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OUR TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY TUESDAY, 12.30 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 19 December 1888

OUR TELEGRAMS. (FEOSI OtJE OWN COEHESPOKDEKT.) SYDNEY TCESDAY. 12.30 P.M. Bf At the Homebusb stock sales yesterday 790 cattle MR were yarded and the market was firm, the highest SB for average bullocks being £10 14s (id, and others Bb from £6 6s 2d. 26,000 sheep were penned. Prime BJ brought Us 9d, extra prime 16s, and others from BJ 3s Id. BJ Yesterday's wool sales were very active, but H 8id ; washed fleece from lid to 13d. ^B There is no fresh development of the Ministerial BJ crisis. It is stated on good authority that no re Bf signation will occur. Upon the meeting of the BJj House this afternoon Mr. McMillan is prepared to BE move a motion of confidence. Full explanations are BJj anticipated from Messre. Clarke, Iuglis, Haynes, BJj and Carruthers in regard to their connection with BJJ the charges of corruption and bribery. Mr. Haynes ?I refuses to retract or modify his charges against ^B Mr. Huntley. ?m Vf At a public meeting in the Masonic Hal! last ^yBJIji night, it was reso...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 19 December 1888

GENERAL NEWS. — . — ^ ? A deputation of free selectors aud members waited upon the Minister for Lauds ou Friday night, to urge that consideration should be shown to selectors who are unable to pay up their instal ments owing to the drought and failure of crops. Messrs. E. \V. O'isullivan, Chanter, Ryrie, Colls and other members fully laid the case before Mr. Bt'uiikef who promised that he would do all in his power to see that advantage was not taken of those selectors who were in distrsss and could not pay their rents or instalments. Later on Mr. Brunkcr OtilLVLl .DX1. UCUIUVAI1 W ^JUt LUIS IW3C m lYJlUlllU BU that he might write a inuiute on the matter. This was done and thirty-three members signed the re quest. It may now be taken for granted that the Minister for Lauds will not forcfeit the holdings of any selectors who cannot pay up. A telegram from Guudagai says : — At the police court on Tuesday William Betford, cordial manu facturer, was charged with committing an assault ou ...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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Weekly Calendar. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 19 December 1888

Weekly Calendar.. Tijur.nf tl.nWinlr Bays of j Sun Suu Moon's Wbunesday ? Disc. 19 4 47 7 8 17 Tjiubsdm' ? 20 4 47 7 9 18 Fmimv ? „ 21 4 47 7 9 10 Smbrdav* ? ,22 4 48 7 10 20 Sokday ? ,,23 4 48 7 JO 21 Honrav ? ,,24 4 49 7 12 ! 22 Tpesdav ? ,,25 4 40 7 11 i 23 -??-? ??- ? I moon's phash. Full Moon, Dec. 18, at 8.46 p.m. The Braidwood Dispatch. StrenuS el Prwpcrf. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER IS, 188?,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 19 December 1888

FTONEE BROTHERS AND JONES. OHE OF THE SIGHTS OF THE CITY. THE PREMIER STORES. You arc invited to walk through these Magnificent Builings. ? 0 ? T7NTBRING 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 BROTHRES 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 ge...

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Cricket Match. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 19 December 1888

Cricket Mutch. A cricket match for the Foord Challenge Cup was played on the Buugeudore Recreation Ground on Saturday last between an eleven of the local club and a team from Braidwood. The Braidwood men, after partaking of breakfast at Host Spar row's and stretohing their legs a bit after their long journey, adjourned to the ground. Mr. J. R. Leahy captained the Bimgeudorc tusua, while Mr. McKae acted in a like capacity for the visitors, who having won the toss went fii-st to the wickets, aud were not disposed of until 59 runs had beeu put together, of which J. C. Wilson contributed 16 amid'™. Wilson 12 by steady pbiy. The Bungt'iidore team in their first itmuiugs were not «o fortunate, their wickets falling for 38 runs, J. R. Leahy being top scorer with $). Iu the second inuings the lirakl ivootl men, who by the way wore playing with ouly ten men, had scored 06 with the loss of 7 wickets, when rain put a stop to further play, the last three wickets having fallen for 9 runs owing t...

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 19 December 1888

LOCAL NEWS. The Late Rains. — The heavy siunfall which we have imii us beuii unprecedented for this time of 1 1 ? year. Tiie rain which full on Thunsiiay night r ;i»«reil on Friday inovuiiig by the ruin gauge at t ic Brajdwooil Post Office, ) 10 points. It continued fije until Saturday afternoon at 5 o'clock, who) a heavy thunderstorm commenced which continued without cessation until Monday night, extending over a p'riod of forty-eight hours. The thunder was awful, and some of the louder peats mode the earth quake, almost equal to the effect of a vol ? ' j:_. ? * ? mf_ .._;._ ? 3 .3.. ? - . ? vaniu uusiuriJituuu* j.ne raiu ^iuuiuu ituwii » iiur feet' deluge, as is shown by the amount recorded by the rain gauges, In addition to the cum which fell on Thursday, the Post Office gauge records as follows :~ Sunday, 105 points ; Monday, 30i ; Tues day, -to 9 n.ni. )133. This gives a total of (i.52 altogether. But the private vain gauges at Mr. Payne's store and at Mr. Madilrcll'a at Bederv...

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Trapped by an Heiress. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 22 December 1888

Trapped by an Heiress. , — ^ ? ^ ? A cosier place than the big sitting-room at Hillcrest would have been hard to find, if one had travelled from Land's End to Jolin O'Groats ; and ou this eventful evening, when the destinies of two people were about taking definite form — two ueople who 3md never seen each other, and who were cousins, and who had heard of each other so much and so often that both were curiously eager to meet — on this important evening the sitting-room at Hillcrest had never looked pleasanter or cosier. A huge fire of logs glowed like molten carbuncles in the open fireplace ; on the table in the centre of the floor, whose cover matched the glowing crimson of the carpet, was a silver stand that held a dozen snowy wax tapers, whose beaming light contrasted ex quisitely with the ruddy glow of the fire. And beside the table, in a big, cushioned chair, with his feet thrust toward the genial warmth on the hearth, his gay dressing-gown sitting comfortably on liis portly fo...

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Original Poetry. THE SPIRIT OF LOVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 22 December 1888

Original Poetry, TJIE SPIRIT OF LOVE. Twas vrhett the earth serenely slept Beneath the magic of the moon, ?flCoVinn \t-ices softly swept Across my harj- and cave this tune : ' My love, my love, stul left in life, Will not, cannot Mice forcct ; Across the gulf thy pioiniseil wife Is waiting j-ct, is vailing yet' And while I hung ivilli deep desire , , Upon those slowly dying chords, Again tbc breathings of my lyre Oave forth tlic aoul-encliantiug words : 'My love, my love, tho' I was forced To flil thy lifo with fond regret, The heart from thce by death divorced Is faithful yet, is faithful yet.' Then urged by doubt, my memory gave This tliought in nnswer to the strain — ' Eileen is sleeping iu her grave.' But, hark ! ify God, that voice again ! — ' My love, my love ; believe, believe ; Eileen still lingers by thy side. Trust her, who never did deceive ; I am the spirit of thy bride.' . Oh, balm of hope 1 Oh, bliss divine ! It is, It is, that same Eileen, Whose dying lips drew breath...

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LONDON. THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 22 December 1888

LONDON. Thdbsday. A decisive battle was fought iu the vicinity of Suakim. General Grenfell with 400C men, stormed the rebel redoubt and the enemy were completely defeated, 1000 being killed. The battle lasted half-au-hour. The Suakim troops occupy the field. The enemy fled iu the direction of Hashecn. Tamai's Soudanese troops iu the garrison stormed *uv wswukj a vibiivuco guiuoiuiiiv* A. UtJoucl cite rC~ sistance was offered by the rebels. The Scottish Borderers and a regiment of the Welsh Fusileers punished the enemy severely by rapid rolley firing. The British gunboats lying in the harbour at Sua . kim greatly assisted the operations of the land M forces with machine and heavy guns. No casual '' ties are reported amongst officers. Russia is building six thousand toil cruisers and ?» one nine thousand ton vessel for the Navy. W Latee. The greatest excitement prevails in Zanzibar, caused Tjy the Sultau ordering the execution of four natives. The beheading occurred in the public stre...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 22 December 1888

Dance ! Dance ! IN THE LITERARY INSTITUTE ON Boxing Night. Boxing Night. FIRST-CLASS MUSIC. Dancing till Daylight. R. CHANEY D. RICHARDSON. Look Out 1 Look Out ! FOR NEW YEARS1 NIGHT. Dancing! Dancing J AT THE LITERARY INSTITUTE PRICES MODERATE. MUSICIANS : The well-known Stone Brothebs. R. W. HUNT. THE ANNUAL Tea iV|eetii|g and Dance WILL TAKE PLACE IN THE YOUNG MEN'S HALL, — AT — ON THE FIRST OF JANUARY (NEW YEAR'S NIGHT), 1889. Doors open at half-past 7. Tickets, 2s 6d. J. J. CARROLL, Hon. Sec. BRAIDWOOD Reserve Rifle Company. RIFLE MATCHES. XBW YEAR'S DAY. THE NURSERY : open to all members who liave never won a prize exceeding 5a ; 200 and 300 yards; 5 shots at each range. First prize, £1 ; second, 10s ; two prizes at 7s 6d, two at 5s, and two at 2s 6d. Second-class target Entrance, Is. PRESIDENT'S PRIZE: handicap; open to all coiners ; 400 and 600 yards ; 5 shots at each range. First prize, £2 2s ; second prize, £1 Is. Entrance free. MEMBERS' HANDICAP: 500 and 600 yards ? 7 sho...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 22 December 1888

OUT THI_S OUT. tV MAY HOT APPEAR AGAIN. In order to interest nil ill the Btudy at the English language, and oe a ellglit token of npjirceliUloii, tba American Hop Bitters Co. bus for the large sales in Australasia of Dr. HouIC* American Hop Bitters, tlio Column; offers One TlKmtoi'.d PoU&re in Prizes, to be given avray in Oolil at the close of tlic Melbourne Centennial Exhibition. tut FKIZE-Six Unndrcd nud riftr »o» Inlii. — To any person sending the American Hop Bitters' Company tlio greatest number oJ words made from tuc following letters, viz. :— A, B, C, B U, I, M, N, O, P. It. 8, T. 2nd PRIZE-Two Hundred niid Firtr Dotlnr*.— To nay person ecudiag the American Qop Bitters Company Uie greatest number of words made from tUe tollovving letters, viz.:— A, B, C, I, L, M, N, O, P, T, Y. 3rd PUIXE-Ouc Hundrrd l»otli-m.-To any jiprson Ecnding the American Bop Bitters Com pany the greatest number ot words made from i»c following letters, viz.:— A, C, a, I, K, O, S, T, U, Y. VOKOV...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 22 December 1888

For Mental Prostration. Use Hohsfoed's Acid Phosphate. Dr. H. Walkee, Auckland, N. Z., Bays : 'I have found it to act very well in severe mental prostration and nervous depression. I find it indispensable in my practise, having taken care ful observations of its action for over twelve months.' WANTED, ;tt COOK & LAUNDRESS, also a HOUSE & PARLOUR MAID. APply( HENRY HUTCHINGS, Tarago. Dargue's Reef, Major's Greek. mENDERS ore invited for the supply of ONE JL HUNDRED CORDS of FIREWOOD of | suitable size for engine use, to be delivered at a Machine on the ground, j For particulars as to delivery, &c., apply » ? ? R. G. HASSALL. Also, TENDERS for DRAWING STONE at PER TON from the Uuitea Miners' Shaft to above Machine. Particulars on application. Tenders Wanted. mENDERS are invited for the CLEANING OUT X ami BRICKING UP {labour only) of a LARGE WELL on Mrs. G&ADY'e Property, within 1} miles of Braidwood. Full particulars from tbe undersigned, to whom Tender...

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Cricket Match. (FROM A CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 22 December 1888

Cricket Match. (FBOM A CORRESruKUENT.) A cricket match was played on Saturday between teams representing Reidadale and Aralucu, on the ground of the former. Through the inclemency of the weather the match had to he decided by the tirst innings, the visitors winniug by 27 ruus. The bowling throughout the game was splendid, Mullius and Skehau for Aralucn doing great execution, while Wilkins, Barrett, and Lyons for Reidsdale displayed good form. By the various victories achieved by the Araluen team during the past aud present seasons, they are inclined to think that the Happy Valley is able to send o, team of men into the field who con compete with any team in the district. Following are the respective scores : — ARALUEN.— FiKsr Isroras. W. Alley, b Wilkins ? 0 G. Mulhns, bJ. Lyons ... , ? 0 M. Skehan, b Wilkius ? 2 M. Zollner, h.o.w., b J. Lyons ? 3 J. J. Hyudes, c Wilkins, b 1*. Lyons ? 8 F. Barnett, not out ? 19 J. McFadden, b Wilkins ? 3 P. Maher, b Wilkins ? 0 T. McFadden, b D. Ba...

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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 22 December 1888

GENERAL NEWS. ! ? + ? . The following additional particulars respecting the extraordinary slabbing case reported in oar last arc to hand : — The llutheiclen Police Court -was crowded on Monday at the hearing of a charge of arson against a well-known grazier named Isaac Olcom, for setting 6re to the dwelling-house of n farmer named Seymour, there being a second charge of having set fire to Seymour's paddocks. Defendant ?was committed for trial, and was admitted to heavy bail. JuBt us the case had concluded, Win. Emms and Jas. Coekbuvn were standing together. Cock burn, who has a strong animosity against Kinms, spat in his face, and Emms knocked Cockburu down. Both men were brought before the bench. Emms refused to go into the dock with Cockburn, saying he was afraid of his life. Both men wcro placed in the dock. The bench after hearing Uie evidence lined Cockburn £1, or seven days, and Km ms 5s. or three days. Immediately the decision was given Cockburu stooped down and made a spring...

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A Remarkable Story. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 22 December 1888

A Remarkable Story. At the Metropolitan Quarter Sessions on Wed nesday, before Mr. District Court Judge Forbes, Arthur Albert (Soddard.ayoungmau of respectable appearance, pleaded not guilty to an indictment charging him with having, on November 20, 1886, in the dwelling house of Diehard Perry, stolen £19 and a dressing-case, the property of Arthur Haltebonc It appeared that the complainant aud Gotldard oc cupied tue same room as lodgers at tlio Boaming house of Mrs. Ellen Perry, and on the date men tioned in the indictment, Hollcbonc had occasion to go out, leaving Goddard in the house. When he returned his clothes trunk hud been forced open by means of a screwdriver, and the money, which was in a match-box, and a gentleman's dres sing case was stolen. One of the Crown witucsses, by name Mrs. lillen Green, the wife of a creen grocer, told a most peculiar story. She alleged that on the night the robbery was committed God dard, witb'whom she hod previously been only on ' nodding ' te...

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Parliamentary. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 22 December 1888

Parliamentary. The Speaker, as soon as he took the chair in the Legislative Assembly on Tuesday Announced the receipt ofeertain massages from his Excellency tho -3ovcrnor. There was a large attendance of hon. members, there being 46 on the Government side, and 28 on the opposition, or 74 in all, which num ber was shortly increased to 48 and 39, or 87 alto gether— the largest house that has been seen this session. Before going on with the business on the paper the expected statement with regard to tho political crisis was mado by the Premier. Sir Henry Parkes eaid it would, perhaps, be convenient if he made a statement. He referred to the pro ceedings that took place on Thursday night and Friday morning, in consequence of which the Government had been in consultation more than once. Befcrring to the vote of Friday morning, he contended that it hod been made a party ques tion by the Opposition. The first idea, of the Government was to tender their resignation to the Governor as they h...

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The Fehon Inquiry. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 22 December 1888

The Feliou Inquiry. The Premier has not yet received all the letters from Melbourne iu reference to Mr. Fehnn, but Sir Henry Parkes states that all the letters received completely clear Mr. Fehon from the aspersions raised against his character, and that the inquiry will place Mr. Fehon on the highest pinnacle of political honour. Mr. James Service writes as fol lows : — 'I do not know anything in Mr. Fehon's character which renders him unfit to hold anv position in which the strictest honour iind probity is an essential qualification. ' The Hon. W. Wilson, of Victoria, who was the Minister for Railways who appointed Mr. Fehon with others to select a Chief Commissioner for Railways when Mr. Speight was appointed, speaks of Mr. Fehon, according to the Premier, in the highest terms that can be ex pressed by language. Mr. Sehvyn Smith has for warded to the Premier a copy of a letter which he sent to Mr. Want, and which, it is alleged, is en tirely opposite to that stated by Mr. Want. I...

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OUR TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY FRIDAY, 12.10 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 22 December 1888

OUR TELEGRAMS. (FBOM OUB OWN CORRESPONDENT.) SYDNEY Pbidjv. 12.10 p.m. I At the HomebuBh stock sales yesterday 1050 I cattle were yarded, the highest average for bullocks I being £10 16s 7d, a few prime £11 17s 6d, and I others from £6 Gs 3d. 23,450 sheep were penned. I The demand was active, best merinos bringing 12s I and others from 4s 4d. I The Assembly got through the estimates of the I Attorney -General '« and Lauds Departments without I material alteration. Ministers were generally con ? gratulated on the reduced votes, which amounted to ' a saving of £70,000. At the rising to-uight the ! House will adjourn till Thursday next, with a view of giving members an opportunity of dealing with their private business and closing the session by the 29th instant. The Upper House negatived the Syduey Mayoral Electoral Bill by a majority of 24- to 5. The Government arc determined tc refund the rents to Pastoral tenants, amounting to ±165,000, which shall be paid forthwith. The Premier in...

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More Serious Charges. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 22 December 1888

More Serious Charges. In the course of his speech in the Assembly on Tuesday night, Mr. Haynescame into conflict with Mr. Shxttlery, which ended in the latter stating that he Ji-td kept Mr. Haynes out of gaol, and that he held £5000 worth of Sir. Haynes's dishonoured promissory notes. Mr. Hayues indignantly denied the statement, and furiously challenged Mr. Slattery to produce them. Mr. Haynes asked Mr. Slattery would he dare say he held pro. notes of his to the extent of £500 that had uot beeu paid, and the hon. member emphatically replied that such was the case, aud that next evening he would hand the dishonoured pro. notes to Mr. M'Elhone to produce in Parliament. Ou Wednesday ? after noon Mr. M'Elhone rose in the House, and, referr ing to what Mr. Slattery stated the evening be fore, said he had them iu his h&uds from Mr. Slattery, the alleged £500 prommisory notes. Mr. Haynes challenged the hon. member to put them ou the table of the House, but he declined to do so, say...

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CABLE MESSAGES. London, DEC. 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 22 December 1888

GABLE MESSAGES. London, Dec. 17. Lieutenant-Colonel Sir Charles Warren, whr recently resigned his position as Chief Commissioner of the London Metropolitan Police, has returned to his corps, and resumed duty with the Royal Engi neers. . '. A large steamer belonging to Workingtou, a sea port town in Cumberland, has foundered in the drowned. It is announced that it is untrue that, as recently reported, the Russian Government had sent a note of a threatening character to Persia in consequence of the hitter's action in permitting the free naviga tion of the Biver Karun, and refusing to recognise the Russiau Consul at Meshed. It is further stated that the Russian Government has resolved to avoid complications in the East. A debate took place in the House of Commons to-day upon the state of affairs in the Soudan and the reports received at Suakun as to the capture of Emiu Pasha and Mr. Stanley by the Mahdists. Sir James Fcrgusson, Under-Secrctary for Foreign Affairs, stated that he believ...

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