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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 26 May 1894

Notice to the Residents op the Paterson and District. DR. FRANK LIDDELL, j of High-street, West Maitland, IS NOW VISITING PATERSON REGULARLY, and may be CON SULTED AT WILSON'S COURT HOUSE HOTEL on Thursdays from Twelve o'clock noon to One p.m. 0134 OR, W, J, RUSSELL HAS HEIUKNED FROSS AND I III BE mm JS 18011; AT Has SURGERY, High-street, West IMflaiidL a 1357 DR. PEITLHD HAS RESUMED PRACTICE, AND CAN BE CONSULTED AT HIS HOUSE, AS USUAL, 0592 ? ? ; ? ? MEDICAL, NOTICE. To the Besidents op Paterson, Vaoy, Gresford and District. Dr. S. J. Richards, i' (JI.B., and Ch.M., Sydney), HAS COMMENCED THE PRACTICE OF HIS PROFESSION, and may be consulted daily at his residence, Ferndale, Vacy. DE. EICHAKDS will VISIT PATEESON, and may be Consulted afc WILSON'S COUET HOUSE HOTEL, on Tuesdays and Saturdays afc Ten o'clock a.m. ; GEEdFOKD, afc Mr. Fry's, on Mondays and Fridays afc Ten o'clock a.m. 849 Painless Mistry, Htt UTBL TBI, WITHOUT SPEINGS, WIEES, OE FASTENINGS. G. H. WEBB, D.D.S., E.D.S.,...

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MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 26 May 1894

MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS. Me. See on Intercolonial Reciprocity. — The Victorian Government some time ago communicated with the Government ot New South W ales on the question of a border treaty, and now it ia announced hy the Premier o£ tho southern colony (Mr. Patter son) that he is preparing a echemo with which lie hopes to givo effect to tho idea. On being seen with reference to the matter yesterday the Colonial Treasurer (Mr. See) expressed mm self to a Herald . reporter as altogether opposed to it. 'Ifc is all very well for Victoria,' he said; 'she is desirous of getting back a trade which, as tho result of our policy, has naturally gravitated to the lands of our own people. When this colony was under Freetrade and its markets ?were open to whatever Victoria desired to export to ?us the Victorians wero too wide awake to their own advantage to give us similar privileges, and kept piling on duties with the intention and result that they gave their own producers and manufacturers the tr...

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Transpositions. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 26 May 1894

Transpositions. Some atmuiing examples of unintentional transpositions are given in a recently pub lished collection of 'Balls and Blunders.' Slips of the bind usually result from ner vousness rather than from ignorance, but ifc is a question which was responsible in tbe case of the pompous coloured preacher who told his floek that ifc was ' easier for a camel to go through the knee of an idol than for a rich man to enter heaven.' Not so in the case of the courtly and cul tivated George William Oartis, who, ifc is said, was so overcome with stage fright when he commenced his first lecture that instead of the reference to the bottomless pit which he intended to make, he astonished his bearers by beginning tremulously — ' Ladies and gentlemen, fche pitomleaa bott — ! ' The crowning specimen of ladicrous help lessness in tbe face of elusive syllables ia that of the unfortunate speaker who, at a pathetic point of his address, when his hero was about to undergo a heartrending parting fro...

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WILLIAM TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 26 May 1894

WILUftfa TOW53. The weekly meeting of the Evening Star Lodge No. 203, I.O.G.T., was held in the Union Hall on Tuesday ovening last, there being & goodly attend ance, Ero. 6. Langlands, P.C.T., presiding. After the opening ceremonies had been performed, ard several items of business dealt with, tho Hope of Stockton Lodge No. -1-15 was officially received. The visiting officers were voted to the chairs, and officiated during the remainder of the evening, tho visiting Chief Templar, Ero. XI. B. Gardiner, pre siding. After ascertaining that the business sheet bad already been dealt with, the Chairman stated that the visitors had a short programme of songs, recitations, etc., to submit for tho consideration of the audience, and forthwith proceeded to personally open proceedings with a song, which wus well re ceived. Bro.' Boon was next called upon and favoured the company with a recitation. Sister Calley contributed a song in pleasing style. A song by Sister Barnicott, was well r...

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DISTRICT NEWS. SEAHAM. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 26 May 1894

DISTRICT NEWS. [Fuoir Our Correspondents.] SEAHARS. A ball took place at Seaham in aid of the Eoman Catholic Church on the ISfch inst. It was very satisfactory. Tho room was crowded, to the great est pleasure of tho committee. Mr. C. C. Swin bourne kindly acted as M.C., and did his part well, ana CJ»e gathering was a great success, although the weather was greatly against it. 'We wero pleased to see such a good attendance, but hope to see a better one next time. The ball passed oil very joyfully with all, and broke up at daybreak. The Committee thank all who patronised it. Seaham, May 24.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 26 May 1894

Tee last* word wa presume was said when about ten d»ya ago tho Prima tVliniatei' of Victoria received a deputation representing the 'Presbyterian Chuich in Victoria, »vhieb protested against the sports and pastimes sanctioned by the military commandant at iangwarrin on Easter Sunday. The points made were that sports and amuaorn9ntB aimila? to - those permitted at Lang ?warrin were forbidden in the city and Were ..as -wrong in tbe camp; tbat -the 'Church, while it would not interfere ?with what an individual might choose to do on Sundays, yet objected to breach of Sunday rest , authorised by the'- State ; that the sports con flisted largely of competitions for valuable . ? prizes, .including equeetrian displays and other ? evolutions. ; that act a matter of military ex pediency the men should have been allowed to lest on Sunday ; that tbe higher ideal, cf duty, of aelf-conatraint, of sobriety, aud of decorum of behaviour, was weakened by an official ?sanction of such entertainment aB...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 26 May 1894

The 'Daily' and cC Weekly Mercury.' NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS, ~B~ ETTERS to the Editor, Country Correspon -I -i donee, and News Items intended forinseri.iou in either the DAILY or WEEKLY MERCURY mu'rfc in future bo addressed to the Editor. Busi ness communications, including orders for adver tisements, etc., however, should be addressed not to the Editor but to the Proprietors. 'TUCKER, GILUES, & THOMPSON, Propkietoes. -MAY. 2 '?g l'HASES OF THE ilOO.N. ?g f New Moon ? Ctli ... 0.47 n.ro. p P jPir6t Quarter.. 12th ... 4 26 p.m. J 1'ull Moon...... 50lli ... 2.4Sam. a — ° ° i.ast Qunner... 28tli ... B. 9 a.m. ?- «- & a 1'erigoe, 8tlir 2 p.m. S S Q O Apogee, 24tli, ll-am. , « rn 11E51AHKAEI.E Events.' ampm J Tuei -Et. Phillip and St James' Day G 30 5 18 ; » Wed lat Hcs'urc IStus' Straits Cable . 1814 0 31! 5 17 8 F.'iur -Ascension Day C 37 S 10 4 Ifri Livingstone -1. 1873; Dr. Lang arr, 18:3 g 3815 15 B Sat Bor.tt-.arte dieil 1821 0 3D 514 6 Sun Sunday after Ascension 6...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 26 May 1894

COLLEGIATE SCHOOL, FOB GIRLS AND BOYS, CHADIjI JEAST MiHTL&.m- THE GIELS' DEPARTMENT will be under the supervision of Miss A. DOWNING as hithero, assisted by Mrs. M. M. DWYER, who is certifi cated, and has had over G years' experience in teaching under the Education Department of this colony. The BOYS' DEPARTMENT will be under the supervision of Mr. M. M. DWYER, Trained and Certificated Teacher, and two years Assistant Master Associated Training College, Melbourne, and for past three years Head Master the Boys' College, Newcastle. Mr. DWYER will also take all advanced girls in English, Latin, Arithmetic, and Science Group. Pupils prepared for all University examinations. Prospectuses posted. At Homo on Wednesdays. New Quarter begins on 2nd April. 0594 Rm. BUTTERVORTH, Teacher of Piano, Organ, and Singing. PROFESSIONAL DUTIES RESUMED MONDAY, JANUARY 15. Singleton visited Every Wednesday & Thursday. Agent for the celebrated HolPtein Piano. Address — ' RIOLA,' BULWER-ST...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 26 May 1894

PESIMiUtii'&OMEHAL s. i. mmm. mBB I '. 0 L .MAIL 3THAMSHIPS of tlio J. iibovc Company will be despatched from Circular Quay (Macquarie Point) and from Mel bourne and Adelaide on the following dateB at NOON FOB LONDON (Touching at the unual intermediate ports en route) ijcavi: , i,ua»e Steamer. ^ Ootamaader. Sydney Ade- r'i ? Noon. laido. Valetta ? 4019 R. P. Briscoe.. May 28 .Tune '2 June B Rome ? SMS A. IS. Dniiiell,, June 11 .Tune 1G Juno 20 PurrairmUa ... 4771 P. Harris ? June 25 June30 .Inly 4 Uritnr.nia ? G?5? O. l'\ Preston.. July 0 July 14 July 18 Occcina ? G3(!f E Stewart ? July 23 July 28' Aug.l Australia ? 7000 1 Reeves ? Aug. G Aug. 11 Aug. 1 llimaluya ? G808 It. T. Murray.. Aug. 20 Adj. 25 Aug. 29 And thenceforward every alternate week. BATES OF PASSAGE MONET TO LONDON : i First. Saloon, £60 to £70. Second Saloon, £35, £37, £40. ? RETURN TICKETS, £65 to £115. ! TO INDIA.,.. First saloon, single, £40; return, £00 Second saloon, single, £25; return, £'10. _ Through...

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Rhoda Broughton's Love Affair. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 26 May 1894

Rhoda Eroughton's Love Affair. 'When Rhoda Broughton was a young girl she was very poor, moderately plain, and altogether ud. famous. At the beginning of her career (wliich was then so small a thing aa to be barely perceptible to the naked eye), she, and a likewise young, likewise impoverished, and likewise unknown cavalry officer fall madly in love with each other. ' I think, my son, that it is timo you were sent to India,' savagely remarked the father to his youth on hearing of tbe state of affairs. So the cavalry officer dutifully sailed for Tndia, where in time he became a portly, liver-troubled person of importance, while Bhoda remained in London to write of poor, talented young girlas whose yellow-moutached lovers (all army men) invariably went off to India just at the most excit ing and sentimental pr.rt of the 'narrative.

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Singleton Markets. GRAINGER AND FALKINER'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 26 May 1894

Singleton Markets. GRAINGER AND FAI.KINKIt's IIBMRT. The produce trado remains withoitt. much change. Maize is not offering so freely, still quite sufficient , for the demand, as buyers generally are afraid to speculate, foaring the bottom has not been reached, while on the other hand growers think it impcs3iblo that prices can go lower. We placed since our last 60 bags at Is lOd, 34 bags at Is 10id, and 160 baga delivered at Newcastle at 2s. — Lucerne Hay: A good demand exists for prime quality, and a fair demand for medium class, suitable for chaffing. We sold tho following trucks — 2 at 45s, 2 at £2 2s 6d, 1 at 37s Gd, and 4 at 33s.— Potatoes : A slightly better feeling in this line, and lots coming forward meet with ready sale.— Pumpkins are selling more freely. At our auction sales yesterday, butter sold at about late rates. Eggs slightly better. Poultry firmer. Prices improved for largo porkers and baconers on last week's rafces. Following are the prices realised: — Butter, 4d...

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The Most Primitive Life in Europe. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 26 May 1894

The Most Primitive Life in Europe. The most primitive life in Europe is to be | met with in the Swiss valleys on the Italian aide, and a delightful side it is. At Olivone, in the Bregno Valley, I struck a mountain road, constructed under enormbus engineering difficulties, and leading to a couple of prosperous villages which until a few months ago had no means of communica ting with the outer world except a goat path. I saw this path on the opposite side of the chasm, down which roars a mountain torrent, and it looks as if nothing but a chamois could travel it safely. Even the new road can only accommodate a mule. It is admirably made, like all the engineer ng work in Switzerland, from the St. Goth ard's tunnel downward, but on one side of it for over a mile there is a sheer precipice of a dizzying depth. And the villagers, thus cut off from the outer world, how do they live ? They are plump and well-to-do ; they marry and give in marriage ; they have their little chapel, where the s...

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Brisbane Markets. B. D. MOREHEAD AND CO.'s REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 26 May 1894

Brisbane Markets. B. D. MOREITEAD AND CO.'s REPORT. Fat Cattle. — 512 yarded. Prices very low and market dull throughout. W e sold — For Captain Hope, Kilcoy, 58 bullocks from £3 to £4 15s ; D. D. and W. L. Co., (L't'd), 75 bullocks from £3 5s to £3 15s ; Messrs. Waters Bros., 42 bullocks from £2 17s 6d to £3 2s Gd ; owner, from Beabah, 21 (shelly) cows from 253 to 27s Gd. We also offered 59 bul locks for C. A. Bruxner, Tellewan, selling 3 lame ones at £3 each, withdrawing the remainder. Fat Sheep. — 34GS penned, which met the worst market for years, sales being difficult to effect at any price; about 300 passed. We sold: For Jon daryau Estate Co., (L't'd), 27S to 6s 9d ; Harry Brookes, 512 wethers to 5s 3d ; in conjunction with Gregory and Seholefield, 334 crossbred ewes at 53 3d to 8s 3d. Lambs. — We sold: For D. Marshall, Yangan, 35 extra prims from Ss 6d to lis 3d. Hides. — There was a decided fall in prices for all I descriptions at Wednesday's sales Sold 617. 361bs to 461bs, 1...

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Facial Characteristics. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 26 May 1894

Facial Characteristics. Dr. Louis Robinson, in Blackwood? s Maga zine for April, discussing facial characteristics in members of certain trades, says : — What ia there about the process of making shoes, which envakes the unmistakeable cobbler's viBage ? The portrait of Edward the Banff naturalist, in Mr. Smiles's book, shows the type in a marked degree. As far as my own observation carrieB me, the cause muBt be looked for in the last, lapstone, and wax-end of old-fashioned cordwainery ; since men who work the machines in modern boot factories, or who do ordinary .repairing do not exhibit the expression. It appears probable that the 1 tailor's distinctive type of face may have been partially created by his habit of working his jaws concomitantly with his shears. Let any one watch a person cutting a piece of tough material with scisaorp, and he will see that the lower part of the face wags in rhythmic and spontaneous unison with the bladeB. Shepherda and farm labourers who join eheep ...

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Sydney Markets. TREBECK, SON, AND CO'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 26 May 1894

Sydney Markets. TEEDECE, SON, AND CO'S REPORT. Fat Cattle. — 2030 yarded. Markets dull. Prices for all descriptions, medium qualities bringing very poor rates. Good to best lot3 bullocks, £3 15s to £4 10s ; others, £2 10s up. Fat Sheep. — 43,000 penned. Market brisk, except at the' closing sales on Thursday, and closing firmer. Good to beBt lotR merino wethers, 7e 6d to 8s Gd and 9s ; useful and light, 5s 9d to 7s ; best ewes, 6s to 7s. Store Cattle. — Demand very active, with sales of a large number of handy Southern Queensland lines. Good '0 branding bullocks on Queensland border, 40s to 42s Gd. Store Sheep. — Wethers are dearer, without much business .- 5s to 5s Gd and 6s. Good ewes are also asked for, but are scarce. Stations. — Enquiries are chiefly for Central Division properties, but investors are cautious pending the extension of the leases being decided. We continue to have a number of enquiries to rent fattening estates. Wool. — There was a little more stir at last auc tio...

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Saved by a Dream. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 26 May 1894

Saved by a Dream. In hiB ' Eecollections of Military Services' Sergeant Morris sayB that one night, when he waB completely worn out with long-continued and arduous labours, he was placed as sen tinel on a poBt of considerable importance. He knew that the safety or cne town migns depend on his vigilance, and that disgrace and death awaited him if he were found asleep at his post; but excessive weariness seemed to blunt all moral sense of obligation. He continues : — I resisted the temptation for a while, and then, feeling that I must sleep if I died for it, I deliberately lay down on the ground, rested my firelock by my side, and with a stone for a pillow, fell aBleep. Time passed quickly, and now what haB seemed to me an intervention of Providence occurred. I was awaked by a terrible dream. An immense lion, I fancied, was about to spring upon me. In the utmost terror I started to my feet, instinctively grasping my firelock. Footsteps were approaching. I pulled myself together and ha...

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Just Where he Was. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 26 May 1894

Just Where lie Was. Russian discipline is strict. Some years ago, says the Argonaut, the Russian ambassador at Constan tinople was entertaining a distinguished company. After dinner he began to boast about tbe exa'jt obedience which was exacted in the Russian army. Then, by way of establishing the claims he had made, he declared that he could send his servant, Ivan, an old campaigner, out on an errand, and could trust him so implicitly as to tell within a few seconds when he wuld return. Some of the guests looked incredulous, and Ivan was summoned. His master said to him — ' I wnnt you to go to the tobacconist by the bridge and get me a box of cigars. Here is the money.' The man disappeared, and tho ambassador turned to hi3 guests with bis watch in his hand. ' Now, gentlemen,' he said, ' he leaves the house. Now,' after a pause, ' he is at the end of the Etreet ; now he crosses the road ; now lie is be ing served; now he is returning.' Then another pause, and he replaced his watch. ...

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It Made Him Faint. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 26 May 1894

It Made Him Paint. ' Madam,' he said, rising deferentially, as the landlady entered the parlour, ' I have a matter of considerable importance to lay be fore you very briefly.' ' Book agent ? ' Bhe inquired. ' I do not even read books, much lesB sell them, he replied with dignity. ' I have culled to explain to you one of the most im portant inventions of the age.' ' Mebbe you're sellin' soap — some new kind tbat costs less and lasts longer. We ain't buyin' soap to-day.' ' You are wrong,' protested the visitor as soon as be was able to get in a word. ' Per mit me to ask you a question. 'Do you use much poultry ? ' ' Mnch poultry ! ' almost screamed, the landlady. 'With nine boarders that's Bwore off all meat except poultry for Lent, and, all the rest hungry enough to swoller bone but tons, reckon I do use poultry. 'I'm nearly crazy with the chicken bill.' 'That's it; that's it,' said the visitor, rub bing his hands with satisfaction. 'Same story everywhere, modarne, and just to save y...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 26 May 1894

DEATH. ?BURKE.— Died, at Dagworth, 5th May, 1804. Catherine, tho beloved wife of Edmund Burke ; aged, 80 years. B.l.P. Our hearts are sad and weary, The tears drop from our eyes. Thinking of our darling mother In the cold grave where she lieB. She is gone, but not forgotten, Nor the good advice Bho gave. Sweetest thoughts shall ever linger Round the spot where she is laid. Inserted by her loving family. 1544 'BUSH.— May 13th, 1804, at her residence, Melbourne-street, East Maitiand, Sarah, the beloved wife of Fredk. Bash ; aged 32. BleiBcd are the dead which die In the Lord. 1630 JONES.— At ITernside, Rylslone, on May 23rd, from consump tion, Isabella Jane, dearly beloved and eldest daughter of Mr. £-. M. Jones, of Walgett. Though lost to sight to memory dear. Inserted by her loving parents: 1684 ?SELBY.— On the 0th March, 1804, at 130 Stockwell Park Road, London. S.W., Agnes, the dearly loved wife of William Alexander Selby, late ot West Maitiand, N. S. W., aged 77 years. 0952 IN ME...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 26 May 1894

Rosebud Creamery Butter. It Stands First. Quality Excellent ? ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION. To-day, Saturday, May 20. Mr. J. N. Budnkeh, on the ground, at half-past two, 8 splen didly situated building allotments, in Kcgont-atrcet, West Maitiand, eaoli with 50 feet frontage to that street. — On the racecourse, Newcastle, the racehorse Baldwin, by Beau cliamp (imp.), dam bv Tester (imp). Mr. E. W. Bpaiike, at lianion'e Hotel, Haymond Terrace, at three, 48 acres ot o.p. land, situate ot Nine Slile Creek, Stroud, on which is erected comlortable 5-roomed cottage ; fenced and cleared, portion planted with fruit trees. 'Mr, W. B. Tipper, at the residence ol Miss Siattery, Branxton. at two, household furniture, kitchen utensils, etc.; also 1 . harness and saddle horses. Mr. W. YViirn;, at Fenelty'e yards, Allynbrook, at one, 40 young bullocks, 0 springing cows, and a lew head of mixed cattle. H. Youk and Son, at the Caledonia Hotel, George-Btreet, Singleton, at eleven, two magnificent form...

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