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

GENERAL NEWS. ♦ ? Holloway's Pills and Ointment. — Rheumatism aud Gout.-— These purifying and soothing remedies deserve the earnest attention of all persons liable to gout, sciatica, or other painful affections of the muscles, nerves, or joints. The Ointment should be applied after the affected parts have lieeu patiently tormented with warm water, when the ointment should be diligently rubbed upon the ad jacent skin, unless the friction causes pain. Hollo way's Pills should be simultaneously taken to diminish pain, reduce inflammation, and purify the blooL This treatment abates the violence, and lessens tlio frequency of gout, rheumatism, aud all snasodic diseases which spring from hereditary pre disposition, or from any accidental weakness of con stitution. The Ointment checks the local malady, while the Pills restore yibil power, — Adv. The Railway Commissioners, Messrs. Eddy and Oliver left Sydney on Tuesday eveuiug ou their trip to the Western district. They will first inspect t...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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Romantic Affair at Eastbourne. A MUNCHANT'S DAUGHTER ELOPES WITH A GIPSY. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 22 June 1889

Itmiinutic iil'uii* nt llnsthauviw. A :M.v,!icnAS-ii's Davghteh -Eloi'ks with a Gii'sv. At t^lie KasitbiiurnL' .siissioas lately a re i»:ii-knbie elopement ciisf \v;w investigated. An ISastbourno wood iuercha.nl named Smith, of Bt. Anthony, Towerhill, Eiustbourne, chili-gel a youujjc gipsy, named Andrew Digh ton, with '?unlawfully eloping ivith bis dimgh U!i-, C'urolinc Smith. Jlr. Smith .siutud t-hiit his daughter was under IS years of age, and had miuiifeU'd a strange lmssion for the yo-niir ftipsy. who is a jjood-looking youth ' about liei- ow-i ago. Mrs. Smith .sent her d.'iu^ht-;f out !j)ioppiii!f, but insiiW of going the eiTftmls she went to the gipsy and urged , him to elope with her from Eastbourne. ' Digliton strongly i'ofusud, but Caroline Smith pleaded, bo ptissiousUely with her gipsy lover that ]ie was forced to submit, and they loft EastbournoficciN'llyctukinH with them ivsmi\ll tent. They could not pitch the tent tlie' lira: night, sothoy sought sheltpr uiulev a hedge....

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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A Novel Swindle. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 22 June 1889

4 Novel Swindle George William Wilkinson, described as -i clergy man, was on Wednesday morning sentenced nt the Sydney Central Police Court to six months' hard labour for stealing £2 worth of stamps, and was re manded on another similar charge. This swindle (sajs tho limning Nnwi) was as nmusiiy as it was impudent ; and the victims', who are numerous, are suffering from n mixed feeling of liumaraud astonishment. At Mr. J. \V. R. Clarke's, at the markets, the swindle was perpetrated on one of the young attendants. The man strolled in dressed like a clergyman, with gloves and glasses, and asked if lie could get £3 worth of twopenny stamps. He Wits requested to cad iu again as there were only penny stamps, and the boy had gone for a fresh supply of twopennies. The rev. gentleman ftinntured away and returned in half an hour, but thelad had not yet returned, and he asked tobeslioivu tlie religions book-shelf, aud from that he picked £4 worth of the latest ami valuable, works. These wore ...

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

BRAIDWOOD RINK. THE Sink will )»e CLOSED DURING TDES DAY NEXT for the completion of the decorations and will bo again OPENED to the pub lic on WEDNESDAY EVEXIKG at the usual time. A. FRASER, Mauagci. MR. J. BOYLE OF CLEMENT AND BOYLE, Plumbers, Of Oxford-St., Paddington. BEING now engaged in Bnudwood would be glad to execute or give Estimates for any de Ecription of PLUMBING or Galvanized lion Work that may be ? equired. J. BOYLE, Barry's Hotel, Braidwood. Notice. I hereby authorise MB. A. U. ALLEY to receive all ACCOUNTS due tome in ARALUEK, and his receipt shall be sufficient discharge for the same. HABOLD L. CUMMINGS. June, 17, 1889. Bifl©_OorpB. MBMBEBS are requested to meet at RANGE at half-past twelve TODAY for match MILTON v. BRAIDWOOD CORPS. Members willing to take part in Goulburn Match please PRACTICE WEDNESDAYS and SATUB DAYS. L. KINGSMILL, Hon. Sec. NOTE.— Copies of the Dispatch may be obtained at Jin. B. G, BBED'S, Wallace Street, Price, Threepence. SeedJWheat. FOR SALE...

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Great Fire in Melbourne. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 22 June 1889

iii'i'ili FJi's1 SI6 ^!('lf.»OtI!'»C. Tin-. Melbourne TlC!.i:-:]!.\Pli on ?i!o;iii;iy : iq\w the j'nilinviiiv; rejiurt-cif the. destruction i of (Sk.1 ihi-rc-st.ii-y wni-ehouse of Messrs. i-v-h- j i-iv'.ier.antl .Selnififvr, imjwi-t-er.s riiiidvrs-lanc j in '.-t r Kliaibfih-Mreiit. tlie loss by v/hic-h is -?=-') tiin:u»d al £30.000, iiml ilicic 3s only lwsur-' anci! to the extent of about £2J-.O06. Tlif w.-i'di use is the co-jijc one of liner which fioin ;t bloi-k in thi'insi-lves, boiuj; bounded i.n car.-h .^i-ie by a ri^hfuf-wuy. On- inn- tide of Hi-hi-ii-b:.1!' mid ^-.?hiteftsr'K is \Vi-mnu Jii-othcjs1 v.-ij'n!l'ii'.-:!id...?li-)h v. .YlvhoHM-. ,-i:i;i i.)i l!n- i.tiirr .\ril:«r :ii»l C'o.'s f..-ft-;o(i'K \..-.|i'lii.lis.'. 'Pie (i;-H-|vik ;ipj):-.ii-i (?; h.'.vi been .soon lir^t by D. M'C'nr.jViodiiii', a youn' si'.-vfavinj; inaii. .-ittwched to the Union S. .S. Coiup.iny's M.niapouri. lie w,iti on his way tow;inls tin; wjctrf from one of jihn-es of woi .ship in ihi- city. Hi' s...

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Damages against the Railway Commissioners. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 22 June 1889

Uamugcs against the Ruilirn.v Com missioners- In the Supreme Court on Tiusday an action was brought by Sam Hing against the KaHv.-.vy Commis sioners, diHiiagfss claimed £3!) -. According to plain tiff's statement it appeared that, in .Sj;)U!iiiber, 1887, hu iHiruliosiul aijuiiotityofgi-oai'-its and other goods fiiim S.iin Ch'iy, a Ciiiiijge merchant iu ?Sydney, with instriiclioi; tii.it they ^:'-ul ?'. '.-? r-.-ut by railway u- Xaruudur.i, where pLiintiii' kapt a store. The goods, consisting of thirty-nine pack ages, ivsieaociM-iliiij! toJlie iilliyitini!* --f p'aintiff duly made up by Sam Cloy, and delivere.1 ik the railway station to be forwarded as ordered, being of the value ot about £220. They were sent oti September --, aud the train by which they were conveyed, upon reaching Petersham, met with an accident; owing to the breaking of au axle, a num ber of trucks falling over an embankment, some of which caught fire and their contents destroyed. Since then the goods inquestiou h...

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OUR TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY. Friday 12 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 22 June 1889

OUR TELEGRAMS. (FH0M OUU OWS OomtESPlWPKNT). Si'DXKy. Friday 12 i-.ir. At tlie HomebusU etoek nalta yesterday 1200 cattle were yarded uml the market was dull and prices receded. Hcst bullocks brought £9 13s. and others from £j 13s. jl 7,000 ebeep werepemieil aud best niuriuoB brought 17s 3d. others from Gs. 2J, aud crossbred s 15s 7-1. w ln-tid. The discussion 0:1 the tweuty-ciglith clause of the Land Bill last night occupied tlio Hctiso till mtd- night, this boiug oue of the most important {irovi sione in the bill. An ntnendnieut wus carried to the effect that the rente of conditional urn! pastoral homestead leases should be subject to reapjimiee ment, Mr. Lee moved an amemluieut giving pas toralists in the Eastern division thu isiimu privilege of extension as iu the othar division,*. The ilebate continued till 1 o'clock, but the amendment tta» negiitved by a large majority, TJie further co»». siueratiou of the clauee was postponed, Mr. licnnett, Chief CouimlsEianer of Rnadsard bri...

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A [?] with Loaded [?]mbrellas. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 22 June 1889

i IkM-J with liOsuU'ft tT«i!»iTllrts.' A diii.'! iu ;»..r'.ilwny mention is a novel t-\- jjt'i-isNH''.- : inn t« o nifji Fi'ijin Voi-w;-ilk-s re i-,-:)i.lv. wlio li;isl fisllcn i)-,it iiy tlio wiiy, s»ft\iii'iy t t-i'-i ti'ti their fi'llow pu.sscnp'M in -suoh' ;i .?;:i-.-« -i.-it'l-- on .-ili.yhiiii;i from tlie twin. . iwdi ii.ijiii'.-iit''! r t*) liu i.iruvi'ti'd with a .«wii«l-uiii- i !ii-i'!!;i. ;::iii :'ft-ci' ;i hut ;ilti rcition in tiju u-;iit- j in- r-v.;.'. Thw }.v.Je-cJ'U--l to U«' hidl, drew | tht1:'1 v.,:.-ipiiji.-, .put t!n:iiist'lves illti' position. I ;md lit-i.-r.i ti.i iuiu.i'iit ».-i«:h otliyr sviiii ;i!! tho I CMi'iirv of v. liich (Iii-.v weiv t-!i[)avl-'. The; bvsi.-inili-r.-i - ?ioii.ki1.) on 1'iir n t'e'.v inomciits in j h-~:\ ildei-iiu'iu : ijui .-ouii. ;. ):irge c-fo\v;! h.n i;:^ ] i-i.iSiii-t.i';!, :U j-.s V, civ t:ikl!H 1.0 -,i;p.-iriltc tin? j in-ili'^-n'iU^-. Tin.1 t;\i\: whs iiUeoU'd with ;io | little iiliJ:c-.ihy, ;is the conib.-itunta h.nl tho roughly \...

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Mr. Deasy's Letters. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 22 June 1889

Sir. Dcasy's Letters. Touching the opening of Mr. Deasy's letters 'An Affluent Resident of Mrunxton' writes as follows to the Sydmiy Morning Herald :—' The paragraph re ferring to the opening of Mr. Deasy's letters ami to his visit to my residence, which appeared in your issue of .Saturday, has been brought under my notice Vou state that the letters in question were opened by my wife, and that I, upon becoming aware of the facts, communicated them to the local postmaster. Now, sir, I give these statements a direct and unequivocal denial, My wife neither saw nor opened the letters in question ; neither did I tell the local postmaster she had opened them. The facts arc these : —The puetmaitcr at llranxton — Mr. Tullock— jjttvc U- my son two sealed letters, and be, in uuvordanua with Mr. Deasy's instruc tions, kept them for live days, during that time no other pei-son having occurs to them. At the -.'iid of this time the postmaster came to my sou and de manded the letters, which were h...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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Weekly Calendar. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 22 June 1889

Weekly Calendar. « t.t «? i Davsof Hun Sun ! Moons Daysof the Week MoJnt]| Rjses Sets. Age- Wkdkesday ? ! June IS 7 C 4 58 21 Tiiursdav ? „ 20 7 fi ' 4 57 2i Fbhiav ? 21 J 6:457 23 SiTDBDAV ? „ 22 7 0 4 57 24 Sunday ? , 33 I 7 7 4 57 25 Musuav ? 24 j 7 7 4 57 2G Tuksimv ? , 25 7 7 j 4 58 27 moon's tiiase. New Moon June 28, at 6.58 p.m. The Braidwood Dispatch. StremU et Prosper^. SATURDAY, JUNK 22. 1889.

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

ami Eleguut dcsi^us BRUSSELS (JARPfilft, Wilton Piie Carpets, Indian Carpels, Tarkey Carpets, Kensington Squares, aud Tapestry Carpets. We iuvit* attention to those about to fur niih or renew their carpets to our unrivalled ?lock of these goods. The style* are new, rich, ?lcgn.ut, and distinctive, and suitable for Drawing-rooms, Sitting-rooms, Diniug rooms, Bed-rooms, Landing?, Stains. We import only the beat qualities, aud our prices are no higher than those quoted else where for inferior makes. Hugs, Floorcloths, Linoleums aud Mailing! in great variety. Patterns, -with prices and full paitieulare, tent post free on application. * We have a largo stock of Ait, Cabinet mm) Upholstery furniture always on liand, mid yit can moke to any design if required. Itavid Josok '-&n& Company, CARPET, F£OORCU)TH AND ART Furniture Warehouse. Opposite the General I'oat Office, GtiORUE STREET, SYDNEY. CRA'L'EFUL-t'DMFOPvTlXfJ. BPPS'S'cbCOA. l!R 15 A K V A S T. 'T)Y a thorough kiinw!...

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

LOCAL NEWS. Captain's l'j.AT--.l-V-lkwiHgi6the smelting report of the Koh-i-noor Gold and Silver Mine for week aiding )5th instant :— Ore smelted, 202 tons 7 cwt. 3 qr. producing 439 bars of bullion, weighing 15 tons 19 cwt. 151K, 5 tonB 15 cwt, high grade matte, aud 20 tons low grade matte. BnHiou contains 286ioz. 3 dw-t. 10 gr. silver, 27oz. 38 dwt. 9 gr. gold, ami lead. High grade matte contains 310 oz. 2 dirt, silver, ~i dwt. 3gr. gold, and J toil 9 cwt. 3 gr, conncr. 20 tons low grade matte estimated assay value £5 14s. per ton. Total value, £1000.— The following smelting report of tlie Commodore- Von- derhilt --old anil .Silver Mining Company, is under date 10th instant ; —70 tous broken for week. 95 iam i cwt, ore liave been smelted, producing 4 (011s 10 cwt. 2 qr. bullion, containing 3828 oz. silver and 23 07.. \0 dwt. gold. We learn that the Kohi noor expect lo get twice as much this week. The two furnaces working splendidly. Tlie foundation's are being laid for a 4O stampe...

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

Notes and Comments. The Payment of Members' J5ill—or to be exact we had perhaps better say the Parlia mentary Representatives Allowance Bill — is now in the hands of the Legislative Council, and was pnsse3 through its initial stages in that Chamber on Wednesday evening last, although not before mi effort was made to delay the consideration of the measure. It is abundantly apparent, notwithstanding the threats that were issued during the passage of the Bill through the Assembly, that the same fate is in store for the present Bill as was meted out to those that have preceded it. A call of the House has been made to deal with the second reading on Wednesday next, and it does not require one to be posses sed of any extraordinary prophetic powers to foretell the ultimate result of this move, unless, indeed, the opinions of members of the Upper House have of late undergone a wonderful change in respect to the advisa bility of remunerating our representatives in Parliament. A number of ame...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 26 June 1889

£50 REWARD £50 FEAPD & DECEIT. In order to protect ihe people from being defrauded and cheated, the American Hop Bitters Company offers the above Reward for the arrest and conviction of -ny person or persons refilling the American Hop Bitters Company's bottlas, and for selling any vile nostrum or compound i as the genuine and original Dr. Soule's Ameri can Hop Bilters, or for counterfeiting the Company's Label— a Bunch of Green Hops on a White Label, with Black Letters. I-R. SOULE'S KMERICKN HOP ♦BITTERS (A. MEDICINE, NOT A ORINK), COKTA1SS HOPS, BUCHU, MANDBAKE, DAWDELIOX AMUDEPraBM «d Bbt Medicai QuiLmuor ALL OTUBR BlTTJSM. . THBV CTJIMEI All Diseases oi the Stomach, Bowels, Blood, LUtr, K idi 'eylaiid &mar-' O-x«ns. Nervousness, Slwplew nws, Female Connitalnts and Drunkenness. THOUSANDS UPON THOUSANDS!!! m'ke*'e'«re. It I. our medicine, Dr. Soule's to aur one lor anv disease similar to their own if cures by Dr. Soule's American Hop Bitters. M OTHER GENUINE. TAKE M...

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The Queensland Railway Commissioners. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 26 June 1889

Tlio -|ii«chk1uii([ Railway €»mis .SiOIKTK. Tlie newly-appointed Railway Commis rionersfor Queensland, Messrs. Mathieson. and Johnston, will leave Eugkml for Queens land via Sydney in the P. and O. Company's R.M.8, Britannia on June 10. Both men enjoy a high reputation in England railway circles. Mr. Mathieson when n youth joined the service of the Glasgow and SouthAVest eru Railway Company at New Cominock, the last southern station in the county of Ayre. He was removed in 18 months to uiu jj.ujiBiuru, me great centre or tlie min ing industry iu West Scotland. Thence he was shifted, in 18C5, to take the post of station-master -it Stewarton station. In 1809 he was appointed clerk in the office of the Superintendent of Lines, passing through the various grades. He succeeded, at the death of Superintendent Mr. Gilmoiir, in 1875, to the position of superintendent. From the date Mr. Mathieson joined the service till his retirement to assume theCom luissiaiiciship in Queensland lie passed...

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Original Poetry. A REPLY [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 26 June 1889

''''*' Original Poetry, ? « ? A REPLY To 3. J. Irwiu's lines on liraidwood, which ap- peared in the DiyMlrli on June 15. Pear Ir« in, your poem I've read, ; Atul laugh at your sadness and sighing, '? For of nil those you seem to Inincnl ; Not one of tlicin's in n gmve lying. j From ttraidwood they have gone, it is true, j To the pttice of their birth Uavu retired ; j From tins fountain of life they h'rst came. j They arc alive, aud can never expire. . ! Look at Paul ; on the eve of departure j Hib theme is of life, not the grave. | He renmnbera the light Daimisens, | He knows of a light without shade. : The time of our vlmwjK is apjno.icliiiig ; ! I/ook then to the hills, not tlic grave. ; Death ! what ib it ? Only a shadow. Thtii beyond with our friends all is safe. ] SIN DEL. :

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 26 June 1889

AUSTRALIAN STORES. Hiiimiri!!1 Stocktaking. { GRE/\T pUCTlip ! rBKVIOUS TO THE ANNUAL STOCKTAKING 1 AM . m Offering1 to the Pu'blic UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE MV LARGE, FRESH AND Well - Assorted Stock OF Goods in all Departments su AT immense mwmv. i J. MAHER ? c To Let, THE PURMISKS recently occupied by Mft. STKriiBKS, Chemist, containing. Shop and nine other Rooms. Apply R. SlcDONALU FRUIT TREES! L« THE undersigned begs to announce that he has FOR SALE APPLE TREKS, PLUM and CHERRY TREES aud HAWTHORNE QUICK ; all of tlic Rest Sorts. The Apple Trees are guar- ft nteed to be thoroughly BLIGHT PROOF. I ' Pbices Moderate. U JOHN ADRIEN, Little River. NOTE. — Copies of the Dispatch may be obtained at Mit. R. G. REED'S, Wallace Street Price, Threepence, Government Notices. rnEN'DERS will be received up to noon on w X 29th JUNE for the Bupply of 2i in. Main- ft tenauce Metal on the following Roads :— ARALUKN TO MORUYA. 36 MILLON TO BODALLA. ?Specilicitions may be seen at the Courthouse, Hraidiv...

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Doing a Good Turn. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 26 June 1889

Doing a tiootl Turn. At the Edinburgh Court of Session in Feb. vuary lost Lord Fraser closed the record in au action for breach of promise of marriiige, The pursuer is Miss Annie 11. Macfarkne, Cmigneuk, Glasgow, aud ,tl«j-.- defender is Alexander Wallace Hogg, sugar-brdker, Glas gow, and sugar refiner, Greenock,.,n.nd residing ai Largo Villa, Sliawknds, Glasgow, and the sum sued for is £5000, The pursuer says the defender lives with his mother, a widow, that he is the principal jowiier of the DcUingburn Sugar Refinery,'. Greenoek, and that he carries -fin business as n sugar broker, under the Jinn name of Alexander, Hogg- ,a-id Co., at 60, Virginia Street Glasgow. Mis summer residence is at Ardenlee, Dunoon. He is very wealthy, and has two pleasure yachts, one of them being about CO tons : keeps carriages and coitchiniiii, and owns several prize horses. He is reputed to lie worth £100,000, ami is about 31 years of »ge. The pursuer says that in the beginning of 1 SK7 lie uinde Jmr a...

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Death of Irving Bishop. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 26 June 1889

Death of Irving Bislioj* Irving Bishop, the well-known American I thought-render, died suddenly on tliol3tli, ;it Lamb's Oub New York. Bishop attended an entertainment at Hie Club on Hu misty evening, tuul wliilo :itt-;iii[it.ing lo inline :i word of which ii gontleiwiii present !md thought, lie Viis (;ilc«n with liy.stcricsil en (a- j lej»y. He was immediately ]-ut to bod, nnd soon recovered, ;ind resumed his thought- I reading experiments. Wliiie so cujjagcd :it 4 o'clock in the inoniiii'r Jio was as'iiiii .seized with spasms, and in spile of the .'ijiplicalion o£ electric batteries he jrividtisillv sink until noon, when he died. The doctors conducted an autopsy, in order to i;p.t the brain of so wonderful a man, and next day a great sensa tion was uicxle by Bishop's wife, stating that her husband's body was dissected while he j was in a cataleptic state. She claims he J had previously lain 48 hours in a sinulnr j condition, and that tiie physicians really killed him. In their has...

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Braidwood Land Board. TUESDAY, JUNE 25, 1889. (Before A. O. Moriarty, Esq., (Chairman) and James Aldeorn, and J. W. Bunn, Esqrs.) [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 26 June 1889

Itraidwood Laud Board. Tuksday, J0KK23, 1889. (Uufnrc A. 0. Moriarty, Esq., (Chairman) and janics Aldcoru, and J. \V. ISuuii, Esqi-a. ) James Callaghan, 0. P., 87-4, TCttin-es, parish of Morigan. Tins ease hail been postponed toy a fur Uicr report form the Inspector, from ivhom a letter* was received stating that he had been tillable to make n. further iu&puctiou. James Callaghau gave, further ovhlenco us to portions 38 and 39, and naid there was on the land ii hut worth from £6 to £H when he made application ; he could not add any thing more to former evidence, Frederick Archer was ciillcil by CuHaglian who deposed that he knew measured portions 38 and 39. parish of Merrigau ; In November 1887, the Improvements on the Taint consisted of riugbarlung and a hut without a roof ; f.lii'.w u'iir ftnmp. fciumiir Hire a IuirIi viLrd. and a few trocB were felled near the hut ; the ringing may have been worth nine pence per acre ; the hut was worth £0. R. C. Cooper also gave evidence...

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