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A Choir that never Improved. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 10 March 1894

A Choir that never Improved. At the concluding lecture of the present series of the Gresham College musical addresses, Professor J. F. Bridge gave a demonstration of his new method of teaching the simple rudiments of music by means of manual exercises, which have recently been published under the title 'Musical Ges tures.' The Abbey organist gave his reasons for writing the book as follows : — ' I was a constant witness of the training — save the mark — of a village church choir in Suffolk. For years I knew that choir, and for years I watched the devotion of a band of sisters who struggled with the music for Sunday and with the material which the village muic talent provided. What was it? A few boys who scared rooks ; a blacksmith whose tenor voice was as metallic in sound as his anvil ; a hoy alto, who bad in his youth, it was reported, swallowed a whistle which had apparently lodged in his larynx and helped to produce sounds of a most unearthly character, and a miller who had five...

Publication Title: Maitland Weekly Mercury, The
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Various Kinds of Female Perfection. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 10 March 1894

Various Kinds of Female Perfection. ' She's a lovely woman,' said some one, speaking to another of a mutual acquaintance, ' and,' cap ping the climax, ' she's such a womanly woman.' Now unfortunately this was as a ' red rag to a bull' to the other woman, who held a theory of her own on that very subject. She retorted, with un concealed scorn. ' What do you mean by a ' womanly woman ?- Aren't all true women womanly ?' ' Why,' answered the first, surprised — ' why no J I thought every one knew what was meant by a ' womanly woman. I mean she is gentle, and sub missive iu manner, with an amiable, yielding temper which is never ruffled, and a placid, even disposition, with no ups or downs of strange moods — ' ' Spare me ! You've described her quite enough,' returned the other. ' I know well enough that is what people mean by a * womanly woman.' I have often vexed my soul protesting against it, although I think I know why it is so. I do believe it is a tradition of tho dark ages, when a w...

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THE MAIL TRAINS. Sydney to Brisbane—Brishane to Sydney [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 10 March 1894

THE 83AIL TRAINS. Sydney lo Srlsbann — Brlsbano to Sydney t38~ These mail trains leave Sydney every night except Saturday, and Jennings every day except Sunday. Leave p. M. Sydney ? 6.15 Newcastle ? 9.4,5 East Maitland ? 10.17 West Maitland ? 10.23 Singleton ? ? 11.19 A. LI. Muswellbrook ? ? ? 12.17 Murrurundi ? ? ? 1.36 Quirindi ? ? ? ? 2.27 Werris Creek Junction ? .. ? 2.56 Tamworth ? ? ? ? ? 8.48 Armidale ? ? ? 6.53 Glen Innes ? ? ? ? ? 9. 5 Tenterfield ? ? 11. 8 Jennings ? ? ? 11.30 P.M. Wallangarra ? ? 12. 5 Arrive Brisbane ? ? 10.50 Leave ? P. M. Brisbane ? ? ? ? ? ? 6.20 A. M. Wallangarra ? ? ? ? S.20 Jennings ? ? ? ? 5.35 Tenterfield ? ? ? ? ? 6. 0. Glen Innes ? ? ? ? 8. 7 Armidale ? ? ? ? ? ? 10.35 P. LI. Tamworth ? ? ? ? 1. 7 Werris Creek Junction.... ? ? ? 2.14 Quirindi ? ? ? ? ? 2.35 Murrurundi ? ? 3,37 Muswellbrook ? ? 4.53 Singleton ? 5.53 West Maitland ? ? ? 6.46 East Maitland ? 6.53 Newcastle ? 7.38 Arrive. Sydney ? ? 11. 0

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Thoughts for the Thoughtful. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 10 March 1894

Thoughts for the Thoughtful. If you would lift me you must be on higher ground. One man may be more cunning than another, but not more so than all the world. Men are never so easily deceived as while they are endeavourintr to deceive others. There must come a natural selection of religions, a survival of the fittest among faiths. To the tree that gives the most fruit in the fall comes the most blossoms in the spring. Those who apply themselves too much to little things commonly become incapable of groat ones. Money may be the root of all evil, but it is a root nevertheless, that bears many flowers of everlasting beauty. j.ue puuusujmui is ne to vrnom mie nignest nas descended, nnd to whom the lowest has mounted who is the equal and kindly brother of all. The life of man is made up of action and endur ance ; and life ia fruitful in the ratio in which it is laid out in noble action or in patient perseverance. Good words do more than hard speeches, as the sunbeams without any noise wil...

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DAILY EXPRESS TRAIN. Sydney to Tamworth—Tamworth to Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 10 March 1894

DAILY EXPRESS TRAIN, Sydney lo Tamworth— Tamworth to Sydney. tST This train runs on week-days only. j Leave. A. LI. Sydney ? ? ? 9. 0 P. H. Newcastle ? ? ? 12.55 East Maitland ? ? ? ? ? 1.38 ' High-street ? ? ? ? ? ? 1.43 West Maitland ? 1.49 Singleton ? ? ? ? ? ? 8.10 Muswellbrook ? ? ? ? 4.20 Murrurundi ? ? ? 6. 0 Quirindi ? ? ? ? ? ? 1. 0 Werris Creek Junction (tHence it is a mixed train) ? ? ? 7.40 Arrive. . Tamworth ? 9.10 Leave. A. M. Tamworth (a mixed train) ? 7.20 Werris Creek Junction (thence a pas senger train) ? ? ? ? : 9. 5 Quirindi ? ? ? ? 9.30 Murrurundi ? ? 10.40 P. M. Muswellbrook ? ? 12. 0 Singleton ? ? 1.18 West Maitland ? ? ? ? 2.22 High-street ? ? ? 2.25 East Maitland ? ? ? ? 2.29 Newcastle ? ? 3.23 | Arrive. . i Sydney ? ? 7.15 EXPRESS TRAIN. Singleton to Sydney. CSThis train runs on'every week day. Leave. j A.LI. Singleton ? ? ? 7.10 I West Maitland ? ? ? ? 8.15 High-Btreet ? ? ? ? ? ? ? 8.19 East Maitland ? ? ? 8.25 Newcastle ? ? ? 9.10 Arrive, Sydney ? 12.50 ...

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 17 March 1894

LOCAL JIEWS. j The Newcastle Cathedral Dispute.— On Mon day at tho Supreme Court, before Mr. Justice Owen, further action was taken in the caso of Right Rev. -3corge H. Stanton (Bishop of Newcastle) aud the Very Rev. Arthur E. Selwyn (Dean of Newcastle) versus John Straub and John Horbury Hunt. When argument of counsel had been concluded his Honor said this was an interlocutory application for an injunction to restrain the defendant, John Stranb, from proceeding with an action at law ag ninst the building committee of tho Anglican cathedral at Newcastle. The defendant Straub was the con tractor for the building, ana ne was suing the members of the building committee for the sum of £3762, which wa3 the amount certified to by Mr. Horbury Hunt, the architect of the building, as at present duo to the contractor. The summing up was in favour of defendants, and in conclusion his Honor said under the circumstances it appeared to the Court that the whole ground was cut from under the plaint...

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The Wealth in England and Charities. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 17 March 1894

The Wealth in England and Charities. A London newepaper, the Daily Tclegrapht has juat published a list of tae principal estates bequeathed by will in Great Britain during lust year. In the course of the twelve months 51,400 estates paid probate duty, and the total amount of personal estate on which duly v/eh paid reached the splendid total of £193,000,000. That is a respectable sum to pass from one set of hands into another set in tha course of a single year. It is interesting however to nnd m connec tion with this stream of wealth that though its main volume goes from private ownership into private ownership again, little tributaries from it here and there flow into religions and philanthropic channels. And these contributions, it is pleasant to know, are increasing in number year by year. Seventy wills proved in 1893 disposed of personal estate valued at £14,200,000, and out of this sum no less than £1,400,000 was devised to various charities, Out of one estate alone, valued at £...

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Australian Wine. SOME FAULTS POINTED OUT. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 17 March 1894

Australian Wine. 1 SOME FAULTS POINTED OUT. H The Australian wine trade is no new industry (says the Planter's Gazette) ; it has been heard of for long enough, and yet it bulks not large upon |J| our every-day acquaintance. The unthinking M might almost write it down a failure were not figures there to controvert his folly. In truth it is 1 1 a great thing, and might be made a greater ; and jjj| t is a healthy sign, at any rate, of life that it ha* lj been lately the matter of legislative action ; some- ffij thing is doing, anyhow. sf| | There is no question, Australia can and does produce wines of excellent quality, in most cases more than equal to the ' ordinary ' wines of Europe, and there is no reason — we speak as the onlooker — why she should not be a larger market of her own production. A candid colonial tells us that so long as European concoctions— nnholy compound of beet, potato, and chemicals unconscionable — are allowed I to enter, little charged, as cheap as bad, we may...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 17 March 1894

0W1I & BECKETT. HIGH-STREET, WEST MAITLAND, FAMILY Hi, HI®, MIS, ad ?.«, So,, REQUIRE PLEHTY OF SCJOl FOR HEW SEASONS SOODS arrlvisiy at the latter end ol larch. ? ? ? -o We are Offering Special Bargains in Dress Goods. - ? ? NOTICE A PEW OF THE LEADING- LINES :— A really good Serge at 7Jd per yard, assorted colours; Double-width Serge3, Is 9d per yard (these are fiist-class value); Double-width Fancy Dresn Fabrics, 9d per yard; French Cashmeres, 45in. wide, all wool, Is Gd per yard ; Fancy Striped Hopsacks, beautiful designs, the very latest ; Splendid Navy Blue Serges, fast dyes ; Navy Whipcords, Corduroys, and Diagonal Serges ; Shot Diagonal Fabrics, very handsome. All our Fancy Muslins and Prints aro reduced to clear. We are justly noted for the Quality and Pr.ce of our Black French Cashmeres and Parramatta Cloths. These Goods are specially selected for us by a competent buyer and imported direct. Mourning Orders receive our prompt attention. In our Hosiery Department we...

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Signor Salvini's Stage Mishaps. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 17 March 1894

Signor Salvini's Stage Mishaps. Signor Salvini '-elates for the benefit of the readers of the Century some of the mishaps that have befallen him on the stage. He was once act ing in a play called ?' Twenty-seven Years After,' at the famous Niccolini Theatre, in Florence, and was just beginning a song, when a candle of the chandelier which hung in the middle of the room tipped over against a loose edge of the light cloth that wrapped the cord by which the chandelier was suspended, and the fire instantly enveloped this, and ran up to the loft, in which were stored a num ber of rolls of paper scenery. Cries of ' Fire ! fire !' filled the house. In an instant the actor jumped j on u chair, leaped in the air, caught the chandelier, which the weight of his body brought down, briag with it the flaming tissue. He was scorched about the wrists and hands, but the danger was averted and tranquility restored. On another occasion, when Salvini wa3 playing the part of Mortimer in Schiller's ' JMa...

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SINGLETON PONY AND GALLOWAY CLUB'S RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 17 March 1894

SINGLETON PONY AND GALLOWAY CLUB'S RACES. Following are the handicaps for the above meeting which is to take place to-day : — 1 Pont Handicap, 13.3 and under, 4 furlongs. — Carmen 8-7, Cinderella 8-7, Trial 8-5, Una 7-0, Mint 7-0, Singleton Maid G-7. Club Handicap, 14 hands and under; 5 fur longs.— Locket 8-8, Eon 8-G, Volley 7-7, Little Girl 7-7, Democracy 7-2, Rosenante 7-0, Swelles G-7. Miniature Handicap, 13.2 and under ; 4 fur longs.— Carmen 8-10, Trial 8-8, Callibinity 7-7, Swelles 7-3, Mint 7-3, Careless G-10, Singleton Maid G-7, Tiger G-7. Galloway Handicap, 14.2 and under ; G fur longs.— Little Sister 9-6, Locket S-2, Eon 8-0, Volley 7-4, Little Girl 7-4, Verona 7-4, Guelder Rose II 7-0, Rosenante G-7, Democracy G-7. Time Handicap Trot ; 2 miles. — Paddy scratch, Misery scratch, The Joker 20 sees, behind, M'Ginty 30 sees, behind, Mulberry 30 sees, behind, Stella ' -- 45 sees, behind, Poll 50 sees, behind, Rocket 50 'V sees, behind, Maud C 55 sees, behind, Mischief 100 sees,...

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OUR PUZZLES. SOLUTIONS RECEIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 17 March 1894

OUR PUZZLES. SOLUTIONS RECEIVED. Following are answers to puzzles given on March !? SAVE ANOTHER. Hope not the cure of sin, till self is dead. Forget it in love's service ; and the debt Thou canst not pay, the angels shall forget. Heaven's gate is shut to him who conies alone; Save thou a soul, and it shall save thine own. 2. BEET EASE ? E S O P TEPE 3. Swao, sea — Swansea. 4. Pineapple. 5. B ART BRAIN NIP N G. E-lizabeth L-amech I-thamar S-tephen H-ezekiah E-lias B-arjesns A-rchelaus Answers are to hand from the following — Annie Bailey, 1, (with n slight blunder in the title) 2, 3, 4, 5; A. Geddes, Warialda,' 1, 3, 4, 5, 6 ; Mary Geddes, 1, 2,3, 4, 5,6; W illie Geddes, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6. The following solutions were received last Satur day of the puzzles of February 24: A. Geddes, Warialda, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 ; Willie Geddes, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5. PUZZLES POR SOLUTION. Answers must be in hand by the afternoon of Thursday, March 29. 1. Muddled Verse. RLASPE DAN SOTJ. Titell yosb rae etitll yosj...

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SPORTING FIXTURES. HORSE RACING [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 17 March 1894

SPORTING FIXTURES. 1 Horse Racing if March 15, 1G — Singleton |||| March 17 — firanxton, Dan O'Connell course. j||| March 17 — Gundy ; entries to-day k$| March 17— Singleton Pony and Galloway Club. ||| March 17 — Hall's Creek hsS March 2G — Wallsend. MM March 2G — Lochinvar; post entrance. WM Athletics. k|| March 17 — Gaslight Handicap. . |||| March 26 — Merriwa. ||j| March 26 — Maitland Bicycle Sports. j|Jf

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A CHEAP HOUSEWORK GIRL. IN FIVE CHAPTERS. CHAPTER I. "BACHING IT." [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 17 March 1894

A CHEAP HQUSETOH5& GBBL. In Five Chapters. I CHAPTER I. 'BACHING I T.' ' Say, Alf ! Are the oxen in from the pasture ?' 'Ye-es,'came in long-drawn accents from Alf. below. In tho following silence he heard the rust ling of hay being stored by Tom up in the peak of the barn. ' Say, Alf ! Did you think to let down the bars into tho lane so the cows can come home ? ' Ye-es,' was the reply in the same impatient drawl. After that there was no sound for five minutes except that of hay moving, and some coughing and sneezing in the mow. At the end of that time a tall youth l}e flannel shirt and brown overalls, with''1; n. m-fefit thrust into some much worn calf -skin shoOS; JUil n flapping straw bat on the back of his libftd, Ttlfidc his appearance at the top of tho ladder, fshook him self, removed his bat and drew a handkerchief from it with which he wiped his forehead. ' He looked around the space through which the warm wind swept from both the big, wide-open barn doors. Not seein...

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Sporting Notes and Notions. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 17 March 1894

Sporting Notes and Notions, j [By the Vagrant.] There was a desperate battle in Melbourne on Saturday night, when those well-known boxers Jim Quigley and 'Tut' Ryan met for the second time. Quigley was 51b. over the stipulated weight (12st.) and was compelled to forfeit ,£10 to Ryan, but despite this advantage in avoirdupois he was beaten after a gallant struggle for eleven rounds, after leading for more than half the time. Iu a previous fight Quigley beat Ryan in three or four rounds, so that the men aro now on a dead level. ? A Sydney tnend writes mo to say that although ( Carnage has freshened up considerably since his - arrival at Randwick, the son of Mersey is still very ] light, and wears a jaded appearance. When cool, - too, he shows signs of lameness, which, however, may be caused by rheumatics, as they disappear when the colt is warmed up. It is probable that ? the St. Alban's representative may be followed by 1 his stable companion Cooya. 1 That whilom gay deceiver, Titan,...

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MERCURY JUNIOR. BABY'S TRAVEL. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 17 March 1894

MERCURY JUNIOR. I BABY'S TKA.VEL. Tho door was open ; baby laughed ; She saw it in a minute. The hall was empty as could be Not even mata were in it. Then out Blie went— Bhe could not walk But she could crawl so quickly ; And very Boon her clcan white frock With dust was covered thicklv. She crowed and chuckled as she went* | Aa if the fun waa splendid. IJ nuree had only seen her then Her journey would have ended. She saw dear pussy in the road, 1 And tried go hard to reach her; And puss ran on, as though she said, ?To travel she would teaoh her. ? A cart was coming down the road— i Dear baby was in dancer ; But some one quickly picked her up, And it was not a etrangcr. 'Twas baby's father who espied His little pet, and seized her, And baby cried— such treatment rough I \Y as not a thing that pleased her. * [ But lather kissed her 5 smiling much, I She rode home 011 his shoulder ; , She'll not go out alone again | Till she's a little older.

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HALL'S CREEK RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 17 March 1894

HALL'S CREEK RACES. The following is the adjustment of weights for tho Hall's Creek Jockey Club Races to-day: — Hall's Creek Handicap.— Black Lead 10-8, Rowena 9-8, Orient 8-12, Killarney 8-7, Winney8-5. Welter Handicap. —Gold Drum 11-0, Rowena 10-8, Orient 9-12, Killarney 9-7, Pantaloon 9-0, Winney 9-5.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 17 March 1894

10,000 Dozen FRiSSH EGGS at market rates, delivered «| at our Stores. Suppliers will be paid Cash on Delivery. El LdlCESR^iE &8&Y purchased for Cash or received 011 con- m, signment, in any quantities. Prompt settlements. || We can place Prime Quality Miller, in quantities, aud can M supply tb.e following goods for Cash only : — || Ouvrants, 31b for Is, by the case of 1401b 3-gd per lb. ; i; Company's .No. 1 Sugar, 13s bag; Best Dressed Table Eico, || 61b for Is ; Sago, 71b Is ; Tapioca, 71b Is ; Fresh Oatmeal, m 71b bag Is ; Self-Baising Flour, Is bag; Fine Table Salt, 81b 1 for 6d, 161b Is; Washing Soda, 71b for 6d, 161b Is. || LES1TES5 ©OSS3S. — Prime Salt Herrings, splendid iish, j| Is 6d per dozen, quarter barrel 6s 6d; Prime Salt Salmon, p |j 5d lb by the fish ; Prime Ling, 5-}d lb by the fish ; Sardines. || 18 small 3 tins for Is. large 6|d tin ; Fresh Herrings, 5id tin ; p || Kippered Herrings, Sd tin ; Herring in Tomato Sauce, lOd tin. |t || BACON', BEST SOU...

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TAMBAR SPRINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 17 March 1894

TAMBAR SPRINGS. We have been favoured with a glorious downpour of about 4 inches of rain, which will have tho effect of improving this part of the globe consider ably. A School of Arts meeting was held here on Saturday night last, for the purpose of appointing another committee, when the following gentlemen were duly appointed :— Jno. Donoghue, Esq., presi pent; Messrs. (J. O'Rourke, J. Gillet, aud W. Gillet, vice-presidents ; Mr. Geo. Grace, senior, hon. Treasurer; Mr. J. N. O'Rourke, hon. Sftcru tary; Mr. S. B. Sergeant, Librarian; Messrs. P. Donoghue and J. Best, auditors. The meeting was adjourned until April 7th proximo. Stock passings of late have greatly diminished, and all kinds of work seem to be at a standstill which is owing I think, a great deal to the unsettled state of the land question. A jockey club is about being established here, another meeting being arranged for the 31st inst., to consider the matter. The meeting will be held at Mr. .Geo. Grace's hotel, about 8 o...

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Coonabarabran Amateur Turf Club Races. (From our correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 17 March 1894

Coonabarabran Amateur Turf Club Races. (From our correspondent.) Time in its night has once more Drought us race to face with the fact that another year has been added to the alloted space, and that the event which causes more excitement, more gossip, and more speculation, than any other carnival which is held in this district, has come round with the revo lution of the old scythe-bearer. The amateurs held thoir meeting on Wednesday and Friday last. There were visitors from all the surrounding towns and stations. Sydney sent forth its representatives. Mr. Robinson, of the New Zealand Loan, who we now look upon as an institution at our amateur meet, was to the fore looking as smiling and as ever green as of yore ; Keogh, Mooy, McCullogh, and George King represented the city of the plains ; Mudgee sent Coxes in galore — Stan., Rouse, Alf. and Herbert Blackmail, and many ladies ; Coolah could have sent no better or popular member than the genial Archie Cox, an all-round sport and a tho...

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