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MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 14 April 1894

MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Wills of the Week. — Duty to tho amount of .£818 lis was paid last week on probates and letters of administration in connection with the following estates: — J. C. McDonald, Glen Innes, £005: A. Sneatb, Wombah Creek, XI 00 ; C. Dennett, Miller's Forest, £770; T. P. Fitzsimmons, Blacktown, £8530; F. M. Clayton, Concord, £2870; W. C. Capper, Burwood, £735 ; Thomas Honey, Ifiama, £5125 ; G. Richardson, Gulargambone, £6880 ; C. Harris, Parramatta, £5G0 ; P. Kerwick, Marrunga, £2345 ; R. J. B. Tyler, Sydney, £990 : J. R. Has well, Surry Hills, £3-100 ; M. A. Keyte, Major's Creek, £490 ; J.Matthews, St. Peters, £1100; B. Riley, Redfern, £460 ; N. Travers, Broken Hill, £205 ; C. Murray, Murrumburrah, £3930 ; J. Summergreen, Sydney, £285 ; W. Blackwood, Summerhill, £585 ; A. Shermill, Goulburn, £230 ; R. Burrowes, Victoria, £G575 ; A. G. Forbes, Ella long, £2740; E.J, Stolz, Marrickville, £830; W. Parnaby, Albury, £465 ; H. Opperman, Woolloo mooloo, £390; J. Neillon, Gra...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 14 April 1894

MONEY TO LEND, in large or small sumB on approved security. ARTHUR R SHAW, Solicitor, 0598 West Maitland. J. *37. TEG-O-, AGENT Australian Mutual Fire Insurance Society. Established 1872. ^ H § , §2 i iS ft MpitiriBirigl be f !fi™j \ Head Office P'TT and KING STREETS, SYDNEY. Otaest Mutual Firs Offlco In Australia. Bonuses. — 20 per cent, paid annually since 1873 ; divided between Shareholders and Policy holders. 15 Days' Grace allowed for payment of Renewal Premiums, a protection afforded by no other Fira insurance Company. Hon. GEO. THORNTON, M.L.C., Chairman. WALTER CHURCH, Manager. J. T. TEGG, Agent, TownSHall, 7578 Hiflh-stroe#, West Maitlaifd. THE MUTUAL ASSURANCE SOCIETY OF VICTORIA, Ltd. Established 1870. Registered under the Companies Statute, 1864, and Life Assurance Companies Act, 1873, for Life Assurance Endowments & Annuities Chief Office in New South Wales : 279, GEORGE-STREET, SYDNEY. Directors : The Hon. George Thornton (Chairman), Dr. H. G. A. Wright, George...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 14 April 1894

NEURALGIA. NERVOUSNESS, TOOTHACHE, WEAKNESS AND GENERAL DEBILITY. QUICKLY AND POSITIVELY CURED BY CLEMENTS TONIC. WHICH RESTORES THE VIGOR, SNAP, AND HEALTH OP YOUTH. READ YOUR NEIGHBOUR'S EVIDENCE. Mr. F. T. Sharp, commercial traveller, George street, East Maitland, N.S.W., who writes on Feb ruary lGth, 1893 : — I have great pleasure in bearing testimony as to the curative properties of your valuable Clements Tonic. For several years I have Buffered-from rheumatism in the the sciatic nerve from the hip up the spine. After other remedies failing I was induced to try Clements Tonic, and at once found relief therefrom. In fact I can safely say that owing to its wonderful virtues I am now thoroughly cured, and able to attend^ to my duties again. At one time I thought it was im possible to recover, as it had become deep-seated and chronic. I have much pleasure in adding this unsolicited testimony to the number you have already received. Hoping that others may also re cjive the same bene...

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What Boots! [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 14 April 1894

What Boots ! Some one says of Charles Lamb's jokes that they were thrown off in a spirit of reckless fun, regard less of the quality or prosperity of the sally. He did not care a straw whether a joke was funny enough to be laughed at or good enough to be remembered. On his table one day lay a copy of Wordsworth, open at the page of contents. It was a most slov enly edition, and the contents, in particular, were absurdly printed. For example, the sonnet begin ning. Alas ! what boots tlie long, laborious quest, had been entered with mercantile speed as i Alas ! what boots Lamb came into the room with a friend, and in taking up the hook these words met his eye. 'Yes,' he said, reading them in a doleful tone, 'he may well say that. I paid Hoby three guineas for a pair tjjat tore like blotting-paper when I was leaping a ditch to escape a farmer who pursued me with a pitchfork for trespassing. Alas 1 what boots ! But why should Wordsworth wear boots in Westmoreland ? Pray advise him to pa...

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London Colonial Wool Sales. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 14 April 1894

London Colonial Wool Sales. The second series of colonial wool sales of the present year commenced on February 27, the quan tities offered being as follows :— New South Wales 4220 bales; Queensland, 2117 bales j Victorian 9G4 bales; South Australian, 661 bales; New Zeal land, 1176 bales ; Cape, 147 bales ; Natal, 30 bales making a total of 9315 bales. There was an average attendance of buyers, and competition was fairly animated. Compared with the rates «urrent at the close of the preceding auctions, prices for Austra lasian wool showed no alteration, report Messrs. Charles Balme & Co., save in the case of heavy and wasting shipments, and the medium grades of crossbreds, which ruled occasionally slightly weaker. South African produce, which was poorly repre sented, sold somewhat irregularly at previous quotations.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 14 April 1894

The 'Daily' and ' Weekly Mercury.' NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS, T ETTI2RS to the Editor, Country Correapon JU detice, and Nuws Items intended for i&serUoti in either the DAILY or WEEKLY MERQURY anuit in future-be addressed to the Editor. Busi ness communications, including orders for adver tisements, etc., however, should be addressed to the Proprietors. T'JCKER, GSLUES, & THOMPSON, Proprietors. Zlercury Office, Maitland, March 5, 1891'. APRIL. S ^ Piuses or the moon. g w New Moon...... GLli ... 2. 6 p.m. H £ Mrst Quarter.. 13th ... 10 38 a.m. ? . 2 v- Full Moon ? 20th ... 1. 7 p m. o- _ 0 ° Last Quarter... 28th ... 1.20 p.m. ?£ g £ «* Perigee, 11th, 1 p.m. g g Q P Apogee, 26th, 6 p.m. w REMAnitABLE. Events. a ra p m 1 Sun Low Sunday . Q 13 5 54 3 Mon Military Encampment 1891 G 14 5 S3 8 Tiies Torpedo ex. Middle Head, 5 Hyea lost 1801 c 15 5 51 4 Wed Kail to 13atliurst 187G C 16 5 50 Slhur Census taken throughout colonics 1891 6 1C 5 49 C Fri (;-) Urilifh Mueuum establi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 14 April 1894

Brave and Heady. Some yearB ago, a company of geologists were examining some rocks between Aberystwith and Llanrliystyd, in Wales, and were making their way along a narrow ledge of projecting rock, on the face of a cliff, about a hundred and twenty feet above the level of the Bea. As they rounded a projecting angle, the rock on which the last man stood gave way. He was whirled round, with his face to the sea, but, with instant presence of mind, grasped the ledge at his side with one hand, and extended the other to the man in ad vance, who happened to bo his uncle. The latter grasped him, and thus held liim for fully five minutes, having only six inches of standing ground. There was a breathless pause, during which the uncle gazed upon a rock, some ninety feet below, on which the young man was doomed to be dashed. ' Tom,' he said at length, with perfect calmness, ' there is but one way for it. I'll save you, or we will die together. Loose your hold of the rock.' ' Yes uncle,' said th...

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LATEST ADVANCE IN BUTTER MAKING. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 14 April 1894

XiATEST ADVANCE IN BUTTER MAKING. German scientists are following up the microbe theory in butter making closely. Their latest observations (says Sural Austral ian bear out the experiences of Danish butter makers, that these minute things have im mense influence upon the flavour of th^ product — that, in short, the ripening of cream, whether it be desirable in point of flavour, or othecvise, ib due to the nature of the microbes that carry out the operation. This is strictly in accordance with the later experiences in fermentation, which is exer cising the rnitids of brewers and wine-makers. The difficulty, so far, is to so control the microbe ferments as to get the results aimed at. For dairying purposes it is said that there is more certainty than has yet been attained in manipulating microbe ferment for other purposes, and that with the power to reduce and control the temperature of cream and atmosphere while ripening and while churn ing, and all the operations being carried out w...

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Pleasantries. MAKING UP FOR IT. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 14 April 1894

Pleasantries. MAKING Ur FOB IT. ' Don't you think the Rev. Stilt's sermon's are awfully narrow ?' ' I suppose they are, but, goodness, he makes up for it, I should think, in length.' ANOT1IEU ONE. So you have married your late employer, after being his type-writer for so long a time ?' 'Yes.' ' Ton do not love him ?' '? No.' xuuu wuy uiu yuu marry mm r ' Because I got tired of having him dictate to me.' WHAT HB SnOtTLD DO. Clara — ' He says I singa more beautifully than any girl he knows. What do you think of that ?' Maud — ' I think he should extend his acc[uain« ? tance.' MAKING LEMONADE. Little Johnnie — 'You ought to see Mr. Kilbnrn and Clara make lemonade.' ' Mrs. Jones — ' How do they do it ?' Little Johnnie — 'Why Clara holds the lemon and Mr. Kilburn squeezes Clara.' nER BOLD CONFESSION. Mother — ' If you don't marry pretty soon, you'll be an old maid.' Pretty Daughter — ' The only man I want doesn't - want me.' 'Nonsense! let him know you want him, an3 ? then see.' ' I did....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 14 April 1894

GUN31A.KEK, ' WM'f lAITMHia Guns, Revolvers, and Ammunition. SELLING OFF AT COST PRICE. MltJST SELL. COME and INSPECT PRICES.' ? :o: ? LOADED CARTRIDGE P, 8s per 100. Empty Cartridge Canes, 2s 6d per 100. Cashmoro Guns, your own price, from .£3 10s up to £20. THE NEW AMERICAN TOBACCO , \ -YANKEE BOftlLE . PXjI JGr A RIVAL TO TUB 0L0 AMERICAN BRANDS. TO | ENO'S 'FRUIT SALT't Is invaluable in tho Nur3cry as a gentle laxative ; it is pleasant to the taste, and much superior - ^ to Senna or other nauseous drugs. It corrects tho ill-effects of over-eating or exhaustion, and is r extremely beneficial in any fevcrishness or heat of the skin. The bowels ought to be kept free 1 J FRUIT SALT' for a month or six weeks alter eruptive diseases, as Measles, k - Scarlet Fever, &c. ' - , THE great danger of sugar, pink or chemically-coloured I ! SHERBET, OR ACIDULATED SHERBET MASKED WITH S0GAR. — Experience shows that Sugar, Pink or Chemically-coloured Sherbet, or Acidulated Sherbet masked ...

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The Australian Wayfarers in Paraguay. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 14 April 1894

The Australian Wayfarers in Paraguay. Says one of the ' New Australia' settlers — a young woman — writing from Paraguay : — ' We all sleep on the floor, and have our meals, gipBy fashion, in the open air. It is great fun. We eat oranges all day and sit in the shade. Towards evening we go for a swim in the creek. We get 1000 orangeB for Is, and as many as we want for nothing. We transhipped at Monte Video to a beautiful steamer, the Rio Parana. We used to have dances every night. The Spaniards would often play the guitar, and when they did not our own fellows would play the violin or concertina. At Asuncion crowds of people came to welcome us, both Spaniards and Europeans. We camped two days in the theatre, an enormous brick building built by King Lopez, and the Spaniards used to bring us eggs, oranges, meat, vegetables, and water, and would not hear of payment. Some of the upper classes are remarkably handsome. Some of the boys used to hand us oranges and cigarettes through the gate...

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Sir Harry Verney and the Pope. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 14 April 1894

Sir Harrv Verney and the Pope. An anecdote of the late Sir Harry Verney, told by Mr. Alexander Devine, in the Manchester City News, will probably be new to most readers. One of Sir Harry's famous exploits was his ridiug across Argentina, and thereby hangs the tale. One day his attention was drawn to a figure lying on tbe roadside some miles from Santiago under the shelter of a rude hut of leaves and branches. 'Pulling up, he discovered a priest, who turned out to be in a high condition ot rever. verney ootainea assist ance, had the prostrate man carried to his own rooms, and practically nursed him into convale scence and eventual recovery. After some months of friendly intercourse and companionship, the two separated, and probably never thought to meet again. Many years passed, so many that the majority of men had lived tlieir lives ana died, but the two who had met under such striking circumstances still lived, the one Sir Harry Verney, the other no lees a person than Pio Nono, Pop...

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A DARING GAME. CHAPTER XXIII. NEVA'S DECISION ABOUT RUFUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 14 April 1894

A DARING GAME. CHAPTER XXL1J. nhva's DECISION ABOUT nUFUK, Before the clear sunlight of the soft Sep tember morning, which stole at lost into her pleneant room!', Neva's dream lost its vivid ness and Bemblance nf reality, and the con viction settled down npon her sonl that it was indeed 'only a dream.' She dressed herself for breakfast in a morn ing robe of white, with chorry-colonred ribbons ; but her face was very pale, and there was c look of unrest in her red-brown ayes when sb.a descended olowly and wearily to tbe breakfast-room at a later hour than usual. The room fnced the morning sun, and was octagon-ahapcd, one-half of the octagon pro jecting from the house wall, and being set with sashes of French plate-glass like a gigantic bay-window. One of the glazed sec tions opened like a door upon the eastern marble terrace, with its broad surface, its ? carved balustrade and its rows of rare trees and shrubs in portable tubs. There wan no one in the room when Neva entered it. The l...

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He had Enough. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 14 April 1894

He had Enough. Varied and characteristic were the methods of discipline of Captain F ? -, the master, of one of the most successful whale-ships that ever sailed from a New England port. An old sailor says that when ho was what might be termed ' a greeny ' he shipped with Captain F ? for a voy age to the Arctic Ocean. After some months of cruising, the ' salt grub ' ran short, and the crew were forced to eat the chickens and roosters which were aboard the ship. The narrator says : I didn't object to this kind of food, but there was grumbling among the men when we were served, day after day, with fowl. I heard all tho talk, and was simple enough to think it smart to crow lustily whenever tho steward was carrying in fowl to the captain's table. So delighted was I with my efforts that I grew bold, and one day I cockle-dooille-dooed just as close to the captain as I dared. Then I got out of the way. After meBS somebody came and told me that tbe captain wanted to see me aft. 'Well, Joe,' ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 14 April 1894

At the Bicfibre Hospital in Paris, the well-known surgeon, M. Landry, has performed a curious opera tion on a workman of Belgian nationality, says the Daily News. The Belgian, it appears, got drunk a short time ago, and was taken to the police station at Gentilly, when in a state of utter helplessneBB. While he was in the cells, another drunkard, a mechanical engineer named Machant was brought in, in a state bordering on delirium tremens. marcnant was in a terribly excited state, and he attacked his fellow-prisoner with extraordinary ferocity, striking him and, horrible to relate, biting off both his ears. When he came to himself. Marchant became very penitent, and asked to be taken to the bedside of his victim, who was now in the Bicotre Hospital, in order to ask his forgiveness. M. Landry, who was there, said, ' should you like to him back his ear3 'Certainly,' said the man. 'Then,' said the doctor, 'let mo cut a couple of Bmall slips of flesh from your arm, and it can be done. Th...

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BANKRUPTCY. WEDNESDAY APRIL 12. SEQUESTRATION ORDERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 14 April 1894

BANKRUPTCY. Wednesday April 12. sequestration orders. William Duncan, of Glenmore-road, Paddington, and Phillip-street, Sydney, builder and contractor. Mr. N. F. Giblin, official assignee. Thomas Castles, of Phillip-street, Parramatta, bricklayer. Mr. W. H. Palmer, official assignee. George Stewart Quail, of Bexhill, Richmond River. Mr. N. F. Giblin, official assignee. William Hanley, of Regent- street, Paddington. Mr. A. Morris, official assignee. John Smith, of Forbes-street (formerly of Dowl ing-street), Wooloomooloo. Mr. W. H. Palmer ofheial assignee. ' William Wiley Wiggins, of Broken Hill. Mr. A. Morris, offieial assingnee.

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POETRY. A SPRING CHANSON. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 14 April 1894

~ POETRY. I A SritlNG CnANSON. The glad springtide is here again: I The thrushes sing all day ; 'We've violets in the sheltered glen, And gorfr -bloom on the brae ; Along a green and daisied world . The Hgtits and shadow* Hit: The cherry tree with buds are pearled, The orocus lampa are lit. From gnarled apple boughs the buds ^ Of perfumed white and red Are peeping forth; in scented woods The wmd-iiower lifts its head; In lonely swamp and hollow springs The wild marsh marigold ; Beneath the llow'ring currant sings A blackbird gay and bold. The shimmering sunbeams sport and play Upon the beeches tall, And rest oh the laburnums gay Beside the garden wall. Oh. glad springtime! Irom shore to shore Your gifts are scattered free, And, best of all, you bring once more My true love back to me !

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 14 April 1894

a '» Notice to the Residents of thb 1 Paterson a nd District. 't ' D R. FB A P7 K LIDOEL L, P OK i High-slrsot, Vlaat nlaitiand, ) rs now visiting paterson ; X REGULARLY, and umy bo CON SULTED AT WILSON'S COURT HOUSE HOTEL on Thursdays from Twelve o'clock noon to One p.m. 0131 DR. PENTLAND 1h HAS RESUMED PRACTICE, AND OAN BE CONSULTED AT HIS HOUSE, AS USUAL, 0592 MEDICAL NOTICE. To the Residents op Paterson, Vact, Gbespoei- and District. Dr. S. J. Kicfoai'ds, (M.B., and Ch.M., Sydney), HAS COMMENCED THE PRACTICE OP HIS PROFESSION, and may be consulted daily at his residence, Ferndale, Vacy. DR. RICHARDS will VISIT PATERSON', and may be Consulted at 'WILSON'S COURT HOUSE HOTEL, on Tuesdays and Saturdays at Ten o'clock a.m. ; GRESFORD on Mondays and Fridays at Ten o'clock a.m. 849 PAINLESS jDElfTISTRY. MINERAL ARTIFICIAL TEETH, Without Springs, Wires, or Fastenings.*] ] (}. LTOB, D.D.S., R.D.S., SURGEON DENTIST, SIGH-STREET, WEST MAITLAND, Having had several tears' prac tical EXPERIEN...

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DISTRICT NEWS. RYLSTONE. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 14 April 1894

DISTRICT NEWS. [From our Correspondents.] RYL.STGNE. As the news letter I forwarded you a month ago from this place was accorded your approval, I am thus encouraged to again send your esteemed journal some fmther items which may be interest ing, and perhaps of information, to your readers. Social. — The Easter week was prolific in picnics and cricket matches, interspersed with dramatic (amateur) entertainments. The cricket season closes with the current month. Tho Olinda team visited town last week, and played ' Our Boys, Olinda meeting with defeat ; and on the 5th the Glen Lee Public School met the Olinda Public School on the Nannango ground to decide a game and game about, which resulted in a Glen ? Lee victory by 23 run3. The utmost enthusiasm was created over the match ; quite two hundred adults and twice as many juniors assembled, vcliiculars, equestrians, and pedestrians mixing excitedly together. A grand spread («Z fresco) under the greenwood and a dance on the battlefield ap...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 14 April 1894

SALES IWAPCTHW. i KlSMTiEB RIVER Famen' Froks Ms ARE HELD ( On TUESDAYS and FRI AT MF^rncTi x j DAYS,atlOa.m. And Farm NEWCASTLE j pro(Juce EVERY THURS CDAY Afternoon, at 2 p.m. AT MASTLANC f EVERY . WEDNESDAY (. commencing at 9 a.m. J. N.' BRUNKER, 0606 Auctioneer. FAT STOCK FOR MONDAY, JLPRIL 16th. JN. BRUNKER bas received instructions to o sell by auction, at Campbell's Hill, on Mon day, tlie 16th of April, 1894, at Eleven o'clock, 45 PRIME and WEIGHTY FAT COWS and HEIFERS, for Cooper and Son. 30 PRIME FAT VEALERS, for Coeper and Son. 30 PRIME and 'WEIGHTY FAT BULLOCKS, for E. Smith. 15 PRIME FAT YEALERS, for E. Smith. 30 PRIME and WEIGHTY FAT BULLOCKS, for J. J. Graham. 22 PRIME and WEIGHTY FAT CATTLE, for N. Agents. 300 PRIME FAT WETHERS, for Clift Bros. 600 PRIME FAT WETHERS, for George Nixon, Also: 120 FAT and STORE PIGS. Terms cash. 0G7( SiOW SALES. Thursday ?& Friday, APRIL 19th end 20th, 1894. JN. BRUNKER will sell by auction, on th o Show Ground, West Maitland, on...

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