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OUR TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY TUESDAY, 12.45 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 14 November 1888

OUR TELEGRAMS. w ? (FROSI OCR OWN COBRESF0K1DEKT.) SYDNEY Tuesday. 12.43 r.M. At the Homebueh stock sales yesterday 1040 cattle were yarded and prices were unaltered, best bullocks averaging £7 Jo/-, and others from £1 lfl/. 9000 sheep were penned and the market was weak. Best merinos brought 9/11 aud others from 5/. Yesterday's wool sales were very spirited prices being firmly maintained. A superior lot of lamb's wool from Jandra station, Young district, reached lid. per lb. Greasy averaged 6jd. to 9Jd. and scoured 13id. to HJtl. per lb. At a Cabinet meeting yesterday it was decided that the Mmister for Justice shall introduce the payment of members' bill as soon as possible. Messrs. Clarke, Sutherland aud Abigail are in favor of the measure, while the other members of the Government oppose it. The racehorse Carbine was sold in Melbourne yesterday for 3000 guineas, and Tradition for 3050 guineas. Speaking at Lithgow yesterday the Commissioner for railways said he favoured tbe frequ...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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Aralnen Police Court. MONDAY, Nov. 12. (Before Jas. Aldcorn, Esq., P.M., and John Hyland and M. Lyons, Esqs., J's.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 14 November 1888

JLrahicn Police Court. Mommy, Nov. 12. (Before Jas. Aldcorn, Ksq., P.M., and John Hyland and M. Lyons, Ksqs., J's.P.) W. J. Huggart (Attendance Officer) v. Bruce. — Kou-attcndancc of child at school. Plea, guilty, Fined 5/- and 4/10 costs. The Same v. Pepper.— Pico, guilty. Fined 5/ and 4/10 costs. The Same v. Hourigan.— Plea, guilty. The wife of defendant stated that in consequence of longcon tinued sickness in her family she was obliged to keep her daughter, agod 12 years', at home. Fined 1 /. The Same v. Wallace — For school fees. Defen dant did not appear. On proof of service of sum mons and of the sum due hb order was made for payment thereof and costs within seven days, Tlio Same v. Gannon.— For school fees. Defen dant pleaded that 3ic owed the money, but was uu able to pay at present. Order made for payment with costs withiu six weeks. Police v. Staggau — Riotous Behaviour. — Plea, guilty. Fined 10/^ and 4/10 costs ; also, for resist ing the police, the same defendant was iiu...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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A Tragedy in Real Life. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 14 November 1888

A Tragedy iu Real Life. A cable received from Colombo on Stiuday con veyed to the authorities the news of the arrest and death of ' Mr. Druinmoud,' of Ashfield, who mysteriously disappeared from Sydney on the Mtli of last month. Ho details were given aud the cable simply ran as follows : — ' Drummond arrested, but died immediately. Money seemed. Wait orders.' It was addressed to the Governor, but for some reason or other was not communicated to the police until Wednesday morning. Deatli is supposed to have followed ijuiukly on the arrest, aud jmison is said to have Inxn the muse. The .arrest ofDrum montl was only considered a matter of time by thu police here, liis destination awl tlie ship no hail taKca were uotn Known, uu-i it was omy a question of whether the Colombo police would net with sufficient promptitude. A full description of Druininond and the name lie travelled under were forwarded to them iu a cablegram worded as fol lows : — 'Colon, Governor, waiTaut granted for Dr. E...

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Death of Mr. Dalglish. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 14 November 1888

Death of Mr. Dalglish. The GouLBirnN Heimm- records the sudden death of Mr. J. 0. Dalglish, the surveyor, which took place oa Sunday evening at the Federal Coffee Palace in Melbourne. The deceased gentle man, accompanied by Mrs. Dalglish, Mr. J. I)al clish (brother of deceased), and Mr. A. -1. do Laurct (brother-in-law), liadbecu iu Melbourne for about a fortnight, and were staying at the Federal Coffee Palace. On Sunday Mr. Dulglisli appe&i-od to be in his usual health, and about five o'olock in. the evening was preparing to go out wlieu ho was seized with faintucss, and said lie would lie down for a few minutes, but he had but just time to stagger to his bedside when he dropped dead. The cause of rteatli is surmised to have been heart disease ; but the deceased had previously enjoyed good health, the only illness from which ho suf fered having been caused by injuries received about twelve years ago through n home falling with him. In March 1SS7, when Ml1. Tivynaui was appo...

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Presentation to Mr. Quong Tart. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 14 November 1888

Presentation to Mr. Qnong Tart A number of inflcntial citizens of Sydney as sembled i\t the Hoyal Hotel, George-street, ou Thursday afternoon, for the purpose of presenting nn illumined address, indicative of thuii1 . esteem and regard for Mr. Quoug Tart ou the occasion of his departure on .i visit to China. The chair was occupied by Sir John Robertson, aud among those present wave the Hons. G. Thornton, D. Creed, and G. A. Lloyd, Ms.L.C. ; also Messrs. W. M-Millau, A. 3. Kiley, and C. Garland, MsX.A. ; N.L. Jones, J. 0. KUis, Robert Guy, A. h. Nel son Hewlett, A. Fomytli, J. Graham, YT. Beau mont, .3olin Mul'lu-i-son, T. i. Dickson, 12. Urc ville, and 3}urton Uradley. A telegram was road fl*om Isil' X $it.i*\\\\o\\ oviM'-.«t;!mT 111,* wvimvii.li\' w-SMi the movement, and letters containing expressions of warm fcsliug to aud appreciation of the merits of Mr. Tart as a citizen were received from the Colonial Secretary fSir Henry l'arkes) and tlio Colonial Treasurer ( Mr. Hums). The f...

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A French Murderer. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 14 November 1888

A French Ulurdcrcr. One of the most celebrated cases in the annals of crime in France {says a London paper) was that of a man who committed a long series of murders, his assistant in the matter being a huge dog, who leapt upon -and strangled liis master's victims, or at least. disabled thorn uuij] his master gave them the cdujf if, grace. Tlu&.iiuui ..has, -it seems,, found nn imitator, who 1ms just fallen into tho hands of (he Paris police. Ho has for some lime been the terror of the Ternes district, where ho has plundered many -vic- tims with the aid of his avsastiSF. This, at Ins masters order, would spring at the throat of n passer-by, nml never rokx his hold until the pockets of the .victim -hod been completely rifled. Although such a method of employing dogs is not to be com mended, there is yet much to be said against very severe punishment being dealt to the employer of the dog. This man unlike his prototype robbed, but did not murder ; and he must liave been at infi...

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

PitrlfBincnatrv. The following mutters taken as formal wore passed without debate in the Legislative Assembly i on Thursday. Mr. J. 1\ Abbott obtaiucd leave to bring in a bill to amend the criminal law so far as regards the punishment of persons convicted 'f fiiFt oflouoes ; Mr. Wall got leave to introduce a bill to amend the law relating to the registration of bills of sale ami oilier documents ; Mr. Jtaugiir carried a motion for the production of papers rumtiug to thu payment of Customs duties at Brewatrin:i, and the dismissal of a custom-house officer: Mr. Walker carried a motion for a return respecting certain cases at the tooma police court ; and Mr. Cameron, ] for Mr. O'Connor, obtained leave to bring iu a bill ' to provide for the election of the Mayor by the citizens of Sydney. It was nearly 0 o'clock when Mr. Bibbs, who was loudly cheeiiid, rose in the Legislative Assembly, in '? Committee of Ways and Means, to continue'' the i fitiuucial debate, lie acknowledged the courte...

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Leap from a Railway Train. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 14 November 1888

Leap from a Railway Train. A strauge incident took place at the Limerick Railway Terminus. A deserter, named 'M'Grath, from the Muuster Fusiliers, quartered at Tmlee, was with a .civilian prisoner, being brought by traiu from Clougb gordan Station to Limerick District Prison, an charge -of two constables, when he attempted to escape by jumping through the carriage-window. He managed on the journey to rid himself of the Jiandcufls, which wore also attached to the other prisoner, aud as the train was steaming into the station he made ins jump, winch resulted iu a com pound fracture of his leg. Tho soldier was soon after removed to the hospital -infirmary. About two months ago, when arrested for ; the same offence, he escaped at the railway terminus from his military escort, a corporal and a private, who were .tried by court martial for allowing their prisoner to get ofl'. It being believed that the corporal connived at MeGrath's escape, he was reduced in rank and sentenced to 5G days'...

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A Strange Story. A RIVER OF GOLD. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 14 November 1888

A Strange Story. A Urvuu of Gold. An extraordinary narrative has just reached us {says the Stab) fiv.n Xorih Queensland. It would appear that a small paviy of prospectors, without being aware of tue great -uing«r they were !_?»- countering, went exploring part of the district embracing Care an.i Agate Creeks. These creeks are tributaries af the River Gilbert watershed, and are something like; 40 ujiles, .is the crow flics from Gilbertiu Township. On horseback it is an un CL-rtaiii nunibiT of miles. Tlie country is rough and irrogul:tr;bugo, rocky masses line the gullied, top the hills, and frown do\ra ou every ride. Worst of all, these gullies are the special fastnesses of Myalls of the liercest type. It is well within me mory that a. man named Corbi-tt was killed by the blacks iu tlie same district. The generally inaees sihlc nature of the country renders exploration a work of great hardship. Yet from what wo have learned it is now more than likely that an expedi tion fully equippe...

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Alternative Railway Line from Sydney to Melbourne. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 14 November 1888

Alternative Railway line front Sydney to Melbourne. JMclliourne, \\ ediiesilay. — To-day a deputation of a number of settlers from the more remote parts of llipnslund, drew the attention of the Minister of Railways to the necessity for the construction of a railway from Orbost to the Xew South Wales border, in the vicinity of Orbost. Mr. M'Lean, M.L.A., said that some months since he asked that a survey be made of the railway from Bainis dale to Orbost. Recently au article published in the Sydney iioavmo HkuaLd, and recently repro duced in the Akgus, pointing out that the South ern railway system of New South Wales and Vic South Wales a line had been built to Cooma, and it was generally understood that the Govern ment were prepared to extend it to the border as far as Eendoe. The country contained splendid areas of land, and a railway would he an immense value to the colony. A line could be carried along the valley by the I5enu River at a very moderate out lay. No more important und...

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NOBLY ATONED. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 14 November 1888

NOBLY ATONED. — . ? 4, ? Mr Mend and old schoolmate, Elsie Vane, was a girl ?whom everybody who knew her loved. She was a slight, delicate-looking little creature, whose invariable amiability and sweetness of disposition sprang from a heart that was all goodness. I liad not seen her for many montlis, con sequently it was with the greatest* delight that I received a letter from her, accepting my invitation to spend the summer with me at Keswick. In tjjat lovely vale we found Wilfred Horton, to whom I was engaged to be mar ried, and whom I loved with all the intensity of my passionate, wayward heart. We had not been many weeks together before I plainly observed that toy lover's time and at tention were not nndividedjy mine, as Jiither to. Elsie came in for a large share of both. Some words aud looks of unusual familiarity aud fondness which I had overheard and seeu, and which were instantly checked on my appearance, first aroused my suspicions, aud, once aroused, it was difficult for ...

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An Exciting Scene. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 14 November 1888

An Exciting Scene. The passenjteos in one of the North Shore ferry boats on Friday afternoon had ao exciting scene brought under their view, which for a few moments seemed likely to terminate tragically. A boy, about 12 years of dgc, got out ou the ferry steamer at MacMahou's point. He had ft flat piece of wood with a string to it tied to his wrist, and directly he got on board took up his position at the stern, sitting on the very edge of the boat, and just over the rudder. Ha appeared to find intense enjoy ment i.i watching liis bit of wood following the boat, and derived much mental comfort from its bobbing about. The ferry steamer had made two- J thirds of tlie journey to MUson's Point direct, when i some one noticed, that tUe boy it&dfcUen overboard, and woe then some 300 yards astern iu the water. The onginos wore at once reversed, but of course, the ferryboat had a good deal of way on, and it was some seconds before she mode any progress astern. In the meantime the yo...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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Weekly Calendar. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 14 November 1888

Weekly Calendar. T-n«.^f«. to i! Bays of Sun 1 Sun 'Moon's Baysof the Week M^lfch Ri6O8i Sets. Age. Wbdkesdav ? Nov. 14 4 50 0 39 11 TmmsDAY ? „ 15 4 50 0 40 12 ? JTstDAY ? , 10 4 49 0 41 13 SatObday ? „ 17 4 49 6 44 i 14 Sunday ? 18 4 48 G 43 i 15 MojtDAY ? „ 19 4 48 6 44 I 10 Tuesday ? „? 20 4 47 o 45 17 moon's phase. Full Moon, Nov. 19 at 1.21 a.m. ? The Braidwood Dispatch. Slrenud el Prosper*!. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1SSP,

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

THE PREMIER STORES, ATOUR3T STREET, GOULBURN. ;/ ~ SHEARING SEASON~188& Now .-that the Shearing Season is approaching we shall he glad to quote prices for SHEARING- SUPPLIES. £SS,«»r* ' iouch's prauoowss.' Tattoo Oil J INSPECTION INVITED. StOClvhollll Tar ™ IS PRESS is rapidly taking the' PREMIER' PLACE ; therefore varan it. T?fi fl rl 1 o 1? *ul 01* H1 11 e I* ?ccui)ies vcl-y lililc floor sPace XYcUlUAC} AVIA1 «Ji- UlUl^ ]t|ias only oho lover. Scaniin**' Twill© ^ ** ^^y packed for removal, if necessary, Qt l^ ^ convenient for sowing and removing the bale. i ollffai'S ^ oa' ')e worked by two boys. ~f-**4-Z*\n fl\««^ *' wliJ tui'u out e1uai quantity with the highest priced Press. JAelllOIl JL -5tiS It is well and strongly built of best material. TTjviidi /kliiilil I^not! lfc 's fitted with cltaius of best tested nuulity. nuuhutiiuiu ltau. It is ouJy mii 1Os 011 raiJj Syduey. s^' We intend Gutting the Prices as usual, so don't neglect to send for Quotations. ^ 'We do the large...

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Cricket Match. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 14 November 1888

Cricket Match. A match between the Braidwood aud Bungendore cricket clubs w;is played at the latter place ou Fri day iast. The local men left Braidwood early that morning, reaching Bungendore time enough to enable them to have a spell after their journey. Mr. J. C. Wilson captained the visitors, and Mr. J. R. Leahy acted in a like capacity for the llungendore team. Mr. Leahy having won the toss elected to send his men to the wickets, lmt they failed to make a long stand, the score standing when the last wicketf fell at 45 runs. Mr. .1. Leahy being top scorer with 13 not out. The visitors followed, but were quickly disposed of ufter putting together only 42, of which Mr. Craiekshank contributed 14 by careful play. At this stage of the game an adjournment was made to Uliinnerys Hotel for luncheon. A really good substantial dinner was provided, to which after the exertion of the morning ample justice was done. On returning to the cricket field thc]iungcudoremcuYnced|the bowling of Gill...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 14 November 1888

LOCAL NEWS. ? * ? The Day Dawk Mine. — Following is the mana ger's report of the Day Dawn Gold-mining Com pany, tittle River, November 12: — 'Xo. 1 shaft : Have driven 15ft., making in all 35 ft. ; reef about 18 ill., but during last week 5 ft. witb gold plainly seen throughout. From No. 2 shaft have driven 12ft., making in all 34 ft. : loilc here is split up in numerous veins, gold shewing in all. Must sink another 50 ft. to get reef well Avfiue.il. In stopes, reef averaging 2 ft., have sloped about 30 ft. and have also securely timbered main drive. The Huntingdon, mill is now working a little better. We are putting through a good deal of mullock, which however contaiiis large quantities of pyrites. UaVA n1i-na*Ttr Q ^j-inti iiiM-If-rtC tv^aili' few lt.1 f 1*111 it. Some of the rich specimens which 'we alludea to iu our last issue as coming up from the reef are being exhibited at the offices of Messrs. Conroy and Quirk, Goulburn, aud are thus alluded to by the GOCIJJUBN HeraU) : — ...

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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 14 November 1888

GENERAL NEWS. ? « ? A telegram from Melbourne on Friday gaj's : — A disastrous fire occurred this afternoon at the coiner of Ferguson ;uul James streets, Williams touii, resulting in the destruction of four shops. The Joss was not far short of £5000. It broke out in a shop of the Melbourne Furnishing Company. Mr. Muckner, the manager, seeing some bovs dis charging crackers near, warned them off. Shortly afterwards he found one of the back rooms of the building iu flames, not far from where the crackers were discharged. A t-troug wind was blowing at the time, and there was a poor pressure of water. The Ktvung wind carried the burning embers, sot ving me to a unumug on we opposits si'le oj tlie street, and iilso to the Church of England Sunday Schoolroom, nearly a quarter of a mile away. The pigeon-shooting match between Victoria and New South Wales, which took place at Melbourne on Friday, Mas won by Xew South Wales with only one point to spare. The scoring was 95 to 94, with 13 men ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 17 November 1888

Ike Uwooi Dispatch AND MINING JOURNAL IS published every Wednesday and SatcrdaY, at the Office, A\ allace-street, Braidwood. The terms of subscription to the Bkajdwood DisrATcn are 20s. per aiunim, or os. per quarter, paid in advance, and 6s. if booked. 1 lie quarters respectively terminate on the 31st March, 30th June, 30tli September, and 31st December iu 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 cud of the quarter. TERMS FOR ADVERTISING. The 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. Od — every additional eight lines ? Is. (id -All orders for withdrawal of advertisements mnst be given on or before Monday and Thursday at 0 p.m. Since the late fire the Proprietor lias re-stocked ENTIRELY NEW PUNT & MACHINE...

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Frank Gardiner. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 17 November 1888

Frank Gardiner. As a sequel to the amusing story that has been making the rounds of the colonial press with regard to this worthy, and the romantic story of his daughter and her fortune a little truth may not be unintesesting to Australian readers. Frank Gardiner, from the first day he landed in San l-Vaucisco, until the day he left it did no good for himself. His first -job was as a barman in a saloon, This position he left to open a small saloon for himself, which he named ' The Twilight,' situated in Kearney-street, near Broadway. It was a small dingy place of two rooms, and Gardiner never did any good in it; A few months was enough for him in this place, when he des cended to a mere saloon lianger-on, living goodness knows how. One of his chief places of resort was a tumble sailors' re sort on Broadway, near the whnrf. On the days when* the Australian mail steamers arrived, Gardiner was always on hand,1 eagerly scanning the features of the passengers as they landed. He told hie ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 17 November 1888

WANTED, a FEMALE GENERAL SER VANT, another servant kept j wages, 12/. Apply to Mrs. J. T. MURPHY, Braidwood ; or, to Mrs. BISHOP, Mariner's Hotel, Bateman's Bay. Tenders. npENDERS WANTED to ROOF TWO COT X TAGES with Corrugated Iron. Iron found. W. EDWARDS. Braidwood, Nov. 16, 1888. NOTICE. Re J. T. Hush, deceased. ALL persons having any CLAIMS AGAINST the above-named deceased are requested to eend in FULL PARTICULARS of their accounts to the undersigned or or before WEDNESDAY, 2Ut INSTANT ; aud all persons INDEBTED to the said deceased are requested to pay same by above date. FELL & SON. Braidwood, Nov. J5di, 1888. NOTICE. AS I am unable, through fast-failing health, to carry on any longer the business of a Store keeper hi Braidwood, I shall feel greatly obliged to my customers if they will kindly PAY THE AMOUNTS DUE TO ME at their earliest con venience. I take this opportunity of THANKING MY CUSTOMERS for their valuable support, extend ing over a period of 20 years, and sol...

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