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An Extraordinary Charge. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 6 October 1888

An Extraordinary Charge. At the Central Police Court on Tuesday, before Mr. Dclohery, D. S.M., Stephen Downcs, 30, of Driimmoync Park, who, it was alleged, is the pos sessor of an independent fortune of £2000 a year and largo freehold propoi-iy; was charged with having stolen a bunch of green barley, valued at twopence, tho property of one NVilliaui Aitkeu lieftd, a neighbour. The accused had spent two nights in the lockup, bail of fJOOO having been offered by Alderman Mcckcs, and refused, under the terms of the statute. The defendant in the course of his evidence stated that at about 1 1 p.m., oil Saturday, from something that he bad noticed, he loaded a shot gun with quail dust, such as he usually peppered the silver eyes with, aud found Downes in a stoop ing atticude ' ' hacking down a dozen or so of barley' with a scythe. He challenged him three times by shouting ' Stop, or I'll shoot,' but as the threat had no effect, Sic ' Jet fly, and over seat his man on his face.' He then r...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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OUR TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY FRIDAY, 11.30 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 6 October 1888

OUR TELEGRAMS. (from oub own coeuesposdext.) SYDNEY FaiDAY, 11.30 a.m. At the Homelmsh stock sales yesterday 000 cattle wore yarded, and prices were firm, best beef being worth 21s (id per cwt. Prime bullocks averaged £8 Cs and others £6 8s 2d. 18,«0 sheep were penned. Best merinos brought 12s 6d and others from 0s ; a few croSBbreds reached 14s. The report of the Commission on the tramway frauds shows that a large body of employees were not in any way concerned with the frauds. yesterday's dust storm was the most violent ex perienced for years, the wind's velocity reaching SO miles an hour. Considerable damage was done to house property and shipping. The coal strike is still unsettled, although the great majority of the men arc prepared to resume work on the terms iu force six weeks back. The shin Tannadice left for Hongkong yesterday ?with 90 Chinese aud 11,700 sovereigns. At the H-iy Circuit Court Thomas Harris was seutencedlto death tor violently smothering on infant child. The ...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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Kemp, Searle, and Teemer. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 6 October 1888

Kemp, Scarlc, and Tceuicr, Hanlan, peeble, Watsou, aud Searle's backers (together with a number of friends) met at Beach's Hotel on Tuesday night. Hanlan has heard from jl'eClWOI*. _*M»»J wialjoa t*, jllolid^L itmtittli . for rX?ow*\o*: to row the winner of the Kcmp-Searle race for £500 aside on the Parramatta Hirer. After consi derable discussion the following agreement was made : — ' Memorandum of agreement entered into this day between Edward Hanlan, of Toronto, for aud on behalf of John Teenier, of Pittsburg, and Charles Smith of Sydney, forand on behalf of Henry Searle, of Sydney, whereby it is mutually agreed between the above-iiamet1 Edward Hanlan and Charles Smith that should the said Heniv Searle win the match now pending with Peter Ivemp, aud thereby obtain the title of champion of the world, the said Henry Searle and John Teenier shall be matched to row for £300 aside aud the champion ship of the world. The match to be rowed on the Parramatta River one hour after ebb tide...

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CABLE MESSAGES. LONDON, OCT. 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 6 October 1888

CABLE MESSAGES. ? * ? (From the Svdnev Paners.) Loxw»*.Oct. 2. It is believed tliat the Senate will advise the Unit-oil .States to take over the entire debt of Can ada, with a view to the establishment of a political and commercial union between tbe two countries. It is reported that the Committee of Foreign Relations of the Senate of the United States will likely advise Congress to urge President Cleveland to invite Canada to join the States. News from the Soudan Btates that 4000 Der vislies, from Dougola, are marching on Surras. Cardiual Moran, iu the course of a sermon preached iu Dublin Cathedral, said that Australia was tlie Drigntest gem in tlie jsritisn oroivn. an also stated that there was no Church in Christen dom more attached te the Papacy titan the Homtm Catholic Church in Australia. The Irish in Aus tralia, he said, were determined to help Ireland as far as possible to assert her rights. It is intended to confer the freedom of Dublin upon Carduial Moiwi. M. de Freycinet...

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The Newcastle Strike. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 6 October 1888

The Newcastle Strike. Xo change in the present state of affails can lake place till next Tuesday, when the masters hold a meeting in Sydney to discuss the situation. The mediation committee will place au agreement before them, which members of the committee hope will be acceptable to both parties. The impression is' that something tangible will be the result, and that me crisis win ue enacu »y noiaws a joiinai con ference between the committees of both sides. It would be going too far to predict what the upshot will be. It is said that the sitting of the delegate board on Tuesday broke up in confusion by the chairman, Mr. Goundry,\abrutly leaving bis post. ',T)ie manager of tlie West WaUsenil Coinpany Jias secured the services of 40 iwHitional miners, principally Italians and' Germany and they are working to. bis entire satisfaction. Fully 100 more will 1-e engaged immediately, *ud cojnfoytable tjuarbers arebiemg ; provided for .them. Mr. Peri'ott, fliejplujoim&gistrato of t...

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

BHAIBWOOP DISPATCH. Strenue et Prospfere. V f?' f SATURDAY, OC^BEa C^i88PJ . .'

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

FTJENER BROTHERS AND TONES, THE PREMIER STORES, AUBURN STREET, GOULBPRN. SHEARING SEASON 1888. - Now that the Shearing Season is approaching we shall be glad to quote prices for SHEARING SUPPLIES. wooipacks (Calcutta, i4ibS. ' LOUGH'S PATENT W00LPRE8S.' SSKVSf11'1'8*'' .nspec™njnv.ted. StOCkllOllll Tai* THIS PRESS is rapidly taking the.' PREMIER' PLACE; therefore we run it. Raddle, Red or Blue Sir^aC*'1*'* doamilKV T^wiliO ? It is easily packed for removal, if necessary. l^^clllllllj, A W LMM.\j It jg convenient £or sewiug and removing the bale. §11 O*£l,l*{») It can be worked by two boys. _ *5 . ^p It will turn out equal quantity with the highest priced Press. JLYeltlOll. J- C8US It is well and strongly built of best material. Houskehold Teas. , ittt^S^^S^r^ &^r We intend Cutting the Prices as usual, so don't neglect to send for Quotations. ^ We do the largest trade in the Croulburn. District, because our Prices are Lower than competition can touch. Never forget that if you...

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Braidwood Police Court. WEDNESDAY, 3RD OCT. (Before Messrs. J. Aldcorn, P.M., R. Maddrell and J. Wallace, J.P.'s. DEATH OF THE PUBLICANS ACT. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 6 October 1888

Braidwood Police tfToi'krfc Wednesday, 3rd Oct. (Before Messrs. j. Aldooru, P.M., JR. Maddrell -../ ? #4 J. f^alUce, J.P.;'s.J ' T iuiEiifoF iiiE traliifcAKB Act. William Adailis,1 61 -Wwii,' Hvas charged on tho Infofliuvtion of thp policowith keeping liif promises on^OTof a^Salo*f;liquowdm»n^pr-)]iibited hours, he being the holder , pi a colonial wine * license. Tjulfe was'Oj' I iirfli¥r .^uarge'ag* ainst liditf 'of pcrniit fcShe ^inBic'tau'd dancing on ithe'iiame occasion, the mgnt'tf 'W6;S0th' ultimo. ? The simple fact was cheVie''waB'i-a's&bbil parly 'being lieuVlfi the house end the police (Senior' constable MeKeon and con stable Bfake)jappeam3,on the scene a little before 12. fio onefefl^seteu prinking althoqgh the police depoBod-t^at tlie.re.ivevc men ui t)ie bar and glasses on the counter containing li$nbri' Defendant was fined £2 and 4/10.:eost* in each *ase, BEEACn OF TOG tUl'ODNPIKQ ACT. :rMtt,tthewFeehwi .was .summoned by Francis MoGrath for ha\-ing charged exces...

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

LOOAL NEWS. Braidwood 'Choiuii Socnmr.— At tlie Institute on Tuesday evening the Society held a general meeting to receive the report of the committee on ?their -inrt season iuBt ?coneiuded,--iMr. -iJohn Wai' ? lace, the President of the Society, in the chair. ! ^?i'e-brf!aiiee ^liept ; sulaiiitt^d by tho Secretary ? 'snowed that alter paying every expense in conuec ;tion with forming tlie Society, the- two concerts, and the obtaining 01 a large supply 01 music, there still remained a credit balance to a few shillings. As the success in musical matters has been as satisfactory as the financial position is, the report and balance sheet Were adopted 'with general ap proval. Cordial votes of thanks were passed to the retiirng Pi-esWent, Mr. John Wallace, (who declined to Sit again), to the conductor and Messrs. Jos. Higgins'^Alex. McDonald and 3. C. Wilson, for their services. The following office bearers were elected for the coming season of two concerts, President, Mr. K. J. C. Maddr...

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WHAT OF THAT? [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 10 October 1888

;w .:.:- WHAT OFrMIUff? A youtii and a maW in ft comer eat '- ¥orafr!eiidly*cuaV Well, what of that! ' They talked of the fashions, of books and plays ; Of people they'd known In their younger days ; And laughed ft gooil deal thereat. .t', JChen ail at ouce they failed to agree 5 Oh, mod was she, And so was he s And they glared at each other, 50 1 have lieard, But neither uttered a single word ' For the.spacc of five minutes. 'Twos quite absurd That they should such wi-auglera be, But soon was ended their little epat, And nearer they sat For a cosier chat. And the lightest whisper lest she should iniss, F He put bis arm-gently around lior, like this, And drew her towards him and gave her a kiss. Was there any great harm in that ? . That the maiden thought so, it appears .' ? ; - ' ? '? For 'she lioseo his ears; , . . , Befog young in years. And hurriedly drew away from his side, With. an. angry, look; and au air of pride ; And, oh, very hard indeed she tried To shed a few real salt ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 10 October 1888

WANTED, a GOOD LAD, who can milk. Apply at the Office of this paper. Lost, TVTEAE Poverty Flat, on Friday night, portion JN of pair of BUGGY WINKERS. Reward on delivery to c N. IIAXNAFORD. Braidwood. Wanted to Purchase, HORSEHAIR IN ANY QUANTITY. Highest price giveu. C. N. HANNAFORD, Saddler, Biuidwooil. Braidwood Temperance Society. i PUBLIC MEETING of the above Society A willbe held THIS EVENING (Wednesday), 10th Oct., at 7.30p.n, ^ JQHNST0N- Hon. Sccrctarj'. Notice. ALL persons are requested to REMOVE THEIR STOCK at once from off the land oil 150KU CREEK, known as the selection of Ueoroe Bba» buuy, Jmi. If not the parties trespassiug will be PROSECUTED. ^^^^j, Braidwood, 9th October. ? PARASOLS. In tills 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 as 'HUSBAND BEA.TEBS.' I have this line in nice quality SATIN, with great variety of handles, and the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 10 October 1888

Tho Braidwood Dispatch AND MINING JOURNAL IS published every Wednesday and Saturday, at the Office, Wallace-street, Braidwood, The terms of subscription to the Braidwood Dispatcji are 20s. per annum, or 5s. per quarter, paid in advance, and 6s. if booked. The quarters respectively terminate on the 31st March, 30th June, 30th September, and 31st December-fu each year, at which periods only discontinuance on pay ment of arrears will be received. Intending subscribers are, however, informed that their sub scription will only be charged from the period of commencement to the end of the quarter. TERMS FOE ADVERTISING. The charges for advertising are as follows: — For two lines of space ? 3s. Od — four lines of space ? 2s. Od — eight lines, or one inch ? 3s. Od — every additional eight lines ? Is, Cd All orders for withdrawal of advertisements must bo given 011 or before Monday and Thursday at 6 p.m. Since the late fire the Proprietor has re-stocked with au ENTIRELY NEW PUNT & MAC...

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SIGNED AND SEALED. CHAPTER IV (Continued) [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 10 October 1888

SIGNED AND SEALED. CHAPTER IV (ContinuedV ' Millie, Millie, you must be mad !' said Helen, distracted by the idea of what would bo the result if Sydney Brice were to disco ver this. ' Oh, you should have been braver — stronger. In your position you should not have allowed anyone even to glance at you with looks of love 1' ' I feared this -would annoy you, Lennie ; but ? ' ' Annoy me J' — and the elder sister, ris ing,, paced the room in much agitation. 'Millie, lam distracted. You know not what trouble you may bring upon us.' '. 'Not on you, Lennie. I snust bear it alone. X am willing to do that,' answered Mildred, her little chin on her hand, and tapping the floor with her foot. 'Not on me? Millie, do yo think it could come on you without coming on me also ? You ought to have had more firmness — more thought——' ' I ought to have been more of a stock or etone, I suppose. Love to me ought to have been an unknown feeling, of course ; I ought to have recoiled in horror at the name, I o...

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A Wonderful Machine. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 10 October 1888

A Wonderful Machine. The London correspondent of the S. M. Herald, writing/under date August 31, says: — Last night Colonel Goraud, the friend and agent of Mr. Edison in London, gave Mr. Irving, Mr. Comyns-Starr, and the present writer, a special phonographic seance at L/ittle jMenloe, Upper Aorwood. The famous Eng lish actor was just as much impressed with the new wonder as the London journalists were last week. The instrument is one of the marvels of the age. You can speak into it, remove your message, post it to a friend in Australia who has a phonograph ; your Australian friend -san put the message upon his machine, set it going, and it will reel off for him the words his friend has spoken — uot only the words, but in the tones of the speaker's voice, with every shade of inflection, and loud or in a whisper. Colonel Goraud showed Irving many messages ou his little wax cylinders, and then put upon the machine any he fancied. Most of them had come over from Edison. Some of them we...

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W. J. Chanman's Auction Report. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 10 October 1888

w i. riiimmaii's Auction Report. Mv Annual Spring Sale in the face of the most extraordinary adverse circumstances was unnumer ously attended, and was very successful when aU Sre are taken into consideration. The present ™y dry appearance of the weather seriously affected -the state of tbe market and prevented m^large buyers f rom operating, the , ** -was one of the worst ever experienced m ™-= »'-»; »?- 'nnd blowing with hurricane force, raising clouds of dust and spreading dismay in many hearts. The sale was particularly noticeable for its nnevenuess of cWcter V some yards selling greatly in advance of priced obtained in the rosy times o? last spring, o hJHgain scarcely realizing their value. Local buUocks were greatly in demand and sold readily some at extreme rates, young mixed cattle held Sheir own fairly well, bnt 2 and 3 years «M steers were not in demand, owing no doubt to the pre TOUmg dry weatber. M0 head of cattle were y3a^about4pOsoldatthefoUowmgpr.ces; 27 bullocks, at 8...

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The Tramway Frauds. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 10 October 1888

The Tramway Frauds. The Royal Commission appointed to inquire into the alleged tramway frauds have presented their report to the Government. The report is a rather long one, and the evidence is very voluminous, making in all nearly 300 pages of closely printed matter. Until the report is presented to the Governor and laid before the Cabinet its contents will not be made public. Thefollowing, hoxvever, are the conclusions that the Commission have arrived at : — 1. That extensive frauds have unquestionably been perpetrated, and that it is impossible to as certain to what extent the revenue has suffered. 2. That Thomas Musgrave, late assistant con ductor; Henry Ferrier, formerly conductor, aud lately employed as labourer in the railway locomo tive department, and Archibald Frazer, assistant conductor, have undoubtedly participated in the said frauds. 3. That the action of the department in dismissing Musgrave aud Ferrier was en tirely warranted by the circumstances and that Frazer's wi...

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LONDON. MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 10 October 1888

LONDON. MONDAY. The Emperor of Germany visits England at EMtcsi-s. John Uillon and Turner, Ms.P., are till inciting the Irish tenants to resist the Lami KlOTl!« Russian Ambassador at Constantinople de mands that a portion of the recent loan ol £LOOO,000 obtained by the Porte should be applied towards a settlement of the Russian clauns for WS Nile is abnormally low and a famine in Upper Egypt is feared. UwB The Dowager Empress Victoria of Germany is writing a Domestic Biography of the late Emperor. Ar^onnaisanee has been made from buakim, disclosing the presence of 1500 rebels. Numerous casualties are reported.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 10 October 1888

THE GRANDEST DISPLAY —OF— . LADIES' FASHIONABLE JACKETS EVER SEEN IN BRA1DWOOD 9 mm Now parked off and ready for Inspection AT C. I IffiR M TRADE SHE. ? o ? These Goods are Excellent in Finish and of Choicest Colorings. The shapes comprise among others the Garibaldi, Covert, Sylvia, Norfolk, Blouse, «fec, and can be obtained in Special Patterns of Zeyphrs, Prints, Flannel ettes, Jersey and Nun's Cloth. ? O ? IN EVERY SIZE AND PRICE AT FREE TRADE STORES, BRAIDWOOD.

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CABLE MESSAGES. LONDON, OCT. 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 10 October 1888

CABLE MESSAGES. (Feom the Sydney Papers.) LoKDOK,Oai. 4, Bishop Kennion, speaktug at Manchester apropros of colonial inisBimiB, said be deplored the eivewn stanco that the Church of England missions wore in spiritual competition with those of the Dissent ers. Tho Primate of Australia, Dr. Barry, will, after consecrating the Cathedral at Perth, W, A., pro ceed to Ballarat to lay (lie foundatiou-etouo of the cathedral, to be erected at that place. He will not arrive iu Sydney until late in November. ' Mr. Blaiue, sneaking at Ontario, Baid that the United States would welcome a union with Canada, but would never attempt to cooroe that country in tho matter, Speaking at luvcruoss, Lord Havtington declared ,hat the Paruellitc system of aggression iu Ireland littered little from actual rebellion, and the whole lim of Mr. Gladstone was to discredit tho present ulimuislration of luw and order in Ireland. From intelligence recked, it appears that the ittnoks by the rebels, under Osmun )-igna...

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F. L. Barker's Weekly Report. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 10 October 1888

f. I,. Barker's Weekly Report. ourlales quite half a dozen new ones are expected. Whetbfr wool is to lw admitted free into the Uaited StTtes is still an open question, but as it is wTtlinT the wage of possibilityUat the removal of ^:Z»wd\rtvlutherto imposed wiU be brought about a great Impetus wUl be given to speculation on AterFelu account*. I P^'X ba\eT the 10th inst., with a catalogue of eboutOOO bales. ? opeSfreely I was enabled to effect a clearance S&toSJl Bhort?2p to SpT pelts, lid to -Sid. nwv^SeadUv whilst in almost every other line It U^ThgroatdlfficultyacUange of owners is brought small skins including wallaby, no better; opos 2fc Ff 'my small, 'g8 to 7s ; waUaby, Is Qd to 15s j rumped, Is to 3s 6d per dozen. The hot weather approaching I would impress upon owners the necessity of preserving their skins from weevil the accomplishment of which is very simple and inex pensive according to a receipt which I shall be happy to -forward on application. Horns up firm Lar...

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