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MOVING IN THE FROZEN MEAT TRADE. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 10 February 1894

MOVING IS ffHE FEOZEN MEAT TBADE. A meeting was held in Sydney yesterday, as we reported in the issue of that d»y, to arrange preliminaries for the formation of a company for tbe exportation of frozen meat from this country. That is a project that deBerveo the heartiest support, and we trnsi that for the benefit of every interest in New South Wales, it may be carried to a success ful lewis. There is abundant encouragement in what has been already donedn tbe develop ment of the trade. A few ditys ago we showed bow New, Zealand had been materially bene iited by the growth in a few years of her {cozen mutton export. And Mr. 'E. W. Bacon, who laid before the Sydney meeting a smtnber of pregnant figures, was able to ?aupply further encouragement from the com paratively limited operations of New South Wales in the same field. Messrs. Richards at (Riverstone, after for aome time carrying, on the business at a loss, wece now working! At a profit. The Aberdeen Company woe doing well. Then he...

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Gardening and Agricultural Memoranda for February. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 10 February 1894

Gardening .and Agricultural Memoranda for February. Kitchen Garden : Celery must be earthed up as required, »nd more may be planted out for a succession. Continue to BOW peas, beans, Deet, turnips, broccoli, &c, trad plant out Whatever may be left in the seed beds. Carefully attend to cuoumber plants, watering well in dry weather.— Flower Sakden: Thin out dahlia buds. Plant out perennial and biennial flowering plants, such as stocks, sweet-williams, &c, in oloady days, and give them water. Keep all beds and borders free irom weeds ; remove all decay ed bloom.— Orchard and Froit Garden : Attend to all fruit trees, removing all ripe ffult. Clear grape vines from all useless shoots and tendrils. Bee that all the branches are exposed to the eun and air — jfnxD Operations: Sow Cape barley aud turnips. Plant potatoes. Keep maize crops clean. Cut tobacco. Gather all ripe ootton podB, taking care uot to injure or break the plants. SATtJEDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1894.

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Sydney Commercial Intelligence. THE IMPORT MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 10 February 1894

Sydney Commercial Intelli gence. (Herald.) THE IMPORT MARKET. A steady business for immediate requirements has been done during the week. Not much busi ness of importance has transpired in the Import market, purchases generally speaking being of a UUUU-.U-U1UUIU ueauripmon. jioney from the coun try to meet ' cash in 30 days' purchases has been coming to hand satisfactorily, and there is a strong tendency to adopt this mode of doing business. THE STOCK AND SHARE MARKET. In the Stock and Share market yesterday busi ness was quiet. It cannot be said that there is yet any large amount of capital being offered for investment. The deposits of the reconstructed banks, continue in request, and all available are freely taken at the current rates, the business done being much more considerable than would be inferred from the business reported on the Stock Exchange. In bank shares the feature of the day was a further advance in Bank of New South Wales, the rights .to the new shares being also ...

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LATEST BANKRUPTCY. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 9. CREDITOR'S PETITION. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 10 February 1894

LATEST BANKRUPTCY. Fsidat, Febbtjary 9. creditor's petition. - Frederick Farrant Cos, official liquidator of the Grand United Gold-mining Company, Tarcutta, Limited, v. the estate of Peter Thomsom, deceased, late of Lake Albert, near Wagga Wagga, farmer. Date of hearing, 15th February. VOLUNTARY SEQUESTRATIONS. William Henry Chilvers, ofLucknow, bootmaker. Mr. A Morris, official assignee. William Hollier, of Penrith, formerly dairyman, carrying on business at Jamison Town. Mr. E. M. Stephen, official assignee. William Farquhar Forbes, of 28 King-street, Newcastle, boarding-housekeeper. Mr. A. Morris, official assignee. George Thomas Bradshaw, of Sandhills, New castle, boatman. Mr. L. T. Lloyd, official assignee.

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Some Stage Interruptions. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 10 February 1894

Some Stage Interruptions. In the first act of poor Wills's play of ' Bucking ham' the hero meets the heroine with words to this effect (ecstatic joy depicted, on his counten ance) :— ' We are at length alone.'. On hearing this someone in the gallery called out, in lnla° riousiy cneenui encouragement, 'What a luviy hoppertoonity.' This by no meanB helped to make thintrs pleasant. Again, in the first production of 'The Dead Heart,' when the late Beniimin Webster, rescued from the Bastille, was set down facing the footlights, the dungeor,»^orn miserable creature gives utterance to the line, ' My— heart —is dead.' Voice in the gallery :— '? How's your poor feet?' This was a popular saying at the time,butit did not help to make 'The Dead Heart' any more popular. On another occasion, in Colonel Eichard's' Cromwell/' the future Protector has a dream of what-not of the execution of Charles I. Of course, the stern Puritan wishes to banish the memory of the horror from Jiin mi-nA o*a appeals ...

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LATE NEWS BY CABLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 10 February 1894

LATE NEWS BY CABLE. Following are messages which have appeared in the Herald .— - London, Feb. 9. Mr. Robert Reid, Victorian Minister of Defence, had an interview yesterday with the Earl of Rose bery, Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, and asked for assistance in connection with his mission. He specially dwelt upon the Pacific cable question, and the subject of an enabling bill to remove the restrictions in the way of reciprocal trade relations between England and the colonies. Lord Kosebery expressed sympathy with Mr. Reid's mission, and promised to accord him every assistance in his power. Mr. Eeid has also impressed upon the War Office authorities the necessity for opening refrig erating stores at Calcutta, Bombay, Madras, and Colombo, in connection with the armv contracts for frozen produce. The House of Assembly in Nova Scotia ba3 addressed a memorial to Her Majesty the Queen, asking for powers to abolish the Legislative Council. Princess Marie Louise of Bulgaria (wife of ...

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Quirindi Races. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 10 February 1894

Quirindi Races. The committee of the Q. J. 0. has been very fortunate in securing for its approaching meeting on February 2 1 and 22 the largest entry it ever received. All other events close on the evening of the 20th instant. Following are the nominations : Opening Handicap. Mr. M. XV. Campbell's Puzzle B. Tnnner'e JD.U. M. Murphy's Chance C. T. Spratt's Blocklend J. Spratt's Golddrum .T. il. Campbell's Knuckleduster \V. M. Campbell's Peveril T. Phillips' Accolade XV. Phillips' LecturtBB G. L. Doolnn's Cypress W. Grogan's Ivory W. Holt's Trulee 13. 0. Kobinsou'a The Card . Jna. Ells' Islander XV. H. Kennedy's Bouquet J. I^ennard's Planet J. Dwyer's Wilfrid ,T. Grant's Goldenrod J. Grant's Wandaree H. Tubb's Curystaoia. Publicans' Purse. Mr. K. Tanner's E.U. J. Doolan's Muscatel II- Murphy's Chance D McDonald's Reveal ?T. XV. Brodie's Nnvette XV. M. Campbell's Peveril G. L. Doolan's Cypresa Jas Ells' Islander J. Grant's Goldpnrod C. I*. O'Neill'a Zoedone. Flying Handicap. Mr. XV. f...

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FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 10 February 1894

FEBRUARY. ?£ ?£ Phases or the Moon. o t» New Moon ? Cth ... 7.50 a.m. «h ''? First Quarter.. 13th ... 8 48 p.m. ?g o Full Moon ? 20th ... 12 21 p m. JJ ?» .-?-, -, Last Quarter... 27th ...10.33 p.m. £ g Q Q Apogee, 2nd. 8 am. Perigee, 18th, 7 a.m. j§ 5 Remarkable Events.. a m p m 1 Thur Spurgeon died 1892 6 23 7 i 3 Fri Kailwuy to Albury opened 1881 5 V4 7 4 3 Sat Kiver Darling discovered 1829 5 25 7 3 4 SON Quinquage^ima Sunday 5 20 7 2 5 .Mon Carlyle died 1881 5 27 7 1 6 Tuea Anniversary of Black Thursday 5 28 7 0 7 Wed Ash Wednesday 5 29 0 59 8 Thur First printing press in England 1471 5 30 0 58 9 Fri Bishop Hooper burned 1555 5 31 G 58 ? 10 Sat (0) Maryborough (Q.) iounded 1851 5 32 (i 67 11 Soil 1st Sunday in Lent 5 33 0 50 1? Mon (11) Melb Public Library opened 1850 5 34 G 55 13 Tues St. Valentine's Day 5 35 5 54 14 Wed (7) IJ.M.S. Orpluus wrecked at N.Z. 18G2 5 80 0 53 151hur 10,000 sheep burned at Stawell. Vic. 1851 5 .17MJ &2 16 Fri Tasmania settled by Lt. Gov. Coll...

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MARIGOLD. CHAPTER XI. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 10 February 1894

MARIGOLD. CHAPTER XI. ;: When Ethel reaches home, she finds Leo pacing to and fro iu the grounds. ; He is on a vi3it to Carleton Hall under the guise of Doctor Fisler, the name by which he is known at the university. 'TouhavebeeB committing some treachery to me, or you would have told me you were going to the village,' he cries, as he seizes Ethel's hand. She does her utmost to quiet him, but all the while she asks herself, in dismay : 'What shall I do with him while Hillis is here ?' At that 'moment the bushes beside them part, and Nhyorua steps forth v Her face is thin and ghastly, and stamped with disease. ' You will come home with mo, Leo ?' she prays. ' I am sick, and alone. This girl is a traitress to you. Ask her what errand she has been upon this afternoon.' ' She is a witch, sure enough,' thinks Ethel, in dismay. ' If Leo goes with her now, there is no end to the trouble she may give me by turning him against me.' ' She turns cvway from the couple with a gesture of haughty ...

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THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 10 February 1894

THE DAY. j*ebkdasry 10. St. Soterls. virgin martyr, fourth century. ^St Scholastics, vlrfiin, 543. St. Erlulph of Scotland, biehop, ?martyr at Verdun, 830. St. William of Malleval, 1157. ?Born. 'William Congreve, poet and dramatist (baptised), 1670. Bardseu; Aaron Hill, poet, ICS'j, Strand ; Dr. Benjamin Hoadly, 170fi. Jlrmul-n'reet. Iswon \ James Smith, comic ;poet, 1775, London; llev. Dr. Henry li. Milmun, liiatoriun, '1791. London. Died. Sir William Dupialc, historian and antiquary. l«8-i, fhuntilce; Isaac Vos6iu6, ecliolar, ot Leyden, 1C8!\ ?Windsor ?; Thomas Chubb. Wiltshire, divine, 1747, Salisbury, Montes ? qiiier, French jurist, 17G5, I'aris; Dr. Jamca Narea, musical compo?er, 1783, Weatmin-ter; Samuel I'rout, painter in water ??colours, 1852. Hvcnt — Uiot at Oxford on Schoinstica'* Day, 1354. Feiiruary 11 — Snints Saturninu?, Dativus, and others, martyrs of Africa, 304. St. Severinus, 507. St. Theodora, Empress, 867. In the Anglo-llomisu Calendar, Grcdmon, about C80 Jirrn. ...

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Review. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 10 February 1894

Review. Neuroomia -. A New Continent. A manuscript de livered by the Deep. By G. McIveb. George Eobertson and Co.: London, Melbourne, Sydney, Adelaide; and Brisbane. This is a story that takes rank among such tales as The New Atlantis Utopia, Edgar Allan Poe's Adven ntures of A.jGordon Pym, The Coming Race, etc. Neuroomia is a continent which occupies the region about the southern pole of our planet, and which has been separated from the rest of the earth for at least three millions of years. The continent is blessed with a genial climate, although its day and its night are alike lengthened ; the great band of antartic ice shuts out storms ; its people have at tained a high status of civilisation, are acquainted with all the arts and sciences of the modern known world, and indeed have improved upon them; natural beauties abound; the Government is re publican, under a central head and numerous provincial governors ; the people live habitu ally to the age of two hundred years; quarrel...

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A Description of Chicago. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 10 February 1894

A Description of Chicago. We have several times printed extracts from Mr. Jas. B. Hannay's letters from Chicago to Mr. J. D. Prentice. Following is one in which Mr. Hannay describes Chicago, the most wonderful of modern cities : — f11iipn.cn. 1st; .Tfl.Tinn.rv. ififH. Dear Mr. Prentice, — As you will note by the date, it is New Year's Day, and as such is a holiday here and I am lonely for a few hours, I think I cannot do better than jot down a line or two on this great cosmopolitan city,— and first of all I wish you a ' Happy New Year.' I have, however, posted to you and others my usual mail, which I thought was to leave yesterday, but I found I was a week in adTance. In rambling through Chicago anyone who has travelled very much in other countries must certainly acknowledge that on comparison she is far in advance of other cities as regards her buildings, public or private, in design, size, Iightnes3 of con struction and appearance, and also safety from fire, which demon in 1871 ta...

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SINGLETON. SINGLETON BOROUGH COUNCIL.—ELECTION OF MAYOR [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 10 February 1894

SINGLETON. SINGLETON BOROUGH COUNCIL. — ELECTION OF MATOR. A special meeting of this Council was held on Friday evening to elecb the Mayor for the current Municipal year. Present : The Mayor, Aldermen Munro, Lloyd, Atkin, Eobiason, Quinn, Wright, and McFadden. The Mayor laid on the table the declarations made by Aldermen McFadden, Abkin and Quinn- and by audibors Keif and Jay. On the motion of Alderman Munro, seconded by Alderman Atkin, it was resolved that the election be conducbed wibh open doors, and on the motion of Alderman Lloyd, seconded by Alderman Munro, it was resolved bhab bhe election be by open voting. Alderman Lloyd proposed that Alderman Eobinson be elecbed Mayor. The motion was seconded by Alderman Munro, supported by all the aldermen present, and carried unanimously. - The Mayor-elecb, having taken the chair, re turned thanks. On the motion of Alderman Quinn, seconded by Alderman Wright, a vobe of thanks was accorded by acclamation to the late Mayor (Alderman York) ...

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DISTRICT NEWS. GRETA. ASSAULT AT ARMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 10 February 1894

DISTRICT NEWS. [From our Correspondents.] GRETA. ASSAULT AT ARMS. Pending the sebblement of the European question and the Afghan Boundary Commissioners' report, two of our residents decided yesterday to enliven the prevailing monobony by having a Blight pre liminary 'flutter' in Newtown. The difficulty originated over eome municipal proceedings thab are being taken against a ratepayer, and said rate payer not approving of the course adopted decided to ' put 'em up' firab time he met a curtain official of the Council. Greta is nob big enough to permib of bwo men avoiding each obher who wish to meet, so of course the inevitable happened on Friday — the parties met, spoke of ' the nice weather we're having,' and then started bo smash each obher. Ib was an understood bhing, you see — quite regular^ and all that sort of thing — so bhab no one had any righb to growl or feel offended. At the firab meeting bhe Couneil man advanced wibh the evident inten' tion of hibting the ratepayer flat o...

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LATE GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 10 February 1894

LATE GEtfEEAL NEWS. Henry Neville, a life-aentenceprisonerfor murder,, died in Goulburn Gaol this week. The crime for which he was convicted was perpebrabed between Narrandera and Hay aboub eighb years ago. The Vicborian Coal Company is still boring at Red Bluff, St. Kilda. The ground is now so hard that it broke bhe diamond of the drill. An English experb states bhe counbry is similar bo bhat in which cannel coal is found in England. Geo. Newell, charged by his parbner, Bennebb, with having ab Gossord, New South Wales, ob tained .£100 by means of false pretences, was yes terday remanded at the Melbourne City Court for a week, pending bho arrival of the police from Sydney. Mr. E. Harnetb, finder of Hannan's Eush, Cool gardie, is visibing Adelaide. He says bhat the West Ausbralian goldfields are overboomed, and predicts hard times for bhe crowds who are flocking bhere. The Bishop of .North Queensland will preach bo morrow nighb in bhe Pro-Cabhedral, ab Newcasble. The benbmakers of Ne...

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STEWART'S BROOK. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 10 February 1894

STEWART'S BROOK. An agreeable break in the weather has occurred. Afber a week's hob, drying, f ull-blowir summer, we have been favoured wibh a change bo cool and light rain, and at present ib looks very promising for morej. 'We sbood in nr*Al} nf fhn rain Pa*. fV.rt InnJ t.nMn ~~~.. tells a sorry bale if lefb long wibhoub moisbure, and bhe flats being for the mosb part composed of sedi lnenb on gravelly bobtomB, bhe rain has every faciliby for filbering away. Nevertheless, in ordinary seasons the flabs will produce abundant crops of almost any vegetable ; bhe hills in scarce any place are far enough removed to admib of farming. The principal claims are doing steady work wibh only moderate prospects. A crushing iB ab present going bhrough the Standard Batbery from the GroBvenor. A very hard bar in bhe claim hae hindered bhe parby much ; should they succeed in cubbing through, good prospects are looked for. Messrs. Towns and Neimess have their babtery in working order, and are pubbing...

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A WORM WILL TURN. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 10 February 1894

A WORM WILL TUEN. Sir, — ' O Terapora, O Mores' indeed one may well exclaim upon reading the letter which appeared over this quotation in your issue of Thursday last, that; such venom should exist in a thing calling himself a man, but if properly described, a reptile. He seems to want to say something but does not know ?how to put it. But is there not another side to the question ? As to the attack on Mr. Chambers, it is ?harmless, I am given to fancy that he willtabe no notice of it, treating ife with that contempt which it deserves. But, should he think otherwise, he knows how to give a reply without descending to vile epithets and puerile sarcasms, so I pass that portion of the letter by. I fsrll to see that he made any ' underhand' cut in comparing openly, and on a public platform, the financial positions of the two towns. Who can read the report of the Treasurer ?of the West Maitland Council and fail to Gee how deeply ifc is wallowing in the slough of debt despite the thousands...

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. THE FALL IN WAGES. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 10 February 1894

LETTERS TO THE EDIT0E. THE FALL IN WAGES. Sib, — From all parts of the civilised world we have sad accounts of large numbers of unemployed and a general fall in the rates of wages. To those who have studied the principles and workings of economic science, the one explains the other. Every widely spread commercial panic or crisis has been followed by a more or less extensive with drawal of capital from industrial investment or enterprise, and a consequent diminution or stagna tion of the work of production and corresponding decreased demand for labour. To secure the employment of all able or willing to work the amount of available capital — whether in the bands of a few or many — should keep pace with the increase in the supply of labour. In hi3 treatise on ' Work and 'Wastes' Lord Brassev. whose father was one of the largest employors of labour in the world, and whose own experience has been almost as large as that of his father, points out how the rates of wages of railway labourer...

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SCONE. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 10 February 1894

SCONE. Saturday. The municipal election resulted as follows: — Shaw ? ...'. ? 81 Cooper ? ........../. ? 75 Lloyd ? \.... 21 The result of. the local option voting was as follows: — A Division : — Yes, 12. No, 30. B Division :— Tes, 18. No, 22.' GUNNEOAH. Saturday. The Gunnedah polling for the election of three alderman resulted as follows : — Horatio Hogarth ? ;... 127 Samuel R. Hutchih ? .....103 G. J. Kuhl ? 86 A. W. P. Godhard ? '. ? 84 E. De Van Weenan...... ? 81 The three first named were elected.

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MORPETH. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 10 February 1894

MORPETH. Tbe official declaration of the poll was made at the School of Arts, Morpeth, at noon to-day, by the Deputy Eeturning-Omcer (Alderman Sucker) in the presence of aboub thirty ratepayers, when Messrs. Wakely, Murphy, and Handsnaw were declared duly elecbed to serve as aldermen in bhe Borough Cosncil for the ensuing three years, and Messrs. E. Sim and E. Harding were declared duly elecbed auditors for the ensuing twelve months. The state of the poll for aldermen was as follows : C. F. Wakely ? 100 M. Murphy ? 69 J. Handshaw ? 6i E. Kebblewhite ? 57 J. G. White ? 53 W. Brooks ? 46 J. Eastwood ? 17 W. Tulloch ? 9 Informal ? 5 And for auditors the voting was : E.Sim ? 93 S. Harding ? 63 A. E. Goddard ? 50 E. T. Swan ? 18 C.E.Howard.......................... 15 J. E. Harris ? 4 The local option voting resulted : Division A.— New Licenses. No ? '....:. ? s* Yes ? ? ? 11 Division B. — Removals. ' No ? ? ? ???? 39 Yes ? 13 The Council Clerk (Mr. J. F. Butler) apologised for the absen...

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