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Supreme Court. FRIDAY, OCT. 12. (Before his Honor the Chief Justice.) VIDER v. CHANT. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 17 October 1888

Simrcinc Coitrt, Pninav, Oct. 12. (Before his Honor the Chief Justice.) videu v. ouast. This was an application for a rule nisi for ft pro hibition directed to Mr. District Court Judge M'Farlaml, the Registrar of the District Court at Braidwood, and tbe plaintiff to show cause why the order of the Judge for the taxation of the costs ' between plaintiff and defendant should not be set aside, and tbe Registrar aud tlio plaintift' prohibi ted from proceeding thereunder. A case hiul been hoard by tbe Judge between the plaintiff sun! the defendant at tbe Braidwood District. Court in July last. The plaintiff recovered a verdict with costs. Mr. Davidson, who appealed for the plaintiff, aud Mr. O'Brien, who appeared for the defendants, agreed to tax tbe costs themselves without refer ring to the Registrar. The costs wow bo taxed, aud paid by the defendant, together with tlic amount of the verdict, to the Registrar.- Mr. Davidson being dissatisfied iu regard to one item which had been disall...

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

LOCAL NEWS. ? v AuaIjUKS. — The grand concert given on tlio evening of the 12th liy Hie jmpiU of the Sisters of St. Joseph iii aid of the convent has been a decided Buccese. The Hall was crowded and the various parts of a well selected programme gone through ill a style which would reflect credit on educational establishments of far greater pretentious, and of wluch tUe good Sisters may well be proud. After the filial chorus the Reverend James Mahouy step ped on the platform, and after expressing his de light with the children's performance thanked the audience, especially to non-catholics whom lie re cogaiscd amongst them, for their kind patronage, and concluded by saying lie believed that the erroneous idea of some people that there was little cltse than religion taught in our convent etlionls was dispelled for ever by wjiat they hod just witnessed. Special thauks are due to the ladies of Braidwood for their generous assistance. TnKsrASSEBs ok Crown Lands.— Senior con stable McKeo...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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SIGNED AND SEALED. CHAPTER VII. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 20 October 1888

SIGNED AND SEALED. ? «. ? CHAPTER VTI. (Continued.) The more Millie thought of it the more she ?was puzzled. Why, she did not know. Per haps becauseiately he had been more pointedly attentive ; but she had rather a repungance to Sydney Spalding, and her curiosity excited, began quietly to -watch Helen. As to the latter, there was one ordeal through which she kuew she had to go that made her tremble and shrink as with guilt — her next meeting with Robert Ll.-mdeUs ! could she? How encounter his glance? How explain her behaviour? Surely she was ? called upon to do so, jet wbat could she say that would not be false ? To her relief, she learned that Robert Llandells had gone abruptly to London. She was glad, though she felt sure that he had done so to avoid meeting her. What wonder ? — how could he respect her longer ? Before a week was over, however, she heard that he had returned, and the next day he called, with his sister, Mrs. Norton. Helen felt her colour come and go, while she wa...

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THE KOALA AND THE GOBURRA. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 20 October 1888

THE KOALA AND THE CSOIWItttA. 'Oh, why do you laugh I'1 ho sighed with a groan, As he yaw-nod and opened one eye ; ' ' Surely 'tis hard to Ims robbed of one's deep, Cor the sun is not yetin the eky,' You bellow and shout, and make a great row, As you giggle and chuckle and yell ; But what it all weans I'm euro I don't know — Iwould require some wisdom to teU. ' I board you last night, when coming downstairs My friends and relations to see ; , -Alln T f.linil*rTi#- vrtiit* *rn1I no if. *-an/r ?f.tiivMirtrit ftin An\1 Was shocking in the highest degree. You're a disgrace to the bush, aud to every bird ; Tis no wonder the jackass you're named ; For if I were a bird, and you called me your friend, Of the coniiectictii I'd {eel much ashamed. ' Old Grumpy,' the burro replied with a smile, 'I'm sorry your slumbers to spoil : But don't you just think there is wisdom in this — With a good laugh begin the day's toil t There are people who laugh and people who cry, And people who laugh not at ...

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LONDON. THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 20 October 1888

LONDON. Thi'jisixw. All the Roman Githolic Bishops have bison di rected to agitate for the recognition of the temporal power of the Pope. An explosion has occurred on board a vessel loaded with petroleum in Calais Harbour. The vessel was shattered U- pieces. The explosion caused a panic in the town w.d ^r at destruction of property. A large number of persons are reported to have boon killed by the explosion, which was uu*iiui;iiy neai'ii across me i^imunei nv jjuvtsi . Vakou llivcr goldfields, Alaska, have ljeen de clared to be British territory. Count Robihuit, Italian Ambassador in London, died suddenly. Lateb. Further portions of a human body have been dis coved on the Thames embankment, bearing witness to another recent horrible murder. The corpse was dismembered and disfigured to such an extent that there was no possibility of identification. The American Congress closes on Saturday. The tariff question lias been shelved. The Marquis of Hurtington exhorts the Conser vatives ami...

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OUR TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, FRIDAY, 11.50 A.M [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 20 October 1888

OITR TELEGRAMS. {FEOSI OUB-OWX COBBESPOKBENT.l SYDNEY » Fbjd ay. 11.50 a.m. \ At the Homebush stock sales yesterday 950 cattle were yarded and .competition was inactive. Prime qualities were unaltered but others were down fully 20/- per head, the best bulloeks averag ing £9 5/7, and others.from £5 5/9. 18,000 sheep were penned and prices were down a shilling per head. Best merinos brought ll/10and others from 5s. ? The Premier addressed a, monster meeting at St. Leonards last uight and -was accorded a great re ^c|jhuu. ne spuKe at consiaerauie lengtli ou various political topics, claiming that the Govern ment had so far honestly endeavoured to carry out their pledges to the country. He sketched out a vigorous policy for the future. The principal work of this ensuing session would be regulating the finaucos and the re-aSjustineut of taxation. The local Government Bill would then be passed into law.ThefoUowtogsessioiialsomeasuresdeaUngwith the irrigation and ISlecotorol, Mining, and L...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 20 October 1888

WANTED, a respectable GIP.L to mind cliil drcu and assist in house work. Mrs. G. GRAHAM, Elringtou-strect. WANTED, a GOOD LAD, who can milk. Apply at the Office of this paper. Caution. ALL STOCK found TRESPASSING on our rented hind, known as Joint HriiLKv's, after this date will liave to be REMOVED or PAID FOR, without respect of persons. WILLIAM JARVK & BURNS, Blue Bell. Siud Notice. % 4 LL MARES left at PEACE'S HOTEL, Aralucu J\. for YOUNG STANHOPE will be called for on SATURDAY, the 27th inst. A. R. POOLEY. Notice. I PERSONS having Cattle or Horses RUNNING on the Government Leased Lauds, Araluen, are notified that .the Share List will be CLOSED NOV. 1st, 1888. As the Committee are about to take prompt measures to impound all cattle, &c., found tres passing ou their Leased Lands, shareholders are requested to send to the Secretary the NUMBER and BRANDS of all Cattle and Horses belonging to them, iu order that they may not be interfered with, A MEETING OF SHAREHOLDE...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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F. L. Barker's Weekly Report. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 20 October 1888

F. L. Barker's Weekly Report. Wot, — As the sales proceed tbe rise in good wools is more pronounced, and the demand for medium to faulty, although greater, still values for such cannot be quoted alwve opening rates, the quantity offered tliis week has been large ; but, ex cepting one or two nice clips of greasy, all the vools have shown many faults, heuce tho easy average of prices reached. Quotations may be given thus : — Greasy: Superior, !M to 10J ;' good, 8d to S'A ; medium, 7d to 'Jd : faultv, Cd to Oijd ; inferior,' 5d loiijd. Scoured: Superior, 15{d to 17d; Ists, 14d to 15d ; 2nds, lid to 13id per Ik Sueepskiks. — A veiy good demand exists, and as i offered a very superior catalogue prices through out were high. Quotations are— For Jjest, 4Jd to 5U ; medium, 31d to 4Jd ; short, 2W to 3}d. Leatheii. — No alteration iu prices for any de scription can be quoted, and the market continues very dull. Hides — Xo extra hardening in rates can be quoted ; in some instances, however, an...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Lease of the Tramways. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 20 October 1888

Lease of flic Tramways. A Goveusjiest Gazette supplement was issued ou Tuesday last announcing that tenders will be re ceived at the Public Works Office, up to the 10th prox. , for the purchase, or rather lease, of the pre sent steaimnotor system of metropolitan tramways, iuclnding \-laut and stocU, and foi1 the light of constructing a new system of tramways, the accep tance of any tender being subject to the approval of Parliament. Each tenderer must deposit ill the liauds of the Colonial Treasurer the sum of £50,000 either in cash or by an approved bank deposit rc ccipc in the name oi tne colonial iieasurer. Jiie successful tenderer must, within three months of the acceptance of his tender, pay to the Colonial Treasurer the whole amount of the purchase money iu cash, or 23 per cent, iu cash with au approved bond for the balance, bearing 4 pur cent, per annum interest, a further percentage to be paid annually to a sinking fund, so as to extinguish the balance during t!ic currency o...

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(TO THE EDITOR OF THE DISPATCH) [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 20 October 1888

(TO THE KDITOU 01' THE DISPATCH) .Sir, — Will you please allow me a little space to offer a few remarks in reference to a letter which appeared in your hist issue, signed 'Freetrader.' Your em-respondent tries 10 make some capital out of the increase in population in the respective colo nies of Victoria and A'ew South Wales, but he must uu.ve merjuoKeu me vast umereuce in size and age of the colonies. To protectionists it appears strauge to Bee writers compare this great (r) Freetrade colony with poor, benighted Protectionist Victoria, for iu nearly every case Victoria always shows to most advantage, and the national policy scores another victory. As to the figures quoted to show number of people employed iu manufactories iu the two colo nies, your correspondent has forgotten to gay that in New Soutli Wales blacksmiths' shorn ami f.!i-- like, employing perhaps one or two inenor boys, are classed as factories, while in Victoria the standard is lmich higher, an-l a tiuker's shop caiui...

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The New Railway Commissioner. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 20 October 1888

The 7ic\v Railway Commissioner. Mr, E. M. G. Eddy, tlte newly-appointed chief commissioner uf railways in New Soutli Wales, ar rived in Syduey on Tuesday by the express train from Melbourne, uud was received at Recifern station by the principal under-sccretary and Mr. Goodchap. Mr. Eddjr was not accompanied in the overland journey by his wife and fauiily, who will come by the Austral, aud are expected iu Sydney icnviir^s iho. end of the wfiek. .Sir Henrv l^n-lins was absent from the city on Tuesday in connection with his private affaii-s, but arranged to receive Mr. Eddy at his office on Wednesday morning. The new commissioner spent the afternoon in look ing round the city. The K. M. Herald gays he is apparently a man of great energy, and seems anxious to get iuto harness and grapple with the situation before him as soon as possible He is determined to make himself thoroughly acquainted with the railways of this colony, and to know the men with whom he has to deal, but he is also de...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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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 — 20 October 1888

Original Correspondence. [It must be distinctly understood that we do no hold ourselves responsible for the opinions ex pressed by our correspondents.] {to the editor op the nisi'ATCH) Sir, — In attending Mr. Ryrie's meeting the other night, at the Literary Institute, Braidwood, I was very much struck with what I saw and heard. It is true I beard nothingbut that which fell from the lips of the member himself ; and for any person to ask a number of questions upon such au oration would be to act the part of a fool, because, from such a position, questions aud answers could not meet the case or result in satisfaction to anyone present. I took particular notice of thepartof Mr. Ryrie's speech wherein he stated that nights, weeks, months,' and sessions were spent in Parliament barren of good results. No wonder that we (the electors) stand u^hast at the sight of our goodly ship N.S.W., Dunhtir like, rushing into the gap of destruction, instead of being piloted through the heads by the cre...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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A Startling Affair. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 20 October 1888

A Startling Affair. The Daux Tei.euiiaph gives the following iu reference to the startling incident which wus briefly alluded to iu our telegrams of last issue : — Considerable sensation has been caused within the la«t few days by the sudden disappearance of a geutlemau who has beeu practisiug at Ashfield for a number of years as a doctor under the name of ' Dr. Edward Diuininond.' Ho was married only i*ftf»««tlv i-n. ft Irt-flv r%f -*rtr\i7 fr«'i«no itml in all *\v\ pearance had been happy in his married life and successful in his professional career. On Thursday last he disappeared, leaving no word behind him of where he had gone. .Soon after his departure it was ascertained that he had taken with him £0000, which was doposited in the City Bank in trust for his wife. In the course of the inoruing he drew the whole in gold aud theu, it is supjmed, pro ceeded by a sailing vessel ou a long voyage. ]$e sides this money it is believed that he took with between £10,000 and £12,000 belon...

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CABLE MESSAGES. OCTOBER 16 [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 20 October 1888

CABLE MESSAGES. (From the Sydney Papers.) OCTOBKU 16 Sir Morell Mackenzie is on bad terms with her Majesty the -Jueen. Some of the English fliedi cal papers in defending Dr. Mackenzie against the attucks of theGeronan doc tors and tbeGermau Junker press, on his treatment of the late Emperor Frcile rick, published facsimiles! of portioiw of the late Emperor's diary, which the Queen had ordered to be erased. Sir llorell Mackenzie tirotests that he is innocent, and that he did not authorise or con tribute to the publication of these parts of the diary. The Queen fears that diplomatic friction with Germany may follow as a consequence of the publication. Sir Morcll Mackenzie has been threatened with an action for lii-el for having called the papers which gave premature publica tion to the extracts from the diary 'thieves and robbers.' The L«ispsic police have seized .40,-K)0 copies of Sir Morell Mackenzie's book in which he justified his treatment of the late Emperor Frede rick, und main...

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The War in Samoa. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 20 October 1888

The War in Hnmon. Auci«,anjv Mondav.— The position of affairs in ™'n?'i remains unchanged. Tnc supporters of :- Nfaliotoa mid .Malaafd are daily increasing in nunVi hers, uud but for tlio Germans supporting ^aiuasese the trouble would soon bo ended, as the few natives ou his side avc remaining through fear. Jn a few small skirmishes which have recently taken place, Mntaafa's forces were always victorious. A num ber of lives have been lost iu these attacks. The oavau contingent ot JHnlaaia s men burned lorty tlircc housas at Lenluinoaga, including Tamasese's chief residence, in retaliation for tlio warship Olga's destruction of their village last yeaiC Tiunasese's pavty were shut up in Muliuu l?v»nt -without food «r water, hut :-ve now being protected by German marines, who obtain supplies for them. The wife of Malictoa and another woman, while proceeding to a German firm's place in Apia on October 1, were fired upon and both killed. The Germans blame the Tamasesc troops, and the lat...

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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 20 October 1888

GENERAL NEWS. . A sensational buggy accident occurred at Castle jnain ou Monday afternoon. The local water rate collector, Mr. 1','Ln.wlur, ticcompauiod by his wife two daughters, son, nnd wifu'u niece, went flat for a drive. On reaching tho junclinn of the two roads Mrs. Lftwlor nccincjitly caught hold of the right band rein, causing tho horse to swei've and the whepis in bp.p.ninr- lfirlcml. 1^in1«nnc\'pjinsixeil. Mr, Lawlor'g neck was broken, and one of his hips was shattered. Death was instantaneous. The other five escaped with only slight iujury. A telegram from If clbouruc says t — An elderly man muned James Wilson Carr, who hits only re cently been discharged from prison, suddenly at tacked hie wife, Harriet Carr, forced her to the ground, and deliberately cut her throat with a butcher's knife, wivormi? thn. whwlnmp. llnfnrn im could complete liis work ho was seissed by several young inch who witnessed tlio whole affair. Can was locked up and his wife taken to to tlie hospita...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 20 October 1888

Iks Mini Dispatch AND MINING JOURNAL IS published every Wedxesdav and Saturday, at the Office, \\ allace -street, Braidwood. The terms of subscription to the Bratowood Dispatch are 20s. per annum, or 5s. per quarter, paid in advance, and Cs. if booked. The quarters respectively terminate on the 3)st Slarcli, 30t.ii J une, 30th September, aud 31st December ui 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. TEEMS FOR ADVERTISING. The charges for advertising are as follows: — For two lines of space ? Is. Od — f our lilies of space ? 2s. Od —eight lines, or one inch ... ... 3s. Od — every additional eight liues ? Is. 6d AH orders for withdraws! of advertiscmcutsmust be given on or before Monday and Thursday at 6 p.m. Since the late fire the Proprietor has rc-stocked with an ENTIRELY NEW PLANT &a...

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Shocking Outrage. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 20 October 1888

Shocking Outrage. A rather strange case of persecuting a small boy has (says the S, M. Herald) been brought under the attention of the police authorities at Parra matta. Four boys were in the vicinity of Harris Park 011 Tuesday last about 0 o'clock p.m., when oue of the number was struck by a stone. The boys iustuutly picked. out a. little fellow close liy, whom they apparently regarded as the culprit, aiid -!A,t-ehitlP him. t.hov t«rtl? \\\\n i\n i\ «a.lj3m*k j^iii down a clothes-line, and suspended him by the neck to a trce. Taking him down, they reversed the position, and hanged him up by the heels. The next recourse was to place the lroy 011 top of a fence and pull him forward by the hands so that he fell with great force iipc.vu liis stomach. By this maltreatment tlie boy received serious internal injuries, and lias been under medi cal care ever since. On Wednesday the boy gr«w worse aud the doctors iu attendance had not much hope of his recovery. It is understood that the matt...

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Weekly Calendar. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 20 October 1888

Weekly Calendar. nai»ni'^i.n W'^ir Days or I Sun 1° San' '.Moon's Daysof the W ook ^^ ; g.^ | ge|?- j Age Webnesday ? Oct. 17 5 18 ' 0 13 12 Tnuas»AY ? „ 18 5 37 « -14 13 Friday ? „ 19 fi 10 0 15 ! 14 Saturday ? „ 20 6 15 0 10 i 15 Sdkdav ? „ 21 S 14 0 17 ! 10 Mokdav ? „ 22 5 13 6 18 j 17 Tobsdav ? „ 23 5 12 0 10 I 18 * Ls~r~ moon's phase. ?-'?--? l^uU Moon, October 20, a* 1M a.m. The Braidwood Dispatch. iStrenuS el Prosper/!. SATtJKDAY, OCTOBER 20, 188P.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 20 October 1888

FUniTEE BROTHERS AND JOlH. THE PREMIER STORES, AUBURN STREET, GOULBURN. * ? ___..! _. . . ._ ' ? SHEARING SEASON 1888. . Now that the Shearing Season is approaching we shall be glacl to quote prices for 'SHEARING SUPPLIES. Woolpacks (Calcutta, 141bs. Burgon and Ball's Shears Tattoo Oil Stockholm Tar Raddle, Red or Blue Seaming Twine Sugars Ration Teas Houshehold Teas. ' LOUGH'S PATENT pOLPRESS.' INSPECTION ijVITEP. THIS PRESS is rapidly taking the 'PREMIER' PLACE; therefore we rim it. ^ It occupies very little floor space. It lias only one lever. It is easily packed for removal, if necessary. It is convenient for sewing 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 £%% I©S. 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 Q...

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