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A Policeman Murdered in Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 5 June 1889

A PolleeiUiiH Mnrderct! hi Sydney. - Co:i»'..iV.s- S;r.;ic;:.i;; 1 -,f..s b:\-u-;!jt Uj thcSvinev H-.j-n-.v. on Mivj.J vy m-jvuiK.', afi-.iui 3.,'.'i o'clock, by S-.'a:..ir-S.-:-^.int RiLiD^.n mid Mr. M'K'.huue, hi Tt:riut' ir« tho v.-wts of ;i billk-t wound received whiUt *.-u.ie;ivin-iiig to arroft a bur^iar at a house in Mji'itay-rtr-.vi. Pitts l\iint. He was imiue di;;te!y uttt::il«.-il by b-. IXm.Uon, who t'onud that he ii:id Mi-f.'diitftl a ballet n'ouiul in the ri-rht groin, fi-um which cjUMd.-r.ibIe hemorrhage had taken p'iWMt SntHtrliiuii was coascions at the time of a-tiiiis£'.on ana nv;u lor ;u-out three ;sov\rs, James Morrison, the mn-j arr«teil by t!i-j police and elurg? 1 with tho mnrdi.'r, was broii^tht face to face wit'j hiaiinthc Uiir!,aiJ t'.ie constable a: once ijeutiiii-ij him a* the .isA.ii.sut, but tiiisthe accused stcuOy denied, .^ntberlnnd was a native of New Zeu!a;i.l. and im-lb-i.ii oiilv two ycarein the colony. Only in April last U-, t.-, ?!: --.at .i poli...

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OUR TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY. TUESDAY 11.40 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 5 June 1889

OUR TELEGRAMS. IFBOM ODE OWS COBBKSKHmESTj. SIDNEY. TOBSDAV 11,40 P.M. At tbo HouielMiah stock soles yesterday 1000 cattle were yarded aud prices were firm, tlie highest average for bullocks being j£9 12s. nud others from £4 17b. 8700 sheep were penned and the waaket closed a shil ling: higher. Best merinos averged 14s lid. a few exceptional yrirae 17s 3d, others from 7e 2s. The fixed iu vestments iu the Queens Jubi lee Fund amount to L16.G00, yielding an iucoujt' of £S48. At a Cabinet mooting yesterday tho mat ter of 'Mr. Piloher'u opinions in Jolin Davies* case was discussed, but no iitui! decision has yet been arrived at. Tho engine driver mid firemen on the western Hne urge the Commissioners to ap point an independent board of incjniry into the charges of neglect, drunkenness, &c, pre ferred Against them, all of which they deny. A stabbing affray has occurred at Coon nmble, by which .i man iwrned Mel for h;ul Jiis lungs pierced. Thoinas Hnwiciiit), a KcUler residing near...

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British Flags Brought Down. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 5 June 1889

British Flags Brought Powu. New York, April 29. — A number of militiamen from Pitsburg who were sight seeing this morning were attracted as they were going along Worth-street by a large British flag floating from a shop-window above an American flag of similar dimensions. ' Let's take it down, or make them do it,' said one. TJjey then commenced to call to the people in the house. A crowd collected, which yelled and hooted at the English flag and demanded that it be taken down. The sergeant in command of the soldiers requested the proprietor to remove the flag or to place it below the Stars and Stripes. This the pro prietor seemed willing to do when he saw the flag was abnoxious to his neighbours, but his wife refused to allow them to touch the flag. The soldiers then drew their knives and soon had the obnoxious flag on the ground with out the slightest resistance being ofl'ered. When the flag came down the crowd cheered. Further down the street was another British tlag above an Amer...

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

Horscford's Acid Phosphate* Makes am Ixvigoraotxc Dbivk. witli water and sugar only. Delicious.

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

Weekly Citlcadnr. »v-«»w«*|^.|i&:^13sr Wbiwksdav ? June S 7 0 ' i US 7 ViitnuuMV., ? „ 6.7.04 56 s . Viiihav ? ,,7 7 1 4 50 -A (Saturday ? ,,8 7 I -i r-i) 11 Siinway ? „ !- j 7 2 ? 4 HO 12 Monday ? , Hi - 7 2 ! 4 M 13 TuiauAA- ? „ II I 7 :s i .'-i- 14 i i MOON'S fllAMi;. Full Moon, June 14, at 0.3 a.m. The Braidwood Dispatch. Strcimd ct Prosper*!. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 5, 1889.

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

ami Elegant designs BRUSSELS CARPI5TS, Wilton Pito Carpets, Indian Carpets, Turkey Carpets, Remington Squares, and Tapestry Carpels. We invite attention to those about to fur nitsh or renew their carpets to our unrivalled stock of these goods. The styles ore new, rich, elegant, aud distinctive, and suitable for Drawing-rooms, Sitting-rooms, Dining rooms, licit-rooms, Landings, Stairs. We import only the best qualities, and out prices arc no higher than those quoted else where for inferior makes. Hugs, I'loorclothSj Linoleums aud Mattings in great variety. Patterns, -with prices and full particulars, scjit, post free on application. We have a large slock of Art, Cabinet Mid Upholstery furniture always on hand, imd we can Jiiiilse to any design if required. CAltl'KT, FLOORCLOTH AND ART Furniture Warehouse. Opposite the General Post Office, GliORGli STKI2ET, SYDNEY. GRATEFDL— COMFORTING. EPPSSTCOCOA. B R K A K F A S T. T)Y a thorough knowledge of the natural laws _O which govern the op...

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Co[?]ma Railway Opening. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 5 June 1889

Cooma Railway Opening. The third and (inal soetiou of the --nulhum to t'ownii i-iiilway was formerly opened fur tr.itti'j on Thursday last, ami the important district of Monavo is now pl.iccilin connection with the railway system of New .South Wales, and tlirangh it with that of the neighbouring colonies. When originally contemplated there was little tiicu of the line going beyond Cooina. and this point will probably remaiu lov some time the ter minus. 15ut un e-;teusioii to Boinbala will doubt low follow by aud by, mid then a comparatively nhort further extension would reach Uie Victorian twraer, ami coiinceliug witli the (iippslaml )iuo, fiinn an nltcniHtive route to Melbourne. This gives the Hue to Coonia »i prospective importance beyond thatattacbingeven to the opening ot railway couituuuicatiou with the large and valuable district of which Coouiu is the centre. It is now about six years anil a half since work commenced on this line. It was let iu three sec tiona. The contractor...

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

LOCAL NEWS.' Tub Bay Dawk — The following is the manager's report of the I)ay3-own (ioM-inmuMj Cflintuiy, for the week ending 25th ultimo :— Jiitstei-iV whine lias been sunk a further depth of 4ft., making 4S'ft. in all, and the necessary timber jiut in. Western winze has been recommenced mill tufceii down another (ift., reef showing fair gold. At tlic 1 Soft. level the eastern drive has )-ecn extended Hit. oil a fair-sited body of cradling stuff showing good gold The reef proper has now an inclination' to make in size. The western drive tine been loutimied h fur ther distance of 8ft. and still shows fair uold with occasional patches of rich stone. About 20 tons of crushing staff ha veboaii raised. Machinery con tinues to work well. — Following is the manager's report for the week ending 1st iiistaiit.-~'.At the 130ft. level the drive castTiiis been extended 2ft. on a fair-sized body of crushing stuff carrying good gold. In order to increase the output of stone a 'nse1 will be comme...

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Jefferson Davis's Romance. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 8 June 1889

Jefferson Stavis's Romance. The -ifst iMH-age of Jeflerson Davis was of a somewhat romantic character. After ^r.iduati)ig at 'West Point he vsis orded to Fort Crawfoi-d at Prairie du Chien, 'Wis., the post then commanded by Colonel Zachavy Taylor. The daughter of tiie latter, Miss S.il'lie Knox Trtylor, at ouce i'ell desparately in love with the handsome ;iud intellectual young :iGuten;mt, ana tiie euectiou was re ciprocated ; but tlie ok! Colonel was averse to any watch-making under the circumstances, and peremptorily forbade Davis from visiting his quarters except in an oilieial capacity. Tl)e lovers managed to sec fciich other by stratcgem, however, and one morning at day light they were missing. Thfi hou&ehold was instantly aroused, the servants interrogated, and a search mail?, but nothing was elicited save that the door of the stable was open, four horses were gone, and their tracks indicated a hasty departure, Further exami nation of the premises showed that Lieu tena...

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The "Times"-Parnell Commission. LONDON, May 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 8 June 1889

The 'Times '-rarucll Cosnisussion. hosDox, May 3 Mr. Parnel], in continuing his evidence before the Special Commission, was -]u«s- tioned as to the no-rent manifesto of 1S81, 'Was not that un act of retaliation for youv arrest V asked Die Attorney-General. In a sense it was, the witness said : it would not have been issued if he and liis friends had i not been arrested. It wus not ;i fact that the manifesto was prepared Jiefore lie w;is put in prifrun. William O'Brien drew it up in KiJmainiiain, and it was signed by several prisoners there. The ' no rent' manifesto. he admitted, was condeuinable, and he hini m.w w».»|v,w^ti i^/ jura mouu, UUi UK} \:Ulll-Jl I1UI say it had ever been formally condemned or withdrawn. Sir Richard Webster then en deavoured to force witness either to approve of and sanction or disclaim and disavow anv sympathy with the red-hot articles that from time to time appeared in Uniud Ireland 'after the purchase of that disreput-ible paper (tlie words are Mr. Parn...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 8 June 1889

WANTED, THREE GIBLS-tCnok, Hoiue nrnid and Nureo. Mm ROYDB, Durham Hall. Notice. A SI AM LEAVING THE DISTRICT on 1st J\. JULY to Practice at North Shore, Sydney, I should feel tnnch obliged if ALL ACCOUNTS would be settled before tbat date. HAROLD L. CUMMIKGS. June 7th, 1889. To Let, mttAT nicely-Bttufttod Property, 'BAW- JL THORN COTTAGE,*' containing six UoomB, Coach-house, Stable and every convenience ; now iu the occupation ot C. A. Baymt, Esq. Tor terms and particulars apply iQEO; ERED. TAYLOR, IDujiOftB'ttreofc, FREE TRADE STORES. OHO USUAL NI0HTH17 8'J??L!E1 » ILL BE TO HAND EARL\ NEXT WEEK. Every Department will be fully Stocked up AND SOME Nice New Goods Opened I MILLINERY AnFuMDERCLOTHINC. I am aot a Milliner, But tiic MILLINERY ROOM IS IN FIRST CLASS ORDER under the able mauacnineut of a VERY COMPETENT YOONG LADY. The Stock is New, Fashionable am! €lieap, Despite envious insinuations to tbe contrary. Berlin and other Wools and Silks in every Sljade. Warranted NOT TO COME ...

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LONDON. THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 8 June 1889

- LONDON. Thuusoay. The registration of the survivors from the floods at Pittsburg lias been completed, the final estimate being 1500 persons perished. The St. Petersburg correspondent of tbe Standard says that Russia is plotting with Montenegro for the absorption of Servia. It is also reported that tbe Grand Duke, Nicho las, lieir apparent to the Russian throne, is betrothed to the daughter of Prince Monte negro. 400,000 bales of wool have arrived for the Mr. Gladstone has commenced his -xm\- paign by addressing a meeting at Soutli hampton. He predicted tbat at the next general e'ection the Liberal and Home Rule party would be returned with a majority of a hundred followers, Later. Earl Lytton, tbe JBritieb Ambassador in Paris, iff seriously ill. Two hundred and fifty members of the Chamber of Deputies sent an effusive reply to an address re ceived from the members of the British Parliament regretting the absence of Lord Lytton from tbe opening ceremony of tbe Exhibition. ' Tbe Mah...

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Original Poetry. THE ROAD TO HIS HEART. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 8 June 1889

Original Poetry. TME ROA» TO HIS HK.iltT. ' What makes you love me, Georg?,' she said, With sweet simplicity ; And -while she spoke her golden head i Was pillowed oil his knee. ' Is it because my face is fair, Aud pleasant to behold? le it because my curly hair la tinged with gleams of gold; ?' Was it my eyes that charmed you so, And won your heart sincere ? iwy x^uurge, j. u hkc ho ihucu w kiiuu — You'll tell me, won't you dear? ' liy dearest gir}, you're all astray, » For tho' your face is fair, Stem time will steal its charms away, And silver mount your hair.' ?? ?'I Would not care a single pin If you were plainer faced, Mere outward charms would never win A umu of my iiiio taste. ?'Sbere is a something sweeter still That I have in my eye, And when you guess it, dear, I will Tell you the reason why.' ' Oh, George ! I think that now I sec : The charm must he my voice, Tor when I call you in to tea It makes youv heart rejoice.' ' No, no, my angel ! not your voice — Tho' it play* a ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 8 June 1889

£50 HEWARO 150 !ii order to protect -the people from boina: defrauded and cheated, the American Hop Bitters Company oners the above Reward for the ari-est and conviction of -ny person or persons refilling the American Hop Bitters Company's bottlas, and for selling any vile nostrum or compound^ as the genuine and original Dr. Sou'e's Ameri can Hop EiUers, or for counterfeiting the Company's Label — a Bunch of Green Hops on a While Label, with Black Letters. HOP * BITTERS -A MEDICINE, NOT A DRIHlO, COSTA1XS HOPS, DIXBC, MANBttARE, All Dlaa™ of the Stomach, Bevels, BKxjJ. ; U«r. K diicvs and Urinary t-«r»iis. -«vonen«-, M«l-leM- iiMS, female Complaints mid Jteunkouiess. THD'JSAHDS UPON THOUSANDS!!! i£k«oi™«. It °. 'our medicine, Mr. SouWj Si^rho'K^' l-oVu ™rW but raa *a»- it, cures by Dr. Soule's American Hop bitter*,. NO OTHER GENUINE. TAKE HO OTHER. WiiTincrease the Egg/ * ^ supply. /JST, Will cure sick /jeSr / ?? fowls. / *sr / Will save / J^ / lLoaltiajj hens/ ^S* / disease./ '^y w...

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FRIDAY, MARCH 7. (Before W. J. Chapman and W. N. Bennison, Esqrs.) UNSOUND MIND. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 8 June 1889

Friday, Mabch 7. (Before XV. J. Chapman and W. N. Beuuison, Esqrs. ) cxsoukd arrxn. Josepii J. Yeates was brought np l»y Constable Wren who giivc evidence as follows:-— From infor mation received I saw the defendant in Elriiigton Street at his resilience ; asked him what was t!i« matter and what was wrong; he s:iiii 'evejythinf; was wrong' 1 saiil ' have you got anything in your piiL-kct?' heB:iiil 'what has that got to i)o with you '; 1 saiil ' have you any poison iu your ]-ocki't.:J lie admitted that he hail but refused to give it up. when I threw him down and took from him a packet of strychnine which Uc had concealed in I over and lie would find other ways to gut over the matter, that it was no use his trying to get ou, that he would do away with himself. He was very excited aiid behaved very strangely. Prisoner got ] lite poison at Mi'. Lemau's, chemist, saying he ?v,-anlfid to poison a couple of dogs. Subsequently arrested prisoner, iu company with Seuior Cou stablc McKcoii, M...

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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 8 June 1889

GENERAL NEWS. ? -y ? ?? — A number of medical men and others declined to accept the dictum of the Government geologist re garding the supposed petrified man found in a marble quarry near Orange. .Several well-known experts declare that the specimen is beyond tloulit what it is asserted to be, while others incline lotiie contrary opinion, aud unite au animated contro versy i* {r-ji'ij on o\i the subject. Sums lnrtlicr ewilence has 'je;i oY.ai.ie ! jf the mysterious uuii'der of ])r. I'l-unin, in Chicago. Two boys found ('nmin'g trouses Iniriml iii the .':i-!.l. On a further examination being male by the wife of the victim, the murdered niira's iaat unl s'sirt were discover&l. Under the shirt wa.-- a Ktr.r\js vest, which is !? !:eveil to lie chit worn b,' lie niur dcrc-r. N-j-!::of '.Iies-Ji-.-ivorii f.-o:ii 1'ie si .-v ?.).?:? Matai, which wv Wi-U'.-kc.l nil' ihs coast of N-.'W /'-aland, Sivcl any :. vi -.iil ,:-:W-i =, :v.:i ! o:ic p ^5?:uxt lost i'SV.ii-, J.-'-.i. l'.\ .?,?....

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Mr. Dillon in Queensland. BRISBANE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 8 June 1889

Sir. IMllon in Queensland. Brisbane, Monday. 1 he Gammer with Mr. Dillou on hoard arrived ' shortly after 8 this morning. Xotwitlistajuling Mr. Dillon's desire that there should be uo public roucptimi, a. great crowd assembled iu the vicinity of thu wharf and cheered lustily as the steamer ar rived. Mr. Dillon kept out of sight as much as possible, but on being recognised lie simply raised his hat in ;ict)ioHlc'(!goii)eiit. The ieccimmi com mittee ami a large number of otlitr jwiitlenieu boarded the Bteamur, and cordially wclcosnud the visitor who was tiien driven to the Imperial Hot-:l, lining again heartily cheered on leaving the wharf. A large deputation irosn Ipswich watUid upou All1. Dillon this afternoon and exprcssel their pleasure at seeing him and hoped he would visit their town. Mr. Dillon iu the course of au informal conversation said he would pay Ipswich a visit during his mis sion. Mr. Dillon addressed a meetiug to-night at the Opera House, which was crowded in every pa...

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Parliamentary. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 8 June 1889

Parliamentary. After throe motions luid been taken as formal by the Legislative Assembly ou Tuesday, Mr. Want rose, in accordance with the announcement lie made last Week, to move tlio adjournment of the House, in order to tmko his explanation with respect to the charges against Mr. i'ehon. lie bail! tliat the explanations which ha.l Ix-en made ln-l cunvineuil him that they i-onld not l,iy n:iy iwninnl chm-go I aguiast Mr. Fchon, no:- siuy tiling t'.i t unjlticil him j for his appointment. At the sasiic lini', »!;?-?»!» very j explanations were sujl] tint Iu womM inivo )i. . 'u j criminal in llio ?lisu'ii:^'.' of Iiii r-w if hu h-.t-.l allowed the a]-[i(i!i-l-.iii!.it't(i iiiws wkhnvt, ml ing foi: nn cxplana-.ioii. He regretted that ins puii.ie uut y should ii:ivc ciuseii Mr. I'ehon any in-.uuve:iie;i-,-j, and he regret tun thai i.'iat goutlem.ui .v!iuu!ii Jia-.-u been made i!ie scapegoat of 't!io Kite Rirfces Admin istration, and he strongly denounced ihe l'remier for attacking him...

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The Buttner Case. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 8 June 1889

The Buffucr Citsc, The Premier ou Thursday morning had an ]»' tervicw with Krnest lluttiscr um! offered him IMO as I a compensation, aud hearing he was desirous of lea' ing fur America promised to provide for him a free passage to Sail Francisco. Uuttucr, however, has not definitely decided about leaving the uoloiiy. He has, we understand, an aged mother in San Francisco, who is iu comfortable circumstances, and he is somewhat auxtons after recent events to see her. All Iiib savings, however, ami the money he obtained from the eulc of his business, bos been absorbed iu defending himself from the - '-uugns lunuv u£uiiibd Him wj vu^ }^iii uaiuvnt ffcun in prosecuting the inquiries iuto her antecedents, liuttner sold liia business for £!oO, we arc informed, juid the £50 that he has now been promised from the Government will hardly sullies to establish him in business again, much less enable him to carry on, should the patronage he formerly receive/) be trifcii drawn frotn him. He now s...

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OUR TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, 11.40 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 8 June 1889

*q— — »— — — ?— ^—i — i— OUR TELEGRAMS. (FROM OUB OVK COBEESrONDEIsT). SYDNEY. 11.40 p.m. At the HoniebusU stock sales yesterday 1200 cattle were yarded aud prices were easier, the highest average for bullocks being £9 7/- and others from £5 7/3d. 20,000 sheep were penned and prices easier for medium inferior, best wethers readied 15/ ancl others from 7/0d. In the Assembly yesterday in replying to a question, the Premier said he had been too busy to take any action in John Davies' case. the Public Works Committee : — Messrs. J, P. Abbott, Copeknd, Dowel, Garrjird, Hurley, Lakeman, Sutherland, Tomkins, and the Hons. G. Campbell, Lackey, Humphrey, Watson, and Trickett. The House went into committee on the Land Bill. Tlie first four clauses were post poned, clause 5 was passed, and clauses C and 7 were postponed. Clause 8, providing for Land Courts, was under discussion when progress was reported. Both the Preaiierand the Inspector-^ general of Police are opposed to the police being pr...

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