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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 20 February 1889

Wool, wool, Wool. THE NEW ZEALAND LOA.N ANt- 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 greatest care bestowed on Hie valuation, displaying aud protecting all wools entrusted in the Company for Bale, whether from Urge orsmall clips. Growers advised aud consulted with before sales are made. Liberal cash advances where desired on wool and other produce whether for sale in Sydney or ship ment to Loudou. The addition to the Company's premises of the magnificent now warehouses in Bridge Street acquired since last season ensures to G lowers the display of their wools to the very greatest fuhan tage. 0. S. CAMPBKLL. Malinger. | ISydney Wool and (Jiain Warehouses, liridge ? street, Sydney, Sept., 1SSS. ? TT EATING'S rOWDEH. TT' EATING'S POWDER. T7 EATING'S POWDER, jr EATING'S POWDER. KILLS )JU-i,S, 1'LKAS. MOTHS, ? BEETLES. ? THIS POWDER IS QUITE HARMLESS to AS1MAL MVE. ...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 20 February 1889

' lias, great question, now that we have got our new Parliament, is ~' what shall we do with . ifcf The JVeetrade papers in Sydney disagree as to what course the Opposition shall take. The Herald admits that even supposing the Government were defeated on their first being confronted iu the Assembly the majority is so small (that journal putting it down at 5, whilst the Stah only gives the Utterly impossible £or tlie Freetrade party to carry on *he -Sovernmeut. Tlic Herald sees no other alternative but another general election, but this would only make us the laughing stock of the world, for if with a plain issue put so clearly before the country aa it was duriug the elections just con cluded yre have to throw that issue back again to the people without making any ? attempt to submit the question to its elected representatives, constitutional government is but a mockery and a delusion. This would he forcing a verdict from the country by a means of compulsion almost tantamount to lock...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 20 February 1889

: y ;? i MARRIED. O» the 14*, at Ualmnin, by the Rev, Jas. Cook, .-. Egbert, the eldest sou of Andrew Jack, of Carltou, Victoria, to Jajjet, third eldest i daughter of William telie Taylor, of Mon ..-; Uttee, Braidwood. The Braiclwood Dispatch. ; Slreimd ct Prosper^. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 20. 1889.

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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OUR TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY. Tuesday, 12.50 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 20 February 1889

our' telegrams. ? -A— . ? (FROM Ol'B OWN' CORHESl'OS'DENT.) SYDNEY. Tuesday, 12.50 p.m. At tiie Ifojtiebush stock sales yesterday 070 cattle wei« yarded. There was a strong demand and prices advanced 10s per head, tlie highest average for bullocks being £9 3 7s W and others from £i lia lOd. 9,300 sheep were panned ami tlie market was firm. 15pst merinos fetched 13s and others from Cs 1 Id. It is generally believed that Mr. J. P. Abbott will be noiniuMed for the Speaker sliip iiml Mr. Melville foi the Ciiiiiiinanship of Committees liv tlie fiovpi-nmpnf rartv T)jo Fj-oetrnrte P.-irJiaiBentary party jjitend appointing a committee, with a. competent secretary, probably a member of the As sembly, to work in harmony with the I'Yee trade Association. It is intended not to confine the operations of the committee to Freetrade and Protection alone, but to pre p.ire a mo)'e comprehensive and liberal plat form, thus taking tlie iirst step towards cementing party government upon definite lines i...

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CABLE MESSAGES. LONDON. FEB 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 20 February 1889

CABLE MESSAGK8. (From the Sydney Papers.) T.O\nrVN. Vvr.. 1J. Mward Molloy, nn Invincible, wlio %vas an-cslcd on u charge of having committal perjury when giving evidence Ijefore the I'jstKS-l'anicll Commis sion, lias been committed for trial. At to-ilay's sitting of the Commission, a, iiiiiniicr of letters olitainod from tlie clerks of the National League were produced. Several letters wore also produced, sigued by Mr. Pariicll, but the body of which is supposed to have lieen written l-y Camp bcll. Eight were obtained from Pigott. A letter written by Hymn was put in stating that lie had received £100 from Mr. Parnell. It was stated iu the cxidence that theTiMEspaid £5000 for the famous letters alleged to have been written by -Mr. I'arHclI. A number of forgeries were received from America,, but they were not published. It was elicited to-day that Mr. Flanagan, a eon of an Irish Judge, and who is conucctou with the staff of the Times, wrote 'Pamellism and Crime.' Fed. 15. In the cham...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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Election Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 20 February 1889

EIcclJoii Notes. The electioneering battle concluded on Saturday night, amidst a scene of the greatest enthusiasm. At no other election in the colonies has greater interest been taken from start to 6nisb. As the concluding returns arrived tho excitement of thou sands of people who thronged King-street was intense. Tlio defeat of Mr. F. B. Suttor and Mr. It. B. Wise was greatly lamented by their respective parties. The Freetraders are considerably disap pointed at Saturday's resmlts as they fully antici pated, gaining eight o» aino oat oJ tho eleven scats. - Shortly after Hi o'clock, Mussni. Dilfc, Slotlcry,' Fletcher and fiarvnu addiviotcd a'trciucndniuicruuHl at tho IVotectinuist heaiiijtiai'tfis iu ICing-street, Mr. Dibbs said (hat (he i Government had nttainctl a great victory aiiJ they avouM meet tho Assembly boldly with a majority fit liiair bucks ! He sail! they hud fought tlic greatest Rtrugglc thivt httd occurred in the vulony, asid had gained ft great vielovy, uotwilhstninH...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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The Death of General Gordon. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 20 February 1889

The Death of General CSoi-don. The 1'. ami O. Company sR.M.S. Valctta, which arrived at Albany on Sunday morning brings the following intelligence of the death of General Gor don, as described by an eye witness ; — Mr. Bnrleigh, the Suakiui correspondent of the Daily Tei.ks-.h.kvil, has telegraphed the following statement to that journal: Deinetrio Gcorgio, a Greek, has arrival from Khartoum, who witnessed the late General Cordon's death. Georgia states : ' If a few British had arrived before the Mabdists made the attack, Khartoum would have buen saved. Karigh, General Gordon's ollieer, advised tho iiiiluli to attack at once. That night all was, blood and flames. General Gordon was in the nalace called Seraglio. I saw him smoking a, cigarette on the balcony. With him were Demctrin. the medical officer, nnd 'Jememlita, the Greek CoufuL A crowd of 50fl dervishes had entered the Seraglio and were stnuiling at the foot of tlie staircase. The derrUhes were crying 'Gordon Vaslio,* Gor don...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 20 February 1889

GBIT3BAL NEWS. A tc'rgiT.m *™i,i TirisViue on Fr'nlay s.iys:— An j intoxioatc.i man named Arno'.,i :;s3,m!'t«ii liis wife j At T.wwonp;(Q.)oiiThuraJay nigbt. H« kii-ked her in the fuea \sitU his heavy navvy Wit uml cut her cheek terribly from tiie mouth to ear. ^v!ieu two men went to the woman's rescue Arnold turnci' on them savagely and bit a piece of il«sh out of one's leg. He wai arrested. A Melbourne message ou Monday reports : — A sensational accident happened on the Gouluum Valley line ycterdny morning. A platelayer who notice a train coming on the rear of him round a turn, and which charged right into him. Tiie r/,w-catcher of the engine, however, caught the trolly, aud it iuid a mini were thrown down a bank, the imui fortunately escaying unhurt. A telegram to the Stah f rum Newcastle ouThurs day last says : — 'Mark Davis recently set up busi ness, styling hiniselfa lightning watchmaker. He waa charged with pawning a gold .watch and chain k-longing to F. W. Reay, with fraudul...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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A Horrible Murder. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 20 February 1889

k. Horrible .Slurilcr. j A telcgi-am from Xbrmaaiton (Quceui-laiid) on j FiWftj, repovts ; — Kews of a Uovrilile muv.lor. by a blackleUow has boeii i-eceived from the Kortlu-rn 1 Territory, via Camoowoal. '- Ou the 31st December j a stockman ou the Brunette Downs, named Mugglc- j ton, left his hut and jiixicoedecl to work, leaving I Kuhorl Hamilton behind. On _i-eUirulng iii the j evepiug lie found Uamilton^ead ihii JVodI of blood. Inside the hut was a- butehOvV knife, stuck in the blood-staiued floor heside him. He went tv short distance to a guuyah. whecojte found a blackfellow named Caliph, who said Hamilton lucked him ia tlie Jjack, and he then killed fliiin. Muggjctou saw that theijlackfullow had several wounds on the back, aud was iu great pain, being unable to move. Mtigglelou then -went to the head-station and re uortod tUe occurrence to the manager, Mr. John Roberta, a magistrate, who went with him to tho sceue of the murder. After holding the inquiry, Jiuggleton was sworn ...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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Horsford's Acid Phosphate. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 20 February 1889

Vorsford's Acid Phosphate. Heoommesdep by PnretctANS of all echools, for the brain, nerves aud stomach.

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A Horrible Tragedy. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 20 February 1889

A Horrible Tragedy. Adelaiili'., Siiturdiiy.— Xcws of a terrible tragedy wliitii look p!ui'C :i'. Uoili-.'inirg, Suny, on Jauuar}' S, came X'i h.ind by ;.,jt ni'-'iit'* mail. Tiie circum suuicfs, puiiit t.T til- :..-.-l i.'.it a.-i .i-ti.-t nuuieil Jen kins i-;;iiocu i^i-i f.v L't'.nv.vt, riaily .liiy, into his t-Uiiki. nlitic hi; f:.'tl :::-.lm;.-1d ..i.-!-, :-/.:,l (lien ctrsui gk.l litr. ;ifLor wliit-h he lochod «p tile jjl^cc ;i!id ma.le off. He stopped at the Punch Bowl Inn. s.j;uc ten iu;:i;.-iiUliiiit, au,l ci.jfo-Ji^heliad \---r- I Iiulrnt.-:1. t!:e .Ice-.t !?- tin. I.indloi-.:, '.viio ;it unee b^iaiit'J liiin over to *.hf pclicv, to whr.u 1,0. mada n stuti'incnt. C«i!r.t.ib!«s -.rcre y-nt (?wr to Gudal tQXUt-(. TV.' f- e:: piiiscni.-'l a luirriiilfi sigUl, a li;i!:dkerchii-f i^iug -tafiVd ii.lo Iil-i1 liioulb, aiul a boiv bfiujr lied light!;,1 roiiin! ln.-r notk. The I'ieum ivas a (juift iiml steady girl, and vull-tnuira in the toun. .Tenkine, wlio is an artist li}' prufuss...

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A Lay Reader Disappears. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 20 February 1889

A Lay Reader IHsappears. A telegram frou Adelaide on Saturday says: — During the post two months a- lucrative trade has been carried on by an imjrostcr uameil Vivian, who represented himself to boa lay i-entler of tbo Church of England. He arrived from Victoria on Decem ber 27 of last year and took lodgings iu a respec table house iu the city. He protended to have lost a purse in the house, and the matter was re ported to the police The supposed lay leader had in the meantime 'disappeared, and tli« detectives in nrjuibiiing iui iiiui vijutui vii;« lmciv -iv; imu ^i(.iiii^vi hiiutself off in his clerical capacity oh several Church of England ministers, from whom he had borrowed money. He also introduced himself (o (?oiiic of tlie digiiatarics of the church by means of a letter purporting to be digued by the Bishop of Tiuro, but whicl) has since been found io be a for gory. Arriuigeintnts were partly made for engag ing him as a U-y vender in one of the city churches, but were not comp...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 20 February 1889

WANTED, a 11 O U S E M A I B . Apply, MISS UASSALL, Hell Vue. WANTED, a GOOD UBXEKAL SERVANT. Apply at once to Mils. A. rOOLEY, Biaidwood. WANTED, a KURSEOIBL. Apply to MRS. BOYDS, Durham Hall. WANTED, a GENERAL SERVANT. Apply, MRS. MATER Uraidwood. /COMFORTABLE HOARD AND LODGING for \J Gentlemen. Apply at 'DISPATCH' OFFICE, Braidwood. Seed UTlieat. FOI? SALE, a splendid simple of SEED WHEAT. Apply to \V. J. CHAPM-AN, Auctioneer. Tenders. TENDERS required for the supply of 19,000 MOUNTAIN ASH SHINGLES. Apply   HUNT & STONE. Amateur Jockey Club. A COMMITTEE MEETING of the Braidwood Amateur Jockey Club will be held at 'Tat- tersaUV Hotel on WEDNESDAY EVENING, February 30th, at f. o'eloek p.m. All members particularly requested to attend. J. M. MORONEV, Hon. Sec. Funeral. mllE FiU'ikU of the late R.vLru Montoom otY | A are respectfully iuviled to aitend Isis FUNERAL, to nitive from his late residence, Jviiihaicumljciic, at ) p.m., THIS DAY (Wednes day), arriving in...

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 20 February 1889

— — ' LOCAL NEWS. MrciSG,-Mr. R. jr. C. Maddrell, the local director of the Day Dawn Company at Little River, brought to our office ou Monday last a beautiful cake of retorted gold, weighiugfM oza. ? the result of Hie last crushing of CO tons of stoue from the mine. This is Wjo product of eight days' work, Iii addition to thin yiold there are almut -9gut tons of concentrates on pyrites, which are ex pected, when treated, to go about 5 ozs to tlio ton. pie main uhaffis being rapidly sunk, the reef look ing well, and showing gold in all the atones. Tho company have about 150tousof«i\avts!. whioi, «.iii ha put through the machine immediately. Tlie atone looks equally as well as that just crushed, «nd with the new inill; which will he completed this weak, U expected to give a better result. Rsvocjmos or' Temtoiwrv Reseuvjss.— The temporary reservation for sale of the following iwr tipnd of land lias been revoked, tlie land not be sold Mil after the expiration of sixty clear days from 9t...

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Better Late Than Never. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 23 February 1889

Better Late Tlinu Never. The proverb, 'Better late than never,' is one that a certain German gentleman, lately deceased, appears to have acted upon, if tho story told concerning him be correct. So for back as Christmas, 1867, we read, the gentleman in question, then a student at Berlin, quarrelled with afellow-Etudient, and, in the heat of the dispute, stabbed him in thefaoe,isj consequence that the woundedman lost hiis right eye. The aggressor iled to America, where all traco ox him was lost, whilst his victim in due time prospered in life, married and became the father of a family. He was in the midst of a family , gathering one week, on the occasion of the new year, when a registered letter was handed to him, which on being opened, contained 25,000 marks and another letter explaining the circumstances. His comrade of 21 years ago had thriven in the United Stotes, where he had settled down as a married man, and where ho died. Previous to his death, how ever, a longing to offer som...

Publication Title: Braidwood Dispatch And Mining Journal, The
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Extraordinary Imposture. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 23 February 1889

Extraordinary Imposture. The Watch Committee of the Manchester Corporation have (says the London Daily Netvs), issued a. report upon a. remarkable imposture, which they think may probably suggest an explanation of other cases in which ' Jack the Kipper ' letters have been re ceived. The Chief Costable (Mr. C. M. Wood) reported to the committee that on November 21 last a young woman about 19 years of .i#c (whose naiiK 's suppressed) iu formed the police that she had received a threatening letter signed ' Jack the Ripper,' and couched in the visual innguage. Letters continued to arrive, some by post and others being put under the door. Nineteen letters in all were received, threatening to take the girl's life and that of a companion. Some o* the letters were stained with blood, and others had coffins rudely drawn upon them. Whilst the police were trying to discover the sender of the missive some young women who work with the girl pointed out a man as having followed them, and accused ...

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F, L. Barker's Weekly Produce Report. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 23 February 1889

F, L. Barker's Weekly Produce Report. B Wool — I be!-5 my usual fortnightly Kile to-day. T The market distinctly showed the effect of the late S news aud prices throughout were from Jd on greasy ? to Jtl ou scoured higher thai) heretofore. 147 bales ? changed hands at Auction ami private, and amongst m the lots may be quoted— Greasy, JFS, 7d to 8d ; ? AC, New England, 18 at 8d ,- BAV, 40 at 8} ; GS, ? 23 at 8d ; PM, DuMmj, 8 at 7d ; J over G over Mr. I C, 13at7Jd. Scoured to lod. ? prices are unchanged. B Leather. — Sole is slightly easier, and ail otber ? descriptions are dull of sale. Sole is now worth ? from 7&d to 7jfd, exceptional lots |d more ; other ? prices per last report, ? Hides.— As anticipated, Friday's prices show a B decline of |d to id per 1b ou previous week's rates ? for shippiug parcels. ?j Bahk.— The arrivals are very largo, but the de H maud is strong, and present quotations are — For ? best southern (chopped) C9 to £10 ; good, £7 1 5s to ? £8 10 ; fair,...

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LONDON. THURSDAY [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 23 February 1889

LONDON. Thursday. The Committee on the British naval mauffiuvres have recommended that the navy should be promptly placed beyond compari son with that of any two other Powers com bined. It has been further stated before the Tisies Parnell inquiry that Sheridan, Walsh and Byrne were seut to Ireland to organise uim-der circles, and tliat it was arranged with to remove Earl Cowper, Mv. .'Wf ?$$, Foster, Mi1, Burke, Judge May and Judge Lawson. I Egft' admitted that Mi1. P/trnell approved ? of the proposal to murder Earl Cowpcr Mr. I Burke, and Forester. Mr. Parnell directly I instigated two murdors whiclf wove committed I just after his arrest. I Egan and Parnell wcvr invariably con I suited upon the smallest details of plan for I murder. I Egan was indignant because Mr. Parnell | before the Commission of the Fhcunix Park I murders advised the cessation of outrage. I Upon this advice Lynau declared it was im I possible to net. I Egan petitioned for the recall of Lynsin, I who had gone t...

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THE GUARD OVER THE WEDDING-RING. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 23 February 1889

THE CUARD OVER THE WEDDINGRING ??'? ' * She dressed herself exquisitely that night, and marvelled herself at the glorious creation she , Vr-as, with .her dark eyes shining, her splendid face all irradiated with an excite ? . merit of hope and joy that had hoen so long, so pitifully a stranger; with her lustrous hair arranged in a graceful coiffure that suited so well her classic head, with her white lace dress, where pearls gleamed move 'wliitely still, and whose purity was not marred by a hint of daintiest colour or glow of gold. In her shiny dark hair was a deli cate white drooping flower, with no leaf to break its waxen fairness, and at her belt a similar spray. Her husband hod looked at her in silent. ?worshipping wonderment. He had never seen her so wondrousty fair, so cuchantingly radiant ; but he did not know the wherefore and the why. Late in the evening there wis quiet enter tainment. Later, the music flashed out in spiriting dance music, and everything was in the full swin...

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The Railway Employees. [Newspaper Article] — The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal — 23 February 1889

The Railway Employees. Although trying to reduce expenses where prac ticable in all directions, the Railway Commissioners appear to be not unmindful of the material welfare of their employees. They iiavo for some time past been drawing up a scheme for providing an allow ance for members of their wage-earning staff in the event of their being overtaken by accident or ordi nary sickness, and also for giving them a pension in their old age. Au allowance will also be made in the case of the death of a member or of his wife. The fuu.is for carrying out the scheme are proposed to be provided by the meu themselves and tlie Cninniissioiiers, and (he funds will be controlled and administered largely by an elective committee, of the men, one or two officers of the department being associated with the committee to assist in the management. This applies to what is called the weekly stafl', the porters, guards, and signalmen. kc. The Commissioners also intend to establish a superannuation fund f...

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