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The Execution of Prado. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 6 February 1889

Tha E^mthm oi'Praclo. The I?A!X 1*1 v!.!. ( J amiti; of December 'IB, which ar-'-'-; o.. V.-'.-S,. . ; lomjng pi?r iiie Orient, steamer Liguria. s.tys. under tiuj heaiiing ' Pmvlo Execuuid. iu Paris To-day.1' ?'Pradu lin.'V liis dt-ath with courage, \tat uwde ho confession, and declined the nmiis trat-ions of tlie [iiisun chaplain.' Other Liu*_i--uiivb mi iii^' ^AVM:ui.ion ^iai.e \iiui. xniao nt fii'st tried n show- of something like his t-kl bravado, but it was evident to those present tliat he was all tln- timv. sufl'uring terribly. He protested his inimceiice to the Jasi. ami snid there was no justice in this world. He allowed himself ui bouml without resisting. but llic- sight of the guillotine knife appeared' tu liyjiiiuli.se him. l'rado was asfceil whethei' lie h.-ul any reveJation in make, but lie re plied in tin? negative. lie refused 1o tli.s close his leal name, and died aniid the execi-alious of the a-ssemhlexl mob, wlm, it may be added, had parsed the night in sing ing c...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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CRUCIFIED HEARTS: CHAPTER X. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 6 February 1889

€RUC1HEO ^EArTTSf CHAKTEii'X,'' Ah ! how pitifully Jior voice shook as sl-e redftlled^Uio fai- more convincing '.proof of guilt wliich lay hidden awaj- in the secret drawer -of her dressing-case ! * 'But it proves who stole the jewels from Lady Olive's rooms, and where they vero j hiduoa,' cried Goodwin, triumphantly. ' How do you know 1 Wiiore tWA you find the book, Philip?' replied Lelanrl, wildly, in her excitement. '- 'ijook here, Miss Dcvcniy,' Raid the youiig fellow, ' t-yms fishing here the nights ^before last— I've leave frcmi Sir Ularous to do so, tniss — and somehow w other by aoci-j ^eut— but uo,it-yas Provideuoe, not chaiioe i that caused it — my Hue got entangled in tho i stump of that alder tree.' Pointfug sis lie sjyokc to the jiged root of sv tree which protruded out of the bank a little j jibore the dancing, gleaming waters of the j little stream. ! 'I got down tlie bank to disentangle my j line, miss, and just beyond tlie roots k»f the j .aider, in a, hole in. the ...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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The New Parliament. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 6 February 1889

The New l'arliiiuicnt. The following candidates have becu elected to serve in the uew Parliament. The letter P after the name denotes that the member is a Protection ist, the letter J? a Freetrader, and I au Independent member : — Vass Plains ? T. Colls. P The Murray ? J. M. Chanter, P R. Barbour, P The Hume ? \V. ,1. Lyno, P .1. Hayes, P Ihdranald ? A. LaUemau, P B. R. Wilkinson, P Clureucc ? McKirland P Molong ? Dr. Ross, P TueGwy11'' ? Hassall, P Burrowa ? T. Slattery, P Wentworth ? J. P. Abbott, P MuriuinWdgee ? G. R. Dibbs P uormley, P Copland, 1* Eden ? Clarke, P Garvau, P Queanbeyan ? O'Sullivau, P Albury ? J. Wilkinson, P Kast Sydney ? Burdekin, F Reid, F McMillan, F Street. F WestSyduey ? Play fair, F O'Connor, F Abigail, J? Lamb, F South Sydney ? Traill, P Kdmunds, P Tooliey, P Glebe ? Chapman, F Smith, F St. Leonards ? Parkes, F Cu!leu, F Bums, F Canterbury ? Curruthers, F Wheeler, F Wiltshire, F Hutchison, F Ncwtowu ? Abbott, F Molesworth, F Hawkcn, F Rcdfern ? Sutherlan...

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CABLE MESSAGES. LONDON, JAN. 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 6 February 1889

GABLE MESSAGES. (From the Svduev Papers.) LONDON, Jan. 28. Tnlecrams from Vienna now stute that the door of Archduke Rudolf's bedroom hart to be forced on the moraine; his death was discovered. The official versions of the cause of death conflict. There is a growing belief that he committed suicide, as letters, supposed to be written iu farewell, were found on the table iu his bedroom. Jan. 31. Tlie J',f)rl of Kuitnre, the uew South Australian Governor, held a reception at the office of the Agent-geucral for the colony to-da}'. Bishop Reu nion and numerous Australians colonists at tended. Sir Saul Samuel, Agent-general for New South Wales, has been offered 3000ft in a good position in the Trocadevo Gardens for Mb colony in connection with the Paris Exhibition. Feb. 1. It is rumored that the Archkuke Rudolph, Crown Prince of Austria, took a lady to his shooting !o'lj;e, Meyerllng, at Baden, and that he toir shot by tlie lady's husband. The funeral af tU» deceased CroOTi Prince will t...

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Large Fire at Narrabri. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 6 February 1889

Large Fire at Xarrabri. Kiirrabri West was the scene of a most disastrous fire on Thursday. (iiiffiths's Railway Hotel, Gately's general store, Porniewau, Wrighi's store, Parker's Camera' Arms Hotel, Parker's general stele, Norman Stilton's produce stare autl offices, Wright, TIeuton, aud Co.'s produce store and offices have boen totally destroyed. All the buildings Mere uuiu ui wuun mm uuii, anu were wnony or partially insured. Tlie total damage is estimated at £!0,-i00. Ten buildings were destroyed. At Griffiths' Hotel nothing was saved except two mat trasses, which were thrown down for the inmates to jump on off the balcoiy. Parker and Gately saved nearly all their stock. Wright aud Heatou saved ouly n waggon and some Iiay. Xorman and Stirton saved only their books. Decaux lost every thing. The fire originated iu the bar of Griffiths's ' Hotel, aud is said to have been caused by an explo sion of spirits. Parker was totally uiiii.sured. Griffithe'e stock and insured for £4.50. The...

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 — 6 February 1889

GENERAL NEWS. Upon (.he motion of Mr. Deakin the Federal Couucil has adopted an address to the Queen, ask ing that the council may Ije furnished with copies of all treaties which have been or may be con cluded M-ith regard to the islands in the Pacific, and urging the importance of guaranteeing the iu dependeuce of the Samoan and Tougiiii groups. A match between the .Sixth Australian Eleven and a team of Xew South Wales anil Victorian playera was commenced on the Association Cricket Ground on Friday, The A ustraliiins wou the toss, and decided, to but. At ihe call of time they iiad made 275 for the loss of seven wickets, Turner scoring 102. Mr. Burns having stated that the amount under tlieconlrul of the Colonial Treasurer was iM.SOO.OOO, Mr. GnYvan has issued a Treasury minute showing that the total amount to the credit of the Govern ment iu the Sydney bauke is only £1,863,532. In the Gulgoug district 4233 acres of land sown with wheat only yielded 47C bushels of grain. At the clos...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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Suspicious Death at Gundngai. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 6 February 1889

Suspicious I-ca«li at Gundasai. A telegram on Friday reports:— At Wautabad' gory yesterday Mr. William Mateliett, J.P. of Guudagai. held a magisterial inquiry concerning the death of Charles Janson, a fisherman, of this towu. The evidence elicited showed tliatJaiismi was found dead in his boat, the head and shoulders being un der water. There were no marks of violence on the body. Much dissatisfaction was expressed in con tbe cause of Jauson's death, The police failed to get a doctor to attend, though they asked three here aud, it is understood, cue at Junee Junction. The cornner at the latter town was asked to hold uu inquest, as it was only 10 miles from there to where the body was tliseuvercil, but, owing toEomo cause or other, he was unable to do so, Janson was lost seen alive about 7 o'clock on Sunday night, aud at 7 o'clock the following morning lie was found dead. Where the boat was moored there were only lSin. of water. The body was brought into Gun ikgai and buried about 11...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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OUR TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY. TUESDAY (NOON.) [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 6 February 1889

OUR TELEGRAMS. (l-HOM OUll OWN COnnUSPONDEXT.) SYDNEY. Tuesday (Noox.) i i Yesterday's results give 79 members re ) turned ; protectiojiists 41 and freetraders 38. m Up to tlie present the Protectionists have I gained five scats, four from their opponents I and one new seat at Newcastle. The Free I traders have gained one from their opponents ? nt Paddington, and new seats at Balinain, I St. Leonards, and Paddington. I Sir. Wise Los decided to contest West 8 Macquarie in opposition to Mr. Crick. I Mr. McMillan addressed a large meeting I at Gosfosd last night. Sir Henry Parkes K addressed several thousaud people at Parra - I mattii in tlie Freetrade candidates' interest, I aud will pi-ocecd to Dubbo in a few days. xesteranyo iiuuuiiiiuoiis were — ±vi.uu« ; Fuller, Cole, Boseby ; Hastings : Roberts, Young, Ruthven, McKinnon ; Gunnedah : Turner, Tilley ; Inverell : Cruichshank and ltiddcl ; IUawarra : Gordon, Lucas, Gough, McKinnon and Miller. The show of hands was generally in favour...

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Election Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 6 February 1889

Election States, Mr. George Wallace, solicitor, will oppose Mr. Thompson for West Maitland. Mr, McLaughlin, one of the defeated protection iet candidates at Paddiiigtou, bus gone to Guudagai to be nominated for that electorate. There is some talk of Mr. F. B, Suttor (minister for public instruction)* being nominated for West Macquarie. At tlie nomination for Carcoar {two seats) ou Mon day Mosssrs. Garland and Plumb (F), and Mobbis, SVeniHu and Donnelly (P) were nominated. Mr. Jcauncrcfc -ouo of the Into members) did not arrive iu Carcoar till teu o'clock that morning. He retired from the contest, but determined to remain there to support Mr. Garland's candidature iu the free trade interest. The Free-traders expect to gain twenty more Beats next Saturday. At the' declaration of the poll ut.St. Leonards Sir Henry Parkes expressed his belief Wintitb.6 now bouse would consist of eighty Free-traders and fifty-six protectionists. Sir Henry addressed the Central Cumberland elec tors tit'Pa...

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

Fruit^Pruit. T70R SALE, a large quantity of SPLENDID I? APPLES and PLUMS at the Cheese Factory, Tudor Valley. JOHN LAW. Contradiction. Braid wood, Saturday Morning. Mv DeaIi StB, — Having liearrf that you were in formed by Mr. Payiie tliat I bad told him you liad retired because you were pledged to support me, I write these hurried liuea to say that I never made such a statement, ami I consider it a lying and cowardly action to raise such a report, and to en deavour to make you and I bad friends. I am quite sure you will not believe this lyiug report, after the strong denial I have given, and I hope we shall always continue firm friends, and enjoy each other's friendship. I am, yours truly, ALEX. RYRIE. Mr. Musgbave, Braidwood. Tor Private Sale. A REALLYFIRST-CLASS DOUBLE-SEATED J\. BUGCJY, equal to new. For price and par ticulars, apply W. J. CHAPMAN, Auctioneer. HANDICAP PIGEON MATCH FOE WILL BE HELD IN ON FRIDAY, 8th FEBRUARY, (The day after the Races). NOMINATIONS 10s., close on...

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Queanbeyan Annual Races. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 6 February 1889

Quennbeyan .Immal Races. The following nominations have been received for the Queanbeyau annual races, which take place ou the 11th aud I2th instant :— tcblican's rcnsE. Mr. E. J. Comau's Mark Tapley W. F. Coman's Killiloo G. T. Riley's Good Bye J. Murphy's Lemonade M. Heating's Friction H. G. Hassall's Dollar ,, Novice ,, Carlo T. Sherd's Voting Gladstone W. Sherd's Olivette M. Stanley's Flying Fish ,, Opem F. Pooley's Pathfinder TOWS r^ATE. Mr. 15. J. Comau's Mark Tapley \V. F. Comau's KiUiloo J. Murphy's Lemonade G. T: Riley's Good Bye M. Kcating's Friction R. Ci. Hasssdl's Dollar ., Novice W. Sherd's Olivette M. Stanley's Flying Fisli ,, Opera T. M'Alisler's Thakamlmu S. Woodcraft's Gold Loaf, late Zulu F. Pooley's Pathfinder Hrnoi^E bace. Mr. J. Richards' Tlie Aec T. Sherd's Contingent R. G. Hassall's Fermanagh AL Kealiug's Pete J. Murphy's Hidden Treasure.

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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Weekly Calendar. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 6 February 1889

Weekly Calendar. Daysof tho Week SSg 1 |S£.| ^|y Wednesday ? Fun. 0 5 2S 7 0 0 Thubsdav ? 7 6 29 0 59 7 Fbibay ? „ 8 5 29! 0 38 8 SATOllDAY ? „ 9 5 31 i 0 53 9 SUKDAY ? „ 30 5 32 j 0 57 01 Monday ? 11 5 331056 11 Tuesday ? „ 12 6 44 '? 6 55 12 ? i ? MOON'S l'UASK. Moon's first quarter, Feb. 8, at 7,3 a.m. The Braidwood Dispatch. Strenni el Prospere. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY^, 1880.

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

1 HBBH I Wool. wooL Wool ' I THE NEW ZEALAND LOA.N I Mercantile Agency Vti, I m LIMITED, ' I Bridge Strct*, ,S.v-liit»^ ? Capital, 4,5000,000 Reserve, 27,000 1 Wool Season 180-9. I I 'VX7EKKLV .SALES of wool he* throughout J ? \\ tlie season. ' I The greatest care bestowed 01 the valuation, t B displaying uuil jnoteutiug ul] w'l« entrusted in ? the Company for sale, whether fi*n large or small ? clips. , ? Growers advised aud cousul-'d with before sales j B ate made. * j ? Liberal cash advances wliei desired on wool and g V other produce whether for ^u i» Sydney or ship- j B meiit to London. B The addition to the Coi|™iy's premises of the j B magnificent new warehflscs in Bridge Street B acquired since last scasoi ensures to -j rowers the Bl display of their wools tithe very greatest advan JM tagp. W li. S. CAMPBELL, B Malinger. B Sydney Wool and -'ii.iu Warehouses, P.ridge B ? .street, Sy,-ey, St^t., ISMS. ? ? -JT-EATINU'S 1WDER. ? TT- EATING'S 'OWDER. ? TrEATINtisPOWDER. I T7- EAT...

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The Braidwood Election. POLLING DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 6 February 1889

Tlic Braidwood Election. POLLING DAY. On Monday last the polling for the choice of our Parliamentary representative took place. There \vcrs eight polling places i» the electorate at which the following gentlemen presided : — Aralucii, Mr. .1. H. Blutehfonl ; Braidwood, Mr. J. VV. Bunu ; Budawang, Mr. P. J. Galway; Blrington, Mr. A. Frascr ; Mauar. Sir. G. F. Taylor ; Nerriga, Mr. P. Steu-artjKiumarrec, Mr. J. E. Rex; Reidsdale, Mr. James Burke. As our readers are aware there were only two forward, Mr. A. Ryrie aud Mr. J. T. Lhigeu. Mr. Rvrie, who espoused the cause of Protection, lias been member for the district for some ten years past, during which period he has only been called upon to fight four battles, having been several times returned unopposed. Mr. Liugcn is not alto gether a stranger to the residents here, having con tested the seat at the last election against Mr. Ryrie, when he was defeated by some 150 votes. The different booths were opened at 8 o'clock, but up till abo...

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 6 February 1889

LOCAL NEWS. Tue Elections.— Tlie result of Saturday's elec tions were scarcely a surprise to tlic Protectionist putty : Very few people indeed expected the large Sydney constituencies, tlic stronghold of Frcetrade, to do otherwise thau they did. The only surprise is tliat a.uy of the Protectionist candidates were returned at all. At the last general election only one seat was gained, that ofSouth Sydney, and even ill this case it is doubtful whether Mr. Toohcy would have been returned it tlic rrec trade Association had nominated u fourth candidate. 1b almost tlie whole of the city aud suburban con stituencies the wonderful growth of Protectionist ideas was made manifest on Saturday by the large increase in the number of votes recorded for the Protectionist candidates. The most remarkable circuinstaucc in connection with tlic elections on that day ie that while Sydney returned a prepon derance of Freetraders iii nearly every ease Pro tection was victorious in the country, showing tha...

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Arrest of a A German Pastor in in Russia. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 9 February 1889

Arrest of a A German Pastor in in Russia. The St. Petersburg correspondent of Ui« Times, .reports the a-rost. of one i»f tl\-» German pastors of tho Evangelical Church in St. Petersburg, who is the brother of tho ' inventor of the new Russion explosive en I lot! bem'tovok. This arrest, he says is n deliber ate one, and has been made on account of a violation of the peculiar politico-rcligi.oiis ; ideas of Russia.. Pastor Ruchteschel was j attached in his religious capacity to the German Hospital, mx! in the course of his duties there he made the acquaintance of a ( Russian patient 'This person, whose Views j are what in Russia would be officially con- J sidered too advanced and heretical, induced i the pastor to receive him into his fold and j administer the sacrament. Prosclytism of ! this kind, although carried out at the urgent request of the convert, is a criminal offence, punishable with deportation to Siberia. The. ! pastor appears to have since started to go abroad, ami has r...

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More Executions at Zanzibar. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 9 February 1889

More Executions ut Zanzibar. A correspondent ot the Standaud at Zan zibar, telegraphing ? recently, says : — Five men were paraded here for execution to-day. At the last moment the Sultan presented one of them as a slave to one of his own officials who had a slave murdered. This man. there fore, escaped scot-free, while the other four were immediately killed. Another Arab owner, on claiming to-day the release of his slave, who liad been imprisoned in the fort, ascertained that the slave liad been executec by mistake. The Sultan has, however, of fered to ref und bis value. It is believed that wholesale bloodshed may increase the num ber of murders committed by slaves, who fear death less than lengthened imprisonment. The Arab owners having slaves in the fort under sentence of death have been allowed hy the Sultan to take them out untouohedi

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LONDON. THURSDAY [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 9 February 1889

LONDON, TlTTTnOM i T It is feared that one hundred lives were lost in the steamer which sank by colliding in Largo Bay. In connection with the dissension that was reported to exist in the French Cabinet it has transpired that the Premier desired to place General Boulanger under arrest. The Minister for War opposed this course, and declared that it would provoke a revolu tion. Colonel of the 19th Rotrimpnt lins miWlialv denounced Germany as uncivilised for refus ing a French army surgeon permission to cross the frontier in order to visit his dying father. The press, commenting upon the in cident, justify the remarks of the colonel. The Hayti insurgents, under General Hy polite, routed the new President and Govern ment troops. Two hundred who were captured prisoners were butchered. A German, residing at Apia, writing to the Berlin newspapers, accuses America of inciting the natives to resist the Germans, and of supplying the insurgents with arms. Later. At the TjMES-Pamell inquiry Maj...

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OUR TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY. FRIDAY, 12.50 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 9 February 1889

OUR TELEGRAMS. ? ♦ ? (from oub own coeeespoxdent.) SYDNEY. Friday, 12.50 p.m. At yesterday's stock sales 760 cattle were yarded aud the market was animated, best beef being worth 27/6 per cwt. Primabul locks brought .£10 12/4 and others from M 1/5. 18,00 sheep were penned and the market was weaker, best merinos fetching 13/4 aud others from 4/1. The only election yesterday was Monaro. Present returns give Messrs. Dawson and Stephen, the two Protectionists, a substan tial lead. The Freetrade Committee have almost y^joinpleted their arrangements for the re j^maiuing contests. No new candidates are announced. I, The results of to-morrow's contests is ?(awaited with the greatest anxiety, as these r\rill virtually decide the battle. The opinion stiii prevails that the Free traders -will eventually secure a majority of about twelve. A man supposed to be concerned in a large jewellery robbery in England has been ar rested at Launceston aboard the steamer Pateena with a hundred wedding ring...

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CRUCIFIED HEARTS. CHAPTER XI. THE GAME PLAYED OUT. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 9 February 1889

CRUCIFIED HEARTS. CHAPTER XI. . TUB GAME P LAVED OUT. He made at spring at Leland, but was forcibly thrown back by tbe sergeant, and se curely -handcuffed. TDlio - Sergeant then proceeded to release Leland from the chair in wind) Lee had bound her, and in a voice quivering with emotion, she remarked — 'But for your timely arrival,, sir, lie would have doomed me to a worse fate than befel the kind, confiding mistress whom he murdered : but Ood would not suffer him to triumph longer in his wickedness. For love of those glittering toys,' pointing to the heap of costly jewels which the police-sergeant had turned out upon the table, and which be was comparing with a printed handbill ?that he had taken from his pocket, ' he has burdened liis soul with a fearful crime. He has taken the Ufe of one who had loaded him 'with kindness ; but fov him poor Lady Olive might still have been sparer! to be our comfort and joy to-day, and now — ' Here the memory of nil the ruin, nil the anguish, caused...

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