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CABLE MESSAGES. LONDON, SEPTEMBER 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 3 October 1888

CABLE MESSAGES. (From tho Sydney Papers. I London, September 27. The publication of the diary of Frederick III. continues to cause great excitement throughout Europe, but especially in Germany. The Kmperor William and Prince Bismarck are, it is believed, exceedingly angry that the diary should have l-eeu given to the world, and after consultation it has been resolved to stop its further puimcauon m Jferlin. J lie publishers are therefore to be prosecuted, the particular charge to be laid being that of revealing State secrets. Mr. M'lllwraith has had an interview with Major-General Ravenhill, Inspector-General of Remounts, and suggested that Australian horses should be used for supplying remounts for the British cavalry generally, as. at present they were used for that purpose in India oidy. The idea, however, was not favorably entertained by Major Geueral Ravenhill. In opposition to the expressed beh'ef of other authorities that the late wet harvest aiid the de creased supplies forw...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Medium Exposed. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 3 October 1888

A Medium E.vitoscd. A New York paper says says : — 'An exposure of a medium who gave bogus lnauifestaions was made in «, house iu Glcn-strect, neav the city line, in the Twenty-sixth Ward of Brooklyn, occupied by Mrs. Jennie Holmes, the medium. She has boon giving seances for some time, aud among the firmest believers in her powers were Charles R. Miller, a real estate dealer ; William Danmar, au architect ; Dr. Van Horn, and Noycs G. Palmer, a civil engineer. The last named recently wished to see his wife, who died a number of years ago, and she appeared to him at several scauces. He greatly desired to have his son, Noycs F. Palmer, witness the manifestation of his mother, ami hoped to oon vcit him to spiritualism, in regard to which he ex pressed much doubt. Finally the sou agreed to go to a seance, aud arranged with two friends to assist him iu exposing the nature of the performance. They went to the seance, which was attended by about 50 persons. After the usual proceedings the ...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 3 October 1888

WANTED, A STRONG BOY as apprentice to the trade, and to make himself otherwise useful. r. McDonald, Braidwood. Braidwood Temperance Society. MEETING open to the public, WEDNESDAY, October 3rd., 7.30 p.m. A. JOHNSON, Hon. Sec Rifle Club. THE attendance of all who signed the petition for the formation of a REFLK CLUB in Braidwood is requested on FRIDAY EVENING at the ALBION HOTEL, at 7.30 p.m. ROBT. J. C. MADDRELL. Acknowledgment. I BEG to tender my GRATEFUL THANKS to the Committee of the Major's Creek Bachelors' Ball for the £2 handed to me, as the proceeds of the recent balL ALLAN FLACK, Major's Creek. Acknowledgment. I BEG to tender my SINCERE and HEART FELT THANKS to Messrs. T. Fobsytii and A. A. Gaiaauher, and also the miners working in the Mount Limestone Silver Mine, and Mr, and Mrs. James Watt, for the generous assistance they have extended to me while laid up through an ex plosion of dynamite. ALLAN FLACK, Major's Creek. A DANCE WILL TAKE PLACE AT THE INSTITUTE TO-MORROW NIGH...

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The Playful Little Tricks of Prize Runners. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 3 October 1888

The Playful Little Tricks of Prize Runners. A Sydney writer in the Nei-eax Times ol Saturday last Another surprise shivoo was provided in the run for the Carringtou September Handicap a few days ago, aud even those who arc accustomed to the ways that are dark and the tricks that are vain as practiced by some of the pedestrian ' push ' had their eyes opened by this clever little bit of busi ness. Iu one of the heats a simple looking young slob, who was carded as C. McFarlane, had the bad luck to be drawn with that clinker, T. Ellcm, on whom the odds were 3 to 1, and laid as often as you like to take them. Everyone felt sorry for poor Mr. McFarlane as it was easy to see that although lie was on the 32 yds mark, Ellen must necessarily gallop over him. Ellem didn't however. In fact, he scarcely got going before the child-like McFar lane had broken the worsted aud was being rubbed down in his room. No one could understand it and the only sensible observation that each knowing spectator c...

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LONDON. MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 3 October 1888

LONDON, MbSDAY. The entire community of British Indians have been expelled from Bazomoyo, Zanzibar. Thcguuboat Gannett has compelled the rebels under Osinaii Vigim to abandon the trenches nearest Suakim. A blank cheque book has been discovered at League has been applied to resisting evictions and to other illegal purposes. Fox, of New York, offers to back Teeinor against Kemp for the sculling championship and SOOOdol. aside. He will allow Kemp lOOOdol. if the race is rowed in America. The two latest murders of women have created a feeling of horror throughout London. Numbers of women are completely terror stricken. Such a panic has not been experienced for ninny years. Further investigations of the bodies of the victims lead to the conclusion that the same murderous hands were employed as in the previous tragedies. No clue has yet been obtamed of the murderers. The police are almost paralysed at the extraordinary boldness of the murderers. Their inability to protect life and an-est ...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 3 October 1888

GENERAL NEWS. A telegram from Mackay (Queensland) on Satur day says : — A shocking tragedy was reported to the police yesterday. John Aitkcn, a selector, aged between 40 and 50 years, residing between Sandy aud Alligator Creeks, according to the messenger ll'lm l.,./*M.rlii t tin nau'G li-if] a nlinrrft) \l*tt*.!i ItlC^infi^ An encounter took place between them, which the man ended by cutting her throat aud then his own. A man named W. Landfills, who reported the matter, says he was riding past the selection when he saw a man fall. The wife was then lying face downwards. A razor and a tomahawk were found lying ou the ground, The police at once started for the scene of the tragedy. Three children (nine, six, and three years old) arc left. A Melbourne telegram ou Monday says :— A gang of burglars made a desperate attempt to rob the premises of John Greenhill, engineer, at South Melbourne. Ou Sunday morning a young hwly who was slccpuig ou the premises was awakcucd by feeling a baud on...

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

B^IDWODD D1SP/\TCH. * Streuue et Prosper*. WEDNESDAY/^CrpBER, 3, 188P,

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

DR. SPEERS AMERICAN DISPENSARY, 4C MARGARET STREET, (Between George aud ybrk-streets,) P.O. BOX 920. DR SPEER is a regular Graduated Physician, educated at Harvard College, U.S. {for ooa Urination see New Zealand Gazette, January 21st, 1880 ; also N.S. Wales Gazette, April 17th 1888). The doctor has devoted 14 years to the study of CHRONIC, NERVOUS, AND SPECIAL UIS KASE8. Four of these were in the loading hospi tals of the United States, which enables Iiim to treat all private troubles with excellent results. All applying to him will receive his honest opinion of their enmnhuuts. No experimenting ; no Mercury used. He will guarantee a positive cure ill every case he undertakes, or forfeit £200. His reason for doing bo is this — where there is no organic disease, aud nothing but an inorganic trouble, or, in other words a conglomeration of symptoms producing a certain result, there is no reason why it cannot be removed with the proper remedies, therefore he guarantees. He wished it di...

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 3 October 1888

LOCAL NEWS. The Horse Show.— The parade of stallions is to take place to-morrow when we expect to. see :a. goodly muster of the cocKoscesjti in horseflesh to scan the merits of the different competetive sires of the coming season. Prizes have been offered for. the progeny of the sircs'of former years and wo hope to see a good show of youngsters. Prizes are to be given also for the best jumping horse. Mineral Uetokns.— The Mining Registrar for the Little River and Ncrriga divisions has kindly furnished us with the amounts that have been paid to him for mineral and gold leases and miners' rights during the last quarter ending September 30, as follows :— Little River : Leases (6), £33 ; Miners' Rights and Licenses, £10. Total, £43. Nerriga : 10 Gold Leases (1G5 acres), £187 ; 1 Mineral Lease (silver) 40 acres, £15; Miners' Rights and Licenses, £15. Total, £217. The returns from the same period, as kindly given us by Mr. Oslear, for what is know as the Shoalhuvcn division, are as follow...

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NOTES AND COMMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 3 October 1888

NOTES AND COMMENTS. A vjjnv essential oorroctiou appears in Saturday's Sydney Tjei-euuai'H. Mr. R. Scott Ross writes : — p ' lit my letter of yesterday's ibsuo there appears an . . raror— myfault— Jtisihis;— 'Takeup almost any .. ' ; book you like on tlie subject mid you will learn from .- it -that protection b shaking -and tottering to its falL' It should read that ' f rcetrade is Bhakiiig,' St., to. HYiUybu kindly favour me with making the correction.' ♦ # ♦ * * Another very pronounced correction of the free traders has been administered to Mr. Wise, whose lights are being forced into a sputtering, flickering . hilliance as the lights of bis party arc dying out. . Mr. Wise sets himself up as the foremost champion 'of the Freetrade cause. He stumped the country ? last general election and persuaded himself doubt' less that lie did wonders in achieving that famous * ?,.'.. victory for the Freetrade party. He is now taking to the country again to rally up his forces, charm ingly obli...

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SIGNED AND SEALED. CHAPTER IV (Continued). MILLIE'S CONFESSION. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 6 October 1888

SIGNED AND SEALED. ? L_+- ? : ? CHAPTER IV (Continued). whaie's confession. His woixis fell chill on ^Mildred's heart. She felt the colour steal from her cheek ; a sadness like the presentiment of some ap proaching (rouble weighed upon her. , ? SVhat would Glen House — what would life, despite the changes that lately had come to both, be with Laurence Hawkwood away ? He had grown to be part of her waking ' thoughts, 'of her dreams, of herself. Conquering % an effort the uervous tremour of her lips, jmnoyed that she had paused she answered, ' To carry away sketches of places -vve have visited with pleasure must be delightful. Yet,' with a little laugh, 'you can hardly have agree able memories of our river.' *( On the contrary, I hold it in more esteem than all rivers. A simple act of justice, Miss Houghton, having such cause to be grateful to 'it,' ' Grateful, -when it nearly killed youT' She glanced quickly up to him, then as quickly averted her gaze. 'Rather say that it gave me a n...

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THEY ARE NOT DEAD? [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 6 October 1888

pii'l do not think wo *ro parteij V^cttnlo^o*-eherfe6-«oMlbVe^s . There is uo death for the true-hearted, The loved, who hasten on before ; Who open doors for us, and igfghten : ' The way o' tho cross tliat We must treat}) And, smootJiing tUe rortgU pbices, Hgliten ,. ^_ Tlie}ond weuorei sbbs are not dead ! *??' ' ^'We1mowii61i'whatidivjner mission Is theirs, who pass from sense and breath Set free in that sublime transition ? : v ^To boundless Jife— that mtb call death! t n i ^iD- the %terfaal gates be hidden ; That shut them from our inortel sight, UnrecogdiBed, end *-f t unbidden, They yet are with us day aud night. They move us Uiro' our finer senses, They play upon the deeper chords a'f pt life, these loving influences, ?' ***'?* 'Th'e'Bbngs ?we'iioverset to -worojs ; But in our conscious hearts there lingers The meaning of thai loftier strain, ir /Chat, wakened hy invisible fingers, * ?id ' Stirs US to nobler joy— or palu. . Beset by iUs that daze and, wound us, Cowed by. the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 6 October 1888

WANTED, a GOOD LAB, who can milk. Apply at the Office of this paper. Dressmaking. A PPEENTICES WANTED. J\. MISS STAFFORD, Wallace-Street. Church of England Temperance Society. A CONCERT WILL take place at the SCHOOL HOUSE, on MONDAY .EVENING, 8th instant at 7.30 p.m. Good -Programme. ,-???_? , , . ? All are invited. :- ADMISSSION FREE, PARASOLS^' In 'this Department I am now showing a. ' largeassortment of all the LATEST STYLES ? and of course this includes some of the now very fashionable 'Long Handle Parachutes,' more popularly known fts ' fflJBB&STi BEATERS.' I have this line in nice quality SATIN, with great variety of' liaridles, and they are veritable ' HOME SUTLERS.' O. B. PAYNE, FREE TRADE STORES.

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LONDON. THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 6 October 1888

LONDON. TlICBSDAY. The cruisers intended for the Australian auxiliary squadron will be launched in April next, will he fitted and ready for service in September. |The Admiralty will keep the whole of the ? cruisers to augment the British fleet if the Australian authori ties should not l-e satisfied with the \-essels. The French authorities nave ueciaea tnac loreig ners visiting France and remaining in the country for over a fortnight shall be called upon to diseloBe the objet of their visit and particulars: of personal history. The Miners employed in the collieries throughout the United Kingdom are agitating for an increase of wages. A great strike is imminent as the men threaten to cease work if their demands are not complied with. The St. James Gazette, commenting on the impending strike, predicts that a coal famine will shortly be experienced. The excitement in Germany over the publication of the Emperor's diary is unabated. Later, Attacks on Suakim are decreasing. The Arabs are ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 6 October 1888

Xllc HI dilUVU LjUU iJluUdiiiuu ?llv VllHRiiflfl ??iffitiiwM AND MINING JOURNAL IS published every Wednesday anil Satuuday, al the Ofliee, Wallace-street, Hraidwood. The -terms of subscription to tlio Bhaidwood DisrATt'H rn-e 20s. per aiumm, or 5s. per quarter, paid in advance, ami 6s. if )x-oked. The quarters respectively terminate on the 31st March, 30th June, 30th September, iintl 31st December hi cadi year, at which periods only discontinuance on pay ment of arrears will be received. Intending subscribers are, Iwwevcv, informed that their sub scription will only Uc charged from the period of commencement to the cud of the quarter. TERMS FOB ADVERTISING. Tho charges for advertising are us follows: — For two lines of space ? 1b. Od — four Hues of space ,. ? 2s. Od — eight lines, or oue iucli ? 3s. Od — every additional eight lines ? Is. 6d All orders for withdrawal of ndvertiscments must be given on or before Monday and Thursday at 6 p.m. Since the late fire the Proprietor has re-...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 6 October 1888

THE GRANDEST DISPLAY ~ -OF— LADIES' FASHIONABLE JACKETS EVER SEEN IN BRA1DWOOD Now parked off and ready for Inspection AT c. i nun iiiK These Goods are Excellent in Finish and of Choicest Colorings. The shapes comprise among others the Garibaldi, Covert, Sylvia, Norfolk, Blouse, &c, and can be obtained in Special Patterns of Zeyphrs, Prints, Flannel ettes, Jersey and Nun's Cloth. IN EVERY SIZE AND PRICE AT FREE TRADE STORES, BRAIDWOOD. A Grand Concert wnjj UK GIVEN IK TliE Young Men's Hall, Araluen, ON FRILAY, OCTOBER 12, BY THE PUPILS attemliiig ST. JOSEPH'S CONVENT. A Quadrille Party will follow. ADMISSION, 2s. ? _ 'AUSTRALIAN STORES? NEWSPRINGDRAPERY NOW OPENING, COSSISTHSG OF 10 Cases of Dress Coods & Genera! Drapery 3 Cases Men's, Youths', and Boys' Ready-made Clothing. ALSO, 5 Trunks Boots and Shoes. These Goods arc Most Fashionable aud Varied. PURCHASED FOR CASH in a glutted market, will lie submitted at prices leaving the SMALLEST MARGIN OF PROFIT. A -call as...

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PUBLICAN'S LICENSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 6 October 1888

vubucak's ucbk'se. ? An apwlication wiia made by Mr. jAmes O'Brien for the Iiooubc of a* public hbuse in Wallace Street not yet erected, on condition that the building should be put lip in accordance with the plans sub mitted. The Bench granted the license subse quent to the condition and with tho proviso -ais demanded by the Act that the house bta-eady for occupation within twelve months.' . - '

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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 6 October 1888

G-ENEEAL NEWS. The young man Gordon Lawrence, who was ar rested iu female -lisgiuse at the Melbourne Exhibi tion ou Saturday night, was presented before the City Court ou Monday (says the Age) on charges of insulting behaviour and vagrancy. Public ex citement ran high, and from before 10 o'clock, until fairly late in the afternoon the entrance to the station in Little Collins-street was blocked by a crowd of spectators who gazed anxiouslyftt the empty prison van in the vain hope that the prisoner might at any moment alight from it. The court was crowded, and the police had the greatest possihle difficulty in keening the avenues. His annearance caused a decided sensation. Dressed in a red shirt, and a close fitting jacket of hlue, striped with white, the outlines of his figure wonderfully resembled those of a woman, and the deception was still further increased by a flaxen wig, surmounted by a jaunty hat. The momentary mistake of tlie pre siding magistrate in asking what 'she ' was c...

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Small Debts Court. PELL AND SON V. W. SILARPE. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 6 October 1888

Small Debts Court, FELl, AXD SOS V. W. SIIAKI'S. £) is professional sci'viccs. This nmount hud been paid into, court, less costs cf court, 5s, for which a verdict was 'accordingly given. IHJOH r.\RRy V. THOMAS VAUKEST. £8 ]s Oii, being amount due on two prouiisoiy notes «f £i each with Interest added. A verdict Was given for the above amount with 30s Oil costs of court and 10s Gd one witness, EDWABD WEOB V. THOMAS WARBBJC. This was a case where the defendant had agreed to pay the plain tiff £ 1 a month to cover a debt due by his (defendant's) son to (he plaintiff. The amount sued for was nine installments, £!), less contra ac count, £2 15s. A verdict was given for the amount churned, £0 5s, with 10s Gd costs of court.

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OPENING SYDNEY-KIAMA RAILWAY. A BOARD THE VICE-REGAL AND PARLIAMENTARY EXPRESS TRAIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 6 October 1888

OPENING SYIKNEY-KIAMA KAll/WAY. A'BOARDTHE VICE-RKGAL AND PAR LIAMENTARY EXPRESS TRAIN. (11V OUR Sl'ECIAL COManHSIOKKR. ) ' Thanks to tlie courtesy . of Mr. Read, traffic manager of our Metropolitan and Western and .Southern railway lines, 1 was provided with ; a snug corner in a confortable ' first class' along with friends of genial mind. Tin's enhanced the pleasu res of contemplation over the scenes I shall, . as briefly as I can, describe for the delectation of your -readers, THE BEDFEnK PLAWOBrt, aglow with life, we left at 9,30 a.m. The train was in charge of Mr. Read, aud the skilful engine driver cracked on steam, or rather got rid of his steam so deftly that we sped on at a merrie rate, leaving half a score of stations behind us, aud rush ing over the grand iini, bridge which crosses George's River at Como, 13 miles from Sydncj, we rolled over this in 20 minutes and passed the COMO STATIOK so swiftly we had but time to give fitful glances up and down the beautiful river, to...

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