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Reminiscences of Maitland and the District. No. 16.—1851. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 3 March 1894

Reminiscences of Maitland audi the District, No. 16.— 1831. On the 1st July, n disastrous flood occurred in the Hunter, the river reaohimj a height of twenty feet, and overflowing its banks in many places. At that time the lowest part of fche river bank in Maitland waB opposite Mr. JamoB Young's hotel, the Queen's Arms, where the High-street Jimbanument now stands. The water there was within six inches of the footpaths, but generally it wanted a rise of about eighteen inches to bring the flood into the town. The vicinity of Fishery Creek was flooded through tho river water entering Hall's Creek, and Lochend, Brook's Flat, and Lonth Park were submerged, and great destruction done to growing crops. The Iosbos on the Paterson were also very great. On the night of the 2nd July, Mr. Fisher's Tweed Cloth Manufactory at Stockton, near Newcastle, was totally destroyed by fire, supposed to be the work of an Incendiary, the damage of stock, machinery, and build ings being estimated at between...

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Literary News, Notes, etc. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 10 March 1894

Literary Hews, Notes, etc. The declaration of Mr. Standish O'Grady, in his Story of Ireland, that the Irish taints wore unmiti gated liars as a rule, and that Oliver Cromwell was the boat benefactor Ireland has had, has given rise to considerable indignation in that eountiy. The Freeman's Journal has published letters from priests denouncing this ' outrage on Irish faith and reel ing,' and Sir Charles Gavan Duffy has been taken to task for selecting Mr. O'Grady to contribute a collection of stories of Elizabethan Ireland, entitled ' Bog of Stars,' to the New Irish Library. This (says the Daily Chronicle ) has called forth a vigor ous reply from Sir Charles, who, writing from Nicej says : — ' The suggestion that we must not accept help in a good cause from a man who has written something we disapprove of would lead us into Btrange places.' He adds : — ' Are we to reject Mr. Gladstone's labours for Ireland because ho wrote the libel on the Catholic Church called 'Vaticanism/ or refuse...

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The Great Catherine's Playmates. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 10 March 1894

The Great Catherine's Play mates. Catherine the Great, of Russia, was very fond of children. When she was a grand mother one of her favourite diversions was to play with her grandchildren, and earlier in lifeshs had always Bome child guests or pro tegee in her family. M»rkof, a little boy who was one of the first children to b« vaccinated when inoculation against smallpox was introduced into Russia, was a great favorite with her. Ab he grew older his place was taken by a little son of Admiral Ribeau pierre. The child visited the imperial palace in a moat unhappy state of mind. In some way or other the idea wan fixed in hi' small brain that he had been brought there to. have his head cut off. Catherine devoted herself tn winning his confidence, and she succeeded. Tbey became great frienda. She cut out paper dolls and made play things for him. One day she took a ribbon from her neck to make the reins for a horse and carriage which he was cutting out of pasteboard under her direction. ...

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The Farm and Garden. PROGRESSION IN BEE-CULTURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 10 March 1894

The Farm and Garden. IBOGHIESSIOJT IN BEE-CTJLTUKE. Tho aoience of bee-koeping is sufficiently understood by a few to secure excellent re sults in almost any part of our country where attention iB paid to it, but the masses of farmers are comparatively ignorant upon the subject. Many, however, who have no bees, might with a little study and care keep a few stands of bees with profit. A wriier in the American Sec Journal says: Prior to _ the introduction of the movable- framo principle, the science of bey-culture, although at the hands of the late Quinby, of Langotrotb, and a few others in the United States, and of Dzierzon and Huber, on the other side of the water, had been decidedly advanced from its prior position, yet so far aa the general public is concerned, it was but little understood or appreciated. The difficulties attending scientific investigation and research were so great, that the large majority bad neither the time nor the means of accomplishing anything of lasting va...

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CARE OF SHEEP'S FEET. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 10 March 1894

CASE OF SHEEP'S FEET. The sheep's feet is constructed in quite a I different manner from that of the hoTse, which ie known as a soliped, or single-hoofed animal. Sajs a writer for American Agricul - I turist : The space between the claws of the j double hoof of ruminants is a place of danger, and quite often tbe seat of disease. And this is more imminent in the sheep than iu the ox. This space is protected on the inside by a thick skin, covered with hair, to relieve the friction, bu* is frequently ground down to the tissue underneath it, by the grit of Bandy or gravelly paoturea. The hoin of the front part of the hoof, too, grows in such a manner as to invite disease, as it extends benenth the sole, when in a soft condition produced by wet ground, aud then turns under and i gathers filth which soon corrodes tbe softened sole, and luys bare the vascular tissue of the interior of tbe foot, which then becomes dis eased by exposure to the ground, and by the poisonous influence of the de...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 10 March 1894

NOTICE. ? ~:0; ? - u L ITliliill ? ?;0: ? TN- order to more effectually meet the wishes of our many Constituents who of late have been forwarding' us large Consignments of Produce for sale, we have \ OPENED I PMDOK ABENCY Which is conducted under the personal super vision of Mr Myles Mclnnes, Who has had considerable experience as Sales man in the All Consignments forwarded to our care will ii© dealt with promfstlj?. Our Sydney business will be conducted strictly on Cash tPriftcipIles. Immediately Sales are effected, the Producer will be promptly furnished with Ciiscfaa© and Account Scales* This is one of the main features that the Branch will be conducted on, in order to enable us to give (gasick to fiie Producer. Returns for all Northern Consignments will be paid at our Maitland Offices. Liberal advances made on Consignments entrusted to our care. All descriptions of Produce purchased or accepted for sale on consignment. — :o: ? MIH Wit! 1 17 Ml!-* SMI. - correspondence invited. ?...

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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 10 March 1894

GENEEAL hews. I Following upon tho announcement made recently that certain settlors had been expelled from tho New Australia Settlement at Paraguay, Mr. G. W. Pope, writing from that place on the 4th December, | has addressed a letter to the South Australian Register, in which he makes some sensational statements. I Tbe quantity of sugar exported from the various ports of Queensland during the month of February amounted to 2623 tons, mating a total of 53,229 tons from tbe 1st July, 1893. Ihe water supply on the road to Coolgardie has almost wholly failed. The Union Steamship Company of New Zealand, whose offices were broken into some weeks ago, has decided to present to the constables who were in jured in the affray with the burglars free passes to Now Zealand and back. The round trip, it is thought, should thoroughly make convalescent those officers who will soon bo out of the doctor's hands. Though the vintage iu the Singleton district this year will not be deficient in quality, i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 10 March 1894

THE GREATEST OP ALL THE LIFE COMPANIES. ? :0: ? ? The Mutual Life Insurance Co. of New York. RIGHAFSO A. fflflcCUIftOY, President!. TOTAL ASSETS EXCEED £37,000,000. Purely Mutual ; all claims settled on the spot immediately upon receipt of satisfactory prcofs of death and title. PAID ON ACCOUNT OF POLICY-HOLDERS, £S7,452,449. Fifty years' experience has taught the management of The Mutual Life of New York tho forms of insurance best adapted to popular requirement. Among these ar.j the Insomc S-!f-5 Policy Life Option Endowment, Six Per Contf. Gonso!, and the Policies issued in honour of tho Jiibilco Year, namely, The Five Per GonS. Debenlurs, and Tho Continuous Instalment Poliejf. Z. G. B!T:,pa!!3!!E, General! folasiager for /tluafiralia. For information regarding the Company and the different forms of Insurance, a.pply to ALEX. MAC KNIGHT, Manager for New South Wales, 131 Pitt-street, Sydney; or to WR. EI JWAKO BL&1R, Agent for Maitland. 27

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The Cock Lane Ghost. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 10 March 1894

The Cock Lane Ghost. The ghost of Cock Lane is the subject of an article by Mr. Howard Pyle ia Harper* & Magazine. The lane, according to Mjq Pyle, was a dirty little slum at the back of St. Sepulchre'# Churcb, between Snow Hill anS G-il's par-street. The house where the ghost disported herself was tenanted by M!r. Persons, clerk of St. Sepulchre's Church, who had a daughter aged twelve years, the ' medium' in the case. To Mr. Parsons, in 1759, enter* a Mr. Kent, or Kempe, who was living with his deceased's wife's sister, Mias Fanny. Each of these interesting lovers m*de & will bequeathing his, or her, worldly wealth to the survivor. Qn ft curtain occasion Mr. Kent had to to a funeral in the country, leaving Miss Fanny alone in Oock Lane. The young woman invited Parson's little girl to share her bed and both she and tbe child were kept awake all ni^ht by scratching and rapping noisea. These phenomena recurred at intervals for Homo timo. and wero lirmrnlninnd Then the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 10 March 1894

MANGLES from GOs, portable Washing Coppers* Wringing Machines. Capper & Sons. 04G6 MUTUAL S(M!SETV. Established 1849. Head Office: — 87, Pitt-street, Sydney. Directors TheHon. Sir J. P. Abbott, M.P.,Chair man; .IamesR. Hill, Esq., Deputy Chairman j J. T. Walker, Esq , Thomas Little, tohn, Esq., A. W. Meeks, J5sq., BEN.r. Short, Esq., Rout. J. King, Esq. Genoral Manager and Actuary : Richard Teece, F.I. A,, F.F.A. Secretary: Robert B. Cameron. nnHE ONLY AUSTRALIAN .LIFE OFFICE ? JL which gives a BONUS EVERY YEAR. Profits divided for the year 1892 amounted to ovor £504,000, yielding a reversionary bonus of over one million sterling. Claims are payable immediately ' on proof of death. Annual income : Two millions sterling. Accumulated Funds : Over Elevon Mil lions sterling. ? Hunter River District— West Maitland : C. B. Worden, District Secretary. 1G42

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 10 March 1894

FRUIT PRESERVING JARS. MSOi'S. 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 lightning. Pints ? ? ? 6s 6d per dozen Quarts - ? ????? 7s per dozen i Half-gallons ? 9s per dozen Extra IND2ARUBBER RINGS for the above, 8d per dozen. PRESERVE ro HONEY JARS. jpj^j » Hard Metal Screw Tops Hard Metal Screw Tops , ' I '111 Coric WA»s. 1^1 Oou WADS. Um lib, 4s per doz. 1 21b, 43 9d per doz. lib, 3s per doz. with lib, 4s doz. .Parchment Cover ' (no Screw Top) ? o ? CRICKETING GOODS. Further supplies of the above are expected to land shortly. ?00 ? DIRECT IMPORTERS OF lloolks,, JStatfoaaeiry, JPanacy C2irfl©li©tlsig CioocSs, FisMsag TacMe, Cr©ckerywaM°e9 'W EST OWEN & BECKETT HIGH-STREET, WEST MAITLAND, mil BUM, MLB, MISS, ani ?MS, &t„ REQUIRE PLENTY OF ROOM F03 MEW SEASON'S GOODS arriving ai the latter end of larch. ? ? ? O ? We are Offering Special Bargains in Dress G-oods. ? ;0: ?...

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The Inspiration of the Bible. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 10 March 1894

The Inspiration of the Bible. ? In his opening address to the Presbyterian General Assembly, the Moderator-elect, the Rev. G. Mclnnes, M.A., B,D., departed from the usual formal style of address and devoted himself to a consideration of the movement in thought which displaces the Bible as a verbally-inspired and inerrant code of rules, in favour of a truer and more reasonable view of the real nature and actual function of the Book. Mr. Mclnnes first stated tho verbal in3pir- , ation theory — that the Scriptures,' just as we now have them, are in all their parts and in all their contents and in their very words as well as their ideas equally inspired; equally free from error not only in morals and in doctrine, but also in facts, even the most unimportant whether: geographical, scientific, or historical.:. The faith of Christianity for life or for death had been bound to the verbal theory of inspiration, a theory which made very difficult indeed the reconciliation1 of certain, diversi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 10 March 1894

Notice to tiie Residents op the Paterson and District. DR. FRAKIt LIODELL, 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 One p.m. 0134 DR. PENTLAND has RESUMED PRACTICE, * ANJ- CAW BE CONSULTED A.T HIS HOUSE, AS USUAL, Oil PAIILESB JffiNTISTRY. ' S»IMEBAL ARTIFICIAL TEETH, Without Springs, Wires, or Fastenings. c, hTSbb, D.D.S., R.D.S., SURGEON DENTIST, ! EIGH-STREE T, WEST MAITIiAND, Haying 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 aiv entirely Ncto System of Fixing Artificial Teeth, without tha use of springs, wires, or other unsightly fastenings. The' resemblance to the human teeth is perfect, and the principle of adapting them to the mouth entirely dispenses with the necessity of undergoing any painful operati...

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A Minister's Rebuke. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 10 March 1894

A Minister's Bebuke. A clergyman was annoyed by people talking and giggling, sayB the Church Standard. He paused, looked at the disturbers and said : ' Some years since as I was preaching, a young man who sat before me was constantly laughing, talking, and making uncouth grimaces. I paused and admin istered a severe rebuke. After the close of the services a gentleman said to me, ' Sir, you made a great mistake ; that young man was an idiot.' Since then I have always been afraid to reprove those who misbehave themselves in chapel lest I should repeat tbat mistake and reprove another idiot.' During the rest of the services there was good order.

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Sydney Markets. PITT, SON, AND BADGERY'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 10 March 1894

Sydney Markets. PITT, SON, AND BADGERY's REPORT. Sheep. — 30, COO forward ; the washaways on tho Northern line having reduced the expected supply by about G,000. Market inactive at last Thursday's values, concluding sales being dull and somewhat weaker. We sold account Dangar Brothers, Mooki Springs, 540 wethers 63 2d, 23 ditto 53 9d, 2 lame ditto 5b ; R. Hyles, Bungendore, 54 crossbred wethers 63 4d, 157 wethers 4s Id ; R, Ogi'vie, Temora, 286 ewes 4s 9d ; Southern Agents, 46 wethers 7s lOd, 1 lamb 7s Gd, 1 Iamb 5s, 190 wethers Gs Gd to 6s lOd, 295 ewes Gs, 157 wethers 5s od to 5s Gd, 87 ewes Gs 5d ; Kirkland, Temora, 109 wethers 5s to 5s 3d ; Geo. Phillips, Big Hill, 89 lambs 53 4d, 1 Lincoln wether 7s, 20 lamb3 3s 2d. Cattle. — 278 head yarded, being about 180 loss than advices, and market was consequently much better. Up to the pres.ent the following sales of ours are to hand : Account T. Tucker, Temora, 20 bul locks £4 19s Gd ; W. G. Lillie, Blayney, 6 bullocks £4 4s, 1 heifer ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 10 March 1894

PENINSULAR & ORIENTAL S. N. COMPANY. . THE ROYAL MAIL STEAMSHIPS of the above Company will be despatched from Circular Quay (Mncquarie Point) and from Mel bourne and Adelaide on the following dates at NOON FOB LONDON { Touching at the usual intermediate ports en route) Steamer. g Ovn„.n,tibr. jydnej ?*»«; ? f- Noon. *ue'- r£i laide. »Mtt£Eilia ? 40IS Tj. M. W'ibmer Mar. 17 Mar. 24| Mar. 281 ?Australia ... .000 r. Ueeves ? Mar. 31 April 7 April 11 Balloarat ? 4748 r. S. Angus ... April 14 April 21 April 25 Vlotoria ? 0208 A W Adumeon April 30 May 6 May 9 Arcadia ? 0362 \V 15. Andrews May 14 May 19 May 23 ? J»» K- j']- B'tae*.. May 28 June 2 3S Koine....... ? uu4ti A. i.. Oaniell.. June 11 June 1C June 20 Farratnatla ... 4i71 I . Harris ? June 2fi June 30 July c And thenceforward every alternate week' *Via Hobart. INTERCHANGEABLE TICKETS. During tbe period the steamers of the P. and O and Orient Companies call at Hobart tickets will be interchangeable, and will allow of passen...

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Singleton Markets. H. YORK AND SON'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 10 March 1894

Singleton Markets. H. TOItK AND SON'S REPORT. In consequence of the heavy rains which fell 3 es terday, there was but a small supply of cattle in for to-day's sale, and all forward sold well at equal to previous prices. Our sales were — For A. R. and F. Bowman, 5 bullocks at £3 10s, 5 at £3 9s 6d, 5 at £3 98 ; T. Jackson, 5 bullocks at £2 14s ; Jsb Moore, 3 cows at £2 2s ; G. Loder, 3 cows at £1 16s, 7 at £1 15s; E, O'Toole, cow at £2 19s; W. Lambert cow at £2 2s, heifer at 18s ; W. Manly, cow at £3, 1 at £2 10s, 1 at £2 2s, 3 at 21s to 25s ; E. Tacon, bull at 18s ; A. J. Drake, S steers ub 15a Gd, 3 123 Gd, and at Homebush, by our Sydney Agent', 7 bullocks at £3 103, 17 cows at £2 10s, GO bullocks at £3 14s, averaging £2 183 -il. Horses. — For W, Manly, 1 at £13 ; Puxty, 1 at £5. Singleton Farmers' Association. — Following are the prices obtained at yesterday's sale :— Butter 4d to Is lid per lb, eggs lu:;-a to lUid par dozen, cueo=i: 2d to 3d per lb, honey G3 Gd per dozen bottles,...

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Cast Adrift in the Pacific. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 10 March 1894

[Cast Adrift in the Pacific. To the north-west of the Sandwich Ielanda a chart of the North Pacific Ocean ekows Bird, iSfecker, Gardner, and various other islands, and many shoals. These islands and shoals are really a continuation of the Sand wich group, though but few of the islands are inhabited. Some of them are little better t-hau a great mass of rock heaved up out of tbe sea, without verdure or fresh water, while others are so difficult of approach that they are given a wide berth. Midway Island is almoofc exactly half the distance between tbe ports of San Francisco and Yokohama, but 300 _ miles south of the track of vessels making that voyage. The noon observation taken on board the barque Harvest Home, of San Francisco had given na lbe latitude of Midway Island, wnen a man aiort reported a Bbip's boat dead ahead. We were then headed southaouth west, but not making over four knots an hour. The boat had neither mast nor sail, nor was the man sitting in her ai&rn sheetB...

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Gresford and Paterson Markets. F. G. BROOKER'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 10 March 1894

Gresford and Paterson Markets. F. G. BROOKBR'S REPORT. Fat Cattle. —Fair supply forward on the 2nd instant to a fair attendance, although the bidding was dull and had it not been for the assistance of speculators sales would not have been effected. I have sold for T. Faulkner, 3 bullocks at £2 17s Gd, 4 light at £2 5s ; A. K. Holden, 4 cows at £1 19s Gd to £2 Os 6d ; J. Leake, 2 cows at £2 ; J. W. Arthur, 1 cow at £2. Springers : Demand brisk tor gooa young cows or neirers near calving. I could place a number at prices far in advance of late rates. I have sold for W. Randall, 2 at £2 9s to £2 12s ; R. B. Boydall, 1 at £1 10s ; J. Puxty, 3 very small heifers at £1 ; J. Arthur, 1 cow at £2 ; T. Leake, 1 heifer at £1 63. Store Cattle : A fairly large number yarded and competition was the briskest I have seen for some time, par ticularly for anything in the shape of bullocks. A good draft of New South Wales bullocks -would meet with ready sale here just now. I have sold : For T. Faulkne...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 10 March 1894

FOR LASSISUDE, TORPIDITY, SOUR STOMACH, INDIGESTION, HEADACHE, BACKACHE, &c., Take a couple of Fletcher's Pills every second night ;. they are a prompt and sure cure and give certain' relief. FLETCHER'S FILLS are a quick, sure and re liable remedy for all complaints arising from torpid liver, indigestion, weak stomach, and impuritieB of the blood. They are prepared on rationnl and sen sible lines and do not contain a particle of calomel, gamboge, or any drastic purgative, but operate by perfectly natural means by stimulating the liver and increasing the flow of bile and thus producing easy evacuations and natural catharses without the annoyance and pain of griping and purging. Beware of the many harmful substitutes on sale in many shops. None are genuine unless they bear tho signature of F. Monre Clements on the outside wrapper. CLEMENTS TONIC and FLETCHER'S PILLS have become such household words that imitations are frequently offered. We contend that this imitation is the s...

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