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MELBOURNE. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 16 February 1894

MELBOURNE. Friday. Ernest Knox, found guilty of wounding and bur glary, and John Charles Gent guilty of burglary, yesterday in connection with Williamsfcown burg lary were brought up to-day, when Knox was sen tenced to death, and Jent to three year a imprison ment with periods of solitary confinement. John Scott, who was cleaning a revolver on January 26th when the weapon exploded and the bullet entered his thigh, died to-day.

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LATEST SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY. Friday afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 16 February 1894

LATEST SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. [From the Press Telegraph Association.] SYDNEY. Friday afternoon. The question recently raised respecting the old Imperial Act, dealing with passengers oh vessels, has not yet been decided, but whatever the law provides will have to be carried into effect. The Colonial Treasurer is now considering what steps can be taken to prevent any undue or unnecessary hardship. An application was made to the Chief Justice sitting in the Vice Admiralty Jurisdicticn this morning to make absolute an order nisi granted by the Chief Justice and Judge Commissary in the Vice-Admiralty restraining all proceedings under a certain order made by Mr. Whittingdale Johnson, S.M., for the payment of wages due to the crew of the Meehinderry on the ground of the vessel being under arrest in the Vice-Admiralty Court, and that the magistrate had no jpower or jurisdiction to in terfere witn tnas court in any way. The order was allowed with costs. An application has been made to the Chief ...

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CO-OPERATIVE COLLIERY ASSAULT CASES. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 16 February 1894

CO-OPHRATOTE COLLIERY ASSAULT fiARES. At the Wallsend police court yesterday, ten summons cases for assault on Friday last on Eobert Price, one oE the tributors at the above colliery were set down for hearing. Messrs. W. E. Henry, P.M., and H. Eushton were on the Bench.. Before proceeding, Mr. W. H. Baker, solicitor for the complainant, and at the request of Mr. Laidley, owner of the colliery, and Mr. Barr, the colliery manager, said it had been decided to withdraw the cases with the view of preventing further illfeel ing and bad blood upon condition that bo costs were to be allowed, Mr. Cronin opposed the withdrawal of the sum monses without payment of costs. He had been at great trouble in preparing the defence, and claimed ten guineas costs. The Bench consulted, and after Mr. Henry had expressed his pleasure at hearing that the company had withdrawn the cases, granted Mr. Cronin five guineas coBfa. This was agreed to and fche cases were with drawn. HATOBAIi ELECTIONS. At a specia...

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DISTRICT TELEGRAMS. NEWCASTLE. Friday. THE PLATTSBURG RIOTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 16 February 1894

DISTRICT TELEGRAMS. [From oub Correspondents.] NEWCASTLE. Friday. THE PLATTSBUSG BIOT8. The following additional evidence in connection with the Plattsburg disturbance, on Tuesday, the 13th inat., was taken at the Wallsend Police Court after we went to pres3 yesterday. Hugh Banfield and Gomer Davis being charged with riotous be haviour on that occasion. ' Sub-Inspector Saunders, prosecuted on behalf of the Crown, and Mr. T. Cronin appeared for the defence. Constable Edward Nisbet gave evidence very confirmatory of that given by previous constables. He saw Banfield push himself through the women right to the front. Constable Dwyer and Sergsant Grennan tried to keep him back, but he began shaping up to Dwyer, and when about to be arrested slipped away amongst the crowd j did not see Davis at all. By Mr. Cronin: Banfield put himself in a fighting attitude before the tin was thrown 5 saw the police draw their batons, but did not see them used; drawing their batons caused the crowd to fa...

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GUNNEDAH. Friday afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 16 February 1894

GUNNEOAH. Friday afternoon. Messrs. Bacon and Co. report : — Steady rain is now falling. There is a fair demand for store sheep, though there iB little alteration in prices. We have several lota under going inspection. Store Cattle : Buyers only operating where great cuncessions are granted, and rair sales are being etfected. We yarded 800 bullocks for auction here Ia3t Saturday, but turned them out unsold. They are now travelling south for sale privately. We' offer 400 cowa and 170 calves at Quiriudi to-day. We will yard over 100 head of horses at our special sale here on the 26th. Eeasonably-priced fat sheep for sta tion delivery in fair request. We sold 1000 store bullocks, 5,000 fat sheep, and 400 store sheep.

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ST. GEORGE (Q.) Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 16 February 1894

ST. GEORGE (Q.) Friday. The weather is hot and dry, but feed is abundant. The Stock Passings are : 1100 bullocks from Tocal to Martindale, White owner, Munro in charce : 12.000 ewes from. Beaconsfittld. Hooi-er and Barnett owners, Nimsin charge ; 700 rams are nearing, going to Welton, Hon. James Tyson owner; 2500 fat wethera have left Cubbie Station for Sydney, via Narrabri, Eichards owner, Bell in charge; also, 2500 from. the same station for Sydney, via Angledool, same owners, Eather in charge.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 16 February 1894

MARRIAGE. McMAHON-DUNNE.-On the 5th inst., at St. Patrick^, Sincleton, by the Very Kev Father Measlier, P.P., J. T. McMahon, of Singleton, to Mnrj Teresa, eldest daughter ol Mr. It. Dunne, whittingham. 48S DEATHS, BURNS.-Died, at his residence, Scdgefield Hotel, Sedcelield, on the 6th February, 1804, ot paralysis ot the brain. Kobert Edward Burns, aged 53 year?, leaving a wile, elof en sons. and three daughters to mourn their loss. *hj DENNETT —Died at View House, Miller's Forest, on the 24th January, 1894, Charles Thomas Dennett, in his 48th year, leaving a sorrowing wife and four children to mourn their loss. Thou has left us darling father, Earthly cares no more to know, Gone to share with God's anointed, Happier far than here below.    

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WARWICK FARM RACES. [FROM THE PRESS TELEGRAPH ASSOCIATION.] Saturday, afternoon [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 17 February 1894

WARWICK FARM RACE-. [From the Press Telegraph Association.] Saturday, afternoon The weather tor tho meeting of tho Warwick Farm Race Club this afternoon was beautifully fine, the track was in nice order and the attendance was fair. Following are results : — Hurdle Race of .£70 ; 2 Miles. Mr. W. Kelso's b g Coaia, aged, 9st. 121b ? 1 W. Lyons' b g Sertum, 5 yrs., 9st. 101b ? 2 Nine horaes started. Betting : Even money Sertum, 4- to 1 v. Kilmany, 12 to 1 bar two. ' Kil many led Auctioneer once round, and then Sertum shot to the front and looked an easy winner until Coala came and defeated him in the run home by a length. Time, 3 min. 59} seca. Farm Handicap, of £50; 6 furlongs. Mr. W. Russell's cb. c King Jewel, 3 yra., 6st 71b 1 J. B. Clark's br c Duke of York, 2 yrs., 7st 21b 2 J. Mack's b g Jack Rattling, 6 yrs., 7st 8lb 3 Nine others started. Betting : 2 to 1 v. Jack Rattling, 3 to 1 v. Duke of York, 4, to 1 v. War minster, 15 to 1 v. King Jewel. Duke of York led from tho start to...

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LATE SPORTING NEWS. [BY TELEGRAPH FROM A CORRESPONDENT.] DENMAN RACES. Denman, Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 17 February 1894

LATE SPORTING SEWS. [By Telegraph prom a Correspondent.] QEHM&N RACES. Denman, Friday evening. Following are the results of the races which took place here to-day : — Opening Handicap. Blaaklead, 6st 131b ? 1 Ilander, 9st 21b ? 2 Sir Charles, 7st 41b ? ; ? 3 RiP T.T.lMfl T7. 1 ~— t Odie ? 1 Denman ? ?......*. ? 2 Denman Handicap. Vanity, 9st71b ? 1 Ilander, 93b ? 2 Blacklead, 6ab lllb ? 3 .' Hack Race. Rowena ? 1 Welter Handicap. Sir Charles, 8st 81b ? -1 Mistake, 8at 2lb ? 2 Baritone, lOsfc 81b......; ? 3 Forced Handicap. Sir Charles ? 1 Frank ? , ? 2 Mistake ? , ? 3

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LATEST CABLEGRAMS. London, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 17 February 1894

LATEST 0ABLEGEA1S. [From the Press Telegraph Association.] Londou, Friday. King Lobengnla has succumbed to the effect of a serioua attack of gout, contracted by exposure. An avesage of 40 deaths daily from yellow fever and from other fevars iB reported at Rio. Owing fro the fact that fever has broken oat on some vessels* the American warships in the harbour are temporarily withdaawn. Later. 'Vflllrtw fpT7PT» Tina KrAton ntlf nrnnnn f.Vifl /-rAwn nf British, Austrian, and Portuguese men-of-war in Rio Harbour, and it is raging among the merchant shinDincr. The commander of an Austrian manof war died from the disease. , The criminal investigation department of Scot land Yard is very active tracing the ramifications of the anarchist conspiracy. The explosion at Green wich Park has roused the authorities to the necessity of locating all anarchial elements in theacommunity. They have been in communication with, a number of French officers, who are coming over to London to identify the bod...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 17 February 1894

1— — u T. ??'-.. ? ~_-_^ ? ? ? — — ? ? ST. Patrick's Dat.— At the request of a number of gentlemen, who have for some years past been Connected with the very BUOceBsful banquet, held in West Mftitland in celebration of St. Patricks Day! a meeting has been convened to take place at Captain Holdel's Hotel on Tuesday evening next, »*£io.fc* «'n1ofik..for tho purpose of making arrange ments for a gathering this year. Last year the Celebration had to be abandoned on account of the flood. Veterans' Cricket Match.— The following are the teams selected for the veterans cricket match, to take placo on the Albion Ground on Fridav next- S. Cossfcick's team— Meesrs. Boss, Prentice -C H.), Cracknell, Harrison, Cosstick (S.), Lee, Macartney, Lipscomb, Chippendall, Owen, ?Rlftir (H ) Crothers, Webster, Stilling, Alcorn (Dr. KG.), Brunker (J. H.), Scobie, Stone, Holdea, Quinto'n. G. Moore's team— Prentice (J. D.), Youncr (H. A.), Ferris, Armstrong (J.), Eourke (J.), Moore (G.), Marshall, Cuuniugham...

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THE BAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 17 February 1894

:: ? THE BAY. FEBRCA.RT 17. Sninta Theodulua and JuHmi, martyrs in raleetine 303. St. Flavian, archbishop in Constantinople, martyr in Lydta, 440. -St. Loman or Lumen, first bishop of Trim, flfth 'century. St. Trutan. abbot ia Leinster, Bixtlt century. St. Silvin. of AucHy, bishop, 718. Bjru.— 'FraiiciB Duke ot Gnifie, French warrior, TS13; Horace Ben-idiot de Ssuissure, Genevcae traveller l'to ; John Tlnkertoii, '?lUtorian and antiquary. 17.-S, Edinburgh. Dial.— -Michael Angelo Buonarotti, painter, eculptor, archi tect, and engineer, 1003-4 ; Giordano Bruno. Neapolitan philoeopli-ar, burnt at llnmo.. 1000; Jean KuptiRte Pttque-llu Itoliere, 1073. J'aris; Antoine GaUard, translator ot the -Arabian Night? Entertainments, 1710 -, John Martin, historical painter, 1851 ; John Braham, singer and composer, 1850, .London. February 18.— St; Simeon, or Simon, Bichop of Jerusalem, martyr 110. Saints Leo anrt Panigoriua, martyrs, third century. Horn. Mary the First, Queen of Kngland, 1517. Gre...

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 17 February 1894

LOCAL NEWS. Conversazione.— As the time draws near for the opening there is every prospect of a successful dis play in connection with the Wesleyan conversazione next weuk. Fresh exhibits of a novel and interest ing character are being offered daily. The lafceBt, we understand, are steam models, canoes, and war craft from Samoa, phofcojrraDhic novelties. n.nrl an interesting collection of ancient documents, news papers, and records, covering a period of 150 years. The ladies' gift stalls will also be abundantly sup plied, and the musical programmes are expected to be specially good. What with fche phonograph, telephones, microscopes, stereoscopes, and art ex hibits, there should bo something to suit all tasfcea. Admission will be _Gd only, the desire of tho com mittee being to suit the times and give every one substantial value for their money. The prices of Tiflf* OTliTnR FnP cnin mill o1o/\ \\n «f*nisi4*1^*- -»n^n«ni'f. The English Illustrated Magazine. — We have not had an opport...

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CRICKET. BANKS v. LAW. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 17 February 1894

CEICKET. BANKS w. LSSI. This jnatob, played on the Albion Ground yeBterday after noon, resulted in a win for the representatives of the law. In yesterday's issue we printed scores up to the time of going to press. Following are the complete Ecores :— Law. A. B. Shaw, run out ? 46 W. Howell, b G Clift ? 35 VT. T. Lindsay, b Harden ? 53 ?W. Thompson, b G. Clift ? 2 W. Treaoy, lbw. b G. Clift ? .. 0 H. Coleman, b G. Clift ? 3 It. Logan, not out ? ;. .. 12 T. A. Hill, b Gill ? .- ? 2 H. Hyndes, b Gill ? ' 0 L. C. Ford, b Harden ? ; 4 J. AIcLeod, b Harden ? 1 Sundries ? ..;...,;.',. .;.... 10'. Total ? '. ? .', ? ;.~173 Banks. F. Waddy, b Howell ? „..„ 44 H. Harden, c Logan, b Shaw...... ? 0 G. CliH, b LoganT. ? [...,... 1 C. Blrkmyre. c Lindsay, b Shaw ? 24 W. Bartlett, Bt Lindsay, b Shaw ? 1 H. Wyndham, run out ? S-. A. Doyle, b Coleman ? u ' K. Colyer. run out ? ..;.......... ? .7 K. R. Jacob, t-t. Lind-ay.b Shaw.... ? 4 W. Gill, c and b Shaw ? 6 o. -v auay, dot; out ? ..;........- 0 ...

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LATEST BANKRUPTCY. Friday, February 10. VOLUNTARY SEQUESTRATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 17 February 1894

LATEST BANKRUPTCY. Fuiday, February 10. voltintaut sequestrations. William Weary, of Eden Creek, near Casino, farmer. Mr. A. Morris, official assignee. Marcus Stow Hill, of Mo3stnan's Bay, manu facturer's agent. Mr. L T. Lloyd, official assignee. Peter Grunzell, of Long Reach, Macleay River, fanner. Mr. L. T. Lloyd, official assignee. John Smellie, of Ktmilworth-streefc, Waverley, commission .sgenfc, Mr. A, Morris, official aBoiguee.

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PEARLS v. NEWCASTLE CITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 17 February 1894

PEARLS v. NEWCASTLE CITY. The first eleven of the Pearls met the Newcastle City Club on thu Park this afternoon, when there wn3 a very large attend ance of i-pectators. The visitors went first to the wicket?, and were all disposed of for 92 runs, of which EnrighUnot out 32) and Hadley (25) were the prlnoipal scorers Lusk, the luet player out. was splendidly caught by D. Pryor near the boundary of! a ball by J. Moore. The wicket was very dead, po that the score made by the visitors i* a very good one. MessrB Clarence lannell and J. Kerrhrun acted ns umpires. Soon after the 'earls went to the wickets a heavy shower came on and inter fered with the progress of the game. The scores are as follow : Newcastle Citt. Pirst Innings J. Wooden, c J. Moore, b H. Tegg ? 1 P. Eiiright. not out ? 32 .T. Oowun.h.o.w., b H. Tegg ? 5 V. Wearne, 0 White, bTegg ? , ? 7 A. Cunningham, b Tegg ? 7 A. Terry, 0 \V Moore, D White ? 1 H. Brynnt, b Tegs ? n T. Gilbert, 0 D. Pryor, b Tegg ? 0 J. Stu-Wi8''n, b T...

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NEWCASTLE. ARRIVALS.—DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 17 February 1894

NEWCASTLE. {By telegraph from our Correspondent.) ARRIVALS.— TO 1-AY. Favorite, from Cape iiawke. Dolly Walmaley, from Camden Haven. Oakland, Sydney, Australian, Duektnfleld, Alice, Karawera, all trom Sydney. Iris, barque, from New Caledonia. Serena, barque, from Rio Janeiro. DEPARTURES.— To-day. Go;ford, for Port StephenB.

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ALBIONS V. IRONCLADS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 17 February 1894

ALBIOFflS V. IRONCLADS. A match wns played on the Albion Ground this afternoon between the Ironclads of Newcastle and the Maitland Alblons. llio nttcndnncu of spectators was small T'o Newo»Btle pluyers went 111 first, and Shaw and Giles bowling splendidly very quickly disposed of the batsmen, there being five out tor 1 jJ lor 2S- while tlle iulli'g3 closed for o total of 47 runs. The scores are:— Ironclads. T. Simon, c Harriett, b Shuw ? .„. , 4 S. Sncesby, b Giles ? ,. ? \ J. Jeffrie.i, 0 Korman, b 'files ? 0 G. Webb, c Norman, b Shuw.. ? 1 J. Freemau. b Giles ? , ? ] g YC. Colgan, 0 Blrkinyre, b Shaw ? 4 J Steele, 0 and b Shaw ? ,.„?. 12 Gallagher, c Harden, b Giles ? ,..,„. , 0 J. Clayton, st Norman, b Shaw ? .4 IiOtt, notout ? ;........;....„..;.?' -10 ? Substitute, b Giles ? .......;....;.„.. 3 Total „„ ? «„.,,.,„.,„;„„ ? 1.,,.47 1 Albion C; C. First Innings. P. Waddy, b Clayton ? 0 H. S. Harden, notout ? 35 It. Lindsay, st. Simon, b Clayton ? ,'..;,. 18 A. Giles, not out ? 14 ...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY. ARRIVALS.—Yesterday. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 17 February 1894

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY. AR RIVALS.— Yesterday. Prior Hill, barque, 1127 tons, Captain M. Porter, lrom New York Ctli November. Gaho. 6., a '60 tone, Captain William Ellis, from Melbourne 14th February. DE PARTURES-YESTEnDAV. Elingomite, 8.. lor Melbourne. Kumveera, s., lor Adelaide, via Newcastle; Peregrine, s., for Melbourne. uurlmDia, 8 , lor unibmt ana ports. [By Telegraph.] arrivals-to-day. Britannia, from London. Guthrie, from Hongkong. London, trom Liverpool. Namoi, from Newcastle. Macleay, from Richmond River. O EPARTURES— To-day. Fitzroy for Melbourne; Te Aikiu for Auokland; Bulimba lor Weil Australia; Uabo for Brisbane and Northern ports.

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COOLONGOLOOK C.G. v. FORSTER C.C. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 17 February 1894

COULONGOLOOK C.C. vl FORSTER C.C. A match between the above teams was played at Forster on Saturday. Kebruary lOtli, aud resulted in a win for' Coolongo 100k by 18 runs. The local team had 0 lead of 41 runs on the first inoings, butowini;to the splendid bowling of J. Worth and A. Murray they were disposed of in their second innings for 82. Murray in the first innings did the ' hat trick.' ffor the losers, G. Klein bowled epleudidly. Following are the ecores :— COOLONGOLOOK. first Jnmiitjs. t- Batohelnr, b Klein ? 0 U Freuch, b Scott ? „..,. 2 V. Orcliin, b Klein ? - 0 1 J. Worth, b Klein ? 1 M. Jb'rench, not out ? 11 ./.Worth, b Scott ? -T' ' ',' A. Murray, b Klnin ? ,' 2 1 , A Batchelor, b Kjein..... ? 0 \1 J Callaghan, b Scott... ? O , - ?, W Plans, b Klein ? .-..'. ? 3 - '?' ?? G. l'latts.b Klein.-.........; ? : ? --o ,*5- «v . Byes;. ? /. ? :.....'... 8 '? V'~ Total ? 22 -' Second: Inniugs v ' ' -I * F. Orchin, run out ...:.... ? x, 0 O. French, b Klein ? _ ? 8 M. French, b Klei...

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