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The Social Information Company Limited. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 4 May 1889

The Social Information Company Limited. So great is Hie public r.isje for prying i«'-o tlie private affairs of any one \v]io possesses the slightest claim to distinction, (!mt an influential syndicate lius been formed to completely miuistei1 to the curiosity of tlie fashionable .-iii(3 scmifcishionaWe woi-lds. Hitherto gossip has been purveyed in a f'1;1p inentarj* and unsatisfying form ; the method of its supply is now to bo reduced to a system. The Socih! Information Company, Limited, will not do things by halves, but will, at tlie begitmiug of every ye.ii1 pu) lish at a moderate price to subscribers, an siiptaibedca! direc tory, which will contnin full and authentic details of the private lives of all public per sonages. It is confidently exported, there fore, that the majority of those persons who, for their rank, social ]-osition, malpractices, wealth, celebrity, notoriety, folly orotherwise, deserve mention in tlie fothcotning first an nual edition of tlie ' Social Information...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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The Object of the Visit of the Irish Delegates. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 4 May 1889

The Object of the Visit of the Irish delegates. .Speaking at a crowded meeting in Melbourne on Tuesday night, Mr. l-illou said he came to raise funds for the support of 4S0 evicted tenants in one county, and to aid in the struggle for righting the wrongs of Ireland. Prior to the agitation started by Mr. l'amell and others the people of Ireland were worse off than the serfs of Russia. Outrage and murder had been committal iu revenue, but the moral guilt of crime rested upon the law and the (?overument which denied justice to the people. Their only hope was to make the government of Ireland impossible, unless the demands of the people were conceded. He admitted that a great improvement had taken place in the condition of Ireland during the past lOyears but having achieved so much it would be idiotic to lay down the wea pons by which they had achieved their present position. No settlement of the Irish question was possible without a measure of Home Rule equal to that enjoyed by the Aus...

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 — 4 May 1889

Weekly Calendar, r. hi \«. l Days of -Suu ' Sun (Moons DaysofthcVlcek „£„,_ R5scs ; ,Se,s. AgB. \Vkjwksi-ay ? May 1 C 30 5 IS 2 Thwibhmv ? ,, 2 0 3(i 3 17 3 Vmmy ? 3 0 37 5 10 4 SATiriiDAy ? „ 4 ' 0 38 5 13 5 Si-mmv ? , 5)0 39 n 14 6 MoNiur ? ,,0 0 3'J ' r, 13 7 Tuesday- ? „ 7 0 30 5 12 8

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

Ji--v ivnl LiU'giVAt design* i:iti's.stiiS-;AUi*Eis, Wiiiiiii 1 il« Cirpirls, Indian Carpet*, Turlu-y Carpels, Kensington Squares, aud Tiij.i-.slry Carpels. Wi! invite attention to those about to fur nish or roii'.-w their carpets to our unrivalled jl'icfc «f thr.se goods. The styles arc new, , i.-U, elegant, nnd distinctive, and suitable l«r I)ivi«-iiy-ro'U»'i. (Sitting-rooms, Dining , ? u-, IV.-d -rooms, Landings, Stairs. W ?: import only tin: best qualities, and our pvii'i - are un higher than those quoted else v, iii'ir fur inferior makes. I! i^s, r'l-inrel-itlis, Linoleums an d Mattings in yriMl vaiii'ly. I'.iUenn, nit!) prices anil full particulars, sriit \xn-t fin: on :ij)|)licatioi), \W luvvu n largu slock of Art, Cabinet Mid l'|i!i''';t'-'iv furniture always on hand, and «,- mil ni.iki' tn any design if required. r:iv:d .Eottcs nnd Company, CAU HOT. FLOORCLOTH AND ART Furniture Warehouse. Oip'-ilc the General l'ost Office. CtXillltE .STHKET, SYDNEY, ' GRATEFUL— COMFORTING^ ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 4 May 1889

The report of the Railway Commissioners for the quarter ending March last, which was laid on the table of the Assembly on Wednes day, shows that there has been a general diminution of traffic owing to the depression of trade and a general failure m all agricul tural crops. There is an increase in the goods traffic on the corresponding quarter of last year, 'but* this, it is pointed out, is almost ?wholly due to the coal traffic at Newcastle. But unsatisfactory as the revenue is the out look on the score of expenditure is showu to beiiiuchfflore so. It has been found necessary to take steps to improve the permanent way and to fence the lines throughout the country as .speedily as possible. It is also proposed to duplicate the line between Gpanville and Liverpool and widen theliuebetweenEveleigh and Homebush. Tlte most serious items of fresh expenditure — one which forms a very serious charge against the past management of our railways — is the replenishing of the rolling stock. 'The ...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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MOON'S PHASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 4 May 1889

..... moon's ritASK. Mouu'h first quarter, May S, at 4.47 p.m. The Braidwood Dispatch. StrewiA ct Prosper^. SATURDAY, MAY 4, JS81).

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 4 May 1889

LOCAL NEWS. Captain's Flat. — The following is the smelting report of tlie Koli-i-uoor :— Commenced smelting with one furnace on 2ith (afternoon) ; tlie quality of ore smelted for sixty-live hours, ending April '27, 8 a. in., as follows :— IJlaok mineral, 3S tons 2 cut. ; lead ore, 0 tons 7 cwt. ; totid, 44 tons 9ewt., yielding 100 bars bullion containing — Silver, 63 oz. 4-Jwt. ; gold, 9 oz. ; lead, 3 tonslOcwt. ; also about fonr toils of low grade mutter containing 100 oz. silver, 4*lwt. gold, and 4 cwt. copper. The fol lowing is tlic weekly report of the Commodore mine ; Btnpes keeping up supply of ore. 100 tons broken for the week. Smelting report : For the week, 98 tons 13cwt. Oqr. 241b. ore have been smelted, producing 4 tons 1 out. of bullion, con taining I31ooz silver »nd )0oz. 12 Uwt. gold. Misehai* Lkakes.— It is uotiJied Unit the under mentioned Mineral Leases arc now ready for de livery to tlie Lessees: — W. P. McGregor, ?. acres 1 rood, parishes of Itallalaba nnd Bullou...

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The British Government and Ireland. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 8 May 1889

The British Government ami Ireland. ' A London correspondent of the Manchester | Guardian says: — The idea that the time has come when the Government should formulate an alternative Irish policy to that of Mr, Glad- 1 stone is not confined to Mr. Chamberlain, j but is rapidly gaining adherents among the i Unionists generally. Several of Lord Har- \ tington's most influential followers have j recently expressed tne opinion tnat tne want of any positive remedial programme is in juring the Government with theconstituencies and damaging their own prospects of reelec tion. I believe that a proposal which will be' strongly urged on the Chancellor of the Ex chequer is that the land scheme — the main lines of which, at a.11 events, are believed to be settled — should be embodied in a bill in the course of the present session, and that this bill should be placed before Parliament at some time, August as an earnestthat remedial legislation will be uudertaken next year. It is strongly desired,...

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Rings and Syndicates. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 8 May 1889

Kings and Syndicates. The truth seems to ho that some even of out' best men of cowmerce (says the Saturday Review ) — men who are' rich enough to be above all such temptations — have looked so long .it the gigantic fortunes nccuniui&ted by American ring-masters that they are fasci nated by the spectacle, and would fain par take its glories. The older men stick to their respectabilities — respectabilities guarded with vestal seventy, ana an nut reverea »y mer chants on the rise; but it may be fairly sus pected that the younger men of the same rank have bfigun to ask themselves why they, too, should not be as amazing as any Vanderbilt and as glorious as Jay Gould. Or, rather, we hope that there is no worse than this ; they did begin to ask themselves the question — some of the second-rates — and here and there veutui'ed ti step or two toward the ful filment of the noble dream. But if so, it may well be that the recent crash in Paris ?will serve to warn them ofl) to their good ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 8 May 1889

TXT ANTED, a SMART, INTELLIGENT LAD VV Hs APPRENTICE to the PRINTING. Apply to this Office. WANTED, APPRENTICES to the DRESS MAKING. Apply MISS STAFFORD, Wallace-street. Braidwood Skating Xlipte, mENDERS WANTED f*r SPPPL.V OF KE.R0.'

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LONDON. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 8 May 1889

LONDON. Monday. The Russian Press is very bellicose in regard to the Balkan question. It is stated that General Boulanger was in league with the late manager of tlie Comptoir De Es compte. , . i The Uerlin Conference is discussing tiie question of the kingship of Samoa. The first ceremonies in connection with the rttioit itirr e\f f.lin T^fifta IT.vliiliit.tnn Annnnunl 4- a Jan A great fete was jhfeld in Versailles. A procession was formed from Klysee, headed by the President who delivered an oration and declared that Revo lutton was destroyed, for ever by the person»lpower of one man, whatever title he assumed, Franca would recognise no Sovereignty but laws voted by the elect of the people. ??:?.* A man named Perrin, formerly a soldier, fired a blank cartridge from a revolvtr at the President. The mau was at mice arrested.. Later. Outrages continue in America. A Kurdish Chief with a gang of followers have raided tlie residence of several noblemen pillaged houses aud burned tlie occ...

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Original Poetry. A SONG OF THE HILLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 8 May 1889

Original Poetry. A SO3MJ OF THE HILLS I took my lute wite with mo one day , Into the hollows of tlic hills To try and catch what /-ippliiig rills, And singing birds so sweetly say. it was lue nret sort month 01 spring, When trees begin to bud mul bloom, And all their wealth of sweet perfume Wild blossoms to the breezes fling. I rested in ;i shftdy nook, That all a poet's arbor made, And there began to serenade Its warbling birds and babbling brook. Unttlio' I sang my darling theme, And played a perfect symphony, The Wills kept fur away from me, And cliorussctl only with the stream. At last I struck the sweetest chord That over ntin-cd the soul of man, And with u gift of sung began To sing the goodness of the Lord. Then soon an anthem rose complete, The rippliug rill gave forth its best, The birds came singing to my breast, And all our voices blended sweet. ?Soon mountain breezes joined the band ; From brook below, from birds above, The mighty voice of God's great love, Rolled out up...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 8 May 1889

Sale of Ladies* Work. I THEFIBST MEETING of tlio Ladies xvilHug to asaict in the proposed SMc of Fancy Wort in connection with the Presbyterian Church will be MU at the residence of Mr. tote** o..« !,!, ? Elrington-street, on FRIDAY NElAl .it 3.30 „ m All who arc willing to !cm! n helping bund ire cordially invited to attend. ? | tynateur athletic Club. Queen's Birthday a SPORTS. ? ^ THE Committee of the ATHLETIC CLUB, re solving to show thuir Loyalty to our Most AGRAHDCALADAYIH BRAIOWOOD, bo that in speaking of it afterwards it may be de' tcribed as Q The Best Day's Sport ever held in Braidwood. The Monster Programme * coarmisEs— Races for Youths, Young Men, Boys and Girls Jolly Ol-t Buffers' Race Chasing Tig with Greasy Tad I (A day's omuseroeut in itself, creating roars of laughter.) Hack ami Pony Races, Trotting Matches Not forgetting the evergreen and highly -amusing game, Throwing at the Wicket. Erery person is invited to come and assist in mak ing the day a grand success. The...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 8 May 1889

Wool. wool. Wool. THE NEW ZEALAND LOA,N AS SI Mercantile Agency Co., LIMITED, BRIDGE-STREET SYDNEY. Capital, 4,500,000 Reserve 2,700,000 Wool Season 1888-9. WEEKLY SALES of wool held throughout the season. The greatest care bestowed on the valuation, displaying and protecting all wools entrusted to the Company for sale, whether from large or small slips. Growers advised aUil consulted with before sales arc made. Liberal cash advances where desired on wool and other produce whether for sale in Sydney or ship ment to London. The addition to tlie Company's premises of the magnificent new warehouses iu Bridge Street acquired since last season ensures to Growers the display of their wools to the very greatest advan ****' G. S. CAMPBELL, Manager. Sydney Wool and Graiu VVarehouses, Bridge street, Sydney, Sept., 1888. Stock and Station Agent, Auctioneer & Valuator, AUCTION MART, BBAIDWOOD. First-class Paddocks, splendidly grassed and per manently watered, one mile from Sale Yards. l...

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Sudden Death. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 8 May 1889

Sudden Death. On Sunday last information was brought to Con stable Scott at the Mongavlowe Police Station that an old digger named William Bryant, better know as ]»tUy Budgery was dying at the hut «E ont llartmcyor. From tlie {act of the old man Imv ina expressed au intention of poitoning himself, coupled with tlio fact that .bo had u bottle of poison with linn, which, when produced to the poltqeman, was empty, itNfas supposed he might havn com mitted suicide. When Constable Scott arrived Utr Hortmeyer's Bryant was just dead, so the con stable deemed it advisable to report the matter to the Coroner, who decided to hold an inquest. Accordingly Mr. Buun proceeded to Warrambuoca on Monday, where a jury of seven was sworn in. After viewing the body the Coroner mentioned these circumstances, saying that but for these reports he would not have deemed an inquest ne cessary, but to ascertain if the deceased had really committed suicide lie had directed the doctor to examine the body, and wo...

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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 8 May 1889

GENERAL NEWS. ? «. ? The Bishop of Riverina, speaking at the Church Congress on the subject of the promotion of tem perance, said that some restrictions should be placed on chilis, and the employment of barmaids should be prohibited. He would propose to substitute confirmed drunkards, horrible examples, instead of barmaids, so that they might act as a waruine and as a terrible illustration of the effects of drink. A suggestion having been made to General Richardson that the sum of £6500 should bo ex pended in securing the Padding ton range against the risk of accident in the Centennial Park, the General replied that, in view of the higly-improved character of the rifles of the future, and the larger field required for military instruction, he could not endorse the idea of spending a, large sum on the Paiulington range, ami did not approve of it. Speaking at Lcichardt on Friday night the Colonial Treasurer said that no compromise would be granted to the protectionists, and the presen...

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Scraps. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 8 May 1889

Scraps. When Lord Beaconsfield was on his way back from the Congress of Berlin, he re marked to a friend : ' I shall not last long. When I am gone Lord Salisbury ought to be leader. And in his nephew you will find a second Pitt.' The nephew is Mr. Bal four. as anormng some laea oi tne amount oi light gold now in calculation in London, it is stated that recently a financier of that city accepted £1000, largely made up of half sovereigns, and that on the amount being weighed at the bankers, it was found to be short by £19. The largest taxpayer in Germany is Herr Krupp, of Essen, who pays £6460 on income of £219,000 ; and next comes Baron 'Willy de llotschild, of Frank-fort-on-Maine, with an income of £205,000, aud a tax of £5940. The greatest income returned by a resident in Berlin is £123,000. An Englishman has produced a piece of mechanism containing 400 figures represent ing horses, cannon, artillery, infantry, and a band of 52 men, each with an instrument. A tiny windmill, turned ...

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Braidwood Police Court. Monday, May 6, 1889. (Before James Aldcorn, P.M., W. J. Chapman and J. Wallace, Esqrs.) STEALING W1THIN A DWELLING. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 8 May 1889

Braidwood Police Court. Monday, Mav 6, 1889. (Before James Aldcoru, P.M., W. J, Chapman and J. Wallace, Esqrs.) STEALING WITHIN A DWELLING. Roger Watson, alias Alfred Johnson, was charged on remand with having on the 25th ultimo, stoleu from the premises of Mr. Hortou, publican at Tarago a suit of clothes the property of Mr. Hor ton's brother. Prisoner was arrested in Braidwood by Senior Constable McKeon and Constable Wren on Sunday, the 28th April, from information, re ceived. Before the police arrested him they fol lnuv?i) hint tj\ cnvjiral tiut-f-c (if +UO *...«« ,...,1 l.n»K again to the corner of Solus-street, opposite Bo land's public house. When questioned he gave the name of Johnson and said he came from Sydney; when the police proceeded to arrest him he said ' b ? the police, no one can arrest me' and ran away ; in about one hundred yards Wren overtook him and prisoner had to be violently arrested during which he made all the resistance in his power. Prisoner had only just ...

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Serious Railway Accident Near Narrandera. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 8 May 1889

Serious Railway Accident Xear JN'arrandcra. News was received in Sydney on Sunday night that an accident had happened to the Jcrildcrie train 6J miles from Narrandera. The wildest rumors soon spread. Dr. Mitchell was ecnt for and hurried to the scene, but on his way thither his horse fell and slightly hurt him. He, however, proceeded by the special train which left at 6 o'clock. It was not until half-past 8 that the true state of affairs was Known. Wlien tlie special -arrived bringing the wounded and rest of the passengers the station was crowded with friends and relatives of the passengers. The caute of the accideut, as far as eon be learned, was that owing to the heavy rains of the last 4S hours, the rainfall of the last 24 hours having registered 349 points in the town, the line bad considerably subsided. The train started at the usual time, 4 p.m., and was crowded rather more than usual, owing to the fact that several persons were returning from the Narraudera races aud the Narr...

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Stage Realism. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 8 May 1889

Stage Realism. Stage Realism is no new thing, but the latest development at the Star Theatre in New York surpasses anything that has been attempted elsewhere. At this house a drama culled ' The Stowaway' has recently been the attraction, and one scene of it represents the breaking into a safe. In order that this incident might l-e carried out in workmanlike faKlnnn tlm mn.nji.frp.r nf fcfhp. nnnmawHr ha.s paid his actors and actresses the compliment of hiring some ex-convict burglars to share their labours in the robbery scenes — men who have done the same thing without having a theatre full of spectators to observe and criticise their methods. Some of the papers which notice the performance do not quite approve of the convicts, and ask whether the manager is paying due respect to the exponents of dramatic art whom he has engaged in making them thus associate with habitual criminals. 'To permit pro fessional burglars to practice on the stage has no legitimate dramatic efl'ect' it is...

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