling funds while minister for war and also for making a sedicious speech over President Carnott's election. The judical Committee appointed by the Senate, will examine J10,000 documents, newspaper articles, visiting cards and Boulaugist songs. Latee. A dreadful tragedy has occurred in Texas, America, where an Englishman named King with his wife and six children have been brutally murdered. Anoth...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 17 April 1889

Acknowledgment. I HEREBY tender my SINCERE THANKS to DR. CUMMINGSforthe kind atteutiou he paid to my child ; also to the MATRON ami WARDEN of the Braidwood Hospital for their ' kindness to her while under their care. WILLIAM LAURIE. Majors Creek, April 17tU. 1889. Notice. THE undersigned begs to THANK tlie inhabi tants of Hraidwood and District, for tbeir kind patronage during the time he has been in Business, and begs to announce that he has DIS POSED OF HIS BUSINESS TO Me. E. LEMAN, whom lie can rocommend to the public as a thoroughly qualified Chemist, aiid fully deserving of their support. Mb. Lemas has kindly consented to receive all OUTSTANDING ACCOUNTS for me up to the 1st of April instant, S. XT. CLAPHAM. April 16th, 1S89. Department of Mines, Syducy, 9th April, 1880. Notice to Applicants for Mineral Leases. ?V) OTICF is hereby given 'that unless the Lessees _i\ execute aud take delivery of the uudei men tioned Mineral Leases within thirty days from this date they will be vo...

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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 17 April 1889

GENERAL NEWS. V ? . ? Au uutlliic uf uue amcnaiiig laua lull iuUuduccd in the New South Wales Assembly by Mr. lirunkier minister for lauds, has beeu cabled to London, anil has been favourably received. H.M. ships Orlando, Lizard, and Raven arrived in Sydney Harbour on Monday morning. On arrival, ihe Orlando's crew manned the yards anil gave three hearty cheers for the Calliope, the band playing Hearts of Oak. The Calliope in return acknowledged the compliment by manning the yards. News by way of Auckland states that a great file has occurred at Levukain Fiji. The fire broke out on the 6th instant, and destroyed a great p.ot of the towu. The building of the bank of New Zealand aud the New Zealand Loan and Mer cantile Agency were totally destroyed, aud were also the premises of Cave, Morgau, Solomou, and several other husiues people and merchants. The damage done is estimated at £40,000. At the stock sales at the Moruya Show, Mr. Keating disposed of his three stallions at moderate pri...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 17 April 1889

Xbbroqrn is firm favourite for tlie Sydney Cup at 4 to 1, Loohicl, Carbine, Australian Peer and Lonsdule nt 10 to 1, and Ycomau and Muutbu at 100 to 7. At yesterday's wool sales a small catalogue was oflei-cd and competition was animated, G;«asy reached 8id and Bcoure^ 15id. A well-known selector nan»ed Howavd, re siding iu the !/-gan district, Queensland, has coinhntted suicide by cutting Ins tlnoat with ii pocket knife. ' ??-???? 7.40 p.m. Theltct6h Maggie Taylor foundered in CarnSeri Haven tliis morning. l?our lives were lost including Mrs. Lloyd and her son nnd Robert Hogg, who were passengers, and McLean, the cook. A woman named Grant, living in Elizabeth street committed suicide this morning by taking ' Rough on Rate.' Steady rain lias set in, with every appear ance bi continuing. ?Ine ivoyni \jQiuminsiim jiujuuj mw wn: Felion. flppointmo«t concludes the examina tion of witnesses during the present week. The Minister for Lands is still unable to attend to iiis official duties....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 17 April 1889

FREE TRADE STORES. ttoffl I & U. AND GOODS FOR EVERY DEPARTMENT. COMPRISING— Drapery and Millinery Ladies'and Children's Soots and Shoes. Grocery Ironmoasrerv Crockery Glassware Fancy Goods, &c. In the Drapery mid Millinery of all kinds we have the BEST AND CHEAPEST ASSORTMENT Ever seen in Braidwood For some time past. In Grocery and Teas We have now A FULL AND COMPLETE STOCK, And the prices will compare favorably with any in the District. Only Best Brands Kept, all New and Fresh. OUR TEAS ARE A SPECIALITY .' WE HAV£ IS IRONMONGERY, CROCKERY, GLASS WARE, FANCY GOODS AND STATIONERY. tS' Patterns of everything sent post free. An Early inspection is respectfully invited. Jas. McDonald. THE ANNUAL REUNION IS AID OF TliE Sacred Heart Convent, Braid wood, Will be held in the LITERARY INSTITUTE — o.v— Easter Monday Night. Musicians: Messrs. HIGGINS & MARTIN. Refreshments provided as usual. C. O'LOUGHLIK, Secretary. The Welcome Hotel, NIMBY NIMBLE, (Braidwood and Ner...

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