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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Braidwood Independent — 16 October 1867

Braidwood Annual Racees, TO COM3E OF ON THE 12th, 18th, & 14th FEBRUARY, 1868. THE MAIDEN PLALE of £50 with a sweep stakes of £2/2 each to go to the second horse, for all horses that have never won an adver won an advertised prize exceeding £10 i one mile and a half;' weight for age. Eutrances to be sent under cover addressed to the Treasurer up to, Mon day, February 10th, 1868 JOHN GEO. MEREST, Hon. Sec. T O ° STAND this sea L son at TlE BURRA,', the thorough-bred horse . `WARLOCOK, Warlock'is a rich bay, rising 7 years old.." We s.e%2 : ahands high!; .is possessed of the most beausiful and perfect symmetry, wi th immense substance and per - l'ect breeding. l-He is-by old WVarlock, out".of SWeet 'Briar. -1 " ,' 'l'erms :-65 shillings each mare. . :. ;, arlocliwill hru' with the maes:. '" o : r particulars apply to JAMES GALLAGHER, T STAND this season, 1 at REIDSDALE, near Braidwood, the splendid draught stallion BLENHEIM, By the imported horse Blenheim, bred by the Du'ke "o...

Publication Title: Braidwood Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"GALATEA SECUNDA." [Newspaper Article] — Braidwood Independent — 16 October 1867

' GALATEA SECUNDA." IN the multitude of counsel as to the ways in which the expected Prince Duke is to be welcomed, it could not be but suggested that he should be greeted with musical honours. The laureate's "Exhibition ode," set to music by Dr. Sterndale Bennett; and the l " South Sea Sisters," written by Mr. R. H. 1 Horne, and composed by Mr C. E. Horsely, 1 for our own Intercolonial Exhibition, have set a fashion, as it were, and it follows na turally that we have now brought before the public an odaic 'cantata, entitled " Ga latea Secunda," written by Mr Home, and composed by Mr J. Summers, Mus. Bac., Oxon, as a sort of address of welcome to our royal visitor. In view of the extreme dilatoriness of the regular musical societies ---especially the Melbourne Philharmonic-- this cantata has been put forward in a very creditable spirit, and may probably have its place in the celebrations. Some 500 or 600 persons were invited to a. rehearsal at St. George's. hall yesterday, and an ea...

Publication Title: Braidwood Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Colonial Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — Braidwood Independent — 16 October 1867

, .F.. u I'ofniziti h a t DISASTROUS ACCIDeNT TO TiEu TELEGRAPH STEAMER.---We have the follnwian particulars of the disaster to the steamship Telegrapb, bound from Sydney to Brisdane, from Captain S. Creer of the steamer Grafton. The Grafron left port Ma:quire for Sydney on Wednesday the 9th instant, at h elf past 2 p.m. When off Camden Head at about half-past 3 p.m., Mr. Wilson, the chief officer, who was the on watch, reported to Captain Creer that there was a steamer close in shore showing signals of distress. Captain Creer then stood in for the shore, and soon discovered that it was the Telegraph, apparently aground . On nearing her the chief officer of the Telegraph came on board the Grafton, and. informed Captain Creer that the Telegraph was fast on a rock off Point Perpendicular, 'which is a short distance to the north of Camben HBad, and "that all halids are safe on shore. Captain Creer im mediately offered to render every assistance in his power, and at once proceeded to th...

Publication Title: Braidwood Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Braidwood Independent — 16 October 1867

.PETER WEBER,<W C - , (WIolesaie and retal) I E DB'"AN" K, "ARI LLU.EN.: : W.'. takes this oppor.tunity .of; ;thaik- ci :.7-L: .: :; ingb his. nuineroisicustomers:and j iends for; :-. their p.ast'flvours, and?l begs respectfully-tb call their.., -attention to the fact, that he :las. received an increased supply fiofit' ae,'bst'tob?acco6 maniufactories in Ane ' ri-ca. I li has id in 'a large iisobrment' of CLAY AND FANCY' PIPE;, Ti"OBAC CO :: POUCHES, ETC. BOOKS AND ASSORTED STATIONERY ? lai-rge stoek'of Perfumevy,, I-usical Instruiments', and.Tcys interdless variety. Also Fanicy Goods; r oD ::: ' '?')'?'5 ;~,:;-? .,-----:--. ,??"?,"?;" ":?"'?1 N .B. ALARGE 1CiRCTULATING LIBRARYt1 c S HE; PUBLICO: HOUSE, &. iL J L kno n as; 'ITHE CURRENCY- LAD, Cl; N F L A 'T, A;RAL UTJEN , rConiistinog of , ' IPr Bar. Parlour,. Ball. Rpm, six Bed-rooms,'i three?. I iaing ditto, large .d;tached Kitchens, Store-room, .Vali-house; Siock-yard"and gallows, a six-stall StaIle and Haylof...

Publication Title: Braidwood Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE ALLEGED RECALL OF SIR GEORGE GREY. THE following despatch was laid on the table of the Legislative Council of New Zealand on the 29th August:— Downing-street, 18th June, 1867. [Newspaper Article] — Braidwood Independent — 16 October 1867

THE ALLEGED RECALL OF SIR GEORGE GREY. THE following despatch was laid on the "table of the Legislative Council of New Zealand on the 29th August: Downing-street, 18th June, 1867. Sir,-I have the honour to acknowledge the receipt of your despatches of the numbers and dates noted in the margin, containing certain statements and ex planations upon matters alluded to in my predecessor's despatch, No. 49, of the 1st December last. As all her Majesty's regular forces in New Zealand, with the exception of one regiment, will, in pursuance of instructions from the secretary of state for war, have probably left the colony before you receive this despatch, and as it is very possible that General Sir T. Chute may also have left, I deem it unnecessary to renew the correspondence with regard to the control ,of the troops in question. The regiment which will be left in the colony will, as you were informed by my predecessor, remain, while in the colony, under the control and direction of the Quee...

Publication Title: Braidwood Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WOMAN'S RIGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — Braidwood Independent — 16 October 1867

WOMAN'S RIGHTS. T ifi t the name the of Equal flights As soiatior1ji a very wide-spread organisation hanibeen established in America, having for itsapbject the conferring. on women all the legal, politicali and social right enjoyed by bmen. A convention of this association was held in New York in June last; and to give an-idea of its working, and the progress Which. has been made in advocating its principles; we subjoin a report of one of its sittings, from the New York Tribune .-- The Convention of the Equal Rights Asso-' ciation at the Church of the Puritans, was uattended by a congregation fully as.large and intelligent as upon the first day. The Con vention met at half-past 10 o'clock in the morning, Lucretia Mott in the chair. Soon after the meeting was called to order, Miss Susan 13. Anthony reported, from the business committee, the following resolution-. Resolved-That the ballot alike to women, and men means bread, education, intelligence,: selt~protection, self-reliance, an...

Publication Title: Braidwood Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE MANUFACTURE OF HUSBANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Braidwood Independent — 16 October 1867

THE MANUFACTURE OF HUSBANDS. (From the Imperial Review.) A BELOVED Sovereign has provided a Hyde park and the Row ; a generous nation has supplied the horticultural gardens; and an emulous community has prepared a nightly succession of balls, soirees, concerts, and such-like convenient festivities, all of which conspire towards the realisation of the great central idea of life-the procuring suitable mates for the fledglings of the year. Every body and everything assist everybody and everything else. We visit and are visited in turn. The vigour of all allows no one's ardour to slacken. A town life, in full swing, resembles a country dance; we are always meeting each other again. No time for cooling down now. To-night, an hour in an opera-box and a couple of hours more at somebody's assembly. To-morrow, at noon, nods and glances, trim riding-habits, and provokingly sudden good-byes in the park. Towards five o'clock, salutations in Bond street, from the exciting distance of carriage cu...

Publication Title: Braidwood Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE SULTAN IN FRANCE. PARIS, July 9. [Newspaper Article] — Braidwood Independent — 16 October 1867

THE SULTAN IN FRANCE. (From the Daily I'elegraph's special correspondent.) PARIS, July 9. PxboToGnArns of his Imperial Highness Abdul Aziz are, of course, as plentiful in Paris as blackberries, or as re-productions of those same photographs are, probably, by this time in London. You may buy the Commander of the Faithful for fifteen cen times from peripatetic vendors at every street corner, and in the Boulevard shop windows the Padisha shares the wrapt at :Mtention of the flaneur with effigies of ':Hortense Schneider and Cora Pearl, of Lord iDundreary and the late Alexandre Dumas pere cuddling the Menken, of the new .martyr Germaine Cousin, and a newer martyr still, the unhappy Maximilian. Now, may not such a fact be taken as a sign, and a most significant sign, of the times? Are they out of joint, as so many generations of cynics, from Hamlet down wards, have declared ? or are they not rather getting into joint, and contributing towards bringing the entire machine of civilisation in...

Publication Title: Braidwood Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Telegraphic Despatches. ARRIVAL OF THE SUEZ MAIL. SYDNEY. [PER GREVILLE'S TELEGRAM COMPANY] Sunday, 9.35 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Braidwood Independent — 16 October 1867

THE SIJEZ IL SYDNEY. [EaR iiGREYLLES 'TELEGRAM COMPANY] Sunday, 9.35 p.nm. THE Rangatira arrived .at, Adelaide :at 11-30 yesternight, with the South Austra' lian portion of the English August mail. The following are the principal= items .0of general intelligence : The August wool sales opened on the 15th, with a fair attendance,, and sales were effected at rates equal to the closing prices of last series. The Queen had been visiting the Duke of Roxburg in Scotland. ' The Prince and Princess. of Wales are at Weidadew. The Duke of Edinburgh left Rio on the 23rd July for the Cape. SThe Reform bill is passed-with the ad ditional: clauses, and the' parliamentary session stood prorogued to the 21st. The French and Austrian Emperors, held a political conference at Salzburg during the past week. It is understood that both sovereigns agreed.in a necessity: for peace; arranged a defensive alliance'; and resolved on a common cause of actioti in the Eastern and other questions . , In a recent d...

Publication Title: Braidwood Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MR. WHITE'S SWEDENBORG. [Newspaper Article] — Braidwood Independent — 16 October 1867

MR. WHITE'S SWEDENBOBG.* (From the Pall Mall Gazette.) WHAT strict or full Swedenborgians think of this book we do not happen to know, though it is not difficult to guess; but outsiders will certainly thank Mr. White for two volumes of extreme interest. Apparently he has been free of the inner circle of the New Jerusalem Church-it is not easy to avoid inferring as much--but he now writes of that church and of its doctrines with the most disengaged unflattering candour, and yet with much reverence for its founder. The pleasantest thing he has to say about the sect itself is that "on the testimony of her Majesty's inspectors there are no better schools of their class in England than those maintained by the Swedenborgians of Man chester and Salford, in which about one thousand four hundred children are edu cated." But, though some of his' critics may complain of a want of dignity in his style, and others of a want of order in the disposition of his materials, Mr. White has managed, by ...

Publication Title: Braidwood Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SALTING BUTTER. [Newspaper Article] — Braidwood Independent — 16 October 1867

SALTING BUTTER. (From the Australasian.) THERE are proper seasons for every descrip tion of work connected with the farm, and the time for salting butter is not even ex cepted, as it is a well-known fact that if but ter be potted in some months of our Austra lian year it will not keep, notwithstanding any extra care which may be given to it. From reasons not thoroughly known, but only surmised, butter cannot be safely con signed in the spring of the year to a firkin for keeping any length of time, say during the months of August and September. Many opinions have been entertained upon this subject, and the general impression is that the watery nature of the young grasses and herbs in a tender stage at this season is the main reason why dairymen have this difficulty just now. Some attribute it in a great measure to the character of the new milk at calving time, and other changes natural at this season; but we are more in clined to attribute it to the watery, washy food than anything e...

Publication Title: Braidwood Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
QUEANBEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Braidwood Independent — 16 October 1867

QUEANBEYAN. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.] The following is the list of cases to be tried at the ensuing District Court, to be held on Thursday, the 24th October :-   92. Abraham Levy v. John Paul, to show cause why a writ of ca sa. should not' be issued. 93. Daniel Hayley and wife v: Frederick and George Schardt, assaulting wife, £200 ; attorney:for plaintiff, Mr Freestone.     94. Robert Stodart vv. John Lampkin, wages, £1G 2s 7d.; attorney for plaintiff, Mr Freestone. 95. COdmmercial 'B`In k v. Michael Scaley, pro-.   missory note, £83116s?4d attorney for plaintiff, Mr Freestone. 96 J. J. Wright v. Samuel Jackson,promissory   not'e. £15 5s attorney'for plaintiff, Mr Walsh: 97. C. A. Massey v.- Daniel Leahy, ~juni , inoney payable by. defendant to. plaintiff,, £8, 8s; attorney, for iplaintiff, Mr Walsh :98. Settled. ......,: 99: A. S. Freestone v.-Wm. Blewitt, seni; profes   sional services, £10 2s 10d. -. - ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ARALUEN. [Newspaper Article] — Braidwood Independent — 16 October 1867

[FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.]   THE LALE Mr P. MAHER. - We have to record the death of the late Philip Maher, of Reidsdale, which event ocurred at his residence on the 9th instant. The deceased was 72 years of age, was an old inha- tant of Reidsdale; and had been 15 years in the colony. Mr Maher has left a family of ten sons and daughters. One of his sons is Mr. J.Maher, store- keeper of Araluen. During his latter days he held the office of local patron of the Roman Catholic de- nominational school at Reidsdale. His remains were interred on the 11th, in the Roman Catholic cemetery, the Revds. Father O'Brien and Rioden officiating. The funeral was conducted by Mr. H. J. Philpotts, of Araluen, and the cortege comprised over 300 persons; amongst whom were the Roman Catholic clergy, the school children, and a large number of persons who desired thus to evince their regard for the memory of one they esteemed. ACCIDENT. - Returning from the late funeral of the late Mr Maher, one ...

Publication Title: Braidwood Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Braidwood Independent — 16 October 1867

REDBANK BAKERY, ARALUEN. FREDK. BEEDEL, NEXT DOOR TO CLAPHAM'S CHEMIST                 EVERY variety of CAKES made to order. CONFECTIONERY in all its       branches. IF you want CHEAP and GOOD BOOTS, Wholesale or Retail           GO TO THE     QUEANBEYAN TANNERY THOS. BUTTLE. C. COOPER,   COOK AND PASTRY COOK,   CONFECTIONER. Fancy Bread and Biscuit Maker MONARO STREET, QUEANBEYAN.   Hot Rolls every morning at Eight o'clock.     FISHING TACKLE DEPOT, CRAWFORD - STREET, QUEANBEYAN.   THE undersigned has on hand a con- stant supply of the above, including Hooks     and Lines, Gut, Floats, &c. Prices cheap.     R. MEHEGA...

Publication Title: Braidwood Independent
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MAKE YOUR HOME BEAUTIFUL. [Newspaper Article] — Braidwood Independent — 16 October 1867

MAKE YOUR HOME BEAUTIFUL. (From the 8an Francisco Daily Alta.) MAKE your home beautiful--bring to it flowers; Plant them around you to bud and to bloom; Let them give life to your loneliest hours Let them bring life to enliven your gloom. Make your own world--one that never has sorrowed, Of music, and sunshine, and gold summer air; A home-world, whose forehead care never has furrowed, And whose cheek of bright beauty will ever be fair.   Make your home beautiful--round its porch cluster Wreaths of the jess'mine and delicate sprays Florid immortelle, emblazoned with lustre, That blesses and brightens wherever it strays. Gather the blossoms, too--one little flower, Varied verbena, or sweet mignonette, Still may bring bloom to your desolate bower, Still may be something to love and to pet. Make your home beautiful--gather the roses That hoard up the sunshine with exquisite art; Perchance they may pour, as your darkness closes, That soft summer sunshine down into your heart...

Publication Title: Braidwood Independent
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