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Freetrade Lecture. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 20 October 1888

FrcctrartesLcclnrc Ml'. Alfred Miller, the IVeotradc Lecturer, de livered an address at the Literary Institute on Thursday evening last, on ihe subject of Fraotnide. There were about 360 persons present, aud ? the lecturer was very attentively listened to through out, ami sometimes highly applauded, whilst at the same time his views were not accepted on many points without Manifestations of dissent. Mr. J. W. lintm oecumed the chair and in in troducing the lecturer expressed the hope that he would bo given a fair hearing. Mr. Miller had hired the hall aud had invited such of them as chose to be present. He had heard that there was Eonie intention of hooting him, hut this he did not believe, as he kuew the people of liraidwood too well for that. Last week they had listened iu that hall to u gentleman of strong Protectionist views and ho hoped they would give the same fair bear ing to Mr. Miller as they had done to that gentle man, And as ho trusted would be given to the Pro tectionis...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 20 October 1888

LOCAL NEWS. A Talented Australian. — We are very much pleased to notice that Mr. George Oilhert Murray, aon of tlie late Sir Terence Aubrey Murray, and nephew of Mrs. Buun, of St. Oiner, nearlJraidwood, lias been elected to a classical fellowship at St. | Joint's College, Oxford. Mr. Murray is a native of Australia, and received his primary education at first entered the Merchant Tailors School, but subsequently gained a scholarship to St. John's College, Oxford, where he gained the Hertford and Ireland scholarships iu 3885, aiirst-elaSB in Modera tions and the fiaiusford Verse prize in 1886, the Craven and Chancellor's Latin Verse iu 1887, and a first-close in the school of Litters; Huiuaniores in 1888, and now to this list of performances lie lias succeeded in carrying off a classical fellowship, j From tlie foregoing it will be seen that not oulya ro j the colonials distinguishing themselves agaiust all j comers iu the less intellectual pursuits, such iis j boat-pulling, cricketi...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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LAVENDER. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 24 October 1888

L4VENDER. How nrons we we to hide and hoard Each little token love has stored, To tell of happy hours } We lay aside with tender care A tattered hook, ft curl of hair, i A bunch of laded flowers. When Death has led with pulseless hand Our darlings to the silent fond, Awhile we sit bereft But time goes on, and anon we rise. Our dead being buried from our eyes, We gather what is left. The books they loved, the song they Bung, The little flute whose music rung So cheerfully of old ; Tlie pictures we have seen them paint, The last plucked flower, with odour Joint, That fell from fingers cold. We smooth and fold with reverent care The robes they, living, used to wear; And painful pulses stir, Ae o'er the relics of our dead With bitter rain of tears we spread Pale, purple lavender. And when we come in after-years With only tender April tears On cheeks once white with care. To look on treasures put away Despairing on that far-off day, M- A subtle scent is there. Dew- wet and fresh we gathe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 24 October 1888

Ik Braidwood Dispatch AND MINING JOURNAL IS published every Wedsesday ami Satcbpav, at the Office, Wallace-street, Braidwood. The terms of subscription to tUe Braidwood Dispatch are 20s. per annum, or 5s. per quarter, paid iu advance, ami Cs. if booked. The quarters respectively, terminate ou the 31st March, 30th June, 30th September, aud 31st December iii each year, at uiiich periods only discontinuance on )«iy nient 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 FOR ADVERTISING. The charges for advertisiug are us follows: — for two lines of space ? Is. Od — four lines of space ? 2s. Od — eight lilies, or one inch ? 3s. Oil — every additional eight lines ? Is. fill All orders for withdrawal of advertisements must be given on or before Monday and Thursday at Cp.m. Since the late fire the Proprietor has re-etoeked with an ENTIRELY HEW PUNT &amp...

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SIGNED AND SEALED. CHAPTER VII. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 24 October 1888

SIGNED AND SEALED. ? a ? CHAPTER VII. (Continued.) ' Yes ; I knew it from the day we rescued him from the river ? For your sake I eu treated him to wait, and not immediately make his pretence known to you ! — for your sake I consented to become his wife in your place, that you might marry Laurence ! Everything was made clear to Mildred by these words. The change iu Helen ever since the accident of the bridge ; her fits of depression ; her horror on learning of her love and engagement to Laurence. Then her sud den consent and announcement of her own engagement to Sydney Spalding. While Mildred had been so happy, she had borne the weight, endured the fearful consequences of this secret. ' Oil, Lennie,' she cried, in deep contri tion, as she threw herself on her sister's neck 'forgive me! I never guessed it. How could I ? And yet how unkind to you I must have seemed.' ' No, dear,' said Helen, soothingly; 'it made me irritable, Millie, but I never blamed you.' ' No, you are too good, to...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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CABLE MESSAGES. LONDON, OCT. 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 24 October 1888

CABLE MESSAGES. ? 4. ? (From the Sydney Papers.) LONDON Oct. 18. The new appointments to the Governorships of Queensland, South Australia, and Western Aus tralia will bo announced within a week. The successor to Sir William Jcnois fls Governor of New Zealand has lieen appointed, but the name of the new Governor is at present unknown. A plot against the life of the Czar of Russia has l-een discovered. A Nihilist was detected at Mos cow in the act of making dynamite bombs. A system of parcels post between New Zealand and the United Kingdom has been arranged on terms similar to the system in operation in Aus tralia. The system will commence in a month. Professors Virchow and Waldeyer contradict the assertions made by Sir Morell Mackenzie, in his recently published work on the malady and treat ment of the late Emperor Frederick, against the German doctors. They declare that the autopsy of the late Emperor disclosed no traces of blunder ing on the part of Dr. Von Ucigmann in bis treat me...

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A Remarkable Conspiracy. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 24 October 1888

A Remarkable Conspiracy. Jean Luie, a Dane, who it will be remembered was convicted of perjury in connection with the celebrated Tichbome trial, was charged on remand, by warrant, at the Central Police Court on Friday morning with having, in company with another, conspired to cheat and defraud Charles John Toll men. Mr. Roberta, jun., appeared for the prose cution. Detective Keatiug deposed that he arrested the accused in Su6sex-strcct on September 24, and that on being charged he stated that he knew noth ing of tho offence ; the sum of £8 4/1 was found upon him ; witness produced the following adver tisement, which the accused admitted havU|g writ ten, and which appeared in an evening newspaper on tho Oth June: — ' Matrimony. —Middle-aged man of independence desires to correspond with re epectablo lady of 30 to 35 on above subject. Widow no objection. Reply by letter to Omega, P.O., Bourke-street;' witness also produced the following letter, purporting to have been written by a sol...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 24 October 1888

No effort has boon made during tho week by cither masters- or men at South Bulli to bring about a settlement of the difficulty at the colliery, and there appears no liklihooil of an agreement being arrived at. Sir Henry Varkes lias flatly contradicted an as Bcrtion made by Mi'. M'Lauglilin that he hod Mr. Clark's Hiinute re Holt's case before htm when ho wrote tho qualified recommendation for Holt's j-cieaso. A telegram from Mudgce on Woduostlay to tho Daily Teleoravii reports :— A case which calls for the strictest inquiry is reported to-dny. A woolsortcr named Scott, employed at Havilah btation (Mr. II. C. White's), was taken into custody a few days ago, suffering from delirium tremens. Ho wag committed to gaol for medical treatment, and on being brought up at the police court yes terday was discharged on the certificate of Dr. Barber, who- hud not seen or examined the man prior to his being brought into court and then only conversed with him for a few seconds. Dr. Swans ton, tho ...

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Original Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 24 October 1888

Original Correspondence. [It must be distinctly understood that we do no bold ourselves responsible for the opinions ex pressed by our correspondents.]

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 24 October 1888

To Builders. mENDERS are invited for the ERECTION and 1 COMPLETION of LARGE HOTEL at BRAIDWOOD. Plans and Specifications may be seen at the offices of the undersigned aud at Nom Cbong's Store. Tenders are to be delivered to the Architects on or Wore TUESDAY, 30th OCTOBER, before 12 o'clock (noon). SHEERIN & HENNESSY, Architects. City Chambers, 343, Pitt-street, Sydney. B-id Hills, Boro, Salamander Reef, October 17, 1888. To Miners & Speculators. BEWARE to embark money or transact mining engagements in connection with this mine with prospectors GEORGE WEBSTER WILLIAM WILCOX without our consent. GKORGE MACKAV THOMAS RAMSAY. Caution. ALL STOCK found TRESPASSING on our rented land, known as John' HrBUiy's, after this date will have to be REMOVED or PAID FOR, witiiout respect of persons. WILLIAM JARVIS & BURNS, Blue Bell. Mv. Leonard Gabriel, SURGEON & MECHANICAL DENTIST, 48 Margaret-Street, Sydney, 'I ylSITS this District regularly, where he may lie V con...

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(TO THE EDITOR OF THE DISPATCH) [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 24 October 1888

(TO THE KDITOR OK THE DISPATCH) Dear Sir, — There are some unfortunate people in this world who have only one idea, and nine times out of ten that idea is a wrong one. It must be something of that sort that is the matter with ' Freetrader,' for no pei^sou of average brains and information would have ventured on such wild statements as his letter contains, unless, perhaps, the poor fellow has been so lone in Braidwood that he has become petrified. Certainly he never read the newspapers or he would have known that all his figures have been spht into as many pieces as there are units in them over ami over again by the Avjstha lian Stab. For that reason I don't think it neces sary to smash them over again; besides, the Bulletin this week shows what can be done by figures in a criticism of the Premier's late speech. But I want to know how 'Freetrader' reconciles these statements of his — 'In 18S3 Victoria had 43,868 people engaged in manufactures; in 1887, 32,888 ; and in 1888, 45,772.' ...

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OUT TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, TUESDAY, 12.30 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 24 October 1888

QVTd 'PJIiEGKftAMS, w ? ? (FBO,M OCR OWN COEJpJSroKpEyT;) tf¥»NE¥ Tpbsday, 12.30 p.m. Mr, Goodehap retired at four o'clock yesterday afternoon on a pension - of £937 per annum, leaving an elaborate and exhaustive minute concerning the Department. It is rumoured that Mr. Melville intends oppos ing Mr. Cameron as Chairman of Committees. The Ministerial iiin»ei- yesternight was largely attended by members pflmtU Houses, Supreme Court Judges, and ctber public officials. About seventy members of the Assembly were present. The continued drought is extending over tho Darling Downs district and causing great destruc tion of crops, , . . The cable is still interrupted. . - ? A serious cos explosion occurred (u a dwelling ? house at Wickliam on Sunday night, severely \n jurW the d#ugl)ter of fc «iIipri)MntidijpaW4ft 'MM ^?ea(;ty'4ai!ul|^jj(;hg.buiiaUj|. \ A cave was discovered on Saturday in tho Broken Hill Proprietary Mine,* but owing to fonl air a minute inspection was not made, but the pre...

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Weekly Calendar. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 24 October 1888

Weekly Calendar. T-.,««ni«w »ir Daysof Sun Sun Moon's Daysof the Week Mo*thi. Bbes. SeU. Agc. Wednesday ? Oct. 24 5 10 0 19 19 Tiicbsdav ? , 23* £ 0 690 20 Fbidav ? 2G 5 8 0 21 21 Saturday ? „ 27 5 7 0 22 22 Sukdat ? „ 28 5 0 C 23 23 Mokdjlv ? „ 28 5 4 6 24 24 Tdbsday ? „ 30 5 3 0 25 25 moon's phase. Moon's Itst quarter, October 28, at 12.0 p.m. The Braidwood Dispatch. Slrenud el Prosper^. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 24, 188?.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 24 October 1888

FTJENER BROTHERS AND TONES, THE PREMIER STORES, AUBURN STREET, GOULBURN. SHEAEING SEASON' 1888. ]S[ow that the Shearing Season is approaching we shall T-e glad 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 WOOLPBESS.' INSPECTION INVITED. THIS PRESS is rapidly talcing the ' PREMIER, ' PLACE ; therefore we run it. It occupies very little floor space. It has ouly 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 Jiighesfc pi-iced Pi-ess. It is veil and strongly built of best material. It is fitted with chains of best tested quality. It is only $£3 |©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 Goulbuxa District,...

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To Gold Seekers. AN INFALLIBLE METHOD OF FINDING OUT WHETHER STONE CONTAINS GOLD. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 24 October 1888

To -k-ld Seekers. AN INFALLlIiLB METHOD 01- FINDING OUT WIUSTIIEB STONE CONTAINS C.OU). Dr. Tratman, the Government Analyst of West ern Australia, a week or two ago delivered a lec ture in St. George's Hall on 'Gold.' He says : — ' A great many of you know what happens to a lump of sugar when put into the mouth— and some few perhaps kuow what takes place when it is put into whisky anil water. It is melted and the sub stance becomes liquid. Just in the same way that sugar dissolves in tea we have to dissolve gold iu something. Now, strange to say, this something is not a liquid, but it is a gas — very much the same as we burn every night. I wish you could imagine the effect of the smell of this gas which is ojual to that produced from thirty or forty thousand rotten cabbages. The name of this gas is chlorine. Now, this mineral test is especially good for two reasons. In the first place it is so simple that anyone can use it, and successfully use it ; and in the next place it is valua...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 24 October 1888

LOCAL NEWS. A ?_ **» ? — ? ? ▼ ? Concbui in Aealue.v.— The G. T. Lodge in Araluen having recently purchased a piano, detir mined to give an inaugural concert with the object of bringing the claims of the Order more pro minently before the public and aUo of paying off a debt remaining on the instrument. The concert took place on Thursday evening last and was very successful, nearly 200 people being present, and the , whole of the required sum (about £13) being ob tained. Mr. T. Eniinot was chairman, ana also acted as conductor. The singing and reciting were of a good order, and evidently gave great satisfaction, while the tone of the piano, manipu lated by Miss Hy land, Miss Barnctt, and Mr. Zollner. was favourably commented on. The following ladies and gentlemen, in vtldition to several members of the lodge, contributed to the evening's amusement, viz., Miss Costello, Mrs. duelling, Mrs. Clarke, Messrs. Hyiules, Bai-nett, Hyland, and Griinbly. Mr. Carlile promised a hearty wel come ...

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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 24 October 1888

G-ENEEAL NEWS. The ItlsttAU) understands that Mr. Sydney Burdekiu, ALL. A., intends early in the approach ing session to urge the Government to embody a system of a technical education with the ordinary curriculum of the Public Schools. The lion, member is of opinion that the afternoon might usually be devoted to the teaching of practical mechanics or other arts bo that the youth of the country on leaving school would have some slicht knowledge of a trade or calling, which would be of assistance to them. Iu all probability Mr. Burdc kiu Avill bring the snbject forward at an early date. One of the inland towns of Now South Wales which has shown signs of decided improvement is Hargraves, the once famous mining centre of our Western goldfields. During the height of the mining excitement when gold was first discovered, there were upwards of 25,000 people on the field, and on the principal leads almost fabulous returns were obtaiucd. It was on Hargraves that the famous £4000 nugget of go...

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Frank Gardiner the Bushranger. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 24 October 1888

Frauk Gardiner the Buskrauger. The Melbourne correspondent of tbe Cootaniun dra Herald writes to that journal as follows : — A Melbourne paper gives a curious excerpt from a Californian journal relative to tbe subsequent career of that scoundrel and bushranger, the notor ious Frauk Gardiner. I must confess it is not an item of Melbourne news proper, but 1 am tempted to give the story, as Gardiner was well known all over Australia, and the narrative will be sure to interest my readers. Then this is the yarn. While at large iu Queensland he was intimate with a young girl, who bore him a daughter. During his incarceration the mother died, and the first thing Gardiner did on being released from gaol was to find his daughter. Then he left the colonies and settled in San Francisco. He opened a saloon there, and made money. Iu the meantime his daughter hod married iu Queensland, living with her husband. A few days before the ex bushran ger died he sent a sealed packet to his daughter. It c...

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SIGNED AND SEALED. CHAPTER VIII. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 27 October 1888

SIGNED AND SEALED. CHAPTER VIII. (Continued.) 'I'd lay any odds,' !ie thought, 'that this fellow does 3ove Helen, and is uncom monly glad Sydney Spa!di»g is out of the way.' Then lie added, nloud, ' I suspect noi. wnai such a nauasome giri as sue could Bee in him to love and accept passes my comprehension.' 'It is at all times difficult to understand a, woman. Are you going to Glen House shortly V ' I am on my way there now.' ' Will you take my compliments and best wishes f I know I ought to call ; buti at pre sent, I am not able.' With that, they paited ; Laurence his way, Robert Llandells to Gleufell. Near its en trance he came upon the man in the brown coat, talking — it seemed, indeed, like flirting — with the pretty housemaid of Glen House ; for since the advent of Mis. Airly, the staff of servants had been increased. He paid no heed to the lawyer, the latter none to him ; but on reaching the High Street, Robert LiandeHs found interest «nougli in the shops until the man in the ...

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AN IDYL. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 27 October 1888

AN ID1X. He struggled to kiss tier ; she Btrugglcd tlic same To prevent him, «o Jmld and undaunted ; Uut as suiittcnby lightning, he heard her exclaim, ' Avaunt, sir !'n,ud olThe avaunted. JJut when lie returned, t\Wi the fiendish laugh, Showing dearly that he was affronted, And Uireateiiod hy main force to carry her off, She cried, 'Dou't' — aud the pool- fellow dontcd. Wtteu tie meekly approached and got down at tier feet, Praying loud as before lie bad routed That she would forgive him and try to be sweet, And said ' Can't you !' the dear gbrl re-canted. Then softly lie whispered, ' How could you do so? I certainly thought I was jilted— But come thou with me, to the parson we'll go, Say, wilt thou, my dear ?' aud she wilted. Tlion ccutly ho took her to sec her new home — A shanty by no means enchanted — 'See, here %vc can live with no longing to roam ; Shan't we my tlear ?' aad they shautted. And gently beamed o'er them love's rose-colored ray (The bridegroom and bride of this ba...

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