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The Salvation Army Squabble. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 10 November 1888

The Salvation Army Squabble. On Thursday morning tlie Full Court was occu pied for a very short period iu hearing arguments in the ease of the Salvation Army prosecutions aiul imprisonments in Wollongong, which came before the Court ou a motion to make absolute a rule nisi granted earlier in the week to prohibit the enforce ment of penalties inilictcil on members of tlie S;il vatiou Army for marching iu procession in the streets of the borough, anil playing musical in struments, without iivst obtaining the written cuusent of the Mayor, which hud to be done under a by-law of the Borough Council. The Chief .Justice, in giving judgment, said tliat the borough had power, under the 153rd section of the Municipalities Act, to make by-laws, and amongst other matters for the Suppression of nui sances, jind also to pass by-law.s for the good ii'ovcrninent of the borough. This by-law how ever, was not passed for the suppression of a nui sance, because there might be many processions with musi...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Parliamentary. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 10 November 1888

Parliaincnatry. Those who thought there would be no quorum in the Legislative Assembly on Tuesday, in conse quence of the Melbourne Cup, mode a decided miscalculation, for there were more than 40 mem bers, or two quorums, in the House when the Speaker took the chair. Before the business could be entered upon, Mr. Melville arose and again brought forward the case of tlie imprisonment of the members of the (salvation Army at Wollongnug Mr. W. Clarke, however, informed the hou mem ber that he hail that day ordered the release of the persons in question, on the assurance that they would abstain from breaches of the bylaw until the question of its validity has been decided by the Supreme Court. Mr. Melville also brought for ward the caso of a woman at Wallsend, who, he said, bad been compelled to arise from her bed, and hold a candle while 18 policemen searched the bouse for an alleged participant in the recent riots. With regard to this matter, Sir Henry Pttrkos promised to make immedia...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Return of Cardinal Moran. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 10 November 1888

TItc Return of Cwdiual Moraa. To make arrangements for the reception of Car dinal Moran, who is understood to be on his way back to Australia in the Orient Company's s.s. Cnzco, which is due in Sydney on tho yoth instant, a large meeting, representing the Roman Catholic clery suk! laity of the city and suburbs, was hold on Monday evening (says the Eoho) in St. Mary's presbytery. The Very Rev. Dr. Carroll, V.C, who occupied the chair, in opening the proceedings explained the object of the meeting, aud poiutcd out that in consideration of the tignal services Cardinal Moran had rendered while iu Kurope, the proposed reception should be of the most enthus iastic character possible. It was suggested that addresses of welcome should be presented by the clergy and laitj', and that the demonstration in the harbour should be similar to that which took place on the lauding of the Cardinal. Arrange ments were made for each of the parishes und each of tlie societies connected with the Roman Cat...

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

The Jraifaoi Dispatch and mining journal IS published every Wednesday and Saturday, at the Office, Wallace-street, Braidwood. The terms of subscription to the Braidwood Dispatch arc 20s. per annum, or 5s. per quartetj paid in advance, and Cs. if booked. The quarters respectively terminate on the 31st March, 30th Juue, 30th September, and 31st December in each year, at 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 tbe quarter. TERMS FOR ADVERTISING. The charges for advertising ave as follows: — For two lines of space ? Is. Od — four lines of space ? 2s. Od — eight lines, or one inch ? 3s. Od — every additional eight lilies ? Is. 6d All orders for withdrawal of advertisements must be given on or before Monday and Thursday at Gp.m. Since the late fire the Proprietor lias re-stocked ENTIRELY NEW PLANT & MACHINERY Of...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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Novel Competition. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 10 November 1888

STovel Competition. Among the various attractions at the Melbourne centennial exhibition there are contests for three prizes to the value of 1000 dollars to be given by the American Hop Bitters Company at the close of the exhibition. The prizes are to be awarded to the three successful competitors compiling the largest number of words from three different tets of letters. Circulars containing instructions will be forwarded to any one sending Iiis address to the company. This company has already distributed prizes to the extent of thousands of dollars for com petition both in mental and athletic contests.

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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CABLE MESSAGES. LONDON, NOVEMBER 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 10 November 1888

CABLE MESSAGES. I (Prom the Svdnev Panel's. \ LoMXJST. NOVEMBEE 5. Mr. Gladstone has addressed a vast audience in the Birmingham town hall. He was received with enthusiasm. lutbe course of his speech Mr. Gladstone referred to the Irish question, and twitted the Right Hou. A. J. Balfour, the Chief Secretary for Ireland, with absentee administration. Referring to .the situation in Eurooe, he said that the future of tlie Great Powers was overcast, owing to the Balkan difficulty. The recent parleyings iu relation to the Canadian and American fisheries dispute lie consi dered an egregious failure. The incident in wliich SirL. Sackvifie-West, the British Envoy at Wash ington, was involved, had, in his opinion, resulted in a serious slight to England. Egypt he regarded as Euglanii's greatesfceinbarrasaineut. He riduculed the legislative triumphs of the Unionists. Speak ing ou home affairs, he said that the omission of : the licensing clauses rendered the ; the Local Government Act practica...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Recovery of Sight and Loss of Happiness. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 10 November 1888

Recovery of Sight and Loss of Happiness. A certain rich French Canadian, by name Jean Baptiste Moreau, has been, if the story of which he is the hero be correct, at once fortunate and unfortunate. He had, it seems, been totally blind for the last five years, and, hoping against hope, he recently accompanied a party of nilerims to a famous shrine in America, to see if, faith aiding, his sight would be restored. We are asked to believe that prayer was answered in his case, for it is said that he returned from his long journey with his eyesight almost restored. As his pretty young wife, however, had scoffed at the idea of the pilgrimage, he de termined to say nothing to her for a while, but to reserve his cure as a surprise in store. He was welcomed home with open arms ; but not many days had elapsed before the husband, who was believed to be blind, saw that in his wife's conduct which convinced him of her infidelity. At an opportune moment he disclosed to her and the man who had robbe...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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The Gold-saving Machine. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 10 November 1888

The Gold-suving Machine. There is now being exhibited iu a room at the rcur of the Royal Hotel what is known as the T-. L. J. Gold-saving Machine (says the HoviJivns Post) It is a strongly built compact machine, 9 feet by 7 feet wide aud about 0 feet high, with a total weight of 9 cwt. The larger parts of the machine weighs about 2 cwt. The machine is an extension of tie principle of the old fashioned tin ilisli, and though its inventors only profess to save gold with it it will save pyrites as wen, me wa«u-airij enters uc one ena into a copper after passing through wire gauges, and is met by revolving spiked rollers which puddle it effectually. It then passes into a well of quick silver, and from tlieuce iuto a second the surface of which is continuously agitated by jiggers to keep the quicksilver active. Subsequently the wash dirt is brought by various extremely ingenious arrangements into contract with copper plates silvered over, floating gold been caught by a hang ing wire net ...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 10 November 1888

GENERAL NEWS. A telegram from Melbourne on Wednesday says : —A fearful tragedy occurred at Port Melbourne late last night, when the body of Elizabeth Gisson, a married woman, was found in her house with her head almost severed from her body. Her husband came home lost nigl't, aud was seen to knock at the door, but eettins no answer lip ent. tlii-mirth H,o window, and immediately after rushed out of tlie house. As he was intoxicated ho was locked up. The police searched the house, &ud found Mvb. Gisson lying behind the door dead, and a razor in an adjoining room, where u block was also disco vered. There were no signs of a struggle. Thero ie uot the slightest indication that she Was mur dered. It is estimated that tlie recent bush fires in the Tambo ditsrict of Queensland destroyed between 200 and 300 lnileu of fencing. Tlic expression 'A bull in a Chiua shop' lias J passed into a proverb, and some idea of the con sternation such an event might cause was slightly realised on ...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Extraordinary Deaths of Two Sisters. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 10 November 1888

Extraordinary Deaths of Two Sisters. A painful case happened in the island of Skye recently. Two women, Flora Mac donald or Macbeth, a widow, and her sister, Catherine Macdonald, were seized with typhus fever, and on the neighbours suspect ing the nature of their illness tlie house was boycotted. A relative, a youth, also forsook his friends. When the parochial authori ties were informed of the state of affairs, the medical officer visited the house, and found that Catherine had died an hour previous to the time of his visit, and that the widow was suffering from typhus fever, although not confined to bed. A nurse was pro vided, and she remained with the survivor through the night. In the morning, she states, her patient got up, and entered an adjoining apartment with a lighted candle, the flame of which caught hold of some dried ferns in a partition. The house was soon in a blaze, notwithstanding the efforts of the nurse. She attempted to rescue the widow, but was unsuccessful, and...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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The Disastrous Fire at Broken Hill. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 10 November 1888

The Disastrous Fire at Broken HilL Tlie following additional particulars are to hand regarding the disastrous fire which occurred at Broken Hill on Monday uight, and which was briefly alluded to in our telegraphic summaiy last issue. A few minutes before 0 o'clock a share broker, occupying premises in Yictoria-elianibers, Argont-street, was aloue counting out mouey iu his office when he was alarmed by a cry of fire. He rushed into the passage lcadinc; to the street aud found it full of smoke, and had great difficulty iu escaping. The origin of the fire is aot yet ascer tained. Immediately the smoke was seen an alarm was raised. The fire bell was tolled, and the whistle of the big mine on the hill was sounded incessantly. It was juBt the hour when the busi ness of the day was over, aud people were return ing to their homes. A few minutes after the smoke was seen, tongues of flame were noticed shooting up among black clouds of smoke, and tlie population streamed from all parts to the ...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Weekly Calendar. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 10 November 1888

Weekly Calendar. ? IW.nfH.fi \V™u! B*y««f Sun Sun Moon's Dajreof the Week M-^th Riac8 g(jte Age Wednesday ? Nov. 7 4 60 0 32 4 TaousuAY ? 8 4 55 6 33 5 Fktoav ? , 9 I 54 0 34 0 Satuiidav ? ,, 10 4 64 0 35 7 Sofc-UAV ? „ 11 4 53 0 30 8 Mondav ? „ 12 4 52 C 37 0 TCESDAT ? , 13 4 51 0 38 10 moon's rnASK, Moon's 8rstuuarter, November 1!, at 2.21 a.m. The Braid wood Dispatch. Slrcnut el Prosperi. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 188P.

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

~ FUBNEB BEOTHERS A1TD JONES, THE PREMIER STORES, AUBURN STREET, GOULBURN. SHEARING SEASON 1888. Jfow that the Shearing Season is approaching we shall he 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 WOQLPRESS.' INSPECTION INVITED. THIS PRESS is rapidly taking the 'PREMIER' PLACE; therefore we run 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 turii 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 $£2 I0S. on vail, Sydney. -^ We intend Cutting the Prices as usual, so don't neglect to send for Quotations, ^s TIMBER Sd BTTXSL^DXSgTG* iE^^VJESXftZAII^JS We do the larg...

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Braidwood Police Court. WEDNESDAY, Nov. 7. (Before James Aldcorn, Esq., P.M.) HORSE STRAYING. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 10 November 1888

Braid wood Police -Tourt, Wf.dnesdav, Nov. 7. (Before James Aldcom, Esq., P.M.) nOKSE STKAVIXC. Nom Chong, of liraidwood, was charged on the information of Consiable Murphy with allowing^ horse to stray in Wilson-street. Having pleadt.'d guilty defendant was fined iu the , usual amount 2/(i and costs of court. THRKATENINi; LANGUAGE. Henry Travcrs (complainant) v. Edward Hughes fur having threatened to shoot him on Friday last on the iSnmlholcs Ro:ul, near Braid woo J. The com pluinnut deposed that he was sinking a well close to me road ; nearu tne accused ana I'.ujau w ate swearing ; they were in a dray ; accused culled out ' you ? hangman, get up out of the hole,' and threatened him in the wordsin.the information : he had a gun in his hand wliich lie pointed at him, at the same time threatening to lay wait for him and shoot him yet ; had sonic words with the accused some four or five months ago ; caught him with his daughter in his paddock at night and ordered him off. In reply to ...

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

LOCAL NEWS. LuST IK the Bush. — On Wednesday morning last Mr. M. Anderson, of Sfoukictce, started into the bush for ilio purpose of cutting some wood. He was accompanied by his son, a. little {cllow of some six summers, who brought willi him a tomahawk to cut some whip handles. Mr. Anderson commenced Iiis work and shortly afterwards tlic youngster wandered off iu search of hiB whip linndlcb. The lather ot course, Knowing tliat lus son was ac quainted with the locality, and thinking that he would only explore the bush within a certain radius from where lie was engaged chopping, paid no fur ther attention to his absence, but wiiuu time crept on aud still no appearance of the hoy returning lie began to grow anxious, and started off in search for him. But the boy had wandered further than his father had imagined ami was nowhere to be seen. Mr. Audersou, assisted by others, searched the bush in all directions during the whole of the day, but no tidings of the little wanderer could bo obt...

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MY PIPE AND I. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 14 November 1888

M¥ PIPE AK1- I. We're wandered o'er Abe wide svi&e world Full many a day together, Travelled the white and dusty roods ? And rouui'd thro' crimson lieatUer, Gaily we've fudged for many a inile, . '? Beguiled with song and thought ; With rarely a quarrel and many a smile — * My l'ipo and I. We've soiled together the ocean blue, And laughed at the horses white, .Which seemed to challenge the good old ship To many a gallant fight ; And we've weathered somehow Ujc waters rough. Hurled on by the warlike wind, For the heart was strong as your briar tough — My Pipe aud L We've rowed o'er the peaceful harbour, Had many a quiet talk, Watched sunrise bright nnd sunset calm, Gone many a moonlight walk ; We've botlt of us lingered ou lofty luMU Aud mused on the landscape fair, Of the fertile valley with silvery rills— Afy Pipe and I. I've told you all troubles aud worries, Dame fortune has chosen to send, And you're never betrayed a confidence But always pro ved a friend. You've given l...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 14 November 1888

He taitai Dispatch AXD MINING JOURNAL IS published, every Wedxesbay and Saturday, at the Office, Wallace-street, Braulwaod. TUo terms of subscription to tlie Braidwood Dispatcu are 20s. per aiminn, or 5s. per quarter, paid iu advance, ami Gs. if booked. The quarters respecti vely terminate on the 31st March, SOtli June, SOtli September, and Slst ]}eccml-er in each year, nt which periods only discontinuance on JW3' jneut of arrears will be received. Intending subscribers arc, however, informed that their sub scription will only lie charged from the period of commencement to the end of the quarter. TERMS FOR ADVERTISING. Tlie charges for advertising are as follows: — For two lines of space ? Is. Od — four lines of space ... ... ... 2s. Od — eight lines, or one inch ? 3s. Oil — every additional eight lines ? 3s. Cd AH orders for withdrawal 4-f advertisements must !»e given ou or before Monday aud Thursday at G p.m. Since the late fire the Proprietor has re-stoeked ENTIRELY HEW PLANT &a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 14 November 1888

WANTED, a GOOD COOK and GENERAL SERVANT. Apply, MISS MATEK, cja Mrs. Jons Wallace, Braidwood. ANTED, a FEMALE GENERAL SER VANT, another servant kept ; wages, 12/. Apply to Rfrs. J. T. MUEPHY, Hraidwood; or, to Mrs. BLSHOP, Mariner's Hotel, Batemau's Bay. Parkes' Reception Committee PLEASE meet oil THURSDAY AFTERNOON at 3.30 p.m., at MURPHY'S HOTEL. A. FRASER, Sou. Sec. For Sale (a Bargain), A FIVE-ROOMED COTTAGE at Batemtm's J\_ Bay, close to the Public School and I.S.N. Co.'s Wharf, with about 1| acres land, planted with, fruit trees and grapes, in full bearing. J. A. BETTINI, Ratem&n's Bay. Notice. A LL persons indebted to me are requested to A SETTLE THEIR ACCOUNTS WITHIN FOURTEEN WAYS, otherwise legal proceedings will bo taken for recovery of same, TgOMAS MALONE, Saddler. SHOPPING BY POST. NEW AND ELEGANT DRESS FABRICS, in Unsurpassed Variety, Perfectly New Stylos, Elegant Designs, Charming Colorings. NEW SPRING SILKS, patterns of which will bo sent Post Prce on applicat...

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CABLE MESSAGES. LONDON, November 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 14 November 1888

CABLE MESSAGE^. (From the Sydney Papers.} LoiwbK, November 7. Tilt special commission to inquire into th6 charges brought by the Times against Mr. r-arueU and other members of the Irish party set again to-day, Further evidence was adduced to show that out rages in Ireland were brouglit about 1-y the action of the National League. Sir Charles Russell, the leading cpunsel for the ?Pavnellites, in his crossrexarninatiou of the wit nesses, endeavoured to elicit the fact that the result of the agrarian depression in Ireland was not dlie to the action of the league. Tll«ll»M\ WfllllwW At UhlElifinA !...» —_..J ? it 1 ^ #.-w..vj' .1 www., w* 4't.u-wnuc, hub i;ujivi jouteQ nn article to the Gvakdux, iu which ho urges the division of his dioceso. He appeals for atum of £8000 for the endowment of a new bishopric aud also asks for a further amount of £4000 towards the Bishop of ^nsbaues fund. He lias secured teu-J' clergy for his diocese. . . . .' ? In consequence of tho disastrous accident wh...

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LONDON. MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 14 November 1888

LONDON. Monday. TUe Republican Party iu the United States Senate have a majority of only four. Canada invites the Australian Colonies to a con ference for the purpose of promoting trade relations with tbe Colonies. An Anglo French syndicate have agreed to float a, 4 per cent Russian loan of £20,000,000 at a minimum of eighty-three and a half. The natives tribes in the Black Mountain dis trict have again broken out into active hostility. The campaign has been renewed this time by CUagarzais. reinforce tbe Suakim garrison. The French Minister for \Var declares tliat until the general European situation is changed it would be vain to expect the ordinary war estimate to be below £20,000,000 sterling. L.1TEB. Ninty-six bodies have been recovered from the Pittsbuvg colliery disaster ; forty ave still entombed. Most heartrending scenes occurred at the mouth of tbe pit when bodies were being identified. 1,400 runaway slaves have veen discovered at Mobassa, Zanzibar, being harbored thereby m...

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