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Little River Sports. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 18 May 1889

Little River Sports Tho following handicaps have been declared for the Birthday Handicap to be run on Queen's Birth day :— YDS. C. Slmrpe ... ... ... 2 Win. Campbell ... ... ... 0 ThoB. Parnell ... ... ... 8 John Connelly ... ... ... 9 Joseph Doyle ... ... ... 10 J. ClTOOhin ... ... ... 10 M. Dooner ... ... ... 12 ?P. Allen ? 12 . T.Ghucbiu. ... ... ... 12 -5eo. Higgs ... ... ... 12 John Maaiga.ii ... ... ... ]4 Win. Luke ... ... ... 16 & Grewi ? MS Jas. McUmth ... ... ... l(i Toui Kenuedy ... ... ... 20 TomHtggs ... ... ... 20 Tommy Moran ... ,., ... 25 Acceptance:! -slosa with Secretary or with Mr G- Hunuaford, lkaMwood, not latci' than tlio 22nd.

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Weekly Calendar. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 18 May 1889

Weekly Calendar. r\ n« w -, J-'iy»°f I S«n Sun JMoous DftysofthcUeek u^nt),_ ftiscB Sets. Age. Wjsdmssdav ? May 16 0 40 j 5' 8 10 Thursday ? 10 0 47 : 5 5 17 Fmday ? ,,17 tt 48 | 6 4 58 Saturday ? 18 0 48 S 4 19 Susdat ? , 19 6 49 ; 5 3 20 Monday ? 20 6 SO I 5 3 21 Tuesday ? „ 21 6 51 i 5 2 22 moon's phase. , , *. .,«. -Moon's LwHJunrter, Mayl5(~tit 7.58 a.W.' '-' ' The Braidwood Dispatch. \ct ?;? ?? f f StrmiU el Proejierd. . SATURDAY, MAY 18, 18S9.

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 18 May 1889

LOCAL NEWS. . ? « ? The Railwav.— The following question lias been asked by Mr. Ryrie in tlic Assembly, viz:— Mr. Ryrie: 'I should like to know if the Secretary for Public Works has taken any action in regard to two letters which I Bent him pointing out some important matters in connection with the proposed Braid wood uud Tarago railway? Sir. Bruce Smith : Thepapera ?which the lion, member sent me contained, if I re member rightly, some additional information re garding the proposed line of railway which had up promised that I would forward the papers to the ? commissioners, with a request that they would re consider the matter in the light of this additional evidence. I liave much pleasure in telling the hon. member that these papers went on some days ago, and arc now being considered. liECCTURE Of PboTection.— There was some . doubt at the beginning of the week as to whether Mr. Melville would fte able to visit Braidwood owing to Friday having been appointed aft extra sitting day ...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 22 May 1889

WASTED, HORSE or BULLOCK TEAMS for drawing ironstone. Quarry about five I rules torn Mine. Apply MANAGFR KOHI I KOOR MINE, Captain's Mat. WANTED, o MARRIED COUPLE without much {iucunibrance. Apply to JAMES I O'UEIEN.BclleTUa. I Protection League. COMMUTE please meet TO-NIGHT at Allen's Hotci, 7.30 p.m. I T. C. MUSGRAVE, I . Hou. Sec Koh-i-Noor Gold and Silver I Mining Co., Limited. TENDERS .for Buililiug in Cornish lioiler and the Erection of Battery, Huntingdon Mill, and Sheds over same, will be received tip till MONDAY, the 27th of MAY, 1889, at the Com pany's OfficSe, 9.0'ConneU-street, Sydney. Plans and specification may be seen at the Min ing Manager's Office, Captain's Flat, and specifica tion at the Office of the undersigned. . The lowest or *ny tender not necessarily accep ted. By order of the Board, ~' ' ' J. J. WESTON, .. Manager. 29, 0'Connell-streej, Sydney, 18th May, 1889. . Government Notices. n^ENDER8'-!'BriIl be received up to noon on JL TUESDAY, 28tU MAY, for works ...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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LONDON. MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 22 May 1889

LONDON. Monday. Prince Bismarck, in nn address to the Reichstag iu referring to the recent scene, said that it was impossible to forecast the event of next year ; that the conquest of Franco by Germany in 1871 was useless if I Alsatian Deputies are allowed to inocculate I the Reichstag. He urged members to protnjv t! v pass a workman's insurance bill, remark ing that they may have very different tilings f to do next year. General Gourko's palace at Warsaw lias been undermined. Several bombs have reached St Petersburg. The police advise the Czar not to meet the Shall of Persia as intended. The nlot against the Czar is confined to the military nullifications which are wide spread. The Pope is now recovering. A murderer named Kenimi-jr -will be ex ecuted by electricity in New York on Juno 24th. Sir Hercules Robinson states that the ver batim reports of his recent Capetown speeches' will show that the cabled reports were magnified. A plot to massacre the French has been discovered at Ma...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 22 May 1889

£50 reward £50 fraud & deceit. In order lo 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 Bitters Company's bottlas, and for selling any vile nostrum or compound as the genuine and original Dr. Soute's Ameri can Hop Bitlors, or for counterfeiting the Company's Label. — a Bunch of Green Hops on a White Label, with 'Black Letters. ?IXR. SOTJX-rE'S AMERICAN HOP-? SITTERS (A MEDICINE. NOT A DRINK), CuKTALVS HOI'S, IHiCMIJ. BiSDIUKE, AS!) TUB rcREST MD I!EST MF.I-rCiL (JUIUTIBI OF ALL OTHER UlTJERS. TECETST OtrR-E Ml Diseases of the stomach. Dowels, Blood, Liver, Kiilncvs ami Urinary organs, Nervousness, Sleepless ness, Female Complaints and Drunkenness. THOUSANDS UPON THOUSANDS!!! ot testimonials o! ilie most wonderful cores, volun ?t'rilv M-iitus, we Ilo not publish Uiem, as tiiey dondf iS tl' rmt--. It is our medicine,' Dr. Snulrt M...

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Scraps. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 22 May 1889

Scraps. In Pan.-; iilone over lfi,000 horses are now slaughtered fnr food every year. The stfl.tist.ics ; of this tradu for 1887 iu (Jus Dep.-ii-tiiiuiil of j tliC Seine «lo-\e iiro 1(5.200 licmis, yield- j 3,520,430 kils. of me.it, of w])icli t)m fillots were quoted .-it 2f.' per kilo., tli«. i'iIjs ,-iiui Kuioiii's-i fr, to 1 fr. 20c, and tlie rest -20o. to 60c. Two-tliirils of tliu whole supply were used for .suushjjcs. Iw the course of the year 13 ponderous books are filled at Llovil's with untiling but the names of ships, tlieir cipl.iiii.s, ami d.'ttes ou which they touch uiul leave port. Every known vessel in llifi wovM, of nxiretlinn 100 tons register, lm*- it*; record in tli(;rii,MHi th(.' under writers can turn in ;i moment to tlie name of any J?ritis!i or foreign ship, nud tell nppi'oxinintely whore sho is .-it tin? ininiieiit. Proper hoine-uiiido lemonade, got front real lemons is one of thu most vlwlesmtie us well n« pltwisdiit drinkK known— in fact, lemon juice in any ...

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Brutal Assault. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 22 May 1889

Brutal Assault. The Echo's Fiji CorreBpondeut writes that news lifts just come in from the Ba of a murderous as oaultby coolie laborers on Mr. Duncan, overseer in the employ of tlio Colonial H. R. C ? ,j,»uy. hie assailants, the gang of coolie labourers employed on the V*roka portion of the Raruwai Estnte, attacked him with knives aud hoes leaving him for dead It is reported that while yet insensible the victim uiu- uu uo iic iay un me L'loniia, ana several ot die Indians, seeing the movement, returned aud struck him again ami ngnin with their weapons. The un fortunate gentleman, up to date of advices, was still living, hut with very littla hope of surviving the assault. Several Fijiwis are said to have wi£ neased the attack ou Mr. Duuaut, but were afraid to intefere fur his protection.

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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For Sick Headache. USE HORSFORD'S ACID PHOSPHATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 22 May 1889

For Sick Headache Use Hobsfokd's Acid PitosrHATE. Dk. Jxo. Lambe, M.K.C.S., West Villa, Shur dingtou, No. Cheltenham, Eng., says ; ' It pro duced good results in sick headache and brain prostration, tranquillizing the irritation, giving comfortable sleep. Also in a case of dyspepsia, with great distension after meals, and flatulency. '

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Lecture on Protection. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 22 May 1889

lecture on Protection. Mr. Niiiinn Melville, M.L.A., accomnauied by Mr. A. Ryric, M.L.A., paid a visit to Braidwood nn Saturday last, arriving at Tunigo by the mail: t rnlu from Sydney and after a rest at Tftrdgo coming on by special conveyance and reselling Braidwood tit 2 o'clock. ?? V ? !a:. - Mr. Melville lectured WhiLitetary rusUtutej at 3 o'clock. ,The Attendance owing to eoineiunccr tuintyas to wlictbeHic would be here Hi announced was not so numerous as it otherwise would have' hcun. Nevertheless the Hnll was fairlv well filled anil both Mr. Melville ami Mr. Kyric were accorded un enthusiastic reception. Mr. R. Maddrcll, on the motion of Mr. J. Wal lace, seconded by Mr. Hassn.ll, was voted to the chair. The Chairman called on Mr. Ryrio to say a few words. That gentleman said he had great pleasure in introducing Mr. Melville, who, they were most of them aware, occupied the distinguished position of Chairman of Committees in their LegiB otix'e Chamber. It spoke volumes iu favo...

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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 22 May 1889

GENERAL NEWS. . ? + ? . .: ? . The officials of the Stock Branch of tho Mines Department arc still sending nwny large quantities of seed wheat 4o distressed fawners jn various parts of the country.^ .Numerous applications are received daily through the police macistratcs ; and ou Fri day not loss than 5000 bushels were sent out. A den! of .difficulty lias been experienced in olrtaiuing wheat of the desired quality, among the samples being broken wheat, wild oats, and tares but the sure that only grain of first-class quality shall be passed by the department. The campaign of the Irish delegates, who have recently been speaking in Sydney is shortly tibout to be extended to the country districts ; and we learn by telegram from nil Orange correspondent that Mr. Dillon M.P., is to address a public moot ing at Orange on Friday ncx t . Elaborate prepara tions are being jnmlc for his reception, und addres ses are to lie presented t« him by the Irish National League and Hibernian Auslralinii...

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MEETING IN ARALUEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 22 May 1889

MEETING 3N ARALUEN. Mr. Melville and Mr. Ryric, accompanied by Messrs. Hassall, Wallace aud Musgrave, left for Aralncn immediately after the meeting here. A brief halt was made at Mr. llossaU's place at Bcllc vue, where tea was partaken of, the party arriving in the Valley shortly before 8 o'clock. The meet ing was held hi the Oddfellows' Hall and was largely attended. Mr. Hassall was voted to the chair, aud having explained the object of. the meeting and introducing the lecturer he called unou Mr. Bvrie to sfiv a few words, which that gentleman accordingly did. Mr. Melville, who whs received with enthusiasm, then proceeded with his lecture. He sppkc for up wards of an hour,|(lculing exhaustively ivith the ad. vances of Protection as compared with Freetrade. The lecturer was repeatedly cheered during the course of his speech at the termination of which was- accorded A hearty vote of thanks. On the motion of Mr. W. B. Bruce, seconded by Mr. Dillon a branch of the national Protection ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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OUR TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY. Tuesday, 12 (noon.) [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 22 May 1889

OUR TELEGRAMS. (FROM ODB OWN CUBBESrONDEVT). SYDNEY. Tuesday. 12 (noon.) At the Houiebush stock sales yesterday 850 cattle were yarded and the market was dull, prices receding 10s per head. Best bullocks averaged £10 15s and others from £1 10s. 3314 sheep were penned and prices were lower. Best merinos brought 12s Id and others from 6s 3d. A monster meeting of loyalists was held in the Protestant Hall last night protesting ^iuii&vi vue uaum-iuu u). ine irisii ueiesaves u- the colonies. A resolution of protest was passed and also one of sympathy with the Imperial Government in their present diffi culties in dealing with the Irish question. It also declared that the citizens of New South Wales continued unabated in their loyalty to the Queen, the meeting pledging itself to maintain the integrity of the British Empire. Tlie proceedings throughout were most enthusiastic, the plat form being crowded with representative men, including several members of Parliament. The building wa...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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Parliamentary. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 22 May 1889

Parliamentary. Some of the 12 questions on the' paper of the Legislative Assembly ou Friday were postponed, and the rest were quickly dealt with. The matter of the Casual Labour Board, and the opinion of Mr. C. E. Pilcber, Q.C., formed the subject of much discussion. It will be remembered that on Thursday Sir Henry Parkes promised that he would on the following day lay ou the table of the House the opinion of Mi. Pilcher ou the sub ject ; hut when tiie House met, the Premier was not present, and first Mr. J. P. Abolt, and after wards Mr. Dibbs, put questions on the subject without notice, to which Mr. M'Millan could only reply that he was sure the Premier would keep his promise when be'aWived, and he indignantly repu diated an insinuation made by Mr. Lyne that the papers were deliberately kept back. Some formal matters having been gone through, during which an earnest consultation was held by several hon. members on the front Opposition bench, Mr. Traill rose to move the adjournment...

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CABLE MESSAGES. LONDON, MAY 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 22 May 1889

GABLE MESSAGES. (From the Sydney Papers.) LONDON. May 16. The 47 persons who were arrested last Sunday morning at the Adelphi Club were brought up to day, at the Bow-street police court, and charged under the Gambling Act. They were remanded until Thursday next, bail being allowed. The daily papers publish paragraphs against as serting tliut her Majesty the Queen intends paying a visit to Ireland shortly. It is considered probable that Salisbury Govern men will on the retirement of the Marquis of Lon donderry, abolish the office of Lord-Lieutenant of Ireland' Mr. F. U. Spofforth, the Australian cricketer, who has joined the Derbyshire Club, will only be able to play in the matches against Yorkshire dur ing the comiiiE season, the other country clubs ob jecting to his being included in the teams selected to oppose them. The completion of the arrangements for the new mail sen-ice between Canada and Australia is now said to be contingent upon Sir John Mac Donald, the Canadian Premier b...

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Another Railway Accident. MELBOURNE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 22 May 1889

Another Railway Accident. Melboubke, Friday. The 2.35 train from WillianiBtowii, containing persons who had been seeing the mail steamer Parra inatta off, met with a serious accident shortly be fore 3 o'clock this afternoon at the North Melbourne Station. The tram was being passed overthe points to the ' up' line, and all but the last three carriages had safely passed over, when by some means the rear whcclB of an American bogie went on the ' down' track, drawing the two following carriages with it. The effect as the fore part of the train ran along the 'up' tiiack was to jerk the two carriages which had run upon the other track, causing them to upset. It is not known how the carriages left the line, whether they 'split' the points or ?' jumped,' but the latter is considered most probable. It is suggested that as the train was a long oue the pointsman had altered the points just before the last carriage passed, but it ispointed out that the latter hypothesis js impossible, because t...

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 — 22 May 1889

Weekly Calendar. !-.... rti.w «.i, Dnysof Sim -S«n Moons IMy.of the Week Mo»lt)l RiBCg -Scfe Ag& Wedxksdav ? May i*2 6 51 S I 23 i Thoksday ? „ 23 0 52 ' fl 1 24 Fiuoav ? „ 24 -i 33 fi 0 2'i Sawrdav ? „ 25 -i «3 *- 0 20 Sitnday ? 20 (5 S4 ,50 27 Mukbav ? „ 2T « 55 ! 4 5U 28 Trssiuv ? „ 28 « i-5 4 5!) 29 ? I ? \ I moon's phase. New Moon May 30, at 3.24 a.m. The Eraidwood Dispatch. ^ Strenui ct I'royicrS. WEDNESDAY, MAY 22, 1889.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 22 May 1889

i New and Elegant designs 1 BRUSSELS CARPETS, ? Wilton Pile Carpets,, Indian Carpet'!, ? Turkey Carpets, Kensington Squares, and M Tapestry Carpets. ? We invite attention to those about to fur m nish or renew their carpets to our unrivalled I clock of these goods. The styles arc new, I rich, elegant, anil distinctive, and suitable ? for Drawing-rooms, Sitting-rooms, Dining ? rooms, Bed-rooms, Landings, Stain. a We import only the best (jualitiei, and oar I prices are no higher than those quoted else I where [or inferior makes. I Bugs, Floorcloths, Linoleums and Mattings ? in great variety. I 1'uttcrns, with prices and full particulars, I sent post free on application. f We have a large Block of Art, Cabinet Mid Upholstery furniture always on band, and we can make to any design if required. David Jones and Company, CARPET, FLOORCLOTH AND ART Furniture Warehouse. Opposite the General Post Office, GEORGE STREET, SYDNEY. GRATEFUL— COMFORTING: EPPSS^OCOA. B R EAKFA S T. ?? 13 V a thoroug...

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Queen's Birthday Sports. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 22 May 1889

Queen's Birthday Sports. The following are the entries for the GranJ Handicap in connection with the Amateur Athletic Club's sports in Braidwood ou Queeu's Birthday : ? YDS. J. Mulligan ... ... ... g Howsweu ... ... ... 8 fl. Yeatos ... ... ... J2 E. Hughes ... ... ... ]3 V. Burke ... ... io Thos. Chuchin ... ... ... )u S. Hopkins ... .... 18 C. Heuville ? Z 19 G. Doolan ... ... ... jo, G. Lourie ... ... ... oq M. Murphy ... ... ... 23

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 22 May 1889

LOCAL NEWS. GoACit Accident. — As Pooley's mail coach was coming up the bill just the other side of Cooper's about 18 miles from Moruya, an Sunday, one or both of the horses took fright. They jumped up the hank pulling the coach after them and the coach pulling them back on the fond capsized. for tunately there were no passengers or they could not have Well escaped without injury. The driver ?(Clarke) stuck to the horses manfully — even after he was thrown out holdiiur on to the reins. Luckily Mr. J. T. Murphy was immediately behind him and helped so free the homes and make the best of the difficulty. Another CiUNiiK is oue Local Banks.— Mr. \V. Mcftuc, accountant in the Braidwood branch of the Bank uf Xew South Wales, has been trans ferred to the branch of the Bank at Parramntta. Mr. McRae left Braidwood on Sunday evening, but is expected back for a few days at the latter ? end of the present week. Mr. McRae, who has been here about four years, has made himself a general favourite,...

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