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

I'arHamcKtary. The business of the Legislative Assembly on Tuesday night commenced as iiBual with a long string of questions, of which notice had been given, and which tccre duly answered. After this came some questions without notice, which Ministers de clined to answer. Some petitions relating to private bills were received, and formal business transacted. Mr. Tonkin then arose as a matter of privilege to conuiliLin of the treatment mntf-r] nnt. ^-si. P)ii,,n,»nn named Ah Tim at -7oon'ooga, but seemed rather taken aback when the Speaker informed him that the ill-trentmeut of a Cliiuiunan was not a matter of Parliamentary privilege. He might ask ii question without notice on the subject, but he could not cuter into details Sir Hemy Parkes said he could not see how the Government had auy power to in terfere, as the poll-tax imposed upon the Chinaman iu question was in accordance to an Act which Parliament had passed, unless perhaps they remitted the tax. The matter then dropped, Mr....

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 3 November 1888

WANTED, a BOY to milk mid make himself useful about a farm. Apply at the Office of this paper. For Sale, £/* PIGS, large and BUiall. OU JAMES LYONS, Rcidsdalc. A.M. P. TNSURE YOUR LIFE in the AUSTRALIAN 1 MUTUAL PROVIDENT SOCIETY. A. FRASER, Wallace-street, Funeral. THE friends of Mrs. E. HILLY, are respectfully iuvited to attend her FUNERAL, to move from Uer late residence, Blue Bell, Clyde Road, at 1 o'uloek TO-DAY, (Saturday.) O'HEIR & MUNDY, Uudertakcrs. Strawberries. Strawberries. VERY CHOICE FRUIT TO-DAY at ABBOTT'S /^\RDERS promptly attended for any quantity TO-NIGHT. TO-NIGHT. TO-NIGHT. Strawberries and Crcain at Abbott's, Wallace-street. A DANCE. WILL TAKE PLACE IK THE HALL OF THE LITERARY INSTITUTE — ox — FRIDAY NIGHT NEXT, NOV. 9rn. JAS. HIGGINS. First-class Music provided. Grand Concert & Dance TO BE IUa,D IS The Young Men's Hall, AlULIEX. ON THE 9th NOVEMBER, Doors open half-past seven. Good Music provided. J. J. CARROLL, Hon. Sec. Crown Land Sale * T TH...

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Ghastly Attempt to Murder. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 3 November 1888

Ghastly Attempt t-- Slurder. A savage crime was committed in the rural district of Washerw.ill, about three miles from Hanley, on Saturday- morning, September 15. For some time past an in timacy has existed 'between a widow named Mary Jane Bonucll, a cowkeeper, and a collier named Thomas Clews, about 21 years of age. Latterly tlie victim of the outrage has shown a preference for the brother of her late husband, and this appears to have aroused tlie jealousy of the man Clews. On Hie previous ounuuy, alter iurs. jjonncij ana her three children had retired to rest, he broke into the house through one of tlie windows, and making his way to tlie bedroom, he presented a loaded revolver at her, telling her tliat he would shoot her dead unless she consented to many him. The woman begged for life, and the children also pleaded for their mother, and eventually he gave her half an hour in which to make up her mind. He then re turned the revolver to his pocket, lay down on the bed, and went sou...

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

Extrourdiitary Suicide. Melbourne, Tuesday. — An cxtraordinaiy case occurred at Kcw early this morning, when a youth named John Hotsman, employed at the ]{akcry ctiUhlishineut of Hugh Fraser, in the Uullccn-roail set lire to the stable loft at the rear of bis promises aad committed suicide by shooting himself iu the midst of the flames. Ou Saturday Mr. Fraeergavc him notice of dismissal, ou Monday morning he left uic premises, taiung witu Uuu all Ins property. Two other employees slept in a room off the loft nest to the one liotsmau occupied. They hail often noticed that he was strange in his demeanour, ami were somewhat alarmed at the fact that he always carried a revolver. They fastened the door lending to their rooms. About 1 in the mom ing they heard both doors tried, as they supposed by Uoteman, but they were too alarmed to make any inquiries. About half-past 4 the door from the loft was again tried. Shortly afterwards they heard several (shots, and saw through the donr lliimes...

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CABLE MESSAGES. LONDON, OCT. 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 3 November 1888

CABLE MESSAGES. — — t ? (From the Sydney Papers,) Lokbok. Oct. 23. Lord Brosscy, in the course of an address to the Imperial Federation League at Edinburgh, said J that Australia would bo an effective support to ' England in the defence of India. He Tras of opinion j rhat the colouies were entitled to a large share in the direction ot the external affairs of the empire than they had at present. Tho Daily News states that Germany has sug gested that the l'orte should recognise Frhico Ferdinand's claim to the Bulgarian throne, Italy and Austria concurring, M. Nelidoff, the Russian Amb.xssftdor at CDiistrtutmonle, has informed the Grand Vizier that if Priuce Ferdinand's claim be recognised as suggested it will form a oabdb imu.t. W&ckil!) who was charged with having tnur* dcred a matt named King on the Midland Railway, bos been acquitted. King was a passcngor from Sydney to London by the RES, Ormuz, iu which Mackill was a stowaway. Oct. 27. Mr. William Pritehavd Morgan, who dis...

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"The Most Wonderful old Lady" in London. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 3 November 1888

'Tlie Most Wonderful oW Lady' in London. ' I must tell you,' writes Mr. L. C. lloul ton to the Boston Sunday Herald, ' of meet ing Mrs. Keeley at luncheon. I had read Mr. Ashby-Sterry's graceful letter about her in 'Tlie Book Buyer,' and I chanced to say to a friend that I would give a good deal to see a woman of 84 who would answer Mr, Sterry'e description. He remarks that on Camus' on Mrs. Keelev latelv he hcaiy? her say she was a little tired, and ou inquiry found that the previous day she had been to the private view at the Royal Academy, aud after that to a crowded * at home,' and had never sat down from 1 o'clock till past S at night. I tlnnk you will agree with me that a lady of 84, who could stand for over seven hours at a stretch looking at pictures and talking to people, is a legitimate object of interest. I thought the sight of her might do something to reconcile one to tlie flight of time ; and this I chanced to say to a charm ing woman who, to my surprise, proved to bo ...

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The Salvation Army at Wollongong. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 3 November 1888

The Salvation Army at Wollougong. Sir. \X. Clarke, the Minister for Justice, had a consultation ou Thursday morning with Mr. C. B. ?Simpson, Q.C., the Attorney-General, with regard to the case of the seven members of the Salvation Army at present detained in Wollougong gaol in default of pitying certain fines inflicted upon them for marching in procession through the streets of the town coutrary to a municipal by-lav. Mr. SimpBon, us Attorney -General, had approved of the by-law iu miestiou. and therefore did not now offer auy opinion as to its validity. The Attoruey (ieneral thinks that the. Supreme Courtis the proper tribunal to settle the question of its legality. Oa Saturday last Mr. Clarke received a communication from the Chief of the Salvation Army in this colony, giving an undertaking that if the seven men were released from gaol no further processions would be held iu Wnllangnng till tbe appeal to the Supreme Court had been decided Upon that assurance Mr. Clarke was prepare...

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LONDON. THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 3 November 1888

LONDON. Thursday. Lecturing at Aberdeen on Australia the Earl of Carnarvon commented on the absence of pauperism and the admirable system of hmd transfer iu the colonies. He says that Australian compulsory education is far in advance of that existing in Eng land. A British protectorate has been deolared over North Borneo, including Baitieh North Borneo, tha oampany's territory, and the native states of Brunei and Sarawak. Vftpuiin v onea, giviug cviaeuce ociore tnu biwuum .commission, said he believed the letter published by the Tjmks bearing Mr. ParneU's signature was authentic. Mr. Goscheu ., demands that Mr. Gladstone shall declare whether he is prepared to concede to Ire land political fiscal powerssuch as are enjoyed by the BritUh colonies. Dr. Dale, whe has lately visited the colonies, lias contributed anarticletp the Costf,msohary Review giving his Impressions of the Australians. He says tlie Victov'uiiis are J'fisolufce and A&r'wg, the South Australians thoughtful an...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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A Bloodthirsty Duel. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 3 November 1888

A Bloodthirsty Duel. The Madrid correspondent of tlie Daily Chronicle says : — A duel of the most fero ciously bloodthirsty character has just taken place in Gergal, a small town in the province of Huelva. Two young men who were en gaged to two sisters quarrelled over some trifling matter, and agreed to settle their dispute by a duel, iu which both should be wouuaea ana one at least should be killed. The conditions agreed upon were that the right foot of the one should be tied to the left foot of the other, and then, each being armed with a dagger, they were to stab one another by turns until one should die. These barbarous conditions were carried out to the letter, and with the most coldblooded ferocity, and in the presence of seconds. Each of the combatants received seven «rounds before one of them expired, while still tied to his antagonist. The other was also removed in a dying state.

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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Fearful Death in a Mine. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 3 November 1888

Fearful Bcsith in a Mine. The Maryborough correspondent of the Mel bourne Teleqjsapji reports that an accident occur od ou Tuesday last, at tho Napier Freehold mine, CiuishroQk, causing the death of o. miner named William Hughes, a married man, residing at Flag staff, near Maryborough. The deceased was en gaged in panelling the north-eastern workings, and was putting in a turning panel at the end of a Btrip when the accident occurred. The men who worked : in the strip during the previous shift had some 1 suspicion of the treacherous ehariwter of the ground and on Hughes coming to relieve them, one of the men, named Finch, said : — ''You'd better loak out for that strip, Hughes : the ground is pretty heavy.' To which deceased replied1 that he would bo t-n his guard. His own mate, a man tuunod Frederick CnUaby, having obtained employment ttt Creswick, left the mine, and thus probably escaped a similar fate. Hughes, consequently, was alone at the time of tho accident, aud the first int...

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OUR TELEGRAMS. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) SYDNEY, THURSDAY, 10 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 3 November 1888

OUR TELEGRAMS. ? *r ? (I'BOM OCE OWN COnEESroXDEST.) SYDNEY Thursday. 10 r.M. The Treasurer estimates the year's revenue at 150,000 over his July estimate, leaving a credit .?alance of £329,965, aud he estimates a surplus at the end of next year of £387,440. No fresh tax ation or alteration in the tariff is ptoposed. Friday, 11 a.m. At the Homebush stock sales yesterday 1010 cattle were yarded, the bulk being of medium quality. Prices were easier, best beef being worth 19/- per cvrt and medium from )5/- to 1 6/6. The highest average for bullocks was £S 1/4 and others from £6 16/. 19,214 sheep were penned aud the market was dull. Best merinos brought 12/-, others from 4/6 and cross-breds 15/. In the Assembly last night the business was un important. The house was counted out about 7 o'clock, while discussing Mr. Neild's motion for the appointment of a select Committee to report upon the leasing of the tramways. Between 1400 and 1500 people left Sydney for Melliourne by rail yesterday...

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An Extensive Trade in Stolen Cattle. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 3 November 1888

An Extensive Trade In Stolen Cattle. According to the last report of the British Consul in Bangkok, the export of cattle con tinues to increase. Last year it amounted to 15,263 head, valued at '£32,039. It was a very profitable business for the exporters, because almost all the animals were stolen from the unfortunate Siamese agriculturists. The Siamese Government have now taken measures to cbeck the cattle-stealing, which was threatening to ruin tbc districts most ex posed to the operations of the thieves. The latter are almost exclusively Siamese, while the receivers in Bangkok are nearly all British subjects, chiefly low-class Hindoos. The Siamese provincial authorities, with a few exceptions, have hitherto found it more profitable to assist the agents of the re ceivers to obtain and carry oft' the required supplies of stolen animals llian to protect the people. The King, however, has now turned his attention to the complaints of the peasants and stringent orders have been given ...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 3 November 1888

GENERAL NEWS. Philadelphia beats the record The Times of Uml city icjmits tlie performance. A young 3-u!y went out, met a gentleman friend, accompanied him to a MA'riMiE, jokingly accepted a seriously meant pro posal at the end of the first act, seriously comnrc Jiandcd the position at tho end of the third act, proceeded with him to the church, and the twain vrero married. Time, 3 homs, 50 minutes. A correspondent writing from Melbourne to a New Zealand paper says :— ' The servant gir! difli culty has recently come to a deplorable state. Female servants am not, tn Un l,n,l mm,, *,i *-»... r hif.'h rates of wages. For this, to a large extent, tlie Jeritliian cofl'ce palaces are responsible, the Federal Codec Palace, as I am informed, absorbing 300 girls, the Grand Hotel 200, and others in like proportion. The Exhibition has taken a large number of young women to look after the stalls and mind the refreshment bars. One establishment here, of course a colossal hostelry, lost in one day...

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Weekly Calendar. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 3 November 1888

? Weekly Calendar. ? Davsnftt)n\V,»-V Baysof Sun J Sun Moon's itnynol the Week ujnth RIbm gota ^ Wednesday ? Oct. 31 5 2 C 20 26 TaoiusDAY ? Nov. S n 839 27 Fkidav ? „ 2 5 0 027 28 SATOiilMV ? ,,350 S2S K Sunday ? „ 4 4 59 8 29 J Mokbay ? „ 5 4 58 d 30 I S Toesdav ? „ C 4 57 6 31 j 3 moon's phase. Ncw_Moon November 4, at 10.7 a.ni. The Braidv/QQd Dispatch. Strenue et Prosper^. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 188P.

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

FUBNEB BROTHERS AND JONES THE PREMIER STORES, AUBURN STREET, GOULBURN. SHEARING SEASON 1888. jSow 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 Bine Seaming Twine Sugars Ration Teas Honshehold Teas. 'LOUGH'S PATENTJflOLPRESS.' INSPECTION INVITED. THIS PRESS is rapidly biking the ' PREMIER ' PLACE ; therefore we ran it. ? It occupies very little floor space. It has 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 $22 10s. on rail, Sydney. &^ We intend Cutting the Prices as usual, so don't neglect to send for Quotations. ^ TIMBER &z 35T7ZX.33XIXrG- 3&ff ATZEJE...

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 3 November 1888

LOCAL NEWS. — . ? v ? Laki- Sisi-kction.— At tlic local lauds office on Thursday laei tlie iblloiring applications for condi tional purchases and leases were handed iu to Mr. C. B. Oslear, the Crown Lands Agent, viss. : — CP's., Mark Piorcy, of Neiriga, 100 acres, in the parish of Mcangora, county of tit. Vincent ; Alex ander Kyrie, 40 acres, iu tbe parish of Ltubeit, county of Murray-; Henry Hciuies, 50 acres, parish of OUalulla, county of Murray ; Doiwld Mclntosh, 80 acres, parish of Lariiert, county of Murray ; Syd- j of St. Vincent. C, Leases :I)o-]aidJ)cIntosh,70aci'es I parish of Larbert county of Murray ; Mark Pierey, ! 200 acres, parish of Meangora, comity of St Via- j cent. I Braidwood 1'omce Court.— At lliis eourl oh ; Tuesday, before Jas. Akluuni, Esq. P.M., Michael i T.obin and John Dillon were brought up charged ' with using obscene language, and liavinjr admitted j the soft impeachment were each fined '2/0 ami costs : of Court, which sums were promptly paid. On ! Weude...

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Fraudulent Appropriation of a Portmanteau. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 3 November 1888

Frattftiilcnt Ai-)ironria(iou of a Port* manicmt. Timothy O'Sullivan aBP^Bd at the Goulburn Police Court to answer the ux!fBim\cd charge of np. proprwting to bis own use a poitmanteau contu-ining wearing apparel and valuable documents, wb pro perty of Henry James McCoooy. Mr. Gauuou appeared for the prosecution, and Mr. O'Uriea. for jtlie defence. Henry .1 ami's SlcCooey, tho proaecutoi*, deposed : I am a journalist and a member of the Linnean Society of New South Wales ; I airivci) at Tanago from Sydney nbout half-past four o'clock on the evening of the Oth Juue, and put up at Iforton's JJotel ; I hart a. portmanteau and apivvcel with me ; I took the portmanteau iuto a bedi'oom with me, and I remained at the hotel that night ; the next morning I took the portmanteau down towards Pooley's aubles ; I saw the defendant cleaning out Hutchins' stables and had a conversation with him ; I asked him if Pooley's coach had gone, and he said — 'Yes, long ago j' 1 said to him — 'Do you know wh...

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Lord Rolstone's Mistake. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 7 November 1888

Lord Rolstone's Mistake. Tt was a stormy night on the south-west coast of England as two gentlemen sat conversing after dinner in the dining room of a mansion. They were both young, and were luxuriously vnjoyuig wieir conee ana cigars preparatory to joining the ladies. They were, however, in no way related. One was Lord Rolstone, as yet under age, living under the tutelage of his mother in the mansion which would soon be his. The other was Captain Brabazon, a suitor for the hand of Lady Kathcrine Rolstone, and a very eligible and proper person, being heir to a fortune and a title. These two gentlemen were discussing a pet scheme of theirs, that of going round the world — not in eighty days, but in some such time and fashion as that they might really see and profit by the places visited. Presently tliere came a stormy whirl of unusual strength, while rain fell, and the thunder and lightning increased in violence. 'This is a foretaste,' said Captain Braba zon, ' of what we may expect....

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BEHIND THE SCENES. To 'M.P.,' AGE THIRTEEN; AFTER TAKING HER 'BEHIND THE SCENES' AT THE STANDARD THEATER. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 7 November 1888

BEHIND THE SCENES. To 'M.T.,1 AOEWtntTKE* ; AFTEtt taking mm 'BE HIND *HK BCENKS' AT MHS STAKD ABD THEATRE. Little Maudio ! little maidic, Tell me what you think it means ; Tell me what you thought, young laily, Of your liecii behind the scenes. Was it worth the fuss mill lint, Just for pleasing me and you 1 Shouldn't we he better quiet, For that wasted hour or two ? Howling hooks mid storing knowledge, Bothering our little brains— Growing wise at school and college— That alone is worth the pains. Can there over, could there ever Anything so silly he, As to fancy you arc clever 3'o invent a fancy sea? Pasteboard rocks and mackintoshes Spread to keep the people dry, When the nonsense-water washes Up into the nonsense-sky. — And a great big stupid curtain Falls between two sets of fools, Such a waste ot time, for certain. Ought to be against the rales — Yet your eyes grew bright and brighter, And your blood came fast and warm, And you set your small teeth tighter As you watched the po...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 7 November 1888

The Braidwood Dispatch AND MINING JOURNAL IS published every Wednesday and Sati'KUAv, at the Office, Wallace-street., Bruidivood. 'J'lie terms of subscription to the Ruaiuwood Dispatch are 20s. per annum, or 5s. per quarter, paid iii advance, and Gs. if hooked. The quarters respectively terminate on the 31st March, 30th June, 30th September, and 31st December in each year, at which periods only discontinuance on pay ment of arrears will be received. Intending s»l-seri!-ers are, however, informed that their sub scription will only he charged from the period of commencement to the end of the quarter. TERMS FOR ADVERTISING. The charges for advertising are as follows : — For two lines of space ... ... ... Is. (JJ — four lines of space ? ... 2s. Od ? — eight lines, or one inch ... ... 3s. Od — every additional eight lines... ... Is. fid All ordeis for withdrawal of advertisements must he given on or before Monday and Thursday at tip.m. Since the late fire the Proprietor has re-stocked wi...

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