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OUR TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, Friday 10.30 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 25 May 1889

OUR TELEGRAMS. (KBOM OUK OWN' UIKRESfUNUENTl. SVJJXEY. Friday 10.30 p.m. At tlie stock sales yesterday 820 cattle were yarded and the market dull. Prices were again lower, highest average for bul locks being £10 3s. 4d. and others from £5 18s. 17,000 sheep were penned but sales dull, best nieianos fetching 15s. and others from 5s. 6(1 and prime crossbreds Us. 8d. to 19s. 9d. per head. In the Assembly yostermghtthe Committee of Elections and Qualifications brought up tlieir report declaring that Mr. Ball was duly Tlie Premier said that the whole of the papers iu connection with John Davies' matter Jiave been referred to Mr. Rogers, Q.C., for his opiniou. 1 Mr. Copelaud resumed the Land Bill dobate and commended Mr. Branker for honestly attempting to settle this question fairly. He would give the minister every assistance in making the bill con^lete if possible, being in sympathy with many of its main princi ples. r Messrs. Hnssall and Oraickslmiik agreed with the main provisions of t...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CABLE MESSAGES. LONDON, MAY 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 25 May 1889

CABLE MESSAGES. (From the Sydney Papers.) LONDON. May 20. The Air.ecr, Abdurrahman, Is forcing the adhe rents of Ishak Khan, leader of the late suppressed rebellion in Afghanistan, to leave the couutry. Thousands are proceeding to Bokhara. James L. Barew, member of the House of Com mons for Xorth Kildare, Who was inipruoned for au oBeiice under the provisions of the Crimes Act, has been released, owing to his continued ill-health. Huron Henry de SVorins, Political Secretary to the Colonial Officer, ha* utated in the House of Commons that the (-o\'erninent are fully alive to the importance of returning the .Sugar Convention, which has been already accepted by seven out of eight of the great umrnty powers, the whole eight approving ofMie principle of the Convi'iitiou. u Connor the American oarsman, who is matched to meet Searle ou the Thames, hus beaten Hamin, Leo, and Patterson in a regatta at Taeoma, U«S. The party of gamblers who were arrested ou Sun day morning, May 12, nt the Bac...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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Commercial. F. L. Barker's Report. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 25 May 1889

Commercial. V. L. Barker's Report* Wool* — No change to uote. .SnuwsKiss.— During the week a large business was transacted, all sections of tlie trade competing with the greatest spirit. Prices are foe best long troulled Si to fl£ according to condition. Medium growth, 4 to H- Short woolled 3J to 4J pelts, 2J to 3h per lb. Butchers green skins from 18d. to 7/d. for large long wooled. LK.»T!!h;n. — Sole lias further declined, the offers nt auction on Tuesday for best tannage being from Oil. to 7&d heavy linos receiving preference. Tlie reductions in values is the result of an adveraable from Ijtindan received earlv in the week. Sunerior light dressed goods 6(id sale but at rather unpay able prices whilst saddler's leathers only in email re quest, Quotations.— Sole heist 7d. to 7$ (a farthing or moap for superior extra heavy) damaged 5| to 6. Tweed to 1 20. I8d. Kip Oil. to 123. Harness, brown, 0J to Hid black lid. to 12 per lb. Bag and bridle 9s. to 10s. per side, Ikzite (ui ...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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LONDON. THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 25 May 1889

LONDON. TllURSDAY. A grand military banquet lias been lield m Berlin in honor of the King of Italy, who declared that the unity of Germany on Italy was a guarantee for tlie peace of Europe. Should the time for military action ever arise their armies would know how to fulfil the great task imposed upon them. The Berlin National Zkitung declares that France is deceiving herself, thinking that ill the event of Italy proving hostile it . would be possible for France to increase or f even retain an extensive influence iiv the ' Mediterranean during a European conflict, e. ' Congress in favour of a protective tariff has been rejected by 27 to 64. The wool brokers predict a material ad vutiee iti the price of wool. Lateh. The body of Dr. Cronin, who mysteriously disappeared some time ago has been found, showing evidence of foul play. In the prize tigbt between the Australian boxer and Lees McAulifle the former was knocked senseless after 8 rounds. The Orient Company have paid £5000 for the...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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"Jack the Ripper in Melbourne. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 25 May 1889

' Jnck the Kipper in Melbourne. The Evening News Melbourne correspondent telegraphed ojon Tuesday says ; — ' Jack the Ripper' whoso atrocities in Whitechapel have excited the horror of the world, is believed to be in Melbourne. When the police were formed on parade at the Russell-street Baaracks this morning to hear general orders read out, there was one relating to ' Jack the Ripper. ' The men were warned to be on the alert for the bloodthirsty scoundrel, whom the police authorites have their reasons for believing is likely to be heard of in the city. The appear- ance of the ruffian was described so far as it is known ; and has for his propensities, the officer in charge of the parade had no occasion to refer to them nor to the reputation which any of the con- stables would earn by effectiug the capture of the miscreant. The police authorities were very ruti aent as to the extent and character of the informa   tion that has come into tlieir possession, although it is q...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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A Japanese Professional Tattooer. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 29 May 1889

A Japanese l-rofessfoiiul Tnttoocr. A Hongkong journal gives an account of a Japanese who has lately set up in that colony as a professional tattooer of pictures and designs on the body. In a room decor ated with fans, lianging-pictures, and scrolls, the visitor or patient is received. In a con spicuous place is hung a notice in the follow ing words ; — ' I do not business if fuddled.' Sample books are h'rst produced for inspec viuu uuii fctiyutiuii , ^u^y ary micu w nil coloured drawings of dragons, birds, insects, and scenes — comic and serious. At the bot tom is written the cost of tattooing each, the prices varying from about 12s for three butterflies to an elaborate group for L20. The operator himself was tattooed all over his body with groups of bright flowers Jiere ; the conventional Jnpiinese girl's head there ; a female iigtire with long flowing robes wound round one arm from the shoulder to the wrist, while on the other was a dragon, with every scale carefully shaded. On t...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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Fools and their Money. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 29 May 1889

Fools and their Money. Fools and money are proverbially said to be soon parted, and an excellent illustration of this is to be found in the rise and fall of a certain quack, by name Louis Crespin, who has been selecting the Department of Gers, in France, of the held of his operatiions. M. Crespm professed to have almost unlimited powers in cutting the ills to which man and beast are heir, and so great was the confidence he inspired that lie had consulting rooms in jnost of the towns in the department, attend ing, moreover, at all the fairs, to which he vras driven in his own carriage and pair. On an unlucky day for him, however, it chanced that a certain wealthy peasant, came to consult him about the illness of n pig. The animal, according to the quack, was possessed of the devil, and to remedy matters the peasant was told that he must pay a certain sum of money to have musses celebrated. This the credulous client did, und the pig getting no better, a matter of another 400f. went fr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 29 May 1889

Wool, Hides, Tallow, Sheepskins, Marsupial Skins, & all descriptions of Station & Butchers' Produce. WINCHCOMBE. CARSON AND GO., F. K. Winchcaiiibc} Kdw. J. Turton J-Late of Moht and Co. Chos. L. Wallis J Duncan Carson Wool Brokers, J'RODUCK SALESMEN, STOCK & STATION AUKN'l'S, SYDNEY, Warehouses and Stores -CIRCULAR QUAY. Postal Address—Box 082, G.T.O. RI2UULAK AUCTION SALES of Wool, Sheep, skins, Tuliow, Hides, Kangaroo .Skins, Opos sum Skins, Hair, HoniB, Bones, Wattle Hark, Heestt-ttx, and every description of Station and IJiitcheifi' Produce. CASK ADVANCES, if required, upon consign ments for salo, or vkdbb WEX on the growing nlip of wool. CHAROE.S ure fixed upon the lowest possible scale, und arc comprised iuoxu commission charge OSi.Y. Prompt replies to all correspondence, and full in formation as to charges, markets, &c, on applies WINCWCOMHB, CARSON & CO., Wool mid I'rodnco Brokers, Circular Quay, Sydnoy, 1 Address— Hox (582, O.V.O '

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 29 May 1889

£50 Reward £50 FRAUD & DESglT. In order to protect the people from being defrauded and cheated, the American Hop Bilters Company offers the above Reward for the arrest and conviction of ',ny person or persons refilling the American Hop Bitters Company's bottles, 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 AMERICAN HOP * BITTERS (A MEDICINE, NOT A DRINK), COXTJilKB HUPS, KUCIHJ, MANUKAKE, »A-»J3I-ION. AsBTimruwaT asd Bbst Medical Qbaotiuof au. otobe Bitters. TH:B'V OTJItE AH Diseases ol the Stomach. Bowek, Blood, Urer, Kidneys and L'rin&ry Oiguw, Nervousness, Sleepless ness, Keiralc Complaints and Drunkenness. THOUSANDS UPON THOUSANDS!!! of testimonials of the moot wonderful cum, volun t .rilv- sent ue, we do not publteh them, as they do not make the cure. It is our medicine, Dr. Souls'* A...

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How Mr. Bright Prepared his Speeches. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 29 May 1889

How Mr. Bright Prepared his Speeches. In an article on ' Mr. Bright as aa Orator,' the Birmingham Post says : — ' For ;ill sot speeches Mr Bright prepared himself with great care. The selection of the subject, especially in the c;ise of his annual addresses to his constituent, \v-is a! ways a matter of long and anxious deliberation. Then lie would think out and carefully arrange the main lines of the address; and then he would set to ?work, taking at least si full day to the task, to the details, and the words. We remember in 1881 he actually stayed away from a Cabi net Council in order that he might give the whole day to preparation for a Birmingham speech. What methods he adopted in the long vigil in his study none can tell, but he emerged from it with a little shelf of half sheets of small-sized note-paper which lie pro posed to carry witli him on to the platform, and to speak with them lying before him a-v-oss the broad brim of his hat. Of these 1;tfle sheets there were never fe...

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Select Poetry. GOING THROUGH THE WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 29 May 1889

Select Poetry. COIKC THROUGH THE WORLD. In going through the world you will now-a-doys find There is nothing like plenty of check ; The modest man liuds himself always behind Because lie's too humble and meek. No matter what may he your station in life, iia ai invii umv juiii viiiwiviv w iuiiv-wju In business, in pleasure!, in getting n wife, Will depend on the push you possess. There arc vacancies plenty and chances enough For those who desire to succceil, But the man who in business is able to bluff Is the man who to-day takes the li-ad. You must elbow your wny, be outspoken and blunt, And self-eonfidcnce always express, For be sure that your chances of reaching the front Will depend on ihe push you possess. When you're courting a girl be not timid or slow, Though of riches you may be bereft, Faint heart heart uuver yet won fair lady, you know, And a bashful man's mire to get left. And the girls of the present arc fond of a man Who with boldness his love usui confess, So your priz...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 29 May 1889

WANTED, HORSE or HULLOCK TKAMS lor drawing ironstone. Quarry about five Ell'Sn^T.?1!?01 APP'y MANAGFR KOHI NOOR MINE, CajWs Flat. WANTED, a MARRIKI) COUPLE without «mcli incumbrance. Apply to JAMES O'BRIEN, Bellevue. Notice to Opossum Shooters. NOTIOK is hereby given that anv persons found SHOOTING ill any of the ABNPRIOR PADDOCKS after this date will be PROSECU TED. ALEX RYRIE. Arnprior, 20tU May, 1889. SCHEDULE JO. Pastures and Stock Protection Acts. Notice of Appointment of Receivers of Scalps. 'VTOTICK is hereby given that the Board of JL\ Directors for tiie District of Braid wood, act ing under the abovenamed Act, have appointed the gentlemen mentioned iu the schedule below to re ceive and grant certificates for scalps iu conformity with Schedule 12 of that Act, and they mil be in attendance at the places on the days and dates and at the hours therein stated. Dated at Braidwood this 9th day ef May, 1889. R. MADDRELL, Chairman. Schedule referrbd to. Name. Place of At- Day, date ...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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Parliamentary. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 29 May 1889

Parliaiuciitnry. The Legislative Assembly on Thursday was very prompt in getting to business. There were 19 questions on the paper which wuie put by hon. members, aud answered liy Ministers, live ques tion of the opening of Mr. Daisys letters was again brought up. Mr. Joseph Abbott quoted the tele grains that had appeared in tlie Hek.U.d from the postal authorities of Victoria uud South Aus tralia., denying that letters iwWtcss\»1 to Mr. Deasy 1 ? % i.nn., n-1nilafl -n l!u?«n nulrmin-;. Mr. O CoilllOl' said no stone would be left unturned, as far as lie was couceracd, to find out whether tin* statement that letters had beeu opened iu this colony was correct. He had written to Mr. Deasy to ask his cooperation iu sifting this mauer to the very bottom. . Mr. GoneUuul resumed the debate on Ilic Kcuoud reading of the Limd liiU at 10 minute* past 5 o clonk, He commence.1 by refcrriugto Mr. Uruuker's remark that the evils complained or had not arisen so much from the old Ian- as from the b...

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OUR TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY. MONDAY 8, P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 29 May 1889

OUR TELEGRAMS. . ? ^ ? ---ai-M OCR OYfX COBEESPO.VDENI). SYDNEY. MOSOAT 8. P.M. ll,iiu continues with terrific violence, nc oouipauied by ;t strong wind fro-n sea. Ele ven iuches of rain have fallen since Fri day- The Havrkesbury is rising at the rate of fourteen iuclies per hour, uud the Uepean is banker. As the d;iy wore ou, intelligence obtain able ilt the Redfern r.iil\v;iv KtjiH.-i., lianoma more serious, At two o'clock it was intim ated that the river was rii?ing so rapidlv at Liverpool tlmt tlie safety of the southern line ?was imperilled. In half-an-hour the river rose six feet aud was still rising. i Soon after noon traffic on the Parraiaatta line had to be suspended beyond Auburn as the Duck River lias risen to such uu extent i that the water had swept over the line. A ] gang of men were at once sent to the scene to repair all damage, but tlie railway officials are in doubt as to whether traffic will be re sumed to-night or not. At Huswellbrook last night the line had been...

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The Irish National Delgates On the Sydney Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 29 May 1889

Tlie Irish Natioual Vvlgatcs Ou the Sydney Mecliug. Orange Saturday. — Mr. John Dillon, M.P., ad dressed a large audience in the Aiistialian-luill last night. Mr. James Ualtou was in thu clmir and the platform was crowded with prominent citizens. An address of welcome was presented to Mr. Dillon from the local branch of the Irish Kationul League, also one from the Hibernian Society. Mr. Diflon, who was enthusiastically received, commenced hie speech by referring tu the meeting held in Sydney Vll VilU jilt* 1UUB ^lUUUclJ l!!£Ul. Jie UUJIll.lH'vUU Hie gentleman who occupied the platform on that oc casion with those who attended tile opening meet ing of the Irish delegates iu Sydney. While those who took puj-t iu the latter were composed «f English men, Scotchmen, Irishmen, and Australians, they JcmihI that the oratorsattheso-called 'loyalist' gathering represented the worst class of Protestauto — bigots from tlie north of Ireland — aud that went to show, he said, the class of mj!i, wh...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 29 May 1889

Tuesday 2,45p ,m. The neather is clearing. Seventeen inches of rain hure fallen since Friday, being the heaviest fulls ever recorded during four consecutive days, The wind raced with »i velocity over forty miles an hour. The rainfall is almost confined to the coastal districts, within a hundred miles north and south, extending inland as far the inouu The rain that fell yesterday ran half an inch pwhoitr nn«i there was great doiiiiigodone to property throughout the suburbs, and the railway tmflic whs considerably interrupted beyond Auburn ou the Western Line, Horn by* on the Northern Line and Sutherland on the south eo;ist line. No everting trains were able to leave Syd ney yesterday. The passengers from the West and South were only brought as far as Granville, where arrangements were made for their Accommodation. The soutk coast line has Kullered most. Tons of boulders nnd debrios have fallen across the line and obstruction is reported in all direction The Railway Department states ...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 29 May 1889

GENERAL NEWS. In order to promote the extension of the fruit in dustry iu the country districts, the Coinmissiuiierti for Railways have provided for u reiluvtiun in the carriage of fruit of about 50 per eent oft' the ordin ary parcels rate, to commence on the let June next. , The rates prevailing hitherto have been about 23 per cent, lees thuit the parcels rates. The Hkkai.i- ulso understand* that there is every probability of u general seduction in the scale of charges iu the railway refreshment rooms being made very shortly. A meeting of pastoralists in the Armidale diss trict has protested against the proposal to resume ] the leasehold areas of pastoral holdings. The ; opinion of the meeting was that the demand for ; 5an-\ wonld be fully met if half the leasehold areas , iu the Eastern Division were thrown open for selec- j tiou. . ! In a squall ou Lake Macquai'ie ft boat contain- ! ing two fishermen capsized. One man, Nicholas Alexander, was drowned. The other man clung to the b...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 29 May 1889

IN 3HEMO1M4JH. Of my dear aunt Sarau Bray, who dcpurtod this life, May 6th, 1889, aged G7 years. Farmvcll, dearesUmit, faron'ell fora while ! Our heiirta nro with Borrow oppi-esgeil. \Ve i-cmcin1iuryourfa.ee witli it« soft hnppy sinilo Ere you laft for your home with the Itltst.' How sad nits the hour you wore li'tnic from our sight In the cold silent grove to be laid ; TJiy spirit has gone to that home ever bright, For thy Saviour the ransom liath paid. You feared not that lone vale, the dink valley of death, For the Sa vioi'it will wail for you there ; 'Twas He whom you called with your last dying breath, He bus heard and will answer your prayer. In suffering and soirow your last days were passed, But nil this had thy Saviour decreed ; Thy sorrow and Hutlcring are over at last And thy soul from its bondage is freed. TJic crown that is promised will tsurcly be thine, And a robe that is spotless and white ; We will all put fliir trust iu that promise divine That we nmy meet in that ...

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Scraps. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 29 May 1889

Scraps. Messrs. D, Bnice and Co., Dundee, on behalf of Messrs. Ant, Dom, Bordes, and Sons, Paris, have just contracted with Clyde builders to construct a five-masted steel sailing-vessel to carry 6000 tons dead weight. When put into the water this ship will bo the first five-masted and the largest sailing vessel afloat. Mr. Rockefeller, the American oil 'king,' president of the Standard Oil Company, which it is claimed is the biggest 3iionojioly in the world, has just given his daughter upon her marriage a cheque for £200,060. Mr. Rockfeller can well afford this tremen dous 'dot,' as lie is a millionaire many times over. Mr. Robert Calverlev Trevelvan. whose name is mentioned in th-- papers as highly distinguished in the examination for the Gregory .Scholarship at Harrow, ist'ir wvond son of Sir George Trevelvan, airl though only 16 yeai* oM is one of the most brilliant scholars at Harrow. Sir George Trevelyan won the scholarship for which his son has just competed in 1856. There is...

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CABLE MESSAGES. LONDON, May 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 29 May 1889

CABLE MESSAGES. (From the Sydney Papers.) ? LOXDOX, M.\v23. Mr. William O'Brien, in his elimination before the TiMEs-l'amell fomniission lo-dny, admitted having denounced 001) Irish gentlemen for toasting her Majesty the Queen, whom he regarded as an ' old lady,'' who iu a scarcely decent manner dis guised her hatred towards Ireland. The London Press were responsible for the dynamite policy by paiideriiiL' to sensation. He attaeked the Prince of Wales ou his visit to Ireland Ijeisuise lie came to counteract tlie Irisli national sentiment ; aud al so because his Royal Highness attempted to per suade the linglish that the Irish foeliug was a bogus feeling. He would have advocated rebellion iu Ire laud if he had thought it would prove successful. He regarded the Manchester outrage as perfectly honest warfare, ami he bolievad that Allen, Larkin, and Uonld were not guilty of murder. He had travelled with Ford iu Chicago. Mr. O'Brien justi fied hunting the chairman of the Kingstown Com mi...

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