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Land Sales. (Gazette Supplement, April 24.) [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 12 May 1894
Land Sales. I (Gazette Supplement, April 24 .) I The following lots of land will be offered for sale by public auction, at the undermentioned places at the time and on the days specified, at tho upset price affixed to each lot respectively. Deposit, 25 per cent. : At the Lands Office, Walgett, on Wednesday, July 4. DENnAM : 1 country lot, parish of Pearse ; situate about 3G miles north-easterly from Walgett. Area, 242 acres. Upset price, £1 5s 9d per acre, which includes .£8 Gs Gd for half value of fence on the southerly boundary. At the LandB Office, Murrurundi, on Friday, July 6. Pottinger : 1 country lot, parish of Doona, Bituate about 44 miles north-westerly from Murru rundi. Area, 260 acres. UpBet price, £2 10s per acre. Reserve 18727 from sale other than auction. Brisbanb : 2 country lots, parish of Murrurundi; Bituate about 2J miles southerly from Murrurundi. Area, 24 acres 2 roods and 55 acres 1 rood. Up3et price, ifil lis 3d and £1 12s 3d per acre, which in cludes XI 10s an...
A Fortunate Bird. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 12 May 1894
A Fortunate Bird. The most privileged of the Princeas _ of Wales' pets at Sandringham, is a jolly-looking white cockatoo with a salmon-coloured crest surmounting bis quaint and somewhat vene rable countenance. With head sloped to one side, he balances himself on his metal perch with the double object of having bis portrait takeu and listening comtortably to the recital of his history. ' Cockie,' sb was explained to the writer (the bird emphasising each sen tence by alternately raising and lowering hia crest, but maintaining strict Bilence), has an objection to wearing feathers during the present fine warm weather. In fact, he carefully removes from his person each one as it grows, with the sole exception of those on his head, neck, and tail, which he possibly thinks add dignity to his appearance and enable him the better to Bupport bis character as the chief Eoyal pet. He haB been in the possession of the Princess for the last 15 or 20 years, and is exceedingly fond of her, as well ...
Splendid Returns for Frozen Meat. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 12 May 1894
Splendid Beturns for Frozen Meat. J. H. Goddes and Co. (Tho Pastoral Finance Association, Ltd.), huve handed Ub the following returns of their shipment, of 10,725 carcases frozen mutton per e.s. ' Thermopylte,' and sold in London on account of their eeveial owners : — 50 carcases, Tubho, Riverina, average weight 6/-441bs. ; price, 13s l'21d. 2014 carcases, IG'rurbury, Riverina, average weight 5't*22l bs ; price, 8s 10'03d. 2327 carouses, Goree, Riverina, average weight 50.28Ibs. i price, 8s 2 03d. C25 carcases, Groongal, Riverina, average weight 5M3lbs. ; pric», 8s 1 G I. 277 carcasi-s, Yanco, Riverina, average weight 48 311bs. ; price, 7s lOOGd. 1870 carcases, Beingagee, Riverina, average weight, 48-521bs. ; price, 7s 9 47d. 995 carcases, 2. Kirribilla, average weight 49 021bs ; price, 7s Gd. 508 carcases, 8, Kirribilla, average wfiight 4726 lbs. ; price, 7s 445d. 1909 carcnses, Goolgutubla, Riverina, average weight 42'831bs. ; price, Gs 3 05d. Tho above sheep were, with one except...
Queensland Stock Movements and State of the Country. (Queenslander.) [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 12 May 1894
Queensland Stock Movements and State of the Country. (Quccnslander.) Fine weather has been the prevailing characte ristic throughout the colony this week, although showers have been reported from many stations. The first touch of winter weather has just been ex perienced on the Darling Downs, where a slight frost has occurred. Feed and water are every where plentiful, and a good winter for stock is assured. Cooktown, April 27. — The weather had been fine Bince Tuesday, but last evening there was a heavy downpour of rain, 3'0Gin. being registered. The weather was again fine most of to-day, but it is at present raining, with every appearance of continu ance. I Cairns, April 30. — The rainfall since Thursday has been 2'37in. The weather is still showery. — May 2 : The rainfall for the month totalled 36in. The weather is fine. Ingham, April 27. — The weather since the floods has been changeable, and several heavy showers have fallen, but the roads are being made passable. Hughenden, May...
J. ENRIGHT'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 12 May 1894
J. enright's report. Horses are in better demand ; I cleared out a large number thiB week on account various owners at from X2 to X12 10a each. X will offer a number on Monday next at yards. Fat cattle in fair de mand, X2 10a to £5 for prime bullocks. Store stock enquired for, 15s to 45s each. Springing cows and milkers in good demand. I sold— 15 at from £2 to £6 each. Fat and store pigs, 10s to 353. Fat sheep, 4s 9d to 10a each. Lucerne and oaten hay, £2 to £3 10s per ton; lucerne seed, 7Jd to 9d per lb; maize, 23 to 2s 3d ; oats. 2a 3d to 2s 6d ; barley. 2s Gd to 2s 9d ; wheat, 2s 9d to 3s 6d ; potatoes, dull of sale, £2 10s to £2 15s. House and land preperties, no sale concluded to report. West Maitland, May 11, 1834.
E. W. SPARKE'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 12 May 1894
E. w. sparke's report. Fat Cattle. — Supplies on Monday were fairly heavy, but with a good attendance of the trade 6ales were lively. I had last sale, but notwithstand ing this fact biddings were very brisk, and I suc ceeded in quitting my consignments at satisfactory prices.^ Yardings at yesterday's sale were not excessive, but proved ample for requirements. Fresh quality yards of bullocks were most in re quest, and biddings for such were spirited aud prices a shade firmer. Medium qualities met with but scant attention, and values were without alter ation. I have sold— On account of Chas. Marshall, 15 cows from £2 to X2 18s, 4 heifers at XI 15s, 17 light bullocks from X2 10s to £3 33 ; Jno. Burgeman, light ibullocks at £2 9s Gd, steers (light) from XI Gs to XI 10s ; A. L, Stacy, 28 bullocks from £3 to £3 13s? ;9 from £2 13s to £2 15s ; Bobt. Landers, 31 bullocks from £2 18s to £3 lis, 20 (light) from £2 9s to £2 143, 1 cow at £2 3s ; E. Appe, G bullocks at £2 17s Gd, 15 light steer...
EDWD. HIGGENS, MARSHALL, AND CO'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 12 May 1894
EDWD. JIIOGENS, MARSHALL, AND Co's REPORT. I Fat Cattle. — The market this week has been well supplied with cattle ranging in quality from medium to prime. Sales opened on Monday to an excellent attendance of the trade, competition was brisk throughout, and market closed firm at a consider able advance on recent quotations. At yesterday's sales very few buyers were present, and saleB ditfi cult to effect at low prices. We have sold — On account of Jas. Hall, bullocks at £3 10s to £4 133; T:F. Knox, bulljcks at £3 5s to £4 43; S. Wiseman, cows at £2 6s Gd to £3 lis 6d, heifers at £1 IG3 to £2 ; T. Ritter, cows (rough) at £1 3s to £1 15s ; W. Hill, steers at £1 10s to £1 19s, heifers at £1 9s to £1 19s; C. Rose, eows at £2 12s 6d, heifers at £2, steers at £1 14s ; R. Swallow, steers at £1 I63 to £2 5s Gd, heifers at £1 12s 6d ; J. Dent, steers at £2 8s ; C.King, rough cowsat£l 18s to £2; J. Cooper, heifers at £1 14a Gd to £2 ; J. Dixon, steers at £2 4s to £2 193 Gd; J. Fletcher, light...
Maitland Auctioneers' Reports. J. N. BRUNKER'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 12 May 1894
Maitland Auctioneers' Keports. jj n. brunker's report. I Fat Cattle.— Supplies for the week have been large, and consisted of li»;ht cows and bullocks in medium condition. Monday's sales were well attended, and satisfactory priceB ruled throughout. Business yesterday was extremely dull, and it was only by the acceptance of lower values that sales were effected. I sold— On account of G. Hudson, bullocks at £4 43, ditto light at £3 to £3 lis ; R. Dodds, light bullocks £3 to £3 8s, steers at £2 12s, culls at £1 15s, light, heifers at £1 103 Gd ; J. Denton, light bullocks at £3 to .£3 9s, steers at £2 15s ; A. Benson, light heifers at £1 15s ; S. Marshall, light cows at .£1 10s to £1 193 ; Agents, heifers at £ 1 15s to £1 19s Gd ; W. J. McDonald, light bullocks at £3 to .£3 4s ; Mr. J. Vile, cowb at £3 103 ; R. Comerford, cows at -S3 7s 6d j J. J. KcKeown, heifers at J31 8s Gd to £1 15s ; M. Boland, steers at JB2 6s Gd to £3, culls at £1 19s to .£1 19s Gd, cows at £2 7s to £2 12s, heife...
Maitland Commercial Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 12 May 1894
Maitland Commercial Intelligence. A fair amount of activity has ?jeen exhibited in tho produce markets during the past week, though prices have a declining tendency. Supplies con tinue plentiful, aud the derjand remains steady. 'Flour ia cheaper, being now. quoted at from £7 15b to £8 10s per ton, according to quality j and maize has dropped as low a3 Is Id per bushel. Cliaff is a little dearer, and remains firm at from .£3 15s to JEM 5s per ton. 'With these exceptions there is no alterations in tho prices of other commodities. Latest quotations are : — Flour, £7 15s to £S 10s per ton, according to quality. Wheat, dull ; best quoted at 3s 3d j inferior, 2s Sd to 2s Gd. Maize plentiful, Is lOd to 2s 3d per bushel. Oats— seed, 2s 3d to 2s 9d per bushel ; feed, 2d 6d to 3s. Vetches, 13s per bushel. Barley— Cape, 2s 6d to 3a per bushel ; English 2s Gd to 3s ; skinless, 5s to 5a Gd. Bran. — Maizena, £5 per ton ; other sorts .£3 10s. Pollard, £3 10s to .£-1- 5s per ton. Chaff, £3 15s to £...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 12 May 1894
S. N. COMPANY. nPKE .ROYAL MAIL STEAMSHIPS of tho e -? Jl above Compai ly will be despatched from I Circular Quay (Mac quarie Point) and from Mel- f bourne and Adelaid e on the following dates at 1 ?HOON e FOR '? LONDON f (Touching at the usual t intermediate porta en route) - ' Z Ceave . Eeavo Steamer. « Comm. tt-ot'i'. Sydney U',h.„ Ade :t Noon. MelDrfi' Jaide. Arcadia ? 0302 W B. An drewe liny 14 May 19 Ilfoy 23 v-.Valetta ? 4919 It. F. Iirl 'scoe., May 28 June 2 JuneC Home ? 5515 A., li. Du aioll.. June 11 June 10 June 20 ? Parramatta... 4771 I'. Harris ? June 26 June 30 July 4 Britannia ? C'37 O. F. 1'rei ton.. July 9 July 14 July IS' ? . Oceana ? ? G3C5 IJ Stewar t ? July 23 July 28 Aug:-! Australia ? 7000 I. Beeves ? ? Aug. 0 Aug. 11 Aug/ 15 And thenceforward e very alternate week. RATES OP PASSAGE .? VLONBY TO LONDON : First Saloon, A 50 to .£70. Second Saloon, £35, £37, £40. RETURN HCKE'j ?S, £65 to £115. toIFi )IA. ? -. Pirst saloon, single, . £40 ; return, JECO r ' Second...
BLACKVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 12 May 1894
BLACKVILLE. Social. — An evening party was given by the residents of Blackville in the new school building here on Tuesday night, the 1st inst., when between thirty and forty friends and neighbours turned up for the occasion. Dancing started about8 p.m., and was kept up with great eclat until 11.45, when the ladies and gentlemen retired to Mr. J. S. Panguley s residence for refreshments. After the inner man had been satisfied tho ladies and gentlemen then returned to the ball room and indulged in dancing until daylight. About twelve couples were on the floor at one time. Mr. A. McCumstie made an efficient M.C. The music was supplied by MeasrB. McCumstie and R. Pengilley, who gave every satisfaction. After the dancing broke up the company again returned to Mr. Pengilley'a for breakfast, and then dispersed for their respective homes much satisfied with their night's enjoyment. New Buildings. — Mr. Denis Hickey, of Quirind;, is making great progress in the new school build ing here, wh...
DISTRICT NEWS. SINGLETON. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 12 May 1894
DISTRICT NEWS. I [From our Various Correspondents.] ! SINGLETON. I Death of Mr. William Manly. — The inexor able hand of death has removed from us a highly esteemed citizen, Mr. William .Manly, a partner in the firm of James Moore and Company, Ltd., the sad event having taken place at the residence of the deceased gentleman, Victoria House, Church-street, at eight o'clock yesterday (Saturday) evening. Tho funeral took place this (Sunday) afternoon, the cortege following the lemains to tlieir last resting place in tho Church of England cemetery being one of the longest ever seen in Singleton. After the religious Bervice was over, the Masonic ritual was impressively conducted by R.W. Bro. Joseph Keif, P.M., at the grave, in the presence of a large gathering of the craft who paid their last tribute of respect to their deceased brother. Football. — Admirers of the great game rolled up in good numbers yesterday afternoon to witness the first match of the season, when a first-class fiftee...
SEAMAM. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 12 May 1894
SEAMAM. On Sunday last the usual divine service was held in St. Andrew's Church, and the o'caaion being i special one tho congregation was unusually large. It had been announced that the beloved pastor, the Rev. ' Canon Goddard, who for many years has faithfully and zealously ministered to his people here, was to be with us for the last time as our incumbent on that day. St. Andrews being about to be attached to the parish of Raymond Terrace. With feelings of deep regret all who could do so gathered together to bid farewell to their esteemed minister, and once more to listen to his words of earnest counsel, which so often before they had doneunderso many and varied circumstances. Tho sermon delivered was beauti fully expressive, the text being from Deut. xxx., 19 v. At the conclusion of the service Mr. Ebbeck, one of the churchwardens, on behalf ot the con» gregation, presented to Mr. Goddard a neat and suitable address, in which their deep regret at his severance from them, and als...
GRESFORD. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 12 May 1894
GRESFORD. District Council Election.— The election of two members to act on the Paterson District Council took place here and at Paterson on Friday last, a fair amount of interest being centered in the proceedings. Mr. Tinkler, a coming colt, held the honourable position of beading the list, winning by a neck from .the second candidate (Mr. Doyle), who has been a consistent runner in these ' District Council Slakes.' The defeated candidate has done j excellent service on the Council, but his neglecting to 'show his paces' at the nomination evidently did him some harm. Cricket. — The local team were rather disap pointed on Saturday last, through the Paterson C. C. crying oil their engagement on the Thursday previous. It can be said to the credit of the local club, as also of kindred clubs up the river, that they never fail to keep their engage ments, although . having barely more than enough members to comprise a team. When a club boasts of having seventy odd mem bers enrolled, a spl...
RAYMOND TERRACE. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 12 May 1894
R&YEflOND TERRACE. A public meeting was held in the School of Arts on Monday afternoon for the purpose of deciding what steps should -be taken for the establishment - of a volunteer fire brigade. The chair was occupied by the Mayor, Dr. Meredith. Ald°rmari Hanlon moved a resolution affirming the desirableness o£: i initiating a movement for providing the town with some means of extinguishing fires, which was seconded by Alderman Crane and supported by Messrs. Adam, Hunter, and Burgess, and carried. Mr. D. E. Hunter moved that the Mayor and aldermen — Messrs. J. S. Hart, A. M. Doyle, T. Adam, J. B. Wakely, A. L. Adam, T. J. Shields, T. J. yard, M. S. Monteagresti, W. T. Keene, G. W. Murray, J. Krobm, H. Courtney, J. Keenan, O. Fraser, J. T. Jackson, R. Mayo, J. Richardson, S. W. Martens, and the mover bo appointed1 a committee for the purpose of carrying out the wishes of the meeting as set forth in the first resolution. The motion was seconded by Mr. A. M. Doyle and carried....
MOREE. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 12 May 1894
MOREE. A most successful entertainment came off in the large hall of the School. of Arts on Thursday, the 3rd instant, for the purpose of clearing off a small modicum of debt owing by the Public School Gymnasium Fund, and introducing to the public the Moree Uproar Amateur MinBtrel Co., under the leadership of Mr. J. Kay, with Mr. Ryan as ' Bones,'' and Mr. T. Crowley ' Tambo.' The fun was fast and furions, the climax being the farce entitled, 'The Coalheaver's Revenge.' The audience, which was the largest which has yet attended a public entertainment, appeared highly delighted; aboufc 100 of the school children who were in front fairly revelled in it. The financial result was a success . all expenses of rehearsals, entertainment, and erecting gymnasium having been wiped out without resorting to reconstruction. Moree, 5th May, 1894.
DISTRICT NEWS. PATERSON. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 12 May 1894
DISTRICT NEWS. [From Our Correspondents '] PATERSON. At tho Paterson Court House on Tuesday, before Messrs. Tlieo. Cooper, Walter Tucker and F. Rey nolds, Ja.P. ; Mrs. Ellen Smith, licensee of tho Commercial Hotel, Paterson, was charged, on the information of Frederick Creig, with neglecting to receive hiin into her house as a guest, he beintr a lona-fidc traveller. Mr. Hill, solicitor, of, East Maitland, appeared for the defendant. After hear I ing a number of witnesses, the bench dismissed the case. Mr. Hill applied for costs, which were re fused. A special Licensing Court will be held at the Paterson Court House on Tuesday, the 5th June,, at 11 a.m. Tho 'total number of electors' rights to be dis tributed in the Paterson division of the Durham electorate was 840, of which 804 have been issued by onr energetic police force. 3G remain un delivered and have been forwarded to the registrar at Dungog. A very sad incident occurred last week in con nection with a resident of our distric...
YANGO CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 12 May 1894
YANGO CREEK. As this is rather an obscure place, none of your correspondents ever take thq trouble to write about it or its inhabitants and their doings. Yango is situated about eight mile3 to the weBt of Wollombi. It does not contain many public buildings, the only one of importance being a public school which is not a very grand-looking building, being con structed of wood and covered with a shingled roof. There are about twenty-five families resid ing in this locality, their principal occupation being farming, which is carried on extensively. The inhabitants are very sociable, and are not devoid of a Bpirit of mirth. They have just erected a nice hall in whioh weekly entertainments are held. Being present at one of these entertainments held on the 7th instant, I was able to form an idea of the social itself and of the people who attended it, and I must say my opinion was a favorable one, for though I was a stranger to almost all who were there, I was treated with the utmost cordi...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 12 May 1894
Speaking of raffling at church bazaars, an Ameri can c mtemporary says: — 'Church raffles have created or fostered a taste for gambling that has led many a young man astray. When Che patch work bed quilt is raffled off at so much a 'square, the devil's chaplain solemnly exclaims Here endeth tho first lesson — in gambling.' ' In Argyllshire is a comfortable farmhouse named North Pole.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 12 May 1894
ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION. SA-ruiinAT, May 12. MF- Ji C^aiiranxton f a^t eleven^ limieeliold furailure,. Mr. J. Enmg11^. ainiur eets. vases, 500 lota of choice ffia aXeorZnware, 12 dozen tumblers and wine glasses, &o. , Gunneaali, at two, 40 liead of 'BACborB18, comisUng 01 HE' harness and draught colts and fillies' mokdat, May 14. „ T w nunsKEit at the Campbell's Hill yards, at eleven, .Mr. J- N. BTtDNKE', , i2o |nt and store pigs. 125 fat cattle , 700 M Bbeep u ^ Munl(,ipal y0rd8i Cnmp Hl°hfn'l'lHll at rfevenTlOOfat cattle;, 10 cnoice cows, near calving ; 500 fat sheep ; COfat and store pigs. m ftt ^K'cStle: 700 1nt B\iccp?8™ fat and 8tore pigs; 10 choice gnrlncers, near eaMog ? Saie yflrdg, Campbell's MR UiU,%iRSn,ahoVlce.B^ bugglcB, spring ?w»°ntB''K0- YOENG at Goodyer's Hotel, at twelve, rich agiiciritgraHarm of M mostly undcrcr0P'