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ITEMS OF INTEREST. [ORIGINAL AND SELECTED.] [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 24 January 1894
ITEMS OF INTEREST. [Original and Selected.] Faith and good works may do a great deal, but if these two useful accessories be misdirected they are only love's labour lost. Tho utmost interest ia at present being exhibited in Victoria in the ope rations of the Victorian Coalmining Company, which has commenced boring for coal at the Eed Bluff, St. Kilda. where ifc in nfirnnjiderl Minm are vast seams of the valuable material under the bay, despite the positive assertions of the Government geologist that it is a delusion. Faith is a very handy thing to have concealed about one's person, - but whether it can manage to create a mine amidst deposits of coal whore there are none existing time alone can tell. Harvesting is aboufc finished in the Inverell dis trict. The crops are scarcely up to the average. The following notice, affixed on the door of the private office o£ a well-known Minister of the Crown, is creating much amusement: 'An average of 150 persons call here every week looking fo...
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 24 January 1894
In the cholera plagues since 1818 the death rate hns been tolerably uniform, aboufc 40 per cent of fche cases terminating fatally. The world's ' agriculture occupies the at tention of 280,000,000 of men, represents a capital of .£50,000,000, and has an annual product of £5,000,000,000,
LATEST CABLEGRAMS. London, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 25 January 1894
LATEST CABLEGRAMS. [From the Press Telegraph Association.] London, Tuesday. The Superior Court of Florida has granted a temporary injunction restraining the Sheriff from interfering with the fight between Corbett and Mitchell. The authorities of the Duval Club are confident that they will be able to arrange the battle for to-morrow. The excitement is increasing. London, Thursday. News from South Africa is to the effect that King Lobengula has agreed to the offer made by Sir Henry Loch, on behalf of the Queen. The King, who has been promised his personal safety, is now on his way south to surrender on the terms laid down by Sir Henry Loch. The Princess of Wales has caused it to be officially announced that it is her intention to withdraw from society. The reason for this step is much canvassed in social circles. The feeling in Jacksonville is in favour of allow ing the fight between Corbett and Mitchell to take place. The Englishman has recovered from his accident, and has expressed ...
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY. DEPARTURES.—Yesterday. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 25 January 1894
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY. DEPARTURES.— Yesterday. BirkBgate, 8., for Noumea, Fiji, and New Hebrides, via KewcaBtle. Aramac, s., for Brisbane end ports. Oonab, s., for Newcastle. Eliza Firth, sohoouer, for Newcastle. AUowrie, a., for South Coast ports. [By Telegraph.] ARKIVALS-To-dat. Mararoa, from New Zealand-, Namoi and Gwydir, from ewcastle ; Buriumbeet, from Newcastle, en route to Melbourne. DEPARTURES— To-day. Fortuna, barque, for Antwerp, with SGOO bales wool and sundries.
H. R. Farmers and Consumers Agency Co. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 25 January 1894
H. E. Farmers and Consumers Agency Co. At the Company's sheds, South Maitland, yesterday, Mr. T. P. Nolan disposed of the following catalogue : — Butter 4d to lOd per lb., eggs 7 Jd to lOd per dozan, cheese 3id to 5d per lb., bacon 6d to 7Jd, hams 6d to 9$d, lard 4d ' to 5d, dripping 2d to 3d, honey 2d to 3d, bottles 6d to 7d, (small tins) 2s 6d to 3s, pigs (alive) 3s Id to 5s 9d each, brooms 8s Gd to 93 per dozen, potatoes 40s to 65s ton, onions 120s to 160s, tomatoes 2d to 8d per dozen, nucumbers 2d to 6d, melons 2s 6d to 4s 9d, rock melons 2s to 3s 6d, pumpkins Is to 2s 6d, cattle pumpkins 2a Gd to 4s 9d, grapes from Jd to 2Jd per lh., peaches Id to 6Jd per dozen, nectarines 2d to 4d, pears 3d to 5d, apples 2d to 4d, passion fruit Id to 2d, pineapples 3s 6d to 4s 6d, bananas 3s Od to 4a 6d per case, oranges 3d to 41d, lemons 2d to 7d per dozen, blackberries 3d to 5d, plums 2d to 3£d per quart, hay (lucerne) 40s to 50s per ton, (oaten) prime 60s to 65s, (wheaten) 40s to 50s.
Gardening and Agricultural Memoranda for January. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 25 January 1894
OardeEiag and Agricultural Memoranda for January. Kitchen Gaiiden : Continue to sow for succession peas, toeana, turnips, carrots, lettuce, par- nips, radish, parsley, and all herbs, cauliflowers, broccoli, &c. Transplant leeka and celery. Pull up forward crops of keeping onions, and stop shoots of ? pumpkins, vegetable marrow, cucumbers, &c. Water plants that nave lately been put out,-Reed beds, and young Beerllings — Flower Garden : Nothing spoils the appearance of a garden BO much aff weeds nnd dead leaves: these should be removed us they appear. Water should not be spared, care being taken to uo so omyauei me suu imu guue uown. jltiiu uuu re^uwtiu plants. Dnhliaf may beplanied. Stave and carefully tie up euch ajcequire it. Shade delicate plants from the scorching midday sun.— Ouciiard and Fruit Garden : Bud fruit trees, roses, and choice ehrubs Carefully attend to vines, keeping them free from weeds and insects. Gather ripe fruit, Thin what is superfluous. Birds ...
ITEMS OF INTEREST. [ORIGINAL AND SELECTED.] [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 25 January 1894
ITEMS OP INTEREST. [?Original and Selected.] The South Australian Customs receipts up to January 20, amounted to £288,000 that being a decrease of £28,000 on the same period of last year. Quite an epidemic of bush fires has occurred within the last few days around Adelaide and re ports of fires from all directions are to hand. A large fire occurred in the rangeB above Adelaide but fnrtninnfcplv nnlv dfiafcrnvfid a larffe OUantity of grass. The police continue to keep under surveillanse the Chinese gardener Ah Wang, residing at New lands (Vic), who has, it is believed, developed symptoms of leprosy, but the doctors are not yet certain. Some amusement was caused in the Adelaide Insolvency Court through an Afghan refusing to enter the court with his head uncovered on account of religious scruples. A warrant was issued for his arrest, and he was brought into court, a constable removing his turban. The difficulty, however, was not overcome, as the man remained mute. Eventu ally, after a ...
Wesleyan Church, West Maitland. HOME MISSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 25 January 1894
Wesleyan Church, West Maitland. HOME MISSIONS. Yesterday evening the annual meeting ia the West Maitland Circuit in connection with the Suatentation and Extension Society of the Wesleyan Church took place. There wa3 only a small attend ance. The Eev. J. E. Carruther3 presided, and the other ministers present were the Eev. Dr. Sellora, Opiipral Senrpfcarv to thf- Snr-i«fv- nnH t-ha TtoTra TT Wiles and W, Hill. After the usual devotional exercises, The Rev. Chairman said he would not detain them by reading the report of the society. Dr. Sellors would be able to explain to them what the society had been doing in the past, and especially in the past year. For 33 years the society had kept on its appointed way sending out missionaries into the interior, assisting ministers in poor circuits, con tributing towards the erection of churches, parsonages, and school halls, and in supporting the Rev. S. Wilkinson, chaplain to the naval and military forces, and the asylums and charitable institu...
THE MEAT EXPORT TRADE. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 25 January 1894
?'.. -THE MEAT EXPOBT TEADE. Mb. MoIntihe, the Victorian Minister of Ii&nds, improved hia holiday visit to 'New Zealand by examining the condition and development in that province of the meat ?export trade. And he has embodied the result of his observations in a report to his col leagues. The story told is not a new etory. But the important circumstance cannot be too otten dwelt upon that to the development of this trade New Zealand mainly owes her present enviable position. Therefore a few of the figures and facts given by Mr. Molntyra may with profit be abstracted from this valuable report. The rise of the New -Zealand meat export trade is indeed one of the most important commercial incidents of the later years of AuBtralaaian history. In ten years the value o£ meat sent in a frozen state from New Zealand rose from £19,339 to £1,194,724 A trial shipment of .4311 carcases of sheep and 398 lambs was mode in February,: 1882, and the mutton realised 63d per lb. In the year 189...
LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. CHAIRMAN OF COMMITTEES. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 25 January 1894
LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. CHAIRMAN OF COMMITTEES. As the outcome of the Speaker's intimation on the previous evening that the present method of appointing the Chairman of Committees was irre gular, Sir'George Dibbs, when the House met yes terday afternoon, moved the appointment of Mr. Melville as Chairman of Committees ' for that day only.' Mr. Neild contended that even this was irregular, due tne oyeaaei omu u^ ^o^wuu^..',, would rest with the House. The motion was agreed to, and it was pointed out that the Premier had given notice of a new standing order providing for the election of the Chairman of Committees. This came on for discussion at a later stage. MOTION OF CENSURE. The formal work being completed, Mr. Hindle intimated hi3 intention of moving on the following day that the reinstatement of Mr. Copeland merited the condemnation of the House. The Premier was asked how he intended to take the motion. ' The Government would take ife,' he replied, ' exactly like any other private m...
Three Days with Tyson. [CONCLUDED.] [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 25 January 1894
Three Days with Tyson. rCONCLTJDED.l 'I remained at this work for about twelve months, when the run was bought, and the owners brought down some breeding cattle and let them »o with the bullocks that gave me such a lot of trouble, and to my surprise, a slow, lazy old man was sent to take ray piace. I told the boss that the old fellow could never manage to hold the cattle on une run, as it naa rauen me an my time, nignt and day, to prevent the bullocks from getting away ; and now that there were a lot more it would re quire two smart, painstaking men to look after them properly. I thought they would soon find they could not do without me, because not only had I done the work of two men but I knew the country throughly ; and not one of them did, least of all the lazy old man. But they cleared out and left this old fellow to mind the whole herd. ' A nice mess he will make of it,' I thought. They will be sorry they didn't keep me when they find t'^i cattle have strayed all over the coun...
The Bishop of Newcastle in Hobart. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 25 January 1894
The Bishop of Newcastle in Hobart. On Sunday last, the Holy Trinity Church, Ho b*rfc, Tasmania, the Bishop oi Newcastle was the preacher at morning service. We take the Hobarfc Mercury's report of the sermon : The Bishop of Newcastle preached from Romans viii., 21, ' Because the creature itself also shall be delivered from the bondage of corruption into the elorious liberty of the children of God.' In his history of the Jewish people the late Dean Stanley remarked how the teachers of the Hebrew race taught and the people believed that their golden age was yet to come, while contemporary peoples held exactly opposite views. The latter believed that there had been in the dim and shadowy past, far back in the records of the world's history, the golden age, when all were happy, when sorrow was unknown, and when the goodness of man and the purity of life made the earth a paradise. Then, they taught, there came, the silver age, when the happiness and rosy hue of life began to grow less un...
PARLIAMENT OF NEW SOUTH WALES. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 24. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. CHAIRMAN OF COMMITTEES. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 25 January 1894
PARLIAMENT OF 2JTEW SOUTH WALES. (Herald). WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 24. LEGISLATIVE COUMCIL. CHAIRMAN OP COMMITTEES. Dr. MacLaurin moved for the appointment or Mr. Jacob as. Chairman of Committees, and tins was carried unanimously. SESSIONAL ORDERS. The sessional orders were agreed to, and, after a short discussion, a resolution was passed requesting the Legislative Assembly to take up the Austra lasian Rights Purchase Bill at the point at wnicu its progress was interrupted owing to the proroga tion. CONSIDERATION OF BILLS. The Council consented to resume the considera tion of the Assembly's amendments in the Menmdie Irrigation Bill and the Mining on Private Property Bill? With regard to the latter measure, the con sideration of the second reading was fixed for this day fortnight, and Mr. Combes intends to move that there shall be a call of the House to deal with the bill. A resolution was adopted for the discus sion of the second reading of the Apprentices Bnl to-morrow week.
LATEST BANKRUPTCY. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 54. SEQUESTRATION ORDERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 25 January 1894
LATEST BANKRUPTCY. Wkbnesday, Januabt M. SBQUESTEATION ORDERS. Michael Barry M'Auliffe, of Dapto, farmer. Mr. Lloyd, official assignee. John Henry Frederick Schwartzkoff, of JParra mattfi, journalist. Mr. Stephen, official assignee. Alfred Silverthorn, of Tighe's Hill, miner. Mr. Stupkon, official assignee. OhrsEtiana liane, or itempsey, wtoow. air. Morris, official assignee. Thomas John Carlill, jun., of Tatharu, near Casino, butcher. Mr. Morris, official asBigneee. John Joseph Moore, of Orange. Mr. Stephen, official assignee. James Anderson Sutherland, ' of Newtown, eon tractor. Mr. Lloyd, official assignee. To make a glue that will resist the action of n-jitei1, boil one £*ound of glue with two quarts of skimmed milk. The bost of oilfoi- softening leather and making it pliable is caster oil, It is also good for greasing vehicles. .
Anniversary Day Amusements. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 25 January 1894
Anniversary Day Amusements. A two days' race meeting under the auspices of the Northern Jockey Club will commence at Rutherford to-morrow, and will be concluded on Saturday. The gathering is elsewhere referred to. A Gaslight Handicap will be run on the Austra lian Ground tracks, West Maitland in the evening. xne .c rienaiy occiecies or oingieton nave umtea and iatend conducting a demonstration, at which a long programme of bicycle contests and foot races will be got through. A race meeting, for which excellent nominations have been received, will be conducted at Moonan Brook. Brauxton will be rendered lively by a little race meeting. In the evening the Town Hall, West Maitland, will be occupied by Lyle's Dramatic Company, when the drama 'Parted Lives' — founded on Tennyson's poem ' Enoch Arden'— will be pro duced. Those who seek amusement of a quiet character may indulge in an excursion from Morpeth to Clarence Town, which gives an excellent oppor tunity of enjoying some very pictur...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 25 January 1894
BUSINESS NOTICES, PAHKE& IIHOTHERS, ' GRAIN and Produce Merchants and General Commission Agents, 3, Corporation Buildings, Sussex-street, Sydney. Bankers : Commercial Banking Co. of Sydney. The above receive con signments of Lucerne, Hay, Maize, etc. Account sales rendered promptly. 163 LB. ISAACS & SONS, Belmore Markets, ? Sydney, are BUYING GOOD EATING PUMPKINS and MELONS, in large or small quantities, for cash on delivery. Highest market prices given. Letters addressed to L. B. ISAACS & SONS, 47, Brisbane-street, ' 061 ?..-:.?'? ? Sydney. PRODUCE EXCHAST&Et~~ South Coast and Vest Men Co-operative Co (LIMITED.) A GENTS for the SALE OF STATION, FARM, j3L and DAIRY PRODUCE of every description. Produce Stores, Cool Chambers, and Offices : Sussex & Liverpool Sts. (LATE R. HYOES), G^B I HE TIM A ICEfSS, UPHOLSTERERS, AND A LAKGE STOC^of FURNITURE, BEDDING jC%- PIANOS, HARMONIUMS, on view, air EXCEEDINGLY MODERATE PRICES. Kjbrot and Stevens1-. HI...
DISTRICT NEWS. PATERSON. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Daily Mercury — 25 January 1894
DISTRICT NEWS. [Feom our Ooreespondents.] PATERSOPJ. The Revision Court; for the electoral roll of the Paterson division of the electorate of Durham, was held at the Courthouse, Paterson, on Monday, the 22nd instant, before Mr. J. N. Brooks, P.M., when 840 names were left on the roll. The names of ten persons, who died before the collection of the roll, were struck out.; also ef two persons who died since the collection, one whose name appears in another roll, ana one .whose name was inserted on the roll twice. Four claims were received, and all the names were placed on the roll. The roll had been very carefully collected by the several collectors. The weather is exceedingly heavy and depress ing ; great banks of clouds roll up every day, but refuse to empty themselves upon the earth. We think a very heavy rainfall will shortly ensue. The Daily Mercury is greatly appreciated by the residents of this district, as the reports of the Sydney marketB every day enable them to dispose to t...