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A DARING GAME. CHAPTER IV. HER LADYSHIP A WIDOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 20 January 1894

A DARING GAME.] CHAPTER IV. j HER LADYSHIP A WIDOW. Soon after daybreak, upon the morning following the occurrence of tlie incidents related in tlie pre ? ceding chapter, Lady Wynde's gray companion departed from Hawkhurst for Canterbury, 111 a dog cart which, with its driver, the baronet's wife had ordered to be always at Artress's disposal. She took the early train up to London, her business a secret betwe-n het Distress and herself. At the usual breakf-st hour, eight o'clock, Lady Wynde descended to the breakfast-room. Sir Har old was already there, and greeted her with his ABual tender smile, although he looked somewhat careworn. Their greetings were scarcely over, and the couple had taken their places nt the table, when 'the bulter appeared, bringing in the morning mail _ Sir Harold produced bis key and unlocked it. Thero were a few newspapers for himself, some packets of silk samples, and a letter from Madame Elise, her dressmaker, for Lady Wynde. There were two letters for th...

Publication Title: Maitland Weekly Mercury, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 20 January 1894

NEURALGIA. NERVOUSNESS, TOOTHAOHE, WEAKNESS AND GENERAL DEBILITY ?QUICKLY AND POSITIVELY CURED BY CLEMENTS TONIC. WHICH RESTORES THE VIGOR, SNAP, AND HEALTH OF YOUTH. ETEAD YOUR NEIGHBOUR'S EVIDENCE. Mr,. Edward T. Coatin, Homeville, West Mait land, N.S.W., who writes on March 23rd', 1893. — I beg to- inform you that Mrs. Costin Buffered for year* w ith very bad nervous headaches, and about two yeai « since they got so bad that her hair was turning aml 0 door slamming, or anybody ?entering room suddenly, would make her start with fear. Seeing so many testimonials from people ?who I knew would not let their names be published unless your Olements Tonic had had the effect they stated, j 6°t .Mrs. Costin to try a bottle. After taking it there' was a decided improvement, and after taking a l'ew wore bottles all headache left, and the hair resumed itB original color. I am happy to state thiit, with an occasional bottle of Tour Clements Ton.'C, Mrs. Costin is now enjoying Tory good health...

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Queensland Stock Movements and State of the Country. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 20 January 1894

Queensland Stock * Movements and State of the Country. ( Queenslander , January 13.) Cooktown, January 9. — Splendid rains have fallen during the last three days. Cairns, January 8.— The weather is hot in spite of frequent showers. Croydon, January 8. — Three inches of. rain fell here during last night, and the weather is still threatening. January 9. Two inches of rain have fallen here since last night. The weather is still muggy. WE0RaEr0WN, January a. — un oaturaay nignc a storm from the north passed over the town. Only twenty-two points of rain were registered, but the rain must have been extremely heavy in the vicinity. On Sunday morning at 5 o'clock the river was just running but two hours later it was nearly a banker. Very heavy rain again fell yesterday, 2.47in. being recorded, and the river rose 3ft. higher than yester day. The weather to-day haB been thundery, and there is every sign of more rain. Inoham, December 29. — We were very fortunate in having most mild weather fo...

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

1SK 10m DOCTOR I un'm i IS HOT BETTER THAN WHISKY THIS HOT WEATHER. TUCKERand CO, AGENTS, . SYDNEY. AUSTRALIAN MUTUAL PROVIDENT SOCIETY. Established 1849. Head Office : — 87, Pitt-street, Sydney. Directors : — The Hon. Sir J. P. Abbott, H.P., Chair man ; James R. Hill, Esq., Deputy Chairman ; , J. T. W alker, Esq., Thomas Little john, Esq., A. W. Meeks, Esq., Benj. Shout, Esq., Eobt. J. King, Esq. General Manager and Actuary : Richard Teece, F.I.A., F.F.A. Secretary: Bobert B. Cameron. rTHE ONLY AUSTRALIAN LIFE OFFICE JL which gives a BONUS EVERY YEAR. Profits divided for the year 1892 amounted to over £ 604,000 , yielding a reversionary bonus of over one million sterling. Claims are payable immediately on proof of death. Annual income : Two millions sterling. Accumulated Funds: Over Eleven Mil lions sterling. 'Hunter River .District— West Maitland: C. B. Wordbn, District Secretary, 1G42

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Coonamble District. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 20 January 1894

Coonamble District. [By Rambler.J We have had magnificent electric showers throughout the greater part of this district during the last few days, and we may be said to be pas torally and agriculturally saved. Previously to this event, the outlook was gloomy in the extreme ; but we will not attempt to paint, as in the great joy of the recent times of refreshing we have quite for gotten the former sorrow and the occasion for it. All of my friends who have perused the new penny Mercury are charmed with its excellent ' get-up,' its succinct yet varied and exhaustive information. All honour to an enterprise which began, as all worthy enterprises do, with its ' day of small things,' and can now take its stand on equal terms with the most progressive products of the ' Fourth Estate.' The election spirit is now in the air, and there iB much speculation as to the chances of forth coming candidates. It is no use hiding the fact that a most mournful state of indifference prevails in bush distr...

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

Circumstances. ' If I were lazy op extravagant, I shouldn't ask you or any other man for money ; I'd be ashamed to. I'd say I deserved to starve and freeze. It is in nowise my fault that I am brought to this condition.' ' If s circumstances, I suppose ' Exactly ; I'd been working for a man in Indiana for nearly a year, and saved up 100 dols. I started to go into partnership with a man buying apples. We expected to make 500 dols. in two months. A mulo suddenly kicked the man and he died— the man did. That's circumstances, ain't it ?' 'Certainly.' 'Thon somebody robbed a store, and: as they couldn't find anybody else to arrest they ccllarecL me. I wasn't within fifteen miles of the store, but they are not at all particular in Indiana. They1 didn't claim I was guilty, but said tliey paid their constables for hustling and expected them to arrest everything lying around loose. Circumstances again, eh?' ' Looks like it.' ' I wasn't content to stay in gaol. It was too confining, and the sa...

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GRAINGER AND FALKINER'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 20 January 1894

GRAINGER AND FALKINER's REPORT. Business in most lines of produce has been fairly active during the week. Maize shows a slightly easier tendency and as new maize from tho northern rivers is now being placed on the Sydney markets there is every prospect that very soon lower figures will have to be accepted. We placed 3 trucks (180 bags) since our last at from 3s to 3s 4.\d, the former price for slightly damaged samples. Potatoes still dull and difficult to place as buyers are very reluctant to operate, unleES for small lots for immediate requirementa. We disposed of 180 bags during the week. Lu«2rnoHay: For prime samples a slightly better tone prevails. Wo havo placed 42 bales since our last. At our Tuesday's sale we disposed of an exceptionally large supply of farm and dairy produce; in butter, about last week's rates were maintained, while egga declined in price. Prime table poultry, especially good young fowls, are selling well ; we disposed of 198 pairs. Pigs: We penned and sold ...

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

Said About Women. A beautiful woman smiling bespeaks a purso. weeping. — Italian proverb. Friendships of women are cushions wherein they stick the'r pins. — Anon. Sho hugged the offender and forgave tlie offence — sex to tho last. — Dryden. A woman has never spoiled anything through silence. — German Proverb. Ho who has a handsome wife must have more than two eyes. — German Baying. What saves the virtue of many a woman is that protecting god, the impossible. — Balzac. Of all animals, cats, flies and women take tho longest time in dressing. — Charles Nodier. Men never are consoled for their first love, nor women for their last. — Jean Jacques Weiss. _ Many women would be quite amiable if they could forget that they are amiable. — Marivaur. There is only one way to praiso a woman ; is it to talk ill of her rival. — Delphino do Girardin. Men should keep their eyes wide open before marriage and half-shut afterward. — Mme Scuderi. Who takes an eel by the tail and a woman at her word may ...

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A Desperate Attack. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 20 January 1894

A Desperate Attack, A remarkable exhibition of ' nerve ' in shooting was given by Colon.pl Nightingale, a famous sportsman of India. He had got a running shot at a tiger from the back of his elephant, hitting him in the shoulder. The beast rushed away and made for some bushes 150 yards off, whence a man emerged. The tiger rushed at him and struck him down. Tiger and man were in a confused heap on the ground. At the risk of hitting the man the O nA henrd f.lio 1in.11 Rhrilro n. The tiger, with a roar, rolled off the man and plunged into a ravine. The colonel's conical bullet liad carried off the lower jaw and fangs of the brute. No other shot could have saved tho man, but without a jaw the tiger could not seize him. The man, who was deaf and moving about the jungle, had only been scratched by the tiger's claws. The tiger was sought. He was waiting to be found, for as soon as he saw the elephant oa the edge of tho ravine ho charged furiously. A ball tnrougn bis neck rolled him ovor an...

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Wedding Bells. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 20 January 1894

Wedding Bells 1 fashionable wedding took place at St. Peter's Church of England, Richmond, on Tuesday, 16th inst., when Miss Lynda Onus, daughter of Mr0 Joseph Onus, of ' Tho Cottage,' Richmond, and Mr. Harry J. Marshall (of Messrs. Higgens, Mar shall and Coy.), were united in the bonds of holy matrimony. The ceremony took place at two p.m., the church being most beautifully decorated, tlie principal adornments being supplied by Messrs. Searl and Co., of Sydnay, and the sacred building was packed with people ; quite a crowd standing at the entrance of the church, being unable to gain admission. Punctually at the hour mentioned, tne maias or nonour entered tlie church carrying baskets of roses and ferrs. They were sis in number. Miss Netta Walker (daughter of the Hon. Wm. Walker, of Windsor), Misses Edie, Hilda, and Bessie Onus being dressed in cream figured muslins and crepon, and picture hats, -nith flowers to mateh the ribbons worn, one in lizzard green, pink, scarlet, and mauve. ...

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

1 I Aro Guarantood to Pivo Evory Satisfaction. Othorwiao will .. ? Exchangod. SEN TKOK ILLUSTRATED I'lU,.', LIS 1', I'raCP.-JS; Be arc jiitatlons and Worthier Foreign Wntohea aJrer tiBCd. Buy only A. SA.UNDBRS' KKHAISLE LKVEItS. Kreetrnde prices. 20a.— The Unrivalled KKYLESS WATCH. A strong, ko fable, cheap watch. £2 10s.— English Lever, lull Jewelled, compensation balance, 2 years' guarantee. £3 10s.— My unequalled English Lever, full covered 05. patent action, 3 yearB guarantee. £4.— My special Key or Keyless Lever, compensation balance, patent action, 3 years' guarantee. £410s.— First-class Key or Keyless Lever, full-covcred cap* patent, hand finished, 4 years' guarantee. £5.— First-class Key or Keyless HnglishfLever, cotnpcnsa tlon balance, lull-covered oap, hand finished, ',5 years' gu irantea £0.— ICey or Keyless English Lever, superior hand-flnlshcd, maintaining power, 5 yearn guarantee. £7.— English Lever, extra strong, flrst-olass hand-flnisliccf; keyless, chronometer balan...

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

Its Here. Its Here. CISH READ THIS WELL. ITS MONEY IN YOUR POCKET. . . ? :0: ? 65KEAT CASH SALE STARTS TO-SMY-. ? ? ? :o:« ? ? Mk Banquet OF BABGAIiTS ; AT GbOTTX^STOI^r i GO'S Osuslta. Sal©, ' - TO-DAY. TO-DAY. Piles of Dresses at Is 6d dozen yards Black Grenadines, Is 6d dozen Homespuns and Beiges, Is lid dress. 'We are Overstocked, and Must Clear it Onto. x 4-clasp Kid Gloves, Is lid pair Black Silk Gloves, 6d pair. Tan Silk Glove3, 6d pair. Does it not startle yon. Tliey are ? Pure Silk, and only 6d pair. Gonlstou and Co.'s Stock Mnit lb® Metered. Boys' Dark Sailor Suits, Is lid suit Men's Colonial Tweed Trousers, 4s 6d pair Boys' Washing Suits, Is lid suit. GOULSTON & CO. INTEND TO MAKE THINGS HUM AT THEIR GREAT CASH SALE. Boys' White Shirts, Is 6d each. Boys' Linen Sailor Collars, 2d each. Six Packets Hair Pins for Id. THE GREAT CASH SALE STARTS TO-DAY. I- , Child's Sox, only Id pair. Few Orepons, 4s lid dress. Coloured Embroideries, Id yard. Are these not hummers. Lad...

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POETRY. THE OLD HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 20 January 1894

POETRY. I THE OLD HORSE. Ay, Bell tho old horse, if you wills For he ia broken down And weak with years— why carc for that / There's plenty in the town To take his plaoe, to do his work. To go the pace he went By day or night, in rnln or shine, Until his strength was spent. He never stopped to reason why, To ask that this be done. Or that; he knew hi» duty, - He did it on the run. He served his mHSter as he best Knew how to servo— and now. Go sell him ; he is loyal and Will afk not, why or how. A horse is not a sentiment ; He cannot think or speak Or vote; then why protect him when He's worthless, old and weak . . . For him no starry banner floats On every breeze tlint blows; For him no pension comforts come When years his labours cease. Ay, sell the old horse, If you will ; He will not ask you why. Nor moke complaint, when he is turned Adrift to starve and die ; But faithful in his labour still, As when they were begun, He will not o ire ; he is content With duty bravely done.

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

THE GREATEST OF ALL THE LIFE COMPANIES. ? ? — :0: ? The Mutual Life Insurance Co. of New York, RICHARD A. BIcCURDY, President. TOTAL ASSETS EXCEED £37,000,000. Purely Mutual ; aU claims settled on the spot immediate!: upon receipt of satisfactory proofs of death and title. PAID ON ACCOUNT OF POLICY-HOLDERS, £87,452,449. Fifty years' experience has taught the management of The Mutual Life of Kot 'York th, forms of insurance beat adapted to popular requirement. Among these are the tacomo Life Policy l.ifo Option Endowment, Six Per Cent. Consol, and the Pol.c.es issued in honour of the Jubilee Year, namely, The Five Per Cont. Debenture, and The Continuous Instalment Policy. z. C. REMNIE, General Manager for Australia. -0- ???? ? — For information regarding tho Company and the different forms of Insurance, apply to jj_EX. MAC KHIGHT, Manager for New South 'Wales, 131 Pitt-street, Sidney; or to MR. EDWARD BLAIR, Agent for Maitland. ? 27

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Muswellbrook Hospital. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 20 January 1894

Muswellbrook Hospital. ANNUAL MEETING, (From Our Oum Correspondent) I The Annual Meeting of subscribers to the Mus wellbrook Hospital and Beuevolent Sociey, was held in School of Arts, on Tuesday evening last. Thero -was only a moderate attendance. Mr. R. T. Keys, President, occupied the chair, and opened the proceedings by reading the advertisement con vening the meeting. After tho usual preliminary business had been disposed of, the Hon Sec. Mr. T. H. M. Burrell, read the subjoined report of the Committee of Management, and the Medical Officer's report, after which the- Hon. Treasurer, Mr. T. J. Haydon, submitted the Balanco-sheet for the past year : — Tlie uommmee ot Management ot the Muswellbrook Hos pital beg to lay before the patrons of the institution their annual report for the year 1893. , The records Bhow that G7 persons— 50 males and 17 females have been admitted for medical treatment during the past twelve monthn. To tlieBO are to be added the persons in the Hospital on ...

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Alterations and Improvements to Rutherford Racecourse. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 20 January 1894

Alterations and Improvements to Rutherford Racecourse. Encouraged by tho success which, has of lato attended its race meetings, and also by the fact that Rutherford was now held by it upon a ten years' lease, tho Northern Jockey Club doterminod to effect some rather important additions aud alterations to the cause which would add much to tho comfort and pleasure of those who patronise its rounions. Mr. A. C. Lee, the well-known arthitect, trus therefore charged with the task of preparing the necuasary plans and specifications and the tender of Messrs. W. Taylor and Sons for tho work was accepted. Briefly stated the alterations are as mentioned below. The rooms bonoath tho gr.anascima nave been almost entirely remodelled, I and have been compelled to give increased and more convenient accommodation. The publio bar has been brought round to the no till end of the grand-stand and tho public por tion incasureB 30 x 20ft., whilst there is a small portion — some ten feet in length — facin...

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SYDNEY BOUDOIR GOSSIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 20 January 1894

SYDNEY BOUDOIR GOSSIP. [Br Zaba.1 My pleasant visit to Katoomba terminated with a delightful picnic at the top of tho Leura falls. A party of fourteen assembled at Cambawarra, Mrs. Wilfred Docker's summer residence, about 3.30, and wo all walked to the Meeting of the Waters, and then followed the stream's winding course until we arrived at the head of the fall. Hero the billy was boiled, and soon after we were all revelling in the excitements of bush tea, and enjoying the dainties of the hamper with a zest only felt at out-door entertainments. Among Mrs. Docker's guests were Mrs. Poster, Mis3 Wallis, the .misses jLfunuy, uuu LUL* missed oicpnen. iu.r. LOI1 (Secretary to his Excellency the Governor) arrived that morning from town, and when doing the sightB of Katoomba with his host, Sir Frederick Darley, joined our party for a time, and then they both continued their excursions. There are bo many pretty spots near Katoomba for picnic parties, but this is quite one of the prettiest. T...

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MEDICAL OFFICER'S REPORT. To the Committee of the Muswellbrook Hospital and Bo[?]volent Society. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 20 January 1894

Medical Officer's Rp.roriT. f io Me committee of the Mu/ticellbrook Hospital and Benevolent . Society. | Gentlemen,— I havo tho honor to submltmy annual rcportot I the patients treated in this institution during tho past year. G7 persons have been admitted— 50 males aud 17 femalos. 3 patients remained in the hospital from the previous year— 3 males and one female, making a total of 71. This is tho preatost number of admissions we have ever had. Compared with the years 1881 and 1882, when only 19 were under treatment for each of these years, the advance ot the institution is very marked, nnd I thmk it speaks for the popu larity of the hospital and the confidence the publio havo in its management. Three patients have died— one from heart dis ease, one from abdominal tumor, nnd one from consumption. 41 patients recovered, l'.i were relieved, 2 left institution after n short residence, ono going to Sydney, aud the other to Singleton. Dr. Wilson has done a great deal of visiting ho.-pita...

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

ROBT. BUR 5 SONS, X-ii-ect Iwipoi-teivs, WEST MIA.KTXj.A.BST.'O. DIARIES « 1884. Letts' Diaries for 1894. Woods' Diaries for 1894. Collins' Diaries for 1894. FULL STOCKS OF THESE POPULAR DIARIES, In All Sizes. Pocket Shape, At 8d, Is, Is 3d,. Is 63, 2s, 2s Cd, 3s, 3s 6d. Postage Extra. Rough Series, For Office Use, 1?, Is 6d, 2d, 2s Cd, - 3s Gd. Postage Extra, from 4d to le each. Full Xwists Hnppliecl. R. Blair & Sons' fr. M. AL1AIAC AND DIARY FOE 1894 wow K,m:^vioY. Contains 'Weather Forecnst for 1S91. Gardening Information for Each Month. Phases of the Moon. Visitors' Directory to Sydney. Postal Information. The New Tariff. And a Host of Other Useful Matter. And, in addition, A Splendid. Diary. PRICK, 8d— POST FREE. PLEASE ORDER EARLY. IF'l.ssIfcB.J.Ba&.gg Taolcle. FULL SUPPLIES TO SUIT ALL REQUIREMENTS. mtFkkA 'VCnEZ&T A3OTX 6VEI 4 BECKETT, GENERAL 3DRAPERS, MERCERS, COTHIERS, and TAILORS. m usSfi i! ib. ? :0: ? Our Splendid. Assorted Stock of L&83...

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Maitland Civilian Rifle Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 20 January 1894

Maitland Civilian Rifle Club. I The fourtli competition aud tho completion of the third tool; place on Friday and Saturday last, Tho weather was mo3t unfavourable ; on Friday tho great heat produced a mirage which was very deceptive, and on Saturday the wind blew a gale, with rain, some members having to retire in con sequence. Followiug aro tho scores : — 500 GOO Handi- yards, yards. cap. Total. C. J. H. King ? 29 ... 27 ... — ... 56 A. Burg ? 30 .. 26 ... — ... 56 M. J. Sheppard ... 24 ... 28 ... 8 ... 55 Clay ? ? ? 30 ... 21 ... — ... 51 T. W. Silko ? 22 ... 17 ... 10 ... 49 J. R. Cox ? 22 ... 18 ... 4 ... 44 G. Norman ? 20 ... 12 ... 9 ... 41 R. F. Crichton ? 24 ... 12 ... 4 ... 40 F. Dimmock ? 25 retired. E. Norman ? 17 retired. C. C.Sefton ? 8 retired. C. C. Sefton ? 22 ... 10 ... 3 ... 35* R. F. Crichton ? 23 ... 0 ... 4 ... 27* * Completion of third competition.

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