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Sensational Attempt to Rob a Mine. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 18 May 1889

Sensational Attempt to Rob a Mine. The Sandhurst conrapoudent of the Mel bourne Argiis states tlj.-itu sensational .shoot ing affair occurred early on Sunday in the undwgi'ound workings of tlic North John son Mine, California Gmlly. The manager, Mr. Frank Agiiew, suspected that some of the good stone was being removed surrepti tiously from the mine, :i»d on Saturday night, niter the last shift was completed at 11 o'clock, the manager, the lander, and the engine-driver went below to watch. They ensconced themselves in the 1130ft. level. After a time two men came along the level, with lighted candles in their hands. One remarked, ' It's all right ; no one's here.'' The lander laconically remarked. ' Oil yes, there is,' an:l presented n revolver at one of the interlopers. Both men then bleA- out their caudles, and ran back along the level. The lander lied three shots after them and the watchers followed the men. One of them who was eventually found hidden behind a shoot, was captured, ...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 18 May 1889

WANTED, HOUSE or BULLOCK TEAMS for drawing ironstone Quarry about fivo milea from Mine. Apply MANAOFR KOHI 00R MIXE, Captain's 3?Ut.

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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LONDON. THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 18 May 1889

LONDON. TnUESDAY. it is expected tliat tlie Samoan Conference vvill advise the establishment of a dual con control over tho native Government in Samoa. Turkey is jealous at the French political activity in Syria. Later. The widow of Mr. Irving Bishop, tlie thought-reader, whose death was annormced a few days ago, asserts her husband was dis sected while in a cataleptic trance. He had frequently Jain for 48 hours.in state of cat alepsy She states autopsy was performed before the friends or relatives of the decea sed. In his will Bishop directed that his body should remain untouched until it had decomposed. His widow and friends accuse the doctors of murder.

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Original Poetry. WOMAN'S WORK. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 18 May 1889

Original Poetry. WOMAN'S WORK. Some socm lo think that girls were born To elilsh and slave all day, To start ilieir duties with tlio dawn And drudge the hours away ; That they were just designed and meant To iron, cook nml sow, Or rub and scrub like servant* scut To slave for mini below. From sis to six is Jiftrd for men, And well they know it, too, But what 1b that from five till ten, Which many women do, Ami then the nature of their toil Precludes u chance of spell ; They have tojnakc, to bake, to boil, Anil scrub and scour as well. A hungry wolf conies in at six, His daily toil is o'er; Ho di-cjw into a chair and kicks His boots across the floor j Then wonders why a woman won't Pish up decent dull', Or tells her plainly that she don't Exert herself enough. Wlicu tea is done poor tired man SitK down and smokes his clay, The woman hurries all she can To clear the things away. Her day's toil is not finished yet ; For trotting to nnd fro, .She puts on extra speed to get An hour or tw...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 18 May 1889

1 XTT ANTED, ft situation as HOUSEKEEPER or ? !\V COOK. References, Messrs. Jos. M'Donald ? ii'd C. B. Payne, and Bev. S. F. Mackenzie. fl j[_ p., Free Trade Stores. I Amateur &thletio Club. E* NTBIES for the lfiO YARDS HANDICAP must bo in before 8 o'clock NEXT MON f mY- __ ? COMMITTEE please mcejt at Tatlersall's at 8 1 ''clock 8harp. 3 ^ MOUONEY, ? - . Hon i-go(J I 'braidwood choral society I rpHE Copies of the new.Caiitate, ? I 'The Haymaker,' I HvG F Boot, have now been obtained. Mem I bers will please MEET FOB REHEARSAL on I TUESDAY EVENING NEXT, 2)Bt instant, at I 8pW- H. A.COBB, I - Hon. Sec. ~AnWy WAYJ5JARH MONEY ! L OOK up all your OL1) LETTERS and collect all the AUSTRALIAN STAMPS and for I ward to the undersigned, who pays tlio Highest Cash Prices for them. Prices range as high as £2 I Cadl- ? F. HAGEN, i * 317, George-street, Sydney. ; BRAIDWQOD PROTECTION LEAGUE. Mr. K Melville, M.P., AND MESSRS. SLATTERY AND RYRIE, M's.P. WILL Deliver Addresses (Under the auspi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 18 May 1889

CELEBRATE© ORIENT CLOTHING, FOR ? THE MOST ^VH^XY^nm^V^t^A^ ECONOMICAL, SHOPPING BY POST. SEND FOR SAMPLES. GENTLEMEN'S FIRST QUALITY St)lTS, ? 33s 6d EXTRA ? „ ,, ? 4Os ' ' SPECIAL ,, „ ? 47s 6d to 50s ' CHOICE WORSTED &?:., SUITS - 60s „ REGULATION SERGE „ ??? 4°» „ CHEVIOT „ „ .» 45s ; BLACK WORSTED SAC ? 5»s „ „ „ COATS ... 28s 6d WALKING „ ... 35s Rnd 39s 6d ' TAY TWEED TROUSERS — 10s6dl2s6d 14s6dandl6s6d WORSTED . ... 15s 6d 18s 9d and !9s 6d ' BLACK ., I; - 16s6dl6s6d»nd20. DOFSXIN ??? 20* PatteriwrDiagramB aiid directions for Befr-Tnefcrorvnent sent port free to «11 parts of the DAVID JONES* & COMPANY, OBIE3STT or.OT3E3IIB.HS, Opposite the General PoBt Office. GEOBGB STREET, SYDNEY ^?????????^????HBSSCMHmP^H'1''19 Physician1* Cora ^^^^^?^W^^^SJw^WllW^'' Gout, Bheumatio I B 1 1 ^ -1^1 ^B ^™ ^B ? A B Hj^?l Groat and Gravel: th« I |f ? 8 a^ ? a? I ''?J MW^fl 8V v ''^sF'J ?»'??* *nd most ? entla ^^^^^^a^a^aHHHBABHlHBHMHBBBIfedici&e *°* InfftntB» The Vnirt...

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Parish Roads. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 18 May 1889

Parish Roads. It having been deemed expedient to open and I make the following parish roads, notice is given that plans and and books of reference showing the intended lines of the roads in Question are po)v dc-r posited at the office of the SurVeyor-GcrieralTfl Sydj ncy raid at the police offices mentioned : — ' ? ' Road through portions Nos. 28, 10, 140, and 109, 'being part of a road iiom -©aeanW+an tfewttgr Rmidwooii. narish of .linfflemSiev. BOtmtv of M»ff- ray. Name t)t*epiitcd owner or accupier through whoso property we'road passes : — Robe.it (UffoMr c.p,, Plains, &c, at police office, Braidwood. Ob jections to be sent to the Clark of the- Executive Council within a month from 30th April. Part of road from Foxlowe toHoskingtowu, viss. : -^ronYfb&tllrom Jjungondbrc to Captain's Flat, within T. Wood's (now ft. Osborne's) 640 acres, parish of Yanununbeyau, to bouudaay road at the south -eastern corner of G. Hopkins' 40 acres, C.P. position No, 219, parish of Mol...

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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 18 May 1889

GENERAL NEWS. ? A ? There are 300 unemployed encamped near Bourke and the residents of that place have decided to pro test to the Colonial Secretary against the practice of sending penniless men from Sydney to that dis trict. The resideuts further decided to point oat to the Government that work should ba provided for the men, iiiree memoers 01 tue oaivition Army Have ueen sant to prison by the Sandgate (Q.) Bench, for having refused to pay a fine of £3 and costs for playing musical instruments iu the streets. The decision of the Bench iu eight other similar coses was adjourned. The municipal authorities offered to withdraw all the cases if the Salvationists gave a guarantee only to match through the streets on Saturdays and Sundays. The sum of LI 192 has been received by the Bris bane central committee towards -the Paruell indem nity fund. Tlie Bftilway Commissioners are stated' to be1' willing to erect chilled meat sheds nt Bourke, aud to build suitable cars for the transit of the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 18 May 1889

£50 REWARD £50 FRAUD & DECEIT. In order to protect the people from ' being defrauded and cheated, the American Hop Bitters Company offer* the above Reward for the arrest and conviction of -!-.ny person or person* refilling the American Hop Sitter* Company's bottles, and for selling tiny vile nostrum or compound as the genuine and original Or. Soule's Ameri can Hop Bitters, or for counterfeiting the Company's Label — ft Bunch of Green Hops on ft White Label, with Black Letters. OR. SOULE'S KMER1CKN HOP * BITTERS (A MEOtOINE, NOT A DRINK), comm HUPS. BVCHV, MANDBAKE, DANDELION. Ass Tin Putin un But Msdiom, QtULmu or - ii* orm- Birnuu. TSCETV- CURB All DIimih ot the Stomtch, Bweli, BJooi, U*tt, Kldneyi mi Urinary Orguu, Kcrroumeu, Sleeplen - new, i'tvalt Complaint! and Drunkenness. THOUSANDS UPON THOUSANDS!!! ol testimonials of the most wonderful ourei, volun tarily sent u», we do not publlita them, u they do not nuVe the cure. It li our medicine, Dr. Soult's Austrian Hop Bitte...

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For Sick Headache. USE HORSFORD'S ACID PHOSPHATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 18 May 1889

For Sick Headache. ITse Horsford's Acjd Phosphate. Da. Jso. Lambe, M.R.C.S., West Villa, Shur. dington, No. Cheltenham, Eng., says : ' It pro duced .good results in sick headache and brain prostration, tranquillizing the irritation, giving comfortable sleep. Also iu a case of dyspepsia, with great distension aftet meals, and flatulency.'

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Original Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 18 May 1889

Original Correspondence. [It must bo distinctly understood that we do not hold ourselves responsible for the opinions ex pressed by our correspondents.] (TO THE EDITliR OF TIIE DISPATCH). hlH, — Allow me to to point out to Messrs. Styles and Kershaw in re the sale of the piano, that by P.ule XV of the Literary Institute xo rROPEmi' can be nlienaied unless after approval of the gene ral meeting. This rnle, I presume will apply to the contemplateJ sale of the old magazines as well as the piano. I am, ic, SUBSCRIBER.

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A Story of Washington's Boyhood. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 18 May 1889

A Story of Washington's Boyhood. In his early boyhood George Washington was one day in Alexandria, looking at some beautiful Maryland thoroughbreds, brought by a dealer to the town to sell. Of course the lad had no thought of buying, and after patting and admiring the fine animals turned to leave, when the dealer jokingly offered to give him one of the most spirited of these hoi-ses if lie could manage to keep his seat on its back as far as Mount Vernon and back agiiin. Young Washington, with sparkling eyes eagerly accepted the challenge, and to tlie surprise and alarm of the lookers-on, when the fiery creature was brought out and saddled with difficulty, managed to spring into the saddle and seize the reins. Like an arrow the swift steed was oft' and out of sight. Next day when the gossips around the market-place were still shaking their heads over the rashness of that boy Major Laurence Washington had taken to live with him at Mount Vernon, George, sitting easily upon the now tann...

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Roller Flour v. Stone Flour. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 18 May 1889

Roller floor v. Stone Flour. A discussion, says the Melbourne Argos too place ou Tuesday night at the Trades hall, Mel bourne, before the millers' and bakers' trades uuiou societies, on the question of 'Roller Flour versus Stone.' The discussion was between Mr. S. M. Harvy (a retired working miller) and Mr. J. L. Wilson (the president of tlie millers' society). The chair was occupied by Mr. Hodingtou, M r. Harvey, opened the discussion, jsmdjJitaf^yrtvibusly 'and ar jyiW«ae qWestiou without convincing each other, iLU.Uli.lj lluMJL UCQU UClvtlUIUUU l*J UULUOq *lj UttUiC uiu millers' and bakers' societies, with the hope that perhaps it might lead to further consideration amongst the younger members of the societies. On the general question, he contended that the prin cipal advantage of the roller system was that it flattened the bran or busk of the wheat aud also tlie germ, instead tf pulverising them, as was done bv Btpiift svstem, aud consequently rendered it easier to sift them Iro...

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OUR TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY. 11.40 A.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 18 May 1889

OUR TELEGRAMS. ? * ? (FEOM OOB OWK COBRESPOMJENT). SYDNEY. 11.40 A.M. Iii the Assembly last night Mr. M'MiUan, in answer to Mr. Ryrie, said that tbe report of the Railway Commissioners regarding the Tarago to Braidwood line would be submitted to the Cabinet. At the Romebush stock sales yesterday 1160 cattle were yarded and prices were easier, the highest average for bullocks being £9 15/- and others from £5 7/6d. 17.600 sheep were peuued aud late rates were well maintained. Best merinos brought 14/1 Id. and others from 7/4d. The Elections and Qualifications Commit tee have brought up a report declaring that the sittiug members were duly elected for tbe Hastings and that tlie petition was frivo lous and vexatious. £30 was voted Jronj the *1UU deposit to defray witnesses expenses. Mr. Lyne resumed the Land Bill debate. He thought the Minister should not have attempted such comprehensive legislation, but introduced a smaller bill to amend a few matters urgently required. He would sup p...

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A City of Fads. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 18 May 1889

A City of Fads. New York « a city of f«3s. Two years ago it was palmistry for half a season, and uo woman felt herself secure of her position unless the map of her hands had been duly explained. Now they are all having their hands and feet photographed, or they were a few months ago. Lost winter' some women set the fashion of writing ' Town' on the address of a letter instead of 'City,' and the consequence was that nil the letters went to Iowa — the average feminine hand being as easily interpreted one way as anouier. When everybody had lost their letters, and all the Christmas presents had gone wrong and the postmaster had complained through the press, the fashion stopped, aud benighted is the woman who writes 'Town' on her envelope to-day. At the same time it became the custom to write out the heading of a letter in full. For instance, ' New York — Three Hundred Fifth Avenue — DeceinbertheFirst.' But this involved a good deal of effort, and also fell into disuse. When Mr. Daly pro...

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One Member Strikes Another. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 18 May 1889

One Member Strikes Another An unpleasant scene occurred ou Tuesday even ing on the Balcony of Parliament House between Mr. D. O'Connor, Postmaster-Geueral, ami Thomas Walker, one of the members for Northumberland. It is stated that Mr. O'Connor was conversing with two or three members soon after tea, when Mr. Walker came up and made some reference to Mr. I). O'Connor's action when the Redmond Brothers were 111 Sydney and liis conduct since Mr. Dillon and the Irish delegates arrived. Mr. Walker, it is said, called Mr. O'Connor a hypocrite aud struck lim ou the shoulder, Mr. O'Connor pushed Mr. Walker away, and some members interfered. Upon the advice of bis friends Mr. O'Connor s )ou after wards left the building and did not return. Another version of the case is that Mr. O'Connor, when the remark was made by Mr. Walker, struck the lion, member a blow in the face. Hou. members who saw the affair generally maintain a discreet silence as to the actual particulars. Fuller particulars re...

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CABLE MESSAGES. LONDON, MAY 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 18 May 1889

GABLE MESSAGES. (From the Sydney Papers. ) LONDON, May 13. The Sugar Bounties Convention Bill, which is being opposed by several influential members of the Conferative party, as well as by other parties in the House of Commons, has been postponed by the doverument till after the Whitsuntide recess. Iu the meantime the Goxernment promise to carefully rc-consider the whole matter. M»v li it nas oeen discovered that Dr. Cronin, who was supposed to have beeu murdered iu Chicago in order to prevent certain disclosures being made as to the alleged misappropriation of the funds of the Irish National League, fled to Toronto iu order to avoid the Clau-na-Gael executioner. Sir James Fergusson, Political Secretary to the Foreign Office, states that no reports have been received as to the alleged persecution of Protestant natives at the Island of Mare, in the Loyalty Group. The colliers on strike in Westphalia have stub bornly refused to accept the conditions submitted by the masters. A large n...

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Extraordinary Seine at the Paris Morgue. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 18 May 1889

Extraordinary Scene at the Paris Morgue. The morgue (says the Paris correspondent of the Daily Telegraph) was surrounded by a howling and angry mob, The burglars who plundered the villa at Auteil and cut the throat of the caretaker of the house were taken to the morgue for the purpose of the \iBual ' confrontation' with the corpse of the victim ; and as they were entering and leav ing the dead-house the people roared and made ineffective dashes at them. II. Guillott, the Juged'Inetruction, bad arranged an estra-dram.itic bit of business for the occa sion ; having brought down to the mortuary Mdme. Bourdon, the mother of the man who hod been murdered by the burglars. The magistrate had done this for the purpose of making an impression on the miscreants, who are all hardened iu crime, and whom the mere spectacle of a dead body would not wove. Allorto, the Italinn, who was cap tured on the night of the burglary, was the first prisoner examined at the morgue. He said that when he and hi...

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Parliamentary. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 18 May 1889

Parliamentary. There were only five questions on the business paper of the Legislative Assembly ou Tuesday, which were very quickly disposed of. Some peti tions were presented, and Ministers laid papers upon the table. Then, as usual, there were some questions without notice. . The orders of the day were called on at a few miuutes before 5 o'clock. The first matter on tho paper was the further consideration in committee of the whole of the Ministerial 'Election BUI, the secoud rending of which was carried some time ago by 43 to 20. The first clause was put and discussed at great leugcii, t»c specclies, however, being cn irely a repetition of those made for and against on the second readiug of the bill Au amendment was moved by Mr. Gould, the effect of which was to embody in one clause the two clauses in which the bill was originally drawii. A t about 20 minutes past 9 the question was put 'That the words pro losed to be omitted staud apart of the clause.' Ou this a division was call...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 18 May 1889

Jicw and Elegant designs BRUSSELS CARPELS, Wiltou Pile Carpets, Indian Carpets, Turkty CarpeU, Kensington Squares, and Tapoetry Carpet* a We invite attention to those about to fur- -^ ; niih or renew their carpets to our unrivalled e'- ?lock or tlicie goods. The styles are new, ?«- rich, elegant, and distinctive, and suitable ™ {or Drawing-rooms, Sittlng-roomi, Dining ?» rooms, lied-roomc, Landingf, SUiri. '* We import only the best qualities, and our £- price) are no higher than those quoted d«e. ** Tvlierc for inferior makes. '?' Hugs, Floorcloth!!, Linoleums and Matting* J™ in great variety. |u Patterns, with prices and full particular!, 'i' ?tut i)o«t free on application. *'el We have a Urge stoclt of Art, Cabinet and lle' Upholstery furniture ahr«y« on hand, and do, we con make to any design if required. Pn Ihirid .J«n«'« and Company, »& CARl'ET, FLOORCLOTH AND ART **' Furniture Warehouse. ? Opposite tlie -:enoral Post Office, '. UKOKUU STUKKT, .SYDNEY. ™ ? _ ? . ? , ? ...

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