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GARDENING OPERATIONS FOR THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Braidwood Independent — 21 September 1867

GARDENING OPERATIONS FOR THE WEEK. '(From the Australasian.) THE KITCHEN GARDEN.-The cold cutting winds of the past week have been most trying to vegetation, and more especially to crops just emerging from the soil. The hailstorms of last week did considerable damage to some of the market-gardens in the vicin ity of Melbourne, and will necessitate the re-sowing of some of the more tender crops, and no time must be lost in setting about it. The season having been so mild, many people were induced to sow and plant out tender things, which, now that a change of tem perature has taken place, have suffered in conse quence. In late districts, next month will be quite early enough for such as melons, cucumbers, pump kins, vegetable marrows, and tomatoes in the open ground. Those that have been raised in heat must be well hardened off previous to turning out, and must be well sheltered for some time afterwards. Cucumbers fruiting in frames will require consider able attention in keeping up ...

Publication Title: Braidwood Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ARALUEN. [Newspaper Article] — Braidwood Independent — 21 September 1867

ARALUEN.   [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] THURSDAY.-The only business transacted yesterday at our local police court was a couple of suits for money. James Shipley sued - Herbert for £4 12s 6d. Defendant admitted the claim, and asked time for payment. Plaintiff consented, allowing 14 days to pay. There was another case of debt which was settled out of court. There was also an applicant for the transfer of a publican's license, which was heard after the other business of the court, and the usual certificate granted. SICKNESS is still very prevalent here, not only with children but also with adults, and in some cases proves fatal. The sanitary condition of the place seems to require some immediate attention. The doctors are doing all that argument can suggest to compel those families who have members sick to act upon their advice, assuring the sufferers that self- will and mistaken kindness in most cases cause the attacks that prove fatal.

Publication Title: Braidwood Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Braidwood Independent — 21 September 1867

TO CORRESPONDENTS. THE communications received from "Anon," "Delta,", " B." andr   "Bushman," shall have our earliest attention.

Publication Title: Braidwood Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Letters to the Editor. TO THE EDITOR OF THE BRAIDWOOD INDEPENDENT [Newspaper Article] — Braidwood Independent — 21 September 1867

TO THE EDITOR OF THE BRAIDWOOD INDEPENDENT DEAR SIR;-In looking over your issue of the 18th instant, I find a paragraph signed " A Lover of Truth," in which the writer states " there are only four free selectors between Braidwood and Mo longlo." Now as the signature is somewhat of a truthful character, and no doubt the writer wishes to impress the truthfulness of his statement upon the minds of the public, I am somewhat surprised at the above gross misrepresentation, and beg leave to contradict it in the most unqualified terms. Having had to pass through Molonglo the other day, I was surprised to find so many free selectors on the main road; in fact they have quite a township near the plain. Now whether through ignorance or a wish to deceive the public, I know not, but before "A Lover of Truth" accuses others of falsehood he should look to the truth of his own statement. I may add that I have not the slightest personal interest in the road further than having to use it on my way to ...

Publication Title: Braidwood Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Epitome of News. [Newspaper Article] — Braidwood Independent — 21 September 1867

THE report of the deputation to the Minister for Works from the Great Southern Progress Committee has been published. Their petition urged the neces sity and advisability of constructing a first-class road between Goulburn and Cooma, and also between Goulburn and Braidwood, so as to give, without de lay, to the inhabitants of Queanbeyan, Monaro, and Braidwood, the full advantage of the railway now constructing to Goulburn. It was the belief of the deputation, subject to the opinion of the commissio ner, that a road via Boro would, at least expense to the public, unite the many interests. The deputa tion comprised Leopold Fane De Salis, Queanbeyan, Wm. Graham, Monaro; Hugh Wallace, Rooert Maddrell, R. Hassall, Braidwood; James Chisholm, M. Alexander, tVm. Davies, Philip Dignam, W. H. Hovell, and Wm. Connolly, Goulburn. An accident of a distressing nature has occurred near Young. Mr Hunter, of the boot bazaar, was conveying his sister-in-law, Mrs C. Hunter, with her daughter and anoth...

Publication Title: Braidwood Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MOLONGLO. [Newspaper Article] — Braidwood Independent — 21 September 1867

MOLONGLO. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] WE have been visited with some fine soaking showers   within the last fortnight. And as a natural conse- quence the crops are looking much better for the timely visitation.   We are in the midst of the lambing season about here; and, notwithstanding the late blustering wea- ther, the work is progressing favourably, and a more than ordinary good lambing is anticipated. There is an abundance of feed. There was an unintentional blunder made in the delivery of your Saturday's paper to your Molonglo and Bungendore subscribers. Both parcels were duly left at the usual place but the post-boy, not being able to read, took the Molonglo parcel into Bungendore, and, vice versa, brought the Bungendore parcel to the Molonglo post-office. Your subscribers about here feel somewhat sur- prised at the strange imputation brought against you by your Braidwood contemporary. And we who have known you to be a considerable loser more than once ...

Publication Title: Braidwood Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CENTRAL CRIMINAL COURT. WEDNESDAY.—Before his Honor Mr Justice Cheeke THE JINDEN MURDER. (Continued from our 8th page.) [Newspaper Article] — Braidwood Independent — 21 September 1867

CENTRAL CRIMINAL COURT.     WEDNESDAY.-Before his Honor Mr Justice Cheeke THE JINDEN MURDER.   (Coontinued from our 8th page.) THE case was resumed this morning, and the follow- ing evidence taken :- Edward Smith deposed: I reside now in Sydney. In January last I was the manager of the Jinden   station, about forty miles from Braidwood and Jinden   House. Where I lived is about one and a half or two miles from where the dead bodies of Carroll, Kennagh, Phegan, and M'Donnell, were found. I remember the 8th January. I saw the prisoner at my house on the evening of that day. He only re-   mained half-an-hour. He came to me and told me   Carroll and party were on the road; that he had seen them on the Foley Swamp, which is about four miles from Jinden House, and that they were coming up the road towards my house. The prisoner did not remain at my house that night. He left on a bay horse which he w...

Publication Title: Braidwood Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SHOALHAVEN. [Newspaper Article] — Braidwood Independent — 21 September 1867

SHOALHAVEN. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] SEPTEMBER- 6.--Your issue has " put in an appear- -ance" among us of the coast in these parts, and I may be allowed to state that the' "contents" have been highly spoken of. Perhaps you may admit a few odds and ends from our district, as being of in- terest to the " ites" of Braidwood, and therefore take an opportunity of stating imprimis (according to rule) that the weather is just now beautiful for all purposes, and the whole district seems one "bee " meeting as regards labours in the field which are being carried on very extensively at present. It is now for the first time made public that no less than three petitions have been presented for a muni- cipality to exist in as many different localities of Shoalhaven. The Nowraites one, Terrara the second, and lastly Numba. Of course the usual three months will elapse ere any definite decision be arrived at, but what on earth does Shoalhaven want with three municipalities ? There is a deal of part...

Publication Title: Braidwood Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A RUSSIAN LECTURE TO ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Braidwood Independent — 21 September 1867

A RUSSIAN LECTURE TO ENGLAND. The following paragraph from the Pall Mall Gazette appears to afford a clue to the canard received from New 'York, via Panama: The Allgemeine Zeitung, of Augsburg, publishes a startling bit of news-that Russia has proposed to France and America an intervention in the Irish question ! The despatch containing this astounding intelli gence is given in full in the Allgemeine, and purports to be a communication addressed by Prince Gortchakoff to the Russian am bassador in London, and dated the 22nd of May, immediately after the settlement of the Luxemburg difficulty at the London con ference. This curious document begins by expressing the satisfaction of the Russian government at the successful result of the conference, and its belief that similar means might be adopted "for drying up the sources of general danger which lie in cer tain conflicts that at first appear only to dis turb the internal peace of some European states, but on a closer view are seen to...

Publication Title: Braidwood Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Local and District News. [Newspaper Article] — Braidwood Independent — 21 September 1867

POLICE COURT.--The only business at our police court on Thursday was the case of a Chinaman who was brought up on two charges, viz., that of stealing goose eggs, and being unlawfully on certain premises. The prosecutor failing to swear the prisoner was on the place he was discharged. AN INCURABLE.-Warren Kerr, who sometimes follows the vacation of shepherd, and sometimes re- turns to his profession as compositor, was arrested by the police on Tuesday night for being drunk and disorderly on the streets. He was discharged on the following day, but yesterday was again in durance vile. For several nights past his ravings in the streets have been an intolerable nuisance. The poor old fellow is an incurable drunkard, and a fit subject for the Drunkard's Punishment Act. THE FISH MOVEMENT.--The first committee meet- ing of the association for stocking the creeks and rivers in the Braidwood districts with Murray cod, was held at the Commercial Hotel, on Thursday af- ternoon. There was a larg...

Publication Title: Braidwood Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NOTES ON THE MONTH. LONDON, July 26. [Newspaper Article] — Braidwood Independent — 21 September 1867

NOTES ON THE MONTH. Lonrox, July 26.' THE month has been a month of festivity and holiday-making. John Bull has been " seeing company," and playing the host to a. variety of distinguished foreigners. The Sultan has been here and the Viceroy of Egypt; and the Belgians, two thousand four hundred strong. They have each and all been entertained in the national manner -that is to say, they have been made to eat and drink freely-the children of the .prophet and the christians indiscriminately. They have partaken of what is called the hospitality of the nation-that is to say, they have been treated to banquets at the Guildhall, to profuse speeches, to cheering of excited mobs, and ringing of church-bells. 'Chief among our guests, by his high rank and. singular quality, is the Padishah, the Khaleef-el-Islam, the Commander of the Faithful, the Successor of the Imaums, and Representative of the Prophet, known to the infidel dogs as his Imperial Majesty Abdul Azziz Khan, Sultan of Turkey. Sure...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Braidwood Independent — 21 September 1867

SPECIAL NOTICE ! RODD, NEWMAN,i P-AYNE HIave much pleasure in informing the inhabitants of Braidwood and the surrounding district, that they have now opened their FIRST --'SPRING .PARCEL HATS, .EA. T ZER E ." eTC., ETC., . and beg respebtfully to solici3t an early inspection of the same. FREE TRADE STORES BRAID WOOD. Iui re Carnes and Palfrey, Insolvents To ?~.;MADDRELL, ESQ., J.P., COMMISSIONER OF INSOLVENCY, BRAIDWOOD. IR-We, .the undersigned Creditors of the above Insolvents, beg to bring under your: notice that, although publication of the insolvency was made in the Braidwood Dispatch of the 14th ultimo, and in the Sydney Mail of the 17th ultimo, yet the only intimation of a first meeting was obs curely given in the first named journal of Wednes day, the 11th inst., thus.-" Single meeting fixed to take place this day ;" and as such meeting was held in Braidwood, it was simply impossible for any creditor residing in Araluen to be in attepdance. We desire to press upon your attent...

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OUR LONDON LETTER. LONDON, July 26. [Newspaper Article] — Braidwood Independent — 21 September 1867

OUR LONDON -LETTER. S (From the Australasian.) LornoN, July 26. LO-nDO is in a chronic state of prostration and, languid swellism, after the exciting events of the month, events which in all our long history have never yet been paralleled. We thought ourselves strong enough to resist the advances of any continental foe; but we were mistaken; for, for the first time in our lives, a foreign army has entered our -.city in triumph, with banners flying and drums beating, has carried everything before it, and has penetrated into the very sanctity of our domestic homes. As if that was not :enough, we have been given over to the mercies of the infidel and- the Sultan, the great Fe-fi-fo-fum of the Bosphorus having actually made himself at home in Bucking ham-palace. Wonders will never cease; and these two events are, in sober earnest, worthy of a paragraph in English history. Prior to the arrival of the Belgians the London season had been rather flat, partly owing to the superior attraction...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Braidwood Independent — 21 September 1867

"THE INDEPEIDENT " GENERAL PRlINTING OFFICE . ALLAE STREET, B RAI D WOOD. BOOK AND JOB PRINTING In all the newest and most approved designs, ALSO IN COLOURED INKS, GOLD, SILVER, BRONZE, ETC., ETO. A DDRESS and Business Cards, Bill - headings, ruled faint or otherwise, Law and Bank Forms, Cheques, Druggists' and other Labels, Business Circulars, Posters and Handbills, any size ahd colour, Pamphlets, Club Rules, Society Reports, Catalogues, and every other description of Letter press Printing, completed expeditiously and in first class style. Orders will be received by the Agents for the Braidwood Independent, and at the publishing office.. Parcels of Printing forwarded to any part of the colony per post at a nominal rate. AUSTRALIAN JOINT STOCK BANK ARALUEN BRANCH: REDBANK. TNTEREST allowed on fixed deposits at current rates. Drafts issued on all the Branches and Agencies in NEW SOUTH WALES : QUEENSLAND, .'.. VI3TORIA TASMANIA, and ADELAIDE. NEW ZEALAND. ALSO, ON ENGLAND, 1RELAND;, a...

Publication Title: Braidwood Independent
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ENGLISH MONETARY AND COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. LONDON, July 26. [Newspaper Article] — Braidwood Independent — 21 September 1867

ENGLISH MONETARY AND COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. LONDON, July 26. In monetary m'atters there is no improve ment to report. Indeed, the general depres sion and distrust seems to deepen from day to day. Money continues to accumulate not only in this country, but in all the chief cities of Europe. The onl. break in this state of things has been in Paris, where in the early part of the month, owing to government withdrawals, there was a diminution in the stock of bullion of -about a million sterling; but the exceptional cause having ceased, the last returns show a renewed increase. This plethora of capital, with so few outlets for its profitable employment, renders it a veritable drug in the market. The official minimum is still' maintained at two and a half per cent., to the surprise of the public, since money to any amount is obtainable, in the open market at two, while first-class` paper has been done as low as one and a half per cent. A reduction in the bank rate was generally looked f...

Publication Title: Braidwood Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CENTRAL CRIMINAL COURT. (Before his Honour Mr Justice Cheeke.) THE JINDEN MURDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Braidwood Independent — 21 September 1867

CENTRAL CRIMINAL COURT. (Before his Honour Mr Justice Cheeke.) THE JINDEN MURDERS.     James Griffin was indicted for that he did, on the 9th day of January last, at Jin den, of his malice aforethought, kill and murder one Patrick Kennagh. Prisoner pleaded not guilty, and was de fended by Mr Dalley, and Mr C. J. Man ning, instructed by Mr Evans. The Solicitor-General having opened the case for the Crown, the following witnesses were called : Senior-sergeant Daniel Byrne who deposed to the finding of the bodies of Special-con- stable Carroll and party on the 10th of January last. [The details of the finding are already known to the public.] I know where Mrs McEnneny lives. Standing at her hut and facing Guinea's, I found the last two bodies on my left about a quarter of a mile off. That would be about two miles and a half from Guinea's. A person riding from Carroll's and Kennagh's bodies towards McEnneny's would not pass Guinea's, but be going in an opposite...

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The Independent. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 21st, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Braidwood Independent — 21 September 1867

The Independent.               SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 21st, 1867. RARELY, if ever, in this colony, has a Trea- -surer's budget been anticipated with such   intense interest as that laid before the Assembly the other day by Mr EAGAR. It was expected---though more from a linger-   ing faith, a hoping against hope, than from their antecedents---that the Ministry would on this occasion redeem, their promise of retrenchment, to which, mainly, they owe their existenhce as the successors of a Cabi net whose great fault lay in their inability to manage the public purse with anything approaching to economy. But popular ex pectation is again doomed to disappoint- ment. The proposed expenditure for the   year 1868 is as oblivious of economy as can well be conceived. Retrenchment is alto- gether ignored, and the public moneys are   to be lavished right and ...

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R. CRAIG'S STOCK REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Braidwood Independent — 25 September 1867

R. CRATG'S STOCK REPORT. Fat Cattle.-The butchers are supplied for the pre sent. I shall offer a draft described as very prime on the 3rd proximo. I quote prime cattle at from. 16/ ` to 17/ per 100lbs. Am of opinion that no chagge is likely to take place during the next two months, when the supply and prices will depend upon rates. obtainable in the Sydney and Melbourne markets..' Store Cattle.--180 of from two to six years old were on my list on the early part of the week, 80 of which ae disposed of for 60/, the remaining 100 from three to six years are under offer at 65/. Dairy Cattle.-I disposed of five aged springers':.i on Thursday at 60/ : Horses.-The number yarded on Thursday was 72. I disposed of 67, chiefly unbroken, at from 8/ to.. 5/17/6. There is a very good opening for a draft of stout colts worth from £7 to £10. Store Sheep.-I have sold 3000, from three to five years old on account of Colin McDonald, to Messrs. ; : -. ooper, of Lak" George, who' described them as an ; ...

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REMITTANCES RECEIVED Since last publication:— [Newspaper Article] — Braidwood Independent — 25 September 1867

EREMITTANCES RECEIVED Since last publicatio,: J.#Hiwville,(per J. Ford,) £2 4s ; W. Affleck, 94; .W Brook,'

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Braidwood Independent — 25 September 1867

WEEKLY CALENDAR: r ; ..a Days'of tne wee -o Sun ises Sun sets Age. Month: = SATURDAY:.. ..: Sept;21l :!- 583' 22' SUNDAY .,, 6 1? f5-59;'u 23: MONDAY-' ... ,. 23 6 0 [ o?? 6 2-4 TUESDAY ;4 52 4611.'69 B-si 25 WEDNESDIY ,; 25 5 58 , 6' 2,?., 2S 6 HITURSDAY: ... 26 5 57'" - "3 27_ FRIDAY... . 27 '5 6'- 4 28 "sMOON'S PHAsE. last quarter on Saturday, the 21st, at' Iii: 14m. p.m."

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