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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 19 May 1894

1WM. THE HUNTING GIBL, by Mrs. Kennard, 2s, post 2b 4d I Forbid the Banns, by Frankfort Moore, 2s, post 2s 4d The Emigrant Ship, by Clark BuBsell, 2s, post 2s 4d Woman and the Man, by Bobt. Buchanan, 2s, post 2s 4d The Dictator, by Justin M'Carthy, 2s, post 2s 4d Neuroomia, A New Continent, by G. M'lver, 2s, post 2s -Id In Exchange for a Soul, by Mary Linskell, 2s, post 2s 4d A Complication in Hearts, by E. Pendleton, 2s, post 2s 4d A Wasted Crime, by D. Christie Murray, 2s, p. 2s 4d The Eebel Queen, by W. Besant, 2s, post 23 4d The Marquis of Carabas, by A. Watson, 2s, p. 2s 4d Each for Himself, by F. Gerstaker, 2s, post 2s 4d The New Rector, by Stanley J. Weyman, 23, p. 2s 4d Treason Felony, by J. Hill, 2s, post 2s 4d The Last Tenant, by B. L. Farjeon, 2s, post 2s 4d The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes, by A. Conan Doyle, 23 6d, post 2s lOd Montezuma's Daughter, by E. Haggard, 2s Gd, post 2s lOd Lady Patty, by Mrs. Hungerford, 2s, post 2s 4d Allan Quatermain, by Eider Haggard, 2s Gd, p...

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Maitland Commercial Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 19 May 1894

Maitland Commercial Intelligence. Business continued steady during tho week. There are no alterations in prices, which remain as previously quoted : — Flour, £7 15s to £8 10s per ton, according to quality. Wheat, dull ; best quoted at 3s 3d ; inferior, 2s 3d to 2s 6d. Maize plentiful, Is lOd to 2s 3d per bushel. Oats— seed, 2s 3d to 2s 9d per bushel 5 feed, 2a 6d to 3s. Vetches, 13s per buBliel. Barley— Cape, 2s Gd to 3s per bushel ; English 2s 6d to 3s ; skinless, 5s to 5s Gd. Bran. — Maizena, £5 per ton ; other sorts £3 10s. Pollard, £3 10s to £4 5a per ton. Chaff, £3 15s to £4 5s per ton. Hay — Lucerne, in demand, £2 10s to £3 per ton ; oaten, £2 10a to £3. Lucerne Seed, Gd to 9d per lb. Hungarian millet seed, 2d to 3d per lb. Sorghum seed, 3d to 4d per lb. Onions, 8s to 0s per cwt. Potatoes, in good demand ; Brownell's £3 15s £4 10s per ton ; Warrnambools, £4 per ton. Butter — best 5d to Is ; inferior 3d to 5d Eggs, Is to Is 2d per dozen. Cheese, 2d to 4d per lb. Bacon, 5d to 7d...

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EXPRESS TRAIN. Singleton to Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 19 May 1894

EXPRESS TRAIN/ Singleton to Sydney. ??OT This train runs on every week day. Leave. A.M. Singleton ? ? ? 7.10 ' West Maitland ? 8.15 ?igh-street ? ? ? 8.19 East Maitland ? ? 8.25 Newcastle ? ; ? 9.10 Arrive, Sydney ? 12.50 North-Western Service. The mail train which leaves Sydney at 6.15 in ?the evening leaves Werris Creek junction at 3.10 ia the morning as a mixed train, Gunnedah 5.16, arriving at Narrabri at 8.0. This train does not tan on Sundays. From Narrabri a mixed train runs onsall days but Sundays, leaving at 9.10 a.m., Gunnedah arrives 11.43, loave3 11,53, Werris Creek junction at 2.14, p.tQ., where it merges into the mail train, reaching Sydney at 11.0. Other trains between Sydney, Newcastle, and Mfutland, tho Morpeth train service, and tho Maitland-NewcaBtle train service, will be found on the railway time-table exhibited at all stations. No Saturday's through train leaves Eedfern, but ?one leaves Werris Creek on Saturday as usual. Ntene on Sunday from Werris Creek, but o...

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Leave [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 19 May 1894

Leave p. M. Brisbane ? ? ? 6.20 A. M. Wallangarra ? ? ? ? ? 5.20 JenningB ? ? ? ? ? ? 5.35 Tenterfield ? 6. 0 Glen Innes ? ? ? 8. 7 Armidale ? ? ? ? 10.35 p. M. Tamworth ? ? ? ? ? 1. 7 Wcrris Creek Junction.... ? 2.14 Quirindi ? ? ? 2.35 Murrurundi ? 8.37 Muswellbrook ? ? ? 4.53 Singleton ? ? ? ? 5.53 West Maitland ? ? ? 6.46 East Maitland ? 6.53 Newcastle ? . ? ? ? 7.38 Arrive. Sydney ? 11. 0

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DAILY EXPRESS TRAIN. Sydney to Tamworth—Tamworth to Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 19 May 1894

- DAILY EXPRESS TRAIN. Sydney to Tamworth— Tamworth to Sydney. iKgf' This train runs on week-days only. Leave. ~ Sydney ? 9. 0 P. M. Newcastle ? ? ? 12.55 East Maitland ? 1,38 High-street ? 1,4,3 West Maitland ? ? , ? 1.49 Singleton ? 3.10 Muswellbrook ? 4,20 Murrurundi ? 6. 0 Quirindi ? 7. 0 'Werris Creek Junction (thence it is a mixed train) ? '..., ? 7.40 Arrive. Tamworth ? 9,10 Leave. A. IT. Tamworth (a mixed train) ? ? ? 7.20 'Werris Creek Junction (thence a pas senger train) ? ? ? ? 9. 5 Quirindi ? ? ? 9.30 Murrurundi ? 10.40 p. M. Muswellbrook ? 12. 0 Singleton ? 1.18 West Maitland ? 2.22 High-street ? 2.25 East Maitland ? ? ? ? ? 2.29 .Newcastle ? 8.23 Arrive. Sydney ... ? ? ? 7.15

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A Successful Hunter. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 19 May 1894

A Successful Hunter. ' I'm looking well,' said Col. Montfort at the Windsor yesterday, ' of course, I'm looking well. Been hunting mudhens on North Dakota, and that makes anyone look well. By the way, I had an experience once that was rather unique in the hunt ing line. It was years ago when the old-fashioned mn 7.7:1 p-lnadprfl were in voffue and I never knew it to be duplicated, I was out duckhunting and came up on a pond that was filled with ducks — mallards, teal, redheads, etc. It seemed that there wasa sort of union meeting, and I had stumbled in on it without giving the password. Naturally I hauled upland blazed away. I couldn't stop to aim ; in fact I didn't need to, but it rained ducks around there while I was reloading. There were so many ducks they couldn't get away because they were crowded to gether so tight they couldn't fly, and I let go both barrels a second time. When I started to load again I found my ramrod missing. I was furious, but I could do nothing without it...

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A Female Deputation. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 19 May 1894

A Female Deputation. A deputation, consisting of several ladies, waited upon Sir. M'Intyre, Viotorian Minister for Lands, on Tuesday, to complain of the way in which the Lands Department was treating A. Robertson, with whose conduct in connection with the Struan Rnbertson village settlement the Minister is much dissatisfied. The deputation, the Herald says, addressed Mr. M'Intyre in somewhat aggressive fashion. Mr. M'Intyre said ho could not recognise surveys made by order of ' that man Robertson.' The land belonged to the Crown, but that man treated it as though ho owned it. One of the ladies protested against Robertson being called ' that man.' It was insulting. In any other country, Bhe said, he would have been respected, and regarded as a philanthropist. Mr. M'Intyre replied that Robertson had declared in a villainous way that the Minister was intoxicated when he visited the settlement. ' So you were,' was the cool remark of one of tho deputation. ' Who told you that?' demanded ...

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Sudden Fame. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 19 May 1894

Sudden Fame. Abont forty years ago, when Doctor Bence Jones was a leader and a great authoiity among the scientific organizations of England, he received a letter from Germany, saying: ' You English are the oddest people. Here, to our laboratories, comes every year a young . Irish schoolmaster called Tyndall, with the quickest brain, the most honest capacity for research I have ever seen. Would that our German youths were run from the same mould ! ' This brilliant young fellow has never received the smallest recognition from English men or in stitutions, and he tells me to day that, quite dis heartened at last, he is preparing to emigrate to America.' Tyndall went through London, not long afterward, to make preparations for visiting America, and Doctor Jones took care to meet him. He fell at onee under the spell of his wonderful talents, and determined to bring him to public notice. ' I won't take any middle course,' he said. ' I think you can leap to the top at once. I shall announ...

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 19 May 1894

LOCAL NEWS. St. John's Fancy Fair. — The fancy fair in aid of St. John's Schools, which opened in the Town Hall on Monday week, was brought to a most successful termination on Wednesday evening last, when the goods remaining over were dis posed of by brucc auction by Mr. James H. Bruuker. His Lordship Dr. Murray thanked all those who had assisted at the fair duriner the week, especially mentioning the kind assistance and support given by the Jews and non-Catholics, the Mayor and corporation for giving the free use of the Town Hall, and Bpoke of the praiseworthy ffforts of Father O'Donohoe, to whom a great deal of the succoss achieved was due, and tho hon. sec. (Mr. H. A. O'Connor), who had ably assinted in its management. He also announced that the net result of the fair, not including the proceeds of the auction sale, was -£G70, which was afterwards increased to ,£70.). Proceedings in Parliament this Week. — On Tuesday, the Legislative Council read a second time the Stamp Duties Ac...

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J. Enright's Report. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 19 May 1894

J. Enright's Report. ' Horses of all kinds are in fair demand. I sold a large number this week from £2 10s to .£15. I will ' olrer a number of useful sorts on Monday next. Fat Stock. — A full supply this week ; prime bul locks sold at good figures, half fat at store prices. Store Stock.— I sold G5 mixed lots from 8s to 35s 8ioh ; old and poor dull of sale. Springing Cows.— I sold 18 cows from £2 to £6 each. Working BullockB.— M to £12 per pair. Fat Calves. — 6s Od to 25s. Fat and Store Pigs. — 14s to 35s each. ' Oaten and lucerne hay, £2 to £4 per ton ; maize, 2s 3d to 2s Gd; oats, 2s 3d ta 2s 6d ; lucerne seed, 9d to 9 Id ; wheat, 2a 3d to 3s Gd ; barley— Cape and English 2s Od to Ss per bushel 5 potatoes, 3s 6d to 4s Gd. . , House and Landed Properties.— I have enquiries r for small good estates close to railway or market. I have -a number of small properties for private sale, and small farms ' to let or. sell. See Mercury 1 'to-dayi ? ' ' '? West Maitland, May 18, 1894.

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SIDNEY BOUDOIR GOSSIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 19 May 1894

SYDNEY BOUDOIR GOSSIP. [By Zaua.1 n c have been enjoying lovely weather for our social functions during tlie past week, and con sequently everything went off in the pleaaantest manner. On Thursday last Lady Duff held an at home at Government House, which was followed on Friday afternoon by a garden party at Admiralty House. Then on Monday Mrs. Burdekin gave a smart little dance, on Tuesday evening Admiralty House opened again its hospitable doors, while on 'Wednesday the grand ball in aid of the Factory Girls' Club took place in the Town Hall. Two more dances this week, and on Saturday night we go to Bee Mrs. Brough in Lady Windermere's Fair. The tennis tournament has been on each day, and several theatre parties have been given, besides innumerable afterncon teas in the war ships. After such gaiety I expect to find myself a complete wreck on Sunday. The Government House function went off very successfully. Things were carried out on the usual lines, tho feature of the evening being...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 19 May 1894

Before visiting (he C'ly write to the Manager for - (jra ej Tariff, (jorrejji ondence promptly attended to. PRODUCE EXCHANGE. South Coast and M Gamdsn So-operative Co (LIMITED.) AGENTS for the SALE OF STATION, FARM and DAIRY PRODUCE of every description Produce Stores, Cool Chambers, and ' Offices : Sussex & Liverpool Sts. SYDNEY BLOOMFIELD COAL, 9s per ton. ORDERS RECEIVED AT MY OFFICE, Town Hall, for this FIRST-CLASS HOUSEHOLD COAL; delivered in East or West Maitland, 9s PER TON FOR CASH. JAS. T. TEGG, Agent, 580 Town Hall. West Maitland. TAILORING NOTICE. W. (BILL) WILKS, Having severed his connection as Cutter and Manager for Mrs. M. A. Wilks, HAS NOW OPENED BUSINESS ON HIS OWN ACCOUNT in large premises OPPOSITE BARDE^J & RIBEE'S, where, with an entirely new stock of Choice Fancy Coatings and Vestings, West of England Tweeds, and all sorts of Fashionable Cloths of the latest designs, com bined with Good Fit and Workmanship, and his well-known civility and attenti...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 19 May 1894

— THE- Most Useful Ointment in the World! Bar STone. PREMIER OINTMENT in tho SOUTHERN HEMISPHERIC. But, as many now arrivals have lately made New South Wales their home, it may bo as well to lot them know that there is such an article as JOSEPHSON'S OINTMENT puroly tiieprodnotionof thccolony,oomposedofwildpla-nt3 indigenous to tho oountry and nowhere else, tho principal of which is tho EUCALYPTUS, now bo famed thoroughout tlie world. WHO SHOULD SUFFER FROM PILES, when one application will relieve you? RKAD Tins LETTTKR AND TllY FOIl YOUIISELVKS Messrs. E. Row and Co. Dear Sirs, — I hxivo tried your Josophson's Oinb menb for Piles, and havo found much relief from usinft it. You aro at liberty to uso this if you feel disposed. X remain, yours, etc., L. P. SOLOMONS, Herald Office. BAD LEGS, OLD SORES of long standing havo been cured by using this Ointment. SORE EYES, or Sandt Blight. — There la nothing known to man equal to JOSEPHSON'S AUSTRAMAN OINTMENT. Eow's Assorted Bitters CONTAIN...

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Irreverent Prayers. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 19 May 1894

Irreverent Prayers. It is said that an offcer once went up to the ruler of the Eoglish Commonwealth, after he had finished a prayer in the presence of his troops, and said to him roughly : ' I know now the God yon believe in ! He is only a bigger and stronger Oliver Crom well.' Whether this bold declaration was true or not, there is reason to believe from many of the sermons which have come to us from those early days that some of our forefathers, with their narrow lives and intense personal affec tions and prejudices, were apt to regard their Maker merely as a larger and more powerful Self, very much as they did their king or the chief of their clan. The chief of the Leslies is said to have prayed before a battle : ' Be on our side ! An' gin ye canna be on our side, aye lay low a bit, an' ye'il Beee tha carles get a hidin' that must please ye.' An old Covenanter, who ruled his household with an iron rod, is raid to have prayed in all sincerity at family worship : '0 Lord, hae a car...

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Gipsies. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 19 May 1894

Gipsies. Charles G. Leland wrote tbus of Charlotte Cooper, one of the oldest and most famous of the Romanies, in a recent number of tbe Ocntnry : — Fifty or sixty years ago the gipsies in Eng land were a much more remarkable race than they are at present. The railway had not 1 come to break up their habits, there were I hundreds of lonely places in dell and dinale where they could ' hatch the tan,' or pich the tent, their blood had been little mixed with that of the Gorpio, or gentile ; they spoke their language with greater purity than at present, and still kept their old character istics unchanged. If they had tbe fault of Arabs, they had also many of their good qualities. If they etole horses or foraged on farmers, if: their women told fortuneB, lied, and sometimes cheated a man out of all his ready money by pretending to find a treasure in his cellar, on the other hand they were extremely grateful and honest to tboBe who befriended them, and manifested in many ways a rough manli...

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Highly Accomplished. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 19 May 1894

Highly Accomplished. The age, accomplishments, »nd other attri butes of a youn(- Caiit'ornian lady are thus recorded in a Transatlantic journal ' Miss Edith ? is only five fe^t and a quarter of nn inch hij-h, and weighs only 128 pounds. She can, however lift a bag of bar iey pounds in weight and fliny it into a wa?gon with tbri same airy grace that she would display in tossing a ball. She can break mustan»n, drive gon!- plough teams, play piano, Ibbso a steer, milk and make butter, erobroiHor doylies, tell a borse's age and value by looking at him, and prepare aa deliciouB dinners 0.9 it is permitted to Cali fornians to enjoy.'

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Wasted Sympathy. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 19 May 1894

Wasted Sympathy. The author o£ ' Here and There in Italy' recalls tbe story of the German tourist at Capri, who one day, in the course of strolling about, saw a beautiful girl, in the old eostume of the island, bending over the edge of a frightfHl precipice. Hurriedly advancing, the kindlv man. in his best German-Italian, besought her to leave the dangerous spot; but the girl sadly shook her head, and would not stir. ' Lofely maid,' cried he, ' why do you despair ? Why ahould one so charming weary of life ? ]?or yes ! I know your purpose. Tou seek to die !' Apparently trembling with emotion, the girl turned her head aside. ' Come !' urged the Gorman. * Don't ; pray don't do it !' At this the girl bent her ' lofely' eyes full upon him, and starting up, answered : ' The signor is right. I will not do it.' The German went away rejoicing, in the belief that he had saved the poor creature's life. But the next day, chancing to pass the spot again, he was thunderstruck at finding tbe same ...

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Pleasantries. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 19 May 1894

Pleasantries. DEER, BEAR, DUCK, GOOSE. He told her she was his little dear, she said he was a bear ; He called her a duck, and then! she said he was ' a goose,' so there ! But here I'll stop for fear you can't your laughter longer smother For you can see as well as I, they made game of each other. SHE MIGHT IN TIME. Snickson — 'Do you think you could OTer learn to love me?' Ethel — 'I might, after some time. I see the queen is learning Hindustani at the age of seventy !' MAKING TP FOR IT. ' But, Carl, how can you drink so much beer ?' ' I drink it as a reward of virtue, for, you see, I drank milk for a whole year.' 'Tou did! And what year was that, pray?' ' My firBt, of course.' WHEN TRUTH IS SPOKEN. 'The subject for discuBsion at the next meeting of the village debating society is, ' Wbat is truth ?' 'Indeed ? Well, that is a question that should be easily answered.' ' I'm not of your opinion. What is truth ?' ' Truth iB what two persons speak when the y fall out with each other.' ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 19 May 1894

Notice to the Residents of tbb Paterson and District. OR. FRANK LIDDELL, OT High-street, West Maitland, JS NOW VISITING PATERSON REGULARLY, and may bo CON SULTED AT WILSON'S COURT HOUSE HOTEL on Tiiubsdays from Twelve o'clock noon to One p.m. 0134' OR, W, J, RUSSELL HAS RETURNED FROM EUROPE, AND JIM BE CONSULTED IS 11 IL AT HIS SURGERY, Sigh-street, West Maitland. 1357 DR. PENTLAND HAS RESUMED PRACTICE, AND CAN BE CONSULTED A.T HIS HOUSE, AS USUAL, 0593 MEDICAL NOTICE. To thb Residents op Paterson, Vacy, Gbesfobd and District. Dr. S. J. Richards, (M.B., and Ch.M., Sydney), HAS COMMENCED THE PRACTICE OP HIS PROFESSION, and may be consulted daily at his residence, Ferndale, Vacy. DR. RICHARDS wiU VISIT PATERSON^ and may be Consulted at WILSON'S COURT HOUSE HOTEL, on Tuesdays and Saturdays at Ten o'clock a m. ; GRESFORD, at Mr. Fry's, on Mondays and Fridays at Ten o'clock a.m. 849 Painless Dentistry.' Mim itHBU D, WITHOUT SPRINGS, WIRES, OR FASTENINGS. c,fi!Ls D.D.S., R.D.S., SURGEON m...

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Queer Military Order. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 19 May 1894

Queer Military Order. The chaplain of the Forty-ninth Tennessee Regi msnt, Rev.. J. H. M'Neilly, remembers the first battle order that he ever heard. And well he may — it was so peculiar. It was in the fall of 1861, at Fort Donelson, where there were ODly some half a dozen companies fortifying and drilling. The new chaplain was messing with the senior captain. In those days, he says, the men had not yet given up all home habits. They wore white shirts and under clothes, and every night undressed and went to bed 'like folks.' One day it was rumoured that the gunboats were in the river below us, and were coming up. About midnight, while all were sleeping soundly, the long roll began to beat in the company stationed on the river bank. At once there was a stir in the camp; officers were calling men to fall in, and there was much hurrying to and fro. Captain Beaumont was al ways careful about his dress when on duty, and 'even now he did not neglect his toilet. Quickly he put on hie unifo...

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