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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 13 July 1889

Our controversy with Mr. llyrieltas brought another Richmond into the field. ' Looker on' considers we are botli astray with respect to what constitutes settlement, though in tlie main, we fancy, he and our representative would much more readily fnl! in with euch other's views than we should be likely to do with the views of either of those gentlemen. They both iirrive at the same goal by differ ent roads. Mr. Ryrie considers the country is not required far settlement for some time to come, and that until it is it should remain ia the hands of the squatter to carry sheep instead of men and women ; while ' Looker on' considers that the conntry is being put to the best purpose it can be by sheep grazing, for tbe simple reason that if a man could make it turn in more money he would very soon do so. This is the conclusion Mr. Ryrie conies to also, although he does not arrive at it in just the same way, uor as caudidly admits it. Hut as we said before this question about the best means o...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 13 July 1889

DEATH. ON the 12th instant, at Charley's Forest, Little River, Hannah, the widow of the late Pat- rick liAHBETT, aged 85 yc&r*. SATURDAY, JULY 13, 18S9.

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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An Extraordinary Decision. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 17 July 1889

All Kxtraordiiiaiw Decision, Mr. Bridge, the Wnndsworth luagistr.ite who refused tbo summons against the Duke of Cambridge, coverfid himself with glory recently. Having before him on the one side the evidence of two policemen that a tramway driver was drunk, and on the other | tlie evidence of a clergyman, n solicitor, a I tramway inspector, and another tramway servant that the man was perfectly sober, and had been violently and wantonly assaulted by the constable who charged him, tVe magis trate (in his own words) ' came unhesita tingly to the conclusion that 4ihe prisoner's manner and conduct justified the police iu ] thinking that he was drunk.' He found, j f urt hcv. that the indignation of the spcufaitoi s who-iiadbceii moved by what they sa-wto come forward in the man's defence was ' tuijusti iiable.' Then, finally having formed his own j ' unhesitn'ting' opinion that tho police were i right, lie proceeded to decide tJiattlie lmm wjis ! not drunk, and dismissed the case accord...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Pacific Castaways. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 17 July 1889

Pacilir Caisisnvays. Jt has been suggested that on some of t!ie hun-hvds of uninhabited Pacific islands there .?ire castaway Robitiam Crusoes waiting for a sail and living on the bounties of which nature is iiiiusuaijy 1,-nisli in tliose regiosis. One of these castaways, a sailor named Jor'Wi~e-j. was found ]~i months n^o on the httle speck known as Midway Island, where ho bad been abandoned by his shipwates, who looked upon him as a desperate and dangerous person. There he was living, without human conijMiiionship, 1300 miles north-west of Honolulu, on the vast expanse known as tin.' Alison Aivhepelago. Jiotone uf these little islands is known to be inhabi ted. Tlie sailors who found Jor^enson there wciu castaways themselves from the wiccked barque Wandering Minstrel. On this Hftlc rock they lived for 1 X months, faring poorly on hua-biids ami fish, until (imtlly a boat they .sent out in October last took the news of their distress to Honolulu, and -wly last full a schooner release...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 17 July 1889

WANTED, a HOUSEMAID. Apply to Mrs. R. J. C MADDRELL, Mona Cottage. Major's Creel^ Proprietary Cold-mining Limited, fnENDERS will l-e received by the undersigned J_ up to 12 o'clock (noon) SATUVDA Y, the 20th proximo for the Supply and Deli very of 250 CORDS G REEN FIREWOOD. Particulars of contract at Mine. M. J. HARTUNG. Major's Creek, 11th July, 1889. 'Wesleyau Church,, THE UEV. STEPHEN WRIGHT will Preach at the following places and at the time stated, viz : — Long Swamp, next Friday, at ' p.M ; Charleyong, next Sabbath, 10.30 a.m ; Little Hirer, 3p.m. ; Braidwood, 7,30 r.M. £1 Reward. LOST from Little River on Sunday week last an IRONGREYanrUBROWN HURSE, branded V over J ( J reversed). The Brown Mare has a star on forehead aud branded --u off shoulder, while the Iron Grey is branded on near shoulder. The above Reward will bo paid on delivery to J. VEAOAti, Googong, Queaubeyan, or toj. RICHARDSON, Little River. Braidwood Rink. IK FUTURE the RINK WILL HE OPEX at the usual hours on M...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LONDON. MONDAY [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 17 July 1889

LONDON. Monday Lord Eslier, master of the Rolls, has ruled in case which came before the Supreme Court of Judicature every trader entitled to a reef course of trade. Trade rings were guilty of acts beyond the limits of fair competition and were liable to an action for damages on the irround of conspiracy. Sir Charles Bowen. one of the Lords Justices of Appeal, held that the ring hod only pushed competition to tlie bitter end. Competition, however severe, if unattended by dishonesty and intimidation, gave rise to ho cause for action. Justice Fry was of opinion that mere competition for purposes of gain, if without actual malice, was not actionable, even though it may be ruin ous to either of the rival parties. Later. Tiie condition oi affairs in the Soudan re mains unchanged. The battle that was im pending near Assouam has been postponed. Skrmishing has taken place, however, but little loss has occurred on. either side. The French Public Prosecutor is preparing un indictment against ...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
JESSIE'S LEGACY. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 17 July 1889

JESSIE'S LEGACY. He IijuI not bei.'ii gone iixo minutes wiicii ] Harold Norton arrived ;it the cott.'i^c. To j liin), of course, Jessie tukl »!!. 'Tiiat okl fellow Pcimistonu must ii.ive lieen jts cracked us a broken iciouji. Mutl Isitie, indeed ' Wlini a lU'eposterous ;clc.t, (t- .suppose iny darling could Jive in any j-!aro with sue!) ;i iinnie !'s,iid H;iroW. Hei« there followed a little liy-plnv, utter which Jessie's blue muslin dress .-ijipenrcil rather more crushed than it lm-l previously been. ' Be quiet, do, Harold !' .she said, exti kn tiug herself from his arm, '' But. seriously, dear, what do you think of it? i3v. Sharpe thinks, a\id I think, that, tlic paper in ilie j box will turn out tlic true legacy.''' j Harold pulled his moustache .?nvhileincdito- ! tively. TJien lie said, in a decided tone — I ' Well, there is only one thing to lie i done ?' j 'What is that, dear?'' 'Get married at once,' said theyoujigiu.ii), stoutly. 'Oh '' exclaimed Jessie, and Wushed rosy red. ...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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Select Poetry. ONE DAY AT A TIME. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 17 July 1889

Select Poetry. ? _. ^ ? i ONE DAY AT A TIME. ' Why hurry «nd worry j Alid Jive iu n limry, i ZV» gather in money -u«l think its fiiMiiw.-, ; When life will be sivuctcr, : AhJ true joy cdiu|i1c(ci\ By living one -ky at a time. The world Unit we live in, Hvcuivo ii-, ami give in, Htitli Many a beauteous uliiiic ; Wilh treasure trn treasure To odd to man's jjeasurt', Created one day (it it time. Why borrow grnvu borrow To veeji on lUe morrow ? Ta-inori'ou' Iniugs roses, not rime. Alt, then, liow .-.-.noli hotter 'J'liai) foiling n feittT To Jive just one day nt a time. Hope meeis us — love greets us, Am? softly entreats us, To lice from -!ie dust ami the grime : Not »?«?-?( ii]) tlic mountain, Unt stop at Jove's fountain, And joimicy one tiny at a time. With leisure, seek pleasure, Joy's o'ofkwing measure— Xo hcndnclie, mi licartaulic, iiooiimi'. Thcu the right tusk decuruiug, Just wages liu earning, Uy toiling out day «t n time.

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 — 17 July 1889

LOCAL NEWS. ? » ? The Vagaries or OrossrM Shooteks,— Tlie eccentricities of these gentry are remarkable. M»uy owners of paddocks have refused permission to shoot on them, the ostensible reason being that tlie cuttle are disturbed. Considering that an opossum eats nearly as much graes as a rabbit it is questionable if any one lias a right to turn his pro perty into uu opossum preserve ; still it it clone. One gentleman told a tenant to prevent any one from shooting opossums on ins land, aud the person so trusted w»b very diligeat in his preventive mea aureB, with one sole exception — himself. In the 'wee short hours ayout the twal.'when all the world should be asleep, it is said this curator's gun was very active. At all events, the opossums dis appeared and his pile of skins increased. Last week another man, on coming home late at night, found a honse unsaddled and quietly enjoying a good time in his stockyard near a nice stock of hay. As the saddle and bridle were neatly ar ranged ...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 17 July 1889

GhfcjJN.sn,ja.3j ivm-vvej. w Hollonoy'. Ointment and Pills. — Counsel for the delicate. — Those to whom seasons of changeable temperatures are protracted periods of trial should seek the earliest opportunity of removing all ob stacles to good health. This coolmg Ointment, perscveriiiitly rubbed upon the skin, is the mosi reliable remedy for overcoming all diseases of the throat and chest. Quinsey, relaxed tousiig, sore, throat, swollen glands, ordinary catarrh, and bron chitis, usually prevailing at this season, may be arrested as soon as discovered, ami every symptom banished by Holloway'a simple and effective treat ment. This Ointment and Pills are highly com meuded for the facility with which they success fully conquer influenza ; they allay in an iucredible short time the distressing fever and teasing cough. — Adv. The Colonial Treasurer, iu referring to the ques tion of the erection of a meat-chilling establish ment at Burke, said that he is very anxious that the railway author...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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Another Burglar Caught. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 17 July 1889

Another Burglar Caught* Another attempted burglary occurred in Redfern on Saturday morning, about 1 a.m. Mr. Thomos (.''uniiing, while sitting reading, heard a noise in the yard. Thinking that something was wrong lie wuut to survey the lkiek premires, and then heard someone trying to force open the kitchen door from the outside. Mr. Gunning struck a match which evidently disturbed the unwelcome visitor. Mr. Gunning heard a noise which sounded like tools tattling. After the door was tried a second time, and he thcu went outside, and the uninvited one jumped over the back gate and dropped upon some sand. Mr. Gunning just to frighten liini, fired two shots from a revolver, after which he managed to catch the man, and wa» trying to keep him till the arrival of the police, but the man succeeded in getting away again. After an exciting chase through streets and lanes, 5Ir. Gunning succeeded in recapturing him, and a violent struggle ensued. Two men who were at tracted to the spot probably...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
(TO THE EDITOR OF THE DISPATCH). [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 17 July 1889

(TO THE EDITOR OF THE DISPATCH). SIR,— With many others in this colony I have been carefully watching the action of the represen tatives of the people in dealing with the new Land Bill now before Parliament, and aleo the three cornered duel hetweeu Mr. Byrie, the Dixpalrli, and ' Looker-on.' With r/^reiiee to tlie nofiition ocewnwd hv the Diyialch and Mr. Hyric in the matter now unilcr consideration, any person who can read may easily understand, because Mr. Ryrie candidly tells the country that he is a squatter, and liy iiis iiction tells us that he ia determined, if possible, to ? pro tect the squatter's interest by locking npevery aure of Government laud in the Hasten) Division from selection and from settlement ; that the reserves shall not be opened up for settlement ; and that the small settlers' lenswl land shall nut lie reduced in price to the same rate as thu squntters' leased land. In fact, when this qn^-timi wis iwi-ntly brought before the Hume Mr. Uyri- win. « ? silent a...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
New Railways. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 17 July 1889

New Railways. Mr. Dibits has given notice that he will more in the Legislative Assembly, on Friduv August 2,— 'That in the opinion of this House, the following proposed railways, for which authority to construct has been given by a previous Parliament, a.ud the plans and Bpocifications for winch have been ap proved of by this House, and authority to horrntp for each construction having beeu given by 48 Vic. No. 20, aud which authority has been utilised iu a large measure for other public works should lie referred forthwith l-i the Public Works Committee, with the view to curly consideration and deci sion :— Culcairn to Corowu, Glen Imies'to luverell (jruftou to the Tweed River, Tarrago to Braidwood tiundagai to Tumut, Narribri to Moree, Kyngan to Cobar, Redfern to Circular Quay, and Orange to Forbes via Cudal.' Also, 'That proposals be submitted during the present session for considera tion of csustructioji of the following railways lines: —HdiMi to Uego. Goulburn to Crookwdl, Mudge...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OUR TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY. Tuesday, 12 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 17 July 1889

OUR TELEGRAMS. (TOOK OCR O*S CORRESPONDENT). SV'DNEV. Tuesday, 12 p.m. At the Hoinbusii stock sales yesterday 717 cattle were yarded and prices advanced 10s per head, best bullocks bringing £9 7s lOd. and others from £6 2s 2.1 14,000 sheep were penned mid prices declined a shilling, beat merinos fetching 15s 2d. and others front 7s 2d. and cross-breds 12 to 13s ii. Several houses were entered at Fairfield aud Smithfield on Sunday night and a quan tity of money and valuables taken. It is believed that the robbers had a buggy with them. A man was arrested yesterday in connec. tion with the recent robbery at Mr. Dickin son's, Croydon. A shot wound was found in his back aud a number of house-breaking implements ware discovered at his lodgings. The Hon. E. Barton has resigned his posi tion as Fellow of the University Senate. Three members of a family named Law son, living nt East Brunswick, Victoria, narrowly escaped suffocation. A pan of hot coals was placed in the bed room with the doo...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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Parliamentary. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 17 July 1889

Parliamentary. At 6 o'clock on Thursday the Legislative Assem bly resolved itself into a committee of the whole for the further consideration of the Land Bill. Clause 43, or rather the amended clause which the Minister for Lands proposed to substitute for the one printed tn the Bill, was before the committee, Mr. Gormly disapprovedof the original clause, and the amendment he considered even more objection able because it gave the Minister no power of re jecting a recommendation of the land board for the extension of a lease. The lessees had already got concessions they were not entitled to, and lie ob jected to cive them any further concussions, Mr. Hassall Baiil an injustice would be done to the les sees in the Central Division who should have an extension of 7 years, instead of five as proposed. Some eonsiderstion should be given to these men, who had done no much to develop the country. Mr. Kidd said the proposal would lockup the lands in the Western Division for 28 years, which ...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CABLE MESSAGES. LONDON, JULY 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 17 July 1889

GABLE MESSAGES. . ? ♦ (From the Sydney Papers.) LOVOONt,Jl-i.y11. Sir Charles Russell, Q.C., ,\f-P,, leading counsel for Mr. Parnell before the Special Commission, «,n uounees that he will will close defendant's case to. morrow, A foruo consisting of 0000 dervishes with 800 camels, (s at a pluue 30 miles from Wftdy Haifa. ' July 12. The Standard statex that the -!overjmient et tactics little importance to the proposals of Mr. I'lirncU to fnrtn a tenant defence league. It believes that tlie league is intended to cover the failure of the ' Plan of campaign,' The bulk of the teuants stand aloof, Mr, (tladstonc and Mr, Morley were consulted in the matter before the proponed formation of the league was announced. The Enabling Hill of Western Australia his been rend a second tune in tlie House of Lords. Lord Knutsford considered that until there wai uniformity of government in Australia there would be no chance of federation. There was no fear that the grunting of respoiiufblb government ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 17 July 1889

£50 REWARD £50 FBAUD & DECEIT. In order to protect the people from ! being; defrauded and cheated, the American Hop Bitters Company offers i tiic above Reward for the arrest and j conviction of '.ny person or persons refilling the American Hop Bitters ', Company's bottles, and for selling any vila nostrum or compound as the genuine and original Dr. Soute'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. SOUJUE'S HMERICHN HOP* BITTERS (A MEOIOINE, NOT A ORINK). COKTALNS HOPS, BUCIHJ, MJLSDBAKB, UANDELION. A\U I11K PlSlESV iSB 13K8t UBDIdlli QOiHTIM Of uju OTian Eimu. T3aCB'5T CUBS A!) ifaasK of Xht Stojiiacb. Bowels. Blotrf, Liwr, Kidm-Vb ami Crin»n- Oigaire, Ntcvousness, Sl«ple«« iiuw., i'lif-aleComiiliinUand Drttukeuneiss. THOUSAHDS UPON THOUSANDS!!! of testimonials ot the most woiideilul cures, volun tirilv wit us we do not publish them, as they do not nuke *ll-o cure- » is °«r raedieine, Dr...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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Original Correspondence. [IT must be distinctly understood that we do not hold ourselves responsible for the opinions expressed by our correspondents.] (TO THE EDITOR OF THE DISPATCH.) [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 17 July 1889

Original Correspondence. [It must be distinctly umlcrBtoud that we do not, hold ourselves responsible for thu opinions ex pressed by our correspondents.] (TO THE EDITUIl or THE DISPATCH.) Sin, — 1 uin glad to see you in your lender on Saturday agree with me us to the ' highest form of settlement m a uuw country is to imtk .? it us fruitful us possible with a view of supporting a. healthy und vigorous population.' The proof of this is that the people nmke the produce of the country us great as possible, und to obtain this end self-interest in duces the inhabitants to follow that line of industry which ut the same time enriches themselves and the country. This has induooil the bulk of our iimubitautB to follow grazing us that form of industry which will with a given amount of labor produce the greatest result. I instanced sheep farming, ami pointed out that the output would be greater and more uei'tuln thau agriculture in moBt parts of the interior, und consuquently it was followed. Y...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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Weekly Calendar. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 17 July 1889

Weekly Calendar. tw..r-i.. K'..t Day* of Sun ; ? Snu Moons D»y»of the Week M(£t)l Bisea i Set8. Aga. Wkiwesdat ? Jnly 17 7 3 15 8 20 Tihjmday ? „ 18 7 3 ? 5 9 21 Fkiu&T ? SO 7 2 i 6 9 22 Saturday ? 20 7 2 j 5 10 23 Sc.vdat ? „ 21 7 1 S 1) 24 MojfDAV ? 22 7 1 5 12 25 feisBiY ? gs 7 0 5 12 26 i

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 17 July 1889

anil Elegant designs BRUSSELS CARPETS, Witton Pite Carpets, Iiidiaii Carpet turkey Carpels, Kensington Squares, an Tapestry Carpels. Wo invite attention to those about to fu Irish or renew their carjicts to our unrivalk stock of these goods. The styles are nev neli, elegant, and distinctive, and suitalil for Drawing-rooms, Sitting-rooms, Dinin liming, Bed-rooms, Landings, Stairs. We import only the best qualities, and on juices arc no higher Mian those quoted cist where for inferior mnkes. Hugs, I'lonrcloths, Linoleums and Matting )ii great varit'ty. Patterns, witlj prices ,ind full particulars sent jw»t free mi application. \Vv h.sve a large stock of Art, Cabinet tni Ujiimlutciy fiiriuture always on hand, am we -«n make to nny design if required. Ihjviri .IttfK's and €onii»iiiiv, CARrKT, FLOORCLOTH AND AB'l Furniture Warehouse Opposite the Cencral l'ost Ollice, tjKuur.K stkkht, sydney. GRATEFUL -COMFOUriXG. EPPS'S^COCOA. ,, ? 3! U K A K V A H T. 0 Y a thorough knowledge of Uie natu...

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