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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 18 August 1888

Notice. 'TV MR. WOODS doeB not come for his BAY X MARE and foftl, within fourteen days from date I will sell them *»**S«K»* Sinking a Shaft. TENDERS required for SINKING A SHAFT to a depth of 00 feet, on the Lady Carrington mine, at Little River. Particulars on application to J. T. MURPHY, with whom tenders must be left by iho 25th instant. For Sale or to Sent for the Season, THE Dark Bay Stallion STAR, by Star of the Hills; is rising II years. The horse is well known in the District. Apply to J. WALLACE, Auctioneer . ^^ ^^ Braidwood. Rifle Company. 4 MEETING will be held in the LITERARY INSTITUTE at 8 o'clock THIS (Saturday) KING to take the names of »U desirous of '- enrolling themsolvss in (he Rifle Club end to take £ thejnecessaiy steps for the formation of same. ^^ NOTIOR ^ — -'''t JOSEPH OAKES, hereby give notice that I I. Jiave taken possession of all Property belong ing' to my brotherTjOHN OAKES, for and -m liw mSount. Any persona found in anyway inter fering with it, or rem...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OUR TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY FRIDAY 11.40 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 18 August 1888

OUR TELEGRAMS. — — ^r* ? (mow ocs. own ooeHespokdent.) ?s SYDNEY Friday 11.40 r.m. At the stock Bales yesterday 650 cattle were yarded and prices advanced about ten shillings. per head the highest average for bullocks was £8 J 8s 1 Od and others from £6 15s 8d. 18 800 eheep were penned and prices wore decreased. Best Merinos averaged !2s9d and others from 4s 8d, few cross, breds bringing lls.3d. The out look of the coal mining dispute is more gloomy. The men are determined ou striking, and the masters are equally determined to stand their ground until coercive measure are withdrawn. The Brcmier declines to advise Lord Camngton to interfere at the present time. Tito nnininn in trainirurtrround that both sides are decided to fight the matter out. Preparations are being made for a long strike. Coal has already advanced considerably in price. Two important matters in connection with the Land Act were decided by the Full Court yesterday, one being that a transferee of a Conditional Purch...

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 — 18 August 1888

0-ENERAL NEWS. The Quakers in England have resolved to send a delegate to Australia to advocate the principle of a peaceful settlement of all international dis putes. During Mr. Matthew Burnett's temperance mission in the Australasian colonies, 114.500 per sons have, through him, signed the pledge, while 130,000 have taken the blue ribbon, and 00,000 family cards have been distributed. . ' A message from liega on Tuesday Bays : — A fatal accident is reported from Tanga. It appears that yesterday afternoon a settler named Neath and his brother-in-law, Thomas Shepherd, who was on a visit to him, were prospecting for gold on a beach near the former's farm, Neath hauling up sand on uuji, uuu. onepiieru ueiiig aown uic noie, wmen ue had neglected to slab and secure. When he got down about loft, he struck water, and the shaft immediately cived in, burying him. Neath went for assistance and a party of eight or 10 men set about digging for some hours, but without avail, A message from Bourk...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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CABLE MESSAGES. LONDON, AUGUST 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 18 August 1888

CABLE MESSAGES. (From the Sydney Papers.} London,- August 43. The second test match between the Australian Eleven and a team representing all England was commenced on the Kennington Oval to-day. The weather was fine, and there was an enormous attendance on the ground. The wicket was in splendid condition. Woods, of Cambridge Univer sity, played with. Australia, Jones, Lyons, and Boyle standing out of the team. MacDoimell, the captain of the Australians, won the toss, and elected to go to the wickets. The batsmen made a very pool- show against the bowl ing of the Englishmen, and at the usual adjourn ment for luncheon seven wickets has fallen for 50 runs. MacDounell, Bounor, Woods, Turner and olackuam were disposed ot without Bcormg. Edwards played a steady innings for 20, and Ferris scored 13, not out. Banncrman and Trott also scored 13 each. The innings closed fo a total of 80 runs. When played ceased for the day England had scored 185, with five wickets down. Mr. Parnell has taken ...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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W. J. Chapman's Report. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 18 August 1888

. W. J. Chapman's Report. The unfortunate accident which destroyed the plant of the Despatch deprived me for a time of my usnal means of ^communication, a'loss seriously felt 3iyus.aU. ; .Now, that want is restored I hope tosmv; \m ply my constituents aud the public generally -With '*.* full information respecting the markets. ' Stoiie Cattle.— Owing to- the extremely dry weather; sales have been difficult to effect, and no auction soles nave oeen Held lor. Borne tune. : A firm demand exists for all stock, more especially for young mixed, but buyers' and sellers' ideas of value --- .do riot correspond;. I hold numerous inquiries,' and , ? Have ? several iraportontfJotsiunder offer and ,-con-,. ,? dentry:expect to report sales,: -especially .-should a . ,- . ^ ;-j^ seasonable break in tlie weather oopun-. A .fall ,ot' / \Jr^ rain mil make the market ? osbrisk'and (the yalueSi,^'^*''^ as high' as at-any tiine;during hvst Spring., ijy' soles.have been on account of Messrs. Hunt^jJ^Qf ,...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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F.L Barker's Weekly Produce Report [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 18 August 1888

F.']L; Barker's Weekly Produce Bepor / ? WoojknrT'^4)l;J!^*.)^w'fmi4^nj'''wile:''«i!' ilonAeyi' the usual'Suyerepiittjjiglri mri 'aiipeiir- - * pnee when I effocted.a ^isnosal; of 20,1-ales nt . figures quite equal ±6'fchose.»-uling.-)ur last*Bales, _ i SHEEPaKnfs. — Themarketis steady, ? fid ?'.to^SjJ'-— ^ JBoutttiuableforstation full wool?,- whpBtbutcliers '? --. boat are' worth 4Jd, medium growth, 'SJd^p id r ' -T jshbrti^2fd to SJd ^per |Vouna.,:= , t -, ?,, ? -, =E: -j .,'- , :'- -' t- . .*?? ' ?tBA^TinEa^Ba^are.iudeinafld^aispiigli'i/^^l'. - T jm^yoondition for which BUppers,ajej^^^ag-f' . '~^-. Saddlers' lines generally slowjrf v^lfi.i aaSMPSte - : £. ' :^ innohaiieod:1 ,hri\i^)-. ? ?' ' 'x *;^Sf^Ssfn ''. ';?'-? ^ug the market, -an.-adjt^aucfi^^ljui.^^b^i^aiimg r*j -v''( Z4' TAitow.— ^ 3liis »rti?le^S:Mi keen .if«guesfc'j»|!i-S^^S local censumew and Bhjnp^^op^rtttM^rj?ry: epiii Sf^ir3^ heef and mixed; £18 Igs to S1J} s 1-^irrtHttaii^v**?I'»^ '$% filJOstof J8 10s j dar£il0Ssto...

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The Bermagui Mystery Again. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 18 August 1888

The Bermagui Mystery Again. Though the police authorities have kept the matter a a secret, it has transpired that during the past two months the police have had under sur- veillance a person suspected of complicity, in the Bermagui murder, but that he has escaped their clutches. From the information to hand, it appears that some time ago a man who is said to have lived with a woman near the scene of the alleged murder, came to Sydney and married a barmaid, who was employed in one of the leading hotels in Sydney. Shortly after their marriage, the man gave way to drink, and on several occasions uttered remarks which led his wife to beleive that he was concerned in the murder of Lamont Young and his compan- ions. Shortly after their marriage, the woman from the Bermagui district appeared at their house, and threatened to expose the husband unless he left his wife and returned to live with her. The unfortunate wife was compelled to acquiesce in the proposal but she confided her troubles...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 22 August 1888

Sinking a Shaft. TENDERS miuired for StKKIKG A SHAFT to a depth of CO Ictit, on tlie Linly Cnrrington -.''*:' jnine, at Little River. ]?brticplnrt on application 'to J. T. MUBI'llY, witli vrhtan tenders must be loft, by the 25th in»tnnl. For Sale or to Bent for tite Season, mHE Park Bay Stallion STAE, hy Star of the X Hills; is rising 11 years. The horse is woU .fcnown in the District. Apply to J. WALLACE, A«ctiouc3f, or . ; ?'??'_'?? ^ . THOMAS MILLER, -ji- ; ?-? * Braidwood, The Grocery Department — AT— g. b. payne's. Free Trade Stores Is replete with a Large Assorted Stock of the Best Brands. ra- REMEMBER, NO OUTSIDE BRANDS or CHEAP RUBltrSIHcept, but every Hue is tlie best procurable. NEW SEASON'S TEAS Of undoubted excellence At Is., 83. 6d., 2s., 2s. 6d. per Ib. Try tlie Aromatic Coffee at Is 6d per H-, frcsli ground every day— quite a treat tliis cold weather. The BeafcPus^r^Kiate Sugar, ? '' ONLY 3d. PER LB. Aod all other lines equally cheap at C. B. PAYNE'S FREE TRADE STORES...

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CABLE MESSAGES. LONDON, August 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 22 August 1888

CABLE MESSAGES. ? ♦ ? (From tho Sydney Papers.) London. Ausust 15. A terrible panic has been created among -the in habitants of Florida owing to an outbreak of yellow fever. The population is being completely deci mated by the epidemic, the natives particularly dying in great numbers. Numerous bonfij'es are kept buruinc night and day, and .all manner. of sacrifices avebeing offeitd by the Indians to pro pitate their deih'. A large supply of disinfectants aud some medical experts have been Edit to Florida in the hope that the spread of the epidemic may be stayed. The panic seems to be mainly confined at present to the south-eastern portion of the territory, which consists almost entirely of everglades or swamps, hardly passable to any but the Indians who inhabit the islands scattered among them. It is rumoured that Mr. Parnell contemplates re siffimifr hlR flp.i.t as a. momliRr rtf thfi Knnsp. nf fVim. mons pending the bringing up of the report of the Commission or the verdict of the...

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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 22 August 1888

GENERAL NEWS. On and after the let proximo the centennial two penny postage stamp will be issued in substitution or the one now current. The present stamp, however, may be used until tho supply is exhausted Tho new stamp is printed iu deep blue. The design represents the emu surrounded by a shaded oval band, on which* the words 'one hundred years' and ' twopence' are inscribed. Tho four corners bear the words ' JTow South Wales post age,' with which are-interwoven the berries oftlie wly-pilly, the corea or native fuchsia and feathery sprays of wattle. The new ouepenny stamp and the pound stamp have been already issued. . A telegram received on Saturday from tho Hon William Halliday, owner of Brookong Station, near Drana, states that shearing operations have begun with twouty-oight shearers. There arc fourteen policemen in charge of the station, aud these with tbe station hands are indulging in con stant practice with revolvers, It is hoped there will be no necessity for this, but th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 22 August 1888

- P. and A. Society, Braidwood. A GENERAL MEETING of the MEMBERS of the aboxe Society will be held at the Albion Hotel on THURSDAY, 30th inst, at 11' o'clock a.m. Business, to re\ise and pass Prize Schedule for next Show. GEQ. jFRED, TAYLOR., £ Secretary. 21et August, 1688 ? - ~ To Let By Tender/ , FROM the let September next, FA?RY MEA DOW, consisting of 757 aews. /gneloBed Apply to. ' ,? W. BPWABDS, Braidwool

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OUR TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY TUESDAY, 12.30 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 22 August 1888

OUR TELEGRAMS. (FEOM ODB OWN COKEKSPOXDENT. ) SYDNEY Tcesduv, 12.30 r.M; At yesterday's fat stock sales 1330 cattle were yarded and prices were slightly lower, the best bullocks averaging 1'8 10s. !0d. S3G5 sheep were penned, and best Aethers brought 10s. lOd, others from Cs. A prominent official in the Miners' Association 6ays that should the impending strike occur in the coal trade it will be a most determined one and V»- uviuoa iiiu uvu DCU flic- CUU \Jl J.L. A ballot is uow being taken among the various branches of the Federated Seamen's Union whether they shall strike or withdraw from the struggle altogether. . . ? - ' An effort is being made by the shipowners and colliery proprietors to bring abont an amalgama tion of capital. Sir Alfred Stephen was entertained at a picnic yesterday to celebrate bis 8Gth. birthday. - Mr. J. S. Farncll's death is hourly expected. '«,.;, r('llA Al!r-li'lilJlf1 P-iflmlin Simm? lino n^nn^nJ 4f._ - ' - ^ decree of the Sydney Plenary Council which r...

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Araluen Police Court. FRIDAY, 17TH AUGUST. (Before John Hyland, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 22 August 1888

Arnlucn Police Court. Friday, 17m Aitoijst. (Before John HylancJ, J.P.) A. Gilligan, in custody, for disobeying a sum mons, for .oliscene lnmrunfic, pleaded gnilty to' tho charge, and was fined £1 and is. Cd. costs, or 7 dayB' imprisonment.

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THE VATICAN AND IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 22 August 1888

THE VATICAN AND IRELAND. Considerable surprise .and displeasure (the Rome correspondent of the Staiomrd says) was felt at the Vatican at the recent meeting of the Irish Bishops, when opinions were expressed and sug gestions made -which seemed to re-open the ques tion that had been authoritatively closed by the Papal rescript. Two reports have been received from Ireland, one from Arshbishop Walsh, of uumin, to ia,rauuu oimeoui, sue oecrecary oi the Propaganda, of which the gist is that in their double quality of priests and citizens the Bishops thought it their duty to indicate such measures as might prevent an cxtention of the evil ; the other, from Monsignor Persico, to the effect that, although the action of the Bishops is too inconsiderate, they are impelled by a desire to improve the situation. In suggesting, for instance, that the English Government should apply the same rules to Ireland as to Scotland, the Bishops are proposing to turn a lawless agi tation into channels in whi...

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A ROMANTIC DUBLIN STORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 22 August 1888

A ROMANTIC DUBLIN STORY. A remarkable incident, the particularsof which are vouched for, is reported from Dublin. . Just eight years ago a young Dublin engineer and the daughter of a wealthy farmer, who was also largely engaged in the Dublin provision trade, were married. The Tirido had managed the provision business for her family, and was described as an amiable and lovely girL After the marriage the wedding party went to Glendalough, and a most enjoyable day almost up to tho hour of returning was spent, the company being a large one, when some misunder standing occurred between the newly-wedded pair. The bridegroom left the company in anger, and walked the eight miles back to the city in time to take the evening steamer to Liverpool, and from that period until Thursday in last week he was never beard of. The bride felt her desertion keenly, but Bhe stuck to her business. Her father meantime died, and she was left in sole charge of great responsibilities. The wanderer was forgotte...

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Shocking Tragedy in Adelaide. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 22 August 1888

Shocking Tragedy in Adelaide. A tragedy of a most terrible character was per petrated on Friday in a house in South Terrace. Charles Laurence, well known in mercantile cir cles, and formerly a member of the Civil Service, had lately been suffering from insomnia, and the fact in itself, combined with the effect which it had upon his general health seemed to have upset him, and even to have slightly weakened his intellect. xesterday morning Mrs, Laurence, eeeing that he was still unwell, advised him to remain at home. Her husl-and accepted the advice, and shortly afterwards she went to his office to intimate that he would not be able to attend at business that day. It was while she was away that this tragedy took place. Returning tc the house in about au hour Mrs. Laurence found all the doors and win dows locked, and, despite her utmost exertions, she was unable to make any one hear. Alarmed at this extraordinary state of affairs, she broke into the house through one of the windows, a...

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A THOUSAND LOVE—LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 22 August 1888

A THOUSAND LOVE-LETTERS. At Bristol, before the Under-Sbcriff, a breach of promise case was submitted to a jury for the assessment of damages. The plaintiff, Louisa Maude Way, 22, had Irecn trained for the operatic stage, and was recently offered an engagement in Mr. D'Oyly Carte's company. The defendant, named Prowse, who is the son of a, brewer at Kingsbridge, Devon, is 27 years of age. The evidence given by the plaintiff and her father was to the effect tlmt the defendant had broken and renewed his promise of marriage five times in six years during which period a thousand love-letters had passed between tho lovers — 500 on each side. Those of the defendant were of the most amatory character, containing repeated promises to be true to the plaintiff. There was also some poetry, which he said had taken him two hours to write, but which the counsel sug gested to be one of the lyrics of St. John Suck ling. The defendant did not appear, and it was stated that he hod withdrawn from the ...

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Brutal Treatment of a Child. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 22 August 1888

Qi-utal Treatment of a Child. A horrible case of Chinese barbarity was on Thursday brought under the notice of the Melbou rne police by a woman residing in Little Bourke street. According to her statement, a Chinese cabinet-maker named Sam Pak and liis wife were slowiy toturing to death their adopted daughter, MinaPak, a child barely six years of age. Sam Pak and his wife, who is also a Chinese, have no children of their own, had some time ago adopted the girl in question, paying her father, a hanger-on at the Chinese gaining tables, a slight monetary consideration for parting with her. After a time their affection -waned, and thenceforward the girl was subjected to a systematic course of illtreat ment, apparently with the view of doing away with her without awakening suspicion. The child's shrieks, however, attracted tho attention of tho ueighboure, and the brutalities of the pair did not pass without witnesses. It is stated by several of the English women occupying the adjoining t...

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FIRE AT A DIAMOND MINE.—LOSS OF 224 LIVES. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 22 August 1888

FIRE AT A DIAMOND MINE.— LOSS OF 224 LIVES. A Capo Town telegram says : — A telegram re ceived here from Riniberlcy states that a 8rc occurred last night at the cntr^nc#i-io JIip. shaf j; o{ the TJe'HeerVMiub at Wat place. Kigm hundred miners are entombed, aud the work of rescue is proceeding. It is feared that many have peris hed. Tke Times publishes tho following tele gram from Durban : — ' The loss of life from the burning of the shaft at the l-e Beers Mine is estimated at 500 persons, chiefly natives. 'Forty News learns upon inquiry at the London offices of the De Beers Mining Company that the fire at the mine seems to have been of a very serious character, no fewer than 24 white men aud 200 natives having lost their lives. Among the white men it is feared that Mr. Lindsay, manager of the underground workings, is to be counted. Mr. Lindsay left England for the mine only a few weeks ago. The telegrams received by the com pany state that the rescuers have fully explored the mine, ...

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EUROPEAN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 22 August 1888

EUROPEAN NEWS. The English mail per B.M.S. Lusitania arrived in Sydney ou Friday. From English files to the 13th July we take the following interesting ex tracts : — MR. PARNELL'S HOME RULE SCHEME. The Ckxtkai, News says: — Mr. Parnell, in an interview with a correspondent, said: — 'The nn*-4- TTnmA I? iila Till I virili liara l*fn-r-i tvi fst 4-lia federal principle. The last Home Rule Bill was for establishing a dualism. The Irish members were to sit in the Irish Parliament and the British members in the British Parlisment, neither having anything to do with the other. The new bill will provide, I imagine, for the retention of the Irish memuers in me imperial rariiameni, wnne leaving the Irish Parliament at Dublin free to control the affairs of Ireland. After Ireland has had some experience of Home Rule, the Scoteh people will probably require to have their Parliament at Holy rood ; but they will certainly insist upon their continued representation at Westminister. This may have a...

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