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OUR TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, TUESDAY, 9.33 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 10 October 1888

OUR TELEGRAMS. v ? (WIOM OL'E OWN COItUKSrOSDENT.) iiif1\-Tl-'\T' Tuesday, 9.33 a.m. Sir Anthony Musgrave, governor 01 y«w»»»^ died suddenly last night. 12 (noon.) At the stock sales yesterday, 800 cattle were 15/9 and others from 4/. The opening wool sales were conluiuo.1 yesterday. There was a numerous attendance of buyers ami competition w* fairly brisk. Oood greasy reach the wool on the whole was nipcrior to anything yet marketed this season, uiid prices show u slight advance on lost October rates. Heaw win continued throughout yesterdiiy. All amusements, including tlio eight-hour demonstra tion, were abandoned, although a largo number of people U-avoUcd on the variousjuilway lines. llic ctalit-hour celebration committee have decided to hold the demonstration on Monday next, and cllbrte arc being mode to induce the Government to proclaim another holiday o» thut day, but there is verv little probability of the doinaud being ac ceded to. The miu extended well into the country diBt...

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

BUPWOOD DISPATCH. Strarne ct VroBperc t : , WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1S8P.

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

FURNER BROTHERS AND JONES. THE PREMIER STORES, AUBURN STREET, GOULBURN. SHEARING SEASON 1888. . . ?-.-..? ? Now that the Shearing Season is approacMug we shall be glad to quote prices for SHEARING SUPPLIES. Woolsacks (Calcutta, 141bs. V - ' LOUGHS PATENT WOOLPRtSS' Burgon and Ball's Shears LUUUn O TJliMI WUULrncop, Tattoo Oil INSPECTION INVITED. StOCkholltt Tar ' ? THIS PRESS is rapidly taking the 'PREMIER' PLACE; therefore we run it. Raddle, Bed or Blue ? * ?tiS^ySStaaKvak ' ? .. Seainill2J Twine It is easily packed for removal, i£ necessary. o , It is convenient for sewing aud removing the bale. oUgai'S It can be worked by two boys. - '.'??.- ..- .;.? TCittlSYll TV*OC It will turn out equal quantity with the higliest priced Press. : XVelliUJil J_dl» it is well aud strongly built of best material. ? Houshehold Teas. ' .is m^^1 i*aiiis of ^t^a quality. . It is only $28 1OS. on mil, Sydney. . s^~ We intend Cutting the Prices as usual, so don't neglect to send for Quotations. ^£ 'We d...

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The Day Dawn Mine. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 10 October 1888

TUc Day Dawn Mine. The opening of the Day Dawn Mine at Little River, under the management of the new company, took place on Monday. A number of visitors were present by Invitation from Bmidwod. There were also present a number of shareholders in the com pany from Goulburn, consisting of Messrs, H. S. viaiuion \joayor oi laouiuurn, ana i^uairuuui vi wie Board of Directors -of the Company), R. E, Con nelly, A. Ai Kerr, R. S. Davidson, A. H. Coiiway, T. Mdran, juur., Quirk and others. They 'arrived here on Saturday night by special coach. The mine is situated about ten- miles from Braidwood on what is called Settlers' Flat. The Day Dawu was the name given to the claim on its being originally taken up, and another adjoining claim was put with it and Bold out to Messrs. HyamsaadPhillipB-whofloatedthem into the present company i- -- The crushing jnill was set iu. motion on Monday when the directors arrived. It is a Huntingdon mill, oud attached to the mill are two con centrators for savin...

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 10 October 1888

LOCAL NEWS. ? 4 ? ? Teacubks Appointed.— The undermentioned teachers have been appointed to the positions and schools in connection with their respective names : — Miss M. B&rthelemy, teacher, provisional school, Mudbttry Creek ; Mias H. Brice, teacher, provisio nal school, Gurrockbilly. The following pupil teacher Jibs gamed promotion to class 1 : Ellen M. Xsley, itajorVCreek. . . . PaSTOBAI., PlKAVOE, TttUST AND ACEXCY Co. Limited. — It will be seen by advertisement else where that the time for the receipt of applications for shares in the company has been extended to the 10th November. Thin extension has been found necessary iu order to give the Courts of Queens land, New Zealand, and Tasmania more tune to bring the objects of the company before the widely dispersed constituents of those colonies. Shares will be allotted according to priority of application and auy shares unapplied for by the above men tioned date will be placed on the London market. Coxceot is Araujes. —...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 10 October 1888

GENERAL NEWS. The Chief Justice says that the, gaols at Silver ton are uot fit to keep dogs in. Women had been confined in places where it is utterly improper they should be confined. It was sad enough that men should be ironed, but when irons were placed on women it was revolting. The anthrax experiments were continued at Junce on Wednesday. Professor Kendall, of the Veteri nary Institute, Victoria, expressed himself well satisfied with the fail- way in which they had been conducted. Mr. Bruce Btated that there were ap 130,000 sheep ' Mr, T. Archer, C.M.G., has resigned lus posiliou as a member of the Imperial Federation League. The reason assigned is because Earl Roscbery, the president of the League, is aiming at the dissolu tion of tho union between Great Briton and Ire land In the Ncwtown Police Court on Friday (toys the Evemno News) before Mr. T. K. Abbott, S.M., Walter and Mary Gibson were charged with Slaving is&aulted a little boy named William Baker. When Dr. Kdwar...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 13 October 1888

lie Braidwooi Dispatch AND MINING JOURNAL IS published every Wki-sksi-a.v and Satoruav, at the Office, Wallace-street, Briiitlwood. The twins of subscription to tlio Bbaidwood Wisi'atch arc 20s. per iinnmn, or 5s. per quarter, paid in advance, and 6s. if hooked. The quarters respectively tenmnntc on t!vc 3 1st March, 30tU June, 30tli September, and 31st December in each year, at which periods only disotmtimtaueo on pay ment of arrears will be received. Intending subscribers arc, however, informed that their sub scription will only be charged from the period of commencement to the eud of the quarter. TERMS FORADVKRTISING. T.!ie charges for advertising ave as follows; — For two lines of space ? U. Od — lour lines of space ? ,. 2s. Od — eight lines, or one inch ... ... 3s. Od — every additional eight lines ? Is. fid All orders for withdrawal of advertisements must lie given on or before Monday and Thursday at C p.m. Since the late 6re the Proprietor has re-stocked with an ENTIRELY HEW ...

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SIGNED AND SEALED. CHAPTER V. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 13 October 1888

SIGNED AND SEALED. CHAPTER V. (Continued.) u Thank you. You do me but justice, Miss Houghton, and give me courage to con clude my remark, which is that I should hardly have thought a small trouble would so affect a nature so strong and evenly balanced as yours.' She looked up at him, slightly alarmed : but he having turned to walk by her side, did not, or pretended »ot to perceive the glance as he continued, ' Yet^ at times, small troubles are more irritating than large ones. Small or large ones, Miss Houghton, as a friend of my sister's, a f rieud whom she much respects, if I could aid you in any way I should only be too honoured by your accepting my services. A lawyer's advice is really of value sometimes.' Poor Helen ! How she wished she dared accept such a confidant, as, with a faint smile, she answer ed, ' I am sure of that, Mr. Llandells ; but I do not think it would be tome, in my case. There are some troubles that must be borne.' 'And yours is that nature?' She paused ; then...

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Horrible Murders of Women in London. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 13 October 1888

Horrible Murders of Women in London. The STANnAUD of August 31 says :— Scarcely has the horror and sensation caused by the discovery of the murdered women in Whitechapel some short time ago had time to abate, than another discovery is made, which, for the brutality cxeix;ised on the victim, is even more shocking, and will 110 doubt create as great a sensation iu the vicininy :is its predecessor. The affair, up to the present, in en veloped in complete mystery, and the police have as yet no evidence to trace the perpetrators of the horrible deed. The fact* arc that as Constable John Neil was walking down ))uukg-row, Tlionias street, WJiitochapel, about a (juartcr to 4 o'clock this morning, he discovered a woman, between 3o and 40 years of age, lying at the side of tlie street with her throat cut right open from ear to ear, the instrument with which the deed was done tracing the throat from left to right. The wound was about 2iu. wide, and blood was flowing profusely ; in fact j she w...

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OUR TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, FRIDAY, 10.30 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 13 October 1888

OUR TELEGRAMS. fi-'ftAM nrn. nwN* tYiniiKSPnvnKNT. ^ SYDNEY FlMDAY. 10.30 I'.M. At the Homelmsh stock sales y- sterday SOI) cattle were yarded. There was a good attendance of buyers ami prices advanced I.i/ per hea.-l, the highest average for bullocks being £10 2/7 and others from £1 2s 4d. 2000 sheep were penned. Host merinos averaged )2/, othci-s from 5/, and crossbrods from 1 1 / to 1 8/3 per haul. The cable is still interauptod. The repairing ship yesterday secured one oud of the old cable. The Government have issued invitations to their supporters and the members of the Upper House for a dinner at Government house on the 22nd iust. At an executive meeting yesterday a large amount of ordinary business was transacted. Nothing was done with regard to the work of the forthcoming session. The Government have received information that a large liody of unionist shearers are camped near Wagga W.igga and have intercepted, maltreated and prevented a number of non-unionists from pro ceedi...

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Fire at Kiama. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 13 October 1888

Fire at Kiama. An Eveni.vi; Xtws telegram says : — A destructive fire occurred at Mi1. IX Muir's general store, situated near the Steampacket Hotel, in Terralong-strec-t, aliout 2 or 3 o'clock on Wednesday morning, which resulted in the totiil destruction of the building and tbe entire stock-in-trade. The fire was first seen about half-past two o'clock. A signal was at once given, and tbe bells at the post-office clock tower and the Church of Kngland quickly rang an alarm, and a large number of people promptly answered the call. No attempts were made to save tlie building, which was in a short time one mass of iiaine. All efforts were therefore directed to ward preserving tbe adjoining property. The con- j tents of tlie tanks were utilised for this purpose, | and proved successful. The building in question i was owned by Mi1. H. Fatzeus. Singular to say, j the previous building, which occupied tiie same j site, was destroyed in March last year. Jfr I Fa(/i;!is then, by ;iu arrangeme...

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CABLE MESSAGES. LONDON, OCT. 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 13 October 1888

CABLE MESSAGES. fFrom the Svibicv Papers.) Losdox, Oct. 8. There appears to be some truth iu the statement that appeared us the London press at the time that the Emperor William was incensed, because his mother had handed over to the Queen the diary and papers of the late Emperor Frederick. The reason of this course was not at the time known, except that it was bruited about that if William t'Ot possession of the papers and diary in question ne M'ould have caused them either to oe des troy^ or else to be placed iu safe keeping, so that their contents, which, m some instauces, are be lieved to deal fully with luomentoas European mat ters, might uot lie divulged, The motive of the Dowager Empress appears to have extended beyond this, as it is now announced that an exhaustive and au auouyuious biography of the late Km peror is to appear in Kovember, with a preface written by the Empress Dowager Victoria, which is of a very pathetic character. Lord Salisbury is now busily engaged revisi...

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Penal Servitude for Life [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 13 October 1888

Penal Servitude for Life A sentence of penal servitude for life was passed at the Metropolitan Court of Quarter Sessions on Tuesday by his Honor Mr. District Court Judge Docker. The prisoner was a low, ruffianly-looking man named Frank Ellard, and he pleaded guilty to having, 011 March 14 last, assaulted with intent to do grievous liodily barm a constable named Edward Devjn. The circumstances of the case are singularly painful and revolting iu character. It would appear that on the day named in the indict ment, the complainant, Devin, had occasion to arrest a man named Orr, in Forbes-street, Woollooinooloo, and that whilst in the act of so performing lijs duty, the prisoner Ellard suddenly became transformed from a human being to a wild beast. Without much ado he ' went ' for the constable, knocked him down, jumped on liis bead and face, and expres sing his intention to 'do for him,' walked on his chest aud abdomen . until the blood spirted from tlie poor fellow's mouth and nostrils...

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WOMAN'S WORK. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 13 October 1888

„€/ J !lM$ «§ny * WftUny ^St take, In many a crook and ore vice, And many a biscuit I must bake fPor Jlnud and me and Lcvis, sweep, I dust, I cook* I rise Up & the morning early, ? I wash the breakfast dishes, and ,: ?'-. i. *- I churn n»d dross iheW-y. I make the dust and dry leaves fly Against my npw broom fairly, ; , I chatter, chatter as I go ?M! -ir: ?? Be^tttel Tost so rarely, *? l?or memwiy come and meu may go, ., But I go on forever, over, !'' . I go on forever. 1 ? I move about and in and out, WliUo here the chickens feeding, , . And here and there at a hawk to shout, But iittle they are heeding. I walk, I run, Iskip, I hop Prom one thing to auother; lutop todress a wuteeor cut, Forthe children run to mother. Then to the garden I imiBt go . To see what work is needed, Tor plants must be set out, you kuow, And then they must Imj weeded. For nieu can't stop, for they must go, 1 . ' ~ But we vrork on forever, ever. We work «u forever. I scrape the tray and 'put to righ...

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The Cable again Interupted. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 13 October 1888

The CaWe again lntcrimtcil. We are again cut off from communication with Kurope by cable, in consequence of the duplicate cable between Port Darwin and Banjoewangie liaving become broken, Since the protracted inter ruption to the cable in July last, when both lines became silent simultaneously, messages have been received through the new cable, which wns laid in 1870. The repairing steamer Sherard Osbone lias been at work ou the old cable since the 2nd instant : and 111 consequence of tjie cable being uuned in , the bed of the oceau great difficulty wus expe- ' rienced in picking it up. It parted on the night of the 2ud. Ou tlie following day effort* were made to grapple the cable, but iu couse- : quence of the heavy state of the weather, ' the . work of grappling was uusuecessful. The repairing ship returned to Baujoewaugie ou ' the morning of the 5th instant, iu order to see if I the duplicate cable was all tight, aud left again ( the same day for the locality of tlte break. The j...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 13 October 1888

WANTED, a GOOD LAD, who can milk. Apply at the Office of this paper. Apology. I THE UNDERSIGNED, do APOLOGISE to , Mr. P. Grant and Miss An'NE Grant for certain scandals that have beeu circulated by me with a view to damage their character, for which I have no foundation. (Sf«ked) ELWARD WOLF, Little River. iv - * „ fHENRY GRREN. Witnessed |pHIL qjoper A Grand Concert, IK AID OF Tau I. O. G. T. PIANO FUND, WILL BE HKL.D fS TUB Oddfellows' Ball, Araluea, OS THURSDAY EVENING, 18th OCTOBER, 1888. TICKETS, Is 0d EACH. Dooi-8 open half-past 7. Commence at 8 p.m. Notice. ALL persons are requested to RE MO VE THEIR STOCK, at once from off the land on liORO CREEK, known as the selection 6f Gkokue BrtAD burv, Jun. If nut the parties trespassing will be PROSECUTED. CAROLINE BRADBUHY. Braidwoud, 9th October. ' PARASOLS. Iu this Department I am now showing a largeiMKortmcut of all the LATEST STYLES and of course this includes some of the now v$ry fashionable 'Loug Handle Parachutes,' more popul...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 13 October 1888

BlfllDWOOD DISPATCH. Strcnue ct Prospere. SATURDAY, OCTOBER, 13, 188?, s

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 13 October 1888

FUBNER BROTHERS AND TONES. THE PREMIER STORES, AUBURN STREET, GOULBURN. * SHEARING SEASON 1888. ' . ' Now that the Shearing Season is approaching we shall be glad to quote prices for SHEARING SUPPLIES. Woolpacks (Calcutta, 141bs. ' I minil'Q PATENT WflfllPRF^ '' Burgon and Ball's Shears LUUUn ° rftl'' WUULnttOO. Tattoo Oil INSPECTION INVITED. StOCkhollli Tar ' THIS PRESS is rapidly taking tlie 'PllEMIER' PLACE; therefore we run it. Raddle, Red or Blue * 5 «*upi« very Kt*ie floor space. q . ' r.^ . It lias only one lever. oCaittlllg JL WlUC . It is easily packed for removal, if necessary. ^Sil-y£kl*e * It is convciuent far sewiug and removing the bale. fj I t £4,(11 © It can be worked by two boys. T£at,ifir) ToSW *&. It wiU turn out equal quantity with the highest priced Press. ' J A«U 1- MI A CO» ^ It Js we)1 and strong,y bunt of b(j5t mater£, e JXOUShehOld TeaS. Jt is fitted with chains of best tested quality. It is only IJ22 1 ©S. on rail, Sydney. s^ We intend Cutting the ...

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Mr. Ryrie's Address. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 13 October 1888

Sir. Eyrie's Adrtress. ' Jttrv E^rie addressed his constituents at tlie Literary Institute, Braid wood, on Thursday even ing last. -??'Cher* were nearly two hundred persons . .'present.. Mr.,l\ J, Bnberta.of jEKeter-irami, occu pied the chair, ??..?? ? Mr. Ryrie eaid that it certainly seemed a long tima since lie had last addressed them, which was on the occasion of bis' returning thanks for the honor they had donohim iu returning iiim for the fourth , timeiSthfeir. ve^rcsenfetivc,aper a contested dee iion. This delay, however, was not from any care lessness o» liis -part, ttad much less from any want j*J'T&ppi*ciatio)i of, their kindness and courtesy to , dbini. Grhpinaln rwantdrMsuothaviugpaidthein a. visit jearUer, was that .there had beeu 60 little .done iu'ihe 'House with vogavd to the legislation of ,: t& coviiitry that lie had considered it a mere farce ?' ttigi\i6'ihem'»J-y aoeouut of his.*te\mT-lship, the ' jnatteft'tliatluia occupied Oio time of the House I...

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 13 October 1888

LOCAL NEWS. ? .». . . ConcEBT in Bkajdwood,— Nothwitlistanding the inclemency of the weather, a very largo number of ipeoplcvasseuibled on Monday evening in St. Andrew's Schoolhouso at the monthly concert civen uuilcr tlie auppievs of the Church of England Temperance Society. A long and varied pro ,. gronnneoi vocal ona instrumental pieces was given to the great satisfaction of tlio audienco by whom many of the performers 'were rapturously encored. At tlic close of the concert, the Rev. C. L. Haudcock stated Itkat the concerts were only designed to take place dining the winter months, .when there was but little amusement open ? to the public, lUidthftt this Concert would be tlie lost of the series. He stated that the concerts were intended to be a meaks for briiiging all claasses and creeds together upon a. perfect equality for an evening's enjoyment, and he heartly thanked those who had worked bo well to wake the project ft complete euccess. Mr, W. A. Kershaw proposed a hearty vote...

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