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A Criticism of the English. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 2 June 1894
A Criticism of the English. | Having epent twenty years in London and two weeks in this country, I am qualified, I imagine (soys a French writer), to present an original and intelligent opinion upon this great city and upon the character and customs of the people who in habit this kingdom. London, for all practical purposes, is Piccadilly surrounded by a bewildering network of slums. The popula tion is distributed as follows : The successful thieves live in the west, the unsuccessful thieves in the east, the upper middle class in habits the north, and the lower middle class the south. There is for the Englishman but one God — that God is money, and the blessed trinity of commerce is composed of pounds, shillings, and pence. The Englishman carries his soul in his breeches pocket, and his real recording angel is the obscure clerk who tots up his daily balance in a ledger in some dis tant and dismal bank. There aro more churches, chapels, religious sects and denominations in Great Brit...
Gunnedah Races. [By telegraph from a Correspondent.] [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 2 June 1894
Gunneclali Races, [By telegraph from a Correspondent .] The autumn meeting of the local Jockey Club took place on Thursday. The attendance was poor, but the weather was fine. Results follow : — Opening Handicap. Jack Rattling ? 1 Cypress ? 2 Golden Rod ? 3 Won easily. A protest was entered against the winner for interference by some one with the horse before the jockey weighed in, but the protest was dismissed. Notice of appeal to the A.J.C. was given. ^ Sovereign Handicap. Boney ? ? .. ? 1 -Handsome Jack..... ? ? 2 Jack ? ? ? ? ? 3 - Won by ahead. . ' i . . May Handicap.' Welcome ? ? ? ? ? ? 1 Vanity ? ? ? ? 2 Navette ? '. ? ? ? 3 Won by a length. Hack Race. Snap ? ? i..^..........;........ 1 Tata ? ? ? *2 Rexo ? ? ? ? ? ? ? *2 * Dead heat. Won by a length. ?. Welter Handicap. - . Marmion ? ? ? 1 ? TheNative ? ? ? 2 Idalia ? ? ? ? ? ? 3 Won easily. Farewell Handicap. Gee Gee ? ? ? 1 CypreBB ? -.... ? ? 2 Yanity ? .....;. ? ? 3 Won by a head.
SYNOD OF THE DIOCESE OF NEWCASTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 2 June 1894
:DD IF THE ME OF EHE. [Fbom ovb own Eepohteb.] The third session of the tenth Synod of the °J)ioceee of Newcastle was opened at noon on. Tuesday in the Synod Hall, adjoining the 3?ro-Cftthedral, imder the preaidency of the lord Biahop, the Eight Ber. Dr. Stanton, D.D. After the administration of Holy Communion in the Pro-Oathedral, the mem 'beta assembled. The following answered to their names — Clergy : — The 'Very Eev. Dean 'Selwyn, Venerable Archdeacons White, Tyrrell, and Bode, Canons B. E. Shaw and 'Goddard, Eers. E. A. Anderson, G. M. ?Brown, E. A. Cad8ll, W. K. Colyer, S. C. J. ?Grime, D. E. Grigeon, A. 0. Hirst, W. E. James, E. La Barte, Geo. D. La Tonche, 'P.S.LuacombPjH.S. Millard, O.M. Mills, E H. Phillips, G. E. Eashfortb, J. Shaw, A. Shaw, P. J. Simpson, W. Swindlehart, A. ?0. Thomas, E. M. Walker, H. A. Woodd, W. H. H. Yarrington, 0. L. T. Yarrington. ,1/ay [Representatives — Mr. E. W. Ash, Major Bolton, MessrB. Horatie A. Brett, Charles H. .Cor, Jas. Crawford, CbaB. H...
LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 2 June 1894
LOCAL NEWS. A Remedy Wanted. — Perhaps we aro too hard on Parliament. It is not the only sinner among public bodies which wastes time in too much talk. The Synod of the Diocese of Newcastle, now sitting, is a culprit of equal turpitude, although it is fair to say that its temper and manners are usually such as to offer an example to Parliament — lifter all, no great credit to a Christian assemblage. In &ynoo, meinoers aeciaemy tauc too much, antt their indulgence is tho more grievous outrage on common sense and business requirement, because the session lasts only four days, aud in every session there is abundant real work to be done. One of tho devices which Parliamentary managers have rc30rted to to stop needlees talk is to shorten the opportunities for discussion given by motions which aro formal. Synod had better follow the example. Nearly every sosjion there is raised a debate as to whether or not adoption of a report commits the House to approval of its recommendations ...
MINING NEWS. BARRABA. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 2 June 1894
MINING NEWS. barraba. ^ uurrcaponaenc wntes :-Some three months ago I wrote you an account of gold found in nuggets, etc., I knew was found here. Many persons have visited the different places. Some set in to work, others did not like tho risk of prosecution, as the ground is nearly all in selections. Those who had means went to work with a will, and have been suc cessful. Many, without means, run from one claim to another, and generally miss any chance of find ing gold. One claim called Try Again, was taken up by Messrs, Watt, Davies, Burke, and others ; they have struck a vein of good gold, and I believo tho specimens are equal to any found in former days. They have secured Fletcher's old working, and intend to bring a battery to work both places. John Guy, a resident miner of 15 years, has a good claim on the old Ororo Mountain. I hear he struck a good patch last week— I was told 40 ozs— but I can't vounch for the truth. Messrs. Taylor aud Charmer havo some good reef property ; o...
OFFICIAL LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 2 June 1894
OFFICIAL LETTER. We print the following at the request of Mr. B. Stevenson, M.P. : — Publio Works Department), Sydney, 26th May, 1894. Sir,— With reference to that portion of the letter dated the 11th ultimo, presented by you from Mr. H.' Blacket, of Somersby, urging the repair of that portion of the Gosford and Blood Tree Road, be tween the Narara Bridge and Dodd's Hill, I am directed by the Secretary of Public Works to in form you that arrangements have been made for placing the road in good order throughout. — I have, etc., J. Barling, Under-Secretary. Public Works Department, Sydney, 30th May, 1891. Sir, — With reference to your personal inquiries in regard to the opening of a road as an approach to the Dora Creek railway station, I am directed to inform you that so far as can be ascertained the continuation of the Cooranbong road, shown on the sale plan of the village of Doree, presented by you, has not been dedicated, nor is it shown on tbe de posited plans. Before any action ...
Treatment of Fever by Cold Baths. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 2 June 1894
Treatment of Fever by Cold Baths. Dr. W. G-. Thompson hna reported iD the American Medical Journal, a series of cases, ninty-five ia number, treated by him tit the New York and Presbyterian Hospitals during the last three years. Three hundred and forty cases treated by other methods at the Presbyterian Hospital, from 1882 to 1892, gave a mortality of seventeen aDd oight tenths per cent, and five hundred and one cases troateti by other methods at the New York Hospital, from 1877 to 18S9 gave a mortality of nineteen and four-tenths pac cent. Ten years of ' expectant' treatment among ono thousand three hundred and five cases in various hospitals of New York allowed a death rate of between twenty and thirty pet cent. (Celafiold.) By the Brand system the mortality in both tho above institutions has been reduced to seven and five tenths per cent. The method of ' tabbing ' which wag' employed ib as follows : A portable tub on rollers is placed at the patient's bedside and pestly filled by ...
SYNOD OF THE DIOCESE OF NEWCASTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 2 June 1894
mTTWieTlTOm [FltOM OUR own RBrOBTBItf] I The morning sitting on Thursday was chiefly occupied with elections. Canon Shaw and the Rev. W. H. H, Yarrington wore elected members of tho Diocesan Council in the room cf tho late Canon Simm and of the Rev. John Shaw. The Revs. Canon fahaw, and A. C. Thomas and Major Bolton were elected Trustees of the Clergy Widows and Orphans Fund. The Revs. A. C. Hirst and E. A. Anderson wero chosen mombors of the Book Depository Committee. Mr. J. D. Jones was re-elected a Trustee of the Aged and Infirm Clergy fund, and tho Rev. E. A. Anderson was chosen in tho room of the late Canon Simm as a representative to the Provincial Synod. After wards a draft ordinance amending the Presentation of Clergymen to Parishes ordinance of 1S77 in the direction of admitting all parishes which complied with the laws of Synod to representation on the Presentation Bo:»rd, was passed through committee aud reported. An unsuccessful attempt was Iliads to go afine th« represe...
COMING WONDERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 2 June 1894
COMING WON DEM. A kecent issue of the London Spectator gave a number of interesting prophecies which at tho end of the third decade of the century found expression in a magazine called The Keepsake The writer looking into the future, far as human eye could eee, but no doubt having his imagination quickened by scientific discoveries, the rorerunners or a long ana miirvellouc series, uttered a forecast of what science might be expected to achieve. There was much BhrewdneBsviBibleinthe prophecies. They actunlly did anticipate some of the most wonderful discoveries o£ the century ; but, being tho product of the unaided human fnncy, they did not embrace the half of what science has actually done. The modern Sybil — tho author in hia article imagined her to be the seer — represented a traveller coming from London to Edinburgh in seven hours and a half. The express on the Groat Northern Line actually does tho distance in eight hours. We find tho idea of magazine rifles aud of the Maxim gun...
BANKRUPTCY. WEDNESDAY, MAY 30. SEQUESTRATION ORDERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 2 June 1894
BANKRUPTCY. , Wednesday, May 30. SEQUESTRATION ordebs. Robert Ash, of Dudley, near Newcastlo, miner. Mr. W. H. Palmer, official assignee. Charles Palmer, of Church-street, Parrnmatta (formerly of Homebush and Parramatta), builder. Rlr. N. F. Giblin, official assignee. George Ah Gett (trading as Sun Tong Gett), o£ Mudgee, storekeeper. Mr. A. Morris, official assignee. John Charles Thompson, of the Sugar Loaf, near Newbridge, minor. Mr. N. F. Giblin, official assignee.
INDIVIDUAL TEACHING. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 2 June 1894
HrDIYIDUAIi TEAC HINGo j Quit public school system b «s many points' ! which entitle it to admiratioi V aud . probably- no other method of teaching co 'uld eonviently be adopted in view of the .Wge number of pupils to be taught and the c omparutively small army of the teachers. Yet it fcae in one. respeet a serious defect. It doetT not bring the dali or unready child on as m«on as is desirable. Satisfactory res ulta are produced in the majority o f cases, and the syatem of teaching n & doubt helpB largely to conquer dulne vs and to supply readiness. But after all tb ere is a residuum in every class not to be touc bed by the class method. Tha backward sti idect* are not necessarily stupid, but they want what they cannot got under our metho d, to be studied ia their turn, and to be taugh '-t in such a way that they shall give their pow 'bh a fair chance. Perhaps there may come c *ne day a reformer amongst us who w ill take up the cause of such student even to the establishment...
Frozen Meat Trade. RECENT RETURNS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 2 June 1894
Frozen Meat Trade. RECENT RETURNS. J. H. Geddes & Co., tho Pastoral Finance Asso ciation, Limited, Sydney, report being just in receipt of the following satisfactory returns from a shipment of 59G9 frozen muttons, made by them per s.s. *' Port Pirie' : — 450 carcases, Kirribilli 7, average weight 51.88. lbs. ; price, 7s 7'42d. 5 50 carcases, Kirribilli, 4, Bonda, average weight 42.38 lbs. ; price. G3 0'96d. 702 carcases, Kerarbury, Riverina, average weight 47.28 lbs. ; price, 6s 8'77d. -? 1039 carcases, Yanco, D, Riverina, average weight 50.71 lbs. ; price, 7s. 1985 carcases, Goree, Riverina, average weight 44.05 lbs. ; price, 5a 10'93d. 965 carcases, Yarabee Pk., Riverina, average weight 44 12 lbs. ; price, 5s 10'43d. 778 carcaseB, Young, G, Me, average weight 45.60 lbs.; price, 6s 0'59d. The above returns are nett to owners for the bare carcases in Sydney, the proceeds of bypro ducts more than paying railage to seaport.
THE OFFICE OF PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 2 June 1894
TEE OFFICE OF TAOTiTAMENT. Sir TIenex Paiikes, in a speech-delivered at St. Leouarda t-bia week, reviewing the state of public affairs and the political prospect, uttered words of weight in reference to the duty of electors in the coming content. He reminded his hearers of the proper office of Parliament, which people are too apt m .New South Wales to forget. Certainly circum stances are unfavourable to tho maintenance of the highest Parliamentary ideal. The State with us is burdened by so many duties which do not properly come within the scope of national government. Eoads, bridges, and other means of communication are of course important contributions to the national welfare, and cannot- be negleeted without causing public injury. Bat such works ought not to he bo uompletely recog nised as the care or the State as to affect for the worse the composition of tho Legislature. Yet such is growing to be more and more the case in New South Wales. Regard for political principle is fading...
Sydney Markets. TREBECK, SON, AND CO'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 2 June 1894
Sydney Markets. TUEBECK, SON, AND CO's REPORT. Fat Cattle. — 2,003 yarded; market lower. Good to best lots bullocks .£3 3s to .£?! 10s and .£5, best cows £2 10s to ^£3. Fat Sheep. — 41,000 penned ; market firmer throughout. Good to best lots merino wethers 6s 3d to 8s, good to best merino owes 5s 9d to 7s 2d. Store Cattle. — Tho demand for bullocks 3.V and 4 vears old continues verv active. Handv fines in South Queensland and on the border meeting with ready sale at 40s to 42s (3d. Wo sold, on account of the Scottish Australian Investment Company 1,000 bullocks on their Mount Abundance Station near Roma, nt extra rates for station delivery, and from the same property 250 fats ; also on account o£ same owners, 600 bullocks on their Texas station near Inverell, a further draft making 1200 sold on Texas. Store Sheep. — Wethers firm 5s Cd to 6s, business still limited, fattening ewes 3s 6d to 4s 6d. Stations. — Matters are quieter. Investors show ing great reserve. Wool. — There has bee...
TWO FOOLISH PROJECTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 2 June 1894
-TWO FOOLISH PROJECTS. A BPEiEEK 'last week at ithe Womsn'e ChriBtian Temperance Union an Syctoey said Lady Henry-Somerset- and Mies Wil lard had teen appointed to convey the po;j»lot world's ? petition (which now contained two .uillionB of-signatuies) all rout.d the world, to joreoent :? -it to the different, heads of Government in encn place, asking ior sne suppressiou cm.. cne liquor traffic. We must give eoae further particulars of -.-this superfluous folly. The petition is to be fifteen miles long and to have three millions signatures. So that one million signatures is yet to be obtained. But Bow is such a gigantic petition to be de livered ? It cannot'be carried on any ordinary conveyance. A document without example in the world for size, it muat be brought before the Governments of the world ia a special manner. The resources,. oE the promoters have been equal to the occasion. A firBt class steamer is to be chartered, and the huge roll iB to -be placed on board in charge of t...
CRICKET. ELLALONG AND WOLLOMBI SCHOOLBOYS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 2 June 1894
CRICKET. ELLALONG AND WOLLOMBI SCHOOLBOYS. The Ellalonpr School boys met.tlie Wollombi Sohool boys on the MillQeld cricket ground, and the came resulted in a win for the Ellslong School boyB by one innings and 43 runs. Follow ing ore the scores:— 'Wollombi C. C. ' First Innings . ^ J. Smith, o W'. Allen ? ? ? ? C. Finchen, o E. Bridge, b W. Allen ? 0 S. Smith, run out ? o E. Stapleford, b W, Allen ? ? l K. ThompBon, b W. Allen ? ? ? ? l f T. Preston, b It. Allen ? ? ? ? o A. Preston, b K, Allen ? ? o W. Mayo, b W. Alien ? ? ? ? ? o F. Turner, not out ? ? 2 A. Coady, o W. Allen ? ? ? ? ' 1* Sundries ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? 3 Total ? ? ? ? ? ? 22 Second Innings. J. Smith, b R. Allen ? ? ? ? ? ? ? n C. Pinohen, b K. Allen ? ? ? ? . & S. Smith, b W. Allen ? ...,. ? * 5 E. Stapleford. b W. Allen ? n F. Turner, b W. Allen ? ? ? 4. T. Preston, 0 B. Ling, b JR. Allen ? ? ? o ' A. Preston, 0 K. Allen ? ? ? j W. Mayo, not out ? ? ? '' ' 1 - A, Coady, b F. M'liae ? 0' E. Thompson, b K. Allen...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 2 June 1894
otice OF DISSOLUTION. TP AXE NOTICE thntS the PARTNERSHIP JL HITHERTO EXIS TING between tho under signed. THOMAS WILLIAM TUCKER, JOHN GILLIES, and JOHN THOMPSON, as Newspaper Proprietors and General Printers, at West Mait land. WAS DISSOLVED on the 16th Day of May ' instant, and that the said JOHN GILLIES will .RETIRE PROM THE FIRM, the business of which, will in tho future be carried on by the said THOMAS WILLIAM TUCKER and JOHN THOMPSON, who will discharge all liabilities of the firm and receive tha debts duo to the same. Dated at West Maitland this 31st day of May, ?1894. Wi^r.nr. w ') THOMAS WILLIAM TUCKER, ' . J. GILLIES, JOHN THOMPSON. ; Witness to 'the signatures of Martha Tucker (as Attorney for Thomas William Tucker), John Gillies, ? And John Thompson; Chas. Webster, Managing Clerk ta Mr.. R. W. Thompson, Solicitor, West Maitland. In connection with the abov -e notice, it is hereby announced that the undersign ed, THOMAS WIL LIAM TUCKER, JOHN THOMPSON, an-1 CHRISTOPHER EIPP...
ELLALONG v. BROKE. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 2 June 1894
ELLALONG v. BROKE. The Ellalong Club completed a most successful season on Friday last by defeating Broke by 19 runs. The bowling on both sides was quite up to 'concert pitch,' most of tho batsmen ottering but a leeble resistance. Loder, Harry and Arthur Bridge. however, played good orioket, and materially assisted their respective sides, tt is worthy of mention that Ellalonc has suffered but one defeat this season. The Ecores follow Ellalong. First Innings. ' ' S. Snape, 0 Coffey, b Foster ? ? ? c Jno. Campbell, b Foster ? .'. ? 2' Allen, b Foster ? ? ? 4 Hockey, run out ? o A. Bridge, b Coffey ? g H. Bridge, not out ? ? 21 F. Lynch, b Coffey ? ? ? 0 Stembeok, b Coffey ? ? ? ? 1 ? Brown, b CoflVty ? ? i q. Green, b Foster ? ? ? ? 2 R. Snape, run out ? ? ? ? ? ? 1 Byes ? ? ? ? j 8' Total ? ? ? ? ? 48 Second Innings. - - S. Snape, b Coffey ? » ? ? 0 ? Jno. CauiDbell, 0 McGregor, b Coffey..,. ? ? ? 0 Allen, b Foster ? ? ? ? ? ? ; 4 , Hookey, 0 McGregor, b Foster ? ? ? ? 8 A. Bridge, b...
Queensland Stock Movements and State of the Country. (Queenslander, May 26.) [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 2 June 1894
Queensland Stock Movements and State of the Country. (Queenslander, May 2G.) The cool season has now fairly set in, and Queensland is enjoying the pleasant weather which always marks the early winter months. Pine bracing weather has prevailed this week, only a few stations immediately on the coast reporting rain, and those only very light sliowers. The rain which fell last week in the agricultural districts haB put farmers in good henrh, and nothing is now likely to occur to interfere with the success of growing crops. ! Huohenden, May 23.— The following are tlie latest stock passings : — Three hundred and fifty fat bullocks from Beaudeeert, CollinB, White, and Co. owners, Hall in charge, bound for the Towns ville freezing works ; 480 fat bullocks from Burleigh for the Alligator Creek works; 400 rams from Midkin, New South Wales, for Marathon, A. W. Robertson owner ; 2400 ewes from Eulolo to Messrs. Johnson and Castling, Townaville ; 90 bulls from Wando 'Vale, Cooper an.l Mytton own...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 2 June 1894
DEATH. iBUKNS ? Died at West Maitland, at the resldonco of his grandmother, Bourke*Btreet. after an illness of 1 year and 3 months, on May 24, 1804, William James Burns, dearly beloved grandson of E. and W. McDouRall, and only child of M. A. E. and J. Burns; aged XI years and 8 months. M67 ?DlYNtJ.— In loving memory of our dear father, James Dunn, who departed this life 41 ay 31, 1893, at his residence, iSnBt Maitland. . „ , That voice is now silent, That true heart lies cold, Those smiles of soft welcome Oft met us of old. But thou art in Heaven, Where we all hope to be ; Ob, father, dear lather, We etlll think ol thee, Inserted by bis loving wife and children. 1672