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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 27 October 1888

LOOAL NEWS. ? « ? Outtoahy. — To tlic number who have recently pissed away affcora long abode in the -district to go over to the great majority at that ' bourno from whence jio traveller raturns,' another, accessiou has been made this wccli , in the person of one who ma.y he almost Btyled tlie father of Draidwond. Mv. James Malonc died at his rcsWcncc iu liyrie-street ou Wednesday evening lust, after n )»rief illness, tit the ripe ftj;e of 80 yearn. Mr. Malono ciunc to Ulaidwood in tisc bo^immig «f !8^1, under eng;ige mont as driver on the first mail tun-vice between linu'du'ooit mill Kyducy, wliich waS run once a wuujv u; jjiuiyiini.i. nie uouiracior i)om-; me lute Dr. Uraidwoiul Wilson, whose remains rest in the tomb on the hill which is uajuol after him, over looking the town. This first uiniS service was r«o in a cart with one horse. Mr. Mntouc afterwards drove tlie mail for the livtc Mr. Andrew ISadgciy, when it was ruu twice u. wcclt. The service was subsequently taken by -!r....

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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OUR TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, FRIDAY, 11.45 A.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 27 October 1888

OUR TELEGRAMS. ? * (FBOH OCR OWN CORHESPOSDEST. ) SYDNEY Friday. 11.45 a.m. At the Homebush stock sales yesterday 920 cattle were yarded. Best bullocks averaged £10 7/- and others from £4 19/2. 19,000 sheep were penned, and the market was weaker. Best ineriuos brought il/7, a few extra prime reaching 13/-, aud others from 5/. In the Assembly last night a considerable amount of formal business was transacted. The Public Works Committee was re-appointed, although several members of the Opposition contended that the committee had been a failure. A resolution was carried expressing deep regret at the death of Mr. Jas. S. Faruell. The Premier and Mr. Dibbs both spoke in feeling terms of the late member. Mr. Dibits announced that he bad beeu appointed leader of the Opposition, and hoped that members on the Government benches would extend to the Opposition that courtesy which should always phs vail in the Legislative Assembly. Tbe Premier congratulated Dibbs on the appointment. He hoped th...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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Parliamentary. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 27 October 1888

Parliamentary. * The third (session of the thirteenth Parliament of Xew South Wales was opened with tbe customary ueroiuonies by his Excellency the Governor at noon on Tuesday. There was a large attendance of the outside public, aud in the Legislative Council Chamber there was a goodly company, including a great number of UulinB, whose gay attire gave this usually sombre Chamber quite a lively appearance. The .Speaker took the chair in the Legislative Assembly with commendable punctuality, precisely at noon. The proclamation convening Parliament for the despatch of business was read, after which tlie Speaker informed the House of the vacancies that had occurred during the recess, and the man ner in which they, had been filled. Two of the new members came forward to take the necessary oatlis preparatory to taking their scats, but just at that moment a kind of spirit-rapping was hoard si the door, aud the cvcr-watebful .Sergeant-at-Arms annouuoed 'lilack Rod.' That official entered, a...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 27 October 1888

GENERAL NEWS. At a inucling of the Executive Conncil on Tues day Mr. Burn.;, inadditiontoliisollice as Treasurer, wivs appointed Miuistcr of Railways under the liovLTiiuitait Railways Act of 1888. A uotiiicatiou appeared in that day's Gazette to the cSect that administration of the Government Railways Act had been placetl under his control. The new com missioners commenced their duties on Tuesday. The Chief Commissioner, Mr. Eddy, sivt iii the room lormerly ocenpieil 1-y Mr. -joo»(ulinp, au-l ilr, Fohon and Mr. Oliver occupied Die rooms u» either fide. It is probable that no change will be made in the present arraiigciiicntx as far as the principal olliccrs of the Department arc concerned. Mr. Richardson will continue iu the oflice of secretary of the railways, but the Commissiuiiei's will ap point a competent shorthand writer as their pri vate secretary, ;i'il no doubt the appointment will be conferred on Hugh M'Lachlati, who has acted in tin past as private secretary to the Minist...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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A Woolshed Burnt to the Ground. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 27 October 1888

A Woolshc:! ISurnt to tbe to'omid. The Wugga Wngga Kxpukss reports that ou Tuesday morning at daylight Mr. Donnelly's wool shed at ]Jomnihulu was discovered io be iu flames by a Ulan named Patrick Dcmpsey, a station em ploye who had been encamped there for some. time. Mr. Jolin Crowe {the manager of the station) aud Mr. M. Flanagan had been in the shuil all nijslit aud only left after daylight, and almost immedia tely afterwards flumes broke out. Dempsey was first arciusei? Siv n. rfuil-imr uniup wltir-li uf iiecf liis thought was due to a rising wind, but jumpiug up he found the shed alight for a very considerable distance along its length. Tlie whole place was speedily one slieet of flame, ami there was no possi bility of saving it. It was a large building, about 200 ft. by -i-J ft., having recently been enlarged, ami would have afforded accommodation for forty four shearers. There me two union camps nbout a mile and a-half ci-ch frcin . the station, which are still occupied by ab...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 27 October 1888

b Iraiirai Dispatch AXD MINING JOURNAL IS published every Wbdxksdav ami Saturday, at the Office, Wallace-street, Braiilwood. The tonns of subscription to tlic ]}raidwood Dispatch me 20s. jior aimum, or 5s. per quarter, paid in advance, am] Cs. if Ijookcd. The quarters respectively terminate on the 3!st March, 30th June, 30th September, unil 3ist December in each yea)', ftt 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, TERMS FOB ADVERTISING. The charges for advertising are as follows:— For two lineB of space - ? 16. Od — four lines of space ? 2s. Od — eight lines, or one inch^i ? 3s. Od — every additional eight lines ? Is. 6d All orders for withdrawal of advertisements must he given oil or before Holiday and Thursday nt 6 p.m. Since the late fire the Proprietor has re-stocked with an ENTIRELY HEW PLANT &...

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Murderous Affray in Newtown. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 27 October 1888

Murderous Affray in Novtown. One of the most horrible aud atrocious stabbing affrays ou record was perpetrated shortly after 5 o'clock ou Weduesilay evening iu Newtowu, and which will daubtless eventuats in the death of the unfortunate woman, l'rom what an be gathered of the circumstances in couuectiou with the mur derous affair, it -would appear that nobody was present when it happened, with the exception of course, of the assailant and tbe victim, and therefore tho particulars of the case were only obtainable ? jruiH n swfcvunium. mane »y uie poor woman Jierfieu. It seeins^ that about the time stated, a butcher named William Thompson, whose principal business is that of a tripe vendor, aud who resided with his wife at 535, King-street, Ncn-town, was busily en gaged cleaning iripe in the yard at the rear of the premises. While in the middle of his duty his wife, Mary Thompson, weut out iuto the yard for tlie purpose of getting some wood for the fire, when her husband coiifircuted h...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 27 October 1888

To Let, TTtOUR-ROOMED COTTAGE near the Gaol, J} with detatehed kitchen, two-stall stable, buggy house, and splendid well of water. Rent moderate. Apply to L. DEASY. The Mutual Assurance of Victoria, Limited. EJ. FLAHAVEK, the accredited agent of the . above Society, can be consulted at the ALBION HOTEL, between 10 and 4 DAILY. Annuities and Endowments are the specialties of this society. Notice. PERSONS having Cattle or Horses RUNNING on the Government Leased Lauds, Aralueu, 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 on their Leased Lauds, shareholders are requested to send to the Secretary the NUMBER and BRANDS of all Cattle aud Horses ltelonging to them, in order that they may not be interfered with. A MEETING OF SHAREHOLDERS wffl be held on MONDAY, Nov. 5th, 7 p.m., at Mr. P. Madikak's, Aralueu, to reconsider number of cattle and horses each shareholder w...

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 — 27 October 1888

Original Correspondence. [It must be (lisiinr-Uy understood that we do no hold ourselves responsible for the opinions ex pressed by our correspondents, j (TO TDK KDITOKUl'TUB DISl'ATCIl) Sik, — I rcplj' to your eorrosiwtideut 'Pi'otee- tionitsl,' ullow mo to jioint out that he is guilty of a misrepresentation of my argument in favour of a frcetrade policy. 1 wished to point out that during the past twenty years the rnoiJKMSSIVis incrcjise of Nesv South Wules was greater than that of Victoria, anil thiit 1 consiiler 1 did when I pointed out that 'lining those 2l- years of protection iu Victoria -iiul of ficetraile during n great part of the time in Now iSuulh ^\'alep, the latter colony increased inpopu liUl^ll !i-^ I/O }u;r,uciii nun tlic lai njr 'iiiij «-/^. As t») ' 1'i-oluutionist'g ' statement that shnjis of oiiu u)1 two hiuida me csillcil inunufactorius here aud not in Victoria, 1 believe ho is (mite mistaken. The rule is Iwlb colonies is (« reckon notliing iu cither where less ...

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Weekly Calendar [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 27 October 1888

Weekly Calendar, »av«nf«l.rtW«.lt l-aysof j Sun j Sun jMoon's Uayaofllm^eek MjJlt!l- RJsbb- gets. Age. Wkdkimday, ? Oct. 24 S 10 0 19 19 TaonsDAV ? „ 25 H .0 -J 20 20 Fkh-ay ? „ 26 s S 0 21 21 Saturday... ? „ 27 5 7 fi 22 23 Sun-day ? 28 SO (i 23 23 Mosdav ? ,,29 5 4 0 24 24 Tuesday ? „ 30 5 3 0 25 25 i MOON'S I'JIASK. . Moon's \uA quarter, October 28, at 32.0 p.m.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 27 October 1888

FTJENER BROTHERS AND JONES, 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. Burgon and Ball's 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 rapidly taking the 'PREMIER' PLACE; therefore we run it. It occupies very little Qoov space. It 1ms only one lever. It is e;isily 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 cliains of best tested quality. It is only £25} 10s. on mil, Sydney. s^ We intend Cutting the Prices as usual, so don't neglect to send for Quotations. ^ 'We do the largest trade in the Goulbora District, because our Pri...

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Notes and Comments. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 27 October 1888

Notes and Comments. ? 9 ? Bv all Freetraders England is held up to us a model of tlic inestimable benefits of so called com. nierciol freedom, America's greatness is a fool to here, and as for Germany she is absolutely nowhere. Hev people are, we arc told, the most prosperous, the most contented and the most enviable race drawing the breath of life. Of course this sounds all very well if we svulhnv it holus-bolus without ? a moment's reflection, but when UiU beautifully naiutcd nicturc is --xiiiniiipil mnrn I'Jns^lv nun i& forceil to tlic conclusion that our Foreign trade big guns are cither on a very bad bmud or view the state of affairs iu the mother country through, an extraordinarily powerful magnifying glass. Not. withstanding ai! their eulogies they cannot persuade the avcrage-min Jed mail that life in England is all beer aud skittles — a perfect paradise for her hoiuy handed sons of toil. The followng ex'crapt from the IjOJ.'3)O-' Weekly Bujxetis, a commercial and fin...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 27 October 1888

VKATJi, Ok tbo 24th instant, at. liis resilience, livaidwood, Jamim Mamjkb, aged 80 years. Ukqciescat in Pack. The Braidwood Dispatch. StrenuS el Prosper^. SATURDAY, OCTOM5R27, 18SP.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 31 October 1888

Ike Brirai Dispatch AN1- MINING JOURNAL IS published every Wednesday and Saturday, at the Office, Wallace-street, Braidwootl. The terms of subscription to the Hbaidwood Dispatch arc 20s. jjer aiinuin, or 5s. per quarter, paid in advance, and Cs. if booked. The quarters respectively terminate on the 31st March, 30th June, SOtli September, uiid 3ist December iu cadi year, at which periods only discontinuance on pay ment of arrears will he received. Intending subscribers arc, however, informed that their sub scription will only be charged from the period of commencement to the end of the quarter. TERMS FOB ADVERTISING. The charges for advertising are as follows: — For two lines of space ? Is. Oil — four Hues of space ... ? 2s. Od — eight lilies, or one inch ? 3s. Oil — every additional eight linos ? 1b. Gd All orders for withdrawal of advertisements must be given on or before Holiday and Thursday at G p. in. Since the late fire the Proprietor has re-stocked with aii ENTIRELY HEW PLANT ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 31 October 1888

For Sale, QIX-ROOMED COTTAGE, opposite the Public £j School, Little River. Apply at once to H. WHITE, Jpkr., Little River, Parkes' Reception Committee MEET AT MURPHY'S HOTEL WEDNES MAY EVENING, 8 p.m. A. FRASER, Hon. Sec. Ill the Estate of the late James Slaloue, of Braidwood, deceased. ALL CLAIMS against tlie ABOVE ESTATE must be sent in for liquidation on or before the 15th NOVEMBER, and all DEBTS REMAIN TKn TTNTPATn nfter that. Haf« will lw PT.AnEn IN THE HANDS OF A SOLICITOR FOR RECOVERY. LUKE MALONE\_ „, , M JOHN MALONE/Executors' Braidwood, October 29th, 1888. P. & A. Society, Braidwood. kotTce. T ADIES & GENTLEMEN wishing to GIVE I ; DONATIONS for any special purpose for competition (or otherwise) at our next Show, will kiuiUy intimate their wishes to the undersigned as EARLY AS POSSIBLE, GEQ. FRED, TAYLOR, Secretary. Braidwood, 30th Oct., 1888. To Let, TjTOUR-ROOMED COTTAGE near the Gaol, _C with detatched kitchen, two-stall stable, buggy house, and splendid ...

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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 31 October 1888

GENERAL NEWS. Sir Henry Parkes, replying to a question put by Mr. Day, for Mr. Ryrie, in the Assembly on Wed nesday afternoon, said that he was not iu favour of all elections taking place on the same day. Amongst the many things which have been spoken hut which would have been better left uuBaid, there are few that have been so productive of grwit surprise as the exclamation which brought trouble to an elderly man iu Sydney the other day. several others were entering, just as a corpulent and well-upholstered old lady was pulling herself on to the top of the vehicle, he rather unfortunately alluded to the crush by saying 'What a bustle?' This caused the old lady to give a right-about-face turn, audtt second afterwards a fine belltopper was spoiled and a» umberella broken, while the poor fellow narrowly escaped being taken into custody and quite lost his character until he got among his friends ugpiii. Hom/)wa.v-s Ointuekt end PiLUS.— Debilitated Constitutions— When climate, age or ha...

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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 — 31 October 1888

Original Correspondence. [It must be distinctly understood that we do uo hold ourselves responsible for the opinions ex pressed by our correspondents.] (TO THE EDrrOKOFTUE DISPATCH! Sib, — After the severe drubbing given to your correspondent ' Freetrader' by ' Cockney' I was rather surprised to see ' Freetrader' again in pviut in last issue, your correspondent has doubts about my statement re the classing of factories in the two colonies. Well, sir, if ' Freetrader' wants convincing let him look up his freetrade authorities and find how many factories our town is credited with. After that I think he will agree wi{!i my as sertion. As to the greater purchasing power in ?freetrade countries I ask ' Freetrader' to explain how it is 4li.tf. lirofiii liac lwimi fnr t.l)£- naj;f-. tan voai-js niiftjinpp in protected Victoria than iu New South Wales. I notice that in oue year in Victoria that raw material to the value of £7,907,745 was operated upon, producing manufactured articles valuen...

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LONDON. SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 31 October 1888

LONDON. Saturday. The Pope has condemned the Italian insult offered to the Papacy in the charge that his Holiness intended to usurp the Temporal Power. The Pope says that Romp is predestined to be the capital of the Catholic world. Bismarck is aiming to restore the German prestige in Zanzibar through the instrumentality of a united crusade of European Powers interested in Africa against the slave trade. 30,000 miners in Yorkshire have struck work. At the wool sales in Antwerp prices advanced a half -penny. Cardinal Moran's speeches in Ireland have given offenee to the Vatican. Tlip Attarnpv Oplipvat 111 nmnintt tlia nnao luafrtra Parliamentary Commission appointed to inquire into the charge preferred by the Times against Mr. Parnell, said that he intended to prove the organi zation of the League to its sources. Thc_ Central League had paid branches of the organization to conduct boycotts and commit out rages. He acquitted Mr. Davitt of being concerned in the agrarian outrages that h...

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OUR TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 31 October 1888

OUR TELEGRAMS.* w ? (FJ1OM OCR OWN COBBESPOIOJEST.) SYDNEY Saturday. The sculling match between Kemp and Scarle was rowed on the Parramatta River this afternoon and was won by Searle. Later, Searle won the toss for choice of positions, and took the southern shore. It was an ebb tide flow ing in favour of the rowers. Both men nut off, Searle from Uhr's Point, and Kemp from his boat shed at Ryde Wharf, just before half-past i o'clock, The two men dashed away each striking the water at the rate of 41 strokes to the minute, After going a short distance Searle obtained a lead o half a length.-rowing a beautiful stroke, and.throw* iiicr inimnnKR imwm into everv stroke. whilBt Kemn. M'liQ was very .confident, pulled in his usual clean style. At the quarter.uiUo post Searle had a clear lead of a length, ,tbe time up to this being 1 min. 35 sees. Both men rowed at a tremendous pace up to Uhr's Point, where the Clarence man Lad in creased his lead to a length and a half, pulling well within h...

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Coroner's Inquest. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 31 October 1888

Coroner's Inquest. An inquest was held at Boland's Willow Tree Inn on Saturday morning last, before the Coroner, J. *W. Bunn, Esq., on the body of John HuBh, whose sudden death we reported in our last issue. Tne deceased had been removed to the Willow Tree at the desire of one of his relatives. The following evidence was given : — William Lewis deposed : I am a painter ; I was at work with the deceased, John Hush, yesterday afternoon at a building he was putting up in Wal lace-street; about twenty minutaa past 4 p.m. he was in the act of driving a nail in a. rafter, and had his left temple, saying ' My God, what has hap pened me !' he reeled ionnd and fell back on the scaffold on which we were standing ; I broke the fall as much as I could ; I called to Xe Maitre and we laid the deceased on the iron roof underneath ; I asked Le Maitre to go for some water, which he did ; Le Maitre is the occupier of the building at which we were working ; we poured the water over the head aud hands ...

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