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LONDON. MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 28 November 1888

LONDON. Monday. Tiie British force have succeeded in tranquilisiiig Thibet. The latter forces are dispersing to their stroiigholds.1 Gnatong and Gontok on the main road to Sikkim have been garrisoned by the British until peace is permanently established. The Times states if the rights of the colonies to the appointment of & Governor is conceded. Lord would account to a pratical veto on such appoint ment. Absolute independence would constitute the ultimate bond between England and the colonies and the claims of Sir Henry Pai-kes would exclude from the position of Colonial Governors able men who have earned a position in India and the crown colonies. General Boulauger asserts that peace could be enforced by France only by a firm and dignified at titude. Heavy gales occcurred in England last week. The storms were very destructive on the coast, and many shipping casualties are reported. Later. Seven slavers have been caiieured off tlie Zanzibar coast. Cergo Mackenzie, who visite...

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 — 28 November 1888

GENERAL NEWS. A telegram from Melbourne says : — A strange occurrence took place at Clinton Hill on Thursday evening. A man named Jo'nu Ferguson, aged 89, residing iu North Fitzroy, jumped irora the Mcrri Creek bridge into the tlried-up bed of the stream, a distance of fifty feet, amongst bluestone boulders. Hu only sustained might internal injuries, not a bone being broken. Ho stated that he was chased through the streets by the executioner, who was following him with an axe to cut his head off, and that he jumped over ihe bridge to escape being murdered. A serious stabbing aflray took place at ISchuca, Victoria, on Wednesday morning. A young man named James Moore chased a woman with a knife but failed to catch her. He, however, succeeded in stabbing a man named Smith, who ?wasis the woman's company. Smith is iu aserious con.ditiou, aud Mraiie has been locked up on a. chargo of attempt to murder. The cause of the affair was jealousy over the woman Wilson. Frederick O. Uruce, a jii'...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Weekly Calendar. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 28 November 1888

? Weekly Calendar. ? n.v.nf«,.w»b Daysof 1 Suu I Sim Moon's Dayaof the Week Mo^th R;BDB gcts Ag0_ Wednesday ? Nov. 28 4 44 0 52 0 TmmsDAV ? „ 29 4 44 fi .13 0 ITltiiuy ? „ 30 4 44 0 5t 0 Satokday ? Dec. 1 4 H fi r-5 0 Scsdav ? „ 2 4 « e an o Mokpav ? „ 3 4 44 0 50 K Tojgsday ? ,. 4 4 44 0 57 1 ? 1 ' hook's nose. New Moon, Dec. 3, at 3.10 p.m. The Braldwood Dispatch, SlMntti.ct Prosper^. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 2S, 1S8P.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 28 November 1888

~ FURNER BROTHERS AND TONES. ONE OF THE SIGHTS Of THE CITY. THE PREMIER STORES. You are invited to walk through these Magnificent Builfngs. 'CENTERING the DRAPERY DEPARTMENT from Auburn-street ?*-* 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 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 ERCERY 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 you can always depend upon getting Th...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Parliamentary. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 28 November 1888

Parliamentary. There were only nine questions on the business paper of the Legislative Assembly on Thursday, which were asked ana answered. Sir Henry Par kes read to the House a telegram he had received from Sir Thomas WHwraith, thanking him for the action he had taken with regard to the question of appointments to Colonial Governorships. The Premier, iu reply to Mr. Fletcher, said he would have uo objection to allow the Payment of Mem bers Bill to ue discussed when the financial debate was finished. It was about 6 o'clock when the Legislative *ui»mli~*v. linvinir cot through all the nrcliminarv and formal business, resolved itself iuto committee of the whole, in order to resume the financial de bate. Mr. Garvan, who had spoken more tliau once ou tlio subject last week, now repeated his charges against the Treasurer, whom he accused of having kept his accounts improperly, of having expended loan moneys for unproductive works, iinrt of having used public money for the improve ment of...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 28 November 1888

LOCAL NEWS. ? v ? A Ruksaway Horse. — On Thursday evening last, as Mr. Grant the manager of the Day Dawn at Settlers' Flat was driving home from Braidwood, lie stopped for a few minutes to deliver a message at Mrs. Bricc's hotel at Sergeant's Point, during which the horse got loose from Ids fastening aim Kln.rlj^il riff 'it. will* inst. ji.ffrr iIurI? nnd tlin im^li!. was very dark. Mr. (3 rant and several others van after him but they could, not overhaul him, the horse fjoing at full gallop for home. The road from the Point to the mine is little better than a bush track, and that none of the best in some places, so that Mr. Grant made up his mind to find his buggy smashed to pieces, and tlie horse seriously injured. When he got to the mine he was agreeably surprised however, to discover that neither vehicle nor animal had received a single scratch, The track in many places will not allow a divergence of more than a few inches on cither eide without coming iuto collision with a tree...

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A PLEA FOR THE SCHOOL HOLIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 1 December 1888

A PLEA FOE THE SHOOL HOLIDAY. Only o day la the country ! This is the children's plea ; Can you hear it away on the moorlands, Or down by the breezy sea 1 A single day to bo happy In the outside world that is fair ; Who will help in the granting Of the poor men's children^ prayers J You know how your own dear children Are passing their happy days, By the yellow sands of the ocean Or the beautiful fiower-filled ways, Or at play in the amplo garden. Or abroad in the world of green, Where there's always something to bo enjoyed, Or something new to be seen. And these others are just as eager For the grass beneath their feet, And the leafy roof spread overhead Aud the scent of the roses sweet. Oh, give them a day in the meadows, Or away in the forest's shade ; Let them see for awhile how fair aud good Is the world which their God has made. It costs so little to purchase A child's delight for a day, You would forget it to-morrow, But with him it would always stay. Then buy for yourselves ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 1 December 1888

A. G BAH A M, THE PEOPLE'S TAILOR, IN thanking ' the public of Braidwood and surrounding District for their liberal support since he has started Business in Braidwood, wishes it to be understood that he is in NO WAY CONNECTED with any DRAPER Oil TAILOR, as they class themselves, and also invites the Public to inspect his STOCK OF OVER 100 TWEEDS, from which they can choose ' their own Patterns aud avoid being compelled to select from pattern cards. A. G. further wishes to draw the public attention to his GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES. TWEED SUITS, to order (hand made) ? £3 3 0 TROUSERS, to order ? 0 16 0 ; TROUSERS & VEST, to order ' ? 1 13 0 A. G. wishes it bo distinctly understood that lie keeps no Machines, and. customers may rely upon their orders being executed as hitherto with all hand sewing. Pioneer IIIKj Wa'aceand z^^^^^^^^L Duncan sts., Coach Factory,^^^^^^ Braidwood W. BRIDGEMENT, Proprietor. WB., in thanking the Public of Braidwood for their liberal...

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HER OWN WAY. CHAPTER III. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 1 December 1888

HER OWN WAY. CHAPTER III. ' A fortnight passed away. It had flown very pleasantly for Marion. Her new ad mirer had found but too little difficulty in persuading her to meet him daily, and during these stolen interviews, under the guise of showing her how wicked was her red-faced fiance, he had, with skilful and delicate touches, drawn comparison between Hugh Middleton and himself — comparisons which Marion never perceived all tended to the crying down of that unfortunate young man, who hod been condemned without the least pretence of a trial. But Marion was happy — at least, as happy as any maiden is with the unrest of love upon her. She was wretched until she reached the trysting tree and heard the sweet melody of his voice again, and then some chance word would make a discord of the harmony, and she was unhappy again, thinking lie thought ill of her for coining to meet him, and would flee homewards, only to wish her self back again before she had flown ten paces. One circumstance ...

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Arrival of Cardinal Moran. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 1 December 1888

Arrival of Cardinal Moral). . Cardinal Moran arrived in Sydney by tlio Cussco on Thursday morning. The preparations made for welcoming his Eminence on his return after a some what lengthy absence, were marked by that hearti ness which characterises every action of the religions hnify of which His Eminence is the head iu the colony. AI! classes of the community were repie suntutl, and at least !300 people thronged the wharves after the departure of the various steamers down the harbour. The steam launch Premier, which had been placed nt the disposal of Mr. D. O'Connor for the accommodation of the committee, and half-a-dozen other boats proceed to Watson's Bay, carrying members of the H, A. C. B. S., the various Guilds, and friends of the Church) to await the arrival of the Cuseo. The fleet was under the direction of Captain Mat. Byrne, who hoisted his commodore's flag on the Princess. The sight as the Jarge fleet drew up in Watson's Bay to await the arrival of the Cuseo was a most im...

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OUR TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, FRIDAY, 11.50 A.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 1 December 1888

OUR TELEGRAMS. ? -* ? (FBOII OCR OWK COBBESrOI-*DEST.) SYDNEY B ' Friday-. 11.50 a.u. II At the Homebush Stock sales yesterday H50 B cattle were yarded and the market was dull, prices , B . closiug weaker. The best bullocks averaging £7 B and others from £4 8/. 24,000 sheep were penned. Bj Prime was unaltered and others were lower. Best ^B merinos brought 11/- aud others from 3/1. ? Iu the Assembly last night Mr, Dibbs gave notice fl of a vote of censure on Government. He desired B to proceed business, but the Opposition showed a B determination to prevent it by talking against time. B. This led to a scene ot considerable disorder and JBl confusion which lasted till eight o'clock, when-ar- *fi?i rangements were mode by which the Public Works Bj resolutions were allowed to go through. The House B theu adjourned at !0 o'clock tiil to-day, wheu the H vote of censure will be proceeded with. BL About three hundred gentlemen were present at ?S' uuuijuul k- air. uooucuap last nignt. sir Jo...

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The Wollongong Council and the Army. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 1 December 1888

TJic Wolloiigong Council and the Army. The members of the Salvation Army who were imprisoned for a breach of the municipal by-laws, prohibiting musical proc ??s-itis in fie streets wilh out pe'-m-rfSt'Hi of i'1--1 M'i--,:i-o i-i'tituthg \im ceediuyH iniivi '» ? V ? ? l - ? iJomug'u Coun ci t'jrcni1:'! t'ieiii. ? t -n-i ;-'ui.saiie«s. The highest i.idividu A claim is 1)0.;.), whim a Salvationist was twice imprisoned, the lowest c'aim being for £301). Tliu total amount of claims is £3500. They offer as a compromise, if effected within one week, to withdraw these claims if the whole of their expen ses are paid by the Council. The matter has been referred to the Council's solicitor. The Mayor aud the majority of aldermen regard the threatened prosecutions with indifference, the Mayor having proceeded on a lengthened holiday tour. It is claimed that the Attorney-General, having sanctio ned the bye-law, the liability rests with the Government and not with the Council. Whichever way it goe...

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CABLE MESSAGES. LONDON, November 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 1 December 1888

GABLE MESSAGES. Losnos, November 26. A match lor VMi) aside and the sculling cham pionship ol America, was rowed on^ Saturday be tween Johu Teenier, the United States champion, and O'Connor a Cauadiari, The length of the course was three miles. O'Connor was made the favourite in the batting, odds of a hundred to sixty being laid on him. An even start was ef fected, bnt O'Connor soon took a lead, which at the distance he had increased to three lengths and n, half. At the home stretch Teenier made a game but vain effort to reduce the gap between O'Connor .ind himself. O'Connor ultimately won by ten lengths, in 20min. 33sec. O'Connor ?will proceed to Australia to row Searle for the Championship of of the World, and Teenier %rill probably accompany him. News of a horrible tragedy is to hand from the Midlands. A railway sigualmau employed at a station iu a village of Staffordshire, murdered his wue aim usicKcti me uouy in a ieariui manner. Ho then proceeded to gUy his two children, whom ...

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A Romantic Suicide [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 1 December 1888

A Romantic Suicide Mr. H. T. Wilkinson, J.P., the acting-coroner, held a magisterial inquiry at the South Sydney Morgue on Monday afternoon, touching the death of a man named John Ryan, who was found dead uudcr a tree near Strathfield on the previous morn ing with a bullet wound in his head. It transpired from the evidence that the deceased was forty-five years of age, and a single man. ? He had recently been in the employ of a Mr. R. H. W. Frazer, of Strathfield, as a gardener. Dr. Frederick Wadham deposed to examining the body, aud found a jagged wound on the left side of the head. The bullet had traversed iu an upward direction, a.ud lay embed ded in the skull. Death was due to the injury to the head. Ellen O'Connor, a domestic in the em ploy of Mr. Frazer, stated that deceased asked her on Thursday last to go out for a walk with him, but she refused, and he then seemed disappointed, and became very strange in his manner. The following letters, written in lead pencil and in the d...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 1 December 1888

?\TTE, THE UNDE11SIGNED BUSINESS PEOPLE OF BEATDWOOD, hav W decided to CLOSE OUR PHEMTSBS ON MONDAY, 24t!i DECEMBEI (tlic day preceding Christmas Day) so as to have FOUR DAYS' HOLIDAY. Wo -wil therefore be closed from SATURDAY NIGHT, 22nd DECEMBER, until THURSDAY MORNING, 27th DECEMBER C. B. Payne E. M. Biggins D. S. Lindsay Nam You * A. Vider W. R. Gall W. Haywood and Co. Kom Chong James Maker Alex. Fraser Robert Sindel. The public will kindly remember that SATURDAY, 22ud DECEMBER, will be CHRISTMAS EVE. Important Announcement. AUSTRALIAN STORES. DISCOUNT SALE. DISCOUNT SALE. ? o ? 10 Per Cent or 2s in the £ returned. 10 Per Cenf or 2s in the £ Returned, ? 0: ? OWING to the near, approach of Xmas, and in order to give householders the advantage of purchasing their requirements at the Lowest Possible Prices, I have re solved upon holding a 10 PER CENT DISCOUNT SALE DURING THE whole of THE PERSENT MONTH, when all cash purchasers will have 10 per cent, or 2s in the the £ returned. Cas...

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Parliamentary. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 1 December 1888

Parliamentary. Tlip Legislative Assembly got to work very quickly on Tuesday. The questions on the paper were asked and answered, and there were unusually few questions without notice. Mr. Hutchison obtained leave to go into commit tee oa Tuesday to consider the expediency of intro ducing a Local Option Bill. Mr. O'Sullivan's motion for correspondence in the case of Senior constable Berry was agreed to. That the third reading of the Payment of Members Bill wasagrecd to Without debate goes without saying. About 5 o'clock Mr. Cojjeland rose to move his resolution — ' That with a view to encouraging our agricultural and manufacturing pursuits it is desir able that Customs duties bo levied on all imported articles winch enter into competition with our own industries.' The lion, gentleman spoke for about an hour and a-half. He stated that whenever we have a scarcity we have to look to protection coun tries to supply us with food, lie did not expect the resolution to be carried, though th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 1 December 1888

WANTED, a GENBBAfi SERVANT'. Mes. KILGOUR, Wallace -street. WANTED, a GOOD GENERAL SERVANT, Good wages given. Apply, «. . Mbs. -f, B0LAND. ? \ Willow Tree Inn, : \ Brftldwpod,

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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 1 December 1888

Gt-BNEBAL NEWS. A telegram from Broken Hill reports : — A fatal accident occurred at the Proprietary mines at 4 o'clock ou Monday morning to James Rolling. He and hU mate were timbering an old mullock pass south of Rasp's shaft, aud communicating with the X50ft. level of that shaft. They were cutting away the rock iu order to get a set of timber in, when the mass came down, carrying Rolling with it to the floor below. He was killed instantly, but there are no marks on the body to show that it was crushed. The rock had been carefully sounded beforehand and was considered safe, hut it was overhaugiug a little and it would have been better had the men shored it up before proceeding to work. No blarae is attached to anyone concerned, The proprietors of the South Austbamax Re gistf.r decline to accept the invitation of the Trades and Labour Council to attend a conference to dis cuss the matter iu dispute between themselves and their compositors. On Wednesday the Payment of Members Bill w...

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Weekly Calendar. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 1 December 1888

Weekly Calendar. T».».n*«,»wM\, Daysof I Sun Sun JMoon's Daysof the Week M^uth RisBS Sete Age Wednesday ? Nov. 28 4 44 6 62 0 TncusBA* ? „ 29 4 44 6 53 0 Fejday ? , 30 4 44 6 54 0 Saturday ? Due. 1 4 44 6 55 0 Sdkdav ? , 2 4 44 0 56 0 Monday ? , 3 4 44 C 56 N Tobsday ? „ 4 4 44 0 57 1 moon's vhase. New Moon, Dec. 3, at 3.10 p.m.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 1 December 1888

? ONE OF THE SIGHTS OF THE CIT7. THE PREMIER STORES. You arc invited to walk through these Magnificent ISuiliugs. TjWTERING 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 Little Boy's Suit you get from Furner Brothers and Jones for 4/6, you pay elsewhere 7/6. T ' e Youth's Long Trouser Suit you buy for 15/-, you pay £1 for elsewhere. ne 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 ERCERY AND HAT DEPARTMENT. Here r uniform rule of ' Small profits and Quick Returns ' aiso pre vails. We study the fashion in this department, so that you can always depend upon getting i The Latest Hat, I The Nobbie...

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