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LOCAL NEWS [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 19 September 1888

LOCAL NEWS. Obitoary. — Many In Braid wood will remember Captain Mason when on a visit to Mr. P. Mason. His regiment, the 5th Fusilecrs which he had joined as Ensign only a few months, was the first to land at Calcutta at the outbreak of tho mutiny in India ; he was in the thick of it, being at the siege of Delhi, Cawnpore, and at tho relief of Lucknow. He was mentioned in two dispatches for bravery. On the quelling of the mutiny he retired from the army, being then Senior Captain of the Regiment. Day Dawn Gold Mining Company.— The manager reports as follows :— 'The hoisting gear is nowerectea ana working well. The ooiler, engine, and mill are all in position and the first run wul be made about the end of next week. There is 15ft. of water in the dam and an unfailing supply. This state of affairs must be eminently satisfactory to all the shareholders as it is only' about six weeks since the company was formed. Mineral Leases.— It is notified in the Gazette that the undermentioned ap...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 19 September 1888

DIED. Ik London, on AuguBt 3rd 188S, Captain Edward Montgomery Mason, late of theGtliFusilcers, youngest son of tho late Captain H. B. Mason, 11. M., and brother of Mr. F. Mason of Kraw arrce. BlftlDWOOD DISPATCH Streuuo et Frospere. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1888.

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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The Libel Action Price v. O'Neil. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 19 September 1888

The Libel Action Price v. O'Keil. The libel action brought by William Price, store keeper, Queaubeyan against J. A. O'Neill, proprie tor of the Queanbeyan Times, was concluded in the Supreme Court on Friday. The case having been closed for the plaintiff, Mr. Close who appeared for defendant, said he would call no evidence for the defence, and pro ceeded to address the jury. He commenced by pointing out that the defendant had nothing to do with the invention or composition of the paragraph complained ol. Jlo nad simply transferred it from another journal to his own, adding only the one word ' Queanbeyan,' which appeared to be the sole cause of the action. He went on to argue that there was no malice whatever on the part of his client. Ho had solely copied, verbatim, a paragraph which had appeared in the Daily Tele graph and tho Goulburn Herald. As a proof that the defendant was not acting maliciously, counsel pointed out that he had not copied the whole of the paragraph, thus showing...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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The Newcastle Strike. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 19 September 1888

The Newcastle Strike. Because of the strike at Newcastle, owners of steamers in England are indisposed to send them to Australia, fearing that they will bo prevented from coaling, or obtaining return cargoes, and it is intended to raise the freights. Several vessels are leaving England with coal for Australia. The Newcastle miners will hold a special meet ing this morning to arrange a proposal to tho non associated collieries to allow the union miners to resume work, it is expected, however, that the non-associated, will stand by the Associated, Masters. An attempt has been made to destroy the en trance to Messrs. Lewis and Thompson's mine at Burwood by the use of dynamite. Traces of five distinct explosions were found, but only slight damage was done. The men were enraged because miners were working in the mine by night. The affair has caused much indignation in New castle. TheS.M. Herald publishes a number of tables purporting to give the average wages iu the mines at Newcastle. F...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 22 September 1888

Ik faiiwosi Dispatch AND MINING JOURNAL IS published every Wednesday and Saturday, at the Office, Wallace-street, Braid wood. The terms of subscription to the Braidwood Dispatch arc 20s. per annum, or 5s. per quarter, paid in advance, aud Gs. if booked. Ihe quarters respectively terminate on the 35 st March, 30th June, 30tb September, and 31 Bt December in eacli year, at wliicli periods only discontinuance oil pay ment of arrears will be received. Intending subscribers are, however, informed that their sub scription will only be charged from the period of commencement to the end of the quarter. TERMS FOR ADVERTISING. The charges for advertising are as follows: — For two lines of space ? Is. Od — four lines of space ? ... 2s. Od — eight lines, or one inch ? 3s. Od — every additional eight lines ? Is. Cd ~A11 orders for withdrawal of advertisements must be given on or before Monday and Thui-sday at Cp.m. Since the late fire the Proprietor has re-stocked with an ENTIRELY NEW PLANT &...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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Fearful Death of two Sisters. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 22 September 1888

Fearful Death of two Sisters A terrible explosion, resulting in the loss of two lives, occurred at the fireworks fac tory of Messrs. Caldwell and Co., .Garrett lane, Waudsworth, on August 3. This firm are large manufacturers of the paper per cussion caps which are used for toy pistols. Three sheds, situated in a field at the side of Garrett-laue, are used for this purpose, and named Eliza and Elizabeth Thornton, who were in the employ of Caldwell, were hav ing their dinner in the centre shed. They were joined by two other girls, who had been home during the dinner hour. About 5 minutes to 2 a terrific explosion was heard. People in the vicinity who rushed to the spot were horrified to find that of the centre shed nothing remained butafewcharred embers, whilethatonitsleftwasinflames. The third shed was shattered, and its contents utterly destroyed. The unfortunate sisters Thornton were found to be dead ; their bodies, which were mangled almost beyond recognition, being discovered som...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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THE UNSPOKEN MESSAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 22 September 1888

THE UNSPOKEN MESSAGE. ? » ? Tho following poem, whioh we t»ko from tho AusrnineiAii, Uet»to4tobeUJ»ftmilniiproauoHciii ot » working burtmwn IMnglnttiiBuiJlKoOiinWj; , IsthiitToti,m»t-i? Oh, aye! I »e. Come near to Jart took the blanket round my kueo, I Vo summat -?- AteSsllyoa, 8am, ? ??_?;? ? tniew, inero, don't worrit about me bo ; It's tlio common lot ol all } ThopursonsBay ; and then, you know, soinemunt ' be first to fell, And Im the first to give account of the evil and . tliegood. I'm feared the latter will never outweigh the first : D- think it could? Don't know 1 Of course, how could you know ? — that's for a higher judge. 1 know you'd give inc a pass, old man, without the ghost of a grudge. Uany- . a time we've humped our swags along the wallaby track, And tramped without the aid o' nags when goiii' But th»re was Bummat eke. Ah,* yes ! I'd nigh forgotten, mate; i I'd better tell you quiclf , I guess— the day seems getting late, . And strange and dark. All, well I oh, well ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 22 September 1888

A Grand Concert TTriLL be given to thepupils of the CONVENE W SCHOOL, ARALW5N, in ttao Youni . Men's Hail, FRIDA1T EVENING, Ootober 12th Proceeds in aid of Convent, QUADRILLE PARTY will immediately follow. Notice. SUBSCRIBERS to the Lessoa of Land on the Araluen Gold-fields arc requested to moot 01 business of importance nt Mr. P. Madigan's, Am lueu, on MONDAY, 24th inst., at 4 p.m. ? All non-subscribcrs having Cattle or Horsei running on this Land arc requested to remove the same at once, or they will be impounded. JOHN H. BLATCHFORD, , Hon, Sec. MUSICAL BITS.— 8 pages, full music size, . Glees, Songs, Dances &c, published weekly. Price, 3d ; by post, 4d. CENTENNIAL MAGAZINE.— A higb-clase Australian Monthly. Price, 1b. THE MIRROR.— A popular Monthly Journal. Price, Cd. AUSTRALIAN HOME JOURNAL.-A first class Family Paper. Price. 3d. THE REFEREE.— The leading Colonial Sport ing Paper. 3d weekly. Sold only at Abbott's, News Agency, Wallace-Street. ? -?* ? To Stand this Season...

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The Infancy of Melbourne. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 22 September 1888

The Infancy of Melbourne There appears in the last number of the Aubtbalasian an exact copy of an official plan issued 51 years ago, showing the result of the first land sale held in Melbourne. In 1836 Mr. Robert Russell, at tlieheadofa party came down to Port Phillip with in structions to survey the coast line, and while waiting in Melbourne so that horses, not then easily obtainable, should be broken for camp use, Mr. Russell made the first survey of the present site of the city of Mel bourne. This consisted of 24 blocks of land, each 10 chains square, and contained in the parallelogram formed by Flinders, Lonsdale, Spring, and Spencer streets. In the following year the Governor of New South Wales, Sir Richard Bourke, accom panied by Mr. Henry Hoddle, visited Port Pliillip, and as the Government were in want of money at the time, it was determined that the site of the future south ern capital, as defined by Mr. Russell, should be offered for sale by public action in half acre bloc...

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SIGNED AND SEALED. CHAPTER I. THE SHATTERED BRIDGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 22 September 1888

SIGNED AND SEALED. ? ?— ? CHAPTER I. THE SHATTERED BRIDGE. It was called Gleu House, and was a hand some, spacious building, situate in a wild, picturesque spot among the lulls — a some what drear place for two young girls to dwell alone in, their sole attendants a middle-aged woman, and her husband, who acted as gardener. Glenfell, a higlily res pectable and social community a mile dis tant, and near the small but thriving town. had wondered much upon hearing of the advent of the new tenants. Such a solitary place ! They wondered the girlfi -were not, frightened out of their lives ! The astonishment increased wfieii the calls made upon the- youthful inmates of Glen House were neither received nor re turned. The sisters apparently desired to be as lonely as their residence. The circum stance naturally produced a mystery, and consequently caused rumours to get afloat. There must be some serious cause to in duce two handsome, lady-like girls, one eigh teen, the other but three yerrs o...

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The Strike. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 22 September 1888

Tlie Strike In^bnnoctioii wifl. the Newcastle coUiery Bti«B» » wfous riot oocurrea at tho Now Lftiabton pit at Adamstotfs on Tuoiday. Al^t^Tferc^boV^ns tfJSil TUnns were wry quiet at the mine when onera aSWSSSrf of filling tocod^igt Snast cUht— but within an hour somo of the 1 from those places the miuerB gathered in large members Tliey adopted the usual course of first and forsake tho worK. su m«« o™tVi,« whole the mtoers did not relish, and they Wn to ^c acenstomod epithets at ond appeaWtotheUibourera. They were not permittedto conwwhere t hesho vel- Uob was cobg on, but they euoroaChed upon the pKy^lTttlegand little andhad to be driven back ?r^_. _*_. «..J *i,»n Rfiveral women were among he Wwdrsome of them with chUdrcn in their We taken to the workshop at the enginej shed on names of aU descriptions, the women joining uithis TSi.8 gone into the workshop the , . crowd were addre^l in Solent tmlj.^ their number. After the men had resumed w orK , ti^Stag» to graduaUy «^*%\.&amp...

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W. J. Chapman's Report [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 22 September 1888

W. J. Chapman's Report, Nothing of importance to announce in connection ^/ with the stock market although the late ram has revived courage in many a desponding breast Pboperti-.— My sale yesterday was well attended and biddings remarkably brisk, and on the whole the prices realised were satisfactory. Mr. Jas. O'Brien purchased the Old Bee Hive Stores, Stabling, and allotments No. 2 and 3 of section for -^ £239. Mr. A. J. Macdonald purchased allotments , ,* 4 and 3 of section 3 for £80. I also sold privately 80 acres of land at Betto wynd, the property of Mr. Pat Monagban at a satisfactory price, Mr. R. J. Gash purchaser. «y

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"Doing the Irishman" [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 22 September 1888

. ? ? ? ' Doing the Irishman' A writer in last Saturday's Feeeman's JonEkAL, speaking of the success of a Bomau CathoUc concert iu one of the Sydney suburbs, pointe out one thing— and one thiug alono-which marred the pleasure of the evening. ' Towards the end of the concert,' he says 't weU meaning but misguided young tnau got up oud gave an Irish coroic song. A very ? „„. ; /„„ .,nn-m itnnnff men desirouB of sinning in the musical line is, that, eveu though they can not ' score hieh' in really good music, they can, at any rale, W a banjo or a set of 'bones, blacken their faces, and do the ' uigger husmess ; and should the worst come to the worst, they can procure ft battered old hat, and patched old cute way coat, «, rod waistcoat, oud a pair of second todrt°r^nr& overy Irishmen .gjjfl. & « SiouthB to product what they suppose to be, or a, mum so much. If those who undertook to do the thing K least amodicum _of: mimicrj rto their system KSL0 'XYof? (a ^long way ' oF...

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LONDON. THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 22 September 1888

LONDON. T&chsd'aT. A eveat conference of the Liberal Unionist party lias feen held at Bradford. A letter was received from Lord Harlington declaring that the principal! of disorder and lawlessness in Ireland were ireceSr ing increased support from the English allies oi ^Th^JfoAerbv ridiculed the idea that punish ment for resistance to lawful authority wai poll. ; tical martyrdom. „ , Mr. Chamberlain declared that it was Imposiibl. to grasp Mr. Gladstone's policy. He thought they would Sot be able to heal the breach in the Liberal party The Unionists, he said, were not prepared to accept any scheme of self-governmont for Ire land at the hands of Mr. ParaeU. The evicaons at present carried on were not unjust ana reswHuict to evictions was simply powerless in its effect. The Senate of the United States have referred the Retaliation Bill to a sub-committee. The Ameer of Afghanistan is dead. In the mateh Australians t. Surrey the forme* have two out for 68 runs. The wool sales co...

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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 22 September 1888

GENERAL NEWS. Thursday's scratching* included ^mOaaA nf llw A J C Derby and Second Foal btekes , tterout of the^econd Foal Stakes ?Dfy Grand out of aU engagements, and Silence out of tbAAveJrdCict0oaf^iUful murder against some party **? VC1 **??*' v , ? , ? ^j i.t_ +i,_ 4«irv that 111* I SStoTitoboay of the Uby found strangled in Tte Mdbonrne Daily ThwbaW ridicules the 'taabrtfa action of Colonel Spaldingm proceed inTto New Lambton with a Nordenfeldt gun when mviXtsidents are urging the Government to adopt retaliatory measures on ▼«*«««««»«* I upon the policy pureuou. «j ''»- ? j — i matter of stock and cereal taxes. . , Mr. Brunker, tho new Minister for Lands, lias been banqueted by hU constituents because lie has 8£U Joe jeu&m Ministry. They evidently sympathise with him. . , , . j A lad named Dunn has been arrested m Mel bourne on a charge of appropriating a cheque, St assisting a biker's c°fi°ctor- ^e U a0CUSed °f ^KidS-lldJIiddle Harbor were ^thrown into asteteofintcjis...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 22 September 1888

WANTED, a GARDENER; - married- mwi | preferred. Appl^to^^ 1 ? ?' ? Bedcrvale. . I Sept, 21, '88. .),., , 1 TMPODNDED at Elrington on the 19th&ay rf I I September, 1888, Irom Witsttaie, :«y v- °: I Byrne out of enclosed paddock. Damages and | Chestnut mare, CCnear shoulder, white face, I white snoto on wether, shod all ronnd -cooked and 1 barred), pigeo»itoed, collar marked, ttgea, IP 1 Sum due onauhnals at date of np|leel2#. 9i. j Bay horse, t! a off shoulder, collar marked, j two hind shoes ou (cooked), aged; 154 handi; ? . AJ P uot released, wiU be sold a^ thw poupd, #m noon, on the Uf h day ^^ |^f^ ' ' ? ' Poundliecppr.

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CABLE MESSAGES. LONDON, SEPT. 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 22 September 1888

CABLE MESSAGES. _ — . — ^ ? (Ifrom tho Sydney Papers.) Londok, Sept. 17. ?'Sffir-SWil ^ical Commission appomted under the Tun Charges Act, passed list session to inquire into the cTiarges mode by the Times against Mr. Parnell and «f « immbn of the Pameiute party, were opened to-day The Commission conBisis m w-= *'$'\ 'X ,;„„ f^vimi 1 Hannen, Mr. Justice Day, and Mr. Justice Le«en ^ James Hannen is the president of the Com minion. In opening the sittings, he stated that Hie b quiry would £ limited to the persons avid charges involved in the late action of O'DonncU v. te Times. The Commission, however, would re serve to itseUtte right to call anyone it night consider able to elucidate the issues to be consider «1 The Breedings of the Commission would be ] carried on according to the ordinary court nue». Sir Charles Russell, Q.C., and Mr. Asquitb ap pcaredfor Mr. Parnell and 84 members ni the PameUite party, Sir Richard K. Webster, Q-^-» Attorncy-Geueral ; with Mr. W. Grahame ap oeored...

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F. L. Barker's Weekly Produce Report. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 22 September 1888

F. L. Barker's Weefcly Produce Report j Wool.— No further sales have been made, this being the off week but a large quantity of new wool being now warehoused, catalogues of same will shortly be submitted. u^W Sheepskins.— The market brightened up a littleM last sale day and the decline reported in my last was*1 recovering. ' My figures being— for best 4M to fid ^, (.,-,m«ul, »nii nuiditv 4d to 4id : short 3 1 J to3MB peltslidto2Jd;crossbreds4dto4idperlb. ^1 Leather.— Sales of Sole have taken place on. shipping account, but in almost every other line business is at a standstill. Quotations un Hides'.— The operationsof shippers greatly tended to sustain the markets on Friday, tanners only pur cbasihg sparingly. Quotations: Prime, stout, extra heavies to 38d ; ordinary, 2Jd to 3d ; sloppy, 2gd» medium, 2|d to Sfd ; light, 2|d to 3id; damaged, I Jd to 2Jd per lb. Taixow.— There was a large attendance at tlie sales this weete, wuen ft unsK aeuuwu umwu ?»? .v all qualities, my realisation...

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OUR TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY Friday, 11.30 A.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 22 September 1888

OUR TELEGRAMS. (FBOM OTO OWJS COBSBSPOKBEST.) SYDNEY Fhiday, 11.30 a.m. At the Homebush fat stock sales yesterday 1150 cattle were yarded and prices were down 157- ' 20/. nor head. The highest average for bulloc was £7 IS/-, a few extra prime realising £10 3/6. and others from £5. 14.G30 sheep were penned and prices were firm, best merinos realising 14/^, others from 17/- and crossrbreds 13/ per head, Tho Bpooi&l auditors' Investigation into mo owy j corporation account* has led to the dUwovery of 1 idiitMnalfraud« perpetrated in 188*. Theamonn. of the defalcations U not yet ftdly ascertained, Tho now Minister for Lands eaya that hUi gwai j aim wliile In office will bo to admlnUtor the law Wriyaai efficiently and with justice to aU p«. . | I W Tho Premier wiU bo shortly banqueted by his constituents at St. Leonards. rj._v*~. Several men resumed wore aiwio»«w ''»y™« - (nine yesterday under military protection. About 1TO0 minors assembled, but no disturbance was ^Th? wo'rk of ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 22 September 1888

' ~~ DIED, ' ' I of tbo late Aaron Annon, »gea 82 yearn. BKMDWOOD DISPpj Strenue et Prospere. ? SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1888.

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