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

CAMSERtMELL. Narrow Escape.— As Mr. John Dunn, wife, two children, and Mrs. Thomas Dunn and youngest daughter, were on their way to Glennie's ? Creek platform in a buggy for the purpose of taking train I to Muswellbrook Show on Thursday morning last j an accident occurred, but fortunately no serious consequences resulted. It appears they had crossed Glennie's Creek, and when proceeding up the bank tbe horse jibbed and upset the buggy over an embankment, pitching the occupants in different directions. Considering the nature of the accident, it is a mystery some one was not injured or killed. The buggy was somewhat damaged. Accident. — A painful accident happened to a youth by the name of Ernest Bates a few days ago. It appears he was playing cricket with other :boys at the local Public School when he accidentally.fell over on his arm, thereby dislocating the elbow and breaking the bone. The father conveyed- the little sufferer to Singleton and placed him under the care of Dr. Bowman,...

Publication Title: Maitland Weekly Mercury, The
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DISTRICT NEWS. PATERSON. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 26 May 1894

DISTRICT NEWS. [Fhom Oub Correspondents.] P&TERSOW. Onr eateetned Church of England incumbent, Rev. J, Shaw, B.A., with Mrs. Shaw, returned on Wednesday to talco up tho duties of tliis parish. Ho is greatly recruited by the rosfc and changc, and will, we trust, find his health so re-established that his loving ministry may bo long spared to us. Rev. A. E. Coote, J'.A ., the clergyman who has so ably supplied Mr. Shaw's pulpit, during his absence, loft for Morpeth on Tuesday afternoon after a pleasant sojourn in our midst of six week's duration. Rev. E. Tucker, tho I.O.G.T. Grand Chaplain- visited tho Paterson Lodge on Monday evening last, and gladdened the members by his warm enthusiastic speaking. The reverend gentleman purposes giving a lecture with limelight lantern views in tho Odd fellows' Hall, Paterson, on Tuesday night next- ?which we have reason to believe will be very attrac tive and good. Our Courthouse is being repaired and thoroughly done Hp. T'JJe Gresford cour...

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The Philosopher's Mistake. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 26 May 1894

The Philosopher s Mistake ' You see some strange sights on a street car sometimes,' he remarked, closing hia paper. ' Oh, yes.' ' Great place to study human nature.' ' Yes.' ' I got my knowledge of humanitv bv studvinw type on the street cars.' ' Um 1 That so ?' ' Yes. I just pick my man out and study him ; and I generally find that I am not far off in the impression I form of him.' 'Um!' ' Nothing much in the paper this morning. Now take that man over there in the coiner. He's just as meek as Moses. You can walk all over him and lie won't say a word. Most likely he's henpecked. Got nil the spirit knocked clean out of him. Re minds one of a preacher, eh?' 'Which! Er — yes! Ob, yes!' i 'I'll bet my watch you can twist him around your finger— hello ! He gets out where I do.' The meek man walked slowly to tbe back platform followed by the student of human nature. In his rush to get out of the car, this confidential philo sopher trod on the toe of the man whom he had been studying. The ...

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Napoleon at St. Helena. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 26 May 1894

Napoleon at St. Helena. A curiouB document concerning Napoleon at St. Helena has jast made its appearance. It is a letter addressed by the Mnrqais de Monchenu to hie friend M. de Dineur, Knight of St. Louie, and postmaster at Angoulutne. Tho Marquis was in St. Helena ns commissary of the King of France, .Louis .XVJLIl., and after hnviug given a description ot the island, and complained about the dearness of pro visions there, he goes on to tell his friend of tho precautions adopted for the efficient sur veillance of the dangerous prisoner. Bona parte wiis allowed to go out alone on the plain near tho house in which he lived, but if he desired to extend hia walks beyond an officer in uniform acpom panied hira. All the persons comprising the Emperor'a suite were closely watched by the British office* a, and the servants were under tho observation of sergeants or cor- : porals. Every hour — night as well aa day — the Governor was informed of what was pass ing in the island, and the gar...

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

Interviewing. Ruth had dreams of a life of literary work while she was at college, and when Bhe waB graduated she secured a place as society reporter on a daily news paper. Her first assignment was. to write up Mrs. Moneybags, who had just settled down for the sum mor in Jaojf' villa atNowporfc. ' Ruth was admitted to the presence of tbe great lady, and with much embarrassment stated the ob ject of her call. This is what ensued : — Mrs. Moneybags (excitedly) : 'Don't dare to put my name in the newspapers. It isa shame to send re porters to private houses to pry into private affairs. I wouldn't for the world have my name even men tioned in the newspapers.' Ruth (very much embarrassed) : 'Pardon me. I did not understand. I thought — if I had known that you would object, I would not have — I — ' Mrs. Moneybags (somewhat mollified): 'Well, I suppose you reporters have to do what your editors tell you. Promise me that you won't mention my name.' Ruth (earnestly) : ' Indeed, I would not d...

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

Sweet Reminders. '* I see you have a great many pi-jtures,' I re marked to the mistress of the farm house where I had stopped to await the passing of a heavy thunder shower which had overtaken me while out driving. ' Yes ; we set great store by them chromos,' re plied my hoBteBS. ' They give a very attractive appearance to your parlour,' I said, with polite mendacity. 'Yes, I think they do,' she answered, with a little gleam of pride. ' We think they're pretty ; but we value them chiefly on account of the associ ations.' ' The associations P' '? Yes j they're all we've got to remember our son Rube by.' '* Ah, did he select the pictures ?' ' N-N-No ; not exaotly. He had to take 'em as they come. You see he was Bick with cousumption, and for about two years afore he died he used to take 'MacDuff's Sure Cure for Lung Complaints' for it. And we'd Bave the wrappers off the bottles, and when we got a dozen of tbem we'd take 'em down to the store and exchange them for one of them chromos. ...

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THE IRWINS AND THEIR HOUSE. IN SIX CHAPTERS. CHAPTER V. MRS. WINTERBURY. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 26 May 1894

The Irwiks and their House. In Six Chapters. CHAPTER V. MBS. WINTERBUEY. The reluctance which Mr. Cole felt to inform Peggy of the proposed sale of Cherrycroft; was | understood and shared by all who were acquainted with the offer he bad received. Uncle Sidney, far away in the West, had been duly informed of the bid. and asked by Mr. Cole to authorise the sale as guardian and executor of the Irwin estate. But it Beemed that Uncle Sid must be away from home. Months went by, and still he had not replied. Meantime no one liked to break the bad hews to Foggy Jessica, and Marion and Steve wished that Mr. Cole should bear the burden of so alarming a dis closure, but he said, 'Time enough when we're sure Cherrycroft ia to go.' Jessica and Marion were conscious of a real dread lest when the name Cherrycroft happened to be mentioned their faees, through some guilty look, might awake suspicion ; for they Bpent the two warmest monthp of the summer at their old home, in response to Peggy's urge...

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OUR PUZZLES. SOLUTIONS RECEIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 26 May 1894

OUR PUZZLES. SOLUTIONS BECEIVBD.l Following ace answers to puzzleB givea on May 1. Z-achariah A-bib P-eniel H-am N-aphtliali - A-bia T-ithes H-ail P-haraoh '' A-dam - , A-brahaiu 5 . N-aamah ? , E-sau A-gag H-aran. 2. M PEA STAG; E' ? M E: A S U R E ACUTE: ?CRY E 3» IlAW.. Before the law was written down with parchment or with pen-, Before the law. made citizens, the moral law made : men. j 4. Fox, glove, — fox glove. 5. Boot. An3wera are to hand from tho following. Willie Geddes, Warialda, 1, 2, 8. 4, 5 ; Aubrey Geddes, Warialda, 1, 2. 3, 4,. 5 ; Violet Mitchell, Richmond Vale, 1, 3, 4, 5. PUZMiES FOR. SOLUTION. Answers must be in hand by the afternoon of Thursday, June 7. 1. Double Acrostic. Danger. A precious stone.. A native of Africa. A collection of people. A wild animal. Soveseign of an empire. Uneven The initials name one wild animal, the finals another. 2. Beheadings. My whole is usod by sailors i behead me and I am an animal ; behead me again and I am skill. Transpose me, ...

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

, ITEMS OF INTEREST ' The coolies employed in coaling tho mail steamers at Pott Said have Btruck work. Tho strike has re sulted in rioting, in which many coolies were in jured. The British gunboats are held in readiness for any emergency. Tho action of tho Council in striking out tho oiniian in flin TClnctnral Bill relatinu to transferred electors has created universal indignation, as it will mean disfranchisement of fully four thousund persons who have changed theiv place oE residence from one electorate to another during the past three montliB. It is understood the Government will insist upon the reinstatement of tho clause ; it is impossible to say how the deadlock will end. The assertion of some members of the Council that such a large number of voters as alleged have not removed at all, and that the clause is merely a political dodga to aid the Government in securing a majority at the general election, is treated with scorn, there not being the slightest foundation for such a s...

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

Clever Expedient. A story is told of a certain French singer which shows that he possessed not only musical ability, but an admirable presence of mind. On the occasion of his first appearance at Moulins, he was not in good voice, and hia vocal efforts were greeted with hisses loud and prolonged, from the disappointed audience. Without appearing to be in the least moved bv this unpleasant reception the young artist looked calmly down at the crowd of listeners, and said ; ' Gentlemen, it is a pity to hear you whistle bo badly ; allow me to give you a lesson.' Upon that he began to whistle in a most exquisite manner the varied aira of an opera of Haliivy's which was very popular at tbe time. At this unexpected turn of affaire, first silence and then loud applause succeeded to tbe rude hiss ing, and from that time on, whether he Bang or whistled, the young artist's success was assured with tbe Bourhonese public.

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

[?] MR. C. H. HANNELL, J.P., Shipping Master, Newcastle, N. S. W., writes : CURE FOR and PREVENTION of DIABETES, BRIGHT'S DISEASE, INDIGESTION, and all disorders aris ing from Liver or Kidneys. This is to certify that I have given to my son Clarence, chemist, the original prescription obtained by me on my visit to London in 1893 from the eminent specialist Dr. Maguire, Portman Square, for the cure of Diabetes, &c., and that I have been thoroughly cured by taking the medicine. I can therefore with confidence recom mend it to any one suffering from Diabetes or those who maybe troubled. with Liver or Kidney com plaints. I have requested my son to charge a reasonable price in order that the medicine may be brought within the reach of the public generally. My son has shown me a number of testimonials from well-known citizens of Newcastle who have been cured of Indigestion and Kidney complaint since taking the medicine. (Signed) CLARENCE H. HANNELL. Newcastle, April 30th, 1894. Co...

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Newcastle Races. FIRST DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 26 May 1894

Newcastle Races. First Day. The most vivid imagination could not pourfcray more beautiful weatherthan was provided on Thurs day afternoon for the meeting of the Newcastle Jockey Club. The term 'Queen's weather' de scribes ifc in a half-hearted sense, for there was sunshine, breeze, and beauty everywhere, and the people evidently enjoyed it, for the Btrects of the city were crowded with local folk and country folk, and many of them wended their way to the old convincing ground, which looked at its best. Tho attendance was large, but not nearly so large as we have seen it in former years, when times were better and money more plenti ful. Betting, though, was rather brisk, and the Newcastle contingent of pencillers was rein forced by some Sydney men, who threw the superior attractions of Randwick on one side to be among us. The Maitland mare Dolce was made favourite' for the Plying Handicap, but the daughter of old Clio was never dangerous and ran absolutely last, whilst the rejuvenate...

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TO-DAY'S EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 26 May 1894

TO-DAY'S EVENTS. The following extra ? weights were issued last Thursday evening for to-day's racing : — ? Shorts Handicap; six furlongs. ? st. lbs. Bronda ? ? ? 9 0l .Hurrah ? ? ? 8 7 ?Baldwin ? ? 8 5 . :?! Ksmschat ? ? ? ? 7 11 ? Bretta ? - 7 - 9 ?: . Killeena ? ? :..... ;...i..:.... ?? ; 7 9 Frank ? ? 7 7 : Chance ? 7. G Strephon.. ? ? ? ? 6' 13 Scots Grey ? ? ....... .6 12 Philopenri...... i G 7 Prince of Wales ? ? ; G 7 Borough Handicap; six furlongs. - st. lbs. Hurricane ? 8 10 ?Killeena . 8 10 The Ocean ? . ? ......?? 8 0 Sir Charles ? ? ? '7 -9 Dolce... ?; -7 0 Lafeestone ? 7 ? 0 Algeria.............;......-............. :7 '0 ? You're Eight ...... i.......;;.......: G 12 Javelin ? 6 7 1 Final Handicap ; one mile. st. lbs. All Right ? -. ? 8 11 Proctor..... ? 8 '4 ? Kuiuschat.. ................ ......... ;'.. ? 7: 12 Frunk ? ? 7 G Schoolmaster ? ? ::7 4 J.B.C ? 7 3 Everistas ? ? ? ? 7 0 Scots Grey ? ? ? 7 0 Mitre ? ? 6 8 Strephon ? ? ? 6 7 They are experimenting with an elec...

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More about Coolgardie. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 26 May 1894

More about Coolgardie. Mr. George Grey, of Gresford, who frequently obliges with news letters, sends us for publication a letter received from his brother who i8 on his way to Coolgardie, in Western Australia. Mr. Frank Grey writes : — JNortnam, aiay run, ltm. Dear George, — I left Perth on the let and went to Northam, 66 miles by train. It is a barren country so far— grass trees and honeysuckle 8crub, no grass ; but tbe drought makes the country look very bare. Northam ia a small town on the Avon Eiver— river they call it/ bnt it is only a dry creek at present. There are Government wells where people get water ; they are getting low now. About 600 people aro waiting here for rain to enable them to go to the fields. Southern Cross is 170 milcBfrom here. Tbe contractor is running trains from here to there, and his contract does not expire for some time ; he will do very well. Coolgardie is 120 miles farther. It is all sand, which makes it heavy travelling. Water is very scarce. A rep...

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Mysterious Fires Explained. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 26 May 1894

Mysterious Fires Explained. Many of the mysteries of ' spontaneous combus tion' are being cleared up by the advance of science. There waa a time when the fact that a heap of coal can take fire on ita own accord, so to speak, was regarded as almost miraculous. After many Berious accidents of this kind had occured, involving not infrequently the losa of vessels at aea, an explanation waa auggested to the effect that th6 fire waa caused by the oxidation of the pyrites of iron and sulphur, which are frequently found in coal, and which are popularly called in England ' coal brasseB.' When the pyrites are exposed to moiature a rapid chemical change occurs in them accompanied by the production of heat. But it waa afterwood shown that many coals liable to spontaneous ignition when collected in immense heap3 poseesBed Buch Blight trace3 of pyritea that their presence could njt be regarded aa the cause of the ignition. A more careful study of the phenomenon, baaed upon a consideration of the ...

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

SPORTING FIXTURES. House Racing May 2G — Newcastle. May 2G— Narrabri Amateur Eacea. June 14 — Jerry's Plaina. A glazier in Paris has just bad an unpleaaant reminder of the fact that it is really dangerous for a man to go near a married woman in the absence of her spouse, He waa sent for by a lady to mend some windows in a flat nenr the Bonlevards, and was in the recess of a window busily at work when a gentleman came in, and, spying him in the recess, hiding, as it appeared, behind a curtain, took out a revolver, and, without asking any explanation,' shot u 'v j gentleman was the huaband of the lady who had Bent for tho glazier, and he seems to have been Buffering from uneasy suspicions as to his wife s conduct. Fortunately, tho glazier's wound was not fatal. He intends to bring an action for damages against his aggressor, who 'is naturally very penitent and very much ashamed of the , foolish mistake he made. ?

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Rule Britannia. VERY LATEST VERSION. TUNG—A once popular air. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 26 May 1894

Rule Britannia. VERY LATEST VERSION. (From th € Si. James's Gazette.) Tunh— A once popular nir. There'* tnlk nbout t)i« Nnvy, and they put it pretty piain. That tho buttles we won yenre ago \vu couldn t fight ; again ; They Bay we're getting iquunniieii and we never go to sea— * So p'rapa we'd better own up that we dunuo where we be. And we don't want to fight— For, by Jingo, if wo do, I We've cot the fluea and got the ahipB, I But huven't got the crew I We're going to hare a Fleet That's good for any two— But how we're going to sail It ia the question I We've merchantmen in plenty, and our Empire's pretty big We haven't yet forgot ten how to build, or launoh, or rig ; ? We'vo grand deigns— on poprr — for a Fleet thai is- to be The finest ever sceu, sir. on the bosom of the tjea. But we don't want to fight— For, by Jingo, if we do, We've got the ships and got the guns, And engines ready, too ; But haven't yet contrived To do without a orew— So how we're going to xnunage is the quest...

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Literary News, Notes, Etc. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 26 May 1894

Literary News, Notes, Etc. A correspondent of The Times, while ex amining some MSS in the French National nri'.hwes, has discovered a very curious memorandum drawn up by the notorious privateer, Paul Jones. From this it would appear thnt when Lord Selkirk's plate was seized bv hiB orders, the detachment of pirates wbo were sent to take it were instructed by thei? captain ' politely to ask for the family plate, to stay only a few minu'es, to take what was given them without' demur or a&k- infi for any more and to return immediately afterwards without prucef-dint: to any search.' According to Paul jonue, Lady Selkirk was no pleased that ahe wanted to cotno down to the beuch to auk him to atuy and diue with her. The plate was restored in 1784 Very hiudiy notices n;-pr*ir in the April journals of the life and w-irk of ProfeBsor Willium Robertson Smith, who died in his 47th year, of consumption. He was made famous by the persecution he underwent in Scftlnnd for his Advanced views...

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

mm THE HUNTING GIEL, by Mra. Kejinard, 2a, poat 2s -td I Forbid the Banns, by Frankfort Mooro, 2a, post 2s 4d The Emigrant Ship, by Clark Euaaell, 2a, poat 2s 4d .Woman and the Man, by Eobt. Buchanan, 2a, post 2a 4d .The Dictator, by Jnat n M'Carthy, 2a, post 2a 4d Neuroomia,. A New Continent, by G. M'lver, 2a, post 2a 4d -In- Exchange for a Soul, by Mary Linskell, 2a, poBt 2s 4d A Complication in Hearts, by E. Pendleton, 2s, poat 2a 4d ?A Waated Crime, by D. Chriatie Murray, 2a, p. 2a 4d The Eebel Queen, by W. Besant, 2s, post 2a 4d The Marquis of Carabas, by A. Watson, 2a, p. 2a 4d Each for Himself, by F. G-erstaker, 2a, poat 2a 4d The New Eector, by Stanley J. Weyman, 2a, p. 2s 4d Treason Felony, by J. Hill, 2a, post 2s 4d The Last Tenant, by B. L. Farjeon, 2a, poat 2b 4d The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes, by A. Conan Doyle, 2a 6d, poat 2s lOd Montezuma's Daughter, by E. Haggard, 2a 6d, poat 2a lOd Lady Patty, by Mrs. Hungerford, 2s, poat 2a 4d Allan Quatermain, by Eider Haggard, 2s...

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

SHOPPING BY POST. Anything you require, write TO U.S, giving name of article and about price yuu wish to go to, and yuu mtty Rely upon getting Fuil Value AND A CHOICE ASSQRTR9£®T TO SELECT FROM. Where no account is open, Money Order or town reference required. For list --f jrooHs we import, sei; other advts. iu this japer. J. W. KSAITL&MO. am ISW.'E, MM, ini Ki«ts WQiJES, T I THE undersigned has just received} from JL the ceutres of art in Italy and Scot land large and varied consignments of MARBLE and GRANITE MONUMENTS, HEADSTONES, TOMBS. CROSSES, ALUR -,L TABLETS, etc., specially selected by hira in person during his recant visit to Europe. Prices to 6uit all classes of pur chasers. INSCRIPTIONS CUT in Cemeteries and General Repairs Executed. | General Masonry, Hearthstones, Sills, ! StepB, Pavings, etc., executed for town or j country. . THOS. BROWNE, | HIGH-STREET, WEST MMTLftWD, I GEQnG£-!.'T«£ET, SIMSLETON. 0593 p Rest for the Wearied Soles by Trying (Registered) SIMPL...

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