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OUR TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, SATURDAY, 8, P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 26 June 1889

OUR TELEGRAMS. (FKOM UL'll OWN COHUESl'ONDKNT). Kati'rhav, 8. r.M. Dale lias been dueled for (.entra! Cumberland by ,1 majority of 300. A jiortion of the A. A. Company's mine at Neiv castlo fell in this morning entombing a number o( men. all «f whoti) have been resoused except two. Monday, 10 a.m. The Intent from the colliery accident at Newcastle reports that eleven men arc still entombed with but very little hope of rescue. The subsidence extends over about I 'i acres. Tiie Hon. Jobu Sutherland is dead Tl'gsday 12.40 P.M. At tba Homebusli slaak sales yesterday 1280 Rattle were yarded nnd prices were down fully 15s. Her bead best bullocks fetching £8 and others from i'oOs. BustbL-efi9 20s6d.pcrcwt. ^8300 sheep were penned und tbe market was unaltered, lust merinos fetching 12s 13d. and others from 7s 4d. a resolution expressing regret at the death of the Hon John .Sutherland and condolence wtih his re latives. Lord Curtiugtoii has been formally installed Master of the united Grand ...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Rifle Match. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 26 June 1889

Itiflc Match. The mutch between the Braidwood and Milton Reserve comjianics took place on Saturday last. The toams were to have been composed of ten men »u each side, but owing to the absence of Mr. It. J.C. Maddrell the local men were one man short. The Milton men shot at their own hutts, as also did tlie Braidwood corps, umpires having been selected at wich place to see that the shooting was fairly carried out. Mr. Mater, who was in Milton, looked after the interests of the Braidwouil men there, while Mr. Wallace discharged a similar duty for the Milton men here. The match «vis nt 500 aud (iOO yards, '2 sighters being allowed at each range. iMfliv we give tlie scores on tlie Hraidtvood side. Tim total of the Milton score has been tcle graplicd, ii liicli amounts to 443, or-^) ahead of their opi-uiienf-s. Chapman, including sighlctu -.. ??? 66 Le Maitrc ,, ,, ... ... u'4 KinL'smill j, ,, ... ... 47 If. L. Mater „ ,, ? 47 OHcir ., ., ? 45 V, 15. Maddrell ,, ? 43 Daly „ „ ? 43 Maronc...

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CABLE MESSAGES. LONDON, JUNE 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 26 June 1889

GABLE MESSAGES. (lfrom the Sydney Papers. ) LONDON, Juke '20. It is lunwmu-Gil to-duy that the Manjuis of Salis bury, the l'riinc Minister, has summoned the Right Hou. Sir Robert Moricr, G.C.B., the British Am bassador at.St. Petei-Bbnrg, to London, Tlie reason of Sir Kobert Morler'e recall is un derstood to be the desire of the MawjiUB of Sails bury to cousult with him respecting the attitude and intention of Russia towardB tho Balkan piovin cos. In th« Hmisc of Oiminon this afteniiK.11 Sii-.JaMBB » l'Vrgussoii, the Undor-Secrotniy of the lWciim S OHicc, denied that thei-c was any truth in the i«- 9 port that professor Anuiuius Vamhrcy, the cmin- I cnt Orieiitnl trnvcllur mid writer, had been ittsmt- B died by tho British (iovurnment to Turkey, to at-- V range for the iicutlulity of the l\irte iu the event ? of a rapture between Kngland nnd Russia. M Tho IjOiidon correspmuleiit of the HutMtsiiiiAti I Post says he knows, mi undoubted authority, that m Sir Henry Brougham Ixidi, tiovc...

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

I*-irHtUucntar-. The Legislative Assembly met ou Friday at half past '2 o'clock, with a view to allow private members to get ou with the businces they had on the paper. Some doubt has heen expressed as to whether a i]iu-rnm could !-c gut together txt that early hour, hut when the Speaker took the chair there were about i~- uieinbcrs, or more than two quorums pre sent. There were eight questions ou the business paper, which were duly disposed of. Mr. Willis pointed out the disadvantage country newspapers wave under in not l-eing able to exchange with llmiiaiil. Mr. J. I1. Abbott remarked that that would be a line exchange. Mr. Sneaker stated that the arrangements with the couutry newspapers Was to send them in exchange copies of the Parlia mentary l'apeiv ; hut not tho ' )-ebate.e,'' and even then they had to ecinl stamps to pay the postage. The adjoitrtiinent of the House was moved in the legislative .ftssciuiuy yiwrcrilay uy Jir. m coin i, at about a -juart«r to 3 o'clock. Tlie lio...

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

Thanks. ?TTT1XL kind, but unknown, Aralueu l'rieud Sydney University, June 24, 1889. ? RifieCorps. A N IMPORTANT MEETING will be held ? A TO-NIGHT, 26th inst, at 8 p.m. sharp, ut * the Albion Hotel, Burinass urgent. AU Mem ber.^uestedtoattend. U KING6MILL, Hon. See, A Few Cheap Linei JUST TO KKBP THK HALL ROLLING. MEN'S FASHIONABLE OVERCOATS, i... aud JJ., -:.!. LADIES' WOOL CLOUDS AND SQUARES (LARGE 817.E) isOd, f-2«Gd, 3s, 4s Cd each. 50 Doz. Men's Merino Sox -ALL BULKS) fid PER PAIR. 30 Doz. Brown Cotton Sox Id PER PAIR, And Better Qualities at fid and 9d. 86 PAIRS V|er|'s Tweed Trousers, Strong and Good, all at 4s lid PAIR. BETTER VALUE THAN EVER ! Blankets. 13l£fcXlJ£.4&tS5». 4s lid, 8s Cd, 13s, 20s. HEAVY FLEECY WOOL. Long Handle Shovels, 3s fid EACH. Company's No. 1 Sugar, 3Jd PER LB. Company's No. 3, Sugar, 3d PER LB. OVER THE COUNTER. We have not risen this article of every-day coh imption, as we believe in the principle of JVE AND LET LIVE ! OUR JUSTLY-CELEBRATED L...

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Terrible Colliery Disaster. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 26 June 1889

Terrible Colliery JMsnstcr. Tho terrible calamity »t the A. A. Company's -51ebc pit was this all-absorbing topic of conversation . throughout the district on Saturday and on Sunday. The scene of tho disaster has heeu visited by many thousands of people, who collected, round the mouth . of ifoe pit, and speculated upon the cause of = tho rcoliapac. The pit is distant iibout twW-mtles from: Newcastle, and is situated to the southtwest;of the j$jtpy&. main road passes close alongside of it, and the couutiy- is slightly undulating in uhiiracter. I Mining operations iu the district have .been carried 011 for something like 17 years,- and the workings; have become so extensive tnat -t is saw they are 1 equal to 23 miles in length. It will therefore lie j readily understood that any attempt to give a de tailed description of the ramifications of the work ings underground would he utterly futile. Their magnitude is very clearly indicated l»y tlie fall of the roof that has taken plac...

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LONDON. MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 26 June 1889

LONDON. M'SDAY. The Emperor of Austria, addressing tlie delega tions, assured tbe deputies tliat tbe foreign policy of the Empire was unchanged. Tbe continued in crease of warlike forces elsewhere compelled Aus tria to perfect her means of defence. The Euro pean situation remained uncertain. Austria was in complete unison witli her allies, and he hoped that peace would be preserved. The Emperor regret ted tlie abdication ot King Aiuan, out expres sed tbe Lope that tbe prudence mid patriotism of the Servians would be the means of averting any danger. He rejoiced that steady progress was being made in Bulgaria. Russia hag occupied Deer Intend, off the coast of Corea. The Russian military authorities have issued orders to have torpedoes in readiness in cose of au outbreak of hostilities. Lateb. The Clau-Na-Gael Society is Whig re-organised. Tbe leaders are determined to drop active work in support of Mr, Paniell. BUhop Chicago reported to tbe Pope that tlic Society has bad recourse to ...

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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 26 June 1889

GENERAL NEWS. 9 A telegram from *Juiulagai on Saturday says :— On Tuesday last tile local police got information that u woman named Sarah Jane Luyton was wandering about the bush at Yammatrec, only iiaitially dad, having left her home under the delusion that a man who committed tlic Vellingroo murder, and uuothvi1 man,' were conspiring with her hnsluuid lo poison her. Tho poor was out all iil«ht in the wet and was found lute iluvt day. Hume time ugo she hail charge of the Yauunatree post -office, which was recently closed. This is said to luive preyed on her mind. The police In-imulil, Imrautl her children into cool. While ill the gaol yw-il, hu-viiig !-cen left aloue for a few seconds, she climbed yp itu uuuvin tree, ami nearly half an hour expired befoi-c she uQi|hl \,a induced to come down. She was bmught before dio Bench oil Friday, nnd ordered to besom to the rccciviug hoiiiic for thefuwiue, A telegram from M-cllt .urue on Friday reports :— The little town «f Natlittlin vma erq...

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Weekly Calendar. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 26 June 1889

Weekly Calendar. ,. , , ... , Days of Sun Sun iMoous VTedXESimv ? Omir 26 7 fi ' 4. 38 N, Thuiwdav ? 27 7 « 4 5» 2 Friday- ? , 28 7 »i 4 59 3 SiTURDAV ? „ 29 7 (5 4 59 4 Sonday ? ,, 30 j 7 7 , i» -» ?'» Monday ? Jnly ) 7 7 ' 5 0 G Tuesday ? 2 7 7 5 1 7 _^ ? ? ? moon's rsiAsii. New Moon June 28, at 6.58 p.m. The Braidwood Dispatch. Strenui el Prospnri. WEDNESDAY, JUNK 26, I8S9.

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

and Elegant designs BRUSSELS CARPETS, Wilton Pile Carpets, Indinn Carpels, ?Btirk«y Ctrpets, Kensington Squares, and Tfepestry Curpett. W« Invite attention to Wioio about to fur aieh »r ranew their carpets to our unrivalled rtsok of these gooda. The styles are new, rich, elegant, and distinctive, and suitable f*r Drawing -rooms, Sitting-rooms, Dining itomi, Bed-room*, Landings, Stain. We import only the best qualities, and our prices are no higher than those quoted else wh«r« for inferior makes. Rags, Floorcloths, Linoleums and Mattings im great variety. Patterns, with prices and full particulars, sent post free on application. We 'have a large stock of Art, Cabinet and {?pholttery fnrniture always on hand, and w« can make to any design if required. David Jones and Company, ?ARl'BT, FLOORCLOTH ANJ- ART Furniture Warehouse. Opposite the General Post Office, GEORGE STIUS15T, SYDNEY. GRATEFUL— COMFORTING. EPPS STCOCOA. Ji H KAKFA S T. T-Y a thorough knowledge of tlie natural laws XJ wh...

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

Slasonic lliu installation of officers of the Lodge of Truth for the ensuing twelve months took place at the Lodge Room in the Oddfellows' Hall on Monday evening, P.M. llrotlier Biumorc acting as installing ofliucc. The following were the officers elected : — W.M., W, J. Cluunnaiii S.W., H. Wilson; J.W., \V. Binmore; S.I)., K. Bruce; J.I)., -a. Fisher; I.G., R. Druce; Secretary, D. S. Lindsay; Trea surer, James JlcDaiialJ ; OrganUt, Charles Mur The installation ceremony coucludoda little before S o'clock when the members adjourned to tlie Aluiou Hotel, to partake of tlio banquet which liaj been prepared for them. With two or three visiting members the com;wuy numbered about twenty-five, t'.ie number being vevy much loss than it would have been but for the bad weather. A capital apreftd was provided. The Worshipful Muster, dtotlier W, J. Chapman presided, and Brother H. Wilsou, S.W., occupied tlie vice-eliair. After the tuual loyal toasts had been given and responded to, theiiealth o...

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 26 June 1889

LOCAL NEWS. Tub Kkw Chwki.vat/ox Works. — The contract for the supply of 150,000 bricks to be used in the erection of the new chlorinatioii works at Major's Creek lias l-ecn accepted, Mr. ileovge Wanks, of Uraidwood, being tlie successful tenderer. There ?were upwards of a dozen tenders sent in, from tJoulbnm, JJungcndore, Qucaiibcriui, nnd other parts. To compleie the works fully half -a-mi! lion of bricks will be required and when everything is in full swing there will be work for 400 men, winch means an increase to tlic population of at least 1200 souIb. The Pargue Company continue raising ami crushing stone of a highly piyable character nnd tlie reefs are widening as they go down. t 1?*M, OK Snow. — Ou Monday night we had a fall of snow which came down occasionally in large flakes. The rain which iutcrveiieil prevented it from lying on tlie ground, lmt yesterday morning the mountain tops on every side had changed their bluish tinge to that of a pure white. It is very poetical to...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 29 June 1889

' Wailsit'e-Simi ili*itiihvooil, OllKVA iixl M UN »Y having eonuileUid llioii- ' new ami hmnlsniiio HKAKSK, are imw jiix! , pari'il to CCHKlflCt FllllWillS Oil ttlt! lllUSt ' ibcral terms. £50 REWARD £50 HtA'JD & DECEIT. ! In order to protect the people from being; defrauded and cheated, the American Hop Bitters Company offers tbe above Reward for the arrest and conviction of '.ny person or persons refiliing the American Hop Bitter* Company's bottles, and for selling any vile nostrum or compound as the genuine and original Dr. Soufe's Ameri can Hop Bilters, or for counterfeiting ; the Company's Label — a Bunch of ! Green Hops on a White Label, with j Black Letters. \ DR. SOULE'S : AMERICHN HOP* BITTERS j (A MEDICINE, NOT A DRINK), j co.frAiss j HOPS, BVCHC, MAXUUAKE, DANDELION. ! AM) TUE fl-REBT iKD BSST MEBICil. QOtUtlU Ot j »U OTHMt BlTIKRS. ! TJHCJ3Y CXTItH! j All Diseases of the Stomach. Bow-els. Blood. Livtr, | Kidiicvs and L'rinaty Organs, Kmousscss, Slttplcss- - ness,...

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Discovery of the "Elixir of Life." [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 29 June 1889

IMscover.v of i he *? Elixir «f Life.' Dr. Hucci, of ]?ome, a corresponding mem ber of the Paris Geographical Society, who has taken part in several explorations, claims to have found at last tlie long-sought ' Elixir of Life.' He Ls'carefu) to explain, as we might expect from a man of science with a reputa tion to lose, that ho has not invented it, but has KJinulv discovered it. Ho asserts Hint there is a pl-int in .South-AVest Africa, the enjoyment of which sntisiics- overy need of the human body. The doctor himself, from the 10th June to the last day of that month took no food whatever, solid or liquid, except ten drops of the juice of this marvellous vegetable, aud throughout these twenty days he was as strong and healthy in body and mind, aud was able to walk 7000 metres in forty-five minutes. He was duly watched both by scientiflc men and sportsmen, by doctors and gamblers day and night through out the period. Dr. Su'cci asserts Unit he is quite prepared to live for sixty cons...

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Original Poetry. THE LOST HORSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 29 June 1889

Original Poetry. THE M-ST HOItSi;. Once o» a lime — we will not Jin cxaol, It may have been three weeks ngo, 'Perchance ton years; '«is«ll llu.- saim- — What is tlic .lay or .lute, inm/wii-l We wilt not further beat about. Or with n host of tedious tluliiils premise, , But true events narrate ami open up tlic ball. They Came to tlimee, and dunce the did Till night itself wont whirling round, And ravished ilay wild -juickcr time Came rolling in the custom gate. 'The guests were many uml comprised The young, the f;iir, tho gay, the wise. The wit, the musk-iil, awl all those congeries of mirth Which by attraction (juiuk eoinhiiie And make the social Win a big uneeens. ^They camu from distant parts ; just ns a 1'1'C Receives aspl.-ish. then radiating lings, The circle of ucijuaiulance spread, Till it reached at !:ist full forty ihjIck : AmUhcrc were ninny girls. Just as we hfc A lot of flowers tied tij- ivith eaiv, K'eu so they formed a ehnriiiing IiuikIi Of Nature's best bonijiirl. Ain...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 29 June 1889

Public Meeting. APUl'.LIC MEETING will be held iu the LITERARY INSTITUTE on TUESDAY EVENING NEXT, 2nd JULY, at 8 p.m., for the purpose of fanning a PROGRESS COMMITTEE to look after the interests of the Town aud Dis trict. J. Wallace, Esq., J.P., will occupy the Chair. P. MAHER, Hon. Sec. Caution. ALL Persons arc hereby CAUTIONED against PURCHASING ANY STOCK, either Horses or Cattle, bearing my Brand or otherwise belonging to tne, as no one has any authority from me to dispose of them. JOHN CUNNINGHAM. Lagoon, Juue 28, 1SS9. Caution. CARRIERS or others discovered THROWING DOWN THE FENCES of my Paddocks uiong the Goulburn Road, between the Six-Mile Flat and Warn, aud putting their horses therein will be PROSECUTED as the law dire:ts, w. McCaffrey. TO LET, mHE DWELLING HOUSE AN)) SHOP ftt pre X sent occupied bp Du. Cumminos. Apply FREE TRADE STORES. AUSTRALIAN STORES. Prior to Stocktaking. SPECIAL r(EDUCTIO}JS I IN MEN'S, BOYS' AND YOUTHS' CLOTHING FLANNELS DBESS G00BS, Sso. J. MAHER. ...

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A Dodge for getting Money. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 29 June 1889

A Oodiii' for licUiJia ; Money, A remarkable dodge for obtaining money lias bei'ii adopted bv a ' Knight of Industry,' who, according to the accurate records of the Paris police, courts, is a pickpocket of British nationality. This person (writes tlie corres |K-ndcnt of the London Tvfrt/rajih) came to Paris a few weeks and bought a little hotel, i))' deiat-lied residence, in the Avenue Rosi^uet for .£i.\000. The 'knitfht,1' however, did not pay down this sum in each : he only de posited £S with his landlord on account, and succeeded in inducing a verdant upholsterer to furnisli and carpet his rooms. Th«m he called the place by a high-sounding name, and distributed prospectuses in all tiic ivijl way stations, setting forth the comforts, con veniences, ami 'luxuries to be found at moderate cost in his establishment, which was near the Great Exhibition. People came to him in scores, and the house was soon tilled. The tenants, however, were terribly frightened by the elaborate notices p...

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Stealing the Jewels of Juggernauth [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 29 June 1889

Stealing the Jewels of Jii£;»er The ti-ue and tragic t.-ile wliicli 1 am about to relate (writes 'L. F.. in the 7'jw.k of India) was told to me many years ago by a distinguished officer of the '.Madras' armv. The facts have never ajipeard in anv news paper, nor are tliey to be found in any of tlie police records of the Presidency. For ob vious reasons, tin? names liavn Ijeon altered : uut mj uus. aay 'y tue camp Uren ot tlie great festival held every year is told with bated breath, and listened to with wrapt attention, tbe terrible tile of the jewels of Jugwrnautli, and of the vengeance -jf rlic great fjocl. Many years ago. said iny friend. T was i quartered at Fuzamdab, an important mili- j tary station about 150iuilos from the Madras j coast. There was a l-.n-ge, number of troops there of all descriptions, and certainly for half the year tlie life vc all led was -£;iv a»d high euough. Unfortunately at the time ] was there, gambling aud betting were nmili in vogue. and many men plu...

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CABLE MESSAGES. LONDON, JUNE 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 29 June 1889

CABLE MESSAGES. (From the Sydney Papers.) JjOIfDO2f.Ji-.VE 24. The strained feeling existing between the Swiss Republic and Germany, owiug to the the latter Power resenting the arrest on the frontier of a Ger man commercial traveller named Wolilgeiuutb, us a, spy, by the Swiss cantonal authorities, is now en ded. The Swiss Federal Executive lias made a de claration which Is satisfactory to the Germans. It is feared by the party of the Regency of King Alexander, the son of ex -King Milan, that an at tempt win pe made on bebalt o( the Prutce Kira georgovitch, the Pretender, to kidnap the boy when he comes to Zitclia to be annotated King of tinrviu. It is reported that the Emperor Francis Joseph of Austria privately fissured the members of the Austro-Hungariou Dcligation that the peace of Eu rope would remain undisturbed. The press and the public in Vienna, on the other hand consider that the present situation of affairs in Europe is too disquieting to ensure theimmed ate prospects of ...

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The Braidwood P. and A. Society. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 29 June 1889

The Braidwood P. nnd A. Jviclctv. The annual general meeting of the above Society was held at the Albion Hotel -iu T«ur«-Uy hi uuiug last, shortly after 1 1 o'clock. Mr. ii. M. Hoyd», President, occupied the cliair. There were about twenty members present. Tlie report aud b tiauce sheet were read as follows : — Committee's Rei-obt for 188!). ' Your Committee, in presenting t!i«ir rep irt for 1889, have much pleisnre in informing members of its continued success, notwithstanding the adverse seasons witb which the Society has had to contend for the past two or three years. ' Member* will recollect, nt a general meeting held just before the close of last year, it was resolved that the annual Kxhibition should be postponed for this year in consequence of very bid seasons, but at a subsequent meeting it was thought advisable to alter thivt resolution ami have t'.ie show 9. month later than usual, and the result shows thtt it was a wise alteration, the last exhibition lining one of the be...

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