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An Interesting Waif. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 7 November 1888

An Interesting Waif. Last week on interesting little hoy came under the observation of the Premier, and the circum stances arc so unusual as to be worth narrating. The foster father of the boy, not being able to take care of him, secured uu application form for his admission to tho Randwick asylum, and, having tilled it in, presented it, but the authorities at the asylum refused to receive the boy. The man next visited the office of the Premier, ami brought the lad under the notice of Sir Henry l'arkes, win was not only favourably impresssd liy the appeavai:ce of the little waif, but by the gentleness of his dis position and his exceptional intelligence, consider ing that he was only four years old. Sir Ileury described him as the finest little fellow he had ever seen. When the boy's Bt«ry was told it intensified the interest ttikcu ill him. Aliout two years ngo an advertisement appeared iu one of the news papers offering a child for adoption. The man alluded to, whose wife was then...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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OUR TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, TUESDAY, 12 (NOON). [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 7 November 1888

OUR TELEGRAMS. (PEOM OVR OVTS CORBESPOXDKNT.) SYDNEY Tuesday, 12 (noon). At the Hotnebush stock sales yesterday 700 cattle were yarded and the market advanced ten shillings, the highest average for bullocks being £7 9/10 and others from £4 2/10. 10,500 sheep were penned, principally inferior. The market was slightly firmer, best merinos bringing 9/1 1 and others from ? Yesterday's wool sales were again very sjnrited. ? CJreasy averaged 6£d to BJd per lb., aud scoured i. lid to 13d. E The Premier addressed a large meeting at Manly ? last night aud was accorded au enthusiastic reccp ? tiou. He spoke at considerable length on the ques 1 tiou of federation and other political subjects, re ? diving a unanimous vote of confidence £ Intense heat prevailed in many parts of the colony I yesterday, the thermometer registering highest in ? the western districts. B The trial of Louisa Collins for the Botany mnr ? dcrs commenced yesterday and was adjearned till ? to-day. g It is generally believ...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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Murderous Attack on a Labor Vessel in the South Seas. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 7 November 1888

Murderous Attack --n u Labor Vessel in the Soiitli Seas. ''*-- News has reached Sydney, by the arrival of H.M.S. Calliope from the New Hebrides, of a murderous attack b^f natives ofAmbryin, geupr ally supposed lo be^friendly to ; Hurnpuaus, on the -Srcw'oi a boat of the inboarsuluKnicr Helena, She was owned iu Queensland, and was under the com mand of Captain Reynolds. The recruiting had been completed at . Amhryiu, and the schooner's bout was ou its return to the vessel, wlien the natives opened fire on it anil wounded the chief officer, Mr. ITcath, and a sailor ntuncd Olseu. They managed, however, to reach the vessel, which was at anchor about two miles away. Mr. Heath died eoou afterwards on board H.M.S. Calliope, and Olscn is not expected to rccovBf. The object of the Natives was said to be plunder. A reprisal will take place, and It is believed that H.M.8. Opal will lie deputed to visit Ambrym aud make it as uncomfortable for the treacherous natives as possible. The island of A...

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CABLE MESSAGES. LONDON, NOVEMBER 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 7 November 1888

CABLE MESSAGES, ^* ? (From the Sydney Papers.) London*. Xovejibkr I. Unlooked for developments have taken place iu connection with the hearing of evidence before the Times v. Paruell Commission. Captain O'Shea was unexpectedly put iu the witness box on Wednesday, aud detailed the whole intrigue leading up to wJiat is now called the ICihnamliam treaty, under which Sir. Parnell was released from Kilinauihani gaol by Mr. Gladstone's Ministry. The documents relating thereto, he said, had been destroyed iu compliance with a request made by Mr. Gladstone through Sir Will'niVI Vl'.liinil TTaivVlili'f- TTn linjl Wfi-rt«li^annn in Mr. ParueU's honour in 18SG. He identified the signatures to the facsimile letters published by the Times as being Mr. Paruell's. Mr. O'Shea's evi dence was very damaging to Mr, Paruell. Sir Charles Russell severely cross-examined Mr. O'Shea, who denied having furnished the letters to the TiM3«. It was proved that Mr. Parnell communi cated with Sheridau, who was im...

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

Tlie Newcastle Strike. The non-unionists who have been employed filling small coal at Wallsend, were knocked oil' on Saturday, nnd went iu the evening to Sydney by the steamer, guarded by police. They leached town early in tlie evening and wore marched on to the steamer. A few turned iu and till 10 o'clock the scene was quiet. Two of the labourers got ashore, aud were under the influence of drink. They weie noticed by some wharf-labourers and craiicmen, aud Hie two soon readied mother earth. J liey beat a retreat to the steamer, and got abroad. A large crowd had collected on the wharf. I» the fore cabin the non-unionists were quai'ielling. Several hail been drinking. They had a regular free fight Jiniongit themselves, mid one was evidently in tho horrors. It to-ik six men to hold him, nn.l the whole scene was a rcmlar pandemonium. On deck a tjuarrcl ensued between some unionists and a couple of these labourers, hot words passing, but no blows were struck. As the steamer was about to...

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

WANTED, a BOY to make himself generalh useful. J Apply J. T. MUBPHY, Albion Hotel. WANTED, a BOY to milk and make himsel1 tuseful about a farm. Apply tit the Ofiic- of this paper. Braidwood Temperance Society. mHE usual MONTHTY AlEETING of the above JL .Society will be held THIS EVENING (Wednesday), 7th Nov., when the Service of Song, ' Christie's Old Organ,' will be delivered. Admission free. Collection at close of meeting. A. JOHNSTON, Hon. Sec To Miners. PROSPECTING VOTE. THE BOARD appointed for expending the above vote contemplate VISITING BRAIDWOOD and NEIGHBOURHOOD, and, as it is desirable that persons wishing to apply for aid from the vote should be prepared to submit their applications iu due form, the undersigned requests a MEETING OF ALL INTERESTED in the matter at tiie COURT HOUSE, ou SATURDAY, the 10th inst., at 3 o'clock p.m. JAS. ALDCORN, Warden. Braidwood, 6th Nov., 1888. Grand Concert & Dance TO BE HELD I.V The Young Men's Hall, AKALVEK, ON FRIDAY NEXT, 9m NO...

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

Parliamentary. When the Legislative Assembly met on Thurs day, it was at once Keen that all the members had not gone away to the Mcllmnrnc races, for there were at least 00 iu their places when tiie Speaker took the chair at half-past 4. The 14 questions on the business paper were duly dealt with, after which came a string of (juiwtious without notice. J here arc 23 notices -n motion in general business on the paper seven of which were taken as formal and one was withdrawn. Several private bills were lii-ought in and dealt with, and several notices o{ inoiiiiii were given. Sir Henry Parkes announced that he would bring iu a bill to provide for the re muneration of the members of the Parliamentary Standing Committee oif Public Works. The only item the government had on the paper w.os the ' Supply — Resumption, of the Com mittee.' The Treasurer, however, declined to go into .Supply, and, in fact, nothir.g can h-i done in that committee until the debate in Ways and -Jeaiis on the Finan...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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LONDON. MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 7 November 1888

LONDON. MrivriAV. Popular feeling in the United States regarding the Presidential election strongly favours Mr. Cleveland's re-election. Vaglnuio Brothers have recovered a verdict of £71,000 against the Bank of England in connection with tbc Ulyka frauds case. The recent accident on the Asoff Railway was caused by the excessive speed specially ordered by the Czar. Mr. Gladstone met with a splendid reception in Birmingham. The Times discredits the latest news regarding Stanley.

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 7 November 1888

GENERAL NEWS. The supplementary report of the commissioner of railways for the year ended June last, shows that the total expenditure on the lines open for traffic been £'27-Gti3t431, aud on the lines iu course of con struction £l,81o,4S3; 2102 miles are open for traffic, and .r)4 arc in course ofconrtruction. The net earn ings sliow an increase of £12,281 over the previous year, but. the return on the capital expended is slightly reduced, bL'ing2'960 percent. ; theaveragc for the lost ten years beiuc 3 '970 per cunt. Tram ways in the city and suburbs, measuring 291 miles, have been constructed, at a cost nf £474,555, and they returned 2 '27 per cent, on the outlay. It is reported that an extensive property at North Shore has been Kecm-eil by Melbourne capitalists for the purpose of subdivision. The puvchaso money is 6ta.tud to be half a million. The negotiations were conducted by Mr, John Macmeckan, of Mel bourne. The trades and labour council of Sydney have decided to support the ...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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Weekly Calendar. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 7 November 1888

Weekly Calendar. BavsoftlmWeekl l*^** I Sun i Sun Kfoon's UaysoUha^eek Mouth Riseg ScU ^ Wednesday ? Nov. 7 4 30 0 32 4 Tuoimday ? „ 8 4 65 0 33 .'- Finuay ? 9 4 54 0 3* 0 SathedaV ? „ 30 4 5i « 35 7 Sunday ? „ !1 4 53 fi 38 8 Monday ? „ 32 4 52 0 37 0 Tuesday ? , 13 4 51 0 88 10 MOON'a PHASE. New Moon November 4, at 10.7 a.m. The Braidwood Dispatch. Strenui el Prosper/?. WEDNJ5iSDA^3roviMBKR 7, 188f!

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

FUE2TEE BEOTEEES AND JONES. THE PREMIER STORES, AUBURN STREET, GOULBURN. SHEARING SEASON 1888. Now that the Shearing Seasou is approaching we shall be glad to quote prices for SHEARING SUPPLIES. wooip^ks (Calcutta, i4ibS. ' LOUGH'S PATENT WOOLPRESS.' Burgon and Balls Shears ? Tattoo Oil INSPECTION INVITED. StOCkllOlm Tai' THIS PRKSS is rapidly taking the 'PREMIER' PLACE; therefore we ran it. I?rt/l/Il/» T?|i/1 -»1» Tilll#i It occupies very little floor space. littuuie, xvcu 01 ruutj Tt |)!ls onjy one Icve). Seaillillli* Twilie ^ is eils''y lMI«ked for reinovnl, if necessary. ~ *9 It is convenient for sewing and removing tlie bale. oll.ff ai*S ^ can 'Je worked by two boys. 1? n^isiii TViou It will turn out equal quantity with tlic lugliesfc priced Press. JLVdHOlL JL CdS It is well and strongly built of best material. TTi^ii ol» aIi j'fcl H TV»atJ It is fitted witii cliains of best tested quality. JlOIlSsJieJlUlU ACtl». » is oii»y Sag !«». on raO, Sydney. ^^ We intend Cutting the Pric...

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Terrible Hurricane in Queensland. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 7 November 1888

Terrible Hurricane in Queensland. Further, particulars from Clermont report that the hurricane which swept over that place on Wednesday evening was the most violent evor ex perienced there. The heat had been exceptionally severe for some days previous. At 4 o'clock iu the afternoon heavy clouds gatheivd iu tlie north-east, and swept round towards the south-east. The u uuie suuuicrii sity was unit cieiibe jjificu. ciouu, with the exception of a spot in the south-west, where there was a peculiar oval-shapod orajigc coloured cloud iu the centre of the black clouds. Immediately afterwards the storm burst, an indes cribable hurricane of wind ami dust coming from the south-west, and enveloping the town. Nothing could be seen al) round about but one yellow coloured cloud, and the force of the wind was bo great that no one could stand in the streets. Tile roofs of lmildmg immediately commenced to go. Sheets of galvanised iron, shingles, and other PEisitIS Hew about in all directions, and th...

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 7 November 1888

LOGAL NEWS. ? & ? Ikcorpouatiok. — Another attempt is about to be made to incorporate liie town of Draidwood. We hope this will not be Hkc tho lost effort, re sulting iu a more flash in the pan. A meeting was called, and a resolution carried in favour of the movement, a committee formed for cam-ine it out. and all the preliminary arrangements cut out to a. nicety, but not another word was heard about the matter. It was a repetition of Uic old story of the King of France inarching his twenty thousand men up the it £11 to march them down again. This time the more sensible course is to be taken of taking round the petition for incorporation at once, mill getting the signatures before any meeting is hold at all. We have no doubt bnt that the object can now ho attained without any difficulty, a good many being in favour of incorporation of late who at one time were the strongest opponents to it. It must he admitted by every unc that the state of our streets is a disgrace to us. l...

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Lord Roistone's Mistake. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 10 November 1888

Lord RoJstone's Mistake. ^ ? At San Francisco diaries Lord Rolstone unfortunately fell ill, and they were de tained for some time. Tills rather upset their plans, and necessarily lengthened their journey. Still with commendable persever ance they continued on their travels until they reached India. It was part of their roughly. Here, there, and everywhere they went, until at last they reached Delhi. They had not been many hours in the place, at the residence of the British commissioner, -when a gentleman -was announced. He was evi dently in a state of great excitement. 'My dear Sir John,' he said, shaking hands with the commissioner j ' but if I am not mistaken one of your guests is he to whom I owe the life of my only child. 'Which is Lord Rolstone?' 'Colonel Rutherford,' replied the other, 'this is the gentleman.' ' Do not give me more credit than is my due,' said the young lord, with a pleasant smile. 'My friend here and myself were both in the boat which brought Miss Ruther ford...

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WAITING. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 10 November 1888

WAITING. Through the long level meadows bright with gold, Ana past the pool below the cliff's red side, Where stays awhile the softly-flowing tide, I hear the cuckoo's plaintiff story told — Now far, now soft, now near, as, growing bold, Closer he comes. Then from the moorland wide UpBpringsthe inrk,strong inhisbridegroom pride, To tell the world tliat love can ne'er grow cold. Listen ! the south wind comoth from the sea. Listen I dost hear the springing of the com 1 Dost note how king-cups gild the spreading lea, Beneath the sunshine ofthW perfect morn ? Ah ! rest awile, and wait wid watch with me, For here, mid roses, will fair Juno be bom. — Tbb Wobld.

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SYDNEY THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 10 November 1888

SYDNEY Thursday. The V. R. C. Spring meeting was continued at FleraiugtoD to-day with the following result : — Flting Stakes. — Carbine, ) ; Pippo, 2 ; Carriug tou, 3. The Oaks.— Pearlshell, 1 ; Volley, 2; Mantilli, 3. Hcbdle Each. — Blue Mountain, 1 ; Acorn, 2 ; Quilt, 3. Spuing HAXDlCAP.-'-NewjB&ster, 1 ; Plutarch, 2 ; Pakeha, 3. Royal Pabk Stakes,— Mentor, +; Cyclops, +; Carlyon, 3. Veteeak Stakes. — Menotte, 1; Mentor, 2; The Yeoman, 3. Fbidav, 7.55 p.m. The following is the result of the Rosehill Races to-day :'— Prince's Gift : Lady Lovell 1 , Bay 2, Busy Bee 3; Hurdle Race : Yadbro l.Gobolin 2, Tinder box 3; BulWood Handicap : Folly 1, Sterephon 2, Dagobert3; Nursery Handicap: Mitrealuse 1, Pluck 2; Prince of Wales Stakes: Miner 1, Re cruit 2, Pawnie 3 ; Welter Mile : Home Rule 1, Allandale 2, Hazard 3. FutDAY, 7.55 P.M. To-day, was observed as a close holiday, tUe weather being splendid. Every place of amuse ment was largely patronised. A sad boating accident occured...

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OUR TELEGRAMS. MORUYA. FRIDAY, 7.50 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 10 November 1888

OUR TELEGRAMS. (FROM OCR OWN CO&KESFOXDEST. ) MORUYA. Fbidav. 7.50 p.m. Prince of Wales' Birthday was kept up here very well. There were picnics in different parts of the district. The races were well attended and the different events well competed for. The first race was won by Mr., Keating's Pete, the second by Harvisou's Ex aminer, the Hack Race by Mr. Brown's Orator, the Publican's Purse by Sir. W. F. Comaiis' Fidelity and the Final Handicap by Mr. Shauuou's Ingersall. There are a good many strangers in town, aud various amusements are billed for this evening.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 10 November 1888

WANTED, 3 BOYS us apprentices to different branches Coach Building. W. BBIDGEMENT, Braidwood. BOARD and RESIDENCE required by e steady man. State terms. Address, 'BOARDER,' Broidtrood Post Office. WANTED, a GOOJ- COOK and GENERAL SERVANT. Apply, MISS MATER, cjo Mrs. John Wallace, BrMdwood, Reward. STRAYED, from near Durra's Wuter, near Neliigen, two BAY HORSES branded U over N unii T over B 5, Finder rewarded on retuiw'tS game to MURPHY'S HOTEL, Brridwood, For Sale, mWO SOWS and SIX PIGS, two months old ; X thoroughbred Bcrkshircs. One of the bows aud her pigs took 3 prizes at the last Show. Open for sale for one week. Apply, T. MILLKR, Braidwood. Caution. ALL STOCK FOUND TRESPASSING on my land at Stony Creek, Ballalaba, after this date will be IMPOUNDED or the owner SUED for DAMAGES, without respect of persons. ? PATRICK MONAHAN. Tlie British and Foreign Bible Society. A MEETING of the Committee and Collectors of the Braidwood Branch of tho British wA Foreign Bible Society will he ...

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LONDON. THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 10 November 1888

LONDON. THUESDAT. The Liverpool Cup was won by Lady Koseberry, Bismarck being second and Aurioline third. The wool market is quiet, values being slightly firmer, 136,000 bales have been held over. Major General Sir Redvera Buller has been killed by a railway train at Woolwich, his body Mr. Gladstone's Birmingham speech is reported to have been a most remarkable oratorical effort. At its conclusion . the cheering lasted nine minutes. ISO reporters,1 representing British aud American journals, were present.

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SMALL DEBTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 10 November 1888

SMALL DEBTS. There was only one case, James Maher v. James Harrison, £4 7/6. Verdict for plaintiff aud costs.

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