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Gardening and Agricultural Memoranda for March. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 24 March 1894

Gardening and Agricultural Memoranda for March. Kitchen* Garden : Sow vegetables as in last month, Plant potatoes, caulillower, broccoli, eschalots, celery, lettuce, &c. Clear aud thiu spinach, and earth up turnips, potatoes, celery, &c., as they geem to require it. lice the ground and de stroy all weeds. Ji it was not done before, tie up your onions, ohooslng a dry day for the purjiOBe; seeds should also be gathered in dry weather as they ripen, such as leeks, onions, oxj. ; thin your seed beds.— X4,lo\vkr Garden : Weeds can not be too carefully erndicutcd, and water should be plentifully used in dry weather. If the ground becomes caked, as it is apt Jo do, loosen it with a light hoe or rake. Plant Cape bulbs. Propagate herbaceous plants. Keep liower beds and borders oiean and in good order.— Orchard and Fruit Garden: In moist weather plant out strawberries. Examine fruit trees ?nd vme». Gather all ripe fruit. — Field Operations ' Pre pare ground for wheat, oats, &a...

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E. W. SPARKE'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 24 March 1894

e. w. sfarke's report. Fat Cattle. — Monday's yardings were fairly heavy; but with a large attendance of the trade and the operations of speculatoi'3, sales were brisk right through and values were firm at late quotations. Light cattle sold very well. There being no sale at Campbell's Hill on Monday next a week's supply was yarded to-day. Good fresh quality cattle were briskly competed for and prices for these were firm. A large proportion of the cattle were medium and for this class the demand was very limited. I have sold — On account of executora Hon. A. Dodds, 24 bullocka from 43 10s to 44 0s, 5 steers from 42 Is to 42 lls,,9 cows from 41 19s to 42 Gs, 9 polled Angus bullocks from 42 15s to 43 3s. 3 cows from 42 15s to 42 18s ? .Tno. Bnnroiv 93 heifers from 41 lis to 42 4a Gd, 3 cows at 42 15s, 22 very light heifere from 41 4s to 41 7s 6d ; Chas. Picton, 4 cows from 42 to 42 12a Gd, 1 at 41 9a Gd ; A. C. Picton, 4 bullocks from 42 8s to 43, 2 cows from 41 15s to 41 18s Gd; Jno. ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 24 March 1894

A draft bill was some time ago prepared by Dr. Quick, president of the Bendigo branch of the Australaaioo Federation League, provid ing tor the election under statutory provisions of representatives to an Australasian Federal Congress, charged with the duty of framing a federal constitution, which should be sub mitted to a general vote of the people of Australasia. This draft bill was favourably regarded by the Central Federation League in Sydney, end at a meeting held on Thursday night a report nporj it, giving evidence of the masterhand of Mr. Edmund Barton, was submitted and approved. The value of the principles of Dr. Quick's proposal — inti- ative by the people, ratification by the people — is recognised in the report, and the writer also oays that the permanent importance of the draft Commonwealth Bill, prepared by the Convention of 1891, cannot be ignored. That draft bill must necessarily be the basiB on which any future convention or congreBe will build. Nevertheless Mr. Bar...

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

ABSTRACT OP SALES BY AUCTION, Saturday, March 24. ' Mk. J. Eniiigiit, at biB stores, IIi«h-strcct, '\Vest JIaitlnnd household inrnUure in the bankrupt, eftate o$S. M.Page. Greta —At the Couch Factory ot Hammond and Moore. High-street, at two, 2 new bURfiios. 2 second-hand ones, vehicles partly built, and coach-buildera' materials of all JIr.kirfSVViTiTE, at Fennelly's Hotel, Allyn Brook, at three, snug farm containing 8 acres, on which is 4 house and out buildings, '.'00 young orange trees, vineyard, Sc.

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

RENIKSDLAR~& ORIENTAL S. N. COMPANY. THE ROYAL MAIL STEAMSHIPS of the above Company will be despatched from Circular Quay (Macquarie Point) and from Mel bourne' and Adelaide on the following dates at NOON FOR LONDON (Touching at the usual intermediate porta en route) r ! Leave T Leave Steamer. = Commander. Sydney Ade ? Noon. Mclb rnt laide. ^Australia ... 7000 1. Keeves ? Mar. 31 April 7 April 11 ? Ballaarat ? 474S L\ S. Aiirub ... April 14 April 21 April 25 Victoria ? 8208 A. W Adamson April 30 May 5 May 9 - Arcadia ? G3G2 W B. Andrews Moy 14 May 10 May 23 Valetta ? ISWR F. Briscoe.. May 28 June 2 JuneO Home ? 5516 A. B. Uaniell.. June 11 JunelG June 20 Parramatta ... 177) P. Harris ...... June 25 June 30 July 8. And thenceforward every alternate week. *Via Hobart. INTERCHANGEABLE TICKETS. MELBOURNE, S7DNEY, HOBART, and ADELAIDE. During the period the steamers of the P. and O and Orient Companies call at Hobart tickets willbe. interchangeable, and will allow of passengers b...

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

St. Paul's Parish. Jj A S T E E SUNDAY. V a m., Holy Communion. 11 a.m., Matins and Holy Communion. 7.30 p.m., Evensong. ST. ANDREW'S, BISHOP'S BRIDGE. 9 a.m., Holy Communion. 3 p.m., Evensong. E. A. ANDERSON. All seats free. 1102 Tile Newcastle and Hunter diver Steam ship Co., Limited. REDUCED FARES TO AND FROM NEWCASTLE and SYDNEY, DUItINO EASTER HOLIDAYS & METROPOLITAN EXHIBITION, -Extending from Saturday, 17th, to Saturday, 31st March, Inclusive. 5s. SINGLE SALOON 5s. 3s. SINGLE STEERAGE 3s. SALOON RETURN, 9s. ?AVAILABLE FOR TWO MONTHS FROM DATE OP ISSUE. THE MAGNIFICENT PADDLE-WHEEL : STEAMSHIPS, NEWCASTLE (1251 Tons), NAMOI (1414 Tons), &c., will be despatched as follows, viz. : — Date. Day. From Sydney From Newcastle. , March p.m. p.m. 24 Saturday ? ? Namoi ? 11.30 Newcastle 11.30 ?in Sunday ? Newcastle 11.30 Namoi ? 11.30 | 2K Easter Monday Namoi ? 11.30 Newcastle 11.30 | 27 Tuesday ? Newcastle 11.30 Namoi .... 11.30 28 Wednesday ... Namoi ? 11.0 Newcastle 11...

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BANKRUPTCY. Monday, March 19. SEQUESTRATION ORDERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 24 March 1894

BANKRUPTCY. Monday, March 10. SEQUESTBATION ORDErtf!. Thomas Alfred Iticlmrdaon, of Croki, Manning River, dairy worker. Mr. A. Morris, official assig nee. James Dickson, of Parramatta, grocer's clerk. Mr. N. F. Giblin, official assignee. Thomas Whitaker, of Albury, manufacturers' agent. Mr. L. T. Lloyd, official assignee* John Bisby, of Kogarah, van driver. Mr. N. F. Giblin, official assignee. Edward Pearce, cf Narrabri, fruiterer. Mr. A. Morris, official assignee. Frank Owen Forwood, of Annandale (formerly of Coma), who had carried on business in Pitt-street Sydney. Mr. N. F. Giblin, official assignee. ' George Sue, of Wentworth, licensed hawker. Mr. A. Morris, official assignee. Alfred Langley Cooper, of Stanmore (formerly of Homebush), storekeeper. Mr. L. T. Lloyd, official assigneee, CREDITOR'S PETITION. Thomas Kildea, of Mulwala, v. John Shanahan, of Boomanoornana. Petition to be heard on March 30# -

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ED. HIGGENS, MARSHALL, AND CO.'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 24 March 1894

SD. HIGGE.VS, MARSHALL, AND CO.'s REPORT. Fat Cattle. — In consequence of their being no further sales of fat stock at Campbell's Hill for a week, full supplies were forward on Thursday, buyers were in good attendance, and competed briskly for all prime quality lots. Medium and light weights sold at late rates : We sold — For Thos. Marshall, cows at 41 12s to 42 10s, steers at 41 15s ; P. Saddler, cows at 41 163 6d ; D. J. Car mody, cows 41 17s to 41 19s, steers at 41 93 6d to 42 9s ; E. Foot, steers at 41 15s to 42 Is ; White Bros., 71 bullocks from 43 3s to £4, rough ditto at 42 5s to 43 ; W. Harrison, bullocks at 42 103 ; J. Stead, bullocks at 42 123 6d ; R. Matthews, bullocks at 43 5s; J. Pinkerton, bullocks 43 17s to 44 Us ; Mitchell, bullocks 43 Us to 43 19s ; R. Noble, bul locks 43 6s to 43 15s, cows 43 14s ; White Broa. cows 42 9s to 42 Us 6d ; W. Tripp, steers 41 103 to 41 153, bullocks at 43 6s to 43 Ss Gd, light at 42 143 6d to 42 17s, cows 42 6s ; J. Fletcher bullocks 43...

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

—THE— Most Usefal Ointment in the World) XSEi/sr KT one. 8 . / ^ il PREMIER-OINTMENT in tho SOUTHERN HEMISPHERE. But, as many new arnvals havo lately made Now South Wales their home, it may be as well to lot them know that there, ia «uch an artioleas JOSEPHSON'S OINTMENT purely theproductiondf'tHecolony, composed of wild plants indigenous to tho country and nowhere else, the principal of which i& 'the EUCALYPTUS, now so famed thoroughoub tho world. WHO SHOULD SUFFER FROM PILES, wlrcn'one application will relieve you? Read mis letter and Tky fob Yourselves Messrs, J3. Row.and Co. Dear Sirs, — I have'tricd your Jo2Cphson'& Oint ment for Piles, and have found much relief from vsing it: ? You aro at liberty to use this if you feol disposed. X remain, your3, etc., L. P. 'SOLOMONS, Herald Office. BAD LEGS, OLD# SOKES of long standing j havo been cured by using this Ointment. j SORE EYES, or Sandy Blight.— There ja | nothing known to man equal to JOSEPHSON'S AUSTRALIAN OINT...

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

THE GREATEST OF ALL THE LIFE COMPANIES. ? :0: ? ? The Mutual Life Insurance Co. of New York. RICHARD A. BScCURDY, President. TOTAL ASSETS EXCEED 437,000,000. Purely Mutual ; all claims settled on the spot immediately upon receipt of satisfactory proofs of death and title. PAID ON ACCOUNT OF POLICY-HOLDERS, 437,452,4*9. Fifty years* experience has taught the management of The Mutual Like op Ne« r York . the forms of insurance best adapted to popular requirement. Among these are the Fncomo Life Polio y I-ifo Option Endowment, Six Per Cent. Consol, and the Polices issued in 1™n|o£pfc^,/jlbllM Year, namely, The Five Per Cant. Debenture, and The Continuous Instalment Policy. Z. C. REWMSE, General Manager for Australia. For information regarding the Company and the different forms of Insurance, apply to ALEX. MAC KNIGHT, Manager for New South Wales, 131 Pitt-street, Sydney ; or to MR. EDWARD BLAIR, Agent for Maitland. ? 27 Genuine Articles. Premier REGist|RED premier Baking Self-Raising P...

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Serious Thoughts. UNAWARE. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 24 March 1894

Serious Thoughts. UNAWARE. Some day, wlien tails a sudden sense Of pcrlcct peucc on heart and brain. That coracp, we know not wliy or whence. And cie ive seek is gone again. When breathes tbe unexpectant hour Strange beauty oi an instant blown, As it a rose were full in ilower Whose earliest buds we knew not grown, rtrchntice one wiuged moment sped Down the white heights of heavenly air, ' Some spirit of our blessed dead Hath stood beside us unaware !

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PERSISTENT FAITHFULNESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 24 March 1894

PJvRSlSTENT FAITHFULNESS. I think this constancy to goodness is what Pnnl meano by being 'led by tbe Spirit of God,' and that whenever we are minding our proper business, or trying to do the beat we know in every-duy affairs, we tire really walking in tho light. We call this steadiness of purpose, strength of will, and bo it is. But where do we get our strength of will? Tbe willis strengthened by exereias. Yes, co are the muacU-s ; but do we give etrengvh to ourselves ? Do we not receive it whenever we put ouTaelvea in the orderly current of dmne life and power ? Thus do we work out our own salvation, because it ia God that ' worketh in us, to will and to do, of His own good plensnre. ' So nerr is grandeur to our dust, - So close 13 God to man, ~ : W« en duty whispers low, Thou must, The youth replies, I can !' I think a sense of this possible perpetual connection between God and man made J?sua say that ' to faith, nothing iB impossible.' Almighty 'forces, infinite resources, are fo...

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ELECTRICITY IN FARM WORK. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 24 March 1894

ELECTRICITY IN PAHlt WOBK. An interesting example of electricity as applied to farm work is now in operation on a Scotch farm. The whole of the usual farm machinery, such as threshing and the like, are here driven by an electric motor. The electricity is generated by water power, the turbine wheel which drives the dynamo being about one hundred yards from the farm. The eleeivic current thus generated is con veyed by underground wire to the house and barn, in each of which a Btorage battery ia 1 placed. These Bupply the electric current for light ing and motive purposes when the machinery is not working. The whole of the mansion is illuminated]by electric light, and an electric motor is now provided for pumping the water for domestic purposes. At the barn there is a large electric mote: of sixteen horse power which is arranged to drive the farm ma chinery. This it does quite easily, as it works smoothly and quietly. It requires no governor, as the speed does not vary whatever the loa...

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ITEMS OF INTEREST. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 24 March 1894

ITEMS Off INTEREST^ I ? V Miss Cuthbertson, of the Melbourne Telephone Department, has been appointed inspectress or ' Will your Worship allow costs ?' asked a solici tor whose client had come off victorious ill a female Blanc-whanging ca8e heard before Mr. Giles, S.iJl., yesterday. ' No,' replied his Worship decisively, ' there was not much to choose between tne parties, for I think I am a good judge of womra myself. ' Yes, your Worship, I am aware of that, was tno rejoinder. _ „ .. . Mr. George Colquhoun, the new Crown Solicitor, 'was formerly a resident of West Maitland, where le practised his profession for fourteen years. Speaking at Wesley Church, Melbourne, on the Chinese Sunday labor question, Mr. Deakin, M.ii.A., condemned the practice of permitting Chinese to work on Sundays, and to prevent it intimated tliat employers of these men would have to be dealt Up to the present the Victorian Lands Depart ment has received replies from about 35,000 out ot the 40,000 tenants who a...

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THE DANISH MILKING MACHINE. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 24 March 1894

THE DANISH MILKING MACHINE. Will cows ever be milked by a machine ia a question often raised by dairymen. A new Danish milking machine waB on exhibition at the World's Fair, where was put to a practical trial. It is in ubo in some of the large Danish dairies. The following descrip tion of the machine and its operation is given by the inventor : ' Tn t.ltia tyi onkin a nil f «-»ri « 4-nn f-n J .n* vuiw L-owio are ULllJxUU simultaneeusly by two pairs of elastic and feathering roller segments, having rocking, approaching, and receding movements. The teats are squeezed from the upper ends, or roots, down to the bottom. When one pair of the rocking segments approach each other, squeezing the two teats on the right side of the udder, the other pair of segments, on the left side, recede from each other, and vice versa.' The operator turns a handle, situated an arm's length from the right side of the cow, and connected with the main shaft by a flat link chain. The machine rests in a selfad ...

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Leases in the Central Division. A DEPUTATION TO THE MINISTER OF LANDS. MR. COPELAND'S SATISFACTORY REPLY Wednesday afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 24 March 1894

Leases in the Central Division,; A DEPUTATION TO THE MINISTER OF LANDS. FAR. COPEL AMD'S SATISFACTORY REPLY [From the Press Telegraph Association.] Wednesday afternoon. An important deputation waited upon the Minister of Lands to-day to urge the necessity of dealing this session with the Central Division leases. She deputation, which consisted of seventeen members of Parliament representing all shades of politias, was introduced by Mr. Morgan, who said it was the general wish that legislation such as that proposed would be cairied out as soon as possible. Members felt there was existing in the community at the present time a feeling of inse curity which interfered with the prosperity of the colony. The leases would expire in July next year, and unless eomething was imme diately done that feeling would be to a large extent intensified. In the Central Division were a great number of men who depended materially on their means of borrowing to carry on operations. For a long time owing t...

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FEEDING OF MOULTING POULTRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 24 March 1894

FEEDING OF MOULTING POULTRY. Whilst fowls are changing their adornment the feeding should be generous. Some have recommended that the birds at this time should be fed entirely on groin, but this we think is a great mistake. A warm breakfast at this time undoubtedly does good, and as the fowls are fome-vhat dainty some soft food once o day tempts the appetite. Maize at w.md ououia ue escnewea, out wheat, bar ley, oats nnd French buckwheat may all be given. French buckwheat, with a little hemp nel now and again helps to impart a rich gloBi to tbe new plumage, whilst a little lin seed has also o satisfactory effect in the same direction. A little meat, finely minced, may be given now and again, and of fresh green rood let there be a liberal supply. Chopped onions are excellent for poultry at this and other times, and would save a lot of physic if they were more generally employed. Diges tion during the period of moulting is often times seriously impaired, so care must be taken m feedin...

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Maitland Auctioneers' Reports. J. N. BRUNKER'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 24 March 1894

Maitland Auctioneers' Reports. .1. N. BRUNKKIt's REPORT. Pat Cattle.— Supplies for the week have been large, but with a brisk demand on both sale days 1 succeeded in disposing of the whole of my consign ments at very satisfactory prices. My yardings yesterday consisted chiefly of light and medium condition cuttle ; but proportionate with weight and quality, prices realised by me were better than those obtained for prime fresh quality lota forward. I sold — On account of J. Lynch, bullocks at .SI 3s to 44 15s, ditto light at 43 6s to 41; Jas. Med low, light bullocks at 43 5s to 43 7s, steers at 42 12s to 42 14a ; B. Buflicr, light heifers at 42 14s Od ; M. Watson, light heifers at 4J 183 Gd to 42 Is ; Mrs, Burne, cows at 43 3s, light steers at42 ; W. G. Burns, light steers at 42 5.=;; P. J. Morris, light heifers at XI 10s ; M. Dodds, steers at £'Z 12s ; J. Lynch, light bullocks at 43 6s to 43 12s Od j S. Foot, light steers at 42 3s to 42 10s, heifers at 42 3s Cd ; W. Tripp, light bul...

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A Manifesto to the Electors. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 24 March 1894

A Manifesto to the Electors. Conscious that the coming elections involve the gravest issues ever placed before the con stituencies, the National Association has prepared a manifesto, putting those isBUoa clearly to the electors. Eeference is made to the want of commercial confidence, tho scarcity of employment for labour, and the j prevailing distress, — and these are Baid to be due in a great measure to the condition or public life, and the need for sound progres sive legislation. Parliament is incapable and its efforts aimless, and the causeB are, in the opinion of the Association, three. One is the absence of a system of local government by reason of which Parliament is constituted of men whose intellect is of parochial calibre, whose political activity is confined to the supply of local needs, and who demoraliee their constituencies and undermine their self reliance ; while, ob a consequence of pressure the Central Gf-overnment has become extravr ? gantin expenditure and profuse...

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Maitland Commercial Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Weekly Mercury — 24 March 1894

Maitland Commercial Intelligence. Business during the week just ended has been very quiet, and no alteration of note has taken place in prices, which remain practically the same as previously quoted. Flour, 48 10s to £9 per ton, according to quality. Wheat, dull ; best quoted at 3s 3d ,- inferior, 2s 9d to 3s. Maize plentiful, 2s Od to 3s per bushel. Oats— seed, 2s 3d to 2s 9d per bushel ; feed, 2s Gd to as. Vetches, 136 per bushel. Barley— Cape, 2s 6d to 3o per bushel ; English 2b Od to 3s ; skinless, 5s to 5s 6d. Bran.— Maizena, 45 per ton ; other sorts £4, 5s. Pollard, 44 10s to 45 per ton. Chaff, £3 15b to 44 per ton Hay— Lucerne, in demand, £ 2 10a to £3 per ton s fcafcen, £2 10s to £3. Lucerne Seed, 8d to 9d per lb. Hungarian millet seed, 2d to 3d per lb. Sorghum seed, 3d to 4d per lb. Onions, 6s £o 6s 6d per cwt. Potatoes, ia good demand ; Brownell's 43 15s to J£4 10s per ton ; Early Eose, 44 10b to £5 ; Warr Qambools, 44 per ton. Butter — best 8-3 to Is ; inferior 4d to 6d p...

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