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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 29 June 1889

GENERAL NEW& ,y A Melbourne telegram MysV— A«wft n«3-eeti reported to the police here, ft id to the effect tht-t a girl named Mary Belrooe, nged 11 years, WM married to a m»n named Hnt7.cn, at Sale, pn 12th instant, by the Rev. 1). A. Donovan, » Romm Catholic clergyman. Tho girl state* »h« *w hawking at Bairnadkle when she met HntKHi, irUo is Mi Assyrian, mid is also a hawker. He wnuteA to marry her there, but crontunlly it was dteided to so to Sale, where Mia innrrinee iosk pUc«. Tk* girl's mother vr&s at liroken Hill *t tlta *ita«. After the wantage tbey stopped »t an hntal in 8»t« for two nights, but occupied different npnrtm»nts. They cum? to Malbnurnc. HuUen *H nurrwi under the namo of Joseph AntonU, »ud ia tbt certificate tlie girl's age is stated to be 18. U«Msn'« statement contradicts that ninde by Ike girL Ths matter will be searchingly investigated by th* police. Tiie minister for justice lias- Approved «[ tlieylu* of the Crookwcll courthouse, at a cost of ...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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The Opening of the Pastoral Leases to Selection. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 29 June 1889

The Opening of the Pastoral teases Ut KftlitfliniL. The provision Iu the 2StU clause of the Laud 1MU to terminate all pastoral leases Iu the Eastern divi. Bion to tmvke room for closet' settlement by being thrown open to free selection was argued at great length in the Assembly lost Week. The amend meiit moved by Mr. Lee that the leases in this division should bo raiuwod as in the Central atu Western divisions was ucgatived by 43 to 15. Among the minority was Mr. Ryrio, whose speech s veported in Jfanumwd us follows : — Mr.Ryricdid not wish to give an altogether silent vote upon this important clause. Not long ngotlio Premier stated, in emphatic language, that the colony could do very well without the western squatters. Judging from the provisions of this bill, the tjovcrnmeut appeared to eutcrtain similar views with reg.ird to the eastern squatters. The hou. member for Camdcn had stated to-night that it was necessary, in the interests of settlement, that another W.000,000 acres sho...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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LONDON. THURSDAY [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 29 June 1889

LONDON. TllCRSDAY. England declines to discuss with France the question of evacuation of Egypt by the British troops. The negotiations for the conversion of the Egypt ion debt are consequently broken off. The tribunal of Clan-jia-Giiel, which instigated the murder of Dr. Croniii, has beeu disbanded aud all its records destroyed. A conflict occurred between the Salvation Army demonstration and the police. A procession of 1000 members of the Army, professing to be re formed prisoners, passed along the .Strand with hands playing. The police attempted to disperse the procession, but the army resisted and a riot ensued. Serious injuries were inflicted on both sides and the police arrested several prominent Salvationists. A rising is reported from Xova Bazar, a pro vince adjoining Herzegovina, administered by Aus tria and Hungary. Latkh. Don Carlos, the claimant to the Spanish throue, has issued a manifesto to his supporters setting forth his claims to the throne of Frauce. The wool marke...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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parliamentary. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 29 June 1889

Parliameufcary. Directly the Legislative Assembly met on Tuesday the Speaker anuouueed that the writ for Central Cumberland had been returned, endorsed with the name of Mr. David l-alc. Mr. Dale then entered the Chamber, took the oath, subscribed the roll, and sat ou the back Government benches. Immediately the questions had been answered in tUc Legislative Assembly yesterday, Sir Henry Parkes arose and reminded the House tbat since they last met an event had occurred which proved the uncertainty of life aud the certainty of death. They had lost one of the most valuable members of that House. He found that Mr. John Sutherland was elected a membar of that House 28J years ago, and for eight years be had occupied the position of a Minister of the Crown. Of that period he had had the privilege of being associated with Mr. Sutherland for nearly live years. Iu consultation in the Cabinet Mr. Sutherland was assiduous, un obtrusive, and caruful, aud he brought a large fuud of common sense t...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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OUR TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, [?] P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 29 June 1889

OUB TELEO-RAMS. (FK0M OUK OWN CORRESrONDKST). SYDNEY. At the stock sales yesterday 870 cattle were yarded tied the market was dull, with a downward tendency. Best bullock brought £8 3s 7d. aud othors from £3 5. 22000 eheep were penned aud prime advanced sixpence, best merinos fetching lSs fid. and others from 7s 7d, ami crossbreds from IBs 7d. to 23s 6d. in the AsssinWy lost niuht the preliminary busi ness was unimportant. GmusKS 29, 30 and 31 of the Land Dill worn passed without any matu-iul al teration. The nomination for lteilfern lias been fixed for July 3th and polling on the 8th. The .Supply Bill has passed all its stages in the Upper House. No further arrest have been made in the Slater shooting case. Tiic wounded Constable is progres sing slowly. The rescue parties iu the colliery disaster made very little progress yesterday, having encountered hugh masses of rock. Several further falls of roof occurred aud is feared that much greater falls are impending. The Single Tax Leag...

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The Colliery Catastrophy. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 29 June 1889

The Colliery CatastropUy. Tliere is iio.oUungo to report at Olebe pit, The work of tunnelling through tho fallou debris is pro ceeding energetically, but slowly, and the further the tunnel goes through the fallen mass the more dangerous becomes the risk to the rescue p.irty. If any large settlement of the loose muss were to take place behind them, they would be in the ut most jeopardy, because the timber now holding up the broken roof would be but smaUproteotiou againflt the enormous pressure of the superincum bent mass of dislocated strata. Hence the progress in auttiiig the tuuuel is ina.de alow by t'la H3ct;ssity of fixing the timber supports in sneh mnauner as to assist any ordinary strain caused by a further net. tlemeut of strata. The examiner of Coalfields, Mr. M'Eeuzie, paid to-day a couple of independent visits to the mine ami f si- warded the results of 1) is inspection to the Minister. Tl|o examination, which can be inade now that the cri)n)bluig nud creeping of the roof ...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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Weekly Calendar. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 29 June 1889

Weekly Calendar, ?VTkdxmdav ? June 26 7 t- 4 58 k. Thursday ? „ 27 7 6 : 4 fl8 2 FmdaT ? „ 28 7 0 4 Si) 3 Saturday ? ,, 29 7 0 4 59 4 SDhday ? ,, 30 7 7 : 5 0 3 Moshav ? July 1 7 7 15 0 -i Torddat ? 2 7 7 5 1 7 i ? ! ? HOOK'S PIUSK. New Moon June 28, at 0.5S p.m. The Braidwood Dispatch. Strenut el Prospers. SATURDAY, JUNE 29, 1889.

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

and Elegant designs f BRUSSELS CARPETS, Wilton Hie Carpets, Indian Carpets, Turkey Carpets, Ktusington Squares, and Tapestry Carpets, We invite attention to thoie about to fur nish or renew their carpets to our unrivalled ?took of these goods. The styles arc new, rich, elegant, and distinctive, sad suitable lor ' Drawing-rooms, Sitting-rooms, Dining . rooms, Bed-rooms, Landings, Stairs. ; We import only the best qualities, and our , prices are no higher than those quoted else- ! where for inferior makes. * ! Rugs, Floorcloths, Linoleums and Mattings ; !h great variety. ? j Patterns, with prices and full particular*, sent post free on application. ! ? We have a lat-ge stock of Art, Cabinet and j Upholstery furniture always on hand, and ?we can make to any design if required. David Jones and Company, OAIiPET, FLOORCLOTH AND ART Furniture Warehouse. Opposite the General Post Office, GEORGE STREET, SYDNEY. j GRATEFUL-COM PORTING. epps sTcbeoA. BRBAK T A S T. 'O Y ft thorough knowledge o...

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 29 June 1889

LOCAL NEWS. Ths Railway. — Mr. Ryric has received the following oflioial letter which he has forwarded to us for publication : — Department of Public Works, Kydncy, 20th June, 1889. Sir,— I tiui directed to ackuowlodgc the receipt of your letter requesting the Railway Commissioners may revisit the district of Uraidwood, and -o' inform you that your com munication has been forwarded to the considera tion of the gentleman mimed. I have the honor to he, Sir, Your Obedient Servant, W. IUklinc, Under .Secretary. A. Ryrie, Ksq., M.I1., Sydney.' Amateur Athletic Curn. — At a meeting of the Committee on Tuesday the Treasurer's balance sheet was submitted which shows that the funds of tlie Club were in a highly satisfactory slate. The last sports were so Biiceessful that we understand il is the intention of the Club to get a mixed pro gramme to bo run for iu a couple of months, of which particulars will appear later on. MiskkaIj Lease. — Unless 3. Uiggius executes Mid takes delivery of his m...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 29 June 1889

[ Thb progress of the Land Bill through the Assembly, though it has been put down as being very slow, has been quite fast enough, tjniiderjng the new interests which have been opened up by the new measure. Since the very earliest amendments of the llobert son Land Act of 1861, which brought in a thorough reform of our land laws mid opened «p to settlement the whole of the Crown lands in the colony which had been previous ly completely locked up in the hands of a few by the grants of the Government under the old regime before the introduction of respon sible Government, every measure which has been passed by Parliament lias had the ef fect of enabling the first holders to get a better grasp of the adjacent lands, and to bar, instead of promote, as was intended, or pro fessed to he intended, the fair apportionment of the public lands amongst bona, fide set tlera. The Land Act of 1884 especially, was introduced for the ostensible purpose of put ting a stop to the wholesale aggregation ...

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Braidwood Criminal Sessions. FRIDAY, 28TH JUNE. (Before A. Backhouse Esq. Chairman) [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 29 June 1889

Braidwooil Criminal Sessions. Fhidav, 28th Ji'jiE. (Before A. Backhouse Esq. Chairman) The Court opened at 10 o'clock. A. R. Cowli sliawEscj., whs iu attendance as Crown Prosecutor. The other legal geutlemeu present weie Alex. Shand, Esq., barrister-at-law, aud W. L. Fell, and H. Gannon, Esqe. Larcenv. Roger Watkins was charged with having at Tar ago on the 25th April last stolen one coat and waist coat the property of John Orton ; Prisoner pleaded guilty ; There were two previous convictions against prisoner, one of horse stealingaud the other of larceny ; Mr. Deasey the acting gaoler in liraid wood gave prisoner u very good character duriug the time he been in gaol ; Air. Charles, of Uonlburn gaol, knew prisoner in ili.it gaol, aud said his con duct was very bad dining the time ; lie sliammeii /its and got seveu days cells for it ; he got seven days cells threstiincs for bad conduct. Sentence deferred till this morning. AS.vU'J-T. Alfred Spioer was charged with having, at Hrnidwoo...

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Scraps. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 3 July 1889

Scraps. Perpetual Lent. — la '' unrle's.' ; The Article Chiefly Sold at i'.-uuv Fair.-. : — The visitor, : A l?ogue in (-min. — A fi-audlunt cornt'ac- . tor. ^ ? Goit\g the Rounds of tlie Press. — Waltz- . ing. When a woman who lias been married ten , years still reads love stories, her in.-iiri.-igo , was a success. Gowit, who has a large cirele of aei[uain(- : ance, lives up to his income, because, lie says . 'a penny saved is a penny that may he bor rowed.' ')vera Nevada shanty hangs a t-ijufii liearinj;1 ; this legend : — 'Cfline in An jiit a st|Uar nu'le i sicli as Your mother Used Ui Kuk for a iju.-ir. ; ter.' ; A countrymen, on being clmr^L-d by a rsimpagious bull, held his wife ui-iuly in the' front sayini?- ' Stand steady, Maria: lie can't ' toss both of us.' Editor: — 'Do I understand iliat this interview is verbatim ?' New liejiorter | ? J. VB, iSl I ^ *- ?* I UWi 11 ni|Oi:il ? 1.11^ inn li ii(«.-j out of town.' Daisy— ' Mr. Tallboy, why don't, you stand on one log when y...

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Braidwood District Court. SATURDAY JUNE 29. (BEFORE HIS HONOR JUDGE BACKHOUSE.) NAM YOU V. MCINTYRE. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 3 July 1889

Brairtwood district Court. SATlTKUAVjl'XE 29. {IfcKOttE ais HoNuit Ji'iwj; Backhovse.) Nam Yot v. MoIntvbk. To recover £ If !5s. 10d. goods supplied. Messrs. Fell and .Son for plaintiff. Verdict for plaintiff in the amount claimed. B. Kennedy v. B. Griffiths. Claim £10 14s. }}-!. promissory note. Verdict for pluiutiu'; £17 4d. 1. aud costs. R. Jaajsweixys v. E. S. Rowe. Claim £10 10s, cattle sold and delivered. Messrs. l'ell and Sou for jiluiatiff ; Confession lileil. Judg ment given pursuant to confession for £18 2s. 8a. {itii'liiJiiMr --itsfKl tr% lift n:iiil liv itintalmnnts of £1 per month. T. U. Aixev v. A. Daixas. To recover £13 18s. 4d. promissory note. Ver dict fov plaintiif in amount claimed less £'2 paid into Court. Feehas v. 0'Neu.u This was a trespass case in which plaiutiffclaimed £100 damages. Mr. O'Brien appeared for the plain tiff; Mr. Davidson, through Messrs. Fell and .Son, for ilisfcndiuit. The ease had been adjourned from List Court. The parties are neigh!x-ur&am...

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An Exciting Voyage. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 3 July 1889

Aii ExtiJniii Vo.vngr. Full of interest, and (.xcitoniont u* air llie ; iniiiiiLs of naval iulveutiu-i1. it is seldom that : a story so replete with intcii-t as that nf tin- ? Parkliurst from Hull to liio de .lam-iro i- told. We la-irn from a London papur that ; when 2300 miles from their destination tin vessel was discovered to lie on lire, and fnim ; that time until tliey .-iriised in j-ort the ; officers and the crew struggled iiuwsiintly ! with the couilagmtion. Ajsiin and njiain i iln» iron nlates of tlio shin ljci-atue red ln.it. ' fiwi; the Jiercene.ss of t)ip iiie : but so oft on ' the vonflagation was t-hec-ked by the injec tion of steam through holes made in tin deck. The hardest iight occurred when the ; fir-e extended to the coal bunker*. :nu) it be- ? came uecpsssiry to remove the. coals-. 8u gi-cat was the heat and so di-nso tin: smi-k-' below that the w- rkers f.eijiientlv were brouffh tip insensible, and tJie ilivk was .v- hot that it was only by spreading woi canvas...

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Parliamentary. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 3 July 1889

1'arliauteui.ury, The unusual circumstance of as nmtiy us seven notices of motion on the busincBs paper being passed as ' formal' took place in the Legislative Assembly on Friday, In reply to Mr. H. Stephen Mr. Bruca Smith said the survey of the railway from Cooma to Bqiij. balu was being proceeded with. Mr. John Hao gianco, and his seat as member for Graftal. Tho first order of tlie duy ou the business paper was the second reading of the Wentworth Irrigation aud Water Conservation Bill, wbioh waB moved by Mr. J, P. Alibott. Ho explained that the town of Wontwortli was being depopulated iu favour of Mildura, ou the other side of the Murray, Iu con sequence of the Messrs. Chaffey 's irrigation works. The people of Wentworth finding that the Govern- | ment would do nothing for them, wished to do ; something for themselves. They asked that tho ; town common, containing some 21,000 acres, might | be vested iu them for the creation of irrigation : farms, They asked to be inverted with th...

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Power of Russia. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 3 July 1889

IVnvvr t»f Russia. The grand total of the fi-ras liu^in lias to do her lighting when necssary, numbers 7,000,000 and this number could be largely added to, if needed. The arniics of France number 4,000,000 men. Tim allinnce nf the remaining great powers of Europe against those two nations unites in one great body the troops of England, It-ily, (.Jfirnmny, Austria and Turkey to the. number of a I least 9,000,000. Tlie ''peace' army of Hussia trUllllJl I!*^r- »JVKJ,VJ'JU, dllVI IIIU lllUll JlMJIl.M I '^ troops which Franco and Russia can call nt j once together will number £,000,000. with an almost unlimited field to draw from in ih« latter country Tn estiniiitini; tin1 available forces of Russia it is cut down frnm 7.000,000 ! to +,000,000, on account of llie difficulty of j getting troops together in :i sliori time ; but | the fact remains that whatever nation bumps | up Against Russia will haven hard -.ustuiner j to tackle, and the most formidable, of all i European nations. Of the...

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The Marble Man. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 3 July 1889

The Marble Man. The great dispute as to whetker the marble man of Cow Flat is a true petrifiealion or n, piece of sculpture lias been pretty well cJearel up this after noon. Dr. Chos. W. M'Carthy who as all along Sield stoutly to the theory that the figure is a true pNjtrification, made partial sections, or rather in cisions, in certain portions of the Wly with the re sult that unmistakable cvMence of internal organs nua oeen rsveaieu. a !UH section o! tne ooily is to be made in Melbourne, whence the figure is being removed. The tests this afternoon was made in the presence of several influential citi zens, but as a full section will lie nee'=-!rr ti COn vinee u large pnrtiun of -'ie « ?« -ti.- 1! jm'.li ?. we will Imve to nwHit therrsn'r ««f it in nnlii- loli ially decide the question l-eyo:id sill doubt. — Sta i.

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The Behring Sea Dispute. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 3 July 1889

The Retiring Sea Dispute. Washington, May 30. — The warlike des patches from British Columbia with regard to expected trouble between the United States _ftnd Great Britain over the Behving Sea seal fisheries are generally discredited by the officers of the Navy Department. It is pointed out that no officer of rank sufficiently high to make him acquainted with the English Government's purposes would, under circum stances, be so fooluh as to talk in the manner stilted in the despatch from Victoria. A prominent niival officer snid that the United States had no reason to apprehend any diffi ulty. Great Britain assuredly would not commit any overt not of violence in case her «e*lei« were arrested, without \rurniu£ tliia Government of her intentions. 'Warning that Great Britain would by force dispute the sovereignty of Behring Sea had never ! been communicated to the United Staitos, ? and this alone showed the improbability of ? the story. It might be that the thifi1 vessels | named were ...

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Burgglary on the Increase in Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 3 July 1889

Burgglary ou the Increase in Syiincj. A daring burglary took place »t an early hour on Saturday morning, in l)jc-:)a-i-iior-;-rn;i-). tli' house being Xo. 180, nenr the foot nf--miie;--strcL-t. This is the second time this dwelling lias received the attention of burglars during the Inst two mouths. The front ami back doors were opaneil. luit owing to one of the inmates being awake nt the time of tlm viRlf. tlm ilwivns u'm-n ?,, nil*!,* t,, „... ? nir ? .1. booty. Entering a room where the KuHtlema.n in question was at rest. One of tlie burglars (who had left his companion lielow), o)«en'ing that lie was being watched, grsisped a box of in itches which caught Iiis eye and carried it olf with him. He evidently took this precaution to cause confusion when the box was desired on thi part of tlie in mates to light the gas iuuI s»e the extent nf the de peddations. The house is within a, few hundred yards of the spot where Co'istalile .Slater «ms shot. Previously to taking his lenvK the bu...

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A Paris Tragedy. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 3 July 1889

A Paris Tragedy. About a year ago a clerk in a Paris house of business married a remarkable beautiful girl, the daughter of a merchant who had been ruined bv speculation. The couple seem to have got on well enough at first, but about a month ago the husband was struck with his wife's altered manner. She absented bnrsRlf rfivwvtterilv from iinnip. n.iwl 1-pi. !?-». haviour became so strange that her husband decided to unravel the mystery. One day lie despatched a note to his office saying that he could not attend, as he was unwell, and, bidding his wife adieu till the evening, as usual, he betook himself to n cafe situated in tlie immediate neighbourhood of his abode. For several hours lie sat in Jiis liidiiig-ulace carefully noticing all the passers-by, but perceiving nothing. He was beginning to weary of the whole thing, when suddenly he saw his wife emerge from their home snid walk rapidly in the direction of a smart car riage which hud drawn up a short distance oft'. The husband ...

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