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COMMERCIAL REMARKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Mercury & Hunter River General Advertiser — 7 September 1844
COMMERCIAL REMARKS. The business of the town for the last fortnight has been dull, partly owing to the weather perhaps, but more to this time of the year being always duller than the rest. As boiling down has a good deal fallen off lately, from the tendency to a rise in both sheep and cattle, and as it Avili be some time before the wool season commences, it is probable this dullness will continue for about six weeks. Sugar and tea are both rising, and sugar is reported to be likely to rise much higher. We hear of no transactions in either tallow, hides, pelts, or tobacco. Very little wheat or maize has been brought in ; one parcel of middling wheat Avas sold at 2s, but the greater part went on to Sydney, prices there being a shade higher than here, after deducting expenses. The supply of vegetables is but moderate, and of middling quality. Fruit is confined to three kinds, oranges, lemons, and Ioquats.
AGENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Mercury & Hunter River General Advertiser — 7 September 1844
AGENTS. Black Creek, Mr. Edward Franks, storekeeper Cassilis, Mr. James Piper Clarence Town, Mr. J. C. Williams, storekeeper Coolah, M. S. Stephenson, poundkeeper 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. P. Hegarty, storekeeper 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.
SYDNEY NEWS. WHOLESALE PRICES OF COLONIAL FARM AND DAIRY PRODUCE IN THE SYDNEY MARKETS DURING THE PRESENT WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Mercury & Hunter River General Advertiser — 7 September 1844
SYDXTB-a- KEWS. Wholesale Prices of Colonial Farm and Dairy Produce in the Sydney Markets during the present week. Wheat.-There have been several shipments arrive during the Aveek, causing a slight decline in price ; good samples continue saleable. Flour continues without alteration. Maize.-Large quantities have arrived, and the market continues well stocked ; prices remain the same ; Is per bushel of 60 lbs. is the utmost that can be realised for it. Barley.-English and Cape are very dull of sale. Hay.-The price of hay still continues the same, and the market is well supplied. Bacon and Hams are saleable, if not too fat and large, but the description lately sent is unsaleable. Eggs.-This market continues abundantly supplied, and only realising 4d per dozen for them mixed. Butter continues very scarce, and prices consequently keep up. Cheese is brisker in sale, but prices remain the same. Pigs are still in good demand, if suited to the market. Potatoes.-This market is very dull, exc...
LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER. 4, 1844. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Mercury & Hunter River General Advertiser — 7 September 1844
legislative coußrcijc. Wednesday, September. 4, 1844. Four messages were brought down to the house from the Governor. 1. Proposing amend- ments in the Medical Witnesses Bill. 2. Pro- posing amendments in the Hawkers and Pedlars Bill. 3. Relative to the proposed compensation to sufferers by the defalcation of the late Registrar Manning. 4. Relative to the address of the Council to his Excellency announcing that they could not grant any sum in addition to the sum provided for the Administration of Justice department. The resignations of Sir T. L. Mitchell and Mr. Lowe were officially announced by the Speaker. The Maitland petition respecting Wallis's Creek Bridge was ordered to be printed, on the motion of Major Wentworth. Mr. Cowper postponed his resolutions on the Crown Land Grievance Committee Report until Friday, the 113th September. Mr. Foster moved for leave to bring in a Bill to regulate Interest. Mr. Cowper seconded the motion. After some opposition from Mr. Walker and Mr. Rob...
HUNTER RIVER DISTRICT NEWS. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENTS.] WOLLOMBI. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Mercury & Hunter River General Advertiser — 7 September 1844
HUNTER RIVER DISTRICT NEWS. [from our correspondents.] WOLLOMBI. Our Ways.-The good folks of this place, with a spirit worthy of imitation, seem vigorously bent on the repairing of our main thoroughfare. All the necessary means and appliances have been nearly provided, and a contract entered into for providing sixteen men with rations, which are to be issued to the men on a most liberal scale. An overseer has also been appointed with a moderate salary, and who has been dispatched to convey a party of prisoners from Sydney who have been graciously lent by his Excellency to work on the roads and bridges of the district. August 30, NEWCASTLE. Shipping News.-Arrived, on Sunday, the 1st instant, the cutter Ranger, to refit, having been six weeks out bound from the Bay of Islands to Sydney. Sailed, on the 3rd instant, the schooner Piscator, for Sydney, with coals. Lecture.-Just as I am closing this Dr. Bowker has commenced his Introductory Lecture on Chemistry at the Mechanics' In- stitut...
MAITLAND PRICE CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Mercury & Hunter River General Advertiser — 7 September 1844
IVI.aiTI.Arc3> PRICE CURRENT. £ s. d. Ales, London, per hogshead. 5 10 0 Elliott's Stout, ditto. 5 0 0 Bottled, per dozen .8s lo Oil 0 Ale, Hunter Brewery, per hogshead 4 0 0 Annatfo, per lb.6s to 0 8 0 Arrowroot, per lb.9d to 0 1 O' Beer, Hunter Brewery, per hogshead 2 0 0 Bees Wax, per lb.~.-. 0 4 0 Bluestone, per lb.Is Gd to 0 2 0 Bottled Fruits, per bottle. 0 2 0 Per dozen . 0 l8 O' Bread, per loaf of 41bs . 0 0 0 Briclis, per 1000.10s to 0 13 O' Butcher''s Meat : Beef, per lb .... 0 0 I Mutton, ditto. 0 0 1 Pork, ditto. 0 0 3 Veal, ditto. 0 0 3 Butter, fresh, per lb.lOd to 0 1 2 Calf Skins, each.Is to 0 2 G Candles, mould, per lb-.4d to 0 0 5 Cheese, per lb.3d to 0 0 8" Coal, per ton .13s to 0 15 O Coffee, per lb .Gd to 0 0 10 Currants, Zante, per lb.9d to 0 0 10 Ctirrie Powder, per bottle.. Is 3d to 0 3 6 Bates, per lb.3d to 0 0 4 Eggs, per dozen .3d to 0 0 5 Eirewood, per load.Is 6d to 0 3 (h Flour : (Portus's Mills, for cash on delivery) First quality, per 100 lbs. 0 11 0...
THE MAITLAND MERCURY. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1844. REPORT OF THE CROWN LANDS GRIEVANCES COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Mercury & Hunter River General Advertiser — 7 September 1844
THE MAITLAND MERCURY. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1844. REPORT OF THE CROWN LANDS GRIEVANCES COMMITTEE. The report from the Select Committee on Crown Land Grievances was brought np on Wednesday, the 21st August, and is to be taken into consideration on Friday next. The report is divided into sections, embracing-1. Minimum Price of Crown Land. 2. The Depas- turing Regulations. 3. Commissioners of Crown Lands within the Boundaries. 4. Commissioners of Crown Lands beyond the Boundaries. 5. Crown Lands Occupation Act. 6. Border Police. 7. Native Police. 8. The Influence exercised by the present Depasturing System upon the general improvement of the colony, and the social and moral condition of the inhabitants. 9. Quit Rents and Arrears of Quit Rents. 10. Mineral Reservations in Grants. 11. Tlie Compact. 12. Recommendations of lhe Committee. The report, considering that the great majority of the committee were sitting in judgment upon their own cases in many branches of the inquiry, is ns fai...
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Mercury & Hunter River General Advertiser — 7 September 1844
TO STAND THIS SEASON, at Vinegar Cottage, late Jones's Public House, Pa- terson River, YOUNG BRITON, got by the celebrated Clydesdale horse Briton, imported by the late Peter M'Intyre, Esq., and out of a superior Clydesdale mare. Young Briton is a dark bay, stands sixteen and a half hands high, of great bone and muscle, and is just the kind of horse required for producing firstrate workers. Terms £1 Is.; groomage, 2s. 6d. Superior and well watered paddocks provided for mares, and every attention will be paid, but the owner of the horse Avili not be responsible for accidents. Mares will be taken in to graze, at £2 10s. yearly, including the services of the horse. Cattle will also be taken in on keep. Application to be made to Mr. Hugh M'Mester, on the farm, or to the undersigned. DAVID WATT. East Maitland, Sept., 1844. G53 TO BE LET, the well-known complete FAMILY RESIDENCE, known as " Hopewell Cottage," on the Bowthorne Estate. The cottage contains seven rooms, kitchen, stable, &...
CALENDAR OF PRISONERS FOR TRIAL AT THE MAITLAND CIRCUIT COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Mercury & Hunter River General Advertiser — 7 September 1844
CALENDAR OF PRISONERS FOR TRIAL AT THE MAITLAND CIRCUIT COURT. The Maitland Circuit Court will open on Wednesday next, the 11th instant, before Mr. Justice a'Beckett. The following is the calendar of prisoners for trial, complete up to the 4th instant : George Ross, for horse stealing, two charges. William Foster, for stealing a heifer. John Brown, alias Ambrose Provost, for an assult with intent to murder. John Kelly, for firing three several times upon Peter Evans and James Morris, with intent to kill. Edward Meally, for stealing a horse. John Hicklin and John Lann, for stealing and killing a bullock. William Hanlon, for stealing a heifer. William Ross, for stealing a heifer. Edward Dyke, for horse stealing. James Lindsay and William M'Laren, for horse stealing. Henry White, for uttering forged orders. Patrick Ryan, for cattle stealing. Thomas A'Hern, for felony. William Baker, for horse stealing. John Wilson, for robbing a hut. Robert Jones, for-embezzling sheep. Billy, alias Tom...
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Mercury & Hunter River General Advertiser — 7 September 1844
Steamer to Hunter River. THE Hunter River Steam Company having under- taken for the present the Wol- longong trade, at prices that must give great satisfaction to that district, the public on the Hunter are respectfully informed that the SOPHIA JANE, Steamer, will run to Morpeth twice a week, leaving the Commercial Wharf every Tuesday, as well as Friday evening, at 8 r.M., and Morpeth every Monday and Thursday morning, at 8 a.m., till further notice The Hunter River public, if true to their own interest, will support this vessel, as it is the intention of the Proprietors to continue her in this trade, at very reduced rates, if she meets with ordinary encouragement. 622 TO BE RAFFLED FOR, on Wednesday, September 11th, 1844, at Mr. Reeves's, Albion Hotel, West Maitland, that splendid well bred horse " ROBIN HOOD," the winner of the Maiden Plate at the last Maitland Races ; bred by Mr. Thomas Haydon, out of a Satellite mare, by Mr. Scott's imported horse Trumpet ; age, five years ; war...
SYDNEY NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Mercury & Hunter River General Advertiser — 7 September 1844
SYDNEY NEWS. Debating Class.-A debating class has been formed in connexion with the Sydney Me- chanics School of Arts, and meets every Wed- nesday evening. Rumoured Legislative Changes.-It is currently reported that Mr. Young intends to resign his seat for Port Phillip, and that Mr. Lowe will offer himself in his place.-Austra- lian. Roofing Tiles.-A Mr. Woodhouse, of the North Shore, has recently commenced manu- facturing roofing tiles, and the Australian speaks in terms of praise of their appearance on roofs, as well as of their safety, economy, and durability, as compared to shingles or slate. Amateur Actors.-The directors of the Victoria Theatre have publicly invited the assistance of amateurs on their boards for the ensuing season, as Areli as of a strong profes- sional corps. Immigrants by the Templar.-The immi- grants by this ship, particularly the single females, have been engaged more rapidly than those by any of the late ships. They are de- scribed as being of a very eligi...
LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1844. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Mercury & Hunter River General Advertiser — 14 September 1844
X.ECISX.ATXVE COtJTÍCIXi. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1844. After the house bad voted £2892 for the expenses of the Male Orphan School, as reported in our last, the following sums were voted: For the Female Orphan School, £1970. For the Roman Catholic Orphan School at Parramatta, £1500. For the Colonial Architect's department, £1407 17s. 9d. Towards the Circular Quay, Sydney Cove, £2000. Towards the breakwater at Newcastle, £1000. Towards the road over the Blue Mountains, £1000. Towards New Government House, Sydney, £500. For removing the clock at Carter's Barracks, £42. Towards the New gaol, Maitland, £2000. For additions to the New gaol, Berrima, £200. For casual repairs to public buildings, £3000. For salaries and expenses on public works at Port Phillilp, £411 2s. Gd. Towards a wharf at Portland, £1000. Towards a jetty at Corio, £250. Towards erecthig a General Hospital at Mel- bourne, £500. Towards a Custom House at Geelong, £200. Towards offices for the Superintendent and Sub Treas...
ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editors of the Maitland Mercury. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Mercury & Hunter River General Advertiser — 14 September 1844
ORXGXNAXt CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editors of tho Maitland Mercury. GENTLEMEN.-Having some weeks since noticed in your journal an animated discussion upon the growth of vegetable productions, at present foreign to our soil, it is with pleasure I embrace an opportunity of informing you, that one at least of those enumerated appears to succeed very well; I allude to mustard. Last year an agriculturist in the neigbourhood of Maitland cultivated about a quarter of an acre only with this plant, and on thrashing it sent it to a miller, (to whose credit, gentlemen, it may be stated that he has succeeded in producing a very excellent sample of pearl and Scotch barley from Australian grain, and is only waiting for oats to supply us with oatmeal-at this very moment, because colds have been prevalent, the latter article is scarcely to be had in Sydney for love or money) in the neighbour- hood, and had it ground and converted into " Durham Mustard" (it was grown in the county of Durham); and as s...
MAITLAND BENEVOLENT ASYLUM. PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Mercury & Hunter River General Advertiser — 14 September 1844
MAITX.AITX) BENEVOLENT ASTIOn«. PUBLIC MEETING. On Tuesday evening last a public meeting was held at the Northumberland Hotel of the subscribers to the above institution and others, to take into consideration the reply of his Excellency to the application of the sub- committee (published in the Mercury of August 3rd) to receive aid from the public funds, in common with the hospitals of Bathurst, Goul- burn, and Windsor, aid to which was proposed to be placed on the Estimates for 1845. Andrew Lang, Esq.," was moved into the chair. The CHAIRMAN said the object of the meeting was to consider the reply of his Excellency to their application for aid. The Chairman then proceeded to Tead the reply, which was to the effect that his Excellency was willing to extend aid to the asylum, on being assured that the committee were prepared to relieve the sick and indigent in the two towns of Maitland, and within a circuit of twenty miles round, and on information being afforded him as to different ...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Mercury & Hunter River General Advertiser — 14 September 1844
Married. On the 11th instant, at West Maitland Church, by the Rev. William Stack, John M. Saunders, Esq., Manager of the Bank of Australasia, East Maitland, to Frances Taylor, youngest daughter of Robert Nunn, Esq., late of Lambeth. Death. At Newcastle, on Saturday, the 7th instant, Albert David, the infant son of Mr. Jesse Hannell, chief constable.
HUNTER RIVER DISTRICT NEWS. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENTS.] SINGLETON. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Mercury & Hunter River General Advertiser — 14 September 1844
HUNTER RIVER DISTRICT NEWS. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENTS.] SINGLETON. TEETOTAL PARTY.-On Wednesday last the members of the Patrick's Plains Teetotal Society marched in procession, with colours flying, to the Ford, to meet their president, the Rev. Mr. Lynch, on his return from Muswellbrook. In the evening they again assembled at " The Ark of Peace," where, between six and seven o'clock, about one hundred persons sat down at the tables, which were amply and well covered with eatables by Mr. Marshall, the confectioner. After tea, some excellent speeches were made by the President, Dr. Stolworthy, John Brown, Esq., Messrs. Bailey, Macmakin, Kingsbury, and others; and some good songs enlivened the intervals. The assembly did not separate till three o'clock in the morning. We shall be glad to see a more numerous attendance at the next soiree, and with this view think the committee would be acting judiciously in reducing the price of admission. On the night of Wednesday, the 4th instant, a dr...
IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Mercury & Hunter River General Advertiser — 14 September 1844
IMPOUNDINGS. At West Maitland, September 11th, by Mr. William Adams-A brindle and white spotted young bullock, branded on off ribs JO, on near ribs with a W, and a cross under ; a red bullock, tips off horns, the same brands; a dark red bullock, the same brands, damages laid on by impounder, Gd. each. If not released, they will be sold. JOHN LEDSAM, Poundkeeper.
SYDNEY NEWS. WHOLESALE PRICES OF COLONIAL FARM AND DAIRY PRODUCE IN THE SYDNEY MARKETS DURING THE PRESENT WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Mercury & Hunter River General Advertiser — 14 September 1844
SYDNEY NEWS. WHOLESALE PRICES OF COLONIAL FARM AND DAIRY- PRODUCE IN THE SYDNEY MARKETS DURING THE PRESENT WEEK. WHEAT.-This market is without any altera- tion during the week ; good samples still continue saleable. FLOun.-The prices of flour continue the same, without any present prospect of alteration. MAIZE continues to arrive in large quantities, and the market is abundantly supplied, although the best samples are only realising Is per bushel of GOlbs. ENGLISH BARLEY.-There have been a few enquiries for English barley during this week ; good samples would find purchasers, though not to any extent, or deviation in price. CAPE BARLEY.-The sale of Cape bariey is extremely limited, though purchasers can be found for good samples in small quantities. HAY.-Oaten is somewhat lower in price than last week, and the market continues rather overstocked with a coarse kind ; great complaints have recently been made against that received from the Hunter. Lucerne, of a nice green colour, and g...
ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION. MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Mercury & Hunter River General Advertiser — 14 September 1844
ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION. Mr. Jeremiah Lcdsam, at Mr. Scott's, West Maitland, at noon, household furniture (previ- ously advertised to take place this day,) Mr. Edward Salamon, at Mr. T. Woolley's, Sydney, at eleven, fancy stock in trade. TUESDAY. Mr. Jeremiah Ledsam, at the yards rear of the Albion Inn, at twelve, horses, cattle, &c. At the Mountaubin Estate, Wollombi, at eleven, household furniture, farming implements, &c. "WEDNESDAY. Mr. Edward Salamon, at Mr. T. Woolley's, Sydney, at eleven, fancy stock in trade. THURSDAY. Mr. James Solomon, at the sale yards, East Maitland, at twelve, a mixed herd of cattle.
ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Mercury & Hunter River General Advertiser — 14 September 1844
EWGI.ISH NEWS. By the arrival of the St. George, from Ports- mouth 2Gth May, English news to that date has been received. The Irish State Trials were still the grand topic of interest. The judgment of the court was to be given on the 25th May, and it was understood it would be unfavorable to a new trial, except as to the Rev. Mr. Tierney, and that motions in arrest of judgment would immediately be made. Several motions for returns connected with the trials had been made in the House of Commons, and great complaints were making by the movers of the delay in furnishing them. Capitalists, it was said, were feeling more confident as to the state of Ireland, and were ready to invest large sums in specu- lations in that country. The Bill for the abolition of the duty on Foreign Wool had passed through committee, after considerable opposition. Mr. G. W. Hope had obtained leave to bring in a Bill to explain the Act for the Government of New South Wales and Van Diemen's Land. The Bank Charte...