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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 21 November 1888

Bread! Bread! Bread! /AWING to the rise bi the price of Flour, ou and \J otter MONDAY NEXT. 26U NOVEMBER, the PRICE OF BREAD WILL BE RAISED from 4d to 4{d per 21b. Loaf. R. BRUCE \nntB_ G. FISHER jBakcrs Braidwood, Nov. 10, 1888, Wall Papers. 'Wall Papers. Wall Papers The Largest and Best Assortment ever seen in Itraidwood. Oils, Paints, Kalsomine, Brushes & Colors IN GREAT VARIETY, AM) SELLING CHEAP AT D. S. LINDSAY'S BraidwoodEinporiiun AXD Universal Stores, Wallace-st. Notice to Contractors. mENDERS will be received at Braidwood up to JL NOON on 29th NOVEMBER, for Contracts 121-n. Higghis' Hill, Lockwye Creek 122-n. Milton to Bodalla 123-k. Milton to Bodalla. Specifications may be seen at the Police Offices, Braidwood aud Milton, and for 121-e at Mr. Hig gius'. Tenders to be endorsed and addressed to W. F. BUNDOCK, Road Supt. Roads Office, Braidwood, Nov. 20th, 1888. ODDFELLOWS' HALL, ARALUEN. WEDNESDAY, 21st NOVEMBER, 8 P.M. A GRANnJONCERT WILL BE GIVEN JK THE ABOVE HALL...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 21 November 1888

WANTED, a FEMALE GENERAL SER VANT, another servant kept; wages, 12/. Apply 'to Mrs. J. T. MURPHY, Braiawood; or, to Mrs, BISHOP, Matinees Hotel, Bateman's Bay. Funeral. THE Friends of the late Mr. Fbakois Belt- are respectfully invited to attend Mb FUNERAL, to move from hie late residence at Bendora, and arrive in Braidwood at 3 o'clock p.m. TO-DAY (Wednesday). R. MoDONALD, Undertaker. Notice, . A YELLOW STEEfiTs'yeaw old, with white J\. star in forehead , unbranded , being no w in my tmddoA, which I beiieve to be mine, anyone show ing a better right to the same than myself can ' have it JAMES TORNBULL, BroUwood, Nov. 16, 1688,

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Sugar Duties and Free Trade. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 21 November 1888

The Sugar Duties and Free Trade. A \rriter fn last Saturday's Svp.vev Herald, addressing the editor, says :— Sir,— Your leading article iu the issue of Friday the 2nd instant, ill support of Mr. Pulsford's paper read before the conference at Melbourne, contains the following : — ' 3 f we allowed Queensland sugar lo come in free and charge £5 on Fiji or Mauritius, t-4' German beet sugar, we should practically pro hihittlic import of all hut Queensland sugar. The better course would lie to abolish the duty alto gether. The Government would loose £130,000 per annum, but sugar would be £5 per t -n cheaper, and the deficiency could he made good, without being felt, by au extra duty on tea and coffee.' These few lines, in my opinion contain the sum and substance of the whole matter of free trade and protection and clearly point out the ob ject aimed at by free trade. Let us see what in jury the sugar duties do to us, aud to find this out we must first go away north — to the Clarence, the ...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Late Dr. Drummond. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 21 November 1888

The Late Dr. Druinmond. Further news haB been received privately in Sydney relative to the arrest and suddeu death of the late Dr. Dnimmoinl, who, it will be remem bered, levauted, it was alleged, with £0000 of his wife's money, which he had obtained ostensibly for the purpose of effecting a loan with the Leichardt Council. It is stated that Dr. Drummond's death after his arrest at Colombo was not due to poison iii'\ as was previously supposed, but was owing to failure of the heart's action. It is said that a few weeks that had intervened between his sudden departure and arrest hod brought about a marked change in the appearance of the deceased gentle man, and that few of his old acquaintances would have known him had they seen him casually, as he appeared to the detectives at Colombo. When arrested the ' doctor,' it is said, became greatly excited nnd his features and frame twitched and convulsed painfully. He placed a handkerchief to bis mouth, ana dropped, as if in a fit. On ex a...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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Road Sculling. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 21 November 1888

Itoad Sculling. Advices from New York, dated October 13, stale that the final scores of the six-day road-sculler race are as follows : — Gaudaur 405 miles, Ross 402, Mackey 431, llutaur 391, Hamm 375, Conley 304, Lee 308, Dugan 28J, O'Connor 251, East 183, Teenier 177. The machine used hi this race consists of a light iron frame, which is not unlike the ar rangement of a tricycle. The rear half supports a Davis sliding seat— exactly the thing which all scullers now use. Close to the forward end are the foot-rests, in which the rider places his feet, juBt as a Bculler docs in his boat. These foot-rests serve another purpose, as by them the rider steers the | machine. Two little levers reach fro-ri tin? toes of 1 the foot-rests to the fork which encloses the forward ' I wheel, and by pressing forward either foot the rider ' turns the steering wheel to the right or left as he may desire. To propel (ho machine the sculler takes his place just as lie would iit a shell and pushes the haud...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Amended Land Regulations. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 21 November 1888

Amended Land Regulations. Regulations Nos. 78 and 79, under the Crown Lauds Act of 1884, published on 2nd January 1865, have been amended as hereundcr : — Regulation No. 78 : Every such transfer shall be sigued by the transferor and the transferee in the presence of a barrister, an attorney, a notary public, a magistrate, A commissioner for affidavits, or the Crown Land a gent. Forms of transfer — including a copy on parchment for registration under the l'20th section of the Act — may he obtained at each Laud Office on payment of a fee of 2s Oil. On lodgment of a transfer the sum of 7s fld — in addition to stamp duty~-will he payable for cost of registration in the general office for the registration of deedB. Regu lation No. 79 : If the transferor or transferee is a morksmau his murk must \-e attested by a magis trate, barrister, attorney, or notary public, a further certificate being endorsed by such attesting witness on the transfer that the same was previously read over and expl...

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

Parliamentary. The Legislative Assembly got to work on Thurs day without delay. The twenty questions ou the paper were dealt with, and several questions with out notice were answered. As early as twenty minutes past 5 o'clock the House resolved itself into Committee of Ways and Means, and resumed the financial debate. The first speaker was Mr. Wall, who was followed by Messrs. Buchanan, Copeland, Lakcman, Frank Smith and Gormlcy. The debate was adjourned. On the motion for the adjournment of the House, a long discussion took place ou tilings in general, but the House rose at 20 minutes to midnight. Mr. W. Clarke brought up the Payment of Mem bers' Bill in the Legislative Assembly on Thursday, ' and it was read the first time. The bill, which contains three clauses, is precisely the same as the bill passed through the Legislative Assembly last session, and which was lost iu the Legislative Coun cil. It contains three clauses, the first containing the short title, and providing that t...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CABLE MESSAGES. LONDON, Nov. 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 21 November 1888

CABLE MESSAGES. (From the Sydney Papers. ) London, Nov. 15. Reports have been received to the effect that the White Pasha has fought a great battle with the Dervishes in the Sondaa a.»d was victorious, killing a large number of the Dervishes. Au agreement has been arrived at between the wool brokers aud wool merchants with regard to farthing bids at the wool sales. The terms of the agreement are that such bids shall be received up to lOil,,., after which no less advance than a half penny will be permitted. The first nartv of fanners from Jersey who intend settling on Chafl'ey Brothers' irrigation colony at Mildura, hi Victoria, are about to leave for Australia. Overtures have also been made to a number of French aud Italian wine and olive growers, aud also to the wine-growers in Madeira, with tho view ef inducing them to settle an Mil dura. A caretaker who had been placed iu charge of a farm at Kilbarry, in the county of Cork, from which the tenant had been evicted, has been mur der...

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The Governorship of Queensland. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 21 November 1888

The Governorship of Queensland. The following is a copy of the cable message sent ou Friday by the Administrator of the Government to the Secretary of State iu reply to the request that the reasons of the Government for objecting to the appointment of Sir Henry Arthur Jilakc as Governor of Queensland should be given : — ' Re ferring to vour telegrain of the 12th of November, my Ministers consider— Eirst, that Sir Henry Wake is not known in Australia as a gentleman wlio has administered responsible Government with discre tion and success. Secoud, that the importance of the colony entitles it to a Governor of proved ability and discretion in the administration of re sponsible Government. Third, that his experience in responsible Government is confined to one year's service in Newfoundland. Fourth, that his pre vious experience is, in their opinion, a disqualifica tion for the officeof Governor of Queensland. Fifth, that the expressed disapproval of his apnoiutmeut when announced was s...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 21 November 1888

GENERAL NEWS. A telegram from Alhury on Thursday says : — At the police court to-day a girl seventeen years of ago, the daughter of respectable parents, was com mitted to Gliiilesville luuiitie asylum owing to a serious aberration of intellect. While learning to uliate, the girl fell two or three times, injuring her head, aud it is said the fulls have effected her brain. Mr. Gillies, iu the course of a debate in the Legis alive Assemblv on Thursday, disclaimed anv de sire ou the part of Victoria to appoint her own Governors. The appointment of Governors by Australian Government might prove daugerous iu the time of a great political crisis. Respecting Judge Docker, his actions ou the bench appear to be rather eccentric at times. Here is one of his utterances, which was resurected against him in the Assembly on Wednesday. In a case at Dubbo the Judge said : ' Inotieed from the opening of this case the face of one juryman who, 1 felt convinced, had made up his mind to acquit the prison...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 21 November 1888

Ik Braidwood Dispatch AND MINING JOURNAL XS published every Wednesday and Saturday, J_ at the Office, Wallace-street, Braidwood. The terms of subscription to the Bbaidwood Dispatch are 20b. per annum, or 5s. per quarter, paid in advance, aud Cs. if booked. The quarters respectively terminate on the 31st March, 30th June, 30th September, and 31st December hi each year, at which periods only discontinuance on pay inent of arrears will be received. Intending subscribers are, however, informed that their sub scriptioii will only be charged from the period of commencement to the end of the quarter. TERMS FOR ADVERTISING. The charges for advertising are as follows : — For two lines of space ? Is. Od — four Hues of space ? 2s. Od — eight lines, or one inch ? 3s. Od — every additional eight lines ? Is. 6d All orders for withdrawal of advertisements must be given on or before Monday and Thursday at 6 p.m. Since the late fire the Proprietor has re-stocked with an ENTIRELY NEW PUNT & M...

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A New Wheat. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 21 November 1888

A New Wheat. The Cashel correspondent of the Abgcs reports that harvesting opcratious were commenced on Monday at the Agricultural College, Dookie (Vic toria), upon a paddock which had been sown with wheat known as Steinweal's early prolific. The crop, upon which three reapers aud binders are at work, is a most maguificcnt oue, aud hears testimony to the good results which follow careful farming. This wheat was discovered by a German settler in in South Australia, aud introduced to the college last year. It was sown in May, has received no manuring and no irrigation, the total rainfall from sowing to reaping being 8iu. The immense success which attended the experiment with this new wheat iu a season which has been so unfavourable should recommend it to every fanner in the district ; aud its best property, perhaps, is its early maturing, thus cnaWing it to pass unscvatched 'by the hot winds iu a district where a dry season is a rule. Already several applications have been received by...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Weekly Calender. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 21 November 1888

? Weekly Calendar. r»o.,.nf f (,„ ur,,ni, Oil's of j Sun Sun ^Moon's Dayeof the Week M^th Rjses Scts Ag(Ji Wednesday ? Nov. 21 i 47 0 46 18 TmrasDAY.,, ? „ 22 4 40 fl 40 19 FBIDAV ? 23 4 40 0 47 20 SAnmoAY ? , „ 24 4 40 6 48 21 Sunday ? 25 4 45 6 49 22 Monday ? 20 4 45 0 50 23 Tuesday ? „ 27 4 45 0 51 24 moon's phase. Moon's last quarter, Nov. 27, at 3.25 p.m.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 21 November 1888

FTJENER BROTHERS AND JONES. ONE OF TBS SIGHTS OF TBS CITY. THE PREMIER STORES. You are invited to walk through these Magnificent But lings. 'CENTERING the DRAPERY DEPARTMENT from Auburn-street J-^ the first thing that will attract your attention is the immense as sortment of Men's, Boys' 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 Litti© Boy's Suit jTou get from Fumer Brothers and Jones for 4/6, you pay elsewhere 7/G. 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 \TSIT THE Mercery and Hat Department. Here our uniform rule of ' Small profits and Quick Returns ' aiso pre vails. We study the fashion in this department, so that jrou can always depend upon getting T...

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 21 November 1888

LOOAL NEWS. ? w ? Piscatorial. — The carp which were placed iu Mr. Martin's lagoon at Colombo some throe or four years ago are multiplying and replenishing the waters iu all directions. One of the young Stephens at Larbcrt c&ine into town suid reported that hcV.a-i caught some fine fish iu the river weighing up to a pound and a half each, but he had no idea what sort of fish they were ; but, as fish had never been seen in the river before except eels and a reported cod fish or two, Mr. Payne, who beard of the matter, at once concluded that they were some of the carp which he and Mr. Martin stocked the Colombo lagoon with, and at once proceeded with a waggonette and two horses taking with him a net and a couple of casks, for the purpose of catching some of them. Mr. Oracle accompanied him. Upon their nrrival at Larbert they found a small lagoon just below Mr. Bassingthwaite's literally crammed with them. They put in the net and in one haul drew iu about 700. Mr. Payne informs...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 21 November 1888

DEATH. At Bcndora, near Braidwood on Ike 19th instant, Fbakcis Bell, aged 30, leaving a widow and nine children to mourn tlicir loss. The Braidwood Dispatch. SlreniU el Prosptrd. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 188P,

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CABLE MESSAGES. LONDON, November 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 24 November 1888

CABLE MESSAGES. (From the Sydney Papers.) Lovdox. November 10. In the House of Commons to-day Mr. Peter O'Brien, Q.C., Solicitor-General for Ireland, in the absence, through ill-health, of the Chief Secretary, Mr. A. J. Balfour, introduced a motion that the sum of £5,000,000 should be granted for carrying out and extending Lord Ashbourne's Holdings (Ireland) Act, which provides for advances to ten ants to enable them to purchase their holdings. Mr. O'Brien urged that the measure had so far nroved a sieual success. The motion for the detention of the Holdings Act was opposed by Mr. Gladstone, who argued that the measure tended to make the State the im mediate landlord. He affirmed that the necessity of dealing with the question of arrears of rent in Ireland was more urgent than it had been in the case of the Crofters, where such provisions had been granted. Mr. Goschen, Chancellor of the Exchequer, urged that the system of purchase was steadily producing the pacification of Ireland, ...

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HER OWN WAY. CHAPTER I. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 24 November 1888

HER OWN WAY. CHAPTER I. A Wjuim, sunny afternoon in June. The bees humming about a prim, old-fashioned garden, which is blazing in all its summer beauty of stocks, sweet villiams, gilliflowers, pansics, geraniums, and countless trees of standard roses — red, white, and pink. The bees are holding high festival amongst all this dainty and delicate food; but the chief point of attraction — the piece de resis tance, in fact — seems to be the beautiful rose that grows round a diamond-paned case ment. Here they have congregated largely, apparently liking this flavour better than any other in the garden. One of them, who seems of a roving uatu re, detaches himself from his fellows, and flics round for a while in search of fresh excite ment, and, after much hesitation, makes a plunge in at the open window, and looks about him. He sees a long, low room, in which the furniture seems all square and prim — straight, high-backed chairs, a few family portraits round the walls, with a landscape th...

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OUR TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY MONDAY, 11.15 A.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 24 November 1888

OUR TELEGRAMS. ? 9 ? (1'BOM OUB OWN COREKSP0-T)ENT.) SYDNEY Monday, 11.15 a.m. At the Homcbush stock sales yesterday 1200 cattle were yarded and the market was depressed, best beef ouly bringing IS/- per cwt. Best bullocks realised £0 1 7/3 aud others from £4 1/9. 25,000 sheep were penned aud prices declined a shilling. Best meiiuos brought 10/6, others from 4/- and a few crossbreds J2/3. In the Assembly last night the Premier read a telegram from the Queensland Premier cougratu latiiig him on the result of his resolutions in regard to Colonial Governors, and urging Sir Henry Parkes to make some proposition to bring the colonies all into a united Federal Council. The announcement was received with cheers from both sides of the House. The Financial debate was continued by Messrs. Garvan, Lyne, Tonkin aud Ellis, and was further adjourned till Wednesday next. Mr. Garran charged the Treasurer with keeping the public .?iccouuts improperly and cxpeuding loan monies for unproductive works ...

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SUNSHINE ON A RAINY DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 24 November 1888

SVJVSHINE ON A RAINY BAT. 'I love her! I love her!' John mentally said, As be Jiold his umbrella O'er Mary's fair head, And sighed to himself, As the summer rain fell, — ?? How dearly I love her I never can teU.' But dear little Mary, The old farmer's pet, Being glad of her shelter, And loth to get wet, Clung close to her lover, And chattered to him, 'Keath the guod old umbrella's Dark shadowy brim. They talked of the season, They talked of the crops, The changeable weather, The failure in hops ; But their fond eyes oft met, Till he murmured— ' I'll tell her The love of my heart, Underneath this umbrella.' The blushes were many ; The words they were few ; While the raindrops above Beat a silvery tattoo ; But the story was told, I must truly confess, And two rosy lipa Whispered, lovingly,— ' Yes !' Now in their fair cottage (For wedded arc they), Among the few treasures They value to-day, In soft, silken cover, (An innocent ruse) Hangs this faded umbrella, Too precious for use. —Sele...

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