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

WANTED, 6, STRONG/ GIRL for kitchen work. .Apply to SIes. ROYDS, Durham Hall WANTED, a quiet domestic girl asGENEEAIi SERVANT for place in town. Apply in firat instance to the office of this paper. ANTED, to buy 200 YOUNG SQOTHDOWN EWES. Apply to JOHN HAVARD, Criterion Hotel

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Election Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 23 January 1889

Election Notes. llic new central offices of the National Protec tion party were opened ou Friday at the Orient chaniuens, corner of Hunter and Phillip streets, where an Australian banner was displayed. During the day a number of letters wera received f roai gentlemen expressing their willingness to con test seats ia (he Protectionist interest, while other gentlemen called and expressed their readiness verbally. In the nfternoon a, meeting was held at which about 100 gentlemen were present. Mr. Archibald Forsyth presided. A resolution iu favour of organising the meeting into a central committee was carried. Later on it was i-eBoh-ed that the committee be increased to 500, aud that every committee mau should do his best iu all the metropolitan aud suburban constituencies to secure tlie return of Protcctiouists. Electoral rolls for the constituencies in the country were obtained. Many of the caudidates who offered themselves had previously been candidates in the free-trade interest. Th...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LONDON. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 23 January 1889

LONDON. SIoKDAV. Auotner envoy hob been sent from China to Silt Win to endeavour to effect a aettlemeut of the dis pute between the British iu Hiudoostsa and the State, Since the recent fighting iu Samoa the German authorities have taken uo further action with regard to the difficulty. The American Minister thinks the situation has been exaggerated and that there has been no infringement of national rights bv the Germans. Experiments -with the Zallueki gun in New York have proved the weapon a partial failure.

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 — 23 January 1889

GENERAL NEWS. ? v ? Holloway's Pills and Ointment.— Though it is impossible, in this climate of changing temperature, to prevent ill health altogether, yet its form and frequency may be much mitigated by the early adoption of remedial measures. With hoarsness, cough, thick breathing, and the attending slight fever indicate irritation of the throat or chest, Holloway's Oiutment should be rubbed upon these without delay, ami Uis pills taken in appropriate doses, to promote its curative action. No catarrhs or sore throats can resist these remedies. Printed directions envelope every package of Holloway's medicaments, which are suited to all ages and conditions, aud to every ordinary disease to which humanity is liable. — Auv, From the last report of the British and Forei-ni Bible Society recently received, it appears that tne contributions amounted to L75,O61 ; legacies L60.852; dividends, L3 2,020 ; sales, L102.443; making a total of L250,3S2 income. Had it not beeu for the large legac...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Weekly Calendar. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 23 January 1889

[?] DftysoftheWoek V*?™1 i 's.un -S«n u-*-»'s * Mouth. Rises. Sets. Age, Wednesday ? Jas. 23 5 14 7 10 22 Thwhumv ? „ 24 5 15 7 8 523 |«»Ar ? „ 25 5 IS 7 8 -24 * SlWBDAV ? ,,28- 8 17-7 ? -25 Sbkday ? „ 27 6 J8 7 7 2G Mokxjav ? „ 2S 5 19 7 0 27 Toesday ? „ 29 5 20 I 7 0 28 nook's phase. New Moon, Jau. 31, at t.15 p.m. The Braidwood Dispatch. SUremtd el Prosper^. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 23, 1m.

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

Wool. wool. Wool. THE NEW ZEALAND LOA.N AND Mercantile Agency Co., LIMITED, Bridge Street, Sydney. Capital, 4,5000,000 Reserve, 270,000 Wool Season 1888-9. TTTEKKLY SALES of wool held throughout \ 1 the season. The greatest cave bestowed on the valuation, displaying and protecting ;ill wools entrusted to the Company for sale, whether from large or small clips. Growers advised and consulted with before sales are made. Liberal cash advances where desired on wool and other produce whether for sale in Sydney or ship ment to London. The addition to the Company's premises of the maguiliueut new warehouses in Bridge Street acquired since last season ensures to Growers the display of their wools to the very greatest advan tage. -:. S. CAMPBELL, Manager. Sydney Wool and Grain Warehouses, Bridge street, Sydney, Sept., 1888. T7- EATING'S POWDER. T7- EATING'S POWDER. 77- EATING'S l'OWDER. Tr EATINGS POWDER. KILLS HUGS, FLEAS, MOTHS, ? BEETLES. ? THIS POWDER IS QUITK HARMLESS to animal mke, Ijut...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 23 January 1889

LOCAL NEWS. Fatal AacmEKT.-r-On Sunday last Mr. Alexan der Boss, a blacksmith employed in Braidwood, ?went out with Messrs. George and Charles Shavpe to help them to run in a couple of what arc called 'Brumbies,' wild horses from Monaro, which they had purchased in the Braidwood sale yards, aud winch, having got away, were returning home to their native heath. The eolts were intercepted uear Golden's, close to the Molonglo Plains. Ross, who took the lead after them, was followiug them over a small creek known as Rossi, oblivious of any danger, when two boys at Golding's ran out and called to him to stop as the creek was not crossable, As there had beeu no rain InraiVanv nf {.Un-u-in*». courses between Braidwood and there, or for what ever other reason, Rosa did not heed the warning but galloped ou oblivious of any danger. The creek, however, wassoBW-ollenfroin a heavy thunderstorm which had fallen (it was then about noon) tliat lie aud his horse were both swept down tlie torrent. He...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 23 January 1889

The write of election are all out, and little tiaae is given foe the candidates to come for ward. The metropolitan electorates, which are iu the thick of the strife, nre of course crowded with candidates, aud some of the more important country electorates, too, where 'the sound of the toscinis heard from afar,' are being raslied by our leading poli ticians or those who profess to be such. As will be seen tbe day of nomination for the Braidwood election is the 30th instant and the 4th February is fixed for the polling day. Although rumour is busy with, tbe names of several caudidates the only two ?who have announced themselves are Mr. A E-yrie and Mr. J. JIusgrave, whose addresses will be seen in another part of this issue. This is not the time to see a walk over, and it is not desirable that any constituency, with the important issues to be decided, should be reduced to ' Hobson's choice,' that is to have only one candidate for their suf frages, and to go through the dignified farce...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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CRUCIFIED HEARTS. CHAPTER VII. "THOU WILT NEVER GLADDEN EYES OF OURS AGAIN." [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 26 January 1889

CRUCIFIED HEARTS. — ?» ? CHAPXEll VII. 'thod wilt ketrr oladdes eves of odbs AGAIN.' The spacious libraiy was given over to Sir Marcus's solicitor and tlie emissaries of the law, and long and earnest were the conver sations that took place there. No clue could be obtained to the murderer. From tlie window o£ Lady Olive's bedroom had been found depending a stout rope, but ttie noose at the end of 'it was fully ten feet from the ground, aud uiSderneath the window was a bed of brilliant autumn flowers. Tlie astute superintendent decided that the rope had been placed there as a blind, arguing that if ajxyonehaddecended by it from Olive's room 43»e sprint of feet would have been visible among the flowers. 'N«f^?ie affirmed, 'the murderer, who ever lie was, must have quitted the scene of his crime by Sir Marcus's dressing-rooni door, locking it after him ; and as it was im possible to suspect any of the servants, the unknown assassin had doubtless left the house by the grand entrance duri...

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 — 26 January 1889

CAUTION. LOOK OUT FOR FRAOOS. Owing to the success of D). Soulc's American Hop Bitters in curing all diseases of the Lifer, Stomach, Bowels, Blood, Kidne^? and Urinary Organs, Nervousness, Sleeplessness, and Female Complaints, so that it lias become a etandai'd household remedy all over the world, and ihe immense demand for the original and genuine article, certain persons are offering for sale various cheap and spurious preparations under the name of ' Hop Bitters '* which do not contain the medicinal properties found only in Dr. Soule's American Hop Biti^i-d. Take £ 'ne of tho cheap bogus etuff simply becu-as it is called 'Hop Bitters.' ? TISITHS. l-r. Soiilr'K Anu-rirmi flop llHn i» me (lie I'nm! jiikI ««?*! ftitK i - -i ii- mmle. TlH!vnrBvoiii|«.uii.li'l frutu Hop-., Itcirliii.Uiul ilrnluvuui l»iiiiili-lion-iiiuulili-5i,!.i=t, uniluiiist valnalilo litciliihiL-s in tliu wmi.l. .in-1 ??? ..'it.im ,,11 Die t-o«. uil'l imwl i-nnitlvu )in)twni--« .if nil .rthur Hitters, Iwilip llr/^j...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Horsford's Acid Phosphate [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 26 January 1889

Uorsford's Acid Phosphate Relieves thij Feemng of Lassitude 9 so common in mid-summer, and imparts vitality. ?

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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LONDON. THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 26 January 1889

LONDON. Thursday, A 1'ocouuoissa.uco made in the vicinity of Han doub disclosed the fact that there are but Sew of the enemy in that part, although deserters declare that Osman Digua lias under Ills command 1200 Dervishes. The election for tho French Chamber for the Department of the Seine is causing much excitement ana it is feared that rioting will ensue, Mr. Sewell has informed the foreign relations of the committee of the United States that he believed au agreement had. been arrived utby which England will receive Tonga and eventually the H&wauan Islands on condition that Germany U allowed Samoa. Italy has decided to reinforce her troops on tin, V Bed Sea in consequence of tho lauding of Cosucks, S Referring to Lord Salisbury's warning not to 9 interfere in the autonomy of Zauribar tho Geumas :? National Zsnraiotas officially announced that '? Germany has no intention to Interfere In the auto- B noiny of either Samoa or Zanzibar. S Speaking at Birmingham Mr. Joseph Clmmo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 26 January 1889

To tie Eleotors of Braid-wood. GBSM-BMEN,— For a second time I offer myself as candidate {or your votes, and again I seek to cuter Parliament in Mipporfc of a Free Trade policy. Protection may galvanize into premature exis tence a fow industries, but on tho colony's indus tries as » whole it must exercise a prcjudiciil effect. The finished product of one industry forms tlio iu material of others. If you raise the price of such product by the imposition of a protective duty you 0 far cripple the other industries which use that product. If a duty raises the price of sugar it cripples the industries of confectionery, biscuit making, brewing, jam making, fruit preserving, ham curing, &c. If yon protect iron you cripple machine makers; if you protect the machine makers you cripple the industries of the cloth and other manufacturers, the fanner and the miner. The miner indeed is cruelly treated, for no Protec tionist has suggested a duty that con raise the price of the product of ...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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F. L. Barker's Weekly Report. I [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 26 January 1889

I\ L. Barker's Weekly Report* 1 Wool. — I held my usual {eleventh) sale of the I above this week. The attendance oi buyers wm S numerous and biddings very keen, quite up to last I rates, and in some instances over what has been I offered, especially noticeable in ecourcd Itnesi 9d ^ was readied for a fair line of greasy from Queens- \ Uvnd ; 14d for washed fleece from Cowra, and 13Jd * for a parcel of scoured from Coolaman. \ Sbffi'skiks. — The shipping demand for sound t pelted continues fclmongers too purchasing largely. m For best longed wooled 5Jd is freely paid. I Medium sorts 4d. to 4id. Shorts 2d. to 3Jd per ? lb. S Hides. — Exporters secure all suitable lota up to I 3d for prime conditioned, but extra heavies of I stout substance are keenly competed for by local I tanners. One line on my catalogue averaging ^61b ? ? hriuging 4fd, whilst 3£d to 3fd was paid in several ? instances, light and medium sorts are steady at ? about 2|d, inferior Id to 3Jd per lb. I

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 26 January 1889

LOCAL NEWS. ? a~ ? The Late Dbowkiko Fatality Near Hoskikg tqws. — The body of Alexander Rots, whose death from drowning in Rossi Creek, near Hdskingtowu, ? we reported in our last issue, was found abouta mile and a half further down the Creek from the spot where he was drowned. An inquest on the body was held at Hoskiugtown on Tuesday before T. Parr, Esq., Coroner for the Queanbeyau district. It appeared from the evidence adduced that im one 1-ut the brothers Sharpe was with him nt the time of the accident, nor was he cautioned by anyone not to venture into the creek. The two Whites came on the scene after he had got into the creek, and they are of opinion that had the party came along a few minutes later Ross might pos sibly have been saved. The jury returned a ver dict of accidental drowning. The deceased was burned on Wednesday at Major's Creek, his re mains having been conveyed thither by Mr. G. Sharpe, who was in his company at the time of the accident. Mineral Leases. — Notic...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 26 January 1889

GENERAL NEWS. Tdo Governor of Victoria purposes, to sail for England id March, and to return in September. He will be Acconipaned by Lady Loch and family. Victorian Bank returns for tho last quarter of the past year Bhow that tho dopositB amounted to £37,570,837, being a decrease of 1.947,490 as com pared with tho returns for the previous quarter. In advances there was an increase of L308, while coin and bullion show a decren.se of L2S1.8S1. The Victorian Custom authorities seised six pianos for alleged under- valuation, and paW. the im porters the amount specified on the invoice, with 10 per cent, added. The pianos, on beiug sold at public auction, yielded the Government a profit of £164 upon tbe transaction. Starvation is reported to have caused the death of numbers of stock in the Scone district By a cyclone which passed over Richmond (Q.) on Saturday several buildings were blown down, houses were unroofed, and two persons were in jured by fallen timber. Mr. William Bode Christie...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Braidwood Election. Mr. LINGENS MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 26 January 1889

The Braidwood Election. Me. LINGEN'S MEETING. Mr. J. T. Lingen, the Frcetrade candidate for the representation of Braidwood in the forthcoming Parliament, addressed the electors in the hall ofthe Literary Institute on Thursday evening Jimt There was a very fair attendance, aud beyond a few interruptions tho speaker was acooi-dod a patient hearing. Mr. W. J. Chapman occupied the chair, and in inrro Jucincr the candidate nvnrRiusiiil the hope that they would give him u fair aud im partial)) earing. Mr. Lingen, who was warmly received, said he was not uufamUiar with that platform ; not quite two years ago he stood there a defeated candidate tot the representation of Braidwood in the Parlia ' snoat of tho country. He hoped, however, that on next Monday week he would stand there again with heartfelt and hrnxest pride as the chosen mem ber for Braidwood. However, that matter was in tiie hands of the electors aud he would not antici pate their decision. He stood there that night to advocat...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Contracts for those Pipes. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 26 January 1889

Tbe Contracts for those Pipes. In reference to the action of Mr. Fletcher, tho new minister for works, in contermauding the acceptance of a tender in England for the supply of 6000 tons of oast-iron pipes for the water and sewerage board, it has transpired that the counter maud came too late, the agent-general having already accented a tender. Ko tender for the supply of pipes and eastings for North Shore water supply has however boon accepted, and tenders for that portfoular work will ot once be invited in tho colony.

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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OUR TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY. Friday, 12.45 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 26 January 1889

OUR TELEGKRAMS. ? « ? (FHOJf ODE OWS COEBIiSrONDEXT. ) SYDNEY. FarDAr, 12.45 p.m. At the stock sales yesterday 1 100 cattle were yarded and best bullocks brought £10 6/7, and others from L3 Os. 9d. 18330 sheep were penned aud best merinos brought 12s 9d., others from 3s. aud crossbreds fromSs. Cd. to 13s. 9d The Executive Council met yesterday afternoon aud disposed of some matters of minor importance in connection with the arrangements for the elec tions. Ihe Cabinet decided tbat the Casual Labor Board terminate forthwith, and appointed Messrs. J. R. C. Miles aud Wm. Masou to adjust the accounts and wind up the Labor busines. Hussard's Exchange Hotel, Cooumbleo also Her man's store, have beeu destroyed by fire, the damage being L500. Her Majesty's Theatre was sold yesterday for L53.000. Election meetings were held last niglit aud were generally well attended. The selection of candi dates is uot yet complete, and probably a few days will elauss before the executives of eitaer opposi...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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The Public Accounts. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 26 January 1889

The Public Accounts. Mr. Garvan, the Colonial Treasurer, informs the Herald that he has coustaut demauds made upon him for payment of accounts due by the Govern ment of New South Wales, but he finds, to his great regret, that tliere is not a single shilling to the credit of ilie Consolidated Revenue of the country. On the contrary, he fiirJUs that the public account is overdrawn to the extent of £1,300,000, after having ;:... irJi ? u-.a irust funds, to the amount of fj, 100,000, -?!:-.''-. lud been paid in to the public account. In audition to this he found there had been further sums of money obtained from the banks, for which there had been no appro priations, amounting to upwards of £170,000, and tlie Treasurer's advance vote of £200,000 is en tirely exhausted. Whei: aslseil what would be done iu reference t-j paying the salaries of the Civil servants, and the (jlovenjnieut employes, for the current mouth, Mr. Garvan taid he would certify to no piymeut whatever, unless there wer...

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