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The Extraordinary Daylight Robbery in Melbourne. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 29 September 1888

The Extraordinary Daylight Robbery in Melbourne The Aoe of Tuesday gives the following account of the daring robbery, underarms, which took place in broad daylight, in one of the most frequented thoroughfares of the city at about 5 o'clock on Monday afternoon. Harry Forster, a lad of 13 years, employed by Messrs. W. H. Rocke and Co. , furniture dealers, of Collins-street East, was as saulted at the comer of Elizabeth and Queensberry streets, violently dragged from the footpath into a veliicle, threatened with ;i loaded revolver, and, after a gallant resistance, robbed of a bag contain ing the sum of £178. At tho tune of the robbery Forster was proceeding on foot from the Collins sireei esiaimsiiment to tne lactory in jjeicester street, with a leather bag containing the sum of £17S and a few shillings for the payment of wages to the employees. As he turned the corner of Leicester and Quceusbury streets he noticed that a man was following him, and, becoming at once suspicious, took a ...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 29 September 1888

liis Braidwood Bispatcl AXD MDflXO JOUBXAL IS published every Wednesday ami Satctuuy, at the Office, Wallace-street, Braidwood. The terms of subscription to the Bbaidwooi Dispatch arc 20s. per annum, or 5s. per quarter, paid in advance, ami Gs. if hooked. The quarters respectively terminate on the 31st March, 30tIi June, 30th September, and 31st December iii cadi year, at which periods only discontinuance on pay ment of arrears will be received. Intending subscribers are, however, informed that tlieir sub scription -will only be charged from the period of commencement to the cud of the quarter. TERMS FOR ADVERTISING. The charges for advertising are as follows: — For two lines of space ? Is. 0-l — four lines of snace ? '2s. fld — eight lines, or one inch ? 3s. Od — every additional eight lines ? Is. Cd All orders for withdrawal of advertisements must ha given on or before Monday and Thursday at 0 p.m. Since the late fire the Proprietor has re-stocked with an ENTIRELY NEW PUNT &am...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 29 September 1888

?«fANTED, a GARDENER, nwrriofl moi TT profori-od. Apply to I Mb. MADDRELL, '- Bedervale. Sept. 2!, '88. ? ~~ ~ WANTED, A STRONG BOY as apprentice to the trade R. MCDONALD, Mmidwood. Fruit mid Confectionery. i 'OANANAS, LOQUARTS, MANDARINS, &c J3 Choice fruit at Modeuate Prices. ABBOTT'S, Wallace-street (op. St. Hello's). Braid wood Cricket Club. fTtflE ANNUAL MEETING of members anc 1 subscribers to the above Club will be licH a( ?^TiittersaUV1 Hotel on MONDAY NEXT, Oc tober 1st, at 7.30 p.m. sharp. W. McRAE, Hoti. See. Notice of Application for a Publican's License. I JAMES O'BRIEN, of Bollovue, Braidwood, tlo hereby give notice that I will, at the next Licensing Court; to be held at Bratdwood, on tlie 3nl day of OCTOBER NEXT, apply fora certificate authorising the issue of * PUBLICAN'S LICENSE for premises which I propose to erect in Wallace street, Braidwood. Dated this 26tU September, 1888. JAMES O'BBIEN. Loyal Friendly Bras. Lodge, CU.O.O.F. mENDERS FOR MEDICAL OFFICER A...

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CABLE MESSAGES. LONDON, SEPTEMBER 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 29 September 1888

GABLE MESSAGES. ? -* ? (From the Sydney Papers.) London. Sjiptkmueu 23. Further news has been received from the Congo, which points unmistakably to the fact that Tippoo Tip had acted treachously towards the members of Major Barttclot's party, The London press are opposed to the fitting out of any further expedi. tions, and paints out that already too many valua ble lives nnil a considerable snm of money have been sacrificed to no apparent end in Central Africa. A telegram from St. Paul de Loauda has been received from Mr. Ward, who accompanied Mr. Stanley's relief expedition, stating that tho expeditionary force tlnit was being got to ^cluh uy piajuL jkiujlvii'I', uiiu emusutjuviiiiiv liy Mr. Jnniei'Bon to ascertain the whereabouts of Mr. Stanley and hie small party, has, . in conse quence of the death of these two prominent mem bers of the party, been disbanded, it being con tillered absolutely impossible, in tho present disturbed stat of affairs, to afford any ruliof t Stanley, wh...

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SIGNED AND SEALED. CHAPTER II. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 29 September 1888

SIGNED AND SEALED. ^ ? * CHAPTER IL (Continued.) ^©sblsjDply — only kneu- ¥' reflected Helen AvitliaSigh. That one trouble in prospect ^[uite blinded her to another. She did not note tliat Mildred's lashes always fell, and a smile, partly suppressed, quivered about her small mouth, at the mention of Laurence Hawkwood. He had sent the nicest mes sages to his hostesses, aud hsid so pleasantly expressed liis gratitude to tlie preservers of Iris . life. His last message was tliat the doctor gave Jiim hopes that in a few days he mieht express those thanks in uerson. - ? . ' Mildred had been silent some wliile after that announcement, brought by Martha. Thent she had .grown restless, gay and ex cited, iii her secret heart wishing tlie hours to pass, tliat the convalescent might appear. For, if the truth must be owned, she felt al ready . more than an interest in Laurence Hfcwlcwood. Tlie artist was to pay his first visit on the morrow, as the ladies would be , fi\Ae to receive him, when M...

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OUR TELEGRAMS. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) SYDNEY THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 29 September 1888

OUR TELEGRAMS. (FItOM OUU OWN COEBKSrONDENT.) SVTDNEV Thuhbday. The Spring Meeting of the Australian Jockey Club was continued to-day with the1 following result: — /''- ' ' HUDDLE ItACE. Cellcrmar ? .... 1 Sir Lancelot ? , ,,, 2 Bellruigor - .„ ? 3 CIUVKN PLATE. Aborcorn ? 1 Australian Peer ? 2 Queen ? 3 sbbuuhan n*N-i-icAi\ Tilburn ? t Newmarket ? ' ... + Romany Rennio ? 3 In the run off Newmarket won. TOAL STAKES. Wycombo ? ... 1 Dilisk ? s.: 2 Bonnie Spoc ? 3 WYCOMBE STAKES. Ensign ... ... ? 1 Liimoml ? ? 2 Blucnosc ? ... 3 SYDNEY HANDICAP. Dead heat. In the run -off Moculer won. Fbiday, 11.30 a.m. At the Somebush fat stock sales yesterday 1000 cattle were yarded, and the market was dull. Best beef brought 18s per cwt, prime bullocks averaging £7 CsOd, aud others from £5 12s 4d per head. 12,000 uhcep were penned, and prices advanced 9d. Best merinos brought los 5d, others from 8s, and cross-breds from 14s 9d to 20s. The seven men charged with rioting at Adams town, in the Newcast...

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THE LOVERS' DECISION. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 29 September 1888

f -, PUB tOVJJKS' DECISION. We waited, we two ui flio early XliyV Ere yottiio oaks or tho elms weroiireen, Hand ill Imild % ailcoiant way, ' ? i Presh-loafod hawthorn hedges bclweeii. ?' ? - The sky eecmod bigh as our hopes and dreams, Our love was deopas the evening's peace — And wo said; *'Ourlivos, where our love's light gleams, ,? . --, -I . . What shall we do for tko world with these? ' We cannot sing, and we cannot paint, In Learning mid Science we liavo no skill, But we love sweet soiic, though our voice bo faint, And we lovo Art well, though we sen-e her iU. And' to love, it eeenis, fa all we may do To Jove fair things-?t is all wo can 'I' And as we spake, we ^me upon two * i Whi Bat by thfe roadtt'a.y-i-* woman aud man — A man and a woman, ragged aud rough, . fljfctyjjid destitute, id&Tuid sad, TooeS lowering and coa-rse enough, - ? Bitter and brutal, Imao ami bad. ' '?' iStoy glared at is as ?Kfi turned.' to pass, Hand in baud, silently, she aud 1, ' When, M-itb cl...

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LONDON. THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 29 September 1888

LONDON. Tm.'KSD*AY. It lias been decided to increase the number of ships aud improve the armaments of the Spanish navy, , . The men ou strike in Etieunen iu the Department of Loire, iu France, attacked the miners at work in the coal mines, of which there are a large number in the neighbourhood. A fierce fight' ensued and many peiBons wote injured. The police, with uitim u mvoniH, uispersea tlie rioters. The rising against the Europeans has extended along the entire coast of Zanzibar. Several Ger man officials have been murdered. The BritiBli Government have declared Zululand a permanent British possession, and also offer to annex Bechuanuland to the Cape. The coroner conducting the inquiiy iuto the cir cumstances connected with the mysterious murders at Whitechapel has declared his belief that the victims met their death at tlie hands of an anato, mist, who was desirous of obtaining' bodies for medical exhibition in America, ! ? , Lat«B, ; The furtherissue of the Emperor Frederick/*...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 29 September 1888

BHA1DW00D DISPATCH SATUKDAY, SEPTEMjBEijl 29, 1888'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 29 September 1888

DR. SPEER'S AMERICAN DISPENSARY, 46 MARGARET STREET, (between George and York-streets,) P.O. BOX 920. DR SPEER is a regular Graduated Physician, educated at Harvard College, U.S. (for con firmation see New Zealand Gazette, January 2ist, 3886 ; also N.S. Wales Gazette, April 17th 1888). The doctor lias devoted 14 years to the study of CHRONIC, NERVOUS, AND SPECIAL DIS EASES. Four of these were in the leading hospi tals of the United States, which enables Turn to treat all private troubles with excellent results. AH applying to him will receive bis honest opinion of their complaints. No experimenting; no Mercury used. He will guarautee a positive cure in every cose he undertakes, or forfeit £200. His reason for doing so ia this — where there is no organic disease, nud nothing but an inorganic trouble, or, in other words a conglomeration of symptoms producing a certain result, there is no reason why it cannot lie removed with the proper remedies, therefore he guarantees. He wished it d...

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Braidwood Land Board. FRIDAY, SEPT. 28TH 1888. (Before A. O. Moriarty Esq., chairman, J. Aldoorn Esq., P.M., and J. W. Bunn Esq. J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 29 September 1888

Itrnitlwood Laud ltonrd. Friday, Sett. 2Sth 1888., (Before A. O. Moriarty 15sq., chainnan.'J. Aldooni Esq., P.M., and J. W. Buun Ksq. J.P.) Frederick Archer, 51 acres, C.P. , parish of Fairy Meadow. Confirmed. Michael Gallagher, 40 acres, C. P., parish of Krawarree. Ho deposed: I am a fanner and grazier, living at Long Flat, on portion 189; I put up the fence, it is valued *t £16 ; 1 put_ up 28 clinius of it ; part of the line is along the river under the flood mark ; the other line is not on the - selectian, but on the opposite side of a boundary rood ; I am holder of J. Campbell's portion 194 ; I erected the fences between it and this selection, 28 chains on the. cast and south of this selection ; Sniith, the original selector, agreed to pay 30s to wards this, but I ail) not sure that he paid it; it was wages due to him ; the hut is useless ; this portion is ring-barked ; there was another on it that is now removed Confirmed subject to pay ment of £5 for improvements. Primeron F. ...

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LOCAL STEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 29 September 1888

LOCAL WEWS. ? ♦ ? Mining Leases. — The undermentioned gold mining looses arc now ready for delivery : — K. J. Comau and others, 10 acres, Wagouga ; R. J. C. Maddrell and others, 4 acres, Little River ; P. s^-3r»nt»nd others, 4 acres, Little River. I - , . MUTUAL' (iNrBOTOMKNT- ? SOOIETV.— TllC USUal I ' -.weekly meeting -bit -theiibore' wus held in the Rood '_. injlfoomjof, tlie Literary Institute on Thursday evening last. There was about the average atten dance of members aud visitors. , Mr. 'W. A. _Ker jihaw occupied the chair. The business consisted of the rendition of ' The Arab's' Farn-ell to his Steed,' for which Messrs. Lake and Mayne had offered a prize. There were only four competitors, vie.,, Messr._Moroncy, Taylor, Johnson, and.Mabcr. Messrs. A. Fraser and Kilgour were appointed , judges, and. after spine consideration decided to : . award the prize, a book of Longfellow's poems, to Mr. J. Taylor, Mr. Morouey being second. The .remainder of the evening was filled in by im...

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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 29 September 1888

GENERAL NEWS. Mr. Goodcliap says that for carefulness and in tegrity lie does not think tne railway staff of Now South Wales can be surpassed by any other in the world. On the railways of Great Britain, for every £100 received ob revenue they paid away 18s as compensation; but here we never paid more than 4b. According to private telegrams, there has been good all-round competition at the London wool sales. Tim liiriiliurr !r now vorv brisk, aud there is a rise in Australian wools. A telegram from Perth, Western Australia says: — Excellent news has been telegraphed from IU-b- bounie respecting the Pilburra Ooldfields. Over lOOoz. of alluvial gold have arrived from Roebouruc within the last two days, the gold including several good-sized nuggets, one of which weighs 35J 07.., with about 3oz. of quartz. AU the men on the field are making good wages. There are prospects of the establishment of a payable field. It is re ported that there is plenty of alluvial country iu the neighbourhoo...

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SIGNED AND SEALED. CHAPTER III. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 3 October 1888

SIGNED AND SEALED. ? ? ? ♦ ? ? — — CHAPTER III. The coming of a chaperon to the Miss Houghtons bndj as news -will, speedily got .^iaJjrdaclB.iid readied Glenfell, creating some little commotion and comment. A chaperon | would .no more be needed now than before, £ j wifcKout f some special l-eason . Had that , ;..: reasonftuything to do ?with the .two strangers, one of whom it wjss known wns young and good-looking 1 Or were the Misses Hough - ton getting wealy of their seclusion ? Lastly, what kind of lady was their protectress ? At the end of four days Mrs. Airly iir rived. She Vfas a Woman of apparently five .aiid-forty, rather above middle height, stout, 'and. well-looking, large dark eyes, pale com plexion, with just a tinge of ' colour' on her cheeks j her nose was acquiline,. giving a dignity to the countenance, carried out by the erectness of her carriage. Her dress . was, if anything, rather too rich. Helen, as she greeted her, felt chilled. Mildred ? ? was awe-struck, f righ...

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LITTLE SUNBEAMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 3 October 1888

* tg-,,,^. ,.?, LHTLK SUAItEAMS. ...,-* .?_,???, ? Little sunbeams, never weary, Wougb. i& ©wly morn yon rise, . . Waking \ip tbe tender blossoms '?? - With your merry laughing eyes. -/ : Little sunbeams, how liove j'ou ,'.? .As you steal among the trees, ... ?...-. Kissing every tiny leaflet Hocking in the summer breeze. Now Within some lonely dwelling Comes your warm an J genial ray, And you watch the dimpled fingers Of JidiiW withl-oyS at play. , Now you linger for a moment On a. pale and careworn clieclc, ?-r ?-'.??? -And tliougU siloul, yet 1»6w kindly , ; ,: To tiie weatysoul you epeak. Little sunbeams, how I love you, ?11 ;?''* What & lesson jyou impart, ! For your loving smile has taught me I -_ How to »ootbe an aohmg Uc«.rt. Little sunbeams, never weary, , . Though from mom *ill eve you shine, Still to follow your example May tbe cheerful task be mine. ' ' ,i -rP. C. iu London Reader,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 3 October 1888

lie Sf&ini Disputes AND MINING JOURNAL IS published every Wedsesday and Saturday, at tbe Office, Wallace-street, Braidu'ood, Tlie terms of subscription to the Braidwoob Dispatch are 20s. per annum, or ,5s. per quarter, paid in advance, and Cs. if booked. The quarters respectively terminate on the 3Jst March, 30th June, 30Ui September, and 3)st December in each year, a,t which periods only discontinuance on pay mcut of arrears will bo received Intending subscribers arc, however, informed tliat their sub scription will only be charged from (lie period of commencement to the end of the quarter. TERMS FOR ADVERTISING*. The charges for advertising arc os follows: — For two lines of space ? Is. Od — iouv lines of space ? 2s. Od — eight lines, ov ouc inch ... ... 3s. Od — every additional eight lines... ... !s. fid All ordei-s for withdrawal of advertisements must be given on or before Monday and Thursday at 0 p.m. Since the late fire the Proprietor lias re-stocked with an ENTIRELY...

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Importation of Contract Labour. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 3 October 1888

Importation of Contract I-nt-our. New York, August 20.— General Master Workman Powderly testified before the Jm luigmtiou Investigdtion Committee to-day on the subject of imported contract labour. He said the system wns most reprehensible. Describing the condition of workers in the Pennsylvania mines, he said : — 'In the coal ? regions the native miners have been driven out by Hungnrinns and other cheap foreign workmen, who live in a filthy state on tho cheapest kind of food ; so tlie American , miners cannot compete with them. Their sleeping quarters are disgusting. Their im morality is startling. The universal opinion ? of American workmen,' said Powderly ' is , that men who work along the line of the Pennsylvaiinia Hailroiid — Hungarians and Italians, who are designated only by brass checks hung on their pantaloons — sire not desirable Ajnerican citizens. Tlie Germans took jn'itjo in learning the Knglish language.' He thought no person should be admitted to citizenship until able...

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The Sculling Race for the World's Championship. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 3 October 1888

The Sculling Race for tlic World's Cuamplonsliij). (Fbosi odb Special Cobuespondknt.) The Australian Peter Kemp and the Canadian Edward Haulnn met a second time this year on the Parramatta River champion course. On Friday last, in 21 minutes and 25 seconds, the Hawkesbury man by about' tvfenty boats lengths, equal to 200 yards, defeated the Canadian with ease, and thus lie becomes possessor of the £1000 and champion ship of the world. Notwithstanding Kemp's deci sive dual victory, Haitian has not had his eyes opened to perceive that now the Champion Kemp is his superior. In spite of his decadence, doubtless caused by many years training, we must never forget Unit it was Haitian who first brought sculling to its present state of. scientific handling, he being the one who started rowing with his slaill; or, iujotber words, using the brains iu his skull to such advantage as to for years to make himself known us thu invincible llaulan. Win. Bench and Peter Kcmn have liiseu apt pupils, a...

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OUR TELEGRAMS. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) SYDNEY, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 3 October 1888

OUR TELEGRAMS. (FBOM OUR OWS CORBESrOSDEXT.J SYDNEY Satuhd.w. The A. J. C. meeting was continued and con cluded to-day. The following are the results : — SELLING HACE. Here's Luck ... ? 1 Ascot ? 2 ButterBy ? 3 MEMUEUS* HANDICAT. Maggie ? ... 1 Dilisk .... ? 2 Savant ? 3 STEEPLECHASE. Marmion ? 1 Scobeloff ? 2 Last King ? 3 WAVEULEV IUSD1CAF. Theorist ? 1 Invader ? 2 Phaon ? 3 KANUWICK rLATE. Wycombe ? 1 Ahercorn ... ? 2 Australian Peer ? 3 F1XAL HANWCAT. 'Keith ? 1 Stockwell ? 2 Busyjice ? 3 Tuesday, 12.15 r.M. At the Homcbush stock sales yesterday, 720 cattle were yarded. The demand was animated and prices advanced 15/? pec head, The best bul locks averaged £8 17/= and others from £(i -)/, 10300 sheep wore penned, and the market was dull. ' jjest merinos brought 13/10 and others from 4/3 per head. The revenue returns for the quarter ending 30th September, show an incrorse over the correspond ing period of last year of £373,601, while fqr the year just ended they tdiow an increase ...

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A Sad End. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 3 October 1888

A Sad End. The body of a woman named Madame Egmout was found floating in Mulwanee River near Goulburn on Thursday. Deceased had not long ljeen a resident of Goulburn. .She came there and set up as a Parisian dressmaker. Latterly she was known to be iu monetary difficulties, and about a fortnight back she left the house at wliich she was boarding, and not putting in an appearance in quiries were made. From letters she had written it was thought 'she had gone to Albury, and the police having made inquiry, said a woman answer ing her description had passed through the place. When her body was found, it presented a melan choly spectacle, but it was recognised by tho party with whom she had boarded. Deceased was about 40 years of age, and is believed to have been a widow. An inquest was held on the body ou Friday, when evidence was given of the desponding state of the deceased prior to her death. One of tlie wit nesses, Alfred D'Egvillc. stated that she told him she was the wife'of a nob...

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