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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 22 September 1888

JJ JR. foSTMaMa i& 0 -J AMERICAN DISPENSARY, a 46 MARGARET STREET, Q (Between George and York-Btceets,) ti P.O. BOX 920. ^ TvRSPEER is a regular Graduated Physician, XJ educated at Harvard College, U.S. (for con- _ Srmation sea New Zealand Gazette, January 2lst, ?. 1886 ; also N.S. Wales Gazette, April IJtU J888). The doctor has devoted 14 years to.tbe ' etudy of „ CHRONIC, NERVOUS, AND SPECIAL DIS- B EASES. . Four of these were in the leading hospi- _ tals of the United States, which enables him to * treat all private troubles with excellent results. Ail applying to him will receive his honest opinion of their complaints. No experimenting ; uo ( Mercury used. He will guarantee a positive cure in every case he undertakes, or forfeit £200. _ His reason for doing bo is this — where there is no organic disease, and nothing but an inorganic trouble, or, in other words a conglomeration of symptoms-producing a certain result, there is no reason why it cannot be removed with the pr...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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Braidwood Land Court. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 22 September 1888

Braidwood laud Court The following owes come before the Lwd Court to be held in Braidwood on Friday next the 28th ^JffcriMJck Archer, SI acres, C.P., parish of Fairy MMl5^»eJ Gallagher, 40 acres, C.P., parish of Ejsi^3r. Grant, 70 acres, C. P., parish of ^Sfbreenwood, 70 acres, 50 acres and 65 acres, C.P's, parish of Bendora. . t , «« i ' Jwaes O'Brien, 43} acres, C. P., parish of Ollal .. ^'c! H. Roberts, 160 acres, C. P.. parish of Wog ^Jwnes Watt junr., 100 acres, C.P., parish of ^Kii'B^Uiiigthwaighte, 100 acres, C.P., parbh B Michael Kain, 4o acres, C.P., parish of Kraw 'james Harrison, application for extension of time tofenoe. ? ^^

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 22 September 1888

LOGAL NEWS, IVm ReattTRAMON.— -The 3Otb instant is the date «xecutionby the police. ItfpIIt members. ^_ . . ,. ? £SsRSSSSS at Little River. I Spkiko Bam.— This event came off in the hall of thflSeWbBtitnteonThuraaay^cnmB last ????.H-SfeSrsrtSTW1 ,b_*_Aj _^*i, f»™«. which eroduced a very X b to be complimented upon the w«wb which be has broagl* ou his pupils. At about 12 oUockanadjouSment was mode for supper, which was laid out on the stage, and which was] Sorided by Mr. R. Bruce in hw usual well-known , ?bfelteUg was resumed after the inner man S been amply attended *° and **? ke^ 'P Wt '3tar^a&B«Mll hours of tbo monng. every bo£? going away satisfied with the night's amuse S wWcl speaks well for the manner in which the bail had been carried out. ThbMakab SwJiciNoCoMPAKY.-;liie Burning ; over the Limekiln Creek for this Co*™ has been »ompleted. Messrs. Hudson Brothers had &St for it. It is 850 feet lone and would b^'ewquired an elevation of 65 feet by the ordin ary w...

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SIGNED AND SEALED. CHAPTER I. (continued.) [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 26 September 1888

SIGNED AND SEALED. CHAPTER I. (continued.) Now — now ! There, it is close ! A sud den lunge. Missed ) , No ; the gardener's fingers liave gripped tlie arm flung around .the wood j a moment after lie is pulling its owner on to the bank. He was a tall, handsome, dark young man, in tourist suit. As they laid him on tin: grass Mildred felt her tliroat swell hystericnlly. How pale, how still he was ! Hud their help come too late ? ' Grayson Gmyson ! should not a doctor ' besought?' she ejaculated, kneeling on tbe gross. ' Wlut't siiall we do ? We must not let him die. 'I reckon he'll not die, Miss Mildred,' ; eaid die old gardener; 'a bit stunned p'r'aps. We'd best be looking after the other poor chap, and attend to tliis one later.' ' I liad forgotten tlie other,' rejoined Mil dred, starting up. ' Let us go.' ' No, no.' remarked Helen. ' See, Gmy 80D, to this one. He requires instant, attcn iou. You and Martha had better bear him into die lodge. We need not trouble about his friend. He ...

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SPRING. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 26 September 1888

sritiNt:. v The sprinjr is licre i' the primrose nays ; The birds exult — ' Tho spring is hei c !' ; ? A veil -of buds, desired aud dear, Is .thrown acrosB the lengthening days. The furrowed field that Mas so brown Ik faintly gicy with wee gtecu «pc,irs Which shall lie fruitful wheatcu ears, Tho golden Autum's golden crowii. The sticky cbesnut buds unfold, , , Tlie almond blossoni pinkly gleams ; »' ''-?. '* Stheireshness of pur childhood's dreams. Is on the moor, the wood, the wold. ? The fat, blithe blackbirds on the lawn ,. . . Rejoice to sec the gross grown green ; :. ; . And sterlings, where the thatched roofs lean, ?..-.-. - Chatter pi grey aud windy dawn. All ! Spring is here— but with the spring Come bitter wind,-and cold, cold nhowers ; W4^ -those, not slay the wakening flowers And stay the buds irom blossoming Y . :.-~ Np-4ii despite of wind and jrain «??*?' 1'hb year will odd to- fjowci-snpw flowers, Till Summer comes with burning hours, Aud all the roses live again. And ...

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The Origin of the Game of Chess. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 26 September 1888

Tlie Origin of the 4»um-* of Chess. Many centuries sigo there happened to bo a powerful inince whoso kingdom lay along tho shore of the Ganges, and who took to himself the proud title of King of the Indies. He began to reign while very young, aud before he had learned that a king should be the father of his people and that the most sure and solid support of a throne is the love and loyality of the subjects. So when the Brahmins and Rajahs (the priests and nobles) reminded him of this, he not only despised their counsels, but caused some of them to be put to death for venturing to give him advice unasked. Left to the un s;ifo company of his flatterers, thus king fell into every kind of excess, until his oppres sed subjects resolved to : f roe themselves. Then it was that an Indian philosopher named Sissa, the son of Dahor, undertook to open the eyes of the Prince to the fatal effects of his folly. With this intention he invented the game of chess, ?where the king, the most important ...

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Peculiar Proceedings. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 26 September 1888

Peculiar Proceedings. A telegram on Friday from Broken Hill to the Star, says ;— Another strange chapter has lieen added to the water supply question. Carried away by the enthusiasm of those who attended at the indignation meeting last Wcduesday night, some leading citizens yesterday resolved to turn success into perhaps defeat by indulging iu a farce aud ex travagance which it is to be hoped will never occur again. Yestcruay's morning papers announced by an unsigned advertisement that Abigail's effigy would he hanged and burnt at 4 p.m. on the reserve at the post-office, and that Parkes was beneath notice. A gallows was erected over night, and its grim aspect was sufficient indication that some person meant to carry out the threats contained iu the advertise ment, and early in the afternoon a hearse just re turned from a funeral drove up in front of the Graud Hotel, where it remained for some time. The hearse theu drove away to bring the effigy. Iu Jo minutes it was seen turning th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 26 September 1888

Wanted, AN U R S B, Apply to Mas. OSLEAR, Wilson-street, Braidwood. To the Electors of Braidwood. MR.^YR!E WILL ADDRESS HIS CONSTITUENTS at at the times and places hcreuuder men tioned : — BRAIDWOOD, at the Literary Institute, on THURSDAY EVENING, lith October. MAJOR'S CREEK, FRIDAY EVENING, 12th October, at Heazlett's. ARALUEN, at the Oddfellows' Hall, SATURDAY EVENING, 13th October. KRAWARREE, at the Post Office, on MONDAY 15th October, at 3 p.m. ' REIDSDALE, at Mr. Lyons's, on FRIDAY 16th October, at 7 p.m. LITTLE RIVER, at Mrs. Brice's, on WEDNES DAY, 17th, at 7 p.m. ? NERRIGA, at Gould's, on THURSDAY, 18th at 7 p.m. MANAR, at Hurrisons's, ou SATURDAY 20th at 7 p.m. ' ? W. A. KERSHAW, Hon. Sec. Notice. T 5J?HS t0 ^L0SE -IY BUTCHERING 1 BUSINESS on the 1st. NOVEMBER Next All outstanding debts will have to be paid or ar ranged for by that date. Sept.2,,l888.S-RICHABDS0N'ye»^' Notice. ?pOISON LAID in all my PADDOCKS. Anv A prosecuted! ™KS1-ASS^G *?— ?* ' ? W. C. FELL. To Let. A PAD...

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Gouging out the Eyes or Sheep. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 26 September 1888

Gouging out the Eyes or Sheep, Narrabri, Saturday. — There were two charges against the lad Maher, aged 7 years, beard yester day, before Dr. Lepervaueue and J. Williams, Js.P., for torturing sheep by gouging their eyes out. Tiie evidence given in one case should be taken as applying to both. The prosecutor was Mr, Huxley, of Cooma Station, Narrahri. It was proved that the skins of the sheep were so knocked about as to be utterly valueless. Some of them were wander ing about with their eyes knocked out, and subse quently died. Others were found dead with fresh blood ou them. A piece of stick oin loug was used to gouge out the eyes. A dead lamb and another large stick was produced, having blood and wool on it. This morning the Bench found the lad Mailer guilty ou both charges, and iu the first case he was hued £1, with costs of court and professional costs and witnesses', amounting to £4 3s 8d ; and in the second case of compensation he was ordered to pay £6, with £1 5s costs. Both f...

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LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 26 September 1888

LONDON. Considerable alarm has been occasioned in Russia at the report of the threatened influx of Chinese to Siberia. A woman has been murdered at Berkley, in the County Durham. The body was mutilated in a similar manner to those of the victims of the White chapel murders. The diary of the late Emperor Frederick HI. shows that as early as 1871 Napoleon IU, while prisoner after the capitulation of Sedan, urged Germany to moderate the conditions of the peace between France and Germany with a view to the France-German force uniting in a common war against England. Ti\e Confederation, sailing from New York to Australia with 58 persons, foundered in the Pacific After 40 days spent in boats, during which great hardships were undergone, 16 persons, Including two women, were landed on the island of Ogree. Eight were afterwards lost trying to intercept a ship. A general rising among the natives of Zanzibar against the Europeans is feared. Later. The publication of the Emperor Frederick's di...

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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 26 September 1888

GENERAL NEWS. ? v~ ? A message from Melbourne says : — At Colbig wood Court on Friday a woman named Mary Morris, was charged with attempting to commit suicide by jumping off the Victoria-street Bridge ou tho Uth instant. She stated that her husband struck her, and ou the impulse of the moment she attempted to throw herself over, (she was cau tioned and discharged, promising to abstain from drink. The husband of this woman, Samuel Morris, was seen ou Friday by a man struggling in a hole hi the Kororii Creek near Williamstown. The mau lushed off to the police station, aud on arrival at the hole, which is only four yards wide and teu feet deep, the police found the body float ing. He had been drinking lately. It is not known how he got into the creek. He was a good swimmer. ft During 1888 the subsidees paid for rabbit exter mination exceeded the rents received from squatters by more than £'25,000, so that the public exchequer for the last year lost instead of gained by its pas- j toral...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 26 September 1888

AND MINING! JOURNAL IS pufolislieil every Wednesday and Satitkdav, at the Oliice, Wallace-street, Braid wood. The terms of subscription to the Uratowood Dlsi'.VTen are 20s. per annum, or os. per (juarter, paid in advance, and Os. if booked. The quarters respectively terminate on tlie 31st March, 30th June, 30tli September, and 31st December iu each year, at which periods only discontinuance on pay ment of arrears will bu recoiled. Intending subscribers we, however, infonnud that their sub scription will only be charged from the period of commencement to the end of the quarter. TKKMS FOK A3)VKHTISIN0. The charges for advertising are as follows: — For two lines of space ? ... is. Od — four lines of space ? 2s. Od — eight lines, or one inch ... ... Ik. Od — every additional eight lines... ... Is. Od ' All orders for withdrawal of advertisements must be given on or before Monday aud Thursday at C p.m. Since the late fire the Proprietor has re-stocked with an ENTIRELY HEW PUNT & ...

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CABLE MESSAGES. LONDON, SEPT. 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 26 September 1888

CABLE MESSAGES. ? ^r ? (From the Sydney Papers.) Lon-don, Sept. 19. In consequence of the harvest in France having proved inadequate for all requirements, it was be lieved that the Government would suspend the import duty on cereals. M. Floquet lias, however, decided not to suspend the duty. Letter have been received from the Congo Free htate, predicting that Major liarttelot would be murdered by his p'lrty. He had beeu them, it is alleged, in the most overbearing manner, aud al though there was no necessity to apprehend short ness of supplies, he boil placed the native members of liis party ou starvation allowances, while he aud iiis officials were provided with victuals in a wantonly wasteful manner — in short, it is alleged that the great bulk of the party tvere forced to exist at times ou what it pleased Major Barttelot aud his officers to cast aside, together with what could be looted. At the time those letters were despatched the humbler members of the party had beeu so incens...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 26 September 1888

Men's Clothing Hub always been a leading line at the Free Trade Store men's tweed suits , At all prices from 15s TUG SUIT OOBIPLETti. BOYS' AND YOUTHS' CLOTHING Nice Shapes ami Moderate in Fried. BOYS' KNICKER SUITS, io endless variety. Men's Printed Moles The BEST VALUE procurable, being treble sew fully strapped mid mode of Extra Superior Quality Moleskin. Iu all the linos of Clothing THE BEST VALUE IN THE DISTRICT Is to be hod at O. B. PATTNE'S FREE TRADE STORES . In the Supremo Court of \ New South Wales. J- No. 530. Iu Bankruptcy. j RE PETER HUSH, OF CHARLEYONG. NOTICE ie hereby given that the SINGL MEETING of Creditors in the above matt* will be held at tb« Court-house, Bruidwood, befoi the District Rejnstrar in ]Jankniptcy, on the 19t day of OCTOBER, at 11 a.m., or as soon after i the course of business will permit. To entitle a creditor to Vote thereat his pro- must be lodged with tlie Registrar in Bankruptcy Chancery Square, Sydney, not later than the ]2r. day of OCTOBER, 1...

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OUR TELEGRAMS. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) SYDNEY SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 26 September 1888

OUR TELEGRAMS. (rsoM ora own cobbespoxdknt.) SIDNEY Satuedav. The A.J.C. Meeting commenced to-day and re sulted as follows : — IICKIJI.K RACE. Drilldool ? ? 1 Sir Lauucelot ? 2 Last King ? 3 TEIAL STAKES. Ensign ? 1 Savant ? 2 Wycombe ? 3 DEU1SY. Melos ? 1 Volley ? 2 Lauioud ? 3 KfSOM IIASMCAl'. Stoekwell ? 1 **iynduurst ? 2 PJiaou ? 3 Sl'BrXO STAKJ3S, Australian Peer ... ... ... ] Abercorn ? 2 Bonnie Spec ? 3 WELTER HANDICAP. Lyndhurst ? 1 Theotist ? 2 Stockwell ? 2 Tuesday, shouts. Tilbourn ... .., .. 1 Dilisk ... ... ,,. 2 OB AN I- 8TAS1) ri-ATli. Sloth ... ,.. ... i Butterfly ... ... ... 2 Albion ... ... .„ 3 MAIDEN STAKI3S. Wycombe ... .', , .,; 1 Bluenoso ? . . , 2 Thetis ... ... ... 3 MISTllOl'OMTAK STAKES. Lamond ? ,. ... j Arsenal ? ... 2 Abercorn ? % 3 TJ1E OAKS. Pcarlshell ... ... .... 1 Volley ... ... ... 2 Bonnie-Spec ... ... ... 3 SQUATTliJl'H HANDICAP. -1 I Lyndhurst ... ... ... 1 I Theorist ... ... ... 2 ? Lady Marion ... ... - ... 3 ? Tuesday, 12 (noon), , m At the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 26 September 1888

?TIP QPIFIFP'Ci AMERICAN DISPENSARY, 46 MARGARET STREET, j {Between George and York -streets,} | P.O. BOX 920. DRSPEER is a regular 'Graduated Physician, .educated at Harvard College, U.S. (for con firmation sec New Zealand Gazette, January 2lBt, 188G ; also N.S. Wales Ua2ette, April 17th ]888). Tlie doctor lins devoted 14 years to the study of CHRONIC, NERVOUS, AND SPECIAL DIS EASES. ' Pour of these were hi the leading hospi tals of tlie United States, which enables him to treat all private troubles with excellent results. '. All applying to him will receive his honest opinion of their complaints.. No experimenting; -no Mei-curyuaed. He will guarauteo a positive cure in every case he undertakes, or forfeit £200. His reason for doing so ia this— where there is no organic disease, and nothing but an inorganic trouble, or,' in other words a conglomeration of symptoms producing a certain result, there is no reason why it cannot be removed with the proper ' remedies, therefore ho guaran...

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The Newcastle Strike [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 26 September 1888

The Newcastle Strike The dispute has now been on for a mouth, but no ** strike pay' has yet been distributed to the men, who arc naturally much dissatisfied. Trade in Newcastle has suffered severely. It is estimated that £30,000 or £35,000 per fortnight has been withdrawn from circulation. V The miners have issued a notice that they are williiio- to resume work at anv of the collieries in the Northern district subject to the conditions contained in their late agreement with the associa ted proprietors. They have also resolved that all union men who go to work must contribute half their earnings to the strike iund. The two magistrates at Newcastle who granted bail to the miners charged with riotous conduct at Adainstown have received a letter from the Colon ial Secretary's Office, pointing out their responsibi lity, and informing them that it is the duty of a justice of the peace to conserve the interests of the peace and to support all authority in the mainten ance of law. The Chief...

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 26 September 1888

LOOAL NEWS. '. ?'. ResEEVE Rifle Companies.— The formation lias been authorised of reserve rifle companies at Braid wbod and Gundagai to be affiliated to the first regi ment of volunteer infantry. . ' Edwoatiosai*— Mr. A. Lake, teacher of the Public School at Six Mile Flat, has been transferred to Arabel, near Cooma. Mr. Lake's departure is Ecuerallv regretted bv the neoule at Six Mile Flat, where lie was highly esteemed. He was most painstaking with tile children under his charge and brought them on well. He was a great addition, socially, also, to the community of Braid wood, where he took part in all matters of interest and was one of the most active members of the Mutual Improvement Society. Oub Mkmber.— Mr. Ryrie purposes making a tour of bis electorate prior to the reassembling of Parliament on the 23rd proximo. An advertise ment will be seen in anothor column setting forth the dates upon which he will visit the different Thb Rainfall.— The rain, which kept hovering about duri...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 26 September 1888

BIRTH.       On the 23rd instant, at her     residence, Braidwood, Mrs.           M. F. O'CONNELL, of a dau- ghter. Both doing well. BRAIDWOOD DISPATCH.   Wed., September 26, 1888.

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A Sensational Story. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 29 September 1888

A Sensational Story. The Flying Scotclinian, from King's Cross, arrived at Edinburgh one minute before time, having performed the journey from London in seven hours 44 minutes. The ti-aiu kept two minutes before time until Newcastle was reached, but no special eflbrts were made to make up time. The North-western express drew up at the Caledonian Station from Euston four minutes before time, having completed the journey in seven houi-s 3C minutes.' A correspondent of the Timcs oigiujig iiuuaciL ii. X1. Q.j W11U IS U1IX1OUS that some account should be taken of the increased wear and tear, mental and bodily, of the driver and stoker ou these special trains, is responsible for what follows : — ' A friend of one of the drivers told me that lie saw a marked efi'ect on his apparent health. The driver told liiiu his anxiety was greatly increased. On one occasion his stoker, who liad gone along the engine to oil a valve, be came paralysed with fear, so that he could not move forwards or back...

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