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CABLE MESSAGES. LONDON, APRIL 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 17 April 1889

CABLE MESSAGES. ? v ? (From the Sydney Papers.) LONDON, ArntL 11. Mr. Racli, who has charge of the wine exhibits of South Australia at the Paris Exhibition, complains that he has been unable to obtain oue-third of the space of the Australian wine kiosk, as promised, and that the Executive Commissioner for Victoria proposes to charge double the amount for a glass of wine that is to hu charged by South Australia. Mr, Balfour has virtually admitted that the Jlarquis of Londonderry will retire iu the autumn ll om vim vmuu ui ljoru ljiuuumtLUb ui ircumu. Mr. R. Speight, chairman of the Victorian Rail way Commissioners, sails for America, en route for Australia, on the 23rd instant. He hopes to em bark at Sau Francisco ou June 6. Mr. Speight is making a study of the various refrigerating systems iu England, aud will make inquiries upon the -jues. tion of freights in Ameriua. With regard to the result ofhis visit to England, Mr. Speight states that he has seen nothing new in the English ra...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OUR TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, 12, p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 17 April 1889

OUR TELEGRAMS. ? T (FROM OCU OWN COBUESPOK»EST), SYDNEY, 12, p.»r. At the Homebush stock sales yesterday 650 cattle were yarded and market was 15s. higher, best bullocks bringing £9 5 10 and others from £6 7 2. 13,117 sheep were penned and prime was dearer, best merinos fetching lGs. 4d. and others from 4s. 4d. '' me uoveruor entertained tlieiuembers of the Dibbs Ministry at . a banquet last night. ? : The Victorian Government have arranged for the establishment of a cartridge factory on the banks of the Salt Water Biver. Sir. Templeton, tho well known operatic singer, has committed suicide at Geelong by cutting liis throat. A departmental board lias been appointed to inquiry into the Juuee railway accir dent. A miner named Lawton, residing at West Port, New Zealand, murdered his wife while the latter was asleep by driving a pick into her skull. Lawton & believed to b.e jni sane. The settlement of the Hawkesbury meek ing was unsatisfactory, several prominent backers being mi...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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In Nervous Depression. USE [?] ACID PHOSPHATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 17 April 1889

III Xcrvous Depression. Use Hoesi-oed's Acid Puosi'uate. Db. D. W. Gwvxsr, M.R.C.S., and L.S.A., Neuadd Vacli, Pontardulais, South Wales, says : ' I have found it au excellent medicine in depressed conditions of the nervous system.'

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

Original Correspondence. [It must be distinctly understood that we do not hold ourselves responsible for the opinions ck ?. pressed by our *sorrospondqnts.] , . ' . Sih, — 111 your comments in to-day s issue on the recent Show, reference is made to the fulling off in the competitors for the best map, of Australia. As every effect has its cause I trust you will allow me space to refer to those in the present instance. Lost year six competitors entered the field, but the prize was carried off by a young lady oonsideralily over sixteen yearn. of age, who, on a protest being entered on tho ground of her not being o. bouafide scholar was found to have left school sonic _con sldcrahlc time before, and 'was therefore disqualified. This yew the competitoi'S wore narrowed to four, the successful candidates having each entered Iwo competitive maps, but it will be scarcely credited that the disqualified competitor of last year bobbed up as serenely as ever, tho extra year «f her age being more...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Terrible Railway Accident at [?]. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 17 April 1889

Terrible Railway Accident at Junee. A serious railway accident, attended with the loss of two lives, and entailing considerable damage to the rolling-stock and the permanent way, occurred near Junee on Sunday morning. A mixed goods and passenger train, which left Junee at 10.20 a.m., to run in conjunction with the down mail for Hay, when two miles from Junee ran into a mob of cattle. Twenty-one head of cattle were killed, and the engine, overturned by the mangled bodies, fell over the embankment on to its side. Both the driver and fireman were killed instantly, the fireman's body being buried under the tender. The train consisted of 10 goods waggons, a first and second class passenger carriage, aud the brake van. The whole train was derailed, and the axle of one of the goods waggons was broken. In the train there were two guards and some passengers, two of whom were slightly injured. Dr. Kavanagh was on the scene, and rendered all necessary assistance. The cattle must have got upon ...

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 — 20 April 1889

£50 Reward £50 ! frapp & deceit. in order to protect the people from being defrauded and cheated, the American Hop Bitters Company offers the above Reward for the arrest and conviction of -wy person or persons refilling the American Hop Bitters Company's bottles, and for selling any vile nostrum or compound as the genuine and original Dr. 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. I IXR. SOULE'S HMERiCflN HOP* BITTERS (A MEDICINE, NOT A DRINK*. CO*! 415b HOI'S, Hl'tlKJ. MAMIKAKK. UAMIUMUX. Axi- mi ri-BMT and niisi Meihcal Quautiu or ail otiikr DirrERB. T&L&Sr OTTIME! All Diseases ot the Stomach. Uowds, Blood, Uver, KldiiM-n and Urinary Oigun, Knvoumen, Sltspleis. ness, Female Coiuplaintti and Drunkenness. THOUSANDS UPON THOUSANDS!!! of testimonials of the roost wonderful curts, volun. Urily sent us, we do not publish them, as they do not make tlie cure. It is uur medic...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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Scraps. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 20 April 1889

Scraps. The Spanish find some difficulty in evinc ing tlieir loyality to their iufant Sovereign. When the wants of your Sovereign are con iined to a rattle and bread and milk, it is cer tainly difficult to indulge them on a scale of sufficient magnificence. But a wily monk discovered the other day au ingenious method of meeting the difficulties of the present while anticipating to some extent the needs of the future. He sent the little King a box of the choicest sigais grown in his monastrey, green and fresh-rolled, in such a condition that they will be just ready for consumption when the young monarch is ready to consume them. Patrons of Husbandry. — Wives. Called to Order.— The Waiter. A .Slow Match. — Four years of courtship. Tlie Softest County in Ireland. — The County Down. What is Thieving at the Outskirts?— Picking ladies' pockets. ' Doctor, -lo you think tight lacinj; is bad i'or consumption?'* 'Not at (ill. madam ; it is what consumption lives ou.': Tom Bigbec. — ' I say, U...

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 — 20 April 1889

LOCAL NEWS. Co.vliitio.val Lkasks.— Tlic .Secretary for Lands has approved of the reiitsof the following conditional leases iii tlie laud district of liruiilwood, giuiileil under the4ith clause of the clause of the Crown LauJsAct --! l)iS4, at the respective niU'n stated : — iuuuucui ..iiuy.iiet O'Oonnell, of Jiiillaiaiia, 4U acres, parish of Krawarice, county of Murray, at 3d per (lure ; James Ureeuwood, of Major's Creek, 50 acres, parish of Heudora, comity of St. Vincent, at 3d per acre. MONKV UltUKK OFFICE AT AEnlllUA.— Ml1. A. Uyrie,jM.l\, has received the fidlouiug departmental letter which lie lias kindly forwarded us for public ation :?-' Ucnural 1'ost Oilioe, Sydney, )3tli April, 1889. Sir.— With reference to my letter of tlie 18th ultiino acknowledging receipt of yours of the JOth, 1 am directed to inform you tli.it the 1'ost master General )i j.s nppnti'ud of the Money Order System being extended to Kcrriga, to date from !st May. I have tlie lionor to l-c, Sir, your obedie...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Largest Ruby in the World. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 20 April 1889

The Largest ttubv in llic World. ' 1 had an opportunity a day or two ago of exaniinining a wonderful ruby which a well known Bond-street jeweller has on view,' writes the London correspondent of the J-nt- mj.v-;iiaji Uazf.ttis. 'Quite a romantic his- | tory is -Attached to the discovery of the ttone wliich lay hidden for a prodigious number of years among the household goods of a Bur mese uotentate. who was. however, suffi ciently alive to the exigencies and shifts of modern tastes to put an enormous price upon his treasure. He is quite right, of course, for the stone is said to be in many respects the most important ruby in the world. In its present, condition it measures an inch in length and three-quarters of an inch in width and weight 24 carats. Before it passed through the lapidary's hands it was very much larger, and it w;ls with something of a pang that orders were given for its i-eduction in weight. As it is, it remains one of the largest rubies in the world, and in respect...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Presentation to Mr. W. A. Kershaw. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 20 April 1889

Presentation to Sir. W\ A. Kcrshaw. On Thuisday lost Mr. Jvcrshaw was presented with a watch by A. Ryric, Ksq., MX.A, through Mr. U. llassall. The presentation was made at the Couithousu Hotel. Dr. Llewellyn occupied the chair and the following gentlemen were present, viz. : — Messrs. R. Hossall, James O'liiiun, J. Wal lace, AV. McDonull, juur., James Alleu, James Mctirath, J. Musgrave, and others. Mr. Hassall said he could hardly express the pleasure it afforded him to act in behalf of Mr. ltyrie on the picscut occasion. .Some little time ueo he was in !Sviiev when Mr. Hvric mentioned to him his desire to recognise the valuable services reiiderc-d to him ou every occasion in assisting to s-ecure his election, and as he knew that Mr. Ker slittw i\aui-i refuse to receive any pecuniary recom pense, lie had determined to present him with some small token of appreciation for his loss of time and for his services generally while acting iu the capa city of Secretary of his committee. He (...

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A Rattlesnake Industry. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 20 April 1889

A Rattlesnake Industry. Isaac Davis, of North Button, the rattle snake hunter, has added upwards of 300 snakes of his score,, making more than 1 700 rattlesnakes lie luis killed since he enmmeuced \ snnke-killing for the bounty of 25 cents n siWKo llm' *AVO lllontnis' wages a year at j iiOduTb a n'l-u--'1 ^ouv' -'eai* ago. One hun- : dredand fiftj- tit £? ta]Vli ,Clltel1 .??» kilJ?d | in three Ann on a new i?«- ^hich he dis- , covered on the mauntain west ?! babliat/i ? day Point. Theso were killed as they wore J gathering on the den in October for their j winter's hibernation — 75 the h'rst day, 4fl the i second, «nd 30 un the third. Davis says he j lost considerable money the first year of his j »mke--l)un.ting by not knowing that there ) as for the oil. The skins he sells at from 25 cents to 2dol. each, to be dressed into leather for Sadies' bolts, slippers, ic., and the rattles are mounted Jisjewelleiy for pins, earrings, and the like, and bring from 25 cents to 1 dol. a string....

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Fatal Accident at Charleyong. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 20 April 1889

Futtil Accident nt €h;irivyom-;. On Sunday morning last Mr. Kdward Mortimer Travers, blacksmith, of liiuidivnod. started out for t !|i.iilcyiuig in a spring cart with some work he hud done for a party of miners ou the Shoalhaveu River. Ou Tuesday news was brought to his wife and family that on his way thither he had met with au accident which terminated fatally. The accident must have occurred shortly after half -past '2 o'clock on Sunday afternoon, ut which hour Travers was seen bv a mau named Evans not far from where he was subsequently found. When ! licked up he was alive, although he must have din out in the bush for some fourteen or fifteen hoiiis jii his liolploss condition, hit: J. W. liuuu, J. P,, holdaii inquest on the body ou Wednesday at the residence of Mr. King, when the following piu'ticuhi'.'j of the sad occurrence were elicited : — Joseph Kvans deposed : Iain a digger residing at the junction of the .Mong&rlowe and Shoalhnveu Itiveis ; nbnufc half-past tM'o o...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Madame Patti's Income. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 20 April 1889

SEudsiitu' Pntii's Income. Madame Patti has nailed from Bordeaux for South America (says Truth), and except a.s to three concerts in London and seven in the provinces under the direction of Mr. Kuhe, next autumn, she will be away from this country until the summer season of 1890. Various busy-budies have exercised their imagination by speculating on the fees the «ivat artist receives. The mat ter, I should liiivc imagined, was of no busi ness whatever to paragrapliistt- or the public ; but as some gii)t-;sijuoly wild statements have appeared in piint it will be as well to give the truth. In the \i months, more or less, between the coming liaster and the Easter of 1890, Madame Patti will receive sums which in tlie aggregate amount to £07,(500. This, however, is altogether apart from certain contingent jiayments which may bring the figures up to a hundred thousand a year, which was once popularly supposed to be tlie height of the ambition of a duke. For South America Madame Patti rece...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The "Unemployed" on Strike. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 20 April 1889

TliC'l'iicmpIojcd' oh Strike. A difficulty has arisen in connection with the 'unemployed,' who were found work by the Government at .Shea's Creek. At the commence ment of the work the man received 5s. Gd. per day for day labour, but afterwards they were put on piece-work, ihe amount paid t« thuin being six pence par yard. On Tuesday mon ing about 200 men threw dotni their shovels and declined to take this, stating that at thu price offered they could not make sullicient wages to keep them iu fowl. ?Several of those who had refused employment iveiit w kui: %- vim j^^ijaiimvui Mutiny viiv '*^ wim *-iw object of interviewing Mr. ISiucc Smith. In the absciiice of the Minister, they were received by the Under-Sceretary Mr. Barling, and in the course of a desultory conversation it was pointed out to him that (lie men really couM nut coutiuuc to irork at the price tixed, from inquiries which have been made it would appear that the work is not of a hard or difiieult character, and that ther...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Silage in Sheaves. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 20 April 1889

$il»uv in Sheaves. Mr. J. L. Thompson, of the Dookie Agri cultural College Farm, rupoits that his ex periment iu cutting green grain crops for ensilage with the reaping and binding machine has proved entirely .successful. This is another important step in the direction of cheap ensilage, and when it is remembered how simple the process lias now become, as well as the special value of the fodder, it is sururi.sinir how little is bt;ins.' done to intro duce the system in those dry portions of the colony where it is most required. Under ordinary circumstances si !«ge possesses special ijualities which are making it popular in different parts of the world, but it is in such a climate as that of our dry inland areas that the full advantage of the system is derived, by supplying succulent food when the natural pastures are both bare and dry. Mr. Thomp son's most receut experiment consists of cutting crops of greenstuff with the reaper and binder, and thus making the fodder up into string-...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Sad Tale of a Wreck [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 20 April 1889

Ssiil Talc of a Wrcck lt was with surprise that the news of the wreck of the ketch Maggie Taylor who was received here yesterday. The weather telegrams hud previously made known that a rather heavy sea was running along the Northern coast, but no apprehension was felt for any of the shipping at the bar harbours. Camdcu Uaveu, lyiug just to the uorth ward of the Manning River, appears to have been badly exposed and the telegrams to hand show that the bar there was extremely rough. The Maggie Taylor, with n crew of four all told, and with three passengers, appears to have negotiated the bar with the result that she had barely gone three cable lengths out before she sank. The master is re jxirtad to have ucted bravely in his efforts to suve the lives of his passengLji-s especially of a lady and her child, but ail three of the passengers went down The cook was also drowned ; the captain, his mate, aud a sailor reached the shore, the forniur in an all but unconscious state. A must touchi...

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An Invalid's Romance. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 20 April 1889

An Invalids Romance. The particulars of a romantic marriage have bwn published in Dublin. The event, it appears has caused dismay to a family of fortune ami position in a southern county in Ireland. The only sun, a youth of 'I2t lisiv ing been in delimile health, was ordered to a warmer climate for change of air. An 1 elderly lady undertook the charge of tin; in- ! twesliiii* invalid : and his father was happy to place him 111 such earelul Ji.-inds. i'or a time all went well. The accounts received from the travellers! were most cheering. The young man's health was decidedly improving, and liis spirits were excellent. But more recent news was not as satisfactory, at least to his father. It was the announcement of the marriage of his son and heir to £10,000 a year to his nurse.

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Weekly Calendar. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 20 April 1889

Weekly Calendar. ?k r..i iv i 1 1'aysof .Sun . Sun Moons Baysofthc^cck M-Jit)li BiBel, j Suts, AgC, Wednesday ? April 17 -J 23 ? 5 31 18 TnuitsDAY ? „ J8 0 20 i 5 32 19 FiiliMY ? '0 0 27 S 31 20 Satciidav ? , 29 -- 27 ! 5 30 21 SUNUAV ? „ 21 0 28 I 5 2D 22 JUmuv ? „ '22 0 21) ! 3 M 23 I'cescw ? „ ??-:! G SO ! 5 27 24 moon's i'hasf.. Moon's last quarter, April 2.'), ;it O.I a.m.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 20 April 1889

W. J. CHAPMAN, Stock and Station Agent, Auctioneer & Valuator, auction mart, :b:rjli:d'W'oo:d- FirM -class l'addocks, splendidly grassed ami per manently watered, one mile from (Sale Yards. rxi- Advance?, made upon Stock fur .Sale. O'HEIBrAHD MTODT, iixdekutakers, Wallace-Street Braidwood. O'HEIR »nd MUXny having completed their new ami handsome HEARSE, are noiv pre pared to conduct Funerals on the most liberal terms. GRATEFUL-^COMFORTIXG. EPPSfcTcOCOA. BREAKFAST. ''D Y a thorough knowledge «f the iiulmvil laws Jj which govern the operation of digestion and nutrition, and by a careful application of the fine properties of well-selected cocoa, Mr. Epps lias pro vided our breakfast tables with a delicately flavoured beverage which may save us many heavy doctors bills. It is by the judicious use of such articles of diet tliat 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...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 20 April 1889

It lists been arranged that another deputa tion shall proceed to Sydney to interview the Premier once more with respect to our railway. The two Commissioners, Messrs. 3£ddie and Oliiver, who liave reported ad versely to the line, have done so without making the slightest inquiry as to the trade and resources of the district. Their recent visit to Itavidwaod, which purported to par take of the character of an official investi gation of the highest moment as a matter of State policy, wjis one of the veriest shams ever heard of, as those gentlemen drove up here with the greatest secrecy, got out of their buggy und, including the time they were swallowing their dinner, did not re oain longerthan half an hour, when they returned to Tarago again with a change of horses as quickly as they came, without letting any one know the qjcut of their visit or making the slightest inquiry about anything. Sir Henry Parkes, who is the author of the Public Works Act and ought to know a little about it,...

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