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Switzerland and the Great Powers. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 27 July 1889

Switzerland iind the Great Poivers. Tde Russian and Austrian Minister to Switzerland had a conference recently with Dr. Droz, Chief of the Swiss Foreign Allaire | Department, on the subject of the mainten- ? ance of foreign police agents in Switzerland j which is notoriously the asylum of revolu- I tionaries of all nations. It is believed (a ; Berne telegram says)* that the Italian Minis- i ter intends raising the smne question, and the inference is therefore drawn that the Powers interested are taking concerted action in the matter. The, reprisals with I which Germany has threatened Switzerland j in the event of the latter failing to give I satisfaction for the expulsion of the German ! police officer Wohlgemut would partake j principally of the nature of more stringent police regulations on the frontier and econo mic retaliatory measures. - i A well-known Anglican divine, a dignitary of the Church, was golfing on the St. An- j drew 'a links, and, like every one else, got into trou...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 27 July 1889

Ilorsford's Acid Phosphate. A Tonic and Foof For the overworked brain and muscles.

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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Weekly Calender. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 27 July 1889

Weekiv ftatanitar. n,.,.«/(i._ «? l. Daysof Nun I Sim Moons D*y»oftheU«ck Mo-»1|tIl Rjses Se(8- Age_ W-uwuiiay ? Jnly 24 C 59 5 13 27 TEonsBAT ? „ 25 6 5-.) 5 U 28 Friday ? „ 2fi « SS 5 14 29 Satdkdav ? „ 27 0 57 5 15 30 Sunday ? 28 -- M '- 16 k. Monday ? 2 6 30 5 10 3 Xoeidav ? „ 30 « j.» ! 5 7 3 ? I ? 4_ moon's phask. New Moon, July 28, at 10.5 a.m. The Braidwood Dispatch StrennJ et J'ronperS. SATURDAY, JULV 27, 1889.

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 27 July 1889

and Elegant designs BRITSSfilitTcARPETS, Wilton Pile Carpets, Indian Carpets, Turkey Carpets, Kensington Squares, au-t Tapestry Carpets. We invite attention to those about to fur nish or renew their carpets to our unrivalled atock of these goods. The styles are new, rich, elegant, and distinctive, and suitable for, Drawing-rooms, Sitting-rooms, Diniug rooms, Bed-rooms, Landing*, Stairs. We import only the best qualities, and our prices arc no higher than those quoted else where for inferior makes. Rugs, Floorcloths, Lluoleums and Mattings in great variety. Patterns, with prices and fall particulars, sent post free on application. We bare a large stock of Art, Cabinet tnd Upholstery furniture always on hand, and we can make to any design if required. Dnviil Jones and Company, CAKl'KT, FLOORCLOTH AND ART Furniture Warehouse. H OliiH'site the Central Post Office, I I GMURUE STREET, SYDNEY. U GRATEFUL-COMFORTING. EPPSS^COCOA. BREAKFAST. pV a, thorough knowledge of the natural laws _D wh...

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Captain's Flat. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 27 July 1889

€aptaiu's Flat. (FROM A COBnESPOKbKST. j Mining operations are being curried on briskly, and by current reports of the new find in the Koh i-noor Company's claim of a gossan lode, which they have driven across for 14 feet and have uot yot to the full extent of width up to date, there is no doubt that tlie mineral recources of Captain's Flat are en the ascendant, thereby inducing a large population to settle ou the field, a? evinced by the additional business and residential buildings which arc l-eing erected. This place, I may say, is divided into two sepa rate towns, viz. , Newtown Mid Bogtown. lam greatly afraid there may be a deal of jealousy exist ing between them, tlie fact of which time will tell, although why such n feeling should exist I am unable to say, for if any good can conic of the ef forts of nu energetic Progress Committee to pro mote the prosperity of the place at large it must liu benciicial to hotli parties. The lirst public meeting was held at Forrester's Hull on...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 27 July 1889

LOCAL NEWS. The Miser's Koskhau — The funeral of Thomas Murphy, the miser, who was found dead near his residence off the (jileiiniore-road, took place ou Wednesday. ISesidcs the driver of the hearse not a solitary individual attended it. In a small way the death of this miserable old curmegudgeon points a, moral which in well worthy of bearing in mind as showing what uousequeuces may result cveu iu this world from too great a fondness for filthy lucre, for filthy it is indeed when it is the cause of such pen ury and debasement as this old fellow was dragged into with the miserable termination of Jus worth less life. We leavn from those who visited thu hut where he lived that it was one of the filthiest places ever a man put his head in. His bed was made up of old bags and old clothes which lie had begged in the town. All the trace of victuals that coma be seen about the place was a piece of damper us hard as Bint, besides a small quantity of flour in a, box. The land which lie owned...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 27 July 1889

GENERAL NEWS. At a meeting held at Singletou, the speakers condemned the apathy of the Government iu not providing for the comfort of the aboriginals, and it was arm-ted that in that district not long since eight natives died from the effects of starvation and exposure. ^ JCue Premier of Victoria has written to the Governor of that colony pointiiu; out that in his opinion it is the wish of the whole of the Australian continent that Western Australia should be granted a constitution. A selector named Webster, residing at tlie junc tion of Oakey Creek and the Stanley River (Q. ), has been drowned while trying to escape from the roof of bis house, whither lie had] been driven by the flood. A young man who wus in March last run into by a passing train nt Perth lias, recovered £850 iu an action for damages which he entered against the Western Australian Government. Some of the plasterers employed at the Cen tennial hall on Tuesday ceased work, in consequence of a dispute in the respect o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 31 July 1889

£5Q REWARD £50 PEAUD & DECEIT, j In order to protect the people from | being; defrauded and cheated, the j American Hop Bitters Company offer; ? the above Reward for the »rrest ana I conviction of n.ny person or persons refilling the American Hop Bitters Company's bottles, and for selling any vile nostrum or compound as the genuine and original Or. Soule's Amen- I can Hop Bitters, or for counterfeiting the Company's Label -a Bunch oT Green Hops on a White Label, with Black Letters. r-R. sour-E'S AMERICAN HOP ♦ BITTERS (A MEOICINE, NOT A DRINK). CONTAtKB HOPS. BWCMU, MANDttAKB, WATVWEMON. Aso ms Purkm akd Bht Mbuiou. Qoiunu or all otuir Oirritu. THEY CSU3Et3ES j All Diwascs «! Uic Btoimch, Btnreta, Blood, Llrer. K idncyaand Urinary Organs, Ncrrousness, SlwiilMs new, f-etr.al« Complaints and DrunkennesB. THOUSANDS UPON THOUSANDS!!! ol testimonials ol the -no»t wonderful cures, voUin ETmt one lot «nv disease amU»r to theif own if cant i by Dr. Soule'e American Hop Bitters. NO O...

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Braidwood Land Board. TUESDAY JULY 30th (BEFORE A. O. MORIARTY (CHAIRMAM) AND J. W. BUNN ESQRS.) [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 31 July 1889

Brnidwood Land Board. Tuesday July 30th. (Before A. O, Mobiabtv (Chairman) akp J. \V. B»KN KSQRS.) Walter J. Lewis, portions 163 ftttd 164, improve ment purchase parish Klringtou. Recommended iPWtraam StyleB, 100 tcfefi' conditional' purchatev parish,' Meangora and 300 acres conditional lease Jonnfmeii, rent of lease 3d per acre. ' Isaac, Baasingthwaight, 120 acres C. P. pariah Warn' postpotred from lost Court lor further in quiry as to residence. Mr. Fell appeared tor anWtor. and a number of witnesses cave evidence u to cantinuuitt residence on the part of selector. The selection was passed. I. B. lioggikgthwalght, 146 acres conditiona lease. Abandoned and recommended for forfeiture. Charles Crown, 128 a. 2 i. C. P., parish of Ben dornMr. Man ton visited thesclcctionindccemberand found a good two rail fence round the C. P. and a five and nix wire fence round the leased load. The Court considered the improvement sufficient, but instructed applicant to make his dcclarlion which he ha...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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Scraps. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 31 July 1889

Scraps, .During the past twenty-five years the Queen's cattle from the ' royal farms at Windsor have taken no fewer than 417 prizes and commendations. There arc now four herds of pure-bred cattle on the Shaw and Fleming farms, numbering 157 beasts ? shorthorns, Jerseys, Hereford and Devons. The Queen has also herds of shorthorns and Jerseys at the Osborne Home Farm, and there is si magnificent herd of the pictur esque West Highland cattle in the park there ; and at Balmoral (on the royal farm at Abergeldi) tliere is a very choice herd of Aberdeen-Angus cattle. The descendants of Murat have brought an action agniust the Italian Government to recover the sum of 50,000,000 francs, or ?C-2,000,000 sterling, the present calculation of the property of Joachim Murat, King of Naples, whose goods and chattels were con fiscated after his capture in Calabria and his execution in 1815. The action will shortly come on before the courts, but the plnintin's do not intene to press their claims if t...

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The Assembly and the Payment of Members Bill. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 31 July 1889

The Assembly aud tiie Payment of Members Kill. In thr Assembly on Thursday Mr. Speaker re ported the receipt of a message from the Lcgisla lative Council returning the Puynieut of Members' Bill with amendments. He had looked over those amendments, and he felt it Has his duty to call the attention of the House to the fact that the Legis lative Council had tuude tmltstautial amendments in the bill, anil in doing so had acted unconstitu tionally. He quoted at great length from the pre cedents on the subject, and referred to the decisions 'that had heen given iu New Zealand uud Queens laud, as well as by previous Speakers in tliat House. He left the matter iu the bunds of the House. .Sir Henry Parkes moved that the Hill be laid aside, uml was cheered from all uarts of the House, He said he had opposed thebill, but under the present circumstances it had assumed -|uite a uew character. He movud this xn'tli the intention of asking the House to pass through all its stages in one sitting ano...

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Cronin Condemned us a Spy. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 31 July 1889

I'rouin Condemned us a Spy. Chicago, June 21. — The sensation in the Cronin case is a circumstantial report that the authorities have information showing that a committee of Camp 20 of the Clau-na-Gael jitter a forma! trial, found Cronin guilty of being a British spy. The charge was that Croniii, under sruise of endeavourinor to ex pose the alleged malfeasance of Alexander Sullivan, Michael Boland and Denis Feeiy, was in reality attempting to bring about'a. public investigation of the work and ac counts of the oider, for the information of the British Government and the London 'J'iiims commission. It was shown that the exposure of the workings of the order which are necessary in order to refute Cronin's charges would furnish to the London Times all the information M-hieh it had despaired of obtaining lsy the appointment of a Govern ment sub-commission iu America. Cronin's mana-uvres, it was also pointed out, whatever his motives, would help to ensure the ex tradition of every man wh...

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The Land Bill. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 31 July 1889

The Land Bill. On the amendment of Mr. Lyiie to recommit the bill previous to its third rending for the purpose of throwing more land nncn to settlement in the Cen tral Division Mr. Hyne «nid (we quote from Han sard) : — It it not my intention to vote for the rc recommittal of the bill, because I think that the sooner it in disposed of the better will it be for the country and this House, I rise simply to outer my protest against what I consider the unfair ami hii met manner in which a certain deserving class of tlie community arc to lie treated under this bill. No farmer or holder of a freehold who has giveu a considerable price for his land, and who has Crown landB adjoining his homes tcad.iB allowed to nmkeany addition to that homestead from those lands. The .Secretary for Lands opposed the clause which I desired to introduce dealing with tliis question. I asked the hon. gentleman u he could give mr any reason for opposing it, but he either could not or would not. My desire is to...

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A Terrible Story. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 31 July 1889

A Terrible Storv. The 8aii Uernardino Courier says : — San Bernardino has been the scene of one of the most horribly sad affairs that the people here have ever had come under their notice. A poor woman literally starves to death. .Several weeks ago her husband left for Washington Territory, in search of employ ment, leaving his family destitute, and since (lien had sent no word t© them. The poor lady, for she was a liidy, refined, educated, .-iiid cultivated, did the best she could to earn a Jiving for herself and four little children, endeavouring to get plain sewing to keep body and soul together. She succeeded for a while, but many a night went hungry in order that hi.T children mijjht have enough to sus Jife. This could not go on for ever, and the wearied, am! stnrved body drooped, and finally she took to her bed. Possessed of a proud spirit, she preferred to starve and die, r.ither than receive charity from the world. AY hen her condition was finally discovered, 3)r. liuwcll wa...

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A Terrible Experience. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 31 July 1889

A Terrible Experience. Port Macqi-arik, .Saturdny.— Tliieemllnis Troin the_ ketch Lady of Lome which was ioat neai the Solitary Islands lost week, arrived here by steamer from the Bellinger. The mate, Samuel liildu-in, state that the k.-tch had tak™ slitter in Ti-kl Hay when an easterly gelc set in' nud she «-as compelled to put to sea. Through the night the gale was something terri6e, the like of which he had never experienced before on this coast, ami at daylight on Friday morning they found themselves near the rocks inside the Solitary. An attempt was made to gut her about and go to sea again, but without avail, and the ketch struck the beach, the sea being exceedingly rough. After abuut an hour the vessel was broken to pieces, the deck mid masts bejutg washed away. She then lay about 30 yarns *wn main-land, and the matejnmped into the sea. £\fter a great battle against the current he was carried ashore in a completely exhausted utate. He was picked up by several onlookers who li...

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strange Scenes in an Irish Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 31 July 1889

Strange Scenes in mi Irish Police Court. From Yuughal some extraordinary scenes are reported in the police court in connection with the prosecution of Plan of Campaigners on the Ponsonby estate. Nine prisoners wi;iv. placed in the dock, and while waiting ) the magistrate's arrival they amused them selves by singing 'God save Ireland.' Two of them then produced clay pipes, and smoked away, Hie police while protesting not inter fering. On the magistrates appearing, the order ' Hats olV' was given, but the prisoners refused to comply, and the police had to re move their hats by force. A lively scene at once ensued between one of the accused and tlie magistrate. The prisoner said he was tliere under protest and would not recognise the Court one way or the other. The magis trate : Sit down, sir. 'I do not recognise this Court.' The magistrate: If yon insult the Court I will order you to find securities. Tin- prisoner : ' I wish ro apologise to the ladies and gentlemen present, for not ta...

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Parliamentary. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 31 July 1889

Parliamentary. In the Assembly on Thursday Mr. Crick pointed out that the Railoay C-otmnissoners were settftu' the railway policy of the jouutry. Members now had to go on their kueea to those three almi'hu gentlemen, who were entirely irresponsible. Mr. Copeland objected to the system of differential railway rates which the iiovenimeut had instituted iu opposition to the northern river steamers. These differential rates nroduce.l the anomaly that it paid people at Walcha teeem) their goods ou to Glen limes, and theu pay tlie curriuge back to \\ alcha, rather than pay the rate charged direct to Walcha. Mr. Toohey contended that the Railway Commissioners were never intended to have anything to do with the coustructfc.u of the railways, but only with their management. Sir Henry Parkes said the Commissioners were not personally to blaiiie. It was true that the ob ject of the Act mi* to confine their labour to the management of the State property iu railway*. The only authority for askin...

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One Hundred and Fifty Prisoners Become Catholics. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 31 July 1889

One Hundred nnri Fifty Prisoners Become l^itlutlics. For the first time in the history of the St»te!.Penitent.iftry (says the. Altu California) convicts -wrene confirmed to the Catholic faith t-n Sunday, June 23, iu the chapel at San Qnentin prison. Great preparations had ! been made for this ceremony, as no less than ISO penitent prisoners wore to receive con- : jirrtiirlioi), and nearly ns many more the first holy communion. At an early hour in the morning the chapel was crowded with con victs, about COO being seated and several hundred standing in the rear. The interior of the chapel was fitted up to advantage, was the handiwork of Henry Conway, a de vout prisoner, and %vns greatly admired. He hud boautifuily decorated the altar with potted flowers, while on the wnll behind were wreaths sind boijuets. Just behind the crucifix was n large cross of white roses. Jt vt.-ik after 10 o'clock before the Archbishop put in an appearance. Ky this time more than a dozen visitors had mingled...

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Weekly Calendar. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 31 July 1889

Weekly Calendar. »* ,it «i. i I Days of Snn ! Shu Moons Daysof the Week Mo-;au UjBOii sct«. Age. Wisdkksiiav ? Jnly 3l fl C'- ', S 18 * TnunsiMV ? Aug. 1 6 54 ? 6 18 5 Friday ? , 2 6f.r,5 1 6 Satmidav ? „ 3 -'- 52 C- 20 7 Sunday ? „ 4 0 51 5 20 8 Monday ? , 5 j 6 50 5 21 9 Tuesday ? „ 6 0 50 5 22 0 moon's miasg. Moon's fiirst quarter, Aug. 4, at 1 1.32 p.m. —The Braidwood Dispatch l''1 Slreiiivt et Prosper^, .?- : WElffiSEDAY, JULY 31, 1889.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 31 July 1889

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