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

Scrims. The directors of ah American railway of the 'slow aud sure' order boasted that there had never been an iiccident on it. ' No,' ; remarked a critic — a, slaveholder in an op position line — ' but once a middle-aged gentleman left one station on it, anil died of old age botorc he reached the next. Ttjis reported that the Chinese Minister at Washington spends more money in telegrams and cable despatches than the Government of tlie United States. His expenditure in telegraphing reaches «.n average of lOOOdol. per week. One day recently he spent 2000 dols. in sending1 despatches to China. Two curiosities in natural histosy are re ported from the North of England. In Fal kirk a cat is nursing a brood of chickens. But this is eclipsed at a fann p-t Trinity Oask, in Perthshire. There a cat which had been deprived of her kittens caught a mouse, which she has now adopted, and is nursing with apparent success. This is the method of execution of William Kemmler, the American by electric...

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

The Land Bill. la the Assembly «n Thursday fl[wc quote from Hunaur.ij Mr. RyrJ? desired to' move That tlie following new cluustMttrtiiii a clause of the bill, to follow clause 19:— jTlmt the freeholder lie {«r mitted to select, n^ivTiTnlilition to hix freehold, any available Crown lands udjoiniu£ his freehold, up to the limit allowed by the act in the case of a con ditional purchaser in the division iu which freehold exists : Provided thateueh freeholder f«t61s the residence and improvement conditions, as required by the act iu thevase of a conditional purchaser-' The object of this clause ivns ti- plaue farmers and others whn had in timiiy cases paid high prices for their Uud iu the same position us conditional purchasers. He uould not sue why a man who had paid i'4, £3, orf 6 an sere for his land, should !« placed in a worse positiou than a conditional pur chaser who had paid only .m. an acre. There were many farmei s in the Braidwood district who h&d purchased land at auc...

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

Weekly Calendar. li,».»i(Uu^l, Day* of j Suu I Sn« Moons JHysofthetteek M^)tll RiBC8 ; ScU. Agc Wmwbdav ? Jnly 24 0 59 5 13 27 TacESOAr ? „ a; 6 59 5 M 28 Jf'niDAT ? 26 -5 58 5 U 29 Satpbp^v ? 27 0 S7 i 5 35 30 Sn.vDAv ? „ as o so : t- io -. Mosbay ? ,,2 0 50 I *- 10 2 foisDAY ? ,, 30 0 55 ! 5 T 3 ? 1 ? 4_ MOON'S j-IIASE. New Moon, July 28, at 10.5 a.tn, The Braidwood Dispatch Slrcnui et Pronperi. WEDNESDAY, JULV 24, 1889.

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

and Elegant designs URUSSBLS CARPK1H Wilton Hie Carpets, Indian Carpets, Turkey Carpets,- Kensington Sgu&rea, 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 arc new, rich, elegant, and distinctive, and suitable for Drawing-rooms, Sitting-rooms, Dining rooms, Hud-rooms, Landings, Stain, We import only the best qualities, and our prices arc no higher than those quoted else where for inferior makes. Hugs, Floorcloths, Linoleums and Matting! in great variety. Patterns, with prices and full particulars, sent post free ou application. We have a large stock of Art, Cabinet and Upholstery furniture always on hand, and wo urn iniikc to any design if required. |)nvf d Join's and Company, PAKI'liT, I'lJUORCLOTH AND ART Furniture Warehouse. /?^ Opposite the (leneral Post Office, 1 I UKUKUE STUEET, SYDNEY. fk (JRATKFUL-COMFORTIN*.;. EPPSS^CbCOA. BP. K A K F A S T. TJY a thorough knowledge of t...

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

Sudden tocatli. '' On Monday last information was brought to town that an old man named Thomas Murphy, but better known by the sobriquet of Murphy, the miBcr, was not at his house. The Rev. Father ?-'Accy, Scntor-cotistablc M'Kcon and Mr. O'Befr wuiit out to look for him at his farm, which is about u raile from Broidwood, at the junction of the Pound Creek with the dellauiatotio Creek. Not (iudiug the deceased at his house the party were proceeding back, when, the body was discovered about 100 yards from the house in his paddock, near seme willows. From the appearance of one of deceased's boobs, which was lying covered with yellow mud some 20 yards from the body, and from the appearance of uomc of the said mud, it would nppcur as if the deceased hail gone nut in tbe dark to the Creek, on the hank of which he must have slipped and lost «nc boot. He probably then lost his way aud got into Mrs. Hogg's paddock, whieh adjoins his, and in (jetting back he may pos sibly have fallen ami cut...

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

LOCAL NEWS. Light for the Coukt House. — It will be re membered by those attending the last Quarter .Ses sions that the last trial was conducted after night fall and almost in the dark, ae the few candles used served only to make the ' darkness visible.' Owing to u communication from Jiia deputy the Shpritf Vinn Runt. a. lfMimKitinn 4.n tlic (^alnnia Architect's Department for a swinging lamp to the Stores Department for the Court House. So that la future if the Courts have to lie held after night there will be plenty of light, which will be likewise available we presume in the not unusual currencc of the jury being locked up all night. In any case the swinging lamp will be an ornament lo the Court House. MuMJimv Creek School.— Sir. Hyrie has re ceived the following departmental letter, which he has kindly forwarded to us for publication : — ' De partment of Public Instruction, Sydney, 18th July, 1889. Sir,— With reference to a letter dated the 18th July instant presented by you at ...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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The War Alarms on the Continent. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 27 July 1889

i The War Alarms on the Continent. I Russian designs in the Balkan Peninsula i are giving rise to apprehension. It appears I to be strongly suspected both iu lJerlin and j Vienna that Russia has entered upon a new j period of agitation. The feeling of distrust was awakened by the Czar's toast in honor of the Prince of Montenegro, and the alarm has been accentuated by the position taken I up in uermauy wun regard to a scheme pro I posed by the Russian Government for the : conversion of some railway preference stock ; j the railways being the Kursk-Chorkoff-Arov ? line, the Kozloft'-Voronej line, and the Oriel j Gri«zi line. The Finance Minister of the I Czar has already entered into negutiatiatious i with several leading banking firms in Berlin, i incluking the Disconto-Gessellschuft, for financing this operations, But^i hitch in | the negotiations arose, and a semi-official ' communication in the North German Gazette pointedly refers to the proposed conversion : plan as an illegal p...

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A French Tragedy. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 27 July 1889

A French Trajtcdy. Most horrible murders have been com mitted not far from Toulouse. Henri Jtou quet, n farm labourer, of about 30 years of ape, had been refused the hand of the daughter of the headman, named Sorris. and had been dismissed. On a Sunday night Uouquet succeeded in making his way unobserved into the bedroom occupied by Madame Serris, her daughter, and :ii- aged farm labourer named Catissinus. The daughter was the only person who, though frightfully wounded, escaped with her life. The murderer first at tacked the young woman, using his knife ; but she to 6ome extent shielded herself. Her mother, waking up, was next attacked, and Caussinus, who tried to protect her, was at once killed with a stab in the heart. Mt. Serris, who slep in the kitchen, hearing the noise, rushed in the room, while his daughter, streaming with blood, fled to a neighbouring house. The struggle continued for a short time between Serris nnd his wife on the one .side, and the murderer on the other. ...

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Select Poetry. THE MEN ARE SO ABSURD. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 27 July 1889

Select Poetry. THE MEN AltE SO ABSURI-. 7 lie men are so absurd, my dear, , The men are so absurd, ; They ninkc mistakes from yrar to year, Tliey Jo — upon my voitl ! AH warnings they will disobey, Ami good advice reject, From friendly signal* turn owny— So what could you exjrect '! Now there is Arabella Drew, The liiccsl girl in town, H«t face is very plain, 'tis true, And likewise is her gown ; She's neat and economical, And loves domestic life, Vet not a lover comes Rt all To choose her for a wife. While pretty, aimjicriug Rosalie, '. Who doesn't know a thing, Has hosts of lic-iux — they say tliat she Keeps twenty on a string ; Ami though she's born without u heart, And is not very wise, Somehow, so well the plays her part, ?She wills the golden prize. Now everybody thought tlmt lieu Was such a splendid catch, !'f would lie the thing if he u.nd Juii Would only make a match ; ? Hilt when he met her lowly niece, Whose visit made a stir, Among the men (they me such geese ') ire lost...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 27 July 1889

Tenders 'Wanted ' TnOR CUTTING and CARTING TIMBER and J- SAWN TIMBER for Constructing u Pain ami Flumes at Hunger, near Nerriga. For particu lars apply to JAMES G. FHASKR, Stone House, : Bttugor. Government Notices. mENDKRS will be received up to noon ou X 3nl AUGUST for Works on the following Roads :— Braidwood to Molongio Captain's Flat to Molonglo Bungendore, via Molonglo, to Queau beyau and Bungendore Roud Buiigendore to Doughboy Hi!! Hoskingtown to Harold's Cross. Specifications may be seen at the Courthouses Braidwood and Buugenilorc. Tenders, endorsed us such with name of road and number of contract, to be addressed to the under eigned. W. F. BUNDOCK, Road Superintendent. Roads Office,. JJrftittwdaa, July 24, 1889. ^Department of Public Instruction ?? . ? Sydney, 24tb July, 1889. . Tenders for New Buildings and Repairs. mENDERS ore Invited for tbe Erection of a New' JL Building and Repairs to the Teacher's Resi dence at Major's Creek Public School, Plans and Specifications ma...

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"The Liquor of Immortality." [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 27 July 1889

' Tlie Liquor, of Immortality' The astonishing statement made by M- ! 13rown-8aquard, Profess ov at the College of | France, successor and continuator of Claud j Bernard at the last sitting of the Academy ? i-( Medicine, has created an iinmence excite- ; ment throughout all the medical world of i Europe, for he declared that he had discove- } red the means of enabling the human race to prolong life indefinitely, as the result of the discoveries he has been enabled to make by his experimental studies of the last 40 veers The Professor says that dissatisfied the results of transfusion he has been exeprimenting with the introduc tion into the circulation of old atmmals of a jiqiiid prepared from portion of the organs of very young animals, principally guinea-pigs of India and Brazil, which he takes from them while alive, mashing them to a pulp in water, ivhich he strain and prepares accord ing to the methods scientifically described in a memoir he has laid before the learned bodv and o...

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The Murder of Dr. Cronin. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 27 July 1889

The Murder of Dr. Croniin The Coroner's jury in the Crunin case re turned a verdict implicating Alexander Sullivan, P. O. Sullivan, Daniel Coghlan, :uul Frank \Voodrufl' as principals in or acces sories to the murder of Dr. Crown. Tlie jury gave a long finding, in which, after de tailing the circumstances attending the dis covery of the body, they said that the evi dence showed conclusively to all minds that a | plot or conspiracy was formed by a number j of persons for the purpose of murdering Dr. j Cronin and concealing his body. Tlie plot or conspiracy was deliberately contrived and crunlly executed. It went on : ?' We have | earful!}- inquii'ed into the relations between j Dr. Crauin and other peisons while alive, in | order to ascertain if he had any (juarrcl or j enmities with any person or poisons, except some of those who are or had been members of a certain secret society known as the i ' United Brotherhood orClan-iia-Uaei.wholmd 1 cause to be instigators or executor.-; of ...

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Nelligen. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 27 July 1889

% JVelllsen. t {VRQtk aVjORRKSPOXDEKT.) - There is nothing much more to report regarding the newly discovered gold rccfa at lieiibremivlln. Creek, near the head oFthe Clyde River, beyond the showing round of fine looking specimens. The prospectors, Messrs. Rixon and Duffy, have sent nbout half a ton of the stone to Sydney as a trial Bamplc to set crushed and we may expect to hear the result in a few days. Mrs. Manning's old mill opposite Nelligen, re cently Harrison's has been purchased by Mr. V. Guy, who is going to remove it to Cock why Creek. He has already a mill at Beuaudra and there is not a great distance between where the new mill is to be erected uud Benandra, which is b. bay to ths north of Bateman'B Bay, where Mr. Guy_ will ship the timber from both mill*, it being his intention to lay down a tramway between them. Mr. Guy is never wanting in enterprise. Mr. Vider » mill at Nclligeu keeps eoinp; on steadily pegging away, employing a good number of hands, as also docs Mr. W...

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CABLE MESSAGES. LONDON, JULY 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 27 July 1889

UABL.B MESSAGES. (From the Sydney Papers.) L0XD0X, Julv 23. The awards have been announced in connection with the wo-il exliiliitj at the Paris KxMiiliitiou. Victoria-.i wools secured two grir.id prisss, four gold medals, imd six silver medals. The mandamus issued a Chief Justice Coleridge, calling udon Air. Julm Ttridge, one of the magist rates ut How-street Police Court, t- show cause for his rirfmal to grant Mr. (!. K. Simms. a uews paper reporter, a summon* agiinst the Duke of Cambridge, foralloged assaults, has beeu dismis sed. It is stated that in tlm recent appointment of Australian (Jovoriiors by Lord Knutsfurd, Secretary -if State for the Colonies', he ho« been guided lejs by a wish to secure person* uf ability for the p bilious than by a bulicf that l'.tc colonies desire to have uoblcuiuu as (Jevcniora. The Kirl of Hopetouu, « ho has ln-un appointed Governor of Victoria, w.vj foiai.il!,' a lulitici! protege of Mr. (Jladstoji .-, b:it seceded to tin: Tories, lvjio hoped to ...

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Parliamentary. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 27 July 1889

Parliamentary. The Assembly on Tuesday resolved itself into Commmittec of the Whole for the further consi deration of the General Post Office (Approaches Improvement) Bill Clause 6 which had been postponed, was now dealt with. This clause gives statutory authority to the Minister to complete the work, with power to Bell as lease the residue of the land. On the motion of Mr. MeMilinn the bill was re-committed, with a view of making an amend ment iu clause 6, so as to make the monetary transnetions iu the bill refer only to the consoli dated revenue, aud not to loan funds. Mr. H. Stephen attempted to re-introduce his amendment to distribute the profits among the owners of the land, but was again ruled out of order. The bill was reported to the House with further amend ments. Mr. Carruthers moved the secoud reading of the bill to establish and endow a college 'for women within the University of Sydney. He adverted to the action taken by a public meeting towards hav ing a college establ...

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The Glenmore-road Shooting Case. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 27 July 1889

The G'eniuore-road Shooting Case. The hearing of evidence for the Crown iu the case against George Dignam and George Johnson, alias ' Scotty,' charged with being concerned with another in shootingat Constable Henry A. Slater at Glenninre-roail, Tftddington, on the 25th of June, was continued at the Water Police Court on Tutu day, Mr. IS. Lee, D. S. 41., being tha adjudicating magistrate. Mr. Hoaley proswuted. Dignam wus defended by Mr. John Herbert ; but Jolmaon was undefended. One of the witnesses, James Dulryinplc, stated that he had beeu threatened and assaulted by some friends of the prisoner Johnson, who had gone so far as to say they would take his life if he appeared against the accused. Cousablc Gallagher, who is well-known in the Brajulwood district, where his parents reside, «nd who'-;., is on the Mine beat-wikn Slater ami who Hves witir him slated that Slater was iu the habit of keeping n revolver. Witness only saw him with one. Could not swear to the revolver produced, a...

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LONDON. THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 27 July 1889

LONDON. TnURSBAV. Speaking at Krenigsburg the German Minister fpr War stated that the feiirs of a European war were unfounded. Ttiere was no prospect that the peace of Europe would be disturbed. The Austrian army has been increased by 9000 men. The dau-na-Gael lias snlit into twa narties in consequence of the murder of Dr. Crou in. . TliVBSDAY LATEK. Mr. Gladstone's golden wedding was celebrated by a great fete' at the National Liberal Club. The-Queen and the Prince of Wales sent their congratulations.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 27 July 1889

£50 REWARD £50 FRAUD & DECEIT. \n order to protect the people from being defrauded and cheated, the American Hop Sitters Company offers the above Reward for the arrest and conviction of '.ny person or persons refilling the American Hop Bitters Company's bottlts, and for selling any j vile nostrum or compound _ as the , genuine and original Dr. Soule's Arneri- j can Hop Bitters, or for counterfeiting | the Gompany's Label — a Bunch of i Green Hops on a White Label, with ' Black Letters. | X-R. SOULE'S AMERICAN HOP * BITTERS -fc MEDICINE, NOT A. ORINK), COXTiLVS HOPS, BKCHV, MAXBRAKE, DANDELION. AKDT1IE PUREST tKD BUST MBBlCil QClUTHlOt JLL OTUm B1TT1B1. THEY CTCTK.B All Diseases of tlie Stomaih. Boweli. Blood, Urer, Kld.iev.and Urinary Organs. Nemnmrew, SlwpleM [Ms, i'etr.olc Cornplaiiiw and Drunkenness. THOUSANDS UPON THOUSANDS!!! ol testimonials of the most wonderful cures, voluo tirily cent us, we -lo not publish them, -us they do no« mLkeUacurc. H ii our medicine. Dr. Scv...

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Anthrax Disease in Cattle. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 27 July 1889

Anthrax Disease in Cattle Some days ago a telegram was received at the Stock Department stating that the cattle at Cowra were dying at the rate of about six a day from some disease which was entirely new, so far as appear - auces were concerned, to alock owners in the district. The Government Veterinarian, Mr. K. Stanley, left from Cowra without delay, and has forwarded a short report, in which he states that the disease in anthrax, commonly known us Cumberland disease. In every case in which Mr. Stanley made a post-mortem examination he found that the beast had died from anthrax. The inspector of stock at Carco&r, Mr. P. L. Smith, was present at the post mortem examinations, and suy« there is no room for doubting the conclusion Mr. Stanley hag arrived at. The diseased cattle belong to Mr. R. Haasall, of Braidwood, having !-rai purchased by that gentleman at the Muiigce salcyards. Tlie drover started from Mudgee with 354 li^i'l, C(i!i?isti:i; of cows und heifers, well bred u...

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OUR TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY FRIDAY 12 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 27 July 1889

— -^^s OUR TELEGRAMS. (FIM1M OCR OWS Ctmmyi'ONDKST). SIDNEY. .FniDAr -12 *. M. At the Homebusli stock sales yesterday 1000 cattle were yarded nud prices advanced fully ten shillings best beef bein/{ worth 23/G per cwt mid best bullocks brought £9 18s, and others from £5, 15,000 6lieep were penned and the market was weaker, best merinos realising 15/2 nnd others from 4/5, In the Assembly laat night after the pre liminary business had been transacted, the Speaker announced the aoceipt of » message from the Council returning the Payment of Members Bill with amendments, which the Speaker, in jm elaborate ruling, pointed out unconstitutional and usurped the rights of the Assembly.

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