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SYDNEY TURF CLUB RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 10 January 1894
SYDK2EY TURF CLUB RACES. The following weights have been declared for the above meeting on January 26 : — Challenge Stakes. — Jeweller 10-4, Marvel 10-2, Newman 9-8, Sundial 9-0, All Sorts 8-12, Florrie 8-12, Shamrock 8-10, The Captain 8-10, Laun ceaton 8-8, Whakawatea 8-8, Division 8-P, Clinker 8-6, Bendigo 8-4, Hero 8-4, Buccleuch 8-4j Kinkora 8-2, Hurrah 8-2, DoDizetti 8-2, C.B. 8-0, Alexander 8-0, Dan O'Connor 8-0, Candour 7-12- Bliss 7-12, Triton 7-12, Ophir 7-10, M.L.A. 7-10, Messmate 7-10, Burton 7-10, Gloria 7-S, Hirondelle 7-8, Kookaburra 7-6, Veno 7-6, Hermit 7-6, Miles Standish 7-4, 'CJlric 7-4, Cannon 7-4, Calliope 7-0, Nina 7-0, Salutation 7-0, Kilmore 6-12, Peacock 6-12, Melodia 6-10, Nabba 6-10, Argos 6-9, The Driller 6-9, Vangrave 6-9, Musketoon 6-9, Grand witch 6-7, Gala 6-7, Pensive 6-7, Mirrideng 6-7, Duke of Kent 6-7, First Shot 6-7. Collarette 6-7. Anniversary Handicap.— Newman 9-3, Camoola 9-0, Sunshine 8-11, Little Bernie 8-9, Utter 8-7, Florrie 8-5, Mahee 8-5...
LATE SPORTING NEWS. [FROM THE PRESS TELEGRAPH ASSOCIATION.] Sydney, Wednesday. CANTERBURY PARK RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 10 January 1894
LATE SP0RT1G HEWS. [From thb Prbss Telegraph Association.] Sydney, Wednesday. CANTERBURY PARK RAGES. Following, are the weights for Saturday's meeting : — Hurdle Eace. — Cadet 12-S, Waratah 117, Barzan 11-4, Sbiraz 10-0, Billy 10-0, First Lord 9-11, Mark Twain 9-9, Marque 9-7, Martinet 9-7, Cogbill 9.5, Zingara 9-3, Hornet 9-0. Flyino Handicap. — Clinker 9-0, Bentii^o 8-11, Ballater 8-9, Bliss 8-7, Heatherbell 8-4, M.L.A. 8-4, Kookaburra 8-0, Brown and Gold 8-0, Miles Standieh 7-11, Calliope 7-9, Nina 7-9, Killarney 7-7, Peacock 7-7, Menter 7-4, Little Mab 7-4, Gil Bias 7-4, Albercore 7-2, Chesterman 7-2, Idana 7-0, Patroness 7-0, Dutch Hoe 6-9. Dolce 6-7. Park Stake3. — Melodia 8 7, Pearl Powder 8-2, Waratah 7-11, Geebung 7-9, The Driller 7-9, His Reverence 7-9, Claverhouse 7-7, Captivity 7-7, Dag worth II. T-7, Althea7-4, Dolce 7-4, Merrybelle 7-4, Grand Witch 7-2, The Wier 7-2, Coral 7-2, Topsy 7-0, Princess Olga 7-0, Avonmore 6-11, King Jewel 0-9, Lady Elizabeth 6-9, Gala 6-7, C...
ALBURY. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 10 January 1894
ALBURY. Wednesday. Tne Queensland aboriginal Willie, alais Tinam burra extradited by the Victorian Polioe Force, was presented at the police eourt to-day, on a charge of being concerned in the murder of a Polish exile named Sewenyn Mursckiewitz, at Dora Dora, on May 2, 1891. Only formal evidence was taken, and accused was remanded for eight days for the production of farther evidenoe.
LATEST SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY. Wednesday afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 10 January 1894
LITEST SPECIAL TELEGEAIS. [By Telegraph vrom thb Pbbss Telegraph Association.! SYDNEY. Wednesday afternoon. A young woman named Mildred Merrit was re manded at the Police Court this morning on a charge of having stolen a number of articles be longing to J. G. Warr, of Mooro Park, in -whose employ she was as a domestic. In the summons division of the Water Police Court to-day John Dalveen and George Williams were each fined £5 for breaches of the Betting Houses Suppression Act. Two other offenders, Solomon Collins and Frederick Miller, were each fined £2. Voluntary sequestrations: Patrick Dwyer, West Maitland ; Mr. Lloyd, official assignee. Estate of Eobert Barclay Wallace, late of Newcastle, mer chant, deceased, by his executrix, Eliza Allan Wallace, of Newcastle ; Mr. Lloyd, official assignee* The following decrees were made absolute in the Divorce Court this morning :— Elizabeth Archibald v. Kobert Archibald, petitioner to have custody of the children; Annie Maria Donnelly v. Thom...
SINGLETON. Wednesday afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 10 January 1894
SINGLETON. Wednesday afternoon. An elderly man named Charles McKiber, a tailor, whilst under the influence of drink, tried to drown himself in the river thi3 raorniHg. He was rescued and is now in the lockup. Mrs. Meyn, an old resident o£ Singleton died in Sydney yesterday, aged 78. Her body will be brought up for burial here. Nice rain fell last night and the country is beginning to have an improved appearance.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 12 January 1894
LIST OF PERSONS AUTHORISED TO Sell the ' Maitland Mercury. SINGLE COPIES CAN ' ? ALWAYS BE PUftCH&S'£S3; FBOM THE UNDERMENTIONED PERSONS !— West RSniilnnil. Messrs. R. BLATR & SONS, Booksellew High-3treet Mr. W. G. LIPSCOMB, Bookseller, High street Mr. EDWAED BLAIR, Book«ellerr High-street Mr. THOS. DIMMO0K, Printer Hfgh-Btrert Mr. W. T. POULTON, Bookseller, Hlgh-stiee* Mr. J. GRACE, Louth Park Road Mr. A. D. M'DOWALD, Tobaoconirt, High-street ' MR. GEO. BHXT0N, Tobacconist, etc., High-street And from BOYS IN THE STREET? East Maitland. ' ' Mr. DAVID LEY, Chemist And from BOYS IN THE STREETS. Buchanan. Mrs. THOS. AVISON, Storekeeper Morpeth. Mr. J. P. jBFTLER. Hlnton. MR. A. SEAELES, Saddler. Paterson. Mr. J. HAG-AKT, Auctioneer - . Wallsend. ?'' , - Mr. THOS. M'ORAE. \ / Hexham. . v. ' MISS WATSON, Postmistress. ' ' ? ' Lambton. Mr. THOS. GRIERSON, Elder-street. 1,' ' Mlnml. . ; Mr. GEORGE HOGG. NewcasUo. ' -. Mr. H. ASSER, Statlonor. Mr. B. LANGER, News Agent. Copoi...
The Export of Wines. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 12 January 1894
The Export_of Wines. We have received the article below from the Department of Agriculture. It should receive th earnest attention of our wine growers generally — The difficulties connected with the Dlacino and disposing of pure and sound AustraHan W nf on the London Market bid fair to be fily and ^lll0'^ ™™.™- . A letter has been «- JTTnP f '?/'?Pa™wnV-i; AS'cnlt«e from Mr. C.A. W. Lett, Curator of the New South wXi section of the Imperial Institute, in which that gentleman points out that at present, owinfto the unsatisfactory manner in which the Australian wine trade has been manipulated, LgHah 0On° sumers have become preiudicfld T^-T^if- \ of this is the difficuityiSating^eguEupS al«osetiou,lj,ffe,M their reputation at the^S1StC™'S™'i!1'l'i™s ™ te»S naae t,£,-ti*.s t wpSs«ra«d.s sample shipments forwarded to him sold in the suggests that r.lio m™t. o,,:*.»ui- _ ? s PurP0S! ao Hinnn nf fo,v ? JT C'*1J'U1U wines zo send are retaflea X ^»i Sl «d maturity- ^i-* could be He win In Tb...
LATEST CABLEGRAMS. London, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 12 January 1894
LATEST CABLEGRAMS. [Fitoic the Press Telegraph Association.! London, Thursdav. Ifc is believed that the report of the massacre of fifteen members of the Bechuanaland Border police beyond Inyati, north-east of Buluwayo, has been confounded with reports as to the fate of Captain Wilson's party. In the House of Commons this evening, Mr. W. i'. tlyies, M.P. for Shipley Division of the West Riding, Yorkshire, urged the Government that it should endeavour to bring about a mutual disarm ing in Europe prior to adding to the navy. Mr. Gladstone, in reply, admitted the importance of the subject, but expressed a doubt if it would be any use to move in that direction at present. The Foreign Office has instructed British Consuls abroad to discourage immigration to England. This step has been taken with a view of putting a stop to alien pauper immigration. London, Friday. Vaillaint, the French anarchist, will appeal against the sentence of death passed upon him Telegcams from Rio de Janeiro state...
Late Commercial News. Sydney, Thursday evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 12 January 1894
Late Commercial News. Sydney, Thursday evening:. In the Stock and Share market there was little or no improvement in business. Not much is expected to be done in bank stock until after the meetings to be held. The dividends will produce a little money, and may impart a degree of life which is at present wanting. Commercial Bank of Sydney B shares were sold at 82-, and Australian Joint Stock at 43s 6d. Other banks were neglected, the quotations being without material alteration. Steam and insurance were quoted about the same aa . yesterday. Australian Gaslight were again dealt in at previous quotation. Trustee stocks were rather weaker; otherwise quotations were substantially as before. The following sales were reported at the Sydney Stock Exchange at noon to-day : — Commercial Banking Company of Sydney B 8^, and Australian Gas 12; and at four o'clock— A. J.S. Bank 43s 6i, and Australian Gas 12. Few transactions of moment came under notice in the import market to-day, though there wa...
Pastoral News, Stock Movements, and Markets. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 12 January 1894
Pastoral News, Stock Move ments, and Markets. Dubbo Stock Report. — The weather during the week has been somewhat changeable. It has been stormy and looking like rain, but very little has fallen. We have had a few showers, but we could do with more. The country around looks dry, and a good downpour woula not only cause a shoot but effectually insure against bush fires. Stock move ments are not many. The state of the markets is not sufficiently attractive to cause owners to send in. In a week or two rat sheep will, however, be sent away from many properties.— Dispatch Jan. 12. Hat Stock Report. — The following are the stock movements since our last : — Crossings. — 2nd January, 2000 sheep from Waverley, going to Hay boiling down works, Neil Mclnness in charge. January 5th, 15,800 mixed sheep from Kilfeva to Ricketson's boiling down works, Deniliquin, S. P. White in charge. January 8th, 4000 sheep from Parslow's selection near Maude, for Syduey, owner in charge ; 280 rams fromEliElwah...
ITEMS OF INTEREST. [ORIGINAL AND SELECTED.] [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 12 January 1894
ITEMS OP INTEREST. [Original and Selected.'! A well-known Sydney society lady made a novel departure lwst week ia the way of social entertain ment in the shape of a bathing party for both sexes at the Bronte Baths. A number of well-known 6ociety ladies and gentlemen were present, and en joyed the novol situation immensely. The swim ming party dispor ted themselves in their picturesque costumes under the light of the moon, which was more becoming than the garish light of day, which would be liable to show up possible defects in com plexion or figure, after a dip 'in the briny.' It is said that several other ladies intend to organise similar parties of this kind, for which our climate is so suitable. The Agricultural Department has received several fine samples of fruit grown on the State Farm at Kichmond. The samples, which include principally peaches and nectarines, are the product of very young trees. They all exhibit a healthy appearance, and while of a size much larger than is or...
Mr. Connolly at Branxton. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 12 January 1894
Mr. Connolly at Branxton. (From our Oreta Correspondent.) In pursuance of his electioneering campaign, Mr. J. Connolly addressed a very large meeting at Branxton on Wednesday evening. Tl\e meeting was held in front of Mr. Riley's Hotel, and Mr. Patrick was in the chair. In introducing the candidate Mr. Patrick said be had only to ask them to give him a fair hearing and then let each, say tor himself if he was the right sort of man to command their suffrages. He (tbe speaker) had had no thought he would be called on to preside that evening, yet he did it willingly, as he was never afraid to give his aid and countenance to the cause he esponsed. Mr. Connolly said he did not need fco inform the meeting that a mo3t important epoch for the country was approaching. They were aware that a general election was almost on them, and it was the duty of every individual possessed of the func tions and true to the interests of this grand country to be up and doing. Well he was before them that ev...
Little Bits of Information. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 12 January 1894
Little Bits of Information. Russia produces 111,640 barrels of petroleum daily. Over 1,000,000 Germans live in large American cities. ^ . In one 'summer the descendants of a fly will number 2,080,320. . ? A physician says that practice at singing wards off consumption. . ? A census taken in 1891 places the Bonulation of India at 287,000,000. Condors have been killed in Peru with wings of forty feet spread. All animals wh03e habitat is the Arctic regions turn white in winteir. The pouch of a large pelican will' contain seven or eight quarts of water. Wine is frequently used instead of water in Spain in mixing shoe-blackening. It is said that Mine. Pompadour used to spend .£25,000 a year in perfumes. The farmer in Japan who has ten acres of land is looked upon as a monopolist. A Frenchman is experimenting with a phonograph upon the largunge of hens. People never think of whistling in Iceland, It's a violation of the divine law. In New York the average number of persons to a welling is...
Church of England.—Diocese of Newcastle. SUNDAY SCHOOL EXAMINATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 12 January 1894
Church of England. — Diocese of Newcastle. SUNDAY SCHOOL EXAMINATION, The committee of religious education for the- diocese of Newcastle iiave supplied us with the following information relative to the annual Sunday School examination, which was held on December 1st, 1893 : The candidates were examined in two divisions1, uoner and lower, those in the latter beine? under twelve years of age. The examination was oon ducted by means of -three printed papers, whioh, were answered in writing-, the subjects beings 'Bible History,' 'The Book of Genesis,' and the ' Parables,' ' Prayer Book and Repetition of Set Passages from Bible,' ' Prayer Book and Hyma Book.' The Rtv. J. W. Debenbam, M.A.,. well known as the editor of the Australian Sunday School Magazine, who set the questions and examined and appraised the answers, makes these remarks in the course of a valuable report on the examination : ' 'The increase in the number of parishes- and schools sending- scholars, and of the candidates c...