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Disastrous Floods in Victoria. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 5 January 1889

Disastrous Floods in Victoria. Melbourne, Wednesday.— On Tuesday after noon a tremendous flood, accompanied by loss of life and considerable damage to property, occurred at Castlcmamc. Shortly after mid-day rain began to fall in torrents, filling the water channels and creeks, and driving most of the people who wore holiday-making to the shelter of their bomes. A large crowd hart congregated on the Camp Reserve to witness the sports being held for the benefit of the charities. Before they could all get clear a bank of water from 5ft to 6ft high came down both Barker's and Forest creeks, cutting off the com munications with the camps. Hundreds of people turned out, and got on the high railway embank ment near the junction of the creeks to watch the roaring flood. Portions of weatherboard houses, boxes, buckets, fencing, poultry, and timber could bo Been tossed along on the water. The station master had to send men along the embankment to warn the people of tbe Approaching train. At C...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 5 January 1889

WANTED, a HOUSEMAID. Apply to Mbs. ROYDS, Durham Hall. \rr ANTED, a BRICKLAYER. ' Apply to E. FRANCIS. WANTED, a good GENERAL SERVANT. Apply to Mbs. POOLEY, Braidwood. WANTED, a COOK. Apply to ' Mbs. MADDRELL, Bedervale. WANTED, a GOOD STRONG BOY as ap prentice to the blacksmithing. Apply, M. J. O'CONNELL, Wnllace-street, Braidwood. WATER TANKS WANTED. Apply, D. S. LINDSAY, Braidwood Emporium. WANTED, a COOK & LAUNDRESS, also a HOUSE & PARLOUR MAID. Apply, HENRY HUTCHINGS, Tju-ngo. Goiilbura Flour, IN 601b BAGS. BEST QUALITY. D. S. LINDSAY, Braid wood Emporium. 10s Reward. A LARGE BROWN SPANIEL DOG, with brass collar, having either strayed or been stolen from my yard, the above reward will be paid 4th January, I8S9. Caution AS some evil-disposed boys have recently been visiting the Manse Grounds, especially on the Sabbath Day, aud doing mischief, they are hereby cautioned not to present themselves there again nnder any pretext whatever. If this caution is unheeded, t...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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Weekly Calendar. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 5 January 1889

Weekly Calendar. timrfM,.™,.!, PayBof Sun j Sun Moon's Dsysof the Week Mo*th Rises &ts ^ Wednesday ? Jan. 2 4 65 7 13 w Tmcbsoay ? ' 3 4 56 7 13 2 Fbibay ? „ 4 4 57 7 13 3 Saturday ? ,,5 4 58 7 14 4 SBKiwir ? 6 4 58 7 14 S Monday ? 7 4 59 7 14 6 Tossdat ? , 8 5 0 7 14 7

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 5 January 1889

FTO1TER BEOTHEBS AND JONES. ONE OF TBS SIGHTS OF TBS CITY. THE PREMIER STORES. You arc invited to walk through 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 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 getting The...

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 5 January 1889

LOCAL NEWS. Spobtino ? Tile annual meeting of tlie Bega Jockey Club commenced ou Tuesday. The weather was fine, but the attendance was rather limited. The first event, the Trial Stakes, fell to Mark Tapley, Reform being second and Maid of Erin third. Hidden Treasure won the Cup, with Pro gress second, and Friction third, while iu the District Puree Eastwood came in first, followed by Kamernka and Progress. In the Mercantile Gift Mark Tapley was first to catuh the judge's eye, Ingersoll being second and Hidden Treasure third. The final event of the day fell to Mr. Harvison with the aid of Examiner, beating Eastwood and Friction. The attendance was much larger on the second day, and the racing good. Polka won the Two-year-old Race, Edith being second. The Town Plate, for which eight Btarted, fell to Eastwood, with Gazette second and Allandale third. Free trader appropriated the trotting race, while for the Mayor's Cup out of a held of seven, the winner turned up in. Kameruka, Yarramin...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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MOON'S PHASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 5 January 1889

moon's rifAsi:. Moons first quarter, Jan. 9, at 10.45 a.m. The Braidwood Dispatch. StrerwA cl Prosper^. SATURDAY, JANXJARY 5, 1889.

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Horsford's Acid Phosphate. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 5 January 1889

Horsford's Acid Phosphate. Seasickness Often Prevented and Relieved. ?'Physicians of all schools use and recommend Dr. Scale's American Hop Bitters. Test them.'

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LONDON. THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 5 January 1889

LONDON. Thursday. A water gas has been manufactured by the Leeds Forge Company, which will result in a saving of L10.000. The gas can be produced under fuurpence per thousand cubic feet. News from Zanzibar states that the Arabs made a. determined attack on the Germans at Daressalem. Heavy fighting ensued. The Germans are suffer ing from fever. The King of Italy, addressing his ministers, ex pressed an ardent desire that the peoue of Europe should be maintained. He believed peace was as sured during 1889. Replying to a deputation tbo Hungarian Pre mier and the Emperor of Austria also gave similar assurances. President Garnot held a New Year reception in Paris. He delivered a speech implying that the Paris Exhibition year would be a peaceful one. Seven negro sen-ants hi Illinois drugged the household with the intention of robbery and firing the building. The scheme failed. It is feared they Will be lynched. The Austrian Ambassador's house in London has been entered by a burglar and L3...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 5 January 1889

GKENERAL NEWS. ? + ? Holloway's Ointment and Pills. — Counsel for the delicate. — Those to whom the changeable tempera ture is a protracted period of trill should seek the earliest opportunity of removing all obstacles to good health. This cooling Ointment, perseveringly rubbed upon the skin, is the most reliable remedy for overcoming all diseases of the throat and chest. Quinsey, relaxed tonsils, sore throat, swollen glands, ordinary catarrh, aud bronchitis, usully prevailing at this season, may be arrested as soon as dis covered, and every symptom banished by Hollo way's simple and effective treatment. This Oint ment and Pills are highly commended for the facility with which the successfully contend with influenza ; they allay iu an incredibly short time the distressing fever anil teazing cough. — Advt. The total yield of gold from Croydon since the opening of the field is valued at 1220,000, Some life insurance companies have instructed their agents at Brisbane not to issue any m...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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Railway Traffic at Christmas. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 5 January 1889

Railway Traffic at Christmas. The traffic ou the railways for the Christmas holidays of 1888 has been remarkably heavy, and as compared with the previous Christmas shows a considerable increase. The railway authorities at tribute the increase to the fine weather that pre vailed on this occasion, whereas tbe Christmas of 1887 was wet. to the cxtensiou of the lUawarra railway to Kiama, and to the greater facilities pro vided for travellers. A return presented to the Railway Coinmisskmers on Monday shows that on the main suburban line 61,200 passengers travelled during the Christmas holidays of JS87, aud that the receipts were £1376, while for 1888 the numbers are 94,899 pas sengers, aud receipts £2262 ; on the Ulawarra line for !887 the numbers were 20,587 passengers, and £504 ; and for 1SSS are 52,298 passengers, and £2294; on the Hawkesbury River line the numbers for 1887 were 2067 passengers, and £159 ; and for 1888 were 6)32 passengers, aud £955. The total passenger for 1887 were ...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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OUR TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY Friday, 1.25 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 5 January 1889

OUR TELEG-BAMS. (yaou ocb owx cobuesponpest.) SYDNEY Fbidav, 1.25 r. w, At the stock soleB yesterday 750 cattle were yarded. Good beef was worth 28/- per cwt. best bullocks averaging L12 13/4, othere from L5 7/4, }300 sheep were penned and best merinos brought 12/6, others from 2/7 aud crossbreds 14s, 9d, At a large public meeting in the Town' Ball last night, Mr. Dibbs, presiding, resolutions were car ried urging the Governor to extend his prerogative of mercy to the woman Collins. The Hall was crowded to excess, a number of ladies being pre sent. . Tbe resolutions . will be presented to the Governor to-Aay, The Government have decided upon a complete stoppage of tho relief works. A thousaud men st present employed under the Casual Labor Board will be discharged in throe batches. Sic Henry Parkes was entertained at luncheon in the Melbourne Exhibition yesterday by Sir Jos, MoBato. A Borious explosion ocourrod in a tnino at Sand hunt yesterday. A man named Maetcott was killed and an...

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CABLE MESSAGES. LONDON, JANUARY 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 5 January 1889

CABLE MESSAGES. ? * ? (From the Sydney Papers.) . London, Javuabt 1. Mr. Kdward Harrington, »Lf . tor West K.erry, has been sentenced, under the provisions of the Crimes Act, to six months' imprisonment, with hard labour, for having published in the Kerry Sentinel a report of the meeting of a branch of tho National League which had been suppressed by order of the Government. A Greek trader, who has arrived at Suakim, re ports that up to within two months ago nothing was known at Khartoum of the reported capture of Kmin Bay by the Mahdi The Mahdi's troops, the Greek states, have beeu twice defeated at Bihrel Ghazel. It is intended to abandon the attempt to conquer the equatorial province of the Soudan. It is rumoured that Bmin Pasha has reached Lake Victoria Nyanza. The deposition of Mwanga, the King of Uganda, having led to the opening up of the Customs route through that territory, Emin Bay is awaiting the arrival of Stanley. The health of John Bright continues to improve. The Boar...

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Revenue for 1888. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 5 January 1889

Revenue for 1SSS. In regard to the revenue for 1888, the following has been handed to us -S. M. Hmumi) -.—The Colouial Treasurer in delivering his financial state ment on 1st December, 1887, estimated the revenue far 1888 at the total sum of C8.511.725, inclusive of £ 200,000 to be received from the sale of villa sites at the Centenniol lJark iu return for expendi ture at that nlace. Ou the 17th July followuiB he increased his estimate to £8,888,072 ; and on the 31 Bt October, 1888, he predicted that the revenue would reach £9,040,308. The sale of the Centen nial Park sites was delayed till late in the year, and was tben postponed till 1889, during which year it is to come off. The estimate was thereby reduced to £8,840,308. The actual revenue for 18SS, so fav as it can at present be ascertained, amounts to £8,883,708, an'! exceeds the estimate of October last by £45,500, and the receipts of Decem ber, 1887, by £374,043. The receipts for the last day of the year have yet to be analy...

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The Cause of Droughts. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 5 January 1889

The Cause of Droughts. The opinions of the Government Astronomers of New Soath Wales, Victoria, and South Australia on the subject of droughts have been published. These opinions were contributed to the Argus, which paper says that, though consulted separately, the astronomers are unanimous in the explanation riven as to the immediate cause of this vear's drought, for they sav that the area of high pressure air which is created by the monsoons from the uorth, aud which usually extends along the southern por tion of the continent, has been driven further south than usual. ' This area is completely void of moisture, and it is only when the southern cyclones force their way into it so as to disperse the diy atmosphere that there is a laiufall. The ' cyclonic intrusions,' as they are called, of course occur most frequently on tbe boundary of the high pressure area, and the result is that the frequent spring rains which are generally experienced in Victoria and tbe southern parts of the ...

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A Rising Industry in Victoria. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 5 January 1889

A. Rising Industry in Victoria. A Melbourne correspondent to an English paper, after remarking that wine has now figured for some years among tffe products of Victoria, says that its production will probably ere long become an im portant source of wealth for that colony. The vines were originally imuorted from France, Germany, Spain, and other countries ; but owing to the difference of climate and change of soil the Mines yielded by them differ considerably from those pro duced in their native countries. For instance the Cabinet grape, which in Frauce produces a light wine, gives in Australia a j-ro«iuct resembling But, {jundy in ilavcur ? ::?! Kouissillon in colour, while the white grapes, such as Reisling, Piueau blanc, and others produce much heavier wines than they -3o in Europe, and which, moreover, bear a great similarity to the Spanish. Again, in different localities the same vines produce wines which are widely dissimilar, and it is only now that it is being discovered, from...

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Robberies at Annandale. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 5 January 1889

Robberies at AuHandalc. About 2 p.m. on New Year's Day, three men, taking advantage of the absence of the occupants, entered the residence of Mr. Henderson, 'Agiu- court,' Collins-street, Allandale. A Mrs. Taylor, who resides in the some street, noticed throe men drive un to the corner in a buacv. and shortly afterwards, hearing a noise, she went out and found a man attempting to open the shutters of the Bide window. She immediately gave the alarm, and her husband and Mr. Foster, her father, gave chase, and captured two of the men. The third man then came up, and, pretending to bo o, detective, desired to drive to the police station with the party, but on being recognised by Mr. Taylor, lua assistance was refused. He then pulled one of the men out of the buggy, aud they both made off. They did not, bow ever, count upon the agility of a new actor in the little drama who rejoices in the name of Green. This gentleman gave chase and captured the escapee, but unfor tunately the would bo ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 9 January 1889

COUGHS AND COLDS. Influenza, bronchitis, and all affections of the Chest and Lungs. Watt's Celebrated Pectoral, Oxy i mo! ot ' Airnjriw.}, or I'?0', 'vnss, Tis III au.y noun «.y !w..tu guts, uui.i.u..wi..-^ji'i J. its action is marvellous. Over 200 grosB of ' bottles of tliii valuable medicine are sold annually, ! Is Cd, 2s Cd, and 4s Cd bottles. Sold by the pro ; prictors and all chemists and storekeepers in the i colony. * j WATT AJsTD SON. W. J. CHAPMAN, Stock and Station Agent, AUCTION MART, BEAlDWOOa First-class Paddocks, splendidly grassed and per manently watered, one mile from Sale YurcU. . JUT Advances made upon Stock tot S»l«. Stopping fay Pod vfiBt WE jBend samples to all parts of AwSbdtk -^Bi POST MUCK. UytWs weans thosa™,* S| ding in the Country can inspect our goods. Sulk ^H° LATEST STYUSS.- Coinpavo the Qualities And B Test the Prices. , ? W' Our goods arc all marked iu Plain Figures, «u-l ^Bc we do not Uoap Unreliable Makes, Full ranges ot ^Bi Samples arc sent by ret...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 9 January 1889

v PTTSaCXG IffOTICE. A. tint A HsAJl, THE PEOPLE'S TAILOR, IN thanking the jmMic of JJraidivood and surrounding District for their liberal supiioit since Ue 1ms started Business in Draithraod, wishes it to bo imdei'stood that he is iu NO WAV CONNECTED with any DRAPER 6ft TAILOR, as they cIubb UicmsckcF, and also invites the Public to inspect his STOCK OF OVER 100 TWEEDS, from which they enn chooBe their ovji Patterns and avoid being compelled to select from pattern cards. A.G. further wishes to draw the public attention to liis GKEAT REDUCTION IN PRICES TO SUIT T1IE TIMES. TWEED SUITS, to order (hand made) ? £3 3 0 TROUSERS, to order ? 0 10 (J TROUSERS & VEST, to order ? J 23 0 A. G. wisheB it be distinctly ttntk'rstood that he keeps 110 Machines, aud customers may rely upou their orders being executed us hitherto with all hand sewing. Pioneer Mir » Wallace and Coach Factory^^J^^^ Braidwood W. BBIPqEMENT, Proprietor. WB., iu thanking the Public of Braidwood for their liberal...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 9 January 1889

£50 reward £50 psa'jd & deceit. In order to protect the people from being; defrauded and cheated, the American Hop Bitters Company offers the above Reward for the arrest and conviction of any person or persons refilling the American Hop Bitters Company's bottles, and for selling any vile nostrum or compound as the genuine and original Or, Souie's Ameri can Hop Bitters, or for counterfeiting the Company's Label — a Bunch of Green Hops on a White Label, with Black Letters. DR. SOTJLE'S AMERICAN HOP * BITTERS (A MEDICINE, NOT A DRINK), OOKrMSB HOPS, HVCHV, HAKDBAKB, AkbthsPcMST iSD Best Uedioal Qualities ar iu, anies Dijterb. All Discuses of tlie Stomach, Bovrels, BiooS, Um, Kidneys and Urinary OijtinB, Nervousness, Bltepleis ness, Female Complaint* and Drunkenness. THOUSANDS UPON THOUSANDS!!! of tsatitimntais at the rooet wonderful ouies, volun tirily suit ub, we do not jiulilisli them, as they do not mnl-8 the cure. It is our medicine, Dr. S mla's American Hop Ulttet*. that m...

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ORUOIFIED HEARTS. CHAPTER IL TEN YEARS LATER. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 9 January 1889

CRUCIFIED HEARTS. CHAPTER IL ' TEN YKAIIS LAT1SR. Captain Leland tsmiled rather grimily, as he answered- — ''Well, Mostyn, you Needn't envy me my chances of seeing Miss Horeuzy, for I ain about the unlikeliost person in the world to meet her. It's ten years since I crossed tho threshold of the old house in Sbnonshiro. So, Mostyn, though I tun my uncle's heir, I'm a complete stranger at Lady Place, and have been ever since my uncle's marriage.' And a look of pain, mingled deeply with eager, crossed his handsome face as he remembered how passionately ho had loved tho woman who was now Sir Marcus's wife, and recollected, with hot indignation, how completely she had severed him from the kind old man who from boyhood had been his best — indeed, almost bis only friend. The estrangement between Sir Marcus and bis nephew had dated from the marriage of the old man with the beautiful Olive Penruth. True, Edmund Leland had been asked occasionally to Lady Olive's grand London entertainments, bu...

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