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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 2 January 1888

LOCAL NEWS. Obitcarv. — It is with feelings of deep regret we have to record the death of Mr. Donald McRac, which took place at Monga on Christmas Day. The late Air. McRae was one of the oldest residents of this district, having been attracted here in the year 1858, shortly aftoi1 his urriv«J from Scotland, | by the gold discoveries which were tliun taking place in the district. He follower] gold digging for a few years and then went into a saw milling busi ness at Monga, in which he continued up to the time of his death. During his long connection with tlie district he has made a. large circle of friends, by whom his somewhat sudden death is deeply regretted. Mr. McRae was 02 years of age, and leaves a large family to mourn their loss. The de ceased was interred in the Presbyterian Cemetery on Thursday last, Ms funeral being largely at tended. The Day Dawk Gold-Mikixg Comvasv, Ltd. — Manager's Report : During the week ending 22nd instant we have driven 1 1 feet west of No. 1 shaft ...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 2 January 1888

IN MEMORIAM. In memory of Wai/ckk Leigh 11v«ne, who died at Goulburn, 31st December, 1887, aged 15 years. Around his quid grave we gtowi, With hearts all Tiruleed and sore. While through the gloom those words would steal ' Not lost, but gone before.' DIED, At Mongarlowe Saw Mills, on the 25Ui Dccemiier, 0OMALH McRae, aged 02 years, leaving a large circle of friends to mourn their loes The Braidwood Dispatch. Strenui el Prosper^. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 2, 1889.

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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Coroner's Inquest. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 2 January 1888

Coroner's Inquest. An inquiry was held at Mr. John Green* resi dence, near Major's Creek, yesterday, on the body of Oeorge Green, who was drowned the previous day whilst bathing. The inquest was held before Mr. J. W. Bunn, the Coroner, to whom the news of the accident was telegraphed on Monday even ing. The following evidence was adduced : — Frederick Leu-is deposed ; I am son of Walter Lewis, of Major's Greek ; I was bathing in company with the deceased yesterday afternoon in O'Hcir's dam ; there were four other boys besides deceased ; deceased was swiminiug, and a younger brother, John Green, was following him ; John Green could only swim a few strokes and went under, and de ceased turned back to help him ; both appeared to be going down, when Jim Ellis, another boy, jumped ui aud rescued John Green ; he was going iu again, with the apparent intention or rescuing the deceased, when the latter sank ; I then ran lo tell Mr. Ellis ; after that a number of people came' to get the body...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 2 January 1888

WANTED, a good GENERAL SERVANT. Apply to Mrs. POOLEY, Braidwood. WANTED, a COOK. Apply to Mns. MADDRELL, Bedcrvalc. WANTED, a GOOD STRONG BOY as ap prentice to tho blacksmithing. Apply, M. J. O'CONNELL, Wallace-street, Braidwood. WATER TANKS WANTED. Apply, D. S. LINDSAY, Braidwood Emporium. WANTED, a COOK & LAUNDRESS, aUo a HOUSE & PARLOUR MAID. Apply, HENRY HUTCHINGS, Tarago. To Let, SHOP and FIXTURES, with dwelling-house, opposite St. Bede's Church, lately occupied by Wm- Eakle, watchmaker. Apply to K FRANCIS. Notice. ONE DARK BAY MARE was sent to Tho Prior last season by T. Kelly and has not since been released, and if not released within 14 days fiom this date and all expenses paid on her, she will be sold to defray expenses. J. M. HART, Gilston. Dec 31st, 1888 A.M. P. TNSURE YOUR LIFE in the AUSTRALIAN JL MUTUAL PROVIDENT SOCIETY. A. FRASER, Wallace -street. Funeral. THE friends of the late JOHN EBSWORTH are respectfully invited to attend his FUNERAL, to move fr...

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 15 August 1888

LOCAL NEWS. .' :, ? vv» :-. ? ? ;-; Freis Si'.LEcriok. — Thero was. only one applica tion at the Land Oflice hist week, that of John Burke of Tudor Valley for a measurcd.portion No. 20 ond28 of 80 acres in the parish of Monga lying immediately west of Thomas Roger's 100 acres. A conditional lease of 240 acres adjoining. Some tune after the application wa« received, a map of the parish came to hand by, which it appears that those selections are iu a new timber reserve, and we con ?f ceive that they wil! ill consequence bo refused at the next Board Meeting which will take place 'on Slst met, ; .' . OniTt'ARV. — Those of the residents of the Braid-' wood District who were acquainted with Mr. Donald Horno Ryrio, second son of the late Stewart Ryrie, senior of Aniprior, will regret to luarn of death, which took place at his residence The Chalet, Hanaro, on the 31ht July, at an advanced age. It will bo . remembered that lie and his brother were among the first who took stock over land fro...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 15 August 1888

DEATH. On the ISth instant at her resilience, Braidwood, Anna MAim.-vvifeof John Jewruv, leaving ^a family of iivc children. ;I^IDW009 DiSP/VTGSi fcstrcnue ct Prospere. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 15, !8SS. I AssWiiJj lie seen by an advcrtisinent in another column a public meeting is to lie held at the Literary Institute on Monday evening next for the purpose of cousiilcriiig the proposal of establishing l' a Fire Brigade in Braidwood. The late calamitous fire at the DisrATCH Office furnished a convincing juonf of Uie danger of the whole town, or at all (Vents the main street, bchiL' swept away in a [ tingle night. Tlad there been any wind on the night of the fire nothing would have saved the buildings on either side of it. All the tanks about wore exhausted and the wells were so low as to furnish uieh of them no more than a few buckets. The only water to lie obtained yfaa from Jellama Unv' Cicrlc, drawn by a horse and cart and (? dipped into the eatk by means of ;i bucket. Such 1 1 an imuUic...

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Araluen Small Debts Court. MONDAY, 6TH AUGUST. (Before Jas, Aldcorn, P.M.., and Messrs. Hyland and Blatchford J.P.S.) MACKENZIE v. HALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 15 August 1888

— ? Aralucn Small Debts Court. Monday, ton August. (Before Jas. AlScoro, P.M., and Messrs. Hylaud andBhitchfordJ.P.s.) JIAC1CEKZIE V. HALL. This was a case in which Kenneth MeKeuzie, of Araluen, Saddler, sued Thomas Hall of the same place, Bootmaker, for £9 10s. damage. It ap pears from the evidence that McKeime had been a member of the Araluen Good Templar's Society' and was expelled by the Lodge on the 19th July last. He tried to force his way into their meeting on the 2lith July last, and Hall, who was at the door, forcibly put him out and the damages sued for were £9 for personal injuries sustained by the complainant and 10s. for damage done to his coat in the scuffle. The complainant tried to impross upon the Bench that he had been illegally expelled and tliat therefore he had a right to enter the lodge but the Bench, after hearing the defence decided that they had nothing to do with the legality or illegality of his expulsion from the lodge aud that if he had been illegally ex...

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Braidwood Police Court. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 8. (Before James Aldcorn, P.M., and J. W. Bunn.J.P.) LARCENY. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 15 August 1888

Braidwood Police Court. 'i Wedkesdav, August 8. (Before James Aldeorn, P.M., and J. W. Bunn,J.P.) ' LAItOISNY. EUen and Frederick Bryant were jointly charged with stealing certain honey the property of -one Stephen Solzeuc oil or about the 29lh April last. Jame's Scott dcpo9ed to servings summons on the defendants on the 13th ultimo ; Ellen Bryant said she had no occasion to steal honey as they had plenty in the house ; aBkcd if ehc had any more ; she said ' yes, plenty inside and that'sall about it,H| she said she had seven hives, Solzeno made a conir plaint to me about the larceny of some honoy; since tliat.I laid information against defendants. I saw Solzeno pn the 29th April j did not' Joy the complaint before as' I 'did not know who had stoHuit; Ellen is niothoFof Frederick Bryant. Stephen (Solzcne deposed that he was a miner living at Sydney Heads, Little River; had hives of Iwcb at his place ; on April last I missed nearly all the honey of one hive ; the hives were inside the...

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OUR TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY TUESDAY, 11.45 A.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 15 August 1888

OUR TELEGRAMS. — . . w — — ?(FROM OCJJt OWN COKEESrONDENT.) SYDNEY Ttesdav, 11.45 a.m. At yesterday b fat stock Bales 750 cattle were ' yarded and the market wa3 firmer throoghout, the liighest average for bullocks being £7 19s 4d and «thers from £4 3s Sd. 14,500 sheep were penned and prices were easier. The ticsl metinos avjjaged 10s lid and others from 6s 4d. At yesterday's wool talcs no important lines ?were offered Greasy realised 7W and scoured 8Jd to 13d perlb. A boat accident occurred at Nowra yesterday, by ?which two children, earned Daley were drowned, their parents having a narrow escape from a similar A man and wife at Roma, Queensland, drank ?diluted strychnine under the idea that it was hop bitters. The woman died but the man is recover i ^A horrible discovery was made in a dwelling hons at Chippendale last night. The remains of an agud woman wore found on the floor of her bedroom, portions of her flesh being torn and hacked by rate ?or ottier vermin. The deceased's nam...

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Aralucn Police Court. HALL V. MCKENZIE. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 15 August 1888

Araluen Police Court. HALL V. JICKENZIE. This was an action rising out of the previous case after McKonzie iiad been forcibly ejected from tho Lodge by Hall he (MeKcnzie) assaulted Hall, who was standing at the door several times, by pushing against liim trying to get into the Lodge. Hall therefore summoned MeKeuzie .for assault, after hearing tbo'evidence their Worships taking into consideration the previous cose tad' belioviug that McKenzie had consiaei^d he Iiad right to enter the Lodge, they fined hiin in the sum ot Is. damages £Z Vs., J'rolessionai costs and costs of court. Mr.Wi L. Foll^ajSpearea-for Hall in both cases. There was a great deal of interest taken over these two cases, and -tho court was crowded. ? ?./?'.„,'' ?'? ? ' ?'''

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CABLE MESSAGES. LONDON, AUGUST 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 15 August 1888

GABLE MESSAGES. ? ♦ ? (From the Sydney Papers. ) London, Aucust 9. In the House of Commons this afternoon Sir George Campbell, member for Kirkcaldy, asked the Government whether Sir Heniy Parkes ad mitted that he was acting illegally in excluding thediinese from New South Wales,- and wheather he stated that lie (Sir Henry) was determined to exclude them, despite the treaty interests of the Imperial Government with China; aleo whether bill jgranting indemnity, and wheather the bill is_- in accordance with existing treaties. Sir Johli Gorst, Political Secretary to the India Office, replied that the Chinese Restriction Act, passed by the Sydney Legislature, provides l^Bal redress for grievances and indemnifies Miuieters. Though the Act was assented to by die Governor Lord Carrington), it was still subject to the Queens's approval. It would be carefully con- , sideredbythe Government. . : The naval manoeuvres are being continued. The ironclads Devastation and Invincible, with -two gunbo...

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The Braidwood Silver Discovery. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 15 August 1888

The Braidwood Silver Discovcrjy EIQH ORB SENT TO THE MIKES JDBPAaa)WBi»i^.*; j A few days ago particulars wore given Jn -tlie Eyejong News of the factp reported to tbhe jMBes .Department respecting tho '-discovery cf/Tjjreat deposits of silver ore at Mount Limestone ur the Jraidwood district. The discovery lias^npt; 3ii*n allowed to remain unproved, and it will bo of con siderable interest to the public to Icam that investigations by the busy minor seem to prove that we really have another Broken Hill or Sunny Cornerflit our doors. The Mines Department have just received very rich samples of almost virgin silver ore from considerable depths, showing that depth as well as breath distinguishes the discovery. The Mines Department will officially report on tlie matter in-a few days, and it is more- than likely that the Minister, Mr. Abigail, will visit the spot when travelling in tlie vicinity of Captain's Flat, i&e. Tho property is entirely held by Sydney men, who, prohting by ...

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Boulanger's Buet. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 15 August 1888

BonlaiEKcr's Duel. The following news, under date July J3, was brought.by the R.M.S. Lusitauia, which arrived from London on Sunday : — An exciting scene oc curred in the French Chamber on the 12th, between General Boulanger and M. Floquelgitho Premier, which led to a duel this morning. General Boul anger introduced a motion for the dissolution of the Chamber. He declared that dissolution was necessary for imperative reasons, and that a gene ril election should be held before the celebration of j.,._ ? * ? _r loan t-»._ vii ? .t. ? ; l j, _ bin; -x:uieiiary ui jooj. lur. .rMKjucb i*iim vuu Government had the right to ask the President to dissolve, but they had decided not to propose to M.;Carnot the resolution asked for. After re proaching General Boulanger with relying upon the support of the Bight, a cliarge which was applauded by the Left, the Premier -.continued J — ' If is not for M. Boulougor,\vho is always abseut froji the Chamber, to judge of legislative lalwrs gid criticise...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 15 August 1888

%.. — ? ? ~ — 7-r r'^ . il XITT ANTED, good strong BOY as apprentice to W Coachsmith. BR&GBMENT'tS COACH FACTORY. ? Funeral. TI1HE Srieuds of Mb. 3, JEFFREY are respect X fully invited to attend the funeral of his late departed WIFE to move from his residence Braid-. w -wood, at 2 p.m, THIS ^Wednesday) ASTEE NooN. e. McDonald. Undertaker. f mmiw ? in... .mi ,i niMiiin in r ? : ? Loyal friendly Brother lodge C.U.O.O.F. THK Brelheren of Mie above Xodge are requested to attend the PONBBAL -rf BRO. JOHN 1 j J EFFRE Y'S Late WIFE. Meet at Lodge Boom v«fc THIS DAY. 15th August, at 2 o'clock sbarp. g,. ^ W.BDfMOEE,^ Loyal St. Vincent lodge I.O.O.O.F., M.U. IA mHB Brelhcren of the olio vo lio&ge tire requested P* JL to attend the FUNHUAI. of BEO JOHN I 3EFFEB¥*S Late WIFE -Ioet at Lodge Boom ft' -ffHIS CAY 15th uist at 2 o'clock Bharp m*- J-. S. LINDSAY, Acknowledgment *%nHE undersigned begs to thank lifa »e!ghbDura 1 «nd fncndBgonemUy fbrtlieire»m*otie onooav toeuhdUCthoJat...

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The Blacktown Tragedy. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 15 August 1888

Tlie Slacktowu Tragedy. The adjourned inquest touching the death of the Chinaman Ah Looing, the perpetrator of the Blacktown tragedy, was held in the Parrammatta District Hospital on Fridayjnorning. The Coroner Mr. J. Bowden, announced tliat Dr. Bowniau had informed him that Mrs. Morris was not able to come from Blacktown to give her evidence ; but he would proceed with what fresh evidence there was. T*i.'c+?,foH +]\nt llO lin*? lin^ ^-Kfl ln(4n* +l*n /'M.iKnmn.. hadHjeen reading interpreted. It was from 'his brother who lived at Oranga, aud was of a private character to the effect that he had received a letter from his mother in Cliina, and also alluding to the proposed purchase of ,a. vege table garden at Orange. Two witnesses deposed to' tracking the deceased from the scene of- the mur dor to the hut where the Chinaman was found lying. The jury returned a verdict to the effect that there was no evidence to show how the de ceased received the injuries from which he died — whether ...

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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 15 August 1888

GENERAL NEWS. The Queasbf.van Age says the line is to he opened to liredbo by the 1st of next mgnth, and meanwhile great activity .prevails on that section of the line between the Brcdbo railway station and Mioalago, the work of ' boxing-up ' and ' lifting ' being proceeded with, with great expedition. Along the line itself the finishing touches are being made'to the gates atthe railway crossings, as also to tile caretakers' reefdenccs, and th e Bredbo «tatiou -buildings, statiomnaster's resi ready- for occupation within the. next fortnight. The opening to Coonia will scarcely eventttote ?before January next. The second day of the ballot on - the proposal of the board of directors of the A.1LP. Society to grant £25,000 out of the funds of the society to provide pensions for the officers under the proposed -rovident fund, and the amendment 'proposed by Mr. M'Elhone that the sum be not granted, took place on Saturday, and the ballot was finally closed Owing to the great number of vote...

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 18 August 1888

L9OAL NEWS. ?1 II Cokditiosal Purchase.— The oiUy application m for a Conditioual Purchase, on Thursday, was that I of James Watt, jun., for 40 acres, county of I lumpier, Parish of VVyainbene, bounded on the M south by his original C. P., and on the north-east w by the Wyambeiie Creek ; on the west by a line I -hie north, commencing a little west of the 1101th \ west corner of his original C.P. of 40 acres. There J were no Conditional Leases this week. y MuTDALlMPROvEMENTSocrETV.-Theusuai weekly I meeting of the members of this society was held in the I ' Heading Room of the Literary Institute on Thurs I ilay evening liist, when the adjourned debate on iwr. \joui) miiobiun Altai jinperuuruuerabioulBG&l- ciliated to advance the best interests of Australia,' «n 3 resumed. Messrs. McRae and Fraser were the only speakers, and after Sir. Cobb had replied a vote was taken, when the motion was defeated by one vote, Mr. J. Wallace occupied the chair. Tlie attendance, although not u...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 18 August 1888

' BIRTH. On July 2Stli, the wife of A. Jukninos, of Uradux, of a daughter. BlftlDWOOD DISP/VTCH Streuue et Frospere. SATURDAY, AUGUST 18, 1888.

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The Effects of a Want of Coal. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 18 August 1888

The Effects of a Wautof CoaL There is no such thing as a reserve stock of coal at the collieries, the only coal there being 'small' coal, which the colliery proprietors will require to keep their pumping engines going during the time the men are on strike. Ever since the strike was first thought of, however, there has been a tremen dous rush on the part of manufacturers and others requiring coal for trade purposes to lay in a large stock, and so far as Sydney is concerned we learn from inquiry that some of the leading coal mer chants will suffer comparatively little inconvenience from the strike for at least two months. If the strike, assuming that it will now take place, does not terminate at tlie end of two months the reser ves in hand will no doubt become exhausted, and the strain on the other collieries will probably bring about a serious embarrassment to those en -vnrr.-.i] «-* fniilnC 111 l«-lll.--ll -1 1 H 1*ttl\ ftniVciitVliit.inM id leeded. The Australian Gaslight .Company ...

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Braidwood Police Court. WEDNESDAY 15TH AUGUST (Before J. W. Bunn and John Wallace, Esqs.) SUPPOSED LUNACY. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 18 August 1888

Braidwood Police Court. Wednesday, 15th August. (Before J. W. Buim and John ^Vollace, Esqs.) ? SUPPOSED LUNACY. John Oakes, on remand, was again brought up charged with being of unsound mind. Robert Oakes, deposed : ' I am a miner living at Little River ; I know the accused j he is my brother; I noticed on the 5th inst when he came to my place that he was not right ; I Bpoke to him and he scarcely answered ; I thought from his looks he was not right ; I do not remember anything Isaid ; next day he stayed at home all day ; on Tuesday morning he called me up and told me' ho heard some one saying to make a fire : I said that is all your nonsense ; hetold me to call np my wif e ; ho did not go on then with any strange conduct .; next day he went to Sergeant's Point and got some things, rations, for preparations for the phaffcutter's to come ; he did not get the rations icobked i I thought that wjis very strange ; on Friday last he wont to the l'oint in the morning; on his return ho came...

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