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The Yearling Sale. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 31 March 1894

The Yearling Sale. Following is the completion of the sale of thoroughbred yearlings bred in the Northern dis trict, and disposed of in Sydney : — Duckk-tielp Patik Yearlings, colts. B c, by Grandmaster (imp.) from Scotch Mary, by Clan Stuort (imp.)— Mr. W. N. Willis, 25 guineas. B c, by The Australian Peer from Banvie (imp.), by Blair A.thol— 'Mr. S. Fielder, 25 guineas. B c. by Grnndmaster-imp.) from Good Luck, by Barbarian Mr. M'Donald.80 guineas. B c. by The Australian Peer from Dolly Varden, by New Warrior (imp.) — Mr. Mugftridge, 40 guinea?. B c, by The Australian Peer from Wild Fire (imp.), by Wild Oats— Mr. J. Stephenson, 50 guineas. B c, by Grandmaster (imp.) from Naomi, by Henchman Mr. J. Stephenson, 110 guineas. B c; by The Australian Peer from Red and Black (imp.), by Exminster— -Mr George Clift, 30 guinenB. B or br c, by The Australian Peer from GeneBta, by MaTibyr* nong— Mr. Townsend, 130 guineas. B c, by The AuptrnJiau Peer from Penitent (imp.), by Rofli crucian— Mr. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 31 March 1894

Notice to the Residents of the Paterson and Distbiot. DR. FRANK LIDDELL, OF Hlgh-stroot, West Maitland, JS NOW VISITING PATERSON REGULARLY, and may be CON SULTED AT WILSON'S COURT HOUSE HOTEL on Thursdays, from Twelve o'clock noon to One p.m. 0134 DR. PENTLAHD HAS RESUMED PRACTICE, AND CAN BE CONSULTED ASF HIS HOUSE, AS USUAL, 014 MEDICAL NOTICE. ro the Residents of Paterson, Vacy, Gresford and District. Dr. S. J. Richards, (M.B., and Ch.M., Sydney), HAS COMMENCED THE PRACTICE . OF HIS PROFESSION, and may be consulted laily at his residence, Ferndale, Vacy. DR. RICHARDS will VISIT PATERSON, md may be Consulted at WILSON'S COURT SOUSE HOTEL, on Tuesdays and Saturdays it Ten o'clock a.m. ; GRESFORD on Mondays and Fridays at Ten o'clock a.m. 849 PAINLESS JMTISTRY. MINERAL ARTIFICIAL TEETH, Without Springs, Wires, or Fastenings. g.oIb, D.D.S., R.D.S., SURGEON DENTIST, EIGH-STJREET, , WEST MAITLAND,' Having had several years' prac tical EXPERIENCE in the profession is a SURGICAL and MECH...

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Sydney Markets. TREBECK, SON, AND CO.'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 31 March 1894

Sydney Markets. TKEBECK, SON, AND CO.'s BEPORT. Pat Cattle.— 1,596 yarded on 23rd— the only market this week. Prices unchanged : good to best lots bullocks from £4, to £5 7s, and a few at .£6 7s. Fat Sheep. — 42,000 penned. Market on the whole showed an improvement. Good to best lots merino wethers, Gs to 7s lid ; good to best ewes, 5s to Gs. Store Cattle. — Good demand. Handy lines of aged bullocks, 40s to 42s Gd, delivered about Dubbo 32s Gd on Queensland border. ' Store Sheep. — Better demand ; prices unchanged good fattening wethers, Dubbo. 4s 3d to 4s Gd. Stations.— We have sold the Tibbereenah station near Narrabri, comprising 1288 acreB freehold, G482 acres»T..p„ and 1019 acres c.l. land, together with the Crowii leases, 9850 sheep, 230 cattle, and 88 horses, nnd all working plant and sundries. Pur chaser, John Cramsie, Esq. Wool.— Steady competition at a slightly lower level of values, more noticeably on scoured ; best greasy merino offering 63 d to 7-Jdlb.; scoured, 10 Jd t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 31 March 1894

Economy and Durability* FOE THE HOLIDAYS. THE Orient Clot 3fca. i. zoJgir FOR GENTLEMEN'S SUMMER W EAB. The chief features of the ORIENT CLOTHING are it* Selectnoss and Durability. The materials are ALL WOOL and DOUBLE SHRUNK, the patterns choice and useful, the trimmings arc serviceable a-wl adapted to the materials, the COT, STYLE, and FINISH of the Garments give theui the appearance of having been made to order. THE VALUE IS UWRtVALLED. The ORIENT CLOTHING is in All Textures suitable for Business, Office, Promenade, Biding, Bu?hwear, Travelling, Picnicking, Sport, and Evening Wear. SEND FOE SAMPLES. OTT JR. PRICE LIST: ! Fancy Tweeds, 40s, 45s, 50s, 55s j Navy Blue Flannel Serge, 40s Sclf-coloured iVorsteds, 45s, 55b j Navy Blue Regulation Serge, 45s Silk Mixture, black ground, C3s ; Navy Blue Staff Serge, 55s Navy Blue Estamene Serge, 35s; Black Serge rette and Corkscrew, 50s, 57s Gd. LOUNGE SUITS (Coat and Trousers). ( White and Fawn Khakee, 143 Gdj White Serge, LOUNGE SUITS, S...

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Time Table for the Closing of Mails. WEST MAITLAND [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 31 March 1894

Time Table for the Closing of Mails. WEST MAITLAND. Northern Line — Armidale, Allandale, Branx ton, Brisbane;(Queensland), Tamworth, Greta, Glen ' Innes, Gunnedah, Muswellbrook, Narrabri, Qui rindi, Scone, 9 p.m. ; Singleton, 12.30 p.m., 9 p.m. ; Farley, 7 a.m. Paterson and Dungog.— Clarence Town, Dan gog, Glen Oak, Largs, Paterson, Seaham, Wood ville, 10 p.m. East Maitland, Morpeth, and Raymond Terrace. — East Maitland, 7 a.m., 12.45 p.m., 9 p.m. ; Morpeth, 7 a.m., 9 p.m. ; Raymond Terrace, 7 a.m., 6 p.m. j Stroud, 6 p.m. Sydney and Newcastle — Newcastle, 7 a m., 2 p.m., 9 p.m. ; Sydney, 7 a.m., 6 p.m., 9.30 p.m. Wollombi Line. — Bishop's Bridge, Ellalong, Millfield, Wollombi (Tuesdays, Thursdays, Satur days), S.30 a.m. Absrglasslyn. — Aberglasslyn, Lamb's Creek, Kosebrook (Wednesdays and Saturdays), 8 -30 a.m. Goeforth (Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays), 8 30 a.m. EAST MAITLAND. Mails close at the East Maitland Post Office as below1: — Allandale, Armidale, Branxton, Lochinvar, F...

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Number 110. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 31 March 1894

Number 110. The iron door of the great prison clangs loudly after No. 110, as he emerges from the gloom of the corridor into the bright world outside. He stands for a moment, gazing straight ahead, stupidly, as if trying to realise that hia prayers are answered — that freedom is indeed his. The warm sunshine rests kindly upon the pathetic figure, bowed, not by the weight of years, but by sorrow's burden j and like a caressing hand it touches the silvered locks that were as dark as night a dozen years ago, when first the grim prison walls hide him from his fellow-men. A dozen years he has borne the stigma of a crime of which he is innocent ! What now avails the tardy confession of the criminal ? Can it blot out the misery endured, replace the years filched fr om manhood's prime ? His wife — his child— how have they fared ? Thank God ! they knew not of his disgrace. Though his tortured heart cried for them by day and by night, his lips have been silent as the lips of the dead. Now he ...

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Cures for a Cold. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 31 March 1894

Cures for a Cold. [ ?Would you like to know the shortest way of getting rid of a cold ? Treat it promptly, for a cold ia the first step to nearly every other .disease in the world. It ib a lowering of the vital forces, for 9S degrees interior bodily heat is the limit of health. The treatment after taking cold is to get warm as soon as you can. A hot bath is the surest and quickest cure for a cold, whether of tho depreBsed, shivering order or of the feverish kind. If you can get into a bath tub with the water as hot as you can bear it, up to tbe neck, and stay in it fifteen minutes, adding hot water to keep it at the parboiling point, there will not be much of the cold left when you get out. One should be wiped dry quickly with warm towfiln and Blin into warm flnnnplo t.linn into -ed with hot soapstones or some kind of leaters for the feet and back, t j lie there as ong as it feels good to do so. The feverish bilious cold may be further reated with abo wl of hot lemonade a and laxa ;...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 31 March 1894

Lime juice contains a very wholesome fruit acid and might well be substituted for vinegar for table use; there are so many vile substitutes that the vinegar on the table is always of doubtful quality, and tbe best is alive with squirming animalcules. The actual dimensions of chemical molecules aro such as to elude comprehension and confound the imagination. A cubic inch of oxygen at orpinary temperature and pressure contains bo many mole cules that a number equal to that of the entire population of globe might escape every second, and it would require more than 0,000 years to empty that small space. Professor Tait computes that if a drop of water were magnified to the size of the earth, the molecules of that drop would then de apout the size of billiard balls. Chemistry has determined the relative weights of atoms and mole cules usually expresses them in terms of the weight of the hydrogen atom. When an attempt is made to give these weight in terms of any of our ordinary measures th...

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CLARENCE TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 31 March 1894

CLARENCE TOWN. Easteb. — The only amusement provided for the Easter holidays was a cricket match between the Waverley Gladstone C.C. and the Clarence Town C.C. The Waverley team were three players short, but had very good substitutes in Messrs. Tilshie, Bingle, and Bergin, of the Dungog Club. The game resulted in a draw, owing to the visitors having to go to Maitland to catch the train. Tbe home team batted first and put together 181, which was a very creditable performance, considering the heavy state of tbe ground. The visitors bad lost 8 wickets for 101 runs when time was called. Some of the Gladstones wished to play on but the captain would not consent. Appended are the scores: — Clarence Town. Weller, li.o.w., b Adams ? 17 G. Ebbeck, st. Pearson, b Adrms ? ? ? 31 H. Dark, b A. Smith ? 3 jr. Ebbeck, o Brunei!, b A. Smith ? 19 W. Ebbeck, 9t. Pearaon, b Bergin ? ? 20 Atkinson, h o w, b A. Smitli ? ? 3(1 Bolmes, not out ? ? ? .28 P. Dark, o Cnnnon, b Adam? ? ? ? ;... 3 ? Wansey, o ...

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A DARING GAME. CHAPTER XIX—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 31 March 1894

A DARING GAME. CHAPTER XIX — (Continued.) * All eyes turned upon the fair young girl. The young earl awaited her reply with a breathless .jwmety. Sir John Freise and Mr. Atkins fixed their gaze upon her, and Lady Wynde regarded her sharply and with some uneasiness. ' Before Neva comes to a decision,' said her lady. nViin. hnstilv. I have a word to say to her : Have I Bot treated you with all kindnesB and tenderness, Neva, since you came under this roof ? Have I been guilty of one act of neglect, of step-motherly cruelty, or want of consideration ? Have not your ?wisheB been considered, in all things ?' Neva could not answer these questions in the negative. ' There is no stipulation in Sir Harold's will that I should not again marry,' continued Lady Wynde. ' ' Sir Harold, without mention of the contingency of another marriage on my part, constituted me his daughter's personal guardian, with the request that I make Han'khursfc my home until Neva marries or attains her majority. Not on...

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POETRY. OLD TIME HAYING. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 31 March 1894

' POETRY^ I OLD TIME HATING, ? Oh ! tlie hnyiiiK, Bwcctcat haying ! With swinging soythca n-glean ; Its merry makers all afield With morning's roay bo am, Itfl clover scents and bobolinks, Its diamond dew, Its cheer -, The haying time the best, methinks, In all the goodly year. When wheeling up the purple east The gorgeous nun has lit The Yellow bee to flowery feast ; The gras3 grten minaret— The haystaok, cone*)ike, giving out A world of perlume, borne Through many meads, fl fairy route To fields ot Bbining corn. * When flashing 'mid the grass, lush green, The gleaming fork and eoythe, And eyes as keenly bright, 1 ween, As any orbs alive i When floating up Irom stainless lips The farmer's song rings clear. Oil. what can haying time eclipse In all the happy year 1 The haying time, so beautiful With lubour'0 romance line, When hearts embrace the dutllul, And water flows for wine; When sleep, too sweet for idle ting, Ia won by toils rougn _ And, scorning fashion s tinsel things, The h...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 31 March 1894

SALES lev AUCTION. ~~ HUMTEB B8WES5 | Parsers' Frsiis Ms ABE HELD SOn TUESDAYS and FEI DAYS,atl0a.m. And Farm Produce EVEItY THURS DAY Afternoon, at 2 p.m. HT RSAITLAND [ EVERY WEDNESDAY . t commencing at 9 a.m. J. N. BEUNKEE, ? Auctioneer. FAT STOCK FOR Monday, J-Lpril 2nd. J-N. BEUNKEE has received instructions to ? sell by auction, at Campbell's Hill, on Monday, the 2nd of April, 1894, at Eleven o'clock, 70 PEIME and WEIGHTY FAT COWS, for A. Hooke. 45 PEIME and WEIGHTY FAT BULLOCKS, for A. Hooke. 50 PEIME and WEIGHTY FAT BULLOCKS, for J. Lynch. 20 PEIME and WEIGHTY FAT CATTLE, from Muswellbrook. 12 PEIME and WEIGHTY FAT COWS, for Bakewell Bros. 00 PEIME FAT WETHEES, for Clift Bros. 00 PEIME FAT WETHEES, N. Agents, Scone. Also, .20 FAT AND STOEE PIGS. Terms cash. 057G FOR POSITWE SALE. 1 HHP 1 ISIS. Campbell's Hill Yards, I0NDAY, April 2nd, 1894. AT TWO O'CLOCK. JN. BEUNKEE has received instructions to ? sell by auction, at Campbell's Hill, on Monday, the 2nd of April, 1894, at Tw...

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The Shooting of Marshal Ney. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 31 March 1894

The Shooting of Marshal Ney. ' As to the confe«aor,' said Marshal Ney, ' leave me alone. I have no need of black coats.' At this last phrase, one of the two grenadiers in charge, rising, said to him : ' Tou are wrong, marshal,' and showing him his arm ornamented with several chev rons, added : ' I am not as illustrious as you, but I also a veteran. Well, never have I borne myself so boldly under fire as when I had previously recommended my soul to God.' These few words, pronounced iu tones o£ emotion and solemnity by this colossus, ap peared to make a deep impresBion on the marshal. He approached the grenadier and said to him with gentleness, tapping him on the shoulder : ' Tou are perhaps right, my good fellow. That is good advice which you have Riven me.' Then turning toward Col. Montigny : ' 'What priest can I cause to be summoned ?' 'Abbe de Pierre, cure de Saint-Sulpice.' ' Beg him to come. I will receive him after my wife.' The coun sel of the old soldier had been listened to....

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FLOWER SEEDS. New Supply for 1894. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 31 March 1894

FLOWER SEEDS. New Supply for 1894. ASTERS, China and German; Acroclinum Roseura ; Amaranthus Mixed ; Antirrhinum ; Ageratum; Alyssum Sweet; Anemone, Single French; Balsams, double; Calendula, double striped Meteor; Canterbury Bells; Cockscomb; Chrysanthemum ; Cineraria, Maritima ; Clarkia ; Cobcea Scandena ; Convolvulus Major ; do., Minor ; Coreopsis; Cornflower; Collinsia; Candytuft ; Cos mos ; D*isy, double; Dianthus, double Indian Pink; Dianthus Diadematus; Egg Plant, white and scarlet ; Esehscholtzia ; Foxglove ; Forgetme not; Gaillardia Lorenziana; Godetia ; Hollyhocks; Jacobcea ; Larkspurs, branching ; do., Dwarf Rocket ; Linum, red ; Lobelia ; Lychnis ; Linaria ; Mandevillea; Marigold, French ; Mignonette; do., Golden Queen; do., Tree; Musk Plant; Nemo phila; Nierembergia ; Nigella; Penstemon; Pe tunia, hybrid striped ; Portulaca, double ; Phlox Drummondii ; do., ' The Star' ; Poppy Carnation ; do., French ; Salvia, scarlet ; Scabious ; Sultans ; Sweet William ; Salpiglossis;...

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Annuals for 1893 and 1894. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 31 March 1894

Annuals for 1803 and 1894. j The Sunday at Home, 7s 6d, posted S3 9d The Leisure Hour, 7s 6d, posted Ss 9d The Boys' Own Annual, 7s 6d, post 9o Gd The Girls' Own Annual, 7s 6d, post 93 Gd Chatterbox (cloth), 5s, post 5s 8d Chatterbox (boards), 3s, post 3s 8d Bo Peep (cloth), 3s 6d, post 4s 2d The Prize (cloth), 2a, post 2s 4d The Prize (boards), Is Gd, posted Is lOd The Child's Own Magazine (cloth), Is 6d, p. Is lOd The Child's Own Magazine (boards), Is, post Is 4d The Children's Friend (cloth), 2s, post 2s 6d The Children's Friend (boards), Is Gd, post 2s The Infant's Magazine (cloth), 23, post 2s 4d The Infant's Magazine (boards), Is Gd, post Is lOd The Children's Treasury, Is, post Is 4d The Child's Companion (cloth), 2s, post 2s 4d The Child's Companion (boards), Is Gd, post Is lOd The Cottager and Artisan, 3 s Gd, po3t Is lOd The British Workman, Is Gd, post Is lOd The British Workwoman, Is Gd, poBt Is lOd The Band of Hope Review, Ib, post Is 4d.

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NEW BOOKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 31 March 1894

HMKS. THE HUNTING GIRL, by Mrs. Kennard, 2s, post 2s 4d I Fork id the Banns, by Frankfort Moore, 2s, post 2s 4d The Emigrant Ship, by Clark Russell, 2s, post 2s 4d Woman and the Man, by Robt. Buchanan, 2s, post 2s 4d The Dictator, by Justin M'Carthy, 2s, post 2s 4d Neuroomia, A New Continent, by G. M'lver, 2s, post 2s 4d In Exchange for a Soul, by Mary Linskell, 2s, post 2i4d A Complication in Hearts, by E. Pendleton, 2s, post 2s 4d A Wasted Crime, by D. Christie Murray, 2s, p. 2s 4d The Rebel Queen, by W. Besant, 2s, post 2s 4d The Marquis of Carabas, by A. Watson, 2s, p. 23 4d Each for Himself, by F. Gerstaker, 2s, post 2s 4d The New Rector, by Stanley J. Weyman, 23, p. 2s 4d Treason Felony, by J. Hill, 2s, post 2s 4d The Last Tenant, by B. L. Farjeon, 2s, post 23 4d The Memoir3 of Sherlock Holmes, by A. Conan Doyle, 23 Gd, post 2s lOd Montezuma's Daughter, by R. Haggard, 23 Gd, post 2s lOd Lady Patty, by Mrs. Hungerford, 2s, post 23 4d Allan Quatermain, by Rider Haggard, 2s Gd, p...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 31 March 1894

Tourists visiting the Indian and Banana rivers in Florida are astonished and amized at tho antics of the mullets of those streams. These fish grow to be five or six poundB in weight, and are famous jumpers. They leap from the water, shoot three or four feet through the air, come up again and leap twice as far, and keep on for a half dozen rf leaps, each longer than the other. Now and then a mullet takes a leap of fifteen or twenty feet and disappers. It happens not infrequently that a leaping mullet falls into a passing boat. A remarkable hollow in the midst of the hills near Koberbrun, in Silesia, contains about 2,000 acres, and is filled with water and emptied in quite regular periodBof somewhat less than thirty years. It is almost perfectly dry for a brief season. Water then oozes m through the ground, and gradually rises in thebasm, which is now half full, and etilJ

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Farm and Garden. PRACTICAL VEGETABLE GROWING—DIRECTIONS FOR THE MONTH OF APRIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 31 March 1894

Par m and Garden. 1 PBACTICAI/ VEGETABLE GHOWING — DIRECTIONS FOB THE MONTH OF APRIL. ( Agricultural Gazette.) Tn many portions of New South 'Wales the | weather becomes very cool during April, j and not infn-quently rain prevents much ?work being done in the garden. Advantage of fine weather Bhould be taken to dig up Dew ground and make it rendy for planting a.'id sowing. Not a weed Bhould be allowed to grow, ana an old and useless vegetaDies . and remains of vegetables should be gathered j. together and either burnt or allowed to rot and make good compost for the garden. It' burnt, the nehes should bo carefully pre served, spread over toe ground nod dug in. Iti Borne of the warmest of the coaBt dis tricts many vegetables may bo grown, which * it would ba quite impossible to raise in the cool climates. This ib the caee with French j be^ns, which the writer has seen growing well and producing freely in the middle of June ^ in the Tweed and Richmond Risers districts. Such productions...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 31 March 1894

W. G. LIPSCOMB, rasi a smd un, West Maitland. DR. JECKELL VISES, 112 PHILLIP-ST., Legally Qualified and Registered by the Medical Board of New South Wales. PROFESSOR OF ELECTRO-iSEDICIHE AMD THERAPEUTICS. Prizeman of his College in Obstetrics, Forensic Medicine, and Toxicology; Honors in Anatomy, Physiology, Histology, Practical Chemistry, Botany, and Medicine ; author of ' Lectures on tho Micro scope' and Treatises on Consumption, Extra Uterine Gestation, and various specific subjects. Formerly Medical Officer of Health, London Port sanitary authority, Public Vaccinator English Government, Railway Medical Officer, Surgeon to the Police, and Hospital Physician. THIS EMINEN1 SPECIALIST, whose experi ence of 23 Years' continuous practice enables him to GUARANTEE THE CURE of every accepted case, OR FORFEIT HIS FEES, has now completed the revision of his popular work on Servons & Skin Complaints, and the last edition will be forwarded immediately on application to the author on ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 31 March 1894

THE CELEBRATED PIPE, EKCELS ALL OTHERS. FIRST PRIZE ALL EXHIBITIONS. WHOLESALE DEPOT, JULIUS GOLDSGHBWIDT and CO., 231 Cr.ARENCE-STHEET, SYDNEY. 817 For SCONES, PUDDINGS, CAKES, And other things nice, And intention well meant Appetite to entice, Be advised, Cookey, dear, 1 Grateful praise will be louder, If you also, and always, Use WAUGH'S BAKING POWDER ; B Beware of the wiles, the actions, g ' and smiles, ? Of your Grocer, if he tempted « A should be, M j. From motives adverse, self interest, or worse, . ? And not doing well, he endea- . j \ vours to sell . n Other Powder than Waugh's, «? i i ' forsooth, just because .1 G More profit he gets. G ? 0 If thus he does act, be sure of p 1 i this fact : 3 0 He but little cares what manner q j of wares 5 i mi His customers buy if they are w I W not fly, W £ I And trusting to him are of D jj u course taken in ij _ With cheap powders many, but E I surely not any | R Are equal to WAUGH'S ! R 1 assh's Qakikb Powder i! | Purest and Best; j Go...

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