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Extensive Robbery of Bank Bonds. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 22 December 1888

Extensive Robbery of Bank Bonds. A robbery of bonds, supposed to be of the value of about £13,000, occurred at the National jj^i-v v/t Australasia, Collins-street, Melbourne, on Monday afternoon. George L. Onyous, chief manager's clerk, .vas arrested. Onyons has been iu the bu.uk since 1870. Two years after joining the hank, ou accouutof the ability he displayed aud his character for trustworthiness, lie was appointed to the position of chief manager's clerk, his salary increasine till lie was now receiving £320. Amongst his duties was the collection of interest on debentures held by the bank in safe custody for clients. The deben tures were kept iu the atroug room, of which there were t\*o keys. One was held by the accountant, and the other by Onyons. By some means Ouyous succeeded iu gettiug the accountant's key, or a duplicate. He had a private account at the Mer cantile Bank. In October last year he applied to the manager for an overdraft, offering four Fitaroy City Council debe...

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 — 22 December 1888

Weekly Calendar. n.«.«f*^o\u«oi, Days of Sun Sim Moon's Daysof the Week ^ib. Bfeos Scte Age Wednesday ? Due. 19 4 47 7 8 17 Thursday ? „ 20 4 47 7 9 18 Friday ? ,,21 4 47 7 9 19 SaTCRDAY ? „ 22 4 48 7 10 20 Sokday ? „ 23 4 48 7 10 21 Monday ? „ 24 4 49 7 11 22 TcESDAV ? „ 25 4 49 7 U 23 ' ? ! MOOS'S PHASE; Full Moon, Dec. 18, at 8.46 p.m.

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

FTJENER BROTHERS AND JONES. ONE OF THE SIGHTS OF THE CITY. | THE PREMIER STORES.. You arc iwvitcrt to walk through these Magnificent Buttings. 'CENTERING the DRAPERY DEPARTMENT from Auburn-street -t^ the first thing that will attract your attention is the immense as sortment of ? ,-.-.. j- . Mea'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 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/-, }tou are asked elsewhere 35/-, and so on. Furner, Brothers, and Jones are remarkable for the CHEAPNESS of their Clothing. Q WE NE&T 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 alway...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 22 December 1888

LOCAL NEWS. — w — The Convent School. — Preparatory to breaking up {or the Christmas holidays, the pupiU attending the Sacred Heart Convent in this town gave a concert and exhibition of work on Wednesday evening last, to which a large number of the parents and friends of the children hud licen in vited. The concert was he'd in the chapel of the institution, which was nice'y decorated for the occasion with flowers and evergreens. The first item nn the nrrttrrammp Wfis a nhoi-iis u-hieh WiiK nicely\rendered, and was also ' Punch and Judy' by Misses'Schnridt, Chauey, Smith and Cahill. A chorus by the infants ' Uome, Sweet Home' was given with charming effect, and was followed by a song ' Such is Life' by Miss Schmidt, which was also greatly apppreciated by those present. Then came another chorus by the infants entitled ' The Rose', followed by a pianoforte solo by Miss Schmidt, both performances being of a most praise worthy character. A short drama entitled ' ' Quarrel of the Flowers'...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 22 December 1888

DEATH. At Mulloon, on the 38th instant, Matiy Akke, the second eldest daughter of Mr. William Scott, in the 23rd year of her age. The Braidwood Dispatch. Strenui et Prosperi. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 22, 188?.

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

CAUTION. LOOK OUT FOR FRAUDS. Owing to the f=ucces3 of SLV. Souse's American Hop Bitters )» curing all diseases of the Liver. Stomach, Bowels, Blood, Kidoe'? aud Uriunry Organs, Nervousness. Sleeplessness, and Female Complaints*, so that it bus become a etandard household remedy all over the world, und.lhe immense deinaud for the onginal and genuine article, certain pel-sons are offering for eale various cheap and spurious preparations under, the ? name of ' Hijp Bitters ' which, do not contain tlieuii^Jieinal properties' found oaiv in Dr. Soule's American Hop Bitu. a. Taken io of tho cheap bogus etuff simply becub n is caUed 'Hop Bitters.' ? YKVTUK. »r. Soiilr's Anirrlvnn f I«s» SlS«iri- art Ilio t'mi-.t anil 15-«i iSitii -iwrrrr Mimic The i- an- -i.iii|*™.c-.-il irmii H-n-«. Hsirlm.Mnu ?1 fillip, nml UiuHtelUHl-llu-u..!.*:, --«.;(, nwl lllMt lic'twi ii!.jsi'':in-|i-e jir..[w'r i:s .V -i..p ??! Vr Bifttin, MllE till'. t'iv:r',i-S', IIUlO.1 1'UlilUf. ? .) V- T lt-^t-- Inior, :m.l l,...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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Cricket Match. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 25 December 1888

Cricket lllatch, The match between Braidwood and Bungeudoro Cricket Clubs for the Foord Challenge Cup was brought to a conclusion on Saturday and resulted in a victory for the Braidwoodites by 49 runs. Play was commenced at about 12 o'clock, the not out men of the previous Saturday, Evans and Byrne, taking the wickets, but they failed to make a stand. before Shea was bowled. The Bungeudorc men then went iu to the bowling of Wilson and Musgi-aye, the latter having to retire after the first over owing to an injury to his leg, Shea taking bis place. Runs came very freely, the score standing at 26 for one wicket. A panic then set in, the wickets falling in rapid succession. The last wicket fell for 40, being two more than they put together in the first innings. The bowling of Wilson ana Shea was splendid, the latter doing the 'hat trick.' Subjoined are the scores : — BRAIDWOOD.— Second Insings. 7 Wickets for ? 00 R. Evans, b H. Leahy ? 0 Byrne, b J. R. Leahy ? 0 W. H. Warren, not out ? ...

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WON BY A NECK. CHAPTER I. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 25 December 1888

WON BY A NECK, CHAPTER I. It was in the year 1861, aftcv Garibaldi had bombarded Palermo, thatHMS. Thuuder lay off to the Mole, The Thunder was a fine frigate, something after the old school of British war vessels, and Jier crew, from the captain down to the youngest powder-boy, were as fine a set of fellows as ever donned the JRoyal blue or hoisted the Union Jack. ' It 18 unnecessary to touch upon the politi cal changes brought about by the brief and memorable events of the year '60 ; but so great and rapid a revolution could not take place, it ie unnecessary to say, without many attendant evils. Thus, with the abolition of the monastic system, not only was there a clerical disorganisation, but, from the sup pression of nunneries, it came about that many helpless women of all ages were, so to speak, thrown upon the -world. For them an entirely new condition of life was created, and in many instances they who were help less before were, by the whirlwind that had swept away so many o...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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Boxing Day Races. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 25 December 1888

Boxing Day Races. The following arc the nominations for the four principal euents to l-e run at the meeting of the Braidwood Amateur Jockey Club to-morrow : — Flying Handicap. Mr. P. Allen's Lady Littlefoot. E. G. Hassall's Carlo. W. 12. Royds' Dazzle. J. Turnbull's Novice, Pbesident's Cur. ifr. E. Flanagan's Argler. W. E. Royds' Cyclops. J. T. Murphy's Fermanagh, A. Martin, s us Pelhain. J. J. White's Fair Play. CHEISTM-iS BOX. Air. W. E. Royds Cyclops. J. T, Murphy's Lodestoue. J. TurnhuH's Novice.

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

AMATEUR Minstrel Entertainment IN THE ODDFELLOWS' HALL, BRAIDWOOD, ON BOXING NIGHT, In aid of Mrs. Hilton, whose husband died recently, leaving her with a family almost wholly unprovided for. FIRST-CLASS PROGRAMME. TICKETS : 2s aud Is ; children half price. DANCE! DANCE!! AFTER THE PERFORMANCE. Double Tickets, 2s 6d each. Musicians: STONE BROTHERS. T. MORRIS, Manager. Dance! Dance ! IN THE LITERARY INSTITUTE ON Boxing Night* Boxing Night FIRST-CLASS MUSIC. Dancing till Daylight. R. CHANEY D. RICHARDSON. Look Out ! Look Out ! FOR NEW YEARS' NIGHT. Dancing! Dancing! AT THE LITERARY INSTITUTE PRICES MODERATE. MUSICIANS : The well-known Stoke Brothers. R. W. HUNT. THE ANNUAL Tea IVjeetiqg 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 Parkes Reception Committee. THE FULL COMMITTEE are particularly reruested to meet at the Albion Hotel on THURSDAY, the 27th DECEM...

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Another Case of Personation at the Carrington Grounds. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 25 December 1888

Another Case of Personation at the Carriiigtou Grounds. It will ue remembered that some mouths back a ruuuer whose identity has never lrcen established competed in three heats at the Carrington Ground in one night under different names, and then mana ged to get away. Tlie culprit left behind as a stalking horse a youth disguised in a wig and false whiskers for the purpose of diverting suspicion from the real ofleuder, but it was very quickly ascertained then that the person who had run was not the one who had been discovered in disguise. Aiiotncr attempt at personation, wiiieu at once suggested a reminiscence of the previous case, was made on Thursday night, but on this occasion the scheme was discovered in time to frustrate it. It seems that hi the 43rd heat the name of G. Peters appeared iu tlie list of competitors, and when Mr. Gee (the superintendent of the ground) called the list over to ascertain if there were any seratehings, Peters' name was duly answered to. Mr. Gee sue pec...

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

WATER TANKS WANTED. Apply, D. S. LINDSAY, U , Braidwood Emporium. I TTf TANTED, a COOK & LAUNDRESS, also a I JVV HOUSE & PARLOUR MAID. I Apply, HENRY HUTCHINGS, : Tarago. Dargue's Reef, Major's Creek. rilENDERS are invited for the supply of ONE JL HUNDRED CORDS of FIREWOOD of suitable size for engine use, to be delivered at Machine on the ground. For particulars as to delivery, &c., apply R, G. HASSALL. Also, TENDERS for DRAWING STONE at PER TON from the United Miners' Shaft to above Machine. - Particulars on application. A.M.P. ,TN8URR YOUR LIFE in the AUSTRALIAN ?f L MUTUAL PROVIDENT SOCIETY. A, FRASER, WftUm-ltreet,

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Parliamentary. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 25 December 1888

Parliamentary. Directly the Legislative Assembly met on Friday Mr. Bums laid ou the table the amended Railway Estimates, which he stated contained even more in formation than had formerly been given. The ques tions, 17 in number, were then put. The last of these, standing in the name of JO1. J, P. Abbott, in the abseuce of that gentlemau, was asked by Mr. Slattery. It inquired what steps the Government proposed to take with reference to tho payment of members. Sir Henry Parkes, iu reply, reviewed the history of the question, and reminded tlie House that it had been an open question with the Government. The Upper Chamber, in pursuance of tlieir undoubted right, had time after time nega tived the second readiug of the bill. He -tskcd what more could Ministers do. If it was asked whether the Government would tack tliis provi sion to the Appropriation Bill, he said they would not. They would f take no rash and ujnustifiable course to carry this principle. Unless the two Houses could agv...

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For Mental Prostration. USE HORSFORD'S ACID PHOSPHATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 25 December 1888

For DlcutuI Prostration. Use Hobsfobd's Acid Phosphate. Ur. H. Walkkb, Auckland, N. Z., says: 'I have found it to act very well in severe mental prostration and nervous depression. I find it indispensable in my practice, having taken care ful observations of its action for over twelve months.'

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Railway Time-table for 1889. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 25 December 1888

Railway Time-table for 1S8O. The Railway Commissioners intend to introduce a new train service on the 1st of January, in which travellers will find that many desirable changes have been made iu the interest of their comfort. Tlie Commissioners explain that it was their iutention to make many more changes, but ou second thoughts they determined that it would perhaps be better to train the public gradually to the new system. On the Southern line the tram that leaves Sydney at 0.6 a.m., running to Liverpool without a stoppage, will in future depurt at 9.30 a.m.— a more convenient hour for families — aud will reach Goulburn 25 minutes earlier than the train which now leaves Sydney at 9.C a.m, The residents be tween Sydney and Liverpool will be enabled to join the train at Liverpool by taking the train which leaves Sydney at 9 o'clock in the morning. The express train which starts from Melbourne at 4.55 p.m., and is now due in Sydney at 12.5 p.m., will under the new arrangements arrive a...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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F. L. Barker's Weekly Report. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 25 December 1888

F. L. Barker's Weekly Report. Offered a catalogue of wool to-day consisting of several lines of both greasy scoured, and fleece of fair to good quality most of which changed owners, but one or two lines had to be passed in, in conse quence of reserves being beyond values. There was a large attendance of buyers and biddings were made with animation especially for well condition or greasy and got up scoured parcels, whereas faulty lines were not so much sought and the slight fall in I values shows on this quality only, part of U D N I over New England clip realised 8Jd, a useful wool 1 and fairly dry. .Scoured (fail- ijuality) J 4 jci. Fleece I washed (do. do.) 13}d. Amongst the lots sold may § l-e mentioned washed fleece D over M H Grom, I Braidwood, 13 bales at 13|d. I Sheepskins. — Advices from the Home market I are satUfactory'and it is expected prices for sound I pelted parcels will advance. Quotations at pre fi*-tt£nt unchanged. Braa Leather.— Market very dull. Sole is only iu P...

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Weekly Calendar. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 25 December 1888

Weekly Calendar. lUvMrftiinWiwlr Daysof I Sun I Sua Moon's D*y«ol the Week Month BlsM,. Sot8 Ag0 Wednesday ? Dec. 26 4 50 7 11 24 Thubsdav ? „ 27 4 50 7 12 25 Fmdav ? ,,28 4 51 7 12 20 Saturday ? ,,29 4 52 7 12 27 Sunday ? 30 4 53 7 13 28 Mommy ? „ 31 4 53 7 13 0 TPESDAy ? Jan. 1 4 54 7 14 i 0 i moon's riusu. Moon's lest Quarter Doc 26, at 4.5 p.m. The Braidwood Dispatch. Slrenui et Prosper^. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 25, 188B.

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

ONE OF THE SIGHTS OP THE CX**.. ' JV V THE PREMIER STORE Sfy You arc invited to walk through tticse Magnificent *NW»^- ? ? ENTERING the DRAPERYDEPARTMENT fromA«%# E thefirsttlxing that will attract your attention ujSMg^W^ . 8ortmentof ^ ^^ 0^1.^^^; As we stated in our last advertisement, we get all ow* qtoflffl&HHB j our own^Lurements aud ideas^ct.irom t]iS.iaanafei«ie«mp| The Little Boy's Suit you get from FORMER BROTHRES and JONES, for } The Y^ltK KntT^ouse? Suit you buy for 15/-5 you pay £l for [ 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 then- 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 The Latest Hat, . The finest Tie. Han.lkeicl.ief Lhd ala&e range of fflie Be^Hbfei^'Woyes, -traces, .yuu*™...

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

LOCAL NEWS. ? «. ? The Holidays. — The only public amusement in the district for Boxing Day iirul be the races under the auspices of the Braidwood Amatucr Jockey Club, which give promise of being very successful. In the evening a niinistrcl entertainment will be given in the Oddfellow's Hail in aid of Mrs. Biltou, the death of whose husband some short time back Ipfh hf*r nnr? Jipr familir in faflmf ef.raif^M/ii? mt-/i..,,,_ stances. AVe understand that a good programme of a varied character has been prepared, and this together with the fact that the entertainment is for a charitable purpose should ensure a good atten dance on the night iu question. There will also be a dance in the Institute. Changes in Business. — There are several impor tant changes in business taking place or about to take place in Braidwood just now. Amongst the principal we may mention that Mr. C. B. Payne had announced the sale of hie business known as the Free Trade Store, to Mr. Janjes McDonald who carried i...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 25 December 1888

At Christmas time, when -we always see the country with a brownish caste, the grass and the grain crops of all kinds going into ear, we now witness instead everything as green as in the first blush of spring-time, when the fruit trees ave only just coming into blossom and the wheat and oats are putting out their first leaves. The present season, with its prolific midsummer growth, is the most extraordinary, one that has ever been witnessed, as far as we can learn, witliiu the memory of the ' oldest inhabitant,' who is never far off in these parts, where so many live to a ripe old age. The rapid growth now observable is something wonderful — it is, of a verity, a new creation, after the period of blight and desolation wliicli we have passed through owing to the continued drought, which has broken up most unexpectedly at a tame when it is most unusual to have such rains as we have been blessed with. The lot of the farmer, rosy as it may be painted by our romance writers, who delight t...

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