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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 22 February 1894
THE GREATEST OF ALL THE LIFE COMPANIES. The Mutual Life Sosyrance Co. of New York. RflCH&K® A. EKcCdJeOY, Ps-esitSonl. TOTAL ASSETS EXCEED £37,000,000. Purely Mutual ; aU claims settled on the spot immediately upon receipt of satisfactory proofs of death and title. PAID ON ACCOUNT OF POLICY-HOLDERS, £67,452,440. Fifty years' experience has taught the management of Tub Mutual Life op New York the forms of insurance best adapted to popular requirement. Among these aro the Cncocno Life Policy Life Option Endowment, Si* Par Cent. Gonsx-5,'and the Policies issued in honour of the Jnbilee Year, namely, The Five Per Cant. Debenture, and TSeo Continuous Instalment Policy. Z. C. REM9IE, GtsneraB Manager for &us2raSia. ? o ? For information regarding the Company and the different forms of Insurance, apply to ALEX. RSAC KNIGHT, Manager for New South Wales, 131 Pitt-street, Sydney; or to ma. EDWARD BLflJR, Agent for Maitland. ?»-? 2?
METEOROLOGICAL REPORT, WEST MAITLAND. READING, 9 A.M., 22ND FEBRUARY, 1894. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 22 February 1894
METEOROLOGICAL REPORT, WEST SIAITLAND* ; Reading, 9 a.m., 22nd B^ebbuakv. 1894. Thermometer— Maximum, 83; minimum, 55. Rainfall— Nil. Becaarka— Calm, fine, olear.
Daily Weather Report. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 22 February 1894
Baily Weather Keport. The fallowing weather and meteorological Information waa received to-day at the West Maitland telegraph station:— Armidale — E.. fine, dear Aberdeen— Calm, tine Uranxton — Calm, fine Bourke— S.W., oloudy Bojfgabri— North, fine Barraba— N.W., strong, fine Bingara— N. W., oloudy ; river low Brewarrlna— North, fine Casaills — ?»ortli. line Coolali— N.W., fine Coonabarabran — N.W., fine Coonamble— Calm, fine Clarence Town— Calm, fine Denman— Calm, fine ;- ? r Dungog— Calm, fine - ' . Greta— Calm, fine Glen innes— Calm, fine, olear i- Goodooga — East, fine trunnedah— Calm, fine Gundy— N.E., fine ' 1 Jerry'n Plains— Calm, One ' ic Merriwa— Calm, fine - ??? Muswellbrook— E , fine ' Murrurundi — N., fine Moonan Brook— Calm, fine Morpeth— S , light, flue Millie-N., fine Moret! — N.E., cloudy Manilla— N.( clear, fine, rive? low Mogil Mofill-N.E.. fine .. . t Blungindl— N.W.. line Newcastle— S.S.W., strong, hazy, sea light Narrabri— N.,lme PilliRa— Calm, fine ; Paterfion—...
Gardening and Agricultural Memoranda for February. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 22 February 1894
Gardening and Agricultural Memoranda for February. Kitchen Gardes : Celery must be earthed up as required, end more may be planted out for a succession. Continue to sow peas, be'aus, beet, turnip3, broccoli, &c, and plant cut wuatever may be left in the seed beds. Carefully attend to onoatnber plants, ?watering well in dry weather. — Flower Gaudbn: Thin out dahlia buds. Plant out perennial and blennitil dowering plants, such as stocks, sweet-williams, &c, in oloudy days, and give them water. Keep all beds and borders Iree irom weeds ; remove all decayed bloom. — Orchard and JSpuvi Garden : Atteud to all fruit trees, removing all ripe fruit. Clear grape vines from all useless shoots and tendrils. Bee that all the branclicB are exposed to the sun and air.— jP'ield Operations: Sow Cape barley and turnips. Plant potatoes. Keep maize crops clean. Cut tobacco. THUESDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1894. ?
THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 22 February 1894
THE DAY. February 22.— Saints Thalasiua and Limneus, fifth century. St. Baradat, fllth century. St. Margaret, of Cortona, 1297. Horn.— Dr. Richard Price. etat'»t, 1723, 7t/nton; Gi-orpre 'Washington, firat President of tl\» United Statea.173). IlrMrie's Creek, Virginia; Charles Duke of Richmond. 1735; Rev. Gilbert Wakeiield, classical scholar, 175G. Nottinnham. Died. David the Stcond. of Scotland, 1871, Edinburgh Castle ; Frederick the First, of Tueciiny, 1C09 ; Frederick Ruysch, anntou-.ist, lfiSU. 'Jh- I(a-iu& \ James Barry, painter, 180B, Marulebnm; Smithson Tennant. chemist, ISIS. JloiU?(/nc ; Dr. Adam Ferguson, historian. 1R10, St. Andrews ; Rev Sydney Smith, wit and litterateur, 181,1. St. Oe'irpc's, Hanover. Square. ihunt —French descent on Wulei 17!-7,— the last invusion ot an enemy on the shores of Great Britain.
Theosophy. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 22 February 1894
Theosophy. We have been for some time in search of a defi- | nition of Theosophy which really defined it I Following, from the little treatise Do you know U ? E is a statement of the theosophic doctrine at once ( fuller and more concise than any we have previously I come across : — I Theosophy is a system of theoretical and practical j metaphysics, seasoned with spiritualism and based, j in its etsential principles, upon the most ancient I Indian and Grecian philosophies, notably that of I pythagoras who taught the soul possessed a distinct j existence and passed from one body to another. The Theosophical creed, s*ys its most able expo nent — Mrs. Besant— -' consists of three affirmations. First, the universe is fundamentally spiritual and matter is only an expression of Bpirit. Second, law reigns everywhere, in morals as much as in physical nature. That is, every act and eveiy thought pro duces its inevitable result, against which no prayer and no vicarious atonement is of the leaa...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 22 February 1894
OFFICIAL LETTERS. At the requeafc of Mr. R. Stevenson, M.P;yWe J print the following :— Public Works Department, | cr wi.i. „ Sydney, February 15, 18M» bir,— With reference to the petition presented bv you from residents of Ourimbah re-urging repairs to the road from the Maitland Road to the ^Govern- ment Reserve at the head of Ourimbah Croek, I am directed to inform you that the Secretary for Pabhc Works has approved of the sum of £400 being granted for the purpose, and instructions will be given to have the necessary works put in hand with as little delay as possible.— I have, etc., J. Barling, Under Secretary.
LATEST BANKRUPTCY. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 21. VOLUNTARY SEQUESTRATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 22 February 1894
LATEST BANKRUPTCY. Wednbsdat, February 21. voluntary bbojobstrations.. John Sing Larner, of Lindendale, near Lismore* ' H teacher. Mr. L. T. Lloyd, official assignee. ? Philip John 'Whelan, of 51 Windsor-street, Pad- ; ? dington, dispensing chemist. Mr. A. Morris, official ? assignee. . B ' Thomas Ezart, of 117 Redfern-street, Red£e*n» I glass- bottle maker, formerly of Camperdown. Mr» ? li. T. Lloyd, official assignee. ? Robert Reid, of South Forbes, labourer. Mr. A. .1 Morris, official assignee. B George Tindall, of Round Swamp. Mr.L..T» -.1 Lloyd, official assignee. I
MELBOURNE. Wednesday evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 22 February 1894
MELBOURNE. Wednesday evening. Mr. J. S. Horsefall has resigned and closed his connection with the New Zealand Land and Mineral Association (Limited), and with the New Zealand Land Association (Limited), and has, with the unanimous approval of the directors and share holders of Goldsbrough, Mort, and Co. (Limited),, returned to that Company in which he was formerly a director. This ensures a large addition to the business of Goldsbrough, Mort, and Co. (Limited), and has given much satisfaction in pastoral and commercial circles. Thursday. Edward Kane, a solicitor, was charged betore Justice Williams with unprofessional conduct. He is alleged to have withheld about JS100 from a former clieat, Miss Mary Wallbourne, paid him as her solicitor in respect to an action for damages against the Tramway and Omnibus Company. His Honor suspended Kane from practice until further notice, and intimated the term of suspension would be shortened if he made restitution to his client. John Robb, of Col...
A Clever Dog. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 22 February 1894
A Clever Dog. A correspondent of an exchange says v — Watch I was a very sagacious dog. I taught him ta I sneeze after two or three lessons, but one bitter [ cold night he refused to. I punished him by tell- j ing him to sleep on the floor instead of the lounge, I his usual resting place. About midnight I was I awakened by hearing something moving across tho j floor. Glancing out of one eye I discovered Mr Watch with his no3S under the round of a chair, pnshiBC it across the floor: everv minute he wnnid glance at the bed and listen; thinking me fast asleep ha got the chair under my overcoat, got into the chair, shooK the coat off a hook, sat on part of ' I it, pulled the rest over him^ and lay down to pleasant dreams. Once when coming home from Bratfsle borough late at night, I thought I would see what he would do in an emergency. I accordingly stopped the horses and kept perfectly still for half a minute. Watch, who was under the pole between the horses, came out to the side of the...
BLACKVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 22 February 1894
BLACKVILLE. The weather is extremely dry alsout here, and rain is much needed, us grass and water is going off fast throagh the strong S.E. winds that have been blowing for the past week or so. About 3 inches of rain would be very acceptable at the present time. Yesterday and this afternoon the thermometer was up to us- degrees in tne shade. JLast night was a close one and should this weather continue for a few days we mi;?ht get a change for the better as it may bring forth rain. The measles have been very prevalent here of late. Nearly the whole of Mr. Pengilley's family have been down with them but are now recovering.
DISTRICT TELEGRAMS. NEWCASTLE. Thursday. THE GOVERNOR'S VISIT. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 22 February 1894
DISTRICT TELEGRAMS. [Frost our Correspondents.] NEWCASTLE. Thuisday. THE GOVBRNOE's VISIT. Last evening a meeting of the citizens' sub committee appointed to receive his Excellency the Governor and Lady Duff on their visit to Newcastle on March 15th took place in the Council Chambers, the Mayor (Alderman A. Asher) presiding. Alder men W. T. Gibb, L. Grant, and W. B. Sharp, with Mr. H. H. Lang, were appointed to draw up an addresB to his Excellency. The following pro gramme was caen agreed to : — At 10 a.m., presen tation of public and other addresses; 10.30, levee at tha Great Northern Hotel; 11 to 12:30 -p.m., trip round the harbour, including a visit to the hydraulic works ; 1 p.m., luncheon ; 3 p.m , opening the Free Methodists' Industrial Exhibition j four o'clock, visit to a colliery — probably the A. A. Co/s Sea pit; 7.30, opening the Superior Public School concert; 8.15, banquet in the Lyceum Hall for ladies and gentle-. men. This programme is to be submitted to .his Excellen...
SYDNEY WOOL MARKET. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 22 February 1894
SYDNEY WOOL. MARKET. Tharsdav. Messrs. Groldsbrough, Mort &. Co. report :— At our usual: fortnightly sale held ye=terday we offered 87d- bales of wool to a. full attendance of buyers. The 6olection however was a. poor one, only low mudiuui aud inferior descriptions being included. This was particularly this case in the greasy section, burry, tender, and dust-stained wools preponder ating. In scoured the hulk consisted of oddment3, but for nil descriptions, quality considered, full values were secured. The market well maintained its accubtovnary buoyancy, and prices in*y be quoted as unaltered. One line of good medium iNew England greasy brought 7d, and fair scoured was withdrawn at 13Jd, scoured pieces sold to ll$d, bellies to OJd, and locks to 8Jd. At auction and privately 895 bales were disposed of.
LATE MARKET NEWS. SYDNEY. [FROM THE PRESS TELEGRAPH ASSOCIATION.] Thursday afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 22 February 1894
LATE MARKET NEWS. SYDNEY. [Feom the Pbess Tel3sraph Association.] Thursdav afternoon. Flour: New South Wales old roller at £8 5s to £8 103, Victorian stone .£7 10s to £7 15s, new roller. £7 15s to £S. Wheat, nominally 2s lid ; chick wheat, 2s 9d to Sa lOd ; bran, 7d j maiae, prime old River 2a lid, Clarence River 2s to 2s 6d; pollard, 8.}d; oats, 2s 7d, fair feed 2a 5d to 2s. 6d; chaff, Victorian prime £3 5b to £Z 7s 6d, other sorts from £3; local prime £3 10s j barley, 3s to 3s 3d. Lucerne : Hunter River £3 10s, railway choice X3:to J33 7s 6d ; bay, £3 5s to ^3 IOj ; onions, .£5 10s. Hunter River potatoes not quoted'. Straw meets with fair enquiry ; local bundles £2, derrick pressed £2. Butter, fair demand; creamery and best brands of factory 8Jd, factory 7d to 8d, dairy Gd to W, pastry 4d to5d. Bacon, hand cured 6d to G.Jd, machine-cured 5d to 5$-3, middles 7d to 8d; hams, colonial Od to 10c'.', machine cured 5d to 7d ; beeswax, dark 8Jd, good bright lOd, choice to lGJd ; honey, 3...
Erosion of the Mississippi River Banks. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 23 February 1894
Erosion of the Mississippi Biver Banks. In an interesting paper recently read before tbe American Society of Civil Eoginears, Mr. J. A. Ockerson, M. Am. Soc. C. E., compares the recent accurate surreys of the Mississippi River, made since 1879, with an early reconnaisance, made in 1770, and with each other. He finds that tbe lateral motion of the river is very much less than is generally assumed, nearly every important bend now existing Deing represented in practically an identical position in the map of 1770, the changes in the river between that date and she more recent surreys being confined to a few cuts off which occurred at known dates between the surveys. Apart from these the river flows round the same bends and between the same islands now as in 1770, its excursions into one side or other of its mean position being in general limited within a rety narrow balk. Steps were taken in tbe 1879 survey, and since, to erect stone monuments at frequent intervals, forming permanent ba...
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. NEWCASTLE. ARRIVALS—TO-DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 23 February 1894
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. NEWCASTLE. (By teier/raph from our Correspondent.) ARRIVALS— To-day. Federal, s., trom Melbourne. Numoi, a., from Sydney. Countees ot ErroU, schooner, from Sydney. Janet P. 1'risi;, schooner, from Sydney. Jasper, barque, lrom Lyttelton. Gulf ot Martaban, «., from Sydney. uosiora, s., irora rort stepaens. DEPARTUltES-To-DAY. Kingsley, 8., for Sydney. Alice, 8., for Sydney. BaUnoin, 8 , for Sydney. Burrsi, 8., for Sydney. Lindue, b., for Melbourne. SYDNEY. ARRIVALS.— Yesterday. Kallntinn, s, G15 tons, Captain Jolin'Magee, from Grafton 20th February Ranolagh, s, 538 tons, Cnptain T. Law Johnstone, from Adelaide, via Melbourne. iialmain, 8, CC4 tons, Captain T. Hunter, from Newcastle. Burrumbeet, s. 2420 tons, Captain A. H. Thorpe, from New cnstle, en route to Melbourne. Wyoming, s, 258 tons, Captain Evans, from Richmond River. Kingaley, s, Gl tonB, Captain Hunt, lrom Capo Hawke. Allowrie, s, 507 tons, Captain. G. Walker, from Eden, via ports, 21st February. [By T...