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WEATHER REPORT. [BY TELEGRAPH] Sydney, Tuesday. Observatory, 1 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 13 February 1894

WEATHER REPORT. TBy Telegraph.] Sydney, Tuesday. Observatory, 1 p.m. Victoria and Straits : Generally fine, with scat* tered clouds. Tasmania : Fine, scattered clouds in the south._ New South Wales : Fine over western plains ; in south parts unsettled, and at places showery over remaindor.

Publication Title: Maitland Daily Mercury, The
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GOULBURN RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 13 February 1894

QOULBURN RIVER. Sadly wanting rain and hearing of it and in fact seeing storms falling all round is tantalising the Uoulburn River folk at present, but that blessing to mankind— hope, blessed hope— keeps alive our expectations of the good time coming. Up to tho present wo have had only 40 points, iust enough to put out any bush fhes. There is very little stir of any kind in the dis trict, bport soems tho only order of the day— cricket, racing, and even dancing this hot weather eeems to engage tho youthful mind, while the old buffers, though very quiet, aro intently watching every political move on the chessboard of the elec torate. By the bye, it is a wonder the freetrade magnates, who aro making themselves so busy over ;ne_ city and suburban electorates, do not turn their attention towards the provinces. There is a ripe and prolific field up here for afreefcrade league. 1 he arena is overrun with candidates for parlia mentary honours and emoluments, so a lea«-ue to study their game...

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Gardening and Agricultural Memoranda for February. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 13 February 1894

Gardening and Agricultural Memoranda for February. Kitchen Gardkn : Celery miiBt be earthed up ns required, and more muy be planted mil for a succession. Continue to BOW pens, tjoaaa, beet, turnips, broccoli, &c, and plant out Whatever may be left in the seed beds. Carefully attend to ououinbor plnntB, watering well in dry weather. — Floivkk &A.HDEN : Thin out dahlia buds. Plant out nerennial and biennial i'owci iug plants, such as stocks, sweet-williams, &c, in cloudy dr.yti, and give them water. Keep all beds and borders tree from weedo ; remove all decayed bloom.— Oucuard and Fkuit Garden : Attend to all fruit trees, remaving all ripe fruit. Clear crape vines from all useless shoots and tendrils. Bee that all Ihe branches are exposed to the sun and air — iTlELD Operations: Sow Cape bariey and turnips. Plant potatoes. Keep maize crops clean. Cut tobacco. Gather all ripe cotton pods, taking care not to injure or break the plants.

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THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 13 February 1894

THE DAY. FEBnuAnY 13. St. rolyeuctus, martyr at Melitine, 250. St MartiniftBua, hermit of Athcua, circ. fourth century. St. Medomnoc (or Dominic) bishop of Oeaorj , 6ixth century. St. Stephen, nbbot in Italy, eixlh century. St. Liciniun, bUhop of Augers, 018 St Gregory the Second (Pope) G81. KoRor, abbot of Elan In Cuampagne, circ. 1175. St. Catherine ue Kicci, virgin, lfiBO Born. Alexander AVcdderburn, Earl of llosalyn. 1733, ChcsierhaU; David Allan, Scotch painter, Hi\,AUoa\ Charles Maurice de Talleyrand L'erigonl. diplomatist, 1754 Died. Catherine Howard, 1543, Tower of London : Bcnve nuto Cellini, Florentine sculptor, 1570 ; Elizabeth (of Bohemia) 1CG2, Leicester Hov&c ; Dr. Cotton Mather, 1728, limlnn, N. A. ; Dr. Samuel Croxall, labulist 1752 ; Charles Count de Vergennes, French diplomatist, 1787, Versailles ; The Duke de Derri, assassinated 1820, Paris ; Henry Hunt, political character, 1835 ; Sharon Turner, historian, 1847.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 13 February 1894

?ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION. ! ?? To-Monnow, Wednesday, February 14. ?Mr J N BnoiiKEn. on the f-round adjoining the Gtaroh ntrppf railway station, at nine, conaiRiiments of farm and ( dairv nroduoe, on account of Hunter Kiver formers ; also, \. 60 bags nnd 2 tons Early Rose seed potatoes.— At the I CampBell's Hill yards, at three, wool, Hides, skinB, and ! EDWDl0Hic.0ENS, Marshall, and Co., at the Campbell's Hill I ' vards, at three, wool, hides, sheepskins, etc. i Mr E W. SrAniu:, at the Campbell's Hill yard3, at half-past [? 'two. wool, hides, skins, nnd tallow. I TnE Hunter ISiveii Fakkeks and CoNsujiEns CoopnitA I tive Agency Co., at the Company's Shed, South Jlait ! land, at nine, consignments of farm and dairy produce. '? Mr. IV. Dimmock, at Iii6 enle rooms, HiRh-street, West Mait [ land, at two, hoiiFehold furniture, kitchen utensils, &c. ; shipfbkig. PEfflMSUL&l ft 0I1E1TAL THE ROYAL MAIL STEAMSHIPS of the above Company will be despatched from Circular Quay...

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TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1894. SHEARERS AND PASTORALISTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 13 February 1894

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1894. SHEABEHS AND I'ASTOEALISTS. A coNFEEEifCE of shearers union delegates was held in Sydney lost week, as our readers are aware. AmoDg other business done was the passing a resolution instructing shearers to decline to accept engaptemeuta through the offieea of the Pastoralists Union, and to refuse ©ither to take or to produce references from paBtoralists when seeking work. Naturally, this resolution excited comment among station-owners. Was the resolution a declaration o£ war ? Are the unionn, having saved a little money after the last Btrike, desirous to abrogate the agree ment and to provoke a tew conflict ? These weire the questions asked. The conclusion of the majority was that at present nothing serious was intended. As to the practice of engaging shearers through the offices of the Pastoraliata Union, it is explained tha,* since the conclusion of the agreement establishing freedom of contract, engagements had been made in that way as a matter of conve...

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FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 13 February 1894

FEBRUARY. 5 -g Phases op the Moon. o £ New Moon ? Gth ... 7.50 a.m. H H'. S'mt Quarter.. 13th ... 8 48 p.m. ?g 'S Kull 'Moon....;. 20th ... 12 2Lpm. S - -, t-, Ijast Quarter... 27th ...30.33 p.m. 'g g q p Apngte, 2nd, 8 am. Perigee, 18th, 7 a.m. « £ JtEMARKAIJEE EVENTS. - ampm IThur Spurgeon died : : 1892 8 23 7 4 ? Fri Hallway to Albury opened . 1881 5 vi 7 4 3 Sat River Darling discovered 1820 5 25 7 3 4 Sdn Quinqunj-esima Sunday 5 20 7 2 5 Mon Carlyle died ? ? 1881 5 27 7 1 C Tues Anniversary of Black Thursday ' ? 5 28 7 0 7 Wed Ath Wednesday 5 29 a so 8 Tuur First printing presa in England 1471 5 30 n 08 9 Fri Uiehop Hooper burned 155S 5 81 0 68 10 Sat (G) Maryborough (Q.) founded 18515 32 0 57 11 S(TN 1st Sunday in Lent 5 33 « 50 12 lion (11) sielb Public Library opened 185G 5 34 0 55 13Tues (7) IT.H.S. Orplu us wrecked, at N.Z. 1802 5 35 S 54 14 W. d St. Valeutlne's Day 5PCG53 15lhur 1(1,000 sheep burned nt Stawell, Vic. 1851 5 S7 0 52 .10 Fri Tasmania Fettled by Lt, Gov. Coll...

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METEOROLOGICAL REPORT, WEST MAITLAND. READING, 9 A.M., 13TH FEBRUARY, 1894. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 13 February 1894

METEOROLOGICAL REPORT, WEST MAITLAND. Beading. 9 a.m., 13th February, 1891. Thermometer— Maximum, 74; minimum, 54. Ksinfall— 13 points. ?, Remarks— Calm, showery.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 13 February 1894

The Census of New South Wales —From the Government Statistician we havn received : Results of a Census of the Colony of Now South Wale?, tal-en for the night of April 5, 1891.— Part 7. Habitations. T«usTEE3, Site fob Mechanics' Institute, Aberdeen.— The following gentleman have been appointed truBteo3 : Messrs. August Schroter, Murde Cameron MoKenzie, Kenneth McLeoda William Frost.

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Daily Weather Report. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 13 February 1894

Daily Weather Eeport. The following meteorological and weather information was received at the West Maitland telegraph etation to-day:— Arraidnle— Calm, raining lightly ; 4G pointo Aberdeen— South, dull Branxtou— Calm, cloudy, like rain Bourke— North-east, oloudy ; 8 points Boggabri— Calm, dull Butraba— South-eaBt, overcast, showery ; 13 points Bingara— South-east, showery; 8 points Brewarrina— Calm, oloudy; 15 points Cnssilis— Calm, oloudy Coolah— Calm, cloudy Coonabnrabran— East, fine Coonamble— South-east, cloudy Clarence Town— Calm, dull, like rain Denman— Calm, dull, like rain Dungog— Calm, cloudy ; 14 points Greta— South-east, showery Glen Innes— Calm, mining : 30 points Goodooga— Calm, showery ; 105 points Gunnedah— S, dull Gundv— Calm, cloudy Jerry's Plains — Calm, cloudy, like rain MorpeUi— S E ,liplit, nhowery, 19 points ' Muwellbrook— S.E., showery, 1 point Mqrrurundi^-S E., cloudy Slobnan Brook— Calm, fine . ' Merriwa— Calm, cloudy Millie— S E, cloudy, 24 points Jloree— ...

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FORECAST ISSUED TO-DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 13 February 1894

FORECAST ISSUED TO-DAY. New South Wales.— Fresh southerly to S.E. winds on coast, strongest on N.E. coast, but not a gale. A tropical disturbance over Central Queens laud yesterday is now causing slight to heavy ram in those districts. '

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 13 February 1894

FLAT PLUG THICK. TWJST Amswcan LnaP £ten nil the rest of NJS.Wales put together. ?? H' t ? ??- ??.?'? .-??,., A Medicinal Diet Drink. A Tonic Invigorant A Salutary Corrective. PURE PALATABLE PERFECT. WOLFE'S MtQlITIC SCHNAPPS THE PERFECTION. OF BRANDY. ^ ? * ? JOSHUA BROTHERS' ?'THE pure distillation of Australian Grapes ? 'Wh.oleBOTn.e, 3STo-o.27is3a.i33.S, _^ . _ . . Pronounced by the highest authorities and experts to he THE PERFECTION OF BRANDY, and equal in quality to the finest Cognac. In cases and bulk of all Wine and Spirit Merchants. S. HOFFNUNG & CO., Sydney, Sole Agents for N. S. Wales and Queensland. -»Q5 Mean. JLjii Jifvf-r r'-^M '*--_? -sfcu* gjJ3L. ^EMJsai.ra «s» ? STATEMENT of REVENUE and EXPENDITURE of the PASTURES and STOCK PROTECTION BOARD, afc CASSILIS (Merriwa District), for the YEAR ENDING 31st DECEMBER, 1893. ? ? — LEOAL. HAS Commenced tie Practise of lis FroUon ] AS AH B ATTORIEf, SOLICITOR, and OFFICE® : OPFOSIIS Wm- I lUIt and tUI, ] West MAnnLArcp....

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LATE GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 13 February 1894

LATE GENERAL NEWS. A serious charge has been laid against Henry Bartlett, M.L.A., the senior member in the House of Assembly for Tcrke's Peninsula, South Australia. An information has been issued against him for an alleged assault on a little girl, aged 7, whose father had been in the employ of Bartlett. The other evening a woman asked two little girls in Victoria Square, Adelaide, to hold her baby for five minutes, but she never returned. The child has been handed over to the State Children's De partment. An explosion occurred at the Nico Explosive Works, St. Albans, Victoria, yesterday, severely injuring William Ross, 23, and John Clarke, 24, Ross was scraping out a nico box in the chilling room, when it exploded, and he is not expected to recover. Clarke was severely burned through rush ing- to the assistance of Ross. William Redf earn, the unfortunate Council Clerk who took such a prominent part in tho terrible tragedy at Burwocd, yesterday, had announced himself as a Parliament...

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SURVEY FOR SEWERAGE PURPOSES. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 13 February 1894

SURVEY FOR SEWERAGE TURFOSES. JL'he .President submitted farther papers from the Department of Public Works in connec tion with the survey of the city of Newcastle for sewerage purposes. The last communication from the Board to the Department on this subject inti mated that the Board had decided that the time is not opportune for the carrying out of the general scheme of the areas embracing Newcastle and suburbs, and that as regards the mining townships and the suburbs no further steps should be taken in connection with the survey ; but, in the case of the city of Newcastle, the Board were of the opinion that, provided tfie total cost of the survey would not exceed the estimate furnished, viz., wS2200, this survey, having axrived at its present stage, should be completed and be made available for the pro mulgation of such a scheme of sewerage as may hereafter be decided upon. Thia communication was sent to the Department on the 15th of last month, and on the 24th idem Mr. E. N. Tnyn...

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Probable Weather. FORECASTS ISSUED YESTERDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 13 February 1894

Probable Weather. FORECASTS ISSUED YESTERDAY. Victoria. — Moderately fine and cool, with fresh or strong S. to S.E. winds.— R. L. J. Ellery. South Australia. — Fine and cool, S.E. to southerly winds ; fresh on coast.— O. Todd,

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. NEWCASTLE. ARRIVALS.—THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 13 February 1894

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. NEWCASTLE. (By telegraph trom our Correspondent) ARUI VALS.— This Day. Buninyoog, 8., from Sydney. Aloe, 8., lrom Syduoy. Sydney, 8., from Sydney. Augusta, 8., from Sydney. Timaru, a., from Sydnoy. Talus, ablp, irom Monte Video. Sophia Aune, 8., from Sydney. Mary Laurie, ketch, from Sydney; DEPARTURES.— YESTERDAY. ' Namoi, a., for Sydney. ? Federal, s., for Melbourne. Gluucus, a., lor Melbourne. This Day. Norkoowa, for Molbourne. Taupo, for Catherine Hill Bay. Countess of Errol, eon., for Sydney. Gosfurd, 8.. for Port Stephens. Moggie Johnson, s., for Lake MacqHarie. SYDNEY. ARRIVALS— Yesterday. Age, s, 2281 ton?, Captain John Clark, from Geelong 10th February. Rotokino, 8, 2204 tonB, Captain C. Splnks, from Wellingtoii 7th February. Beeswing, s, 1119 tons, Captain Rowlands, from Melbourne and Geelong. Bnlmnin, b, 004 tons, Captain T. Hunter, from Newcastle. Archina, yaoht (P.A.Y.C ), Captain Harris, from Hobott Cth Kfihriiarv. DEPARTURES.— Yesterday. Bunlnyon...

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MERRIWA. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 13 February 1894

R3ERRIWA. The adjourned annual meeting of subscribers to the Merriwa Hospital was held in the School of Art3, Merriwa, on Monday evening, February 5 th, The chair was occupied by J. B. Bettingtou, Jdisq.,_ irresment, who explained the business of the meeting, viz., to recoive the annual report of the Committee of Management and medical officer's report, also the financial statement for the past year, and to elect officers and committee for the ensuing year. After the minutes of the last annual meeting of subscribers had been confirmed, the following reports were read : — 2entli Annual Report of the Merruim Hospital. In submitting their report and hon treasurer's balance-sheet fortheyearjuit ended, your committee , beg to state that the sum of £116 11b has been raised during the year. A portion of the above sum, viz., £50, wns bequenthed to the institution by the late Mr. Lnke Page, of Brindley Park. The most careful attention has been given to the patients by the medical officer, Dr...

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COUNCIL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 13 February 1894

COUNCIL MEF.TIWG. The Borough Council met, as usual, on Monday evening. Present: Aldermen Harman, Connolly, Kilroy, Nattrass, A. Pryor, and Southall. Eesolved, on the motion of Alderman Kilroy, seconded by Alderman A. Pryor, that Alderman Connolly take tne chair. The minutes were then read and passed, on the motion of Alderman A. Pryor, seconded by Alderman Nattrass. The outgoing correspondence was read and approved, on the motion of Alderman Kilroy, seconded by Alderman A. Pryor. Incoming correspondence wa3 read: — From Mr. R. Scobie, M.L.A., saying that he had, as requested by the Council, interviewed the Minister of Works with a view to having an advance of i53OO made to the Council on the money due by that Department, and that the matter was under consideration. The member was of opinion that the advance would be granted. From the Department of Works, a couple of letters stating that the above matter was tinder consideration, and that a further communication would be sent. From ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 13 February 1894

THE GREATEST OF ALL THE LIFE COMPANIES. TOTAL ASSETS EXCEED ^37,000,000.- Purely Mutual ; all claims settled on the spot immediately upon receipt of satisfactory proofs of death and title. PAID ON ACCOUNT OF POLICY-HOLDEES, .£87,452,449. Fifty ye£W3' experience bas taught the management of The Mutual Life of New York tho Forms of insurance best adapted to popular requirement. Among these are the Income Life Policyir Life Option Endowment, Six (Po-r Cent ConsoJ, and tho Policies issued in honour of the Jubilee ' fear, namely, The Five Per Gewl. Debenture, and Tho Continuous Instalment Policy. Z. C REKlKIflE., General! Fflasuagss* for i^usfrsillia. For information regarding the Company and the different forms of Insurance, apply to ALEX. RJ3AC KMBGHT, Manager for New South Wales, 131 Pitt-street, Sydney; or to HUH. EDWARD BL.A55?, Agent for Maifcland. 27

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Water and Sewerage Board. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 13 February 1894

Water and Sewerage Board. The usual weekly meeting of the Hunter District Water Supply and Sewerage Board was held at their offices, Newcastle, yesterday. The President occupied the chair, and Messrs. John R. Rodgera Vice-President) Henry D. 'Walsh, Jainoa S.Rodgers, Henry Rushton, Arthur C. Lee, and Archibald Gardiner were in attendance. The minutes of tho iu-uviuus meeting together with summaries of the inward and outward correspondence were read and confirmed. The revenue return showed collections for tho week amounting to JJ94G IDs 3d, making a total trom the 1st January last of .£2800 0s 2d. _ The engineer's progress report for the week end ing Oth instant was laid on the table as usual. A communication was read from the West Mait and Council applying for permission to take water from tho street hydrants for the pur(x-=e of damp ing the soil on the embankment works in Sempill streot. The Board decided, under the circum stances, to make no charge for the water, as the consumptio...

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