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

GENERAL NEWS. Upwards of £22,500 have been promised towards the Wesleyan Church Centennial Thanksgiving Ifund Sir Thomas M'llwraith says that he approves of a bill which would authorise the establishment of inebriate homes iu Brisbane, mid the detention of pcnious in them. A Iroinwny employees' strike is nnticipated in JlnsDane. J no dispute lias .arisen respecting 11 new agreement which tlie men are required to sign, and vraich they allege gives absolute powor to the manager. The employees have unanimously re solved not to sign the agreement in its present form. Tho attendance at tlio Melbourne Exhibition ou Monday numbered S4!i!l. At the l'rco Trade Association ou Monday, Mr. l'ulsford delivered an able address oil the Victoriaii stock tax and the cry for retaliation. He maintained that if Victoria taxes our stock, it is she, aud not we, who has to bear the burden of the tax. Further discoveries have been made at tbe Worn beyau caves. The new caves are eaid to totally eclipse the ...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 17 October 1888

Ihs Braidwood Dispatch AND MINING JOURNAL IS published every Wednesday and Saturday, at the Office, Wallace-street, BraMwood. The terms of subscription to the Bhaidwood Disi-ATCU are 20s. per aiuiuui, or os. per quarter, paid in advance, and 0s. if )jooked. The quarters respectively terminate on the 31st March, 30th June, 30th September, mid 31st December in each year, at which periods only diBCOiitiuuance on pay ment of arrears will be received. Intending subscribers arc, however, informed thai their sub scription will only be charged from the period of commencement to the end of the quarter. TERMS FOR ADVERTISING. The charges for advertising are as follows: — For two lines of space ? Is. Od — four liues of space ? 2s. Od —eight lines, or one inch ? 3s. Od — every additional eight lines ? !s. Od AU orders for withdrawal of advertisements must be given on or before Monday aud Thursday at 6 p.m. Since the late fire the Proprietor lias re-Etookcd with au ENTIRELY HEW PLANT & M...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 17 October 1888

SHOPPING BY POST. NEW AND ELEGANT DRESS FABRICS, in trusurpossed Variety, Perfectly Now Styles, JSlcgnut Designs, Charming Colorings, NEW SPRING SILKS, patterns of which will be sent Post Free on application to all parts of Australia. Corah and Pongee Silks, in new art colorings, floral designs and stripes. Surahs, in shot, plain ntid striped. Maries, in shot stripes ond phim, to match. Taffeta Ilue-gfcripcd Olaces. Twilled Foulards, in Mack aud colored. Peau dc Soic, specially mode for Spring aud Summer wear. Bonnets, Perfection Black Silks Faille Francaisc, in new colors. Combinations, in new and exquisite taste, for special wear. White Silks, Satius, Marios nn-! Vehare, (or bridal diessos. NEW SPRING DRESS FABRICS, in Charming Colors and Textures. Patterns Post Free to all parts of Australia. All-wool French Beiges. Twilled Carmelite Beiges, Summer Costume Cloths. Diagonal and Twine Striped Serges. Plain and Printed Voile Lane. Plain and Twilled Foulcs. Freucli Merges, with self ...

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CABLE MESSAGES. LONDON, OCT. 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 17 October 1888

CABLE MESSAGES. (From the Sydney Papers,) '7 iiOsuoK. Oct. 9. Sir Richard Webster, Q.C., k-Iio conducted the defence for tbe London Times in the suit 'recently heard against that paper, in which Mr. P. H. O'DunncIl claimed damages for alleged libel, has declined to accept a retainer or brief oil behalf of the paper in the actions brought by Mi1, l'aniell and the other members of tlio Irish party, aud winch will shortly come ou for hearing in Scot land. A serious railway accident has occurred in Pennsylvania. The first section of au excursion ' train was run into and completely talescopeii by the second section, and it is believed 40 per-sons have been killed and u number injured, Later. It is now known that 55 persons were killed and 40 severely iujured. The casualties were chiefly owing to a number of carriages falling into a river. The Kgytian Government has decided to forth with increase' the strength of the standing .army by oiio brigade. The latest newe to hand from Sualtim rep...

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(TO THE EDITOR OF THE DISPATCH) [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 17 October 1888

(TO T1UJ EDWOa OF THE DISPATCH.) 3)eab Sra. — Kindly allow me through your pre cious columns to say a few words iu reference to a paragraph published in one of the Sydney papers written by a dude, who styles himself as ItJ.M., referring to a ball that took place here While in one of his fits of insanity, in the first place be alludes to muddy forks and Oue Cow Flat. How tins flat got its name is easily found out, as this great wan terms himself a naturalist, aud a Door old cow with one eye and a hump oc her back generally van on 1 this flat. This man was seen every morning driving a her ami saying to himself, ' This iwuiimile must I carry its young in its pouch,' until one morning a J little girl informed him ' she was one of their old eg milkers.' Theu next he calls the committee 'a mob C of dense and dull yahoos.' Now that is just the -q only substitute that we could compare himself to, ui tearing about on its hiud claws with a grey paget /Ai that fitted too soon, lumping down to ...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 17 October 1888

WANTED, a GOOtt LAD, who can milk. Apply at the Office of this paper. ANTED, an AXEMAN for Survey Camp. Apply, E. K. ALLWORTH, Wallace-street. Stud Notice. \ LLMARESleftat PEACE'S HOTEL, Araluen J\_ for YOUNG STANHOPE will be called for on SATURDAY, tbe 27th iust, A. R. POOLEY. Free Trade Association, NEW SOUTH WALES. ALFRED MILLER, AGENT AND LECTURER OF THE ABOVE ASSOCIATION, 'TTTILL DELIVER A LECTURE FBEETKAftE v. PROTECTION, In tbe LITERARY INSTITUTE, BRAIDWOOD, on THURSDAY EVENING, the 18th INST., at 8 o'lock p.m. Chair to be taken by J. W. Bukjj, Esq., J.P. ADMISSION FREE. Tenders for Roadwork. rnENDERS will be received at BRAIDWOOD, J_ up to noon on 20th day of OCTOBER, for following works : — lid. Araluen to Moruya. Tasks 104-n, 105-n 106-n, and 111-n. Rd. Biuidwood to Bail.-ilnba. Tusk 107-n. lid. Braidwood to Neiriga. Tasks 108-ii, 109-k, 110-n, including Bridge over ' Two Waterhojes ' Creek. Rd. Braidwood to Ellington, Task 112-n. Rd. Braidwood to Sergeant's Point. Task 11...

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OUR TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, TUESDAY, 11.30 A.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 17 October 1888

OUE TELEGRAMS. (I'UOM OUR OWN COHItKSrOKlHSXT.) SYDNEY TnranAV. 11.3(1 ji.nr. At the Honiebush stock sales yesterday 990 cattle were yarded and prices were slightly easier, best bullocks averaging £9 ij- and others from f 5 13/4. 9500 sheep were jienned and prices for prime were finner, others unaltered. The best wethers brought 1J/J 1 and others from 8/4. At yesterday s wool sales the demand was more spirited, but prices wore without any material alteration. Greasy brought 5d to 9|d and scoured OJd to ISJd. A sensational gun accident occurred at Hartley Vale on Sunday night. A young man named Toy was hanging a loaded gun through the window when the charge exploded. Three of Toy's sisters were shot and one dangerously wounded. A murderous assault Juis been committed at Goodooga, by which a mau named Beazloy bad bis bead split open with a tomahawk by one Olsen. The victim is not expected to live. Tlie Premier will undress his constituents at St. Leonard's on Thursday evening. He inte...

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Riotous Proceedings at Brewarrina. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 17 October 1888

lUotous Proceedings at IBrcivarrina. Dmimj a race meeting JieM at a bush public house, situated twenty -five miles from Brewarrina, u man named Dempsey was arrested by constables Ncwlanil anil Miller. An attempt was made by the crowd to l-escnc tbe prisoner, during which bottles, glasses, china, &c, were thrown at the police. Doors mid windows were smashed and the Iiotcl reduced almost to a tola! wreck. The police succeeded, however, in retaining their prisoner through all tbe uprour uud riot, about one huudred men taking part in the row, which lasted for up ?words of two hours. It did not end till long after midnight. The prisoner was lauded safely in the HrcWiUTina lockup on tUe following day, from which Iluiivh lie received a sentence of six months' im prisonment, with hard labor, for vagrancy. Wav rauts have been issued for several of the ringleaders, four of \rhoni have been arrested, ami are under remand for eight days. A man named Williams, summoned for refusing to as...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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An Alternative Railway Route to Melbourne. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 17 October 1888

Aii Alternative Railway Route to Mel bourne. Probably but few people arc aware how near we arc to having an alternative Hue of railway to Mel bourne, At present the traffic is carried on upon single rails. Rut it is increasing yearly, aud in a very little time something will have to bo done to afford extended faculties for the benefit of the travelling public. The question arises whether the present line should be widened or whether it itouIi) not be better io arrange for a second route. Colonial railways have a peculiar way of making a sudden start from the Metropolis, going a few hun dred link's into the country, and then coming to a sudden stop. A glance at the map shows that this has been the case both wilii Victoria aud our selves. The present line from Melbourne to Sydney is via. Allituy, Junee, Yass, and Gouluuin. This is in full working order, aud is travelled over by largo numbers of people daily. Hut there are other lines which require but small extensions to finish them, ...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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A Snake Story. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 17 October 1888

A Snake Storv. Many years ago -sa.ys a writer in Weuuesday's MUUCBUKDI ASl) QUUSIXM TlMES) I told astoiyof a station lad who, wishing to leave his service, pricked himself with a pin in two places in the leg, aud said he hiul been bitteu by a snake. The lad's hope was that he would be scut off to the hospital, from wliicb lie uiougin lie couui easily escape, out, me squatter was a humane man, aud a bit of a bush doctor to boot. With the assistance of some of the station hands, he got the lad down, and iu spite of his ' prayers,' struggles, and imprecations, cut several slices of flesh away, cauteiising the wound with a Hat iron, and afterwards pouring in gunpowder, which was ignited with a hot poker. The victim was then made to swallow1 a quart of whisky, and at every appeaj-oncc of drowsiness was cither 'horse- whipped, or with a rope round his waist wosthrowu into the icy-cold waters of the Upper OouliniriL The l»oy )-v a miracle j-ecovereii from both 'the pin pricks and the cure,...

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Suspicious Death. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 17 October 1888

Suspicions Death. The inquiry into the death of James Brown, a miner, who died in the Sydney Hospital on Tues day, was resumed by the City Coronei' at the Coroner's Court, Chancery Square, Sydney, on Friday. The deoensed, who was tibout 45 years of age, was supposed to have been grossly ill-used ou the previous afternoon maiv a hotel iu Underwood streut, Paildingtou. Three men named Arthur I/Wrest, George Forrest, , and William HanmUau were arrested on suspicion of being concerned in the aflair, und they were present ut the inquiry. Evidence Hi to ideuti&KLtion was given by some meu who had known deceased for many yoavg'.Mid who regarded him as a quiet inoffensive man. From the statement of ot5ier witnesses H appeared, that on Monday afteiiiomi lie proceeded with a friend named Cotter to the Metropolitan Hotel, Uuder tvood-strect, Paddington. They were en route for Cotter's house, which was not fat distant, and in tended proceeding thither after they had a drink. It svos Bai...

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The Newcastle Strike. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 17 October 1888

Tlie Newcastle Strike Another disturbance lias occurred 'at Wallseud. AH was quiet till Friday evening at knocking off time, when an immense mixed crowd had congre gated near the boundary consisting mostly of young men. On the appearence of Mr. Humphreys (the colliery clerk), Mr. Neilson (manager), aud Messrs. Bostielil and Maddisou (overmen), the excitement was intense, .anil an attempt was made to bloik their exit. Unfortunately at tins stage stones were thrown, and it required all the effoite of tlie police to clear a. passage all tbe way home. The crowd followed Mr. Humphreys «!io nas on horseback, and Mr. Ncilson ami the other officials who woe in a buggy, shouting, pushing, and throwing stones, several of which struck Mr. Humphreys and Mr. Xeilson. One of the police also received a nasty blow on the head, although no doubt tin stone was not, meant for him. Mr. Humphreys was seriously braised. One stoue struck iiiui ou the side of the head, mid several on the back aud legs. Up ...

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Original Correspondence. [IT must be distinctly understood that we do no hold ourselves responsible for the opinions expressed by our correspondents.] (TO THE EDITOR OF THE DISPATCH.) [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 17 October 1888

Original Correspondence. [ It must he distinctly understood that we do no M hold ourselves responsible for tiie opimous w 1 pressed by our correspoudouts.] 1 (to was editor op tub dispatch I I Slit,— Perhaps you will allow mo to point out 1 some errors which trav member, Mv. lSyrio, )iw 1 (mniiUmt-iuimlly, I hope) fallen into in his compari- I son o£ the blessings to bo derived from Protection j 1 us opposed to tho evils of JVceti-ftde, us shown in ' I America uutl Victoria. 1 It is usually supposed that the i-ici-cuse of popu- 1 hvtioii is a siim of advancing prosperity in n. colonv. 1 Now, we find that the population of Mew South ^H Wales lias for the post 20 years lieeu steadily iuero&s. H ing at a much greater ratio thau tliat of Vfcknin, H TUe respective populations were in 180G — V Victoria ? O30,!)82 ? New South Wales ... ... 431,412 ? Teu years later, in 1870, the numbers were— 9 Victoria ? ? 810,717 ? New South Wales ? 023,770 fl At present they stand thus— 9 Victor...

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SIGNED AND SEALED. CHAPTER VI. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 17 October 1888

SIGNED AND SEALED. . ? ♦-? ? CHAPTER VI. {Continued.} ' Exactly ; it will be best' (taking a cliair near hers) ; ' tbougkof course Mildred must s be made acquainted with it shortly — very shortly now.' ''You mean t)iat ? ' ' The tame has come to inform her of who I am mid what I expect of Jier,' he answered, tapping Uie tips of Uis rather thick white fingers together. 'Do you know, Miss Houghton, I imagine that I liave delayed almost too long — that if I wait longer poach ers will be intruding on my preserve, if they have not done so already.' He wns watching her attentively, and perceived by her quick changing colour that she knew to what he referred. 11 1 fancy,' he proceeded,, leaning forward, ??that you, Helen Houghton, are well aware of this danger. Is it so V ' You must speak more plainly,' she re plied. 'That is easily done !' — and the dark expression on his countenance did not at all improve it 'That Mildred and Laurence Hawkwood are in love ? Pray, has this been a plan ? W...

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Escape of a Prisoner from Goal. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 17 October 1888

Escape of a Prisoner from Goal. James Ross, wlio was convicted of horse-stealing at the recent Circuit Court, ami wns sentenced to seven years bard labour in Ooulhuru goal, escaped from Silvertou gaol shortly before 8 n.in. on Thurs day. It appears that Ross pretended to be ill. The gaoler let him out of his cell, mid while he was locking the cell, iu which there were tlnee other prisoners, Ross decamped, and lias not been secu since. The ulariu wus giveu, aud telegrams were scut to all the district police, wi'ilst the Suvertou. force Bcourcd. the country round. Ross must have carefully matured his plans, for although it was first thought that he had nothing but his boots, shirt, aud trousers, it was discovered that he had his coat with him. It is considered likely thai the escapee has friends uear, whom lie will try to communicate with. Should lie succeed iu possessing himself of firearms his capture will be a hazardous matter, as he is known to be a daring and determined man. Ther...

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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 17 October 1888

GENERAL NEWS. A telegram from Cookto\vn on Saturday says : — Private letters iu reference to Sud Kst, received per the Lucy aud Adelaide, are to the effect that the place is overdone. Only about 10 per cent, of theme1) there are making wages, aud the probability is that the field will be worked out in three months. Dr. MacGregor has tnkou a party of 2() meii over to Roseal Islaud in the Swinger. He does not wish the meii to go to Milne Hay, but favours Hull Island anil Sir Joseph's River. Altogether reports from Sudest are not cheering. A concourse of several thousands congregated at the Wallseud Colliery of Saturday afternoon, whore a number of non-unionists were engaged in filling small coal: The crowd was very excited ; but a breach of the peace did not occur, A man, who has since been identified us Joseph Jeffreys, residing at the Equitable Chambers, Hunter-street, was (says the Evemxu Kjiws) found vomiting in Castlercagh -street by a gentleman named Mr. Millings, of 265, Gcorgc...

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THE POOR MAN'S SONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 17 October 1888

/ THE l»OOtt MAX'S SON€. ?IJJvBin a garrott, butwliotdo I iatfe ?! , k ,Jt|jn *afcr than jsomti t-( iny gneat neighbours arc j The loss of my wealth Vm not troubled about, And my diet will certauily keep off the gout. : . Then a trnee ioaJljBrumbiing.f orlappen whattnay, While rve liealtb I'M beliappy by nTglitaad by day. There's old Mr, Grals&U, whose dwellings' iitu-d by, At the loss of f, pound is icady to cry ; And yet HI be bound that the old feUow's tin OutiiumbcrB, ly far, die long amount of liis Bin. Then a trace to all grumbling, the morsel I cat is honestly gotten, end wliolesbuie, and sweet. Then there's Mr. Frecliver, over the way, W'lho groans with dysncpBia, day alter ilay ; .HlSg.tUFe permitted, how ouickly would lie . : Bo willing -to Imrter ooudluons witli ine ! Tlicnatruce to all grumbling.f or chftmpagnc'tis clear Is not so conducive to health as Bmivll-bcer. Give me but tiie power to labour, and then ' As hanpy I]U be us tlie richest of men ; And the evil...

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For Abuse of Alcohol USE HORSTON'S ACID PHOSPHTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 17 October 1888

For Abuse of Alcohol Use Houston's Acid Phoswite. Db. Edw. Yoijkg, L.K.Q.C.P., and F.R.C.S., Hounslow, Kngland, says : — ' I used it with mar ked success in nervous prostration and insomnia, and found it especially useful in such coses which have resulted from the too free use of stimulants.'

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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Weekly Calendar. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 17 October 1888

Weekly Cnlcndur. IVKDXESIMT ? Oct. IT' £ 18 U 13 12 Thuiispay......... „ iS 5 17 0 14 33 Friday ? „ 19 8 10 0 55 34 Satubdav ? „ 20 5 15 0 18 15 Swxwv ? „ 23 5 14 fi J7 10 Moif»*Y ? „ 22 5 13 6 18 ?, 17 Tuesday ? „ 23 5 12 0 19 ' 18 I MOON'S WUSB. Full Moon, October 20, at 7.14 a.m. The Braidwood Dispatch. titriniiU el Protperi. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 17, 188P,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 17 October 1888

FUBNER BROTHERS AND JONES, THE PREMIER STORES, APBUEN STBEET, GOULBURN. SHEARING SEASON 1888. Wnw tliat the Slieamm Season is approaching we shall be glad to quote prices for SHEARING SUPPLIES. w TBurgonlmOSairs Shears Tattoo Oil Stockholm Tar Raddle, Red or Blue Seaming Twine Sugars Ration Teas *^ Houshehold Teas. ' LOUGH'S PATENT WOOlPRESS.' INSPECTION INVITED. ? THIS PRESS is i-apidly taking the ' PREMIER ' PLAGE j therefore we run it. It occupies very little floor space. It has only one lever. , . It is easily packed for removal, if necessary. It is convenient for sewiug and removing the bale. It can be worked by two boys. It will turn out equal quantity with the highest priced Press. It is well and strongly built of best material. It is fitted with chains of best tested quality. It is only £23 10s. on rail, Sydney. s^' We intend Cutting the Prices as usual, so don't neglect to send for Quotations. *&* We do the largest trade in the Goulburn District, because our Prices ...

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