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The Superanuation F[?]nd. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 15 June 1889

The HiilK'r.'Ctti.Cioti i'!t;i-!. A ])otition of a soinuwhiit unusual iwtuii; wits j presented to the Legislatiilp Ateembly on Tuesday ] evening. It came from Air. Win.* Klpliiu&toue i Uraham, formerly teacher of the Public sehnni at j Cedar l'arty Cveok. Winu'liain. Mr. (jr.ihnm having completed liis liOth year had retired from the public service in tt-iins -jf t-.i-i-liou 43 of thf Civil Service Act. He fulfilled the duties uf Public school teacher for 11 years und 3 mouth*, n-.id fciiwe '- the Civil Service Act 'came into operation had paid ; monthly the £4 pi'i'vcut. ]ier niminii rcijuiivd l-y ' the enactment. Jft- hail applied totiic IX'pi runout of Public Iiutilutiun to grant, him n.u ulluuiuivc from the sunuruuiiimtiou fniiil, but the IJepurtiui-ni I had refused to do no on tlio yioumi that In- lia-i not ! served for 1.1 years. An nj)[iliL\:iioii made by him ; for a i-efund of ihe iim:n.-y In- li,-;il paid into a fund ; from which lie hml ilorivi-d no bunitlit wlunave...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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Humour in the House. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 15 June 1889

Humour in the House. Whilst the Assembly was engaged with Mr. Cnllcn's motion for adjournment on Tuesday evening .Mr. Crick rose on a point of order. Having referred to a passage iu ' May's Parliamentary practice' prescribing that during discussions on military matters officers only should be admitted within the Legislative precincts unarmed, he pointed out that certain oflicecs were present then, aud asked, con sidering tho nature of tho debate, if the Speaker would ascertain whether they were bearing arms or not. The Speaker thought that the hon. member could scarcely be serious. Mr. Crick, amidst n good deal of merriment, assured the House that he was never more serious in his life. Tho Speaker then said that if Mr. Crick really feared that the gentlemen referred to w.tc armed, well and good, hut for bis owii part he must say that in the absence of evidence to the contrary tho Assembly had a right to assume that they were unarmed. Later on in the evening the debate was illumined ...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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The "Times"-Parnell Commission. LONDON, VIA ALBANY, MAY 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 15 June 1889

The **Tinics'-l»ariicH €0111 missioii. LONDON, via Auuxv, -May 10. Wheuthe spooittl wmuuiVsioit it'.-uiuci) its, sittings on Tuesday morning Mr. 3';irni'll n.t O»ce made «n «xjiliLiiittoi-y statumctit with ' regard to 'tlie-1iiniagiiig admissions ?n;irie by him just before the Court oluscd on tho jii'c vjous Frid.-iy afternonn. )1f, s;iid that, on, reference to llnnsnrd lu-, touud that he. Ii.hi been. referring to tiie Ribbnti societiiw, wiiii-li begun to ccumlilo iiway iu 1^72. iiml not to Fen hut' organisations. At tlie d.ntf uf tlu; sj-ecc!i, 'Ffibruiivy. 1^8! . the Hibliou sneietii-s wei* practically jion-exi.stent. He ipt'errcij 'to tlie 'context of tlie sjieech lo show tlmt Uo was comparinjf tlie ,st«t« oi' ]iv1;iiu! in IS,^] with vcgiivd to sficriit K(n-i(-ti-:s with its hind; years before. After this fxplnimjinn fSir , Ricliim] 'Webster i-mimed hisi'ii^s-esnijiin;^ tion. The iirxi. ?juesiions ivfci-rod to tlie missing L;im] Loiipno books ;\sii! forresjiini deuce, but Mr. Far...

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For Indigestion USE HORSTORD'S A[?] PHOSPHATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 15 June 1889

y 1'or IiuUgcstiuu USK HdUSlOBll's A-.:Ul PlKlSFlIATE. Dr. RujiEitT Pou.ok Sijimijss, M.H.C.8., Scar bora, Eng., aayB: 'I have used it with muikoil benefit in a ciisi) of indigestion of many years standing, tuid it proved very useful.'

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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Weekly Calendar. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 15 June 1889

Weekly Calendar. n rn vt? 1 Davsof Sun ' Sun LMonus Dnysofll.cWcek M^t1) Kiscs . Sets. | Age' Wedkksuav ? June 12 7 3:4 .10 U Thursday ? „ 13 7 4 ' 4 BU 15 Friday ? , 14 7 4 4 56 10 Satchcay ? „ 15 7 4 4 5(5 17 SlINDJtr ? „ 10 ' 7 5 4 50 IS Mokdav ? „ 17 i 7 .', . 4 .W ! 1!) Tuesday , ? „ 18 I 7 5 4 50 j SO

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 15 June 1889

nn-i filcgnnt. designs Wilton Pile Carpels, Imlian On-i-eix, Turkey Carpets, Kensington Square*, and i 'J'fijicsiry Carpel*. We invite aUutiMon to those about to fur- i nish or renew their carp'-'ts to oni- unrivalled ; ' stock «f these gnod».' The stylus are nw, . ' vk'li, elegant, uiul distinctive, ami suitable ' for ld-awing-rowim, ?SiHiiig-ro'Mns, i'iiiiiig limniH, Bud-rooms, Landings, Stairs, We import only the best - [UnliticS, ami our , prices arc no hiuhcr than lliose imoicd else- : wlicre'for inferior niaLi-s. ! li-igs, i-'lnurclotlis, hiiiiilciinisaml Mattings ? in givat variety, j [ PaU.riis, with pricu.i mid full particulars, ! SPIlt p.l.-tllW mi anpH.'.-ltioli. : ? We hiivu'ii Ini-Ki- iln,.'U of Ait, Cabinet iiiid j ' l'plml.--twy fiirmiure always on liaiid, and we --iiii iniik' to any di-sijiu if required. ! \U\\ 1-1 .ImiVs juhI Company. i C^JM'KT, 1-J.OOlSCi.OT.Ji AND AKT j l-iiniiliir.' Wiirthou.-o. ' «lll|io.-i(-' till* linirl-al l'nM Office, ' f;wii:m; ntiw;;;t, sv...

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 15 June 1889

LOCAL NEWS. ? y Tni! New Skati.vq Ri.vk.— The new Rink i:i Duncan 'Street was opened to the public on TIiui'h -lay night last. There were '.W0 persons present. Not above half of these were on the floor however, tlic reiiiainoler being spectators. The Rink is 75 feet long by 50 ft wide and gives a skating surface of 3700 font. The iloor is of pine, the boards be ing IJ .inches wide. The boards are laid diugou any on ontne outer wro'c ol the Iloor around winch the scatcrs travel, which facilitates this fashionable mode of luuoinotiou to a much greater extent than on the ordinary floor where the boards have to lie crossed, as veil as rendering it much more plea sant and agreeable to those indulging in this pastime. Amongst the skaters on the floor o;i Thursday night there some who were very pro ficient, more especially some of the ladies who travelled round in the most graceful style. Mr. Fraser, Hie manager, was most attentive to all. The building has been constructed in the most work...

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MOON'S PHASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 15 June 1889

moon's phase. Moan's last Quarter June 20, at o.40 p.m. The Braidwood Dispatch. Strenud el Prosperi. SATURDAY, JUNK 15, 1SS3.

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Select Poetry. JOHNNY M'CREE. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 19 June 1889

Select Poetry. .joiixxv srcitm The days are short anil tlie nights am lung, Am! tlie wind is mjijnug &M ; Tlic tasks arc liaiil ami ilic sums iiru wrong, ? Aud the teachers often sonH. Uut Johnny JJVree, Oil what .cares lie. As lie whistles along tin: way 1 ' It will come nil right Jly to-morrow night,' ?Siij'h Johnny M'Ci-ce' tJi-.Uy. Tlie plums uve fuw and (Uc cake is jiliiii, The shoes arc out at llie tot; ; 1'oc tlie money you lnokiit Urn puree iti vain, It wag all Fjiunt long ago. But Johnny M'Cm, Oil, viial enros hi-. As he wliidlcs iiluiigihu street ? Would you Lave tin: lilnrs For a piiir of shuts Wliilc you have a }i«ir «f fcut '; The snow is dec]), there ar« paths to lu-eak, But the little arm is strong, Anil work is play if you'll only taWu Ybuc work witlia bit ..if mmg. Ami Johnny .\J-tn:e, Oh, what citrus he, As lie %vliisllea nlona ihc roil ) '! He will Jo lii« best, Add will lonvu tlio re.a T« tlio cart- »f l.is Kutlicr, - 'J.I. The iiitillierV face isuflun ta...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 19 June 1889

LOST, IN Wulliice-istrcet, JSruidwood, a BROOCH, made of two .Jubilee .Sovereigns attached. Tlic finder will be Rewarded on delivering the stune to Mn. l\ BARRY, Albion Hotel, o? to Mr. J. WALLACU. FRUIT TREES! mmS undersigned bogs to announce that he has J. nm SALM Al'l'LlC THMKS, PLUM and CHKRUY TKKKSand HAWTHORNU QUICK; till of the Best Sorts, The Apple Trees are guar anteed to be thoroughly BUUHT PROOF. 1'IIICJH MORGRATE. JOHN AD1UEN, Little River. To Let, nVIK PREMISES recently occupied by Mb. JL Stephens, Chemist, containing Shop'aud nine other Rooms. Apply n. McDonald. Acknowledgment. mHH WARDSMAN of the Hospital bogs to re J_ turn his SINCERE THANKS to Mesdames POWELL. BARRY and CLAPHAM, also Mil. WALLACE for Presents of Blankets, &c, to the Institution. For Sale Below Cost! FANCY~OOODS. About 200 DOZEN CREWELL SILKS AND FILOSELLE, warranted First-class aud in every shade, 2s per doz. 15 DOZEN EMBROIDERY CHENILLE, at 5s Cd doz. 10 DOZEN SILK ARASSINE, at 3s dozen Clb...

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CABLE MESSAGES. LONDON, JUNE 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 19 June 1889

GABLE MESSAGES. (Vioin the Sydney Papers.) LOXDON.Jixuli A terrih'.e railway disitgr is rcp-jrtal fro:n Ire. lainl. An cxcur.iio!! train v.-citaiuiiig I ;-.')!) .Sunday school children, fm-miiiy p.irt of a Miitho.list picuiu party, ieft tlie city of Arin.igh, Ulster, an Wednes day moruing. In order tu ascend a .-itaep incline on thu railway it wns found n-.-ccssiuy tu divide the train iuto two suctions. Thf fore p.irttt»i Inlas ccmled the incline Rciiiia distance when by s.iine means it was ali'nuoil to run backwards, and dashed into the second sectiou, which hud alsn started,' on the ascent. Thp result uf the collision was fright ful, a large iiuinber of juvenile uxi.-miiioiii.-4cs being either kilted or injured. (*- far as can lie ascertai ned at the prcseut. s«vc:ity -if -h« -;!iildiea were killed and over a 101) were injured. —Later-. An in-{iiiry into the- railw.iy iii«i3tur in lrelan-l hailed to an indictment fur ni^isliiiiglitur being framed Hgainst the driver, t-ho iirum.in,...

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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 19 June 1889

GENERAL NEWS. At the Warwick Farm races on Saturday the Hurdle Baec «as wou by Tlie Masnn. the Pace Handicap liy Paddy, the Disposal Stakes by Hester the Railway Handicap by La Valette and the Wel ter Handicap by Oxunlmm. AuotliGr death through 'rough on rats' is i%, ported, the victim beiuga muuuamed Alfred Kiciiolls, residing iu Forest Lodge. The poison was taken iu mistake. The New Zcalind natives played tlieir first match iu the colony on Saturday at the Association Cric ket Grouud against a team representing New South Wales. The New Zealanders wou by 12 paints to 9. The Carringtoji Handicap was won on Saturday by Kennedy, RoUerteou being second aud J, \V Bryue third. Sixteen of the crew of the ship Altmoie, which was wrecked off Fiji arrived in Sydney hy the steamer Guuga on Saturday, The Hkimm- states thatacouv «f Sir Hmw Parkes's Jittie volurue of poems, ilunniirs of the Stream published about thirty-five years ago, was sold last week at the auction sale of ttie effects of Si...

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OUR TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY. TUESDAY, 11.45 A.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 19 June 1889

OUR TELEGRAMS. (FKO!I OCit OWN COBRESroXVENT). SYDNEY. Tl'ESDAV, 11.4.5 A.M. At the Homehush stock sales yesterday 1000 cattle were yarded and the market was weaker. Best bullocks averaged £9 17/- and others from £5 15/. 7,403 sheep were penned and prices were down a shilling, best merinos fetching 14/-, others from 7s. lOd. and crossbred* fro.ii) JJs. to 10s. per head, It Is reported that some of the Government seed wheat sent to a resident iu the Young district was forwarded to the mill requesting that it should be changed for flour. It is also stated the wheat was offered for sale. A discovery of rich alluvial gold has been made at Wire Gully, Carcoar. The Premier yesterday received Cardinal Moran's statement in regard to the charges of bigotry against the officials of certaiu charitable institutions. Sir Henry is now instituting an inquiry into the niRtfer, A tremendous sea broke into the new (iippsland Lake entrance. Victoria, on Saturday sweeping away a barrier of sand at the ...

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LONDON. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 19 June 1889

LONDON. Monday. It is officially denied nt St. Vetersburg aud Bel. grade Hurt a- military convention has been entered into liiitweeu Russia and Sevvln. Both the Rus sian and Servian authorities are endeavouring to allay the alarming reports which prevail. It is considered uulikely that Austria will invade Servia, however much Servia may provoke her. The general feeling is that Austria wM hold herself ready for next spring, when a war with Russia is expected to take place, Russia, Germany, Austria and -Ifcaly liava sub mitted a joint note to SwitBcrland urging her to re strict the right of Anarchists to fora) an Asylum of that 'country. It is understood the Swiss Govern jneut are disposed to concur aud will take active measures nfcaiust the Anarchists. The Indian Government have granted Ayoub Khim,conBii»of theAmee Afghanistan, and pretender to the 'throne, permission to visit Cartuneretor purposes of sport. A cyclone has traversed the State of Kansas, in North America, followed by s...

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Mount Limestone Silver-Mining Company, Limited. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 19 June 1889

Mount Limestone Silrcr-SIiniug *)ohi!»;hi v. Limited. Mr. G. M. Oslmm, in u a letter in Saturday's Daiw Temmiiaiti remarks : — 'Two meetings of the shareholders of above company having been called, both of which have lajwl tlir-.igh -v;vit o£ quorum, I, as oue of t'l1; s!: ire'.ioM jr.i, a ii much surprised at the ijirliff rcn«c .-.hoini in thin mine. The slwrohoMcrs do not se«-.n i'i kiuivv »-lin( f hey are ueglecting. I have been connect -»( with this miue from its commencement and have every reason to believe that it is uo-nl, both fro::i iisHirs ;i:id re ports from those that Iiavb visited tlie miiic It is uow lying idle tlirongh bad nr.ina-^fment. If Mr. Forsjf Ii, Jan., had lived, 1 firmly lielievc the mine would have lieeu paying before this. The mine adjoining hksvri-y go-wl prospects, thus showing the extent of lode both iu width nud depth, and the shareholders hive every confidence in it.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 19 June 1889

£50 REWARD £50 FSAUD & DECEIT. In order to protect the people from being defrauded and cheated, ihe American Hop Bitters Company offers the above Reward for the arrest and ? conviction -of wiy person or persons refilling the American Hop Bitters Company's bottbs, 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. OS, SOULE'S SMEftiCRN HOP * BITTERS (A MEDICINE, NOT A DRINK.), C0KTA1MS HOPS. BVtlll1. MASUKA.KE, UtMlliUOX. AMl'lUEl'l-EXST iSB llEST HsDICU (JOALITIHl Or am. OTiisa UinEES. Aii lii-tas.es of iiiO Stomioh. Kowds. niowl. Unt. nei-=, i-viu.lL- Coi»!.!.ii!its mid Drunkenness. THOUSANDS UPON THOUSANDS!!! ut t4J;..,..ni..i. ui Ihe Ml^t 'Omltrful cures, VOlUH t i-ili- Mill us ivc liu not nuliliilitlicm, asthty do nol ScikSr,- It M ..ut- iiinlk-iiif, Dr. Salt's Mi-f-ri'~ni Hi... i'iilU'11 thai lliakts ttic ullrt. ...

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Lynch Law in the Braidwood District. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 19 June 1889

Lynch Law Id the Braidwood Dis trict. Au old-time miner who signs himself 'Peier l'ick,' sends the following story to tlie Stass of a ease of Lynch law in the Braidwood district : — ' I have been uuder martial law iu Australia, and I was one of a jury uuder Jinlge Lynch in Kew South Wales — do not jump out of your chair or out of the window, Mr. Editor, for it is a fact, siud it happe ned within 2o miles of Braidwood and within 300 yards of a police-station where a sergeant and trooper were quartered. The accuser Wiis a thick set man. about I2st., and between 2.J ami 30 years of aj*t\ The accuser was about the same age, but of slight build. The aconser Judge Lynch aud jury knew to be an honest, upright and truthful man. After hearing the evidence we (the jury) re tired to consult. We could mid no motive to at tribute to the prosecutor, and could not therefore doubt the evidence, as there Mas no promotion on conviction. We returned iuto court with a ver dict of guilty. Judge Lyuch— h...

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Mr. Deasy's Letters. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 19 June 1889

Mr. !-easy's L«tJers. The mystery of tlio 3)eusy letters has at last been solved. 'That Mr. Daisy's letters Imve foully boon opened is now beyond dispute, and the story of the opening is both interesting and peculiar. It appears that Mr. Daisy's visit to Australia was prompted by two motives. Iu his mission he had matrimony as well at politics in view, Au ailHwnt resident of Brauxton rcecnUy^iuuic A trip to Europe, accom panied liv his daughter. During their (sojourn iu the old country they met Mr. Deasy, upon whom the fair one seems to have mndc a deep impression. The mamliei' for Mayo, as soou as he arrived in Now South Wales, hastened at once to Jiraiixtoti, so report says, his object being to win and woo the air inic unou whom he had set his affections. Whether, like the honest Sir Lucius, his guest hn-l anything to do with forhinc-hnnting docs not transpire ; but (here is little reason to doubt that, liko Oherou, ho desired to lead his fair Titania across the seas to northern l...

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A Horrible Discovery in Victoria. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 19 June 1889

X tlttrvlbU' i-I.-r-»Vff,v in Virtoriju The Natli/.lia correspondent of the Mel- ' bourne .Irynf wril»s on WV'luoday :- V;irjon- j'niiioiii-. have l.-iioly iwu-)i«.'d t-h-1 p--lice ivg.-irding ihi- acti-'iis-if a. fanner and lil:,ck;:iiiifh named AVi)li:lin M'Carr ? usid- ' ingat Kaiirimbii. abniii. I'l miles from Xat balia. It is .Mated that, his eldest daughter ' lias mi -cv-.'r:il '.'Ci-MSions been siivniiw.'d tis have j i;iv.,'n birtli u- childei-n. but uolhin^ has e\-er j b ?'.?ii known ;is to what bcviiiite of ihc i)ifants. i h was thi-i-efoi-c di-ci-li-d that Detective-; sevgciint hs-iin.-bury. formerly of Sandhurst. ! .-hould conduct an investigation in compauv j with !-ctotiv Williams Av.-ordingly. a ] sr: i-t. msm iellance wa.s ntnintained over tho. , linv.-e and habits of ihfsu-pi:ct.-d in-lividnaU ! for .-e\era] wi-cks. Nothing nf any cimse- ? ? ?u-'::c-. h-.i'-vcM-r. transpired until l.-i^t Mon- ? h'mv jiioi'ning. wlii.-n ?-i 'Carroii :md his djiu-,jh- | i-.-r Jane. 2'i...

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Forfeited Annual Leases. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 19 June 1889

Forfeited Annual Leases. Notice is given that the rents of the undermen tioned niimvA leases in the land district of Braid wood have not been paid, aud as the fnl) period al lowed for payment by the 96th clause of the Crown Lands act of 18S4 has expired, such leases have, be come ;iud are herein' declared to be forfeited, in accordance intli tlie J3Ctli clause of tiie Act refer red to. Forfeiture will take effect at the expira tion of thirty clear days from the I-tth June, and at the expiration of this term tlie land will become Crown Lauds and may be dralt with as such, sub ject to the general provisions of the Crown Lands Act of 1884. The figures within parenthesis rc preEent the amounts overdue. J)fl\id 8li°-ing, 420 ncres, parish of Wog Wog, county of St Vincent (€2 10s) : Hassall, Roberts, and Koyds, 700 siures, parish of Uettowyud, comity of St. Vinceut -Clj ; Ha&sall, Roberts, and Royds, 900-ncres, parish of Ilettoynd, county of St. Vin cent, (£i) ; John Fisher, !)j2(...

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