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A Desperate Affair. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 20 July 1889

A Desperate Affair. Memiotonk, Monday. — An assault and robbery of the most during description was reported to the ColKiigwood police early on Sunday morning by Stewart Mallinsou, stack and sharebrokcr- of this city. On Saturday night Mnttiuaon, who lives tu Victoria-parade, CoHlngwood on returning home at | 11.40 reached home safely and opened tho gate j leading into the garden iu front of his house. Just as he entered, a man hidden behind the fence sprung j out and seized him by the throat aud threw him j down. Another ruffian came from another direc tion of the garden and both pinned Mallinsou so ' tightly to tlie ground that he was unable to move, j While one held him by the throat another placed his hand in his waistcoat pockets und took three sovcrigus. As sow as the booty was secured the miscreants rel&iseil tlieir victim and attempted to ' escape. Malliusoii, much exhausted with the ill ?{ treatment made an attempt to hold one but wa» ' unsuccessful. However, lie suc...

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

Weekly Calendar. ?n *.t. «? d l-iy*ot Sun ! Shu ] Moods Cysof the Week yijttt]l. RiSCB , Sets. Age Wkovksdav ? July 17 7 3 \ 5 8 20 Thursday ? , IS 7 3 f- 1» 21 Friday ? „ 19 7 2 5 !) 22 Satobday ? „ 20 j 7 2 5 10 23 Sunday ? , 21 7 1 5 11 24 Monday ? „ Mi I1 S 12 25 Tcesdxy ......... „ 23 | 7 0 5 12 2« moon's piia8k. Moon'a lout quarter, July 20, at 5.50 a.m. The Braidwood Dispatch. StntmJ el Pronperd. SATURDAY, JULY 20, 1S89.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 20 July 1889

?. and Elegant designs BRUSSELS CARPETC, Wilton Pile Carpets, Indian Orpcts, Tarkfy Carpets, Kensington Square*, and Tapestry Carpets. We invite attention to those about to fur nish or renew their carpets to our unrivalled stock of these goods. The styles are new, rich, 'elegant, and distinctive, and auitabl« for Drawing-rooms, Sitting-rooms, Dining rooms, Bed-rooms, Landing*, Stairs. We import only the best qualities, and our prices are no higher than those quoted else wliero for lnfer&r makes. Bugs, Floorcloths, Linoleums and Mattings in great variety. 1'atterns, with prices and full particular*, sent post free on application. We have a iarge stock of Art, Cabinet and Upholstery furniture always on hand, and we can make to any design if required. Ifcnvitl Junes and Company, CARPET, FLOORCLOTH AND ART Furniture Warehouse. OpiKwite the General Tost Office, GKORUE STREET, SYDNEY, GRATEFUL-^COMFORTING. EPPSSlJOCOA, .; B R KAKFA S T. T-Y » thorough knowledge of the natural laws...

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Braidwood Police Court. Tuesday, 16th July. (Before Messrs. J. Aldcorn, P.M, J. W. Bunn and J. Wallace.) Furious Riding. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 20 July 1889

Braidwood Police Court. Tuesday, 16th July. [Before Messrs. J. Aldcorn, P.M., J. W. Brnumnd J. Wallace.) TCMODS RIDING. William Parse, apprehended by constable Wren ou Monday evening and remanded on bail, was lined !0s for furious riding in the street. Fitie paid.

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

LOCAL NEWS. m The Day Dawn Accident ITcm— A general meeting of the subscribers to this fuud was hold at Little River on ?Saturday last, Mr. Kenneth Hut chidon, the President, being in the chair. The min tttcs of the previous meeting having been reail ami confirmed, the Secretary, Mr, W. A. Mellen, was called upon to read the balance sheet for tile past half year, which showed the total receipts for that nnriiui BniniinW tn £?-? &R ntiH HlP rf»YJlPllditllMi to £1 2s. Id., leaving n credit balance of £23 Is. lid. There were only two slight accidents in the mine during the six months, the injured persons recei ving »t the rate of £1 per week during their ab sence from work. This is the sum paid for all acci dents occurring in the mine, but should sue!) acci dent terminate fatally the sum of £20 will be han ded over to the deceased man's family. This fund is maintained by a. weekly levy of 6d. on every employee at the mine. When £50 have beeu accumulated the levy will either be ...

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Extraordinary Experiment at the Eiffel Tower. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 24 July 1889

Extraordinary Experiment at tlie Eiffel Tower. At the Eiffel Tower an experiment was performed which produced a, strong impres sion on those present. M. Condamin, in suectin^' engineer of the Exhibition in pre sence of RL Eitlel, M. Snlles, engineer, of the American Jinn of Otis, subjected the Otis lift to n final test before handing it over for public use. The lift, which consists of two compartments, one above tlie other, weighs 11,000 kilogrammes — was raised to a con siderable height. There it was fastened with ordinary ropes, and this done it was detached from the cables of steel wire with which it is worked. What was to be. done was to cut the ropes, and allow the lift to fall, so as to ascertain whether, if the feteel cables were to give way, the brakes would work properly and support the lift. There were twenty -five or thirty persons present. - Two cai-penters, armed Hvith great hatchets (writes the Times correspondent) ascended to the lift _and were ready to cut the cable ...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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A Headless Walker. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 24 July 1889

A Headless Walker. In the second part of his interesting volume, which treats of the decapitation of Innuiin beings, Dr. Love relates the following ot.ranmistfln.'. tnfeen from the archives of the Austrian police office, and relating to an exe cution said to have taken place in Vienna in 1G80 : A well known bandit named j .Schtivenbuvg wits caught* together with four, uf his associates, and they were all condem ned to dentli. They were already on their knees, ready to submit to the fate, when Sohiivenburg addressed the judge, asking that his four companions might be ranged in single file iu front of him nt a distance of eight feet from each 'other. 'If,' he said, ' utter I am beheaded, t cet up find walk to the fii-st of my comrades, will you pardon him V The judge thought he was pretty safe in complying with the request. ' But if I walk up the second, the third) and the fourth, will you parden those also ?'' The judge replied that he would obtain their pur don from the Emperor. The...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 24 July 1889

£1 Reward. T OST from Little River on Sunday week last an _/ IRONGREYandaBROWN HORSE, branded F over J (J reversed). The Brown Mare him n atar on forehead aud branded on off shoulder, while the ron Grey is branded on near shoulder. The above Reward will bo uatd on .delivery to J. FEAGAN, Googouff, Queaubeyau, or 'to J; RICHARDSON, Little River. ? ? ' Tenders. mENDERS'kEQUIREDfor the ERECTION of L .MACHINERY SHED for MAJOR'S CREEK GOLD-MINING COMPANY. Jforiiar. tfulurt apply to the MANAOKK. ^0t»^ ; J ANY Cattle or Horses found TR1CSPASSING on my Purchased -Property after this date will 1ic IMPOUNDED. PATRICK M.CANN. Al',ilK.-i:, Ju'.V l(), !«' 'I. Notice. BR. CJUMMIXfiS now ivAAi* --t ' Ilolteuhinn.' JOHNSTON 8TREKT, ANNANDALE. All coniiminiciitions to lie sonl to that address for the future. Cheap Fares ! TTNTIL FURTHER NOTICE thl FARE to U and.from NELLIGEN AND BRAIDWOOD on ray Mail Coach will be FIVB SHILLINGS EACH WAY. ; B. McCAULEY. Aiistrnlian Mnhial Fire lusurnnc© Society. Cap...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 24 July 1889

;';???; I; ; Funeral. '\ '??:?) TSK Friends of the late THOMAS MURPHY are respectfully invited to uttonrt bis Funeral, to iii'ite from Jiie lute resilience, .JcllaniRtong Crock, at 3 o'clock TO-DAY (Wpdnosdnv). I2..WKWJ, , . Uudortakcr, Braidwood Pound. TO UK SOLD, on THURSDAY, 25th JULY, ut 12 o'clock, a Durham Shorthorn Bull. .Splendid animal. \V. SHARPE, . . Foundkeeper. . Final Notioe. ALL IMiiukBiirithing Debts duo to ine, not puid l-y the 1st .lay t(f AUGUST NEXT, will be placed in the Imiida of my Solicitor for recovery. W. HOWARDS. BliiidttTOid, July 23, 188!). BRAIDWOOD PROTECTION LEACUE. Special Notice. IN view of the probable dissolution of Parliament atul another General Election at an early dnte- when Hie battle between Protection and Freotrade will beag.iiii fotiglit, and in order to consolidate the Protectionist forces throughout the district, the Committee of the above League earnestly request all ijeUeveraiu the National policy who have not iilreodydoneBO to send in...

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The Cronin Murder. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 24 July 1889

Tlie €r»nfn Murder. Tlie Croniii case continues to ntlmvt much attention l-otli in America and England. Alex. Sullivan lias been released to bail of 20,000dol. It lias been agreed tliiit if the -Grand Jury indict Sullivan the bail shall be inci'cnsed, or refused altogether, according to tlie indictment. The Grand Jury con tinues the consideration «f tlie case ii- seoitJt session, going over the isnine ground tin tlie cfiiiMMii' took. Moroney nnd M'Donald — tlie latter sometimes -sii)led as MDougall — tire two men arrested iu New York on .sus picion, have been released on tlie ground that there was no evidence upon which to hold them. Three witnesses who te^tiJied before the coroner's jury in Chicago against the prisoners arrived in Xe«' York' for the jjur of identifying them. Moroney nnd M'Donald ?were pla-ced in a. line with IS other prisoners in the corridor of the city gaol in Chicago. The witnesses wore allowed to separately in spect the. line walking up and down .several times,...

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Select Poetry. THE DEATHLESS SONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 24 July 1889

l Select Poetry. THE 1IE4TULESK SON«. A linger Bang ln't litilc song ' V'rom nil 'die world ajmr : Ho cared not tor n listening throng, But simg hcratiRU his hu'ivt j Was full 'f music as «, bird's, | Ami oftentimes ran o'er His lips in sweet iiml sini)ilo word* Timt none liml beard before. A weary traveller passed thai wiiy, A)i-l lieard tlic cheery strain, It followed him through all tile .lay, Ami lingered in his brain. Ami noiiietimesum liia wny lio sung Tim song Mint uliecrwl biro 6», Till fur iunl wide the echoes rail).; Across the vales below ; Ami 'there, [burning to his song, Ouiglil up its gl«i] refrain, And swittered, sis tlioy went along, Tho blitlitness of its strain. And miMiy Icuvuud the song --f cheer, Ami sang H for liicir own, Till nil Hie w«rl.l grew elml to liwir The mug before unknown. All ! iilllc dreamed the wan who song This little Hiing timt ihiy That he was singing U- l!ie w«rld Wlial proves a deathless lay. Jlis gmvo is green iijhmi (lie iiil! : He lived a...

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Parliamentary. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 24 July 1889

Parliamentary. The Legislative Assembly went into Committee of the Wholti for the further consideration of the Crown Lands Bill at a few minutes past 5 o'clock on Thursday. The postponed clauses were dealt with On the motion of Me. liruuker words were inserted iu clause I, ' Commencement and short title,' to enact that the Act shall come into force on thu first November next. Clause 2. providing for the repeal of certain nectioBs aud portions -i Sectionb of the Act of 188i as set out in the first schedule : clause 4, imbstituting ' Land Court' for ' Minister,' in certain portions uf die 1S84 Act j clause 4, containing the interpretation of terms ; clause fi, providing for the determination of rents, values, &e. ; and clause 7, dealing with appeals, were all agreed to with a few verbal amendments. Clause 11, 1-ela.tiug to the dcterinmiilion of priority of conflicting claims by ballot was discussed at some length. An amendment proposed by Mr. U-uuker was accepted. The clause n...

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CABLE MESSAGES. LONDON, JULY 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 24 July 1889

GABLE MB3SAGE3. ? ♦ ? (From the Syducy IVpere.) . LONDON, July 18. lvoildon wua again thrown into stata of intense txcittjiiient by a report that another liorrible out rage Had boon attempted to-day by the terrible perpetrator of the Whiteehiipsl atrocities. The fact that while the inuueat on tho last victim i» proceeding and while the police were exercising die cjttfiosl vigilnucc in tlie endeavour to catch tbe tnurderci , adds increased horror to the latest deed Tbe fafcts so far kiioirti are that the mail kftoivu aa ' Jack the Ripper'' endcivuured to repeat the out rage ot'Monnesaay last. Tlie scene of the latest crime is at Walworth, a suburb of Lmidon, about two miles from St. Paul's Cathedral and a populous district It appearc tin; m-iu enticed a woan'ii to a retired place iu a similar manner to t'la tin le ad opted in the former instances, aud thnrc euicavo red to mutilate her with a kaifc The woman, however, was too quick for him, anJ, catching « glimpse of the knife as ha d...

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The Rifle Match. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 24 July 1889

The Rifle Match. The first shooting in tbe rifle match aiuougst the members of the Braidwood Rifle Corps was con cluded on Saturday afternoon at the butts on the Little River lload. There were twenty-three en tries altogether, but beyond those given below the scores were ouly email. The highest score off the rifle, it will be seen, was made by H. L. Mater, viz., 73, 31. M. Higgtus coming next with 12. The other shooters being preety close up. With his handicap, however, K. M. Higgins'scoreis brought up tn 'n, aud he is therefore the winner of the first round, and V\~. J. Chapman is second with 75 to his credit. H. L. Mater and C. B. Maddrell are ties for third plave, and we uuderstttud the matter has been referred to the New South Wales Rifle Asso ciation for their decision as to which of the two shall rank third on the list. Tlie conditions of the match were ten shots at each range, the scores of those receiving handicaps being limited in 80 points. The day was beautifully fine, al...

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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 24 July 1889

GENERAL NEWS. The ISovKi-mnenl has decijed to ;-?!-! to tlie al reiul y existing beauties of Centeiini'il i'arlc by the erection of a statue to tlic rirut -jrveruur of the colony — (luvei-nor Phillip. When the Iberia left Sydney for I-indon she shipped five packages containing liuilin i, which were ptaced in sjjecie-nioui. 'I'h is room « as uot again opencil untjjtiie shij) rem-he-1 f/unluu. Jt was tfien fouud tiiat one of tlie Sydney pack -i^cs, conijiniug 5000 sovereigns, was 'missing. Tim iiiiejiu-rooiii was situated iu e portion of the ship to which the passengers hail no access, but the lnuk lias n- sign -if having Ix-'eii tampered wilh. T:ic key was in keeping of the captain, and, as far as he knows, never left his possession. It is supposed, however, that the robbers inust have got bold of the key, taken an impression of it in wax, and got a dupli cate made. Some of the sailors deserted at Hobart __*i.i-r» =.?,?» sjsp desertions atwUmr portions which the vessels toucCed «.«-!...

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A Murderous Assault. Melbourne, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 24 July 1889

A Murderous Assantt. Melbourne, Friday. A man giving the uian of Win. .Smith, .of the 'sundowner' type, called vt Warranook'station on Wednesday evening, asking for work;- He was givcu food and a bed for the night, Yesterday afternoon he had an altercation with one of the em ployees. He then went to the men's hut, seized a meat chopper, and while the men were at tea attac ked a Chinaman, giving him a fearful blow au the batk ni the head and across the cheek, causing very deep wounds. T. Cook, a mail with only one leg interfered; and .Smith dealt Mm terrible blows on the head and shoulders while on the ground, striking mm repeatedly across tbe neck with the back of the weapon. He then dropped the wea pon aud made for the homestead. Seizing auotuer chopper from the kitchen he rushed through the hall of the house, where he was confronted by Mr. Ayrey who presented a. revolver at him and ordered Jiini to throw up his arms. The man cried 'Don't shoot me.' He was then secured A messenger ...

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LONDON. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 24 July 1889

LONDON. Monday. 80,000 Russian troops are being massed at Tidies and Erivun, two strategic points on the Russo-Turkish frontier. This is causing lie Porte great uneasiness. , j. The Dervishes have advanced upon i Matuka. All the available British troops at Cairo have been ordered to proceed to Assouan to reinforce the garrison. Mr. Parnell intends to make an application to the Commission to extend the scope of its inquiry into the origin of the Pigott for geries. ?'.„.; :.'',? Lateh^ The special committee of the House of Commons recommends 'that the Prince of Wales be granted a yearly additional allow ance of £36,000 in lieu of tmy further grants to his children. '.,-. ?? . ?: \ ' -_^ ?. A terrible disaster has occurred iu the English Channel. Tim ships Lufra and Bondevinin collided, when the latter caught fire and gnvdaally .filled and stink. The \Lufra's crew fearing nn explosion took to the (boats. Severn! lives were lott,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 24 July 1889

£50 REWARD £50 FEAUD & DECEIT, In order to protect the people from beine defrauded and cheated, *«ie American Hop Bitters Company pffiiw the above Reward for the arrest *ntt conviction of 'fiy person or perww refilling the. .American Hop Bittfi Company's tob\t»-ssr and *bf selltng «»y vile nostrum or compound as the genuine and original Dr, Souie's Ameri can Hop Bitters, or for counterfeiting the Company's Label— * -fiunch »T Green Hops on * White Ubt\, wHh Black Letters. DR. SOULE'S HMERICBN HOP * BITTERS (A MEDICINE, NOT A DRINK), CQHtttltt HOPS, BWCHU. MAN»»AKB. DAXDELION. ASBTUEPuMM «» BUT HlDICit QWUTIUOT tlb OTHM BlRIBi. TBt«'5r OWEHB AH DteMM ol *e Etom^. ^«l». »«* W«J. Kldntvs and Urinary Organs, NerroiMiie»»- bimjmw» neu. Female Complaint* *nd BrunkemMM. THOUSANDS UPON THOUSANDS!!! d testimonials o« the roost wonderful cures volon feri? Wnt u., « do not puMteb them, u toty dtr t»t MO OTHER CEHUIHE. TAKE HO OTHER. TTOUSEHOLD & FAMILY DRAPER* Shopping 'by Post...

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Protection versus Freetrade. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 24 July 1889

Protection versus Freetrade. Tuc followiug appears as a letter iu the .¥. M. lhrold :— As a constant reader of your valuable paper, may I be permitted to trespass on your space to endeavour to place before the eyes of the public points which I cannot help thinking our present legislators for reasons of their own, have cast a nebula in oculis ririmn. The great cry at the present time is that money is scarce, and eni»lovmcut difficult to obtain. An.! wUv I uaL- ' Is it not for tlie very obvious reason that no men of commercial capital, aptitude, and ability for busi ness, dare, in the present fiscal policy of thu Uo vernmeut to be bo venturesome as to commence large commercial enterprises which, if existing, would give employment to those in Sydney and country districts who are at present so sadly in need of menus of support uot only for themselves but for those solely dependent upon their exertions. New South Wales, is a colonial depeudcucy of Kng land who, with her immense manufactu...

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OUR TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY. TUESDAY 11.30 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 24 July 1889

OUR TELEGRAMS. ..- ? « ? : ? : (FROM OCR OWN ClIRREiPONDKNT). SYDNEY. Tuesday 11. 30. p.m. At the Homebush stock sales yesterday 720 cattle were yarded and jiricss were slightly firmer, best builooks averaging £11 18s. and others from £5. 5600 sheep were penned and the market was jlull, best merinos fetching 17/2 and others from 8/4. The half ?yea'rly report of the Australian Joint Stock Bank shows a net balance of ifi5.7OO. a, dividend Ims been declared of 15 percent and £10,000 carried to the re serve fund. The Government have finally decided upon the Hyde Park route for the city railway ex tension. Dr, Garran, M.L.C., lias been unanimously elected President of the Free Trade and liberal Association. A large number of re presentative gentlemen were elected mem bers of Committee. A resolution was car ried urging upon the Government the neces sity of carrying out their pledges of tariff reform at the earliest possible moment. Ths latest news from the coastal districts confirm the in...

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