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CRUCIFIED HEARTS. CHAPTER VIII. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 2 February 1889

CRUCIFIED HEARTS. : ? -« ? — *i ? ' CHAPTBE Vlir. ? There was a tremendous crowd in Llana von churchyard that day to witness the body of the police-sergeant Jaid in his grave. Amid profound silence, broken only by an occa sional sob from the stalwart men. who stood around, the service proceeded, nnd, covered with wreaths and crosses of bright flowers, the coffin was lowered iuto the earth ; and, inarching slowly from the churchyard, they left James Carwen to his rest. CHAPTER X. 'THE BLiNK, WHBRE SHE 18 NOT.' Once again it is summer time, the end of June, purest freshest, sweetest time in all the year. Through the tender, transparent leaves of the park the soft sunlight filters, throwing gleams of golden glory upon open ing ferns, climbing honeysuckle, mid per fumed budding roses. The uplaud meadows are spread with robes of purest emerald and gold, lue sky above this sunny, smiling laud, is of a deep turquoise blue, the river, flowing gently between leafy, flowery bunks, sparkles an...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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To the Electors of Braidwood. (PER FAVOR OF THE DISPATH) [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 2 February 1889

'to tlic Electors of Braidwood. (PER FAVOR OF THE DISrATCIt) FFLLOW ELECTORS,— Bofore tho contest 1b entered upon which will decide thn vote of , m» Electorate upon tlio grout and momentous ouration of the day, I would earnestly ask you to '? Set ou thiB important subject which involves the SUkaf younsclves «d your fam.hes, before ? is nc the power for weal or woo province! uy u o i Electoral Act, This is no personal matter. It is frontcstofprincipto. The candidates for Braid i '^ arc men whom nothing cau bo urged against c «,cir social slandiiig or oliamclct '.Our old mem f' . jb wiily esteemed liy his political foos as by his friends, one who is a true gentleman and an '''in this contest, however, the patriot should for wt everything but the welfare of the country, and Sf our old member as of his opponent. We have ™ j^ic which of the two is the exponent of the nrinciple in which is involved the true interests of the country! Let us, however, first ask ourselves at Mr Ryrie has don...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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F. L. Barker's Weekly Report. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 2 February 1889

F. L. Barker's Weekly Report. Wool. —Quantities arriving now are considerable reduced and the sales have settled down to fort nightly and this being the off week there is no news oi the local market beyond lost report. News has just come through however of the open ing of the present mouths series in London to the effect that prices so far are equal to the closing of last sales, good attendance of home and foreign buyers, z^uuu uaies compnee wie (jnri7iiii.y oner ing and 109,000 Wlca have boen sent to the manu facturing disti'icts. Sheepskins. — Late prices ave firmly maintained both for short growths of sound pelt and best long wololed at the following rates, viz., 5Jd. for firsts ; 4d. to i^d. medium ; 2Jd. to 3id. fov good pelts, Leatjifb. — A better demand Sb springing up for kip and good tweeds. Sole is steady, whilst saddlers goods are difficult to quit. Mahsctiaus.— Every Hue I offered this week found eager buyers at rates a trifle over late valua tions; my catalogue shows, l...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 2 February 1889

MR RYRIE WILD AGAIN ADDRESS the ELECTORS OF AT madigan's hotel, To-night (Saturday) at 8 p.m. Don't foe gulled l-y Freetrade Claptrap ! To Horse Owners. 3BAIDW00D RACES. A CCEl'TANCES, or notice of non-acceptance, J\_ muBt be with Secretary at Tattessall's by 8.30 p. in. on TUESDAY, February 6th, night of general entry. W. L. FELL, Sec. Braidwood T.C. W. CROOK, COLONNADE HOTEL, 65B GEORGE-STREET, SYDNER. Every Accommodation for Country Visitors. Best Braxds of Wines asd Spirits. HANDICAP PIGEON MATCH FOR WILL BE HELD IN Braid^rood ON FRIDAY, 8th FEBRUARY, (TJie day after the Baccs). NOMINATIONS JOs. , close on fitli FEBE UAR Y, at 4 p.m. Acceptances 15s, on morning of match. TWO NOMINATIONS ALLOWED. Nine birds. N.S.W. Gun Club Rules. Handicaps, 30 to 21 yards. Nominators to send their Club Handicap or pre vious performances. P. L BARRY, . Albion Hotel. Wliat will we do with Our Boys? rriHIS is a question fathers of families often .1. ask themselves. Well, there is one thing certain ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 2 February 1889

L 1Os Reward. PPf OST, from Captain's *7at, a BROWN MARE, I Jj branded J over BT on near shoulder, The k. above reward will be paid and mare called for on ?J vritiug to W JOHN WILLOUGHBY, F Major's Creek. Farmers of Braidwood. LOOK AT THIS. VICTORIA (Protection) has 1,200,000 under cultivation^ * ? N.S. WAgiES (Free Trade) has only 368,000 acresfiditto. Victoria produces 12,000,000 bushels of grain N.S.W. „ 8,000,000 „ „ Average number of bushels to the acre in Victoria ? 7 Ditto New South Wales ? 12 Victoria lias poorer soil, yet it pays her to grow grain. The freetraders tell us it would not pay us to do so, yet our soil is more fer tile than Victoria, Will you allow yourselves ft be blinded by such arguments from in terested parties ? Be men ; be true to your | own interest and those of your children. Strike straight from the shoulder,and trample on that ' creature ' Freetrade, and VOTE FOR RYRIE AND PROTECTION. Electors of Braidwood. RIGHT throughout the colony the elec tors hav...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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CABLE MESSAGES. LONDON, Jan. 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 2 February 1889

CABLE MESSAGES. (From the Sydney Papers.) LONDON, Jan. 28. Mr. Floquct, the French Premier, so telegrams from Paris state, offered his resignation to President Cwnot as a result of General uoulaugcr's election for the Department of the 'Seine. Tlio President dccliucd to accept Uic resignation. A telegram tram Rome states that King Hum bert of Italy, in his speech at the opening of the Italian Parliament, declared that Italy and her allies meant to keep peace iu Europe. Telegram from New York say that Uwtod Suites Senator {Culloui, after a conversation with General Harrison, President-elect of the Republic, stated that he would not give wtiy in the attitude he had taken up towards Germany concerning nfi'airs in Samoa. At the same time Senator Cullom said he believed that the Republican Government on coming into office would be able to adjust the diffi culty. Jan. 20. Mr Floquet proposes to immediately restore the ACRITTIN D'ARUOKDISSESfENT, OS the method of electing the Chamber of De...

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Civil Servants' Salaries. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 2 February 1889

' Civil Servants' Salaries. At a meeting of theCabiuet heldon Wednesday, it was decided that steps should be taken to ensure the payment of the salaries of the officials iu the Civil Service due on Friday. The Ministers present at the meeting were — Mr. Barton, Mr. Lackey, Mr. Lyne, Mr. Chanter, aud Mr. Slattery ; and the opinion of Mr. Garvan, Mr. H. Clarke, Mr. Suitor, and Mr. Flothcriras obtained bv teleeranh. It is fully realised by the Ministry that tho pay ments cannot be made without committing a breach of the Constitution Act, but in order to prevent inconvenience, and possibly hardship and suffering iu some cases they have determined to risk a motion of censure being brought against them when Parliament assembles. The payment of the salaries will not necessarily involve any special arrangements with the banks. At the present time the publio account is overdrawn at the associated banks to the extent of £1,370,000, but against this there are sums to the credit of the loan fun...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 2 February 1889

GENERAL NEWS. v ? ' Why do American Hop Bitters cure bo much T1 ' Because they give good digestion, rich blood, and healthy action of all tho organs.' Hollowny's Oiutiwait and Pills. — Old sores and ulcers.— Daily ?experience confirms the fact which has triutnphed over ij,U opposition for more than forty years, viz. , that no means are known cqHnl to Holloway's remedies for curing bad logs, bad Ureasts, sores, wounds, diseases ot tlicekin, erysi pelas, abscesses, bums, scalds, and, in truth, all maladies vvhe,ra the skin is brokeu. To cure these infirmities quickly is of primary itnporlauce as compulsory confinement indoors weakens the gene ral health. The ready means of cure arc fouud in Holloway's Ointment and Pills, which heal the sores, ami expel their cause. lu tho very worst cases the Ointment lias succeeded in effecting a perfect cure after every other means had failed in giving adequate relief. During the performance of Carmen by the Italian Opera Company at Sydney on Saturd...

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A Nerve Tonic. HOSSFORD'S ACID PHOSPHATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 2 February 1889

A Nerve Tonic Hobbfobd's Acid Phosphate. Dr. James. Biaok, L.R.C.S., Primrose Hill, Coekbunifspnth, Scotland, sayB : As a uervo tonic I know nothing like it. It gives me great satis faction.'

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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LONDON. THURSDAY. I [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 2 February 1889

LONDON. TnlTKSDAV. The Chancellor of the Lxcheques stated that Kuglaud intended to maintain her position as first Colonial Power. She roust therefore be prepared to holu her own iu the Pacific as well as in every quarter of the worlJ. He feared the budget must be sacrificed to agencies of defence of the Empire. The Government woula be unable to ignore Euro pean quarrels. The death of the Crown Prince of Austria has caused universal sorrow anil profounded sensation in the various European capitals. It has trans pired that the late Prince bait a presentment dur ing the past month that he would meet with an early death. The Arch Duke Charles Louis, brother of the Emperor, will succeed his late nephew as heir apparent to the Throne. The ac counts of the cause of his death are very conflict ing. The French Premier demands a vote of confidence from the Chamber of Deputies. He expects to obtain a majority of 300. He declines to take steps to suppress the French Patriotic League. The Moscow...

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Dreadful Occurrence at Sen. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 2 February 1889

Dreadful Occurrence at Sea. One of the most dreadful occurrences that have happened at sea on board a vessel bound to this port is recorded in the report of the voyage of the American ship Southern Cross from Kcw York. The story, as narrated by the chief officer of tho vessel, briefly is that on last Sunday morning the cook, a Chinaman, after barricading himself in the cookhouse or galley, commenced to fire shotfl from a'Tcvolver at such of the other members «if the ships company as attempted toforcean entrance into the Oecli'houee. The captain and the_ chief officer are reported to have endeavoured to induce the man to quietly allow the galley to be opened, but their remonstrances and entreaties wore ac knowledged, it is said, only by pistol shots flying through tho windows and walls of the house. Believing the man to be insane, and seeing uo other way of securing him, they fired upon him, and alter many shots put an enil to his life. The theory of the chief officer is that the con...

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OUR TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY. FRIDAY, 12.15 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 2 February 1889

OUR TELEGRAMS. (FBOll DUE OWN CORKliSI'OSDEXr.) SYDNEY. Phidav, 12.15 p.m. Electioneering excitement continued throughout last night. Meetings were held up to nearly mid night, Freetrade and Protection being the one ab sorbing topic of conversation. The Prectrade can didates met with the usual amount of rowdeyism at almost every meeting. At the majority of nominations yesterday the Protectionist candidates obtained the show of hands. The Freetrade Association arc asking Freetraders to permit neither pleasure nor business to prevent them from recording their votes to-morrow generally. It is expected that to-morrow will witness the heaviest polling ever taken hi the colony. It would be very difficult to fortell the result, but good judges anticipate a small majority for Freetrade, and others are sanguine that the Protectionists will carry everything before them. The Government are prepared to meet all financial engagements to-day. A young lady named Elvey, a passenger by the Steamer R...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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Election Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 2 February 1889

Election Notes. iiiu fnlic -?'?',' «.??''»-♦« -—re ? '—'red ou Tiu'.i.'.i-.j :— Albury (one seat)— G. tiay and Z. Wilkinson, protectionists. Canterbury -four scats) —A. Hutchison, J. H. Carruthers, J. T. Wiltshire, J. Wheeler, freetraders ; A. G. Ralston, W. Blackct, J. W. Watkin, protectionists. Tho executors of the protectionist party have approved of tUe candidature of Messrs. Donnelly and FremKtt for Carcoar. It is understood that these gentlemen are likely to be well supported, aud having regard to that fact Mr. Luscomue, who was selected by the executive^ to contest the seat, has been prevailed upon to retire iu their favour^ Tho Freetrade Association and the Protectionist League are hard at work receiving and answering correspondence. The excitement is hourly increas ing, and it is fully anticipated that to-day will see one of the greatest political struggles ever fought in the colony. The candidates for Monaro (two Beats) are Mr. D. M. Myers, free-trader, and Messrs. H. Daws...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 2 February 1889

1 ItiHRiff \ OTfflBffl™™'*'i'^!fflSflC^Bi ' ? ' i — ._ Wool. wool. Wool. THE HEW ZEALAND IOA,N A*f ? Mercantile Agency Co.. LIMITED, Bridge Street, Sydney. Capital, 4,5000,000 Reserve, 270,000 Wool Season 1888-9. WEEKLY SALES of wool held throughout the season. The gi-eatest care bestowed ou the valuation, 4 displaying anil protecting all wools entrusted to 'tlie Company for sale, Whether from large or small . --i^clips. Growers advised ami consulted with before sales are j»ip^^- ' ~\ — * ~ ? ~ ~ — — ? ?? ------ - j— ' Liberal cash advances where desired on wool and ,^*-r other produce whether for sale in Sydney or ship ment to London. The addition to the Company's premise* of the , maguificuut new warehouses in Bridge Street niijuircd since last season ensures to Growers the display of their wools to the very greatest advan tage. G. S. CAMP] JELL, Manager. Sydney Wool u,u-l Urain Warehouses, Bridge strcut, Sydney, .Sept., 1SSS. 'IT- RATING'S POWDER. T7' EATINGS POWDER. J7- EATING'S...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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Weekly Calendar. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 2 February 1889

Weekly Calendar^ ? ; r. r^ «r i Days of Sun j Sun Moon's DsysofthoWeck Mo'llt]li RiscB. Sets. Age. Wednesday ? Jak. 30 SSI 7 5 29 Tbcbsday ? „ 31 6 22 7 5 n Friday ? Feb. 1 538 H 1 Saturday ? „ 2 5 24 7 4 2 StrsDAV ? „ 3 525 !3 3 Mosoay ? „ 4 580 I 2 4 Tcesday ..„...„ « 5 5 27 ! 7 1 5 ? i 1 moon's phase. New Moon, Jan. 31, atV-lflp.m. ? The ^ Braidwood Dispatch. ?„--« ? -. Strenti4 el Prospcrt SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1S89.

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The New Parliament. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 2 February 1889

The New Parliament. The followuig 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 aFreetradcr, 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. Lakeman, P B. R. Wilkinson, P Molong ? Dr. Ross, P TheGwydir ? Hassall, P Clarence ? McFarland P Burrowa ? T. Slattery, P Weutworth ? J. P. Abbott, P Murruuibidgce ? G. R. Dibbs P Gormley, P Copland, P

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 2 February 1889

LOOAL NEWS, Ceicket. — A cricket match will be played in Bungcndorc to-ojiy between eleven boys of the Braidwood Public School and a like number of the local school. The youugstcrs, accompanied by Mr. Kilgour, their liead master, were to leave at tin early hour this morning. LaNcSeleChoks — Three applications weremade at the Lauds Office, Braidwood, on Thursday, viz., Ludwig Baumgardner, conditional purchase of 40 acres, in the parish of Beudora, adjoining portion 34 and abutting on the gold-fields boundary ; Patrick Quilty, junr., 40 acres, conditional pur chase, parish of Wog Wog, adjoining portion 40, together with a conditional lease attached of 40 acres ; John Connelly, conditional lease of 100 acres parish of Wog Wog, between the Shoalhaven River and the Ncrriga Road, commencing at his selection portion 1G. New SIikikg CoMPANr.—It has Ireen decided to float the property known as the Alma reef at Little River into a company with a capital of £25,000 in 50,000 shares of 10s. eac...

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Mr. Ryrie's Committee. CENTRAL COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 2 February 1889

Mr. Eyrie's Committee. CENTRAL COMMITTEE. W T. J. Roberts ' E. Haasalt ** ? W. E. Royds ?' , It. G. Hassall . S~ W. A. Korshaw *^ J. Wallace, J.P, 1^ K ? Jas. Allen V E. M. Koyds, J.P,/- ( 1 Wm. McDowatlv, W. A. McDou&ghv- S ? Jae. McGrath u W. MTcCaffey £- «' ? A. McRac ?* B. Bruce ?; ' Jas O'Brien ir Jas Maher - X Dr. Llewellyn, J.P.v\Tas Styles '^ ? W. Hridgement V J. Stephens - ? ? E. Webb y Thos.WrcU 9 J. Vider \r J. M. Moroney y/ ? Win. Farrell . John Joflrey ? ^ S Wm. Edwards *- M. O'Connell £^V ? M. Lyons, J.P. *^ W. P, Gordon, J.P.V ? M Oowling J. Malone m M. Irvin * R- McDonald ? K. Bale v J. Smith ? Kd. Smith ? M. Trussell ? J. Brcnliau ' Jas. Jeffrey 9 John Allen V T. Wilmington y ? Jas. McGrath * John McGwth * ? Titos. C. Musgravc P. Mahcr. ? H. Pape U^ T. Moore, jutt. ?' ? George Peters Walter Seott ? K. Druce , P. Malone ? James Laing^f Thos. McPovrall ? Chas. O'Loughlin V Donald Mdntosh r m Edward Webb v* llavid Stewart i^**** M Alcxr. Boyd Jas. McGrath, jna....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 6 February 1889

£50 REWARD J5Q i2iM?s & mam. InoNter to proiect the people from being dafnwdcd and cluntc:', 1he AniFi-ican Hop Bitisrs Company offers the above ftuward for llie arrest and conviction of any person Or persons refilling-' Hie American Hop Bitters Company's bottles, and for selling any vi!e nostrum or compound as the genuineand original Dr, Sou'e's Ameri '-. can': Hoj) -'Sitters, or for counterfeiting the Company's Label — a Bunch Of Green Hops on a While Labelv with Black Letters. , j OR. SOULE'S SMERICKN ? HOP* BITTERS I (A MEDICINE, NOT * ORINK), j HOI'S, f!I I HI!, SIAXUftAKE, »'A?i»llt«tOS. »SU riiK I'lllKM' AMI TiUT UEDlCAIi QuiHTIES OP iu onii'.a Bitstsbs. TECETV CTTIfcES \!l UUeiWs ol ttic StouiaoU, Dowels, Mood, Liver, i--.i!ncve ami l'iin.iry Oivdiu, Nervousness, Sk-ei-ie«. nc-is. iv-u.i.lr (Xnnp!;iiin-i und Drnnkeuness. THO'JSAKDS UPON THOUSAKDS!!! ot dstininniah of the most wonderful cults, volun t .i-il'v stiit us, ivc do not publish them, as they do not nrali'i' ...

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LONDON. MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 6 February 1889

LONDON. Monday. Tlie Chief Secretary of Ireland says that the Government will shortly proceed with the extension of Farterinl drainage, construc tion of railways, also the development of the coast fisheries. The steamers Nereid and Killochan colli ded in the English Channel. Both foundered, Ullll mT lll^Q )IUD WOUi The Rev. Father McFadden was arrested r at G.weedore, Ireland, after celebrating Mass, on a charge of inciting the tenants against paying rent. The congregation resisted Ids arrest) and in the conflict Inspector Martin was killed. A beautiful young baroness committed suicide at Baden the same night the Crown Prince of Austria was found dead, A serious railway accident has occurred at Brussels, fourteen persons being killed and _ fifty injured, The French Government is dismissing all Officials holding Boulangist views. The German press, commenting upon the situation in Samoa, expressed the opinion that Germany would best study her interests by retreating from Samoa. The In...

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