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A Remarkable Poisoner. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 6 July 1889

A Kciiiiirkaitlt' I*-»isoH**r. The tri.il nf P.-istiv iJ.-uis^icr. :i I'liuniist s fissiKtitiit, -it' Hiivtv. wlin is accused nf liiivin-! jioisom;i) fomtci.'ii JH-I-.4H1S, lii'^iin on tin- 'lird ult. sit Jtmiseii, Tlie tlii-nrv ut' the indsccu t ion is tliat |i.'uis.-.ii-r'.s nlijci-i was tn ruin lln- vliaiactiM- nf his employer's liusinoss. so tl'.it lie ini^lit l-c ;ib)e to buy it for a siii.il! sum. Tin1 story rvvciili'd liy tli- iii-li(-tiinni( is ;i ie iiiark.ibinniii-. Tlie iMistniriursnf M Di.'i'iiinp, Pastro HinN-i.'i-V .?n.;.!..y«M-. fell ill witlmut .?my .?ijip.iivni i-aiisr, as it .-itt.-ifki't] by .-in *j»i demic. They all ^«t liuttcr when they left Havre, .-111(1 fell ill .i^ain as soon as tliey ie lurin'ii. im nrst victim was aiuoiiiue ire cainp, thp rlieniisi 's w ife. wjio sudfleiily full ill uml di«il in gnsit jiiiin tivo ilnys after. Two ;i]-|iriin(il.t-s, JI. T-oc.mi|-s' innthcr, anil six of liis tiistoiiK'is wi-rt; i»'X( sitiiicktMl, »»-! iiiiiilly A. Dciaiiijil...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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Select Poetry. FRAILTY'S SHIELD. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 6 July 1889

Select Poetry. ? -4- ? - jiuii/jv- s«inai-. l.oiik wliiit arms Ihu funuulcys wicM - Vrnilly'K tilings have fi-!iilly'« sliii-lil I (Vklu-lnul .mtii.l^ tlii; fidlo That Iims sliur.1 ilif: fi-ij_':it ..-'.-- sail: ( 'ill-lew .'kiuis. tin- ln'caUei's i-nvt ; Swings the minli; in its lnvt ; Mower ii single .-inninul Ijrcil Uglnly lift* its jiininy liwl When U jm^t tlur .-:tonn wImiku stroke I-nii) the )»i'ii; ?-{ uMitiirivi! -«iU ; U'liijiw with lire tlm .soil Mil? butheil 1 lit wiiiu; Ll\.*l'U Si]» 5ilj;K niis\;;ii»mi. Frciilcrt tilings have frailty '?? sliiclil ; Hcruii (ly in umber swilcl : 'I hero 11 limiblc, t.iss.'.! iisi.li Ulttlui1 iiucicilt l:iv»-iiile, Meuts tlic iiiiiVnigilulvei-'Hgiiv.i1. Tiinu (he king's mcni»ri;i] lnys. Tiim-hiiig it wiili Kiiiirtivc stiill1, J!ut fijiami Kriitions i|iitii|i!i. I'l-iiiU-st tliiiijjs Imvi1 frniltyV shi.:M, tiiMi'ilnl by a charm ciiiKralcii ; Su t!io (jmint niul l-.ivi'iiiiijj wilil Sofli-ns t.iwnpls the WMiiling cliil.1. Ami :il-.ii;; tin- ...

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OUR TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, FRIDAY, 11.45 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 6 July 1889

OUR TELEGRAMS. (IRIIM OCR OWN CoUREsrONUKXr). Pkiday, 11.45 p.m. .At the stuck .sales yesterday 760 cattle were yarded und prices advanced. Dest bul locks brought £?!- Is, otliers from £,Ti 3s. 12,000 sheep were penned and price's were a shilling higher, best merinos fetehiiig 17s Cd nnd others from 7n lid. In tlie Assembly last night, in replying to a question, tlie Minister for Works said tJiat the railway proposstls would he ]-luccd before the Assembly next week. He would pro uably Kjiwiif? h (lisiipjiomtiiteut ujiqh kuido ineiiibnrs nnd a .surprise ujiou others. Tlie Miiiistoi' for Alines said iio would }iro bably jiitroduco si now Mining Bill before tlie close of tlie tiession. The 33rd clause of the Land Bill agniu occupied a coiifcider.-ible tinip, tlie ininiinuin area for iiomcsten'd lenses finally being lixed at 2,500 acres. The clauses eventually passed, and clauses 35, 30, 3', 3(5, 39, 40, und 41 were passed without material amendment. On clause 42 tin Amctuluient was car...

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Mr. John Davies' Case. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 6 July 1889

Mr. John Davics' 1'ase. The case against .John Davies for alleged misap propriation of fiovuniinciit money wus concluded iu the Water Police Court on Wednesday. The following arc Mr, Fisher's the presiding magistrate's remarks when disehavgiug the accused : — ' Of course the defendant was chairman of the Casual Labor Board, and I see from the evidence that during the period he held office llicro was a sum of about £250,000 passed through his hands. With this i Imve nothing to -)o. The defendant had notl'ingtii do with dealing with this uuiiicy at all, nvwnt wit.li llm lrl»nw!ftil-*p. «f others, but t.hft I'eill charge against him is that of fraudulently uppio priatiug and embezzling certain cheques which were paiil to him for the proceeds of firewood at National Park. Six of these cheques were made out to the Chairmau of the Casual Labor Board, and went into the Australian .Joint Stock ISank ; four others were made out toHinchclifle, Iturrowes, and others, and one of these went into...

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CABLE MESSAGES. LONDON, JULY 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 6 July 1889

CABLE MESSAGES. {From the Svdnev Pullers. I L0KD0X,Jw.v2, The Lord Mayor of London (Alderman Whitc heiul) yesterday held a i-eception at the Mansion, House in .honor of the visit of 500 ?leita'itai vcpre seuting various Suudayscliooloi jjauisaiw.! s through' out the world. .Subsequently tlio delegate met in convention at the Mansion House, and passsi) a re solution by which it was decided to establish a fund fin- the relief of poor patients who. desired to visit M- Pasteur, in order t» be cured of hypmphobiu. Messrs. Henry Searle and N«i_l Mattei-son, the Australian scullei*, were entertained nt ti banquet yesterday by a number of gentlemen interested in spurting. iSuurlc, in responding to the toast of lllb lieHlLll* UI1O Jlw ^-u»m* *i»vtiwi nmi.u-,ii)iiwH Hgiiinst O'Connor or drop liuuk exhausted in his boat. Hu intends tu start tmluliig oa Wed jiesilay next. The Slnth of I'eisia, who is nit a. tour through Europe arrived in London yesterday. At West minister immense crowds assembl...

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Original Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 6 July 1889

Original Corresponden ce. [It must be distinctly understood that we do not bold ourselves responsible for the opiuious ex pressed by our correspondents.]

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LONDON. THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 6 July 1889

LONDON. TnrHKiuv. The .Sluili of Persia has \ isited the -iiuild Hnii. The speetfii-Je 'was of n brilliant ciiaraoter. Tiie Jlaviruis of Salisbury -leli\c- rcd a Kpeeuh in wiiiuh he said thtit England watched with sympathy the policy of Persia and her development of trade and commerce, also the freeing of her subjects. He expres sed a hope that alliances being funned with other nations would enable Persia to pursue a peacetul policy. A terrible explosion of tire-damp 1i:ls oc curred in a colliery at St. Etienne, in the south east of France. -00 miners have peri shed. L.vrEfi. The cost in the Chetwynd-Durham turf libel case amount to £6000 each. Searle's style of rowing is much admired. At the examination of Michal Davitt before the Commission, gome sensational evidence was given. He deposed that the widow of Walsh allowed her .son to be executed for the murder of Constable Kavunagh r;ither than disclose her knowledge of the murder and the perpetrators of the crime. He strongly con {...

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The New Gold Discovery on the Clyde River. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE DISPATCH.) [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 6 July 1889

The jVcw Gold Discovery ou tlie Clyde Kiver. (TO THK EMTOU Of TJIF. UISI'ATCH.) iSin, — It has been reported that a gold bearing (juartz reef has been discovered of late about lif teen wiles from this locality, that the reef is sitiiiiteil about five miles from the navigable part of ths Clyde River and close to a creek. Inhabitants of Jwilig.ui Jiav«! iion- visited the said reef, have ascertained the veracity of the report, anil brought home from it specimens of quartz with imbedded gold, galena (lead), iron, au-.l iron pyrites. The reef at present being worked by n few men, is said to be near the surface, two feet wide, dipping at an angle of .SO degrees in a straight line, and its open ing at the surface is at present only about eight feet. Considering the mountain ranges around Nelliuen and its river from a ceuloiiieal nuint of view, they are principally formed of altered siatcs of the Ujiper. Silurian formation, wliicli in t'nis colony is the principal formation iu which rich de...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 6 July 1889

WANTKJ), a goodUKNKHAL SERVANT (uo Wnshing). Apply -liw. OSLKAK, Wilsun ttrect. AN ELDKRLY MAN wauts a SITUATION iii Town or Country, tJeueruHy useful. Ap ply at the Olfice of this paper. Wanted. WANTKB MAN with liulluck Team to do about h mile LOU FENCIXU. Part iciilur* on application to J. MALONK. iiriiidvrood. Notice. I hereby give notice tlmt I will nut be rcsponcililc lor any DEBTS contracted in connection with tlie ORIENTAL CLAIM, Ataiuen, from tiic 1st. JULY tun t. R. HIGUIXS. Araluen, July 4th, 1S89. Literary Institute. XTOTICK is hereby given tiiat the SCALK OF 1- CHARGES for Entertainment. Dances, &c. &v. at the lustitute has ten COXSIDKIIAJSLY REUVCEI). The twins -m which the Hull can Ik; obtained will be supplied on iippUeatiou to the Librarian ut the Institute, J. \V. HVSK, Hon. Sec. UruiuVouotl, July 3rd 188(1. Notice. I HEREBY authorise Mr. J. K. THORMAN to receive all ACCOUNTS due to me, mul his re ceipt, shall bu a sufficient discharge of the same. H...

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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 6 July 1889

GENERAL NEWS. ? ..y , . ? Hollowuy'is Pills. — With darkening 'lays find changing temperatures and digestion liecouitsa im paired, and liver disordered, and the mind despon dent unless the cuuBeoit'iJ irregularity be expelled from the blood aud body by gudi an alterative as thosu 1'ills. They directly attack tlie source of the evil, thrust out. all impurities from the circulation restore the distempered organs to their natural state auil correct all defective or contaminated secretions. Such an cosy means of instituting health, strength, and cheerfulness should hu ap plied by all whose nhnuuulis arc weak, whoso minds sire mueli hiivtisawl, ov wuoso drums arc Qverwurk&l. HoIIuwuy's is essentially u blood tempering medi cine, whereby its influence reaches the remotest fibre of the iraine and ell'euU a universal goud.— Adv. A syndicate has been funned for the purpose of equipping a piu'ty t;i recover the gold from u. suukvu wreck now lying on thu New Zealand coast, and supposed...

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Weekly Calendar. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 6 July 1889

Weekly Calendar. aayoftheWcolJ %*£ H^^ A*T Wkdxp.spay ? July 3 7 7 5 1 8 Tmwrspav ? „. „ 4 i 7 7 ' .'i 1 0 Fkidjiv ? , S 1 7 7 fl 2 JO Saturday ? „ 0 i 7 7 a '2 M Sunday ? „ 7 7 7'. 3 12 Mospav ? ,, H 7 « : « 2 ! W 1'ecMMV ? „ !» | 7 « '» * I4 moon's rifAsi;. Moon's First Quarter, July -5, at 4.4 p.m. The Braidwood Dispatch. Sircntu1 ct Vrotperf. SATURDAY, JULY «, 18S9.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 6 July 1889

and Elegant designs BRUSSELS CARPETS, Wilton Pile Carpets, Indian Carpets, Turkey Carpets, Kensington Squares, and Tapestry Carpets. We invite attention to those about to fur nish or renew their carpets to our unrivalled stock of these goods. The stylet are new, rich, elegant, and distinctive, and suitable for 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. Bugs, Floorcloths, Linoleums and Malting* in great variety. Patterns, with prices and full particulars, j sent 'post free on application. We have a large stock of Art, Cabinet *nd Upholstery furniture always on hand, and we can make to any design if required. David Jones and Company, CARPET, FLOORCIiOTH AND ART Furniture Warehouse. Opposite the General Post Office, GKORGK STREET, SYDNEY. GRATEFUL-COMFORTING. EPPSSl[OCOA. 1$ R K A K F A S T. ?? |)Y a thorough knowledge of the natural laws I.') w...

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Parliamentary. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 6 July 1889

I I l'nrliauientary. On i lie six (jHcstious on the business paper of the Legislative Assembly on Tuesday, four were post poned in consequence of the absence of the Premier at Dourkc. The other two were answereil, the first by Mr. .Sydney Smith. Mr. tioodchap entered the House, introduced by Mr. Dibbs and Mr. Howe. He took tlie oath of allegiance, subscribed the roll, und took a seat on the Opposition benches. The (ii-at order of the day dealt with was the second reading of the Mount. Keirii Tramway Ac quisition Kill, which wus niovud by Mr. McMillan.. The bill was taken through committee. Tim ARsemMv w^iil, iiilj»^!i-mmit.tf*n *-f i.hn Wlinlt1 for the further consideration of the Crown Lands Hill at half-past .I o'clock. The first clause dealt with iva* the .'{2nd, which provides that upon the expu-atiou of auy pastoral lease in the Ivustcru Division the lauds therein comprised Mial! become resumed areas ; but the leaseholder shall have the pnsfercut right to an occupation license ...

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 6 July 1889

LOCAL NEWS. BtUIUVVOOU PitOCUF.SS CoMMlTTKE. — A JHllllic meeting was hcltl j» the Literary Institute on Tues day evening last, in accordance with tlic advertise- I incut llitit appeared in last Saturday's Diijiatrh, I and a nuinbcr of townspeople assembled to atsist in { the laudable object of forming a Progress Coimnitcc, to forwa.nl luul jmsli ulica.il all matters vrliiclt aftect the town ami district. The attendance was not us large ns migbt have been expected nt a meeting of the kind, seeing that it vitally affects the interests of tlie people thcinsclvr» ; but judging from the amount of work that was given to the chairman in i tlm flhn.be of motion unnn motion ,ind Hmnnibnellt upon amendment we can safely say that wliat was i wanting in numbers was certainly made up for by j the warmth and enthusiasm with which the , different speakers treated the subject. J. Wallace, i Ksq. , J. P. , occupied the Cliair. The first resolution I wos proposed by Mr. fi. .Siiiiiel 'tliat formatio...

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The Caves at the Look-over. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 6 July 1889

The Caves at the Look-over. Some interest having recently been awakened in regard to the caves erroneously said to be newly discovered, it may not be out of place to mention that about sixty years ago the late Mr. Henry Badgery of Sutton Forest, with a party of friends and a guide, explored the locality. They described the entrance to the caves as a narrow passage, hardly more than sufficient to admit one person at a time. After entering, the passage opened out into a grotto. The party took with them torches, ropes, and twine, the latter being fastened at the entrance and unwound as the party proceeded, so as to afford a clue for the return passage. In several places they had to lower themselves down with ropes. At some distance from the entrance they discovered a stream of water perfectly pure and clear as crystal. They passed through several caves, containing many beautiful stalactites and stalagmites, the effect of which by torchlight was very beautiful. After going a considerabl...

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A Remarkable Career. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 10 July 1889

4 ttomnrkalilc Career. A BESA.BKAM.E career of criuie comes to us from Itfow Caledonia. Captftin Debiuguy (says Le Colon o£ June 19) does not belong to the French army, but he is the redoubt able chief of a band of scouudrels; and another youth, nnnieil Hugonneau, with feir and effeminate features, made part of this band of six young criminals. Hugomicau ? was lieutenant of the bund. Albert De buigny is not raoi*e than 1G years old, but has already committed more thnn 30 rob beries, and only a few months ago came out of the house of correction. Very autocratic, lie exercised a real depotism over his accom plices. Tho mother of one of these went to him one day to reclaim her son. Debuigny listened to her quietly, and then, pointing his revolver at her, said, ' Madame, let me see no more of you, or this will do for you.' On Saturday last the Deduigny band plun dered the shops of n choeolatemaker in the Rue tie Palilioa, and of a gunsmith in the Passage of de la Maro. From the establis...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 10 July 1889

O'HEIHAXTDMUITDY, UNDERKTAKERS, WaUaee-Strect Bnildwootl. OHKIR snd MUNDY lining complcU.1 their new ami IwndBomc HEARSE, are now pre ;i:uc.i to conduct Funerals on the most tbcrnl terms. £50 REWARD £50 FSAgD & DECEIT. In order to protect the people from being; defrauded and cheated, the American Hop Bitters Company offers the above Reward for the arrest »nd conviction of «tny person or persons refilling the American Hop Bitters Company's bottles, and for selling *ny vile nostrum or compound as the genuine and original Dr. Soule's Ameri can Hop Bitters, or for counterfeiting the Company's Label-* Bunch of Green Hops on a White Ubel, with Black Letters. DR. SOUSE'S AMERICAN HOP * BITTERS -A MEDICINE, NOT A ORINK). consul hops, nvenv. maiwbakb, DANDELION. THEY CXJIfB All DlMMM of the Stomach. EowtU, Blood, Unr, Kidnm »nd Urintry Organs. Nervoiiittaw. Slwpleu. new' FeiSe CompiiinU *nd Brattkettuera. THOUSANDS UPON THOUSANDS!!! cum by Dr. Soulrt American Hop BItt«r». HO OTHER GE...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 10 July 1889

Rifle Company. XTOMINATIONS for FIRST PERIOD OF 1- TROPHY SHOOTING must be made to Secretary not later ttimi the 12th instant. L. KINGSM1LL, Secretory Reserve Corps. Notice. PERSONS SHOOTING in my raddocks will be PROSECUTED. ROBT. 3. C. MAUDRELL. To Let, FURNISHED or unfurnished, for 6 niontlw, WESTERIA COTTAGE, now occupied by Mns. POWELL. HJ. WATT'S CARBOLIC ACID JUJUBES . are offered as a specific for SORE THROAT, and as » moat remarkable and efficacious remedy for HOARSENESS, TICKLING in the THROAT, UIPTHERIA, CROUP, CONTAGION. ^ Price, Is box and 2s Cd bottles. Prepared oulyljy A. J. WATT, SON, AND CO., Chemists and Druggists, Georgc-st., Sydney. Impoundings. BRAimVOOD. -Impounded at Braulwooa on 6th day of July, from enclosed land, parish of Percy, by order of Mr. James O'Brien, I White and Red Spotted Bull, slit in off ear, top offoffhorn, indistinct brand, like Cl sideways or GI cideways off rump. If not released will be sold at this Pound ou the 25th day of July. \V. SHARP...

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CABLE MESSAGES. LONDON, JULY 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 10 July 1889

CABLE MESSAQE3. (From the Sydney Papers, ) LONDON. Jew 4. The marriage betwean Priuee Albert Victoria and hia first cousin, the Pclnueas at Victoria, will take plftoe on the 27th luataut, »ud it Sa prouaMe (hat the marriage between the Princess Louise and the Karl of Fife will be fixed for about tbe sama date. The grants naked for by her Majesty have been agreed to by the House of Commons. Sir Hercules Rnbiiuou, late Governor of the Cape Is announced us the tikulatone Liberal aundldate (or Dover, iu the roota of the Into Major Dloksou. Vigorous efforts aVe te be m*de for the relief of the 800 miners who have been entombed in a colliery at St. Ktienne, in Frauoe, by tho effects of an ex plosion of fire dump. Only tlie faintest hope enter tained of any men being rescued alive. M. Curnut President of the Republic, lias imtttgurcitud n fund for tho relief of the families of tlia vie . thus. Searle h Buffering from a slight cold, the result. of an involuntary immersion in the Thames. His...

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LONDON. MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 10 July 1889

LONDON. Monday. A body of troops stopped the prize light between Sullivjni and Kilrain, It is r« ported that the combatants huve proceeded to LouissiniiL. An olliuial inquiry into the origin of tbe terrible disaster at Johnstown. The jury found that the catastrophe wius due to the bursting of a reservoir above Johnstown anil that the owners of the dam were guilty of culpable negligence. In consequence of the huge increase in the number of Dervishes in the vicinity of Assouan, the Irish Rifles has been ordered to proceed from Cairo to reinforce the Egptain troops. The Pope recommends C-mliniil Lavigierie at- his eventual successor iu the Pontificate. Messrs. P. P. Gill and J. R. Cos have been arrested in London for having delivered upoeches in Ireland inciting tenants to with hold payment of rent. It its stated that twenty Chicage police men belong to Camp No. 20 of the Clan.na Gael which decreed the removial of Dr. Cron in. Later. Several Portugese warships have been ordered to Dela...

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