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A Terrible Domestic Tragedgy. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 11 May 1889

A Terrible !-unu'»(k' Trajteduy. i A shocking raw of murder mid suicide oi currcd at iialtwhiw.'le. in Xorihumberlaiid. England. A labourer, named John Niehol sun. went nil a visit, and JeS'l his vjfe and four children and u nicrc of his wife at home Abtmt (i o'.-lock Mr-1. Nirholso,, dre.-.--d (he eldest boy. and s-pih him and her nieee t' chapel. .Some little time after that the wo man was sivn lea ling her home, oairyin-.' her youngest child, aged fti\- montlis. and tin other two walking alongside of her. ir'in-.' in the direction oi a stream wludt ilows i]H» the Tyne. Although 3frs. Xichol^on. some, four I years ago. liad been an inmate of tin- County i Lunatic A.svjmii, her conduct did not armit-e i any suspicion. The woiunii seems to have ! gone direct totlicnuvjim which was vi-rv full ? owing to the reoent rains : and in mie of the j dams which supplied water ton mill it is sup- | posed that she iirst cast hereiiildren and lljen ? drowned herself. After a Jong ,-eaivh. the : ...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 11 May 1889

Horsford's A«id IMiosiihiUc Fok Awse or Al^ouoj,. U relieve* the dcpruwiioD thuuifrom.

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Row Pigott's Papers were Procured. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 11 May 1889

Bow PiaoJts Papers wore Pi'o t'lirort. A news, agency received from Dublin what ' pm-porls to In; iin iiccount of tlie way in winch Hgott'sdiuvy iukI other documents were pro cured : — Aflor-Jlr. Houston's nriinissinns as to the destruction of souig of tlie correspou flenco that passed between tlmfc gentleman mid Pigoitit wis oonsidcrwl by wmie of (lie Nationnlist iini'ty tlint tlio original of Hous ton's lottos siiiglit biifmuiM nt Pisotl's Wm I residence nt Sandy cave, nrar Kingstown. ] Pigott's house wus nt this tune closely { watched. by two or three member.-;' of the ? Metropolitan police, especially dct.iilwl for ; Unit puqwsu. The only nccujiauls wi-u (lie, liousekccpcrniid two children of tlu- .viiicidc. Sonic y«u.- ulco Pijrott boi'rmviKl £900 odd : fi'oni ;i willow named .Shield*, for which ho paid interest ijHsuierly. Sliield's h»1j-c- (jiioitlyi-osiiled in Pigott's house ;m a M;j:-t, : ;md Jkt Jud^in.^ w;is ;it tlie r.iu.- uf alimit .£70 pel1 amuun, lusttvul of jiayin.^ ...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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The Casual Labor Hoard [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 11 May 1889

The Casual Labor Board. A special report, presented to his Kxccllcncy the Oovcrnor by the Casual Labour Board Inquiry Com mission, was laid upon the table of the Legislative ? Assembly on Wednesday afternoon. The report states that the commission had concluded the actual : taking of evidence on what might he termed the de- ' part-mental working of the board. In the course of , the inquiry a matter which the commission believes j to bo of suiious import !-«.« arisen, involving tlie chairman of the board, the Hon. John Davis G.Sl.G. M.Iy.O. In their opinion the evidence tnken, and j the examination of such books and documents as i were available, disclosed grounds for the belief that i at least* grave irregularity, implicating Mr. Davies had been committed in three adfalcations, the first on the ICthMay, 1887, and tlie absolute re tention of L20 17s. 7d. ; then on the 26th Septem ber, 1887, of L52 3s. Id., and its retention from that date until the 1 5th February ; and again on the 19...

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 — 11 May 1889

WANTED, A COOK. Apply to Mn MADDKELL, HcUivaU;. WANTED, a SMART, INTELLIGENT LAD as APPRENTICE to the PRINTING. Apply to tliis Office. Brai&wood Skating Brink. mEXDERS WANTED for 3 MONTHS' SUPPLY 1 OF KEROSENE 150 test, Probable con sumption, 1 case jnii1 week. Tenders close 20th MAY. A. F31A.SER, Manager. Sands* Country IMreiiory and iinzetlev of Sew Smith Wales for I88» K»O. J^WislicJ Ijy authority of the Posttuitstcr-Gciicral. MR. C. 1). E. LIARUET is representing the Him of JOHN SANDS, in couueetiuu with th« above Work, and trusts to receive every eon siiU'iation ami assistance in completing this impor tant work. JOUS SANDS, Publisher, 374, -jcorj;e-street, .Sydney. Sydney, Slay fltli, 188'J. Tenders. rnEXDERS are inviteil for 0NJ3 MILE of TWO 1 RAIL SPLIT FJiXCIO on tlie Clyde Road. Epr particulars apply to ihcnuiiersignml. * ROBERT MADDKELL, iSedurvale. May 10th, 1889. THE ijose of Australia Lodge, O.U.O.O.F., MAJOR'S CREEK, wirx .CELEBRATE THEIR 26th ANNIVERSARY OX TH...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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Meekly Calendar. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 11 May 1889

Meekly Calendar. t» ,.««. w i ] Dayaof Sun j Sun IMooiib Daysof the Week Moiltn. Riecs j Seta. Ago. WudvksdaA- ? May 8 6 41 I 5 II f» Trobsdav ? „ 9 G 41 j 5 11 10 Friday ? „ 10 fi 42 ' 5 10 11 Satommy ? H 0 43 '? S 9 !2 Soswav ? „ 12 8 « 5 8 )3 Monday ? 13 « 45 I fl 8 J4 Tuesday ? „ 14 6 40 5 7 15 i iioo--'s riusK. Full Moon, May 15, at 4.47 p.m. The Braidwood Dispatch.

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 11 May 1889

New and Elegant designs imi ssErs carpets Wilton I'ile Carpels, Indian Carpels, Turkey Cni'jiels, Kensington Squares, ntid Tapestry CiU'|)eiK. We invite attention to those about to fur nish or renew their carpels to our unrivalled stock of these gonds. The styles are new, rich, circuit, unit distinctive, and suitable fur Drawing-rooms, Sitting-rooms, Dining timm*. Uud-rnoms, LniidiiigH, Stairt. Wo import nuly tlieltcst qualities, and our jniirs arc n' higher tlmn those quoted else where for inferinr miikes. R'igs. I'looi'olnllis, Linoleums and Mattings in great variety. il«i torus, with prices ami full particulars, SPllt. (Hist ffl'C (HI .lj(jlliv.'lthlil. We huvc .1 largo block of Alt, Cabinet und Vjilinlsti'i'.v furnitur*1 always an hand, iind v.c i :iii niiikc to any dc&ign if required. * Ihivitl Junes and CoiniMiny, CAUrlCT. I'LUOUCLOTH AND ART Furniture Warehouse. Omi'Ml:- I'.:? -'-.;: :-ni I'oel Office. -:;-;--i;-;e .??1in:i:v Sydney. CK.Vriit'Ui,— COMFORTING. EPPSSlIO...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 11 May 1889

LOCAL NEWS. SlIOAUMVJS!? HVDBAUUC Sl,OICIXG CuMPANY. — We stated in another issue that tho above Com pany liaJ Ihseii reorganized with a larger capital. Mr. Seinuics, the manager, has returned from Syd ney with the necessary authority to complete the whole of the surveva of the more extended works which are now to be undertaken. lo show the magnitude of the works the Company have secured the right to sluice certain portions of ground com mencing at Colombo and extending down to near Oallen, a distance oi 33 miles. The source of the race Ib twelve miles aliove Colombo at the junction of the Jembaicumbeuc Creek and Sboaluaveii River, from which the water is taken. The river has a good fall all the way down to Oallen and the first section of the race raises the water 130 feet above the river at Colombo where the first sluiciug Will commence. 'Die wholeof the ground taken up has been thoroughly prospected by means of shafts and tunnels, some' of the wash going as deep as SO feet with go...

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 — 11 May 1889

MARRIED. Os the SUi May at S. S. Peter mid Paul's Cathe dral, Oouluurn, by the Row Father Fallen, Michael J. McCooms of Goulburn to Sarah Assk, fourth daughter of Mb. T£K£-*cx McGiiatu of Colomho, near Braidw-ooil. Slrenne el Prosperi. SATURDAY, MAY II, 1889.

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LONDON. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 11 May 1889

LONDON. TJiumlav. Tlie Federal Council of Switzerland have expelled lifteen Russian tourists from Zou rich who were concerned in the recent dis covery of bombs. Archbishop Walsh considers tlie Land Lea'ue a defensive necessity for Ireland. Pcrrin, who iired the bland cartridge at President Carnot, has been declared to be in sane. The President sent money to Perrin's family. Later. The British Government have agreed to pay a subsidy of L75,O00 per annum towards the cost of a mail service connecting England with Canada, Australia and China. The Paris Exhibition is proving an im mense attraction. The daily average atten dance of visitors is 70,000, Archbishop Walsh declared that the Irish Lund League had diminished crime, secret societies having virtually ceased in the rural districts. He never denounced boycotting or intimidation, but considered them most reprehensible. ' It is stated that Sir Charles Russell's fees in the Times-ParneH case amount to 10,000 guineas.

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OUR TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY. 12.20 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 11 May 1889

OUR TELEGRAMS. (PIMM Ol'B OWN COKllESPOSDENT). SVDXEY. 12.20 p.m. ? At the stock mile* yesterday 900 cattle ? were yarded and the market vnU dull. Best I bullocks ))i-ouj|lit LI 1 7/9d. n.nd others from 1 L4 13/. 13,800 slieep were penned and prices I advanced a shilling to eighteen pence. Ucst I mcriiios fetclied 14/3d. and others from 0/. I In tlie Assembly lust night in reply to a I question tlie Premier said the report of the I Casual Labour Board Commission had been I referred to the Crown Solicitor with directions I to retain eminent counsel to go into tiie t- I oases, I In consequeiice of theillness of the Attorney 1 General Mr. Branker said he was prepai-ed to accept any desirable amendments oh the Land Bill. Friday luis been appointed au extra Government sitting day for the remain der of the session. The Publio Works Act Amendment Bill passed through committee with a few slight alterations. The Executive Committee Inive completed sill arrangements for tho reception of the H...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Parliamentary. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 11 May 1889

Parliamentary. The Legislative Assembly on Tuesday soe-n got throngh the questions ou tlie business paper, ami there was an unusual absence of questions without notice, Au utteinpt was made to expedite business hv Ifmitiiipr the fiinn alln-.i'Oil t*\ Jinn. ,m.m. bera for making their speeches. Mr. Wuildell moved his resolution to allow no member more than 40 minutes, except tiie mover of a substantive motion, or of the second reading of a bill, in which - asc an hour aud a-half Way be allowed. He ex plained that his object was to prevent the waste of time, by which a minority sought to rule the majority, contrary to the spirit of common sense. Mr. Fletcher did not see why they should abolish their privilege of free speech because a few liou. members abused it. Sir Heury Paikes said he would uot object to be limited to 15 minutes, fov he believed he could say as much in that time as m -st men. At the same time they could uot reduce ull to the same level. There would be no occasion fo...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CABLE MESSAGES. LONDON. MAY 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 11 May 1889

CABLE MESSAGES. (From the Sydney Papers.) LOUnfttJ. M.iv fi. The i-ilvei- wedding gift from the ladies of SoulJi Australia had been presented to tlie I'rinco and the lYiiiuess of Wales, who expressed their pleasure iu accepting the chat-wing gift. The Princess of Wales thanked Kir Edwin and Lady Smith fov their kiii'ine.s.s to her sous when in Adelaide. The police have visited the houses of Bonlangist ailliurcnts at Neuilly, and several arrests have al ready been niadu for complicity in alleged Uoulan cist agitations. IVrriii tha man who iired a blank revolver car tvidgj lit. the French President as M. Caruot was leaving the Elysee to-day, is apparently insane. May 1. The Paris Exhibition is now fairly advanced. Thu British secUou surpasses ull the rest. Iu the absence of Alderman Ue Keyset-, through illness, Sir Dillon Bell welcomed President Cavnot to the British Court on behalf ofthe executive. Sir Gra ham Berry, Mr. W. P. Walker, Sir W. Butter, Mr. & C. N.'Brudilou, with...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 11 May 1889

GENERAL NEWS. Mr. Vernon (Secretary to the Hailwav Depart ment), and Mr. Angus (engineer utlaulivd t-i tiie personal staff of the Railway C'linmUsiuimiv), (he members of the Board appointed to iinjiLii-c into the Railway accident near Xarianileru, ruumicd to Sydney ou Wednesday, but they have not yet sub mitted their report to the Railway Onuiui-siuiicrs. It appeals, from what can liu ascertained, that the accident arose through a subsidence of a remark able character in the middle of the urn ban km cut, right underneath the railway line. There was no slipping of the side of the embankment, ,w is usually the case when an accident of this kiml occurs. There had been a special inspection at tliu Una about «n hour before the accident took place liy u. platelayer, and everything was iu a satisfactory state. It is understood that no blame whatever can be attach&d to thestifi', ami tiie btatuiucni that the acekiaut was to be attributed iu any way to the recent retrenchment is with...

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A Struggle with a Burglar. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 11 May 1889

A. Struggle with a Burglar. A sensational capture of a burglar took place on Thursday morning in Willis-street, Ballarat East, at the residence of William Norman, an engine driver. .Shortly after two o'clock Norman was awakened by a uoise in his bedroom. He found that it was caused by a man who was busily engaged iu ransacking his trousers pockets. Norman spraug out and caught hold of the intruder. A desperate encounter then took place. The burglar struck his opponent several times oh the head with a jemmy, but Norman held on to his man, and they struggled out from the room along the passage to a doorway. Norman called out to his two sons, but the visitor had taken the precaution of locking the doors, and also of keeping the front door opeu iu case of a speedy exit being necessary. The robber succeeded in getting away fioui the elder Norman ; but he tripped in the doorway ; anil Norman clossing tiie door sharply, pinned him by the leg. Hy this time tlie sons had got round to the fro...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Condemned Man Buttner. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 11 May 1889

The Condemned Man Itnttner. The result of the trial of Buttner, condemned to death on the charge of having criminally assaulted the girl Jessie Lennox, from Bi isbanc, has caused a deal of excitement there. The Colonial Secretary Mr. B. I). Morehead, has written to the Colonial Secretary of New South Wales to-day, requesting him to make inquiries concerning the girl Lennox l-efore carrying out the dread sentence, and intima ting that there was a girl uamed Jessie Lennox — who was a girl of the streets in Brisbane, and had been on one occasion convicted of having robbed a Chinaman of a £3 note, and who had recently been dischaged from the Woogaroo lunatic asylum, where stic had been an inmate for a period of two years. It may lie that that there arc two girls of the same name, but it is thought that an inquiry should be made be made to ascertain the identity of each be fore the death sentence is carried out.

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Extraordinary Disasters. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 11 May 1889

Extraordinary Disasters. Adelaide, Monday. — A Bevies of disasters, due to phosphorous, is reported from Teimrie. Ou Sunday two lailfi procured some sticks of phos phorous which w.i» kept iu a jiir of water iu a case in a yard of a local chemist, and distributed the sticks to other boys, who took them home On ex posing the, stuff it ignited oil the body of a boy named Eucey, and he would liavo beeu burnt to death in the street had it nut been for a. gcntlenwu stripping Uie clothing off his body. Tlie boy is a fearful sight, ami very little liopu is entertained of his recovery. Other lads took the sticks into the during room of Slattery's Hotel. TliestuQ'at once blazcil up. iSoine girls who were there niaile their escape through the windows awl the boys ran through the lire. One of them was much iiurucd and the others more or less injured. The fire was put out. The post-office was nearly destroyed pw uig to tlie postmaster's son taking some sticks into tlie private dwelling. There th...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Some of the Unemployed. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 11 May 1889

Some of the Unemployed. An attempt to abuse the privilege of free passes for tiie uneniplodcd was frustrated at tiie Sydney Railway .Station on Monday night. About nine o'clock Constable Bennett, of Xo £ Division, who was ou duty ou the platform, noticed a number of men whom he recognised as frequuiitcrs of race courses in the capacity of ' spoelers' and ' montc men' ubiaiiiinu tickets for Hav by means of free passes which they ha.i received as unemployed. He called the attention of tlic stationinaster to the men and informed him as to their occupation, upon which tlie issue of tickets for Hay on free passes was slopped. Some few who hail taken their tickets iiu-l their seats were compelled to come out of the carriages, ami in doing so they drought their under* and-ovtu' tables with them. The constable obscr ted the men passing these articles of their occupa tion on the platform by a back way, and they were evidently endeavouring to stow them away in tbs carriages without being obse...

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 — 11 May 1889

Original Correspondence.     [It must be distinctly understood that we do not hold ourselves responsible for the opinions ex pressed by our correspondents.] Dear Sir, — In the enquiry into the cause of   death by drowning of my wife there is an error as to depth of well. The depth given is 19ft. and depth of water 17ft. The well is 4ft. in diameter, 29ft. deep and has 15ft. of water in it. I would not trouble you to correct the statement only that it mis leads the public at a distance.   I remain, Your obedient Servant, JAMES WARREN. Major's Creek, May, 6th 1889.

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A Man Attacked by Staghounds. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 15 May 1889

A Man Attacked by Stairlioumis. Tlie registi-.u1 of tho justice --t' the piNi._-(? i'(-\- the district o£ ltambouillet will have rea-oii to remember the Duchcssc «l'U/.es and her stsighounds. M. llaguy, the oth'cial in ques tion, was -juietly walking through the streets of the town on Saturday afternoon when the Duchesse and a brilliant hunting-party re prize a magnificent tcn-nntlered stag. Sud denly t/ie registrar was observed togo down. Tlie hounds made for him, and were about to tear him to pieces, when the huntsman whipped them away, but nut before the animals had pulled M'. M.iguy'.s eloilie-- to ribbons with their teeth and inflicted hurious injuries on his body.

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