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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 12 December 1888
Holloway's PiUs can bo confidently recommended as a domestic remedy for the ailments of all classes and conditions of people. Young aud old of botli sexes iwiy t&Uc this medicine with the certainty of deriving benefit from ite use, when disorder or dis ease is making^ them miserable. HoUoway's Pills are unrivalled for their purifying, aperient, and strengthening properties. They remove indiges tion, palpitation, aivd headache, aud arc specially serviceable iu complaints peculiar to females. Each box is wrapped with printed instruutiouB for the guidance of invalids who will readily understand, from carefully studying them, the best'way' of re covering health. HoUoway's Pills will work a thorough change on the constitutions of the weak and nervous. —Adv. One of the most ingenious of recent American in-. ventions is a calculating machine called 'The Comptometer.' It is the work of a resident of Chicago, ami with its aid the most complicated mathematical computations can: be '.m...
OUR TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY TUESDAY 11.55 A.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 12 December 1888
OUR TELEGBAMS, (FBOM OUE OWN COEEESPOKDEKT.) SYTOsTSY Toescav 11 SB a.m. At the Homebueh stock ? sales yesterday 900 cattle were yarded. Prune unaltered and others difficult to sell, best bullocks averaging £7 10s. and others from £4 1b. 21,800 sheep were penned and the' market dull, best merinos bringing 10s JOd. and others from 3a 3d. . ' At yesterday's wool sales buyers .operated frealv aud prices wore well- maintained.' Washed fleece reached 13d., scoured 1744 and creasy 9d. A Chinaman lias been kill by hghtuiugatPenntli yesterday. A groat occurred at Mansfield, Victoria which destroyed 4000 acres of grass, farms und ience. fog- .. ' ' ' The Australian eleven defeated tha Victorians by one innings aud 22 rnns. John Dryecoll, of Prahran, Victoria^ has been arrested on the charge of murdering Henry Leo, of Balkrat, while sailing together in a boat. An effort will be made to close the ? session of Parliament next week. The boy Pook, whose parents were brutally murdered near Giebome...
Ruth's Reward. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 12 December 1888
Ruth's Reward. Poor little Buth Hereford! A pretty picture she makes iu the evening twilight, standing a solitary figure on a bare rock, look ing over the boundless sea. To her it is a mother. Its waves, lushing the rocks, had proved in childhood days her only lullaby ; its deepest, darkest blue was reflected in her eyes ; the golden sunshine which tinted its brood bosom shone and sparkled in her hair. It had lent her pearls for teeth, had done all that it could to make up to the mother ' less girl for that once its hungry waves had sought for their own a lovely woman's form, and had left weeping in her cradle a babe who moaned and held out its little arms to be taken to a breast which never more should impart to them its own sweet warmth. It had been a sud return from his fishing voyage for John Herford to his lonely home. The storm which hod wrecked their boats had made his life desolate, even though he hod been spared, for his young wife, who had accompanied them, had been snatch...
LONDON. MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 12 December 1888
LONDON. MnKDAY. A Deputation will wait on the Chancellor of the Exchequer to advocate taking the census every five years. A mob attacked the gaol in Birmingham in Alabama, United States, -with the object lynching a prisoner who had committed murder. The sheriff and Prison warders fired upon the mob to repulse them. Nine of the mob were killed. Tile Russian press warns England that Persia is within the sphere of Russian influence. The Rebellion in Afghanistan has been quailed Ish'ik has quietly settled at Kirki. Two thousand adherents have beeu dispersed in Bokhara. The rebels at Zanzibar burnt Bajamoyo, ou the coast, audevacuted the place. They were attacked by the German sava! relief force and and supposed to have sustained heavy losses. A Bulgarian Journal published in Sofia predicts a great war soon, and it advocates an alliance bet ween the Balkan states and Turkey. Later. A dynamite bomb lias been thrown into the Ger man Consulate at Naples, Several arrests have been made. The ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 12 December 1888
FUENEB BROTHERS AND JOUES. OHS Or IBS SX9STS OF THE CITT. ! THE PREMIER STORES. You arc Imited to walk thrmgh these Magnificent Bullings. '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 j our own measurements and ideas direct from the manufacturers, thus it is j that ! The Little Boy's Suit you get from FURNER BRQTHRES 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 study the fashion in this department, so that you can always depend upon g...
LOCAL NEWS. SIR HENRY PARKES' VISIT TO BRAIDWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 12 December 1888
LOCAL NEWS. . _. — ? ♦ ? Sift HENRY PARKES' VISIT TO BttAIDWOOD. The visit of the Premier to Braidwood which was fixed for Monday last lias been tbeg_reat ruling topic of local interest from the time it was first spoken of, about a mouth since, No effort was spared to give him and the other gentlemen accom panying him a hearty welcome. The committees appointed to carry out the demonstration have worked in the most energetic manner to make the affair as successful as possible, and we need not Bay that they have fully accomplished their object. The town was never before in such form, if we * may use the expression, as it was on Monday last. Along the whole length of the principal street, Wallace-Btreet, the stores, hotels, and places of business of All kinds were set out with Gags and evergreens. Two triumphal aielics were erected, one across the bridge over .Jelluirutong Creek, and the other right across the street opposite the Court House. This latter was a grand affair, with a wide...
Goulburu Quarter Sessions. FRIDAY, DEC. 7. (Before his Honor Judge Macfarland) LARCENY AT TARAGO. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 12 December 1888
Goulburii Quarter Sessions. Friday, Dec. 7. (Before his Honor Judge .Macfarkiiu1) LAHCEN Y AT TaBAGu. Timothy G'Sullivan (on liail) was charged with stealing at Tarago on 10th Jnne last a portmanteau aud its contents belonging to Henry James McCooey. Prisoner pleaded not guilty and was defended by by Mr. H. O'Brien. The case when heard at the police court was fully rcnorted. The main facts were that McOnnev. wlin describes himself as a naturalist aud a member of the Linucan society, arrived at Tarago on 9th June with the intention of going to Braidwood by the coach next morning. He however missed the coach and said he gave prisoner, who represented himself us one of the coach grooms, his portman teau to forward by coach to Braidwood. Some time afterwards MeCooey applied to the coach office in Braidwood for the portmanteau and dis covered that it had never been received, nor has it yet been found. The property was valued by prosecutor at £70. McCooey communicated by letter with the p...
Cardinal Newman. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 15 December 1888
Cardinal Newman. Cardinal Newman (says the P. M. GazeU-e of November 2), who lies seriously ill at the Oratory, in Birmingham, has lived a most ascetic life. He inhabits two rooms, one of which is his study, and the other his bed room. No visitors were allowed to enter Ids apartments, but the Fathers ha\re free access to their Superior at any time. About servants he is very particular. One James Cuswell was his favourite, a regular Handy Andy, faithful but rough and ready. The Cardinal goes to bed at 10 p.m. and gets up at 5 a.m., winter and summer alike. ' Office' till 7 a.m., breakfast at 9 a.m., back to his room, where he conducts his correspondence, his devotions, and his studies. Dinner at 1.30. For the last two years the Cardinal has never gone out in the afternoon. At 5.30 he obeys the voice of the vesper bell. After vespers, which last about 15 minutes, there is a theological discussion and some general conversation. At 7 the Cardinal retires to his room for the night.
WHAT IT MEANT. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 15 December 1888
WHAT IT MEANT. A ruinous old mill, with a sunset throw lag a lurid gleam over its mouldy sides and moss-grown roof, and two young men facing each other in the full stream of the crimson light where it fell from a wide aperture in the western wall. Outside, a decaying plat form overhung the river, dark, rapid, and deep, in one quiet eddy of which a cork danced and floated idly on. the waves. with horror and grief unspeakable j the other sneering, demoniacal, exulting, murderous. 'Your own last freak has sealed your doom. I tell you now that I have always hated you with all my heart. Do you need to ask -why 1 Because you had it in. your power to shower benefits upon me — because you were planning to baulk me of all I liave Schemed for years to possess, and because the whim which induced you to make your will in Alma Erruth's favour has left the way clear for me to get both the girl I lore and the fortune I have envied you, when the slight impediment of your life is removed from the wa...
OUR TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY FRIDAY, 9.15 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 15 December 1888
OUR TELEGRAMS. (fbom ouk own coebebposdest.) SYDNEY FaiDAY, 9.16 p.m. The Government were defeated on their Tramway resolutions by a majority -of Sfl to 28 amidst a -scene of the greatest excitement. The House ndjoumoil until Tuesday next. FBID.W, 12.40 P.M. At the Homcbush stock sales yesterday 946 cattle were yarded and best bullocks brought £1 13s 9d, others from £3 Ss lOd. 18,520 sheep were pemied, and the market was' unaltered, best IMPI'limCi lii'inrrinrr 1H 1 A r*4Un*,t, f..AM A* OJ3 r ? 3 crossbreds from -5s H3tl to 12s 3d. ? Tho debate on the tramway resolutions was con tinued till 5 o'clock this morning. The whole night's sitting was characterised by excitemant and at times considerable disorder, the Opposition being scarcely able to restrain themselves, knowing they hadtheGovernmentcorne'red. During the discussion Mr, Levien mentioned a report he had heard to the effect that the Ministers for Education and Justice were in the proposed syndicate to lease the trains. Mr. Hu...
OLD SAWS IN RHYME. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 15 December 1888
©fc» SAWS IN RHYME. Actions speak louder than words over do ; You can't oat your cake and hold on to it, too. When Uig cat is away then the little mice piny ; Where there is a will there ib always a wuy. One's deep in the mind as the other iu mire ; Dont jump from the frying-pan into the fire. There's no use in crying o'er milk that is spilt ; No Accuser is needed by conscience of guilt. There must be some fire wherecver is rmokc ; The pitcher goes oft to the well till it's broke. Uy rogues falling out honest men get their due ; Whoever it fits, lie must put on the shoe. All work and )io play will make Jack a dull br-y ; A tiling of much beauty is over a joy. A half loif is better than no bread at all ; And pride always gocth before a sad fall. Fast bind and fast find ; have two strings to your bow; Contentment is better than liclics we know. The devil finds work for hands idle to do, A miss is as good as a mile is to you. Vou speak of the devil — he's sure to appear ; You can't mak...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 15 December 1888
AVKS : Sir Homy Pariccs Mr. W. Clarke Mr. Abigail Mr. O'Connor Bruukcr Garrott Cameron Mathoson Davies Kelly Street Wilson Wise Cook Inglia Roberts Sutherland Hums Hutchison Robs Tcuco Hawkeu Haynes Ball Lyno McMillan Stokes McKlmioi) Noes: Mr. Dibbs Mr. Black Mr. Diuvsou Fletcher Copelimd -5ale O'Sullivau Chanter Hnssall Slattery Toohoy Levien Walker Jones Barber Mitchell (iormlcy Moore CSarvan See A. Allen Keild Schey McCourt Seaver Wilkinson Bowman Lee O'Mara Dowcll S. S. Smith Bowes Browne Wall Stephen Hawthorn Chapman Vnughttu Howe A. J. Allen Day Melville Creer ' Jago Smith Ivcs Colls McFarlaue Farnell Steveusou Cortis Nobbs Wither* Dangar Woodward Kethel All the banking institutions excepting the Bank of New South Wales have petitioned the Government to proclaim Christmas Eve a public holiday. The railway deputation have decided to grant a concession of 25 per cent on starving stock being Curried by railway. The Bendigo eleven completed their innings for 139, in their second ...
Weekly Calendar. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 15 December 1888
Weekly Calendar. n...nfn,«w^b Daysof j Sun Sun JMoon's D»y«of tho Week MoJntlh Ri8M j3cts, JAgc. Wednesday ? Dec. 12 4 4i 7 4 30 Thursday ? „ 13 4 45 7 4 11 Friday ? „ J4 4 45 7 5 12 Saturday ? „ !5 4 45 7 5 13 Spxdav ? „ 10 4 45 7 6 14 Monday ? „ 17 4 40 7 7 13 Toksday ? „ 18 4 40 7 7 K- MOON'S l'HASK. Moon's first quarter, Dec. 10, at 4.51 p.m. The BraidwooOispitch. ' '' ''? ? ? ? ? ?? Strenud cl Pto&perd. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 15, 388S.
(TO THE EDITOR OF THE DISPATCH) [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 15 December 1888
(TO THE EDITOR OF THE DISPATCH) Sm, — Among the visitors to Braidwood on Mon day, were Mr. S. JL Mowle and Mr. Aubrey Movvle, sou-iu-law and grand-sou of the late Dr. Wiisoii. They had come to see the broad acres that had been lost to them, and to visit the tomb of Dr. Wilson ; he founded ISraidwood, called after him by Sir Richard Bourke, in about the year probably principally at his own cost, as he was known to be lavish with his money. Unfortunately because he mortgaged his property at Braidwood and Lake -«eorgc, some 500 acres of land with sheep aud cattle, &c, for £5000, and spent that which he hid borrowed ou the township and farm, he died d ruined man in 1 843. A sun-dial ouly marked his memory in the town. ) t formerly stood in front of the court-houee, now it has been removed tc Ryrie Park, hut there it lies, the apex of a broken column. Nothing was said about him at the ban quet. SlC TBA5SIT GLOlilA MVSDL Yours, &c. VISITOR.
LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 15 December 1888
LOCAL NEWS. ^ ? The Day Dawk. — Following is the manager's re port of tho Day Dawn Gold-mining Company Limited, December 10 : — 'Since my last report the mill lias ran ouly 3G hours owing to the water having given out. I have taken about 3 II). amalgam from t!io plates, but cannot say what the result of this short inn will be, as I have not cleaned up, hoping every day to obtain a few hours' rain, when everything would again be in full swing. The windlass is erected on the 70 ft. level, and we shall start sinking the main shaft ou Monday. The pumpis working well audgives no trouble whatever. In No. 3 shaft we have a splendid reef averaging at present IS ill. wide, gold to be seen throughout the atone ; this shaft is uow down about 55 ft. When shaft we shall have a great quantity of stone in eight to stopc out going up the hill. I have raised about 30 tons stone for the week.' Forfeited Lease. — It is notified that James Johnson's conditional lease of 450 acres in the parish of Mullo...
The New Railway Appointments. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 15 December 1888
The New Railway Appointments. Iu the Assembly ou Wcduesday night Mr. Bums laid upon the table two '(ocunieuts connected with the recent appointments to inspectorships on tho Xew South Wales railways. The iirst of these is a minute by Mr. Eddy noti fying that the gentleman appoiuted is Mr. James Angus, and that his salary is paid at £600 per an nmn. The minute also states that the services of this gentleman have been obtained through Mr. G. Fiudlay, the general manager of ,1... T ? .1 ? - _ 3 TkT ? .1- ? J ? rt -1 . *-. _ _ tue uuuu'm uiiu. i-uL tu-i\ eawjtu L^auway *_rfjnipaiiy, that he is au engineer of great experience aud ability, and had had long experience as engineer to a contractor iu making new lines, and for the last ten or twelve years had had charge of the inain tcuauce of the permanent way works of two of the heaviest sections of the London and North-western Railway. The second document consists of a copy of a letter from Mr. D. H. JJeale, dated from New York, to Mr. Edd...
Braidwood Choral Society. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 15 December 1888
Brnidwood Choral Society. The fourth concert in connection with the Braid wood Choral Society came off, pursuant to announce ment, in tho Hall of the Literary Institute on Wednesday evening lost. The customary arrange ments as to subscriber' mid extra ticket prevailed, the only difforot'cc being that ft slight increase was made in tho price of Uiolaltcrfor this concert. The attendance Was far more numerous than on any previousocoasioii, a good many havinglreen attracted us much by the exceptionally good bill of faro that had !-coii provided as by tho reputation the Choral .Society have earned iu their nrcccdinB concerts as exponents of music of a high class character. Tho entertainment consisted of the performance of the music of Vincent Wallace's romantic and ever green opera ' Maritu.no,' and in order to make the affair a complete success the services of one of the most prominent amatuer tenors hi Sydney, in the person of Mr. F. B. Brewer, were secured by the management. Shortly a...