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DISTRICT NEWS. WALGETT. THE WALGETT P. AND A. A. SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 2 June 1894

DISTRICT NEWS. [From our Various Correspondents.] WALGETT. THE WALGETT P. AND A. A. SHOW. In spite o£ the dreadful state of the roads, the 'Walgett Pastoral and Agricultural Association's ?Show of 1894 proved very successful— the exhibits ^making up in quality what was lacking in quantity. The weather was gloriouB, and the attendance ap 'to the average. The Postmaster-General and his Private Secretary, Mr. Fry, Messrs. Willis and Machattie were present, and; also joined in tho .amusements which followed the Show. Sheep.— The principal prizewinners were Messrs. ..Mackay, Bros., Brewan. Horses. — The prizetakers were— Messrs. Scott, Higgins, Barton, Quinn, and Gair. Cuttle were well represented. The Jumping. — The hunting contest and high jumping were both won by Mr. Hugh Cameron. . Ladies' Jumping.— Miss Hazlett, of Craigmore, was the only lady who attempted the high jumps, hut she gratified the spectators with a splendid exhibition of riding, clearing the three hunting jumps in perf...

Publication Title: Maitland Weekly Mercury, The
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ABERDEEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 2 June 1894

ABERDEEN. Our Iittlo village of late has passed through a very severe ordeal in the shape of typhoid fever, but J am pleased to state it is nearly or quite abated. The two hospitals which were erected, thanks to Mr. Fitz Gerald, our ever energetic M.P , who used so much influence in getting them ?erected, was the cause of not only stonnine the spread of that dreadful malady, but a'BO the over crowding of the local hospitals of this part. They are now closed, but in case of fresh outbreak the Government has made arrangements with Mr. James Janson, who owns the ground, to let them remain for some time. I may sny through the dread disease and the stoppage of the freezing works for the past several weekB have made things very dull up here to what was heretofore the rule ; but I am pleased to state - the above works start on Monday next, 28th inst., with a full board, when things, I hope to report, will again look up and make timeB as prosperous again as they were of yore. Queen's Birthd...

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Luck in the Mines. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 2 June 1894

Luck in the Mines. Not many miles from Shasta City, in Cali fornia, is a gulch of which a strange story is told. Ifc, is a deep ravine, with rochB shooting all the way up the sides. Gold in paying quantities had been found along the stream, but -it seemed to disappear u few feet from tne channel. Une day, while a gang of men were toiling, in the stream, a stranger, evidently ignorant of mining, came along and leaned on his ragged elbows to watch the re sults of their labour. Tbe miner near him took out a five-dollar nugget, and anxiety overcame the ignorant stranger. ' Say,' he asked, ' where can I go t.o diggin' to find it like that ?' The hardy miner stopped bis work, and giving the wink to all the boys, so that the joke should not be lost, pointed up to the barren rocks where no gold had ever been found. ' Tou see that rough-lookin' place ?' ' Tea,' said the new hand. ' Well, thar ifc is rich. Jes' you stake out a claim an' go to' work, an' when we finish here we'll come up, too....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 2 June 1894

Notice to thb Residents of thb Patehson and District. DR. FR4HK LID O ELL, OF High-street, Vfost Rtiaitland, JS NOW VISITING -PATERSON BEGULARLY, and may be CON SULTED AT WILSON'S COURT HOUSE HOTEL on Thursdays from Twelve o'clock noon to One p.m. 0134 Ofi, t J, RUSSELL EA8 RETURNED FROSI EUROPE, AND M H OW!.Ti!l! AS ML AT HIS SURGERY, ' High-street, West laitland. 1357 DR. PENTLAND UAS RESUMES PRACTICE, AND CAM BE CONSULTED HIS HOUSE, AS USUAL, 0593 MEDICAL NOTICE. To the Residents op Paterson, Vact, Gresford and Dibtrict. Dr. S. J. Richards, (M.B., and Ch.M., Sydney), Has commenced the practice op HIS PROFESSION, and may be consulted daily at his residence, Ferndale, Yacy. DR. RICHARDS will VISIT PATERSON; and may be Consulted at WILSON'S COURT HOUSE HOTEL, on Tuesdays and Saturdays at Ten o'clock a.m. ; GRESFORD, at Mr. Fry's, on Mondays and Fridays at Tea o'clock a.m. 849 Painless Mtistry. ML MM TEETH. WITHOUT SPRINGS, WIRES, OR FASTENINGS. G, LTOB, D.D.S., R.D.S., SURGEON DENTI...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 2 June 1894

Olaeap G-o3o.-ol1xi.o Premier registered premier ®aking ? ®ei'f'Kaisin^ ? Powder. J __ Flour. ' I'D BY ALL STOREKEEPERS. Manufactured by BROS, l^east; TRADE MARK. IMCaitlfwacl. TAILOBIWG. TX7'i:n.tep O-oocLs. JMI® HHT illra :- HAS JUST OPENED A SPLEI2I1 USE or TKODSSBHfSS at IBs 6d, AND GUARANTEES THEM HAND MADE. ? JMso, Same Kee SMITBtSS Irons £3 3s, SUITABLE FOB THE COMING SEASON. Sauipleg J^esxt; DP'os.t; Free. I»OOK FOR THE OLD SHOP, MEXT TO BABBEH & RIBEE'S. ? )o( ? CHA®, ES0 T^JLlL-flKiS, Manager. Address all letters, — BOX 72, Post Office, West Maitland. -ABRAHAM'S PILLS - ? - n mi cvj'' _ Aro prep.ireil from Dandelion, and without a trace of ?:????? ? pfj 6| moreuryor minerals. Simply cullcd from Dame Nature's v W Vfl fl fl H fcl garden. Have now been taken for tlie last thirty years f H-fljil 'n -rn^i'*1 aml til° colonics ; aro tho one Remedy upon which we rely to cure all that may Ijc wrong with the Liver anil Kidneys, with its inevitable consequences— Biliousness ...

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THE GROWTH OF BARLEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 2 June 1894

THE GROWTH OF BARLEY. More attention is likely to be given to barley during the coming season, owing to the higher price obtained for it in this market and in England. If you have land which haB been well manured for a previous crop, and yonr cli mate is temperate, you will probably find that a paddock or barley will pay you well. Don't try to grow barley on badly tilled land. It should be brought tj a fine tilth by repeated cross harrowing, disc or spading harrow if possible. The roots of barley do not seek their ; nourishment so deeply as those of wheat, one reason why the so;l should be fine. Clay soils which grow wheat are unsuitable for this crop. In Australia, barley is generally sown broad cast, but drilling is much to be preferred. Three to four bushels per acre moy be used broadcast, but two will be ample if drilled. The advantages of drilling are chiefly econ omy in seed ; facility, for cleaning the crop from weeds, wild oatB, &c., and therefore fewer next year — a...

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CURING FOR PICKLED PORK. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 2 June 1894

CUBING FOB PICKLED POEE. Where chilling arrangements are available, curing goes on now all the year. But winter is the time for putting up home supplies on the farm. Summer in this region is fatal to pork in the barrel, unless under very favour able conditions. Experience in curing or packing pork so that it will remain sound all the year may be useful. Select the required number of healthful, well fatted stock— say ages ten to fourteen months— and weight averaging 200 to 250 lbs. Butcher in the usual way, and cut up the middlings in suit able sized pieces. Choose a cool evening for the killing if at all possible. When properly cooled, put a layer of salt at the bottom of a thoroughly clean, dry barrel, at leaBfc an inch thick, and then pack tightly one layer of pork, each piece plaped on its edge. Now put salt on again to fill up the interstices between the pieces and put another layer of salt over the meat. Then add another layer of pork and another layer of salt successively, til...

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Hints for Housewives. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 2 June 1894

Hints for Housewives. Brashes and combs should be washed weekly with tepid water and ammonia. A crape veil can be renovated by putting it ont for a few minutes in a drizzling rain until well dampened. Then fold and put under a mattress over night. It will be wonderfully improved in the morning. When you are hurried, and a postage stamp will not stick, moisten it and rub it on the flap of an envelope, and then quickly put it in its place. One of the best ways to clean or polish a stove is to add a little turpentine to the blacking, just enough to wet it or soften it. It remains on the Bfcove longer and looks brighter than when wet with water. W hen souj)- stock is at a discount because of the large amount of meat used, put up a supply for warm weather emergency dinners by sealing in air-tight glass fruit jars when it is boiling hot. It need not be a whit inferior to that bought at a grocer's or cost a penny. A cleaning fluid for men's clothes that tbe housewife will find valuable con...

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Literary News, Notes, Etc. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 2 June 1894

Literary News, Notes, Etc. Dean Stanley was a man it, was impossible to quarrel with — he was too fascinating. The Kb?. W. R. Hnweia writes ; — ' No man Was ever more de«oid of affectation, no man posed leBS ; there was never anything in the ltast calculated or consciously dramatic about Stanley ; he was rather careless of his nppearanco, was often unshaven and slovenly in drHBS. His walk re sembling a little J. R. Green's rapid and certainly not very impressive Bhuffle, and why he wore bis hat always O'l the back of hiB head I never could make oat ; but, lik'» Dean Mil man, with all these personal and characteristic disadvantages, the Dean of Westminster was usually — even whun Arch bishop Tait was in the ruom — the most, digni fied and striking personality present. There was only one man the unconscious majesty of whose presence and the spiritual and pro phetic glow of whose countenance had power to draw my eyes away from the beloved Dean when I saw them together, and that was Fre...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 2 June 1894

THE TWO GENUINE ARTICLES : CLEMENTS TONIC, FLETCHER'S PILLS, IMITATED! BUT UNRIVALLED AND UNEQUALLED. CLEMENTS TONIC is a scientific chemical food and restores the tissue wasted by the vocations of every day life, is a prompt and safe remedy for neuralgia, nervousness, weakness, debility, liver complaint, dropsy, and chronic indigestion. FLETCHER'S PILLS cure heartburn, backache, headache, liver torpidity, dyspepsia and all com plaints of the Btomach and bowels. These two remedies have been thoroughly tested in all the hot countries of the world. They are sold at a price within the roach of all people. Evi dence is forwarded free on receipt of name and ad dress that will satisfy the most sceptical as to their virtues. They are sold everywhere, but care must be taken that the genuine are obtained or the money and time are wabted and the disease so much the more serious. 0971

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The Farm and Garden. CORNS ON HORSES. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 2 June 1894

The Farm and Garden. CORNS OH HORSES. I The treatment of a corn will depend upon the stage it has reached. If it is in tbe early stage and the lameness is slight, and inflam mation absent or very trifling, then relieving the part of pressure by removing a- little of the discoloured horn, and springing tbe corresponding heel of the shoe, may be sufficient to render the animal immediately serviceable. If the case is not so simple, then the foot should be immersed in a bucket of water as hot as the animal can bear it for half au hour or so, and this may be followed by a poultice. If matter has formed, then it ought to be got rid of by a free opening, and if dirt or grit is in the heel this should also be cleaned out, and fomentations and poul tices resorted to until the wound is healthy and all soreness has gone. If suppuration has so far advanced that the matter has broken out at tbe top of the heel, then the case is too serious for the amatenr horseman to deal witb, the veterinary su...

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RAINWORTH STATION, SPRINGSURE, QUEENSLAND. SHEARING TALLIES FOR ONE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 2 June 1894

KAINWORTH STATION, SPKINGSURE, QUEENS LAND. I Siieatu.vg Tallies fob O.ve TVeek. j 1801 shearing, twenty shearers UBtng Burgon machines. Ringer's t'tl dally Hours No. of men CliES of Tally Tally per day onboard Sheep Monday, 10th ? 1C9 ... 2254 ... 8h. 40m. ... 20 ... Wethers Tuesday. 20th ? 160 ... 2177 ... 8h. 40m. ... 20 ... Wethers Wednesday. 21st... 201 ... 2041 ... 8h. 40m. ... 20 ... Ewes 'Thursday. 22nd ... 205 ... 2774 ... 8h. 40m. ... 20 ... Ewes Friday, 23rd ? 210 ... 3020 ... 8I1. 40m; ... 20 ... Ewes Saturday, 24th ? 113 ... 1434 ... 4h. 40m. ... 20 ... Ewes Total tally for one, week,. 14,300 214 bales of wool. Wethers averaged Gibs. loz. per fleece Ewes averaged 5Ibs. 12oz. per fleece. This is the greatest number ever Bhorn at Rainworth in one week. ♦On this day the ' drummer' shore 100 sheep. W. E. ABBOTT.

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NEW REMEDY FOR HEN LICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 2 June 1894

HEW REMEDY FOR HEN I.I0E. In the French Journal of Agriculture A. D. Scheneder tells how he drove the lice from his hen-house by tying a few small bottles of bi-sulphide of carbon to the perches with the stoppers out, leaving the liquid to evapo rate. The hens roost over the bottles and the vapor kills the lice. This is what he says : Tbe very next day after using it I was agree ably surprised to find that tbe enemy had left, leaving none but dead and dying behind, and. on the following day not a'single living insect was to be found, while my birds were sitting quietly on the roosts, enjoying an unwontedly peaceful repose. This lasted for twelve days till the sulphide had evaporated. Twenty four hours later a fresh invasion of lice put in an appearance under the wings of the birds in the warmest portion of the house where there were no currents of air. I re plenished the supply of sulphide, and the next morning only a few of these were remaining. The next morning every trace of verm...

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DEVELOPING HEIFERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 2 June 1894

DEVELOPING HEIFERS. When a heifer first comes to her milk the milk glands which constitute the udder are in an undeveloped condition and need good management in order to secure pn abundant and prolonged flow of milk. From tbe stare care masc be taken to Bee tbat every drop of milk in drawn. Thin is necnetmry to pirvuni inflammation. Ruh the ndder carefully, kneading it, especia'ly if there are any bai d lumps in it If lump# form that eeem diffi cult to reduce bathe with warm water ns warm ns th*- hand will bfoar. This should be repeated three or four timt-s a day. If tbe calf is allowed to suck see that ifc draws out all of the milk. If the iv-w ia intended for tbe dairy, under no condiiinna ?lllotv the calf to run with her. In fepdiui;, be careful at the start not to feed too lit;, r iily, but afier two or three days it will tie !-nou;;h to gradually inere'iso ber rations Liberal feeding i» necesHary in order to de velop her milkiug qualities. One advantage in breeding the heifers ...

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RAPE AS A FORAGE CROP. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 2 June 1894

RAPE AS A FORAGE CROP. May io a splendid month to sow this plant, which appears to have taken quite a promin ent place amongst our '^reen stuff' crops, though it is not yet as well known with us as its great value deserve'. It is an excellent winter feed and suits our climate admirably. Though sometimes sown broadcast at the rate of 10 lb per acre, the best results are un doubtedly obtained when grown in drills, as for turnips, sowing at the rate of 31b. per acre; , this admits of the farm being kept clean ; is 1 better farming, and the plants produce a heavier weight of green food, while not sharing bo much stalk, the tendency of plants being to draw when grown broadcast and too thickly. The crop requires no attention in tbe way of thinning, and may be grown be tween grain crops. This plant is very suitable for sheep feed, but they should not be turned into it on empty stomrchs, as it will blow them if eaten too quickly. When the pad dock has been eaten well down, tbe remains of th...

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THE IRWINS AND THEIR HOUSE. IN SIX CHAPTERS. CHAPTER VI. NEW BEGINNINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 2 June 1894

The litwi.\s and their House. In Six Chapters. CHAPTER VI. NEW BEGINNINGS. On the morning after Peggy haddeclaredto Mrs. Winterbury that she could not forsake her own people and her beloved Dayville, Mrs. Adolphus Titus was calling upon Mrs. Jonathan Cole. These two ladies were accustomed to pay one an other short visits on returning from their little tours through the village, and what is more re marKabie, they never tailed to hnd absorbing topics of conversation, however frequently the visits were repeated. To-day this fact was unusually noticeable to Mr. Cole who sat upon his poroh and listened to, or at least OTerheard, the flow of talk that rippled on in the sitting-room. He still brooded over his yester aay s comerence witn l eggy lrwin, ana tnlt op pressed and almost irritable ; so he decided to go over to his office earlier than usual, to meditate be yond the reach of women's voices. There was nothing to molest his quiet as he settled himself in his little box of an office ;...

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MERCURY JUNIOR. FATHER'S VOICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 2 June 1894

MERCURY JUNIOR. FATHER'S VOICE. Only dreaming nothing more, Dock again bo many years Herding ahoep— 'twas when the war Filled the land with blood and tears. Just b little hoy again, Tending sheep, with brother John ; Both of us are bearded men, And the years croep on and on. But I dreamt, with strange delight, Of the scenes of long ago ; There the woodland to our right, There the cherry grove below ; There the happy childhood home, There the 8hcep-shed, long and wide, There the creek that tos?ed its foam 'Gainst tho rocks on either side ; There the eohoolhouec by the lane Where I learned my A B C's ; There tho clearing where the grail Nodded to tho sammer breeze. In my dream I saw it all, Lived my childhood hours in oncf Heard the yolce ot father call— ' It ia daylight— come, my son!1' O'er his grare the rain and snow Many years have fallen deep, And I only see him now, Only hear him, in my sleep. And the old home does not eeem As it did in other years Only when I sleep and dream Dr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 2 June 1894

Commerce House,1 WEST MAITLAND. 3ST TO !E3Ei&.:NX-- Has Just Opened a Very Choice Lot of Ladies' Jacket* and i Cloaks. These comprise some very Handsome Goods, and, having been bought at a liberal discount, are being offered at Very Low Prices. _ „ Also, a lot 01 KEW FUR BOAS. ? *:0: ? ? SPECIAL PURCHASE in CHILDREN'S WEAR, Very Pretty Goods, such as Fancy Woollen Coats, Overalls and Tunics, Infants' Wool Polkas, Hoods, Hats and Caps, Muslin and Linen Pinafores, Dresses, Infants' Outfits, and Children's Underclothing. DR. JAEGER'S COMBINATIONS for LADIES— ALL SIZES. TJNDERVESTS, High and Low N eeks. JAEGER'S WOOLLEN SKIRTS oo ^PECIAIi JOB LIME. 44-inch AMAZON CLOTHS, in Black, Brown, Navy, Marone, and Myrtle, Is 3d and Is 6d— excellent value. ? ? ? JAMES KERR SEQU AH'S WORLD-RENOWNED 'REMEDIES Can now be Obtained from the Following Chemists and Grocers in Siaitland CHEMIST— ©EOCBRS- BSR. W. S. L1PSG01B, HigEi-sireet BSESSRS. WOLFE, GORRICK, « CO., High-street. And from ALL C...

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. MACHINE-SHEARING AND HAND-SHEARING. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 2 June 1894

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. I MACHINE-SHEARING AND HAND SHEARING. Sib, — As the statements on this question which I made a few weeks back have been pretty widely questioned and denied on the ipse dixit of individual shearers and union delegates, I think it will be better for me to give tho actual facts in the cose of a well-known shed, and let tho shearers and the public judge as to the truthfulness of myself and these gentlemen who live on the job and most of whom hope in the forthcoming elections to change their delegateship for a nice little billet of .£300 a year in Parliament, as so many of them have done in the past. These Rainforth returns, which are for this year, working under the now agreement containing the much denounced 8th Clause, shew that one man working 48 hours with the latest improved machine shears earned £10 13s 4d ; while ho was by the machine-shears, a3 compared with hand-shears, relieved of half the labour of shearing hi3 tally of 1067 sheep. In the Western distri...

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ITEMS OF INTEREST. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 2 June 1894

ITEMS OP INTEREST. Very heavy rains and floods have been experi enced in tbe southern part of the North Island of New Zealand. Mr. R. Hassall, of Yamble, near Mudgee, has been experimenting, and has found that by planting onionB around hiB peach trees they become entirely free from nnhis. Trees that in previous yc-irs were almost ruined were entirely freed by this simple method from tho pest this year. Mr. Wm. Clementg, a well-known grazier of tho Mrtffra (V.c.) district, died suddenly from apoplexy in a railway train. In an interview with Mr. G. D. Carter on Wed nesday, the Victorian Trea3Urer stated that tho ! deficiency of .£500,000 for the year, in addition to £ 1,250,000 carried forward, would have to be faced in July. The shortage was principally due to the rail ways, but for the 10 months the Customs returns also yielded .£269 below the estimate. The latsst news from Coolgardle reports that the Brilliant Mine, late Cashman's Reward claim, con tinues to open up splondidly. Thi...

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