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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Mercury & Hunter River General Advertiser — 24 June 1843
Private Tutor. GENTLEMAN would be happy to meet _ Avith an Engagement in the above capa- city; terms' moderate. Address, prepaid, to W. G., at the Maitland Mercury Office. June, 1S4ÍÍ. 494 St. Mary's Church, West ¡Haitiana. fcTOTICE is hereby giv en that it is the inten _O tl0n of *lie Lortl Bishop of Australia to Consecrate the above Church on Wednesday next, the 28th instant, at Eleven o'clock in the Forenoon ; and to hold a Confirmation in the Church on Saturday, the 1st July, at Eleven o'clock in the Forenoon. 485 LIST of ADDITIONAL SUBSCRIPTIONS for the Erection of ST. JOHN THE BAPTIST'S CHURCH, West Maitland. Sunday Evening, June 18th, 1843¿ £ s. d. Rev. Mr. Lynch. 0 2 6 Messrs. Thos. Dee . 0 4 0 M.Stack. 0 10 Comerford. 0 2 6 Mulcahey . 0 1 0 Martin. 0 10 Miss Mary Barlow. 0 0 6 Messrs. M. Bryan . 0 2 6 J. Connor . 0 2 6 Mrs. Doyle .,. 0 1 0 Mr.J.Cahill . 0 10 Master J. Cahill. 0 0 6 Mr. J. Blade. 0 2 6 Mrs. Critchley .y. 0 2 0 Collected by John Tyter . 0 2 4 81 Amount of cas...
OUR NEW EXPORT. (From the Sydney Morning Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Mercury & Hunter River General Advertiser — 24 June 1843
OUR NEW EXPORT. (From the Sydney Morning Herald.) Our amusing correspondent Robin Good- fellow, in one of his interesting, but sadly fal- lacious, letters upon agriculture, remarks upon the tendency of the people of this colony to fly off upon every new scheme that presents itself. At one time all the energies of the colony have been devoted to the cultivation of tobacco, at another time to the growth of maize, then to the production of fine wool, lately to salting beef, and now, he might say, to boiling down sheep for their tallow : for although it is little more than a month since we first drew the attention of the public to the subject, go into what society you may, " their talk is of tallow." The discovery, for so it may be called, that fat sheep contain tallow, although but a few weeks old, has had the most beneficial effect upon the interests of the graziers : sheep that were in April and the beginning of May unsaleable, are now worth from five to eight shillings each; and bel...
INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. PROOF OF CLAIMS. (Before the Chief Commissioner, Sydney.) Friday, June 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Mercury & Hunter River General Advertiser — 24 June 1843
INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS. PROOF OF CLAIMS. (Before the Chief Commissioner, Sydney.) Friday, June 16. In the estate of William Dun, an adjourned third meeting ;-A. Lamont, £63 8s ; James and Michael Andrews, £26 10s ; John Portus, £148 6s 6d; Thomas Stubbs, £69 12s 11d; A. Foss, £9 8s 10d ; Kemp and Fairfax, £7 3s ; James Melville, £42 12s. Saturday, June 17. In the estate of William Hughes Hallett, an adjourned single meeting:-John Kenyon and Co., £319 1s. MEETINGS OF CREDITORS. In the estate of James Smith, of Wollombi, a third meeting of the creditors will be held before E. D. Day, Esq., commissioner, Maitland, on Thursday, Juno 29th, to decide upon an offer of composition. In the estate of William Chambers, of Wol- lombi, a third meeting of the creditors will be held before E.D. Day, Esq., commissioner, Mait- land, on Friday, June 30th. In the estate of William Crawford, Dungog, Joseph Kenna has been confirmed trustee, and a third general meeting will be held at the supreme court h...
THE MAITLAND MERCURY. SATURDAY, JUNE 24, 1843. THE NORTHUMBERLAND BOROUGHS ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Mercury & Hunter River General Advertiser — 24 June 1843
THE MAITLAND MERCURY. SATURDAY, JUNE 24, 1843. THE NORTHUMBERLAND BOROUGHS ELECTION. THE contest for the representation of these boroughs in the Legislative Council has now been fairly brought to an end in the election of Major Wentworth, by a majority of thirteen ; and we cannot let it pass over without expressing our warm admiration of the manner in which it has been conducted. The contest has been a long and arduous one ; and we feel it due to the inhabitants of the boroughs to say, that their peaceful conduct throughout the exciting proceedings of the last few days, has not resulted from the absence of strong party feeling, but from the influence of self respect and sound judgment; and we trust that those little private differences which may have occurred amongst them, and which are inseparable from a contested election, will, now that the contest is over, be speedily healed up, and things once more resume their natural course. Too much praise cannot be given to our excellent po...
THE ELECTION. NOMINATION OF THE CANDIDATES FOR DURHAM. (From our correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Mercury & Hunter River General Advertiser — 24 June 1843
THE ELECTION. NOMINATION OF THE CANDIDATES FOR DURHAM. (From our correspondent.) Wednesday last was the day appointed for the nomination of the candidates for the representa- tion of the county of Durham in the Legislative Council of the colony. At twelve o'clock, the candidates, surrounded by their respective friends, took their places on the hustings which had been erected for their accommodation. Major JOHNSTONE, the Returning Officer, opened the proceedings by saying that this was the day appointed for the nomination of the candidates for the county of Durham. He believed they were all acquainted with the political sentiments of each candidate, and he was sorry that they could not elect them all, as they were all men of ability. He felt sure the electors would choose one the best qualified to represent them. He had only to recommend to them peace and good order. He had not sworn in any extra constables, as he was confident that they would not be required. He would now cause the ...
HUNTER RIVER DISTRICT NEWS. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENTS.] NEWCASTLE. THE ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Mercury & Hunter River General Advertiser — 24 June 1843
HUNTER RIVER DISTRICT NEWS. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENTS.] NEWCASTLE. THE ELECTION. On Tuesday last, the day appointed for the return of a member for this district, the town was thronged at an early hour by a numerous assemblage of persons, and long before nine o'clock the environs of the court-house were crowded. The banners of the respective can- didates (many of which were very tasteful) were numerously displayed, and on the whole the town presented a more lively appearance during the whole of the day than has been known on any previous occasion, political or otherwise. The business of the day commenced at nine o'clock precisely, and the polling was kept up with great spirit until ten o'clock, when all the voters excepting two had given in their votes, and the state of the poll (although not declared by the deputy returning officer) was generally reported to be as follows :-Scott 60, Wentworth 10. The court then adjourned, as no more voters appeared to poll, and the people then proce...
SYDNEY NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Mercury & Hunter River General Advertiser — 24 June 1843
SYDNEY NEWS. CITY ELECTION.-On Monday, the day ap- pointed by the Right Worshipful the Mayor for declaring the state of the poll, a large concourse of people assembled during the morning in front of the polling place for Bourke Ward in Macquarie-place. About twelve o'clock Mr. Wentworth and Dr. Bland appeared on the hustings, and were shortly afterwards followed by the Mayor, who announced the state of the poll, and declared Messrs. Wentworth and Bland to be duly elected. Mr. Wentworth then ad- dressed the meeting at some length, thanking the electors for the honor they had conferred upon him in placing him at the head of the poll. He animadverted at great length on the riotous behaviour of the mob on the day of election, and blamed the authorities for the apathy with which they had looked on these outrages. He concluded by expressing his firm conviction that the measures introduced into the council would be of a tendency to renew confidence, restore credit, and increase the prosper...
COMMERCIAL REMARKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Mercury & Hunter River General Advertiser — 24 June 1843
COMMERCIAL REMARKS. We have again to record that business is ex- tremely dull, there having been no sales of any amount effected by any of the storekeepers for several weeks past. The prices of every thing remain almost stationary, though grain of all kinds appears to have a tendency downwards. Bread, meat, and vegetables are without any alteration, as is also flour; though we under- stand the cargo of Valparaiso flour lately im- ported, ex Jeremiah Garnet, was sold in Sydney a day or two ago for £9 a ton. The average price of maize in Maitland may now be quoted at about 2s. a bushel ; some good samples having been sold at 1s 9d, and one or two samples of very fine maize having lately realized 2s 3d. ; the general price seems to be 1s 11d or 2s, inferior samples of course bringing still less. It is expected that an advance will shortly take place in the price of maize, as a considerable quantity has lately been shipped for Hobart Town. Tea is selling at from £5 5s to £5 10s a chest ...
PORT PHILLIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Mercury & Hunter River General Advertiser — 24 June 1843
PORT PHILLIP. Mr. WERE.-On Saturday, June 3rd, this gentleman was committed to gaol for six months for what his Honor was pleased to call contempt of court; he was however released the same day, upon a bond of £1000 to reside within the rules. THE ELECTION.-A new candidate for the borough of Melbourne has started in the person of Mr. Condell, the mayor. Mr. Alderman Russell has therefore been appointed returning officer. It is generally thought that Mr. Condell will be elected. The writs arrived at Melbourne on the 3rd instant. The nomination for the town was to take place on the 15th, and the election on the 17th ; for the district the nomi- nation was to be on the 13th, and the election on the 20th ; the polling places were Melbourne, Geelong, and Portland Bay.-A meeting of the electors resident on the Merri Merri Creek was held at Pentridge on the 2nd inst., when Dr. Lang addressed them at considerable length. Dr. Macarthur, J. P., was in the chair, and Dr. Lang appeared to be ve...
ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION. MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Mercury & Hunter River General Advertiser — 24 June 1843
ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION. The Sheriff, at the Rose Inn, West Maitland, at noon, Mr. Glew's interest in two allotments of land and two cottages in West Maitland. TUESDAY. Mr. Ward, at his sale yards, West Maitland, at twelve, fat cattle, milkers, and sheep. Mr. Wilkinson, on the premises of William Dun, Paterson, at twelve, farming effects (post- poned from Saturday). WEDNESDAY. Mr. A. Dodds, on the premises, West Mait- land, at twelve, remaining stock of Mr. Bourn Russell ; unexpired lease of slaughter house. THURSDAY. Mr. A. Dodds, on the premises of Mr. Robson, East Maitland, at twelve, household furniture and books. FRIDAY. Mr. A. Dodds, at Anambah, near Maitland, horses and cattle.
GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. FRIDAY, JUNE 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Mercury & Hunter River General Advertiser — 24 June 1843
GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. FRIDAY, JUNE 16. The tickets of leave granted to the under- mentioned prisoners of the crown, have been cancelled for the reasons stated against their respective names : Farrar Isaac, John Barry 1, drunk and dis- orderly ; Maitland bench. Jordon Susan, George Hibbert, disorderly con- duct; Maitland bench. Moore William, Lady Harewood 2, marrying and harbouring a prisoner of the crown illegally at large ; Wollombi bench. IMPOUNDINGS. At Muswellbrook, from Bengalla, on the 10th of June-One red bullock, branded JW on off rump, and a brand resembling JC on near rump ; one red bullock, branded D, RBY sideways under, on near thigh, and EM on off rump ; damages 3d. per head. If the above described cattle are not claimed and released, they will be sold on the 10th of July next. [9s. 9d. At Murrurundi, on the 3rd June, from Her- ban Vale-One yellow sided cow, cock horns, branded RT, O over, on near ribs, apparently CO on near shoulder, a brand on the near rump resembling ...
THE ELECTION. ELECTION FOR THE NORTHUMBERLAND BOROUGHS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Mercury & Hunter River General Advertiser — 24 June 1843
THE ELECTION. ELECTION FOR THE NORTHUMBER- &nbsp; LAND BOROUGHS. Tuesday last was the day fixed upon for the election of a member of the Legislative Council for the Northumberland boroughs. At an early hour the inhabitants of East and West Maitland began to be in motion; the day was beautifully fine; many of the &nbsp; shops were closed; and everything wore &nbsp; the appearance of a general holiday. The principal polling place was the court house, East Maitland, where the polling commenced at nine o'clock, and was carried on with considerable spirit for about two hours, after wrhich the polling was very slack during the remainder of the day. In West Maitland the polling place was the large stone building next to Potts and Co.'s stores, generally known as Russell's butcher's shop, which had been fitted up for the occasion, and this was throughout the whole day the principal point of attraction, and here the hottest part of the contest was carried on. A large ...
ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION. THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Mercury & Hunter River General Advertiser — 1 July 1843
ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION. THIS DAY. Mr. A. Dodds, at the Apothecaries' Hall, West Maitland, at twelve, drugs, fixtures, &c. MONDAY. Mr. A. Dodds, at the Union Hotel, at twelve, allotments of land and cottage, East Maitland ; carriage, horses, harness, gig, saddles, &c. ; at his rooms, merchandise, slop clothing, &c. WEDNESDAY. Mr. Crofton, at Turner and Martyr's old mart, West Maitland, at twelve, American furniture.
IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Mercury & Hunter River General Advertiser — 1 July 1843
IMPOUNDINGS. At Dungog - A black and white mare, piebald, switch tail, star in forehead, white strip off side of the neck, branded near thigh TC or EC ; a red and white piebald horse foal, apparently no brand; a grey mare, switch tail, brand near shoulder HN, under the saddle same side 35. If not duly released, will be sold. WILLIAM JEFFREY, Poundkeeper.
AGENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Mercury & Hunter River General Advertiser — 1 July 1843
AGENTS. Black Creek, Mr. Edward Franks, storekeeper Cassilis, Mr. James Piper Dungog, Mr. Thomas Abbott Hinton, Mr. Robert Houshold, postmaster Jerry's Plains, Mr. Magney, Robin Hood Inn 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. Hutchinson, schoolmaster Scone, Mr. Thomas Dangar Singleton, Mr. A. Brown, 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 — 1 July 1843
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. 6d. ; in Sydney and the country 8s. per quarter, if paid in advance Is. The quarters end on the 3\st March, 30th June, 30th 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 (nine lines) and under, 3s. Gd., a7id 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 recei...
MAITLAND PRICE CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Mercury & Hunter River General Advertiser — 1 July 1843
MÄXTiAN» PRICE CURRENT. £ s. d. Ale and Porto; per hogshead .... 6 10 0 Dunhar's, per dozen. 0 15 0 Annatto, per lb.4s to 0 8 0 Beer, Hunter brewery, per hogshead 2 5 0 Bread, per loaf of 4 lbs. 0 0 7 Bricks, per 1000.17s to 1 0 0 Butcher's Meat : Beef, per lb 1 £d to 0 0 2 Mutton, ditto.IJdto 0 0 2 Pork, ditto. 0 0 4 Veal, ditto. 0 0 4 Butter, fresh, per lb. 0 10 Calf Skins, each . 0 2 fi Candles, mould, per lh. 0 0 7 Dip, per lb. 0 0 6 Cheese, per lb. 0 0 9 Coal, per ton. 0 13 0 Coffee, per lb. 0 1 0 Currants, Zante, per lb . 0 1 G Eggs, per dozen. 0 1 0 Firewood, per load . 0 3 0 Flour: (Nicholson'sMills, for cash) First quality, per 100 lbs. 0 15 0 Second, ditto. 0 13 0 Ration, ditto. 0 11 0 Bran, ditto. 0 5 0 (At Portus's Mills, for cash) First quality, per 100 lbs. 0 15 0 Second, ditto. 0 13 0 Ration, ditto . 0 12 0 Bran, ditto. 0 5 6 Fruit : Oranges, per dozen .. Is. to 0 2 0 Lemons, per dozen . 0 0 G Grain: Wheat, per bushel.. 3s 3d to 0 3 9 Maize, ditto.2s Od to 0 2 3 Oats,...
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Maitland Mercury & Hunter River General Advertiser — 1 July 1843
TO SUBSCRIBERS. AS we are anxious to do business, as nearly as possible, upon the cash system, and as we are both unable and unwilling to give very long credit, we are under the necessity of announcing that we shall, at the close of the present quarter, be compelled to discontinue sending the Mercury to any of our subscribers who may be then six months in arrear. And in order to remind such subscribers both of the close of the quarter, and, of our intention to discontinue sendingjthem the paper until they have paid up, ^«System we shall strictly adhere to,) the three last numbers of the Mercury which will be forwarded them will be in green en- velopes. We shall feel obliged to any of our subscribers in the country who may have paid their respective accounts to our agents, and who may receive papers so enveloped, if they would be kind enough to write to us immediately, and inform us to whom they have paid them. We have also to request those of our agents who have not yet foi'warded u...