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Settling on Lands in America. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 1 June 1889

SettHuu on Lands iu Amcrict Scenes of great excitement have taken place in connection with the settlement on laud in the Oklahoma district, wliich consists of 3,000,000 acres, distance about 40 hours' railwuy journey from Chicago, and which i» mostly well wooded, watered, mid fertile Iftud. It has been Uuwu open upon the following conditions : — That with regard to the unsettled territory, after noon on April 22nd any person was entitled to acquire any 640 unclaimed acres upon merely going through cei-tain legal formalities. 'Through- out the previous two days the trains brought up thousands of people. There must have been fiO,000 people waiting on the borders of Oklahoma when the morning of the 22nd bvokc. Punctually ivt noon iv tvumpctw sounded the dinner call, which was the signal nirvcftd muni for the. start. Awav dashed horsemen across the line into Oklahoma in a mad gallop fiercely lashing their horses followed closely by buggies, buckboards, and road waggons, and the rear bro...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Heavy Rains. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 1 June 1889

' The Heavy Rains. At Burwood 1 1 -75 inches full in 34 hours. j ' Some portions of Richmond are flooded, and a few of the farmers' wives, with tlicir families und stock have had to take refuge in the high kink. At Clifton houses have been unroofed by the gale mid other damage done, and all railway road, and postal communication with Sydney stopped. CainUmi is reported to be Mu-raiuitled with water, DllG llOOtl OH X HUB'liHJ' Hijj'iw 'w*»»(j, '1' *'?' ' ? j mill and rising slowly. From Thursday morning to 7 on Tuesday night 25.39 in. of rain were rcgietercd at Rydc. The bridge approaching the railway station was wushad ! away ou Tuesday morning. Great damage has ljeeu done by flood waters at Lithgow. All Uieminrs except the Lithgow Val ley are closed, the bridge at tlie Zigzag siding has iicen swept away and one dam at thepottery works has collapsed. , t ? 1 .1 ) 000 people are out off from communication with the town. Provisions ore being passed to them across a wire rope. I A port...

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

Weekly €nlcndar. « , , «» i Day* of Sun : Sun IMooiib Dftynof the Week M-mt,, RiBL, ' Sets. Age. WBWBMr ? May 29 6 SO ! 5 58 30 Thuhsday ? „ 30 0 fiO « 38 *. FWDAV ? .. M ««Ji*£ * Satuwmv ? Juiip 1 0 .-S j .it a Scsday ? 2 6 .W 5 o, 4 Monpay ? 3 ' 0 59 ? 4 5- 5 TCKSDAV ? „ * 6 o' 4 5' ' 1 I

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

and Elegant designs BRUSSELS CARPELS, Wilton Pile Carpets, Indian Carpets, Turkey Carpeti, Kensington Squarei, and Tapeatry Carpets. ? We Invite attention to those about to fur nish or renew their carpets to our unrivalled ?took oT these goods. The rtyles fire new, rich, elegant, and distinctive, and suitable for Drawing-rooms, Sitting-rooms, Dinmn rooms, ltcd-rooms, Landingt, Stairs. We import only the best qualities, and our prices are no higher than those quoted else where for inferior makes. _ R iigs, Floorcloths, Linoleums and Mattings in great variety. Pattern*, with prices and full particular*, sent post free on application. We have a large stock of Art, Cabinet and Lpliolstcry furniture always on hand, and we can make to any design if required. Duvitl Jones and Company, CARPET, FLOORCLOTH AND ART Furniture Warehouse. Omrasitc tlie General Post Office GEORGE STBEET, SYDNEY. G RATEFUL— COMFORTING. EPPSSJDOCOA. iinv BREAKFAST. R a1t.h»ro'S« knowledge of the natural law XJ which...

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

LOCAL NEWS. Amxjcbs.— We ate pleased to learn that very little damage lias been sustained by any of the mining works iu Araluen from tlio flood waters during the late rains. The main creek was not as nigh is the former rains at Christmas caused it to be, when all the claims were filled in. Smith 6 large claim to Upper Aralueu eseapedany material damage, and operations were in full swing yester day morning. The Bees was only filled in with water. The Oriental, iu close neighbourhood to it in the vicinity of Newtown, only suffers from Tuttlcbee'a, at Stony Creek. Hoskius party, ? little lower down, have luul to stop work, but tow has been only on accouut of their head race having been washed away in certain places. Mr. Men. Newman, who in former years started several mining works in Aralucn, has returned after several yeare' absence, and taken up wider lease from Messrs. Macgregoraud Co., who purchased BurneU'B Estate, a large slice of ground consisting of some 60 or 70 acres betweeu ...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MOON'S PHASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 1 June 1889

MOON'S I'MASE. Moon's first quarter, June 7, at 6.0 a. in. The Braitood Dispatch. Slrennt tt I'ro*j-er6 SATURPAY.TUKE 1, 1889.

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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A Strange History. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 5 June 1889

A Strange History. The case of John Gardner, tlie erstwhile Western Australian convict, who (says the Melbourne Age) is probably the man referred to in a pecial cable message from London as having received bis liberty, is one of those strange and paiuftil histories wMch from the groundwork of those i-eal life romances which are above and beyond the powers of fiction. John Gardner began life in London as a chimney sweep, while yet a boy, and followed his occupation there til] he raiclied manhood. In 1863 or 1864 he came upon a turning point of his life in the shape of conviction of a horrible domestic murder, an event which would have wrecked the lives of the most of men. He was tried before Lord Chief Justice Cockburn for the murder of his wife and his mother, and being con victed was sentenced to death. According to his repeated statements to our infomiani a Western Australian gentlemn n who knows him well, he was convicted on purely circum stantial evidence and persisted in assert...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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General Boulanger in London. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 5 June 1889

Ctencral Bouhtngcr in London. General Bouiangei- arrived in London oh Wednesday afternoon, April 24th, the jour ney from Dover being made with almost royal pomp. The General crossed the Gii.iu nel from Ostend in the special steamer Victoria, reaching the Admiralty pier, Dover, soon after 1 o'clock. The weather was cold, showery and windy, A siiimII number of people showed a little enthusiasm. A few cried ' Vive Boulanger,' but again there was slight hissing. General Boulanger, who ?was accompanied by Count Dillon and M. Naquet, whose entourage consisted of about 20 persons, was met at the pier by the two superintendents of the South-Eastern Rail way, and were conducted to a special train. Several journalists made a rash to interview the General, but tlie police repulsed them. The General entered a saloon car, and the train steamed off. At Charing Cross the Railway Company had made special prepara tions, and erected barriers to prevent a crush. As at Dover, the weather was rainy, and...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LONDON. MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 5 June 1889

LONDON. Monday. The Panslavist party are j ubilant, believing the Czar's speech at the banquet in St. Peters burg, in which lie declared that Prince Montenegro was the only sincere fneud of Russia portends tlie re-opening of the eastern question. The comments of the Berlin Press indicate uneasiness at the Czar's utterances, and regard tlie same as an invitation to France to enter into an alliance with Russia. The Vienna Press regards Prince Monte negro as a candidate for the throne of Great Servia. Communication with Johnstown has been restored. The distress is appalling aud ConemaugU Valley is desolated. Farms, mills, hamlets, and a town with fifty-five thousand inhabitants, have been completely swept away. The Cambri Ironworks, Johnstown, em ploying 7000 hands, were destroyed. The suddenness of the disaster was terrible. The waterspout broke over the reservoir on Friday afternoon and caused tlie reservoir to burst the banks iutorreute. The water was forty £eet deep and swamped Joh...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 5 June 1889

BBAIBWOOD JLOTiajfL Dlftfir imniinij tiomt TUB MANAGEMENT confidently expect that i!otn-illisl(ui-liii(r the -1cl-iy caused by wet weather they will Ijo aide to OPEN THE NEW & SPACIOUS RIHK IN DUKCAN-SriiKBT -—ON — Thursday Evening, 13th JUNE. The Rink will be finished in a style Eq.ua! to any in the Colony, And Fiiniiebeil with ovei-j'tliiug that will leud to the comfort and pleasure of its patrons. The Lighting and Seating Will be perfect and the CLOAK ROOMS for Ladies and Gentlemen suitably fitted up. THE SKATES For Hire will be of tl-o most approved patterns, viz., RAYMOND'S EXHCNSiON, HENLEY CHALLENGE and HENLEY MONARCH, aud of all sizes and descriptions. The RinJ^ will be open Every Day At Hours and Prices as follows : — MORNING, 11 to 12.30. Ladies and Children only . . .free Floorage ? Free Hire of Skate ? 6d AFTERNOONS, 3 to 5. Ladies aud Children ? 6d Geutlemen ? Is Hoorage ? ? fjd Ladies' & Children's Skates ... 6d Gentlemen's Skates ? Is EVENING, 7.30 to ...

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Select Poetry. THE TRUTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 5 June 1889

Select Poetry. THE TRUTH. What will it matter, bye and bye, Whether the slties have been dark or clenv, Whether your heart or mine was true, Whether my eyes have a smile or tear ': I do not Bay that my love will !a«t Through the weary years I must walk ulonc j 3 only know there was a time My lovo und life were all your own. When the fair blue sky took a brighter hue, If I could but feel your presence near ,- And mj heart kept time to the happy thought That spring, with its sweet liriglit Hopes, was here. But time sped on with its changes sure, Bobb it pain you, too, to recall the past ? You need not grieve — 1 never wished To hold a. love that could not last. You need not Utamu yourself alone ; I can touch your hand witl1 never a Kigh. The fault was in nature. We might have known That you would change— and ko would I.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 5 June 1889

£50 Reward £50 fraud & deceit. In order to protect the people from being defrauded and cheated, the American Hop Bitters Company offers the above Reward for the arrest and conviction of f.ny person or persons refilling the American Hop Bitters Company's botttes, and for selling any vile nostrum or compound as the genuine and original Or. 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. 3DM. SOULE'S HMERICRN HOP ♦ BITTERS (A MEDICINE, NOT A DRINK), COSTAINS UOl'S, IMICHU, MAWDBAKE, DASBEMON. ASDTlHSruREM ASD BE6T MEDICAL QMLIT1H 0* ALL OTUBR J3IJTER18. TECBV OTTIMES All niswispn of the Stoinaoh. Bowels, Blood, Urar, K dneyfami #&' Organ, N«rvou»-«», SUepleM ness, Feirale Complaints and Drunkenaess. THOUSANDS UPON THOUSANDS!!! of testimonials of the most wonderful cures, volnn SrSt u», we do not publish torn, w they do i not make U'C cure. !t is out medicine, Dr. Boule« ™,erlc*.f Hop ...

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The Case of John Davies. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 5 June 1889

The Case of John DnvteH. ?Sir Henry Parlies tiwli orcasinu to iitform 'tlio ? Legislative Assembly on irridny that ho had jiist ? received- n lettor from tlie Crown Solicitor, elides- j ing thu opu'iutn'iif Mr. V, Hogers, QX1, in ivftinmca j tu Thcu,v3a of llr. .3o)m Davjcp, iumI bo pwicqeded ?: to raail from it tin; substance of the opinion. Mi1, \ ttiigurs had liccu naked -whether Mr. Darics was] liable to be -prnueeuted under certain section* nftlic j Criminal l.tiw Consuliilatiou A«;t, or undef the! Common 1/w. Mr.' Kouurs cave it as his Dilution ! tlint ilr. D.ivius was not liable to prosecution undue the socUniis fefcrred to, not1 was' ho li.tbic on Com mon law. Tho Premier uid thai haviiigxnily vo vuived the 'ruport a f«w nihmtcs previously, he could nut now Iny i6 upon the tuble, but he would do so on the ucxt'rittuig day. Mr. biblia iuQiiircil if the Colonial Secretary would witlinld the pny liiciit of ihe money claimed by Mr. Davies uiitil i'iirliamont had had (in opportun...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CABLE MESSAGES. LONDON, MAY 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 5 June 1889

GABLE MESSAGES. (From the Sydney Papers.) LONDON. May 30. The Clau-u x-Oael Society officially denies that it sentenced to death as spies Dr. Cromn, who was re cently murdered, Major Le Carwi, tlie Tinas wit ness, aud others. A tvaggouer named Woodfuff has confessed that he aided in the murder of Dr. Cronin, by as sisttug to remove the body. He stated that Dip murderers kept him waiting with his waggon until Cromn was killed, when the body, which iu a. box was placed on his conveyance, aud driven to tu opon sewer, where it was deposited. Detectiva Bruce states that au al te-«i 'ii if Chic ago ofl'ei-ei! him £120 to deuoy aud uiui'Ucr Crouiu Bruce was violently assaulted because he failed to fulfil the agreement. The alderman declared that Ue could engage plenty of others to murder Crou- in. Further particular* of the political riots in Servia show that the mob attacked and dispensed a meet ing of the Progressist party. They afterwards at tacked the house of the leader* of the Progre...

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Improvements on Conditional Purchases. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 5 June 1889

IniiU'ovcniotits oh €oiuli(ional Piircbnses. An important decision affeeiuig the qncGtion «f iinproveincnts upon conditional purchases was given by the l'ull Court on Thursday upon a case staled by t!ie Miuister for Lands, jt appears that C'jje Hug!) Uordou was tho tnuisferrce of a condi tional purchase made in 1S'5 by a -man nninoil Caiu iu tlie Wurialda district and in 1SS2 an-l 1883 he took sip certuiu additional conditional purchases the last being in area 183 ncrcs. In September, 1SSS, an iuijuiry as to the fulfilment of tho condi tions relating to improvement's on the additional conditional jrarchas-e of 18t) acres eamo on for hear ing before the WarinbU Liuul Hoard. At that time the original improvements on the conditional pur chase of IS'o, consisting of a house, fencing and ft dam, had by deterioration and other injury became valueless, ami it was contended by Cordon that in considering the question of iinprovcmcntB the ori ginal aud subsequent improvement should be both ta...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 5 June 1889

GENERAL NEWS. 'At least nine-tenths of the furniture sold in Syducy is made by Cniueee,' This was a state ment made by Mr. Melville, M.L.A. as une of a deputation that waited on the Prcnier ou Thurs day ou the subject of Chinese competition in the cabinet-making trade. Tiie deputation cuinplaiued that many of tire large furniture u-iublisliinents in the city sold nothing else l-ulChi.i-uiMn:ule furni ture representing it. as of Kuiopean manufacture, aud ivtjuestcd that steps should in- t,iki-:i ti com pel tlia ^:iiiucs(i to stamp Uieir furniture, ajd the vendors of it to exhibit it in some conspicuous place so that the public might not- be duusivud. Sir Henry rarkes expressed sympathy jvilh l)icc^buiet makiuo trade iu the difficulty in which they were placed by the ' uuuatmul competition of the Chinese,' and promised to lx'present the state of tilings to the Cabinet. Ue suggested tbat some member should test the feelings of the Legislative Assembly in the matter by moving a motion, ...

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Terrible Railway Accident. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 5 June 1889

Terrible Rnihray Accident. The Bwnos Ayres Standard gives details of an accident which occurred on the Rosario line on March H. It says : — ' The accident occurred on the embankment near Bancalari, at kil. 21, at 10 o'clock at night. Three second-class carriages crammed with immi grants jumped oiT the track', and the kerosene lamps soon set fire to the clothes of the un fortunate travellers. Immediately tlmi-a was a mad rush for the doors, which were locked. The -weakest were trampled on, and from the windows first-class passengers could see terri fied beings jumping wildly to escape from the flames that enveloped the carriages. Then came the revolting scenes of the struggles with the pitiless flames. One man was held down by a wheel which had caught his right arm. The flames approached fast, and the unfortunate being, seeing death before him, shouted out with frenzy, Oiie man rushed to his rescue, but the flames en veloped him, and he was driven back by the burning breath of the fi...

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Parliamentary. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 5 June 1889

Parliamentary. lM-ectly ihe Speaker look the chair in the Legislative Assembly on Friday, Mr. If. L-wien, one c-f the members for Tnmwortli, rose anil ad vanced to the table amid cheers from both sides of House. He said that iu view «f what had befallen him iu th; Supreme Court that day iie felt it, his duly to the House ami t-o tiie iiiijjortaiit consti tuency he ivpreseuu'll to teuiler his resignation. He hud boon found guilty by the Supreme Court of dishonorable eonducl, and' suspendeil from -lie practice of lii^profcsfjnii for 12 mouths. He felt that, although lie might have been guilty of au iu discrvtiou, he had doiic nothing te cause his wife and childn-n to blush. Mr. Levicn, who was very muiii oveivainc by emotion, wasjKiiuronsl}' cheered by the House as he h-iuded in his resiauatiou to the feiieakei'. .Sir Heurj- 1'arkus iu moving that the j seat be declared vacant, said the causes that had led thchou. fc'tfiitlemu!) to tpke the course he had taken were sincerely regret te...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 5 June 1889

WANTED, THREE GIRLS-Cook, House maid and Nurse. Mas. ROYDS, Durham Hall. Tl MEMBERS jm« requested io attend a MEET IVl ING on FRIDAY EVENING, at the A! biou Hotel, at 8 p.m. Important business, »OB1YJ. C. MADDRELL, President,

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A Horrible Murder. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 5 June 1889

A Horrible Murder. News bas been received of a terrible tra gedy which w.-is enacted at Floras Hay, Una tiin Island, off the const of Honduras, on the 9th of March. The Rev, Mr. Hobson, a Baptist minister, his wife, and their daughter a girl 3 2 years of age, were murdered while asleep in their house. The wounds on their bodies were innumerable, and they bad met instant death, as the heads of all three were ihnost separated fro-vi their bodies. Tlie M-ime was committed in order to obtain pos session of some money with which the family were about to leave for Belize. Tlie accused is in prison : he is a Jamaican, who had been pery well treated by the family lie is charged ivith having slaughtered. He coldly declares that he is innocent, but sis some of the money lias been found in his house and there are other proofs, there appears but little doubt that he is the criminal. He has served in the garrisons in India and Africa, and his papers are all in order. He calls himself Burrcll, bu...

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