News in BriefA recent return of the large areas held by private owners in N.S.W., shows that the Hon Henry Moses, M.L.C. has 41,649 acres of leasehold land in his possession.
Windsor and Richmond Gazette Saturday 20 February 1892 p3
AUSTRALIAN GASLIGHT COMPANY.
ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING.NOTICE is hereby given that the Annual General MEETING of this Company will be held at the Company's Office, Kent-street, Sydney, on MONDAY, 25th July instant, at a quarter past 2 o'clock in the afternoon, to receive the Report of the Directors for the past half-year, to elect Directors, to appoint Auditors, and to transact suoh other business as may be brought forward in conformity with rule.
Candidates for the Directions are to give not less than seven days notice in writing to the Secretary.
The retiring Directors, viz , Goorge Judah Cohen, Peter Reid, William Barnard Walford, Samuel Dickinson, John Rae, Hon Jas Norton, William Cornelius Goddard, Charles Henry Myles, Joseph Henry Storey, Hon. Henry Moses, William Munnings Montagu Arnold, and James Scroggie, Esqs., have given the requisite notice that they are Candi- detes for re-election, for which they are eligible under the Act.
By order of the Board
Secretary. Company's Office,Sydney. 4th July,1892
Sydney Morning Herald Wednesday 13 July 1892 page 2
The " Daily Telegraph" London correspondent :.-" Among the recent arrivals in London is Mr. Henry Moses, M.L.C. (once M.P. for the Hawkesbury, and brother to Mr. W. Moses, of Windsor), who came as far as Perim by the China, and thence journeyed to Brindisi in the Carthage and spent an enjoyable week or two on the Continent before crossing the Channel. Mr. Moses, I understand, intends to remain in the old country till the fall of the year."
Windsor and Richnond Gazette Saturday 18 June 1898 page 3
Our Sydney correspondent reports that Mrs. Annie Moses, the wife of Mr. H. Moses, M.L.C., of Macleay-street. Potts Point, who died on January 15, left an estate valued for probate purposes at £71, 472. The bulk of the estate was left for the benefit of the testator's sons, Messrs. William Moses, Herbert Charles Moses, and Frank Sydney Moses.
The Advertiser (Adelaide) Saturday 7 April 1923 page 15