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

LOCAL NEWS. _ ? A ? Bcogv Accident. — On Wednesday morning last Mr. Willis, Inspector of Schools, was proceeding out in the country on business connected with his department when he met with a narrow escape. He was accompanied by Mrs. Willis, aud when immediately opposite the bar door of the Commer cial a runaway horse coining at full tear down the footpath ran into the buggy, the force of the col lision causing the vehicle to almost capsize, the two occupants being thrown out on the road. The horse jumped away and bolted down the hill with the buggy, but it had not gone far before its fur ther progress was arrested by coining in contact with a cart which was being driven down the hill. The buggy was almost smashed to pieces, and the horse, Treeing itself from the harness, galloped away uninjured. Meauwhile Mr. Willis, who wa3 cial and immediately sent a messenger for Dr. Cummings, who found that bej'ond a severe shock Mrs. Willis was otherwise unharmed. The run away horse which was...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 1 December 1888

BIRTH. Otf November 12th, at Atbol Cottage, Jlraidwood, the wife of Ueksy V. Maduobu., of a son, DEATH. At the residence of her boh James, on the 20th November, JaNH, the wife of the late l'aul Burke, of Jiiiglemony, aged 79 years. The Braidwood Dispatch. Slrentti el Prospers. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 1, 188?.

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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F. L. Barker's Weekly Report. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 5 December 1888

F. L. Barker's Week!}' Report* Sheepskins. — The market continues firm, aiuloii Thursday I was again successful in obtaining 5Jd, tne top price of the week. I can quote best fuH woolled to 55*1 ; fair quality and medium growth, 4d to 4}d ; short- wjolled, 3d to 4d ; pelts, 2d to 3d per lb. Green skius unchanged in value. LEATnEB. — Sole is in good demand, and prefer ence is shown for light coloured parcels. 7|d for rough tannages and 7Jd to Sd for better descrip tions are paid ; kip, 9dto lljd ; tweed, 12d to 16(1 ; calf, 18d to 22d ; harness, 9H to lUd per lb. Bridle and bag, 0s to 40a 8d per side ; shoe liazil, 5s to 6s per dozen, . lr Hides, — Prime era$ -heavies were scarce, and brought extreme ratejvirlz,, *ronl 3Jd to4§d, which latter fimire I obtained for the well-knmni .Tfi brand. Ordinary heavies are worth 2Jd to 3Jd ; %ht and medium, 2Jd to 2?d j dry, 3d to 3Jd ; damaged, IJd to 2$d per lb. Tailow. — Agaiu prices have advanced, shippers and local consumers competing very s...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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HER OWN WAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 5 December 1888

HER OWN WAY. Now, if there was one moment during the day in which Miss EUsmere was more an noyed at interruptions than another it was this ; so, of course, Marion fixed upon it as the right one to seek her aunt's counsel. ' Aunt,' she cried, as that lady was mak ing for the door, ' I wanted to speak to you.' A cloud gathered on Miss Ellsmere's brow. 'What is it?' she demanded, sternly. ' I — I -wanted w- ask you sometliing about to-morrow,' Marion faltered. 'Ask away, then- Only make haste, or I shall not have time to tell cook not to stew the Rten.lt Vrnfore she has beerun to f rv it. I think it will make a nicer pie, Marion, than a stew.' 11 Yes, aunt, only ? ' 'You think it too thick? Well, I am pleased to see you remember some of my lessons,' said Miss EUsmere, actually smiling. 'It wasn't that, aunt,' Marion took courage from the smile to say. ' I wanted to tell you, to ask you to — to — to say I — I — can't — can't marry Mr. Middletou.' 'Not marry Mr. Middleton! Fiddle sticks ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 5 December 1888

Qi\ Wednesday evening Mr. C. A. Goodchap was presented with an address and purse of 500 sove reigns to mark the esteem entertained for him by the railway and tramway employees. Mr, Goodchap presented the sum to a Mechanics' School of Arts for railway employees. The instmtiou besides providing a place of ft meeting will have a circula tion library, the books inwliicli will be distributed to the employees throughout the lines. A subsidy equal to the amount will be given by the Govern ment,

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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Parliamentary. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 5 December 1888

Parliamentary. The, motion of censure, by Mr. Dibbs, formed the riEi'K MS HJ2SISTAXCU in tho Legislative Assembly ou Friday. The only two questions on the paper were postponed, and for once there were no questions without notice. The Government postponed all their notices of motion, and the only matter dealt with was a motion grautiug leave of absence for tho remainder of the session to 'Mr. D. A. Ferguson, member for Wellington, on account of family bereavement. Mr. IMbbs then rose and moved, — j ' 1, That this House, while desirous that provision 1 may bo niado for the public service, and the finan cial business, which is urgent, may be dealt with beforo the and of the year, and while anxious and willing to grant the necessary supply for tho ensuing year, js of opinion that the statement of ways and means, submitted on tho 31et October, should be referred back to the Treasurer, in order that a just statement of the financial position of .the country may belaid before Parliament, a...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 5 December 1888

I NOTICE . ? ..-'..- — ? o — — ,-, ,..? ?- - ----- --*-.???-- I TTAVING taken over tlie Stock-in-Trade -o£ Nom Chong, who is obliged to retire from I Jtl business owing to ill-health, «nd having COMPLETED THE ST0CK4?Md:N&, I I have made -. . ? ; ' W I Very Considerable Reductions I In All Leading: Uines I ?.?-??- SUCA AS I; Grocery,^ ?;;. ; I Drapery, .% I Ironmongery, Crockery, Saddlery, Iron Bedsteads, Double and Single Beds, Men's, Women's, and Chil dren's Boots and Shoes, Jewellery, &c, ? ' ? r-: » ? v: *'? f* In fact in every article required, in a General Store, but too numerous' for an advertisement. i ' ? o ? 1 ALSO FOR SALE j TKree New Buggies Buggy Harness, now And a First-class Harness Horse. ? o ? As the Stock on hand MUST BE SOLD in order to commence business WITH AN ENTIRELY NEW STOCK in the New Premises now being completed, and which must be occupied early next month, all stock now on hand will be offered to the public at RIDICULOUSLY LOW RATES FOR CAS...

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Bankruptcy. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 5 December 1888

Bankruptcy. A special examination meeting iu the estate of Peter Hush, formerly of Braidwood, now a con finee in Goulbuni jail, was held at Goulburu on Thursday before tbedistiict registrar. Mr. Caution appeared for the official assignee. Bankrupt, examined by air. Gannon, deposed that it was since be was sentenced to imprison ment for obtaining cattle by false pretences that he became a bankrupt ; before bis imprisonment he was a cattle-dealer, living uear Braidwood ; he bad been following the occupation for five or six years ; he liiid had transactions with Mr. Chapman of Braidwood, auctioneer, Juring that period ; hie lust transaction with Mr. Chapman was in August last when he sold some cattle for witness ; there were about fifty or fifty-one head ; witness believed they were sold privately : they were offered by auction and uot sold ; they were bought by a man named James Kilcy, who lives near me anoainavenj witness believed they were sold for 35/- per head ; lie had received n...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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OUR TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY TUESDAY, 11.30 A.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 5 December 1888

OUR TELEGRAMS. (FROM OUE OWK COREESroXDEKT.) SYDNEY Tuesday, 11.30 a.m. At the HomebusU stock sales yesterday, S60 tattle were yarded and prices advanced from ten to fifteen shillings, best bullocks averaging £7 3s 2d and others from £5 C/6. 14360 sheep were penned, best reaching 12s Od aud others from 3s. At yesterday's wool sales there was a numerous attendance of buyers ami bidding were brisk but prices were without material alteration. At Hamilton, Victoria, yesterday afternoon a young man named Smith took up a revolver not knowing that the weapon was loaded. He pointed it at his mother and pulled tlie trigger, snooting h-T through the temple, causing instantaneous death. j lie ooverameuc intend submitting several rail way proposals to the Railway Commissioners during the next few days. Searle and Sandall will probably again' contest the amateur boxing championship. The Minister for Justice!is considering the desira bility of having life sentence denned, so as to mean some fixed...

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For the Overworked Brain. USE HORSFORD'S ACID PHOSPHATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 5 December 1888

For the Overworked Braiu. Use Hoissfoud's Acid Phosphate. Db. Tnos. Davidsok, L.R.C.P., andS.,Gosforth, Jfewoastle-oa-Tyne, England, 6ajrs : 'I find it an excellent tonic in cases of mental anxiety induced by over-study in clergymen, and others,'

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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EPITAPH OF A TIRED WOMAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 5 December 1888

EPITAPH OF A TIRED WOMAN. Here lies a poor woman who always was tired, For she lived in a place ?where help wasn't hired ; Her last words on earth were : ' Dear fiiendB, I am going Where washing ain't done, nor sweeping nor sewing; And everything there ia exact to my wishes, For where they don't eat there's no washing of dishes. I'll be where loud autlieme forever are ringing, Bat, having no voice, I'll get rid of singing. Don't weep for roe sow, don't weep for me never, For I'm going to do nothing for ever and ever.' — Christian Ukiok.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 5 December 1888

GENERAL NEWS. ? * ? ? Mr. Fred Cole of Foxlowe had a uarrowj escape from being burnt out last Friday, (says the Qceajt bevai? Agk) ; the wood heap caught fire from some sparks from an adjacent fire tvhich had bceu used for washing, aud the wind being high, fanned the flames which caught the cart-shed, and it was with difficulty the cart was saved. The flames were within a few feet of the kitchen when fortunately Mr. Cole aud his sou came home, aud after gome trouble succeeded iu subduing the fire It was fortunate Mr. Cole returned when he did, else hi a few minutes the dwelling would have caught as the kitchen adjoined it. Thomas Juke, described as a surgeon, was ou Thursday ?committed for trial for attempting to commit suicide at Redfciu. ihe combined maritime organisations ot the colonies intend to make a united stand against the employment of coolie labor. In the Assembly ou Thursday Sir. O'Sullivan asked how it was that the district of Queanbcyan was left without a police magist...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 5 December 1888

ycrsuc mro'acxcnfL ,, a. sbTh a m, * THE PEOPLE'S TAILOR, IK thanking the public of Braidwood and surrounding District for their liberal support since lie lias started Business in Braidwood, wishes it to be understood that lie is in NO WAY CONNECTED with any: ' ? DRAPUR OB TAILOR, as they class themselves, and also invites the Public to inspect lib STOCK OF OVER 100 TWEEDS, from which they can choose their own Patterns and avoid Wing compelled to select from pattern cards. A. G. further wishes to draw the public attrition to hisGREAT REDUCTION IN TRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES. TW35ED SUITS, to order (liati-\ made) ? £3 3 0 TROUSERS, to order ? ? 0 16 6 TROUSERS & VEST, to order ? „. 1 13 0 A. G. wishes it be distinctly understood that lie keeps no Machines, aiid customers may rely upon their orders being executed as hitherto with all hand sewing. Pioneer JtKj Waiia°eand Coach Factory ?^^^j^^-Braidwood W. BRIDGEMENT, Proprietor. WB., iu thanking the Public of Braid wood for their ...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CABLE MESSAGES. LONDON, Nov. 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 5 December 1888

CABLE MESSAGES. ? v ? (From tbe Sydney Papers.) Losdok, Nov. 29. In the House of Commons this evening Sir James Fergusson, Under-Secretary for Foreign Affaii-s, announced that the British Counsul at Samoa had been instructed to abstain from intervening in the civil war in that country except in so far as may be necessary to protect tho lives and property of British subjects. He was unable to state the measures which the Powers intended to adopt with the view of restoring order. Iu a match between the Maori team of foot ballers and a team selected from Liverpool aud district, the former won by a goal and six tries to nothing. The Radical party were winning the elections iu Servia, but King Milan quashed them on the ground that they were irregular. A shocking outrage has been committed at a cemetery iu Wcstmeath, Ireland. The victim of an agrarian murder recently committed was buried iu the grave of his sister, the coffin being placed undermost. During the night the grave was re opene...

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 — 5 December 1888

Weekly Calendar. n ,-«t*i.«tv«»v Bays of 1 Sun \ Sun Moon's Daysof tho Week u^ RUo& Seta Ag0- Wednesday ? Dkc. 5 i U 6 d8 2 Tuoiisday ? „ -- 4 44 6 59 3 Friday ? „ 7 4 44 7 ! 4 Satobdav ? „ 8 4 44 7 2 5 Sunday ? „ 9 4 44 7 3 6 Monday ? „ 10 - 4 44 7 4 7 Tdbsdat ? 11 4 44 7 5 8 moon's wiase. Now Moon, Dec. S, at 3.10 p.m. The Braidwood Dispatch. Slrenui el Prosperi. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 6, 188?,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 5 December 1888

/ -i' Diseased Nature oftentimes breaks forth in ' 0 strange eruptions'. — Act iii, Scene 1. *y To the Public. SOME Patients suffering from nervous affections are afraid from sheer bushfulncss and modesty to PERSONALLY consult a medical man — other patients have not the self possession and coolness when in the consulting room to accuruately describe their symptoms — their habits of life, and the nature of the disease they suffer from. Let such persons (he or she) sit quietly down in the privacy of their own apartments, and with calm mind describe clearly each symptom of their case, a clear statement thus written, and laid be fore me, is far preferable in nervooh diseases to a personal consultation. Where, however, a disease is of a peculiar and exceptional character, a per sonal consultation may become necessary ; but my success in correspondence is so great, that of the thousands upon thousands whom I have treated by letter during the last 32 years, not a single mistake has even oc...

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Braidwood Police Court. MONDAY, DEC. 3, 1888. (Before Messrs. John Wallace and W. J. Chapman.) [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 5 December 1888

Braidwood Police Court. Monday, Dec. 3, 1888. (Before Messrs John Wallace and XV. J. Chapman.) James Cuimnings was charged with having at Braidwood on Saturday last obtained from Charles Martin a silver watch and other goods of the value of £5 10/- together with certain money by false pretences, viz., by means of a valueless cheque. Seuior-Ccnstabic MclCeon stated that he arrested accused yesterday at the Willow Tree Inu on the charge of forging and uttering the cheque in ques tion. Charles Martin deposed : Am a jeweller aud tobacconist residing in JJraidwood ; know the ac cused, James Cummings, lie came in to my place at half-past 8 on Saturday night to buy a watch ; showed him some and he selected the watch pro duced, the price of which was £5 5/- he naid for it with the cheque produced, drawn in favour of Frank Hedges for £7 8s. on the Commercial Bank, Braid woofi, dated 28th November, the cheque was signed J. H. Roberts ; he also bought a pipe and half pound of tobacco, making £...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 5 December 1888

LOCAL NEWS. m ? An Impudent FoiwjKnr, — The evidence given in the case heard at the Braidwood Police Court on Monday, reveals about as bold and impudent a for gery as can well be imagined. The cheque which prisoner palmed off upon Mr. Martin for £7 8b, purporting to lie drawn by J. H. Roberts and re ceived for wages, was altogether a fiction, Hiiro being no such name in tlio district, yet it was so close to the name of one of the Roberts family of Mayfiold, as to be accepted in good faith as being the cheque of Mr, Joseph Roberts. The prisoner had tried to pass it upon several other persons in the tou-n before taking it to Mr. Martin, and when he was arrested another cheque was found upon him signed by some members of the Johnstonc family as trustees, who live on the Yass River. The blank cheque for this prisoner obtained on Saturday night from Mr. J. T. Murphy, of the Albion Hotel. Had prisoner not boon arrested on Sunday morning in consequence of the prompt action taken by Mr. Mar...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 8 December 1888

X-TT3BX.XO NOTZCR A. G RAH A M, THE PEOPLE'S TAILOR, IN thanking the public of Braid wow] ami surrounding District for their liberal support since lie lias started Business in Braidwood, wishes it to be understood that lie is hi NO WAY CONNECTED with any DRAPER OH TAILOR, as they class themselves, and also invites the Public to inspect iiis STOCK OF OVER 100 TWEEDS, from which they can choose their own Patterns and avoid being compelled to select from pattern eavds. A. G. further wishes to draw the public attention to hisGREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES. TWEED SUITS, to order (baud made) ? £3 3 0 TROUSERS, to order ? , ? 0 JO fi TROUSERS & VEST, to order ? ... 1 13 0 A. 0. wishes it be distinctly understood that he keeps ho Machines, and customers may rely upon their orders being executed us hitherto with all hand sewing. Pioneer 11 j W Wallace and Goach Factory.^^^^^^ Braidwood W. BRIDGEMENT, Proprietor. WB., in thanking the Public of Braidwood for their liberal ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 8 December 1888

3ff O'T:'l-b E . HAVING taken over the Stock-in-Trade of Norn Ciiong, who is obligedlo retire from business owing to ill-health, and having COMPLETED THE STOCK-TAKING, I have made Very Considerable Reductions Ixi jA.11 3LH-&o-«Uxi.£&r Lines SUCA AS '^ Grocery, Drapery, Ironmongery, Crockery, Saddlery,. Iron ItcdstcmlK, Double and Single Beds, Men's, Women's, and Chil dmiVBoota and Shoes, Jewellery, &c, In fact in every article required in a General Store, but too numerous for an advertisement. ? o ? ALSO FOR SALE— Three New Buggies Buggy Harness, new And a First-class Harness Horse. ? 0 ? As the Stock on hand MUST BE SOLD in order to commence business WITH AN ENTIRELY NEW STOCK in the New Premises now being completed, aud which must be occupied early next month, all stock now on hand will be offered to the public at RIDICULOUSLY LOW RATES FOR CASH. ? o ? Sale will be continued up to date of removal from Premises now occupied. Nom Chong. 20th November, 1888. T...

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