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Shocking Disclosures. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 13 February 1889

Sliockingr Disclosiu'cs. Adelaide, Friday. — A startling case of cruelty and hate came before the City l'olice Court this morning, when a young and pretty memljer of the demi monde named 4Seliua. Cocking wus charged with assaulting a young man named Frederick Wheatlcy with intent to inflict grievious bodily harm. \\'hcatlcy, who appeared in court with his face swollen to an abnormal size, stated that on Wcdiiesd&v evenini! last. Cockino came un to htm aim iiesnvii io eiioh' why he did Hot give her some thing to support his iillegcd illegitimate child, and return the pound he had borrowed. He refused to have anything to say to Iicr, and walked away. She followed, abusing him for some distauce. She subsequently went away, but about an hour later, when standing in from, of the Xorfolk Anns, in Rundle-street, she again Approached him, aud without saying a word threw the contents of a IkvuIc she held in her hands over him. It proved to !-e vitriol, and burnt his face, clothes, an...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 13 February 1889

III Nervous Debility Use HonstoRu's Acid Phostoate. ]-. W. S. Crasher, M.R.C.S., and L.S.A. Wool, \V-M-ehun, Dorset, (Eng.y says: 'I have used it in cose of groat nervous debility, and ]|tli# result wiu most satUfaetory,'

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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A Curious Suicide. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 13 February 1889

A furious Suicide. The Melbourne Tiii.riOK.iwr says that on Tuesday last they reported n sniuidc nt )!ast Melbourne, where an aged Geiiunn shot himself on a balcony. He left a letter, in which he explicitly stated the reason for his deed. It lead as follows : — 'FJin- d(:i»liiiic cast, February 7, 1889. Dear Major Martin, — The tivst esahunntion in an event similar to mine is ' embezzlement. Make your mind easy on that poiut. There may have been great neglect, and if any irregularities are discovered they will he of too trivial a nuturc to be noticed. Privately, I have been retrogressing year by year. Why, I know not ; and of late, in spite of appearances, my health has been failing mo to such an extent that life appears one perpetual worry. Yet my affairs are in anything hut anesperate con dition, aud if will only add to your unwavering kindness to me and )vr':i-- (extending for upwards of 20 years) by winding up my affairs, there will still be something tangible left for my wife a...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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A Departed Warrior. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 13 February 1889

A Departed Warrior There was buried on Saturday last one of   the gamest and best men of his day. William Sparkes was a credit to his country. Born at Cook's River he was a thorough Australian, and any one who has read the details of his fight with Nat Langham (who beat Tom Sayers) will admit that he must have been a plucky 'un indeed. Bill Sparkes was also a good runner, and won several good prizes. After having done as well as he could in Australia up to 1846, Bill Sparkes resolved upon working his passage to England, and having a "go" at the champion, Nat Lang- ham. He arrived safe, and was introduced to the London Ring under the patronage of the famous Johnny Broome, and that acute observer at once commended him to his visi- tors as "just the sort of man to polish off Master Nat", who is the estimation of Johnny, "was dangerously clever, but had   no constitution". Sparkes was at this time a fine specimen of a cornstalk, 20 years of age, firmly put toge...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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The Skill and Resources of the Modern Burglar. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 16 February 1889

The Skill and Resources of the Modern Burglar. Mr. Mouro (the Standard remarks) greatly underrates the skill and resource of the modern burglar when he suggests that ' closing ' or even ' fasteuiug ' windows in the evening will ensure the safp+- oi houses tliat are marked n'^,^ robbery. The burg lar, ' ?: ujuls, and kuows so well how to use them that if he can get a little time he soon iinds a way into a house if a fastened window be the only obstacle. Other parts of the circular which has just been issued are, how ever, more practical. The custom of leaving valuable articles of jewellery either altogether unprotected, or else — what is much the same thing — in some flimsy jewel case, which can he either despoiled or carried oft', is a temp tation to thieves which they are not likely to resist ; and though thief-proof safes such as the Commissioner recommends are not very frequently found in private houses, there are surely safer places for the storage of jewels than the dressing-ta...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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McElhone and the A.M.P. Society. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 16 February 1889

HcEIhonc and tlic A.M.P. Society. 'In Equity on Monday his Honor Judge Owen delivered judgment in the celebrated case of M'Elhone v. The Australian Mutual Provident Society. The case, it will be well remembered, was one : in which the plauitifl', Mv. John M'El hone, a member of the defendant company, prayed for a declaration that the application of .£25,000, or any other sum, part of the funds of the same company, as the nucleus ,of or otherwise, in connection with im officers' provident fund, as jueutywed in a certain report of the company-, was inconsistent with the, principles and objects of the defendant eociety, au-| *was a breach of trust and A recapitulation of the incidents of the case isutuiecessavy. The case came before the court first of all on a motion for an in junction, which by consent was turned into , » motion for decree. At the end of the last . tons of 1868 Ws Honor reserved judgment, lybich woe delivered to-day. _ Tu dealing with the matter his Honor said ¥ - . \...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 16 February 1889

WANTED, a. TON OF OATEN HAY. Apply to H. L. MATER, Uraidwoud. /^(OMFORTABLE JiOAUD AKJ) LODGING for \J Uentlemen. Apply at ' DISPATCH M OFFICE, liraidwood. DKAF. — A ])erson cured of Deafucs aud uoiaos iu the head of ~:\ ycn-s' standing liy a Simple ltcmcdy, will euihI h desuiiptiou of it ihek to miy person Hlio applies to Kji'iiouiON, (jo William tre«t, Mcllwurnc. St Andrew's Church, BBAIIWOOD. TH15 Parisliiouui's arc l espcotfully renucsted to attend a MEETING on MONDAY EVEN 1NU, 18th instant, at SoVlock, p.m., at ilie School iiouse, for the purpose of making arrangements for a Sliuister to succed tlie Rev. C. L. H.wncocK. \VM. A. KEKSUAW, l'eopiu'B Warden. Apology. T heieliy beg to apologise to Mr. K. Fi.axa-;an', of L Heidsdalc, for litivitig caused liis padcioefc to be scirdicd for Cattle that had been stolen from me, as the Cattle Sir. Flanagan had in his paddock bearing my brand, had been sold by public auction and purchased by him. I also wish to state that I tiiil not lispe...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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In Nervous Debility USE HORSEFORD'S ACID PHOSPHATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 16 February 1889

In Nervous l-el-ili(y Use HoibiPuKu's Arm Phosphate. Dr. VV. S. GitiscKK, M.U.C.S., and U.S.A. Wool, Wareluun, Dorset, (Hug.) says: 'I have Used it iii case of groat nervous debility, aud tile result wus most satisfactory.''

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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CRUCIFIED HEARTS. CHAPTER XIII. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 16 February 1889

ORUOJFJED HEARTS. » ? ? ? CHAPTER XIII. By-end-bye, when tiieir agitation lias a little subsided, they turn homeward through the gathering twilight of the summer lugUt, And pressed by''jttdmunci, Le)andja'clates nil tlic etory of die sail past, Laidy Olh'e's cruel {ate, her own anguish at finding, us she Imagined, tlie proof of lier 3o\'er's guilt, and then the discovery of the letters hidden for ymvs in the ruined pavilion, and the vain Board) made to discover Edmund's fate. All is told, aud very pitiful aud broken is her. voice -as she craves her lover's forgiveness for having doubted him. Needless to say that' it is granted, and hand clasped in hand they pass once wore through the shadowy parjt, past the mausoleum where Lady Olive's broken beart Jay at rest, until the grand old house was reached, and leaving her lover in the dim, flow^-seented drawing-room, Eeland 'sought the old man's presence, to break to him the astonishing intelligence of the return of tiie wanderer. The old ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 16 February 1889

£50 REWARD £§0 EBAgD & DECEIT. in order to protect the people from being defrauded and cheated, the American Hop Bitters Company offers the above Reward for the arrest and conviction' -of any person or persons refilling the American Hop Bitters Company's bottles, and for selling any vile nostrum or compound as the genuine and original Dr. Scute's Ameri can Hop Bitters, or for counterfeiting the Company's Label — a . Bunch or Green Hops on a White Label, with Black Letters, DR. SOULE'S AMERICAN HOP » BITTERS (A MEDICINE, NOT A DRINK), COKTAiKS HUPS, BWCHO. MAMDitAKE, MANMEMON. Ass toe Vurmt *kb Bust Mbvidil Qd»utim of nw OTHtR Bimns. AH Diseases ot the Stomach, Bowels, Blood, Liver, Kidneys and Urinary OrganB, Nervousness, Sleeplus noes, Female Complaints and Drunkenness. THOUSANDS UPON THOUSANDS!!! of testimonials of the most wonderful cures, volun tirily sent us, we do not publish tiiem, iwthey do not make- the cure. It is our medicine. Dr. Soule'* American Hop Bittern, tha...

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A Shoe Manufaturing Town Destroyed. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 16 February 1889

A Shoe Manufacturing Town Des troyed. A telegram to the New York papers from Marblehead, Massachusetts, dated December 26, states that on the previous night, a fire started in Power's furniture store. Every shoe factory in the city was destroyed. Ten acres, comprising the business and a large portion of the living section of the city were burned over. The boiler in Le Favou's mill exploded at midnight, and it was at first re ported tliat several lives were lost. The whole town is almost a total wreck, aud the business centre including 20 shoe factories, the principal industry of the place, is absolutely wiped out. The lire orignated by I an explosion of naphtha in a cellar. One I gentleman counted 3(3 buildings he could re i call which have been destroyed. He knew : there must be half as many more, The | number is generally placed at about CO out side the shoe factories,

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Highway Robbery in Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 16 February 1889

Highway Robbery in Sydney, A daring case ofhigh way robbery was perpetrated on a young man named Jolui Halves, a waiter, re siding with his wifeat 212, Oxford-street, Padding ton, at an early Jiour ou Tuesday martiing. It appears that Mr. llawes, who has been a. resident ui Sydney fov about two years, had been engaged ou Monday night in waiting at a banquet, mid about half-past two iu the morning was proceeding on his way borne, having with him a portmanteau containing his dress waiting suit and some broken victuals. When crossing Moore Park, nearthe pond, ho was suddenly confronted by throe men, one of whom seized him by the urius and held him whilst the others took the portmanteau and rifled it of its con tents, using oaths and threateninglanguage towards him. Aftertakiiigtlieconteutsofthcportmauteauthe tUvavesdeeompod.lcaviugtheempty portmanteau be liiud. tUeui. Mr. Howes raised an alarm, butcould get no assistance, nor did be meet anyone again until he saw a policeman in Padding...

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CABLE MESSAGES. FEB 12 [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 16 February 1889

GABLE MESSAGES. (From the Sydney Papers.) Vkv. J2 The Bishops of London, Winchester, Rochester, Oxford, and Salisbury will assist Dr. Benson, the Arehbisop of Canterbury, iu the trial of Dr. King liishop of Liucoln, for ritualistic practices. Tim United States Senate has held a secret sit ting, «t which the senatoi-s voted a quarter of a million dollars to protect American interests «t Pouaiua Thet»erm;ui Reichstag . has granted 12,000,000 marks fov artillery purposes. The Emperor and EmpresB of Austria Jrave visited Hilda Pesth, The city was draped in mourning. The Emperor auoT Empress were' | received with immense enthusiasm. f The bill introduced by M. Kloquet, the French ^| Premier, into the Chamber of Deputies, providing ' for an alteration in the mode of election of members by substituting the surutik d' Arrondissemekt for the sciirmx de Liste, has passed through all its stages. ?'-?,. The Times' articles on ' Paniellism and Crime,' which were reprinted in pamphlet form, have ...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Evictions in Ireland-A Bayonet Charge. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 16 February 1889

Evictions in Ireland— A Bayonet Charge. An eiiction took place at Falcannugh, in Ireland, recently, on the estate of Mr. Wv brant Olphert, at Avdsmore. During the day there was a number of exciting scenes. One of these took place at the house of Shane Doogan, rouui which the peasants thronged in such numbers that a charge by the mili tarv, with bayonets fised, thoujrh not we seuted, was considered necessary. After wards the soldiers formed a cordon round the houses. Several hundreds of men and women followed the force from field to field, occupying the heights with -which the rugged and dreary districts abound, and cheering loudly at every repulse of the Property Defence Association's men. At the house of John Doo gan, afussiladefrom within was veryeftective, aud the bailiffs resorted to the throwing of stones into the house Father Stephens called attention to this, saying that if one of these stones struck the tenant, or those along with him, there would be fatal results. Eventuall...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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The New Parliament. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 16 February 1889

The New rnrlitiHicnt. Tlw following cundidatos have beou elected to scr\'C in the new J'nvlinivieul. 'f he letter I1 after the name denotes that the member is a 1'roteotion Ist, the letter V a Freetrader, and I mi Independent Member: — ¥nss Plains ? » ... T. Colls. P H.^ie Vurrny ? ??.„ ^3. 1i. Clianler, P^ -- *-?' . ' *1l. Barbonr, I» Thuffume ? W. ,!, Lyne, P '*~' J. Jfaycs, P I IJalcanald : ... ... i... A. Lakoinau, I , , ; ? ]!. B; Wilkiueou, P Clarence ? McFarlond P i Molong ? ...... Dr. Him, P i TheUwj'dir ? Hassull, P j ftnriwa ? T. Slattciy, 1* j Wentwortli ? J. P. Abbott, P ! Murrmnbitlgee ? G. R. Dibbs P j fJormley, P Copland, P Eden ... ? Clarke, P Oarvnli, P Queaubeyan ? O'iSullivau, P AHsiuy ? .T. Wilkinson, P ICiist Sydney ? UunleUin, F Reid,]? MeMillnn, F Street, V West Sydney ? Play-fair, V O'Connor, 1? Abigail, F L:ulll), F South Sydney ? Trail!, P Kilniuuda. V Toohey, V i Martin, ¥ Glebe ? C!r.v]»nai), F Smith, F St. Leonards ? Parkcs, F j Cullen, F ! Durns, V ; Ca...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 16 February 1889

GENERAL NEWS. Tiie produce sale shed, Darling Harbour, erected at a costvof £1-5,000, is now complete, aud will be of great benefit to farmers, consigning hay and other produce.* Lord Brassey and the Duke of Westminster hnve co»sentcd*to allow their pietur»s in tlie Joan collec tion now in the Melbourne exhibition to be exhibited in Sydney for a month. 3tis more than probable that tlie Queen will also allow her pictui-cs to be exhibited here before they go to the Duuediu exhi- i bitiou. ' | On Tuesday afternoon (reports the OooT.ami'ndiia HtaiAMi) two men at the last moment hurriedly applied at the Cootaiuundra railway staiiou for tickets to Wagga. The tickets were issued, and the men had just comfortably seated themselves when a policeman stepped into the compartment j aud arrested them, on a charge, we believe, of forgery. Some important papers in connection with ilie laud which was recently pureluised at Parramatta by the late Government from Mr. Taylor have heeu j discovered to ...

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Cotton and Hemp Superseded. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 16 February 1889

€olt-m ami Hemp Superseded. The writer of the Parisian Gossip in the .S'. M. Herald says : — France is expecting to throw both cotton and hemp into the shade with the new textile plant, the Ramie, or vegetable silk, exhibited for the first time in the Hygienic Exhibition, which M. Chevruel visited on his 103rd birthday, as duly recorded in a letter of last autumn. The tissues ex hibited — batiste laces, 'linens' of all de grees of strength or of fineness — are as much more beautiful than those woven of flax as the latter are in comparison with those produced from cotton ; und they are declared to be so much stronger than linen as to be almost insusceptible of being ' worn out^' This beautiful fibre which is sure to be im mensely in demand as soon as the coming ex hibition shall have introduced it to the admiration of ' The World and his Wife,' is one of the products which is to make the fortune of the great ' Society of New Cale donia,' referred to in recent letters. At the same tim...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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Captain's Flat. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 16 February 1889

Captain's Flat. For many years past this place has defied the best effort of the most jierserveriug miners to deve lop its hiddeu treasures without tlie assistarce of capital ; but now we have capital in abundance, ami since its introduction here, the place has made rapid strides iu the development of its mineral wealth. Within the last few days two deep lodes have been struck, one in the Koh-i-noor, and one iu the Commodore, proving them to be permanent mines lov a.u ages. The wealth of tlie mines here are now beyond a doubt, and all who can arc improving their holdings; business people are coming from all parts seeking suitable sites. Brewers and cordial manufacturers seem to have a great eye on the place. Several of them from a, distance have beau here and think of settling down. One lias made au offer to purchase some property, and in all pralraJbility we shall shortly have a brewery added to the list of our many business places, On Monday, the 11th hist., fortbe tirst time both...

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LONDON. THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 16 February 1889

LOKltON. Thukshay. Mr. Join) Dillon s;iils for Australia in a few days. The Russians on the Afghan frontier an nounce that the Ameer is beheading three hundred of his subjects daily. In consequence of tlie massing of the Afghan troops, sixteen Russian batiillions will confront the Ameer on the frontier.

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"The Modern Alchemist." [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 16 February 1889

** The modern Alchemist.' A man who has spent 40 years of his life in seeking to solve the problem of the trans mutation of metals can (observes a London paper-), at all events Jay claim to having been faithful to an idea, however extravagant that idea may be. A certain M. Tiifereau, a Frenchman, who proudly styles himself the ' alchemist of the nineteenth century,' hns (so he told the Parisian audience which he invited to hear of his discoveries) laboured during four decad&s with the object of finding out how to make artificial gold ; and ho has spent all Jiis fortune in his researches, which he is .sanguine enough to believe, in his old age, will be crowned with success. The al chemist made no secret of his method of pro ceeding, explaining minutely how, in order to obtain gold, to alloy silver and copper, to ccmhme with them a little nitric acid and so forth, adding that, in virtue of his proceeding, gold absolutely pure and of the tirsfc quality could be hud at the rate ...

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