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American Eloquence. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 24 February 1894

American Eloquence. £l man on nis trial tor murder, m Kew York, was successfully defended by his coun sel in the following grandiloquent speech : — Gentlemen of the jury, ' Thou sbalt not kill.' Now, if you haDg ray client, you transgress the command as slick as grease, and as plump as a goose's egg in a loafer's face. Gentlemen, murder is murder, whether committed by twelve jurymen or an humble individual like my client. Gentlemen, I do not deny the fact of my client haviug killed a man. No such thins, gentle men. You may bring the prisoner in guilty, the hangman may do his duty — but will that excuse you? No; in that ca»e you will be murderers. Wbo among you is pre pared for tbe brand of Cain to be stamped on bis brow to-day ? — who, freemen ? — who in this land of liberty and light? Gentlemen, I will_ pledge my word not one of you has a bowie knife. No, gentlemen, your pockets are odoriferous with tbe fumes of oi^ars and tobacco. You can smoke the tobacco of rectitude in the pipe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 24 February 1894

AUSTRALIAN MUT5JAL PROVIDENT SOCIETFr Established 18-19, Head Office : — 87, Pitt-street, Sydney. Directors: — The Hon. Sir J. P. Abbott, M.P., Chair-, mnni .Tames R. Hili,, Esq., Deputy Chairman 5 J.T. Walker, Esq, Thomas IiiTTLEJOnN, Esq., - A. W. Meeks, Esq., Bisnj, Short, Esq., Eobt. J. Kino, Esq. General Manager and' Aotuary XiiciiARD Teece, F.I. A., F.F. A. Secretary: ? Robert B. Cameron. The only Australian life office which gives a BONUS . EVERY.; YEAR. Profits divided foi th;) year 1892 amounted to over £50 1,000, yielding a reversionary bonus of over one million sterling. Claims are payable immediately . on proof of death. Annual incoino : Two millions sterling. Accumulated Funds: Over Elovon Mil lions sterling. Hunter River District — West Maitland: C. B. , 'Word*:*:, District, Secretary. IG'12 GJOOKING RANGES and Stoves ; all patterns in . ' ' stock ; reduced prices. Cai-per & Sons. 03S2

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English Fortunes and Expenditure. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 24 February 1894

English Fortunes and Ex penditure. Rpferrioa to this subject, 1VI. Taine, in his ' Notes on England,' writes: — My English friends confirm what I had guessed about the large number ond the vastneBB of the (Eaglinh) private fortunes. Tuke a cab from Sydenham ; for five miles you will puss houses which iudicate an annual outlay of £1,500 and upwards. According i-n tho i.fflnl«l otnfr.?»fcif-a 1 if 1R4-1. thorn ore one million of servants to Bixteon million of. inhabitants. Tbe liberal profesaiouB are mach better remunerated than on the Continent. I know a musician ab Leipzigi of first-class talent ; be receives 3a a lesson at the Academy at. Leipzig, and one guinea in London. The visit of a doctor who is not celebrated coat? 4s or 9d in Paris, and a guinea here. With us a professor at the College of France recoires £300, at the Sor bonne £480, afc the School of Medicine £400, A. professor at Oxford, a head of a house, has often from £1,000 to £3,000. TennyaoD, who writes little, is sa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 24 February 1894

' WST BilNEA TROUSERS. (One Pound, Cash.) We have OPENED THIS WEEK a Small, but Choice, lot of Fine, Solid, Striped Trouserings. — — — :0: ? We bought these Cheap, and will sell them -Cheap. In the good old times we used to get 27s 6cl per pair for same quality ; now offered at 21s PEH PAIR. ?10: ? Mllltpi ft |1R;81IIA3 fill flftQ WWP IlffPI lilt iRWjitk ft Miiwilte, ilfas Iiilfkffl. SEQUAH'S WOaLB»B,EMOW]VED » JB MISSIES & Gaii! now be Obtained from the Following Chemists and Grocers in Slaitland CHEMIST— :'KR. W. -5. MPSCOHB, High-street MESSRS, ®OLFE, GQRRICK, & CO., Wisjih-stireaS. And from ALL CHEMISTS and G-SOCERS in the DISTRICT. - ? ? ? :0: ? ' Bead the Following and Judge for Yourselves ? , Morpeth Eoad, Jany. 17th,- 1894. To SEQTJAH. Deak Sir, — I have much pleasure in testifying to the good your Remedies have done me. I was treated by you publicly nearly a month ago for Rheumatism, from which I had been a sufferer for the past four years. After receiving y...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 24 February 1894

THE GREATEST OF ALL THE LIFE COMPAHJES. ? :0: ? The Mutual Life Insurance Go. of New York. RBCHARO li. RflcCUFSDY, President. TOTAL ASSETS EXCEED £37,000,000. Purely Mutual ; a'l claims settled on the spot immediately upon receipt of satisfactory proofs of death and title. PAID ON ACCOUNT OF POLICY-HOLDERS, -C97, -152,419. Fifty years* experience has taught tho management of The Mutuat, Life op Nf.w York the forms of insurance best adapted to popular requirement. Among these are tho tncotmo ILSfo Policy Life Option Endowment, Six Par CenS. Clonsol, aud the Policies is3ued in honour of tho Jubilee Year, namely, The Five Per Cninit. DeCicnicare, and Tho Continuous Instalment Policy. Z. C. GeirtsE-aS ffor Australia. ? 0 ? For information regarding the Company and tho different form3 of Insurance, apply to . ALEX. MAC KJ3JGHT, Manager for New South Wales, 131 Pitt-street, Sydney; or to BflK. EDVmSiO BLflCn, Agent for Maitland. 27

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REPAIRING HIS FAULT. CHAPTER XXVIII. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 24 February 1894

REPAgRJgfl® H3S FAULT. CHAPTER XXVIII. The next morning, Elsie Benting sat sewing and pinging in the old farm-house at Maple Park, in Duckford, when the stout serving-woman from the kitchen looked in upon her. 'You don't wish any broken crockery mended, or tin pans soldered, do you ? Or would you like to buy any patent solder 01- cement ? A man here has some that he claims will do wonders.' 'No,' said Elsie, hardly looking up from her sewing. 'You know I can't attend to anything of that kind when Mother's away.' ' So I told him,' replied the servant. ' But he's very urgent ; he won't take ' no' for an answer. He insists on seeing the lady of the house.' ' I'm not tbo lady of the house, tell him !' As she spoke, Elsie started up indignantly. The persistent peddler had followed the servant, and was already pushing into the room where the young girl was. ' You need not buy anything of me if you do not wish,' he said, with polite effrontery. But give me a broken plate, or a leaky pan, a...

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MERCURY JUNIOR. THE BABY'S PRAYER. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 24 February 1894

MERCURY JUNIOR. ! TIII-; BABY'S PRAYER. ' I I knelt beside my darling's crib, The old nurse slumbered in her chair ; The night lamp shed a feeble ray, Reproachful of the hearth*stone's glare. I watched as only mothers watch— I prayed as only mothers pray. Who see the silent foe approacn To tear their best belov'd away. Ana soon tne child began to stir, The sweet blue eyes were opened wide. She murmured eottly, n Please mamma, Lay dollie here— right by ray side.' I found the doll juat where it fell ' From out her arms, that first sad day My little one began to droop, And said she was 4* too tired to play.' I brought it, and she held it close— '* I mi?sed my dollie such a heap ! I finks that now I have her here I'll say ray 4 Lay me down to sleep.'' A struggle with the flut'ring breath, Theu ' S'ould 1 dio before I wake,' 1' ell slowly fr*m the tiny lip3, ' 1 pray the Lord my soul to take.' A pause, and then she spoke again, ' I'ee sick, and wants to come to you, t?.r '^e5U9, cause yo...

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Size of the Sea. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 24 February 1894

Size of the Sea. i One gallon of water weighs ten pounds, bo the number of gallons in the Pacific is over two hundred trillions, an amount which would take more than a million years to pass over the Falls of Niagara. Yet, put into a sphere, the whole of the Pacific would only meaeure 726 miles across. The Atlantic could be contained bodily in the Pacific nearly three times. The number of cubic feet is 117 followed by seventeen ciphers; a number that would be ticked off br- nnn million clocks io 37 0.000 V6RTB. Its weight is 325,000 billion tons, and the number of gallons in it 73 trillions. A sphere to hold the Atlantic would have to be 533£ miles in diameter. If it wero made to fill a circular pipe reaching from the earth to the sun, a distance of 93,000,000 miles, the diameter of the pipe would be 1,837 yardB, or rather over a mile ; while a pipe of similar length to contain the Pacific would be over a mile and three quarters across. Yet the dietance to the sua iu so great that, a...

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Valued His Opinion Highly. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 24 February 1894

Valued His Opinion Highly. Lawyers, as a class, are often bothered by friends and acquaintances who ia a purely innocsnfc manner ask tlieir opinions on legal technicalities, with never an idea of paying for tho information. A person of this class received a well merited re buke recently from a well-known legal luminary . Meeting the lawyer he drew from his pocket a five dollar-bill and said : *' Give me your opinion on this tinfrt. Ta ifc P' The lawyer took it, examined it carefully, and then rendered his decision. ' It is perfectly good,'' he said, aud in a nonchalant way he folded it up and put it in his pocket. ' And now,' said the other, ' I'll thank you for the money.' ' Oh, no,' replied the attorney. ' I'll retain ifc as my fee. To give advice i3 my profession, and I cannot afford to render an important opinion without pay.' Dark brown is fche prevsilng colour of the hair of people of the English nationality. Many of the principal houses in Pompeii and Herculaneum had Roman gl...

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A Safety Railway Train. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 24 February 1894

A Safety Railway Train. A Missouri genius has invented what he calls a ' safety railway train ,' or a device to prevent the telescoping of cars in the event of collision. The invention is thus described : ' The main idea of it is that trains comiog together are to he gradually stopped. When they oollide with brakes set and bnmpers crowded together, each car is to move forward a few feet by revolving on a pivot in the centre. The mechanism is simple enough. The body of tbe car is separate from the trucks. It is mounted on a flat car secured by » strong pivot in tbe centre, and turning when in collieion on srooved guide-tracks. The flat car haB sliding eud frames, to all ap ? pearance like ordinary bumpers. Io case of a collision the bumpers receive tbe shock and are pushed inward, releasing a powerful lock and turning the body of tbe car around ou the pivot. This movement separates the cars and makes it impossible for them to telescope. The siding-bumpers at each end of the car advan...

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 24 February 1894

LOCAL NEWS. The Temporary Bridge over AVallis' Creek. — The temporary structure which is to serve the purposes of traffic between East and West Mait land during the time the new iron bridge ia being constructed, is rapidly appronching completion. There is now only a very small span of the flooring to be done, and then everything will be ready for the gravel logs at the side. When this is done, the flooring will be covered -with a good coating of gravel, and in about another fortnight the tem porary bridge will be ready for traffic. Mr. Hick son, of the Harbours and Rivers Department, has nlr.'nrlv criven it as his cmimon that this bridge will sustain traffic for about five years, and judging by what we have seen of it we should think this esti mate of the probable endurance of the struccure is under rather than over-estimated. The Unemployed in America. — An American journalist contributes to the January Arena a striking paper upon tne national problem of how the means of subsistanc...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 24 February 1894

MARRIAGE. REGAN— RILEY.— On 31st of January, at St. John's   Cathedral, West Maitland, by the Right Reverend Dr. Murray. Bishop of Maitland. assisted by the Very Rev. P. Hand, V.G., and the Rev. J. O'Donohoe, Charles, eldest son of the late D. Regan, of Tamworth, to Cissie, younger daughter of the late J. J. Riley, of West Maitland. 50(i DEATH HARDCASTLE — Died at Newcastle, February 16th, 1894,   Bessie Myrtle, the second aud dearly beloved daughter of John and Bessie Hardcastle, and beloved granddaughter of James and K. M. Scobie, Weat Maitlaud, aged 6 years and two months. 573 IN MEM0RIAM.   SWINEY. — In fond and loving remembrance of my dear wife,   Elizabeth Ann Swiney, who departed this life on the 24th Feb., 1887 ; aged 34 years.     Inserted by her loving husband, Samuel Swiney. b,2  

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Hints for Housewives. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 3 March 1894

Hints for Housewives. Light scorch marks may be removed by simply moistening them with water and laying in tbe sun. All embroideries and coloured garments should be ironed on the wrong side, whenever practicable. The skins of new potatoes can be removed more quicuiy witn a sent vegetaoie orusn tnan oy scrap ing. A penny's worth of whiting and a bottle of ammonia will keep silver forks, spoons and other table ware always bright and shining. Instead of toasting bread for pea soup, porridge, etc., try drying it or roasting it till crisp in the oven and see how superior it will be. utnu giass, so cauea, nas Decome very popular as novelty for table use, and while it is really very choice and pretty, it by no means crowds cut glass, which is as staple as one's plate and choieest. linen. To prevent fruit juices from soaking through the bottom crusts of pie, first moisten the erusfc wifch the white of an egg before putting in the fruit. Book rest and table combined, the ink-stand so arrange...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 3 March 1894

Sciiweppe's Mineiml Waters. OODA WATER, GINGERA.LE, LEMONADE,. ® TONIC, SELTZER, &c. These Watcis sfcill hold the proud position of' beingunequallcd. MAITLAND BREWING COY. Agents Maitland and Northorn Districts. 7261 DH JfCKLL VIIES. 112 PHILLIP-ST., s'!5rx5KrES'sr. Legally Qualified and Registered by tho KScdical Board of Mow -South tJa!cs. PROFESSOR OF EL£{2TRQ-MEDICSME AND 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 nment, Railway Medical Officer, Surgeon fco the Police, and Hospital Physician. THIS EMINEN1 SPECIALIST, whose experi ence of 23 Years' continuous practice enables him to GUM3M4TEEE THE CURE of every accepted...

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Sir Charles Napier and Mrs. Serjeant Rowe. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 3 March 1894

Sir Charles ISTapier and Mrs. Serjeant Rowe. I In the summer of 18G4 I was despatched by my j employers to New York. The event was an impor tant one. I have, in my sketches of the ' Bar and the Press,' referred to this journey, which was j undertaken by the Government of the day for the j purpose of capturing Miiller, fche murderer of Mr. I Briggs. j During the voyage I struck up an acquaintance with one of the officers of the crew, an intelligent fellow, the expression of whose face told me, as plainly aB face could tell, that he had not spent the major part of his life in crossing the Atlantic. There was a restlessness about the eyes which seemed to have the power of looking every where at once. There was withal an openness of manner which convinced me that whatever vicissitudes he had encountered, the dual virtues of honour and courage were not lacking. His face was bronzed with the heat of warmer climates than England or Cousin Jonathan's Home ; his eyes were darkblue and pierci...

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A Revolting Divorce Case. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 3 March 1894

A Revolting Divorce Case. A sensational divorce suit was heard yesterday in Melbourne by Mr. Justice Williams, on tho petition of Johannes Cornelius De Goey for the dis solution of his marriage with Amy Elizabeth Do Goey, on the ground of misconduct with Henry Carr, a contractor. The parties were married in March, 18S3, and lived happily together until 1887, when Carr was introduced into their home. On October 12, 1S92, petitioner accused his wife of im propriety with the co-respondent. She confessed to having been unfaithful since 1887. An affidavit from the wife of the co-respondent, who had intervened, stated that the petitioner knew of the intimacy existing between his wife and co-respondent, and that after the latter had left the house petitioner would j demand from his wife fche money which corespon dent had given her. Respondent and co-respondent left Melbourne iu October last as man and wife, on a trip to Adelaide, and on their return an arrange ment was made between the par...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 3 March 1894

THE GREATEST OF ALL THE LIFE COMPANIES. ? :Oi— — — — The Mutual Life Insurance Co. of Mew York. RICHARD McOURDY, President. TOTAL ASSETS EXCEED £37,000,000. Purely Mutual; all claims settled on tho spot immediately upon receipt of satisfactory prcofs of death and title. PAID ON ACCOUNT OF POLICY-HOLDERS, £87,452,41-9. Fifty years' experience has taught the management of The Mutual Like op New York the forms of insurance best adapted to popular requirement. Among those are the Cncomo Life Policy Life Option Endowment, Six Por Cent. Consol, and the Policies issued in honour of the Jubileo Year, namely, The Five Per Gorat. Debenture, and The Continuous Instalment Policy. Z. C. REWMSE, GeneraS Manages' for Australia. For information regarding tho Company and the different forms of Insurance, apply to ALEX. MAC KMIGHT, Manager for New South Wales, 131 Pitt-street, Sydney; or to MR. EDWARD BLAIR, Agent for Maitland. 27

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MESSRS. H. YORK AND SON'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 3 March 1894

MESSRS. II. YORK AND SON'S REPORT. We yarded a moderate supply of cattle for to day's sale, for which there was a fair amount of competition, and prices obtained were very satis factory. Fat Cattle. — We sold — For Jas. Moore, 4 bul locks at £3 10s Gd, 4 at £3 3s 6d, 4 at £3 3s ; E. Sweeney, 4 bullocks at £3 Os 6d, 4 at £2 17s, 4 at 1.U5; * v . iu inggarc, '!? uuuouks .1.0, « tu «is Ins ; Jno. Bnrgman, 4 bullocks at £2 9a ; W. Watt3, 5 steers at £2 4s ; W. H. Price, 3 steers at £2 Oa 6d, heifer at£l 65; H. York, cow at £2 2a; T. Balls, 3 cowa at £1 18s, 2 hei'fers at £1 6s ; A. Dawes, cow at £1 4s ; P. J. C. M'Douall, 3 cows at 17s; and at Homebnsh, by our Sydney Agents, 12 cows at £2 103. Springers.— For D. Wilkinson, cow at £3 6s, 3 heifers at £1 19s, 2 at £1 153 ; R. Dawes, cow at £3 ; E. Tacon, cow at £2 6s, 1 at £2 Is, 1 at£l 1G3. Store Cattle. — For W. H. Price, 16 steers at £1 15s,. 12 at £1, 8 at 13s, 9 at 9s, 5 heifers at 9s 6d ; A. Dawes, 6 cows at 13s 6d, 3 steers at 7s ;...

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Queensland Stock Movements and State of the Country. (Queenslander, Feb. 24.) [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 3 March 1894

Queensland Stock Movements and State of the Country. Quecnslander, Feb. 24.) Mattown, February 15. — Several fine days have been experienced here lately, but: the sun is very hot during tho day, and the nights are close. Hesvy rain fell laBt night, and the rivers are again unfordable. There is every appearance of more rain. The Palmer (Mayfcown), February G. — Showery weatner still continues, ana most ot tne rivers ana creeks are impassible. Cairns, February IS.— One and a-half inch of rain fell last night. The weather is still un settled. Ingham, February 20. — The weather ha3 been fine for the last few days. A lot of work has been done, and tho farms are looking well. Townsville, February 19. — The weather is ex ceptionally hot. Bowen, February 20. — The weather is hot, with northerly winds prevailing, and rain appears likely. Richmond Downs, February 16. — Since 1st January 12'7in. of rain have fallen here, and this fall has been general through fche district, reports from all di...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 3 March 1894

AUS763i&LfiM5 MUTUAL PiSOnORiW SOCIETY, . Established 1849. Head Office : — 87, Pitt-street, Sydney. ' Directors The Hon. Sir J. P. .Abbott, M.P.,Chair : man ; .J ames !R, Hill, Esq., Deputy Chairman 5 ' J-T. Walker, Esq., Thomas Little.toiin, Esq., A. W. Meees, Esq., BuN.r. Short, Esq., RoiiT. J.KiNO.Eaq. General Manager and Actuary : v Richard Teece.i F.I.A., F.F.A, Secretary: Robert B,. Cameron. ; THE ONLY AUSTRALIAN LIFE OFFICE which gives a . BONUS,. EVERY YEAR.;' Profits. divided foi the year .1892 amounted to over £501,000, yielding a reversionary bonus of over one million sterling. Claims are payable immediately 011 proof of death. Annual income :: Two millions sterling, Accumulated Funds: Over Eleven- Mil- lions sterling. | i Hunter. River .District — West Maitlaud -t G: B.-; ? Wore Kir, District Secretary,. , 1642' - 1

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