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LONDON. THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 8 December 1888

LONDON. TUVKHDAT. The Prince of Wales is advising the Grand Lodge of England to recognise the United Grand Lodge of Kcw South Wales The Prince has consented to become jatiwi to tlic latter body. Three gcnUcmcu have refused the offer of tvintoinhiicnt as Governor of South Australia. Tlie Chamber of Deputies have sanctioned the prosecution of Daniel Wilson for bringing charges of corruption agaiust tlie members of the Cliauibcr, Hussia is attempting: to establish colonising stations in Abyssinia.

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 8 December 1888

For the Overworked Brain. Use Hobsfobd's Acid Phosphate. Dr. Thos. Davidson, L.ll.C.P., and S., Gosforth, Newcastle-ou-Tyuo, England, says: 'I mid it an excellent tonic in cases of mental anxiety induced by over.ttudy in olorgymou, and others.'

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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Lettie Ridgeway's Romance. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 8 December 1888

Lettie Ridgeway's Romance. ^ ? Everybody looked upon Little Ridgeway as an old maid, and yet among all the girls of Mnvchbrook© village there was not one with fresher red cheeks and prettier, rounder figure than she, for all slic really counted her years by thirties instead of twenties or the more ;idvanced of the ' teens.' She had always been jolly and gay — your black-eyed, Mack-haired, rosy-cheeked, plump little women are almost invariably o( that happy, beaming temperament ; and although of late years — ever since she had left her twenty-fifth birthday behind her — she had been somewhat — yes, considerably less jolly and gay ; still, there was always a pleasant, hearty way with her Uiat made people like her, tvnd even caused the young girls to dis cuss among themselves how queer it was that all the men passed her by to marry some less sensible, prudent woman, But it was an un deniable fact that of lovers Lettie had. none, nor had ever had one, and she often laugh ingly told the ...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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(Before his Honor and a jury of four). NOM CHONG V. T. ROGERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 8 December 1888

(Before his Honor and a jury of four). KO3I CHO.VO V, T. KOVKgS. Loss of a horse, dam.i^'es £40. Mr. Davidson for plaintiff, Mr. If. O'lSrien for defendant. The pluintiQ is a storekeeper in Jiraiduond, and the defendant a farmer lit Jlonga. The liocse was rented to Thomas I,upt'm ami was winked in a i.;irt on a road contract at Monga. The animal was u stallion, :iud in the neighbourhood of where he was being worked defendant lived and hid .1 stallion also. On the night of the 33lh November, defendant's Jioivsu, as alleged by plaintiff, and cor roborated bv several witnesses, came to where plaintiff's horse Mas tied up and put iu au enclosure, where lie was always kept at night, and attacked him. He 'was driven on' at once, but came again the same night aud made plaintiffs horse break away ; plaintiff and one of his men followed the horses but could not get up to them. In the morning plaintiffs horse was found lying down with hi.s Jpg broken all to pieces, with defendant's horse stan...

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

WANTED, SLEEPER SQUAEERS. I Apply, ? H. C. BLACKBDRU, ? Kelligen and Mogo. HiTi — . — - ? ? 3y WANTED immediately, GOOD GEKERA.L ^ SERVANT ; must lie good cook and kun- -\S dress ; uo young children ; Protestant preferred. IgU Apply, ? .^a lias. E. B. BARBER, 1 Fair View, 1 Church Hill, 1 ? ' Ooulburn. I WANTED, » GOOD GENERAL SERVANT I Good wages given. Apply; 1 *Ins. G. BOLAND. I Willow Tree Inn, . I Braidwood. I Notice. j ALL members of the various Lodges are invited 1 to meet at the Oddfellows' Hall at II o'clock I a.m. sharp mi MONDAY, iu order to FORM A I PROCESSION for tUo reception of Sm. Hesbv 1 Pabkes iuto Braidwood. j COUNTRY MEMBERS SPECIALLY IN- 1 VTTED. By order of the N.G. j WM. BINMORE, I Secretory L.F.B. LODGE. D. S. LINDSAY, See, Manchester Unity. I ARTHUR MARRIN, Sec. Young AustraUan Lodge. ' '? ~ V- iS.; Hi-r, ????. ? |, '. Notice to Contractors, m&NDBBS will be wceived at Braidwood up to J. noon on 15th day of DECEMBER, for cqij, tracts . ?....'? 92-n. B...

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Shocking Accident at Corowa. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 8 December 1888

Shocking Accident at Corowa. A shocking accident liappeued at Corowa saw mills on Tuesday morning, whereby -a young man named John Jacobson suffered horrible nuillilation of limb and body. Ho was engaged iu removing sawdust from the bottom of the pit, iiud liiought lie could raise it easily to the surface while the machinery was iu motion by taking a turn with a rope round the spindle of tbe wheel. The spindle was three feet above the surface, and the bag was quickly Ijrouglit up, but Jacobson became entnug led in the slack rope which Ii.tt! accumulated at liis feet. Before he could release hinusulf the rapid motion of the machinery drew his left leg to the spiudle, which revolving with lightning rapi.'ity, whirled his n-iioli* frame w.'.ud and round for about a minute. The machinery was stopped as quickly as possible, when a horrible sight presented itself. TJic man's leg was completely off below the left knee, while the skin, muscles, aud flesh were torn roughly away from tlie lig...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 8 December 1888

GENERAL NEWS. The Minister of Justice has liad a return pre pared showing the number of prisoners remaining ui gaol who have served 10 years and upwards. The number is 10 — a comparatively small number considering that the gaols of the uolouy now con tain sonic 2001) prisoners. Of the 30 prisoners re ferred to one has served 22 years and seven months, one 15 years aud five months, and another 14 years and one month, tbe others having served periods of less duration. 1 ho whole 10 are undergoing the ' life-sentence,' the death sentence passed on them having bceu commuted. Mr. Clarke is now con sidering the question of biwisig t.lie ' liie-scntence' defined to mean some lixeil period instead of as at present being interpreted in the literal sense. Iu victoria the life-sentence is a fixed period averag ing about 15 years, and it is probable that Mr. Clarke will adopt a similar definition {or this colony. Au analysis of Victorian and linglisli salt, made by an expert ignorant of the loc...

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Day Dawn Gold-Mining Company. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 8 December 1888

Day Dawn Gold-Mining Company. In accordance with the terms of the Companies' Act a meeting of shareholders iu the above company was held iu tlie coiumittee'rooui at the Mechanics' Institute last Mouday. Shareholders representing 15,000 shares were present. The chair was occupied by Mr. IL S. Gannon, clmiunaa of tlw board of directors. He said that the meeting was hold merely in compliance with the Act, and therefore it was ltavdly necessary to give a f nil report of Hie proceedings, as a report mid baliuiacc-sheet would bo presented at the half-yearly mooting j but he would give a resume of what tod been done. In addition to the muoliiiicry which bad been described ?at length in the 1'kkky Post oh the occasion ottlic opening of the mine the '.directors'- liad obtained auotlier five foot Hmitington liiil! and a very good pump had, after some aelny, been, procured Mid was now in good working nrdcr. The mill had worked very satisfactorily during tlio past fort night. Xhe mine had yield...

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OUR TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY. FRIDAY, 11.15 A.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 8 December 1888

OUB TELEGRAMS. (j?rom ooa ows coRausrosuENT.* SSTDNEV ? Fwdav, n; 15 a.m. At Uic Jlomebush stock sales yesterday 040 cattle were yordod, and the demand was aniuiatcd, best bullocks arcrairinr £$ S,!» and others from K118^. 21,000 sheep were penned and prices were unaltered, best merinos bringing 10,11 and others trom 8/2, In tlic Assembly yesterday the Treasurer produced the reve nue returns for Koiomlicr, which showed a net decrease ol £2*0,293 on tbo corresponding month of last year. The ? Treasurer said tlic difference was caused by the rente of runs B bcinp paid in November last ycur, while )ia.\iuent« lot the ? 1'iTBcnt year were made from JulvtoSepteinber. The returns ? for Die ]»st ten mmrtJis erinecd that his estimate for the year ? nould be readied, but it less amount n-as expected from the ? sale of the eitc at the GditennUl l'ark, During the present ? uiontb tbe revenue so far had exeqoded the same period o! last K year by n2\ ,000. The revcirac generally tor Octobet and ...

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

{'aiTinnu'iit.-iry. The legislative Assembly on Tuesday showed a commendable desire to get to business. There were only nine questions, of which one was postponed, and Use rest were answered; and the questions without notice were comparatively few. The lirst order of tbe day that' came before the Legislative Assembly on Tuesday was the third reading of the (jrafton School of Arts liuabliuK l-ill, a measure which is to give power to the trus tees to raise money on mortgage, or to sell the pre sent property, si- us to raise funds cither to improve tbe existing building, or to build a frcsli one. Tbe bill to abolish distress for rent evoked a brisk discussion iu the Legislative Assembly on Tuesday. The second reading was moved by' Mr. Walker, who stated that he should call for a division, in order to see who were democrats ;ind who were not. He argued that there was no reason why landlords should have the preference over any other creditor. Mr. Reid pointod out that the effect of tlio ...

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CABLE MESSAGES. LONDON, Dec. 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 8 December 1888

CABLE MESSAGES. (From the Sydney Papers.) London1, Dec. 3. President Cleveland's Message to Congress is in teresting as being probably his last official expres sion as President of the United States Republic. After traversing several matters of a less impor tant character, the Message refers to tlie tarifl'. and President Cleveland reiterates his previous state ment, that the present protectionist policy of the Suites is a flagrant injustice to ihe masses, by ex acting millions of money from their savings, which, instead of being redistributed throughout the com munity, is lying dormant in the Treasury. With regard to the Fisheries question between Canada and the States, which is still the cause of considerable friction, the Message declares that the recent treaty between the two countries supply a satisfactory practical adjustment of the difficulty, alike honorable to both parties, and President Cleveland invokes au immediate consideration of the question, with tho view of a pacifi...

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Important to Selectors. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 8 December 1888

Important to Selectors. The holders of conditional purchases and condi tional leases (under sections 48 or 54 of the Crown Lands Act of 18S4) whoso applications were con firmed on or before the 23rd July 1888, would do well to peruse the Crown Lauds Act Further Amendment Act, seeing that amoue other things it contains an important provision allowing such hol ders of land to substitute other improvements in lieu of the fencing -which the act of 1SS4 requires, The term allowed for bringing such holdings uuder its provisions will expire on 23rd January 1889. To do tins application must be made to the chair mauof the local laud board on form 22 prescribed under the act ; dud it will rest with the board whether tho application will be granted or not. If granted, the holder of tbe land wilt bo required to effect improvements (within wbicli term fcnouijj is included) to the value of 10/- per acre within hve years from the confirmation of tho application on any area up to and inclusive of 1...

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Weekly Calendar. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 8 December 1888

Weekly Calendar. n,,,.^n,«\v.,«i, Pnyaof Sun Sun Mood's Daysof Uie Week M^ RjB0S. gets. Age. Wedxesimv ? Dec. 5 4 44 0 OS 2 TifunsD.iv ? „ G 4 44 C 59 | 3 Fuiuay ? » 7 4 44 7 1 ; 4 Satuuuay ? „ 8 4 4i 5 2 j 5 ?Sunday ? „ 9 4 14 7 3 i 0 Monday ? , 10 4 4+ 7 4 j 7 Tuesday ? Jl 4 41 7 5 8 moos's j'hask. Now Moon, Doc 3, at 3.10 p.m. The Braidwocd Dispatch. Stremiii -ct Prosper^. SATURDAY, WSCEMBER 8, 188?. *

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

FXJENER BROTHERS AND JONES. ONE OF THE SIGHTS OF THE CITY. ? THE PEEMIER STORES. You arc invited to walk through these Magnfftwnt Buttings. T7NTERING the DRAPERY DEPARTMENT from Auburn-street ?' t]ie 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 £l for elsewlxere. 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 study the fashion in this department, so that you can always depend upon getting ...

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Braidwood District Court. WEDNESDAY, DEC. 5. (Before his Honor Judge Macfarland and a jury if four.) SLANDER. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 8 December 1888

BrairtH ood District Court* Wednesday, Dku. 5. (l?oforc his Honor Judge Mucfarlaiid and * jury of four.) SLANJJKU. H. C. Nicholson v. Martin and jtitnc Gallaglwr, Thu plaintiff claimed i'20(l fur that Uie female 'defendant liad falsely and 'nuiliuiouely addressed to Mm/in Wave's butcher's shop, tJraidwqud, tbc following words : — ' You arc a scoiwdi'cl nnd a dirlv low caul bird'. The defendant admitted cal ling the plaiutiQ'u goal bird but denied making use of the other words imputed to her, and had ^)aid 5/- into court as sufficient to compensate defendant for any injury doue to his character by the words she had inivdc use of. * Mr. Howard appeared for the plaintiff, and Mr. Davidson, through Messrs. Fell aud Sou, for defendants. The plaintiff is a tailor working at Messrs. Hay wood and Co's, and the female dof.euda.ut is the wife of Mr. Martin Gallagher of the Commercial Hotel, Braid wood. Plaintiff bad been boarding at the hotel, aud had left without settling for bis board. Plai...

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 8 December 1888

LOCAL NEWS. Punuc Holiday. — Mr. Ryiie, M. P., lias received the followuig ofiiclin) communication which lie has kindly forwarded us for publication: — 'Colonial Secretary^ Office, Syduey, 4 th December, 1S8S. Sir, — I am directed liy the Colonial Secretary to inform you that His Hxcelluucy this Governor, with the advice of UiclSxecutivcCounttil, hiisbceu plwisd to appoint Monday, tlie 101!i instant, to be ;i public lioliduy iii the cicuKu'iu iliBlnct uf ISiiiidwood, «ud Unit Uie necessary proclamation iin-lur the 4th section of the liaiilc Holidays Act, ] S7.1, has been duly published in this day's UoviiUNMENT U azkmu. 2. I am desired to add that tlio parties interested have been apprised accordingly. 1 have the boisour to ire, sir, jour must obedient servant, Cbitchktt Walker, Principal Uuder Secretary. Aloxauilcr Rjiie, Bsq., M.P., Union Club,' BltlTlsn AST) 1'oUElON BlDUl SOOIBTV. — We have pleasure iu calling the attciitinn of our leaders to the visit of the llev. H. T. llillis...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 12 December 1888

TO STAND l|i32«L*jj5 THIS SEASON AT DCRRAN DUBEA, THE HIGHLY BRED UOBSE MANCHESTER, BY ROBINSON CRUSOE, from Cracker, by Fireworks from Beatrice, by Stoekower sou of Stockwell. Tekms : i'3 3a ; for two or more mares a reduc tion will be made. Mares to be paid for and removed by 1st of Feb. W. E. ROYDS. To Stand this Season, AT REIDSDALE, TUB THOROUGHBRED STALLION, BRAIDWOOD. ABEAUEIFUL DARK BAY, with black points, standing 3C| hands high, and built in proportion. He is got by Maribyrnong, out of Nellie Brandon (full sister to Tim Wlnffler), by New Warrior (imp. ), from Cinderella by St. Jolin {imp.) out of Cinderella by Rouse's Emigrant (imp.) from Sp&ewife (imp.). Sire's side — M&ribyrnong, the famous Australian sire, by Fisherman (imp. ), from Rose de Florence (imp.), by the Flying Dutch man from fioardingschool Miss. Peefoemakcbs. — A. J.C. Meeting won Residents' Handicap, beating a large field ; third Epsom Han dicap, 20 starters; secoud Sydney Handicap, 10 start...

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THROWN ON THE WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 12 December 1888

tmrowx oy the world. Sha turned \vith-& cry from otioh beautiful place r?iVith lie weight of niiicli unguisli upon her, As pure % tbe.fijrafc of her -5od.gi veil race, '- *ejt stamped 'with the brand of dishonor. Deceived, and deserted, forsaken, betrayed, Fleeiug fast from the fangs of fierce sorrow, ;l-id*,this guilelfes'aud^elitlc'; yet heartbroken maid uajsn lortu in tiic darkness of horror But where will she go to seek for '&li'e% '? . In the world that is mocking Around her? Dave she carry the load of terrible, grief Where her false hearted lover first fount) her? Will she tell the fond mother, who dotes on her child , : ? ? ? ? With the love of a fast fleeting life, That her daughter's dishonored, deserted, defiled, Kow a mother, but never a, wifei Will she eo to her babe in the once happy spot. Oh God ! must it be her last visit ! Aud think as she kneels by the side of her cot It's a sin for its mother to kiss it? Will she hide in the deep and the dark of the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 12 December 1888

?\TfANTED, SLEEPER SQUARERS. W Apply, H. C. BLACKBURN, Nelligen. and Mogo. Notice. A LL ACCOUNTS due to the undersigned must J\_ be paid on or before the 13th of DECEM BER, ana all accounts against me to be rendered by the same date, as I am leaving the District. Please call for your repairs. F. W. M. EARLE, Watchmaker, &.C., Braidwood. Literary Institute. rpENDERS are invited from persons desirous of X RENTING the Hall of the Institute for BOXING NIGHT, 26th Inst., aud the night of 1st JANUARY NEXT. Tenders will be received until 8 p.m. on the 17th inst., and quarter of the amouut of tender in each case must be enclosed. \VM, McRAE, Secretary. Braidwood, 10th Dec, 1888. Roads. Department of Lands, ? Sydney, 6th December, 1888. THE attention of ALL PERSONS INTEREST ED is invited to the Guvebniiekt Gazette of the 27th ultimo, in which appears a notiiication with respect to the Resumption of Laud for, and Confirmation of a Parish Road near Braidwood. STEPHEN FREEMAN, Undersecr...

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CABLE MESSAGES. LONDON, Dec. 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 12 December 1888

CABLE MESSAGES. {From the Sydney Papers.) Lootox, Dec. 7. The witness Patrick Molly, who was arrested on warrant issued at the instance of the Judicial Commission, compelling him to attend and give enVienee in the TiJiES-Parnell case, was examined before the Commission to-day on behalf of the Times. During the course of his examination he described at length his dealings with one of the agents who assisted to work up the case for the Times. Witness declared that during the whole of the uegotiatious with the Tistts agent he had completely humbugged him by representing that he was u member of the invincible, the secret society implicated in the murders. Public opinion is growiug uneasy regarding the outcome of the expedition which the Goverumeut is despatching of Suakim to suppress the Soudanese The military authories in England, including Lord Wolseley, oppose the Government in their proposal to send the reinforcement from Egypt. They con tend that no reliance can be placed upon the ...

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