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Braidwood Turf Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 30 January 1889
Braidwood Turf Club. The following weights were declared ou Monday night :— Town Plate. st. lb. Lemonade ... ... ... 8 8 Friction ... ... ... 8 6 Novice ... ... ... 8 4 Hidden Treasure ... ... 8 0 MarkTapley ... ... ... 7 10 Sardo ... ... .75 Killiloo ... ... ... 6 10 Dollar ... ... ... 6 10 Nightcap ... ... ... 6 4 Ruffle ? ... ... 6 4 Hobble 'Race. Friction ... ... ... 12 0 Hidden Treasure ... ... 10 10 Cyclops ... ... ... 9 5 Whynot ... ... ... -- 5 Fermanagh ... ... ... $ 0 Pete ... ... ... 9 0 Tobf Clvb HakdicaJ'. Lemonade ... ... ... g 6 Friction ... .. ... 8 4 Novice ... ... ... 8 2 Hidden Treasure ... ... 7 12 MarkTapley ... ... ... 7 8 Sardo ... ... ... 7 3 Killiloo ... ... ... e 8 Dollar ... ... ... 0 8 Pelliam ... ... ... 6 0
MR. LINGEN'S MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 30 January 1889
MR. UNGEarS MEETING. Since our last issue Mr. J. T. Lingen, the Free Trade candidate for Braidwood, has addressed meetings at Major's Creek, Krawarree, and Araluen, at a'.! of which places be has been well received and his speeches attentively listened to. He was to have addressed ths electors of RcidBdole last night. A few errors crept into our report of Mr. Lingcn's speech in the Institute, in reference to some of his Bgurcs in regard to the relative position of Victoria ami Ncir South Wales. Instead of the population of Nen; South Wales being within 000 of that of Victoria the figures should have read 6000 more, while we credited Hew South Wales with possessing greater value in machinery than she actually does, the figures instead of being £100,000 should be £1100 greater. Where there are interruptions, such as there wore at Mr. Lingen's meeting, it is very easy for a reporter to make a mistake in deal ing with figures.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 30 January 1889
I L^ — ? '-i I Wool. wool. Wool. 1 THE NEW ZEALAND LOAN 1 Mercantile Agency Co,5 I LIMITED, 1 Bridge .Street, Sydney. I Capital, 4,5000,00(1 Reserve, 270,-HJ0 I Wool Season 1888-9. ? -\17KKKLY SALES of wool held throughout I \- tite season. I The greatest care bestowed on the valuation, ? displaying and protecting all wools entrusted to I (tic Company for sale, whether from large or small m «.-iijH. ? B Drovers advised aud consulted with before sales B are made. B Liberal cash advances .-where desired on wool and B nllier produce whether Tor sale ii: Sydney or sliip B nient to London. B The addition to the Company's jimm^s of the B magnificent Jiew warehouses in Bridge Street BJ acqjuirwJ-sinue lust season ensures to tj rovers the H display of their wools to! he very greatest advnn ? tage. ? G. iS. CAMPBELL, ? '*' Manager. ?L Sydney Wool mid Gram WurelrJUisys, Uiidge BJ blrcet, Sydney, .Sept., !SSS W T7' EATING'S POWDER. ? : r HATING'* POWDER. I : - EATING'S POWDER. I T7- EATING'S P...
LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 30 January 1889
LOCAL NEWS. w PaoTEcrioB League.— Immediately after Mr. Ryrie's address to the electors in the Literary Institute on Saturday evening last, a meeting of Protectionism was held, when a. branch of the New South Wales Protection Union was established. Mr. A. Eyrie, who is now contesting this constitu ency, was unanimously elected patron of the League, and'a President. Vice-President. Committee and Secretary were appointed. Upwards of 45 names were enrolled as members, and eincc then some SO additional names have been added to the list. Mr. Ryrie, with his customary liberality, promised a donation -of £5 & to the funds of the League, which offer was gratefully accepted. It is proposed to establish branches of the league in all the principal centres of population in the district. Gbakd Ukited Order of Oddfellows. — The annual district meeting of this order was held iu the Oddfellows1 Hall last week. Six district offi cers and delegates from nineteen Lodges were present, by far a ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 30 January 1889
WANTED, a COOK, also a HOUSEMAID. Apply to Mbs. ROYDS, j Durham Hall. U Tenders. 1 mENDERS required for the supply of 100, 200, K JL or 300 BAGS of CHARCOAL. Further iu- 41 formation on application to ? JL J. O'CON^TELL. Mr. Ungen's Committee MEET DAILY AT 4 P.M., At His Booms. Instructions tc Electors. rnHE Elector on -entering the Polling Booth will X at once mention his name, and, if possible, his number ou die ElectoraU Roll to the Poll Clerk. Oh receiving the ballot-paper from the Returning Officer he will enter the ballot-room and strike out the names of such candidates as he does khz1 intend to vote fob by drawing the pencil oncb through the names, and shall fold up the paper so as to conceal the names of the candidates, deposit it in the ballot-box, and retire. TAKE NOTICE.— Anyone obstructing the poll ing by auy unnecessary delay in performing any act within the ballot-room, shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanour by the 3ith section of tlio Electoral Act. A J. W. BUNN, ff...
OUR TELEGRAMS. I SYDNEY. SATURDAY, 7.30 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 30 January 1889
OUR TELEO-RAMS. 1 ? * ? i (FROM OUB OWN COBEESrOKDENT. ) 1 SYDNEY. 'I Sahtedav. 7.30 p.m I The Anniversary Handicap was won by Carlyos, ? Esperance second and Minstrel Boy third. ? Mok»ay 0.40 r.M. ? The followinginembers were returned uuopposea j to-day :— Yass Plains, Mr. Colls ; Murray, Messrt. 1 Chanter mid Barbour ; Hume, Messrs, Lyne and 1 Hayes ; Balranald, Messrs. Lakeman and WilkUi. Rnri r \Tn1rmo l^r P/im \ Toesdav, 11.45 a.m. i At the Homebusb stock sales yesterday 780 I cattle were yarded and the market was unaltered I best bullocks bringing L9 and others from L7 4s. ? About 10,000 sheep were penned and prices were 1 again weaker, best merinos fetching 13/7 and otben ? from 6s Ca, I Doctor Ross has been elected for Moloug, Mr. 1 Hassell for the Guy Her, and McFarlane for the I Clarence, all unopposed, making a total of uiae 1 Protectionists and one Free Trader. I The Protectionists are jubilant over the result, I but the Free Traders attach uo importance to it, as I thos...
Narrow Escape. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 30 January 1889
A arrow Escape. The Captain's Flat mailman (Jimmy MeGrath) had a narrow escape from drowning whilst crossing the Molonglo river after the storm on Sunday (says the QueaSBEvak Age) He was on horseback and owing to the swollen state of the river the animal had to swim. About the middle of the stream both horse and rider -were washed down into a hole, aud fora while disappeared. When the poor fellow came into view again he was off the horse clinging to the bridle, with one foot stuck iu the stirrup, but with a superhuman effort he released'liis foot, reached the bank, pursuing the journey to Bungen dore where he arrived apparently nothing the worse for his immersion.
A Girl Shot by Her Brother. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 30 January 1889
A Girl Shot hy Her Rrothcr. On Saturday afternoon hist Pearson-street, Sum morhill, was the sccuo of a sad accident, by which a little girl was fatally shot by her brother. The occurrence, which is surrounded by peculiar cir cumstances, ia another iustanco of the terrible danger attached to the use of iircarms, more especially when children .ire allowed to handle them From what can be gathered of the shocking occurrence, it appears that on Saturday afternoon, last n. Wy uiuued William Clarke, aged 14 years' residing with his parents, returned homo from a shooting expedition, carrying with him a gun. On arriving home he told his mother that the gun was loaded with powder, as he thought, and that he would go into the yard and discharge it. While proceeding down the yard with that in tention he saw liis little sister, Florenue, aged 3 years, standing in a passage about 15 feet away from him. He raised the gun to his shoulder, and presented the weapon -with the intention of dis charging...
CABLE MESSAGES. LONDON, JAN. 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 30 January 1889
CABLE MESSAGES. (From the Sydney Papers.) Loxdon, Jak. 25. A series of exciting sceneB occurred yesterday at Carrick-cn-Suir, a town in Tipperary, on the oc casion of the trial of Mr. William O'Brien, M.P. for East Cork, for speeches delivered at Ballymeale in September last. Mr. O'Brien and his council, Mr. Timothy H. IT ? 1 ? lr VI t ? X* ? .i. r ? f ? i _— !?._... :..~ ,(._ neaiy, i\L.r. lur i\urui ijuugiuru, uu 11^11 jug me railway station «-ere met by an immense concourse of people. They attempted to pass through the lines of police to mingle with the populace, but the police declined to allow them to pas:!, aud on in sisting they were ill-used On arrival at the courthouse Mr. Healy com plained that the police had threatened him with a bayonet. The court promised him that he would be protected by a police escort on leaviug the build ing. Mr. Healy then applied for summonses against the Marquis of Salisbury aud Mr. Balfour, Chief Secretary for Ireland, his object being to secure...
Election Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 30 January 1889
Election Notes. Mr. Nicholas B. Doiraiug, va. conjunction with another free-trader not yet announced, will oppose Mr. Garvan and Mr. Henry Clarke in the Eden electorate. Mr. R. A. Ritchie, instead of contesting New castle, will stand in the free-trade interest for Central Cumberland. In the East Sydney electorate, Dr. Cox will be associated with Sir. J. V. Abbott and Mr. O'Jiara. Although the Hon. Edmund Barton has consented to address the electors iu the metropolis at various meetings, on the advantages of protection, that gentleman is not a candidate fora seat in the Legislative Assembly. It is considered likely that in the event of an emergency he may, however, be induced to come out for the benefit of the cause. The Domination for Argyle came off on Monday. The candidates were Messrs. Ball and Holborrow, Freetraders, and Messrs Rose and Meyer Protec tionists. The show of hands was declared in favor of tho Protectionists hy about 2 to 1, Parliament will meet for the despatch of b...
A Boy Hangs Himself. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 30 January 1889
A Boy Hangs Himself. Kiama, Wednesday. — An inquest was held to day at Jamberoo, before the district coroner, Dr. Ashe, touching the death of a lad named Henry Doghearty, 13 years of age, aud an apprentice from the State Children's R«b'ef Department to Michael Kelly, of Poplar Grove, Jamberoo. Yesterday morning Dogherty was milking in the bails along with a companion, to whom he made the remark that he (the companion) would attend to some green etutt close by he would nmsu milking. The re quest was complied with but upon returning to the bails the boy's chum found Dogherty hanging by the neck by a rope, -which was attached to some spouting ou the roof of the bails. He was quite dead. Although his companion was close enough to have heard any struggle or noise noae was he&ra ; and the evidence of the doctor set forth as the reason that death was instantaneous. Deceased was of a cheerfnl disposition, and on the morning of bis death was iu his usual mood. There is a supposition ...
Moruya Anuual Races [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 30 January 1889
Sloraya Annual Races. The annual races of the Moruya Jockey Club be gan on Thursday, 24th instant. The morning was extremely hot, but in the evening a breeze modified the temperature. At least seven hundred people were present, and the gate buyer quite satisfied. Several visitors ffom Begji engaged a special coach, and started on Wednesday moraine, reaching Moruya deface dark on tho same day. The events and results were as follows : — First day, Thursday, January 24th. The Opeoiug Handicap, 25 sovs,, one mile, won by Mark Tiipley ; Hidden Treasure, 2} Carlo, 3. Time, lm. 49sec. Moruya Cup, 60 so vs., 1| mile; Novice, 1 ; Friction, 2; Lemonade, 3. Time, 3m. 12seo. The winner is a goer, by Fisherman, and won easily. Hook Race; Baffler, ; Giovanni, S j Le Braid, 3. Mlniatral Handicap 1 of 25 sovs., 9 furlongs ; Hidden Treasure, 1 ; Fidel ity One, 2 ; Forest Queen, 8. Time, 2m. 5 sees. Substitute Handicap : Kjllaloo, 3 ; Sea Foam, second, aud Giviattiii, third. Time, lm. SIbcce. —Second...
The Braidwood Election. THE NOMINATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 31 January 1889
The Braidwood Election. THE NOMINATION. The nomination, for the electorate of Braid wood was held in the Hall of the Literary Institute yesterday. Mr. J. W. Bunu, the Returning Officer, presided, and asked for a fair hearing for botli candidates. There were about 300 electors present. Mr. T. J. Roberts proposed Alexander Ryrie as a fit and proper person to represent the electorate of Braidwood in Parliament. Mr. M. Lyons, J.P., seconded the nomina tion. Mr. F. Mason, J.P., proposed, and Mr. W. J. Chapman, J.P., seconded, John- Taylor Lingen as a fit and proper person to represent them in Parliament. Mr. Ryi'ie, who was first to rise, was re ceived with loud and continued applause. He said he desired to return his sincere thanks to them for their flattering expres sion of welcome to him, and, with their permission, he would add the great principle he advocated, namely a judi cious Protection policy. (Hear hear.) That ?was the fifth time he had the honor to solicit their suffrages, an...
Weekly Calendar. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 31 January 1889
Weekly Calendar. ... _, , Days of Sun Sun Moou'b Dayaof the Week Month- fc^,,. Sets. Age. Wednesday..*.... Jan. 30 5 21 7 5 20 Tiidbsdav ? „ 31 5 22 7 5 »r Friday ? Feb. 1 5 23 7 4 1 Saturday ? 2 5 24 7 4 2 Sunday ? , 3 3 25 7 3 3 Monday ? „ 4 5 20 7 2 4 Toesday ? .. 6 5 27 7 1 5 MOON'S rilASE. New Moon, Jan. 31, at 7.15 p.m. The Braidwood Dispatch. Streniid el Prospevi. THURSDAY, JANUARY 31. 1889.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 31 January 1889
Electors of Braidwood, WHY VOTE FOR Fr&etrad* aaft Starvation? : atasmaaMBby'-- rr,i--\P$on liavo any doubts on $3ie question i l study the following table taken from Mr. J. S^WfSSMSen's prize essay on u The Beneficial .YflMfluettee of a Protectionist policy upon the ert^olony1 of Victoria,' and which gained the 6 ^jE&fj' jpiize given by. tiio editor of tlie ' Year .„ ^^pt;'pf Australia' :— jKid-JJVeges in. Victoria in 18C5 when slie was t5(! 07 H/i-a free-trade Colony, mid in 1884 tjf-.}Hi-M-i after 18 years Protection — -- oil! ,n-.vJ- 18G5, Free Trade 1884, Protection .'.?M&Sbris ... 8s to 10s 10s to 12s -:-'i!3&8t£iers ... 8s to 10s 10s to 12s * tJrieklayere 8s to 10s 10s to 12s fci'B!«ck§miti»s 8s to 10s 10s to Us 3i Geiiiiaijorcrs 5s to 7s 7s to 8s si-&rp6hters... 7s to 9s 10s to 13s tCip^rmiaborers V !J^veekly... 12s to 18s 15s to 20s '-'*?? Piougiimerv^.^ vP-9(weeMy) l$s to 20s 20s to 25s _'' Aiter'careful study of the above table will...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 2 February 1889
To the Eleotors of Brai&Trood. GESM.EMEK,— . ?''. For a second lime I offer myself as candidate for your votes, and again I seek to enter Parliament in feubpfori of A Free-Trade policy. Protection may galvanize iuto premature exis tence a few industries, but on the colony's indus tries as a whole it must exorcise n prcjudicul effect. The finished product of one industry forms the raw material of others. If you raise the nrico of such product by the imposition of a protective duty you to far cripple the oilier industries which use that product. If a duty; raises the price of su^ar it cripples the industries of confectionery, biscuit making, brewing, jam making, fruit preserving, ham curing, &c. If you protect iron you cripple machine makers ; if you protect the niachiue makers you cripple the industries of the cloth nlid other manufacturers, the fanner and the miner. The miner indeed is cruelly treated, for uo Protec tionist Jibs suggested tt, duty that can raise tbc ...