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ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Mercury & Hunter River General Advertiser — 2 March 1844
E1TCI.XSK xrarors. On Saturday, the 24th February, the barque Penyard Park arrived at Sydney, from London via Torbay, having left London 26th October, and Torbay 12th November. We have received papers by her to the end of October, but do not observe much of interest since the news we gave on receipt of the Alfred's files. For part of the following we are indebted to the Sydney Morning Herald, which has obtained two papers in November. The Dublin Grand Jury found a true bill against Mr. O'connell and the other parties charged with conspiracy. It was expected their trials would come on about the 13th November, and would last a month. The Judges had refused to grant a mandamus directing the Dublin magistrates to hear the charge of perjury brought by Mr. Barrett against Mr. Hughes, the crown evidence, until after the trial of Mr. O'connell and his companions. Mr. H. Warburton had been elected member for Kendal. In Ireland there had prevailed perfect peace and quietness. In Scotland the ...
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Mercury & Hunter River General Advertiser — 2 March 1844
JOB AND BOOK PKINTING, AN extensive addition having been just made to the PLAIN and FANCY JOBBING TYPE at the "IMCAITIiATiB MERCURY" G-EWERAXi PRINTING OFFICE, Parties requiring Posting or Hand Bills, Books, Pamphlets, Catalogues, Leases, Title Deeds, Circulars, Cards, Bill-heads, Cheques, plain or colored Labels, Baker's Bills, Impounding, Law and other Forms, &c. &e. can have them executed in a superior manner, with great despatch, and at reasonable prices. For london, THE very fast-sailing first-class ship '. HERALD," 811 Tons register, J. B. Coubro, Com- mander. This vessel has all her dead weight on board, is now ready to take in cargo, has two-thirds of her wool engaged, and will ha\ e quick despatch. For freight or passage (having superior accom- modation, and will carry a Surgeon), apply to the Captain, on board, or to GILCHRIST & ALEXANDER. The Herald will take Cedar on freight, if ready for shipment immediately. January 20,1844. 59 AUSTRALASIAN, COL...
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Mercury & Hunter River General Advertiser — 2 March 1844
ALL persons desirous of becoming Candidates for the Office of COLLECTOR to the Council of the District of Maitland are required to send in their applications to the Office of the Council, under cover to the Warden, on or before the 19th day of March next. The person who may hereafter be appointed to the office of Collector will be required to find sufficient security to the Council. (Signed) E. C. CLOSE, Warden. 27th February, 1844. f 127 District Council Chambers, ) The ¡Lang Testimonial. MR. WINDEYER, the Member for Durham, having intimated that it is his intention to meet his constituents at Dungog on the 5th, and at Paterson on the 7th instant, the friends of the Rev. Dr. Lang, in the respective neigh- bourhoods, are requested to attend at each of the above places on the days specified, when, at the close of Mr. Windeyers meetings, the expediency, if not necessity, at this juncture, of retaining the services of the Rev. Gentleman will be brought forward. By order of the Committe...
WESLEYAN TEA PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Mercury & Hunter River General Advertiser — 2 March 1844
WESLEYAN TEA PARTY. .On Tuesday last the second quarterly tea party was held at the Wesleyan Chapel, West Mait- land, at which about 160 persons were present. These meetings were established to aid in clearing oft* the heavy and pressing debt upon the chapel, which was stated at the last meeting to amount to something more than £400. Since that time great exertions have been made to raise funds, and the following results were laid before the meeting of the quarter's labours : £ s. d. Proceeds of last tea meeting. 11 0 0 Collected in the town and neighbour- hood by ten ladies. l8 13 5 Collected in ditto by two gentlemen 1 17 3 Collected in ditto by the Rev. Messrs. M'Kenny and Lewis. 35 0 0 Collected by Rev. Mr. Lewis at Bathurst. 35 0 0 Pew rents and collection. 7 10 0 £109 0 8 To which might be added the receipts for that evening, which it was estimated would amount to about £10, making a total of £119 collected towards the debt. Resolutions were unanimously passed approv- ing of t...
(From our Correspondent.) Thursday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Mercury & Hunter River General Advertiser — 2 March 1844
(From our Correspondent.) Thursday Evening. Insolvent Court.-The commissioner granted the following certificates, being unopposed : W. B. J. Green, Robert Osborne, Duncan M'PhèJl, J. D. Dunsdon, J. H. Gibbons, Lawrence Potts (of Potts, Baxter, and Co.), Wm. Ball, George Dent, Wm. Barnett, and John Newsham. Joseph Aarons, opposed by Mr. R. Bourne, was postponed to Thursday next. Joseph Walford was reserved for decision to Thursday next. The remainder were postponed, the parties not appearing. Supreme Court, Civil Side.-Pilcher v. Rattray.-This action, with a feigned issue, was tried in order to determine a question as to the proprietorship of Cedarford Farm, near Mait- land. This farm was in the possession of James Briggs, against whom Pilcher issued execution ; the property being then claimed by Rattray as trustee of Charles Robins. Briggs's alleged title was an optional lease of 5 or 7 years from Robins to him ; £500 was to be paid by him to Robins for the stock on the farm, with a...
INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. PROOF OF CLAIMS. (Before E. D. Day, Esq., Commissioner.) Saturday, February 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Mercury & Hunter River General Advertiser — 2 March 1844
INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. PttOOF OF CLAIMS. (Before E. D. Day, Esq., Commissioner.) Satwday, February 24. In the estate of Joseph Swales, an adjourned third meeting, to decide on the allowance of his furniture to the insolvent: as a sufficient number of the creditors we're not present, the meeting was again adjourned to Saturday (this day). Thursday, February 29. In the estate of William Farquharson, a single meeting : James Gilchrist, £2 10s.; George Mossman, £52 18s 9d. The meeting was adjourned until Thursday, the 7th of March, for the purpose of producing the schedule. In the estate of James Cox, a special meeting : Henry Dangar, £102 19s 6cl; James Tavlor M'Dougall, £41 ; H. I. Pilcher, £12 14s ; Miss M'Intyre, £5 Is. The trustee was instructed as to the disposal of landed property and other matters. NEW INSOLVENTS. February 23.-John Gray, of Queanbeyan, storekeeper : no schedule filed. 23.-John Richard Rouse, of Mudgee, grazier : debts, £2288 14s 8d ; balance deficiency, £344 14...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Mercury & Hunter River General Advertiser — 2 March 1844
Deaths. On the 24th February, at Newcastle, after a month's illness, in the 10th year of her age, Emily, second daughter of the late William Taylor Jay, Esq. At his residence, West Maitland, on Wednes- day, February 21, aged 69, Mr. Rich. Johnson, watchmaker ; much and deservedly regretted.
AGENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Mercury & Hunter River General Advertiser — 9 March 1844
AGENTS. Black Creek, Mr. Edward Franks, storekeeper Cassilis, Mr. James Piper Dungog, Mr. Thomas Abbott Hinton, Mr. Robert Houshold, postmaster Jerry's Plains, Mr. J. J. Harpur, postmaster Merton, Mr. William Everness Murrurundi, Mr. Av Wightman, White Hart Inn Muswellbrook, Mr. Edw. Bennett, poundkeeper Newcastle, Mr. G. Felton Paterson, Mr. Wilkinson, auctioneer Raymond Terrace, Mr. Houlding, postmaster Scone, Mr. Thomas Dangar Singleton, Mr. T. Hope, postmaster Sydney, Mr. H. Ferris, commission agent, York street Wollombi, Mr. Michael Byrne Printed and published by the proprietors, Thomas William Tucker and Richard Jones, at the. Maitland Mercury Office, High-street, West Maitland, county of Northumberland, New South, Wales.
TERMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Mercury & Hunter River General Advertiser — 9 March 1844
TERMS. The " Maitland Mercury" is published every Saturday morning. The terms of subscription are:-In Maitland and Morpeth Is. 6d. per quarter, if paid in advance 6s. 6c?. ; in Sydney and the country 8». per quarter, if paid in advance Is. The quarters end on ±he Qlst March, SOth June, SOth September, 'únd 91st December respectively, at which periods only subscribers can resign, by giving due notice. Parties residing in the country who do not order the paper through an agent will be required to pay in advance, or to give a reference to some party in Maitland. The charges for advertisements are :-For the first inch of space (eight lines) and under, 3s., and Is. per inch after, each insertion. Parties sending advertisements must state on them the number of times they are to be in- serted, or they will be continued until counter- manded, and charged accordingly. No verbal direction for the withdrawal or alteration of advertisements can be attended to. Adver- tisements will be received ...
LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, MARCH 5, 1844. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Mercury & Hunter River General Advertiser — 9 March 1844
xegxsxl&txvx: council.. Tuesday, Mahch 5, 1844. Pursuant to the Governor's proclamation, the Council assembled on Tuesday, the Speaker taking the chair shortly after twelve o'clock. Present-The Colonial Secretary, Attorney General, Commander of the Forces, Colonial Treasurer, Auditor General, Messrs. Elwin, Icely, Lowe, Foster, Cowper, Panton, Macarthur, Lawson, Bowman, Therry, Berry, Suttor, Dr. Lang, Dr. Nicholson, and Captain Dumaresq. The Clerk of the Council having read the proclamation, the Colonial Secretary deli- vered to the Speaker the following message, by order of his Excellency the Governor : " Message from his Excellency the Governor to the members of the Legislative Council, stating to them the reason why he has called an extraordinary meeting of the Council. " Gentlemen-I have called you together at this unusual season of the year, solely for the purpose of laying before you the project.of a law to protect certain magistrates of the territory from the prosecu...
GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. LAND AND IMMIGRATION DEBENTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Mercury & Hunter River General Advertiser — 9 March 1844
GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. LAND AND IMMIGRATION DEBENTURES. Notice is hereby given, that persons desirous of investing money on the security of the territorial revenue of this government, can obtain debentures at par on applying for them at the Colonial Treasury. The debentures will be issued in even sums of one hundred pounds each, bearing interest at the rate of four pence per one hundred pounds per diem, and will be of two kinds. I. Debentures of which the principal and interest shall be payable in London. (1.) They will be current for three years, with liberty to be renewed for three years longer, at the option of the government of New South Wales, three months' notice being given to that effect in the London Gazette. (2.) The interest to be paid half-yearly, on the presentation of the debenture at the office of the Colonial Agent General, in London, on or after the first days of January and July in each year. (3.) If this government shall desire to pay off the whole, or any portion of...
SALT BEEF. To the Editors of the Maitland Mercury. "Exitus acta probat." [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Mercury & Hunter River General Advertiser — 9 March 1844
SALT BEEF. To the Editors of the Maitland Mercury, j "Exitus acta probat" I Gentlemen-In a letter signed '. Observer" in your paper of the 2nd March, the writer still follows up the old practice of attempting to disguise or hide the defects in curing our salt beef, instead of searching into the causes of defects, and pointing to a remedy, as any well wisher to the colony would try to do. According to the theory of acids, as laid down by Observer, they have only one property, viz., a preserving quality, and therefore the more acid of any kind the better. Now, if this argument was followed out, it would be better to dissolve the salt for pickle in vinegar instead of water; he could then recommend his beef as an anti-scorbutic. I presume Observer has mistaken his own name, or he would in various instances have seen the discoloration of the beef caused by acid; and if Observer knows anything of chemistry, he ought to have observed that acids mixed with or in contact with natural bodies ...
To the Editors of the Maitland Mercury. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Mercury & Hunter River General Advertiser — 9 March 1844
To the Editors of the Maitland Mercury. Gentlemen-As it must unquestionably be an omission of the press", can you have the kindness to inform Mr. Windeyer's constituents of Nelson's Plains, Coolie Camp, Swan Reach, and Hinton, on what day he proposes to meet at Hinton the forty-seven voters of these dis- tricts, and at which hotel he(intends to do so. I I am, gentlemen, yours, &c, &nbsp; ONE OF THE FORTY-SEVEN. Woodlle, 5th March, 1844. [We presume Mr. Windeyer expects his con- stituents in the districts named will meet him at East Maitland, which is not far distant from any of them, on Thursday next. The hon. member for Durham appears to have confined his visits to the chief polling places for that county. Eds. M. M.]
MAITLAND PRICE CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Mercury & Hunter River General Advertiser — 9 March 1844
MLAXTX>AN2> PRICE CT7BXSNT. £ s. d. Ale and Porter, per hhd.. £4 10a to 5 0 0 Taylor's, ditto . 5 0 0 Dunbar's, per dozen. 0 9 6 Ale, Hunter Brewery, per hogshead 4 0 0 Annatta, per lb. 0 6 0 Arrowroot, per lb. 0 10 Peer, Hunter Brewery, per hogshead 2 0 0 Bottled Fruits, per bottle. 0 2 0 Per dozen . 1 I 0 Bread, per loaf of 4 lbs. 0 0 7 Bricks, per 1000.10s to 0 13 0 Butcher's Meat : Beef, per lb. 0 0 1 Mutton, ditto. 0 0 1 Pork, ditto. 0 0 3 Veal, ditto. 0 0 3 Butter, fresh, per lb .6d to 0 1 0 Calf Skins, each.2sto 0 2 6 Candles, mould, per lb .4d to 0 0 6 Dip, per lb.4dto 0 0 5 Cheese, per lb. 0 0 6 CoaZjperton. 0 13 0 Coffee, per lb.9d to 0 16 Currants, Zante, per lb.6d to 0 0 8 Currie Powder,per bottle ..2s6d& 0 3 6 Eggs, per dozen. 5dto 0 0 7 Firewood, per load.ls6dto 0 3 0 Flour; (Portus's Mills, for cash on delivery) First quality, per 100 lbs. 0 12 0 Second, ditto. 0 10 0 Ration, ditto. 0 9 0 Bran, ditto. 0 5 0 (Nicholson's Mills, cash on delivery) First qua...
THE MAITLAND MERCURY. SATURDAY, MARCH 9, 1844. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Mercury & Hunter River General Advertiser — 9 March 1844
TÖlVfMTLAND MERCURY. SATURDAY, MARCH 9, 1844. THE DISTRICT COUNCIL-THE BYE-LAWS. In "tïïe alteration of the bye-laws relating to the liability of landlords, the Council have not defined very distinctly in what cases they are liable. In bye-law 3 it is provided that " such rate or rates be paid by all persons being the landlords, tenants, or occupiers of any such lands or tene- ments as aforesaid, at the time of making or declaration of any such rate (Sr rates ;" while on clause 4 it is provided "that no landlord, tenant, or occupier of any such land or tenement shall be liable to the payment of any rate due or payable by any previous or former tenant or occupier thereof." Thus, in the 3rd clause the landlord is made first liable for the payment of the rates, while in the 4th clause he appears to be exempted from any liability, unless his land or tenement was unoccupied at the time of the declaration of the rate then being levied. Clause 6, too, evidently goes to exempt the landlord ...
MAITLAND DISTRICT COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Mercury & Hunter River General Advertiser — 9 March 1844
MAITLAND DISTRICT COUNCIL. The quarterly meeting of the Council was held on Tuesday last, being the first Tuesday in March : present-E. C. Close, Esq., Warden, Messrs. Lang, Innes, and Hungerford. The Warden said the meeting was only called pro forma, as the consideration of the bye-laws was of course suspended for the present; but he thought as they had met it would be as well to consider another portion of the bye-laws, viz., those relating to education. For the present year the government had relieved them of the care and expense of the schools in the district, but after this year the burden would no doubt be thrown on them. As the subject must be met by them sooner or later, he thought they might as well take it into consideration at once. Captain Hungerford enquired at what time they would have to take the schools in hand, and what would be the probable amount required. The Warden said they would have to com- mence next year, and the expense might perhaps be £300 or £400 a year...
ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION. TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Mercury & Hunter River General Advertiser — 9 March 1844
ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION. TUESDAY. Mr. Jeremiah Ledsam, at the Rose Inn, at twelve, horse stock, working bullocks, milch cows, fat cattle, and bore pig; after which, superior horse stock ; also, serviceable horses. THURSDAY. Mr. James Solomon, at the Union Hotel, at twelve for one, valuable horse stock, a quantity of cattle, and two drays ; also, one hundred head mixed cattle. The Sheriff, at defendant's office, at noon, office furniture, law books, and twelve acres of land.
IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Mercury & Hunter River General Advertiser — 9 March 1844
IMPOUNDINGS. From Mr. Cope's, of Deridgery, in the Cassilis district, the undermentioned sheep, supposed to belong to John Collins, of Windsor-216 ewes, wethers and lambs. Also, on the 6th March. A bay cob horse, short tail, off hind fetlock white, branded qB near shoulder. If not claimed they will be sold on the 28th instant. Thomas Barnard, Poundkeeper. Cassilis, 6th March. At Dungog, the 2nd March-A yellow cow, branded P on each thigh ; a yellow -poley cow, branded near side TJ, and TJ on shoulder. If" not duly released, will be sold. J. Hanna, Poundkeeper.