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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 1 May 1889

~W. J. CHAPMAN, Stock and Station Agent, Auctioneer & Valuator, ; ?» AUCTION MART, BBAIDWOOD. Rent-class Paddocks, splendidly giwswl .in-l per muicutly watered, one mile from .Sale Yiud?. ' ' ' 'tar Advances made upon ,Sfcr-ek for Sale. UiVOERKTAEEHS, Wallace Street Braidwood. O'HEIR and MUNDY liaviug completed their ? new and handsome HEARSE, are now pre pared to conduct Funerals ou the most liberal terms. ~ ? GRATEFUL— CO MKORTIKti. EPPS SjDOCOA. B R K AKFAS T. ''V-\* a thorough knowledge of tlie natural laws |) which govern the operation of digestion and uutjition, and by a careful application of tlie fine jiroperties of -well-selected cocoa, Mr. Epps lias pro vided our breakfast tables with a delicately flavoured leverage which may save us many heavy dpctors'bills. U is by the judicious «se 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 floating- around us re...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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Braidwood Land Board. TUESDAY, APRIL 30. (Before A. 0. Moriarty, Esq., (Chairiman) and J. Aldcom, and J. W. Bunn, Esqrs.) [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 1 May 1889

Braidwood Laud Board. 1CESDAY, APRIL, 30. (Before A. 0. Moriarty, Esq., (Chairman) and J. Aldconi, and J. W. Biinn, Estji-s.) ihos. btrctUm, C.P., 80-4, 100 acres, and C.L. 82-2, 200 acres, parish Bemlora. 'Approved as t« O.I', j and as to C.L., 150 acres approved a6 modi. hed. Dauicl Lougeton, I. P., 1 acre, parish Mourai. Approved, e Ebcnexcr Armstrong, C.L., S5-18, 120 acres parish Jincroo, ' Mr. Mantou gave evidence in regard to the low-e. It is not fenced in ; saw no residence on portion 48 nor any residence on the Lease After explanation by Applicant tin- mutter was postponed till June O. A. Bussingthwaighte, C.P., 85-31, parish Bur nett.. 82 acres. * _ Mr. Mauton gave evidence: Knew the Selection inqueatiou; saw it on 27 th January, 1888 uml found »o fencing on it; it in neither enclosed seiiarutelv or within a ring fence. Applicant gave evidence tlmt since the inspection lie liari fenced the southern boundary, and «. creek served as a feuce on another side, tuid. other lot* ...

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 1 May 1889

LOCAL, NEWS. The Day DawxGold-misisu Company Limited. —Manager's report for the week ending 27tli in stant :— The main shaft hua been suuk furthci 4 ft., making iii all 57 ft. below the old workings. Wu stavteddriving lor tlie reef on Thursday last, and are now in 4 ft. Expect to lower pump on Monday morning. The eastern winze lias been sunk and timbered further 6 ft., making a total of 35 ft. There is a good width of crushing stuff, which carries fair gold. Iu the stopes no change to report. We have raised about 30 tons crushing stuff, and about 50 tons have been put through the mill this mine in good working order. The Berdan pans and other machinery have at length come to hand. We have had a cleau up, yielding 38i oz. This its chiefly from poor pyritous stuff from the stopes. There are now 400 bags pyrites ready to be for warded. THe Inisn Nationalist Dllecatks ? It has been determined to send down an invitation to the Irish Delegates, Mr. John Dillon, Sir T. Esmonde, and Mr. l-e...

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Select Poetry. SIGN LANGUAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 4 May 1889

Select Poetry. sr«]v imumGE. They stood beneath the whispering trees ; Tlie birds were nil asleep, And slowly through the tender sky The stars began to peep. Tlio yellow primroses orouud Were bursting into bloom : A question had boon asked, and now He waited for his doom. A little breeze went by and kissed : The Jialf-avertcd cheek, ; Sliiiing the lijijilcs of lier ;-ir ] - And still x)ic il'nl mil Hjiu.ik ; i lint toyed wi-h hiii- iritiiMin fan. | IJTOppiug hur u-ndov eyes, Whose lucent, iiii-hin^ dcjitho outvjisd , Tlit FUiiiinor'.f bliieiil sliii-s ? And yet tlio did not auswer, but : Across her bonny iacc j Sncet Htllu l-)iisli-!.= ivuik- «ii-1 «vnt. j The Imucli of i'iLiuny l.-ice '? She wore upon \n\r Imsinii vw, | Flultcrcl mid .-Inwly fell WMU-. all almut llic MlViuf l.iy . Lil.cw.iiiiMiiv-lciioi^ t-pi-ll. The liny bUwmistaiylvki^i-d j . Thobordm-sof h.T».nvn; | He took the little liiinbiin- hinids I And chipped tlium in )ii.s uwn, i And on her iips und vUvvk tmd !.n.w ! His...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 4 May 1889

£50 REWARD £50 PEAUD & 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 '.ny person or persons refilling the American Hop Sitters 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 or Green Hops on a White Label, with Black Letters. DR. SOTJILE'S HMERICHN HOP * BITTERS (A MEDIOINE, NOT A DRINK), COHJ.W9 HOPS, nUGHIT, DIANDUAHB, DAMIKLION. Asa tuePpmst mt BwMbmul (Juiunisoi ihi OTlill BlTTUU. . . TELBtT *CTJXtH All Diseases ol vbe Stomach, BowcU, Blood, Uvcr, Kidneys wid Urinary Organs, NerroumeM, 8lwpleu- neee, Ceu-ale ComplnlatJ and BrOllkMUUSI. THOUSANDS UPON THOUSANDS!;.' ol testimonials OS the v.init wonderful cures, volim* t irily cent us, we do not jmbUlhthem, as they do not make the cure, It U our niedlolue, Dr. Soule'a American Ho...

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LONDON. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 4 May 1889

LONDON. Thursday. It is expected that the outcome of the Samoan Conference will be that Slalietoa will be reinstated. A committee are drafting a plan for tiie Government of Samoa under a native ruler for the constitution of a tribunal to adjudi cate on private laud tenure. It is feared that England's complaisance with Germany will oliend America. Tlie Russian police at Cronstadt have dis covered large stores of explosives and found unmistakable evidence of another intended plot on the Czar's life. Tlie Czar was ex pected to attend a military function at Lars koeselo, but at the last moment refused. During a display of fire works in Chicago a rocket was discharged amongst the crowd, several hundred persons being burnt and many crushed iu the stampede. There have been no fatal results in con nection with the Washington centenary cele brations. 80,000 tradesmen and workmen paraded the streets of New York. Later. A serious disturbance lias occurred in a town in Mexico. Five priests were...

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OUR TELEGRAMS. ———-*———- SYDNEY, 11.45 A.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 4 May 1889

OUR TELEGRAMS. ? » ? {FSIOM OCR OWN COHRE8POSDEST). SYDNEY, 11.45 A.M. At the Homebush stock salon yesterday 940 cattle were yurdod. Best bullocks brought £11 12/- mid others from £5. 20,200 slieep were penned and best Jiierinos Drought, ii j- ana ouicrs trom Ujja, Tlie Assembly wns occupied the whole night discussing tlie Minister for Works' motion to purchase Innd known as Darling Islahfl, Pyrmont, at a price not exceeding £135,000 for railway purposes. The pro posal met with considerable opposition, the usual charges of jobbery mid corruption being hurled n.t the Government. Mr. Lyne said lie had evidence that n powerful syndicate ?was behind tlio matter, but ? Mr. Dibbs and Mr. Fietclier strongly suppor ted the proposal. Mr: Gamin moved au amendment that the whole question bo re ferred to the Public Works Committee. Tlie House still sitting, stonewalling tactics bciii£ adopted. The Minister for Education !ms decided to publish a history of Australasia for use in all schools unde...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 4 May 1889

FiE TRADE STORES. A OUR USUAL t Monthly Supply of Coods E WILL IMS IN EARLY NEXT WEEK, J11 ? 4tli 1 An Early Jnapeotiani-wpeotlally elicited- ^ We shall bo able to show you A NICE LIHE OF DRESS STUFFS, ^ ATCllAYARD, AND A ? BEAUTIFUL RANGE OF HOMESPUNS, J* Commencing froui 9d. «?« ,,c have Velvets, Musi'*, Fancy Silks, Dis, Buttons, Braids and Trimmings to match every Dress. In Children's Ulsters we begin them as low — as 2s. Gd In Ladies' Ulsters we have them from 3s. lid. each. A A few Ladies' Stockinette Walking Jackets DA still left from 10s 6d upwards. »'» We have stiU a few Meu's Tweed Suits left n(£ at 10s Gd the Suit, aud can sell a a,,d good Dark Walking Coat for £T In Boys' and YoutW Tweed Suits a line at 13s Cd cannot be beaten. In Men's and BoyTTvercoats a Splendid Choice, at prices never before touched. «* Our Blankets begin at 6s 6d the pair. In White and Coloured Flannels we have the O : Best Assortment in Town, from 3d {^ a yard up. con ? by In Winter Hosiery and Glo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 4 May 1889

WANTED, APPRENTICES to the DRKSg ' MAKING. Apply MISS STAFFORD, ^ Wallaee-street. BRAIDWOOD LITERARY INSTITUTE. mENDEBS will be received from persons desir- . JL ous of RENTING THE HALL of above on ' the 24th MAY. Tenders, accompanied with one-fourth of the » amount tendered for, will be received by the Con-' * mittee on or before S p.m. on WEDNESDAY, 15th inst. W. McRAE, Hon. Sec. BRAIDWOOD PROTECTION LEAGUE. |4. IV)elvi!ie, Esq., IVJ.P,, - {Chairman of CouimitteeB), WIM. Lecture in Braidwood , * (Under the auspices of the above League) — os — Saturday, 18th May Nest, AT 3 P.M. Araluen, same Night, at 8. Steps will be taken at the latter place to establish a Branch of the League. Further particulars next issue, ,-s^»''; T, C. MUSGRAVE, To the Members Australian Mutual Provident Society. T ADIES AND GENTLEMEN,— I have tlw XJ honor toiuform you I tun a candidate (or a seat at your Board at the Aiumiil Meeting to bu held MAY 22. As I was one of tlie Directors from 1875 to 1887, '. I u...

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Scraps. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 4 May 1889

.Scraps. The meanest man on record lives iu the Rappahanock Valley. When one of his children falls down stairs he whips it for cry ing. Oue day last summer a. party of tou rists stopped at his place, and he sent his boy Zepli out to hunt squirrels to make them a squirrel pie. He gave Zepli twelve pebbles with which he was to kill the game. When the hoy returned iie had oleven squirrels tied in a bunch. ' Wliar's the t'other one of the dozun ?' asked the old man 'Missed him.' ' Wliar's the pebble, you lar.y son of a gun ?' ' L-o-o-st it,' sobbed the boy, beginning to blubber-. ' I'll gin ye suthin' to remember it by,' said the old man, and he laid on till the company made him desist. The boy had his share of the potpie notwithstanding. The society correspondent of Vanity Fair says : A certain political provincial magnate, having attended an official function, on the following morning carefully folded a five pound note in au envelope and despatched it, accompanied with tlie following ...

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Parliamentary. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 4 May 1889

Parliamentary. There was a fair amount of preliwiuury business in the Legislative Assembly ou Tuesday. The Temporary Supply Bill was received hack from the Legislative Council, and it was announced that the Governor liad usscnted to certain bills. Questions with and without notice then occupied the attention of ministers for a considerable time. I Mr. H, Stephen tried to eflect an alteration iu the mode of procedure in the Legislative Assembly by moving a resolution to make the motion for the Urst reading of a bill a. formal motion, to be taken wiUiKiit nuy disonssion. Sir Henry Pntkes objected, 011 i!ic yiumid that this would be opposed to Eng lish I'oiihtitiitioniu practice, as the discussion on tno*t of tlic principal Knglieh measures of reform h»-l taken plu.ee on the motion for the first reading. Mr. O'Su'liviui moved an amendment to require three members to muke a valid objection, instead of mie, us U present. During the course of the resulting distintu Mr, J. II. Want entered...

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A French Cheese. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 4 May 1889

A Freiieli Clieewe. ? A contemporary gives the following intere sting account of the manufacture of « favour ite French cheese known as Port-du-Salut. It has a flavour and texture somewhat similar to the Dutch Grouda, hut is smaller, averaging about 51b., and sells at wholesale for 9d. per lb. In the larger Port-du-Salut factories of France a temperature of 59- to 64- Falir. is maintained. It is necessary to have the milk not higher than 86- Fahr. in the winter nnd 82 in the summer. For 100 gallons of milk nearly 3oz of Pressure Liquide Fran chise (a kind of reunet extract) is well mised in, which turns it to cum m 30 or 35 minutes. The curd is cut with curd-knives and stands 10 to 12 minutes. The whole is now care fully heated and continuity stirred until the thermometer shows 9fi- Fahr. in summer and 91- Fahr. iu winter. It then stands 20 minutes, or until it can be broken in small pieces or grains the size of hemp seeds The granulated and coagulated mass falls to the bottom of th...

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Braidwood Police Court. WEDNESDAY, 1st MaY. (Before James Aldcorn, P.M., and John Wallace, Esqrs.) ASSAULT. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 4 May 1889

Braidwood Police Court Wednesduv, 1st May. (Before James Aldcorn, P.M., mid John Wallace, Jisqrs.) ASSAULT. Geerge Yeates summoned Thomas Wilkie for having assulted him an Easter Monday night in Wallace-street. There had been a Wt of a grudge between the parties, and it always happens that these affairs come up for discussion again on festive occasions. Evidence was produced for the defendant, how ever, to show that there was no assault, and there being no corroboration of the complainant's evidence the case was dismissed.

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Mining Registrars and their Fees. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 4 May 1889

Milling Registrars and their Fees. Reports have been made to the Minister for Mines that some of the milling registrars are in the habit of charging a search fee of Is. for each book searched for information regarding mining claims. Where there is a long inspection tin's would amount to a very considerable, sum, and it also seems to be under stood, although contrary to the instructions, that the miners are compelled to pay a charge of 2s. (id. for tilling uu forms of applications for Teases. Mr. Sydney .Smith has directed that the mining wardens shall be informed that the payment of the fee en titles a person to search for earliest period iu the history of a claim to tin1 time of search, providing the search does not extend beyond oue official day ; and further, that under the regulations miners are at liberty to fill in their forms of application with out any charge. It is only in case when the warden fills up the forms that a charge of 2s. 8ii. it to be made.

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Shocking Treatment of a Girl [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 4 May 1889

.Stuiekiug Treatment .of a tiivl. A story of illegal detention and terrible out rage was revealed at the, Dorchester Police Court on Satui-day. March 16, sjys St. James's G aztttk. A young girl named Guy of Weyinoulh, nearly 12 months ago was keeping company with a cab-driver of the some town, named IJurt. From the incohe rent narrative of the girl, who is now in a disordered state of mind, it appears she was induced by Burt to go to a shed which ad= journed his stables, at a villagecalled Broad way, about two miles from Weymouth. The i prisoner h.-ul given tlie girl a ring, add pro | mised her marriage. She remained in the j slieil day after dny, and the prisoner preven i ted her escape by padlocking the door. For ;- time she made no serious complaints of his ii-uatmeiit. but her enforced imprisonment eouiiiuicd so lonj; flint gradually .she became very weak, and eventually, as it appears almost lost her senses. Hurt did not neglect her so fur as her food was concerned, but provide...

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Braidwood Small Debts Court. WED. 1st May. (Before James Aldlcorn, P.M., and Joliu Wallace, Esqrs. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 4 May 1889

Braidwood Small Debts Court, Wed. 1st May. (Before James Aldcom, P.M., aud Johu Wallace, Ksqrs. Nam Von v. James Scujvax, L4 10s lOd goods sold. Verdict for plaintiff and costs. Same v. K. Sui.mvak, L3 Is (id, goods. Ver dict for plaintiff and costs. Same v. K. Commins, L' 14s 8ii. Verdict for plaintiff and costs.

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CABLE MESSAGES. LONDON, April. 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 4 May 1889

CABLE MESSAGES. ? .» {Fronj the Sydney Papers.) LONDON, Avuii. 30. Under pressure brought to bear by the connnan iler of an Italian man-of-war, tlio Turkish Gover nor of Hodeida, ssupnrt tin the Asuliiuu coast liutfH Red Sea, has been compelled to ottevj^u^^K^ having iusulted the Italian agent at ffoWfl^T { Roumauia is pressing forward with the fortifica tions 01 Bucharest umi Galatz, Kissia is believed to be tampering wit!) Mr. Staui. bouloff, thenrcinier of Bulgaria, asserting that a general settlement of the Balkan question, favour able to Bulgaria, would be possible if Prince Fer dinand wore removed. M. Ntmnbouloff, however, remains loyal to Prince Ferdinand. Mr, Hues in the course of au interview with the Pall Mall G.uette, stated that he had written to the Marquis of Salisbury, Prince Bismarck, the Hon. J. G. Blain (Anioricaii Premier),' and also to the Samoan Conference now sitting at Berlin, urging that the ex-King Malletoa be restored to authority. Me Rees suggested that he...

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The Peasantry of Central Asia. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 4 May 1889

The Peasantry of Central Asia. A Consular report on agriculture in the district of Chiuhtung on the Yangtsza which lias just been issued will be read with interest at the present moment, ns the district in cludes the most southern of the faminestric ken regions. Tlie district is mainly agricul tural, wheat, rice, beans, peas, pea-nuts, in digo, cotton, vegetables, melon seeds, buck wheat, and silk being produced south of the river, and millet, lily flowers, walnuts, vege table tallow, corn, vegetable soap, vice, pens and beans, and seasannuu sends coining from the north. During 1889. from May, a ?severe drought prevailed, n»d over 50 Kijunro Uiiles of country south of tlie river the crop was not a tenth of that of ordinary yours, While to tlio north floods have been dreaded » rather than drought. The agricultural year in the district is as follows ; — Wheat is sown in November, or as soon as the rice crop is cleared oft' the ground. It is sown by hand after a shower of rain, and the...

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Railway Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 4 May 1889

Railway Time Table. Alterations were made as under iu the time table for Hie -jonlburu aud Cooma line ; The mixed train on Mowlays will leave Goulhurn at 8 a.m. ; Banga Iore,S8.30; VdUc Bathurst, 9.3; Tarago, 9.25; Ruu gendore, 10.33; Molonglo. J1.5; Qiteanbeyan, 1 1.45 5 Tuggiaiiong. ami Hob Roy (stops if required); arrive at Aliealago, J.25. The mixed train from Bungciidore to G'oulbitm on Wednesdays aud Saturdays will leave Buiigendore at 9.25 a.m. ; Tarago, lO.lo; Lake Batliurst 10.27; Uaugalure (stops if required); arrive at Uoulburu 11.30. The daily mixed tiniu from Micalago to Goulburn. previously marked to stop at Bangalore if required, }s now marked to arrive at the station at midnight.

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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 4 May 1889

GENERAL NEWS. ? + ? Mr. Angus Cameron has sequestrated his estate. A telegram from Young states that the electric light recently installed in that borough is giving every satisfaction. The contractor has been asked to supply more tillers for private installation. It is to be used by the railway station, jail, and other public buildings. For household lighting with five lights the cost is about 22s (id per light per annum. We vs. M. H.EUALD) are informed that a mistake occurs in the printed copies of the new Laud Bill, \- hich Invs given rise to a serious misapprehension oa the part of those interested in homestead leases in the western division. According to the bill, as issued by the printers it would appear as if the minimum area for homestaid leases in the western division was 040 acres, whereas it should be 57G0 acres. Another misapprehension has arisen with regard to the leases in the central division. Those leases expire at the end of ten years from the com mencement of the te...

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