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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 12 May 1894

Rosebud Creamery Butter. It Stands First. Quality Excellent

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 12 May 1894

IVOTIOE. , TVT OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a SPECIAL _N LICENSING COURT for the LICENSING DISTRICT of PATERSON, will be holden at the ?COURT HOUSE, Paterson, on Tuesday, the 5th ? June next, at 11 a.m. J. p. BROWN, C.P.S. Court House, Pateraon, 7th Hay, 1894. ? 0853 Municipal District oi Greta, NOTICE is hereby GIVEN that an APPEAL ? COURT for the purpose of HEARING APPEALS from PERSONS WHO MAY CON SIDER THEMSELVES EXCESSIVELY RATED will be HELD in the COURTHOUSE, GRETA, on . MAY 30th, 1894, in compliance with Sec. 175 of the Municipalities Act of 1867. Notice of Buch .appeals to bfi Bent in not later than seven d&yB .previous to the above date to the undersigned. GEO. W. BATEY, Council Clerk. Council Chambers, Greta, May 10th, 1894. ? 0849 j last MaM LisWL i - aRAND I CONCERT Wednesday Evening, 16th MAY, MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. 1 THE LIEDERTAFEL ASSISTED BY - Miss Josephine Jacombs (Soprano), : Mr. W. H. Parkinson (Tenor), Mr. Arthur Deane (Baritone), Mr. E. Stevenson (Violini...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 12 May 1894

BIRTH MAHONEY.-At her residence, Bulladelah, the wife ow. Mahoney, of a son. ? ? ' ~ DEATH. ?WAR-RELL-On the 4th of May, at his residence, Manor House, Haydonton, Murrurundi, James Joseph Farrell, dearly-beloved husband of Emily Farrell, leaving a widow, five sons, and two daughters to mourn their irreparable loss; aged 41 years. Jt.l.P. HOBAN.— Died at his residence, Neraingha, near Tamworth, on the 9th April, 1894, Patrick Hoiran, in the 43rd I year of his age, leaving a sorrowing wile, 0 sons, and 3 daughters to mourn their irreparable loss. «-N- JOHNSON.— At West Maitland, on 2nd May. Ethel May, youngest daughter of W. C. and Alice H. Johnson, aged eight years. ? 18Ga

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 12 May 1894

i © I £ i u 9 & m ® CO Are Guaranteed :to Givo Every Satisfaction. Othorwiso will be Exchanged. SEND FOR ILLUSTRATED PRICE LIST, Post Free. Beware of Imitations and Worthless Foreign Witohesadvr tlsetl. Buy only A. SAUNDERS' RELIABLE LEVERS. Freetrade prioes. 20s.— The Unrivalled KEYLESS WATCH. A strong, re iable, cheap watch. i £2 10s.— English Lever, full Jewelled, compensation ; balance, 2 years' guarantee. £3 10s.— My unequalled English Lever, full covered ca patent action, a years guarantee. £&. — My special Key or Keyless Lover, compensation balance, patent action, 8 years' guarantee. . £4 10s.— First-olasB Key or Keyless Lever, f ull-oovered oap patent, hand finishod, 4 years' guarantee. £S.~ Flrst-olass Key or Keyless Englishi'Levcr, oompenss tlon balance, full-covered cap, hand finished, years' guarantee £0.— Key or Keyless English Lever, superior hand-finished - maintaining power, fi years guarantee.; ' £7.— English Lever, extra strong, first-olass hand-fin...

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Witnesses Against Themselves. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 12 May 1894

Witnesses Against Themselves. Sometimes a suspected person is made to bear dumb witneBS against himself. Tnere is a story that Qa6en Elizabeth sn-pacted some divine of having writteD a v«?-y scurrilous attack upou her, and said in w ath she ' would have him racked to produce tie author.' «? Nav. madam.' said a wise councillor, he is a doctor : never rack hin person ; rack bis style. Lut him have peo, ink, and paper, and be bidden to write another work, and I will undertake to say if he be tho author of the first book or not.' It is not recorded if the incriminated individual cleared himself as triumphantly' as did a nobleman of the last century who wbb suspected of having writtea an abusive pamphlet called ' Tbe Snako in tbe Grass.' A gentleman attacked in ft refused to be oafcisfied with anything but a written dis claimer by its supposed author ; who accord ingly took up his pen and began to indite : ' This is to Bcratify that the buk called the Snftk' ? , . ' Ob( ray lord,' exclai...

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 12 May 1894

LOCAL HEWS. Liedebtafei.. — On 'Wednesday evening next the j Liedertafel at East Maitland will conclude tho third year of tlieir existence with a programme as varied as it should be pleasurable. .Following their established practice, they have engaged four Sydnny artists to add to the attractiveness of their own music. Two of these, Messrs. Arthur Deane and Stevenson, are already known here, and on the strength of their reputation will doubtless receive good recognition from their admirers. Miss Jacombs, the soprano of the evening, comes to us with a good record of concert hall work in tho metropolis, and will no doubt among the music -vers of ilaitlattd find than there aro those who in well appreciate good music. Of Mr. W. H. 'arkinson, we have heard nothing bat good things, k. member of the Sydney Liedertafel, he has shoivn :imself woitliy of being entrusted with many a solo ,t their concerts, and amongst musical experts he s looked upon a3 the coming tenor. Added to he3e, we must...

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MAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 12 May 1894

MAY. ja ii 'i'uASES or the Moos. | a 2 New 1IOOI1 ? 6tl\ ... 0.47 n.m. ?3, £ First Quutler.. 121U ... 4 56 p.m. ? v, Vuil Moou ? 20th ... 2.48 am. a ^ . o » I, act Quarter... 'JSth ... C.'O a.m. -g S to Perigee, 8th, 2 p.m. §? g ?_ q p Apogee, 24th» 11 tt.m. co co l^EMARKABtE Events. a m p ra lPues. St. miillip mul St James' Day 6 SB S 18 J Wed 1st ? Mi-s-ai?e Has' Straits Cable 1844 0 30 5 17 ?S Thur AKJ '.iifiiim Day -|3i0 1G ?4 Frl Liviu^«t(:iM! rl. 1873 ; Dr. Lang arr. 1823 0 38 5 15 6|Snt ' Ilotui iirtcdU-'l ClSuN Sunday Hftcr Ascension {* 7aIon ?Bathuru: totmaea ;r STuea («) We.uuvu'-thV funeral ; }«3 G 41k» U . ? 9 \V- d T. S. Mort -\wi\ ,}8»S G 415 11 10 Thur Gre-.it tK%oiin N.S.Wflnd Q. ' '}SIS- S f«IS 2 llFrt ijittxbtsdcfop^ed Blue Mountains -.18U G4»5. 9 l2S*t MUcMldis Murray bridge River 1830 C 44 » 8 13 SUN WhiiSuuriay ? J ™|J 2 14 ttou ' Mint edaWfcheil 1q Sydney 1Sj5 6.4% 7 15 Tue* KoiUva; w Ca ^pbemown opened 18JS 6 405 G 10 Wed Mort'ton «ny dl?cwercd J7i0 G47t- 6 17...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 12 May 1894

'The 'Daily' and ' Weekly Mercury,' WC6T30E TO OORRESPOMBE&3TS, T UTTERS to the Editor, Country Correspon 1 i dence, and Nr ' : '.v ; Items intended for insertion in either Hie DATLY or WEEKLY MERCURY muit in future 'bo addressed to the Editor. Busi ness communications, including orders for ndver tiactnentB, etc., hotvever, should be addressed to the Proprietor::. TUCKfiB, GtUUlES, & THOB9PSOH, PKCmiETOES.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 12 May 1894

rPuHSTTXtiT to p-otciee, Mr. Lyne laBt week! moved th« Bacood reading of his Better- j ment bill, and thia week it has been carried by a large majority. Our readers under stand, wei presume, what betterment means. 'The peroonu specially benefited by t» public work are to bear a larger share or its t .cost than the membere of the community a vat large bear. Under the provisions of th« bill bettarmsnt nreaB will be proeloimed in the district in which a public work — a railway, a canal, a budge, — it- projected, and properfcy owuers aithin that area will be tared for a pro portion of the coot ranging up to 50 per cent. «o£ the total. The local payment will in fact be a repayment: the -State will not exact wftom the district benefited a preliminary con tribution but mill find all the money required , ssaconping itoelf by a tax which will ensure ?reimbursement of the State in a term noi: ?exceeding one hundred years. W e nsad not icowreferto otherdetailBof tho measure ereept -to Bay that...

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Gardening and Agricultural Memoranda for May. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 12 May 1894

Gardening and Agricultural memoranda for May. Kitchen Garden: Sow bro.ul beans, pea?, onions, cab ^booes, radtelies lettuco, anO epiiiQch. Transplant hor^e ? eectalots. rhub-irt\ asparagus, le»;kg, and all culinary hero^. -Save cabbaue* and onions tor seed. Trench and manure new rround. Clean all beds from weeds. Pumpkin* and vegetable ! tmarrowa that h:w not yet been gathered, should now be done if quite iipe; rnkiupf care to store them in a dry place.— Flower Gaudcn : Plant biennial and perennial plants, bu b.-, fihrubs, ornamental trees, and edging. Keep eras* walks, lawns, and llowvr borders clean. Tuke up, dry, and store dahlia root*. Tran^Hant native ahruba. Mauure and trench - new grouud.— Okciiaud a-*d Fruit Garden: I laut uu., apple, pear, cherry, mulberry, olive, almoud, quince, plum, apricot tret-R. & o. Dig in manure round all kind? ot truit trees. Take of! all fjr' eu uutuinnal fruit. Trench and prepare new firound.— Field Operations: Sow Cape and IVnSl1^hubllV,...

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RYLSTONE. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 12 May 1894

RYLSTONE. Another month has passed since I addressed you, and I find myself inclined to again connect this part of the new electorrfte of Rylstone with its Hunter River appanages. In point of distance Rylstone is (as tho crow flies) but sixty miles from Muswellbrook, and but fifty miles from either Denman or Merriwa, and a few miles further (certainly under sixty) would reach Cassilis or Denison Town, but these distances are across the hills, and from what I can learn this would be rougii travelling, as the track would iay right through the Dividing Range, which separates the Eastern and Western waters. It is wonderful to Eeel that this great tract of mountain country, teeming with richness and fertility, and so close to the congested city of Sydney with its swarm of un employed, should be practically uuknown and unoccupied. Sinco I last wrote you I have been travelling in and around the settled parts of these mountains, and I have been much impressed with their splendid capacity fo...

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STEWART'S BROOK. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 12 May 1894

STEWART'S BROOK. Winter is regularly among us once more ; nights and mornings frosty; days delightfully bright and warm. Seldom have we been favoured with Buch fine days for so long a period bb has fallen to our lot this last month. The health of the fiold is good. No measleB cases are reported. The epidemic is raging all round us. Stewart's Brook, May 8th, 1894. '

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 12 May 1894

BLACK DERI SIK7ST,. 2£d, 3£d, and 4d Yard. SiPMIlT BR1IDS, 2|d, 3£d, Yard. MILITARY BRAIDS, lid, 2£d, 3id, 4 Jd Yard. HERCULES BRAID, . 2id, 3id, 4,Vd, 5Jd Yard. NEED WE SAY THAT THESE BEAIDS ABE VERY CHEAP. GOULSTOH and CO, f nrtABttTHU SxiwM'rtoft_iB7g ? BrST JFQB-'Cl.EANIHO AXD PoLISHl'HQ plI^LERl!' P»VBMT rRICTIOK IN CL1AH1HQ AMD IHJUEY TO j THB KlUVIi. NBVBR D1C0UE3 DRY AMD HARD UK8 OTH5? - ? Metal Pastes. ? rot cveunvo Plato, va . JOHN OAKEY & S&toS; , I- OAKEY and SONS, Limited, Wellington. Mills, London. ? Rank Deposit Receipts SALES NEGOTIATED. MULLENS & CO., 32, PITT-STREET, SYDMEY. . 0344 FRUIT. FRUIT. FttUIT. [^Established 1859-3 John Pope aad Co^ Wholesale Fruit Merchants, 129 YORK-STREET, SYOMEY. /?'VBDEES promptly and carefully executed. Con signments received. CaBea- supplied. 072 WATCH AB jsmim RSMi, WE KEEP a COMPLETE ASSOBT MENT of MATEEIALS, and thus avoid make-shifta, which causes so much 'Watch Destruction. An Work Faitebwi.i.y Executbd,...

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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 12 May 1894

GENERAL NEWS. j Aluminum.— It: is true that every brick in a house and every bank of clay- contains a considerable ?quantity of that beautiful metal aluminum. But science has not yet discovered any oconomical way of extracting the metal from clay, because in the form it there exists, namely, aluminum oxide, it is combined with silicon oxide, and these two suDBtan ces behave like a pair of Siamese twins ; they are so strongly bound together it is next to impossible to separate them. Therefore, in the production of aluminum, chemists do not ubo clay, but turn to ?some material which contaics the oxide of alumina free from silica. The beBfc material is a mineral known as cryolite, which comes chiefly from Green land. It is a double fluoride of aluminum and ?sodium and an artificially prepared sequioxide of alumina j these are suspended in a bath of molten -chlorides of the alkaline earths and then subjected to electrolysis by powerful dynamos. The sodium salts are decomposed, the metal...

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Sydney Markets. TREBECK, SON, AND CO.'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 12 May 1894

Sydney Markets. I trebeck, son, and co.'s report. Fat Cattle. — 2,477 yarded. The market showed a lower tendency, more marked as sales progressed. Good to best lots bullocks, £i to .£5 Os ; light, £3 Gs up. Fat Sheep. — 52,000 penned. Market lower, except a few lots very prime. Good to best lots merino wethers 6s 6d to 7s lid, crossbreds 8s to 10s 4d ; good to prime merino ewes, 5s Cd to 7s Id. Store Cattle. — Good d -mand for any lines handy, but Buch are scarce. 3£ to 45 -year-old bullocks, on border, 40s ; delivered Hunter or Dubbo, to 45s. Store Sheep — Wethers are scarce, and ar advance asked. 59 to 5s Gd, handy to fattening districts. Business is limited. Stations. — There is a better disposition to invost up to a certain basis of values. Wool. — Market dull. Offerings still unattrac tive. The third series of London sales have opened unsatisfactorily. Good greasy merino fairly firm, other qualities lower. Sheepskins. — Prices are still maintained. Best full wools, 4}d to 4$d p...

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BANKRUPTCY. WEDNESDAY, MAY 9. SEQUESTRATION ORDERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 12 May 1894

BANKRUPTCY. Wednesday, Mat 9. SEQUESTRATION orders. Geotgo Wyld, of Rail way-street, Newcastle, labourer; Mr. A. Morris, official assignee. Morris Joseph (trading under the style of Marks, Joseph, and Co.), of Baurke, tailor. Mr. N. P. Giblin, official assignee. Thomas James Concom, of Armidale, harness maker. Mr. W. H. Palmer, official assignee. 'Edward Millett, of Prospect-road, Ashfield, and No. 317 George-street, Sydney. Mr. W. H. Palmer, official assignee. James Dorrity, of New Lambton, miser. Mr. N. P. Giblin, official assignee. Israel Elias Joseph, of Crescent-street, Balmain. Mr. A. Morris, official assignee. Alfred Gray, of Goulburn. Mr. W. H. Palmer, official assignee. John Dailey, of Nelson-street, Annandale, agent. Mr. W. H. Palmer, official assignee. creditor's petition. Frederick Basilewski, of Sydney, warehouseman, v. W. Haywood, late of Young (formerly of Goul burn), tailor. Petition to be heard on 17th May.

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Official Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 12 May 1894

Official Correspondence. At the request of Mr. R. Scobie, M.P., we print the following letters for public information Public 'Works Department, Sydney, 7th May, 1891. Sir,— With reference to your letter of the 28'h March last, in which you urge tho erection of a Tirifln-.-- nvor aiulbrinar Creek, at Buchanan, I am directed by the Secretary for Public Works to in form you that it is considered this matter might very well stand over until the estimates for next year are being prepared, when the question of making provision for it will be considered. — I have, ' J. Barling, Under Secretary. Public Works Department, Sydney, 7th May, 1894. Sir, —With reference to the petition forwarded by you from residents of Branxton, Messrs. A. Russell, John Brown, and others, urging the com pleton of the re-decking of the bridge over Anvil Creek at Branxton, I am directc-d to inform you that the Secrotary for Public Works has approved of a further sum of -£50 being granted for the pur pose, — I have,...

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THE IRWINS AND THEIR HOUSE. IN SIX CHAPTERS. CHAPTER III. IN BEHALF OF STEVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 12 May 1894

The Irwins and their House. In Six Chapters. CHAPTER III. IN BEHALF OP STEVE. | Messages from her brother and sisters had been I so few, after the first few weeks, that Peggy was I exceedingly glad to receive short a note from Jessica one breezy March day. Jessica had an unsatisfactory habit of writing limited, metallic-soundingsentences since her devotion to art was begun. Her notes were worded not unlike telegrams, and Peggy opened this last one with a gentle misgiving. She absorbed its abrupt disclosures on her home ward way, and as she read her heart gave wild throbs of pain and anxiety. ' Dear Peggy,' it said. ' Have been too worried to write. Steve is in a dreadful pickle. Lost some money belonging to Mr. Rathburn, his em ployer ; lost his position, too. We feel terribly. He is going out West to Btart again. Mr. Rath burn is furious ; thinks he stole it. Lovingly yours, Jbssica.' Peggy read the letter several times, standing perfectly still after each perusal. Shame and indign...

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MERCURY JUNIOR. THE NEW BABY. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 12 May 1894

MERCURY JUNIOR. I T1IE NEW BABY. What strange little man can this be, So weird and so wizoned and wise? What mystical things has he seen With ihose wide open wondering eyea? What treasures untold, from what lands, Do hia soft baby fingers enfold ? nr ui»t wura aoes ne uring irom arar. This stranger so young, yet bo old ? Does ho bring useome message from spheres Undeard oi, from worlds we know not-— Starry countries we dwelt in, mayhap. As Dabics, and now have forget? Who can tell what he knows/what he thinks He says not a word, but he looks, In a minute, moro wisdom, I'll swear Than is shut in the biggeBt of books.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 12 May 1894

FOR HE MT SEM HEAYY BLUE SERGES. FANCY CHEVIOT SUITING. FINE BLUE SERGES. FANCY STRIPE TROUSERINGS. BLACK VICUNA SERGES. EUD ail ME, West SAMPLES ON APPLICATION., HEALTH FOB, ALL. the' 'pills Purify the Blood, Correct all Disorders of the LIVER, STOMACH, KIDNEYS, and BOWELS. They Invigorate and Restore to Health Debilitated Constitutions, and are invaluable in all Complaints incidental to Females of all ages. For Children and the Aged they are priceless. the lean Infallible Remedy for Bad Legs, Bad Breasts, Old Wounds, Sores, and Ulcers. It is famous for Gout and Rheumatism. For Disorders of the Chest it has no equal. For SORE THROATS. BRONCHITIS, COUGHS, COLDS, GLANDULAR SWELLINGS, AND ALL SKIN DISEASES it has no rival; and for Contracted and Stiff Joints it acts like a charm. Manufactured only at THOMAS HOLT OWAY'S ESTABLISHMENT — 78 New Oxford-street (late 353 Oxford-street), London ; and are sold at Is. l-.Vd., 2s. 9d., 4s. 6d., lis., 22s., and 33s. each Box or Pot, and may he h...

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