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LATEST SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY. Saturday afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 13 January 1894
LATEST SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. [Bz Tblegraph from the Press Association.] SYDNEY. Saturday afternoon. In the case o£ the death of Eobert Halliday, which occurred at Nymagee two hours after col lapsing at the local police conrt, where he was charged with maliciously wounding, the jury re turned a verdict that deceased died from an over dose of chlorodyne and laudanum taken to induce sleen. The steamer Arcadia took four hundred tons of butter away from Melbourne for London. . The schedule of prizes to be offered by the Eoyal Agricultural Society for ita Metropolitan Show, to be opened on March the 21st, has been issued. Entries cIobo on February 24th. A number of additional prizes are offered this year. The Port Hunter and Port Melbourne, wool steamers, from Sydney and Melbourne, arrived in London on the 11th and 10th inst. respectively, the latter after a smart voyage of 38 days. A bush fire occurred yesterday afternoon near Saltpan Creek, a few milea from Bankstown, and owing to the stro...
The Revenue for the Years 1891-2-3. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 13 January 1894
The Eevenue for the Years 1891-2-3. The Colonial Treasurer has had statements pre pared showing the increase and decrease in CustomE ??? receipts during 1893 as compared with 1892, and in the latter year as compared with 1891. Eegarding 1892, the fixed duties under the old tariff showed an increase on certain items of ^fiinan. and p. -io-. crease in other items o? £217,535, the net decrease for the year being £216,515. On specific duties under the old tariff there was an increase on^ certain items of £3302, and a decrease upon other items of £154,183, ths net decrease being thus £150,881. The increase in connection with the two items was £4322, and the decrease £371,718, . or a net decrease of £367,396. With regard to the specific duties and the ad valorem duties under the new tariff, both rates for 1892 show an increase, the total being £872,968. With respect to the, excise, there was an increase on certain items of £3946, and a decrease on other items £2630, being a net increase o...
WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 13 January 1894
WEEKLY CALENDAR. iZ FHigh Water at Sun Sun |*a si,1 Newcastle. Rises. Set3. IgS1; ? ; ? | !jg | Morn. I Even. it. m. n. m. I n.' m. it. u January.. 18 Sat. 0. G 7.12 fi 11.59 — .— 14 Sun. 6 . 7 7 . 11 7 12 . 10 12 . 30 15 Mon. 5. 8 7.11 8 12.55 1 . 21 1G Tues.fi. 9 7.11 » 1.40 2.20 V 'Wed. 5 . 0 7 . 11 10 2 . 53 3 . 84 18 Thura. C . 10 7 . 10 11 4 . 14 4 . 58 ? 10 Fri. 5 15 7 . 10 12 5 ? 41 C . 13 Changes of the Moon. New Moon, Sunday. January 7,lh. 12m. p.m. First Qanrter. Monday, January 15, lOh. 14m. a.m. Full Moon, Monday, January 22, Hi. 16m. a.m. Last Quarter, Monday, January 29, 2h. 5Gm. a.m.
LATEST BANKRUPTCY. FRIDAY, JANUARY 12. VOLUNTARY SEQUESTRATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 13 January 1894
LATEST BANKRUPTCY. Feiday, January 12. voluntary sequestrations. Benjamin James Wallace, of Silver-road, near Forbes, labourer. Mr. A. Morris, official assignee. John Ward Farrow, of Harden, contractor. Mr. L. T. Lloyd, official assignee. John Charles Greenfield, of 28 Charlofcte-place, Church-hill, boarding-house-keeper. Mr. A. Morris, official assignee. Eobert Elly Begg, of ' Morris-street, Summer Hill, solicitor. Mr. E. M. Stephen, official assignee.
Late Commercial News. Sydney, Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 13 January 1894
Late Commercial News. Sydney, Friday evening. The day's business in the Stock and Share-., market was small. Union Bank shares were sold: at an advance of ?$. Australian Joint Stock were again dealt in at yesterday's quotation, and there waB also a sale of Bank of New South Wales Steam shares are unchanged. United Insurance were quitted at an advanca of 2a. Beyond a Bale of Colonial Sugar at previous quotations no other busineBa was transacted, and the list of quotations was undisturbed. The following sales were reported at tho Sydney Stock Exchange at noon to-day : — Union Bank 34$; United Insurance, 56s; and Colonial Sugar,' 26.V. At 4 o'clock : A. J.S. Bank, 41s 6d ; and New South Wales, 28$. Business continues quiet, and there is an entire absence of speculation. A fair number oE orders for the country are in hand, but they are mostly of ? small amount. Town trade remains dull and spirit less, and, although there will no doubt be an improvement sooner or later, it is not very cl...
Gardening and Agricultural Memoranda for January. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 13 January 1894
Gardening and Agricultural Memoranda for January. Kitchen Garden : Continue to sow for succession peap, bean?, turnips, carrots, lettuce, par-nips, radi.-h, parsley, and all herbs, cauliflowers, broccoli, Sc. Transplant leeks and celery. Pull up forward crops of keeping onions, and stop slioota of pumpkins, vegetable marrow, cucumbers, &c. Water plants that have lately been put out, set d bed?, and young teedlingB — ? Flower Garden : Nothing =j-,oila the appearance of a garden BO much as weeds and dead leaves: these should be removed as they appear. Water 6houlil not be spared, care being taken to an bo oniy uuer uic uuu iwa gone uown. mm unu reguiuie plants Dahlias may be planted. Stake and carefully tie up Booh be require it. Shade delicate plants from the scorching midday auu. — Orchard and Fruit Garden : Bud fruit trees, roses, nnd choice shrubs Carefully attend to vines, keeping them free from weeds and insects. Gather ripe lruit. Thin what is superfluous. Birds are ver...
She Died with Him. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 13 January 1894
She Died with Him. Doctor Junker, a scientific explorer, travelled through Africa without armed escorts, accompanied only by his native attendants and carriers. He had brought from west of the Makua a pair of red-tailed parrots. Their wings beiug clipped, they were allowed to go about freely in the enclosure ; but tho queen, who was specially attached to Doctor Junker, would perch half the day together by his side. Unfortunately the pair came to a tragic end. The king bird had somehow fallen from the perch, and received some internal injury. Seeing him on the ground, bleeding from the beak, says the Doctor, I brought him to my couch, and laid him first, on one side and then on tho other, to give him a little ease ; but all to no purpose, and in about an hour he lay dead, with outstretched wings. Meanwhile the queen parrot, who had probably witnessed the accident, came in, and began to behave in a most extraordinary manner. First she imitated to the life all the movements of her dyin...
SATURDAY, JANUARY 13, 1894. THE COMING ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 13 January 1894
SATUKDAY, JANUARY 13, 1894. THE COMING ELECTION. Accoedihg to the estimate of the Chief Electoral Officer, there will be about five thousand appeals to the revision courts for enrolment upon the electoral lists. Toe greater number of the appeals come from claimants in the metronolifcan district;*. In the country districts it is said that either the liBta were perfectly compiled in the first instance, or omitted electora have not cared to inspect the rolltt and make application for insertion of their names. On the whole, fleeing that no less than 2177 appeala were lodged in the metropolitan electorates, that the activity of appeal was largely the activity of leagues and associations in stir ring up electors rather than tba spontaneous activity of individuals, and that the whole of the remaining appeals up to five thousand, . are scattered over all the provincial elec torates, the prospects of the general election some time hence are not assuring to the friends of good government. For...
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. PARLIAMENT AND THE LAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 13 January 1894
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. PARLIAMENT AND THE LAND. Sir, — It is noticeable that amid the multitude of election addresses now being delivered very few allusions to the land question are to be found, although it is one o£ vital importance to the colony. There is a good deal said about throwing the whole Burden of taxation on the land, but very little about inducing people to settle on the land, or encourage those already in occupation by lease or purchase to persevere in the work of developing the pastoral and agricultural industries. In South Australia the results of neglect or improper treatment of the land question is shown in the utter prostration of the pastoral industry. The pastoralisfca, instead of being assisted in their struggle against the difficulties of soil and climate, have simply bean driven to throw up the sponge, and abandon the conflict. What has been done in South Australia is sought to be done in New South Wales. On the pretence that it is sought to encourage settlem...
A Gambler Gives his Life to Save his Wife and Baby. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 13 January 1894
A Gambler Gives his Life to Save his Wife and Baby. A company of ranchmen sat about the railroad station in Pomona the other afternoon waiting for the belated overland train for Los Angeles. Every man in the party knew the others, and there being an hour or two to wait, story-telling of the early days on the border and in Arizona and California came natural, jssories 01 01a mines, wuen xuaians were bad and the white pioneers knew what bravery meant, were related. John Wilson of El Monte, told the most absorbing story of the hour : Talk about sand in a man, gentlemen ! I am telling you that it takes sand of the genuine article in any man to try and stand off single-handed forty or fifty Apaches, when he knows just how the scrap will end and that the end will be his own death. But that was just the kind of saad that was in Felix Knox when he was killed by the Apaches. You see, Knos was an all-round gambler, such as the tenderfoot from the East scorns so much and knows so little about,...
West Maitland Borough Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 13 January 1894
West JVEaitland Borough Council. A special ineoting of this Council was held in the Council Chamber last evening. There were pre sent : Tho Mayor (Mr. H. Crothers), Aldermen Ross, Lipscomb, Cracknell, Taylor, Gillies, Maher, Touug, Eibee, Birkenhead, and Dimmock. Minutes ii. piuviuna mutjomg were reaa ana connrmeu. CouuEsroNDENCK,— The correspondence included etters from Mr. J. A. Thompson, Sydney, with ;heque for £5 Gs 8d, rates for Parnell's land re sumed for embankment ; from Mr. J. A. Rossbach, that he would have the culvert at Campbell's Hill ixtendoi from the Main North Road to Mount Pleasant-street ; from Mr. J. W. Embleton, asking permission to erect a sign board aross the footway in front of his premises in Little Hunter-sfcroefc ; Ecom the Board of Hoaltb. Sydney, with report of analysis of water from the dairies of K. Pinfold, Job. Robinson, Jas. Laybutt, and Benjamin Long. The report recommended that a further sample be sent from one of these place3 in a month's time ; o...
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY. ARRIVALS.—JANUARY 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 13 January 1894
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY. ARKIVALS ? JANOAJlY 12. Tambo, s, 780 tons, Captain J. Wavieb, from S&ahan, via Hobart. f, Oakland, 1, 398 tone, Captain B. Alloy, from Richmond Eirer, anuaiy 11. Axawa, R.H.S., S02G tons, Captain J. Stewart, fromVan oouver, 18th December. ^Oonah, b, 1G35 tone, Captain W. J. Fcatbcrstonc, from Hobart. DBPARTURES.-Jakuakt 12. Vnnelagh, s, for Melbourne and Adelaide. Glanwortb, s, for Brisbane and ports. Karaeruka, a, for Southern ports. Burrumbeet, s, for Melbourne. Hauroto, s, for Wellington. [Fkom the Press TEi/EauAFH Association.] ARRIVALS.— TO-PAY. Saturday. ~Soath:rn Cross, from London Namol, from Newcastle ; Lark (oohooner) from New Hebrides. DEPARTURES.— TO-DAY. Tamar (ship; for London, with 6430 bales wool and a lnrpr quantity of sundries. Beeswing, for Brisbane ; Melbourne, fo Fort Pirie j Industry, for Newcastle. Oonah, for Newcastle. ?
The Spider and the Fly. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 13 January 1894
The Spider and the Ply. A. case which was decided at Worship-street, London, ouNot. 6, throws considerable light upon the ways of the less reputable sort of money-lender. An unfortunate person named Kane, who had been a bombardier in the Eoyal Artillery, and was entitled to a pension of £4 a quarter, was intro the name of Woodroof, who advanced him £2. When Kane's pension of £4 fell due Woodroof appears to have taken the whole of it, and to have made him another advance of £2 upon the same favour able terms as before. This amusing game was, apparently, kept going for three years, the whole of Kare's pension, £48 in all, passing through his creditor's hands, which retained now more, now less, of the quarterly 6um. As Mr. Woodroof's advocate truly enough stated, there is no law against usury in this country, and, had he con fined himself to the exaction of 200 per cent., he wonld have been all right as far as the law is con cerned. Happily, he waB juat a little too clever, and, in con...
ITEMS OF INTEREST. [ORIGINAL AND SELECTED.] [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 13 January 1894
ITEMS OP INTEREST. [Original and Selected.] . The last place one would look for a joke is perhaps an Act of Parliament, yet one has been discovered there before to-day. Probably the next most unlikely quarter for that sort of thing is the actuarial report of a life assurance society ; but we read in connection with recent calculations of the actuary of the Australian Mutual Provident Society, as published in a contemporary : ' Mr. Teece found that, contrary to the experience of other countries, the mortality among women at the child-bearing ages was less than among men, the risk of death in childbirth being found hera less than that among men, probaoly from accidents or other causes.' Will Mr. Teece kindly explain ? At the inquest conserning the death of an old man named John Russell, aged 73, who wa3 found in the Yarra, it transpired that he was penniless and in debt. He left a letter in which he stated, ' I have outlived my time.' ' Did I know Wild Ryan ? Well, I should just think...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 13 January 1894
''abstract or sales by auction. Monday, January 15. — mi- t N Brunkeb. at the Campbell's Dill yards, at eleven Ik US fat cattle ; 870 tat Bheep ; 120 lat and store piga. SHIPPING. ? ,„ THE NEWCASTLE and HUNTER RIVER STEAMSHIP CO. (Limited.)— The Company s First-class PASSENGER STEAMERS NIGHTLY (Bunsay excepted) FROM SYDNEY at 11, and FROM NEWCASTLE at 11.30. Cargo forwarded £ - to and from Morpeth and Sydney daily. Berths .£ ean be secured by letter, or telegram, to the Traffic Bi Manager, Newcastle Office. ? de manager, ?-« ^ ^ thom;aSj Manager. y] RELIGIOUS. ? ™ St. MABIHS 'CHURCH, aj WEST E9AITLAND. 6( DIVINE SERVICE TO-MORROW, SUNDAY '~ — Morning 11, Evening 7.30. The RIGHT REV. The LORD BISHOP of NORTH QUEENSLAND WILL PREACH IN THE MORNING. W. H. H.'YARRINGTON, Incumbent. JOHN LEE, f churcll. ' _______ I Wesleyan Church, West Mainland SUNDAY, JANUARY 14. -£ Preacher: Rov.J.E.CARRUTHERS. N( 11a.m. — ' Lights m Dark PlaceB.' th 7.30 p.m. — ' The Sins and Sorrows of a Great City.'...
THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 13 January 1894
THE DAY. JAUUAnr 13 —New Year's Day. old Btyle. St. KontlKern, otherwise at. Mungo, ot Gl3Pgow, C01 ; St. Veronica ol Milan, K07. TUo 13th of January i* held oa St. Hilary's Day by tlio Church of Knqland. On this day, accordingly, besins the Hilary Term nt Cambridge, tliousn on the 14th at Oxford ; concluding rcsiieciivciy on the Kriday arid .Saturday nexlbeiore Palm Sunday. /torn. — Charles .Tame3 Vox, nlati-smnn, 1748. Dial.— George Fox, founder of the nect of Quakers, lf.nO; Dr. Jamca BIcKnight, 1800 ; Earl of Eldon, formerly Lord Chancellor of England, 188S. Eveuls. — Sermon byPopel'ius theNint'.i, 1S17. Change of style in Great Britain, IV.)2. January 14 — SS. luaiDR anrt Sabbas, 273. St. Bnrbascemi nuc, f4 . St. Hilary li!,'SCS, Sfe. Felix. Born.— Prince Adam Cznrtotfyaki, 1770. Dial.— Edwurd Lord liiuce, lGlo ; Dr. John Boyse, trans lator ot the Bible, 1043 : Madame de Sevinge, 1GDS ; Edmund Halley, astronomer, 1742; l-r. George Berkeley, Biehop of Coyne, 1753. Jsvents —Great...
LATE NEWS BY CABLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 13 January 1894
LATE ETSWS BY CABLE. The following messages have been taken from the Herald:— .. , London, Jan. 12. - ? The police at Palermo have made an important seizure of arms in the disaffected portion of the JViTU* J.'« uuuuq»*u.i* HUGO CttUU. TBUV/ ICYUIVCIO lY (?!?(? :6nfiscated. Several bombs have been exploded in ;he province of Ancona, Italy. A Daiziel Agency telegram states that a dyna mite bomb has been exploded in a poor district in New York. One tenant house was shattered. Several other bombs were fouud in the vicinity. It is reported that the United States represen tative at Honolulu has reaeived orders from Wash ing to censure the Ptovisional Government in Hawaii, but otherwise to remain inactive pending' the deciBion of Congress. The Earl of Kimberley, Secretary of State for the Indian Department, is seriously ill. He is in his 68fch year. The election for the Horncastlo Division of Lin coln, in the Houae of Commons, to fill the vacancy caused by tne death of the Right Hon. Edwar...
NEWCASTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 13 January 1894
NEWCASTLE. As many young people from your town are fond of coming for a friendly dip into the briny ocean, we would utter a ^word of friendly warning as no later than yesterday several mishaps oc curred nearly resulting in fatality. Last evening fl. TVTlRR Tipnf:Tl-si»Viw Iran T^oinnr nar*.?*^ /\nfr l\*r t\\n current and a young man named Edwards seeing her danger immediately rushed into the water and with great difficulty rescued her. In the early morning Mr. F. Wearne, succeeded at great risk in rescuing a young man who was in imminent danger, Drs. Beeston and Nickson had great difficulty in restoring animation, but luckily succeeded, and the young man left the hospital for his home, A special meeting of the City Council was held laBt evening, and the case to which we have already referred was before the meeting. The City Solicitor sent a letter, which was read, in which he complained of being uniuatly dealt with. Very rough talk was indulged in re garding the case, and the Mayor ...