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THE DUTY OF THE OPPOSITION. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 22 January 1894

THE DUTY OF THE OPPOSITION. Obsthttctioit is a Parliamentary weapon of offence the use o£ which, in the nature oi' 'thingo, ia justified only on rare occasions. Th6 present is an occasion which warrants seBort to it. We state below the reafons which in our opinion call upon the Opposition io do its utmost to prevent the Government from persevering in its intention to legislate. We admit the needs of the country. But the needs of the country have had small con sideration hitherto at the hands of, the Assembly, And, aa they have waited so long to be Batisfied they can wait a month or two longer, by which time 4he electora will bave an opportunity to deal with unprofitable servants. If they do their duty to themeelves and the country they will make so clean a Sweep of the Assembly that a new and accept able combination of rulers Bhall be possible. One piece of business may, however, be ex pected of the Assembly — the grant of supply. Not because Ministers or Opposition want it, but bec...

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E. W. SPARKE'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 22 January 1894

e. -w. sparke's report. * Fat Sheep. — Supplies to-day were the lightest for months past, and prices cannot be looked upon aa ruling market rates. I have sold — For Captain Mayne, wethers from 6s 4d ; Northern Agents, wethers from 6s to 63 8d, ewes at 4a lOd, lambs at 5s 7d ; E. Underwood, shorn sheep at 7s, lambs (tops) at 6s 6d, second from 4b 8d to 5s 4d. Fat Calves. — Very large supplies forward, some lota being very good and fresh ; demand dull. I have sold'— For W. and G. Abbott, 6 from 9s to 203 ; D. Gumming, 17 from 21s to 323, 4 at 15s ; W. Adam, 3 steers at 19s ; J. Crouch, 1 at 103 Gd ; James Hooke, 6 from 12s to 12a 6d; N. Adam, heifers 24a. Weat Maitland, Monday.

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DISTRICT NEWS. SINGLETON. SINGLETON MECHANICS' INSTITUTE—ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 22 January 1894

DISTRICT NEWS. [Fkom our Correspondents.] SINGLETON. SINGLETON MECHANICS' INSTITUTE — ANNUAL MEETING. The annnal meeting of members of th« Mechanics' Institute, was held in tbe large hall of the Institute on Friday evening last, 19fch instant. There was a moderate attendance. The President (Mr. 'William Manly) occupied the chair. The minutes of the last annual meeting wera read and confirmed. xne secretary (_Mr. a. a. Denning) read the annual report as follows : — In compliance with the custom ordained by the rules, the Council has the honor to lay before the members a detailed report of proceedings during twelve months now ended, being the tViirty-eignth annual report, and the tenth under the rules passed in June, 18S3. Members. — The first important matter is the membership of the Institute, and in this respect the Council are pleased in submitting a most grati fying report. On the induction of the new Librar ian on the 1st February last a revision of the names on the roll was mad...

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Maitland Stock Market. MONDAY'S SALES. J. N. BRUNKER'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 22 January 1894

Maitland Stock Market. MONDAY'S SALES. J. N. BRUNKEr'S REPORT. Fat Cattle. — Large supply forward, some of which were exceedingly prime. My consignments, with the exception of the St. Aubin's cattle, were in little better than store condition, but having first sale, I was enabled to clear every lot yarded very satisfactorily. My sales comprise : — On account of F. McFarlane, steers at £3, ditto light at £2 12s, heifers at £2 ; J. Lawler, steers at £3 5s, heifers at £2 Is 6d ; W. Pearse, cows to £2 19s, light heifers at .£1 10s to £2 6d ; Bakewell Bros, steers at £3 to £3 103, ditto (light) at £2 18s, cows at £2 17s to .£3 7s. Fat and Store Pigs. — Moderately large supply, with dull demand and prices Is 6d to 2s lower . than last week's rates. Good quality QUUig JmTL^O CkUU- Oll^JO OUIU O-U JLGIUUUG&kUIV C figures. I sold— J. Eyb's at 15a 9d, P. McDonnell's at 8s 6d, M. Harrigan's at 153 9d, Jo3. Wether head's at 19s, Robt. Way's at 12s, P. Hogan'a at 13s 6s, J. Capper's at 1...

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Singleton Sports. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 22 January 1894

Singleton Sports. Following are the handicaps for the principal events to be got through at the United Friendly Societies' Demonstration, to be held at Singleton on Anniversary Day : — Half-milk Bicycle Race. Yds. J. Megson ? — R.W.Lewis ? 10 W, F. Phelan ? ...V..... 25 M. G. Phelan ? 35 E. D. Smith ? ; ? 35-. H. Harris ? , ? 4.5 J. Bradbury ? -. ? 45 J. Harbourne ? /;....;. .. .;-.-.. .*.-„;;. rfto ' F. Stackleberg...... ? .' . yo J. Lacey? ? 70 F. Mears ? -.: ? ^75 J. Buck ? ; ? f5 A. D. Benjamin ? 85 E. Curtis (roadster) ? 85 W. E. Corben ? 05 E. Thomson (roadster) ? 95 W. A. Adams ? /. ? '95 C. Harbourne ? no W. Thomson ? no A. M'Gregor ? 110; 'J. M'Grath ? ?;'. .110 F. W. Wiles (roadster).....,......... 115 E. Horder ? 122 B. Coughlan (roadster) ? : ? 122 E. Salomons (cushion) „...'.......... 170 One Mile. Yds. J. Megson ? — E.W.Lewis ? 20 W. F. Phelan ? 50 M. G. Phelan ? GO E. D. Smith ? 60 ? H. Harris ? 90 J.Bradbury ? .....;. 90 A. S. Moore ? ....;...........;..,... 100 J. H...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 22 January 1894

ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION. To-Jionnow, Tuesday, January 23. | Mr Jas. N. BnuNKEn, nt Newcastle, at ten, farm and dairy 1 'produce, on account of II. R. farmers. H. R Farmeks & Consumers Co., at Newcastle, at three, . Mr. 'hTcvNei ^a^Ncwcaetle, at three, farm produce, dairy J5 ! H. T?obk C& Son, at the 8hed and yards of the Farmers Aeao ; dalion, Singleton, at half-past ten, farm, field, anl dairy ' GbadJoeu '& FalkiNER, at the Farmers' Central Markets, 1 : Singleton, at eleven, farm and dairy produce, poultry, : pigs, etc. SHIPPING. THE NEWCASTLE and HUNTER RIVEE STEAMSHIP CO. (Limited.)— The Company's J ?First-class PASSENGER STEAMERS NIGHTLY ?* (Sunday excepted) PROM SYDNEY at 11, and !FROM NEWCASTLE at 11.30. Cargo forwarded ? ito and from Morpeth and Sydney daily. Bertha 'can be secured by letter, or telegram, to the Traffic Manager, Newcastle Office. p F. J. THOMAS, Manager. / m/f ESSAGERIES MARITIMES. — SYDNEY llXL TO LONDON, VIA PARIS. i Steamers o£...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. NEWCASTLE. Monday afternoon. ARRIVALS.—Today. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 22 January 1894

SHIPPXBT& INTELLIGENCE, [By Teli-graph.] Monday nlternoon. ARRIVALS.-To-day. ' Gwydir, Tiranru, and Balraain, stenmers, from Sydney ? Oceania, Vanioe, schooner, a\»o from Sydney ; Chain, barque from BuenosJAyres; Fanny Pisoher, Janet, F. Price, BoUooruTB Irom Sydney i City oi Graftnn, steamer, from Sydney. DEPARTURES-To-day. Favorite, ketoh. to (Jape Uowke; Marion Inglia. ship, to Mollendo ; Balmnin and Gwydir, steamers, to Sydney : Duuken field, to Melbourne. Weather fine, though cloudy. SYDNEY. ARRIVALS.— Januamt 21. ^ Frank Guy echooner, 191 tona, Captain L. M'Quarrio, from Kaiparn (N.Z.) January 13. . - City of Graiton, s., S23 tona, Caplaiu D. Anthon. from. Clarence Uiver January 20. Rodondo, s , 1117 tonp, Captain Selmes, from Brisbane lfltU January. John D. Tallant. tour- masted schooner S34 tona, Captain W. Henderson, from Victoria, liritiuh Columbia. Corinna, «, 1279 tons, Captain W. A. Pearoe, Irom Lnun ceston, via Eden. Electra, 3, 095 tons, Captain 13. Farrell. f...

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LATE NEWS BY CABLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 22 January 1894

LATE NEWS BY CABLE. The following messages are taken from tbe Herald: — London, Jan. 19. The Hon. E. Blftke, M.P. for the Southern Division of Longford, has appealed for .£48,000 in aid of the Irish Nationalist funds, including JE9000 for the payment of Irish members in the House of Commons. Mrs. Thompson, vsho has figured prominently in the remarkable paternity case, has applied to the Courts to grant a commission to inquire in Australia as to the accuracy of the statements mad* in court, by virtue of which. Thompson, to whom the alleged she was not married, obtained the custody of the children. The state oE Prince Bismarck's health is such as to cause considerable anxiety to his medical atten ianta. An injunction has been granted against tte pro prietors of Madame Tussaud's Waxworks resensin ng them from exhibiting as effigy of Monson, who Igured prominently in the Ardiamont case. London, Jan. 20. The Bank of Australasia has given a fortnight's aotice of its intention to withdraw ...

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H. R. A. and H. Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 22 January 1894

H. E. A. and H. Association. A special meeting of the committee of the Hunter River Agricultural and Horticultural Asso ciation was held in the Council Chamber, Town Hall, this afternoon. There were present — Messrs. John Pearse, John Bowden, John Rourke, W. J. Sloan, G. H. Stephens, W. S. Harrison, Thos. Carter, T. H. Pearse, Geo. Buxton, Thos. JJimmocE, Joseph McDonald, Mark Winter, M. Moore, and the Secretary (W. C. Quinton). Mr. John Bowden, one of the Vice-Presidents, was voted to the chair. The minutea of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. Apologies were made for the absence of Messrs. J. Leopold, R. F. Graham, Geo. Bishop, J. Reynolds, and the President. Correspondence. — The Secretary read the fol lowing communications : Prom the Under Secretary Department of Agriculture, that the intention -was to confine the National prizes to agricultural sub jects only, but as the Association had advertised She prize of £5 for coal, it was decided to allow it to stand. A simil...

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Probable Weather. Monday afternoon. WEATHER REPORT. Sydney Observatory, 1 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 22 January 1894

Probable Weather. [From the Press Telegraph Association.] Monday afternoon. Weather Report. Sydney Observatory, I p.m. Victoria and the Straits: Fine, clear, warm generally. Tasmania : Fine, clear generally. New South Wales : Fine generally ; cloudy along the coast line. ' Forecast Issued. To-dat. New South Wales : On central coast fresh to strong Southerly winds and seaj other parts, variable winds. Weather warm ana unsettled generally. Brisbane, Monday. Mr. Wragge, Government Meteorologist, reports that the brrometic disturbance which caused great anxiety last week, appears to have regained its original course. This morning's observations show the centre in approximate latitude 22 degrees south, longitude 156 degrees east; a wind is blow from the south-south-east at the rate of 58 miles an hour, at Sandy Cape from 34 to 40 miles ; also at Double Island Point, Bustard Head, and Cape Capricorn. Mr. Wragge again advises shipping bound north to be on the alert for very squally, dirty ...

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LATE GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 22 January 1894

LATE GENERAL NEWS. Members of the Government state that on Saturday they were interviewed by many members, and that promises of increased support' were made to them. It is understood that early this week a deputa tion of about 20 members of the House, ignoring party lines, will wait upon the Premier and urge that in view of Mr. Copeland's 1G years of service to the country the affair of Wednesday night might be overlooked. On Saturday the delegates from the other colonies to the Intercolonial Labour Conference were entertained by the local labour members at a harbour picnic. On Saturday the recently-formed Germanic National Association held its inaugural picnic at Cabarita. Upwards of 2000 people attended. The Sydney players in their first innings against Melbourne University on Saturday were disposed of for 205 runs, and when stumps were drawn had lost two wickets in their second innings for 35. The race for the 18ft. championship in con nection with the Johnstone's Bay Sailing Clu...

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The Political Situation. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 22 January 1894

The Political Situation. The Sydney papers of to-day contain of course re 'erences to the political situation, and later de velopments, if there be any, will be mentioned in our telegraphic matter. Ministers, according to our contemporaries, intend to go on as if the majority of one was a substantial majority. They tbiuk the Assembly will not refuse them supply. A number of members have assured them of support, and they say they remain in office and will attempt legislation for the country's good. Though the Government is anxious to go on with work it ad mits that if the Opposition attempt obstruction, in a House so equally divided in opinion as is the Assembly, there will be a lively time. What the Government will do supposing obstruction to be successful has not been declared, but mysteriouo hints have been dropped that in such an emergency, supply will be obtained if the House prorogued in view of a dissolution as soon as the elections can be held. With respect to the Minister of...

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METEOROLOGICAL REPORT. READING, 22ND JANUARY, 9 A.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 22 January 1894

METEOROLOGICAL .REPORT. Reading, 22nd Januaky, 9 A.M. Thermometer— Maximum, 81 ; minimum, 57, Kainfall— Nil. Remarks— Cloudy, like rain;

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Daily Weather Report. MONDAY, 22ND JANUARY, 1894. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 22 January 1894

— B^ — I ? Daily Weather Beportr Monday, 22nd January, 1894. Armidale— E.N.B , oloudy. Aberdeen— Calm, fine. Bronxton— Calm, cloudy. Bourke— Ennt, fine. lireczn — Calm, fine. BoRgabri— Cnlm, fine. Barraba— N.E., floe, clear. Binfjnra— Calm, fine, clear; river 4ft. Cm., falling. Browarrina— Calm, fine. Casstlis— Calm, dull. Coolah— S.E., fine. Coonnbarabran — Calm, fine. Coonamble— S.E., fine. ; Clarenoe Town— S.E,, dull. Denman— Calm, fine. DunRog— Calm, oloudy, like rain. Greta— Calm, dull. , Glen Innes— E., overcast, fine. Goodooga— Ejst, fine. Gunnedah — Calm, fine. Gundy— Calm, fine. Jerry's Plains— Calm, cloudy. Merriwa — Calm, fine. Dluawellbrook—S E , cloudy, like rain. Sturrurundi— S.E , fine. Jloonnn Brook— Calm, fine. Blorpeth— S. W., light misty rain. ... Millie— Calm, fine. Sloree — Calm, fine. Manilla— Calm, One, clear: Mogil Jlogil— Calm, fine. Mungindi— Calm, fine. „ Newcastle— S.W., light, dull, cloudy, moderate sea swell. Wnt-fnhri ? 3 V. 41nn Filliga— Calm/fine. ' ...

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ITEMS OF INTEREST. [ORIGINAL AND SELECTED.] [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 22 January 1894

ITEMS OF INTEREST. [Original and Selected.] At 3 o'clock on Friday afternoon the Bourke Meat Preserving Company had put through half a million sheep since it commenced work in April last year. The works are now full-handed, and there is plenty of stock for many months to coino. An Albury telegram states that a large grass fire occurred a few days ago in the Wiana district through a tree being struck by lightning. On Coreen and Tate's 12,000 acres of grass and fences and yards were destroyed. The Emu Park Estate was also burned out. The export of coal from Newcastle to foreign and intercolonial ports for the week ending Friday night was as follows : Victoria, 10,950 tons ; West Australia, 3300 j Tasmania, 1170 ; New Zealand, 4077; Chili, 5633 ; Queensland, 150 ; South Austra lia, 4150; China, 2700; Honolulu, 128G. Total 33,416 tons. ' An important decision has just been pronounced in Vermont (U.S.A.) as to engagement rings. A young man sued to recover one that he had given a young wo...

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NEWCASTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 22 January 1894

NEWCASTLE. As the holiday on the 26th approaches the ex citement regarding the choral contest is increasing. Already trial practices have been given and have gone off satisfactorily to all parties, so the local critics must be satisfied their own party are going to win. If we may use the phrase, betting is on the Hamilton and Adamstown choir, but some say Wallsend has as good a show. Friday will prove which has top place. On Saturday several forged cheques were passed upon unsuspecting tradespeople by two fashionably.-; dressed young men, but before they could decamp they were cleverly arrested by Sergeant Thompson. Full particulars will develope before the police court to-day. It; is proposed, we presume as a fitting recogni tion of his past services, and on the approaching close of his term of office, to entertain Mr. D. Scott, M.L.A., and his wife, and a meeting for that end will take place in Carrington this evening. We look upon £6 per week, a free railway pass, and sundry perq...

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West Maitland Police Court. MONDAY, JANUARY 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 22 January 1894

West Maitland Police Court. Monday, January 22. The Bench at the West Maitland Police Court this morning was occupied by the Police Magistrate (Mr. J. N. Brooks) and Messrs. H. Crothers, J. W. Pender, and John Pearse, Js.P. Booth Licenses.— Booth licenses were 'granted to Daniel Bowcock and A. E. Wiebe, to be held on the Rutherford racecourse on Friday and Saturday next. Drunks. — A couple of drunks were before the Bench, and in consideration of their being looked up since Saturday night were discharged. Drunk and Disorerly. — Thomas Murray, charged with being drunk and disorderly in Hunter street on Saturday afternoon last, pleaded nofc guilty. Senior Constable Kennedy proved the offence, and defendant was fined 20s or seven days. Obscene Language. — Patrick Henery, on bail, charged with having made use of obscene language, pleaded guilty. Constable Wensor proved the offence, but gave the defendant a good character. Fined 2a 6d, in default four hours in the lockup. Indecent Languag...

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 22 January 1894

LOCAL NEWS. Another Chess Match by Temobaph.-Mi. ?flames Peek, custodian of the School . ot Arts has received an invitation from Mr. John Moore, of Armidale,toplay a return Chess Match by tele graph on Friday next- Anniversary Day-provided ' the use of the telegraph offices can be obtained for that purpose. It will be reco lected that on the 9th November last the Armidalo second team and a team Rplected bv Mr. Peek played an unnmsnuu mate? and the d Jsirc now of the Armidale team is to n?av a return Mr. Peek has asked the member forPWest Ma tland to intercede with the Post ttftBter-General for tho use of the telegraph office, ami is ^na£ arrangements to try and secure the players who took part in tho first match, or failing that a team to take their place. Exit, JonNSTOK.-Many friends of Mr. Frank Johnston, whose intended removal from town we chronicled in our last issue, were surpnsed at the intSn, but this did not prevent them from holding a hurried meeting, the result of which wa...

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ADRIAN'S RELEASE. CHAPTER VIII. THE TEMPTATION OF ADRIAN NORREYS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 22 January 1894

JtDRIAirs RELEASE. CHAPTER VIII. THE TEMPTATION OF ADRIAN NORREYS. w.J very dear Husband, — I was so pleased to encounter yon on the Spa last night ; it was nice to aee you again, if only for a minute. But it was dreadfully tantalising not to be able to claim you for my own, as you are j and worse still to see you in the company of the pretty girl, your companion. That kiss and loving little episode by the laurel tousti was quite idyllic, Adrian. I should have been quite touched by its apparent simple innocence, if it had not been your wife who witnessed it all. We must have a little explanation abuut that affair, my dear Adrian, besides one or two other important matters that need a coufcreuco between us. Come aud see me to-morrow ; I am stiying at 268, Es planade, with| old Mrs. Farquharson to play pro priety and take care of me. Oh, I can assure you that I, at any rate, am behaving with the most perfect correctness of demeanour, whatever other people may do. Don't fail to come an...

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ECHOES OF SPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 22 January 1894

ECH0ES_0P SPORT. The breeding of the winners at Rosehill on Saturday is as follows :— Utter, by Martini-Henry — Urallo; Brisbane, by Saunterer— Miss Queens land ; All Sorts, by Marvellous— Contessa ; Creeper, by Marvellous— Ivy ; First Shot, by Nordenfeldt— Lady Nora; His Reverence, by The Grey Palmer Crucifix. A remarkable coincidence in connection with, ther Rosehill meeting is that the brothers Delaney— W. and J. — were first and second in the Nursery Han dicap, whilst tho brothers Gough— John and Jamea —occupied similar positions in the Flying Welter. On each occasion the younger lad won. In the last-named race Hero was backed as if the son of The Drummer had regained his old time brilliancy, and it is said Mr. Oxenham put no less than £600 on him. The handsome bay, however, ran a bad race, and could do no better than run third to Mr. Foy's disappointing Irish importa tion, His Reverence, who managed to concede little Decimal 41b. and defeat him by a head, after a despernte stru...

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