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Gresford and Paterson Markets. F. G. BROOKER'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 20 January 1894

Gresford and Paterson Markets. F. G. BROOKER'S REPORT. I House and Landed Property. — Agricultural farms are inquired for either to rent or purchase, but sales are difficult to effect. I have a property on the Hunter and one near Paterson under offer, and hope a sale will be the result. Fat Cattle. — Demand very limited and low prices have to be accepted in order to do business. Springers.— I have several inquiries for choice young cows or heifers on the point of calving. I could place a number at very fair prices just now. StorB Cattle. — Demand very limited at present, and low prices ruling. I have no sale to report. Horses. — Good up-standing hackneys or stylish buggy horses are enquired for. I purpose holding a special sale of horses shortly at Gresford yards, and will be glad of particulars of any for sale in time to advertise. Fat and Store Pigs. — Demand fairly active for pigs of all description. I have buyers for any number at present. Pateraon Association. — Large 'supply f...

Publication Title: Maitland Weekly Mercury, The
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Pleasantries. A SUBJECT FOR HIM. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 20 January 1894

Pleasantries. A SUBJECT Foil ITIM. ? i 'Mr. Fre3hman,' said tho editor-in-chief, 'do you make a specialty of any particular branch of editorial writing ?' Yes, sir,' answered the new man on tho staff, eageriy, ' I have given spccinl attention and muck thought to the treatment of palaiontological ology' cal-criticism' nnd comparative philj ? y°.u surpriso me, Mr. Freshman,' re joined the editor. ' You may turn in, if you please, a half column or ao on the necessity of raising less uiuiu uuwu ooucr*. OBEDIENCE. Small Boy— Papa, will you lend me your knife t' Papa— 'Lend you my knife? It isn't a week since I bought you a new one. What have voix flone with it ? Lost it ? * ' Oh, no, I've got it yet.' ' Then why don't you use it ?' 'You said I must take care of it, and I want to take up soma tacks.' MAXNERLT. Father to little Martha, who has been naughty - 'I know a little girl who wasn't good this mornine.' Martha—' Ah !' Father— 'You know tho littlo girl, too. Can you tell me her name ...

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Children in Kashmir. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 20 January 1894

Children in Kashmir. The author of 'Where Three Empires Meet' was interested in the way in which the people of Kashmir bring up their children. The three R's are neglected as useless accomplishments, he says, while a thorough instruction is given in the three_ arts of towing, punting, and paddling. His own native crew consisted of one man, some women and several small children. One day the smallest child, a pretty little girl of three or four, had to take her little lesson. She was too small to tow, but was put on the bank to croc aiongdiULJ uujc uiutueia nuu geu tmuuBiumcu u\j stepping out barefooted on the rough track. She came to a place where the path, cut in the face of the Bteep mud cliff, was only a few inches broad for a 6hort distance, and where a false stey would mean a ducking. The little maiden got frightened, and refused to attempt the dangerous passage ; but the boat did not stop for her ; her parents laughed and left her there weeping. Seeing that no one would return ...

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The Railway Engine Depot at Singleton. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 20 January 1894

The Railway Engine Depot at Singleton. (From our Singleton correspondent.) J ?Jllie following letter trom tne icauway uommis sioners was received to-day by Mr. Poppenhagen in reply to a request that a deputation . appointed at the public meeting held on Monday 'evening last, may be permitted to interview the Commissioners respecting tho announced removal of the Engine Depot at Singleton : — Government Hallways of N. S. Wales, Secretary's Offlce, Sydney, 17th January, 1891. Sir,— Tonr letter ot the lGtli inst.. re a deputation represent ing the residents of Sinplcton and South Singleton waiting In reply, 1 am directed to say that the Kailwny Commis sioners are not aware of any such proposal as that referred to in your letter, viz., the removal of the engine depot from Single ton. and therefore there is no necesssity for a deputation to see them on the subject. It any proposal for seriously modifying the stnft at Singleton is made it will receive the most thorough investigation before...

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Mr. W. Burnett at Greta. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 20 January 1894

Mr. W. Burnett at Greta, f ( From our Qreta Correspondent.) I On Monday evening, Mr. W. Burnett, now an nounced in our columns «6 a candidate for Singleton, addressed a meeting at Greta. 'I'hu Mayor presided. Mr. Burnett said he wis before thn electors of Greta for the first time — a candidate for a seat in the coming parliament. It was a free country and any man whom God had given the ability to was quite justified in using his gifts to the best advantage, and for the good of his fellow men. Fcr many years he had been a con sistent supporter of tho present member, aud ho had every respect for Mr. Gould even now, but latterly he had begun to think that ho was not by any means on ideal member, and he had come sor ward as his opponent. Ttie policy ot tno Govern ment could be what it might (ho was neither a freetrader nor a protectionist), his first study would be the people. Was it not sad, pitiable, to see the condition of the fine body of men then before him. Men with ' horny hands'...

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The Debate on the Address-in-Reply. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 20 January 1894

The Debate on tlie Addressin Eeply- Following is the division list of the Assembly on the amendment proposed by Mr. Reid on the Ad dress-in-RepIy, censuring the Govermnrnt for pro rcuin' Parliament after its defeat in December ? Ayes' GG. — Messrs. Reid, Neild, Fegan, Tonkin, Newman, S. Smith, Haynes, Hollis, Garrard, Rae, Joanneret, Danahay, Taylor, Molesworth, Wise, Burdekin, Fuller, Campbell, Schey, Black, Allen, J. F. Cullen, Farroll, M'Credie, M'Millan, Sir Henry Parke3, Brunker, Young, Gould, G. D. Clark, Hindle, Lccs, Darnley, Jones, E. G. Brown, itfarfcin, Scobio, Joseph Abbott, Harfc, a Beckett;, Nicholson, Gardner, Lee, Carruthors, Marks, M'Court, J. D. Fitzgerald, 15. Smith, V. Parkes, Dr. Cullen, Edden, Cook, M'Gowan, Williams, Langweli, Davis, Cann, Lonsdale, Donald, Cotton, Kirkpatrick, Holborow, Dale, Bavister, Houghton, and Morton, Noes, G7.— Sir George Dibbs, Messrs. Barton, Garvan, Slattery, Waddell, Suttor, Lyne, A. Hutchison, Dowell, Rose, Copeland, Traill, Chapt...

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PARLIAMENT OF NEW SOUTH WALES. Wednesday, January 17, 1894. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 20 January 1894

PARLIAMENT OP NEW SOUTH WALES. {Herald.) Wednesday, January 17, 1894. in tne Assembly, after tho routine business had been dealt with, came the reading of the Governor's Speiicli by the Speaker, and the appointment of a committee to prepare the Address in Reply. On tho return of the committee, the Clerk of the House read the result of their labours, — tho Address in Reply, a printed document of half-a-dozen lines, expressing, in customary phrase, loyalty and attach ment to her Majesty's person and Government, and thanks for tho Governor's Speech. To Sir W. P. Manning fell the tusk of moving the adoption of the Address. In doing so he did not speak long._ The subject was not inspiring, and the lion, member contented himself with a fovr running comments on the measures mentioned in tho Vice-regal speech. Mr. Morgan, who seconded the adoption of tho Address in Reply was brief and to the point When Mr. Morgan concluded his speech, tha leader of tho Opposition rose amidst the cheers of h...

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The Terror of Compositors. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 20 January 1894

The Terror of Compositors. Talking of the handwriting of men of genius and famous authors, many celebrities have written vile hands, and thero are notable men to-day whose caligraphy is almost illegible. That Bame Joaquin Miller, whose ' Songs of the Sunland' made a text recently for cigarette paper, scrawls in the most haphazard kind of fashion. I have before me a bit of his manuscript, and it is in a sort of sense un canny to think that this ill-formed, rambling. knock-kuead kind of scribble is really poetry ; see it in type you can hardly believe that the well turned rhyme and the happy thought have been diBguised in that blotted, scrubby patch of some thing that looks like writing. Carlyle's manuscript was cramped and crabby. ' What, have you got that man here ?' exclaimed a Scotch compositor, who had obtained a situation in London and found his first ' take' of ' copy' was a page of Carlyle. 'Why I just fled from Scotland to get away from him. Francis Jeffrey wrote a miserable ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 20 January 1894

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Workmen's Colonies. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 20 January 1894

Workmen's Colonies. Referring to the institutions in Germany known as workmen's colonies, Mr. Drage, in his report on tho German Labour Question, says that thoy owe their establishment to the efforts made by Pastor von Bodelschwingh, between 1870 and 1880, to arouse general interest in favour of some provision for workmen out of employment. In 1882 the first colony, that of Wilhelmsdorf, near Bielefeld, was founded, and the number quickly grew until by tho pnrl (if 1SflS- it. i»fld r.1, n/I « cnffat-o/l about in dilleient parts of the German Empire. These colonies are supported by private benevolence; they are governed on certain general principles agreed upon by the directors, and the history of one is to a great extent the history of all. Able bodied working men who are out of employment find admission without distinction of creed, nor are discharged prisoners refused, since the aim of the founders of the colonies is the reclamation of the inmates and the revival in them of tho sp...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 20 January 1894

Parliament assembled this week under a proclamation convening it for despatch bf Irasinees. it was opc-nad by commission on Wednesday, tha 0-overD raeufc for reaoom . that have not been declared preferring to es chew the pomp and circumstance of a vice regal opening. At the time of writing wn are not able to say what is to happsn, bat; that any business will be despatched aeem» doubtful iu the extreme. Lat us recall the incidents of the paBt two months. Exception was fcikeu at the end of Novpmber to tbfi acceptance by the late Attorney- General and the late Minister cf Justice of briefs from n plaintiff in an action claiming n. large turn of money from the Railway Commissioners The Government would allow no facilities for diBCiianion of the question involved, and con sequently it was debated on a motion for ad journment propoaud by Mr. C. A. L.-e, member for Tenterfield. On division tho Government was defeated by a ma jority of twenty-one voteB. That was on December 7 ; next day, Mi...

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 20 January 1894

L'OCAL NEWS. | Mobkcih Borough Council.— It may be re aaombered that before the flood in March laBt had subsided the Morpeth ;Borough Council met on a Sunday to deviso tho beat means of affording relief placing the necessary powers for immediate relief, in the hands of tho Mayor, and forecasting their work so as to utilise their funds for the advantage ?of the most needy till other worlc should come for ward. The Finance Committee gave thoir es timate of probable revenue, and the Improve ment ^uinmucee arranged tneir won*. uuuuiuwKiy, ' but in consequence of the somewhat limited funds for such a purpose, it was found necessary to employ only married men who had families dependent on them, for a long time, the work being spread amongst nearly fifty men. Of course the stoppage of the banks interfered somewhat with tho arrangements, though not for long, aud tho funds and necessary ?works came to a finish just as the wool began to arrive, and a little revival- in farming operations took...

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Paterson School of Arts. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 20 January 1894

Paterson School of Arts. ANNUAL MEETING. (From our Correspondent.) Tho annual meeting of members of the Paterson School of Arts was held in tho hall of tho institu tion on Wednesday evening last. There was a small attendance. Tho President (Mr. John Tucker) occupied the chnir, and announced tho purposo for which the members were asked to assemble. He was sorry thit more persons did not como forward to show their interest in the School of Arts. The minutes of the last annual meeting and two special general meetings were read and confirmed, on the motion of Mr. John Keppie., seconded by Mr. Wm. Tucker. The Secretary read tlie following report for the year ending 31st December, 1893 : — To the Members Your Committee, now their term of office having expired, have very jiiucli pleasure in placing before you an account of their stewardship for the year just ended, and trust that it will meet with the approval of all members. Members.— Tlie number of members now on the roil is 41, being a ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 20 January 1894

GREAT NORTHERN HARDWARE CO. WILMS aal MIL MISGffiS, U d EEKM MSMH1, Ilig-li-street, WEST MAITLAND, , I®asl£i«s5 Arca.de, next Croyle's Hotel. MANAGES, W. S. HARRISON (LATE|OF W. S. HARRISON & CO.) ©7*}' WITH WHICH FIRM IIE HAS NOW WO CONNECTION Importers of Every Description of Furnishing am! General Eronmongery, Glass and Crockcry waro. Since the Erection of our Large Show Room we have Added Every .jCcoription of SADDLERY and SADDLERS' iROMsSOWGERV Also, an ELECTRO SILVER, NICKEL, and COPPER PLATING WORKSHOP. Competent Workmen Employed. LAWN TENNIS, CRICKETING, FOOTBALL, and GENERAL SPORTING MATERIALS Large Stock. ? ? o— — Special Reductions for Xmas. and New Fear Goods. $5g° We herewith enumerate a few which may act as a guide to our General Prices, etc. : Cup3 and Saucere, from 2s Gd per doz. ; Plates, 2s doz. ; Tumblers, Is dozen ; Wine Glasses, Is 6d doz. ; Decanters, Is each ; Fancy Glass Water Jugs, reduced from Is each to Cd each ; Dinner Sots (complete) 20s and upwa...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 20 January 1894

DEATHS. HEAD.— Died, on 5th January, 1891, at her residence, Wcnt vorth Jior.ti , Iiurwood, Sydney, Elizabeth, the beloved wife of C. W. Head, in her 49tli year. Two long yeara elie bore with pain To seek lor rest ; but all in vain. And till the Saviour thought tt best To end her Bufferings and give her rc6t. Inserted by her loving sister, Mrs. W. Dent, baker and store keeper. Stroud. 'I38 If AP1EK.— On December Stli, at Brompton Square, London, Mrs. \V. D. Nnpier, mother of Mr. it. 11. Napier, of West Maitland. 188 O'HEAHN — Died at her parents' residence, Currency lass Hotel, We6t Maitland, on the 16th January. 1884, Mary, the beloved daughter ot John and Suaan O'Hearn, oged ne year and nine monjh?. O'HEARN.— Died at her pnrents'resldence. High-street, }Vcat Maitland, on the 15th January, Mary, dearly beloyed and only daughter of John and Susnn O Hearn, aged one year and nine months. .... Dearest Mainnie you have left us, Your dear face we will see no more, Tou have leit this worl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 20 January 1894

ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION. Monday, Jan. 22. BIr. J. N. Bhunker, nt the Campbell's nm ynrds, at eleven, 900 fnt cattle ? 200 fat sheep ; 120 fat and store piga. HirGEts Maks'iiaXiL, & Co., at tho Municipal Snleyards, Campbell's Hill, at eleven, 114 fat cuttle ; 200 fat Blieep ; CO Mr k! Si'akkk, at the Campbell's Hill yards, at eleven, ' 281 fat cattle ; 25 vcalera ; 320 fot sheep ; CO fut and store Mr.$?i5NniGiiT, at the Municipal aaleyards, Campbell s Hill, at eleven, Horses, cows, pigs, etc. Johnston*. Bull, and Co., at Russell a Royal Hotel, lam worth, at three, magnificent grazing larm of 67- acTea, near Somerton, 30 miles lrom Taraworth, with improve ments, brick house, &c, Wcsleyan Clitircli, West Maiiland SUNDAY, JANUARY 21. 11 a.m : Rev. Dr. SELLORS. 7.30 p.m. : Rev. H. 'WILES. COLLECTIONS for Home Missions. ANNUAL PUBLIC MEETING on 'Wednesday Even ing, to be addressed by Revs. Dr. Sellors, H. 'Wiles, and local Ministers. ' Homeville P. HI. Church. Sabbath...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 20 January 1894

3STEW GUFTS. j We are Receiving by Every Mail all the Latest Novelties in i Gold SIlw©s® iW e,ssrelJLex*y9 Bipi'isisl®- Silw©K® C3r-a--o»ciL&5- I All ggxiitatole ioi* Presents, Useful and Ornamental. | These goods are first qxiality. Imported Direct, and tlxe prices will he iound the very lowest | ^ consistent with their lasting qtiality. 1 CASHMORS?@ GUNS? Meuf^ld J^iSBiM.O®o I DIRECT FROM THE FACTORY. MAKER TO THE IMPERIAL'- COURT OF GERMANY. | 'We have just added to Stock a COMPLETE ASSORTMENT of these Celebrated GUNS, | in all Grades, specially made to the order of Mr. Cashmore, who is now in the colony studying Contain all Latest Improvements. g Colonial requirements. Parliciaras o^ainiUcaUon^^ PKICES. WHOLESALE PRICES FOR CASH, OP LIBERAL TIME-PAYR3EWT. I @- W m I Jeweller st/o-cl West 3MIsa,i t3lea,:o.elJ nmn_n;Ig!!fTrMmaagWq3W^S3^aj.;t^^ liinr -T.ATTi R. HYHBES), CAB I NE THA KERS, UPHOXiSTEHBItS, AND UNDBHTAKER® . A LARGE STOCKof FURNITURE, BEDDING PIANOS, HARMONIUM...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 20 January 1894

?jcr PENMSCLAR 6 ORIENTAL I S. N. COMPANY. The royal mail steamships of tho above Company will bo despatched from _ Circular Quay (Mucqnarie Point) and from Mel- fr botirno and Adelaide on the following dates at NOON FOR LONDON 1 (Touching at the usual intermediate ports on route) 2 7 leave 7ZTT Leave' Steamer. g Cnmrnarsfior. Sydney Ade- £ Noon. . . elb rQl laide. 3 Vnletla ? 4919 K. I'\ Brlacoe... Jan. 22 Jan. 27 Jan. 31 Himalaya ? 0898 K. G. Murray.. Fob. S Feb. 10 Feb. 14 Parrnraatta... 4771 1'. Harris ? Fob. 19 Feb. 24 Feb. 28 Britannia ? G257 0. F. 1'reston Mnr. 5 Mar. 10 Mar. 1-4 '* Mflseilia ? 4918 C. Fraaer ? Mar. 19 Mar. 24 Mar. 28 Australia ? 70001. Ueoves ? April 2 April 7 April U Ballaarat ? 4748 T. S. Angus ... April 1G April 21 April 25 Victoria ? 6208 A \V Adainson April 30 May 0 May 9 ? ? ? ? ; 5 And thenceforward every alternato weak. BATES OF PASSAGE MONEY TO LONDON : e First Saloon, £G0 to £70. Second Saloon, £35, £37, XdO. RETURN TICKETS, JCG5 to £115. ' ' TO IN...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 20 January 1894

DR. PENTLAHD HAS KESUIEO PRACTICE, AND CAW BE CONSTOTED AT I-IIS HOUSE, AS USUAL, 014 PAmESSJEMSm. fflJMERAL ARTIFICIAL TEETH, ?Without Springs, Wibes, or Fastenings. €. ZTOB, : D.D.S., R.D.S., SURGEON DENTIST, HIGH-STREET, ' WEST MAITLAHB, Haying had several years' prac tical EXPERIENCE in the profession as a SURGICAL and MECHANICAL DENTIST, begs respectfully to inform the inhabitants of WEST MAITLAND and District that he has recently perfected an entirely New System of Fixing Artificial Teeth, without the use of springs, wires, or other unsightly fastenings. The resemblance to the human teeth is perfect, and the principle of adapting them to the mouth entirely dispenses with the necessity of undergoing any painful operation, neither teeth or stumps being extracted, or any pain whatever given. The most perfect sol/ adhesion* is obtained combined with a natural elasticity hitherto unattainable. Specimens may be seen on application, and every ? information afforded, itbbe or charge. ...

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MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 20 January 1894

MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS- I The Brisbane Municipal Council has disposed of the whole of tho ^£75,000 worth of debentures Applications were received for considerably over, that amount. Mr. G. J. Holyoako, the author of ' Sixty Years ' of an Agitator's Life,' writing to a friend in Sydney, 3rd December, says : — ' Some political events hero will show you that the Liberal party display a splendid unity, and that this Government has done more for the people in thoir short term of office than any Government we ' ever had before in thoir entire career.' Mr. Holyoake is well-known as one of the most advanced Liberals of the last half-century. In the case of tho death of Robert Halliday, which occurred at Nymagee two hours after col lapsing at the local police court, where he was charged with maliciously wounding, the jury re turned a verdict that deceased died from an over dose of chlorodyne and laudanum takeu to induco sleep. In connection with tho alleged heavy frauds on a Sydney firm, Fredk....

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