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Terrible Floods in Victoria. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 19 June 1889

Terrible Floods iu Victoria. Melbourne, Saturday. — Reports from all par«s of tjio colony continue to come in, detailing severe floods ; but, generally speaking, the waters are beginning to subside. The damage done to farmers and graziers in the Avoca district is greater ihan was at iirst anticipated. The IViuiinera bridge has Ijeen badly damaged. At Shepparton the Goulburn River w;is 32 feet above summer level, and miles of country )U'c inundated. The residents in many instances have had to abandon tlieir homes. A landslip occurred on one of the banks of the Goul burn, and the bridge between Shcpparlon and Mooroopua is iu great danger of collapsing. At Donald the Richardson River overflowed its banks, aud 10 square miles of the adjoining country were flooded. J. M'Orath, a well-known farmer aud hotel-keejHjr at Katunga, v. as drowned iu astrange manner. He fuil into a drainage tunnel iu the main street last night, his fuet catching iu the cul vert, aud in his weak state of health h...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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An Exhibition of all Peoples. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 19 June 1889

Au Exhibiitoii ai'nU l*coj)ics. M. Henri t.! usenet. of ! ngnnnunster, Del gium. lius ciinoeiMsd tlic ititpo-siug i'ieu uf . organising -a universal exhibition of the hu man fiimily. In jilainei1 words, hu desisv.s to ??isseiiible within it spacu nf suilicient extent i'-;pivj=entntivc hpeeime.uK of liie variotin vaces '? of majikiud. 'J'lie lypionl repi-esentatio)) of , vai'li i-tlnirjgriiphical variety is t-3 be 'a m;u' ' ried cjitplii, with or wiihotii ? nrt^pring,' wlio . are t-i be. Jocmed on a piece of land so nitirkcd , ? out. and arrnnged that it may njpreseut u j i vojiiplete ])lan of tlie lurth. Thu origintitor ? of this grand notion, a» appears from a col-- j respondenc: in 1'rcnch whieh lie has pi-!-- '? li.shed. has been knocking for year* at tho do-us of lnasiy Fi-eiu'li Ministers : but lie has liiilierfu liiadi! appareinly no gre;it way to Wiirds the retdi.-.-.tion of a project which would . lie considers, excite not onlv curiousitv Ijtit dii-ect the scntiincnt and min...

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Cares at the Look-Over. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 19 June 1889

Cares at the Look-Orcr. It is stated that Mr. L. f jnyni'-'r of Jcri-ara and a party, while recently srarcliin;? for oaves jit tlie Look-Over, Shoalhavcu Ciiillies, near ISmtg'inia, roceutly uiadc some remarkable; di«overies. Ob serving a small entrance, n civity in the side of a jii.il, tliey proceeded to invmtig.-i'o it. For a dis tance of i\i-out fifty yards tiie pHsin^c was very rough aud opene 1 into a larg-j »i-:«;u, p',uiitifully oniiiinentcil with sedimentary form itiou-. Pro ceeding further, the party came hwom what was evidently the bed of a creek ;iud fallowed ii down wards for some hundreds j'Ards, wh™ it w.ts fouud impossible to make auy further progress without a rope. Returning to the surface tiie )- ii-ty provided tbeniselvcis with a. ioji« ;m.l four of tlie.u' decended, and nt once found thems^v. s in a maguidceut natural roini wherein m--jiv- splendid yt:ila 'iitic curiosities uicasnii'iy in) (u 1.1 ft. i;i ? jnj;.ii ii:i 1 pos sess'.l of renmrkiihttt vellective pu...

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Responsible Government in Western Australia. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 19 June 1889

Responsible -«ov«-ri'.Hnini in Western Anst ralla. Au animated debate look jtlaw in tin1 House of Commons 01 r!M.-iy 3i-i! nA-uivi- in tlie proposed coueespkni of r.?£j«iiisil-!-- j_'nvoni ment to Wesfern Ansl'rnli:i. In Pnminmo. -rfSupj»lv. Sii-G. Oniij.li'-H dimu'i! tin- i.'ihio tion of Lor-) Kinit-if«-ii!:ss!il:try liy :i £1000. with a view of i-ompliiiiiiii' nt' tin- ]ii-]i.-v of tiie -Jo1uiuhi- Jlhce in viitiKilly .-* !n-?i,-t tinir ;i large part «f Western Aiisfi-:iH;i wii limit tlie ' authority of tlie Irnjieri.-il P.irliim-ni. He contended tlistt i!ie unnllottivl liinds in thnt colony were i-ajmbln of beiii;* used to iimn advantage by tho UniUM Ki-l^luru in , helping to solve the imini.v;i'ui.i--ii jimb'i'in. ; Sir James Fw^ii.-hiiii in.vi.sU'tl tliiit ;i» iln- : ?wiksIq lands nf the Empire rrjn-M-iiu-d a vast expenditure of blood and n«';isiiiv. they; might lie retained uudiT ]'iii|u.-i-i-il -.---iifi-»l j until there was a suil'icii-nt ic^ident poiiulafieni j to toko, over...

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

Parliamentary In the Assembly on Friday Sir Henry Parkea moved the resolution of which he had given notice, to make Tuesday a day for Govennneut business, aud Friday a day for general, or private members' business. Mr. J. l\ Abbott moved- au amendment in provide that the House should meet at 2 o'clock, instead of 4, on Fridays. ^J'his was agreed to, aud the res[iUiuon,*ns amended, was carried on a divir stou of 58 to J5, J^ petition woe iBcejveiJ from a public meeting .at Germautou suggesting alterations n the Laud Bill, and praying that provision should be made for ii renewal of the Pastoral leuscB iu the Eastern Division equal to those given in the Central Uivisioii. Directly after the dinner adjournment, the order of (he day for the second reading of the Payment of Members Hill was called on, and the discussion tlwron lasted till 1 1 o'clock, when the seuoud vead iiijr was agreed to o» * division of *9 to 10. Mr. O'CIunnor, in moving the tseuoud reading, went into tlie history of...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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Weekly Calendar. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 19 June 1889

Weekly Calendar. ilivunftlioWivlr ^y*0f 'SlUl . Sllll Moons U.ij sot tUc Week Mo)lt]l Hises ,Sc(«. Ago- Wedvimdav ? June 10 7 0 ' i 30 21 Thursday ? i „ 20 ; 0 ?(a! 22 Kiuday ? „ iY 7 0 ' 4 57 23 ?Satdrdav ? 22 i ~ ft ; 4 f-7 24 Scnjuv ? ,, 23 j 7 7 4 57 2.5 MositAV ? „ 24 !. ' 7 i 4 ~u 2-i Tuesday ? „ 25 7 7 4 r-8 27 ! MOOS'k I'll ASK, New Moon June 38, at O.oS p.m. The Braidwood Dispatch. Slremcd el Pranperi. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 59, 1889.

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

»H(I Elegant designs «K11SSKLS€AR1»ETS, Wilton Pile Carpels, Indian Carpets, Turkey Carpets, Kensington Squares, and Tajiestry Carpets. We invite attention to those about to fur niali or renew their carpels to our unrivalled stock of those goods. The styles are new, rich, elegant, mid distinctive, and suitable for Drawhig-ri/oina, ?Sitting-rooms, Dining niiniw, Bed-rooms, Landings, Stairs. \\'-i import only the best qualities, and out indues .iiu no higher than those quoted else whore for inferior m, ikes. Rugs, l'lourclulhs, Linoleums and Mattings in groat variety. I'.-ittoi-ii', »ii!i jiiicvs and full. particulars, .'?cut jvist free on npnliixitinu. W'u lime a large flock of Art, Cabinet bnd UplmlsU-ry furniture always on hand, and we t:;ni make to any design if required, Itaviri .Join's and Company, C.Htl'HT, FLOORCLOTH AND ABT. Furniture Warehouse. U|ii'i-it« the -knetiil Post Office, i.:i'ioi!t!K .STREET, SYDNEY. (.: HATEFUL -( iOMFORTJNr-J. EPPS'SCOCOA. h u )?; a k v a s t. ' ...

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

LOCAL NEWS. Tun })av Vaw.v.— Following is the report of the mining muuxger of the Day Dawn (iold-miniiig Company fov the week ending June 15 ; — ' No. 1 level : Western winze discontinued, owing to influx of water. The stopes are having damages from tlie late rains repaired and the ground secured. No. '2 level: KastCTH drive has been continued ilft. aud limbered same distance. Connection has now l-een established wit lit lie winze, draining sonicof Die water and materially iiuuvoviug the ventilation. The stope following Hie drive lias been extended 9ft. utid shows good Ptoue in the face and overhead. 'I he air has been too had to permit the use of ex plosives here. The western drive lias been carried in an additional 10ft. and timbered to face. Reef formation is still jnuc'li broken as anticipated. A rise on the reef has been commence! at the end of tile crosscut. Gruelling stuff: About 20 tons have beeu raised. Machinery working satisfac torily. MiseraIj Leases. — The undermentione...

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Notes and Comments. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 19 June 1889

Notes and Comments. The old saying that a mau who is his own lawyer has a tool for a client is not always borne out, in fact the force of public opinion now-a-days appears to be veering round rather roughly on the lawyer, who is becoming the greatest power iu the land. A slander action was heard in the Sujveme Court last week, however, which shows tliat a man may get on very weil by being iris own lawyer. The plaintiff, G«orge von Meyer, claimed £1000 damages from Edward James Loxton. The parties are neighbours at North Shore, and there had been a long-standing difference between them as to a road, which, bythe way, the late Mr. James Larmer, of Braid wood, who originally surveyed it, was called down not long before his death to re-survey. Plaintiff, on the occasion when the words were alleged to be made use of for which the damages were claimed, was directing some men to remove certain obstructions which defendant had put up on the road, when de fendant, as alleged, called him a li...

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The Marble Marvel. A REMARKABLE HISTORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 19 June 1889

The Marble Marvel. A Remarkablk Histokw The Minister for Mines stated iu the Legislative Assembly on Thursday evening, in reply to a cjuestiou that he hsul received a number of papers which he had drought to the House with him re lating to what is known as the marble man. A good deal of curiosity has been aroused with re ference to the marble ligure which lias beeu repre sented as petrified human remains found in a lime stone quarry near Calcula. Instructions wep: fiveu by the tioveruor to the Superintendent of 'olice ut iJathurst to have the matter thoroughly Sub-inspector Ford, of the Oiuuge police re ports as follows, under date JOtU June to Superin wndajit Anderson, of Datluirat.— 'I have tlie honour to inform you that, iu accordance with your instructions, I have made very careful iutiuiriue about the so-called petrified mini, said to hnvo been found by O. V. Snlu ami son at tlie marble quarry at Caleulo,, about 13 niijes Srom Orange. J am thoroughly convinced that the marble &...

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LAND DISTRICT OF MORUYA. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 19 June 1889

L.ixB i-;srKitT or Moecya. ' J. (ji'bluvm Cove, 530 acres, paitsli of Noorooma, county onXimpier, -£3 3s); J. .Love, 85(; acres, same parish aud county, (£0) ; J. Love, } JfiO iieres, same parish and comity, (iSi) ; J. love, 500 acres, same parish o«d touuty, (t'3| ; Michael Ryan, 640 acres, parish of Oqha, comity of St Vincent, {£2},

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The Richest Men. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 22 June 1889

The -l£i«ii-?.s( Tii'ii. Tiiorc.-iro in tlii: \;wh\ 700 j«-ui,],., (..i,-ii | of whom posHi.'Ssfl.; a i-.-ijik:;! fi]uiv:-li-;it id] not less Uieui ;i «ii3Ji..!i jiii-i-lin _r. Of these iu- \ dividunlii Great Jirit.iin «niu.iiiiS l'OD. \h-- United St.-i't-w 100. ftiiice .M'veiiiy-fivt-'^in-l' all other countries smaller innnbcis or none. .'.«' i:iH).U. The Richest, nmis of ji]1 is iho ' IJ.-i ihn:i.i Kin-,'(''Srr. 3;ty Gould, \vh-., ^,^^£.^\ KtV ,-.s tlie'son of n siiirti! Xow York fiunjpi-. ]Jis capital, wlteu he left lions.' .-it i\w ,13. ,.f twelve, consists of n .suit .»f --!qUhjs n,,,] lialfadollnV. 3t is now s:uM to ht- ,w ],-- than 300,000,000 dollars, or'.£fl0.0U0,000 steHjiig; and his :mnu»i im.'nino is ,-iboiit £2^800,000, -or iie.uly 1'.S,000 a-«my, Ono - oHns 'exploits, -siirini out with yh'. .!;inif^ Pisk iu 1869. whs io oit.-ste :\ *' cwm'v' in gold in Kew Yrti-lf. ;uir! in !i)i!i= mor.. (li.-m a weak, ttho Jirai cton'cH L2, -200,000. .1. \\: mackay. Next to Mi-. Jay (...

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Original Poetry. WILD AND WEIRD. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 22 June 1889

^Oir^inay Eoetry.' 1VIL1* AN1» WK1K1-. i'o-nigilt,, without, the tkuth «f light Js deeperiiionriiL.] Uiaii cvoi- yet ; ; ' ^Tbe day tbal died in giiWt of }0l ; Socms.l.iiil for ovej' out ui sigh*. / N--»ybicoul3 'jiicivc the inUy \fM -' .JOfaolid blackness ovvHifiui - Justus We «ovci' tip tli'i di:-jd, A heavy shroud hnngH over rtll. Here.ui.Uiis loai of swisu of s\t;!it ' Xgrb|-e my way tu rising gemmd, T'o listen tar ciicli solviwtn hiiiuhI, - 3V)ioiie4,he vuicrisui' the niglH. WJtli wiSvd-likc aliriclui'-thc wailing wind Goes howling t-brou^u t!ic f^.s-eat liolea, ? UUetniioineliMt-fur-cveri'iy.iSs Vast fleeilig fitJiii u hull b-Miind. : Bilti hai'U ! to i-cft.i1)'s I'ayr ;-fas ! - At iiitovuls I plainly imw Thotnigbly, ducp, ^nnoi-i-ijs, !w»=i Of billows booming o:i tins h:ir. And in i'le ro:iviii5.M)f !\iB wiiiv. With hollow,' .Kieji. ^epulL-hm' soinrl, 1 fancy -all Ibomany dn)v.iin.l Are moaning in llioh- iiios in.; gi.uGH, ..Tp.o-jghl,,n-ilbUi, i::o fniliiiir 1ii--: Stiul-s u...

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F. L. Barker's Report. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 22 June 1889

F. L. Barker's Report. Hides. — A steady business is doing. Extra hcuvics in good condition van from 3d to 3&d ! sloppy sorts from 2Jd to 2-jd ; the former figure be ing for medium weights. marsupial Skiss. — the usual buyers attended on Tuesday and WednRslioy and then the market was again firmer, wallaby and oppossum showing the greatest rise; kangaroo skins, gray, for one line of thirty averaging 3}d. I offered i 15, whilst other skins made from 00d to 90d for large ; medium, 30d to 50d ; small, !5d to 2Sd ; very suia.ll, 6d to lCd ; joeys, 2d to 5d ; wallaby, roek, 4M to 7d ; brush, 3d to 12d ; swamp, Sd to 18.1 ; bear, 2J1 to Hi-\, a a. few extra Urge, 8d ; cat 4d ; water rat, 3d ; kan garoo rat, Id ; hare, 2.1 ; platypus, 2s to 3s ; Emu, is 6d to 3s 3d ; opossum, superior, 10d to )4-1; good 9d to lOd ; small, 6d to 0^1 ; 2nds, 5,1 to 5Jd[ rumped, 2iil to 4|d each. BaiiK — The shipping deinaud has cased and tan ncrs being fully stocked 1 fear lower figures will have to b...

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LONDON. THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 22 June 1889

LONDON. Thursday. Russia's action in continuing to mass troops ou the German frontier is causing considerable irrita tion in Germany. Count Walderace urges the Em peror tc formally question Russia as to her inten tions, but Iiisinaick has dissuaded the Emperor from acting upon Waldersee's suggestion. It in reported that a t rooty entered iuto be weeu Germany Austria and Italy, the conditions being that in the event of war with France con siderable torritorikirial changes will be made. Italy will occupy permanently and retain Tunis, Xice, the Canton of Ticiuio in Switzerland, and also the Department of Savoy, in France. Aus tria will take Servia. Montenegro and a portion of Switzerland adjoining Austria aud Ty rol. Mr. .Mm Union his written to England express ing jubilation at his reception in Australia and for wui'ded £1200 collected in Melbourne. The action for breach of promise Miss lirougbton actress against Lord Dangan has been settled by the payment of £2000 to plaintiff, with ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 22 June 1889

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 22 June 1889

£50' REWARD £50 In ord ::- to pro'ect the people from ! 'ueinp: dUr,-utieii am) cheated, the | Arnuricaii Hop Bitters Company offers ; tho above Reward for the arrest and j conviction of -,ny person or persons i refilling iha American Hop Bitters j Company's bottles, and for selling any j vile noiti'urn or compound as the ; genuine a d original Or. Soule's Amen- j can Hop Bitters, or for counterfeiting : tha Company's Label -a Bunch of ; Green Hops on a White Label, with Black Letters. . DR. SOUlbEi'S 1MERICHN HOP ♦?BITTERS-;; -A MEDICINE, NOT A DRINK), coxmxs HOl'M, BCtKir, JlAHlHlAttE, ».VMIEMOK. A-iu ?run PiBi^r A5B Best Mkpiml QcairnM op jiLt. otukb Hitters. __ . -- ; All UieMbiv- ul liie Stouwc-h, Eq-.vcIs, Blooi, Liver. ! Ki 1-nvs a--d I' i iinn- «iw«!«. Kb' ousiiess, Sleepless- i ?iiMS Fwi.»)sCompTaiBt*4tia Drnnkennesa. . ?; THOUSAHDS UPOH THQUSANOSH! i or t*«tiiiwnhU -jf llie most vouderfnj cures, volun- - j t np- -'in us » c do not publish tli«n, as Uwy do nflt - ,,;!i'i'ii...

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Parliamentary. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 22 June 1889

Parliamentary. In tho Assembly on Tuesday the Payment of Members Bill, on the motion of Mr. Sydney Smith, for Mr. O'Connor, was read the third time mid seat to the Legislative Council. The Assembly went into Committee of tlie Whole at 5 o'clock for the consideration of the Crown Lands Bill. Clause IS was put to the committee. Jt prdvldes that the Governor ;,«uy have .power to proclaim and set apart, from'Vtnic to time, special areas, ,jri which it shall be lawful to conditionally parciiase such areas as may be notified iu the pro cumi&tion, \\p to 128Q acres in the Eastern division, and up to 25S0 'ivcres in the Central or Western division. Power is also given to proclaim special areas within suburban or population boundaries, which will be available for conditional purchase. The areas, deposits, conditions, &c, in respect to these conditional purchases would be specified in the proclamation, and vary according to the urea of the laud. Several amendments of a verbal ...

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CABLE MESSAGES. LONDON, JUNE 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 22 June 1889

GABLE MESSAGES. (From the .Sydney Panel's.) I-OXDON, June !?. Letters from L'iiji dated M.irch 1 0 states that Stanley has met Tippoo Tib, who ia expected to ar' live nt Zanzibar nboiitthc middle of July. Stanley who is accompanied by Bmin Pasha (Dr. Kchuiu. ler) is following Tippoo, ?Stanley and Knn'ti urc forcing their tvay from Momhassa, through Mat.ailaud, to the v.anst. The statement made by -icnoral Uoulauger that in connection with the Scimalv.Oo incident, in April J8S7, when tlie (jeiicivil tens Minister far War, he i-auscd the army reserves to bo guietly prepared, so giving Franco (SOO.OfK) more troops than liei-many, has caused much excitement in Paris. The (?ovcrunienl journals, which arc fclrougly op posed to Cicncral lionliuigcr, stigniivtiso this state ment /is ' nn impudent invention.'' Iu order to ascertain the facts of the alTair, communication has been made with ex-prcsidene Grevy (iu whose regime the Schuahelu iucideut occurred), but his replica appears to conflic...

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A Weather Forecast. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 22 June 1889

A. Wcaiher Forecast. In the last number of tlio Pastoralist, Mr, Cliirles Egesou of the Sydney Observatory, after a retrospect of his previous weather prognostications, gives the following forecast : — ' The general encouragement accorded me by a magnanimous press binds me to give yet another forecast for a eeasou or two iu advance. We are now on tlie descending slope of the maximum period of tlie present wave of rain. There is a general tendency in all the waves to have a great interval of time betweeu the maximum anil uext succeeding period of rain tlmn elsewhere, consequently we may expect a considerable interval of comparatively line weather to intervene between this and the next period. The decreasing periods which will follow willprobivMy cover June and July, but the decrease will probably bo slight and not comparable with the minima of the last few waves. Increasing rains will then follow through August, which should nrove a wet month, aud the maximum should occur in Septembe...

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