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FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 21 February 1894
FEBRUARY. ?OT~^ j l'HASKS Ol' THE JlOON. o £ New Moon ? Oth ... 7.50 a.m. S3 ?'' J?irBt Quarter.. 13th ... 8 48 p.m. ?g 'g Hill Moon ? 20tl\ ...12 21pm. Jj g £, -, I/»st Quarter... 27th ...10.33 p.m. g .g Q q ApOR^e, 2nd, 8 a in. Perigee, 18th, 7 a.m. « «j REMAHKAISLE EVENTS. a m p m . iThur Spurgeou died 1832 5 23 7 4 ? 9 Fri Hallway to Albury opened 1881 5 24 7 4 3 Sat Kiver Darling discovered 1829 5 25 7 3 4 Sun Qiiiubuajiteima Sunday 5 2(17 2 6 .Won Carlyie died 1881 6 27 7 1 6 Tubs Anniversary of Black Thursday 5 28 7 0 1 Wed Ath Wednesday 6 20 0 59 . 8 Thur Iflrgt printing press in England 1471 5 3005 9 Ifrl Bishop Hooper burned 1555 5 ai G 58 10 Silt (fl) Maryborough (Q) founded 1851 5 82 6 57 11 SUN 1st Sunday in Lent 5 33 0 50 I'i tton (11) Melb Public Library opened 1850 5 34 0 55 13 I'ucs (7) H. M.S. Orplvua wrecked at N.Z. 18G-2 5 35 0 54 14 WVd St. Valentine's Day 5 30 G 53 18 1 hur 10,000 nlieep burned at Stawell. Vio. 1S51 5 37 6 «2 16 I'M TaBrrmnU settled by l.t. Gov...
FORECAST ISSUED TO-DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 21 February 1894
FORECAST ISSUED TO-DAY. New South Wales .* Light to fresh winds lrom East to North, equally South from Sydney; waather fine and hor, changing to oloudy and wei- with. Southerly winds on Thursday. Tho following note from an indignant mother was recently received by a Blaster in one of tha London boiwd schools : ' I must complain about the wicked things yon teach my boy— Binfulthings. You light a candle, put a tumbler over it/ and make it go out without blowing it out.'
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 21 February 1894
LIST OF PERSONS AUTHORISED Sell the 'ftlaitland Sforoury. SI3STGHL.E COPIES CAB MJg'&YS BE PURCHASED . FEflM THE UNDERMENTIONED PERSONS!— West Maitland. MeBBts. R. BLAIR to ,SONS, Booksel'ew , Hlgh-3tteet ilr. W. a. LIPSCOVfB, Bookseller, High street Mr. EDWAED BLAIE, Bookseller, High-street Mr. THOS. DIMM00K, Printer High-street Mr. W. T. POULTON, Bookseller, High-street Mr. J. GRACE, Lonth Park Road Mr. A. D. M'DOKALD, Tobacconist, High-street ME. GKEO. BDXTON, Tobacconist, etc., High-street A.nd from BOYS IN THE STREET?1. East Maitland. Mr. DAVID LEY, Chemist And from BOYS IN THE STREETS. Buchanan. Mrs. THOS. AVISON, Storekeepei Morpeth. Mr. J. F. BUTLBE. niHlUHi MS. A. SEAELES, Saddler. Paterson. Mr. ,T. HAG- AN, Auctioneer Wallsend. . Mr. THOS. M'CRAE. Hoxhant. MISS WATSON, Postmistren. Lambton. Mr. THOS; GRIERSON, Ettar-street. . Mlnml. Mr. GEORGE HOGG. Newcastle. Mr. H. ASSER, Stationer. ' Mr. B. LANGER, News Agent. Gopeland. , Mr. EDWARD LAMBE, News AgenS. Lochlnvar....
Reminiscences of the Indian Mutiny. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 21 February 1894
Reminiscences of the Indian Mutiny, Most readers of Mr. Kipling's inimitable military studies must have longed to come across one of the old soldiers who spun for him the yarns on which he has based his inventions. Few of them, how ever, can have had any very real hope that they would ever encounter such an incarnate human document. Yet, strange as it sounds, Messrs. Macmillan have just given to the world a volume of reminiscences which brings us into personal eon tact with exactly the sort of man who must have supplied the material for Soldiers Three. Battle scenes and camp-life from the officer's point of view we have had in hundreds, but here, almost for the first time in literature, we have a soldier's book about war. Not merely, be it noted, the book of a man who has served in the ranks — of such there are plenty — but the book of a typical normal private soldier, — a man who dug his bayonet, like the rest, into his enemy's bowels, who, like his fel lows, gossiped by camp-fires...
Hunter River Farmers Produce Sales. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 21 February 1894
Hunter Eiver Farmers Produce Sales. To-day the usuri weekly sales were held in the sheds and yaras adjoining the Church-street Railway Station. Mr. Jas. H. Brunker was the salesman, and disposed of the following catalogue : Butter— inferior 4Jd to 5d, good Gd to Is, eggs Is to Is OAd, cheese 3}d, honey 23 9d to 3s small tins, bottles'GJd to 7d. large tins 2Jd per lb., cucumbers 2d to 3d. beans 3d to 7d, tomatoes 9d to 2s per case, cabbage 4d to Is per dozen, marows 6d to Is, H. squash Is to 4s, pumpkins Sd to Is 6d, grammas la to Is Gd, melons Od to Is Gd, rock ditto Is to 2a 6d, apples— small 2d to 4d, large 5d to 9d, pears 2Jd to 5id, quinces Id to 2d, peaches id to 4|d, grapes id to Id per lb; potatoes— Ruby -red 5s lOd per cwfc., Brownell's 3s 6d to is Od, early rose 5s to 5s 8d ; maize— damaged 2s 6d, good 3s 2d per bushel ;. lucerne hay 40s to 57s, oaten £2 10s to £2 15b, straw 153 to 253; fuwl3 2s to 3s Gd per pair, ducks 2s 2d to 3s, geeso 2s Gd to 3s, turkeys 5s to 12s 6d, ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 21 February 1894
ABSTRACT of SALES BY AUCTION. ' To-morrow, TncnsDAY, February 22. K Mr J N BnuNKEH.at tho Campbell's Hill yards, at eleven ^ im f Seattle- 500 fat sheep ; 120 fat and Btore pigs. TTtrrras JUn sham. & Co., at the Campbell's Hill yards, at v ? Sen 20 fat cattle ; 700 iat sheep ; 100 fat and store pigs, fo including Yorkshire boara and sows. r Mr E W. Spauke, at the Campbell's Hill yards, at eleven, ' 183 fat cattle ; 440 Iat sheep ; CO fat and store pigs. H It Farmers & Consumers Co., at Morpeth, at half-past nine farm and dairy produce.— At the Western Murkets, Newcastle, at three, farm nnd station produce. Mr. H. 0'Nek.l, at Newcastle, at three, farm produce. 3HBPPBMG. mHE NEWCASTLE and HUNTEK, RIVER ^ X STEAMSHIP CO. (Limited.)— The Company's PiiBt-class PASSENGER STEAMERS NIGHTLY J, (Sunday excepted) FROM SYDNEY at 11, and FROM NEWCASTLE at 11.30. Cargo forwarded to and from Morpeth and Sydney daily. Berths can be secured by letter, or telegram, to the Traffic Mana...
Daily Weather Report. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 21 February 1894
Daily Weather Report. The following weather nnd meteorological information wafl received at tlie West Muitluud telegraph station to-day :— Armidale — Calm, fine Aberdeen— Calm, fiue Branxton— Calm, fine Bourke— N.E., fine Boggabti— Calm, fine Barraba— Calm, cloudy , Bingera— S.E . fine Brewarrina — N.E., fine - ' CassiliE— E., fine Coolah— Calm, fine Coonaburabran — Culm, fine ' / Coonamiil — East, fine ' v ; Clarence Town— Calm, fine, dear ^ Denman— Calm, fine ? ~ ' Dungog — Calm, fine , - i . — Greta— Calm, fine Glen Innes— Calm, fine ' Gnoseduh— Calm, fine Gundy— Calm, fine Jerry's Plains— Calm, fine Morpeth— W., licht, fine Muawtllbrook— Calm, fine, clear Murrurundi— S.E . fine Moonan Brook — Calm, fine ' Merriwa — Calm, fine Millie— Enet, fine Moree— tf W., fine i , ' ,-. - Manilla— W., fine, clear MogilMoRil— N.E., fine Mungindi— South, line Newcastle— N.W.. light, hazy, littte eea Nnrrabri — North, fine ' Pilliga— Cnlm. fine ' ? , Paterson— S.W., fine Quirindi — Calm, fine. c...
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 21 February 1894
Frogs live on land the greater part of the year, and do not retire to the water till the cold nights set m, when they retreat for the winter to the bottom of stagnant pools. They arrive at full age in about five years, and ar^ supposed to live about twelve or fifteen. They are so tenacious of life that they will continue to live, and even jump about, several hours affcor their heads have been cnt off.
Sydney Markets. TREBECK, SON, AND CO.'s REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 21 February 1894
Sydney Markets. TREBECK, SON, AND 6O.'S REPORT. Fat Cattle.— 2600 yarded. The supply was too beavy, and the market ruled easier without seriouB decline on best qualities. Good to best lots bul locks £4 13s to £5 18s. Fat Sheep.— 49,000 penned. Market firm and Bteady throughout. Good to beBt lots merino wethers, Gs to 7s 9d. Store Cattle. — Dull, more rain being wanted. 3£ and 4J- year old bullocks delivered Hunter or Dubbo to 37s 6d. Store Sheep. — Acjain quiet. Good young wethers, N.W., 4i 3d to 4a Gd. Stations. — IJDchanjred. Good fattening estates to lease being about the only properties for which there ie a decided enquiry. Wool. — This has been an off week for auction sales. A fair business has been done privately, and values for suitable lines to complete shipments remain at late level?. Sheepskins. — Firm. Best dry station, 4$d to 4$ d lb i medium, 3£d to 33d lb. Kangaroo Skins. — Better ctta'ogues ; prices fairly firm ; good to best large gray 33s to 42s per doz. Hide3. — In...
GRETA. MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 21 February 1894
GRETA. MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. The usual fortnightly meeting of this Council was held on Monday evening. The Mayor (Alderman Connolly) was in the chair, and the other members present were Messrs. Rylatt, Harman, Nattrass, Southall, Waugh, A. Pryor, and B. Pryor. Minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. Correspondence was read from W. H. Foster, surveyor, that he had made a survey of the land in Anvil-3treet, and found that Mr. M. Partridge had encroached on the street to a distance of 2 feet 8 inches at B ; 4£ inches at A, as show on plan. The letter also enclosed account, £3 3s ; From Messrs. Walters and Gueet, that they are willing to undertake the annual valuation of the borough at £10 j from Messrs. Booth and Nevill, that they will undertake to carry out the valuation, and also deliver rate notices for £12 ; fiom Com monage Ranger, asking that his salary to date (Feb. 6th) be passed for payment, he having resigned the position. — The correspondence was approved, and p...
DISTRICT NEWS. PATERSON. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 21 February 1894
DISTRICT NEWS. [FROM OUR CORRESrONDBNTS.] PATERSON. Mr. J. F. Holden came forward last night as a candidate for Durham, and addressed a meeting of electors in the Paterson School of Arts. Mr. Usher Tinkler occupied the chair. Mr. Holden stated that he came before them as a freetrader, a believer in Single Tax, compensation to publicans in the Local Option question, and adopts the Labour Platform. He enlarged on these topics for the space of half-an-hour, and then gave over. He had expected the aid of Mr. W. E. Johnson that night, a warm supporter and advocate of Single Tax, and, depending on him, he was himself unprepared to speak at length on the matter. Some laugnaDie incidents occurred dviring tne address, when the smart questions of some of the electors fairly puzzled the candidate. The meeting was well attended, but otherwise unsuccessful for the candidate. Mr. W. S. Bradford, manager of our Commercial Bank, who has been away on leave of absence for several weeks to recruit his...
LATEST BANKRUPTCY. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 20. SEQUESTRATIONS ORDERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 21 February 1894
LATEST BANKRUPTCY. Tuesday, Febbtjabt 20. sequestrations obdkrs. George Anderson, of Picton, hairdresser. Mr. A. Morris, official assignee. . John Barry, of Yass, blacksmith. Mr. A. Morris, official assignee. . Frederick Bull, of Gipps-stre?t, Camngton, coal trimmer. Mr. L. T. Lloyd, official assignee. Georgeanna Virginia uoyu, v»e°«'UI5V* ? ?.' .''?. petition as baing 'professionally known as Virginia Clayton'). o£ Stewart-street, Paddington, actress. Mr. A. Morrk*. official assignee. . George Thomas Hall, of Goulburn, licened vic tualler, out of business. Mr. L. T. Lloyd, official aSHenry Gunther, of Morgan-street, Morewether (formerly of Mount Kembla), miner. Mr. A. Morris, official assignee.
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. DIRECTION BOARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 21 February 1894
LETTEES TO THE EDITOR. DIRECTION BOARDS. Sib,— If I knew the proper person to apply to, I would write personally to him and plead for thtt placin' of direction boards at the cross roads in the neighbourhood of Maitland, and especially on the Paterson side. But as I do not I wish to state through your columns that ifc would save the public a -rreat deal of disappointment and annoyance if a board showing the road to Paterson were placed at the turn-off to Maitland Vale. It has happened that friends of my own have more than once taken the wrong turn for want of a sign-board there, and have consequently been put to much delay and inconvenience. Ab far as I know, New South Wales is unique among civilised countries for having no such things as Bign-boards to her cross roads, and I respectfully commend to the proper authorities the suggestion that they should be supplied, at least in this neighbourhood.— Yours truly, J. SHA.W. Paterson, Feb. 20, 1894.
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. NEWCASTLE. ARRIVALS.—TO-DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 21 February 1894
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. NEWCASTLE. (By telegraph from our Correspondent.)' ARRIVAI/8.— To-day- Nomoi, Btearaer, from Sydney Burrumbeot, steamer, from Sydney Hauroto, nteamer, from Sydney Timaru, steamer, from Sydney . Hero, tug, from Sydney John D, Tanant, schooner, from Sydney. DEPARTUSBS— To-day. Corlnna, steam; r, for Sydney Sydney. Btcamer, for Sydney . GoBford,8teamer, lor Port Stephens .. Isabella, steamer, for Sydney Comet, barque, for Manila Bero, tng, for Sydney. SYDNEY. ARRIVALS— YE3TEHDAT. Cintra, s., 1979 tons, Captain J. Koesiter, fromBrisbnne, Uth February. DE PABTUBES-Yesterday. John D. Tallant, schooner, for Honolulu, via Newcastle. Burrumbeet, s.. for Newoastle. Oonnh, 8., tor Newoastle. Hauroto, s,, for Newcastle, liarmen.a ,for Hamburg and Singapore. WarreRO.'a., for Melbourne. Derweut, b., for Bockhampton. [By TEMsaiurnj ARRIVALS.-Tb-DAY. ' ' ? Sydney, from NewonBtle. Noumea, from Newcastle. Corinnn, from Newcastle. Firda, lrom Noumea. DEPARTURES-TO-DAY. Barrabool...
Grand Conversazione at the Town Hall. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 21 February 1894
Grand Conversazione at the Town Hall. This afternoon the Grand Conversazione Floral and Musical Festival and Sale of Work in aid of the funds of the Wesleyan Church was opened in the Town Hall by the Mayor of West Maitland, Mr. H. Crotliers. A very strong committee, of whom the Rev. J. E. Carruthers is President, Mr. Ham. Blair Treasurer, and Messrs. TV. T. Poulton, S. Bell, and W. R. Sullivan, Hon. Secretaries, have been labouring for some time in organising the show, and their efforts have been highly successful in gathering together a large collection of interest ing and unique articles, as well as a kirgo supply of more useful goods, which will be on sale in the various stalls. The large hall has been transformed into a bower of beauty. From the principals of the roof depend a large number of €ags of British and foreign nationalities, which with the dressing of the various stalls and bowers and the !oliage and handsome goods contained on them present a very bright and effective ...
THE ANARCHISTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 21 February 1894
THE ANARCHISTS. English authorities have not been hasty in dealing with anarchists. Indeed it was com plained by some journalists that the Home Secretary had been too lenient. Aa for instance when last If o member Mr. Aisquirh permitted a bodv ol Anarchists to assemble in ; Trafalgar Square to commemorate the deaths of ' the Chicago Martyrs.' Eaglund has been for bo long a time recognised aa the home of the outcasts of svery nation, that ehe cannot easily shake ofi the old habit of welcome. However, the time has come for » change. And a change has been made. The gentlemen who aim at a reconstruction of society by means of dynumite are finding that even m free Englnnd they are not having their own way. The Buglish fashion is not to make a iuhs noonr a tning, cue to no it quietly. But the Anarchists were shown that the thing was being done. The supervision of the police over them was as constant as »fc waB irritating. Detectives mingled among the habitues of the bare to which anarchis...
Gardening and Agricultural Memoranda for February. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 21 February 1894
Gardening and Agricultural Memoranda for February. Kitchen Garden : Celery must be earthed up as required, an.-l more rimy bo planted out for a succession. Continue to Bow peas, beans, beet, turnips, broccoli, 8cc, and plant out whatever may be left in the seed beds. Carefully attend to otiotmiber r.lant3, watering well in dry weather.— Flower GaKden: 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 from weedB ; remove all decayed bloom.— Orcuaud and ' ?? Faurr Garden: Attend to all fruit trees, removing all ripe fruit. Clear grape vines from all useless shoots and tendrils. Bee that all the branches are exposed to the Bun and air.— jteLD Operations : Sow Cape barley and turnips. Plant ?potatoes. Keep maize crops clean. Cut tobacco. . WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1894.