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F. L. Barker's Weekly Report. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 17 November 1888

F, I. Barker's Weekly Report. Wool.— Held usual sale to-day. The attendance was good and biddings spirited throughout. Most of the catalogue was cleared at valuations ; one or two lines not reaching owners ideas were passed in a trifle under reserves. Good greasy, reached, 9J ; medium scoured, 14£d. Sheepskins. — A brisk demand exists, the follow ing being prices current, viz. : — For best long voolled, 4?d to 5^d ; medium growth, 3Jd to 4£d ; short, 2d to 3£d per lb. Leatdeb. — Sole sells freely at improved figures ; ell other descriptions are at present unsaleable, Sole, 7Jd to 8J for sound ; 6M to C jd for damaged. . Hides. — The market is quiet, and prices on Fri day were an eighth lower. Prime heavieB are now worth to 3Jd j ordinary, 2Jd to 3d ; sloppy, 2gd ; lightweights, 2gdto 3d ; inferior, ljd to2£dpcrlb. T Allow. — Business in this line is very good, both local consumers and exporters operating with the greatest freedom. Best samples are worth to 225 10/- ; fair quality, £...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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"ALL THAT CUTTERS IS NOT GOLD." [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 17 November 1888

'ALL THAT CUTTERS IS NOT GOLD.' ? : ? a ? ^ — Mn. Winslow, a higlily respectable member of the Stock Exchange, died :it the venerable age of seventy-six, leaving behind him a charming widow, who had scarcely numbered half those years, with a fortune amounting to somewhere about thirty thousand pounds. Mrs. Window had been very happy with her elderly mate, and had mode him an ex cellent wife, being ever his cheerful companion in health and his tender nurse in sickness ; still, when it came to the choice of his suc cessor, she thought it would be just as well to select one who was likely to want more of the companionship and less of the nursing ; consequently, she decided against all who were either much younger or much older than herself. She had married Mi1. Winslow be cause he offered a good home to her widowed mother, whose delicate health required more comforts than her narrow income would afford, so tliat such an offer was not to be slighted. However, all t&ings must com...

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ACROSTIC. [IN MEMORIAM.] [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 17 November 1888

ACROSTIC [Ik Memojuam.] \V liile older bards higJi tribute bring I ii memory of ilie dead, 1. ct mo, with humble reference, sing L ike ono who dares to slowly tread I n linllou-ed ground ; thence striven to Ding A heartfelt liyiim of honored days, M ode glorious by virtue's rays. B orn to hold and sway the heart — E ndowed with largest share ; D id he not nobly fill the pail E nfrustcd to his care ! D rawn to the heights of dazzling iainc, A Uured by high intent ; h Ike some bright, flashing star lie came, L caving much light the way it went ; E nthusiastic in his zeal, Y earning for the common weal. Buckendouiu.

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Rents Due by Pastoral Lessees. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 17 November 1888

Rents »hc by Pastoral Lessees. The Colonial Treasurer laid upon the table of the Legislative Assembly on Tuesday 'evening a paper relative to arrears of routs for Crown lands due by pastoral lessees. The paper, which was hurriedly prepared at the Lands Office some two months ago for a purpose unconnected with the financial state ment, states that tlie amount due at the end of 1887 was, approximately, £672,983. The following particulars are also given in the paper: — Six months' rent due as arrears, end of 1S85, 250,000 ; less paid in 1884 on account of six mouths, 1S8S, £134,077 ; leaving due at end of 1885, on account of arrears of rent, £115,92.'!; arrears for 1886, £500,000. The amount received in 3885 on account of 1880 was £140,940. The last-named amount deducted from that immediately preceding it, left the total amount due with respect to 1886 at 5:356,060. To this must be added 115,923, the arrears due at the cud of 1885, which brought the indebtedness of tbe pastoral lessees...

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For Nervous Debility. USE HORSFORD'S ACID PHOSPHATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 17 November 1888

For Nervous Debility. Use Hobsfobd's Acid Phosphate. Db Amix. S. Oog, Government Medical Officer, ] Gundogai, N.S.W., says: 'I have the greatest I confidence in recommending it in nervous debility, 1 and in all cases where the system has become de- ?] bilitated from disease. Asa nervous tonic it is / unsurpassed.'

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Two More Attempts to Burn Down Broken Hill. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 17 November 1888

Two More Attempts to Bnrn Doivn Broken Hill. The town was alarmed on Wednesday night at two determined attempts to burn down the town. Tlie incendiary is still at large About 7 o'clock p.m., a man observed smoke and flames at the eaves of the roof at the back of the Commercial Hotel, Tho bedroom doors were locked all day, but the lire i:e;iii must have thrown a light through the window to the curtain of the bed, igniting the papered wall. A bystander Imrst open tho door, svnd others succeeded in putting the flame out with buckets of water. The top corner of the bedroom was burnt. Tlicseeoud dastardly attempt occurred in an hour afterwards, mid was evidently made by the eania mysterious perron setting fire'io a. room in Greeaslade'a Hotel, alto in Argent-street on tho eastern stile. The people rushed about almost mad with rage, and felt it unsafe to bleep in their houses at night. The side of tho room and part of tho roof ?were burnt, but tho flames were soon put out by water in buck...

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CABLE MESSAGES. LONDON, November 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 17 November 1888

GABLE MESSAGES. (From the Sydney Papers. ) Lon'dox, November 12. rue inquest on tue mutilated remains of the woman found iu a room at Spitalfields on last Friday morning has revealed a, strange career. Evidence was tendered to the effect that the latest victim of the Wliiteeliapei monster was bom in Limerick, Ireland, and subsequently removed to Wales, where she married and resided for some time until her husband, -who was ft collier, was killed by au accident in the mine where he worked. She then entered the service of a gentleman, who took her with him to France, but subsequently she left him for his brother, with whom she went to re side at the West End, London. From there she decended lower and lower, until at last she became an outcast and drifted to the slums of the 3£ast End, where she met her terrible fate. In the House of Commons this afternoon, Baron Henry De Worms, Under Secretary of State for the Colonies, in reply to a question, stated that as Mr. Archer, Agent-Oener.il...

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Attempted Murder in the Domain. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 17 November 1888

Attempted Murder in the Domain. A murderous assault with firearms was perpetra iu. ilie Dowtia shortly T before 11 o'clock on AYcil nesilay night, when a labourer uamed Charles Giis sidy, aged 23, residing at Foster's Restaurant, near the railway station, was severely M-ounded by a man M-ho shot him in the face while lie was walk ing through' the Domain. He states that be was proceeding alone, wiiea an unknown man approac hed and, suddenly drawing a revolver, fired it in his face. His left cheek was wounded and black ened with powder. Tlie bullet . entered, the lef 1 1 side of his nose, and, taking an inward course, be came deeply embedded in the cavaity of that organ. His assailant then left, aud Cagsidy, whose wound was bleeding profusely, sought tho aid of the near- ' cst constable. He was taken to the hospital aud attended toby Dr. Fisher. Cassidy has lost a great quantity of blood, and the bullet was so deeply embedded that the doctor was unable to extract it. The police iinmod...

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LONDON. THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 17 November 1888

LONDON. Tiiuksdav. Russia is increasing her military forces on the western frontier liy three divisions of infantry from the Caucasus. Other changes are so being made to increase the strength of the army. It is reported that Austria is about to transfer two divisions of Bohemian troops to Gallacia. Lateh. At a banquet given by the representative of the Non-coinformist Unionist movement, at which Lord Salisbury and Lord Hartingtoii were present, an address was presented to them in favor of sustaining the uniou between Great Bri tain and Ireland, feigned by 800 oat of 900 non conformist clergymen in Ireland. A witness who was examined before the Times Commission deposed that the Ancient Order of Hibernians in America engaged to purchase arms. tffrJIe further alleged that Patrick Fowl and O'Oonovon Rossa Were members of this Society.

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The Bishop's Recent Tour. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 17 November 1888

Tlie Bishop's Recent Tour. In Tuesday's Gonmtriwt Hbrald there is an account of the Anglican Bishop of Goulburn 's recent visitations of the .South Coast district which occu pied twenty three days' continuous travelling, the distance travelled being 41/ miles. Bishop Tho mas aud Mrs. Thomas left ? Goulburn on tlie 3rd October, and came through Bcaidwood and pro ceeded to jNelligen, the mountain road being des seribed as abounding in native beauties, with its exquisite foliage, flowers, and flowering shrubs. At Nelligen they were kindly entertained by Messrs. Hunter, Madge, and Duffy. The Bishop held a confirmation in Nelligeu on the evening of his arrival, Thursday, 4th October, and, the following day crossed the Clyde River twice and reached Bateman's Hay in time tc hold service in the church on the hill at 11.30 a.m., when the Bishop preached to a good congregation. After being entertained by Mr. Guy junior, the Bishop con tinued his journey to Mbgo, where he again preac hed to an...

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OUR TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY FRIDAY, 11.10 A.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 17 November 1888

OUR TELEGRAMS. (raoii odb own coeuespondekt.) SVDNEY Fbidav. 11.10 a.m. At yesterday's stock sales 1500 cattle -were yarded. Prices were down 5s per head, the highest average for bullocks being £9 2s 2d, others frow £3 12s 9d. 23,400 sheep were penned, aud prices were again lower, best merinos bringing 12s fid and others from 4s 4d. In tho Assembly last night the Payment of .Mem bers' BUI was read a thirdtimo, The Budget debate was resumed by Messrs. Wall, Copeland, liuclmiiaii, and Gormley iu opposition, and Mr. Frank Smith in favour. The discussion was further adjourned until Wednesday next. The Bill providing for the payment of the Public Works Committee was read a first time. The Chairman's fen is fixed at four guineas per sitting and the other members throe guineas, ill addition to two guineas for travelling expenses. - ? ? A movement lias been started for erecting a statue in memory of the late Hou, W. B. Dulley. A sensational shooting case occurred at Sand hurst, Victoria, ye...

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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 17 November 1888

GENERAL NEWS. Some time since an action was heard iri the Supreme Court, in which Mr. W. Price, of Queau bcynn, claimed i'1000 damages for an alleged libel published by Mr. J. A. O'Nuill, then proprietor of the Qckanbeyas Times newspaper. The para graph isi question was taken from the Stbsev Daily TELKGiiArif, and was published without any lurtlier comment by dcieuuant. However, a ver dict was returned for £400 aud costs. To satisfy this the defendant's plant was sold, only realisiug £245, not nearly one-half its value. As this did not come near covering the costs, the extreme step iu the way of obtaining satisfaction has been taken, and on Thursday morsiing Mr. O'Neill was arrested and lodged in tlie debtors' prison, at Darlinghurst (says the EvExrxo News). Being practically a peuniless uian with a large family he will have to suffer the iudignity of imprisonment for twelve months, while his family do the best they can to wrestle with the world. A fire broke out on Wednesday night ...

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Weekly Calendar. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 17 November 1888

Weekly Calendar. nimnlHmtt'™!.' Days of Sun Sun Moon's Daysofthotteek u*ntK !BJBCS gBt6 Aga Wednesday ? Nov. 14 4 50 -5 39 U Thcmday ? IS i 50 0 40 12 FstDAy ? „ 10 4 49 6 41 13 SaTOBday ? „ 17 4 49 0 42 14 Sunday ? „ 18 4 48 C 43 35 Mokday ? „ 19 4 48 6 ii 10 I0ESDAT ? „ 20 4 47 0 45 17 MOOS'S PHASE. Full Moon, Nov. 19 at 1.21 a.m. The Braidwood Dispatch. Strenud -ei Prosper^. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 188P,

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

FTTRNER BROTHERS AND JONES. ONE OF THE SIGHTS OF THE CITT. THE PREMIER STORES. You are Invited to walk through these Magnificent Builings. ? o ? TjiNTEBING the DRAPERY DEPARTMENT from Auburn-street -' the first thing that will attract your attention is the immense as sortment of Hen's, Soys' and Youths' Clothing. As we stated in our last advertisement, we get all our Clothing made to our own measurements and ideas direct from the manufacturers, thus it is that The Little Boy's Suit you get from Furner Brothers and Jones for 4/6, you pay elsewhere 7/6. The Youth's Long Trouser Suit you buy for 15/-, you pay £1 for elsewhere. The Gentleman's Suit you get for 25/-, you are asked elsewhere 35/-, and so on. Furner, Brothers, and Jones are remarkable for the CHEAPNESS of their Clothing. WE NEXT VISIT THE Mercery and Hat Department. Here our uniform rule of ' Small profits and Quick Returns ' aiso pre vails. We stud}r the fashion in this department, so that you can always depend upon getti...

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

Parliamcuatry. The real business of the Legislative Assembly on Tuesday commenced with a resolution moved by Mr. Camttkets,— 'That, in the opinion, of this House, there is urgent need for special legislation, pending tlie passing of a Local Government Bill, in order to provide a wore liberal endowment towards municipalities in 'proportion to their rates and con- ; tsibuttoiws for wronScipal pwrpoa».' _Ho contenrtoft tliat the municipalities had not boon treated fairly, and asserted that the colonies of Queensland acted much more liberally in that respect. He main tained that so long us the Local Govonnnent liill was delayed, in justice to the municipalities the endowment should be increased. Sir Henry Parkes followed, and jtointed out that the very fact that the Local Government Bill was about to be introduced was a. reason why this motion should not hi passed. He admitted thai both Queensland and Victoria hod a more perfect municipal «ystcm than we had, still at the same time with ...

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 17 November 1888

LOOAL NEWS. Captain's Fiat.— Mr. R. J. Horn, Assayer and Met&lurgist, has just arranged on behalf of W. A. Honi.aSsq., M.L.A. of Adelaide, for tlie purchase of York Dale, Captain's Flat, at a, good figure. This property is adjacent to tlie Jay Gould claim owned by Cv L. Garland and Co. 'When this nasses into tlie hands of one whom we may jmstly term the Father of the Barrier, it will give a, i reek impetus to mining matters upon the Flat. This gentleman endeavoured to acquire a leading property upon Monaro, but the parties Mould not ncgociatc with him, and it lias proved a great drawback to Cooma owing to the treat ment of the representative sent, there. Slasdeb Actions ? There are two actions for slander pending at the next Braidwood District Court on the 5tk proximo, one from Braidwood aud one from Araluen. Bbaidwooo Police Court.— John O'Hcir, of Berlang, was summoned before James Aldcorn Esq. P.M., on Wednesday last on tlie information of William John Huggart, School Att...

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"ALL THAT CUTTERS IS NOT COLD." CHAPTER II. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 21 November 1888

'ALL THAT GLITTERS IS NOT GOLD.' CHAPTER II. Mrs. Winslow was one of those happy in dividuals who, having money, are not trou bled with poor relations. In fact, she had no relations of any kind in England that she knew of, except an uncle and aunt in easy circumstances who resided at Blackheath, and as she had given up her own house in town, she accepted an invitation to stay with them till her marriage. Their abode was a pretty cottage ornee on the edge of the heath, where they lived in a quiet, com fortable manner, enjoying the good tilings of this world with thankful hearts and smiling faces. Their only child, a daughter, married at an eaaly age, and went with her husband to the West Indies, where she died leaving two little boys, who had been educa ted in England, but were now gone back to their father in Barbadoes ; and as they were the natural heirs to their grandfather's pro perty, Mrs. Winslow had no expectations in that quarter. But she was very fond of her uncle and aunt, ...

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MY WIFE AND I. (A PARODY.) [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 21 November 1888

MY WIFE AND I. (APAROPY.) We've squandered o'er the wide wide world, Full many a pound together. Transgressed all good and moral codes, And lengthened out our tether, Daily we've tritd to increase our pile, And often scratched and fought, With rarely a kiBS, etill less a smile. My Wife and L We've Bought together the festive ' Jew ' And got so beastly tight, That he agreed to take our tip, To pay some other night ; And we ve stood somehow his wild rebuff, As he spoke a piece of his mind, . When our purse was weak, not full enough, My Wife and I. We've ' rowed ' 'ncath the peaceful arbor, Had many a noisy talk, Oft at sunrise left our grassy couch, Where we'd tried a moonlight ' baulk '_ We've both of us lingered in paying our bills, . And watched for a chance too rare, Of firing a volley and robbing the tills, My Wife and I. I've told you all Bins and follies, Dame mischief was pleased to send, And you've always betrayed my confidence, And never proved my friend, You've given me cuf...

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LONDON. MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 21 November 1888

LONDON. MosnAY. An agreement has been signed at St. Petersburg for raising a 4 per cent Russian loan of twenty millions through the agency of an Anglo-French syndicate, which the banks contract to pay in gold before July. The TtMES states that the Chinese Government has learned that a secret treaty has been* entered into between Russia and Corea by which Russia has undertaken to protect Corea in the event of any rupture with China. The Indian Government has decided not to ac- , ceptthe money offered by the native Princes for the defence of India, but urge the Princes to raise bodies of efficient troops, who would be fit for ser vice iu the British cause. Nen'S from Calcutta states that the British force despatched to punish the Hazara tribes has returned from the frontier, the rebels having totally submit ted to the British. Earl Devon is dead. Earl Carnarvon considers that the objections to the appointment of Sir Henry Blake as Governor of Queensland are expressed ii) rough and ill...

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OUR TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY TUESDAY, 11.45 a.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 21 November 1888

OUR TELEGRAMS. v ? (FEOJI OCE OWN CORBESPONDEKT.) SYDNEY Tuesday, 11.45 a. h. At the Homebush stock sales yesterday 1200 cattle were yarded, and the market was very dull, the highest average for bullocks being i'S 19/- and others from £4 12,500 sheep were penned, princi pally of inferior quality. The prices were lower, best merinos bringing 11/7 and others from 3/. The wool sales continue very active, good greasy bringing 8gd to 9d, and scoured 12Jd. The Minister for Lauds has decided that in cases when appeal is frivously, vexatiously, and unneces sarily made to the Appeal Court the £10 deposit must be forfeited. It is rumoured that the Government have com missioned Mr. Goodchap, late Commissioner of Railways, to travel iu Europe and America for two years for the purpose of inspecting and reporting upon the railway systems of those countries at a salary of LI 500 a year. From all parts of Queensland comes news of the dire effects of the prevailing drought. The associated collieries...

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