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Maitland Stock Market. MONDAY'S SALES. J. N. BRUNKER'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 5 February 1894

Maitland Stock Market. MONDAY'S SALES. 3. n. brunkeb's rebobt. Fat. Cattle;— Full supplies yarded, a large pro portion of which were very prime. My. consign ments were chiefly light weights and medium quality. Having first sale gave me a great advan tage, and I had by far the best saleH of the day. My sales comprise : On account J. J. Graham, bul locks at £4, 89 to £-i 10s, steers at £3 3s to £4, do. light at £2 10s ; Miss Graham, 3teers at £3; W Nicholla, cows at ^83 ; J. R. Dixon, jun., steers afc £3 13b to £3 16s ; W. Fraser, jun., light heifers at _U5sto £1 18s; J. Law ler, steers at £3 to .£3 39, ditto (light) 1 at £2 5s, cowa at £3 2s} Geo. Roberta, steers at ^3 5s to £3 17s 6d. Fat Calves. — Market fully supplied, and I have no change to note either .in demand or value. I sold J. Lawler'sat 9a 6d to £2 2s 6d ; J. O'Donnell's at 10b ; agents at £1 15s ; P. Long's at 12s. Fat Sheep. — The supply forward to-day was the f largest for some time past, and although values were lower...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 5 February 1894

ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION. To-moimiow, Tuesday, February fc Mr Jas. N. Bbonkeh, at Newcastle, at ten, farm and dairy H.r&OKSSarCo^MKnKs^rat'NeWcaBt1e, at three, m^X^^A at three, farm produce, dairy H. Yo°rk &' Son, at the shed and yards of the /a™e™ f'°' clBtion, SiDgleton, at half-past ten, farm, field, and dairy .GnAPii(GdEne&:FALKiNEn, at the Farmers' Central Market*, sfngleton, at eleven, farm and dairy produce, poultry, Mr.$.SG.eBROOKEU, at the Union ehed, Paterson, 2 springing cows. SHIPPING. ? THE NEWCASTLE and HUNTEE KIVEK STEAMSHIP CO. (Limited,)— The Company a First-class PASSENGER STEAMERS NIGHTLY (Sunday excepted) FEOM SYDNEY at 11, and FROM NEWCASTLE at 11.30. Cargo forwarded to and from Morpeth and Sydney daily. Berths can be seemed by letter, or telegram, to the Traffic Manager, Newcastle Office. 19 F. J. THOMAS, Manager. M' ~ESSAGERIES MAEITIMES. — SYDNEY TO LONDON, VIA PARIS. Steamers of 5000 tons, under postal contract with 4he French Gov...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. NEWCASTLE. ARRIVALS—FEBRUARY 4TH. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 5 February 1894

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. NEWCASTLE. (Prom our Correspondenl.) AKRIVALS— FEunuAnr 4th. Golden Shore, from Port Pirie; Hesper, from Adelaide; Northern Chief, from Melbourne: No. 404 ateam dredge, from Renfrew, Scotland, and Thursday Island ; Sonttiern Cross, from Sydney. , ' . DEPARTURES— February 4th. Oonah, for Hobart; Glaucus. for Melbourne; Age, for Melbourne ; King Arthur, for Millend ; Melbourne, for Mel bourne ; O. M. Tuoker, for Noumea ; Wyoming, for Richmond River ; G Kiel, for Valparaiso. ARRIVALsTTmonday. Sophia Ann, b., from Sydney ; Franklin, a., from Sydney. x DEPARTURES— Monday. Osseo, barque, for Antofagastu : Northern Moaarch, enip, for Valparaiso; Nellie, s., for Lake Macquarie.

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HIGGENS, MARSHALL, AND CO.'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 5 February 1894

HIGGENS, MARSHALL, AND CO/s BEPOET. Fat Cattle. — Market fairly supplied and values unchanged. Our sales comprise — Account of R. T. Blaxland, cows at £2 13s to £3 13s, heifers at £2, steers at £3 ; J. Roberts, bullocks at £3 14a ; J. H. Pengilley, steers at £1 18a 6d, cows at £2 10s fco £9 6b, heifers at .£1 13a 6d to £2 7s; G. D. Bell, steers at £2 5s to £2 12s 6d ; J. Hunt; steers at £2 7s ; J. Reid, bullocks at £4,, Bteers^at £2 12a to £2 16s 6i} T. Goodwin, steerB at £2 9s to £2 17s. Fat Calves. — Only prime vealers command atten tion ; other descriptions are dull of sale. We have sold, for J. H. Pengilley, vealers at £1 10a to £1 ISa 6d. Fat Sheep. — Fair supplier forward, demand very , brisk, and values firm. Extra prime wethers sold ? to 13s, good IO3 to 11s, light weights at a propor tionate reduction. We sold for White Bros., wethers (light), tops at 6s to 7s 7d, seconds, 5s 5d to 5s lid. Fat Pigs. — Small supplies; market firm. We sold 38 at 9s 3d to £1 Is.

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Queensland Stock Movements and State of the Country. (Queenslander, Feh. 3.) [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 5 February 1894

Queensland Stock Movements and State of the Country. (Quccnslandcr, Feb. 3.) The weather since our last report has been very unsettled in all parts of Queensland except the south-west, and heavy general rains have been reported. The south-eastern districts especially have experienced the full force of the storm system which has been causing some uneasiness on the coast for the past fortnight. The storm is now receding, and fine weather has set in. The groat problem at present is the want of rain in the far west. Storms with acceptable showers are being experienced in isolated places, and Mr. Wragge, though he gives no hope of general rain, still anticipates a continuance of these local squalls, which in their way do a great deal of good. The capricious nature of such showers is illus trated by the telegram of our correspondent at Winton, where the rainfall was 0'41in., whereas 4in. fell at Whitwood, eighty-five miles northward, and 3-Jin. at Jackson's, twenty miles nearer to Hughen ...

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 5 February 1894

~-~ LOCAL NEWS. Mechanics' Insiitute, East Maitland.— The annual general meeting of members of the above will be held in the hall of the institution, tomor row (Tuesday) at eight p.m. The business is that ordinarily transacted at such gatherings — the adoption of a report of the proceedings of the past year, and the election of officers and committee for the ensuing twelve inontiis. . A Eeheuy fob Diphtheria.— The following treat ment will, it is said, effect a cure in cases of diph theria, having been used with success by many residents on the Upper Williams River :—' Dress the throat with tannin and glycerine, as much tan nin a9 the glycerine will take up when reduced to a fine powder in a mortar. Pour off a little of the mixture in a tenspoon, roll the point of a feather well in, press the tongue of the patient gently down with the handle of a teaspoon or a bit of stick, and pass the feather well down the throat, turning it round. This will loosen whatever is in the throat, and t...

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DISTRICT NEWS. RAYMOND TERRACE. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 5 February 1894

DI8TEICT NEWS. [Faosi our. Correspondents.] RftYflaOSSD TERRACE. On Friday evening Mr. R. A. Price, a gentleman from Sydney, addressed a meeting of electors at the Creamery, Miller's Forest. There were about ninety persons present, and Mr. A. J. King was voted to the chair. Mr. Price was listened to attentivelv. and spoke for about an hour. Mr. Price was a can didate for Gloucester at the two past elections, and on each occasion appeared as a protectionist and supporter of Sir G. R. Dibbs. His speech was in the main the same as what he delivered during his candidature, though on this occasion he re pudiated any allegiance to Sir G. E. Dibbs. Mr. Price had very little to Eay on the subject of pro tection, but made the rather startling proposition that the Government should resume the estate of the Hon. John Eales, cut it up into small holdings, and sell to the present occupiers on long terms of payment. He modestly claimed a large portion of the credit for the retrenchment made by th...

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LATE NEWS BY CABLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 5 February 1894

LATE NEWS BY CABLE. The following messages were taken from the Herald, :— London, Feb. 2. Mr. James Huddarfc, the managing owner of the Canadian-Australian Line, has sailed io-r Canada. He will interview Sir John Thompson, the Premier of the Canadian Dominion, upon the sabject of a rase Atlantic steam service between Canada ana England to connect with the Vancouver line. Mr. Huddart will also confer with Sir Thomas M'llwraith, who is at present in Ottawa, upon the question as to Queensland subsidising the Canadian Australian line. Mr. Robert Reid, the Victorian Minister of Defence, who is visiting England on a commercial mission on behalf of his colony, wilk probably / arrange for a meeting in London with M*tf CecilC Rhodes, Premier of the Cape Colony, and ' Sir Charles Tupper, High Commissioner for Canada, with fche object of discussing trade relations between the colonies and the mother country, and to make joint proposals to the home Government. The Farnellites spction of the Iri...

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Daily Weather Report. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 5 February 1894

Daily Weather Eeport. The following meteorological and weather informatiou was received at the West Maitland telegraph station to-day:— Armidale— Cnlra, cloudy Aberdeen— Fine, calm, clear Branxton— Fine, calm, clear Bourke — North-east, line Breeza— Calm, line Boggsbri— Calm, fine Bamiba— Calm, fine, hot, river low Bingara— Calm, line-, hot ; river, 2tt. 4in., tailing ; 115 points Brewarrina— North, flue CaBsilis— Calm fine Coolah— Calm, fine Coonabarabran — North-east, fine Coonainble— North, fine Clarence Town— Calm, fine, clear Denman— Calm, tine, clear Dungog— Calm, tine, clear Greta— Calm, fine, clear Glen Innea— IS., light, line warm Goodooga — E., fine Gunnedah— Calm, fine Guudy— Calm, fine Jerry's Plains— Calm, fine Uerriwa— Calm, fine Muawellbrook— Calm, line, clear Murrurundi— Calm, fine Moonan Brook— Calm, fine Morpeth— W . light, flue Millie— N.. fine ' ? lloree— Culm, fine Manilla— Calm, fine, clear; river low Mofiil Mogil— Calm, fine Mungindi— Calm, fine Newcastle— N B...

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Aldermanic Amenities. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 5 February 1894

Aldermanic Amenities. In our report of Friday night'3 proceedings of the West Maitland Borough Council we were compelled to leave out much of what was said by aldermen for want of space. In endorsing Alder man Wilkinson's remarks in proposing the customary vote of thanks, Alderman Cracknell spoke of the great pleasure it gave him to sit in the Council with the members who were about retiring, and he felt glad that three he number at least were aspirants for re-election —the Mayor, Alderman Taylor, and Alderman Toung. He had not the slightest doubt that no better man could have fulfilled the duties of the office of Mayor and Chairman of the Improve ment Committee than Mr. Crothers, a remark which was received with applause. Alderman Taylor and Young were both good alderman, and be sincerely trusted they would all have a walk-over at the election, for they deserved it. The courtesy the Mayor expressed to every alderman around the board — and especially to the speaker for his little sh...

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NARRABRI WEST C. C. v. NAMOI UNITED C. C. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 5 February 1894

NARRABRI WEST C. C. v. NAMOI UNITED C. C. For the third time this season these clubs met and player!, on Saturday last, the usual friendly game, which resulted in the defeat of the N. U. C. C. on the first inninga. Some good play was shown on both sides. For the West, Morath played good free cricket for 36, whilst WRlker. -Bridge, and Mannix proved to be Blight ' barriers,' and greatly assisted in bringing the score beyo»d the century, to the total of 135. In the United'a first innings their best players succumbed to Morath'd ' curly ones,' the last wicket falling for 68. Being G7 in arrears it was decided to let tlieN, U. C. C. follow on, and nt call of time had five wioketB down for 148, Billy McCoskcr 82 not out. and W. Coleman 49. These two players succeeded in keeping their wiokets for a considerable tlmo, wiping out the deficiency of the previous innings, and carrying the scores far beyond what was anticipated. Had time permitted the game to have been completed tbe result undo...

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CRICKET. ALBIONS v. PEARLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 5 February 1894

CRICKET; ALBIONS v. PEARLS. A match between the first elevens of tbe Pearls and Albions commenced on the Albion Ground on Saturday, in tbe presence of » fair number of spectators. The Albione went to the wickets at bali-past two o'clock, and they lost three wickets for 80 runs. Giles and Lindsay then became partners, and they pat together 115 runs before Lindsay was thrown out. The batsman, on returning to the payilion, was greeted with a weU-deserved round of applause for a beautifully played innings of 63 runs. Bruce Ross took Lindsay's place, and In a short time the came Btood— f our out tor 200. Giles made a great stand at the wicket?, and was top acore with 70. Birkmyre came third on the list with 40, put together by excel lent play. The innings closed for 288 runs. A number of the Pearl)' best men were absent, and tbe fielding wa9 not np to the ububI standard. Messrs M. Costello and Arthur Keevers were umpires. The game will be resumed on Satnrday next. Following are the score...

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LATE GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 5 February 1894

LATE GENERAL NEWS. A xietition for the compulsory liquidation of the Sreta Cosl Mining Company will shortly occupy bhe attention of the courts. The petition is lodged at the instance of Hudson Brothers, Limited. There is a great glut of wheat in Victoria, the Melbourne price being 2a 5d per bushel, or 10|d less than this time last year. Large lots are stacked on country stations, while the railway traffic is also heavy. A couple of enterprising theatrical lessees have leased from the Zoological Society, an elephant which is to take part in a procession, etc., to be shortly produced at one of the Sydney theatres. It is reported that Arthur Rodgers, who was sent out four days ago with a black tracker to search for the missing men, returned to Normanton (Queensland) on Thursday, and states that Cap tain George Campbell and a portion of the crow landed on the Mitchell, 180 miles north from Normanton, not at Gilbert, as one of the snrvivors stated. The men joixrneyed to some distance, sw...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 5 February 1894

A Chicago shoe manufactory makes 20,000 pairs of ' dead men's shoes' a month. The soles are of pasteboard, covered with grain paper, the upperB are quilted satin and crochet work and a ribbon tied in a bow knot holds the shoo to the foot.

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THE POSITION OF THE BOROUGH COUNCIL AND RETRENCHMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 5 February 1894

THE POSITION OF THE BOEOUGH COUNCIL AND RETRENCHMENT. Sir, — The worthy Treasurer of the above, in his statement on Friday last, says that the debt is £34,000, and the annual charge for repayment and interest of the debt iB £2093 9a ; and for five years the expenditure has exceeded the income at the ' rate of .£2000 per annum, and the amount available foe the current year's expenditure will be .£23 per week. In the face of the Council's position, is it necessary that two Town Clerks be employed at £325, and an overseer at £149 10s, to manage the expenditure of £23 per week, while one man is ex pected to perform two offices at £2 10s ? The proposition is absurd. I maintain, if two offices are combined, the overseer, whose duty it is to visit every street in the town, has ample time to perform the duties, and would be well paid at £149 10s per annum ; in fact, a working overseer at 10s per week I above the pay of the ordinary workmen would meet all the requirements of the Council for ...

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. A DEMORALISED PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 5 February 1894

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. A DEMOEALISED PARLIAMENT. SiBj — If anything were required to complete the measure of dissatisfaction with which the proceed ings of the existing Legislative Assembly' is regarded by the great bulk of the community, it would be the scandalous manner in -which a whole sitting was wasted the other evening in the abortive attempt to punish a Sydney newspaper editor for certain reflections cast ux-on the legislative body. If members of the Legislative Assembly understand their duties aright, they ?would endeavour to proceed with the business of the country, instead of Beeking to muzzle the press, which, after all, is fee true guardian of the people's liberties and interests. If a repetition of such dis graceful scenes is to be prevented, the electors must exercise greater care ia the choice of their re presentatives. It matters not whom fihey elect, be he labourer or capitalist, so long as he places publie duty before private interest or passion. When members of t...

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LATE SPORTING NEWS. [FROM THE PRESS TELEGRAPH ASSOCIATION.] CANTERBURY PARK RAGES. Monday afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 5 February 1894

LA1L SruhllHb'HhWa Feoh the Pr-bss Delegrai/h Association.] CANTERBURY PARK RACES. ' Monday afternoon. Following are the weights for Saturday's meeting : — Hurdle Race. — Kissing Cnp 11-5, Auctioneer 11-3, Hilma 10-9, Over 10-7, The Broker 10-5, Mark Twain 9-9, Gundamulla 9-7, Irrara 9-5, Coghill 9-3, Kilmany 9-3, Martinet 9-0. Flying Handicap. — All Sorts 9- 10, Bendigo 9-5, Kinkora 8-9, Pilot Boy 8-7, Clinker 8-7, Bncclenoh 8-5, Mabel 8-5, Veno S-3, Bliss 8-3, Brown and Gold 8-0, Ophir 8-0, Hermit 7-9, Sir Oliver 7-9, The Roe 7-7, Violet 7-7, Reversion 7-5, Rockwall 7-5, Result 7-3, Calliope 7-3, Kilmore7-0, Menter 7-0, lima 6-H, Serfcum 6-11, Princess Olgo G-9, Merry Belle 6-9, Venice 6-7, Duke of York 0-7. Park Stakes.— Myall King II. 8-0, His Emi nence 8-0, Cornet 7-11, Melodia 7-11, Redan 7-9, Jack Ratling 7-9, Finis 7-6, Dagworth II. 7-6, Coral 7-2, Deceiver 7-0, Geebung 7-0, Avoampre 7-0, Mercurius 0-11, Reconstruction 6-11, Gala 6-9, Loch Awe 6-9, Captivity 7-6, Attachment ...

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ECHOES OF SPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 5 February 1894

ECHOES OP SPORT. Following are the pedigrees of the winners at Moorofield on Saturday :— Over, by Andover— dam unknown ; Albecore, by Splendor — Sea Swallow ; Barney, by Julian Avenal — Satanella; Veno by Idalium— Yolande 5 Reversion, by Sommis— Belle of Cobham ; His Reverence, by The Groy Palmer — Crucifix. In first-class matches Dr. W. G. Grace has once scored over fourjhundred runs in one innings, once over three hundred, seven times over two hun dred, and ninety-one tknes over one hundred. Tho stewards who officiated at the meeting at Moorefield on Saturday did their work — I cannot call it duty — in a most peculiar and perfunctory manner that deserves some recognition at the hands ^\P iz'Un A T fi .QoTr/3i««7 nP b\ia laAo wrlirt 1)O/? »irtn**i-n in the Tramway Handicap are said to have misbe haved themselves, and after investigation the stewards decided to suspend Cook for a month, whilst Durston, Phoonix, A. Delasey, Tierney, Gardner, and Luckman were each asked to stand down ...

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YARRAMAN. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 5 February 1894

YAKRAMAN. Monday. Stock Passings. — A nice lot of fat cattle, picked by Mr. J. H. Pengilley for Mr. Bob Hr.ydon, started last week for Sydney markets, Thrift in charge. For quality they ought to command top prices. A very interesting game of polo was played on Moreduval grounds last Saturday. The respective sides were — Mr. R. J. Siinson (captain), Messrs. J. M. Allison, T. Finlay, and W. Sitnson v. J. Simson (captain), D. M'Donald, J. Melrosc, and E. Hall. From the start it was great play, and the game was nigh perfection, for both sides wero well mounted and good players, at times the contest being marked with great skill and finish. Si:: goak to four was the result after a splendid finish. The losing four are matched against Kockgedgiol at a near date, and I tip tho Wallaroo3 to win.

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West Maitland Police Court. MONDAY, FEB. 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 5 February 1894

'West Mainland Police Court. Moj»ixa.t, Feb. 5. ?The Bench at the 'West Maitland Police Court ?this morning was occupied by the Police Magistrate (Mr. J. N. Brooks), anfl Mr. H. Crothers, J.P. 'Bsunkennkss. — Three persons, two women and a man were each fined 103 or forty-eight hours for drunkenness. Obscene Language. — Gertrude Martin and Annie Clarke were charged mth. having made use of obscene language. Tltecase against Gertrude Martin was withdrawn on account of having. been wrongly laid, and Annie Clarke pleaded gwilty, and was fined 40s or a month. To a further charge of of damaging the property of the Government Annie Clarko also pleaded guilty, and was fined la, cvith 6s Gd the value of the article, in default 21 days, the sentences to be concurrent. Riotous BHjvf-vioDR. — Albert Southorpe pleaded guilty to having been fighting in front of Watson's Hotel on Saturday night. Fined 10s levy and distress { in default, 48 hours. Enteb&vg EnoiiGsbd Lands. — George Connolly...

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