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WEATHER REPORT. Sydney, Wednesday. Observatory, 1 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 14 February 1894

WEATHER REPORT. [By Telegram-.] Sydney, Wednesday. Observatory, 1 n.m. Victoria and Straits: Fine, scattered clouda on coast. Tasmania : Fine, with scattered clouds , New South Wales : Fine inland, clouds on coasfc showery at Port Macquarie. .

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LATEST BANKRUPTCY. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 13. SEQUESTRATION ORDERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 14 February 1894

LATEST BANKRUPTCY. Tuesday, February 13. sequestration orders. Edward Ryan, of Burraga, labourer. Mr. A. Morris, official assignee. Sydney Teates, of Bourke, carrier. Mr. L. T. Lloyd, official assignee. ThomaB Egan, of Great Marlow, near Grafton, farmer. Mr. E. M. Stephen, official assignee. Alfred Cameron, of Patton-street. South Broken Hill, smelter hand. Mr. A. Morris; official assignee. Matthew John Keene, of Keira Village, near Wollongong, miner. Mr. E. M. Stephen, official assignee. James Simpson Stewart, of Germanton, builder and butcher. Mr. L. T. Lloyd, official assignee. Alexander Mudie Allan, of Summer Hill, con tractor. Mr. A. Morris, official assignee. Samuel Henry Baxter, of Aberdeen. Mr. L. T. Lloyd, official assignee. James Cronin, of Tongo, near Merriwa. Mr. E. M. Stephen, official assignee. James Hanson, of Buckingham-street and Camp bell-street, Surry Hills, and Elizabeth-street, Syd ney, butcher. Mr. L. T. Lloyd, official assignee. John William Moore, of Carrick,...

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FORECAST ISSUED TO-DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 14 February 1894

FORECAST ISSUED TO-DAY. New South Wales : Light southerly winds on the const, veering to N.E.; northerly winds inland; a afew showers may still be ejfpeUed on the coast. Weather turning hot again, with northerly wind inland.

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PARLIAMENT OP NEW SOUTH WALES. Tuesday, February 13. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. RETURNS AND QUESTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 14 February 1894

PARLIAMENT OF NEW SOUTH WALES. (Herald.) Tuesday, February 13. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. BETURNS AND QUESTIONS. The reckless liberality which members often dis play when dealing with tue funds of the country ?was well illustrated when the Assembly met. Mr. Francis Clarke, regardless of expense, asked for the preparation of a return showing the number of cases dealt with by the Local Land Boards during each of the years from 1884 to 1893, and the average cost or dealing with each case. It is obvious that the preparation of such a return must involve an enormous cost, and Mr, Copeland, in his reply, dwelt very strongly on this fact, doubting whether the value of the return would justify the expense. In another in stance 31r. Farnell wanted a detailed return of all tho fruit sent from a number of stations to the metropolis, and was referred to the Railway Commis sioners for information. The Treasurer emphasising the Premier's statement made a few nights ago, declined to hold out any hope to...

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THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 14 February 1894

: THE DAY. I Tbhruaky 14.— St. Valentino, priest and nmtyr, cire. 270. .Abraames, bishop oi Carrea, 422. St. Maro, abbot in Syria, ?933, St. Auxentius, hermit, of Bithynia, circ, 473. St. Conran, bi?hop of Orkney, seventh century. Born.— Camille, Duke de Tallard. 1652, DaupkinS; Arch deacon \Vot«rIand, eminent Theologian, 1C83, Waeeiy ; Lady ? Sara Lennox, 1745 Died.— Pope Innocent the First, 417 ; Richard the Second, Kfng ol EuRliind, murdered, 1400 ; Lord Chancellor Talbot, 1737; Captain .TaraeBCook, killed at Owhyhee (Hawaii), 1779; Sir William BlRckstone. aut'.ior of 2fte Commentaries on the iaics of England, 1780, Wallingford.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 14 February 1894

THEE J THE MUBGUBT is Published DAILY E^ery Evening at tbe Office in Hiab Btreet, 'WeBfc Maitland. A WEEKLY EDITION ia put forth EVERY SATUR DAY MORNING. ? Grunis us aauisssttfrogjiiiuu ? FOR THE MAITLAND DAILY MBBGUMT : If Paid in Advance ? 6b per quarter. If Booked ? 83 per quarter. Single Copies, Id. Each. .FOR THE MAITLAND \WEEKLY MERCURY : IE Paid in Advance ? 2a per quarter. I£ Booked ? 3s per quarter. Single Copies, 2d. Each. ALL SEVEN ISSTTE3 os the MERCURY If Paid in Advance ? 8s per quarter If Booked ? 10b per quarter Town and Country Alike. ®' The Circulation of tbe Mercury has tev-= r been equalled by tbot of any Provincial Newspaper in New South Wales, and we are determined that it never Bhall. Single Copies of any publication can always be had at thio Office or from street sellers ; but our own office boys have been cautioned not tp/Bsll papers in tha streets under any pretext whatever. fSi^NQticB to Advertisers and Subscribers, Advertisements muat be delivered at thia...

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METEOROLOGICAL REPORT, WEST MAITLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 14 February 1894

METEOROLOGICAL REPORT, WEST MAITLAND. Reading, 9 a.m., 14th Febhoahy, 1891. Thermometer — Maximum, 72 ; minimum, 51. Rainfall— 9 points. Remarks— South, cloudy.

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Daily Weather Report. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 14 February 1894

Daily Weather Eeport. The following weather and meteorological information was received at the West Maitland telegraph station to-day :— Armidale— East, fine Aberdeen— Calm, fine Branxton— Calm, cloudy: 6 points Bourke— N.E., fine Boggabri— Calm, fine Barraba — Calm, fine, clear Bingara— S.E., clear, fine Brewarrina— Calm, fine CaBSillB — Calm, cloudy Coolah— Calm, cloudy Coonabarabran— .East, fine Coonamble— East, fine Clarence Town — Calm, cloudy Denman— Calm, cloudy Dungog — Calm, fine Greta— S.W., cloudy Glen Innea— Calm, fine, clear; 3 points Goodooga — East, fine Gunnedah— S., fine Gundy — Calm, fine Jerry a Plains— Calm, cloudy ; 3 points Morpeth— Calm, cloudy, 13 points Muswellbrook— S., fine Murrurundi — S.E., flue Moonan Brook— Calm, cloudy, like rain Merriwa— Calm, cloudy Millie— Calm, fine . ? ? Moree— Cnlm, fine : 10 points Msnilla— N.W., cloudy Mogil Mogil— Calm, tine ; 23 points Atungindl — S.E., fine; 40 points Newcastle— S.W., light, windy; sea Blight Narrabri— S.E....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 14 February 1894

West 3'EaitlaxLd. ORGAN RECITAL,. AN ORGAN RECITAL will be given on Mon day Evening Next, lOt.h ins?., at Eight O'clock, by Mr. G. F. KING, A.R.C.O. Collection in aid of Church Funds. 477 ' TOTEGES. ~~' Annual Easter Exhibition. KIOORE PARK, SYDNEY. 21st to 27th MARCH, 1894. -H71NTRIES CLOSE SATURDAY, 24th February. JUi Prize Schedules and all information from F. Webster, Secretary, Hunter-street, Sydney. 0279 SPOH?eB3Q. -NDTIG&I TO PEDESTRIANS. .L.ooiif~ out FOR CONSOLATION HANDICAP BUK ON 1 SATURDAY MIGHT NEXT. Also, THE CONCLUSION OF THE 7 GUINEAS HANDICAP. ENTRIES CLOSE FOR CONSOLATION HAN DICAP ON THURSDAY NEXT with W. Tuck and C. W. Mitchell, T«bacconists. ?442 ? S. J. INGRAM. TENDERS. Postal and Electric Telegraph Department, General Post Office, Sydney, 9th February, 1894. fTlENDERS will be received by the Postmaster -?- at West Maitland up to 5 p.m. on Wed nesday, the 21st instant, from persons willing to PURCHASE from this Department a WAG GONETTE, which can be see...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 14 February 1894

ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION, To-jionnoiv, TnunsnAy, Februakv 15. Mr J N Bitu.NKER. at the Campbell's XJI1I yards, at eleven, 'lOOlat cattle; COO fatnheep; 80 fnt and store piR?. HlOGENS. Mahshall. & Co., ut tUo Campbell's Uill yards, at eleven, ICO fat cattle ; 900 fat slieep ; 50 fat and Btore pigs. Mr E W. Spaiike, at the CumnbeU's Hill yards, at eleven, 'l85 fat cattle ; 600 Int sheep ;! CO fat and store pigs ; 4 pnirB polled Au{*us bullocks ; 4 pairs Devon bullocks ; 12 polled Angus bullocks. H K Fahmehs & CoKSBMEits Co., at llorpeth, at imlf-paBt nine, farm and dairy produce.— At the Western Kurkets, Newcastle, at three, (arm and station produce. Mr. II. O'Neim., at Newcastle, at three, farm produce. T, A. Stuitox & Co (in conjunction with Mr. James L'llyman), on the premises, Karrabri, at eleven, Thurlow's Victoria Hotel, coutoining 10 rooms, with wooden buildiiiR of 20 rooms, sample rooms, billiurd room, outbuildings, etc. Mr. J. Cunningham, tit Thurl...

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LATS GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 14 February 1894

LATS GEHEBAL NEWS. - A man named George Ryde whilst travelling on foot irom Wilcannia to Broken Hill got lost, «ind before reaching a habitation suffered much priva tion, being four days without food. During the past two months the Albury Boiling1 Down Works have treatad about 80,000 Bhefip, and there are still 40,000 on the books. Before shut ting down in the autumn it is expected that 150,000 sheep will have been put through. From 50,000 to 70,000 have been treated by other estab lishments, making nearly a quarter of a million for me ytar. Speaking at the aunuil picnic of the Harbours and Rivers Depattment yesterday, Mr. TJyne said that in the iron trade he had done his brfst to keep the work here, and with the exception of the railB required for our railways t.he whole of the ironwork was. being carried out in the colony. Afc tho pre- , . sent time, ha said, a chang-? of public policy would be disastrous. Mr. Lyne, further said that during the next 12 months he would be fib) e to...

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The Massacre of Scio. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 14 February 1894

The Massacre of Scio. Scio, one of the largest and richest islands of the Grecian archipelago, contains 392 square miles. The population of the whole island was estimated before the Greek Revolution at upwards of 120,000, mostly Greeks. When Greece revolted in 1821, the Sciota attempted to drive away the Turkish Garripon. The Turks threw themselves into the citadel, and oontinued the contest with the in habitants till 1822. when aTuririsTi flpokiin/luii «nA a massacre began in which', after mauy thousands had fallen in battle from April 14 to 20, 40,000 persons without distinction of age or sex were put to the aword, and some of them cruelly tortured. The fugitives escaped to the mountain fastnesses or to the opposite continent, or in Greek vessels to the other islands. At length the Greek fleet attacked the Turks, and destroyed several of their vessels with five shipa. The Turks were obliged to retreat. But the Greeks were not strong enough to occupy the island, and the veugeance o...

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Borough of East Maitland. ELECTION OF MAYOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 14 February 1894

Borough of East Maitland. ELECTION OF BHAYOB. A special meeting of the Borough Council of East Maitland was held in the Council Chamber, Banks street, yesterday evening, for the purpose of elect ing the Mayor for the current municipal year. There were present the Retiring Mayor (Mr. G. T. Chambers) who presided, and Aldermen Ounning imui, .amum, jretceroriage, i-oscer, jawing, ana Bourke. Apologies were made for the absence of the other two, Aldermen Watson and Sparke. The minuteB of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. The Mayor stated the cause of their being called to-gether, and read tho clause of the Act bearing on the election. They would first have to decide how the election was to be conducted. It wa3 unanimously decided on the motion of Alderman. Cunningham, seconded by Alderman Pethee bridqe, that the election should be by open voting. Alderman Bourke snid he thought it was the wish of the Council, he supposed because he was the senior alderman, that he should hav...

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FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 14 February 1894

? F E3RUARY. S -3 Piuses of the moon. ,o £ New Jroon ? Cth ... 7.50 a.m. S°« 'Z. first Quarter.. 13th ... 8 48 p.m. ?5 o full M.0011 ? 20th ... 12 21 p m. % ' -, -, Last Quarter... 27th ...10.33 p.m. 'g g Q .p Apogee, 2nd, S a m. Perigee, 18th, 7 a.m. & £ Remarkable Events. a m p m lThur Spurgeon died 1892 6 23 7 i ?) IM Uaiiway to Albury opened 1S8L 5x4 7 4 3 Sat ' River Darling discovered 1829 6 25 7 3 4 Sun . Quinquaeesima Sunday 5 2G 7 2 5 Mon Carlyle died ' 1831 5 27 7 1 cruet Anniversary of Black Thursday 5 28 7 0 7 Wed Afcli Wn Inpqrlnv r. 'inn r.o 8 Thur Pir«t printing preas in England 1471 5 30 0 58 9 Fri. Bishop Hooper burned 1565 5 31 8 68 10 Sat. (0) Maryborough (Q.) founded 1801 5 32 0 57 11 Sun 1st Sunday in Lent * 6 33 G 5G 12 Mon (II) Melb Public Library opened 1850 5 34 6 55 13 Tuen i7) M.M.S Orph. us wrecked at N,Z. 180/ 5 35 S St 14 Wrd Si. Valentine'* Day 5 3GG53 16 1 llur l'\G(!0 sheep burned at Stawoll. Vic. 1851 5 37 0 52 10 Fri* Taeraanii settled by L...

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Extracts from Mr. James Robertson's Report. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 14 February 1894

Extracts from Mr. James Robertson's Report. 'tie rcporlB the' books- to have been kept in a discreditable condition. nu-: the yearly audit to have been at least incomplete and inefficient. On October let, 1883 (the period from which his audit com mences), he repor's u discrepancy in the matter of lo»U3 of £5S Is lid, and in subscriptions of £66 Os 10d, which he thinks aio-e from unsatisfactory work during the previous years, but ainongrt tilt! discrepancies accruing siucc 1S33 lie reports as follow:— . ' ? - No 1 Account is credited with 28 monthly payments of £4 I7s2din Loan Ledger, but not entered in the Receiving Book, Cash, or Pass Book. These amounts total £U1 14s lOd. which must -be -added to this account, together with oompound interest from 1677 to 1880. . . 'No. 2 Acoouut. — An error of £400 is made in addition in favour of thu borrower, so that this amount with coiupouud interest from lass to date will have to be added to the Account, ' No. 3 Acoount.— Twelve months paymen...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. NEWCASTLE. ARRIVALS—Yesterday. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 14 February 1894

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. NEWCASTLE. (Bv telegraph from onr Correspondent.) ARRIVALS— Yesterday. Lindiafarne, bMp, from La Plata Arana, barque, from Melbourne. ARRIVALS.— This Day. City of Grafton, s., from Sydney Elingamite. from Sydney Cloneurry, from Sydney Namoi. irom Sydney ?Wyoming, from Sydney Burrawang. from Sydney _ ? ? ?.-.?? Rotokino, from Sydney *-* Beeawinp;, from Sydney Benlanip;, from Batavia Knight of the Thistle, from Algoa Bay ? ?.;???-? Froapero, from Syduey. DEPARTURES— This Day. City of G.-afton, for Clarence River Oreste?, for Syduey Nellie, eohr., for Sydney - Milele, echr , for Sydney Gosford, str., for Port Stephens Marie, brig, for Sydney Amy, brig, for Sydney Isabella, sohr., for Sydney ? Rook Lily, cutter, for Sydney Progress, ket oh, for Sydney Hesper, barque, for Honolulu. SYDNEY, ARRIVAL— Yesterday. Ouraka, ».. 2C.70 tons, Captain W. Donaldaon, from Port Pirie, via Wallaroo, jjlh February. G. S. YuiU and Co., agents. DEPARTURES- Yesterday. Aratnao, s , fo...

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MARYLEBONE C.C. V. TARRO C.C. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 14 February 1894

Eft&RYLEBQ&E G.C. V. TARRO G.G. The following is the remit of n cricket match between the ilarylebonea and Tarro C.C., played at Tarro on Saturday last. Schubert played a brilliant innings for 137, not out. TAimo. It. Buxton. b Sohubert ? '. ? 26 l'\ Hayler, b Guilfoyle ? 12 T. Grace, b Schubert ? „ ? 1 J. Power, b Schubert ? ; ? „..,. 0 I/indsay, b Schubert ? i .1. E. Fenwick, b Schubert ? 0 Fairhall, b Schubert ? .- ? 0 K. Fenwick, b Sohubert ? 0 A. Huxton, c Hcaly, b Schubert ? , ? 5 12 Powar, c Nott, b Wade ? 2 J. Grace, b Wade ? ;...... ? 4 Joe Power, not out ? ...,,,„.... 0 Total ? 8G Martlebones. Schubert, not ont ? ; ? 137 Wade, b Lindsay ? 0 Nott. lbw, b Lit.d3»y ? 1 Guilfoyle, c Fenwick, b Buxton ? „ ? 0 Dunlop, 0 Power, b Lindsay ? 0 D. Navin, run out ? 0 H. Kramer, b Buxton ? 0 J. Gray, run out ? 0 s. tieaiy, u u. x ower ? , u A. McDonald, b Power ? 0 C. Iloman, b J. Grnce ? , ? 21 Jamieson, et. Hayler ? 0 Sundrios ? 13 Total ? 181

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CRICKET. ALBION A TEARS v. PEARL A TEAM. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 14 February 1894

CRICKET. ALBBOM R TEAB3 v. PEARL A TEflHfl. A. matoli between the above teams was commenced on the Albion Ground on Saturday, 3rd instant. The Albions by cood piny sucoeedeel iu putting together tho splendid score of 288 runs before the last wicket fell. The Rome was resumed on the Albion dround on Saturday afternoon last. The wicket waa m fairly good order, and a considerable amount of interest wns manifested in the game by a large number of spectators, which included many ot the fair sex. G. Coastiok and A. Kerrigan were the first to go to the wickets, but the former waa soon disposed of, being clean bowled by Giles for 7. Hy. Tcrk ) ayed u lively innings for 2«. -while D. Pryor gave a nice exhi bition or cricket during his compilation of 23. XV. Moore was olean bowled by Cummins for 2. Matters looked anything but promising for the Pearls, until J. Moore and A. Kntherford went to the creases. Both thepo batsmen played splendidly, noore making the grand score of 47 when he wa3 caug...

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Quirindi Jockey Club Races. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 14 February 1894

Quirindi Jockey Club Kaces. The following weights have been announced by Mr. W. C. Quinton, the handicapper, for the above races, to take place on the 21st and 22nd of Febru ary. It will be noted that splendid fields are nominated, and a moat successful meeting may be looked for in due time : — Opening Handicap; 7 furlongs. Mr. W. H. Kennedy's Bouquet, Oat 181b J. Grant's Wandaree, 9»t lib J. Grant's Goldenrod, 8st 12lb J. Lennard'a Planet, Sst 101b Jas. Ella' Ilander, Sst 101b T. Phillip** Accolade. Sst 71b J. Dwyer's Wilfrid, Sit 71b M. Murphy's Chance, 7st 12lb W. II Campbell's reyeril, 'st 61b G. L. Doolan's Cypress, 7st 5lb W. Holt's Vralee, 7st J. M. Campbell's Knucklednster, 78t J. Spratt'a Golrtdrum, 'st K. Tanner's E.U., 7st E. C. Kobinson'a The Card, 7st C. T. Spratt's Blacklead, fist Sib 'W. Grogan's Irory, 6st 71b W. Phillips'' Lacturess, Cst 71b M. W. Campbell's Puzzle, Gat 7lb. Flting Handicap ; C furlongs. Mr. W. H. Kennedy's Bouquet. 108t lib J. Grant's \Vandaree, Do...

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ECHOES OF SPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 14 February 1894

ECHOES OF SPORT. Alp. S. B., Minnie Vale. — Jeweller was bred at Tocal by Mr. Frank Eeynolds. is by Splendor (imp.) out of Souvenir, by Kelpie, and is a stallion. A horse race that created a good deal of local interest took plaee on the Motto Farm course, Ray mond Terrace, on Saturday afternoon in the pre sence of many spectators. The contestants were Mr. Ed. Maher's Glenavon and Mr. Samson's chestnut gelding Fernando, the stakes being £15 a-side. The former, who was ridden by E. Walker (in the employ of Tom Cush), was favourite and won easily, but the victory was not achieved with out some disagreement, for the event had to be ran over twice, the first gallop having been declared no race. J. Monaohan's string has been supplemented by Isaac, a three-year-old son of Splendor and Old Wife. As a two-year-old Isaac won a couple of races at Warwick Farm, but after runniDg disappointingly in the following season he was added to the list, and turned out for a lengthened spell. At the race ...

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