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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 17 July 1889

The motion given, notice of in the Assembly by Mr. Dibbs as to the prior claim for con struction of railways which have been already authorised by Parliament over those which are proposed iu their pln.ee, and which have yet to receive the authority ot i*ariianient- is one which cannot very well be got over, if reason and justice, and even strict legality itself, with which justice defes not always accord, are to guidehon. members in their de cision upon the question, apart from all party views entirely. As Mr. Dibbs points out in his motion the Assem' ly when passing these lines, approved of the plans and specifi cations and gave the necessary authority to borrow money for their construction. Although these lines were thrown out in the Upper House, it was only on the the ground that it was not expendient to further arug. uient the pnblicindebtedness of the colony by th» construction of any more railways for a time. But what do we find ? In the face of this a subsequent Government to...

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

moon's phase. Mood's last quarter, July 20, at 5.50 a.m. DEATH. On' the Htli instant, at liis parents residence, ReldwUlc, Jolts, youngest son of Thomas Campbell, aged 18 years. The Braidwood Dispatch. Stmiu-6 et Prosperf. WEDNESDAY, JULY 17, 1889.

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 20 July 1889

£50 REWARD £50 FBAUD & DECEIT. In order to protect the people from being defrauded and cheated, the American Hop Bitters Company offer* the above Reward for the arrest and conviction of T.ny person or persons refilling the American Hop Bitter* Company's bottles, and for selling any vile nostrum or compound as the genuine and original Dr. Soule's Ameri can Hop Bitters, or for counterfeiting the Company's Label— a Bunch oT Green Hops on a White Label, with Black Letters. DR. SOULE'S HMERICHN HOP « BITTERS (A MEDICINE, NOT A DRINK), COXTMOT BOPS, BUCHU. MANDRAKE. DA.KUELION. Akd tub eumx xm B«st Medicm. Qtsiurwof ALL OTIUB BlCT*H». THEY CTTRS AH Diseases of the Stomach. Boweb, Blood. Liw, Kidney* and Urinary Organs, Nervousness, SUepleu. ne»s, Female CoruplaintB and BrankeaneBS. THOUSANDS UPON THOUSANDS!!! ol testimonials of the most wonderful cures, volun to any ra**m »nv'he«ie similar to* theft own if tatfS. wwMKfcitaany neighbor M there is not a ncfebbothoort io the luwivn w...

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 — 20 July 1889

CONSULTATION FREE. Medicine forwunliiil to nil parts of the world, securely packed, and wit ~uut fear of detection . ADDRESS— DR. FRED HOMAN, 197 BOURKE STREET EAST, Opposite Wax Works, MELBOURNE. To Ladies. J DR. HURDETT, lateSurgeonof S. S. St. Tlioums Natul, Otago, nnd Himalaya, Remedies ie move all irregularities, sickness, and ulwtroutioH*. Kent liy Tout. Enclose fitnnipn, Consultation by iipuointiiiunt. Ad diet is (SIS l!ox, G.l'.O., 8}Jn

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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LONDON, Thursday, [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 20 July 1889

J/^DON, Thursday, .The charges against General Boulunger Are considered extremely weak. Count Waldersee, chief military adviser to'tlie Emperor of Germany, has denied hav ing advised the Emperor to engage in an aarly war with Rusria, jjervio. has assured Bulgaria that in arm ing 30,000 reserves no attack U meditated upon Bulgaria. - Her intentions a reof an en tirely pacifi character. Later. JTu consequence. of the revelations made in tbe'Cbetwynd-Dnrhftui turf case the New market Jockey Club liavc withdrawn Sher rnrd'-s training license and bave warned Woofi* off tht course. ? Ih his evidence before the 7MM««-Parnell Inquiry Dr. Kenrne Tanner, M,P., avowed . that if constitationul means failed to bring about Home Rule he was prepared to resort ? to physical force- .

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OUR TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY. FRIDAY 12 P.M, [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 20 July 1889

OUR TELEO-RAMS. (FROM OUIt OWN COKUF.srONDKNT). SYDNEY. EllIDAY 12 P.M, At the Hoaiebusli stock sales yesterday 640 cattle were yarded and prices slightly advanced, best beef being worth 24s perewt. Best bullocks bringing £& 17s Sd. and others from £5 13s 3d. 20,000 sheep were penned and the market was dull. Prices unaltered, best wethers bringing 16s Id. and others from 7s 2d. ' In the Assembly last night the Premier sftid that the Government intended to in duce « Bill of » severe character to stop the introduction of released criminals from other Colonies and also to introduce a Bill to amend the whole electoral system. 4TJie House sat till 4 this morning dealing with the postponed clauses of the Land Bill Hie measure was finally passed through Com mittee. ' The third reading is fixed for Wed nesday next. .The Cabinet yesterday considered a num ber of fresh railway proposals, but no deci rfon was arrived At in any case. Sir Edward Strickland died last night. The following ...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
F. L. Barker's Report. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 20 July 1889

F, L. Barker's ltn-ort* J(AJiK. —There is n brisk hujmiy far jjiml anv.u niittlc'nhQ prices are likely to bts linii until the new bark iuiives which 'will nitbp till well to wards the end of the year. Inferior sorts are nttnost unsaleable. Quotations. —1 Jest chopped £7 Ids. to £8 15s. (the latter figure I obtMiued for several southern consignments} fair quality, £5 to £7 ; inferior £1 to £3 IOs. pcrtun,: MARSufiAi, Suliis.— Kangarpo nnd wiilhiby skins pnrtiolly recovered the decline -'of the jireyious sale but hear, skins sold at lover 'prices, opossum sold h.t about, last week's figures. ' i he follouin^ lire reliable ijiinttitionB; viz. kangaroo (grny) cxtrn large 70s. to-iltM. -6h'e line of 4 skins of exceptional weight touched ,100s.) large 50s, 'to 08s; medium 2os. *8s ;'sniall ins. tn 25s ; very small 2b 6d. to 10s ; HrtllariMi 3s. to3fi«; medium kangaroo 3s. to35s? wnlluWro^li 3s. t« '-s ; brush is CiL to 10s; swamp (is to 15s;1 bear inrgc 4s* ; inediuiu 2s 6s; small Is Od ;...

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 — 20 July 1889

iforpford's Acid Pliosphat*. ' ' ' : A Tonic aud Poof' ? - ? ? ? For the overworked i brain and muscles.

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Thursday, 18th July. (Before Messrs. J. Aldcorn P.M.,and J. Wallace.) [?] LANGUAGE [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 20 July 1889

Thursday, 18th. Jvji-v. (ttcfore Messrs. J. Aldcorn P.M., and J. Wallace.) OBSCENE I-INUCAKE. Alexander McCrossau was summoned for using obscene language at Major's Creek on the loth in stant, and, failing to appear on Wednesday, the ITtls, a wamiut was issued auJ lie was arrested by Constable Caldwcl! the same day aud lodged iu the lock-up. The expression made use of waa to the effect that he would fry every b ? Englishman .iii-1 cat them, iiiixim' uu several obscene words words with the expeession. Fiued £1 and 7s 4d eusts, iu default 10 Jays' imprisonment. OBSCENE I/ANOl'AOE. The same individual was further charged with using obscene language on the food to Constable Caldwcll while under arrest. Fined £1, or in de fault 10 days' imprisonment. The fines were not paid, and the prisoner was sent to gaol to undergo the penalty. DRUNKENNESS. William Stafford, for druukeuness in Braidwood, mis fined Ss. or 24 liours' iwprisomneut. OBSCENE tANfll'AGE. The same individual was fined 5s, o...

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 — 20 July 1889

G-ENEBAL NEWS. Mr. E. B. Thompson, solicitor, of Wiigga., has issued a writ claiming £1000 damages against Mr. Oliver Cox, aiiuatterof Ycrong Creek, near Wogga, for alleged assault cummitted u;- --i t!i- fur:ir:r at the Commercial Uutel, Wa^'a, n fc* ««cks since. Sir John Hobertson has Imon minimiKied at the instance of George Neville UriiKths for:n;rly member for Kast Sydney, on the charge nf having, on the 8th July, made use «'f lnugu;ij;e likely to create a breach of the peuue. The English and Australian FniiiUliiiig Com pany's werchonscs in Castlereagh-street were broken iuto on Tuesday utglit, but the burglars obtained very little liooty. Tlie men charged with shooting Cmintnlile .Slater have been further remanded, Slater being still unable to appear. The effects of heavy weather have been severely felt in Byron Bay, Ha-stiiigs River. On Tuesday the Fawn brig went ashore in the buy, and is now a complete wreck. The liuiinnckbui-n schooner went ashore on Wednesday afternoon, mil...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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An Amateur Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 20 July 1889

An Amateur Editor. In an ill-omened moment the editor nnd proprietor of a thriving up-country paper, called away by urgent business, appointed as his temporary substitute a friend of some ability, but utterlyunfit for the post from an unconquerable addiction to truth. The new occupant of the editorial chair in his opening leader disclaimed all merit but that of honesty, and in twenty four hours proved his modest claim to be incontestable. For nstance, speaking of the local theological Boanerges, he stated : ' The reverend gentle man delivered an excellent discourse upon the text, ' Render unto Civsar the things that ire Ca'sar's,' yet he hardly acterl up to the :loctriue for this able sermon was written Kfteen years ago and preached by Spurgeon.' On commercial matters he was just as blunt, sis thus : ' The rise in Mount Marlpot's is due to the operations of a 'shindy-kite' and not to any intrinsic value in the mine.' Some of the directors in the Land of Promise Bunk are snid to go w...

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 — 20 July 1889

Parliamentary. The Legislative Assembly went into Committee of the Whole for the further consideration of the Crown Lauds Hill a,t five o'clock ou Tuesday. Clause 43 relating to compensation for improve ments was still before tbe committee. As origin ally proposed, the clause provided that the incom ing tenant should puy the outgoing teuant for durable vatet improvements, but m cousequenee of generally expressed adverse opinions, Mr. Bruu ker proposeu a practically new clause, providing that compensation should take the form of an ex tension of lease of five years iu the Central Division aud seven years in the Western Division. On this Mr. JUrbour had moved a further amendment, the effect of which would be to omit the Central Divi sion from the operation of the clause. Mr. Chan ter opened the debate, speaking at some length against the amendment of tbe Minister and in favour of that proposed by Mr. Barbour. Mr. Stokes thought the extension of leases iu the Cen tral Division would bl...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
New Convent [?]. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 20 July 1889

Xcw Convent InlCodina. The Jlfoiiaro Mercury reports that on Suuday Rftemoon lost the ceremony of blessing the Bomau Catholic Convent, at Corona, was performed by the Right Rev. Dr. Higgins assisted by tho Cardinal'' private secretary (Dr. O'Haran) ami the Very Rev. -ean Slattery, and Rev. Farther Corboy. At the conclusion of th« ceremony the audienc* assembled at the front of the convent, and addresses were de livered. In the course of his speech, the Hishop referred to the work in hand, and said:— 'Why had this work lieen undertaken ? It was to spread mid persarve the rcligioii of Ireland, lie woul* not bow speak »if the sacrifices made by tlieir fore fathers, who sacrificed everything for the path of duty and their holy religion. If the people hero have kept' that faltli and are teaching the children the same they -io well. It is true they «rn not exposed to the dangers of former days, but they arc exposed to dangers of another kind. There nre those us strong in opposition to Jes...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A BITTER LESSON. CHAPTER I. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 20 July 1889

A BITTER LESSON. CHAPTER I. Tlieo ltidmioud looked handsome enough to have captivated nny girl's heart .is he stood ? leaning ngiiiiist Uie mantel-piece, looking down with laughing eyes on the girl who was sittin-r on the low hassock in the bay window. Such ;i pretty, f;iiry little thing, with golden hair tied back from her blossom face, and the dearest, prettiest pair of vivid lips. Very sweet, very lovable ; but with a de spondency on her face that had no business there — with a little pitiful quiver on her ?warm lips that Tlieo did not see, else he would never have stood looking so mischiev ously at her. ' Take my advice, Lilly — \te fellows know what's what in such cases — take my advice, and don't lot Hex Merie make you so miser able. He likes you, sis — I know he does, be cause he said so— better than any girl he ever saw, ,iud ?when he get's ready he'll pro pose, my word for it, unless you discourage him by being too — too — well, too anxious about him. You see, a fellow don'...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Pastoral Leases. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 20 July 1889

Pastoral Leases. A petition was presented to the Legislative As sembly on Tuesday night by Mr. J. Wilkinson from residents of the town and district of Albury against the proposed extension of pastoral leases in the Central division. The petitioners aver that there are thousands of persons waiting t» get oh the lauds of the colony, and if the proposed amendment be carried they will be debarred from settling on the land for 11 years : that before the passing of the Act of 1884 the lessees expressed their u-illtngiiess to pay an increased reut in consideration of their receiving security of tenure ; and that almost im mediately afterwards they commenced an agitation for compensation for improvements. They believe that the principle of compensation for improve ments, though right in the abstract, should not be adopted in this instance, because the rental paid by lessees in the Centra] division is lesB thau the real value, sc that they have been compensated already. The petitioners expre...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 20 July 1889

WANTED, a HOUSEMAID. Apply to Mbs. R. J. C. MADDRELL, Mona Cottage. - To he Sold. A BARGAIN. LIGHT, STRONG PONY jGAET, nearly new. Apply to \V. BMDGEMKNT. Protection League. A MEETING of the Committee will be held at Allen's Hotel ou MONDAY NEXT, at 7.30 p.m. THOS. C. MUSGRAVE, Secretary. To Let. HOUSE, PADDOCK, aud ORCHARD known aa HURLEY'S PADDOCK now occupied by Mr. E. To«xe. For terms apply to MISS HURLEY, Wallace Street. Roads. Department of Lands, Sydney, 16th July, 1889. THEattcution of ALL PERSONS INTERESTED is directed to 'Government Gazette' of the 12th July, 1889, in which appear notifications with respect to t!ie formal opening of Parish Roads near Braid wood and Araluen. STEPHEN FREEMAN, Under-Secretary. Note.— Copies of the 'Government Gazette' can be inspected at the Crown Land Office and the Police Office of the District. MEDICAL RELIEF TO THE AFF1CTED ! CONSULTATION BY LETTER. FEE £1. DR, E.TONES, (Registered), -#2, Wynyard Square, Sydney. 40 Years in Medical Practi...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Original Poetry. ON THE BRIDGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 20 July 1889

Original Poetry. OX THE BRIDGE. Ou tho bridge, when Bhadea of evening iSoflly n'oo the solemn stars, And the sleepy -looking scsvgula Cuddle on the sandy burs ; Oh, \ny dai'liug ! in swell moments, While we're walking on t)ic nir, Let me jiut my arm around you, ]-et me pop (lie question there. If you will not, cMUiat lave me, Tliats tiiu ]-lucc to tell ma so ; Oh, how !ittu-ly just to shove me Down into the depths below. In the river, oh, my dulling ! I could calmly, coltl!}' lie, If you'll nnly drop a ciystal As yon saw me drifting liy. Should some friend my hut recover You cohM tell them, if you like, That your sentimental lover Just went down to patch the dyke. Oh, my (lulling ! do not tukc it Sadly if such tilings should be ; Weeping only just Mould make it Worse for you, welter for inc. IJcckkndoi'ha,

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Payment of Members. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 20 July 1889

Payment or Members. The Legislative Council had on Wednesday a. long sitting, nearly the whole of which was devoted to the consideration iu committee of the Payment of Members BilL Mr. Creed's proposal for the taking of a plebiscite was rejected, as was also an ameudmeut the object of which was to deprive the measure, of its retrospective effect. Dr. Oarran then came forward with a proposition which was recieved with so much enthusiasm as to leave no doubt that he had correctly interpreted the desires of a large majority of the House. Mr. .Solomons made a vigorous speech iu defence of the bill, and tried to frighten and then to coax the Chamber into adopting it. The Council, however, by a majority of 34 to 14, decanted Dr. tiarran's amend ment. The effect of this is to limit tho bill in its application to the two next Purlimeuts. The iinieniliiiciitcami'ttsasurpriseupou the lion, gentle man in charge of the bill, iavl lie at once raised a. bar io any further progress, bo that be mig...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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CABLE MESSAGES. LONDON.July 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 20 July 1889

GABLE ME3SAGE3. (From the Sydney Papers.) LONDON. Ji-M-ia The Enabling Uill providing for the establishment of responsible (invernmcut in Western Australia passed third reading in the House of Lords last evening after a protracted debate. An aineuduient was moved by thr Karl of l!i.*u champ, where the bill was in Committee, t« the effect that the territory proposed tu lie reserved uudVr Imperial control for the settlement nf emi grants should bo limited to u smaller urea than that proposed by the liilL After uonsiderable dii cus9i«u the amendment was ultimately negatived. It is anticipated that the bill will meet with considerable hostility in tbe House iA Commnn*. ' In nonsetfueiiu: of tliercfus:il of Sir .Tames Hantiea President ot the yV«i-w.Pnrnell Commission, to eon sent to tiie application of Sir Charles ltinncll, CJ.C. for an order to have the bwksoftlie Irifti N-iyal and Patriotic Union pnutucod. in onurt. the whole of the Pdriiellitc memherx, with Mr. Mieliuul Davitt, and t...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 20 July 1889

: ? : ? -- ?? : ' — ~ THE ' ' ' ' ...... ... ... -.„. CELEBRATED ORIENT CLOTHING, FOR ? ? THE MOST ACCURATELY FITTING, DURABLE AND ECONOMICAL, l'ROCUKABLK IN THE COLONY. SHOPPING BV POST. SENO FOR SAMPLES. GENTLEMEN'S FIRST QUALITY SUITS ? 33b 6d „ EXTRA „ „ ? 40s „ SPEGIAL „ „ ? 47s 6d to 50s „ CHOICE WORSTED &c., SUITS ... 60s „ REGULATION SE&GE „ ... 40s „ CHEVIOT „ „ ... 45s „ BLACK WORSTED SAC ? 55s ,' „ „ „ COATS ... 28s 8d ,, ,. „ WALKING „ ... 35s and 39a 6d „ TAY TWEED TROUSERS ??? 10s6dl2a8d 14s6dandl6«M „ „ WORSTED „ ... 15s6dI8s9dandI9a6d „ BLACK ., ,, -» 15i6dl8s6d»ud20s „ „ DOESKIN „ .- 20s P»ttern», Di*gr»m» and direction* for oelf-mearorement sent post Ire* to M pwteof ttw colony. DAVID JONES & COMPANY, ORIE3ST0? OLOTHIEES, Opposite the Geaeral Post Office. GEORGE STREET, SYDNEY^ ? r7V^^n^^|^X^7&«STllH^'M Gout, Bheumatlo I H I I -^1 ? Ikl I ^^M ^S iB I A B ^^^JI-*-Mit an* Gravel: thai I PI Mm Ik ? ????^^?'^J^U^P^^^fcJsarest and most «e...

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