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

Weekly Calendar, ?* lt- «. il Days of Sun i Sun ] Moons D/iysof the Week ^nth. Kist-s , Sets. Age. Wmwesiuv ? May 20 6 5S ' 8 58 30 Thuksdav ? , 30 0 5(i ; 5 58 s. Friday ? , »« «57 8 58 2 .Saturday ? Jump 1 I fi S8 ? 5 5» A ?Sunday ? 2 j 0 38 ? 5 57 4 Monday ? „ 3 ? « 53 ' 4 57 3 Tcbsuav ? „ 4 j (5 50 4 57 0

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 — 29 May 1889

anil Elegant designs BRUSSELS - AKI'ETS, Wilton Pile Carpets, Indian Carpets, Turkey Carpets, Kcusingtou Sauares, and Tapestry Carpets. We invite attention to those about to fur nish or reuewtkeir carpets to.our unrivalled stock of these goods. The styles ore new, rich, elegant, and distinctive, and suitable for Drawing-rooms, Sitting-rooms, Dining romiis, Bed-rooms, Landings Stain. We import only the best qualities, and our juices arc no higher thau those quoted else where for inferior makes. Rugs, Floorcloths, Linoleums and Mattings in great variety. Patterns, with prices and full particulars, sent post free on application. We liavo a large stock of Art, Cabinet bnd Upholstery furniture always on hand, and we can make to any design jf required. Itaviri .font's ami Company, CARPET, FLOORCLOTH AND 'ART Furuiturc Warehouse. Opposite the -i'cncrat Post Office, OKOKliK STREET, SYDNEY. - i HATEFUL— COMFORTING. EPPSSTCOCOA. BREAKFAS T. T-Y a thorough knowledge of the natural laws JU- whi...

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

' LOCAL NEWS. Nssw Jubob.— Since the transfer of Judge Mac farl&ntl, who hiul acted in tlie capacity of Wstrict Court Judge in the Southern district for a number of years, to the metropolis, Judge Backhouse was appointed to the position temporarily, on tUo understanding, we believe, that if Judge Murray, who ia senior District Court Judge, should decline the Southern district hiu appointment would be permanent. Judge Murray has, however, accepted the position, ivud will atteud the forthcoming Scs sionB and District Court in Braidwood. Brief as was Judge Backhouse's connection with the South em district, he had succeeded hi everywhere making himself very popular by his gentlemanly bearing and careful consideration of other people's couveuieuce besides his own, and we feel certain his removal from this circuit will be deeply regret ted by many. Judge Murray, we understand, is a very able lawyer. Mining. — Ouc hundred tons of quartz have just be«n put through the machine at the...

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

MOUN'rt 1'IIASK. Moon's first quarter, Juue 7, at 0.0 tun. The Eraidwood Dispatch. Strenue el P.rospere. WEDNESDAY, MAY 29, 1880.

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Presentation to Messrs. McRac and Wilson. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 29 May 1889

Presentation to Messrs. McRac ami Wilson. Some twenty or thirty gentlemen assembled nt Bori-y's Albion Hotel on Saturday evening last to bid farewell to Mr. W. McRae, forinerely occouii. taut iu the bank of New South Wales iu liroidwaod, but who has boon transferred to the branch, of th«.t bank at Liverpool. Mr. W. McR.no having been un expectedly ordered away 'the previous Saturday and being required to commence duties in liis new sphere of labors on the Monday, there was no time allowed for his numerous friends here to make the presentation before he took his departure, but, hav ing a holiday on Friday aud Saturday last, he was asked to pay u flying visit to Braidwood mid receive the testimonial personally, instead of having it sent after him. Aa Jtlv. J. C Wilson, accountant in the Commercial liank, is also about leaving us in a week or two for Purramatta, advantage was taken of the present opportunity to present him with «. souvenir of his connection with the district. Some refr...

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The Wheat Market. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 1 June 1889

The Wheat Market. The coinpaiviti ve failure of the wlie.it crop in Australia (ssiys the Adelaide Advertiser) does not aflect the market of the world to any appreciable extent. We doubt whether the value of wlieut in Europe would be raised n penny si buslie! if there were an utter ces * sution of the export of that cereal from these colonies; and hence the danger before us against which the influences of Protection shield the Australian fanner. And this is a shield which serves dim when it is most required. In yeai-s of plenty prices here are ruled in themaiu byprices iu Europe, and con sequently there is not the least fear of out side competition, but in years of scarcity when prices here are sufficiently high to tempt other countries to flood our market the fanner is protected against outside compe tition, which would at once reduce prices. At this moment wheat, we believe, commands a better price in South Australia and Victoria than iu any other civilised country, and but for Pro...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 1 June 1889

£50 REWARD £50 FRAUD & DEgEIT. In order to protect the people from being defrauded and cheated, the American Hop Bitters Company offers the above Reward for the arrest ana conviction of ',ny person or persons refilling the American Hop Bitter* Company's bottles, and for selhng any vile nostrum or compound as the genuine and original Dr. Soules Amen can Hop Bitters, or for counterfeiting the Company's Label -a Bunch ©T Green Hops on a White Label, with Black Letters. DR. SOULE'S HMERICHN HOP * BITTERS -A MEDICINE, NOT A DRINK), COXMINt HUPS. mJCIIU. MAHiOttAKB. llAMJELIOSi. Asd tub Pimm »m- B»t Mmhch. QoAttnu or M,L OT111R BlTTSM. TJBCE'Y OTTRB AH Diseases ot the Stomach. Bowch, »l-x£. M™'. S3 Urinary Owuij ljerwromw, Sl«pl««. ness. Female ComplalHM Mid Drankeniits*. THOUSANDS UPON THOUSANDS!!! nakeX cure It ii our medicine. Dr. Soul* t ' rtfcXSS* in 1 the knnrn ?«'**? ' cure, by Dr. Soule't Americ&n Hop BitteM. HO DTHEB CEHUWL TAKE HO OTHER, A.M.P. INSURE YOUR LIFE i...

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LONDON. THURSDAY [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 1 June 1889

LONDON. TlIUBSDAV Mr. Gladstone declares that the triumph of Home ltule for Ireland would be a long stride towards a genuine Imperial Parlia ment containing colonial representatives. that a rupture will occur between England and America over the Behring Sea fisheries difficulty. The Admiralty commend Captain Kane of the Calliope, for his nerve, skill and decision §» and also eulogise the services of the crew, notubly those of the engineer and assist ants. f(S Later. It is understood that the terms of the -8amna.ii agreement reinstates Malictoa as King on his guaranteeing to indemnify Germany for the losses sustained at the Uauds of tueJSamoauB. The native government is to be controlled by American and Ijerniau representatives, the English representa tive to act as arbitrator in case of any dispute. A horrible tragedy has been enacted at Saint De, where a, husband murdered his wife aud live child ren, and then committed suicide. England is strongly reinforcing her bquadren in Belli I...

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OUR TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY. FRIDAY 12.55 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 1 June 1889

OITR TELEGRAMS. (t'KOM UUU OWN ColUtlSSrOSJ-KNT). SYDNEY. At the Hornebusij stock gales yesterdnv 790 cnttle wen? yawleii mid the wavkot opened at pn advance of 15s, but dosed at 10b. liigjier than Mondays mtes, TlfV Ijiglnjst averiufo for bullocks was £12 15s.' and others frou' ! fG lie 3d. 1*00 sheep/were penned and iiriceswcre about Is. firmer, best merinos fetching Us 3d. and others from 7b. and crossbreda lls Id. to 15s. 8d. In the Assembly iast niglit the pre liminary business web unimportant. Mr. Clwnter resumed the ? debate on the Land Bid, followed by Messrs. Aliljott, Davis, IngliB, R. B. Wiikorson, Barbonr, Copeiuml, Hutchison and Jones, all of whom spoke in favor of the Main principles of the bit], ex cept Mr. Chanter, who opposed the formation ef a Land Court,' increase of areas, com pewsntion Jfor improvemtnts j and several _*i.nr mftt.tars of detail. Dul-intr the- Intto I part of the evening scarcely a quorum was I present. I Mr. Abbott delivered nn nble speech. He I ...

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Original Poetry. HER PARASOL. (Respcetfuily dedicated to the young lady who lost one recently.) [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 1 June 1889

Original Poetry. HER 1-AU4SOL. (Respectfully tlciliaatctl m tlie young laity who lost on« recently.) Dainty, darling, little tresisHve ! What a blissful tusk is Uiinc, Just t« luivc toiilwuys Blicltoi' Sucli u form fiinn Etorm anil sliinc. Doubtless you are always taken With licr everywhere slie goes ; Now for fear you arc foimkeu Slic is grieving, I suppose. Does slie fuel all in a flutter V Do some puurly tcai'iliops fall? Does the start from ilruanni to utter 'Oh ! my little parasol !' How I woiiilur if its winning Just to take you in my arms ; Oli, you look so nice ami winning 1 cannot resist your cliarms. Yes, I must umlo tliis bow now Tlmt a shapely limul Ihis ticil ; Yes, I reully wunt to know now If there's anything insiiie. Oli, yoy aiiy wing of fairy, What a little love you sire ! Not tlie (slightest wciglit to curry-— I'uisctl as perfect as a star. .Stcaily tlio', what is tlie meaning— J)i\sli it, a\n it l-c that my sight Makes me tliink Unit you are loaning, Leaning over...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 1 June 1889

WANTED, HORSE or BULLOCK TEAMS for drawing ironstone. Quarry about five miles from Mine. Apply MANAGER KOHI NOOR MINE, Cuptau/s Flat. Confirmation Services XT TILL (d.v) be held at ARALUEN on MON /W DAY, JUNE 3rd, at 2 i-.m. ; MAJOR'S CREEK, WEDNESDAY 5th, at2.p.m. ; BBAJD WOOI), TGKSDAV; ^th; at 3 p.m.* Candidates are eorjiestly requenteil to attend for Enrolment uid Instruction, . : : , . j. s. pousoK, Viear. Fruit Trees ! T7VERY SORT. Pines, Shrubs, Roses, Roots, Jh SeeiU. Clean, Healthy, Well-grown. All Order* HONESTLY VVUBB3ASD, and sent to any *wt- ? M You*' Experientb enables me to send out the Hlght Stats. A. LAN8DOWNE, €0l?MH)«K. Araluen Proteotion League. i BRANCH of the National Protection Asso J\_ rcie,tiou lias been fp'rineU here mid Offieere duly upoointed. Members' Ticiets can be obtained KT fe^!»utoBf«wdort^tuCKLEY, Notice A K ADJOURNKJ) MEETIW} in wimieclioti 2\_ with Uio liRATUWOOI) WURS1N'-} CLUJ5 willlic held belli atliairy's (Tttl.toiw.lls) Hotel «u MONDAY NEXT,...

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Braidwood Land Board. FRIDAY, MAY 31. (Before Messrs. A. O. Moriarty (Chairman)and J. W. Bunn.) [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 1 June 1889

Braidwood Laud Board. Friday, May 31. (Before Messrs. A. O. Moriurly (Chairman) and J. W. Buuu.) Edward Underwood Alley, 200 acres, C.P., parish Sassafras. Confirmed. Edward Burke, 1 acre, improvement purchase, parish of Araluen. Approved nt tlic price of £5. Patrick Kcmiedy, 50 acres, C.P. patisli 0 ingle- money. Disallowed. Jolm Musgravc, 300 acres^ conditional lease, paridli of Mougn. Recoiuniended for approval at a, reuuti oi za, per acre. R. X Rankm, 40 aci'es, C.I1, perish of Bendora. Confirmed. William Taylor, 40 acreB, O.P., parisli of Cog hUL Confirmed. 6 Edwin WalliB, 80 acres, C.P., parish of Mou cirlowe. Rccoinmeudcd for tneasuroment iu modi tied form. Edwiu WVUis, 80 acres, conditional lease. DiuJlowea. Henry Saulugtuwaighte, 40 acres c.p., parish of Warrl Rcoomineiidcd to bo passed, the inquiry bulag an to the condition of residence uavinaucen ftilfified. Jamos Callaghau, '6 acres, C.I'., parish Item Kal. This was a matter which wua returned for farther inquiry as to t...

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Opening of the Railway to Cooma [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 1 June 1889

Opening of the Railway to Cooma. A special train conveying members of Parliament and other visitors to the opening of the railway to Cooma left redferu at midnight on Wednesday. The Minister for Works and the PostmasterGene ral, and upwards of a dozen members of the Assem bly, including the members for Miuinto district — Messrs, Dawson and H. Sthophen — left to attend the opening proceedings. During the absence of Mr. Bruce Smith and Mr. O'Connor any business o£ importance requiring imiiisteral attention relat ing to tlie Department of \\ orks, and tli3 Post omce will be attended by the Colonial Treasurer. The town of Cooma was gaily decorated there being several triumphal arches. A grand procession composed of School Children Volunteers, Cadets, Oddfellows, Good Templars, and citizens marched to the station and there must have been fully 4000 people there met the Ministers who were welcomed by Captain Falkner, Mayor who thanked this and the preceding Government for the line, and sa...

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Braidwood Police Court. WEDNESDAY, MAY 29. (Before Messrs. J. Aldcorn, P.M., and John Wallace.) CATTLE STYAYING. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 1 June 1889

Braidwood Police Court. Wednesday, May 29. (Before Messrs. J. Aldcorn, P.M., and John Wallace.} CAWI.E 8TITAVIX0. James Allen was fined 2s 6d and 2s 6d costs for allowing cattle to stray in the streets. M. Willis was fined in a similar amount fora similar offence. . George Wilson was fined in the same amount for ollowingjcattle to follow their own sweet will in the streets, and as he made uo appearance tne ueucn ordered that if the fine was not paid within two days levy aud distress should be made. Fcriol-s Ridiso.— William Kuox was fined £2 for furious ridins in Wallace-street, together with 4s lOd costs, to be recovered by levy and distress if not paid within t.uenty-four hours, aud in default seven days' imprisonment.

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Parliamentary. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 1 June 1889

Pntiinmcutnry. There was u good attendance in the .Assembly on Tuesday, notwithstanding the iuclemeucy of the weather. t-ii- Henry 1'urkos saj-J the report of the Royal Commission exonerated Mr. Pchou, and he luid the report upon the table. It is not often that business iu the Legislative Assembly is postponed on a private members' night by a motion for the adjournment of the House, but this happcueil 011 Tuesday afternoon. Mr. l)ibbs moved the adjournment iu order to call attention to tha danger to railway travellers during a season of heavy rain, such as we have jnst wxpcrieneeil. 11c j pointed to the interruptions that hud happened , duiiiiK the last few days, and contended that steps j should br. tnkwi to render such occurrences nn- | possible in future. Onv railways wore deficient in safety as regards the means for the escape of flood waters. Mr. M'Millan said the accident at Gran ?villc was caused by the phenomenally heavy rams, but a searching inquiry wpuWliemiide by the Ivui...

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Concert in Aralnen. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 1 June 1889

Concert in Arnlacn. (FBOM X CORRESPONDENT). A most successful concert from every point of j view was given by the pupils of the Convent School, Aralueu, ou Queen's llirttinight, under the direction of the Sisters of St. Joseph. The Hall was filled to excess fully an hour before the time advertised at which the performance was to commence. The way iu which the programme was gone through was highly creditable, and enough caunot be said in praise of the good Sisters for the manner in which they brought the children to the front on Friday week. The items most noticeable were the opening overture from 'III laucredi' by Miss Quigley, and the way in which Bha acquitted her self fully proved bow qualified and able that lady is to hold the position of music teacher at the Con vent. The next item that was really prettily and ably rendered was 'The Peasant,' a chorus by the junior children, and judging from the way in which it was received was one of the best appreciated items on the programme...

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CABLE MESSAGES. LONDON. MAY 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 1 June 1889

CABLE MESSAGES. (From ihe Sydney Papers.) LONDON. May 27. The Right Hon. Cueil Raikcs, PostmasterGene ral, in the House of Couuuous, referred to Mr. Henuiker Heuton, M.P. for Gmteibuvy, as an ad vertising politician. Mr. Heaton cluiuiej the .Speaker's iuteri'cr.tion, but the Speaker ruled that Mr. Raikes' remark was quite iu order. (iciiunil Count Menubrea, Italian Ambassador and Minister Plenipotentiary (it Purif, has been directed to assure M. -SpulIer, Minister for Foreign Allaire iu the French Oovernnieut, that King Hum bert during his recent voyage to Berlin did not con template visiting Stausbury. The whole of the committee of the recent Wcsg phatia strike of colliers have been placed under ar rest. The gentlemen \yho was assaulted by fclip Duke of Cambridge ou the occasion of the Fine Brigade in spection on the Horse Guards Parade, St Jameses Park, on Saturday, mode au application at West minister Police Court to-ilay for a Bumnri'ifi against his Royal Highness. The magistrat...

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A Terrible Conflict with Tigers. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 1 June 1889

A Terrible Conflict with Tigvra. Mr. Gabbett, an Anglo-Indian district En gineer, at Abu Road, was lately told of a family of timers in an adjoining jungle, and, accompanied by his trolly-men mid an old gatekeeper, started at once for the scene of operations, and ha^ not long t - wa't before flll'AA flUti TliTfll'V ltVnL'n i.i^-.ll' U .t. il.i.'im-.nrl the foremost dead with a well directed shot. He then fired at tlie next one, but though the brute was hard hit lie managed to make on' towards a river-bed in the vicinity. Mi'. Gab bett then had a fihotat the third, and succeeded in wounding him badly, but tlie animal beat a retreat into «i cave hard by. Iu the mean time the tiger, which had gone towards the river bed, fell in with a shepherd, whom he mauled rather badly. Mr Gabbett opened a..* TM.,. j.:..v*.. ? i.:j. ? i . _n i , .. me. *«c vigci minim iiuu roneu over, uui charged, and was hit twice again. Mr. Gab bett was aiming another shot when his foot slipped and he fell, and th...

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Little River Sports. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 1 June 1889

Little River Sports. A very auccessiul day's sport was brought to a close here on Queen's Uiitbday. There were about 300 persons present, many of whom wore from Braidwood and Nerriga. The following is an ac count of the different luces :— OP35NING HANDICAP of £2 ; 100 yards. 1ST UEAT. Paruell, 3 yds ... ... „, I P. Allen and Uryaut also ran. 2.VP HEAT. W. Campbell, 3yds. ... ... l W. Short, H. Owens, aud O'Toole started. 3ud heat. xviuiuuui, ureuii ana jL.upcon started 4th heat. Jas. McGrath, fi yds. ... ... 1 T. Kennedy, Madigun, and Coiiolly ran, 5tu heat. C. Sharp* (scratch). Walk over. FINAL HEAT. W. M, Campbell, 3 yds ? j Thos. Paruell, 3 yds. ... ... 2 McGratli, Higgs, nud Shurpc also ran. A great race, won by about 2 feet. BOYS' RACE, 12 years and under, 12s fld ; 100 yds. Jas. Connelly .. ... ... 1 H. Dunshea ... ... o Sixteen started. BIRTHDAY HANDICAP, of 110. 1'iiBt f 7 ? second, £2; third, £1 ; JjOyds. ' 1st jieat. Job. McCirutli, 10 yds. ... ... i Sharjiu and Doyle also...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 1 June 1889

GENERAL NEWS. The Qukensi,asi)K1v gives us the following, but it wisely does not hazard a decided opinion with regard to it :—' A contrivance to supplement the ' decoy' wether iu yarding sheep at the shearing shod has been adopted ami with apparent success. A large mirror is fixed at the end of the lane. Tlie sheep seeing themselves reflected iu this, march straight up to it. Tue mirror has to he of strong plate-glass, and even then it is questionable whether it would withstand the hutting; of a pugilistic old ram. Tlie idea seems very feasible, and might prove effective in trucking sheup,' Tlie rnsidciits of the Tweed district have peti tioned for that locality to be created a separate electorate, and the residents of the Mouaro have petitioned in favour of that electorate being divided into two electoral ijjstricte, Lady Stuart is dead. She was the widow of Sir Alexander Stuart, who died in London while hold ing the position of Executive Commissioner for Now South Wales at the Inl...

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