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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 7 February 1894

During a recent fire in Newark, N. J., a red hot stove was thrown from a third-storey window and caught by three firemen, without injuty to either men or Btove.

Publication Title: Maitland Daily Mercury, The
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MARIGOLD. CHAPTER VIII.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 7 February 1894

MAJEtlGKXLD. CHAPTER VIII.— (Continued.) ' Good Heavens ! A closer inspection only -render her the more beautiful,' he tells himself. 'All my life I have sneered at love at first eight. And yet I believe that Cupid's arrow pierced my heart with the first glance I had of thiB lovely girl.' ' You were in danger of being crushed in the Bxcifcemeat. I thought; it best to take charge of you. I am Doctor Hampton, the brain specialist,' says the Doctor, wondering if the whole earth could produce another such creature of loveliness. Marigold has heard of him as a great and distin guished man. Aa she looks into his strong, handsome counte nance a feeling of rest and security steals over her. 'I am glad you brought me. You saved me from a fate morse than death,' she murmurs, as ahe thinks of her new-made husband. 'Did he, the man I was with, survive ?' she continues, as she lies bask in tho carriage with closed eyes. 'Yes. Will you tell me what this man is to you?' inquires Hampton, reaching ...

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WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1894. FEDERATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 7 February 1894

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 189-1. FEDERATION. No public speaker or writer need apologise for descanting on the trabject of Australian Federation. It b»3 ;.te place in the category of the higher politics of these provinces. Domestic legislation is necessary in its place ; there is a certain beauty in use and fitness ; ! and Parliaments engaged in the wise regula tion 01 local nitinrs do a splendid and admir able work. _ Nevertheless, in tbe work of domestic legielation, even if it take the form — and unhappily not yet has it successfully taken tho form — of solving industrial problems, there is scant room for the pluy of national aspirations. The question of federation supplies that room, &a the accom plishment of federation will Bet up an arena for the pursuit of national aims. An address by Sir Henry Parkes on the subject, delivered in North Sydney to an appreciating audience this week, givps an opportunity for recurrence in these columnB to a topic which must by those who desi...

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LATEST BANKRUPTCY. TUESDAY JANUARY 6. VOLUNTARY SEQUESTRATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 7 February 1894

LATEST BANKRUPTCY. Therday January 6. voluntary sequestrations. George Humphries, of Narrandera, late of fiiver Btone, prospector. Mr. E. M. ? Stephen, official assignee. John Henning, of Barron Vale, near Cobar, con tractor. Mr. A. Morria, official assingnee. William Rtley, of Bucknell-street Newtown, lately ticket-taker, in the Railway Department, but now out of employment. Mr. L. T. Lloyd, official assignee. George Pritchard, of 465 King-streer, Newtown, uariieuLer. mr. sit. m. estepnen, omciai assignee. W. H. Fairweather, of Parramatta, blacking manufneturer. Mr. A. Morris, official assignee. Alexander M'Intosh, of Cambell-street, Wollon gong, wheelwright. Mr. L. T. Lloyd, official assignee. Henry Butler, of Francis-street, Hyde Park, commission agent. Mr. k. Morris, official assignee. John Tregarthen Gibson, of Alfred-street, North Sydney. Mr. E. M. Stephen, official assignee. William Kingsoll of Goulburn, tinsmith. Mr. L. T. Lloyd, official assignee. Matthew Lee, of Adamstown,...

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Mechanics' Institute, East Maitland. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 7 February 1894

Mechanics' Institute, East Maitland ANNUAL MEETING. Yesterday evening, the annual meeting of the members of the Mechanics' Institute was held in the hall of tbe institution. There was a good attendance. The President (Mr. G. T. Chambers) occupied the chair. After the usual formal busi ness had been disposed of, The Hon. Skcbetakt (Mr. H. A. Fitz Patrick) reaa tne annual report, which was as follows : — Report of Mechanics' Institute for year ending December 31. _ Your committee have much pleasure in submit ting to yon the annual report for the past year, and we are able to announce that the roll of membership has bsen increased, but we look foDward to a considerable augmentation of the number in the near future. Considering the injury the district suffered by the calamitous flood of March last the affairs of the institute have well progressed, and it has been the constant aim of your committee to keep tha pre mises in prnper repair. A number of books have been added to the library, ...

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 7 February 1894

LOCAL EEWS. St. Mart's, West Maitland.— It will be ob served by advertiBement that the Eev. John Shaw will preach at St. Mary's tbia (Wednesday) evening. Armin J the PoLiCE.-The Herald of to-day says : With regard to the arming of the police with re volvers, Inspector-General Fosbery states that additional weapons of this description have been ?served out in the course of the _ last day or two, and that a further distribution is contem plated. The police nave nau uy »^ v- » considerable time past a miscellaneous collection of firearms, but he (Mr. Fosbery) has supplemented theBe by procuring an adequate supply of revolvers made by Weberley. These are known as the ' British Bulldog' revolvers, and are of the same description as those served out to the Boyal Irish Constabulary. Speaking generally, Mr. Fosbery states that one great objection against arming the police is that it may induce the use of firearmB to ?become too common ; and he remarks that if once the public of New Soxith W...

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Maitland Civilian Rifle Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 7 February 1894

Maitland Civilian Eifle Club. The fifth competition took place on Saturday last. On the whole the shooting was very poor. The light was changeable, and the wind somewhat variable. Following are the scores : — 500. 600. H'cap. Total. P. Clay ? 32 ... 28 ... 1 ... 61 W. Gill ? 30 ... 24 ... 4 ... 58 A. Burg ? 23 ... 27 ... — ... 60 C. J. H. Zing ? 22 ... 25 ... ?— ... 47 G.Norman ? 19 ... 17 ... 9 ... 45 T. Dimmock ? 18 ... 20 ... 6 ... 44 J. R. Cox ? 17 ... 22 ... 4 ... 43 A. C.Stephens ? 12 ... 14 ... 7 ... 33

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LATE GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 7 February 1894

LATE GENERAL NEWS. A man named Joseph Neil, employed at the Tarraville (Vic.) Sugar Works entered a huge boiler yesterday without first opening the safety valve. He had a lighted candle in hie hand, and an explosion took place, Neil receiving severe *u 1 in co* The body, of an infant was found crushed on the Hawthorn (Vic), railway line yesterday morning It 13 not known whether the child was dead or alive whon placed on the rails. James Sims, a farmer residing at Murwillumbah was bitten on tho leg by a brown snake on Sunday He was in a state of collapse when Dr. M'Do'nald applied the strychinne remedy. The sufferer is now out of danger. At the District Court, Albury, several local traders sued the executor of a farmer named Brown for goods supplied to the widow of the deceased im mediately atter his death. There was also a claim tcr A20, lent as cash to the wife some time before her husband s death, and handed to hpv. Kn if-. wn= alleged with her husband's knowledge and consent. Jud...

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ECHOES OF SPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 7 February 1894

ECHOES OF SPORT. At the late meeting of the committee of the Northern Jockey Club several of the gentlemen present took occasion to refer in sorrowful terms of the loss the Club had sustained by the death of Mr. Joseph Clift, jun., and Dr. Alcorn in paying his tribute of respect to the deceased moved the following timely resolution, which was seconded by Mr. F. J. Sheather, and supported by Mr. W. J. Birkenhead: — 'That a vote of sympathy be con veyed from this body to Mrs. Joseph Clift, jun., whose late husband had acted as judge for the Northern Jockey Club for many years. The late Mr. Clift had always held the respect of all the members of the committee and the confidence of the public generally, and that it be placed on record that we nave never had a more impartial or upright judge than we have had in the late Mr. Oliffc, and such a man will be very difficult to replace.' To such a testimonial I can heartily say Amen ! The best authorities now state that if a fields man is so c...

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Hinton School of Arts. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 7 February 1894

Hinton School of Arts. ANNUAL MEETING. The annual meeting of members of the Hinton School of Arts wbb hold in the institution last evening, under the presidency of Mr. Thos. H. Pearse. The attendance was not large. Minutes of previous annual meeting were read and con firmed. The Secretary (Mr. Louib H. Witts) read the annual report and balance-sheet as follows :— Report for Tear 1893, presented to Committee for approval on JGth January, 1894. Gentlemen,— Your committee herewith beg to present their report for the year ending 31st December, 1893. The year has in every respect been a most disastrous one for the district, and it3 evil effects have been felt by the institution. No new reading matter has been added, except a small magazine LScnbner), and several papers and periodicals have, through financial troubles, been discontinued. I he Debating Society, once the arena where the intellectual giants of Hinton ongaged in wordy conflict, is now a thing of bygone days, and wo regret to ...

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SOUTH SINGLETON. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 7 February 1894

SOUTH SINGLETON. The nomination for the Municipal District of South Singleton was held at the Council Chambers in John-street, the Mayor (Mr. Willian Burnett) acting as Returning-Officer. The attendance was very small. The Returning-Officer read the fol lowing names of candidates for aldermen :— Messrs. ueorge iiinae, tienry josepn miner, jonn AtKin, William Brown, and William Henry CroBsley. For auditors : — Messrs. Willian Francis Wiles and Robert Flower Jay. The Returning-Officer declared the two auditors duly elected, and stated that as more candidates had been nominated than require to be elected, a poll for the election of two aldermen would be taken at the Council Chambers on Satur day next, commencing- at the hour of 8 a.m. and finally closing at 3 p.m. The several candidates having briefly addressed the few ratepayers present, the proceedings closed in the usual manner. Out of 767 newspapers and magazines published in Japan, only two are devoted to party politics. The value...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 7 February 1894

IN MEMOEIAM. ?htttcp1! —In fond and loving remembrance of David Herps, whodTed 1 al ?his residence, Fitzroy Hotel, Denman, on 8th February, 1883, aged 50 years. A prccions one from us is gonei A voice we loved ia Btilled ; A place is vacant in our home, Which never can be illled. God in His wisdom haB recalled The toon his love had Rivtn ; And though the body lingers here, The soul is sale in Heaven. Inserted by his loving wife and children. 301

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 7 February 1894

- ''^BSSS OF SALES BY AUCTION. To-MOimow, Thursday, Febbuabt 8. Mr J N Brdnkeh, at the Campbell's Hill yards, at eleven, 85 K cattle i 1200 fatsheop; 70 iat and atore pigB ; 10 first H,-£S^ns5S°*Co.. at the Campbell's Hill yards, at Sevei, 87 fat cattle ; 400 fat sheep; SO fat and store pigs. Mr E W. Sparse, at the Campbell's Hill yards, at .eleven. U 180 'at cattle; 80O Iat sheep; CO fat and store pigB; 12 '? H KPri^MKEusTnC0^MERS Co., at Morpeth, at !.alf-p.st 1 nineffarm and dairy produoe.-At the Western Markets, Newcastle, at three, farm and station produce. Mr H. O'Neill, at Newcastle, at three, farm produce. Cam/ton akd Abuott, at Berkley Park, near Clarence Town, aTtweUe, 17 horses, 25 head mixed cattle, 20 pigs, harneeB, timber waggons, farming implements, So.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 7 February 1894

THE DAY ?J,tS,BHm*-Tf 75 ^S Wednesday. St Theodoras (Strali i n« Vn msrtyred .at Hcraclen, 319. St. Augulus, Bishop of eentury. St. Richard. King of the *rcst Saxons, Circ. C22 bt.Romualdo, founder of HicordLTol Cnnmldoli in'7 Iloin—lici. Sir Henry MoncritlT, D.D., 1750; diaries Dlcksna, novelist. 1812. ? T-Z-''f/'T','?a51,e9 Earl of JIoray (The Bonny) murdered 1592 ; S;l!«el. Bijliop ol Kilmoro. 1G12; Anno Kadcliil. novelist, ibu.Pimttco: Henry Neele, poet, 1828, London; 01. Hourri etine, formerly secretary to Napoleon Bonaparte, died in a msdliouBC at Oten, Jtformandv, 1834.. „ ??'?!?»*?— BrenkinR of the Ctlubrated Portland Vase in the Wntisli Museum, 1845.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 7 February 1894

SHBPP1B3G. ' THE NEWCASTLE and HUNTER RIVER STEAMSHIP CO. (Limited.)— The Company's First-class PASSENGER STEAMERS NIGHTLY (Sunday excepfced) FROM SYDNEY at 11, and PROM NEW CASTLE at 11.30. Cargo forwarded to and from Morpeth and Sydney daily. Berths can be secured by letter, or telegram, to the Traffic Manager. Newcastle Office. 19 F. J. THOMAS, Manager. MESSAGERIES MARITIMES. — SYDNEY TO LONDON, VIA PARIS. Steamers of 5000 tons, under postal contract with the French Government, calling afc MELBOURNE, ADELAIDE, ALBANY, MAHE, ADEN, SUEZ, and PORT SAID, will be despatched monthly, as follows : — Steamer. ),££,. g gj» -gj POLYNESIAN ? h. Boulard.. Feb. 24 Mar. 1 Mar. 3 AKMAND BEHIC ? Delacroix... Mar. 27 liar. 31 Apr 2 AUSTKALIEN ? G. Didier... Apr. 27 Hay 1 May 3 VILLE DE L A CIOTAT Fiaschi ? May 27 May 31 June 2 Passengers booked to Bombay, Reunion, M auri tias, and East Coast of Africa. Kates of Passage to London :— First Saloon, .£60 to £70, including Table - ? Wines. Liberal Con...

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LATE SPORTING NEWS. (By Telegraph from a Correspondent.) NEW ENGLAND JOCKEY CLUB. FIRST DAY. Armidale, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 7 February 1894

LATE SPORTIIfi HEWS.. {By Telegraph from a Correspondent.) NEW ENGLAND JOCKEY CLUB? First Day. Armidale, Tuesday*. The annual races commenced successfully to-day» The weather was delightful, the attendance fair, with good racing and large fields. Subjoined are the results : — Borough Handicap. — Mr. E. Gleeson's Vanity, 78t 71b, 1 ; Mr. J. Fletcher's Herbalist, 7st 21b, 2. j Mr. E. Freeny's War Queen, 8st 21b, 3.: Eight started. Novelty Handicap. — Mr. F. Boss's Buckwheat, 1; Mr. H. Litlyman'B Mount Morgan, 2-; .- Mr. J-. Miller's Zara, 3. Six others started. City Handicap. — Mr. W. Cruickshank's iEtolite, 7st 31b, 1 ; Mr. F. Smith's- Bellman, 7st 51b,.2-j My. C. P. O'Neill's Zoedone, 7st 7ib, .3. Eight others started. Park Stakes. — Mr. J. Grant's . Goldenrod, lj Mr. A. Cruickshank's Manilla, 2 ; Mr. J. Leonard's Planet, 3. Eight others started. Armidale Mile — Mr.' J. Allmam'a Gazelle, 1; Mr. H. Tubb's Chrystacia, .2-; Mr. J.. Miller's Eapunda, 3.

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GRESFORD. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 7 February 1894

GRESFORD. At the Court House, Gresford, on Friday last, before Mes3rs. Theo. Coopar and A. H. Lindeman Js.P., Thos. Garland was charged with keeping a dog fourteen days in his possession without causing a description thereof to be registered. He was fined 103, with costs of court, 5s 6d. — Two slaughter ing licenses were granted; also, one hawker's license. On the same date, the District Council meeting was held at the Court House, Gresford. Present : Theo. Cooper, Esq., Warden, and Councillors H. H. Brown, TJ. J. Tinkler, J. Puxty, J. Laurie, G. Grey, and E. Doyle. Minutes of previous meeting were confirmed, and several road amounts passed. The Secretary was instructed to write to the Depart ment of Public Works relative to repairs xeqnired at the foot-bridge, GreBford. The quarterly meeting of the Paterson I.O.G.T. Lodge was held last night, and this society reported to be financially and every way in good standing. Tho principal offices for the ensuing quarter were filled as foll...

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LATEST CABLEGRAMS. London, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 7 February 1894

LATEST CABLMEAIS. [From the Press Telegraph Association.] London. Tuesday. Mr. W. T. Stead has published a book entitled,. ' If Christ came to Chicaeo,' dealing largely with the social evils in that city. It is suggested by the work that Mr. Stead has been judging Chicago much in the same manner as the Sedeemer might Mr. Gladstone will arrive in London on Saturday from Biarritz. The much-needed rest has done him a great deal of good, and he will return to hia labours in splendid health. One man who was placed in prison in connection ? with the sensational forgeries in Holland has com mitted suicide in his cell. Tho general elections in the Cape Colony havei resulted in the return of 50 supporters of the policy of the government of Cecil Ehodes, and 26-oppo» - sitionists. The unemployed agitators in London have-notified that they will UBe pocket explosives if they are-' maltreated by the police. Admiral Gama, the Insurgent Chief, has notified his intention of blocking Eio in order to...

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HUNTER RIVER PERMANENT BUILDING SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 7 February 1894

Hunter River Pbrmanent Building Society. —The monthly meeting of this Society was held on Monday evening, Mr. Henry McFadden, jun., being the receiving director. The sum of .£263 14s was paid in for members* subscriptions and redemp tion moneys. Singleton, Dec. 6, 1894.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 7 February 1894

FUNERAL. ** ' ' ''' ' '??' ? ~* ? ' ? V ? ii I FUNERAL.. H nnHE Friends of Mv. LAMOTTE §| A nre respectful.lv invited to H ATTEND THE FU.NEEAL of his M late DAUGHTER ELIZABETH W MINNIE: Profusion will leave §| his residence, Oakhampton Eoad, §§ To-siorp.ow (Thursday) After- m noon, at Th).-ee o'clock. m FEY BEOS., Ii Undertakers. If

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