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

u_± ? + jwwm wmmmth t ? ± ? . ? 'lilHFIHIIIIBIilliil Wolfe's Aromatic Schnapps A Medicinal Diet Drink. A Tonic Invigorant A Salutary Corrective. PURE PALATABLE PERFECT. I WOLFFS AROMATIC SCHNAPPS 1 i r l j $ + ttELAJLfXTEL j£*€%JEL Jk.1LaJLM. TKE^ILLS Purify tne Blood, Correct all Disorders of the LIVER, STOMACH, KIDNEYS, and BOWELS. They Invigorate and Restore to Health Debilitated Constitutions, and are invaluable in all Complaints incidental to Females of all ages. For Children and the Aged they are priceless. MJ? 3E3C !E5 O £ KT T 3ML Is an Infallible Remedy for Bad Legs, Bad Breasts, Old Wounds, Sores, and Ulcers. It is famous for Gout and Rheumtism. I1 or Disorders of the Chest it has no equal. For SORE THROATS BRONCHITIS, COUGHS, COLDS, GLANDULAR SWELLINGS, AND ALL SKIN DISEASES it has no lival ; and for Contracted and Stiff Joints it acta like a charm. ? :o: ? ? Manufactured only at THOMAS HOLLO WAT'S Establishment — 78, New Oxford-street (late 358 Oxford-street) London ; an...

Publication Title: Maitland Weekly Mercury, The
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A Cute Highlander. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 17 February 1894

A Cute Highlander. A story is told in Fairplay concerning a com mercial traveller from tbe South and a Highlander which is worth reproduction. 'Tbe two met on beard a Mac Brayne steamer and were having a dram together, and Bags was boasting of the enormous business he did in the Highlands and Islands. ' Aye, and what was it that you wass I sellin', whateffer ?' asks Mae Tavisli. ' Oh, every thing, from coals to coffius,' says Bags, with a laugh. Aye, aye, aud wass it coffins you sell ? Dear, dear, but you will not be sellin' many coffins in these parts at all ?' ? Oh. lots of 'em,' says Bays. ' At ull prices, delivering 'em every day.' * And what will be the price cf your coffins moreover ?' ' Oh, I sell them at any price from two-and-nine to twenty pounds.' ' Well, well, it must be a paby's coffin at two-and-nine, forebye ?' ' Not at all,' says Bags, * a full-sized CJ by 41 toet deal box, well seasoned and finished, and 'furnished with ecrews and handles— all, for two-and-nine cash...

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Anecdote of David Crockett. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 17 February 1894

Anecdote of David Crockett. The following is old, and we recollect seeing it in print years agone, but it will bear re-writing and printing over again : — David Crockett, while at Washington, visiting a menagerie which opened thero for exhibition, and stopping before the cage of a huge baboon, ex claimed, after gazing a while upon the grotesque quadrumana : ' Bless me ! That fellow looks exactly like Tom ? , of Alabama,' naming an honourable member of Congress from that State, then on duty in Washington. ' Sir !' sounded an indignant voice at his elbow. Davy turned and beheld, with a lady upon either arm, the very member whom he bad likened to the baboon. ' Really, sir,' said Crockett. ' I had no idea that you were so near. Had I known it, I shouldn't 0 have spoken as I did.' The honorable member was irate, and in language slightly tinctured with threatening demanded an apology. ' Oh, certainly,' replied David, good-naturedly. ' I am ready to apologise. Yes, yes — but' — and he look...

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

THRICE IS HE ARMED WHO HAS HIS QUARREL JUST. CLEMENTS TONIC, THE WORLD'S GREAT RESTORATIVE, HAS CURED MORE CASES OF INDIGES TION, NEURALGIA, WEAKNESS, DEBILITY, DROPSY, BRIGHT'S DISEASE, AND LIVER COMPLAINT THAN ALL OTHER MEDICINES PUT TOGETHER. If you are sick and value your life, insist on having Clements Tonic and no substitute or you will be disappointed. READ THIS' CASE. Mr. Charles E. Howard, Royal Hotel, Morpeth, N.S. W., writes on February 3rd, 1893: — I have since 'early school-days been more or less a victim , . to the most excruciating pains in the chest, at tributed to chronic indigestion; they caused me no end of trouble and pains and even anxiety; restlessness in my sleep, accompanied by the most horrid dreams ; each morning brought forth a more languid feeling than the last. Having tried all kinds of lemedies without good effect, I was at last : induced to try Clements Tonic. After taking three bottles of this wonderful health-giving remedy a complete change came over...

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Some Stage Interruptions. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 17 February 1894

Some Stage Interruptions. In the first act of poor Wills's play of ' Bucking ham' the hero meets the heroine with words to ? this effect (ecstatic joy depicted on his counten ance): — 'We are at length alone.' On hearing this someone in tke gallery called out, in hila riously cheerful encouragement, 'What a luvly hoppertoonity.' This by no means helped to maKO mines pieasanc. Again, in cue nrsc production of ' Tho Dead Heart,' when the .late Benjsmin Webster, rescued from the Bastille, was seb down facing the footlights, tho dungeon-worn miserable creature gives utterance to tho line, ' My — heart — is dead.' Voice in the gallery: — 'How's your poor feet?' This was a popular saying at tho time, but it did Hot help to make ' The Dead Hoarfc ' any more popular. Oa anothor occasion, in Colonel Richard's ' Cromwell,' the future Protector has a dream of what-not of the execution of Charles I. Of course, the stern Puritan wishes to banish the memory of the horror from his mind, and appeal...

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Roman Catholic Statistics. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 17 February 1894

Koman Catholic Statistics. According to the Roman Catholic Directory for 1894 (Messrs Burns and Oates), the Roman Caaholic clergy in England and Wales at the present time number sixteen bishops and 2G13 priests, and Scotland has six bishops, with 3GG priests. The churches aud chapels in England and Wales (exclud ing those in private houses) nre 1404. and in Scotland 340. These figures, as compared with those of 1891, three years back, show an increase of about 10 per cent., and are more than double of those of the year when the hierarchy was introduced into thia country. Turning to the city of Rome we find that there are now sixty-two cardinals, an.l as the full number is seventy there are eight vacancies in the Sacred College. Out of the whole body of cardinals thirty-four are Italians, ten nre AuBtrians, Germans, or Hungarians, four are Spanish, one Portuguese, one Belgian, one of the United States, and three are British subjects. These last named are Cardinals Vausrhan, Lough, Mo...

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

Notice to the Residents or the Paterson and Distkict. DR. FRANK LIDDELL, OF High-street, West maitland, JS NOW VISITING PATERSON REGULARLY, and may bo CON SULTED AT WILSON'S COURT HOUSE HOTEL on Thursdays from Twelve o'clock noon to Ono p.m. 0134 DR. PENTLAHD HAS RESUMED PRACTICE, AND CAN BE CONSULTED AST HIS HOUSE, AS USUAL, 014 PAINLESS JDENTISTHY. HUMERAL ARTIFICIAL TEETH, WiraouT Speinqs, Wires, or Fastenings. c.Itob, D.D.S., R.D.S., SURGEON DENTIST, HIGH-STREET, WEST MAITLAND, Having had several years' prac tical EXPERIENCE in the profession as a SURGICAL and MECHANICAL DENTIST, begs respectfully to inform the inhabitants of WEST MAITLAND and District that he has recently perfected an entirely New System of Fixing Artificial Teeth, without the use of springs, wires, or other unsightly fastenings. The resemblance to tbe human teeth is perfect, and the principle of adapting them to the mouth entirely dispenses with the necessity of undergoing any painful operation , neither teeth...

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

knnuun, ItU FisM, AND SALE OF WORK AT Town Hall, West Maitland, OH Riim aud mm, FEBRUARY 21, 22, and 23, IN AID OF THE FUNDS OF THE WESLEYAN ! 1 CHCTECH. Opening Ceremony on Wednesday Ifternoon, at 3 p.m., by | the Mayor. A HOST OF ATTRACTIONS. PHONCGRAPH, wifch latest improvements — CHOICE MUSIC by the FEDERAL BAND -GLEES and CHORUSES— VOCAL j and INSTRUMENTAL i .SOLOS by BEST - PERFORMERS. ? FANCY BOWER — BEFRESSiMEMTS. j CURIO, WORKS OF ART — PAINTINGS — and a VARIETY OF NOVELTIES. 3 — — . JUmission, 6d ; Children, 3d. j J. E. CARRUTHEliSj President. | HAML, BLAIR, Hon. Treasurer. S W. R. SULLIVAN,') Joint i S. BELL, - Hon. p313 j W. T. POULTON, j Sees.

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Literary News, Notes, etc. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 17 February 1894

Literary News, Notes, etc. I To flome readers the best of all Emerson's poems 'is the one entitled ' Days'— eleven lines of rhyme , Jess verse: f DauRhtcra of time, the hypocritic Days, ' Muffled and dumb like barefoot dervishes, And marching single iu an endlces file, Bring diadems mid fagotR iu their hands. Xo each they offer gifts after his will, liread, kingdoms, stars, and sky than holds them nil. I, in my plcnch&tl kfirden, watched the pomp, Forgot my morning wishes, hastily Tnnlr n f/-ar Tiotho oml nnnlpn nn-1 flin Tlnv Turned and departed slleut. I, too late, Under her solemn fillet saw the scorn. The lines are remarkable in themselves. Nd one who reads them — really roads them — but will feel the nobility and impressiveness of the thought and the perfection of the form ; but they are further re markable for tho manner of their production. With in a year after they were written Emerson notes in his journal that he has entirely forgotten their composition or correctio...

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

It is said that a female codfish will_lay_45.000.000 j eggs during a single season. Piscatorial authorities i say that were it not for the work of the natural enemies of fish, they would fill all the available * space in the seas, rivers, and oceans. v- The distillation of essential oils from various -? species of plants, such as lavender, thyme, fennel, rosmary, &c., is quite profitable' in south-eastern France. The country is nere very Jiriu uimsiuruu, and these humblest of plants are, :by industry and careful management, made to pive prosperity ^ to a . large number of people. The United States is the largest consumer of these oils, and in time they will doubtless be produced in our own country. Tho still required for distillation^ simple and in expensive.

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The Farm and Garden. TREATMENT FOR FOOT ROT. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 17 February 1894

The Farm and Garden. TEEATHEnAoE FOOT EOT. 3?oot-rot may prove rather troublesome daring the next three months. Mr. Dowling, inspector of stock for the Forbes district gives Rural Australian some hints regarding the treatment of the disease, which are worthy of attention. Separate the diseased from the healthy sheep ; place the diseased ones over nignt m a yara wen utrereu mm cicau aui*n or grass, which haB been previously well wetted. In tbe morning their hoofs will be quite soft, and thus the removal of the diseased portion of the hoof will be easy of accomplishment. The further treatment is thus described : ' Tha process of paring ia the most important factor in aiding the cure. Ail the ulcerated parte must be entirely de nuded of hoof, without making the feet bleed too freely, and to beep the feet as near the natural shape as possible. The next process is to cut off any considerable fungus growth with a sharp pair of scissors or knife, or else to cauterise-' them. Now, what is t...

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STORING HONEY IN 1LB SECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 17 February 1894

STOEING HOUEY IN lLB SECTIONS. When bees begin to build fins of comb on top of the frame, the right time has come to put on sections. I should not (aays a writer in the Rural Australian) put on more than one tier at first, and cover them well on top to retain the warmth. 1 am convinced that many pounds of honey are lost yearly because bees cannot work th-jir combs in cool weather trotri tne want oi wurmin, auu tuus rexuae 10 work in sections. A few sections partly filled from lflBt year will be found valuable. If bees do not work in the sections in a day or two I should remove them at once and give them plenty of empty comb, whichrarely fails to start them to work. Bees often swarm in the height of the honey flow when working in sections. The following manner of hiving I have found to work splendidly : After the bees have settled, take a hive with combs, hive the swarm, remove the hive from the old staudj place the new swarm in its place, take the sections from the old hive and plac...

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PLANTING AN ORCHARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 17 February 1894

PLANTING AN OECHAItD. Whether trees are to be planted oat in the spring or in the autamn it is a good time (says Martin's Some and Farm) to prepare the ground. The best available soil should be selected. While trees will grow on land too rough for cultivation, a vigorous, thrifty growth, such as is needed to enable the trees to bear good crops of fine fruit, cannot be secured unless the soil is reasonably rich, well drained, and thoroughly prepared in a good condition. With trees, as with all other plants it is quite an item to secure a vigorous, thrifty growth from the start, and a thorough preparation of the soil is necessary to secure this. When it can be done, two items should | be considered in selecting the location. Plough the ground deep and thorough. In very many cases it would be a good plan to sub-soil, when it can be done without too much extra cost. A soil that that ia sufficiently rich to grow a good crop of corn or potatoes will grow good fruit trees, but if not reaso...

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

JAMBS KERlS COMMERCE HOUSE, T^Test 3^suitlsuncL ON ANB AFTER Saturday, 20th Jany., TM2 B5&Sj&3s€!£i OT Til®: v SUMMER STOCK AT ?GQSSllSEReE HOUSE, WILL BE OlfETEKOHilJ FOR SALE jA.t OOS-X* PRICE. ? :o*. ? This Sale 'will comprise ALL SUMMER DRESS STUFFS — -Prints, Muslins, Cambrics, Galateas, Delaines, Ecartes, Lawns Cotton Reppes, Drills, &c. ? :0: ? Also, THE WHOLE OF THE 3&SE HC ULa X UST JB HFIL $ Including GIRL'S SAILORS, SUN HOODS; LADIES' GEMS, UP-RIVER, and the ?^HOLE OF THE TJT*T:RIMMEX- STOCK. ? :o: ? Tttis Es a. Rare Chance of Securing First-class Drapery at Low Price®. All Should Participate in the Bargains. In addition 'to the Reductions in Price, a Liberal DISCOUNT will be Allowed on all CASt PURCHASES of £1 and Upwards. ]KjS33?X?s ? HIGH-STREET. ? ? ~ QOODLET & SMITH, Ltd. BRICKS.— Building Bricks by railway from our Granville works. AGRICULTURAL DRAIN PIPES, H, 2, 3, 4 and 6 inch. FLOWER POTS, all sizes. 1 LIME. — Best Stone li...

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

pgF' HIGH-CLASS TAILORING. || ? ? :0: ? ' '^^^EST MAITlJmX I C — ? :0: ? We can. supply the Very Best Materials, \ give as good a fit, and finisli each garment as $ well as the very best firms in Sydney, our ; prices being much lower. ? ? :o sr ? ^ ,3'CTST 03F»3SSr€r3E23p. ' WEST G3? ENGLAND DIAGONALS, Wool-dyed, will neither 5 ' fade nor shine. PRICE FOS8 WALKIM G0&T VEST, 95s,, «riSh 5 ? psr cant. EBasscoanS. S EQ U AH'S WOEU»*BENOWKED ? TEE MH! Tl' W gp- €ais now be- Obtained from tk e Following Chemists and Grocers in Malthuul Cfifl©»ISST— ? CBOCER8 ' {g'R.'W. -Q. LBPSCOSSB, High-street K3ESSRS. IUOI.FE, GORRBCK, & CO., IHSigSh-sSraet. And from ALL CHEMISTS and Gi-SOCEKS in the DISTRICT. ? ? ? :0; ? Bead the following and Judge for Yourselves: — Morpetli Road, * „ Jaof. I7tb, 1801. To SEQUAH. ? Djsaij Sib, — I have : much pleasure in testifying ; to the good your Remedies liaive done - me. I was treated by you publicly nearly, a month ago for Rheumatism, from wli...

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

THE GREATEST OF ALL THE LIFE COMPANIES. ? :0: ? The Mutual Life Insurance Co. of New York. RICHARD a. SScemKOV, PressdenS. TOTAL ASSETS EXCEED X37,000,000. Purely Mutual; all claims settled on tho spot immediately upon receipt of satisfactory proofs of death and title. PAID ON ACCOUNT OF POLICY-HOLDERS, XS7,452,449. Fifty years' experience has taught the management of The Mutual Life op New York the forms of insurance best adapted to popular requirement. Among these aro the tnenmo Life Policy I.ife Option Endowment, Six Per Cent. GorasoJ, and tho Policies issued in honour of the Jubilee Year, namely, The Fiwe Per C«n(. DabsnSure, and Tho Continuous Instalment Policy. Z. C. RESM-!5E, CSesraeinsifl ftlamagGs* for Australia. ? 0 ? ? For information regarding tho Company and the different forma of Insurance, apply to. ALEX. SSAC K?'1G'*ST, Maur.ger for New South Wales, 131 Pitt-street, Sydney; or to SBR. £OS?fiRD 3LACS, Agent for Maitland. 27 . w TT'V' IS the NEW SCIKNTTIFIC GAME OP C2R...

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REPAIRING HIS FAULT. CHAPTER XXVII. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 17 February 1894

REPflSRI.BG HAS F&ULT. ! CHAPTER XXVII. ? While Kit was getting his affairs into this fresh tangle, his mother was making a hurried journey on foot from East Adam village to Uncle's Gray's farm. She had seen nothing of her son since that moon light glimpse of him, when he rode to her dcor on the false Dandy's back. She had grown anxious, waiting for him to come, as he had promised, to tell iier bue siury binig wonaenui auveniure. a.na now rumours had reached her of the astounding error into which he had that night been betraynd, and of bis starting off the next day, alone, to make such amends for it as ho could , to the owners of both horses. ? In groat distress of mind she trudged to the farm-house door. Her coming was observed ; and nitli as cheerful a countenance as she could assume lut with apprehensions of an unpleasant, scene, Aunt Gray admitted her brother's widow. There was still a faint odor of burnt stramonium snd saltpetre in the house, showing that Uncle (fray, d...

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MERCURY JUNIOR. A SONG OF THE SAND MAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 17 February 1894

MERCUf'Y JUfflOS.' | A SOXtl rtv Tlir, SAicn ataw ' for the sand man ! jolly old fellow, -\ ltn twinkling eyca and u docsome smile ; lieaomeB wben tho candles tlicker yellow, u v.e roe3 work In jauntiest atyle, w-r» vMlteus IlIa cumberflomobng ot sand Witn a light and a briek and a generous hand. Hoi lor tbo aand man I merry old coclcer, Ii is atm 2s llrm and hifl sliot is crack, Lc «harPest wiles ot the nimblest dodger, Can baffle him never, nor hold him bnck; Blue eyea, grey eye9, black cye3, brown, lie Tiowdnra tliom Drtft ? nn-l a ? j ? * ? i»uauiuAJ uuwu. IIo ! ior the sand man ! funny old rover. He stops the playing and halts the luu ; He doesu t wait till the games arc over, - He doesn't care whether the romps are done. Ilis shaggy old head pokes in, and lo ! Mouths gape widely and Icet lag slow, Ho ? for the aand man ! blithesome old caller, 'others esteem him and nuraea adore, ! or he gathers the children, the big and the amaller, And hurries them swiftly nwny before lliey ...

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Ball at Tambar Springs. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 17 February 1894

Ball at Tambar Springs [Br Bon Ami/I The bachelors of Tambar held their annual ball in the Masonic Hall on Friday last, the 9th insb. Every preparation was made to make the affair a success, and the plain old brick structure was with flowers, bunting, foliage, Chinese lanterns, and various other illuminations changed into a delight ful Eden, and when filled with the youth and beauty of Tambar made it a perfect Paradise. ?MV Too A'u ? i.„ ? ? ~c ? ? monies, was extremely obliging and courteous to visitors, and by his attentiveness helped not a little to the night's enjoyment. Mr. M. Boyle, piano, Mr. J. Kelly, violin, and Miss A. Liimby, mando line, supplied faultless music to the worshippers of the light fantastic, and without them the ball would have lost its attractiveness, as bad music makes the most entertaining partner dull. The catering was in the capable hands of Mrs. Smith, of Regent-street, and all I need say of that was that it was the best spread ever placed on the tables...

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OUR PUZZLES. SOLUTIONS RECEIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 17 February 1894

OUR PUZZLES. SOLUTIONS BECEIVED. Following are answers to puzzles given on Feb ruary 3 : 1. Bream, eel, pike, herring, sprat. 2. TALK AREA LEFT K A T E o. v/iuun, iuuk; mes, ues ; piuue, luce; oarrow, arrow; ground, round ; -bear, ear. 4. CONTENT AND BICH. My conscience is my crown, Contented thoughts my rest : .My heart is happy in itself ; My bliss is in my breast. ; Enough, I reckon wealth ; A mean, the surest lot \ 1 That.lie3 too high for base content, Too low for envy's shot. 5. Grapes. G. M LAD ' ' MALAY C A T , Y \ Answers are to hand from the following : — ' One of the White Mice;' Havilahj 1, 2, 3, 4,' 5, 6; A. Geddes, Warialda, 1, 2, -3, 4, 5, G .; Willie Geddes, Warialda, 1, 2, 3, 4j 5, 6 ; Violet, Tom and Kenneth Mitchell, Richmond Vale, 2, 3, .4 (imperfectly), 5,G; Annie Bailey, West Maitland, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, G. All i except Annie Bailey have name instead of mean in' the sixth line. PUZZLES FOR SOLUTION. r Answers must be in hand by the afternoon of Thursday, March 1. 1...

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