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Return match, played at Wallamba, on 1st Jan, 1891:— [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 8 January 1894

Return match, played at Wallamba, on 1st Jan , 169S:— Coolongolook. Mrst Innings. . ? : D. Batohetor, runout.. ? 1 H. French, b Franklen ? 4 M. French, b Franklen ? 0 .Tod Worth, 0 A. Beisler ? 1 J. Soott, run out ? 19 W. Lulham, b Jack Lulham ? 41 James Worth, b franklon ? '. ? 3fi S. Worth, c Franklen, D M. Gleesou ? IS W. Worth, b J. Lulbam ? 2 H. Avery, not out ? 0 T. Avery, b J. Lulham ? 1 Byes ? 9 Total ? .....109 Wallamba. ? ? First Innings. T. Lulhnm, c H. Arery, b Soott..... ? 2 John Gleeson, b Scott ? fi John Lulham, b Soott ? , ? l M. Gleeson, b Joe Worth ? .,. 0 James Gleeson. b Joe Worth ? 0 Jim Frnnklen, b Joe Worth ? 2 A. Bowers, 0 Batchelor, b Soott ? 3 A. Beisler. b Scott ? 0 Jerry Frnnklen, c T. Avery, b Scott ? 9 G. Bowers, b Joe Worth ? 0 J. NeedB, not out ? 0 Byes..* ? 3 Total.... ? 34 Second Im-ings. J. Gleeson, c T. Avery, b Scott... ? '. ? 1 - J. Needs, b Sootrt ? 5 T. Lulham, b Soott ? 12 A. Bowers, b Scott ? 11 J. Lulham, b Soott..., ? ,,...; ? 7 , C. Bower...

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Gardening and Agricultural Memoranda for January. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 8 January 1894

Gardening and Agricultural Memoranda for January. Kitchen* Garden : Continuo to bow for succession peap. beans, turnips, carrots, lettuce, par- nip3, radieh, parsley, and all herbs, cauliflowers, broccoli, &c. Transplant leeks and celery. Pull up forward crops of keeping onions, and stop shoota of pumpkins, vegetable marrow, oucumbers, &c. Water plants that have lately been put out, seed beds, and young f eedling3. — Flower Garden : l\othing spoils the appearance of a garden bo much as weeds and dead leaves: these should be removed as they appear. 'Water should not be spared, care being taken to do eo only after the sun has gone down. Trim and regulate plants. Dahlia? may be planied. Stave and carefully tie up such as require it. Shade delicate plants from the scorching midday sun. — Orciiahd and FnuiT Garden: Hud fruit trees, ro3es, and choice slirubs Carefully attend to vine.', keeping them free from weeds and insects. Gather ripe fruit, Thin what is superfluous. H...

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LATE GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 8 January 1894

IiATE GENERAL NEWS. The following telegram has been forwarded by his Excellency, Sir Robert Duff, to the Marquis of Ripon, Secrotary of State for the Colonies : — ' Have received the gracious reply of their Royal Hignesses the Duke and Duchess of York to the invitation to visit New South Wales, and beg to assure their Royal Highnesses that, while regret iB felt that circumstances prevent acceptance of present invitation, the prospect of a visit on some future occasion is hailed with gratification by the community of this loyal colony.' Sir George Dibbs states that he has no present intention of filling the vacancies in the Legislative Council. He will let the matter stand over till the approaching session is ended. A rather serious washaway hag occurred on the Cooina railway line, and tratiic has been interrupted. On Monday, the 15th instant, there is to be a demonstration at Lithgow to celebrate the opening of tbij first sheet and plate mill and galvanising and corrugating plant in...

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THE WOMAN QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 8 January 1894

THE -WOMAN' QUESTION. A cynical saying of the First Napoleon, we think, bids us look for the woman at tbe bottom at every trouble. Whether the implied disparagement of the sex is deBerved or not, it is at any rate manifest that what may be called the woman question ie not one of the leaBfc of the problems that disturb the civilised world at the present day. Woman is no longer willing to stay where, according to old-fashioned opinion, she was put. She wants to come out of the groove in which the sex has hitherto moved : she is seeking fresh woods and pastures new. And to some extent she is succeeding in the quest Only those who are Btnpidly conservative will aay that woman ought not to enlarge the boundaries of her tboughtB and her energies. But every sensible man will say also that however the position of woman may be im proved, that will be a dangerous and deplor able reform which tnakea her less womanly. Anything that makes her more man-like than her mother and grandmother is an e...

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H. R. A. and H. Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 8 January 1894

H. E. A. and H. Association. The quarterly meeting of the Committee of the Hunter River Agricultural and Horticultural Association was held in the Council Chamber, Town Hall, this afternoon. There were present : — Messrs. R. Scobie John Pearse, John Rourke, J. D. Prentice, J. Leopold, W. S. Harrison, W. Bolt, M. Winter, John Bowden, W. Cracknell, Joseph McDonald, Thomas Prince, W. Mills, J. W. Barden, Thomas Dimmock, Geo. Buxton, W. Logan, and Mr. VV. O. Quinton, Secretary. Mr. John Pearse, one of tho Vice-presidents, was voted to the chair. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. Correspondence. — The Secretary read the fol lowing communications : — From Mr. Harrio Wood, Under-Seoretary of Mines, circular asking whether the Society has any further claims to make for sub sidy on members' subscription, or private contri butions received during the year, and pointing out that only £10,000 has been devoted, and the de partment were first meeting subsides on annual ...

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The World's Fair, Chicago. [NOTES BY JOHN W. PENDER.] (Concluded.) [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 8 January 1894

The World's Fair, Chicago. [Notes by John W. Pender.] {Concluded.} In the agricultural department our wool trophy was a conspicuous object, formed of an immense arch of wool ia bales, and had nothing equal to it on the ground. O wing to Dr. Ken wick being compelled to practice the most rigid economy, many of our ex hibits were not displayed in the artistic manner of other countries; yet they were shown in a way that there was no gainsaying their splendid qualities and value when compared with other competitors. Some countries expended immense sums in costly cases and attractive designs of temples and pyramids, &c., in which to display their wares. This was doubtless a splendid way of advertising, but fortunately did not affect the 1 judges when testing the merits of the articles in competition. Our mines department, in my humble opinion, was the best exhibit at the Fair ; it had an excellent position at the N.W. entrance, opposite Transportation Building. The court oc cupied...

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LATEST SHIPPING. NEWCASTLE. ARRIVALS—To-day. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 8 January 1894

LATEST SHIFPIJSra. ? NEWCASTLE. ARRIVALS— To-dat. The Colonist, Lubra, Augusta, and Emu, from Sydney ; Rock Lily (cutter) and Thetis (steamer), Jane' 7 ' Scottish Moors (shiP- frora Rio de DEPARTURES— To-day. /tM*n11_ /I. ? » n -- wuuouo ^uurque;. tor JNew Zealand j Augusta, for I weed River; Abercorn (barque), for Antofagaata ; for Sydney ; Gosford, for Porb Stephens. Weather fiae and clear.

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Weather Forecast for 1894. [BY SAMUEL NATHAN.] Watch between the Dales. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 8 January 1894

Weather Forecast for 1894. [By Samubl Nathan.] Watch between tha Dates. 31st Dec, 3893, to Jan. 7, 1894.— N.N.E. winds with heat, subject to hot winds ; thunderstorms with rain, N.W. to N.E. 7th to 15th Jan.— Unsettled, winds, fine, subject to excessive heat and thunder causing disturbances from S. 15th to 22nd. — Very changeable by disturbed northerly winds subject to rain. 22nd to 29th.— Fine, with northerly, followed by thunder working to S.W. 29th to Gfch Feb.— Warm weather disturbed by jU, rain. . v~'*'^ Gth to 13th. — Changeable, subjected to heavy disturbances by heat and rain. 13th to 20th.— Every probability of strong N.E. winds working to S.W., unsettled. 20(h to 27th.— This period has to be watched 5 subject to gale with rain. 27th to 7th March. — Fine with northerly ; thun derstorms at times enter this period. 7th to 15th. — H°at pressure has to be watched, fine, changing later into rain. 15th to 21st.— Subjected to fog and heat, bring ing up rain. 21st to 2£th. — Northe...

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[BY TELEGRAPH.] ARRIVALS—JANUARY 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 8 January 1894

[By Telegraph.] AERIVALS— January 8. .Barrabool, rrom Adelaide ; Great Admiral, from New York ; Wodonga, from Melbourne ; Alameda, from San Francisco. DEPATURE. ' Mail steamer Victoria for London, via ports. ?

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY. ARRIVALS.—JANUARY 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 8 January 1894

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY. AEEIYALS. — January 6. Woollooniooloo, 3., 3521 tons (Lund's line), Cap tain B. Goodrham, from London, 12th November, via Adelaide 27th December and Melbourne. Namoi, s., 1415 tons, Captain Knowles, from Newcastle. Electra, a., 395 tons, Captain E. Farreil, from Manning Eiver, Gth January. Tasmania, s., 2252 tons, Captain T. M'Gee, from Auckland ana ports. Emu, s., GIG tons, Captain E. Clarke, from Port Pirie, 1st January. Ocnah, a., 1695 tons, Captain W. Featheratone, , from Newcastle. Lubra, s., 4G7 tons, Captain E. E. Mannigel, from Newcastle. Eosedale, s., 274 tons, Captain L. Paulsen, from Nambucca Eiver, via Port Macquarie. Jakuaet 7. Eodondo s., 1119 tons, Captain Selmes, from. Brisbane. City of Grafton, s., 825 tons, Captain D. Anthon, from Clarence Eiver Gth January. Burrawong, a., 391 tons, Captain E. Taplin, from Macleay Eiver Gth January. Macleay s., 398 tons, Captain Horatio Wood, from Eichmond Eiver 6fch'January. Alice, barque, 819 tons. ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 8 January 1894

—' MARRIAGE. wnRirwAN— ROWLAND.— On the 29tU December, 1893, by to T farter Henry J. Foreman, principal teacher PttbiioSctfool Branxton, to Addie, eldest daughter ot J. . Rowland, Bowrnl. ? ™

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 8 January 1894

'abstract of sales by auction. To-Monnow, Tuesday, January 9. ?Btr Jas. N. JiuuNKER, nt Newcastle, at ten, form and dairy « ^r0^rnBflr^0sfUMEKEs^aor.?art-Newcaatle, at three. M^o'*«Mffi.u£ at throe, farm produce, dairy H. lo°RK°& Son. at the ehed and yards of the RinneM Asso elation, SinKleton, at half-past ten, farm, field, and dairy .Qba^geT&^alkiner, at the Farmers' Central Markets, Singleton, at eleven, iarm and dairy produce, poultry, EDWg8'HiGGENS. Marshall, & Co , at the Municipal Yards, MuBweUbrook, at two. 20 pomes and 80 horses Mr J Enricht, at the Convent, Lochinvar, at three, all the J ^SiiSKS? Co 'at the roldeno. of Mr. H Storey. SHIPPING. THE NEWCASTLE and HUNTER EIVEE STEAMSHIP CO. (Limited.)— The Company's First class PASSENGER STEAMERS NIGHTLY (Stjnbay excepted) FROM SYDNEY at H, and FEOM NEWCASTLE at H.30. Cargo forwarded to and from Morpeth and Sydney daily. Bertha can be secured by letter, or telegram, to the Traffic Manager, Newcastle Off...

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An Adrcit Joker. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 8 January 1894

An Adrcit Joker. To be successful in his calling, an auctioneer should be a ready joker. Some amusing stories arf to'd of a member of the craft, a man of some social importance who turned auctioneer after he had failed in lousiness several times. He opened proceedings with an excellent entertainment of oysters and champagne. He was fche life of the company, and was called upon of course, for a speech, probably for half a dozen. One of Iu'r good things, towards the close, is worfch remembering. It tmrticularlv Dlensed thn f,rarlf- nt flin t.imn ' Gentleman,' raid he, in al'u6ion to the entertain ment,' we are scattering our bread upon the waters, and we expect to find it after many days— buttered !' It w*s in retail sales, however, in the small change of the auction room, that his wit appeared to the most advantage. No catalogue could be too dull for his vjvauity. He was always rapid, and an nnvary customer would be decapitated by his quick electric jest before he felt the stroke. ' ...

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ITEMS OF INTEREST. [ORIGINAL AND SELECTED.] [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 8 January 1894

ITEMS OF IBTTE&EST. [Original and Selbcted.] It used to be the boast of stump orators in America that, whatever might be said against it, it was, at any rate, ' the best poor man's country in the world.' Such an assertion would now, however, sound like the most pitiless mockery, in view of the declaration of tbe American Federation of Labour that there are at present 3,000,000 wage-earners unemployed in the United States, exclusive of brades-unionists. Why, the entire population of the States, when they set up for themselves, was not much more than this. Surely the fact of the unemployed thus amounting in themselves to the number of what at one time would not have been considered a very small nation, is a most sug gestive as well as melancholy one. It may be recommended to the earnest attention of our pro tectionist friends. a little girl named Alice Schlick, aged 2, fell down a well ab Orange on Friday, and in being rawn up by a rope the flesh of her back was torn. She suff...

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CRICKET. IVANHOE AND MARYLEBONE COMBINED 18 v. PEARLS A TEAM. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 8 January 1894

[?] IVANHOE AHD KiftRYLEBQME GO&IBIMEQ 18 v. PEARLS A TEara. The above ir.ntch took place on the Pearls' wicket on Satur day last and resulted in a win for the combined team by 22 runs. I no wicket and L-round being wet will account lor small scores 1 on both sides. The combined team pcorcd Ti : Norman played a Rood innincs (or 10 and Guiiroyle quickly hit up 10, 1'eek and Nott coming next with 7 each. The I'eurla lollowed, and were nil out for 00; Guilfoyle taking C for 19 and Schubert 4 2, 1 1-ryor Ployed a oarcful game for 12. Ilowltt 11 by a flukey innings, and Kerrigan 12, not out, wero the principal scorers. 1' olloiring are tho scores :— IVAHnoES AND MARYLEIIONES. ttrst Inmngs. R. Norman, 0 B. Pryor, b D.Pryor ? 10 J. Buxton, c and b D. Tryor ? 0 F. Schubert, at. G. Cosstick, b H. Tegc ? c *'. Fitness, c J. McT-achlan, b D. Pryor ? 5 J. Guilfoyle, b D. Pryor ? 10 I*. Andrews, b II. TeRg ? 4 K. Nott, c A. Kerrigan, b II. Tcgg ? 7 J. Arkoll, b II. Tegg ? 0 A. Wrightsou,...

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[BY TELEGRAPH.] FORECASTS ISSUED TO-DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 8 January 1894

[By Telegraph.! FORECASTS ISSUED TO-DAY. New South Wales.— Light to fresh winds from S. to S.E., generally, with fine weather over the colony, except some scattered showers on the coast highlands.

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Land Sales. (Gazette Supplement, December 23.) [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 8 January 1894

Land Sales. (Gazette Supplement, December 23.) The following lots of land will be offered for sale by public auction, at the undermentioned places, at the time and on the days specified, at the upset ; price affixed to each lot respectively. Deposit, 25 per cent. At the Lands Office, Armidale, on Wednesday, February 28. Hakdinge : 1 country lot, parish of Elderbury; situate about 20 miles in a northerly direction from Armidale, and about 1 mile north-westerly fr»m the Guyra Eailway Station. Area, 10 acres. Upset price, £3 per acre. At the Lands Office, Coonabarabran, on Wednes day, February 28. Gowen : 53 town lots, parish of Coonabarabran ; situate in the town of Coonabarabran, fronting Birch; Drummond, Huntley, Camp, Cassilis, Ed ward, Horsley, Essex, Knight, Dalgarno, Namoi, Whitei Short, Gordon, and Baradine streets. Area, from 1 rood 4 perches to 2 roods each. Upset price, from £Z to .£12 10s per lot. Gowen : 10 suburban lots, parish of Coonabara bran; situate within the suburb...

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Probable Weather. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 8 January 1894

Probable Weather. Forecasts Issued at 1 p.m. Saturday. New South Wales.— Unsettled, with rain in the east ; then an interval of fine weather, followed by South-easterly weather on or before Monday ; wind light and variable, veering to SE. and S., and pro bably reaching force of a gale on S. coast.— H. C Russell. / - ? '

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COOLONGOLOGK C.C. v. WALLAMBA C.C. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 8 January 1894

COOLONGOLOGK C.C. v. WALLAMBA C.C. Teams from the above cluba met on the Coolongolook cricket ground on Saturday, and after some very good play the match resulted in a win for the home team. The same teams also met on the Wallamba orioket ground on New Year's Day, and after some very exciting play also resulted in an easy win for the Coolongolook team by one innings and 19 runs to spare. Following are the scores :— Coolongolook. first flirtings. .T. Worth, b Franklen ? 0 D. Batchelor, 0 T. Lulham, b Franklen ? 7 M. French, b J. Lulham ? 1 W. Lulham, 0 T. Lulham, b Franklen ? ' S S. Worth, b Franklen ? 3 H. Avery. c Gleeaon, b Franklen ? 7 H. French, b Frnnklen ? 4 ?Toe Worth, 0 J. Lulham, b Gleeson ? 3 Bert Frazer, b Gleeson ? '1 A. B&tchelor, not out ? ., ? 1 T. Avery... ? - ? 0 Byes ? 3 Total ? ..;......... 33 Second Innings. - T. Avery, b Gleeson ? 2 W. Lulham, b Franklen ? 7 H. Avery, b Franklen ? 4 A. Batchelor. b Franklen ? 0 S. Worth, b Franklen ? 11 D. Batchelor, 0 G...

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2nd PEARLS V. EAST MATLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 8 January 1894

2nd PEARLS V. EAST MA1TLAND. The above club3 met at East Maitland on Saturday last, whlon resulted in a win for the former. W. Toohey 29, J Scobie 19, C. White 17, and W. MoLean 11, played well for the' winners ; and J. Rusfell 28 and P. Haye3 11 did likewise for the losers. Appended are the scores : — 2nd Pearls. J. Scobie, b W. Clements ? 19 J. Pryor, b Russell ? i C. White, c Ramsey, b J. Clements ? 17 W. Thompson, c Bonthorne, b J. ClementB ? 7 TV. Toohey, b J. Clements ? 29 M. Ko?s, c Cafferty, b Hodges ? 0 W. MoLean, l.b.w, b Hodges ? 11 H. Dtmmock, o Russell, b Hodges ? 1 S. Thompson, 0 Bonthorne, b Hodges ? 0 H. Hoy, not ont ? 0 B. Holmes, b Hodges ? 2 Sundry ? „........,..„...,........„„. 1 Total ? „ ? 88 East JIaitland. W. Clements, b White ? 1 M. Bonthorne, b White ? 3 J. G. Kussell, b Dimmock ? 28 P. Burg, b White ? 1 B. Ramsay, b Pryor ? 0 J. Clements, b White ? 0 P. Hayes, h.o.w., b White ? 11 J, Hodges, c Thompson, b Diramock ? G J. Garnham, c Toohey, b White ? 1 A. D...

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