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CRUCIFIED HEARTS. CHAPTER XIII. LIGHT AT EVENTIDE. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 13 February 1889
CRUCIFIED HEARTS. ? ' » ? CHAPTER XIII. Liant AT EVENTIDE. The manager o£ the hotel, for whom Ed ; muad asked, recognised his foiTOer customer, spite of his strange clothing and Uronssod stin, and \velcoined Jiim heartily to Eugland. And even a tavern welcome seemed sweet to the wanderer exiled for so many years trom Home and country. His dinner concluded, lie readily accepted the manager's cordial invitation to smoke a cigar with him in his own room and hear the English news. English politics were pretty well exhausted, and as tho manager lighted a fresh cigar and .pushed the priceless claret across the table to his guest, lie said. — 'I always wondered why you nover answered those advertisements before, Cap tain Leland.' 'Advertisements ?' replied the young man. *' I don't know what you are talking about, Mr. Clarke.' ' Don't you V said the other. ' Why, for upwards of a year advertisements appeared in all the London aud Paris papers — ay ! and the Australian ones too, I believe, ...
Election Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 13 February 1889
Election Koto* The greatest excitement prevailed throughout the city on Saturday night, and tlicie were between fiOIW and SWX- persons ron«rcgated till nearly iniil !ii;4htiii Uie vicinity of the D.ui,vTi;i.i;i;j»a]1m office, where uvwt complete arrangements were made for posting the results. The enthusiasm displayed by the (uihurcuU of the respective parties was uii boundud as each return was hoisted. The fiiml result is still very uncertain, but the most sanguine Freutradc snpporterg do not estimate their majority at wore (linn tea or twelve. The actual gaiusdur injj the present contest, so far, is eleven Beats for Protectionists aud seven for Freetraders. In Saturday's contest the Freetraders gained a large majority. In Central Cumberland, Parrainatta, Caindeu, Hartley, Mawarra, Kiavaa., Nepenn, Maitloud, and oilier places, the polling was very close. r Messrs. Dibbs and Slattery addressed a crowd in King-street, near midnight on Saturday, cluimiug that the Protectionists had alr...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 13 February 1889
T'\EAF. — A person cured of Peafnes and noises iu U the lieud of 23 years' standing by a Simple Remedy, will Bend b. description of it root to nay .person wlio applies to Nicholson',' fl!S't\Vnllifuri - etraal, Mclbaumc, £50 reward £50 FEATO Is DECEIT. In order to protect the people from bcinR defrauded and cheated, the American Hop Bitlers Company offers tlie above Reward for the arrest and conviction of any person or persons refitting the American Hop Sitters Company's bottles, and for selling any vile nostrum or compound as the genuine and original Dr. Soule's Ameri can Hop Bitters, or for counterfeiting the Company's Label — a Bunch of Green Hops on a White Label, with Black Letters. DR. SOULE'S XMERICXN HOP ♦ BITTERS (A MEDICINE, NOT A DRINK). COXTAISB HOPS, UIFCKIT, MAIXDHAKE, DANDELION. AxbtdePliikst »s» B«st Mbbioh. (jDit-maor AL1. OI1IBII BlTTKOS. All BiseasoB of tlit Stomach, Bowds, Blood, Liver, lii*icy« and Urinary Organs, Nervousness, Slwplesa ue»3, iW.nlc Complaints an...
A Terrible Accident. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 13 February 1889
A Terrible Arcjflciit. j I'or some days past \yorkmcu have boeu engaged upou the work' of tloniulialiing ;i row of loucmoutj houses silunteil iu a small, struct natucd lUauklmi-u, I which is situated off RliailiElh-strcot aud opposite ' Kelmoro J'urk. During their wotkiug they ha.vu frequently to warn wonien and children of the danffcrof beim; in the viciuitv. Their warnings, uufortunately wore unheeded, nuil pcoblo peisis-: tently entered tlic Ijuildiug for the purpose of gathering istray pieces of timber. They wore so en gaged on Saturday moruing, when suddenly a gust of wind came and blew the outer wall down, caus ing the -whole structure to collapse, burying beneath the ruins six persons, viz , one woman aud (five children. -Their screams, mingled with the crash, Kouii attracted n, large number of persons to the scene, aud members of the police were quickly iu attendance. They, together with tbe workmen, «oon succeeded in extricating the unfortunate vic tims of the accident, The...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 13 February 1889
WANTED, a TON OF OATEN HAY Apply to 31. L. MATER, Braidwood. Public Notice: THE BRMDWOOD Agricultural, Show WILL BK HELD ON Thursday, 11th Awil Next. GEO. FRED. TAYLOR. Secretary. LOOK OUT FOR PRIZE SCHEDULE. ULLADULLA JOCKE^ CLUB. Annual Meeting at Milton 19th aud ZOtiTluARCIf, 1889. Patron— Mv. F. McMabon, Sen. President— Mr. L. O'M. Kixusmiia. Vice-Presidents — Rev. Jasies O'Doiiebty, Mi-. T. L. Clarke, Mr. F. McMajiok, Juu. Judge — Caj»tain W. Millaiid. Clerk of the Scales— Mi-. A. Hunt. Clerk of the Course— Mr. P. McGl'ikk. Handicappers — L. O'M. KiNiisMru, W. Riley, and J. McGraxe. Coinuiittoe — C. Murray, C. Lawrence, \V. \V. Ewin, W. Madden, \V. Huut, H. Madden, T. Ryan, J. Hession, F. McMahon, PROGRAMMi! : FJRST DAY. TRIAL STAKES of ]3sovs, for all horses which have not ivon an advertised jjrize exceeding JO sove. at tlie tuiit; of nomination. Penalty for winning, once 51bs, twice or more 71bs. Dis tance, 1 mile and a quarter. Nomination 15s, which will be received up to da...
Destructive Fire at Armidale. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 13 February 1889
Instructive Fire at ArnUdalc. A great lire broke out at 4 o'clock on Monday morning, when the wcll-knuwn Courthouse Hotel, i-oruer of Meanly and Uaugar streets, occupied by Mrs. Levcietl, was burnt to the ground, also Mr, Clavcrie's boot shop, Mr. Siuger's machine shop, Messrs. Solomon and Klliott's Mining Exchange, Mr. Corpse'slioarduig-house, and Mr. Gray's tniloi-'s shop. The fire originated in the ccnlurc of the block, when it quickly spread ou both sides. At «ne time the post and telegraph offices ou the oppo site coiner were in great danger. The shingles were smoking, when a number of men mounted the roof aud covered it with wet blankets. Sirs. Lcvcrott, lsmdhidy of the Courthouse Hotel, saved her stock, which was insured. The hotel itsdf was owned by Mr. Orcgan, and insured for £1250 ; Mr. Claveries's furniture, £-200 ; and the boardiug ht.use, £.i00; Elliott, £50; Mv. Gray's property was was also incurred. It is supposed tlmt the damage caused' by the lire will amount to £50...
Extraordinary Exhibition of Firing. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 13 February 1889
E\tr.i--i'diiiary Exhibition of Firing-. MiXUornSE, Saturday. — A public trial of the Muxim jjuii, which lias been iu the annunwnt court at the inhibition, was made at the Wiiliainstowu rifle range ou Friday. Further trials, or rather oxhibitions, of its wonderful powers will take place to-day anil on Mou Jay. Tiie trial was a revelation. Tho gun was laid tirtt at 200 yards. A lady pressed a button for a little over one second and 13 shots were fired, nine of which were bull's-eyes. Sergeant-major Porter Uieu pressed the button for 17 seconds, Hiring 107 shots, 130 befog hits. The weapon was afterwards successfully tried up to 000 yards. The longest test was pressing the button for 27 seconds, during which time 2S0 shots were fivcil. The next longest tc^t mils 24 seconds, 240 rounds being fired. The performance of the gun, which is of oue barrel oni.V, excited general ad miration, its efficiency hciug fully proved. A strong n'iod was blowiug at the time.
LONDON. MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 13 February 1889
LONDON. Monday. The British forcos iu Burmah lost five men killed and twelve wounded, capturing the stockade defended by the Dacoits. The ship Benavon, from Hamburg to Sydney is ashore on the south const of Hol land. The' crew were saved, but there is no hope of saving tlie vessel. leather Mcraddon, who was recently ar rested at Ghwoedore, has been charged with complicity in the murder of police inspector Martin, who w;is killed during the eiicoun tev between the fathers, the congreation and the police. Later. Iu consequence of the dismissal of the action against the Tjsujs by the Scotch Courts Mr. Parnell has commenced proceed ings in t!ie Irish Courts. A sensational case of robbery and murder is reported from Swansea.. A negro broke into a hotel and encountered the landlord. After a terrible struggle the negro cut the latter's throat. The landlady then procured a revolver and shot the negro, but he is not seriously injured.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 13 February 1889
Wool. wool. Wool. THE NEW ZEALAND LOA.N 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 scasou. Tiie greatest care bestowed on the valuation, displaying and protecting all wools entrusted to the Company for Bale, whether from largo or small clips. Growers advised and consulted with before sales arc 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 (lie magnificent new warehouses in Bridge Street acquired since last scasou ensures (o Growers the display of their wools to the very greatest advan tage. G. S. CAMPBELL, Manager. I Sydney Wool Ami Grain Warehouses, Bridge ? street, Sydney, Sept., 1S88. yr eating's powder jr EATING'S POWDER. TrT-EATINU'S POWDER. yr EATING'S POWDEK. KILLS BUGS, FLEAS, MOTHS, ? BEETLES. ? THIS POWDER IS QUITE HARMLESS to jMiui, life, but is uuiiv...
LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 13 February 1889
LOCAL NEWS. , ? * ? The Day Dawk.— Following is the manager's report of the Day Dawn Gold-mining Company limited, for the week ending February 9: — 'In No. 3 shaft have driven further distance of 1 1 ft. and timbered same, waking total of 03ft. In No. 4 shaft have sunk 6ft., in nil -iOft. Have three stopes going, breaking very good stone. Thcpuinp £s now fixed, and am coiitiuuinc sinking main shaft. The castings fov old mUl arrived and crushing commenced again ou Tuesday at 8 p.m. The large inUl is all fixed, requiring ouly the pulleys j the roof of the shed will be completed iu a tew days, and shall start work with it,jiext ?week.' B&aidwood Rih-e Cokvs. — Senior Sergeant Lig gins arrived in Braidwood on Sunday and lias !-ceii since engaged in giving tVic members of. our Braid - wood Eiflc Corps instructions iu rifle practice at the new butts on Wilson's Hill. Captain's Flat. —A second 30 Von water jueket furnace is now ou the ground at the Koli i-noor miue and will be erec...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 13 February 1889
DEATH. AT lier residence, Braidwood, on the 12th instant, Mary Ci-ahiam, beloved mother of R. \V. . Clapuam. DEATH. Maq&Iarqk, — February 9 at tho residence of. hap father, Mr. James O'Bbikk, Bollfevuc, Brai-i wood, Winefrede. dcirly beloved wife oi T.. MaoMaUOn, lliison'e Point, North Shore. Requiescat in pace. The Braidwood Dispatch. Slremtt el Prosper^. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1889.
SYDNEY. TUESDAY, 12.20 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 13 February 1889
SYDNEY. TOESDAY, 12.20 P.M. At the Homebush stock sales yesterday 500 cattle were yarded and prices advanced 20s per head, best beef being worth 27s 6d per cwt. Prime bullocks brought £10 7s 9d and others from £i 15s 3d. 5700 sheep were penned and prices advan ced 9d, best merinos fetching 13s 2d and others from 5s 2d. At yesterday's nominations the Protec tionists generally received a good hearing and obtained the show of hands. A most prominent Melbourne land boom men, Gustave Laehal, filed his schedule yes terday, the approximate debts being £330,000 ; the assets are estimated at 11393,600. f Yesterday's passenger train to the moun tains ran off the line at Blackheath. The engine and three carriages were thrown com pletely over and were considerably damaged. No persons were, however, injured. The points are supposed to have been tampered with, A telegram has reached Albany from Zanzibar, dated November, reporting that a revolution has broken out at Uganda result ing in the destru...
OUR TELEGRAMS. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) QUEANBEYAN RACES. MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 13 February 1889
OUR TELEG-RAMS. ? ▲ ? (FROM OUR OWN OOKRESPONDKKT.) QUEANBEYAN RACES. MOKDAV. The annual meeting of the Queaiibeyan Turf Club commenced to-day, with fine weather and a large attendance. The follow ing are the results : — trial stakes, 1| miles. Messrs. Hassall & Murphy's Carlo ? 1 Mr. W. Sherd's Caress ? 2 T. Kearney's Seagull ? 3 Four others also ran. Won by a length. ladies' bracelet, once round. [ Mr. G. T. Riley's Jack Sheppard ? 1 I F. Devlin's Tyrone ? ? 2 I B. Rolfe's Woodbine ? 3 I Foxlow and Ace also started. Won easily I by five lengths.' Wjk pdblicans' PunsE, lj miles. PF Messrs. Hassall and Murphy's b m Novice F SstGlbs ? 1 fci Mr. F. Pooley's Pathfinder, 7st41bs... 2 Wf' M. Stanley's Flying Fish, 6st 12 ... 3 P Friction and Olivette also ran. Won by I three-quarters of a length. FLYING BANDICAV. Mr. J. Tumbull's Fancy ? 1
All Important Discovery in Mining. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 13 February 1889
Ah Important Discovery iiiitlittiug. Uudev tne iieading of ' Concentrating ou a New Principle,' the Denver Republican, an American paper, announces the discovery of ' an apparently artificial fluid that shows a a specific gravity of about four times that of water, aud that is not soluble n.nd will nnt assimilate with it. In its practical use this liquid can be placed in a tank with water, the two fluids remaining distinct. The crushed ore cau then be introduced, and a perfect separation of the valuable and worth less material effected. The iron pyrites and galena carrying the superior and precious metal being heavier will float on. the top. iiiat sucli a lluid lias really bpen discovered appears certain, as Colonel A. W. Harris, a prominent mining man of !Ne\v Mexico, has been exhibiting at the Windsor Hotel Denver, a vial containing the liquid together with water, fragments of quartz and materials. The bottle could be violently agitated, nnd in a moment the fluid would separate fro...
The New Parliament. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 13 February 1889
The New Parliament. The following candidates have been elected to serve in the new Parliament. The letter 1' after the name denotes that the member is a Protection ist, (he letter F a Freetrader, aud lau ludcjieiident member :— Vass Plains ? T. Colls. P ThoMmray ? .-. J. M. Chanter, V ft; Biirhour, V Tho Hume ... ... ... W. J. Lyne, P J. Hayes, 3* Itulraiiiild ? A. Lakcman, J' ». E. Wilkinson, P Clarence ? McFarland P Molong ? Dr. ltoss, P TheOwydir ? TTassall, P Buvi-owa ? T. Slntlery, P Wciihvorth ? J. J». Abbott, P Murrnnibhlgce ? G.It. Dibbs I» Gornilov. P Copland, P Edon ? Clnvlie, P Garvan, P Qucanbevail ? G'Snllivan, P Albury ? „. ,T. Wilkinson, P East Sydney ? liurxlekin, F Reid, V McMillan, P Street, F West Sydney ? Pliyfair, F O'Connor, F - Abigail, F Lamli, F South Sydney ? Traill, P Edmunds, P Toohcy, P Martin, F Glebe ? Chapman, F Smith, F St. Leonards ? Parkes, F Culleti, F Jluwis, F Canterbury ? Cumitbcrs, S1 Wheeler, F Wiltshire, F Hutchison, P Newtown ? Abbott, F Mo...
CABLE MESSAGES. LONDON. FEB. 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 13 February 1889
CABLE MESSAQ-ES. - - -* ? (Fi-om the Sydney Papers:} ...... U-N»0N. Via. 7. At to-days sitting of The TmES-PanieU Special Coiiiiuission, Sir Richard Webster. Attorney General uud leading council for The Times, said tliat be would he unable to directly and persoftaJlv connect Mr. Parnell with the murders which had taken place in Ireland, but he would be able io suow wiat Mr. 1'amell knowingly allied UimscU with the murderers. Major J,c Caron, who gave some sensational evi dence on Tuesday was again under crossexamina tion to-day, when he admitted that since 1868 he had divulged information to the British Govern ment as to the movements aud intended actions of the Fenian and other orgau'usa* ions with which he was connected. He also said that the reports sup plied by him to the Uiitish ih-rcmmeat containing this information numbered about 3000. An attempt has been made in Ireland to shoot a man named Halloi-an, who recently returned from Australia, and who had commenced negotiations f...
GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 13 February 1889
GENERAL NEWS. — — iy — Captain Lucas with a seaman named Scott put ofi' in a boat from Queeuscliff for the Falcon. On the way the boat filled. Captain Lucas was drowned. Scott was rescued after having with the aid of an oar kept afloat for two hours. Patrick Dtti'er fl'tts billed at Cooubowlea ou Fri iluy by the wheel of a bullock dray liasBinc over him. ])uriug tho month of January the milk supplied to the Kangaroo Valley JJutter Factory amounted to upwards of 42,000 gallons. The resolution of the Oreta lodge of miners in ciereuce to the rescinding of the district motion directing lines to ljo iufltct&i upon nit members who purchased goods from Oliincso vajidqrg lias boen j adopted by tho LuinbUm minors, ' j Tho Captain's Flnt con-uupondent of the Gouj-- M'kn KkiiaU) reports: — Shortly aftor New Year the Muolter at tho Koh-i-noor was lit ftp, Mid raw very successfully for a period of47 days; when operations ceased owing to wsmt of cuke j this diiii culty has now been overco...
Mr. Fehon's Case. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 13 February 1889
Sir, Fction's Case. A meeting of the Cabinet, at which tbe whole of the Ministers were present, was held on Monday. Among several other important matters which were ?lea.lt with was t!ic case of Mr. Fehon, the Railway Commissioner, with regard to irho»i Mr. Want re cently made statements of n serious character. It will be remembered Hint the Premier about three weeks ago addressed u minute to Mr. Fehon in re gard to the same subjeut, and thivt Mv. Fehon sent a Jong written explanation in reply. The matter line since been under the cousider.-i.tiou of the ftovcrnment and on Mouday it was decided that a Royal Commission should be appointed in order to have the whole matter thoroughly investigated. This course is one which, it is believed, will have the effect of proving the truth or otherwise of the statements which have been made, and of insuring justice to Mr. Fchou and satisfaction to the public — Stab.