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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 16 February 1894
LOCAL NEWS. Tub Premier and the Disturban'-sb: at Plattsbueo. — Sir George Dibbs, in speaking of tha recent scrimmage at Plattsburg between the police and the people, said yesterday : ' This is a stateoE things that is not going to continue, for if nren want to go to work in a legitimate way they will1 have all the protection that the Government cami auord them, it every member of the police force hasr to go up. |He had studied the full reports of the police on the recent disturbances at Plattsburg, and finds that they were much worse than was represented. It is evident, ho says, that the police exercised greater forbearance than anyone could be warranted in expecting of them. ;..... If women will mix themselves in such a fray then it i3 their own fault if they are accidentally hurt, and certainly they are not to be surprised at it. The women placed themselves in the position of the bishop who went to the front in he Battle of the Boyne, and, when complaining because he was wounded,...
Probable Weather. FORECAST ISSUED YESTERDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 16 February 1894
Probable Weather. FORECAST ISSUED YESTEEDAY. Victoria. — Moderately fine and cool, with scat tered clouds. S. W and W. winds.— R. L. J. Ellery. South Australia.— Fine generally, but more o* less cloudy in south ; may be light showers over Mount Lo^ty Ranges and coast to S. E., cool there. 'Winds fresh on parts of coast.— C. Todd. (Bi Teleoraph.) WEATHER REPORT. Sydney Observatory,. 1 p.m. Victoria andv the ' Straits. — More. or less cloudy generally. Tasmania. — Fine ; in the south scattered clouds. New South Wales. — Fine west of the mountains ; cloudy and unsettled with showess on the coasb an.rl mountains. FORECAST ISSUEJ- TO-DAY. New South Wales.— Lip/nti, southerly S.W. to S.Fi. winds on the coast,, with \insettled -weather some and showers.
The National Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 16 February 1894
The National Association. A meeting of the Executive Committee of the National Association was held at the offices, 21 Hunter-street, Sydney, on Ttusday evening last, the President (Mr. W. T. Poole) being in the chair. The Secretary presented the draft balance Bheet for 1893, showing that in spite of the financial crisis through which the colony had passed, the reoeip.ts for the year were almost exactly the same as for the previous year, whioii was considered by the com mittee to be a strong indication, of the hold which had been gained by the Association in the com munity. The Secretary of the Young Victorian Patriotic League (Mr. Walter Church) was present by invitation and delivered an address showing the work done by that body and its method of organisa tion. The effect of the formation of the Leagua had, he considered, been a valuable one on the political life of the southern colony, as it had aroused a large amount of enthusiasm amongst the younger men of the community, and pr...
Jottings by the Way. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 16 February 1894
Jottings by the Way. [Br Pinxit.] The grey dawn had scarce appeared when I heard a tap ac my window, and a well-known voice summoning me to awake from my slumbers aud prepare for a forty- miles ride. With a ' right you are old man,' I was up like a lamp-lighter, and. iu less time than it would take a cat to lick her ear I was alongside my mend, who I may mention had a first-class breakfast prepared even at this early hour ; but then he was an old campaigner who had seen service in the Kaffir war, and web up to the ways of getting a snack in the shortest time possible. Chester and Tarragon, noLed names of valiint steeds, saddled and ready, we were in the saddle and away just as day was breaking. Afcer travelling for five hours over roads as uninviting as they are sandy, we reached tbe gate leading into Kaijan paddocks, where we shall for the present- hie. Kaij-ia is the property of J. S. Bcoivn, Esq., and is situated on the banks of the Castlereagh River. It wa3 originally taken up b...
LATE GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 16 February 1894
LATE GENERAL NEWS. Five bicyclists charged yesterday in the Mel bourne District Court with riding without lamps at night, were I fined 10s each and 12a costs. 1 he total number of electors on the suburban hst3 before revision was 74,163. The number on ;he rolls after revision was 74,584. The country lists contained 189,575 names before revision, and after revision 188,395 names. The total for the whole colony of New South Wales was : On the lists before revision, 287,652 electors : on the rolls after revision, 287,013. In the Melbourne County Court yesterday a young woman named Annie Walker sued John Gar diner, a groom, for £30 wages under peculiar cir cumstances. She had been engaged with him as man and wife on Chirnside's station, and went and worked in that capacity for some time until Gardi ner fell in love with and married tho housekeeper. Ihe plaintiff left, and sued Gardiner for half the wages paid to him. A verdict was given for the full amount. A party of Ballarat prospecto...
Ball at Tambar Springs. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 16 February 1894
Ball at Tambar Springs [By Bon Ami.J The bachelors of Tambar held their annual ball in the Masonic Hall on Friday lasfe, the 9th. inst. Every preparation wa3 made to make the affair a success, and the plain old brick structure was with, flowers, bunting, foliage, Chinese lanterns, and various other illuminations changed into a delight rui juaen, and when filled with the youth and beauty of Tambar made it a perfect Paradise. Mr. Jas. O'Rourke, acting as Master of Cere monies, was extremely obliging and courteous to visitors, and by his attentiveness helped nofc a little to the night's enjoyment. Mr. M. Boyle, piano, Mr. J. Kelly, violin, and Miss A. Lumby, mando line, supplied faultless music fco the worshippers of the light fantastic, and without them the ball would tave losfc its attractiveness, as bad music makes the most entertaining nartnnr dull. TVm catering was in the capable hands of Mrs. Smith, of Regent-street, and all I need say of thafc was thafc it was the best .spread e...
LATEST BANKRUPTCY. THURSDAY FEBRUARY 15TH. SEQUESTRATION ORDERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 16 February 1894
LATEST BANKRUPTCY. Thubsday February 15th. sequestration orders. Edmund Howes, of Oxford-street, Paddington, bootsellor. Mr. L. T. Lloyd, official assignee. -TFr«n^ Brandon, of Springwood, hotelkeeper. Mr. L. T. Lloyd, official 8.%ignee. John Law Henderson (trading as John L. Henderson and Co.), of Pitt-street, Sydney, and trordon-street, Balmain, tea merchant and importer. Mr. A, Morris, official assignee.
THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 16 February 1894
THE DAY. Potrdaut 10.— St. Oneslmns. dieclpla of St. Paul, martyr OS. Sts.Elias, Jeremy, Iaaim, Samuel, and Daniel, Egyptian inurlyrs, 309. St. Juliana, vlrgiD martyr at Nlcomedia, about 309. Sr. Tanoo, or Tatto ol Scotland, bishop, martyr at Y-tfdun, about 81E, St Gregory the Tenth, Popo 1)70. Dim.— Phillip Melancthon, reformer. 1497, Jii-etlen; Gaspare! He Collgny, Admiral of France, and Protestant leader, IMS. ChcMInn: /Vrclibialiop (John) Slmrpc, Kill, Bratl/ord; Baron Trend', 1720. ])iv-t »-Alplicii8O the Third ol Portugal, 1279; Archbishop Henry Deane, 1602. Canterbury ; JoUn Stofller, Gtrmiin Astronomer, 1831 ; Or. Kichar'd Mead, virtuoso, 1754, St. 1'ancras; Pottr Macquart, French chemist, 1784, Paris; Giov.iu Batista Caati, Itnlian poet. 1801), Paris ; Lindley Murray, firnmrnarlan, 1S2G ; Dr. Kane, Amerioau arolio explorer, 1857, Havana. FEBRUARY. *S '% ~j Phases op the Moos. § £ , N'w Moon ? G!h ... 7.50 o.m. j= [' First Quarter.. 13th ... 8 48 p.m. ' 'S ' si l'''Jll Moon ...
ECHOES OF SPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 16 February 1894
ECHOES OF SPORT. The next race meeting of the Newcastle Jockey Club is fixed for March 7 and 8, when .£450 will be distributed in prize money. Unfortunately the dates chosen by the coaly city (Jiuu ana cne JHurrurundi people are the same, notwithstanding that the last-named were first in the field. Then, too, Quirindi and Walcha sports men hold their reunions on the same days, so that all the meetings will in a measure suffer. This could easily have been avoided. From statistics a London paper gathers that more horses ran in races last year than in any pre vious season. In 1797, 48 2-years-old, 161 3yeare old, 122 4-years-old, and 262 of 5 years and upward —total, 593— ran, as compared with 1108, 727, 399, 384— total, 2618 in 1893. The total value of stakes won during 1893 (by first winners only), exclusive of matches and private sweepstakes, was £428,391 on England, £11,107 in Scotland, and £18,441 in Ireland, or £70,789 more than nine years ago. More races were run last year also ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 16 February 1894
Gardening and Agricultural Memoranda for February. KfroitES Garden : Celery must be earthed up as required, and more rnuy be planted out ior a succession. Continue to BOW p&aa, beans, beet, turnips, broccoli, &c, and plant out Whatever may bo left in the Beed beds. Carefully attend to cuoutnber plants, watering well in dry weather. — Flower ? Garden': Thin out dahlia buds. Plant out perennial and biennial flowering plants, such as stocks, sweet-williams, &c, in ' cloudy days, and give them water. Keep all beds and borders free Irom weeds ; remove all decayed bloom.— Orchard and Proit Garden : Attend to all fruit trees, remevmg all ripe fruit. Clear grape vinea from all useless shoots and tendrils. Bfle that all the branches are exposed to the sun and air — ?tfniiiD Operations: Sow Cape barley and turnips. Plant potatoes. Keep maize crops clean. Cut tobacco. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1894.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 16 February 1894
ABSTBACT OF SALES BY AUCTION. To-aionnow, Saturday, February 17. T.dwakd Higgens, MAitsnAix, & Co.. at the Municipal sale yards, BInswcllbrook, 00 thoroughbred colts and iilhes; 10 active draught horecs. H Yokk and Son, at their Rooms, George-street, Smcleton, SDlendid dairy iarm oi 315 acres, at Butter Stream, G$ miles irorn Singleton, and 1J lrom the Whittingham Creamery.
Daily Weather Report. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 16 February 1894
Daily Weather Report. The following weather and meteorological information was received at tlie West Maitland telegraph Station to-day i Armidale : East, One Aberdeen: Calm, fine Iiranxton : Calm, line Bourke: S.B.,flne Boggabri: Calm, tine Barraba . S.E , flue, clear Bingara : K., fine, clear Brewarrina: N.E., flno CasBilis : Calm, fine Ooolah: S.E, fine Coonabarabran : S.E., fine Coonamble: S:E., fine ? Clarence Town -, Calm, cloudy Denman : Calm, fine Duugog : Calm, cloudy Greta : Calm, fine Glen Inncs : E., fine, clear 'oodooRa : Calm, fine Gunnedah— Calm, fine Gundy— Calm, fine ; 3 points Jerryfn Plains— Calm, fine Morpeth— S.E., fins . MuBwellbrook— Calm, flaa Murrurundi— S.E , fine Moonan Brook— Calm, fine ' 'Merrlwa— Calm, cloudy BMilllo-N.B , fine IJMoree— Culm, fine Manilla— Calm, fine, dear , Mogll Mogll— Calm, fine Munglndi— N.E , fine ^rVr?bHica1m1inefre8b-OlOUdy' 1U'e 6ea Pllllga-Calm. fine Paterson— S.W., fine Qulriudi— Calm, fine, clear Kaymond Terraoe— Calm, line Sy...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 16 February 1894
SHIPPING. THE NEWCASTLE and HUNTER RIVER STEAMSHIP CO. (Limited.)— The Company's First-class PASSENGER STEAMERS NIGHTLY (Sunday excepfced) FROM SYDNEY afc 11, and PROM NEWCASTLE afc 11.30. Cargo forwarded to and from Morpeth and Sydney daily. Bertha can be secured by letter, or telegram, to the Traffic Manager, Newcastle Office. 19 F. J. THOMAS, Manager. B3EL5GSQUS. IRS BUaQi St AUnlfl yUWbW WILL (D.V.) PREACH AT St. Paui/s, Paters©^ ON SUNDAY, 18th. AT 7.30 P.M. 493' J. SHAW. WANTED a YOUNG GIRL as Housemaid. Mrs. Blaib, Oakhampton Road. 491 WANTED, BUYERS for FEED AND SEED OATS, Earley, E. Rose, Sorghum Seed, Oaten and L. Hay. 492 J. ENRIGHT. BUSINESS' 1KOTBCES. LADIES, OF ni-STilBS III It -will be Alight at Night for your Inspection. I wish to draw Special Attention to an Exceptionally Large Purchase of (HSID^SSMT) BLACK STER LING STAINLESS E3CB3BEBY, which I am offering at WRY LOW PRICES. I have these in Cashmere (Ribbed and Plain), also in Cotton (Bibbed and Plain). I CLAIK3 FO...
Walcha Jockey Club Races. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 16 February 1894
Walcha Jockey Club Races. The following adjustments have been announced by Mr. W. C. Quinton, the handicapper, for tho above races to take place on 'Wednesday and Thura day next, the 21st and 22nd February. Flying Handicap, C furlongs.— Gazelle 9-2, Loftus 8-12, Buckwheat 8-10, Manilla 8-3, Caloola 7-4,, Slumber 7-0, Hornet 6-12. District Purse, 7 furlongs. — Gazelle 9-0, Lof tus 8-10, Buckwheat 8-7, Manilla 8-0. Caloola '1-2, Slumber 7-2, Niangala 7-2, Hornet 6-10. Walcha Jockey Club Handicap, 1 mile 1 fur long.— Herbalish 9-1, Gazelle 8-13, jEorlite 8-13, Odd Stockings 8-11, Loftus 8-9, Buckwheat 8-5, Crystacia7-3, Hornet 6-7, Hurricane 6-7. Publicans' Purse, 1J- mile .— Herbalist 8-13, Gazelle 8-11, iEorlite 8-11, Qdd Stockings 8-9, CryBtaoia 7-1, Hurricane 6-7.
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. NEWCASTLE. ARRIVALS.—TO-DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 16 February 1894
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE, NEWCASTLE. (By telegraph from our Correspondent.) ARRIVALS.— To-day. Oakland, from Richmond River. Fiona, from Auckland. McCallum Slohr, from Rio Janeiro. Sydney, s., from Sydney. SYDNEY. ARRIVALS.- TESTEIVDAY. ' Adelaide, s.. 1711 tons, Captain Chns. Dingle, from Fre mantle, via Adelnide and Melbourne. Fitzroy. b., 580 tone, Captain J. Butcher, from Eookhamp ton, via Glad-tone, Burnett Heads, and Brisbane. Bega, b., E55 tonB, Captain W. O. Hereee, from Eden, via ports. Sydney Belle, barquentine, Captain 'White, from Johnstone River. Jialmain. s., C04 tonB, Captain T. Hunter, from Newcastle. Elingamite, a., 2575 tons, Captain P. W. Bull, from New castle, en route to Melbourne. Valparaiso, barque, Captain Fenboss, from Iqnique lBt December. KnllaUun, b., C44 tons. Captain John Magee, from Gralton 14tu iuat. DEPARTURES.— Yesterday. Southern Cross, s., from Bombay. Te Anau, s., Ior Newcastle. Ouraka, e., for Adelaide, via Newcastle. [By Telegraph.] ARRIVALS -TO-D...
OFFICIAL LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 16 February 1894
OFFICIAL LETTERS. Mr. J. W. Bowe?, M.L.A.. for Morpefch, has asked publication of the following : Public Works Department, Sydney, 14th Feb., 1894. Sir, — With reference to your application for a punt to be placed at Eagleton, ard to your personal representation on the subject, I am directed to in form you that the Secretary for Public Works has approved of the old punt being sent to the island near Largs, and the punt at that place to be removed to Eagleton, but it is upon the understanding that the latter ferry is to be worked by the residents themselves. — I have, etc., J. Barling, Under Secretary, The Member for Wollorabi, Mr. R. Stevenson, has forwarded this letter for publication : — Public Works Department, Sydney, 15th February, 1894. Sir, — With reference to your representation on the subject of the ereotion of two bridges over the McDonald River, I dm directed to inform you thab tho Secretary for Public Works has approved of thfr necessary planB for these bridges bping pre...
ALLYMBROOK. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 16 February 1894
ALLYMBROOK. Alice Collison, oldest daughter of Mr. W. Collison junior, meb with a sad accident, which resulted fatally last week. She was a fine, bright, promis ing girl, and it was in her brave attempt to rescue a little sister from the attack of a furious cow that nhe met with the accideut that caused her death. The savage beast inflicted a deep wound in the side of the head with the point of her horn. No fatal results were anticipated until a few days before tho girl's death, when tetanus set in causing as usual in such cases intense agony. Her death occurred on Tuesday last, just a week from the day of the accident. The coffin was born to the grave by her school companions, and was laid to rest in the Oaergwrle Church of England cemetery. A fine little boy, aged four and half years, of Mr. Luke Sullivan's died last we^k ; and this morn ing tho infant daughter of Mr. M. Bird died after a long continued and intense suffering. We have had copious ruins and the country looks green a...
TAREE. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 16 February 1894
TAREE. Thb Weather. — We have again been visited by showery weather, which continued aince the 11th instant, and is still raining lightly. The Show. — Such weather presents exoeedingly gloomy prospects for Tai'ee annual agricultural show to take place on 14th and 15th. Should for tune favour us with fine weather, the show must snroly be a great success, as there are about 2000 entries for it. Bazaar — A bazaar in aid of the presbytery is to be held on 14th, 15th, 16th, and 17th, at which a concert will be given each night by the leading amateurs of the Manning and other districts. Salvation Abut.— The Taree and Wingham Salvation Armies united in having a harvest thanks giving on 13th, but owing to unsuitable weather it was not the success it would have been had fina weather prevailed. Races. — The Taree Jockey Club races come off on Friday next at Chatham course, and as nr.meroua horses are entered a gocfl day's raciBg should be the result. Judging by all outward appearances, this w...