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

DEATH. At his residence, llraidwood, on tlie 17tli iustaut, Wiu.iah Lisi'(ii!i-, uged 8! years. The Braidwood Dispatch. filrenne el J'ro.ywrc. SATURDAY, APRIL '20, 1SS9.

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The "Times" Parnell Commission. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 20 April 1889

The 'Times' Parncll Com mission. The English mail, vliich has arrived sit Albany, K-ing George's Sound, brings mows tip io the 1 Sell Atareh. Amongst the budget is the followiug : — The 1'imes lias closed its case against the Pai-nellites, nnd the Commission stands nri journed til) April 2 to allow Sir Charles Russell to prepare his defence. O» Tuesday the Attorncy-Uonersil put -n a statement concerning the banking accounts of the league and of the individual members of it, kept by the Hibernian Bank, Dublin, nitdnn application was inndofor the further examin ation of Ml1. Parnell'saccounts. This brought Mr. Paruell to explain to the Court that his only English account -was at the National Bank, and this was under inspection. His accounts at the Hibernian liuuk vus closed in 1882. He holds jointly with Mr. J. M'Carthy and Mr. Biggar some bonds in 3?aris, but this is not i« the nature of :vn account. Then we had a. remarkable witness in Timothy Cofley, a. reporter in Limerick. He has...

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

WANTED, a GENERAL SERVANT. Apply . at the MANSE. ? P. and A. Society Braidvoofl.. mHE WIKNEBS'OTTWZBS 1 of .One Guinea I and upwards winning to take MEDALb IN LIEU OF MONEY will please intimate their wishes without delay to GEO. FRED TAYLOR, Secretory. Braidwood, 19th April, 1889. ? Notice X PATRICK KEARNAN, of JoadK hereby JL give notice that I will NO1 BE RE5FUA BIBLE for any DEBTS contracted by my wife, MARY ANN fcEARNAN (maiden name, Shep herd) or any other person without my written authority. PATRICK KEARNAN. Joadja, April 16, 1889. ? Caution. DOCKS, in consequence of some Dogs having killed a number of my sheen. p MADDBELL. Braidwood, April 18, 1889. *' '*— TosfT s\8 Show Day between Show Gate* and Town CJ a Fawn-coloured fiatm PARASOL, uttfc (lowered handle. Finder rewarded on returning it to the office of this paper. ? ARALUEN^ A Grand Concert WILL BE HELD IN AEALUEN ON EASTER MONDAY NIQHf i'tSJJDOV AJU^#;*RW;KET W»: All the Best Talent Ui the District lias lxsett secured, D...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CABLE MESSAGES. LONDON, APRIL 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 20 April 1889

GABLE MESSAGES. (Fiwm the Sydney Papers.) LONDON, ArniL 15. lu the House of Commons, this evening, the Right Hon. Goschcu, Chancellor of the Kxcliequer, delivered the budget speech. He said that the new demands for the coming year amounted to L4,300,O00, comprising local taxation and the in creased revenue for tlie army aud navy. Tho total expenditure lust year wns LI ,051,000 above the estimate. The estimated expenditure for next year was LSO,007,000 and the revenue LS5,©5(-,000 It was intended to apply Ll,O03,O00 derived from the profits of the conversion of the consols towards meeting the deficiency in the revenue, and L300.000 from the same source would be applied towards the reduction of the National Debt, A sum of LS00.O0Q Would be raised during tlie current year, aud LI, 000,004 next year by the imposition of an ad ditional 1 per cent, iu tlie death duties on estates of over L10.000. Additional revenue to the extent of L300,O00 is to be raised by increasing the Ixser tax ouu-...

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 — 20 April 1889

GENERAL NEWS. A m,in named ))avcy lost his way near Too woombu. (Q.), and in the dark fell down an embank ment ou to tho railway, Davey sustaiued injuries which prevented him getting off the liuo, and o, passing train ran over him. He was taken to tho hospital, where -lie died. The value of the Cliallis bequest to the Sydney University will ultimately reach a qunrtcr of a The O cruuui warship Olga, which was stranded at Samoa, during the recent cyclone, and which was subsequently floated olf, arrived in Sydney on Saturday and was placed in dock. The residents of Lithgow have protested against a batch of the Sydney unemployed being sent up to that district to can y on road works, and have de cided to urge upon the Minister for Works the necBRsity for yroriding work for the unemployed in the district. The verdict of the coroner's jury in the case of the fatal railway accident near Jimee «-jis to the effect that the deceased driver ami fireman did not keep a proper loukout, after being...

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

IN MEMORI4M. Pllll I II- JKKFWKU, WHO AcCinKVAM.y SHOT HIS SlSTBU AND THEN SlIOT HIMKKI.F DEAD WIIII-1 IK A FllES/.Y OK GlUEK. To night I grope tlirough grief and gloom, Urged (in by sorrow's surging tide, To stand beside n new made tomb And chant n dirge fur linn who died. But how shall I, so young in years, Mourn such a death in iiUingtouc, Or dare to swell tliu Hood of tears That flows from fountains all its ownT Oh ! wife and widow now of him, Whom death divorced from thce or thine, Whose fate lmsiillcd with bitter brine Thy ci'P °f Borrow *° 'IC u'nl- Oh ! mother, weeping in the wane Of nil the summer of thy years, Whose fall of deep autumnal tears Is like the sleet of winter rain. Oh ! Father, in whose blank of breast The shadow of a sou is left, Whofcclcst now thy heart bereft Of all the dearest and the best. Oh ! Sister ! ! sorrower in chief j Yea, yet to be, when strength shall seem To clearer make the darksome dream, And lead thee back to life— and grief. On shattered hear...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 20 April 1889

''^^TbToughlby Mr. l'M-nell in the Dublin Jrt against lh. Tims for hbel hu been port *%£ tenants who were evicted from Ilia V.nna. !.nr Wen, and between whom and their bind fari Mr HcnnikerHcaton, M.V., ctaMidwd ?- Srtcmciit, were reinstated on thcirholdingi to d»y that the German expedition, ostensibly 'for the re lef of Kiiiin 1'MhB, is being undertaken with ?Iterior designs of a different nature, and that the Jtlicf of Kniiu T.isli.1 is only a subterfuge.

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

Seed Wheat, In the Assemebly on Tuesday Mr. Crick asked if the attention of the Government bail been culled to the hardship likely to be inflicted upon landlords by their being called upon to give an un dertaking not to destrain until the Government claim lias been satisfied. He also asked whether any reduction would be allowed, on the carriage of Bced wheat by rail. In reply, Mr. Sydney Smith said, so far as he was aware, no hardship had taken place in the direction indicated. He had received applications for seed wheat from a large number of farmers, but in no case had the police magistrates (stated that the landlords refused to xigu the declar ation required. With regard to the question of carriage, it had already received the attention of the Government. In fact, some days ago a notifica tion appealed (hat the seed wheat would be carried at half rates which says to liuthurst, would be about 2d per bushel. The Government anticipate that the whole of the applications for seed whea...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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In Nervous Depression. USE HORSFORD'S ACID PHOSPHATE, [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 20 April 1889

in Nervous Depression. Use Horskord's Acid Phosi-hate, I)ii. D. W. Gwsr.v.v, M.R.C.S., and L.S.A., Ncuadd Vach. I'out&vdulais, South Wales, eays: ' I havefound it aa excellent medicine iu depressed conditions of tho nervous system/'

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 — 20 April 1889

Parliamentary. The preliminary aud formal business of the .Assembly on Tuesday took up but iittle time The questions, with and without notice, were soon disposed of, snmc petitions were presented, and several motions were taken as formal, aud agreed to. Mr. Abott's motion for referring the Standing Ordci-s.to the Standing orders Committee was agreed to, and then Mr. Hurley moved the second reading of the Ministerial Elections Bill, the object of which is to prevent the necessity of lion, members w»o accept oince going oeiore uieir constituents for re-election. A long discussion took place, and the secund reading of the bill was agreed to ou a division of 40 to 25. Mr. Ryric voted with the ayes. The House then went into committee to con sider the bill in detail ; but Sir Henry Parkes, who opposed the bill, although some of the other mem bers of the Government had supported it, row asked that its further consideration should be post poned. Another long debute look place on tin's quest...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Disastrous Floods in South Australia. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 20 April 1889

Disastrous Floods in South Australia. Adklaide, Thursday. — The floods Imveextendcd all over South Australia. Hay nnd fences have boeu destroyed, ;«n! cattle, horses, pigs, aud sheep drowned by hundreds. AU innvcuhlc property has been swept away in nil directions. Women and children had to be removed in their uightclothcs to higher levels, spending the night uncovered iu the jjuuring ram. jvuaun me iiii[nis9Uiiii:, iuki maun un able to get through. Trains everywhere have been stopped ii nd bridges destroyed. In some places Sin of rain fcllin'21 hours.' Hnckct apparatus has been Bent to Salisbury, 12 miles from Adelaide, to rescue the residents, who arc in great danger. Boats hsive been despatched by train to other districts. Ade laide lias sustained much damage, a large body of water having swept through Kent Town, compel ling the iiiTiabitants to abandon their homes. Serious injury has been done to Goodwood, Glen Osmond, and Pteedbcds. An immense flood has ex tended Toorens' Lake, ...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Irrigation at Mildura. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 24 April 1889

Irrigation at MiUlnra. (By the S.M. Herami'h special bepohter) On a vnrii) — I might say scorching— evening near tiie close of March, 1889, three ?iveary travellers were dumped down from a coach on the JSew South Wnles bank of the River Murray, directly opposite to the new temperance town Mildura. I was one of the uassenifei-fi. AVe were dusty and tliirstv, Laving been oh tlte road from Swan Hi!! all the previous day from 5 a.m. until 9 p.m., ?when si rest was given at Euston. but which was followed by a start at 0 a.m. In all we liad passed through 27 houre1 coaching, the rate of speed being about six miles per hour, through one of most woebegone and giviss less portions of Australia. The only re markable features of the track were that there were more rabbit marks than sheep tracks. The ferryman, a smart young fellow, successor to a young gentleman who a few weeks 'before had struck trouble over some sly grog-seliiug affair, received us courteously, aud informed us that he would s...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Select Poetry. WHO MISSES HIM? [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 24 April 1889

' Select Poetry. : ? -*—. ? WHO MISSES HI»[? Conk ! and who misses him ? Who, with heart swelling, ?SpftJy aud mournfully Passes his dwelling V Who 'mong them all Felt the strong life-cord sever ? 'Who of the throng That is surging for ever? Conq ! and who misses him? Friends, perhaps neighbours, .Sigh at Mb funeral ; ?Speak of his labours ; Strew on his grave A few blossoms of beauty ; Head this white headstone, Then turu to their duty ! Gone ! mid «pIio misses him In the gi eat city? Who, from the beggar Thai 'wakened Ins pity, JS'eii to the many That courted iiis favour, Kilting tiic suit That now has lost its savour? Gone ! and who misses him ? Kuise the latch lightly, Knler the darkennd room Whcro lie slept nightly. There sits his weeping wife, Sister and lirotiicr ; There are his Iitllu ones, There kneels his mother ! Afili not who misses him— Him who, though lowly. Owned the sweet treasure That makes home so lioly. Cnuidcr tlinii monuments, Mrigbtcrllitui fame, Are their rich...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
M. Jules Ferry on Boulangism. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 24 April 1889

HI. Jules ferry on Iloulnngisin. In si letter .'which M. Jules Ferry has written to a number of young men who have founded an anti-Bouhingist committee sit St Die, hesays: — ' Honour In you inyjonr.g j friends, who have penuived (hnl there is being played at this moment si game of su preme importance, that sill dictatorships lead to the same result^ .and thiitj in defending the Republican Constitution and liberty against the most shameful Civsarism, 3'ou are fighting for the fatherland, for the land of your birth. Against charlatanism, falsehood, and treason, sowed by a press which knows no restraint, and is paid by foreign gold, prepare the loyal mid clear propoganda of a party thnt lias no need to dissemble cither i(s objects or its idli.mccs. Denounce to the upright and honest people of the Vosges the band of swindlers and rullians who, under the mask or Radicalism, are preparing to slaughter the Republic in nn electoral ambuscade. You speak ts 'Vosgians, to straightforward, fran...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The "Times" Hoaxed a Century Ago. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 24 April 1889

I, The ' Times' Hoaxed n Century The London correspondent of the Bum- ; inouam Post writes: — ' A very curious story i has been unearthed at the British Museum, i showing how the Turns not far from a can-' tury since was imposed upon by a forgery which caused much excitement at the neriod It appear* that on Saturday, 13th of Febru- j ary, 179G, it publishes, as coming from the j columns of L'Ecliak, a Paris journal which , then enjoyed the reputation of being usually j well-informed; the text, in French, of a treaty of peace alleged to have been entered into between the French Hepublic and the Emperor of Austria. The news was so good and no unexpected that all the Funrhi rose at a bound, and the Stock Exchange tempora rily rejoiced. This was despite the fact that ! the previous evening, in the House of Com- j inons, Mr. (afterwards the celebrated Lord) I Grey hud called the attention of Pitt the i ycungerto the fact that copies of L'Ecl- j Aiu were in circulation that day containing...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 24 April 1889

Caution. rX consequence of fires having broken out in our l'addoeks, OPOSSUM SHOOTERS are CAU TIONED against shooting in any of our Paddocks, cither up or down the mountain. Any one found so doing after this date will )-e PROSECUTED. HA.SSALL, ROBERTS, AND ROVRS. April -2-2, 1889. £1 Steward. STRAYED from Major's- Creek some time ago, (jyi- *viAN rOW. l.randed II C oiw * .Itf ovcr.i. ami i' ?!'! Ithr *' r'.-v-i-st-d, an-l the J I H conjoined): ON'V; HOAX COW. U sideAa.va over M, and TWO HK1- HALLY STEERS, sunc liraud. The cows slionM lnivccnlv(N5 at foot. The aliovc I'cwiml will 1»= ^ivou on delivery to the undersigned or for information of tlicir where abouts. ?E. MURPHY, Major's Creek. BffLEjCLCTB. MEMISHRS arc REQUESTED TO PRACTICE, as a, good programme for Prize Shooting has been arranged for the :24th MAY. H. J. C. MADDRELL. President. Government Notices. mENDKRS are hereby invited for the supply of J_ HO cubic yards of 2i-iucli Maintenance Metal, liraidwood to Nclligen. Specif...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A Chinese Secret Society. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 24 April 1889

A Chinese Secret Society. A recent Consular report from China de scribes the origin and working of a notorious secret society called the Kalao Hui, which for many years past has given much trouble, and which quite recently has caused much commotion in Nankin and its 'neigh bourhood. This Kolao Hui is described as a society ' somewhat resembling the Social ists of Europe, and much dreaded by the people of China.' It originated during the Taiping rebellion among the soldiers in Human for the purpose of afiording aid to wounded and the families of men killed on service. The Human men served all over China, rnd their mutual aid society spread by their assistance over die whole country, The aims of the society developed with its growth, and a sentiment of equality of worldly possessions and position became prevalent among its members. Able and unscrupulous men turned these feelings to their own uses, and now this society seeks to spread its Socialist views by the rough and ready process ...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Easter sports [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 24 April 1889

The Easter Sports. KasLor Monday was celebrated in Brnidwood by Athletic Sports in the RiicceouiTse Paddock under ihu tWKpiccK of the Amateur Athletic Club. Not withstanding thu oonntcr atti'actions nt Captain's l-'Iat mid Kelligcu, wliicli diverted a certain num !«?!? tu them who would otherwise have conic here, there w.is a good iittciidanee on the grouud at )3o'cluclc, at which houi- the sports eonnnenccd, tlic uuuibcr of spectators increasing throughout tbe afternoon. The day was generally obsci-ved its a holiday, all tlic stoics and principal places of busi ness in the touii were closed. Oooehcs were ply ing throughout the Jay between the town and the racecourse, and judging by the number who tra velled by tbetn the proprietors must have done ex tremely well. Mi: -j'uorge Bowiand, of the Wil low Tree Inn, 1«»1 both the eutrauce gate and the only publican's )*ootli on tlie ground, and all tilings considered lie must have come well out of bis speculation. Mr. E. M. Royds had char...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CABLE MESSAGES. LONDON. APRIL. 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 24 April 1889

CABLE MESSAGES. (I'toiii Uic Sydney Capers.) I.OXDIJ.V, Ai'Jiu. IS. 1 1 is tv-pm-lcd that the Tun:.- pays L.~-OMtl iut'i I court, in Kitiefactioii (if thu liliel aeiiou brutlglit ill j an Kiiglieh court by Mi' l'iiinell ngiiinst that ! journal. I'atlwi- M'l-'addeii, wh-i, wiih a iiuiuber of otiicr peismis, was L'DiuniilteiS fur trial f--v ihc murdur «f lncpeclor Marliu atliwcedur, in l'ebi-uary lias been -ulmittt.il to li.til. O- 'iimiiii-, ilin Americmi vhiiuipimi -uirt-uian, has ; U-lvxi'iiphed tu Mr. liniff his willingness lo row i .Scarle ou the Thuim-is in August, forLSUI) aside and : the clittuipiuuship of the worM. The tenants who were evicted from tlic Vanda li'iu Kstates, timl between wlifimnud their landlord Mr. Kcmiiker Iteatou, M.I1., established au agree oiuiii, wiTO iL'-i»blated i«i tjicir holdings today amidst immense rejoicing. Advice* fffiui Zaiwibar slrciigtlien the fiiapicion that thiMiuriiian exjieilltion, oxlviidibly for th« re Jiff uf Kiniii 1'iisliit, is bring...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Word Contest. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 24 April 1889

Word (Contest. h will be reinembcred tlmt hist year tliciinericuii Hop Killers CmnpiMiy ottered thwjfl prizes, of » total \ alue (if 3OD0 dollarn, for a word contest, limited to residents in .Australasian colonies, .-mil tu lie decided «t tlie close of (lie Melbourne conten nial cxhibiUon. A great mnouut of interest was evinced in the contest, the resnlts of which nre appended ;— Ju vying with each other fur the first prize (-i.»0 dolliii*)', competitors lm-! to produce tlto L'rcatcst niiiMber of legitimate words from tlic title ' Atiieriean Hop Hitters, while fur prizes two und three respectively, the .words 'lucompatability' ami ' Cuusiingumity' wui« chosen. Tlie total number of competing lists scut iu for the three prizes wan upwards of 5001). Iu the first prize competition the li&ts numliured over 3000, with totals of words per list varying frum nislon-us 30 to over 33,000, The majority of the lists contained btttwceu 5000 urn! 10,0110. The competition was iinri-iju'ud d...

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