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[BY TELEGRAPH.] [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 19 January 1894
[Br TELEanAPH.1 Mr. W. McPhillamy reports:— At the wharves.' and railway, prime green lucerne hay realized 60s, firm, in good demand ; medium sold. at 55s. Maize, 3s 9d; potatoes, market glutted, Brownell's 40s to 608, Circulars 80s; pigs, 3d to 4d; calves, 10s to ; 50s; oaten hay, 50s to 80s. . .' , . The South Coast and West Camden Co-operative '?:.- Company reports:— Good enquiry for prime green v lucerne hay at from £2 17b 6d to £3, brown Iot8 S from 40s; maize, 3s 8d, good demand; potatopa : : almost unsaleable ; pigs, 3d to 3 Jd ; eggs, 9d, dull. ' Messrs. H. Prescott and Co. report :— The potato market is completely glutted, the Brisbane market being supplied direct from Melbourne at 45s, free on board. Melbourne potatoes are selling here at 55s, with a rebate of 10s per ton to Brisbane. The local demands are being supplied by later arrivals at the railway, which are sold at auction. On the wharf large quantities are on hand, with little or no demand at 50s. The market is exp...
LATEST MARKET NEWS [FROM THE PRESS TELEGRAPH ASSOCIATION.] SYDNEY MARKETS. Friday afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 19 January 1894
LATEST MARKET ISWS [From the Press Telegraph Association.] SYDNEY (HARRIETS. Friday afternoon. Flour is quiet ; roller sold at .£8 12s 6d to .£8 15s, new at .£8 5s to £8 10s ; wheat dull and plentiful, new milling 3s ; chick wheat, 2s lid to3s; bran, ,',;. 7£d ; pollard, 8Jd ; maize, prime 3s 8d, Tamat 3s 9d, medium 3s 3d to 3s 5d. Oats firm; prime bright feed 2s 7d to 2s 8d; chaff, best £3 103 to M 15s, other sorts from £3 ' very prime. £4, ; barley, Cape 2s lid ; lucerne hay, Hunter Eiver inferior £1 Is to £2 S3, prime £2 10s to .£3; hay, oaten in bundles 3s 4dj ? onions, globes £5 10s to £1, other sorts £5 to £6. Potatoes, Clarence Eiver prime to £3, Hunter Eiver £3, Warnambool dull, .£3 10s to £i; straw. ???::. firm, local bundle £2, derrick pressed, £2 5s. Butter in good demand ; creamery and best brands of factory brought 8jd, factory 8d, dairy Gd to 7d ; bacon, hand cured . 6 Jd to 7d, machine cured 5Jd to 6d, middles 7d to 8Jd 5 hams, colonial 9d t j lid, English Is to Is 2J...
Mozart at Vienna. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 19 January 1894
Mozart at Vienna. The imperial family of Austria, at the time that the child musician Mozart began: his career, were enthusiastic lovers of music. The Empress Maria Theresa was the daughter of Charles VI., who was anaceomplished performer on the piano. All of her children received a good musical education. At court they used to have concerts in which the little archdukes and archduchesses took part. So the' little Mozart was received by them all with open arms when he visited Vienna. At his first visit to them he sat on the empress's knee, and kissed her as if they were old friends. The entire court were delighted with, his talent and his ; sweet, bright disposition. The Emperor Francis I. passed hours with him, and named him his ' Little Sorcerer.' Of ^ the little princes and princesses, Marie Antoinette, who was only a few months older than he, became his special friend and protector. One day when he slipped on the polished floor and fell, she ran as fast as she could to help him ...
A Fatal Dream. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 19 January 1894
A Fatal Dream. Soon after the assassination of Abraham Lincoln, the late Charles Dickens was her Majesty's guest for.fc day at Windsor Castle; and in the course of conversation with the Queen he related to her a remarkable dream of President Lincoln's. On the afternoon of the day on which the Presi dent was shot (April, 1865) there was a Cabinet Council, at which. Mr. Lincoln presided. Mr. Stan ton, who was at the time commander-in-chief of the Northern troops, arrived rather late. They were, indeed, waiting for him, and on his entering the room the President broke off in something that he was saying, and remarked, 'Let us proceed to busi ness, gentlemen.' Mr. Stanton then noticed, with great surprise, that the President sat with an air of dignity in his chair instead of lolling about in it in the most un gainly attitudes, as bis invariable custom was j and that instead of telling irrelevant or questionable stories, he was grave and calm, and quite a differ ent man. ? Mr. Stanton, o...
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY. ARRIVALS—YESTERDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 19 January 1894
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY. ARRIVALS— Yesterdat. Senator Peterson. German ship, 1713 tone, Captain P. F. Wedermann, from la Plata 20th Noyember. Victorian, a., 7G0 tone, Gaptaiu G. F. Andrews, from Towna KnllQlina, b.', 080 tons, Captain J, Mugee, from Gralton, 17th Euriinbln, s., 1055 tons, Captain W. Sinclair, .from Mel bourne, 16th instant. _,„,.« »t Elineamite e.. 2585 tons. Captain P. W. Bull, from t,ew castle, en route to Melbourne. Allowrie b., 507 tone, Captain G. Walker, from i,den, via P°Iltlawarra, s., 505 tons, Captain J. Garde, from South Coast P°Coomonderry, s., 146 tons, Captain Duck, from South Coast ports. DEPARTURES— January 18. R.M.S. Arowti, for Vancouver, via Fiji and Honolulu. Changsha, s., for HonRkong, via Newcastle and ports. Nairnsulre, s., for London, via New Zealand ports. [BT TELEOrtAPlI] ARRIVALS— To-day. Friday. Birksgate, steamer, from Lord Howe Island; Fiji, from Noumea; Bunlnyong, trura Brisbane-, Ville do Ia Ciotut, trom Noumea; Sydney, from New...
LATEST SPECIAL TELEGRAMS SYDNEY. Friday afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 19 January 1894
LATEST SPECIAL TELESEAB. [Fbom the Pbkss Telegraph Assotiation.j SYDNEY. Friday afternoon. Frederick Augustus Thomas, who stands charged in connection with alleged heavy frauds on Lorimer, Eome, and Co., was to-day again brought into court looking very unwell, and it was evident he was still suffering from nervousness, with which he was prostrated in the early part of the week. Mr. Crick said the accused was quite unfit to be be fore the court, and would ask fora further remand. Thomas was accordingly remanded oa the same bail as formerly. Mr. E. E. Wise applied to Mr. JnBtice Stephen in chambers this morning for a rule nisi on behalf of Charles Burnett, calling upon James Giles, Stipendiary Magistrate, to show cause why a writ or mandamus should not issue, compelling him to take and attest a certain bond tendered him pro perly conditioned for the due prosecution of an appeal by Burnett at the Quarter Sessions against his conviction. The rule was granted. Voluntary sequestration : J...
GUNMEDAH MARKETS. Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 20 January 1894
GUNNEDAH RiARKSTS. [By Telegkafh.T Friday evening. - Messrs. Bacon and Co. report : — A slight improvement was noticeable in store sheep demand, but buyers were only operating where very low re serves were fixed. Store cattle sales were difficult to effect unless great concessions were granted. We offer 330 bullocks at Muawellbrook to-day. Fat stock buyers are prepared to operate for station de livery at prices equal to metropolitan values, bub vendors' high reservos preclude business. Actual business in property is limited, though enquiries come in for small freehold graKing estates handy to the-railway. We hold a special horse sale^oi^tho ? ,'* 26fch February,'aud sold during the weokG700 sn^ep' '. ! V.
LATEST MARKET NEWS [FROM THE PRESS TELEGRAPH ASSOCIATION.] SYDNEY MARKETS. Saturday afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 20 January 1894
LATEST IAEIET MEWS.. . : [Feom the Peess Telegeaph Association.]' '? SYDNEY MARKETS. Saturday afternoon. Business throughout the week has been mode rately good. Flour was quiet — roller sold at £8 12s 6d to £S 15s, new £8 5s to £8 10s ; wheat, dull and plentiful — new milling 33, chick wheat 23 lid to 3s j bran,7£d; pollard, 8|d; maize— prime 3s 8d to 3s 9d, medium 3s 3d to 3s 5d ; oats, firm — prime bright sold at 2s 7d to 2s 8d ; chaff— best £3 10a to £3 183, other sorts from £3, very prime at £4; barley, Cape, 2s lid ; lucerne hay — Hunter Eiver inferior from £1 Is to £2 5s, prime £2 103 to £3 ; hay, oaten, bundles, £3 4s ; onions — Globes £6 10s to £7, other sorts £5 10s to £6; potatoes — - Clarence Eiver prime to £3, Hunter Eiver £3, Warrnambool dull, £3 10s to £4. Straw firm j local bundled £2, derrick pressed £2 5s. Butter in good demand; creamery and best brands factory 8Jd, factory 8d, dairy 6d to 7d. Bacon, hand cured 6£d to 7d, machine cured 5J-d to Gd, middles 7d .to SJd...
LATE SPORTING NEWS. [FROM THE PRESS TELEGRAPH ASSOCIATION.] ROSEHILL RACES. Sydney, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 20 January 1894
LATE SPORTING ISM [Fboh the Press Telegraph Association.] ROSE HILL HtfiEES. Sydney, Saturday. The meeting at Bosehill this afternoon was well attended, and the weather was fine and bright. Following are results :— Flying Handicap ; 6 furlongs. Utter, 9st 31bs ? 1 Salutation, 7st 71bs ? 2; ' Avenger, 6st Illb3 ? 3 Huedle Bace-; 2 mile?. Brisbane, list. 111b'. ? 1 Amulet, lOst ? , 2 Lord Plausible, lOst. 51b........ ? 3 Januabt Handicap ; 1$ mile 100 yards. '? All Sorts, 9st ? 1 Solon, 7st4lb ? 2 . .... Queensborough, 7st 7lb ? 3 Selling Ba.ce ; 6 furlongs. Creeper ? ; ? 1 Little Mab ? 2 Miles Standish.. ? , 3 Nuesebt Handicap; 5 furlongs. First Shot, 7st 71bs ? ' 1 . . Enid, 7st71bs ? ....'.„..'.... 2 Glendennon, 7st 71bs ? 3 FiiTiNG Welter ; 6£ furlongs. His Eeverence, 8st 111b.' ? T Decimal, 83t 71b ? 2 Hero, list 31b ? 3
LATEST CABLEGRAMS. London, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 20 January 1894
LATEST CABLEGttAK [Feom the Press Telegraph Association.] London, Friday. The British forces in West Africa, which carno into conflict with the French recently at Sierra Leone, continued its chase after the Sofa natives. In the fight which ensued the Sofas were completely routed, and hundreds of slaves were released from captivity. The locality of the impending fight between Mitchell and Corbett is kept secret, owing to in structions received by the military to prevent the contest. A fire which occurred on board the Kiakoura was extinguished by flooding the decks. The damaged cargo will be unshipped. An appeal in connection with the claim of Claridge against the Union Company for damages by injuries sustained while loading on ono of their vessel?., came befora the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council to-day. Judgment nra9 reserved. Mr. Wileman, a gentleman residing at Burton on-Trent, while in France, was attacked by illness, which lasted three days. When he V7as supposed to be d...
LATEST BANKRUPTCY. FRIDAY, JANUARY 20. VOULUNTARY SEQURS' [?]RATIONS [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 20 January 1894
LATEST BANKET JPTCY. F'RIDA-T;. JiMfUABX 20. VOLUNTARY SSOUBS* nniniinvii John. Bealby Smith,, of 22f ;t point Piper-road, Woollahra, canvasser. Mr. E . M. Stephen, official assignee. William .Carmichael,. o2 Ro- okdale, baker. Mr. L. T. Lloyd, official assignee. Frederick Henry Vcamar/ j, of South Broken Hill, labourer. Mr. A. Morris, o £gc;ai assignee. James Henry Baldwr Qj of Port Macquarie. labourer. Mr. L.T-Lloy d, official assiguea. Arthur Charles Logan , afc present a conBnej in. Wollongong Gaol, but recently of Kiama, Clerk: of Petty Sessions. M r. jj. M. Stephen, official as-'iernee. William Ernest Sb 8rriff, of Narrandera, fruit erer. Mr. A. Morris, official assignee. Christian Stein, ? of the White Horse Hotel, ' Georse.and Church streets, Parramatta, publican. ,Mr..E..M. Stephen , official assignee. Fredenak Axxev! jtuB Fiveash, of Broken Hill, em ployed as a surf ar .ehand at the Proprietary mine, ; formerly a sta' ioner. Mr. A. Morris/official . assignee. ? ? creditors...
LATEST SPECIAL TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY. Saturday afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 20 January 1894
LATEST SPECIAL TELEGEAIS. [Fbom the. Peess Telegraph Association.] SYDNEY. Saturday afternoon. Two Domain 'dossers' last night stripped to the waist, and fought — the combat being the result of a quarrel as to who should occupy a certain bed in the open air. Several rounds were fought before the police reached the scene. Both disputants were severely punished and presented a shocking sight at the court to-day wVien a finfi wan inflinfcpfl. in rlfifnnlf. cpvpn fia.tra' imprisonment. Jane Simpson was again before the court on a charge that she attempted to commit suicide by hanging herself. Mr. Carter Smith appeared for the accused and cited cases showing that when a person attempted to commit suicide when drunk at the time the fact of intoxication had been taken into con sideration wherein it was held that a person for that reason did not know what he or she was doing. The accused was discharged. Frederick Stoneham, cierk, and Henry 'Sullivan, bootmaker, were remanded until Thursday ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 20 January 1894
THE J * mHB MEROURY ia Published DAILY X Every Evening at the Office in High Btreet, West Maitland. A WEEKLY EDITION is put forth EVERY SATUB DAY MORNING-. Terms of Subscription : FOR THE MAITLAND DAILT MJEROURT: If Paid in Advance ? 6s per quarter. If Booked ? 8s peE quarter. Single Cobies, 1b. Each. ?FOR THE MAITLAND WEEKLY MERQUET : If Paid in Advance ? 2a per quarter. If Booked ? 3b per quarter. SiNGiE Copies, 2d. Each. ALL SEVEN ISSUES of the MEBOUBY If Paid in Advance ? 8a per quarter If Booked ? 10a per quarter Town and Country Alike. igT The Circulation of the Merewy has never been equalled by that of any Provincial Newspaper in New South Wales, and we are determined that it never shall. Single Copies of any publication can always be had at thia Office . or from street sellers ; but our own office boys have been cautioned not to sell papers in the streets nnder any pretext whatever. 1®° SotioB to Advertisers and Siterita. ? Advertiflernents must be delivered at thi» Office B...
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY. ARRIVALS—YESTERDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 20 January 1894
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY. A'RItrVA.IjS— YESTERDAY: Bny?'6' borouRh« s- 1C9 tons, Captain Wilson, from Bateman'a )f* .ra, a., 1174 tons, Captain J. D. Joy, from Melbourne. no wra, 8., 140 tons, from Manning River. DEPARTURES— YESTERDAY. Wafcntipu. a , for Wellington and ports. L Ayeiiiro, fohooner. for Newou»tle and San Pranoieco. iMirlmbla, p., lov Brisbane and ports. /? Elingamite, 8., lor Melbourne. [Bt Telegraph.]' .. ' ' ARKIVALS-TO-DAY. Titus, irom Blnlmne -, Namol mid Gwydir, from Newcastle Welcome, from Knipnrn (New Zunlandi ; JJcfiance, from Now Zealand ; Buuninyong, from Newcastle. DEPARTURES^-TO-DAY. Cromdnle, ship, for London, with 0000 odd bales of wool nnd a large quantity of Bundriea; Atlantic steamer, for Antwtro and Hamburg, with 1 1,000 bales wool ; Victorian end Lcura for Brisbane; Mauupouri, for Now Zealand ?- tfitzroy for
The Public High School for Girls, West Maitland. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 20 January 1894
The Public High School for Girls, West Maitland. This excellent educatibnal establishment, which dates its existence in West Maitland from 1884, is keeping progress with the advancement of the dis trict, and has grown to such dimensions and suc ceeded so well in its aims and objects that the Department of Education, under whose auspices it is conducted, found it necessary some fifteen months acfo to resume the splendid property of Mr. James D. Prentice in Church-street in order to meet the requirements of the school. No better place could have been selected : the commodious residence with slight alteration has been fitted up with two large, well-ventilated, and splendidly lighted claP3 rooms ; the grounds are spacious, well-enclosed, high above flood reach, and centrally situated, and besides being contiguous to other Government school pro perty, this school is only a few minutes' walk from the Church-street railway station, which must prove an appreciable benefit to the many young ...
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 20 January 1894
An amusing story of Schumann is told by a veteran Vienna critic. The composer once accom panied his wife, who was even then a celebrated pianist, to the palace, when she went to play before the king of Holland, and was gratified by tha monarch's compliments on her performance. Tito composer was somewhat surprised, however, when the king courteously inquired, ' Are you musical ?' The Olivebank is one of the largest ship3 ever seen on the Pacific coast. She is 328 feet long, forty-eight feet beam and thirty-two feet deeps built of steel throughout.
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 20 January 1894
A camel has twice the carrying power of an ox With an ordinary load of 400 pounds he can travel twelve or fourteen iUjb without water, coin? fortv miles a day. They are lit to work at Bvo years old, bub their strength begins to decline at twenty-five '? «' although they usually live to forty. The Tartars - have herds of these animals^ often. 1000 belonging -