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OUR TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY. FRIDAY 11.30 P.M [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 13 July 1889

OUR TELEGRAMS. (FROM OUR OWN COBBESl'ONDENT). SYDNEY. Friday 11.30 i.m At the Homebush stock sales yesterday 1000 cattle were yarded xad the market was slightly weaker, the nighest average for bullocks beiug £9 Ms. and others from £5 4s 6d. 22,000 sheep were penned and prices were down a shilling a head. Best merinos averaecd 16s 'M. and others from ?s 6b. lite diBCMsion on Mr. Brunker's ameuded forty-third clause of the Laud Bill was resumed at 5 o'clock yesterday and continued till 1 o'clock this morning without any decision being arrrived at, considerable diversity of opinion existing amongst numerous speaker ou the question, compensation for improvements, but the general opinion is that the amended clause will be eventually carried with a few modifications. Rescue operations at the tilebaColliery will pro bably be resumed to-day. Steady rain continued throughout the night. The (lOvcrnment Astronomer predicts a further full ou the bigb lands aud in the. coast districts. A reporte...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 13 July 1889

GENERAL NEWS. ? 4, ? Mr. O'iSiilKvaii waited en the the Works Depart ment on Tuesday to urge repairs to Captain's Flat Uoad, and have the same declared a first-class ro.ui, Mr- Hundouk has been ordered to repair the road Immediately, qu-l the other requests have beeu favourably entertained. Application has been made to the Railway Commissioners to carry coke ami bullion at lower rates. The application has been promised consideration. The employes Jit the various collieries in the \Vqllongong district are making collections iu aid of tlie '6u(jFerer,$ from the late colliery disaster at Newcastle. Iu commercial circles the half-yearly settlement has passed off with less outward signs of embarrass ment than had been feared, and prospects generally are hopeful. Tbe we^t general qleotlou, aoooriling to Sir Henry Parkes, unless nil tlie signs of flic tinjes are blanks will see freeti'ade stronger than it is at the present moment. Mr. WotldeU has glvwt notioe of auwndroeut iu clause 43 of ...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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(TO THE EDITOR OF THE DISPATCH.) [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 13 July 1889

(TO TIIK EMTUU Of Till: IllHlMTi-II.) SlE, — Allow me to point out what ] uonceive to be an. error which both you and our representative {so called on the i«*ru*a 11011 ttimulu principle) have fallen into with regard to settlement iu this colony. You both seem to take it for granted that any one who purchases un estate iu thu colony must do it from a sort of malevolent desire to retard ' settle ment.' Iu your leader you seem to think that a capiUtlist wliii is cugagcil in shuc]- fanning to any extent is blocking up the land. How, let us consider what the owner of a con siderable sheep-station really docs. We will sup pose him to produce annually wool and mutton to tbe vain o of say £2~-,WVX jfuw is this sum dis tributed? The capital to produce such a return must be nearly, if not quite, £100,000, so that £8000 -ir £9000 would go for interest. Rent of the vuu, supposing it to bii a squatta:^, would be some thing like i'iOOl) a year ; if freehold tbe interest on the purcli.ise money w...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 13 July 1889

\XT ANTED, a HOUSEMAID. Apply to W »lRS. It. J. C. MADDKELL, Mona Cottage. Funeral. mllE friends of the lato Mrs HANNAH BAR L RETT arc respectfully iuvited to atteml her FUNERAL, which will arrive .it the Ccmctary, Braiclwoml, at 3 o'clock TO-MORROW (Sunday) AFTERNOON. Braidwood Rink. TN FUTURE the KINK WILL BE OPEN at the usual hours on Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays only. It cau be engaged for PRIVATE PARTIES (Skating or Dancing) on TUESDAYS and FRI DAYS at very Reasonable Rates. On 'Wednesday, 17th July, Grat|d Sl^atiqg Contest! HALF-MILE, IN HEATS. Prize, a Pair Steel Wiuslow Vineyard Skates. Opes to All Comers. ENTRANCES (Is) received till -WEDNESDAY y A. FRASER, ^lounger. Notice 4 NY Cattle or Horses found TRESPASSING J\_ on my Purchased Property after this date will be IMPOUNDED. PATRICK McCANN. Araluen, July 10, 1S89. Notice. DR. CUMMINGS now resides at ' Holtenliaiu,' JOHNSTON STREET, ANNANDALE. All communications to be sent to that address for the future. Ten...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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CABLE MESSAGES. LONDON, JULY 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 13 July 1889

GABLE MESSAGES. (From tue Sydney Papers.) LONDON. Jvvt 8. In a letter qn the barta qf evchange question, published iu the press. Mr, \V, E. QMstaue write! to gljtet that any search far industriiil plifff by vicuna of legislative ^Iferatioji \n the gtM m*ff uf exchange must eventually pruvo bariieii of beneBcial results. News from tbuSoudau status tb.o dervishes with a force of S,tXX} men, are tlireatenitj' Assouan. Colonel Wodehuuse has deepatcheJ relnforcemeBt to tbe iissistance of tliet'arneoii. It has transpired that this morning, prior to time for closing tenders for the new loan, a jmmlter of representations uf financial syndicate held a meet ing at which it was agreed that they should all combine to restrict the success of the loan, so that the average price should not beexceod £102 8s. Many of those expressed considerable re sentment of what they asserted was the increasing inclination of the colonies to overborron-, thus glutting the market witli stock. Tlie fsneakera paiijc...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 13 July 1889

LOCAL NEWS. Mining, — The smelting rojiortof the Comuiudore Vanderbilt tiold and Silver Mining Company for the week ending June 20 is as follows : — 90 tons 3 cwt. lqr. lOlbs. ore have been smelted, producing 2 tons 4cwt. 2ijr. bullion containing 1207 oz, silver aut] I3o7. fldwt. go!-I. The furnaces have since been shut down for repairs and to allow fluxes to ac umulatc. Skating Risk. — This popular place of resort continues to be well-jiatronisci!, although the al tcuuance has fallen olf somewhat during the juist week. It could not well have been otherwise. The takings so far have been far above M-hat was ex pectea by the most sanguine of the shareholders when the construction ci tlie rink was iirst mooted. However inncli people might like tin; amusement — and there is no gainsaying the fact that it lius come wonderfully into favour of lute, not ulone here, but in other parts of the colony — tlie majority of them make tlio discovery sooner or later that the exchequer ie not inexhau...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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A Terrible Tragedy. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 13 July 1889

A Terrible Tragedy. Oil Wednesday night last a horrible tragedy was enacted in Nytlnuy at 34 Chambers street, ufl'Jiay street, Clebu. lihamliers-street is a small street running off Bay street, and is h'Ued with small two, tlirce, and four-roomed tenements, let to tlie humbler working classes, nlio, as in many otlior parts of this oily, dwell, huddled together, iu a great degree of discomfort. Soon after 10 o'clock the neighbors were aroused liy liearfug the screams -»f 3 tromaii. On seeing Ms-s. Huutor, the woman referred to, to-day she told her story in a hesitating, cuufesed sort of way. It may first be stattal that she seemed a respectable, liitr-lu'orkin-r woman. He account of tlie iiftairis as follows : — My husband and I were preparing to go to bed. It was not much later than 10 oclouk. My hus band, who was at the time out of lwk, was em ployed general)) a« a driver by the City Carrying Co. Last week air! before that he had been drink ing very heavily, lint tliiR week lie had...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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JESSIE'S LEGACY. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 13 July 1889

JESSIE'S LEGACY. It was about six o'clock in the afternoon of a splendid day in tlic moiitli of June. ;nul Hyde Piirk was, ,-is it always is at (hat period of the Loiiuoh .reason, crowded willi the riclily-eniblazoned erjuijiages of tlie gieat, tho noble, tlie wealtliv, whilst indigence — or, at least, comparative indigence— looked, as it always does, en the glittering scene wjth :i half admiring, half envious eye. Leaning on the iron rails which separate Rotten-row from the exjianse of green sward stretching down to tSie Serpentine was a young man of some six or seven and twenty yearsofage. Tali, fair, di.sriiiguislied-luokiiig tawny hair ;md moustache, cleai- blue o.yes, of thatsliade deepeiiing into violet-grav, and and with aristocivitiuilly-cut features, you might have supposed that tliis young fellow was a scion ef one of those noble families ?whose name figure in tlie p-iges of Burke iind Debrett. Nothing of tlic sort. Harold Norton was simply a West India merchant^ clerk — n...

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Braidwood Progress Committee. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 13 July 1889

Krnidwood Progress Committee. 'J'Ik1 adjourned public meeting in connection with the formation, of a Progress Committee was held at the Literary Institute ou Thursday evening. Mr. J . Wallace, was voted to the chair. The Secretary, Mr. P. P. Maher, read the rules which had been prepared for the government of the society- Its objects were laid down by the Pre liminary Committee as follow: — 1. That there requires a supervision of the general interests of the district by a local body. -2'. That while special requirements of immediate necessity aiie often mucli called fortliere is noone (on the principle that whatis everybody's business is no one's) to come forward at the proper time to load public opinion iu the mutter. 3. That allowing our parliamentary representative io be as active and watchful of our interests as he cau possibly be, he cannot advance the welfare oi the district to the extent that he would like without being informed from local sources of the necessities of the com...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Parliamentary. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 13 July 1889

ParlfmiKMttan Three motions only were tnkitn as formal by the Legislative Assembly on Tuesday. Mr. Melville, for Mr. Fletcher, having obtained leave, brought iu a bill to enablo Mahlon Clarke Covilishaw to construct gasworks and electric works within the town and snburbs of Stockton. The bill was read tbe Jirst time. Mr. Howe, having obtained leave, brought in a bill so amend the )«4tli section of tde Municipalities Act of 180S in certain respects and this bill was also read the first time. The nthcr formal matter was the third leading of the Wont worth Irrigation Bill, on the motion of Mr. .1. 1'. Abbott. When the motion was moved ' that the l-ill -ln nmi1 niiss.' Mr. Dili'us rose to noint out tbivt this bill was a direct taking -if the administration of the Government out of the hands of the lixccu tivo, but the lion, leader of the Opposition was called to order by the Sneaker, because no discus, sion whatever can be allowed on a formal motion. The House then resolved itself into ...

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Original Poetry. A BACHELOR'S SOLILOQUY. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 13 July 1889

Original Poetry. A BACaiELOll'S SOLILOQUY. To wed, or not to wed ?— that is tlie -jiicfctioii : Whether 'tis better to endure the pnngs of indi gestion, Brought on by eating hnlf-cookuil Iji««J - Those awful Boils of single life — Or by nroriosinc; to koiiic ma:'ci Take to myself a wife ! To woo — to wed — for evermore ! And, with a. wife, nt onct u- tint My struggles with the sticky iioiir. Each vain attempt to new or mend, The serubbings of the ilirly floor, The fumblingfi with the broom, tlic hIiium Wash up, mkI nil those -viimtlcn- misciies That )iav« iiiiitlc me what 1 mn ! It would bis well fur me, indued ; lu fuel, the vciy thing 1 need. To woo, to wed !— To what »— Ah ! ih«rc'ntheriib:! For many u man has got A Inzy, goud-fur-iintliir.g sot Wlio oiiimiit even muk his gnib. And in that dreadful after-life, when she Has shunicd on the golden coil, Instead of taking cure of me, Tlie union may perchance iiictvase my toil ! Ah ! there's the awful thought that mnUvs So ninny bache...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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A Kiss and its Results. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 13 July 1889

A Kiss and ils Results. A young man named (ieorgcAViuch has come in possession of property in Sydney of considerable value in a remarkable manner, lie is a butcher by occupation, and carried on business at Clifton Hill. Recently be took the liberty of kissing one of his customers — a married woman. A prosecution followed for an assault, and he was fined i'u' Us. The partibvilars uf the case were given a.t the time, and these (says the Melbourne Tctetjrajih of Friday last) happened to asscst the attention of a linn of solicitors iu .Sydney who had been appointed trustees of certain property which had beeu left to Mr. Winch by a distant relatives some 10 yearsago, and the solicitors were until now unable to find auy trace of the heir. The newspaper report of tlie kissing episode attracted their attention, aud there in they snw his name, and communicated with him. He lias furnished tbe history of his antecedents, aud established his identity beyond a doubt. Mr. Winch, on tlie day of th...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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Original Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 13 July 1889

Original Correspondence. [It must lie distiuctly undent iod that we d» not hold omwlvuii ruisp'Hitible for tin; opinions ex pressed by our correspondents.]

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 13 July 1889

£50 REWARD £50 ERA'JD & DECEIT. in order to protect the 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 Bitter* Company's bottlas, and for selling any vile nostrum or compound as the genuine and original Or. Soule's Ameri can Hop Bitters, or for counterfeiting the Company's Label — a Bunch of Green Hops on a White Label, with Black Letters. DR. SOULE'S AMERICAN - HOP * BITTERS (A MEDICINE, NOT A OBINK). COKTA1SB ' nors. bvchv, mandrake, » AN DEMON. AKDiiiEPuEEer «?' Bbst Midicai QoiunMor ILL OTHER BlITEBS. TJBCETV OXXRE All Diseases of the Stomach, Boweli, Blood, Lirer. I KWiwy^d Urinary Organs, Ncrvousnew, Steeple... ness, Female Complaints and Drunkenness. ! THOUSANDS UPON THOUSANDS!!! ol testimonials of t!ie inott wonderful cures, volun Sriiv sent u«, we do not publish them, as they do not , mike «?« cure It is our medicine, Pr. Soule's ; Am...

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The Bega Railway. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 13 July 1889

The llcgji Railway. A large and influential gathering at the School of Arts took place on Tuesday night, the object being to protest against the action of tlie Government in shelving the proposed Hega-Kdeii railway, as an nounced by ii telegram from Mr. Garvan. All the speakers indignantly protested against the action of the Gnrcrnmcut, and pointed out that commis sioners came to Bi?ga witli minds fully determined to condemn the line, owing the opposition: which bad been offered to the railway depaitmcut. The commUsioiiers made no effort to obtain information, mid merely made a flying visit partially through flic mountainous region from liombala to Painbiila, thus avoiding the large aud populous portions of the district. During their second visit Messrs. Fehon ami Oliver came from Oulombo to Bega, in the pouring raju on iv Monday, and having stayed two hours for lunch returned to Colombo. Re solutions were cai-rted protestiug agaluut tlw tuition -if tbe Ministry in ignoring the just...

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The Squatters and their Leases. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 13 July 1889

The Squatters and their Lcsiscs. A large deputation of Crown tenants was intro duced to the Minister for Lauds on Tuesday, by Mr. Ryrie/M. L. A., and accompanied by Messers. Allison, K. B. Wilkinson, and 1). A. FurguMon, Ms. L. A. Mr. Ryrie, in introducing the deputation, said that they had come for the purpose of bringing under the notice of the Minister the very serious couseo, uencea which they believed would ensue to the Crowu tenants as regarded fixity of tenure and compensation should the Land Hill as now innnaspd mss into law. Ho believed that the deputation was prepared with statistics to prove thu loss Hint would ensue to the country if the Crowu tenants wore depraved of that extension of leases -which they were prepared to expect by the Act of 1884. It was urged by other Breakers that under short leases the monetary institutions of Hip colony would not advance money tn the suuattci'ij for im provements, mid consequently 'be laboring portion oi the community would sutler. M...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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F. L. Barker's Report. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 13 July 1889

F. L. Barker's Report. Bauk. — The Englinh market showing signs of weakness, exporters tire not now operating Jicnce a a much easier feeling at the lust sales, the highest price for best green wattle being £8 per ton. Fair quality brought from .i'flto £1 ; inferior, £1 to £3 ; per toll. Best ground £!) to £il Ids. per ton. AIailsiivjai, Ski-s. — This market has tiikeii a turn verv much for the worse coiiw-'iinvnt upon the receipt of most unfavourable cubluil iiflviucs in the early part of the week of rjsiill of the June sales in London. The description most affected are bear, wallaby, and the lower grades of opossum skins whilst the decline in Kangaroo and the better classes of Opossum bIuiis is caimmrativcly light. The price realized on Tuesday and Wednesday were for gray kangaroo, largest, OOd. to Slid, (oiic or two shins of exceptional weight to lOOd). Medium sizes Slid, to oOil., small to medium. 20d to 30d, small 12d. to 19d. very small 2J to lOd. wallaroo and red kangaroo from...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 13 July 1889

llorsfortl's Acid 1'kosiiUate, Relieves Mental ami Physical iMuiuotiuu.

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Weekly Calendar. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 13 July 1889

Weekly Calendar. | « ,.i «. i Days of 1 Sun Sun : Moons Daysof tbe Week MJntU Rigc). Scla. ; Age, WfinXKSDAY ? Jnly 10 7 0 ?- 4 J3 Thursday ? -i U 7 0 3 ft 14 Frhuv ? 12 7 fl 5 5 IS Satdrday ? „ 13 | 7 5 5 (- lu Sukuay ? ,, 1* i 7 5 '- 7 i' Mo.vi.av ? „ 15 ; 7 4 ' i- 7 18 l'UKSDAV ? 10 | 7 4 3 8 i 19 MOOS'S 1-HASK. Full Moon, July 13, at 4.4 n.m. The Braidwood Dispatch. StrennJ el Prosperc.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 13 July 1889

and E.lcgwufc designs BIUS^LSlVRlM/rS, WUtou Vile Carpets, Indian Gar-pets, Turkey Carpets, Kensington Squares, and Itopestry Carpets. We invite attention to those about to fur nish or rieucw their cVrpots to our unrivalled ftock of tlieso good*. TJro stylra arc new, rich, elegant, M\& distinctive, (ind suitable for Drawing-rooms, ' Sittiiig-rootne, Diuiiig rooms, Bed-rooms, Landings, Stain. We import ouly the best qualities, and our prices are no Higher than those -juoW9 else where for inferior makes. Rugs, Floorcloths, Linoleums and Mattings hi great variety. Patterns, with prices and full particulars, sent post free oh application. We have a large stock of Art, Cabinet imd Upholstery funuture always on hand, aud we «in make to any design if required. Itavicl Jones and Company, carpet, pimoKC-ufca and akt Furniture Warehouse. Ojipo.sJtu tlie Oiyicral Post Office, oKoilUE STREET, SYDNEY. . GRATEFUL— COMFORTING. EPPS SOOCOA. . . BREAKFAST. t- Y a thorough knowledge of the na...

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