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

LONDON. Thursday. In the TrMES-Parnell inquiry Delaney deposed that be attended the Joint League Fenian meeting in Dublin in 1879, at which Davitt, Parnell, Egau, Biggar, Dillon, Brennan and Harris were present. Witness named 17 invinciblcs, including Breunan, Egan, Sheridan, Tyuau aud Byrne who were the leaders. Egau, Byrne, and Tynan supplied the money and Tynan and Mrs. Byrne provided the knives and revolvers. The Invincible Council ordered Brady aud Kelly to shoot Mr. Forster aud orders were given to murder Mr. Burke and several others. After the Phoenix Park murders Byrne produced large sums of money aud also daggers and revolvers. Brady wanted to murder the detectives, but Byrne objected to do so without Egan's authority. He preferred to murder Earl Spencer. Delaney identified the letters of Patrick Egau, several showing that Mr. Parnell had been consulted. A Tunis telegram states that an Englishman named Gray corresponds with the published des cription of the Whitechapel murd...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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Sir Henry Parkes in Explanation. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 19 January 1889

Sir Henry Parkes iu Explanation. Sir Henry I'arkes, in justification of his action in the late crisis, said in the Assembly he thought he had good ground for complaint against some gentle men who had hitherto supported Jiim iu that House, One lion, gentleman— Mr. Seaver — had gone the length of accusing him of deserting a causa and his friends. That accusation was never levelled against him in his life before. If anj' man stood true to a cause in his life he did. What were the facts in this case ^ There were eight gentlemen, who »rac tically pledged themselves to support him, who deserted Win. Mr. McElhone : Name them. Sir Henry Parkcs said he would name them. It was their desertion that wrecked the Government. Whether it was a misfortune to the Government or anyone else, he had simply determined that the matter should rest on the right ground. An hon. member moved tho adjournment of tbe House, but stated tliat lie intended to make it a vote of censure while he was speaking to tbe m...

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OUR TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY.THURSDAY, 2.30 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 19 January 1889

OUR TELEGRAMS. (FKOM OtTB OWN CORRESPONDENT.) SYDNEY. Thursday, 2.30 r.M. Tiie Assembly refused supply by a majority of 41 to 38. The Ministry have been sworn in. A Gazette extraordinary dissolving Parliament is almost cer tain to be issued this afturnoon. Feiday, 1.5 r.M. It is uuderstood that a proclamation dissolving Parliament will be issued on Monday. In the The new House will consist of 137 members, being thirteen additional under the expansive clause of the Klectoral Act. The retiring Ministry left the work of the various departments complete and scarcely a paper was mi dealt with. At a Cabincnt meeting held last night, lasting till 11 o'clock, the question of a general policy and arrangements for the coming struggle were fully discussed. The party machinery willbe brought into motion to-day. Protectionist candi dates will contest every scat. Messrs. Melville and O'Sullivan were appointed joint secretaries to the party. The Freetraders took the field hi the afternoon. A large...

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

The Political Situation. There wash a hush through llio Legislative As sembly on Tuesday afternoon when Sir Henry Parkcs arose and came to the table to make au official announcement. Sir Henry read a letter from His KxccUoncy tho Governor, stating that Mr. Dibbs had formed a Government a list of whom wns given, as published iu our lost issue. His Excellency stated that the ncir Ministry wore prepared to be sworn in its soon as the House had voted the necessary supplies. Sir Henry said the outgoing Ministry hail undertaken to ask Parlia ment to grant the necessary supplies, and the Treasurer would take tho necessary stops almost immediately to obtain that supply. He would ask the House to grant supply for the months of Jauuttt-y and February, together with £100,000 lor tho Treasurer's advance vote. They would feel great pleasure iu doing this, or anything else under the Constitution to facilitate tho advent of the new Ministers to power. This statement was received with cheers from b...

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

WANTED, a quiet domestic girlas GENERAL SERVANT for place in , town. Apply in first instance to the office of this paper. ANTED, to buy 200 YOUNG SOUTHDOWN EWES. Apply to JOHN HAVARD, Criterion Hotel. WANTED, ft COOK and LAUNDRESS. Apply at the Criterion HoteL Sir Henry Parkas' Demonstration. LOST, LEATHER POCKET BOOK, containing letters, &c. Finder will be rewarded on re turning to cb. PAYNE. Free Trade Stores. j£5 Reward. LOST, on the Araluen Mountain, on Monday die 14th inst., a Light Tweed Waistcoat, containing GOLD WATCH and GUARD. The above reward will be given on returning them to SDR. CUMMINGS, Br&idweod. Before STOCKTAKING G B. PAYNE, m m sues, HAS A LAEGE LOT — OF — REMNANTS — AND — ODDMENTS WHICH HAVE BEEN MARKED — AT — BOTTOM PRICES, TO EFFECT A SPEEDY CLEARANCE. premria-xits H 1 I — OF — lalicoes, ll Dresses, I Hollands, Flannels, Etc., etc. CHEAP LINES — IN — Boys' & Men's Clothing. X*ot Of Boots and Shoes, AT PRICES 'Which Must Sell Them. THIS ...

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

GENERAL NEWS. Peter Jackson., the champion boxer of Australia, who recently agreed to box Jake Kilrain at New Orleans 211 March ucxt, has been challenged by Jem Smith, champion of England, who uot long ago fought a draw with Kilraiu. Jackson lms how ever, ia view of present engagements, declined to enter into negotiations for a match with Smith. A telegram from Melbourne says : — Mr. William Cazaly, the well-known oarsman, and teller in the on Tuesday evening on a charge of embezzling the funds of the bank. Ho lias beeu in the bank for IS years. He had been suspended for some little time, pending an inspection of his accounts. The specific charge against him is that of embezzling £100. Tlio total deficiency amounts to about L2000, Cazaly admits his guilt, mid states that he hod been deceived by certain persons in milling speculations. The embezzlement was carried 011 by tlio manipulation of accounts, which essaped detection for some time. He is a married man, aud was receiving a sal...

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For Nervous Dyspcpsia. USE HORSFORD'S ACID PHOSPHATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 19 January 1889

For Nervous Dyspepsia. Use Hobsfobd's Aero Phosphate. Dr. A. G. Rawbon Habbis, L.R.C.P., and M.E.C.S., Pembroke, Eug., says : ' I am sore tliafc it is destined to be more than a merely fashionable remedy of the hour. I used it in a case of nervous dyspepsia, of loug 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 uo other remedy has ever effected.'

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CABLE MESSAGES. LONDON, JAN. 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 19 January 1889

CABLE MESSAGES. ? + (Prom the Sydney Papers.) LONDON, Jan. 14. ? The Prussian Diet opened to-day. The opening 1 speech included important references to the foreign relations of the kingdom, which were described as j friendly. The recent visit of King William to the : heads of other Great Powers tended to assure a ! continuance of peace in Europe. The, speech also ' pointed out that the flourishing state of industries, combined with economical management of the State finances, would enable the Government to remit The Pope has forwarded numerous gifts to dig nitaries of tlie Roman Catholic Church in Ireland. The value of the presents is estimated at £10,000 News from Suakim is to hand to the effect that a large force of dervishes has invested Wady Haifa, ana is menacing the garrison. Jas. 15 The London Standard to-day contains an article commenting upon the extension of the TlMCSPar Jiell Inquiry. The article protest* strongly against the proceed ings Ijciiig protracted to such an ext...

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

Weekly Calendar. nnr.nf»i..iv^i, Daysof Sun j Sun Moon's D*y»o£tlw\Vcak Mt/ntk hUobJscI*. Age. ~~~ ~~~ — — — - ? ; s ? Wbdkesday ? Jax. 10 S 7 '7 12 16 Thijbsdav ? „ 17 S 8 7 12 1(1 PRtJJAY ? , 18 3 fi 7 12 17 Saturday ? , IB 5 10 1 11 18 Sokdav ? , 20 5 11 7 U 39 Monday ? 21 5 52 7 11 20 l^ESDAV ? „ 22 5 13 7 30 21 MOON'S MtASE. Moon's last quarter, Jan. 25, at 2.2 a.m. The Braidwood Dispatch, Slrewwt el Prosper & SATURDAY, JANUARY 19, 3889.

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

\\-3fc6£ ty atl $4ottlJ fund -$t&i£faxpehA ? . — ^ Wool. wooL Wool. THE NEW ZEALAND LOA.N Mercantile Agency Co., LIMITED, Bridge Street, Sydney. Capital, 4,5000,000 Reserve, 270,000 Wool Season 1888-9. WEKKLY SALES of wool held throughout ? the season. The greatest care bestowed on the valuation, displaymg and protecting all wools entrusted to Mie Company for sale, whether from large or small clips. firmi'P.rfl a.dvtKPi? Sinn pnneiiKnd ii-i^lt Im^iia nnlnc are made. Liberal cash advances whore desired on wool aud other produce whether for saie in Sydney or ship ment to London. The addition to the Company's premises of the magnificent new warehouses in liiidge Street acquired since last season ensures to Growers the display of their wools to the very greatest advan tage. G. S. CAMPBELL, Manager. Sydney Wool aud Grain Warehouses, Bridge ? street, Sydney, Sept., 1S8S ? jr EATING'S POWDER. -XT EA TING \3 PO WDER. ?jr EATING'S POWDER, T7- EATING'S POWDER. KILLS UU-iS, FLEAS, .Mom...

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

Braidwood Literary Institute.. The annual general meeting of the subscribers to the above, was beld in the large hall of the insti tution on Thursday evening Tost. There \ras a large attendauca upwards of fifty members being present, aad the greatest possible interest was manifested iu the proceedings. Mr. R. Maddrell the President, occupied the chair, and after read ing the advertisement convening the meeting he called upon Mr. McRae, the hon. Secretary. tortaA the report and balance sheet, which ho did as fol lows : — ' Your Committee Imvomuoh pleasure in presen ting for your adoption their report for 1888, nnd would desire to congratulate the members on the continued prosperity of the Institute. The total receipts for the year, amount to £283 7/8, a defi cieney as compared with tiiat of 3S87 of £110 0/5 aSue is principally attributable to the Government subsidy having been reduced by one half nnd r fell%*ff iajtherentsof Hall, owing to the absence of Dramatic Companies since Janu...

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

LOCAL NEWS. PftESEKTATiOK,— At Hie conclusion of the choir practice in tlie Presbyterian Church onthcilth instant Miss Wallace was presented with a cold Watch and appendage as a token of esteem for her self and appreciation of services rendered to the choir during the abseiiec of the regular oi'gauist. The Rev. S. J?. Mackenzie, in making the presen tation, ekpressed the very great satisfaction it irf forded him on ljcliaHof a few friends of the Church gift. On several occasions similar to the present he had acted as the mouthpiece of others, but never with greater pleasure than lie experienced that niclii. He could not forget the readiness and cheerfulness and punctuality which Miss Wallace liad at all times exhibited in connection with the choir on Sabbath and week days, and in all kinds kinds of weather. He sincerely hoped she might Jong be spared to be of service to the Church of Christ in various ways, and if sonic fascinating gent did not speedily entice her into the matrimoni...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 23 January 1889

CAUTION. LOOK OUT FOR FRAUDS, Owing to the success cf Or. Scule'a American Hop Bittera iu cui-.ng all diseases of the Liver, si'iumch, Bowels.Biood.Kid-c--*- r-o-i Urinary Organs, Nervousness, 8. ep'pRPncss, and Female Com plaints, so that it hns become n, standard liouschild remedy all ovci' th.3 world, and the immense demand for the o'lginaJ and genuine article, certain poisons are offering for tale various cheap and spurious preparations under the name of ' Hop Bitters ' which do not contain the medicinal properties found onlv in Dr. Soule's American Hop BiUora. Take n'ue of the cheap bogus etuff eimtily becuus in is called *'Hop Bitters.' ? TK1.T1IM. - Dr. ftoiili-'K Alllii irmi Hop Ililli rv ,m lli«' I'urol nix) Mini Kfn-f» wrr«ini!-;» TlK:,;«tv ™., .i.iin*. Hi. m.ttoirM.ltm'liH. ;tl»il- ilrnlH, ink! OiiikIi Itoit ll,L-i,|il.-st.1».-t, ;iml 111...-1 vitliulili' 1in-ili.-lm-- in llie-v«rl-l..iml ??mUMn :,ll tl,c lii'-tilll'i Jlln-F .-in-ll ivi; )ini|i.'rlli'? ??fllii ..Ihi'l' ll...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 23 January 1889

A «?'-? » Braidwood Election. I JOHN WILLIAM BUNN, Returning Officer for the Electoral District of Braid wood, do, uy virtue of a writ directed to me by his KxuoUeney ( tlio Governor, hereby convene n, MEETING of llw Flcctors of tUis Electorutc to be holdeu in tlio HALL of the LITERARY INSTITUTE, Braid wood, on Wednesday Next, 30th Day of January, atnoon, for the purpose of ELECTING a MEMBER to represent this Electorate. In the event of there being more candidates than one proposed, and A Poll being demanded, such Poll will take plnco on MONDAY, February 4th, between the hours of 8 a.m. and 4 p.m., tit the following places ;— Araluen : The Court-liouse Braidwood : The Court-house Budawang : The Warden's Office Elrington : Heazlett's Billiard Room Manar : The Old Telegraph Inn Nerriga : The Warden's Office Krawarree : Mr. Williams' resi dence Reidsdale : Mr. McMahon's. J. VV. UUNN, Returning Officer. To the Electors of Braidwcod. Gkstieme.v,— Through the defeat of the Parkes Ministry...

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CRUCIFIED HEARTS. CHAPTER V. "CAN YOU KOHGET?" [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 23 January 1889

CRUCIFIED HEARTS. GHAPTEE V. 'CAN YOU FOHGET?' Ah.' Ted Ldand,* the imiiappy creature whom you thus condemn unheard knows too well -what suffering means. You may spare youiself these bitter words, wliicli iu theyears to conic you -will recall with deepest sorrow. LUy lifted her wild, troubeld eyes to- her lover's face. ' Do not curse her, Ted,' she said ; ' surely there must be some mistake — some misap prehension. Lady Olive would never act so basnlv- Do lint, iro a.wav instvet. Ah ! how mucli unhappy Jove theits is in this beautiful, world of ours,' she sidded with -a wailingcry. Ted, pale iis deatli, took the slight form of the young girl in his arms, holding her close against liis beating heart ; and, -knowing that when she withdrew herself from the clasp of those fond arms all love would be gone out of her life for evermore, she clung there with a helpless abandonment, a heart-broken sorrow, that wrung her lover's soul to the quick. Captain Leknd had planned to leave his hospit...

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Grand United Order of Oddfellows. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 23 January 1889

Grain! Diiited Order or Oddfellows. The various delegates in Attendance at the Annual Witrict Meeting of this Order were invited to r, complimentary dinner on Monday evening last, which was held iu the banquet room of the Odd fellows' Hall. The catering was entrusted to the hands of the hostess of the Commercial Hotel, Mrs. Gallagher, aud she succeeded in placing a capita! spread on the tables. Sir. W. A. Kershaw, District Secretary, occupied the chair, and Messrs. T. Stuart am) M. J. O'Conuell the vice-chairs. The delegates present comprised, Bros. C. Gill, Cooina, A. Hyde, fioinhaln, T. JSritton, Terrara, J. Mall, Cutnbeu'arra, J. Wueatletf, Dalton, T. K. Walters Moruya, J. W. Nugent, Qaeaiibeyan. 1). O'Connell, Nowra. W, ISetTv, Milton, J. Keinptou, Kangaroo Valley, J. JIarceau, Araluen. Besides the District Officers and representatives of the Young Australian Lodges there was also present Mr. I). S. Lindsay, of the Manchester Unity Lodge, and a representative of this journal. Af...

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OUR TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY. Tuesday, 12 (noon.) [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 23 January 1889

OUR TELEGRAMS. ? V ? (FBOM OUB OWN COKBESPOSDEST.) SYDNEY. TtJESDAr, 12 (noon.) At the stock sales yesterday 680 cattle were yarded and prices advanced from 10/- to 15/, best bullocks averaging £9 19/6, and others from £6 18/6. 11,700 sheep were penned aud prices were weaker, best merinos bringing 12/- and others from 4s. 7d. At yesterday's wool sales, competition was keen throughout, greasy reaching SJd. and scoured 36|a. Electioneering business was fairly opened lost night, tbe principal meeting being the ex- Premier, s at St. Leonards. Over 1000 electors were present, the veteran obtaining a most enthusiastic reception aud receiving almost a unanimous vote of confi dence. He delivered a lengthy speech, dealing ex haustively with political matters generally, and concluded with a most eloquent appeal to the country to uphold the banner of Free Trade. Messrs. Wise, McMillan and Burns also addressed the meeting. The latter intends to contest one eeat for St. Leonards. Other meetings ...

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The Annual Races. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 23 January 1889

Tbe liiimul Itaccs. JJclow we give the nominations far the throe principal events at the forthcoming annual meeting of the Braidwood Turf Club. It will be seen that the entries are much more numerous than has been the case for some years back, and thts,in connection with the fact that a number of other owners of hovso flesh iutenO putting in an appearance to com llfltp. for i\\(i VnrinilR nf.llpr nri7«R in flirt nmm.n«nirth should ba tlie moans of causing spirited competition for the different properties in connection with the meeting to be submitted by auction by Messrs. Chapman and Wallace to-morrow. Tows Plate. Friction Lemonade Dollar Novice Mark Tapley Hidden Treasure Killiloo Ruffle Sardo Night Cap. Hcbdle Race. Cyclops Hidden Treasure Friction Why Not Pete Fermanagh. Ti;bf Cluu Handicap. Friction Lemonade Dollar ? Novice Pelham Hidden Treasure .Suite Killiloo Mark Tapley.

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CABLE MESSAGES. LONDON, Jan. 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 23 January 1889

CABLE MESSAGES: ? *. (From the Svdnev Pa,ners. \ LONDON, Jak. 16. Information has been received that the rebel uatives of East Africa have massacred eight Oev mau missionaries at Tuzu and captured a large number of slaves who had been set free. Ja.v. 18. A terrible colliery explosion has occurred at Hyde, iu Cheshire. The explosion was terrific, and occurred when * large number of the colliery hands were at work in the mine. The number of lives lost is reported to be 30. The fund started to indemnify Mr. Paruell for iua vA£jiyiiouo nbtvuuaiib uu cjiu 1. iaiL.a-1. ttl ucu 4.11 quiry now amounted to t'30,O00. The committee of the United States Congress have presented a report to Congress dealiug with the question of European immigration to the United States The report recommends that a poll tax of 5dol be placed on all immigrants except tourists aud clergymen, who will be exempt. The object of the poll tax is to exclude tliat close of immigrants who do not intend to become citizens of...

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A Fearial Tragedy. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 23 January 1889

A Fearful Tragedy i He following ad-Utiouat particulars to those con tained iu our telegrams of lust issue are to hand respecting the shocking tragedy in Western Aus tralia :~It appears that a man named John Johnson, alias V*orkcy Johnson, has for a short time been working for Jlr. Macpherson on his farm near Newcastle. Thursday isight, according to the state men i. of Miss Jessie Macpliei'6ou-oueotthedaughters Johnson got into her room, aud after forcibly taking a number of liberties with her endeavoured to ia deeciitiy assault her. .She, however, managed to get away from him, aud ran to her parents' bed room, ecreauriug. Mr. Macpherson, who was in wen, immediately slrucn si Iiglifc. aud was just rising from his bed wheu Johnson rushed into the room and shot him through the braiu with a gun. He then set upon Mrs. Macphci-son and Wat her to death with the butt end of a gun. Miss Jessie Macpherson, hearing the .report of the weapon, had in the meantime jumped through a window ; but h...

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