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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 22 August 1888

LOCAL NEWS. ? « ? ?Sbvisug Steps. — The apprehension of Mr. P. Hush, on Friday ,Junder;a warrant from Goulburn at the iuBtanoe of Alt' It. Henderson, stookaud station agent of that town, for giving a cheque in part payment of a cattlepurchase which was subsequently dishonored, seems a somewhat harsh measure. The accused was brought into town, lodged in gaol that nightand brought up before the Braidwood Police Court on Saturday morning when he was remanded to Goulburn on bail where he is to apppear to-day. One would have thought that a summons would have answered all the purposes of the case, as Mr. Hush has been in the habit of having large transac tions in cattle witli considerable sums to his credit iu the bank. Of course these observations are altogether outside the merits of the case itself and only refer to the harshness of the mode of proceed ings. A Skveue Fiuk at Packwood. — On Saturday rfftcrnoou a severe fire arose a little beyond Pack wood. The first persons to notice it ...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 22 August 1888

BBAIDWOOD QISPftTGH. Strcnue et rrosporc. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 22, 1SS8.

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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Braidwood Police Court. SATURDAY, AUG. 18. 1888. (Before Mr. J. Aldcorn, P.M. and Mr. J.W. Bunn, J.P.) FAISE PRETENCES. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 22 August 1888

Braidwood Police Court. Saturday, Aug. 18,1888. (Before Mr. J. Aldcom, P.M. and Mr, J.W. Bunu, J.P.) FALSE PRKTENOG8. Peter Hush was brought up under warrant on a charge of having obtained 100 head of cattle from Mr. Henderson, stock and station agent Goulburn, in April last by means of a vahicleBs cheque. Ssnior-constablc McKcongave evidence m -to tlia arrest of Hush at his residence 'at Charloyoag the day before when the prisoner stated he hao no intention to deceive when he gave the cheque in question. The accused was remanded to Goullmru to appear on the 22nd instant bail being allowed himself in £60 aud two sureties in 40 each. The sureties were forthcoming and bail accepted.

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A Fire Brigade. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 22 August 1888

A Vive Brigade, A public meeting wasiielil at the Literary Insti tute, ou Monday eveuing last for the purpose of forming a Fire Brigade in Braidwood. There was a largo attendance. Mr. Jolin Wallace was voted to the chair in the absence of Mr. AMenni who convened the meeting, but who was unavoidably absent on an official visit to Qucanbeyan. Mr. Wallace said it was desirable that they ^uuuiu ouim. »t iim** uuv (iuu »t na jiui, a. nvy iitiil had several tires in town during the past few weeks, and it was their duty to take means without loss of time for coping with them. Unless they did so they would have the same sail results as had already oc curred. He called upon the gentlemen who were prepared with resolutions io move them. Mr. A. McDonald moved that ' tin's meeting is of opinion that steps should be at once taken by the residents of the town to inaugurate and maintain an efficient Fire Brigade,' There was one thing they must all agree about, that the present slate of tilings was...

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MONDAY, 20TH AUGUST. (Before James Aldcorn, P.M.) POLICE V. ADAMSON. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 22 August 1888

Monday, 20th August. (Before James Aldcorn, P.M.) POLICE v. ADAMSON. The defendant was brought up charged with being drunk and disorderly and pleaded guilty. Senior Constable McIntosh stated defendant had never been charged with any offence before this, and was usually well conducted. On this statement the mitigated penalty of 2s. 6d. and costs was imposed. POLICE v. NUGENT. Indecent language. Pleaded guilty, being his first offence, defendant was fined 2s. 6d. and. costs 4s. 10.   Police v. Sidell for obscene language was with- drawn.

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Death of Mr. J. S. Farnell. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 25 August 1888

Dcatli of Sir. J. S. Famcll. Mr. James Squire Farncll, M.P. for Redfern, died at his residence, Hillview, Boulevard, Peter sham, at five o'clock on Tuesday morning. For some years past he hod been failing in health. Last Saturday week he was seized with paralysis of the throat, which took away alike his mind and memory, and from that time he remained in an un conscious state, suffering little or no pain. Mr. Faraell was bom at Panumatta in 1827, being the 6on of Mr. J. S. Faraell, a brewer carrying ou inus incss at Rydc. In his early years he carried on business as a surveyor, and in that capacity earned a considerable amount of money. He travailed over the greater part of the colonies, and in 1850 visited California, where . for some time he was en-' gaged in mining. Afterwards be spent several years in New Zealand and the South Sea Islands. Iu 1859 he offered hinisclflas a candidate for St. Leonards iu opposition to the late Mr. Isaac Shep herd and was defeated, but at a future el...

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OUR TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY FRIDAY, 12 (noon) [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 25 August 1888

OUR TELEGRAMS. w ? (FEOSt OUB OWN COBEESPONDENT.) SYDNEY Fbiday. 1 2 (noonl At the Homebush stock sales yesterday 780 cattle were yarded. The market was firm, best beef being worth 20s. per hundred pounds. Prime bullocks averaged £7 I3s 2d and others from £5 8s. 5900 sheep were penned and prices advanced 9d to Is, best merinos being worth I Is 7d and others from 7s. per head. All efforts on the part of the Newcastle Media tors to bring about a settlement of the dispute have failed. The miners now refuse to make any concessions to the masters, and all hopes of pre venting the strike have been abandoned. The men will probably leave the pits to-night. A ballot has been taken as to whether the strike notice should be extended to another week. Seve ral collieries have unanimously refused to agree to this concession, while the decision of others has not been made known. An important discovery of gold is reported from Hargraves, near Mudgee, which is expected to go ten ounces to the ton. T...

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Terrible Eruption in Japan. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 25 August 1888

Terrible Eruption in Japan. The Japanese passengers who arrived by the steamer Afghan, have supplied some information regarding the earthquake at Bun Tiy Zun. , T4ffi island is 100 miles in extent, aud of volcanic for mation. Some mountain ranges surmount the top, in the midst of which is a fresh water Lake. One of the first indications of a disturbance was that the water in this lake had been turned to mud. This was noticed on the 14th July, and soon afterwards a violent shock was felt. A terrible state of alarm immediately seized the people of the town, who number about 2000. The town was split in two parts by the upheaval, and a great number of people were swallowed up in the awful chasm. A large number of persons rushed to the foot of the moun tain, and the lava and boulders from the eruption from the mountain sides poured upou them aud killed them. The only fortunate inhabitants were those who went westward and kept clear of the mountain base ; these all saved their lives. Hard...

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CABLE MESSAGES. LONDON, AUGUST 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 25 August 1888

CABLE MESSAGES. London, Aooost 10. Signor Crispi, the Italian Premier and Minister for Foreign Affairs, has replied to the circular note issued by M. Goblet, the French Minister for Foreign Affairs, to the great Powers, in which a protest waB made against the Italian annexation of Mossowahand ZouUa, in the Red Sea. . Siemor Crisni states -that it was not necessarv that Italy should notify to the Powers the annexa tion of the territory in question. He furthur accuses France, which he. declares has no interest in MasEowab, of intervening in favour of the Greeks with _ the object of bringing about the present incident. The Italian Premier asBerts that Italy will defend to the last in the Red Sea littoral the interests of iusttce and civilisation which she has taken under her care. A serious fracas, attended with fatal results, has occurred between a number of the white population and the negroes in Louisiana. The disturbance was not quelled until after 20 negroes had been killed. Aug. ...

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Carrington Centennial Hospital for Convalescents and Incurables. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 25 August 1888

Carrington Centennial Ilospitial for Convalescents and Incurables. The idea of founding this hospital for convale scents and incurables originated with W. H. Paling Esq. , who in a letter to his excellency the Governor, dated January 31st, 18S8, offered to his Excellency on behalf of the colony, the Grasmere Estate, at Camdon, and all its improvements, stock, &c. together with the sum of £10,000, as a starting point for the carrying out of the noble and patriotic movement to which all are now invited to lend their assistanct. The general scope of the work which the hospital is intended to perform is sufficiently indicated by its title ; but some further particulars of the lines which are proposed for its management will be of interest to the public, and more especially to those who accord their support to the hospital. The following are the most salient features in the scheme, as laid down by the donor, and subse quently settled by the committee, to whom the management of th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 25 August 1888

Dress Goods? Dross €roods. Dress Goods. ALL COLOURS IN Homespuns, ..,- . , Fancy Stripes, Costume Cloths, Cashmeres, v &Ci| &Ci, AT VERY LOW PRICES. Also a great number of DRESS LENGTHS and REMNANTS, specially reduced. 10 yards Fashionable Dress Material FOR SS., AT G. B PAYNE'S Free Trade Stores. ? Australian Stores New Season Teas ! ! B2- JUST RECEIVED, a Consignment of NEW TEAS of Exquisite Flavour and for Quality and Price CANNOT BE SURPASSED. J. MAKER. REDUCTION IN FLOUR! ON and after this date the prices for FLOUR will be REDUCED at the Mills as under :— 20011). BAG ? 20s. 1001b. do ? JOs. SOU), do. ? 5s. Since Uic introduction this season into the ISraidwood Mills of the most complete Dressing mid Cleaning Machinery the Flour turned out is equal in quality to anything in the market. ^ JOHN SMITH & GO. Braidwood Mil s. COMMERCIAL STORES. R. M. HIGGINS, JlY Running Iris Business on the Most Economical 1'lan, and by Careful and Good Judgment in Ituying, i...

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Lost in the Gippsland Alps.—Five Days without Food. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 25 August 1888

Lost iu the Gipnsland Alps.— Fire Days without Food. Information reached Taralgon on Wednesday relative to the discovery of William Waldon, who had been lost five days on the heights of Moondarra. Waldon is a journalist, lately in business at Mor well, and in company with two others left Moondara on TuesJay lost week on a prospecting expedition in the direction of John's Gully and Growler's Creek. On Thursday a dispute arose as to the best track home, when Waldon left his companions, lmlinvinir fchev had crossed the Tvers River. He proved to be wrong, and as some days elapsed and nothing could be heard of him, two search parties set out on Sunday and Monday to look for him. On Tuesday he was found wandering on Brown's selection lyers, in an exhausted condi tion, his clothing torn to shreds. He had not tasted food for five days. He was taken to Brown's house, where he is now recovering. Waldou's story is that on the first night, while crossiug Tycrs River, he slipped off a log into t...

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W. J. Chapman's Auction Report. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 25 August 1888

W. J. Chapman's Auction Report. Store Smck.— Nothing much to report this week, although a firm demand exists for any good lots at fair values. My sales have been 190 mixed at current rates, 25 heifers, at £3 15s; and four good forward springers, at 91s. Fat Cattle. —On account of J. W. Bonn Esq., S3 fat bullocks at about 1 8s per hundred. Hoese Stock. -^On account of Mr. Corrigan Mpruya, the blood stallion ' Braidwood' to. Mr. F. Feeney at a satisfactory figure, and one creamy pony at 10 guineas.

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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 25 August 1888

GENERAL NEWS; 'The Union Church at Tanga, near Bega, whioh has lately been the subject of dispute between the local Anglican and Wesleyan clergymen, has been burnt down, ThuB the dispute baa been set tled. The New Zealand Premier has announced that ho intends this week to bring in a Chinese Restric tion Bill which will give satisfaction to all par ties. Matters in connection with the Brookong shear ers strike remain In abeyance, but the fullest pre cautions are being taken by the police to secure order. The Government have not yet formally appointed a gentleman to the vacant portfolio of Minister for Lauds, but its stated that Mr. J. N. Brunker, M.V.A., will probably be appointed during the week. Mr. Brunker had an interview with the Premier on Tu^frty (Says the Herald) and also spent eome time in a visit to the Lands Office. It is certain that Parliament will be asked at an early date after assembling to deal with the matter, of assaults on members of the House. This in tention was...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 25 August 1888

DIED. At the reaidonco of his father-in-law, W. A. Ker shaw, Elrington street, oil the 24th inst., Apto LAtmiTS Han-sen ; aged 45 years. BIJA1DWOOD DISPATCH. Strenue ct Prospero. SATURDAY, AUGUST 22, 1888.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 25 August 1888

Notice to Contractors. TENDERS will be received at Braidwood up to noon on FRIDAY, 31st AUGUST, for con tracts: — 92-b, 93-h, 94-e, Road Bungendore to Dough boy Hill 95-R, File Culvert, Braidwood to Molonglo 96-B, Masonry Culvert^ Braidwood to Cooma. Specifications may be seen at the Courthouses Braidwood and Bungendore. The lowest or any Tender not necessarily accep ted. Tenders to be addressed to W. F. BUNDOCK, Road Superintendent. Roads Office, '''? K4 Braidwood, Aug. 22, 1888. ~? Tenders for Road Work. mENDERS will be received by the Trustees of 1_ the Araluen, BettowynA; and Back Creek Road, up to 4 o'clock on SATURDAY evening, iBt SEPTEMBER NEXT, at Mr. Peace's Hotel, Ara luen, where specifications may be seen, or at the Court House, Araluen. The Trustees will meet persons willing to tender for the work, at 1 1 o'clock in the forenoon, on September 1st J888 and go over the road and point out the work to them. ? JOHN HYLAND. For the TniEtees. August 21st, 18S8. ? : — i0r ? ? Ac...

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Goulburn Police Court. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 22. (Before the Police—Magistrate and Mr. J. W. Wombey, J.P.) FALSE PRETENCES. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 25 August 1888

Coiilburn Police Court, Wednesday, August 22. (Before the Police-Magistrate and Mr. J. W. Woinbey, J.P.) FALSE PRETENCES. Peter Hush (on bail) appeared to answer a charge of having, on the 25th April, 1 888, obtained about 100 head of cattle from Robert Henderson by means of false pretences. Mr. Gannon appeared for the prosecution, and Mr. Davidson for the defence. The police Magis trate read the evidence of Sergeant Me Keon, given before the bench at Braidwood, testifying to the arrest of defendant. Mr. Gannon explained that the prosecutor was a stock and station agent in Goulburn and that the accused was a grazier and dealer in cattle residing at Chatsbury, near Braidwood. He further stated that he would not be able to finish his case that day owing to the absence of a material witness, neither could he conclude the evidence of the prosecutor just then ; but he would carry the case as far as possible, and then applied for a postponement. Robert Henderson, auctioneer in Goulburn, d...

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 25 August 1888

LOCAL NEWS. ? ^ ? New Compant.— The prospectus of a new com pany entitled the ' Pastoral Finance, Trust and Agency Company of Australasia, Limited,' appears in our advertising columns. The capital of the proposed company is £2,000,000, wliich will be obtained by the issue of 2,000,000 shares of £1 each. The first issue, however, is limited to 1,000,000 «hares, and on these it is ouly intended to call up JOs per share. The balance will remain as a reserve of uncalled capital. The company has been formed for the purpose of establishing upon au (advantage ous and comprehensive basis, a pastoral, agricultural and commercial agency and finance business, and iucluded in the company's operations will be the direct importation and supply of station requisites. A special feature in this company is the mutual principle, under which constituents being share holders and having business transactions with the company, will participate in its profits. The objects of the company are fully detailed ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 29 August 1888

Dress Groods. Dress Ooods. Dress Goods. ALL COLOUBS IN r Homespuns, Fancy Stripes, Costume Cloths, Cashmeres, &c, &c, AT VERV WW PRICES. Also a great number of DRESS LENGTHS and REMNANTS, specially reduced. 10 yards Fashionable Dress Material FOR AT C. B. PAYNES Free Trade Stores. Tenders WILL be received up to WEDNESDAY, 5th SEPT., for rooting with iron the premises occupied by R. W. CLATHAAI and Du. CUM MINGS. The lowest or any tender uot necessarily accepted. Sjrccifications of work may be seen on application to C. B. PAYNE, Free Trade .Stores. P. & A. Society, Braidwood. nnKNDERS will be received by the undersigned _L on or before the Uth day of SEPTEMBFU next, for PROVIDINC ALL iLATERIAL and ERECTING HORSE STALLS aud CAT1XE YARDS on the Society's Land, Goulburn Road. Plans aud Specifications, and all information on ap plication to GEO. FRED. TAYLOR, Secretary. Braidwood, August, 28, 1S88. k.b. — The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. Departme...

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F. L. Barker's Weekly report. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 29 August 1888

F. I/. Barker's Weekly report. SniiKPSKiKS. — Long-woolled are in demand, but medium and short burry lots are a shade easier. I effected sales as follows, via., best best butchers' 4Jd to 4|d, (one lot of exceptionally good mak ing 5d) medium growth, 3|d to 44d ; pelts and shorts, 2Jd to 3|d ; crossbred, 4jd to 4£d per Leather, — Sole is still wanted for shipment, also bazils. Really good brown harness is scarce whilst there is an excess of indifferent quality. Bag also in short supply. I can quote dry sole 7|d to 6Jd according to color &c., aamaged 6d to -j£d, kip lOd to 12d, tweed J2d to 16d, kangaroo Sid to 45d, harness {brown) 10£d to 124, black lid to 12Ad per 1b. Bridle and Bag Ss Od to 11s Cd. per side, Wile-shoe 4b. 8d to 7s per dozen, Hides. — Although the supply was small last week's quotations were hard to realise excepting in the case of light weights which were a little firmer. Although obtaining 3£d for two lots of superior heavies it would bo rather misleading...

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