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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. FRIDAY, APRIL 19. BANK LIABILITIES AND ASSETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Mercury & Hunter River General Advertiser — 27 April 1844
GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. FRIDAY, APRIL 19. BANK LIABILITIES AND ASSETS. The following general abstract of the average amount of the liabilities and assets of the banking companies therein named, from 1st January to the 31st March, 1844, having been transmitted to this office, as required by the 2nd section of the Act of Council, 4th Victoria, No. 13, his Excellency the Governor is pleased to direct their publication, in conformity with the same clause in the said act. Banh of New South Wales. Liabilities. £ s. d. Notes in circulation. 23,078 0 0 Balances due to other banks .. 351 13 10 Deposits .140,895 9 6 ïotalamount of liabilities.. 164,325 3 4 Assets. Coined gold and silver. 83,150 11 4 Notes and bills of other banks 15 2 6 Amount of debts due to the bank 300,991 0 5 Total amount of assets-384,156 14 3 Amount of capital stock paid up 31st March, 1844 . 208,545 0 0 Rate of last dividend declared to the shareholders, 8 per cent, per annum. Amount of last dividend declared 8,340 4 0 Amo...
"OUT OF EVIL COMETH GOOD." Messrs. Editors of the Maitland Mercury. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Mercury & Hunter River General Advertiser — 27 April 1844
"OUT OF EVIL COMETH GOOD." Messrs. Editors of the Maitland Mercury, DEAR FRIENDS-Mr. Necessity is a stern teacher, no doubt, but still it must be admitted that many useful and salutary lessons are incul- cated in the school of adversity, over which thai gentleman presides. In the high and palmy period of our colonial prosperity (falsely so called), many of the precepts and maxims taught by him, however, were very sceptically received, and by some indeed Mr. Necessity was regarded as a teacher not only of inferior capa- city, but as an individual who broached doctrines of a hurtful and pernicious tendency ; but being firmly persuaded that he had "truth on his side," and calling to mind that the great and good in all ages had been subject to the same treatment in this respect, he "stuck to his text," and has at length lived to witness the triumph of the great principles he has so long advocated. It may be mentioned, Messrs. Editors, as one of the leading features of this gentleman's p...
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Mercury & Hunter River General Advertiser — 27 April 1844
JOB AND BOOK PRINTING. AN extensive addition having been just made to the PLAIN and FANCY JOBBING TYPE at the »MAITIiATIB MERCURY" GENERAI. 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. &c. can have them executed in a superior manner, with great despatch, and at reasonable prices. To Shippers of Wool and Tallow« JHE well known fast sailing Barque "ARACHNE," Captain H. Pearse, 320 tons, being under engagement to take a quantity of Wool at Newcastle, will have room for a few tons of Tallow and hales of Wool. Shippers desirous of saving the expense of freight to Sydney are stronily recom- mended sending their goods by the above vessel. The " Arachne" will be at Newcastle in three weeks from this date. For further particulars apply to . W. M'DONELL, Queen's-plaee, Sydney. March 30,1844. 235 T To...
THE MAITLAND MERCURY. SATURDAY, APRIL 27, 1844. NEW SQUATTING REGULATIONS.—THE MEETING ON TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Mercury & Hunter River General Advertiser — 27 April 1844
THE MAITLAND MEECUEY, ^SATURDAY, APRIL 27, 1844. T!ÎEW SQUATTING REGULATIONS.-THE MEETING 'ON TUESDAY. THE meeting on 'Tuesday was not so numerously attended as some we have witnessed in Maitland, but a large pro- portion of the landed proprietors, and most of the influential men in the district, were present. There was a little delay in ^commencing the business, owing to the want of timely preliminary arrangement ; otherwise the meeting passed off very satisfactorily. The whole of the resolutions were passed without dissent. A full report of the proceedings mil be found in our Supplement of this úay. Although we are opposed to the new regu- lations, the grounds on which we are opposed to,them are different to and somewhat at variance with those taken by the speakers on Tuesday. Tile chief point of difference is, that they regard 'the increase in the license fees as an increase of taxation, while we regard it as an increase-cer- tainly an-ill-timed, unjust, and impolitic one in the ...
NEWCASTLE A FREE PORT. PUBLIC MEETING AT NEWCASTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Mercury & Hunter River General Advertiser — 27 April 1844
NEWCASTLE A FREE PORT. PUBLIC MEETING AT NEWCASTLE. On Monday last a public meeting was held at the court-house, Newcastle, for the purpose of memoralizing the government on the subject of making Newcastle a free warehousing port. There were present about two hundred of the most respectable inhabitants of the town and district. J. REID, Esq., having been called to the chair briefly stated the object of the meeting, and requested that those interested in the welfare of the town and district would proceed to the discussion of the subject with calmness and deliberation. He wished to impress on all present the great importance of the subject, and the great saving that would be made to the district. He had calculated that in every 1000 &nbsp; tons of tallow exported from the district £1000 would be saved. This was only one export, but it would give an idea of the importance of the boon they were seeking for from the government. Mr. W. BROOKS, in proposing the first resolu- tion (...
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Mercury & Hunter River General Advertiser — 4 May 1844
JOB AND BOOK PRINTING, AN extensive addition having been just made to the PLAIN and FANCY JOBBING TYPE at the 1 MAITLAND MERCURY» GENERAI. PRINTING OPTICS, 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. &c. can have them executed in a superior manner, with great despatch, and at reasonable prices. Reduced Prices at the Rose Inn, Maitland» MR. P. J. COHEN having been told by several persons they were not aware that he had made any reduction in his Hotel Charges, begs to take this opportunity of assuring his friends that he has done so for some time past, and in order to convince them he does not hesitate to publish his list of prices, assuring them at the same time that the same attention to their comfort which has always characterised his establishment will be strictly attended to. s. d. s. d. Breakfast.from ...
IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Mercury & Hunter River General Advertiser — 4 May 1844
IMPOUXroiXflTGS. At Anvil Creek, April 20th-One bay colt, long tail, square at the end, branded 4 reversed, JB under, on near shoulder. Also, on 25th, four sow pigs, nearly white, with a few black spots, ear marked, branded D on near side ; one black and white sow pig, larger than the above, branded D on near side, supposed to belong to Mr. Dutton, Patrick's Plains. If not duly released, will be sold. E. FRANKS, Poundkeeper. At the West Maitland pound, /19th April, by order of Mr. Reynolds-A brown or black sided cow, back, belly, and tail white, branded on the near rump apparently ABY, the two first letters conjoined, a blotched brand resembling 24 under, a sore on off rump, has a young red bull calf, tail white, by her side, damages Is. ; a bull, about 12 months old, the fore parts a deep gray, the rest gray and white, if branded not legible, damages 6d. April 23, by Mr. R. Trindle-A brindle and white, or red and white, steer, about 12 months old, branded on the near rump appa- ren...
DISTRICT COUNCIL.—PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Mercury & Hunter River General Advertiser — 4 May 1844
DISTRICT COUNCII.. - PUBLIC MEETING. On Wednesday last a public meeting of the inhabitants of the district was held at the Rose Inn, West Maitland, for the purpose of nominat- ing fit and proper persons to fill up the vacan- cies in the District Council. A. LANG, Esq., was called to the chair, and opened the meeting by reading the advertise- ment by which it had been convened, and said they were all aware that the meeting was neither for the purpose of the election nor nomination, but that they were only met to discuss the merits of the candidates who might be proposed, and he should be happy to hear any gentleman who had a candidate to propose. Mr. J. LEDSAM said he had to present to the meeting a gentleman whose qualifications were in accordance with their own principles. He had known this gentleman for six years and a half, and always found him to be a man of upright, moral, and honest principles. He would advocate the interests of the various religious sections, in the matter of...
PORT PHILLIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Mercury & Hunter River General Advertiser — 4 May 1844
PORT PHUAIP. BHURR STONE.-This stone, so valuable for the construction of millstones, has been found in great abundance in the neighbourhood of Melbourne. In texture and geological relations it is said closely to resemble the costly bhurr stone of France, for the discovery of which, within the island of great Britain, a magnificent reward was once offered by parliament. REPRESENTATION OF PORT PHILLIP.-The nomination of candidates to fill up the two vacancies in the representation of the district in the Legislative Council took place on Tuesday, the 16th April. Sir Thomas Mitchell was pro- posed by Mr. Simpson, J.P., and seconded by Dr. M'Crae, J.P. Mr. Young was proposed by Mr. F. J. L. Foster, and seconded by JM ajor Firebrace, J.P. Captain O'connell was pro- posed by Mr. Raymond, and seconded by Mr. Wills. The show of hands was in favour of Sir Thomas Mitchell and Captain O'connell. A poll was demanded by Mr. Young, which was appointed to be held on the 23rd instant.
SYDNEY NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Mercury & Hunter River General Advertiser — 4 May 1844
STB-KTEV NEWS. COLONIAL BEEF.-A private letter from Lon- don, dated November 25th, 1843, states that on the previous day there was a sale of Port Phillip beef, which fetched 40s. The beef was described as being fine, and if properly cut and cured, would sell in any market ; but it was too heavily salted, cut black and dry, and sufficient saltpetre appeared not to have been used in curing it. THE TURF.-The Homebush races are an- nounced to take place on the 24th, 25th, and 26th of July. STOCK.-On the 1st December, 1843, there were of horned cattle within the boundaries of New South Wales, 324,305 ; ditto without the boundaries, 572,914 ; total in the colony, 897,219. Sheep within the boundaries, 1,781,739; ditto without the boundaries, 3,023,107 ; total in the colony 4,804,846. THE CROPS.-The scarcity of rain is severely felt in the Windsor district ; wheat sowing is completely at a stand for want of it. The little barley which has come up has been cut off by the late harsh winds, co...
HUNTER RIVER DISTRICT NEWS. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENTS.] NEWCASTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Mercury & Hunter River General Advertiser — 4 May 1844
HUNTER RIVER DISTRICT HEWS. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENTS.] . NEWCASTLE. STATE OF THE GAOL.-The following was the state of H. M. gaol on Wednesday last :-For trial, males 24, female 1 ; for other stations, male 1 ; under sentence to the treadmill, male 1 ; under sentence to hard labour, males 6, females 3 ; in the cells, male 1 ; confines, males 3, female 1 ; waiting for assignment, females 3 ; total, males 36, females 8. In hospital, males 3, females 5. SHIPPING.-The barque Aradme is now in the harbour completing her lading, consisting of hides and wool. The brig Harriet arrived on Tuesday to take in coals. SINGLETON. THE CROPS.-Our agricultural aspect remains the same, although from a trifling shower on Sunday and a cloudy atmosphere, we are still in hopes of being^nabled to sow with a chance of growth. Prices for wheat nominal: maize at Is. per bushel ; other articles as before. DISTRICT COUNCIL.-Candidates for municipal honors are starting into life, while some are dying without a wo...
ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION. TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Mercury & Hunter River General Advertiser — 4 May 1844
ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION. Mr. Jeremiah Ledsam, at the yards opposite the Rose Inn, at twelve, horses, cattle, &c. ; also, young cattle. Mr. A. Dodds, at his sale yards, at one, dairy cows and fat bullocks. The Sheriff, on defendant's premises, at noon, household furniture, farming implements, &c. WEDNESDAY. Mr. Jeremiah Ledsam, at his sale rooms, at twelve, miscellaneous property. THURSDAY. Mr. James Solomon, at the Horse Bazaar, at one, horses, cattle, and other property. Mr. A. Dodds, at his sale yards, dairy cows and bullocks. FRIDAY. Mr. James Solomon, on the ground, at one, sixty-four allotments of land in West Maitland.
COMMERCIAL REMARKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Mercury & Hunter River General Advertiser — 4 May 1844
COMMERCIAL REMARKS. Business has been rather dull during the week, and there has been very little produce brought into town, except about a ton of bacon from the Wollombi, which realised 3d. per lb. In the grain market there,is no variation whatever. There is still a tolerable supply of vegetables, but no alteration in prices. Fruit is becoming rather scarce, and but of indifferent quality. Dairy produce has undergone no change; a quantity of butter of good quality has been brought in, which has realised from 5d. to 6d. per lb. wholesale.
IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Mercury & Hunter River General Advertiser — 4 May 1844
IMPOUNDINGS. At East Maitland, by order of Mr. Brown, of Four-mile Creek-A brindle cow, branded on on near ribs MD conjoined, an illegible brand on near rump, on off rump JF conjoined, on off horn IMcD, marked in near ear ; a strawberry cow, branded on near ribs and rump illegibly, on off horn IMcD, on shoulder apparently O, with white heifer calf, branded on near ribs I or JMD, the two last letters conjoined ; a red sided heifer, back, belly, and tail white, branded on near ribs MD conjoined ; a red and white poley cow, branded on near ribs and thigh illegibly, marked in off ear, with calf at foot, branded on near ribs MD conjoined; a strawberry cow, branded on both ribs illegibly, appears to have been branded on the horn, but now effaced ; a red heifer, belly and tail white, if branded not visible ; a bald faced brindled sided steer, belly, end of tail, and legs white, straight horns, branded on near ribs illegibly ; damages 6d each. If not duly released, will be sold. JOHN SHEEHA...
AGENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Mercury & Hunter River General Advertiser — 4 May 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. A. 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.
ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Mercury & Hunter River General Advertiser — 4 May 1844
ENGLISH NEWS. On Monday three vessels arrived from Great Britain: the United Kingdom, which left Liverpool on the 23rd December, and has brought out 360 bounty immigrants; the Elizabeth, from &nbsp; London December 7th, and Cork January 1st, with 220 immigrants; and the Ganges from London, December 23rd, with a general cargo. During the passage out 28 deaths occurred on board the United Kingdom, and 8 on board the Elizabeth. Below we subjoin a few of the most important matters we have been able to glean from our file of papers. On Tuesday,' the 16th December, a little before midnight, an alarm was given that Guild- hall was on fire. The flames were discovered, by one of the watchmen, bursting through the ceiling of the town clerk's office, immediately under the- gallery leading to the ordnance chamber. The fire was extinguished before any considerable damage was done. It originated from the stone .slab beneath a patent stove having become red hot, and set fire to the joists ...
TERMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Mercury & Hunter River General Advertiser — 4 May 1844
TERMS. The " MAITLAND MERCURY " is publislied every Saturday morning. The terms of subscription are :-In Maitland and Morpeth Is. ßd. per quarter, if paid in advance 6s. Gd. ; in Sydney and the country 8«. per quarter, if paid in advance Is. The quarters end on the 31¿¿ March, 30th June, hoth September, and 31 st 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 receiv...
TAHITI. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Mercury & Hunter River General Advertiser — 4 May 1844
TAHITI. By the arrival of the Sultana, schooner, on the 28th April, we have intelligence from Tahiti to the 16th February, and from a " narrative" published in the Herald of Tuesday last, it appears that about the 3rd November last the French frigate La Reine Blanche, bearing the flag of Admiral Dupetit Thouars, together with the frigate Uranie, arrived at Tahiti ; the French corverte Embuscade and the British frigate Dublin having been in the harbour for some time before. On the 7th the French landed about 500 men, and two field pieces; they marched to Queen Pomare's house, hauled down her flag, hoisted the French flag, and gave three cheers. A royal salute was then fired from the French ships of war, and the commandant of the troops proclaimed that the island of Tahiti was taken possession of by him for Louis Phillipe, King of the French. Admiral Dupetit Thouars offered Queen Pomare 10,000 dollars a year to resign the island in favour of the King of the French, which she refused, ...