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

Parliamentary. Directly the Legislative Assembly met ou Thurs day the Speaker laid upon the table of the House his warrant appointing ceitain hon. members to the Committee of Kleetious aud Qualifications, and he explained that unless objection was taken within the next three sitting days, the appointment would become permanent. The following gentlemen com pose the committee : — Messrs. Thomas T. Ewing, RobertO. D. Fitzgerald, William H. Holborow, Alexander Kethe], Alban J. Riley, Alexander Ryrie, and W, Thompson. A rather large amount of business was taken as formal. This included the following items ; — The motion of Sir Henry Parkes that the House shall not in future adjourn as a mark of respect upon tlie death of an lion, member ; leave given U) Jlr. Walker to bring in a bill to provide for tho work ing of coal mines during strikes, also a bill to ex tend and modify the rights of barristers ami at torneys ; motions by Mr. Lee for the production of various papers ; and a motion to...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Accepted Mail Tenders. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 31 October 1888

Accepted Mail Tenders. The following tenders for the conveyance of mails from the 1st of January next have been accepted : — Railway Station and Post-office, Tarago, twice or oftener daily — Arthur Pooley, conveyance 1 or more hoi-sea, 1 year, £34. Tarago, Boro, Manor, Braidwood, Bell's Creek, Araluen, Mullenderree, and Moruya, six times a week, by coach two or more horses, with a branch mail to and from Braidwood and Reid dale, twice a week on horseback —Arthur Pooley, 1 year, £293. Braidwood and f\elli£cn, twice a week — Bernard M'Cawley, 4-wheelcd buggy, 3 years, 189 per amium. Braidwood and Larbert, twice a week — John Ste phens, horseback, 3 years, £20 per auuuiu. Moruya, Bergalia, Turlinjah, Boda.Ua, Wagonga, Punkalla, TilbaTilba, Diguam's Creek, Cobargo, Dry River, Brogo, and Bega, six times a week John aud Michael Corrigau, 4-wheelcd vehicle, 1, 2, or more horses, 3 years, £400 per auuum. BodallaandEurobodaUa, seven times a week — John and Michael Corrigan, 4-wheeled coach, ...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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The Champion Boat Race. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 31 October 1888

The Champion Boat Race. We issued an extraordinary on Saturday night giving «.u accouut of the boat race between Kemp aud Searle for the championship of the world-, which took place on the Pavramatta River. Below we give the opinions of the two competitors, as supplied to tbe Herald representative, immedia tely after the race : — A CHAT WITH THE CHAMPION. Searle returned to his boatshed soon after the race, aud was met there by numerous friends and admirers, who cheered lustily. He stood up com paratively fresh, and carried his boat in without showing the least sigu of fatigue. His hand was warmly shaken, and in reply to anxious inquiries he said. ' I'm not exactly tired, but I think I have had enough for to-night.' Everybody was curious to know something from the champion about the race, and how he stood with Kemp at the various points. As well as he could remember, he stated, Kemp caught the water just a moment before bim, and got perhaps half a length in advance, but by a few vig...

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Braidwood Land Court. TUESDAY, 30TH OCTOBER. (Before A. O. Moriarty, Chairman, and James Aldcorn and J. W. Bunn Esqrs.) [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 31 October 1888

Braidwood Land Court. Teesday, 30th October. (Before A. O. Moriariy, Chairman, and James Aldcom and J. W. Bunn Esqrs.) George Brooks, CP. 59 acres, parish Marlowe* This matter had been before the Court ou pre vious occasions and in consequence of an opin ion by the Attorney General the confirmation of applicant's additional C.P. was disallowed. John Burke, C.P., 80 acres, and C.L.; 240 acres, parish of Moruya. Postponed till next sit tings, owing to certain papers in the cose not having been scut n\- from the Lauds Office. Thomas Clarke, C.P., 500 acres, parish Jiucro. Confirmed us modified as to measuruient. Thomas Clarke, C.L., parish Jiucro. Confirmed at 2d per acre. Arthur Gumm, C.P., 120 acres, parish Jinero. Confirmed as 107 acres, all available. John Ffrcnch, C.P., C40 acres, parish Jiuero. Confirmed. Patrick M'Cauu, special purchase, Araluen. Post poned till a date to be fixed and to be heard at Araluen. Dennis G'Neil, C.P., 40 acres, parish Coning. Disallowed. Henry Whitake...

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Disease in Apples. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 31 October 1888

Disease iu Apples. A curious and interesting series of specmens showing how a disease, the name of which has not yet transpired, attacks American apples, was han ded to the Premier on Thursday by Mr. John Noblis, M. P., who explained that these specimens had been taken out of certain cases of apples which had lately arrived by the American mail steamer, indented to a Sydney fruiterer. There are altogether four apples, which show the various stages of the disease. The first is apparently the usual brown rot {roin bruising, the second speci men reaches a stage where this npparent rot has increased in size, aud under the skin there appears several light colored spots. The next specimen is cut in half to show the progress of the disease iu the heart of the apple. The last specimen is the one which shows conclusively that the disease is not one which is known to exist in this colony ; the apple is nearly black, and is quite soft and pulpy, the opinion of expert* being that the eating of ...

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SIGNED AND SEALED. CHAPTER IX. THE MYSTERIOUS LIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 31 October 1888

SIGNED AND SEALED. CHAPTER IX. THE MVSTEfitODS LIGHT. ' No, but he'd soon get one,' laughed tbe man in the brown coat. ' It would be as easy as possible. Just look here ; I'll show you. Supposing this piece of cake,' — taking a piece from under a glass cover on the bar — ' were a piece of wax. Well, while your back's turned or you're called awny he reaches forward like this' suiting action to word — 'takes the key, presses it on the wax — the work of a few seconds in his practised fingers — hangs back the key before you can say Jack Robinson, and has only to jiave a Key maae w) me wax impression to enter the room he wants to rifle.' The landlord had watched and listened witli wide-open, staring eyes. Laurence Hawkwood's, on the contrary, had contracted curiously. 'How do you know all this?' exclaimed the former, suspiciously. « From being a Londoner, and reading the papers, which, my friend, would make you as wise as I, if you liked to do the same. Why, it's an every day occurrence,...

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The Powers of the Railway Commissioners. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 31 October 1888

The Powers of the Railway Com missioners. According to the Act the Commissioners are to hold office for a term of seven years, subject to certain conditions being observed. For instance, a Commissioner may bo removed for misbehaviour or incompetence. In this cafe the Governor has the power of suspending, but Parliament only can re move tho Commissioner. For the conduct of busi ness any two of the Commissioners form a (juorem, but in the event of these two differing ui opinion upon any matter the determination of that subject must be postponed until all the Commissioners are present. Tlie Commissioners have power to ap point a stall of clerks ami other employees, autl to remove them if necessary. All the clerks and employees in the railway and tramway service at the time of the passing of the Act shall be deemed to have been appointed by the Commissioners under the Act. While invested with the sole control and management of the railways, they will have noth ing to do with the constru...

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Death of Mr. W. B. Dalley. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 31 October 1888

Death of Mr. W. B, ftallcy. Tlie Right Hon. W. B. Dalley, who has been i sinking for some time past, died at his resideuce Darling Point, at eighteen minutes to twelve on Sunday iright. The sad event was not expected, for the right hon. gentleman'smedical advisers had given up hopes of his recovery from the serious complication of disorders from which he was suffering. He passed away peacefully, surrounded by the members of his family. Sir Patrick Jen ningo, Mr. Thos. Butler, aud Mr. Scarlett, his former private secretary, were present. Iu its abituary notice of Mr. Dalley the S. M. H.EUALD says:— it is patrotically narrated that when the remains of the poet Spenser were laid in Westminister Abbey all the poets of the age threw their pens into the grave, together with a piece they had composed hi praise or lamentation of the deceased. A similar tribute of respect might well be paid to the memory of him who is the subject of this memoir. Conspicuous for rare ability, allied to great ...

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THE FADED PHOTOGRAPH. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 31 October 1888

THEJPADED PHOTOGftJUPH. A picture looks at me throngh years Of thno j only a girlish head, Set in a frame of tawny hair, , With cheek and lips bo longer red, And sad sweet eyes, whence all the light And all the tenderness has fled. The pale face watches me through tears That are. my own ; those gentle eyes Have long since ceased to weep ; the lips Will no more part in sorrow 8 sighs j The broad calm of the faded brow Shines tn the glow of other skies. Ob, love, it is so long ago — The smart and sting of suffering Have yielded to the balm of time ,- Kind fate has joined the riven striug I deemed would have no music more, And thought* of thee no anguish bring. The flowers of many summers have BeeD bom and blown above thy tomb ; The fondest hearts forget to mourn The grief of a long-distant doom, AnS omy sorrow deep as mine, Can keep thy memory in bloom. Xuc wistful pictnre has not kept For me the beauties I recall, The charm of tender tones, aud hands That met iniue willingly, nor fal...

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Serious Railway Accident. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 31 October 1888

Serious Railway Accidcut. A serious railway accident occurred on Saturday morning on tlie southern line about sixteen miles from Goulbura. At 5 a.m. a mixed goods and passenger train was standing while the engine of the train was taking in water at the Fish River Tanks, between Gunning and Brcadalnaue Stations. The passengers, few in number, and several rail way linesmen, occupied a second-class carriage connected with the guards' brake-van at the rear of the train. Suddenly, and without any warning, another train conveying cattle, iouowing me nrsi, came up and dashed into it almost at full speed, aud before any of the passengers could leave the carriage of the fit-it train. The carriage was das hed nearly to pieces, and driven in upon the goods trucks. So soou as the passengers and linesmen were rescued from the debris, it was foujiji that eight of them were injured, two of them very seriously indeed, 'Die names of those seriously injured are George Howard and Henry Wisely. Those w...

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Weekly Calendar. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 31 October 1888

Weekly Calendar. Daysof tho Week ¥?&?* Jun '| Sun JMoon'B * Month. Rises. Sets. Age. Wsd.vbsday ? Oct. 31 6 2- 6 26 26 TitCRSDAY ? Nov. 1 6 1 o 20 27 Friday ? 2 S 0 6 27 28 Satobbav ? 3 0 0 0 28 n Sothbav ? 4- 4-60 0 29 1 Monday ? ,,5 4 S8 fi 30 2 Tubsdav ? a 4 57 (3 3J 3 moon's riMse. Now Moou November 4, at 10.7 a.nj.

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

TURNER BROTHERS AND JONES. THE PREMIER STORES, AUBURN STREET, GOULBURN. * SHEAKINGSEASON 1888. Xow that the Shearing Season is approaching we shall be glad to quote prices for SHEARING SUPPLIES. SSsrffiSSffSJS* ' LOUGH-S PraXJOOMSs.' Tattoo Oil INSPECTION INVITED. StOCkholm Tar '-THIS PKESS is rapidly taking the ' PREMIER ' PLACE ; therefore we i-uu it. TJnrlrllo T£.Pfl (\V TUllf* It occupies very little floor space. AYtiUUli,, rMJU^Ul DlUt It hius only one lever. SeaillillOf Twine ' ** is eas')}* picked for removal, if necessary. ^ ® It is convenient for sewing and removing the bale. ollgarS It can be worked by two boys. 1 TOaflsvii mflQC It will turn out equal quantity with the highest priced Press. JLvelliUU A td» It is well and strongly built of best material. TTnilCillAlirklrl HTViac ft 's fitted with chains of best tested quality. : xXOIlhUeUUlU iCd-SS. It is only S22 1O.S. on rail, Sydney ^ We intend Gutting the Prices as usual, so don't neglect to send for Quotations. ^ We d...

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

LO0AL NEWS. ? w Buggy Accident.— On Friday afternoon lust as Mr. J. Hindmarsh was proceeding home, accom panied by Mrs. Hindmarsh and tlieir daughter, he met with an accident iu a very simple manner. While passing down the Sane between Nithsilale and Mr. 1\ Wilton's selection at Thomson's Swamp a little dog ran out from under the fence on to the road, Mr. Hindinarsh was driving a pair of ponies, Mid the near side one, not appreciating the company of his new acquaintance, became terribly indignant, and, after chafing and boring at the other pony, at length succeeded in setting him off too. They uum trviwii ana; ul u w;i niHU p?UJU uua were WilOUy unmanageable, there being no break on the buggy. They were not long before they came into collision ?with the fence on the side of the road, when Sir. and Mrs. Hindmarsh and the child, who is only four years of age, were all thrown out. Foituuately, however, noue of them were hurt iu the slightest degree beyond a little scratch received by M...

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ANSWER TO CORRESPONDENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 31 October 1888

ANSWER TO CORRESPONDENT. H. J. McCooey, Goulburn.— You letter denying the authorship of a letter which appeared in this jour- nal on the 17th instant signed "Yclept" is altogether unnecessary, as no one would be likely to mistake you for the author and even if they did so it is not our place to undeceive them, the adoption of an anonymous signature being permitted in order to withold the name of the author. The Braidwood Dispatch, Strenud et Prosperi. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 3J, 188?.

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The Queen's Annual Income. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 3 November 1888

Tiic ttuccirt; Annual income. The London correspDndc»t of the Liverpool Daily Post, referring to tlic rumour that an increased allowance will be sisked for on be half of the Prince of Wales and his family during the siutumn session, points out that tlie Queen lias an annuity drawn from the consolidated fund of £385.000. which is specially allotted to meet those expenses con nected with her high position, the partial weight of which lias been transferred to the Heir Apparent. But (continues the corres pondent) that is only a portion of the enor mous income which good fortune and frugal iiabits have placed at the disposal of the head of the Royal family. The new Domesday Book discloses the fact that the Queen's private estate extends over 37,373 acres, the annual rental, even at the lately dei^reeiated prices, being £20,733. .Some years ago her majesty, acting unaer wie aovice or Jjorq Sydney, purchased Clarcniont for the sum of £78,000, estimated at the time as being a little over ha...

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SIGNED AND SEALED. CHAPTER X. CHECKMATED. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 3 November 1888

SIGNED AND SEALED. CHAPTER X. CHECKMATED. Before liim, calm and legal, »it Robert Llandells. A candle burned between them ; ?while on the outside landing lounged the detective Kendal. ' Well, Mr. Brice, you now kuow my terms,' said the lawyer. ' You cannot call them hard.' ' It's something like compounding felony, 1KU t Lfc % ' That is my affair !' with a slight shrug. ' You would be the only witness against me?' 'Well, Mr. Robert UandeUs,' with a fierce scowl, ' a man would do much, and suffer much for revenge. 41 But the suffering in your case would be penal servitude for life,' remarked the law yer, quietly. ' In jny experience I have heard many a mail vow vengeance against his judge or the plaintiff, and vow what he ?would do when he came out of prison, but I have never heard of one who ever kept his word.' ' But it wouldn't be penal servitude for life,' rejoined Sydney Brice. ' I was the least in it.' 'Still, I fancy we could twist it into a life conviction. But if iiot, in. se...

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F. L. Burker's Weekly Report. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 3 November 1888

F.Lt Barker's Weekly Rcnort* Wi/oi,. — I hold my usual sale to-day offering a medium-sized catalogue, including bouio nice lots of greasy, to a Urge attendance of buyers. Tho news lately through made purchasers more anxious, con sequently several lots of good description reached valuations which hist week had to be passed, bo the extra cujjuiry was principally for good to superior descriptions of greasy, whereas medium to faulty were no bolter than at late rates. No superior lots price whs also obtained for a line of crossbred from the Macquaric, snme being top quotation obtained during tlie season so far. Amongst tlie sale may he quoted : — Li grease : J. Cook, 37 bis at 8|d ; JX over Raywood, !3 bis at 8J; Collyburl, 38 bis me rino at Tin, 46 bh crossbred at Hjd. 8 bis Lincoln 7|d, 9 bis broken fleece 4-, 1 1 bid ditto crossbred 5}(! ; AM over BlooiH&eld, 8 bis at 8$d, No top lines of scoured were shown. SiiHEi'SKlNH keep firm. I offered a large lot of great and Aty with t...

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For Dyspepsia. USE HORSFORD'S ACID PHOSPHATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 3 November 1888

For Dvsi-ei-sla. Use Hobsfobd'b Acid Phosphate. »b. H.; B. Mvbbs, L.F.H.S., and L.M., 30 Eueton-square, London, Bug., says: 'I am now tftking'this very pleasant preparation of ter meals, with marked beusSt, It is very useful in dy*pep»ift and nerve exhaustion.'

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QUIET WAYS ARE BEST. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 3 November 1888

QUIET WAYS ARE BEST. What's the use of worrying, Of hurrying, And scurrying, Everybody flurrying And breaking up their rest ? When everything is teaching «g, To settle down and end the fuss, l?or quiet ways arc best The rain that trickles down in showers A blcfutincr briticm £n t.liinafv fTAu'nra. And gentle 7.opfiyrs gather up Sweet fragrance from each brimming cup. There's rum in the tempest's path ; There's ruin iu a voice of wrath ; And they alone arc blest Who early learn to dominate Themselves, tboir violeuce abate, And jirovo by their sereue estate That quiet ways are best. Nothing's gained by worrying, By hurrying, And scurrying ; With fretting and with flurrying The temper's often lost. And iu pursuit of some small prize We ruBb ahead and are not wise, And find tlic unwonted exercise A fearful price hns cost. :Tis better for to join the throng That do their duty right along ; Reluctant they to raise a fuss Or make themselves ridiculous. Calm and serene in heart and nerve, T...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 3 November 1888

Its toita! BispaM AND MINING JOURNAL IS published every Wednesday and SATCBDAr, at the Office, Wallace-street, Braid wood. The tmus of subscription to the Vkaidwood Dispatch are 20s. per annum, or us. per quarter, paid in advnuee, am] Gs. if booked. The quarters respectively terminate on the 31st March, 30th June, 30th Septeinuci-, and 31st December in each year, at which periods only discontinuance on pay ment of arrears will be received, lutending 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 Jines of space ... ? Is. Od — four lines of space ? 2s. Od — eight lines, or ouciucli ? 3s. Od — every additional eight lines ? Is. 6d All orders for withdrawal of advertisements must l-e giveu on or before Monday and Thursday at (i p.m. Since the late fire the Proprietor has re-stocked ENTIRELY HEW PLANT & JVIACHIKE...

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