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Directions for Making a Will. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 9 January 1889

Directions for Making a Will. A Will cannot be made in language too simple or concise ; must be written with ink on paper or parchment and signed at tee cad by the testator, in the presence of two or more witnesses, who must not be parties interested in the will ; or, if written on more than one sheet, the parties should sign each sheet. The witnesses must rigidly comply with every particular required by the Attestation Clause at the eud of which clause they must sign their names. The signature of the testator must be acknowledged by him in the presence of the wit nesses ; and he should (atter signing) take the Will in bis hand and say, ' I acknowledge this to be my last WiU and Testament, and request you to witness it.' FORM OF WILL. This is the lost will and Testament of. me , of , after payment of all my just debts, funeral and testamentary expenses I give, devise, and bequeath uuto ; also to . Autl as to the residue and re mainder of my real and personal estate, I give devise an...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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OUR TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY TUESDAY, 1.30 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 9 January 1889

OUR TELEGRAMS. ? + (fbom ode own coreespokdekt.) S5TDNEY TOBSDAY, 1.30 P.M. Louisa Collins was executed shortly after 9 o'clock tliis moraine. She was supported to the gallows by two female warden, having been already piuioned, submitting to the same resignedly. She was taken by the hangman and his assistant. Canon Rich stepped ou the platform alongside the woman and read a portion of the burial service. The attendant then adjusted the white cap, and the hangman, adjusting the noose, pulled it sharply round tue neck. The woman Jaitered slightly bat bore up well. The hangman signalled to his assis tant to pull the lever, but the bolt stuck fast, the hammer being used before the trap fell. The woman almost choked on the drop, and the cord tightening tore open her throat, blood Epurting.out, but death was instantaneous, aud there was not the slightest quiver of the muscles to indicate pain or suffer ing. The Assembly meet again this afternoon. It is not probable much business will be t...

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CABLE MESSAGES. LONDON JANUARY 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 9 January 1889

CABLE MESSAG-ES. (From the Sydney Papers.) Loxdos, Jasuahy 4. Ssir Kohert JVlonor, liritish Ambassador at fet. Petersburg, hits written to Count Herbert Bismarck an indignant, letter, denying what he terms, an in famous libel published in rhe Cologne Gakktte to the effect that he betrayed to the late Marshall Ijiizaihc the movements of the German Army in iS~i0. He enclosed a denial from the lute Marshal Bazaine, and asked Count Herbert Bismarck to contradict tho statement in the Nokudkutsche Zeztuko. Count Herbert Bismarck declined to do this, and expressed his astonishment at the demand. Sir Robert Morier then published the letters. The CousiiNK Gazette declares that Marshal Bazaine made an accusation against Sir Robert Morier to a German military attache at Madrid. Ihe Times, iu commenting upon the incident, says that the attack on Sir lioliDrt Morier is part of the system of persecution directed against all the nearest and dearest of the late Emperor Frederick. King Milan has gra...

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

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LONDON. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 9 January 1889

LONDON. MovnAV. . It is reported that Emin Sey is a prisoner at Khartoum, A great fire occurred at Smith&elds, by which twelve shops were destroyed. The committee of the house of representatives recommends increased stringency us tlie regulations under wliich immigrants are brought to America. Forty Brenuau torpedos are being utilised for the coastal defence of great Britain. A company is being formed in Paris with a capital of £20,000,000 to complete the Panama Canal. Mr. Lesseps has beeu offered the position of president of tbe board, management. A deserter from the Dervishes camp stateB that Osman Digna with 1200 followers is present at Handoub. He refuses to retire upon Tokav and intends to commence offensive operations directly the British forces leave Suakim, The Republican Congress, held in Paris, selected M. Jacques to oppose General Boulauaer in lite eandidature for department of the Seme, iU Jacques i» President oi the Seine General Council

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 12 January 1889

I Acknowledgment. I DESIRE to express «iy SINCERE THANK to tho inhabitants of Braitlwood district an I Captain's Flat for their kind sympathy and assii I tanco given through the death of my late liusbatic Thomas Cook, who was accidentally killed In til North Koh-i-noor Mine, Captain's Flat. ANN COOK. [ Major's Creek, Jan. 8th, 1889. Notice. LOWER ARALUEN COMMONS. mHE TRIENNIAL ELECTION of Trustees fo X above Commons will take place at NOON, o MONDAY, January 21st, at Mr. R. GRIGG'S Lower Aralucu. W. U. SMITH, Sec. Lower Aralucn, Jan. 8tli, 18S9. Braidwood Choral Society ? TiERFORMING MEMEBRS will nlease mco \_ for REHEARSAL on TUESDAY', IStl instant, at 8 p.m., bringing copies of 'Farmer' Mass. ' Committee meeting at 7.30. 3. C. WILSON, Hon. Sec. Notice. A WHITE HEIFER, unbrauded, between ! and 8 yeais old, is now in my paddock ii Aruluen, which I believe to be my property. An; one claiming her please apply to J. H. BLATCHFORD, Bell's Creek. Braidwood Hospital. rE GENERAL MEETING of...

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F. L. Barker's Weekly Report. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 12 January 1889

F. L. Barker's Weekly Report. Wool. — A nice catalogue was offered at the sole this week comprising lots from New England, Monaro, and the western districts. The attendance of buyers was numerous and biddings spirited, for good quality, greasy and scoured, to late rates, but not within a farthing per lb could be reached for medium to faulty of both descriptions. Good greasy brought 9M, which was obtained for a well. cared for lot of hoggett's from Cavagaba, near Grenfell ; and a well-not up lot from Uralla, (New England), reached 9Jcf. Fair quality washed fleece brought 12|d ; and a, large parcel from Monaro of well-got up scoured, was passed in at slightly under owner's idea of value. Sheepi-kiss.— The market is very firm, and shippers are anxious to secure all ehort-woolled lots if free from weavil. Quotations: Long-woolled, 4W to 5£d; medium growth, 3M. to 41d; shorts, 2dto3dperlb. Hides. — A strong shipping inquiry exists aud tanners compete for prime conditioned heavies which a...

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CRUCIFIED HEARTS. CHAPTER III (Continued). AT LADY PLACE. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 12 January 1889

CRUCIFIED HEARTS. CHAPTER III (Continued). AT LADY MACE, It was a brilliant morning in early September, the dew lay sparkling on the grass, and the fruit hung in golden and ruddy clusters from the laden branches. The great bell at Lady Place had ceased its sonorous peal, and the busy gardeners and stablemen had commenced their daily toil A small door in the court-yard of the Place was quickly opened, and a young woman, plainly but tastefully dressed, and having the air of an upper servant, crossed the great stone-paved yard at a quick pace, and walked rapidly along the beech avenue. A quarter of an hour's quick walking brought her to one of the rustic lodges, iu which lived a superannuated oldgamekeeper. Evidently he had not roused himself from his slumbers, for the windows were still unclosed, and no smoke ascend from the Gothic chimney. The gate was locked, but, nothing daunted, Nelly Price proceeded to climb the high bars, and soon lightly reached the high road, upon which the ga...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 12 January 1889

£50 reward £50 FBAgD & 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 Dr. SouSe'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. SOVLE'S BMERICBN HOP * BITTERS (A MEDICINE, NOT A DRINK), COKW1SS HOPS, BUCHU, MATVDItAKE, DAIVDISMOJ.'. AND TUB PCRKST 4S» BEST MlDICit OCAUtOSl Or all other Bitters. TBCE-5T GUBB All Diseases o! the Stomach, Bowels, Blotti, Liver, Kiincj-s and Urinary Organs, Nervousness, Sleepless ness, Female Complaints and Drunkenness. THOUSANDS UPON THOUSANDS!!! ot testimonials of the most wonderful cures, volun tarily sent us, we do not publish them, as they do not make the cure. It is our medicine, »r. S™1b'« Ameri...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 12 January 1889

In political rs well ;is in worldly ailairs generally events tliat are unexpected arc al ways taking place. The wreck of the late Government lias conic at .i time when it was little anticipated. Sir Henry Parkes, the Premier, could hardly have had the fear before his eyes of so sudden «n eject lnent from official life, or he would jjave scarcely ciioseu tne tuno lie cua tor taking .a holiday in Melbourne, know iug «s lie well must the opportunity given to tbe mice (iind rats too) when the cat's away. Of course it is easy after the event to reckon Up the situation and to point out the causes which led up to it. But the late Adminis tration must have been declining for some time past and its strength slowly but surely wast ing away, wliile to all outward appearance it was in full bloom and vigour. The pecca dilloes of Ministers with regard to the use which they made of the unemployed in put ting them to work upon tlieir own uud other people's private land to clear it and make rw^s thr...

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CABLE MESSAGES. JAN. 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 12 January 1889

CABLE MESSAGES. (Prom the Svdflov PftDorg.l Jan. 7. The inquiry which wa» hold into the accusation ttgaiiiBt Uii . Gcffekon, of having betrayed State secrets in compiling the life of tlie late Emperor Frederick ofwrnlMBf, led, 'to the revival of tho charge against Sir 'Robert Morier, British Ambassa dor at St, Petersburg. TUc disclosures innde gave confirmation to an i\\A svVLtwt fUwt ftip TCnlinrl, Nfnrlnr had bnfielv bo trayodto Marshal Baiaijic secrets divulged to him by 'Frederick, then Crown Prince. It is known that Prince Bismarck is not friendly to Sir Robert Morier, and it is believed that he in pired the revival of the old accusation agaiuat him. The Cologne Gazette says that Sir Robert Morior was justified iu publishing Marshal Bazainc's letter denying the truthfulness of the betrayal accusation. The same paper states that the diary of the late Emperor Frederick is not trustworthy, Jioncc Sir Robert Moricr's appeal to have tho denial published in tlio official German press...

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 12 January 1889

LOCAL NEWS. Opposition Coaciiinu. — It is a good while s-incc there was any opposition in coaching on the Braid wood jtnd Tarago road, Mr. lVoley having bad undisturbed possession of tlie road *ince Iiu bought out Jlr. Oni.ii Maloiie some sis or seven yeai-g ago. As will he seen by an adt'crtisineiH in another column, Mr, 15. Moran announces that he will run d couch throe times a Week, Legal. — Mr. H. Dan-son, M.L.A., lias disposed of Jus practice us a solicitor in Cooma to a Mr, J, T. Flyiui. Bbaidwoob Police Cori'.T.— At this court, on Wednesday before Messrs. R. Maddrell juid J. Wal lace, the ouly case heard was one in which Mary Flyun sued Corncluis Flyim for wife doser tion. Defendant having promised to provide a home and necessary cumfnrte for his wife their wor shipsmadeiiomamteneuceorder. Frederick Godfrey tvas brought up on Thiirwliiy last before Messrs J. IV. Bum), C. B. Payne, and .1. H. Wutchford, on four different charges, viz., Viifrmncy, u=iii-; obscene language, resi...

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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 12 January 1889

GENERAL NEWS. An airfuliy sudden death is reported in the Bega Stakdahd. Mr. J. A. Davis, son of Mr. John Davis, P.M., 4t Bega, who was staying with his brother at KnmeruUa for the good of his health, died on Sunday while at dinner. He had enjoyed a hearty meal, when lie wus seize I with a slight cough, and fell forward on the table. Blood was fipnn fai I»r issuing fi-nni his inniil.Ji. n.ni^ l»p ovniiw in a short time, the cause being the rupture of a Wood vc-6S'l. Deceased was a clerk in the Joint Stock Hank in Grafton until he took ill. The inquiry iuto the origin of the fire that took place on tlie premises iu Auburn-street Goulburn occupied by Mr. John liailey, Watchmaker, last Saturday morning, was resumed on Thursday after noon before Mr. Harold O'Brien, district coroner, and a jury of twelve. Mr. Davidson appeared to watch the case ou behalf of Mr. Bailey. The jury after an absence of a little over half-au-bour ie turned with a verdict 'That the premises were wilfully eet oh...

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Complimentary Dinner to Mr.J.T.Murphy. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 12 January 1889

Complimentary Dinner to Mr. J. T. illuri-by- Tlie friendB of Mr. J. T. Murphy cntortaiued liim oii TJiuisday evening at dinner prior to 3-is Icas-iug Braidwood. About . forty-Ova ' sat dowu. Mr. Harry, the present laudlord of the Albion Hotel, and Mr. Marpliy'a successor, provided tins dinner, wlucli was laid in the larjge dining room of the hotel, and which for the style iu which It was got «i-, i oflect»d the highest credit »^u tlie hos tess, Mrs. Larry. Tbe iable was loaded with the choicest viands, and champagne ftud the finest Mr. R. Hassall occupied the chair and Mr. \V, 3. Cliapmau tbe vice-chair. The company included the leading residents of the town and district. Amoiicst the number were Mr. Sydney Want and Mr. Parehase, visitors to the district. Full justice haviiiK been done to the good things provided, the usual loyal toasts of the Queen and Royal Family aud his Excellency the Governor were given by the Chairman aud jnost loyally drank, after -which the Chairman proposed...

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LONDON. THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 12 January 1889

LONDON, Tbobsdav. While the Ameer of Afghanistan was parading his troops on Boxing Day at Herat, a Sepoy fired at him, but missed his aim. The Sepoy was at once killed. Bismarck has influenced the German press to adopt a pacific tone towards England in discussing Samoan affairs. The German official report states that the natives were instigated to fire upou tlie Germans by the acting American Consul at Apia aud Cap tain ijeary, uommanacr oi tnc American iv&rsiup Adams. The Mgrniso Post says that Germany has acted dishonestly and traitorously throughout in regard to Samoa. During a gale at Pittsburg, America, a new building was blown iuto a swamp and twenty eight people were buried, many dead. The floods on the Yellow River in China have caused a famine. Countless people are starving. A relief fund has keen started in London. Later. Terrific gales continue on the British coasts aud numerous disasters are reported, with loss of life. Further severe fighting has occurred at Hay...

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Parliamentary. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 12 January 1889

Parliamentary. There was a large attendance of ho». members in the Legislative Assembly when the Speaker took the chair on Tuesday, and a commendable desire to proceed with business was shown. There were only five questions on the paper, and they were quickly disposed of. Mr. Walker, with the con currence of the House, moved and carried a resolu tion for the reriral of the select committo on the work of the unemployed on the liornsby and Holt Sutherland estates. The preliminary aud'fonnal business of the Legis lative Assembly on Tuesday only occupied about ?20 minutes, after which the first notice on the business paper was moved by Mr. Barbour. The motion ivas as follows : — '1. That, in the opinion of this House, the system of making so many special areas by tlie Lands Department is contrary to the spirit and intention of our laud laws, and against the best interests of tbe colony. 2. That when the Imperial Parliament liauded over the Crown lands to New South Wales, it was to enabl...

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OUR TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY Wednesday, 8.10 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 12 January 1889

OUR TELEaEAMS. ? — — ? 'w ? (FBOM OCfE OWN COItBESrOXDENT.) Wednesday, 8.10 r.M. Motion for adjournment of tbe House on Mr. Fehon's case was carried against the Government to-night by fl. majority of 37 to 23. Tbe resignation of the Government is expected. ' ? TmrasDAY, 4.SB v.V- , Tlie iBnuttry have roBiguod^ndthoirl'oaigflatioti ^ ? ? ? ? has been accepted. Mr. Want has been Dent ior. 7.20 t.M. 3tfr. Want has declined the task. Mr. DibU is now forming a Ministry. h':- , Fbwav, 12.42 r.M. At yesterday's stock sales 1100 cattle were yarded and prices declined ]0i to 15s per head. Best bul locks averaged ill 9s and others from £5 2s 3d. 10,700 sheep were penned and best merinos aver aged Hs Cd and others from 7s 2il. At yesterday's wool sales fair greasy brought 6-1 to9Ja .aid scoured 12Jd. There ib jio further development of the political crisis. Mr, Dibbs had a lengthy and cordial inter view with the Governor yesterday afternoon, eventually undertaking to form a Cabinet by three o'...

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How Syndicates are Formed. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 12 January 1889

Hon- Syndicates arc Formed. Melboub.ve, Tuesday. — Some reve3atious were made on Monday at a meeting of the Killingworth EstRte Company. During the discussion it trans pired that about six months ago a syndicate was formed by Mr. Minims, M. L. A., aud others, to purchase the Killingirortli Estate, at Yea, contain ing H,000 acres, aud that after holding it fora few weeks it was to be resold at an advance of £1 per acre to the Freehold Farms Company, which was of the syndicate paid L750 into the venture on this understanding. The Freehold Farms Company, however, collapsed before the sale was effected, and the land remained on the hands of the syndicate. Mr. Woods, M.L.A., disclaimed any responsibility, and said that there had been an unfortunate misunderstanding. It was stated that there had been over £11,000 subscribed by the syndicate, of which i'8000 was paid to the vendors as a deposit, and £3000 was spent in commission, out of which Mr. Jas. H. Mirams received £1500. Mr. Woods re...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 12 January 1889

WANTED, a COOK and GENERAL LACK DRESS. Apply, ?-:??? MISSM&EER. - . ; Brftjdwooa. ?- WANTED, a COOK and LAUNDRESS. Apply at the Criterion Hotel. - ? : ? '.'??? ? .i ... n ',...;? - *???' ' ' WANTED, ft BRICKLAYER* l ! ; TT Apply to , '?; ....''. . E. FKANCIS. . '-., . ANTED, a COOK. Apply to ?'. Hr9.MAI)»RELL, ? . ?- -:^r .-.?,. ? Bedesvde. -,-? ? TTTAJJTED, a COOK & LAUNDRESS; ataeft W HOUSE & PARLOUR MAID. Apply, HENRY HUTOHJNGS, Tarftgo. Turnip Seed, TOOK SALE, SCOTCH ABERDEEN VBtLOW.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 12 January 1889

FT7RNER BROTHERS AND JONES, ONE OF THE SIGHTS OF THE OITT. THE PREMIER STORES. You are Invited to walk through these Magnificent Bulling*. 'CENTERING the DRAPERY DEPARTMENT from Auburn-street -tU the first tiling 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. Furnbr, 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 T...

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