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CABLE MESSAGES. LONDON, Jan. 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 26 January 1889

CABLE MESSAGES. ? w ? (From the Sydney Papers.) LONDON, Jas. 1G. Ihc same messenger that brought news of Stanley to SviaUim states that Emin Bey and Stanley were prisoners of the Mahdi, and that their flags and baggage were at Khartoum. Severe fighting has taken place at Freetown, West Africa, between the natives police and the natives. The police, under the command of an English officer, fired upon the natives with a Maxim gtm, and killed 130. The United States Senate has passed the Tariff Bill framed by the Republican committee' An increase has been inaJe on the import duties on :-. .-u.il-.. „ ??:?:.'. ...i i!u Swanse Railway, South ''-'-. ? ?-.-u;-- -'-. co!!%psed. Seven railway workmen were killed. Mr. Bayard, during an interview on the Samoan question, euid that any violation of neutrality at Samoa concerned Germany and England, tUe treaties not affecting America, He believed Ger many was acting in -sonc»rt with Englnnd. Sir Henry Norman, Governor of Queensland, has been compe...

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

Election Votes. Mr. Dibbs states with reference to the chiirge of criminally nuuipuWiii£ lv;e writs made by Sir Henry Parkes, tiiat lit i -its l'hu imputation with contempt. He says that any person who watched the arrangements for the election when Sir Henry Piirkcs obtained a dissolution two years ago would flnil that the cx-Prcmicr was most generously t rcatcd. Sir Henry Parkes for some purpose known to himself, placed the Murruinbijgec electorate, for which he (Mr. Dibbs) was a representative, the Uibt. on the Hat ; his object, in Mr. Dibbs' opinion, beiug to prevent- his appearing in Parliament for another constituency should the Mumimbidgee electors reject liiiu. Sir Henry then departed from the custom that he endeavoured to set up of making East Sydney tlie first city election, by fiving the place of prominence to St. Leonards. Ir. Dibbs adds that, in accordance with the doc trine laid down by Sir Henry Parkes that the con stituency which had beeu represented by tlie Premier s...

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

WANTED, a COOK, also a HOUSEMAID* Apply to Mas. ROYJ-S, Durham H&U. WANTED, a quiet domestic girl as GENERAL SERVANT for place iu town. Apply in first instance to the office of tliis paper. To the Electors of Braid^cod. GENTLEMEN, — Through the defeat of the Parkes Ministry, and consequent dissolution of Parliament, you are now called upon to carry out that high privilege of eay« ing who shall be your representative ; ana, in view ' of that, I again desire for the fifth time to place my services at your disposal, aud to solicit your suf frages with a hope that I have not in any way forfeited the coniideuce which you have so often reposed in me. The two burning questions of the day, Protection versus Free Trade, will now be fought out in a systematic aud detenniiied manner, and it remains for you aud other constituencies throughout the length aud breadth of the country to say in an em phatic raanucr whether our fecal policy is to bo changed or to remain for all time as it now...

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

If W^shi* rrfS&& L^IZlv* Jr fi95*'fl^^^^ \ * Wool. wool. Wool. THE NEW ZEALAND LOA.N AND Mercantile Agency Go., LIMITED, Bridge Street, Sydney. Capital, 4.5000,000 Reserve, 270,000 Wool Season 1888-9. WEEKLY SALES of wool held throughout the season. The greatest care bestowed on the valuation, displaying and protecting ;ill wools entrusted to the Company for sale, whether from large or small clips. Growers advised aud 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 magnificent new warehouses in Bridge Street Ut^^icquired since last season ensures to G rowel's the jj ^«feplay of their wools to the very greatest advan tage. G. S. CAMPBELL, Manager. Sydney Wool and Grain Warehouses, Bridge ? street, Sydney, Sept., 18S8. ? T7- EATING'S POWDER, jr EATING'S POWDER, rr EATING'S POWDER. T7' EATING'S POWDER. KILLS HUGS, FLEAS, MO...

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Weekly Calendar. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 26 January 1889

Weekly OalcuAar. nar«nftliAtP»olr Daysof j Sun Sun (Moon's Dayaof the Week M-^th HigeB_ g^. Age- Wednesday ? Jaj.-. 23 5 14 7 10 23 Thobsday ? 24 5 15 7 9 22 Fanuv ? , 23 5 10 7 8 24 Satcboay ? „ 20 5 17 7 7 25 Sokday ? , 27 5 J8 7 7 2« Monday ? „ 28 5 19 7 0 27 Toesdav ? „ 29 5 20 7 6 28 MOOS's PHASE. Kew Moon, Jan. 31, at 7.15 p.m.

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

DEATH. At Bendora, on the 22nd inst., Ellen   Catherine, youngest daughter of the     late Mr. Francis Bell, aged 1 year and 10 months.   The Braidwood Dispatch. SATURDAY, JANUARY 26, 1889.

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Mr. Quong Tart in China. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 26 January 1889

Mr. Quong Tart in China. Lengthy reference is made by the North China HERALD to the arrival at Hongkong of Mr. Quong Tart. What would meet the views of the labouring classes in Australia (the HERALD writes) would no doubt be that the Chinese should join the unions and demand the same wages as whites, but as soon as that were done nobody would want the Chinese. At the same wages the employers would undoub- tedly prefer the white labour, and it is to be feared that when Mr. Quong Tart by sanitary laws had brought his fellow-countrymen up to the white level, he would find that there would be nothing for them to do. Perhaps the most important of his statements in his opinion that if both England and China will leave Australia alone in the matter, she will settle the question for herself. The recent ex- clusion policy was the result of a panic which is passing away, and the laws will be amended be- fore long. It would rather appear, then, that Mr. Quong Tart has come up to present the Au...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 30 January 1889

BRAIDWOOD TURF CLUB E ACES j Annual Meeting, Feb. 6th & 7th, 1889. President : R. Hassall, E«j. Judge : ? CoMMHTEli : Jlcsscs. 0. Wilson, C. Martin, J. AUen, C. M. Pnyuc, R. G. HbsboII, M. O'Heir, A. Pooley, J. MuBgravc, W. J. Cliiinnwii, J. Daly, 15. Ureneiiger, K. Boiriaml, AY. Farrell, and 3. Waliaco. H»!ldicapi-evs : The Committee or Whom they may appoint. PROGRAMME : First Way, Wcdticsday, Ctlt Feb., 1889. Fibst Race (to start at 12.30). PUBLICANS' PURSE, £20(subscril-cdbyUicIiotaI- fccepers) ; a handicap, for all horses ; distance, once round the course (about u -mile and « distance), SECOND BACK. FLYING HANDICAP, £20; for all hoiscs; dis tance, { mile. TniED HACK. TOWN PLATE, £40 j second horse save entrance. A handicap for all horses; distance about 1} miles. FOURTH BACE. HACK RACE £5 ; for all approved hacks ; catch weights ; post entrance ; 1 mile. FIFTH IIACE. PRESIDENT'S CUP— a Cup (value £2J) presented by R. Hassaia, Esq. ; n. welter handicap, for all horses ; d...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 30 January 1889

READ WHAT THE LEADIXG DOCK M MISTS SAY. '? No Medicine introduced to the public has ever nut with the success accorded -o fir. Bouic's American Hop Bitters. It staaJs to-day the best known curative article in the world It !s famous by reason of its inherent virtues. It does all that is claimed f-y it.' * G entlemes, — No medicine has one-half Uic sale and gives such universal satisfaction as your American Hoii Bitters, As several re ronrkable cures have been inado here, there arc any number of advocates f .r yaur medi cine.' ? ' 1 have constantly ascd American Hop Hitters for the past four years in cases cf in digestion, debiLity, weakness, and in. all diseases caused by poor and bad ventilation, want of afr and exercise, oi-er-work, and loss of appetite, with the most perfect success.' ' The greatest nourishing tonic, appetizer, strengthener, and curative known to the medical profession ie Dr. Soule's American Hop Bitters.' 'For all cases ct diseases ot the Jiver, stomach, bowels, ...

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CRUCIFIED HEARTS. CHAPTER VIII DONE AT MIGNIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 30 January 1889

©RUCMFIED HEARTS. DOSE AT MIDNIGHT, To trap him whUe visiting that hidden . place was now his ehietthouglit,- and lie was i bring all the force of his keeri intellect to bear .upon the subject h» he jptiood swiftly along tlio .moorland path and quickly reached the bridge, if, indeed, tiiat narrow plank couiu we qesignacea wy sucu a raae. ? A stealthy footstep behind him : the dark figure of a man creeping in his rear. Beware ! James Car-wen, for your mortal enemy is at hand. No friend near, no eye * to pity him : black darkness above — around 1 ,. His toot is on the insecure plank, when he is ^ seiaBd in * grasp like iron, and with one brief, agonised cry {or aid, is pushed headlong Into the seething waters of that wild, mountainous torrent. ; * *HiestragglewosabrJefone, ? Encumbered by ft heavy top coat and thick boote, what chance had he, in the black darkness, of es caping his doom ? ,. One: short prayer for mercy, liis wife's name breathed by dying lips in bitter nnguish, and th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 30 January 1889

NEW STORIJP~NEW STORE Wallace-street, Braidwood. ? 0 ? HAVING taken over the STOREKEEPING BUSINESS 'hitherto carried on by my brother, Nom Chono, and being determined to afford the public every possible ad vantage in purchasing supplies BY HOT BE'HTCI UNDERSOLD ! ? o ? CASH BUYERS will have SPECIAL ADVANTAGES in Grocery, Drapery, Ironmongery, Crockery, -&c. ? 0 ? As I purpose paying SPECIAL ATTENTION to my TEA SELECTIONS, the public may rely on getting the BEST ARTICLE procurable. C. D. NOM CHONO. Sth January, 18S9. Bl MI ml M M. HE. UNOEN —WILL— ADDRESS * THE i ©LBCTOfiS OF THE BRAIDWOOD DISTRICT AS FOLLOWS: Thursday. Jan. 24, Braidwood, at lit Institute, 8, p.m Friday, „ 25, Major's Greek, Heazlett's Hotel, 7.30,, Saturday, „ 26, Krawarree, at McWHHams' 7.30,, Monday, „ 28, Araluen, at Oddfellows' Hall, 7.30,, Tuesday, „ 29, Reidsda/e, at McMahon's 4 „ „ „ 29, Jembaicumbene, at Daly's, 7.30 „ Wednesday, 30, Manar 4 „ Wednesday -, 30, Larbert, 7.30,, Thursday, „ 31, Nerriga...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 30 January 1889

Iu the Estate or William Robert Gall, of Braidwood, Draper aud Outfitter. Df BAJNKRUPTCY. mEKTDERS are liereby invited and will be re X ceived at ray office to noon on SATURDAY, the 2nd February, 1889, for the purchase of the following assets therein : — Lot 1. — General Drapery — Manchester ? £58 1 1 Dress ? 90 5 9 Mercery and Hosiery 64 14 0 Millinery and Fancy 73 15 8 Haberdashery, &c. ... 20 15 C ? £297 12 0 Hats ? 18 4 3 Boois nud Shoes ? 50 0 3 0'lot.iiijg (siops) ? 90 I 10 Piaut ? 8 16 0 Total ? 470 14 4 Lot 2. — My right, title and interest in and to the book debts herein (as per statement of affairs filed) Good ? £98 6 4 Doubtful ? 24 7 10 Bad ? 30 12 0 Total ? £153 6 2 Stock Sheets have been carefully prepared and may be inspected at my office, and also at the office of Mr. W. J. Chapman, auctioneer, Braid wood. Tenders will be received for the above lots separately. The highest or any tender not necessarily accepted. A deposit of 10 per cent, must accompany each t...

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The Braidwood Election. Mr. RYRIE'S MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 30 January 1889

The Braidwood Election. Mb. RYRIE'S MEETING. Mr. A. Ryrie addressed a meeting of the elect ors of Braidwood in the Hall of tUe Literary Institute on Saturday evening last. Mr. John Wallace occupied the chair. There was a large attendance, upwards of 250 persons being present. The speaker was accorded a patient hearing through out. Mr. Ryrie, who on rising was warmly received, thanked those present for the hearty welcome they had accorded him. They were called upon through the defeat of Parties administration and the conse quent dissolution of Parliament, to exercise that high prerogative which tliey enjoyed of chosiug a repre sentative to watch over their interests in theParlia meut of the country. He trusted the election would be carried out in a fair and honorable manner, so that after the fight was over he and his opponent could shake hands and be as good friends as ever (Cheers.) If he could not enter Parliament on his own merits he would ecoru to enter it on the de merits of ot...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 30 January 1889

MR. LSNGEN WILL ADSBBSS the ELECTORS op . ! ARALUEN, ; AT MADIGAN'S HOTEL, on i FRIDAY EVENING NEXT, at 7.30. ;

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Cricket Match. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 30 January 1889

Cricket Match. A cricket match between eleven of the Micalago club and a like number of the local club for the Foord Challenge Cup was played on the Recreation Ground ou Saturday last, and resulted iu a some what easy victory for ' our boys' by six wickets. The Micalago team, which composed no less than five of Mr. Ryries son's, arrived iu town by coach the morning of the match, having come by train as we as Tavago, and alter a short spell commenced play by taking the wickets. They made a some what long stand and it was not before lunch time that they were all disposed of for a total of 69 runs, of which Swau contributed 32 by good play, although he was missed several times iu the field. Toe Braidvvoodites in their first innings put together 96 runs before the lost wicket fell. J. Wilson being top scorer with 32 to his credit, which he obtained by careful play. The visitors then went in for their second innings and succeeded in putting together 73 runs, of which Swan obtained the li...

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Mr. Lingen's Committees. BRAIDWOOD COMMITTEE : [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 30 January 1889

Mr. Xdngen's Oommittees. BRAIDWOOD COMMITTEE : Benuison, W. N. Hush, W. Binmore, \V. Izzard, G. Bell, George Martin, C. Bowman, R. Maddvcll, H. F. Buuklaud, H. McGrath, F. Cuinuiings, H. L. Monahau, Jas. Clai-liam, R. W. Munnhan, Johu Cobb, U. A. Monahau, Juo, sur. Clarke, J. McCarron, A. Burke, Wm. Roberts, P. Casey, U. Roberts, Jos. DoH-uie, \V. C. Nindcl, R. Flauniguii, E. Sisnouton, J. Fisher, Geo. Taylor, W. Gcelan, R. Travers, W. M. jur. Grifl'eu, R. seur. Travers, W. M. sen. Griffen, R. juur. Willis, E. Gyde, .J. Wiilis, Gto. Grenville, Geo. Wilson, Geo. Griffeu, W. Watt, Jus Hill, A. seur. Warreii, H. Hill, A. juur., Warren, G. Hill, E. Warren, Jas. Hush, Geo. D-issiugiraithe, G .A. Crittle, Geo. Penney, J. W. Tippett, W. H. Trussell, W. ARALUEN COMMITTEE : John Hylaud J. Counors T. U. Alley J. Morrisey IS. U. A'ley P. Blmidell R. U. Alley W. Montgomery A. U. Alley W. Mundy G. U. Alley M. Dogau W. J. Ifyland C. ScLollberg A. McTavish G. S. Booth J. Matuieson Geo. Booth Win. ...

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Braidwood Land Court. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 30 January 1889

Braidwood Land Court. Exectorsofof late H. P. Wilson. CP. 86-105; application to liave other improvements instead of fencing. Granted. Thomas Hartneddy, C.P. 40 acres, C.L., 120 acres. Parish Larbert. The description in case of the Lease appeared to be erroneous aud only included about 40 acres. Mr. Fell, who ap peared lor applicant called Mr. Oslear, who stated that he (applicant) pointed out two measured portions 110 and 111, which he wished included in his application, aud with out which he could not have got the quantity of land he wanted ; he (witness) usually read over the descriptions to applicants, but could uot say whether he did bo in this case ; he now saw that the description did not include 110 and III, and the omission was that be had not written 'to include measured portions.' After further evidence the Board decided that the 5'th clause of the Land Act did not authorise-them to deal with the Lease. No order made as to portions 110 and 111; and order made for measurem...

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Mr. Ryrie's Committee. CENTRAL COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 30 January 1889

Mr. Eyrie's Committee. \ CENTRAL COMMITTEE. T. J. Roberts R. Hassall W. A. Kershaw J. Wallace, J.V. Jas. Allen E. M. Royds, J.P. Wm. McDowall W. A. McDouagh Jas. McGrath \V. McCaffey A. McRae R. Bruce Jas O'Brien Jas Maher Dr. Llewellyn, J.P. Jas Styles W. Bridgemeut J. Stephens K. Webb Thos. Farrell J. Vider J. M. Moroney Wm. Farretl Jolui Jeffrey Wm. Edwards M. O'Conuell M. Lyons, J.P. W. F. Gordon, J.P. M Bowling J. Malonc M. Invin R. McDonald E. Bale J. Smith Ed. Smith M. Trussell J. Brennan Jas. Jeffrey John Allen T. Wilmington Jas. McGrath John McGrath Thos. C. Musgrave P. Maher. R. Pape T. Moore, jun. George Peters Walter Suott R. Druce P. Malone James Laing Thos. McDowall Chat-. O'Loughlin Donald Mclutosh Edward Webb Iiavid Stewart Alexr. Boyd Jas. McGrath, jun. John Barrett D. Richardson, juii. Win. Westwood Ed. Green J. Cunningham P. Kcarns H. Burns T. Moore, sen. Jas. Burke Alex. J. McDonald W. McDowal, jun. John Maher Thos. Fairley John Brennau George Ware John Harbuckle...

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The New Parliament. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 30 January 1889

The New Parliament. The following candidates have been elected to serve in the new Parliament. The letter P after the name denotes that the member is a Protection ist, the letter F a Freetrader, and Ian Independent member : — Yass Plains ? T. Colls. P The Murray ? J. M. Chanter, P R. Barbour, P The Hume ? W. J. Lyne, P J. Hayes, P Balranald ? A. Lakemau, P B. R. Wilkinson, F Molong ? Dr. Ross, P TheGwydir ? Hassall, P Clarence ? McFarland P Burrowa ? T. Slattery, P

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To the Electors of Braidwood. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 30 January 1889

Tolke Bleotors of Braidwood. Througli tbo defeat of the Parltos Ministry, and consequent dissolution of Parliament, you wo now called I upon to carry out that high privilege of Bay ine who shall ho your representative ; and, in view of that I agai' desire tor me uiui nine to piace ray nerviccs at your disposal, iuid to Bolieit your suf frages with a iiopo tiiat I have not iu any way forfeited the confidence which you have so often The two bufti'utg questions of theday, Ptotectloa versus Free Trade, will now lie fought out iu a systematic and determined wanner, and it remains for yon mid other constituencies throughout the length and breadth of the country to say in an em phatic manner whether our fiscal policy U to be changed or to remain for all time as it uow is. 1 can conscientiously state that I am more impressed than ever with the absolute necessity that exists fora judicious protective policy without which this colony can never rise to that proud position it ought, or take its...

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