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

DIED, Ok the Oth instant, at hut residence, Oak Hills, near Braidwood, 3akl. the beloved wife of James La;no, agod 08 years. The Braidwood Dispatch, Strcimi et 1'rospcre. SATURDAY, JANUARY 12, 1880.

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 — 12 January 1889

Weekly Calendar. ?n^.^f.i ™ i.l l-a}'sof i Sim i Sun I Moon V' Dftysof the Week j^ Rises. Sols. Age Wednesday ? Jan. 3 6 1 I 7 13 8 Thursday......... „ 10 5 2 ! 1 13 . 0 Fjwdav ? 11 5 3:7 13 10 Satubbay ? „ 52 5 3 17 13 U SlVDAV ? „ 13 I 5 i , 1 13 12 Monday ? „ 14 I 5 5 ' 7 13 33 Tuesday ? „ 15 | 5 0 7 12 i 14 MOOS'S rJIASli. Full Moon, Jan. 1', at 3.42 p.m.

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CRUCIRED HEARTS. CHAPTER IV-Continued. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 16 January 1889

CRUCIFIED HEARTS. ? ' » ? CHAPTER IV— Continued. And Leknd interrupted her, exclaiming — ' Oh ! do telLme all about it, Mrs. Robin son. I do dote upon a story.' ' No one living knows the rights of the story better than I do, Miss, for I heard it from voy grandmother, who was a wonderful old woman, and kept her memory till the day of her death, though she was a long way turned o£ eighty ; she was own maid to Lady Leland, whose picture you're asking atwut' Leland. And while the howling wind and driving rain beat against the old house, the house keeper told the ' ower true tale ' of Frances Leland's sad fate. ' More than eighty years ago there was not a braver gentleman or a better master than Sir Gervase Lelaud. He was a brave, reserved man, and when he was turned of fifty he married a bonny young lady of high family, but no fortune. But, ah, me! she was a disappointed creature for all her groat grandmother say many a time that her father had forced her to marry Sir Gervase, and to gi...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Parliamentary. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 16 January 1889

S*arliauif{ilnv-'- tin' I, .pslmivc Assembly mi Friday when the (Speaker took the chair, and many more came iu afterwards. The {r.iHuries, too, were full, and the space behind the Speaker's cliuir was crowded. Huvoral documents iind returns were laid on the table, siikI t!ie usual owfcr for tlieir printing w;is made. Sir Henry l'nrkus then rose to make the expected Ministerial statement, and was received with cliecrs from both sides of the House. He stated that lie had received a letter from the Go vernor, asking mm, ou ocixui oi air. mbus, to move ilicit. tho Hnnsc/uijourii until Tw-:nuy next, which motion he at once made. He took the opportunity io degciint upon tho ttate of political affairs gentr idly, and spoke for nn hour. Ho snid he had noth ing to regret in leaving office, but that it was to him a source of great velicf and personal rejoicing. Referring to the case of 51r. Feiion, hu contended that from one cud of the country to the other the universal opinion was that the* ...

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 — 16 January 1889

WANTED, a COOK aud GENERAL LAUN- 1 DRESS. Apply, I MISS MATER. 1 Braidwood. 1 WANTED, a COOK and LAUNDRESS. , 1 Apply at tbe Criterion Hotel, J ] Sir Henry Parkes' Demonstration. f] T OST, LEATHER POCKET BOOK, containing ] XJ letters, &c. Finder will Ue rewarded on jje- i turning to ..!?'. i j C. B. PAYNE, ? ?? .'? Free Trade Stores, Turnip Seed. \ ?O0B SALE, SCOTCH ABERDEEN YELtOW. ? R. M. HIGQIN8, Braidwood Hospital, : mHE GENERAL MEETING of SubsorWrMn JL the Braidwood Hospital will be held in tne Beading Room of the Literary Institute ou THURSDAY, the 37th INSTANT, at 3.30 p.m. BustUKsa: To receive Committee's Report and Treasurer's Balance Sheet, and Election of Office Bearers for present; year, n, m, moaim. January 11, I860. t

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Political Situation. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 16 January 1889

Tbe Political Situation. Mr. Dibbs was engaged throughout the whole of Friday (says the HtitALn) iu the task of forming a Ministry. He had imcrvtews withnnuniberof gentle men, including Mr. Garvau, Mr. Lync, SJr. Fletcher, Mr. Slutttry, and Mr. Henry Clarke, and lie has every hope of forming a Ministry which will be satisfaetorv to the House and to the country. ?Te lias, we believe, allotted the majority of the port folios, but he declines to give the names of his col leagues until negotiations are further advanced. It is well known that Mr. Waufc declines io take any part at present in the Government of tlie country. He left on Monday ou what he regards as a ivell earued holiday, which lie will spend in a trip to Japan and back. The name of Mr. J. P. .Abbott naturally suggests itself as a prominent figure iu opposition to the Parkes Administration, but Jie too is disinclined to assume the responsibilities of office at tbe present juncture. He left on Friday evening for Melbourne. M...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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OUR TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY MONDAY. 5.30 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 16 January 1889

OUR TELEGRAMS. (PBOM OUR OWN COMiltSPOXDliNT.i SYDNEY MokoAr. 5.30 p.m. The following gentlemen have been selected by Mr. Dibbs for his Ministry :— Premier and Colonial Secretary, Mr, Dibits Colonial Treasurer, Mr. Garvan Minister for Mines, Mr. Chanter Minister for Justice, Jlr. Slatlery - , Minister for Works, Mr. Fletcher Attorney-General, Mr. liarton I'oBtinaster-Gtneiul, Mr. Heury Clarke Minister for Lands, Mr. Lync. Minister for Education, Mr. F. B. Suttor \ «?. lenient ot tlio Executive Council, Hou. Jolin 'y'-1;!-)'. , * Tcesdav, 12.23 p.m. At the stock soles yesterday 870 cattle *vom yarded and the market was dull, best bullock* averaging£12 19/- uud others from £4. S300slieep were penned and prices were up a shilling per head, best merinos bringing 13/8 and others from 7/6. Yesterday's wool Kales were again very spirited, greasy reaching 8.M. aud scoured 13d. Natural gas lias beeu discovered near Wentworth falls. During a gale yesterday afternoon the steamer Culf of --uiae...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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For Nervous Dyspepsia. USE HORSEFORD'S ACID PHOSPHATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 16 January 1889

For Nervous Dyspepsia. . Use Hoksfoub'b Acid Phosphate. Db. A. G. Ra.wsos Harris, L.R.C.P., aud M.H.C.S., Pembroke, Eng., euys ; ' I am sure that it is destined to bo more than a merely fashionable remedy of the hour, I used it in a ewe of nervous dyspepsia, of long standing, where for years there had been a great wear and tear of the nervous sys tem. This objectionable symptom was speedily relieved in a way that no other remedy has ever effected,' ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 16 January 1889

CUT THIS OUT. IT IMAV \!-T Al'l'KAt! AOAIN. In or-lor-tn ii-frrfi nil in ili« eturt.- of llic KiifrtisH hriiriiapo.ii'iil :i« ii siifrlit (uJmi of npjirc. intion, tlic Aniuiu-.-iii )l..|iDiriT6 O.i.inus f«r x\k lira fiics In A'istniiiisiii nf ttr. *oiil-;V Anu'iimii Ho). Kiitrw. Ilic rii-niMii i'IV.ts Oiu Tim. r---,i1 1'omre in PriiM. in he t-'ivtli mvnv In «2«lil nl t'nc close ol tin- M.-lh.mn:t- f-niit.-milrti Kxlilbltl-m. Ini 6'ltlZS.:- Six Itiimti'rtlnntl Tilly D»l» fill's. To uuv Jiersuii sun-lili£ the AiU'rii'iin Hop ]|i!!»i)B' Coinpiuiv I lip. praiiust iniinixT vt H-ar.'.s infills li-:in ilic frWI.m-iiifr letters, viz.:— A, Ji, C, 1' II, I, &I,.\\ O. l-. II s, T. ami B'ttt'S.li~T\\o Hiiurtml nml S'lIIJ Oollm».~T-' :ni' I'insiii son.liiiir tin- American Hn|i liincft. Qiiifiiii.r t'io (.TOiirst nnniivr 'f »or.ls ramie In.m the f.,]!nivli-K k-tlers, riz.:— A, li, C, J, U M, S. u. I'. T, V. :;r-l t-r,-t^i:-Oin- ilumlrnl I-o!!i---«.-To mi- j- r-.iii (iMi-iniri-ii- Aim-rli'...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 16 January 1889

GENERAL NEWS. i A ? The members of the retiring Ministry dined to gether in the Parliamentary refreshment-room ou l'ridi'y evening. The Premier {Sir Hcury Parkes) occupied the choir, aud the Colonial Treasurer (the Hon. J. T'. Burns) the vice-choir. AH tho members of the Ministry, excepting the Hon. J, E. SaUmons j who is absent from the colony, were present and a pleasant evening was spent. Sir Henry Pavkes, in reply vo uiu ucst wisiieH oi uic company, expressen his satisfaction at the manner in which hie colleagues had ncted throughout tlieir association with him in the Ministry, and his strong condemnation of the slander that the present political crisis had in any Bonso been contributed to by Iiis desiring to bo severed from any of his colleagues. The party was of a most agreeable character, and did not break up till 9 o'clock. Potatoes have fallen in price during this week from ISO to £12 per ton. ! Wlion tho Casual tabemr Hoard took over the ! charge of tho unemployed there nv...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 16 January 1889

Goulton Flour, IN 5011) HAGS, BEST QUA LIT! 1). S. LINDSAY, Broidwood Emporium. P; &. A. Society. Braidwooc A SPECIAL GENERAL MEETING or tli Subscribers to the above Society will lie iiel at the Albion Hotel, on THURSDAY, the 17t JANUARY INSTANT. Business: To re-consider holding Show thi year. A full attendance rcnuusted at 11 o'clock a.m. -UEO. FRED. TAYLOR, Secretary. Braidwnod, 7th January, i860. Braidwood Flour Mills. IN consequence of the failure of crops this season the undersigned have decided to DISCON TINUE BUSINESS. All those indebted to the mil arc requested to pay their accounts NOT LATE1 than the end of THIS MONTH. All outatundiuj after that date will be placed hi the hands of ou j solicitor for recovery. f JOHN SMITH & CO. Braidwood Mills, 8th Jan. 1889. MR. J. T. L1NGEN WILL AT Major's Creek on Friday, 25th January, AND AT Araluen on Monday, 28th January, par FREE TRADE. THE ALBION HOTEL. THE undersigned liegs to return his heartfelt thanks to his frie...

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CABLE MESSAGES. LONDON, JAN. 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 16 January 1889

CABLE MESSAGES. ? T ? (From the Sydney Papers,) LONDON, Jak. 10. Ail appeaVhftB come from China for aid on behalf of the sufferers by the famine Sn the vast districts of the valley of the Yaugtse Kiang and Yellow rivers. The Lord Mayor will probably open a Mansion HouBe fund. Tho Vienna Tagulatt declares that Signer Menohrea informed M. Goblet that Italy would blockade Tunis if France enforced the decree re garding the employment of Italian teachers. At a sitting of the National League Couventiou at Nnas, in Ireland, Mr. William O'Brieu urged thai the Irish people should employ their whole strength in resisting the course panned towards the Irish people by the present Government. 1 Dr. Thorold (Bishop of Rochester) has announced that Bishop Barry's work will embrace the entire diocese of Rochester, and not be confined to the proposed separation of Southwark from the dio I oe»e. The London press comments at considerable length on the rise of farming stock iu Ireland, and the fact tha...

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 — 16 January 1889

Weekly Calendar. r»n,,.«rf) .w..v Days of Suu I Sun Moon's Dayaoftliettcek Mo-jth Uis(,J Sete. Ag0. Weckesday...',.. Jan. 16 5 7- 7 12 15 Thobspay ? , 37 5 8 7 12 JO Fbibay ? „ 18 5 9 7 12 17 Satoedav ? „ 19 5 )0 7 11 )8 SOXDAY ? „ SO 5 11 j 5 11 19 Monday ? „ 21 5)2 J J! 20 TtJESDAV ? „ 22 5 13 7 10 21 HOOS'S l'HASii. Full Moon, Jan. 17, at 3.42 p.m.

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 16 January 1889

FURNEB BROTHERS AND JONES. ONE OF THE SIGHTS OF THE CITY. THE PREMIER STORES. You arc invited to walk through these Magnificent Builiugs, I T?NTERING 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 andJONES, 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 gettin...

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 16 January 1889

LOCAL NEWS. ? A ? The 35r43dwoiid Show. — A meeting of the sub scribers of the Braidwood P. and A. .Society is to lie held at the Alljion Hotel to-morrow to oonsidor tho question of whether the usual annual show Khali be held this year or not. Some people who were of opinion that it would lie useless to hnl-l it had the bud season continued, are inclined to think differently now that the weather has broken in such goyl time, and i!iat prior to tlie'uliow there wm ue a iine grtnnug season lor uje piouueuou o: ull kinds of vegetables as wo!! as many descriptions of field crops, together with spluudid glass ior getting stock into condition. There are othevs, we believe, who alt; greatly opposed to lioWjiig the show this year as the spring was so disastrous in its effects upon the grain and fruit tliut it would be impossible to get anything like the usual number of exhibits and that consequently the show would Ijtm complete failure. We hope to sec a good at tendance at the meeting to gi...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 16 January 1889

MARRIAGE. Ok 31st December 1888, at 'Roscueath' Kicli moui], Victoria, by tbo Rev. Andrew Hal-die Bdwakd Joinf, son of Judge Bowdcn of Jamaica {deceased) to Lal'ua, daughter of Mr. Edward Smith, of Braidwood. The Braidwood Dispatch, Strenud el Prosperi. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 10, )S%

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CRUCIFIED HEARTS. CHAPTER V. " CAN YOU FORGET ?" [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 19 January 1889

CRUCIFIED HEARTS. CHAPTER V. 'CAK YOU FORGET V 'Spite of all your pleadings, my Lily,' returned Edmund, moodily, 'the facts of the case remain unaltered. Before my uncle married T made my home at Lad}7 PJace. The dear old fellow paid my debts again, with only a, few kindly words of reproof if I had been too extravagant ; but from the hour when Lady Olive first came to rule here my position has been altered. The home where my family have lived so long, ,iud where some day I shall be waster, is closed against me, my lettei-s ave unanswered, uiy debts an . paid. Lily !' lie cried, passionately, ' say no more about it. You can never shake my fixed belief that Lady Olive has caused Stall. Unhappy liei'self, she, womanlike, determines that my life, as well as her own, shall be blighted.' ' But why, Ted V asked Lily wonderingly. f- You must have offended her very deeply in tlie past to make such conduct possible.' ' Never mind that now, love,' rejoined Captain Leland, a flush rising to his...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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UNDER THE BRIARS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 19 January 1889

VSBKK THE BRIARS. 0v A.J.C.) As I wander sadly Amid the verdant trees, Around my forehead rushing Tlic fragrant-Jadon breeze. ]J;ick in my memory stealing, Come scones of long ago, Tiic feocs of my loved ones — Alas ! lion' long laid low. Upon tliis gmflito liouldcv, With fragrant briars o'orliung, I eat with my companion, A maiden fair oiid young. She was a^otmlry lassie, A clianning maid was she ; Her eyes, bo might and merry, Pierced jny heart cruelly. I was a dashing pressmnn, And 9cd a roving life ; Sometimes at social meetings, -JUiers at scenes of Btvifc, I laughed to seoru the power Of Cupid'a keenest dart ; But ah ! how soon I felt it Plunged deep into my heart. My arm her waist encircled, Her head lay on my breast, To her sweet lips so rosy My own were ever pressed, Wliile in licr car I whispered Soft words of love and bliss ; She promised to bB constant, And scaled it with a kiss. Away stern duty called 1110 Far from that blissful place, But vivid in my memory I bore that...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 19 January 1889

OUT THIS OUT. II' MAY NOT AWEAU AGAIN. In otflcr to interest nil in tbe rtvifly of tto* Engltaii language, and as a slight token of nmnopintiou. the American Hop Bitters Go. lms for the largo sales In Australasia of Dr. (ionic1* American Map Jtiltwn, O10 Couipfiiiy offers One Thousand Dollars iu Prizes, to be Riven mray Iu Wo III at the c)cia« ot tta Mclbonrne (tent-.'nntal Exhibition. lot P KISKE-Slx Ilaiiuliril and Fl«l- »ol IniT'.— To nny person sending tlic American Bop Bitters' Company tlic greatest number of words niaiie from tlic follmvlnp letters, vie.:— A, B, C, 1= II, X. Wollnl*.— To any person sending tlic American Hop Bitters Compunytlio ^rentcst numlKr «t tfonls tuaiio from the foilon-jug letters, vlz.:-A, 13, C, I, L, U, yj ft ~p ' *r v itnl Pl'tlZK-Oiifi Kimdrr.il TBnlh-rt.-To nliv ixtsou sending tlic American Jlon Blltors Com muvtlie crcatest number «f words made from tlio {allowing lottos, v|j.:-A, O, G, I, K, 0, S, T, V, Y. CONDITIONS. 1, AH jKtsons couiiutlug for ...

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The Braidwood Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 19 January 1889

The liraidwood llosoital. The annual general meeting of the subscribers to the Hospital was held at the Literary Institute on Thursday afternoon last. After about a half an hour's delaj' a quorum was obtained at four o'clock. In the absence of the President, Mr. R. Moddrell, Mr. John Miugravc was voted to the chair. The subscriptions were then handed iu of those present, Mr. B. J. C. Maddrell besides his own £5 os. from his father, Mr. R. Maddrell, and apologising for his absence through in-lispisition, this (wing the first occasion 011 which he had beeu absent from an annual meeting of the Hospital since it was founded. Tins donation, which is an addition to i'23 given by the same geutlemau last year, w.is kindly acknowledged by the meeting. Mr. W. A Kershaw the Hon. Secretary read the report and balance sheet as follows : — ' TO THli SCBSCBIBIiUS OF THE BEA.IDW00D HOS PITATj. 'GiiKTLKMEX, — It affords us much pleasure in gubmitliuf; onr report regarding the progress of the Hospita...

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