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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 17 February 1894

BONE MILLS, DENTON PARK. WE ARB PREPARED TO BUY BONES, ir large or small quantities, in Trucks, al Parley or at Works. — James Russell & Co. 719C TANKS ! TANKS ! ! TANKS ! ! ! GALLON IRON' (malt) ; fresh emptied j TDv/Vf Very cheap. 7388 MnlTLAND BREWING CO. DA JfGKELL Yllft, 112 PHILLIP-ST-, Legally Qualified and Registered by the Medical Board of New South Hales. PROFESSOR OF ELECTRO-MEDICINE AWO THERAPEUTICS. Prizeman of his College in Obstetrics, Forensic Medicine, and Toxicology ; Honors in Anatomy, Physiology, Histology, Practical Chemistry, Botany, and Medicine ; author of ' Lectures on the Micro scope' and Treatises on Consumption, Extra Uterine Gestation, and various specific subjects. .Formerly Medical Officer of Health, London Port sanitary authority, Public Vaccinator English Govei nmcnt, Railway Medical Officer, Surgeon to the Police, and Hospital Physician. THIS EMINEN1 SPECIALIST, whose experi ence of 23 Years' continuous practice enables him to GUARANTEE THE ...

Publication Title: Maitland Weekly Mercury, The
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OFFICIAL LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 17 February 1894

OFFICIAL LETTERS. Mr. J. W. Bower, M.L.A. for Morpeth, has asked publication of the following : Public Works Department, Sydney, 14th Feb., 18£H. Sir,' — With reference to your application tor a punt to be placed at Eagleton, and to your personal . wi* vuc ouvijctu, x am uireuceu to in form you that the Secretary for Public Works has Approved of the old punt being sent to the island near Largs, and the punt at that place to bo removed to Eagleton, but it ia upon the understanding that 1 .cujr AO xaj ue wuraea oy ine resiaem?B themselves. — I have, etc., J. Barling, Under Secretary, The Member for Wollombi, Mr, R, Stevenson, has forwarded this letter for publication : — Public Works Department, Sydney, 15th February, 1894. Sir, -—With reference to your representation on the subject of the erection of two bridges over the McDonald River, I rim directed to inform you that the Secretary for Piiblic Works has approved of ttie necessary plans for these bridges being prepared and tenders f...

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POETRY. ROMANCE OF A BUTTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 17 February 1894

POETRY. komanck of a button. ; He wna about to eny adieu, Was thinking of gome word to flatter, 'When from his overcoat there flew A button with a dismal clatter. He blushed, but she, with woman's tact, As U she saw a good joke in it. Cried laughingly, ' There, now, I II act Your tailor'n part (or juBt a minute. He doffed his coat and watched her thread The needle, with her head low bending. 'I have an nwlul lot ol mending? 'A baoholor, we'll say, like me, Is at the mercy ol his tnilor. And then there's something else, you see (At this he turned a trille paler). ' ?» My heart needs mending much, I fear ; Do you suppose that, you could do it ? «? Well, I don't kuow, she mused, but dear| I'll give my whole attention to it.

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A DARING GAME. CHAPTER X. NEVA AT HOME AGAIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 17 February 1894

A DARING- GAME. CHAPTER X. NEVA AT HOME AGAIN. The home-coming of tho heiress of Hawkhurst was far different from that which her father had once lovingly planned for her when looking forward to her emancipation from snhool. There was no sign of festivity about the estate, no gathering of ten ants to a feast, no dancing on the lawn, no floral arches, no music, no gladness of welcome. The car riage containing JNeva wynuuunu i-u». attended by liveried servant-, turned quietly into the lodge gates, halted a moment while Neva spoke to the lodge-keepers, whom she well remembered, and then slowly ascended the long, shaded drive to ward the house. Neva looked around her with kindling eyes. The fair green lawn with its patches of sunshine and shade, the close-lying park, with the shy deer browsing near the invisible wire fence that separ ated the park from the lawn, the odours of the flower gardens— all these were inexpressibly sweet to her after her years of absence from her home. ' Home ag...

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LOSTOCK. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 17 February 1894

LOSTOCK. ' ' More rain, and this time not so welcome as last, as the crops had bad all they needed, and rain mostly means idleness in a greater or less degree, unless in the autumn and winter months when the corn is housed and husking always on hand. The weather has now just taken a turn towards fine, on/i if. I*a oil tV,oh ia hrtfrVifc «wl ciinnv with n frifln oE winter in the early mornings. We regret mnch to record the death, from an inflamed throat, of a little son of Mr. Luke Sulli van. Much sympathy is felt for the parents, more particularly as they lost another child in' the same way just four years ago. Another very sad death took place at Allynbrook . last week. The eldest daughter of Mr. W. Collison had been badly horned in the face in saving a younger child from the attack of a wild cow. She was supposed to be out of danger, when tetanus set in, and she died in two days, after great suffer * ing. Both funerals were very largely attended. Feb. 15, 1S94. , .

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 17 February 1894

PahI/XAKencd thia week has had an unevent ful history. The Assembly on Tuesday w»b told there was no chance that aa Easter «ncatnpoient would bw held tb's year, seeing that the cost would be £33,000 ; nod some trills were furthered, including the Mortgages n;u At- n,,. VJUO jJC0-13IULl JL/11I, loau l» WUUU HUJC. u fcuc instance of Mr. McGowan, the House innpite of the Government decreed that election day for a general election should be a public holi day. Referenca was made to the special trara question, and it was settled that the Govern ment should run special trams only when it was announced at ten o'clock at night that ?these means of conveyance would be available. A debute on banking business, tbe occasion being a motion by M!r. MacKinnon that the Goseirnmeot should appoint auditors of the Bnnkn which had taken advantage of the Bank Iseuee Act, was adjourned. On the -usual motion by the Government for adjourn ment of the House, Messrs. E.idea, Mslville, Graham, and others made ...

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TAREE. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 17 February 1894

TAREE. The Weather. — We have again been visited by showery weather, which, continued since the 11th instant, and is still raining lightly. The Snow.— Such weather presents exceedingly gloomy prospects for Taree annual agricultural show to take place on 14th and 35th. Should for tune favour us with fine weather, tho show must surely be a great success, as there are about 2000 entries for it. 'Bazaar. — A bazaar in aid of the presbytery is to be hold on 14th, 15th, 16th, and I7tli, at which a concert will be given each night by the leading amateurs of the Manning and other districts. Salvation Abmy. — The Taree and Wingham Salvation Armies united in having a harvest thanks giving on 13 th, but 'owing to unsuitable weather it was not tho success it would have been had fine ? weather prevailed. Races. — The Taree Jockey Club races come nil on Friday nest at Chatham course, and as numerous horses are entered a gncd day's racing shonld be the result. Judging by all outward appearances, t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 17 February 1894

FEBRUARY. & 1'HASES OF TKS 3100N. . © t£. New Moou ? ? em 7,50 a.m. .. Z First Quarter.. 13th ... 8 48 p.m. * © © Kull Mnon ? COth ... 12 21 p m. — -5 -, -, Last Quarter... 'J7th ... 10.33 p.m. g g i -p p Apog*e, 2nd, 8 am Perigee, 18th, 7 a.m. w cn IlEMAKKAULE EVENTS. „ & m P m TThur Spurgeon died i V Fri Railway to Albury opened 1881 6 *iA 7 4 '9 Sat ltiver Darling discovered 1829 5 26 7 3 *i Sun Quinnufttreriizia Sunday ^ 20 7 2 ?5 Mod CarlyJe died 5881 C 27 7 X 6 Tues Anniversary of Block Thursday 5 28 7 0 7 Wed A*h Wednesday r- 29 G «r'0 8 Thur Fir*t printing press in England 147t 5 30 0 03 9 Fri Bishop Hooper burned 1555 5 HI G 58 '10 Sat (0) Maryborough (Q.) lounded 1851 5 82 0 57 11 Sun 1st Suaday in Lent 5 83 0 50 12 Slon (U) .Uelb Public Library opened 18-50 a 34 6 50 ? 18 Tues (7) II. M.S. Orph«us wrecked at N.Z. 1802 5 35 0 54 14 \Wd Sr. Valentine's Day 5 80 G 53 15lhur 1',000 sheep burned atStawell. Vic. 1851 5 87 0 52 10 Fri Tft*mar.ij settled by Lt. Go...

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ALLYNBROOK. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 17 February 1894

ALLYNBBOOK. : Alice Collison, eldest daughter of Mr. W, Collison junior, met with a sad accident, which resulted fatally last week. -She was a fiue, bright, promis ing girl, and it wa3 in ber brave uttiinpt to rescue a little stater from the attack c.f a furious cow that : she met with the accident: that caused hoi; death. The savage beast inflicted a deep wound iu the . side of tho heaa with the pome of her horn. No fatal results wero anticipated until- a fetv days before tho girl's, death, whan tetaous set in causing as ii3ual in such 0i\Ees intense agony. Her death occurred on Tuesday la^t, jusc a week from the 'day , of the accident. The coffin was bora to the grave by her school companions, find was laid to rest in the Caergwrle Church of England cemetery. . A fine little boy, aged four and, half; years, -of Mr. Luke Sullivan's died last week; and this morn ing the infant' daughter of Mr. M. Bird died after' ' a long continued and intense suffering. We have had copious rains an...

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 17 February 1894

LOCAL HEWS. I Organ Recital. — It will be seen on reference to our advertising columns that the organ recital which_ had previously to be postponed will take place in St. Paul's Church on Monday evening next, tho 19th instant. Tho organist will be Mr. Geo. F. ICing, A.R.C.O. (London), who has thoroughly recovered from the injury to his hand, which rendered the putting off of the recital necessary. This will bo the first recital given by Mr. Kin-» since his return from England and the Continent, and is looked forward to with interest by lovers of sacred music. The audience will have not only an opportunity of noticing the improvement that advanced studies in the older countries of tho world has given the gifted musician, but also of listening to the splendid tone of tho instrument since its renovation from the damage sustained in the flood. During the even ing a collection will bo made in aid of tho church funds. Worth Noticing. — On Monday last the funeral of tho State boy, who was ...

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SYDNEY BOUDOIR GOSSIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 17 February 1894

SYDNEY BOUDOIR GOSSIP.) [By Zara.] Wo have had a flying visit from vice-royalty .since my last budget. On their way from Katoomba where they had been visiting the Chief Justice, Sir Robert and Lady Dull Bpent Friday night in ! town in -order to perform the ceremony of laying the foundation-stone of the new City Mission building at the Glebe. The Glebe is not one of our fashionable suburbs, on the contrary it is quite tho other way about, and the crowd assembled to do honour to tho occasion was more enthusiastic in their welcome than elegant in their apparel. All wore anxious to see the Governor's lady, for in spite of the crowds which gather on official occasions there aro vary many people in Sydney who have never seen Lady Duff. They were well rewarded on Saturday for waiting so long in a broiling sun for when the vice-regal carriage arrived Lady Duff stepped on to the platform looking better than I had ever seen her. The mountain air does us all good, and this was particularly not...

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The United States Tariff. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 17 February 1894

Tlie United States Tariff. 1 Protection can scarcely be declared to be dead in New South WaleB, although it has been maltreated Beverely at the hands of its friends. We may look for a revival of the propaganda at tho earning general election. In these circumstances the opening sentences of the Congress Committee of the United kill „„r,,-lTT o nrnnmont- uu 1UU J-.viiu. ui.l for local freetraders. The American people, after the fullest and most thorough debate ever given by any people to their fiscal policy, have deliberately and rightly decided that the existing tariff is wrong in principle and grievously unjust in operation. They have decided, as freemen must always decide, that tho power of taxation has no lawful or constitutional exercise except for providing revenue for the support of the Government. Every departure from this prin ciple is a departure from tho fundamental principles of free institutions, and inevitably works out a gross inequality in tho citizenship of a country....

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Brisbane Markets. B. D. MOREHEAD AND CO.'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 17 February 1894

Brisbane Markets B. I). MOREHEAD AND CO.'s REPORT. Fat Cattle. — 311 yarded. This number being short of requirements, prices advanced from 5s to 7s Gd. Unfortunately our Amby Downs consign ment of cattle did not reach trucks in time. We sold, for the owner, from Woolmar, 1G bullocks from j33 7s Gd to .£3 17a Gd, averaging i!3 13s 7d. Fat Sheep. — 3817 penned. Market very firm at last week's rates. We sold: For Menzies, Douglas, and Co., Eurella, 432 ewes at 4s 9d to 5s Gd ; Geetud's, 4s to 43 3d ; for Jondaryan Estates Co., Ltd., 320 wethers from 7s 3d to 93, seconds at 6s 9d ; for D. D. and W. L. Co., Ltd., Jimbour, 94 cross bred wethers from Ss 3cl to IO3 Gd, and 355 merino wethers at 7s 3d to 8s 3d, 62 seconds at 6s 9d, also 3G0 merino ewes from 5s to 6s 9d ; for Campbell Bros., Warkon, 503 merino wethers at 6a 9d to 8a 6d (73 Eeconds at 6s) j for executors Jonathan McLean, Bindango, 27G crossbred ewes (a few wethers) from 6s 9d to 9s, 6 culls at os 9d ; for Hon. J. D. Macansh, C...

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Venus or Adonis: or Marrying His Own Foreman. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 17 February 1894

Venns or Adonis : or Marrying His Own Foreman. j Many years ago I waB spending the par liamentary recess in Liverpool. I had agreed with the editor and proprietor of- one of the newspapers published in that city to write a series of articles on a subject which, at that time, occupied the attention of tbe burgesses of the northern capital. To obtain the Kfinm'fiUa dafn T fnnnrl if. no^ooanftT fn ffo. I quently attend the meetings of the Town Council, the Court of Passage, and other Courts of Justiciary. For several weeks I deemed it practicable to domicile myself at the 'Washington' Hotel, which was within an easy distance of the ffice The assizes were being held at tbe time at St. George's Hall. Among the visitors Btaying at tho same hotel was a gen tleman who was attending the assizes as a special juror. An the sittings lasted many days I sa'y much of this gentleman of an evening. Seeing that I was frequently occu pied in writing early and late, he one evening in the smoking-room i...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 17 February 1894

i., deputation of Victorian railway employes asked ™ ~,V°V?ter 01' Railwayson Wednesday to work the Port Melbourne and Newport workshops full time instead of three-quarter time. Mr. Richardson gave a decided refusal, and said that while G24 men i were employed not more than 1R7 xvora .n»„nii ? quired. The dismissal of a large number to therefore imperative.

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CRICKET. COONABARABRAN v. BINNAWAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 17 February 1894

| CRICKET. COOfABARABRAN v. B1NNAWAY. Tho following is the reault of the above match which was ployed at Coonabarabran on Saturday last COONAllAIlAllRAN. hirst Innings. J. Johnson, st. Beaton, b T. Shumack ? ? 3 H. Street, bT. Sliinnack ? ? . , 0 1'. Wullace, c Wilson, b D. I. Watt ? 9 ? H. J. Hennesy. c E. Shumack, b D. I Watt...... :r D. McDonald, b T. Shumack ? ~ o W. White, run out ? 3 P. Ash, b T. Shumack ? a G. E. W right, b T. Shumack ? 1 (i. Daltry, b T. Shumack ? ? 0 (1. Cain, c Walea, bT. Sbumaok ? ? ? g &. L#mon, not out..: ? ? ? ? 0 Sundries ? ? ? '... Total ? ? ? 27 Second Innings. G. Lemon, 0 Wilson, b Watt ? ? ? 2 M. ,1. Uennessy, b Wailes ? ? ? s .T. Johnson, c and b Wailes ? ? ? la 1\ Wallace, b Wailes ? ? ? ? ? '' a II. Street, not out ? ''' m D. .McDonald, b Wailea ? ? ; ? 0 G. Daltry, not out ? ? ? ? .' ? n . G. Caiu, b T. Shumack ? 7 Sundries ? ? ? ? 14 Total for six wickets.... ? ? ? 87 „wl'^AnP^ln!h'ei3eoI?red tb0, ''iliRS closed leaving the visitors 6...

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The [?]sacre of Scio. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 17 February 1894

k The :?sacre of Scio. I Tlin nrmnlaHnn ° , na 302 square miles. g- before the GreVi?10 Ifand was estimated § mostlv Greeks 'fcl^n afc uPwards o£ 120,000, | I ' °in a Turkish fleet lauded uiul KJ a. massacre began:„u , ULU !Ula pfl had fnlTon in ha ' attei muu.V thousands jl had tallen m baom ^pr;i ^ j-0 2o 40 000 8a persons without d;nn np'. 59 the sword, and 60^ 3 ; sex were put to | ff -riK VPS Pseiuwl UoUy tortured. The 6 tbe oBnmi^nfcim0UIltail1 fasfc«esses or to g 0* her islands aJ' l' Greuk to the S 0 ner islands. A-! the Greek fleet attacked I with flvt shins ^seve^ o£ their vessels 1 But fche Greeks w^™ ™treafc. | the island, and tho^0'^6^0^ ,.to oouuI-y 1 sailed the villages, np , l]cs novf as' § quiet during the 1 these villages worn and 30 000 ch^^ I murdered or sold v„„_„ T' Vr , „ 0 the population of fchj w£ j 1(.a^' I 1 haS d under the doming | 4 . . 1

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 17 February 1894

' ' FRUIT PRESERVING JARS. ? ;0; ? mason's. y ! Pints ? 5s per dozen Quarts ? 5s 6d per dozen Half-gallons ? ? ? 7s 6d per dozen ''QUEEN. Quarts ? 6s 6d per dozen Half-gallons ? 8s per dozen LIGHTKaiSSS. Pints ? 6s 6d per dozen Quarts ? ? ? ? ? 7s per dozen Half-gallons ? 9s per dozen Extra i?!D!ARUBBER RINGS lor the above, 8d per dozen. PRESERVE or HONEY JARS. 9 Baku Metal Screw Tors .p-^tpr Habd Metal Screw Tors 'wppfflflw aad IH ana Cork Wads. UJHj Cork Wads. ,11b, 4s per doz. 21b, 4s 9d per doz. ... lib, 43 dos lib, 3s per doz. with Parchment Cover (no Screw Top) ? CRICKETING GOODS. Further supplies of the above are expected to lar shortly. ? too ? DIRECT IMPORTERS OP .Books,' Stationer barney &oods.. Crtcketin CJoods., Fishing Tackle, Crockery ware, &c., UlTHa^T MAITLAND OWES & BECKETT. GENERAL DRAPERS, MERCERS, COTHIERS, ' and TAILOR w ik m ti w m — ? »io: ? ? Our Splendid Assorted Stock of LADIES' DRESS GOOOS to be disposed of a tempting puces Grey Fre...

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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 17 February 1894

GENERAL NEWS. I The South Australian police authorities, by ordor of the Government, luive forbidden tlie Bale of children's surprise packets under the Gambling Prevention Act. j Lily Andrews, a bright little girl of 7, travelled nlnnr. from Svdnev to Adelaide, there to join the German steamer Gera, but on her arrival the lady who was to chaporone hor found ttat she had neither a ticket nor tho namo and address of the relations in England to whom she was con signed. Tho child was provisionally handed over to the State Children's Department. j A Sydney firm has introduced a scene wHch for novelty and originality certainly takes the; palm. Two aboriginals (natives of Now South Wales) have been camping for the past few dayvin tho novelty window, and havo built thomselv® a mia mia, upon the centre support of which is pichod a laughing jackass (which represents tho firnjs trade mark, 'Tho People's Friend'), and onepf that bird's natural enemies, a snake, is coilii up in front. Animals pe...

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A Charmed Life. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 17 February 1894

A Charmed Life. Among tbe Spanish forces now at Melilla is a re markable man named Gioi-la. Fourteen years ago he was condemned to death in Cadiz for robbery and murder. He was led to the scaffold, his neck was put in the noose. Then followed a horrible scene. The executioner was drunk, and four times he tried to make the cord work, and four times he failed. At the tourth attempt tne public, horrihed at the butchery which was going on, roared for the execution to be postponed. Giorla, who was by this time half dead, wa3 carried away. The case created a great deal of sensation, and a petition was presented to the Government to commuto the death sentence. This was done, and Giorla was sent, as soon as his neck was sufficiently healed, to the galleys at Melilla for life. His conduct was always exemplary, and he was frequently employed with other well behaved eonvicfcs in working at the fortress walls and the harbour defences. He went by the name of 'Half-hanged,' and always wore a blac...

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