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

LOCAL NEWS. Accidkkt at Majok's Creek.— On Thursday afternoon Mr. OavM Heazlett, who was ttorkiugat the bottom of one of the shafts aupplyiug atone to Mertou and Co's miue was observed Uy the top man (although the shaft was 120 feet deep) to be knocked down. He was brought up and found to have sustained an injury to the shoulder. It is supposed that a piece of clay had accidentally fallen down the shaft and the impetus of the fall hud caused tbe injury. Heazlett ie getting on well, we tan n since, and will soon be all right again. The incident shows how exceedingly care ful those about the top of the shaft should lie, although we do not for a moment insinuate that the accident in this instance was due to a waut of care. Littlk RrvER. — The Manager of the United Miners' Gold Mining Company reports : — Since my last report we have cleared off top of shaft and re lodged it for 7ft. and erected the brace ; we have also stripped the shaft down for 43 ft. aud fresh timbered it for 30 ft. ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 31 July 1889

: The completion of the laborious work of getting the Land Bill through the Assembly ' speaks well for the Minister in chra-ge of it and the House in general for the care and attention bestowed upon it. The measure throughout has giveu large concessions to all classes of landholders— the pastoral lessees of the Eastern Division excepted, the re sumption of their lands being an abosolute public necessity for the purposes of settle ment. To the squatters of the Central and Western Divisions the bill 1ms, however, been remarkably liberal, though for what reason is not so exactly apparent, beyond the too common practice, all the world over, of greasing the fatted sow. Whatever the squatters of the Eastern Division may have to complain of those of the two other Divi sions may congratulate themselves upon coming out of the scramble so fortunately. They are well aware of this, and, having gained their ends by their able dealing, they stowed on the third reading of the bill that they were d...

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

A Texas Episode. An incipient race war commenced between the blacks and whites in Bastrop County, 20 miles from Austin on June 24. At the last election the negroes in Cediw Park prc cinct elected a justice of the peace and a constable, both ignorant cornfield negroes. Alf. lAfcten, a white man, went to a negroe's cabin to expostulate with him for sending iiiRiilt.innr mp.KKMm'K trt Innisnlf iinrl 1uk wif/* For this he was arrested by the negro con stable and brought before the negro justice for trial, Litteii, wishing to step outside the court a minute, asked permission. His lawyer said 'yes,' the negro constable said 'no.' Disregarding the latter, Litten star ted, when the negro fired, killing him in stantly. On this, n desperate tight commen ced. The black fellows present delivered a perfect volley of bullets, and when the smoke cleared' away mid the tiring ceased, it whs found that three white men were killed and three badly wounded ; a negro had also been killed by p. stray bull...

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

A Tragic Occurrence. A sensational murder Jind attempted sui cide occurred on June 22, in Lambeth, almost under the shadow of the palace of the Arch bishop of Canterbury. Nut Currah last year confided his daughter to the care of George Letine, otherwise known as Goring, the manager of the Letine Acrobatic Troupe. Miss Currah was young, beautiful and a skilful performer on the bicycle. Some months ago the father was led to believe she was abused by Letine, aud had him charged at Cardiff with cruelty to his girl. The gii-J returned home, and died there a month later with consumption. The unhappy father brooded over the circumstances mid became insane. Meeting Letine outside Lambeth Hull on the date above mentioned he at tacked him with a knife, stabbed him to deat-U, and then attempted to blow out his own brains. He was picked up writhing but not fatally injured, from beside his vic tim's corpse. He raves continually of his daughter's wrongs, and declares he is glad they are avenged.<...

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

liONDOII. Tuesday. General Ferron formerly, Minister for War in France, deposed that tlie deficiency in the public funds which General BouLan ger is charged with embezzling amounts £5,500 Thfe -election for the Consul General of France us prbcee3i»ig. General Boulanger, who was nominated as a candidate in four hundred divisions, has been elected for twelve places and defeated in sixty others. -' A' disastrous cyclone has occurred in Southern Hungary, twenty one miles along the banks of the Danube. A large number of houses aud churches were swept away with serious loss of life. A ferry boat at-Pesth, crowded with passengers, was car ried away aud a hundred persons drowned. ,'-'.????? ? -' : ,???'?? Late_b Tlie Hoji. Jits. Wliite's Derby ropreseutatives have arrived at Gibraltar in splendid condition. The AmericauB have seissed the Canadian »vlmoner Biauk Diamond in Behring Scaforticspaseinc. While piactiiiiog on the Thames Searle c-olluled with a four-oared boat liut esoaped injury. ...

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OUR TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, TUESDAY 11.15 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 31 July 1889

OUR TELEGRAMS. (FKOM OCK OWN UOUUKsroMJliNT). SVONEV. Tuksimy 11.15 i\.v. 'At the Homcbush stock sains yesterday (63p*attle \v»re -yarded mid best huHocks ,lirmightrJ&amp;8 10s ? M, and ..others from £0 3s. '&amp;i($Q sheep were penned mid prime was a shade dearer, best merinos fetching 15s 9cl. aud others (roin 8s. 6d. The Premier is determined to proceed to night with tiie Payment of Members Bill No 2.. Considerable anxiety is entertained as to , how. far the other raeiubers of tlie Cabinet !?? will go with the Premier in the present cri sis; ; ? ' The ^Victorian Rail way Commissioners Jiavp abandoned, their claim to the money found *t AVilliduiBtown. The amount wiil be handed over to tho Orient Co. s Stonewalling on the representation bill re commenced yesterday in the New Zealand House of representatives. Speaking at Waverley last night the * Miuister of Mines said the revenue of the ^ current month would be about ,£100,000 over the corresponding month of Jast year. Some...

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

Tlic Aristocratic Itinglnr. ' A Counterpart of ' the aristocratic burglar'' yfab 'occupies bo prominent a pnvt in the \idratna, 'The Silver King,' has turned up in Paris case (says the correspondent of the Lo» Daily Telegraph) is full of sensational ele ments, among the witnesses at* the beai-evs rot some of the noblest names in France. The cupnt, Jeannolle, alias (Joime «e Mai-saii, 1 in a new Cai-touclie, and although lie did not | act in the bold and high-lmiided manner of ; the notorious Paris brigand of the eighteenth ceutury, his victims were us numerous and ? as well-born. Cartouche had a band of ISO men under him. They were all low rascals recruited from the slums, and with them Cartouche plundered the houses of persons j whoso servants were not numerous enough to ' defend theirproperty. Jeaiuiollealso worked I .- wiUi a band, but tliey were the llabifc Noirs. j ''.brigands in evening dress,' mid their weap- ? om were delicately-fashioned but effective j 'jemmies.' Jciwnolc ...

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

WAMlil!), at bnce,:QBNJinAL SERVANT. Apply to Mrs. MORONKY, ; Wallace-Street. Grocery Department. *~ XTTHlLET'HAJfKIKG out, , imwcrous Frkuds YY for' their sUppoit Mill appreeistjon of our REFOf^' PRiCES, and also iov tli u wayhiwliieli uiauy have waited patiently ±o be akcuded to {cepecially -m Satur days) we bee to state, that we Iinvc engaged the ?ervleeaof 3tlB*,-}K,--H.' 3)0WKLL,;fcr some yenre Grocerut tlie l'lt* Ttude Stores, ami- now will be aWe to attend tfi Grocery Orders ..with -HJICK- NESS AK1) UiSPATCU. ' . , , We Buy produce of every kind for Cash, Aud »re aJwuy* opeji t« give tlie .; ' HigHeet Prico for Butter. -ar\Ve wiuia'Hwukftll b.CALLlSEVEn.V.SA.1' URUAY aiid SEE WHAT.' IS 0,0R PRICK TOR IJUTTKft,' cj-en ff tiicy do «ot:Jeav6 it with yis. We KKVJ6B' lURUMBLE AiJOUI YSK QUAM'WTV j wUettieiv lib. or 100U». it's ill' the name. We tako the tAtt. GRftCIE AWNEVILLE. FREE TRADE STORES. Spec/a/ Home, 'Die Humorous constituents of iiie inuicr Kigm-d mill tlio pubjjo gonmv...

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(TO THE EDITOR OF THE DISPATCH.) [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 31 July 1889

t* . ? . tW- TUB EDITOR OP THK DISfATCH.) Sir,— I notice from jour paper of 24th instant that ' the Koh-i-noor furnaces were shut down on ?Saturday last for wrntofcoke' which statement is injurious, besides not being the truth. The facts are these, one furnace was lit up on the 9th inst. and has been running continously since— the second furnace was lit on the 15th inst., and has hoeti running continuously siuce. We have &amp; very fair stock of coke on hand ; the botli furnaces are at present working well, and over 30 tons of bullion lias been obtained since the 9th inst. I hope and believe you will see the justice of cor recting the false Hlutanent referred to. Vouch Faithfully, W. G. R0D1M. Manager, Kuh-i-itoor Mine. (We ret'ret that we were misinformed. Our ob ject iu noticing the abort supply uf coke was to back up the endeavours which hivu been niwlo to get the roiips put in better condition, as we pointed out that this was the cause of tho supply running short. -Ed. B. I)...

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

Original Correspondence. [It must be distinctly understood that we do no hold onraclveB re«poi»iblo for the opinions ex pressed by our correspondents.]

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CABLE MESSAGES. LONDON JULY 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 31 July 1889

CABLE MESSAGES. (From the Sydney Papers.) LONDON On.y 23. In retail to the report of of tliu select commit tee of the House »i C.imniona upon the question of allowances to f riuue Albert Victor am! Princess Louis of Wales ujvhi their repcctivesettlunieut and marriugu, Mr. Henry L ibonchure li;n In ivoil that iu the opinion uf the HoiHeVif Commons the funds at thedispo^ilof tils yuaeu him ttdccjuite t:i support provision for h«i- SUjeaty'i gi-Hiulchildruu ; other wise, her M.ikstv should economise out uf tier household expanses. Tue extreme Kudical wing support Mr. LuJxiuchers. ..?', ? _. - A majority of the P-tmellitus will aiugp'orl Mr. Gladstone and the Kiiht Ho.i. W. H. Smith, First Lord of the Truistii-y, in the compromises sugges ted by the relict of Hie select committee. Air. John Morluy movus an nimaiilnrent in oppo sition to the giant of any nrtinty, unless it i« ugiveil that there shall lie no further uppliuitionaof a simi lar nature. July 26. In the house of Giuunons last ...

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

GENERAL NEWS. Hollowuvy's Ointment and Pills. — Counsel for the delicate. — Those to wliom seasons of change able temperatures ure protracted periods of trial should seek the earliest opportunity of removing all obsttwleto good liejiltli. This cooling Ointment, per ?jeveriugly rubbed upon the skin, is the most reliable remedy for overcoming all diseases of the throit and chest. Quiusey, relaxed tonsils, sore throat, swollen Mauds, ordinarv catarrh, und bronchitis. usu&amp;Uv nre* vailing at this season, maybe arrested as soon as dis covered, and every symptom banished by Holloway's simple and effective treatment This Ointment aud Pills are highly commended for the facility with which they successfully conquer influenza ; they allay in an inincredibly short time the distressing fever and teasiug cough. — Adv. The Queensland sugar returns for the year ended March last show that the production amounted to 34,0^2 tons, a decrease of £1,937 tons as compared with the returns for the p...

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Making a Night of it. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 3 August 1889

Making a Kight of it An amusing anecdote is related of George Honey, the actor, who some years ago, while on a tour in the provinces, had taken lodg ings in a house on the outskirts of a town. Soon after retiring he wns awakened by a fluttering noise, as of a bird, around the curtains. He sprang up, struck a light, and aaw a small dark creature with wings blun dering about the room. Not being well versed in. natural hsstory he did not recog nise it as a bat ; but thinking it a queer kind of bird, he resolved to catch it, if pos sible and examine it by daylight. So lie took his felt hat and attempted, for a long time in vain, to capture the intruder ; but at length lie pounced upon it, carefully re moved it from his hat with his hand, shut it up in ft drawer, listened while it strugged for a few moments to escape, and then went to bed and was soon asleep. But he was not destined to sleep long. Hardly had he dosed off when a further fluttering awakeued him, and, lighting another match...

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The "Times"-Parnell Commission. LONDON, June 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 3 August 1889

Th9 'Timesw-Pnriicll Commission. London, Juxb 28. The Tiinfis-'Pa.nxeW Cominissioii hns been Bitting all the week, and tliougli Dr. Kenny, Mr. Sexton and Mr. Tim. Harrington have all been in the witness-box, tlio evidence given hns been neither sensational nor of great importance. Dr. Kenny's crossexami nation was resumed by the AttorneyGen eral, and the opening point was touching the presence of Egan in Dublin in 1801. All the Dublin piincrc; of all shades of opinion reported the speech made by Egnn at this period, and evee Mr. Parnell's evidence went to aliow that Egati wjis in Ireland at the time specified. Nevertheless, Dr. Kenny flatly refused to ljolieve that Egan liad really been present in the ilesh at these meetings. It was all a hoax, he averred, and somebody else psu&amp;ed himself oH'as Egau. The President said he was sure witness was under a misapprehension, but witnpss said ho whs absolutely convinced he was right, and then the President stopped the line of examina...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 3 August 1889

Puaeral. mHIS.lfriaiiiU of Mn'T. UILLOUELV are re JL siJeetively invited to ultend tlic funeral of his deceased WIFE, which will move fn.m her lftte re sideuoe, lirai.lHoml, TOMORROW (SUNDAV) afternoon, at 3 o'clock. GEORGE CASEY. Undertaker.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 3 August 1889

R. M. Higgins BKGS Jto return \m sincere tWnks to his numer ous Customers for the very liberal patronage bestowed vpon him. aad hbuea by honorable, etraightinrwaril dealing t« merit a continuation of their valued lavora. ; b-w«iI.«l«oL»L.witn '',-.♦ nrllule in tlie trade of the i- BEST C?.iMmS ONLY. INFERIOR BRANDS of Light Weight and Short Coutuuta we JX-JKOT KEEP. lESJJAPEflY *«U)tH!NG DEPART MENTS Are*enUte with every item necessary lor a lirst class trade, the Goods in, this Department bciug bought with good taste iitnl sound judgment. Boot&amp;Shoe Departn]et|t Our'Stock is selected with great cure from the Lending Houses in t!ic tra.de. As a rule wu do not ijuote prices, an they, generally tuud to mislead Iho public, but for once we will dunart from it and just give a few uf our prices, via. : — Ladies' (jlape Kid E.S. (senni to toe) 5s »,, Glace Kid HigU-leg Balmorals, 9s V, Sntiti Calf E.S., 6s 9d ,- Satin Calf Balmorals (hand sewn) ; ' ? 7s lid „ Russian Leather E.fc:,,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 3 August 1889

£50 reward £50 feaud &amp; deceit. In order to protect the people from being defrauded and cheated, th« American Hop Bitters Company offer* the above Reward for the arrest «no conviction of iny person or pe«!ont refWing the American Mop Bitter* CoWan/6 bottles, and for selling any vile nostrum or compound as tne genuine and original Dr. Soule's Ameri can Hop Bitters, or for counterfeiting the Company's Label-* Bunch ©7 Green Hops on a White Ubel, with Black Letters. ' J3R. SCOTMS'S AMERICAN HOP ♦ BITTERS (A MEOIOINC, NOT A DHIHK-. ooitmm HOPS. BVCHU. NANDRAKB, BANDBLION. ^-?~£^KKr 9pummm XHBY CVttB nut, femile CompWnts »nd DrUMnnlH. TH0USAUB8 UPOH THOUSANDS!!! cure* by Dr. *«-**'* *»««*»» Hop Bltttn. HP OTHER CEHUIHE. TAKE HO flTHER. TTTINTEB PRESS FABRICS. LAl-IES rending in the country c»n -U thdr SllOSOiAe W BOBt by lending for «mrf«rofWn&amp;wind naUsnaU* PreM Fabrics. Our «tock U very large, the qnnUtiea mo* reliable, the colon unbrace all that ''POP- ul»t»ndnew »nd the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 3 August 1889

Notice. I HEREBY give ROISERT J01W0X notice that unless the aniouut uf the vcnlict entered Jigaiiist him by the ]!iuiihvoo.l liench on the 17th .Tuly be satisfied before the 10th hist. 1 v ill cause a ra «a to be issued. J.J. RILEV. liraiilwoort, Aug. 2, 18S9. Application for Publican's License. rl'HILIP MAD1UAN, of Arulucu and Major's , Cieek, ilo hereby give notice that I desire to obtain and will at the next Licensing Court, to be h--ldeu at Biviidu'noi) in the Month of Octolier next, apply for a certificate uiithoijsing the issue to »-e of a Publican's general License for a House situated at Ellington, Major's {^rock, containing S rooms ex clusive of those required for the use of the family. The house to be known as the Chloi ination Hotel. Datetl at AralucMi this 1st day of August IHS'X PHILIP MADUSAK, Aralueu. Tenders. rnRXDERS requii-cd for KEPAIRIXG UXIOX JL CHURCH and BUKIAL GUOUXD Charley ong. Speeiflciitions to bu seen at Mr. HUSH'S. EASTFIELD. Tcndeis elose A Vll VST 1 2...

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Parliamentary. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 3 August 1889

Parliamentary* Very shortly before half -past ,''- o'clock, on Tires- ' -lay .Sir Henry Parkcs arose in a very full House, to move the suspension of the Staudtug Orders in order to pass the Payment of Members Bill through all its sljigus in one day. He commenced by apo logising for having the oilier night used words in reference to the Legislative Council which might be construed into a threat, which he did not for one moment intend. The. subject, however, was a very proper one for deliberation in that House and for submission to the electors of the country. He had always opposed payment of members, but that was no longer under consideration by that House. The '{nestiou now wns the position (lint Inll occupied as afl'eeting tbe lights «f the Legislative Assembly. He did not stand there as Colonial .Secretary, but as leader of that House. He then gave an histori cal view of the nianiiui in which the constitutional rights of she people iu regard to taxation arose. He affirmed the prin...

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CABLE MESSAGES. LONDON July 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 3 August 1889

CABLE MESSAGES. (from the Sydney Papers.) LOXCON Jci.v30. A Vienna journal has published a statement to the effect that France and Russia have, concluded n, treaty ou the basis of mutual defence. The debate on the motion of Mr. J. Motley M.P. with reference to the Royal allowances, took place iu the House of Commons last night. TUe rusolu tion in ettect expressed the lielicf that in the opinion nf the House no adequate grounds existed for granting any further sums of money out of the Kxclie.iuer to younger members of the Royal family The motion Has ultimately rejected by a majority «f over 200 votes. In a speech delivered by tbe Premier, the Mar -pjii- of Salisbury, lust night, his lordship stated that the prospects with regard to the Kasteru ques tion were peaceful. The mcu arrested in connection with the murder of Dr. Cronin, at Chicago, have been placed on trial. The case, which is exciting considerable in terest, is now proceediug. Mr. Phil Robinson, tho well-known journalist wh...

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