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LATE MARKET NEWS. GUNNEDAH. Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 3 February 1894
[?] [Br Telegraph.] ? GUNNEDAH. Friday evening. Messrs. Bacon and Co. report .—The weather is intensely hot. Store sheep : demand firmer, but prices unaltered. We hare buyers for y.mng, also fattening wethers unsunplied.— Store cattle are difficult to quit, unless vendors concede. We rf-1I by auction 800 Elderslie bullocks here on Saturday, 10th, and have 400 cows with 150 calve3 close bo Gunnedah. There are a few inquiries for reason ably priced fat wethers delivered on the station. We hold a special horse sale here on the 26fcli hist., when over 100 head 'useful sorts will be yarded. We sold .- 880 store cattle, 15,000 store sheep, 1800 fat sheep, 150 fat cattle, 480 rams.
GOSFORD. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 5 February 1894
QOSFORD. Monday. Delegates from the various branches of the Free trade and Land Reform Association for the Nor thumberland (late Wolloinbi) electorate, numbering 34, held a meeting on Saturday night at Cain's Fern Tree Hotel, for fche purpose of selecting a candidate to contest the forthcoming election in tno interest of Freetrade and Lund Reform. Eight nominations were made to the committee, who decided to support the candidature of Alderman H. C. Wheeler, of Gosford, who will be the recognised candidate of tho party.
DISTRICT TELEGRAMS. NEWCASTLE. Monday. THE STOCKTON COLLIERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 5 February 1894
DISTRICT TELEGRAMS. [Froh Our Correspondents.] NEWCASTLE. Monday. THE STOCKTON COLLIERY. At half -past eleven on Saturday night the Stock ton Citizens Conciliation Committee met a few of the Stockton miners at tha Temperance Hall. The latter included Messrs. J. Parkinson (Lodge chair man), T. Lewis (secretary), W. Cobley (treasurer), and five miners. The committee, comprising the Mayor, Rev. F. W. James, Alderman O'Mara, S, Koss, ana ocners, naving expiainea tne wimngnesa of the manager (Mr. M'Auliffe), at their earnest Eolicitation, to meet three of the miners' body in conference, were informed by Mr. Parkinson that tho matter of sending a deputation to the manager would in the first place have to be laid before the Stockton Lodge, and if they approved of it it would then have to go before the district officers for their approval. In any case the application would have to be made in writing in the usual formal way to be laid before the lodge. After a little discussion it was resolv...
LATEST CABLEGRAMS. London, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 5 February 1894
LATEST CABLEGRAMS. ' [From the Press Telegraph Association.] London, Monday. Final arrangements have been made for tho exeoution on the guillotine oE Vaillant, the anarchist who was sentenced to death for exploding a bomb in the French Chamber of Deputies. The Duke of Cambridge has issued a remarkable circular to che Generate commanding throughout the country, in the course of which he deplores tho great prevalence of vice in garris in towns, and urges activity by military aathorities in order to suppress it.
MELBOURNE. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 5 February 1894
MELBOURNE. Mondav. John Barker, a larrikin, was fined £10 or three months' imprisonment for assaulting a constable. The Premier attaches no importance to the dis pute between the Minister of Public Works and the Railway Commissioners, and says it is absurd for the Cabinet to undertake the settlement of frpioVifcu Robert and Annie SfcevenB, a married couple, have been arrested on a charge of shop-breaking at Fitzroy. A quantity of Btolen goods was found on their premises supposed to be the proceeds of numerous burglaries at Fitzroy recently. Dr. Nield, in a letter to a Melbourne paper, says in 90 per cent, of 600 infant corpses he has ex amined, death was due to wilful suffocation. He estimates there are 1400 men living in Melbourne who have cheated, the hangman.
LATEST SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY. Monday afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 5 February 1894
LATEST SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. [From the Press Telegraph Association.] SYDNEY. Monday afternoon. Frederick Robson, a young man, was charged before Mr. Edwards at the Central Police Court to-day with having insufficient lawful visible means of support. Accused was defended by Mr. Wallace. Detective Hoskinson stated that on Saturday morning he saw the accused in Erskine-street giving out tote cards to different neonle : he uaw Constable Hamilton give accused half-a-crown he had previously marked; he received a ticket for the Tramway Handicap to be run at Moorefield ; he had seen accused doing something before ; accused ran a tote ; he found 22s 6d on accused in silver; the ticket he got from Hamilton. Mr. Wallace contended it had been held by the Supreme Court that it was not an offence when it was done outside. Accused was sentenced to a month's hard labour ; notice of appeal was given, pending which another case of a similar nature was postponed. At the Quarter Sessions to-day a boy name...
ITEMS OF INTEREST. [ORIGINAL AND SELECTED.] [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 5 February 1894
ITEMS OF INTEREST. [Original and Selected.] The Protestants of the world number about 137,000,000. The scales used at the London Mint are capable o£ weighing to the 1000th part of a grain. A watch is said to tick 157,680,000 times in a year, and the wheels to travel 3558J miles per annum. The year 1893 began on a Sunday, and finished on a Sunday, so that itcontained 53 Sundays. The vintners' Company of London has completed a corporate existence of four centuries and a half. William is tbe commonest masculine name. Next in popularity comes Thomas, and after that James. Russia possesses at least one luxury, in a breed of dogs which are said to be naturally quite unable to bark. Worn sovereigns and half-sovereigns to the amount of .£10,000,000 were withdrawn from circu lation in 1892. One of the rules in force at the new University of Chicago is that every student must take at least one hour's physical exercise every day. A Japanese inventor has patented a device by which every member ...
SYDNEY. ARRIVALS.—FEBRUARY 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 5 February 1894
SYDNEY. ARRIVALS.— Febhuarv 8. ' Corinna, b.. 1279 tons, Captain W. A. Fearco, from Laun ceRfon, 30th January. Viotoria, s., 765 tons, Captain Or. Andrews, from Townsvllle, via ports, Elect™, a.. 395 tons, Captain E. Farrell, from Manning River 3rd February. Oonah, e., 1695 tonp, Captain FeatUeretone, from Newcaatle, en route to Hobart. Namol, 3., 1415 tons, Captain A. W. Knowleg, from New castle. Kilmory, ship, 1569 tona, Captain H. AVallaco, from London, 11th November. Loch Broom, four-masted ship, 2075 tonB, Captain J. P. Radford, from Calcutta Gth December. Ltura, e., 1174 tons, Captain J. D, Joy, from Brisbane and. Queensland ports. February 4. City of Grsfton, a.. 825 tons, Captq'm D. Anthem , from - Clarence River 3rd February. Burrawang. s., 391 tons, Captain R.. Taplin, from Maoleay River 3rd February. Tomki s., Ctiptaia H. Jackson, frcm Richmond River 2nd February. Derwent, 9., 478 tons, Captain J. 'Selmcs, from Brisbane 2nd February Oakland n., 80S tons, Captain B. Alley,...
Singing For His Life. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 5 February 1894
Singing For His Life. John Abell, a celebrated singer and musician who lived in the reign of Charles II., had a very great notion of himself, aud would not perform unless he pleased. There is funny story told of how he was once made to sing against his will. While travelling abroad for pleasure he came into the town of Warsaw. News was brought to the palace of the famous English singer's arrival, and Frederick Augustus, the King of Poland, immediately sent word that he desired Abell to appear before him. ' Tell his majesty,' replied John curtly, ' that it suits me not.' Back went the court messenger with a wry face ; he knew his master's temper too well. 'Tell master Abell,' thundered the king, 'That I will have him come ! And take you boy, three stout fellows with you. The messenger and the three stout fellows be tween them managed to carry out the royal wish, and presently marched triumphantly up to the palace with their unwilling captive. The king waB awaiting them in the great h...
THE BAY [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 5 February 1894
THE BAY. Fehrcary 5.— St. Agatha, virgin and martvr, patrone3s of Halts, 241. The martyrs ol Pontus, 30-J. St. Abranmius, blahop ol Atbela, martyr, EJ8. St. Avitue, archbishop of . vionne, 125. St. Alice (or Adelaide), abbeaa at Cologne, 1015. Tile twcnty-4ix martyrs of .fopan, 1037. /torn.— Uinhop I'hoim, Tanner, 1074 (N S.), Market. Livina *wi; Itev. Dr. John Liagaiti, iiiptorian. 1771, Winchester; Sir «.bert Peel, Bart., statesman. 17S8, Bury, Lancashire; Dr. John i'.ndley, botanist, 1771:, Cation. Died.— Marcus Cato, R G. -0, Ct!ca\ James Meyer, Flemifh scholar, 1552; Adriun Keland. Orientalist and Scholar, 1718, Utrecht; James, Ear! Stanhope, political character, 1721, '?CAtomfng; Dr. William Cullen, 1790. Kirhnctcton ; Lewis -5alvani, discoverer of Gaivani-m. 1799. Biloqna.; Thomas Banks, aoulptor, 1805 ?, General JPaoIi, Cor=ican p'atriot, 1807.
GRETA. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 5 February 1894
GRETA. (From our correspondent.) Cricket.— A novel and exciting exhibition ot thiB game came off on the public park on Saturday, when eleven of the adepts at it-onr first 11, as a matter of fact,— essayed to show that they could knock spots out of any twenty-four amateur players that the town could send against them. The Lilydale amateur team was quickly got to rrpf-.W. and the Daities met on the convincing ground in the afternoon, when an innings each was played, much to the delight of the (spectators, the triumph of the novices, and the utter humilia tion of our 'crack 11.' Why, they were fairly run over by the green hands m every department of the game and were all out for 96, and the amateursmanaged to run up a score of 158. Not being present at the match we cannot supply details, but we have been informed that the non-playing team showed some magnificent form, especially when at tho wicket, some of them being regular old stickers and defying the best bewling of their opponents....
WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 5 February 1894
WEEKLY CALENDAR. ; „ I High Water at Sun Son \'a *l Newcastle. 'Rises. Set3. \%S- ? a Morn. Even. j H. M. | n. M. H. M. It. M February, fi Mon. -3 . 29 7 . 0 I 20 8.3 8 . 23 6 Tues. 5 . 2D 0 '. 59 i 0 8 . 42 9 . 1 7 Wed. 5 . 30 0 . 5.1 1 9 . 18 9 . 85 8 Tlmrs. I 5 31 (1.67 ! 2 0.61 10. 7 ? 0 Frl. I 5 . 32 I 6 . SO [ 3 10 . 23 10 . 39 ? -10 Sat. I 5 33 C.S4 4 10 . fiG 11 . 12 ? 11 Sun. I 5 34! CM 5 11 ? 30 11 . 48 Chances of the Moon. ?? New Moon, Tuesday, February 6, 7h'. 50m. a.m. First Quarter. Tuesday. February 13, 8b. 48m p.m. Full Moon, Tuesday, February 20, 12h. 21m. p.m. Last Quarter, TueEfJay, February 27, 1011. 33m. p m.
Gardening and Agricultural Memoranda for February. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 5 February 1894
; Gardening and Agricultural Memoranda for February. ? Kxtchek Gabdf.n ?. Celery must be earthed up as required, and more may bo planted out for a succession. Continue to Hn peas, bean8, beet, turnips, broccoli, &c, and plant out Whatever may he left in the seed beds. Carefully attend to traouxiber plants, watering well in dry weather. — Flower Garden: Thin out dnnlia buds. I'lnut out perennial and biennial flowering plant*-, such as stocks, aweet- Williams, Sc, in cionay aaye, ana Rive wem water, lveep an ueas auQ ooroera tree Irom weeds ; remove all decayed bloom. — Orchard and Knurr Garden : Attend to all fruit trees, removing all ripe fruit. Clear grnpe vines from all useless shoots and tendrils. Bee that all the breaches are exposed to the sun and air — iTield Operations: Sow Cape barley and turnipa. Plant potatoes. Keap maize crops clean. Cut tobacco. Gather all ripe cotton pods, faldn? care cot to injure or break the plants. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 189'1.
ARMING THE POLICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 5 February 1894
ABHING THE ' POIiIGE. Natubally enough, the mnrderona violence of the two burglars who laid low so many policemen last week has re-awakened the controveroy about arming the constabulary with lethal weapons. Although the aspaalt upon the five officers was severe, we que-fcion whether the conditions are yet present v hich would justify a change from present arr a?e menta as to arming the police. Orcour. e we ?eJiall not be understood to ba waufcirg in Bympathy with tfce brave men who so nobly did their duty on Friduy morning. But it cannot yet be said that burglars and other ? criminals oE their type habitually and syatemaficftHy resort to violence. Thu cases are widely separated in time in which the police are treated as Ba-wden, Lyons, Taylor, McOourt, and AJfond were treated. And we venture to think the persistent bravery of ' these officer*, the doggednesH with which, as one was smitten down, hie comrade sbepped .into-ithe breach, will have aa_-good an effect upon the crimiual cla...
OFFICIAL LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 5 February 1894
OFFICIAL LETTER. From Mr. R. G. D. Fitz-Gerald, M.L.A. for the Upper Hunter, we have received the following with a request for publication : Public Works Department, _ Sydney, 25th January, 1894. Sir,— With reference to the letter dated the 7th ultimo, iorwaraea oy you from Mr. D. Qaigley of Merriwa, asking for a further grant of £285 for the completion of the road from Merriwa to Bunnan I am directed by the Secretary for Public Works to inform you that it is reported there is very little vehicular traffic on this road, and it is considered the annual vote should suffice for all necessary wodes during the current year.— I have, etc., J. Barling, Under Secretary.