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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 21 April 1894

' A meeting of miners was held on tbe Lambton Park last Saturday, to diseuBs the action of certain members of lodges wbo are not paying tbe levies impoBed by the Asso ciation for tbe support of men on Etrike or locked out. Resolutions were passed con demning the action of members who refuse to contribute to the support of their unionist T)r«thren, authorising the district officers to visit tbe different lodges of tbe Association for the nurnose of movine defaulting mem bers to tbe diechaTge of tbeir duty, and giving one month for consideration before taking a ballot on the .question of dissolving the Asso ciation. It is to be hoped the Association may be maintained. The reason given for a prospective dissolution is that there tire 900 , men in receipt of the strike pay of ten shillings weekly, and that tbe levy, made by tbe Association upon miners in work bad been insufficient to meet this claim, and dE3000 had been taken from the general fand. If the levies were duly paid tbe gener...

Publication Title: Maitland Weekly Mercury, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 21 April 1894

wa MID mm ffiK WE KEEP a COMPLETE ASSORT MENT of MATERIALS, and thus avoid make-shifts, which causes so much Watch Destruction. All Work Faithfully Executed and Warranted. SAFETY BY POST GUARANTEED. Repairs kept in Fire-Proof Strong room for Safety. J. 'EZLJ* lRT, W. MAITLAND. 01M BRACKLEY BROS, M 8T0SS MB M48BLE I mm, I HIGH and SEMPIL.L STREETS. I A LARGE variety of designs of MONU MENTS, etc., in Marble, Granite, and Freestone to select from. IAll descriptions of TOMB RAILINGS in both cast and wrought iron. KERBING in Melbourne Bluestone, Marble, Moruya Granite, and Freestone. INSCRIPTIONS CUT in cemeteries and GENERAL REPAIRS EXECUTED. All kinds of BUILDER'S WORK SUP- : PLIED at Lowest Prices. DESIGNS and ESTIMATES forwarded J afc request. \ BRAGKLEY BROS., J West Maitland j ; 059ft THEE Maitland Mercury. THE MERCURY ia Published DAILY Every Evening at the Office in Hiuh streefc, West Maitland. A WEEKLY EDITION ia put forth EVERY SATUR DAY MORNING. Terms off Subscription : FOR T...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 21 April 1894

BIRTH, ;? DOEAN.— March 25, 1801, at 'Eoslyn,' George-street, St. Peter's, Mrs. E. J. Dornn, ot a eon. 1182 DEATH. MOKONEY.— At West Maitland, oil the 15th instant, Lavinla Ita, beloved daughter ot F. E. and M. A. Morons/, aged 3 yeers and 1 month. H ' I.PAKSONS.— At Aberdeen, on the 14th instant, Gladys Alma Parsons, Infant tfauehter of G. A. andD. A. ParaonB ; aged 9 months and 2 weeks. Sweet sleep. 1173

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 21 April 1894

ABSTRACT OP SALES BY AUCTION. Tnis Day, Saturday, Apbil 21. vMr. J. N. Brunker, on the Moltland Show Ground, at ten, fancy poultry, and a large quantity of farm and dptry produce. Monday, April 23. 'Mr. J.N. Cronker, at the Campbell's HiM yrrds, at eleven, 145 lat cattle; 20 choice young springers; 800 lat sheep; Hica^NS^MARSiMLL^Co., at the CpmobelPe Hill yard?, at eleven. 110 l'at cattle ; 600 (at sheen ; 70 lat ond store pigs. Mr. E. 'W. Sparke, at the Campbell's Hill yards, at eleven, 120 fat cattle; 8 prime vealers; 1200 fat sheep ; 70 fat and store pfgs. ??Mr. J. Enrigut, at eleven, horaes, cows, pigs, sheep, buggies, spriDK carts, etc. NOTICE. - lata District Mi AN EjL/ECTION for the purpose of ELECTING TWO DISTRICT COUNCILLORS for the above Council will be HELD at the COURT HOUSE, PATERSON, on Tuesday, the 1st Day of May next, MESSRS. JAMES PUXTY and USHER JAMES TINKLER RETIRING, and who are also eligible for re-election. Nominations will take place at the Court House, Pater...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 21 April 1894

i ♦ + jmsmmmrnrn^ + ? ? ? » Wolfe's Aromatic Schnapps 1 wwum 1 1 1 1 . A Medicinal Diet Drink. A Tonic Invigorant A Salutary Corrective. PURE PALATABLE PERFECT. WOLFE'S AROMATIC SCHNAPPS . F 7 -l- ? + SEQ UAH'S W»M».®MOWNE» REMEDIES Can now be Obtained from the Following Chemists and Grocers in Maitland . CHEMIST- GKOCERS- HR. W. G. LIPSCOMB, High-street MESSRS. WOLFE, GORRICK, & I CO., High-street. j And from ALL CHEMISTS and GSOCEES in the DISTRICT. ? :0: ? Read the Following and Judge for Yourselves:— Morpeth Eoad, Jany. 17th, 1894. To SEQUAH. Deae Snt,— I have much pleasure in testifying to the good your Remedies have done me. I was treated by you . publicly nearly a month a»o for .Rheumatism, from which I had ?been a sufferer for the past four years. After receiving your treatment, I took some of ? .your ' Cure' and ' Oil' home with me and used it, -with the happy result, now, that I am ? 'Completely Cured. Wishing you every success wherever you go, I remain yours grate...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 21 April 1894

4rr*® I PEKINSULM~& ORIENTAL S. N. COMPANY. THE ROYAL MAIL STEAMSHIPS of the above Company will be despatched from 'j Circular Quay (Macqnaiio Point) and from Mel- * bourne and Adelaide on the following dates at NOON FOR LONDON (Touching at the usual intermediate ports en route) , * Leave (Mvt- l*ave ! 3t:amcr. j; i.'innmnnrter. Sydne. Ade- n I ? ? H ? Noon. '0!t rn luiiio. J f Victoria ? C2C8 A W Adarason April 30 May S Slay 9 Arcadia ? 0302 W R. Andrews May 14 May 19 May 23 ' Valetta ? 4919 It. 1'. Briscoe.. 31ay 23 June 2 June 0 Some ? ? ? 5545 A. B. Uaniell.. June 11 June 16 June 20 , Porramatta... 4771 1'. Harris ? June 25 June 30 July 4 iL Britannia ? C57 G P. Preston.. July 9 July 14 July 18 ' Ocean! ? 0302 K Stewart ? July 23 July 28 Aug. 1 jf' ' ; ; And thenceforward every alternate week. 1 RATES OF PASSAGE MONEY TO LONDON : First Saloon, .EGO to JE70. ] Second Saloon, .£35, J!37, £40. [ RETURN TICKETS, £65 to £115. TO INDIA. First saloon, single, £40; return, £60 J...

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Curious Wagers. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 21 April 1894

Curious Wagers. I The theory that everybody is more or less mad hns a good deal to be said for it. It has been said that the innocent absent-mindedness and eccentricities from which few oi ub are free are really mild cases of intermittent insanity, and that the difference between the majority of those inside lunatic asylums and the majority of those outside is rather one of kind than of degree. The pnnsion for wagering, which is especially strong in this age, is ? I.: ? 11„ -?!,„ /,n„ao nt nninndnn which Bureiv conviuuuiiy tu«j cuhodw opmuuu., ? ? j show such a perversion of sense ns amounts to absolute mania. And the most snperficial Btudent of the history of wagering is well nigh forced to admit with Tbotnas Carlyle that the majority of bipeds s«e fools. _ Any how, those who resort to what Butler, in his ' Hudibras,' pithily calls ' the foej's argu ment,' seem to consider no subject too serious or too trivial to be tbe medium of a wager. The ' Female Tattler' of 1709, Mrs. Cracbeo...

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The Deil's Reply to Robert Burns. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 21 April 1894

The Deil's Reply to Robert Burns. ? ^ Few have won n greener wreath, Than that wliioti binds fiia tmir. _nALLrCKt A {Written during the lij'c of Robert Bums.) i Oh, wae's mo Rab ! hae ye gnne gyto ; | What is't that gar's ye tak' delight jo jeer at me, and bau, and flyto, f In Scottish rhyme, | And fsely, gie me a' tho wyto 'l O' ilka crime ? ft O' auld nicknames ye hae a fouth, O' sharp BarcaBtic rhymes a routb, r{ And as you're bent to gie them scoufch, | 'I'were just as weel For you to tell the honest truth, i And shame the deil. | I dinna mean to note the whole $ O' your unfounded rigmarole, I'd rather hand my tongue, and thole I Your clishmaclavors, _ 4 Than try to plod, through sic* a scroll | O' sepseless havers. ji O, warlocks and o' witches a', $ O' Bpunkiea, kelpies, great or sma', w There iana' any truth ava' fi; In what yon say ; 5 For siccan frichts I never saw, vf. Up to this day. | The truth is, Rab, that wicked men,_ 3;'' When caught in crimes that are their ain, ?? ...

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London Sales of Colonial Wool. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 21 April 1894

London Sales of Colonial Wool, Messrs. Jacomb, Son, and Co. write from G1 Moor gate-street, under date of March 7 : — The second series of sales of Colonial wool for tho current year commenced here on the 27th ultimo^ and will probably close on the 17th instants 91,300 bales (of 247,000 net available) have thua far passed the hammer. At the moment of writing; the attendance is very large, the tone strong and improving, and the best currency of the Beries ia well maintained. Germany has been well to tha fore in competition, Russia has given useful help in some departments ; altogether it may be estimated that more of the quantity sold, by 5 or 7 per cent., has been taken for export. Medium and faulty scoured met-ino wools look the cheapest thing in tha market, whilst such in grease, of poor yield and bad! growth, are heavy of sale. Cross-bred produce ofi all descriptions has commanded a very animated demand, chiefly from the Home trade, and well supports previous values. South Africa...

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Gresford and Paterson Markets. F. G. BROOKER'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 21 April 1894

Gresford and Paterson Markets. P. G. brooker's REPORT. I House and landed property : Agricultural farms are continually inquired for, either to rent or pur chase. — Fat cattle : Prime cattle realise fair prices ; other sorts dull.— Store cattle: Good New South bullocks in forward condition are in demand, and satisfactory prices obtainable either by auction or privately ; young mixed cattle of a good description also realize good prices. I shall be glad of particu lars ot any stock for my next sale in time to adver tise in next Saturday's issue. — Springers: The demand is very brisk for choice young cows or heifers near calving. I have buyers for an unlimited number. I offer a few very ehoice cows in Paterson on Tuesday next. See fi&ercury. — Horses : Demand very dull. I have several useful horses for private sale, and will be glad to furnish particulars upon application. — Fat and store pigs : Demand fairly active for good sorta of store pigs, and good prices obtainable. I s...

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OFFICIAL LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 21 April 1894

OFFICIAL LETTERS. At the request of Mr. R. G. D. Fitz-Gerald, M.P.,' we print the following letters : — Department of Justice, Sydney, 9th April, 1894. Sir, — I have the honour to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of the 5th instant, forwarding a petition from certain residents of Murrurundiand district for the release of the prisoner Patriot Daggan, and to inform you that tho same will receive due consideration. — I have etc., Aonir f! Wrcic,™ TTn^l«^ Hon-of-o—, ? ? ^ ''-'''''J . Department of Public Instruction, Sydney, 7th April, 1894. Sir, — In reply to your letter of the 4th April instant, inquiring as to the closing of the Muscle Creek School, I have to acquaint you that the teacher, Miss A. Johnson, haa been on leave ofi absence since Monday last. She has, however, been directed to re-open the Muscle Creek School on 9th inst. I have, etc., J. Gibson, for Under-Secretary. Department of Public Works, Sydney, 12th April, 1894, Sir, — I am directed to acknowledge the receipt...

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GRAINGER AND FALKINER's REPORT. [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 21 April 1894

GRAINGER AND FALKINEr's RErORT. xne proauce traae remains steady. .Buy era or maize are prepared to operate for immediate de livery at about 2s. We have placed during the week over 300 bags at this figure. New potatoes are offering in small quantities. We sold two tons at X3 10s to £4, but lower figures would have to be accepted for larger lines, as the market is very ? il ? J MUU UUJW o V C* jr cauuuua ibUUUU UtttlU ling them unless in small quantities. Lucerne Seed. — We report the sale of the follow ing lots with fair demand :— 7 cwt. marked H.J., at 6d ; 17 cwt., DB, 6:}d ; 4 cwt., EB, 6Jd ; 21 cwt., JW, 7d ; 3}- cwt., HT, 7Jd ; 2f cwt., HT, 7}d ; and several smaller lots from 7Ad to 9d. Pumpkins. — Dull of sale. We placed during the week 2 trucks at 21s, 1 truck at 20a. At our Tuesday's sale about the usual supply of farm and dairy produce was submitted to auction. Butter still dull of sale and difficult to dispose of. Eggs firmer, up to ls 4Jd was reached. Poultry remains at l...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 21 April 1894

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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 21 April 1894

GENERAL NEWS. A well-known Labour member visited the Theatre Royal, Adelaide, tho other night in an elated condition, and rolled down the dress circle steps from tho top to the bottom, after which 10 sat up and loudly asserted his name and title. ^ he matter was considered afc a meeting of the United Labour- party, when it is stated steps were taken to prevent any recurrence of the conduct com plained of. ? Mr J. M. A. Bowthornc, chiet clem ana accountant, Water Police Office, Sydney, and formerly assistant C.P.S. at Maitland, has been appointed a magistrate for the colony. ' A letter received in Adelaide from Mr. G. W. Pope, dated Villa Rica, states that fifteen of the New Australia seceders went to a Government colony after the rupture, where they are bound to remain for five years. The Minister of Mines and Agriculture has wiven information respecting the Government artesian wells within this country. It appears that 21 o£ these wells are completed, and 10 are in pro gress, repre...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 21 April 1894

UK. MurjaLxrrjaj, G-XJIVjMCAJESEJR, HlfiH-STREET, WEST MAITIiiUS). Guns, Revolvers, and Ammunition. SELLING OFF AT COST PRICE. MUST SELL. COME and INSPECT PRICES. ? :o: ? LOADED CARTRIDGES, 8s per 100. Empty Cartridge C-a-es, 2s 6d per 100. Caslimoro Guns, your own price, from £3 10s up to =620. THE NEW AMERICAN TOBACCO YANKEE i$«»LE A RIVAL TO TEE OLD ASERICAN BRANDS. J' 1 ? What is iqore Terrible than WAR ? 1 OUTRAGED NATURE, jj ? She kills, and kills, and is never tired of killing, till she has taught Wn man the terrible lesson he is so slow to learn, that Nature is only con- ||| quered by obeying her. How much longer must the causes of this ||| startling array of preventable deaths continue unchecked? For the ||| means of prevention, and for preserving health by Natural Means, use fglj E' Q'S ? I THE Secret of Suee ess— Sterling Honesty of Purpose— WITHOUT XT M LIFE IS A SHAM!— 'A now invention Ls brought before tho public, and commands H|1 BUCCOSS. A score ol abrmiinnMc imitati...

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[?] E[?]WD. [?]GGENS, HARSHALL, AND CO.'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 21 April 1894

ffl EJJWD. 11HGGENS, 'IIAUSHALL, AND-CO.'s REPORT. L battle.— In oonsequence of the Show only fine sale of fat stock was held at Campbell's Hill pus woek, via., Monday, when moderate supplies yarded to a good attendance of the trade. Tbe Farket opened briRkiy and closed exceedingly firm »t prices considerably in advance of those recently £Uliae. Very fow prime cattle were forward, for fich competition was very keen. Our sales com ae—Northern Agents, 4 bulls X3 6s, 4 at X3 18s, U& a„t„'E3 103 to 3 steers £3 5s to X3 8s, fih. ^3.}b J0 8s, 14 steors XI 13s to X2 19s ; il'' 4 bullocks X3 IGs Gd to X3 19s, 5 at Xt, 1 at Is, cows 4 at X3 3s, 4 at X3 Gs, 1 at X3 IGs ; 311s, 5 cows at X2 Is Gd, 6 at X2 10s. J °aIves.— Heavy supplies .continue to reach b market, pnd, although values were slightly er tor prime qualities, sales can only be effected the acceptance of low prices. We have sold— p various owners, 1G at 10s to 15a 6d each. Fat Sheep. — Supplies have not proved sufficeiot to...

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Literary News, Notes, etc. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 21 April 1894

Literary News, Notes, etc. The author of ' Some Notes on Thackeray' in the March number of the New Review tells the followir/g story, related to him by Mrs. 'Yorke (wife of the late Dean of Worcester) : She happened to be sitting one evening between Thackeray and ' Jacob Omnium,' whoBe build waB even more gigantic than Thackeray's own. Conversation, from some cause unknown, was languishing, when Thackeray turned to her and said, ' MrB Torke, why areiyou so silent ?' ' I am over whelmed by the nreatnesB of you two,' she replied, glancing right and left at their massive frames. Thereupon, moved by common impulse, Thackeray and ' Jacob' slid from their chairs and Bat on the ground at her feet, ' aB a slight token of homage to one whose wit equalled her beauty. ' A Guide to British and American Novels,' a comprehensive guide to British ann American fiction from the earliest period to the end of 1893, by Mr. Percy Russell, author of ' The Author's Manual,' &c., will shortly be pu...

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Maitland Auctioneers' Reports. [?]. N. BRUNKER'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 21 April 1894

Maitland Auctioneers' Beports. i Z. II. BRXWKEB S REPORT. Fat Cattle. — 111 oonsequence of the Show, and in accordance with the usual custom, I have only lield one sale of fat stock at Campbell's Hill this week. The supply forward was not excessive, and with a good attendance of buyers competition was brisk and prices in advance of those ruling last week. I sold — Cooper and Sons, cows at X2 6s to X2 103, heifers at XI. lis to £2 7a Gd ; Geo. Hudson, steers at X2 9a tc.£2 10s ; Agents, light bullocks at £3 4s to X3 Gs j E. Smith, bullocks at X4 Ms, ditto light at X3 5s to X3 15s, steors at X2 4s to £2 15s ; J. lander, cows at £2 to £2 Is, steers at £2 10s ; J. Kelly, light steers at .£1 17s Gd ; K. Eigney, steers at £2 12s ; E. G. Yeotnans, rows at £3 15s ; J. F. Tlmjlu Iinll/into ot. XIR lAc nnmo of -PS . Th-M- Hughes, heifers at JB1 143. And in Sydney— On account of H. McConnell, 30 bullocks at £4 5s, 2 cows at £2 os. Fat Calves. — Notwithstanding the large supply forward, I clear...

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University of Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 21 April 1894

University of Sydney. At the Commemoration on Saturday the following lists were read : CANDIDATES FOR DEGREES. Candidates for degrees were next presented, Professor Scott introducing those from the Faculty of Arts; Professor Pitt-Cobbett, those from the Faculty of Law ; Professor Anderson Stuart, those from the Faculty of Medicine ; and Professor Liversidfje, those from the Faculty of Science. The official list of candidates entitled to receive degrees was as follows: — FACULTY OF ARTS. JI.A. — Schools of modern literature and political philosophy: Francis A. A. Russell, second-class honours. School of logic, moral, mental, and political philosophy; Henry Giles Shaw, second class honours. B. A.— Arthur Bernard Davies, first class honours and gold medal for mathematics ; David S. Edwards, first-class honours in Latin and second-class honours in Greek; Arthur H. Garnsey, first-class honours in Greek and second-class honours in Latin; John Stonham, first-class honours in French, and th...

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Singleton Markets. [?] AND SON'S REPORT. [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 21 April 1894

Singleton Markets. a. iyii.il and SON S EBPORT. I uccive ac our yards tc-day, there being a fair supply of cattle forward, and a good number of buyers iu attendance. We sold 160 of various classes afc improved prices Fat Cattle— Our yardings consisted of a few head of nice quality catfclo, tha bulk being light cows and y«ung bullocks, and we sold: On account of James Moore, Greenwood, 4 bullocks at X3 8s, 4 at X3 5s, 4 at X3 ls Gd, 1 cow at X3 43; H. A. Wellard, 2 steers at X2 19s, 4 at XI 133 Gd ; E. Kidge, 5 steers at X2 5s, 5 at X2, 5 at XI 18s, 4 cows at XI 15s, 5 at XI 5b, 3 at XI 43 ; E. Solman, steer at XI 10s Gd ; W. Allen, 2 at XI 8s ; E. S. York, 4 cows at X3 ; Mrs. Strummey, 1 at X2 8s 6d ; H. Archinal, 4 cows at XI 15s, 2 at £1 103, steer at XI 14s 6d, vealer3 at 12s 6d to 13s ; H. Knight, 2 heifers at XI 10s 8d ; D. Wilkinson, 2 at XI 7s 6d, 1 at XI 3s 6d ; W. J. Gardner, 2 at XI 7s ; E. Russell, 3 at XI 3s 6d ; C. W. Doyle, 11 steers at 12s 3d. Springers.— Good cows in...

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