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FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 8 February 1894

FEBRUARY. — -g Phases of the jIoon. | o t- New Moon ? Cth ... 7.50 a.m. ?s '' First Quarter.. 13th ... 8 48 p.m. ?S 'S l'ull Moon ? 20tli ... 12 21 p m. ' ~ ?-, -, Last Quarter... 27th ... 10.33 p.m. - '§ g Q Q Apogee, 2nd, Sara. Perigee, 18th, 7 a.m. 5 3 Remahkaiile Events. a m p m 1 Thur Spurgeon died 1892 6 23 7 4 V Fri Railway to Albury opened 1881 5 24 7 4 3 Sat River Darling discovered 1829 5 25 7 3 4 Sun Qulnq'uageeima Sunday 5 20 7 2 5 Won -Carlyle died 1SS1 5 27 7 1 C Tuea Anniversary ol Black Thursday 5 28 7 0 7 Wed Ash Wednesday 5 29 0 S9 8 Thar- First ; printing press in Hngland 1471 5 30 fi 58 8 Fri Bishop Hooptr burned 1555 5 31 0 68 10 Sat (0) Maryborough (Q ) founded 1851 5 32'fi 57 11 Sun 1st Sunday in Lent 5 33|o 56 H Mon (11) Melb Public Library opened 185G 5 34 6 55 13 lues St. Valentine's Day 5 35 0 54 14 Wed (7,) H.M.S. Orpluus wrecked at X.Z, 1802 5 30 0 53 16 1 hur 10,000 ehnep burned at Stuwell. Vic. 1851 5 37 0 52 . 10 Fri Tapmania settled by Lt. Gov. Colli...

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The North Coast Railway. Thursday afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 8 February 1894

The North Coast Eailway. [Fkom the Peess Telegraph Association.] Thursday afternoon. In the Assembly this afternoon, the Minister of Works said in view of the short time the present Parliament would last it would be impossible to submit for consideration to the Public Works Committee a proposal for the construction of portion of the North Coast Railway from Maitland or Mor peth to Taree.

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Sydney Markets. TREBECK, SON, AND CO's. REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 8 February 1894

Sydney Markets. TREBECK, SON, AND CO'S. REPORT, Fat Cattle. — 2176 yarded. Market showed a better tone ; best beef, 6d to Is per lOOlbs dearer ; good to best lots bullocks, £4, 4s to £5 16s. Fat Sheep.— 51,750 penned. Prices a little firmer ; good to best lots merino wethers, 6a to 7s 4d ; prime ewes, 5s 7d to 6s 6d. Store Cattle. — The demand has fallen off jnst at present j £ood 3J- to 4J year old bullocks, delivered Hunter, to 37s 6d. Store Sheep.— We have buyers for 2 and 4 tooth wethers handy to New England, 4s to 4a 3d. Southwards and in the Central districts the demand is quiet. Stations. — uur enquiries uonimue uu ue uuieuy for handy estates to lease. Wool. — A fair amount of business has been done privately to complete orders. The London sales' close to-morrow evening. The tone of the market is weaker. Sheepskins.— Unchanged. Good medium length, 3}d to 3Jd lb. ; a few full-woolled 4Jd to 4Jd lb. , Kangaroo Skins. — Unaltered. Best, 40s to 45e per doz.; good, 34s to 3Ss Gd ;...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 8 February 1894

Gardening and Agricultural Memoranda for February. Kitoiibn Garden : Celery must be earthed up as required, «nd more may be planted out lor a succession. Continue to ?sow peas, beans, beet, turnips, broccoli, &c, and plant out whatever may be left in the seed beds. Carefully attend to aacnmbor plants, watering well in dry weather.— Flower tt*.;tDES : Thin out dsiiilm buds. Plunt out perennial and biennial flowering plants, such as stocks, sweet-williams, &c, in Ql'judy days, and give them water. Keep all beds and borders free Irom weeds ; remove all decayed bloom. — Orchard and Fruit Garden : Attend to ull fruit trees, removing all ripe truSt. Clear grape vines from all useless shoots and tendrilB. 6ee that all the branches are exposed to the aun and air — u'lEtD Operations: Sow Cape barley and turnips. Plant potatoes. Keep maize crops clean. Cut tobacco. Gather all ripe cotton pods, taking care not to injure or break the plauts.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 8 February 1894

THE GREATEST OF ALL THE LIFE COMPAHIES. * ? :O: ? ? ,( The Mutual Life Insurance Co. of Hew York. RBCHARO A. ^cCORBY, President TOTAL ASSETS EXCEED £37,000,000. Purely Mutual ; a'l claims settled on the spot immediately upon receipt of satisfactory proofs of death and title. PAID ON ACCOUNT OF POLICY-HOLDERS, £87,452,4*9. Fifty years' experience has taught the management of The Mutual Life of New York ^ the, forms of insurance best adapted to popular requirement. Among these are the 'Income Life Policy, Life Option Endowment, Six Por Cent. Consul, and the Policies issued in honour of the Jubiloo Year, namely, The Five Per Cent. Debenture, and The Continuous Instalment Policy. Z. C. KEKP31E, ©emeraD Manager for Australia. For information regarding the Company and the different forms of Insurance, apply to ALEX. SHAG KNIGHT, Manager for New South Wales, 131 Pitt-street, Sydney; or fco MR. EDKTARD BL&IR, Agent for Maitland. 27

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METEOROLOGICAL REPORT, WEST MAITLAND. READING 9 A.M., 8TH FEB., 1894. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 8 February 1894

METEOKOLOGICAL KEPORT, WEST MAITLAND. Heading a a.m., 8th Feb., 1894, Thermometer— Maximum, 84 ; minimum, SS. Rainfall— 2 points. Hemarks-S.S.E. , raining lightly. The present yearly output' of the coal fields of Great Britian is 182,000,000 tons, which, at an average selling price of 7s 3d a ton, represents a toss value to the coalowners and lessees of S65,975,00O per annum. From this, .£54,000,000 must be deducted to cover the average c03t price of 6a per ton at the pit bank. The remaining .£11,375,000 represents roughly the profita which may be made under the present system of working by the coal lessees.

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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1894. PARLIAMENT OF NEW SOUTH WALES. A SCHEME OF RELIEF. Tuesday, February 7. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. MINING ON PRIVATE LANDS BILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 8 February 1894

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1891. A SCHEME OF BELIEF. On the surface there is very much to commend in the scheme put forward yetiterday by Mr. Wall, as the leader of a deputation to the Prime Minister. The first purpose of fcha* scheme is to supply work for the unemployed. Its ultimate end is to eetablieh farmers upon the land,, and encourage the industry ot wlu-at growing. Mr. Wall has worked out the figures, which, are here presented in a fuller form than appears in our message of yester day. The idea is to mark out at the outset 200 farms of 150 acres each, within easy distance of the railways, atid to start the unemployed at work under cautract to clear the land and to conserve water upon it, and otherwise make it fit for agricultural occupation. Of each area 100 acres would be cleared for wheat-growing and SO acres for grazing purposes. The coat of clearing would be from 10s to 30s an acre: thus the whole cost of clearing the 20,000 acres for wheat would be £30,000, and £5000 more wo...

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LATEST SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY. Thursday afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 8 February 1894

BOB— —g— wi' 1 .-.„,.. ?????. — ?- ? ? ? I A 'TOOT [Fbom the Press Thlegraph Association.] SYDNEY. Thursday afternoon. Voluntary sequestrations : Georga Thomas Rogore, miner, Stockton ; Thomas Newburn, miner, Merewether. At the police court this morning, Frederick Augustus Thomas was to have been brought up on a charge of alleged embezzling of moneys from his employers, Lorimer and Rome, but Mr. Meaghers who appeared for accused, applied for a remand on the ground that Thomas was unable through ill ness to attend. He produced a doctor's certificate* and accused was further remanded. A meeting has been convened for to-morrow to consider the formation of a company for the expor tation of frozen beef and mutton. At the police court to-day a young man named George Luckwich was charged with breaking and entering the warehouse of Lark and Son, and steal ing therein seventy dozen silk handkerchiefs and portmanteau, valued at .£100. Detective Hoskin. son deposed that on January 31st he saw ...

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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. BILLS ADVANCED A STAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 8 February 1894

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. BILLS ADVANCED A STAGE. The Crown Lands Purchases and Leases Valida tion Bill, one of the Government measures which was passed by the Assembly last session, but failed th get through the Legislative Council, was referred to by Mr. Lyne soon after the Assembly met and a message was, with the consent of members, sent to the Upper Chamber, asking it to proceed with the bill. The same course was takeu, at Mr. Hassall's instance, in connection with the Agreements Valida ting Act Kepeal Bill, and, as a formal matter, Mr. Corruthers secured the third reading of his Custody of Children and Children's Settlements Bill, a little measure which has had a most fortunate passage through the Assembly, the second reading having been taken on Tuesday without a word of diBseut. THE ESTIMATES. — ADJOURNMENT. In accordance with its promise, the Government made arrangements to go on with the Estimates as duuu Ma uiiyz j.*jlilaul uusLuraa »na uici, x ill; iictt' sorer had already ta...

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A Look at Coonamble Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 8 February 1894

A Look at Coonamble Hospital. [By Rambler.] This institution is picturesquely situated in the Bouth end of the town, about a quarter of a mile distant therefrom, and on the boundary of that pretty bend of the river frontage, which the city fathers have fenced and seated, and baptised a 'park.' The hospital structure is of red brick, enclosed in a garden, planted with flowers, shrubs and fancy trees, and bearing evidence of careful husbandry and irrigation. The rooms are loftv and fairly spacious, but an extra wing is urgently required, as ths present available space is already sufficiently taxed, the district being both populous and wide, while epidemics such as measles, diph theria, aud influenza, are of frequent occurrence. Entering the building from tne front the visitor is at once struck with the air of coolness, cleanli ness, comfort, and quietude which pervades the scene. Passing through the wards, the order and sweetness are still more discernible, the kitchen especially show...

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. A LIVING EXAMPLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 8 February 1894

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. A LIVING EXAMPLE. ) Sik, — In his wonderfully clever speech at the aldermanic nomination for the Borough of East Maitland, their lively and facetious Mayor could nofc let the occasion pass over without having an underhand cut at the neighbouring borough of West Maitland. What tempted Mr. Chambers to refer to the financial position of West Maitland aa being ' a very good warning' to the East I can scarcely comprehend. For in my opinion the posi tion oS West Maitland and the enterprise shown by our aldermen for the past few years is, in my opinion, an example well worthy of emulation by the aldermen of East Maitland. Because, thanks to same, We3t Maitland is fast wiping out the Eaafc and when the latter town is dead and forgotten, West Maitland will be a bright and shining light, the most glorious beacon between Sydney and Queensland. If Mr. Chambers wants a reason for this, just let him compare man for man his nine aldermen (including himself) and our Mayor and...

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LATE NEWS BY CABLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 8 February 1894

LATE NEWS BY CABLE. The following messages are taken from the Herald : — London, Feb. '7. H.M.S. Crescent, which has been commissioned to replace H.M.S. Orlando as the flagship on the Australian naval station, will leave shortly for Sydney. She will take out new crews for H.M.S.S. Ringarooma and Katoomba. Indian Government rupee paper is quoted on the London Stock Eschange at .£59 per 1000 rupees. This is the lowest price since the Indian Mutiny. The French have seized Cavally, in West Africa. The Liberians are incensed at the action of the French. Broken Hill Proprietary shares are quoted at £2 8s 9d. In accordance with the commercial treaty which has been signed between Russia and Germany, Russia largely reduces the duties on wool and many other manufactures. Germany, on her part re duces the duty on Russian cereals from 7£ to 3£ marks. The treaty will remain in operation for 10 years. T'lio TTnifa/] Sfafjao TTVm-ioo n9 T?.on*QOonfa.f iv aa \taa rejected an amendment recognising t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 8 February 1894

BUSINESS NOTICES. I ' ? : ? ' ? : ? ? ^1 PARKER BROTHERS, Sb /'NRAIN and Produce Merchants and General |iv V?T Commission Agents, 3, Corporation Buildings, p Sussex-street, Sydney. Bankers ?. Commercial w. Banking Co. of Sydney. The above receive con- p signuionts of Lucerne, Hay, Maize, etc. Account »' sales rendered promptly. 163 p ? _ ? . ? , M Pumpfl&fras & Melons. I T B. ISAACS & SONS, Belmore Markets, 1 JLJ» Sydney, are BUYING. GOOD EATING E PUMPKINS and MELONS, in large or small | quantities, for cash on delivery. Highest market | prices given. Letters addressed to ' | L. B. ISAACS & SONS, I 47, Brisbane-street, 1 061 Sydney. PRODUCE JSXCHAHGE. W Coast and West Wn Go-operatws Co (LIMITED.) 4 GENTS for the SALE OF STATION, FARM ? I ix. and DAIRY PRODUCE of every description | Produce Stores, Cool Chambers, and I Offices : 1 Sussex & Liverpool Sts. SYJCWE Y. KEH anil STEVENS (LATE R. -H7NDES), GSkB SI E T H A iCEHS,, UPHOLSTERERS, AND u:r...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 8 February 1894

ABSTEACT OF SALES BY AUCTION. To-Monnow, Friday, February 9. EvfiD Higgens, Mahshall, and Go , at the Municipal yards, Muswellbrook, at two, the Giindabri and Nrndowra herd, comprising 10G0 head mixed cattle ; 209 superior store bullooks. Mr. J. N. Bnu.NKEn, at Newcastle, at ten, farm produce^ H. K. Famieiis and Consujlbrs Co., at the western MarketB, Newcastle, at ten, dairy produce, fruit, pige, poultry, etc. Mr. H. O'Neill, at Newcastle, dairy produce, poultry, &c, Saturday, February 10. Bacon and Co., at their yards, Guiil iah, at two, 830 store bullock;.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 8 February 1894

THE DAY. February 8.— St. Paul, BiBhop ot Verdun. 031. St. Cuth ManofEnclgnd, eighth century. St. Stephen of Grandmont. 1124. St. John of Slatha, lounder of the order of Trinitarians, 1213. Born.— St. Proclup. pafrinrch of Constantinople. 412; Mary the Pint. Quern ftfEnclxnd, 151f-, OrewiretCi; Willinm, Knrl Ot Pembroke. i.'i-Oj Ssnnuol liutlcr. authur of IluMbrns, lCia, Mremham; I'etcr Diniel Huet. biabop of Avranclies, 1G30 ; Charles Htnault, litlcrate-ir, less, Caen; John Andrew de Luc, Genpyese philosopher, 1727. DUd. — Mnry. Queen of ScoWimil, beheaded at Fotlierlngay, 158S 7; Uichard I'end^rel. who aided in the e«cape of Charles the Second, 1071, St. Giles's. Lnudon; Dr. George Sewol, his torian of the Quakers, 1727, Ilampsteatl ; Aaron Hill, poet, 1750, Strand. Event— Last great earthquake in England, 1750.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 8 February 1894

SHIPPING. FB1INSBL&B & 8BIEITAL ! ~ S. E C01PAHY. nnHE EOTAL MAIL STEAMSHIPS of the A JL above Company will be despatched from Circular Quay (Macquarie Point) and from Mel bourne and Adelaide on the following dates at NOON 3_ FOE LONDON ' (Touching at the usual intermediate ports en route) j, Leave r,fave Leave; / Steamer. g Commander. Sydnev M*«™, ^de- ?* »™~- ... i ^ Pairamatta ... 4771 P. Harris ? Feb. 19 Feb. 24 Feb. 28 - ^Britannia ... 6257 C. F. Preston Mar. 3 liar. 10 Mar. 14 p *Mas8ilia ? 4918 C. Fraser ? Mar. 17 Mar. 24 Mar. 28 ??Australia ... 7000 1. Reeves ? Mar. 81 April 7 April 11 Ballaarat ? 4748 T. S. Angus ... April 14 April 21 April 25 Victoria ? G268 A W Adanison April 30 May 5 May 9 R Arcadia ? C3C2 W B. Andrews May 14 May 19 June 2 And thenceforward every alternate week. ^ *Via Hobart. s BATES OP PASSAGE MONEY TO LONDON : | First Saloon, £60 to £70. n Second Saloon, £35, .£37, £40. EETTJBN TICKETS, £65 to £115. £ TO INDIA. d First Saloon, single.....

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IVANHOE C.C. V. TARRO C.C. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 8 February 1894

BVANHOE C.G. V. TARRO CC. The above match took place at Tatro on Saturday. Feb. 3, and resulted in a win tor the Ivanhoe CC. by 0 wiokets and 32 rune. Tarro battine; first, put up SD, of whioh Power made 20 and Fairhall 19, obtained by a lot of fluky batting, Shoobert taking G wickets for 21 runs, and L. Andrews 3 for 14 runs. The Ivnnhoes then followed, aud easily put up the required number of runs. Shoobert's 67 was the outcome ot a Bplendid and dashing innings, Cook quickly put up 17, and J. Grace a useful 28. Following are the scores : — Taruo C. C. F. Hayler, c Cook, b Andrews ? C J. Grace, c and b Andrews ? 10 A. l'rencu, stNott, b Shoobert ? o J. Power, b Shoobert ? 26 E. Fenwick, c Wrigbtson; b Andrews ? 2 A. Fairhall, c Shoobert, b Nott ? 10 — Power, b Shoobert ? 0 E. H. Fenwick, b Shoobert ? 0 A. Fairhall, c Grace, b Shoobert ? 0 A. Fenwiok, b Shoobert ? ;., ? 13 D. Payne, not out ? 0 Sundries ? 13 Total ? 89 Ivanhoe C. C. L. Cook, o Fairhall, b Hayler ? ; ? 17 F. Shoobert...

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WEATHER REPORT. Thursday afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 8 February 1894

WEATHER REPORT. Thursday afternoon. TBy Telegraph.! Sydney Observatory, 1 p.m. Victoria and the Straits: Pine, with scattered clouds. Tasmania : Fine, but in the South it is cloudy. New South Wales : Fine in the far West ; else where it is cloudy to gloomy, whilst on the eastern slopes it is raining. FORECAST ISSUED TO-DAT. New South Wales: There will be continued moderate southerly winds, varying from S.W. to S.E. ; the weather will be unsettled, with rain on the coast, highlands, and parts of the western slopes.

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CRICKET. HALTON C. C. v. GRESFORD C. C. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 8 February 1894

CRICKET. HALTON C. C. v. GRESFORD C. C. The return cricket match between the above olubs took place on the Gresford cricket ground on Saturday hut, Haltoa again winning very easily t-y 155 runs on the first innings. Following are the complete soores :— GBE8FORD. First Innings. A.. Ebbeck, o E. Lawrie, b A. G. Lawrie ? 8 0. Dalohery, c Feneley, b J. W. Lawrie ? 1 G. Grey, c and b &.. G. Lawrie ? 0 u.ui \jivy. u i*.. j-mwiiv, u ?&.« kx* .uuwrm ? ? 10 G. Glennie, c T. Lawrie, b A. G. Lawrie ? 35 A. Moginnis, c J. W. Lawrie, b A. G. Lawrie..; * 3 S. Brown, b G. Leake ? 3 K. Scobie, c R. Lawrie, b A. G. Lawrie ? 2 I*. Grey, at Feneley, b G. Leake ? 0 ? C. Arthur, c It. Lawrie, b A. G. Lawrie ? 0 — Randall, not out.. ? 1 Sundries ? ;..... ? G Total ? .\................. 78 Second Innings. — Randall, b It. Lawrie.. ? 6 C. Delohery, not out ? 48 A. Ebbeck, c R. Lawrie, b S. Lawrie ? 23 G. Grey, o J. W. Lawrie. b J. Lenke ? 28 A. KInginnis, st. Feneley, b S. Lowrie.... .........

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Probable Weather. FORECAST ISSUED YESTERDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 8 February 1894

Probable Weather. Fobecast Issued Yesterday. Victoria. — Moderately fine, cool, and cloudy, tending to showers on coast and ranges, S.E. to southerly winds. — R. L. J. Ellery. South Australia.— Continued fine weather, with moderate and light S.E. to southerly winds. Still unsettled in the tropics, with further rains and thunderstorms.— C. Todd.

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