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A Blunder by a Judge. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 15 May 1889

A Blunder l-y a .Indite. It is an ancient and honorable maxim of English Jaw (observes the London SMnil'iivf) that every wrong has its remedy against someone. If this good rule be not improved out of existence by inform, the unhappy go verness of Great (Jrinisby should be able, to get big damages some.wiicre. Shu brought an 'Station ij«ii« intelligible to th«j lay mind. To put sulphur upon a bedroom tire, to throw cold water over a person asleep, are assaults if anything short of wounds and assaults come under that title. The Governess charged her interesting pupils with these of fences, and their mother with abutting them. AH denied the accusat ion, though it does not seem to have boon disputed that tho sulphur and the cold water were udjuinistered by somebody. The County Court Judge non snitiiil the plaintif!' in regard to the, young ladies. But, sympathising with a fellow creature who. as (hey say, had fnughl at Ephesus, he amended . the plead ings, and gave the sutf'eror X00, to...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Czar and the Fortune-teller. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 15 May 1889

The Czar ami the Fortune-teller. A fctraii-jo story is going tlio round of tlic j Continental papers t« -3te following effect : — j Some 20 years ngo'tii'e present Cwii1, nt that ? tifit-? jtoir-npjwiivnt to tin; Hussian tliroiicfliad ! liyfoHmtc told ljy SV gipsy woman, wliom lio i met by accident while uut shooting. Tlic j gipsy, totally 'unaware of her casltni client's : nvnltari r:ink. examiner] Die luilill of liis liilld i *ec«Mrfi-j-iaiV«n, :wt\ jnv)\ilicsicfl mniiy tilings : to Iiim — amongst oilier*, that he should not j outlive his 4Cth Ijirtiulay. It is stated tlini ail ; her other forecasts have been realised, one i after another, greatly to the disquietude of j Alexander Alexamlrovieh, who is notoriously j superstitious. The Czar i-ntered upon his 45th year on the 1j0i.li M.-n-elt. mi'] lias ;ip- ; peaved to suffer from a. more than usually j severe depression of spirits sineis his birthday anniversary. His consort, whoso lms been j delicate for some past, is saH lo bo d...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 15 May 1889

I AUSTRALIA^ STORES. I Drapery! Drapery! 1 A Urge Assortment of New and Season 1 able Drapery to select from. I THE VALUE OFFERED IS UNAPPROACH I ABLU 1 See enr Vnliics in tbc New nnd I Fashionable Dress Goods. I In Trimmings ? Ribbons ? Laces ? Ulovcs ? Corsets ? Hosiery ? Embroideries ? Flannels (ull colors) ? Calicoes f. m ?) Hollands m Damasks I Ladies' and Children's Ulsters, &c, &c. I BOYS', YOUTHS' & MEN'S CLOTHING. I special Value offered in Woollen Goods 1 Of all Descriptions. r A Large Assortment or Boots & Shoes I at exceedingly Low Prices. I GROCERY, CROCKERY, IRONMONGERY I Ami other Departments are also WELL STOCKED I PURCHASERS will find the PRICES TO BE OF I THE LOWEST iiml that the VALUE OF I FERED CANNOT BE EQUALLED. 1 J. MAHER. I . -A— I Juvenile Entertainment I WILL BE CIVEN IS I St. 3ede's Hall, Braidwood, 1 Friday, May24ti, 1889. I Doors ojkui at 7.30 p.m. I TICKETS, 2s. 1 ShihIs' Country Directory and 1 Gazettcr of New South Wale...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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A Dependent Citizen. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 15 May 1889

A I-ej:ei«leiil Citizen. The following story is told of a well-known member of the bur in Alleghnny county, New York; than whom there never lived « ' gentler,' kindlier spirit. 'With the scholarly | iitWiinmen'ts and profound knowledge of legal ; lore, he possessed the simple dependent juituve of.»a .child, iiiul, it may be added, ji' childX titler miilelessness and faith in hits kVlW. ?' His wife, fortunately for the worldly success o£ the p«if, %vais slipewd andpraoticiil in si marked degree ; upon iior strong indepen dence of character Judge Q- ? leiined liejivily, except 'within (he domain of his pro fession, where, curiously enough, his opinions were singularly prompt and infallible. In j domestic and social circles, however, iie de- j furred to Mrs. C ? in the simplest mutters, and so habitual had this state of things became tlmt it did not oecur to either of them that there was anything unusual in it. From donning his winter llannels to leading a card «t the whist-table he ne...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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Lord Lonsdale's Arctic Trip. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 15 May 1889

Lord Loiisdiilc's Aivtir Trip. One of the inopt remafk«»le Arctic jour neys on record in that of whiclin brief descrip tion luisgust lieen received from a Moravian missionary ah Alaska fy' n friend in BetVile hem, Pa.(say.s tlic Sax Phancisco ]2\-ahiner( ? The hero of' tin's story is Ifiigh Cecil Lowtlicr Esirl of Li»isd»lc. As lie appeared in the . street* of this i.itv two venrs nun, wlien he aehievin^ unenvialilu notorieiy as the wan ger and 5'i'toi:ior of llisil. lively Ofticly act ress, Miss Violet OvuK'i-itn. Lord Lnus:Me wax a sturdy you ii.l' fellow uf 30. nearly fift. i.dl. He iia'd |in.-viously ac-i«!irerl jci-lebrity in Eu^'liind through the pitiseuution of a libel siiil against Edward Yii-i-k. the editor of the'AVonMi., Tor tbf rust,, lus Jonlship was knbwn ,-is n » clever rider to hounds- -one of the best irrosri-coimtry men in Luicestsliire ?-- a skilful buiior and phji-liv frllow generally. ' It Was aii'nounced a little over a year ago that Uic jra'y yoimjr ii.ibkniia...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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Parliamentary. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 15 May 1889

Parliamentary. Mr. Bruce Smith, in the Legislative Assembly on Thursday, moved the second reading of the Public Works Act Amendment Bill. After poiutuig out that circumstance had peveuted the roappoiutmeuts of the committee, he explained the amendment which the bill proposed, the chief of which was to make the appointment of the committee to extend over the whole duration of the Parliament, instead of being only for the session as hitherto. It was also proposed to reduce the quorum from seven to live members, and to give the committee power to appoint sectional committees to visit the scenes of intended public works. It was further provided that in the event of a dissoution the evi dence taken by the committee should be referred ou to the now committee when appointed. There were a few minor amendments which he intended to introduce in committee. He urged the House to pass mi uui as booh iis possime, in order tuac tne numerous public works which were so urgently re quired might be ca...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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OUR TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, 12.27 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 15 May 1889

OUR TELEGRAMS. ? ♦ ? (FJtOM Ol'll OWN UOUKKSI'O.VDKNT). SVDNEy. 12.27 i\m. At the Stock sales yesterday 070 cattle were yarded and the dununu was animated and prices advanced ten shillings per head, beat bullocks bringing L9 10s. and others from L5 0s, 14,300 sheep were penned, principally medium, best uwiiioa fetching 15s. und others from fls. Od. At yesterday s wool sales competition was active and prices were (inn for all desuriptions, greasy The Home Rule meeting yesterday in Her Majesty's Theatre was u great success aud the proceedings were most enthusiastic throughout. Over L200U were coUoeted towards tho Irish National League. Mr. J. H. Want addressed a large meeting at Paddiugtou last night, announcing himself us u. consistent Freetrader and promised unqualified support to tho present Government. Tho Premiers of tlie various Australian cilnuiea ?? have received communications from tho Imperial Government in regard to the Chinese qiiesliou. ' l_)r. Figg, a Government Medical ...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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Mining. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 15 May 1889

Mining. Little Gem G. M. Co.— The following is nn ex tract from the Directors' Report tip to 30th ult, ' Up tuthe present time there has been 340 tons of stone raised, of which 3-t7 has been treated, for the yield of 362 ozs. * dwts of gold, which is valued at £4 2b (id per oz. There are now 193 tons on the surface awaiting treatment. In the working of the mine it has been sunk to a depth of 110 feet. We arc dowu 4(5 feet lower than the first level, where the reef is iilliug to G feet, and being i fuet at the iovol, it io jutiuiisiny in size ; and tlie gold shows freely. It js estimated that h an oz. will pay well in this lode, but more than that is expected. Two of the directors visited the mine last week, aud were highly pleased with the properly, and returned to Sydney with the intention of having the power of machinery increased, so as to cope with the large amount of stone available. The Little Own is sit prciciit under the management of Mrs. Jos. Duroton (Uuely mining manager ...

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CABLE MESSAGES. LONDON, MAY 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 15 May 1889

GABLE MESSAGES. (From the Sydney Papers.) LONDON, Mav 9. Sir Charlec Russell, leading counsel for Mr. Par ucll, who was sharply rebuked at the previous sitt ing of the Commission by the President, Sir James Hauneu, for the iiou-produetiou of all documents, has apologised to the President. The examination of Archhishnp Walsh was con tinued. The Archbishop deposed that iu his op inion the Irish Laud League hail admini*Ued crimes The secret societies which started after Mr. ParneU's arrest had now virtually ceased iu the rural dist ricts. The article iu the Irishman- was abomin able, aud he disapproved of many of the articles publUed in the Uniteii Irej-anb. He never de nounced boycotting or intimidation, through he con sidered them most reprehensible. He disapprovej of Mr. ParneU's advice co the people to shun men taking farms from which former tenants hud been evicted. He objected to the publishfhg of the black list of non-Leaguers. London, May 10. Mr. Balfour, the Chief Secretary fo...

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Arrival of the Irish Delegates in Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 15 May 1889

Arrival of Hie Irish Delegates in Sydney. A gathering of some thousands of men, women, and children thronged the Redftira Railway Station on .Saturday, to welcome Mr. John Dillon, M.I'., Sir Thomas Esmond and Mr. John Deasy, on their arrival iu Sydney. There were present— The Hon. R. K. O'Coiuior, M.L.C. ; Messrs. fJarvau, Fletcher, Slattery, au-l Hogau, Ms. L. A. ; Mr. F. H. Free hill, the otficers of the Hibernian Society, the ollieers oftheA.H.C. Guild aud the officers and members or tnc ftuainrock -jiul-, together with a large number of Roman Catholic clergymen, and Mr. J. Knwright, the President of the Maitland National League, all of whom had assembled on the platform where thotraiu wus to run in. About 3 o clock the excitement visibly increased, and shortly afterwards the traiu steamed slowly iutu the station. Immediately it came to a standstill the tall form of Mr. John Dillon aud h is companions was picked out by the crowd, aud ringing cheers went up. The crowd was so dense...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 15 May 1889

WANTED, A COOK. Apply to Mm. MADDRELL, Bedervale. Notice. 4 LL PERSONS are CAUTIONED AGAINST J\. SHOOTING iu the Araluen Paddocks after this date. Auy person doiug so will Ik) PROSK CUTED without respect to persons. Uy order of HASSALL, ROBERTS & ROYDS. Ar&lueii, May 13, 1889. Notice to Opossum Shooters. '\T0TICE is hereby given that any person found 1\ SHOOTING ou the PACK.WOOU ESTATE after this date will be PROSECUTED. FRED. STEWARD. Paekwood, 14th May, !889. impoundings. ELRINGTOK.— Impounded at Elrington on the Uth day of May, from Bcudoura, by order of Mrs. F. Bell. Damages and driving, oil. 1 Chr.su ut Horse, branded like --s over 7 near shoul der, white face, long tail, shod all round, broken in, aged, 17 hands. I 1 Black Marc, T over J {J reverseSJ ttear^hind foot white, aged, 14 hands. Brown Pony Mare, ML near shoulder, etarou fore head, joint off tail, aged, 13J hands. Expenses to date of advertising, 9s 6d e^ch. If nut released will be sold at this Pound a...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 15 May 1889

GENERAL NEWS. The Committee of Elections and Qualifications brought up iu the Legislative Assembly oil Thursday their report with regard to the petition presented against the return of Mr. Perry as ouc of the mem bers fur tlie Richmond. Thu finding of the com inituie whs as follows -.—That John Perry, one of the members for ihe Richmond, was not at thetimc of his '.lectiiin, ami is not at the present time, tlie holder nf an oiliee of profit under tlie Crown : that ne is inn iiiNjiiitmied trum sitting or voting as a muniber of tli« legislative Assembly ; that the petition is frivuloua uuj vexations. That the sum of L3 r.s. ..ut of the sum of L100 already lodged by the petitioner be awarded to the sitting member '|..r...i.ds Ulb COStS uiu' ..;tt. Mr. Sitiipsoii.ttttornijy.gciicral, continues seriously The minister for mines has given a good deal of consideration to the question of the refunding of deposits to unsuccessful applicants for mining leases. Persons who have been desirous of...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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LONDON. MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 15 May 1889

LONDON. MOXBAV. The powers have agreed to restrict the sale of firs arms aud liquor in Sunion. AU the powers possess equal commercial rights. The Committee appointed by the conference recommended a tripartite admini stration for thr municipal district of Apia. Tho Natives will be allowed to elect a king. England has assumed a neutral attitude. Fifty police surprised the Baccarat Club in Park Place, London, on Sunday and fifteen jrere arrested including Lords Dudley, Lurgan and P*ulet and Messrs. Merry, Bciikoii, £15,000 in cash were seized * Forty-seven persons have also been arrested at the Adelphi Club for gambling. Five thonnaud sovereigns shipped in the Iberia at Sydney have been stolen during the vessel's stay ou Melbourne. LlTKlt. It is again rumoured that there is every probabi lity of one of the ioy.il Princes being appointed Lord Lieutenant nf Ireland. The evening paper* suppress all mention of the gambling case. It came out in evidence that Lord Dudley lost £5000 and Lord ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 15 May 1889

£50 reward £50 feaud & deceit. In order to protect the people from being defrauded and clieated, the American Hop Bitters Company offers the above Reward for the arrest and conviction of -'.ny person or persons refilling the American Hop Bitters Company's boUliS, 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. DR. SOULE'S 3MERICHN HOP ♦ BITTERS (A MEDICINE, NOT A DRINK), HIH'S, 111.011!, MAMIltAKU, iiv-oi:i.««»\. AND THK I'L-BKSI JIM) I'.IMT Mr.l.lCM. QuMJTIUfir .M.i. m her ISmsus. THEY CXXStE All Hisuusiw of tin- Siomacli. limvi-ls, lllood. Liver, Kltlnt-vx aii'l i:iiiiar.v Organs, Ncrvouwims, Skqilcw netrs, i'tli-alL- Couipl.iiill' and DruntCIDICSS. THOUSANDS UPON THOUSANDS ! ! ! nr t--»riiii»niuU uf (he iuott wonJi-iIul cures, volun tnily wrtrt «s, «-v .lo nut imlilieti llicm, as tlmy -io not niaki the ture. It ...

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Hereford's Acid Phosphate. FOR ABUSE UP ALCOHOL. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 15 May 1889

Horsford's Acid Phosphate For Abuse ok AijCOUOl. It relieves the depression therefrom.

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Weekly Calendar. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 15 May 1889

Weekly Calendar, t*,, , rti.ww.tr Buys of Sun ' Sun Moons Daysof the Week M(mUl Ri8C8 Sct8. Age. Wed*ksiiay ? May 15 $ 4(5 5 G 16 Tiivrsbav ? „ 16 « 47 i 5 5 JT Friday ? , 17 « 48 i 5 4 18 Satuhdav ? 38 0 48 S 4 1» SiwiiAY ? 59 i 0 4!) ; S 3 20 Monday ? 20 C 30 I 5 3 21 Tuesday ? „ 21 0 51 \ '. 2 22 I moon's wiase. Moon's Last Quarter, May 13, (it 7.58 a.m. The Braidwood Dispatch. Slretmt ct Prosper^. WEDNESDAY, MAY 15, 1889.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 15 May 1889

New and Elegant designs BRUSSELS CAKPEIK Wilton Pile' Carpets, Indian Carpets, Turkey Carpets, Kensington Squares, mid Tuircstry Carpets. We invite attention to those about to fur nisli or renew their carpets to our unrivalled «tocfc of tliese goods. The styles luc new, rich, elegant, iind distinctive, ami suitable for Dfsuwing-ronms, Sitting-rooms, Dining ii)i)iii$, Bed-rooms, Landings, Sfca[r». We import only tliebcst tjualitics, ami uur prices arc no higher than those quoted else where (or interior makes. U ugs, Floorelotlis, Linoleums and Mattiuys in great variety. I'.tUcras, with prices and full particulars, sent, post free on application. We have a. large stuck of Ait, Cabinet and rnlmlrtury furniture always on hand, aud wp t-an make to miy design 'if reiuiircd. Onvid .Iditcs iind -Vu»i»an.v. cMti'irr. ii.oowi.oth and akt i'liniiturc IV.-iivhoiise. Opposite the Crucial 1'ost Ulliec. (il-'olMJ-E NTIJKET, SYDNEY. ~~r7r 'iKATEFUL -COMFORTING. EPPS^COCOA. BREAKFAST. 'x-Y a thoroug...

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Braidwood Police Court. TUESDAY, MAY 14. (Before Messrs. J. Wallace and R. Llewellyn.) [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 15 May 1889

Brniilwood Police Court. Tuesday, May 14. (Before Messrs. J. Wallace and R. Llewellyn.) Drunkenness. — John Ryan was charged with having been drunk and disorderly and also with the use of obscne language and assault. The first charge was dismissed. For the obesette language; he was fined 10s. or twenty four hours iu gaol mid for the assault lie was allowed to pay 40s- or to take up Iub abode in gaol for fourteen dayB. Dicirs-K and DisoitDERLV. — George Green was fined IDs for using obscene language or to abide two days in gnol, and for the more serious charge of ex posing his person he was fined 40s or to take the alternative of fourteen days ia durance vile.

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 15 May 1889

LOCAL NEWS. An ImI'Uoved Smki.toii. — A telegram in the S. M. Hkbai.u from Broken Hill reports the success of the Cornish Smaller in one of the mines then:. The proprietors, it is stated, claim for it several im portant advantages, the chief one being that the consumption of coke ia only 30 per cent., against 25 to 30 per cent, necessary with the water-jacket smelters. If this smelter runs successfully for a month, its small size, capability of work, and cheap ness in erection sliouM lie of considerable advantage to small companies. FohrfirTBDCONDiTiDXAi.PcKcitASES.— Theunder- ineiitioncd portions of Crown Laud, conditionally purchased under the Crown Lands Alienation Act of 1801, the Lands Acts Aineudtneut Act of 187-5, the Lands Act Amendment Act of J 880, and the Crown Lands Act of 3884, as well as all Conditional Leases or rights attached thereto, are hereby de clared forfeited ; but such forfeiture shall not take effect until the expiration of thirty cle ir days after this noti...

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Tragedy in Vienna. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 18 May 1889

Tragedy in Vienna. A terrible crime was committed recently at. Brigittenau, a suburb of Vienna, by a 'woman named Julianna Zechner, the wife of a market-ga rd«ner. The family was in deep distress from poverty, and shortly after the husband left home in the morning with vege tables for the Vienna market his wife poured a, quantity of petroleum over the beds in winch thciv hve children, ranging in age from a baby of ten weeks to one of ten years were sleeping and set the bedclothes alight. The woman then went and threw herself into a well, from which her dead body has since been recovered. The two oldest children who slept together, awoke before the flames readied them, and ran oft' to alarm the neigh bours. When the latter arrived they found two of the other children badly burned ; one of them is not likely to survive its injuries. The youngest child curiously enough escaped unhurt. It appears that the woman was of unsound mind, having shown symptoms of mental derangements since the ...

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