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SYDNEY SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 11 July 1844

SYDNEY SHIPPING NEWS. AHEIVKD. Joi.T 8 -The brig DOHSET, 82 tons, Walsh, master, from Adelaide the 6th, and Port Phillip the 27th ultimo, with sundries. Passengers, Mr. Et. W. Gilles, Mr. V. h. Pohle, Mrs , Miss, and Master Debus, Mr. Hart, Mr. S. Jones, and Mr. R. Smith. JOLT 9.-The brig CHRISTINA, 126 tons, Pearce, master from Port. Phillip, the 1st Instant, with sundries. Passengers, Mrs. Leado, Mr- and Mrs. Matthews, Mr. Hassall, IV!rs. Cooper and child, Mr. John Pilbrow, and H. Raphael. SAILED. JULY*9-The schooner WATEBLILY, Uay'e, master, for Hobart Town, with sundries. Passen gers, Mr. James Gibbons, two Misses ano two Masters Prout, Mrs. B-own and child, Mr. and Mrs. Bailey, Mrs. Jacobs, Mt. J. B. Salomon, and Mr. J. Jones.

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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HAWKESBURY COURIER. THURSDAY, JULY 11, 1844. TERMS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 11 July 1844

^Uchmoid, and forwarded o ail parti cf the ana-**tibícrtb rt not resident tn tufter of the above puns must ( <ifi |ç advance. The quarter* end an . i$e>iastifmufuiaiimi she months ot March. June eiiteybtK lind, Üe-.t'nbe , 0« which (/ays tt y. pr ' " |*eiwM«*» tfc»-;jN^«*»g'ü»»daj| van rerignuííms be receive . loldch muft be aceomMM d by pay meat <fàtimi»>iïés dúf ( fit» e''ifges ifii" ^pvÏRnslàjjfNTS are : For the fvrsi inch Ss.'.; and foYeverù inch of pace after ' t th >ate of ii'fir eáfíhsauríim ; a d the num ' ber of times I» be wlishtd mitst h .w itten on the ficé ff the minus ri})l, ar the ado vtiemiitsviitt bt c0nti>nwdtiUc unter munded. kon-suHc ihe>$ munt ay i'm anwtwt irevious t» t'-e insertion af their « ve tisen.enis ivhchmust be si nt bf ev« , twhe 'a cto kum on Wednesday, and o> den to v itlid-HiU) not later tha Í Monday evening, or ikey cantpitM attended io JEgf* A «) iwfi/tl communications can be attended to, an i all ) óst&...

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POLICE OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 11 July 1844

POLICE OFFICE. SATURDAY, JULY 6 -William Cox, Esq., J. P., and Robert Fitzgerald, Esq., J. P., took their seats on the Benchat 11a.m., and disposed of several eases. William Carver, of Upper Richmond, was brought up on warrant, issued hythe Par ramatta Bench, for tampering with and threatening a witness named Levi Brett, whose evidence excited so much surprise io a case of cattle-stealing, which was tried at the late Quarter Sessions in Parramatta. The man Brett, it appears bad been "drugged1* in Parramatta, to prevent bim giving evidence, and has evinced an aber ration of Intellect up to the present time. Since his return to the Kurrajoog,or Upper Richmond, be bas so cut and mutilated the throat of a woman with whom he cohabited, that her ¡Ufe is no« despaired of. He gave such indlherent answers to the questions put him hjr"'the Benchythat the Magistrates requestedl.fljjr. Bel), who had just come into court, to examine the man, and determine if he was in a lit state to give evidenc...

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TO OUR READERS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 11 July 1844

TO OUR HEADERS. THE present number of the COURIER must uot be taken as a.fair sample of our labors, inasmuch as from the shortness of the time which has elapsed since we determined to accede to the wishes of our numerous frieuds, to produce a newspaper in Windsor, ade quate to its wants, we have not been able to make ail the necessary arrangements' for the supply of local and other intelligence, of which it will be our endeavour to collect a« large a portion as the extent of the dis trict will afford. In order that we may present to our readers as much variety as possible, we particularly request the literary geutleman of the district to lend us their aid; hut before doing so we beg them to study that portion of our introductory leader, in which we eschew personalities.

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THE ROADS—THE BRIDGES. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 11 July 1844

THE ROADS-THE BRIDGES. We ought to go a-head; but how can this be accomplished, unless we have good loud» of communication with other distticts, "A Bushranger," it appears, having heard thal the "COURIER** was about to be started, lost no tim« in drawing the attention of its Kditor to the state of the roads-which, by the by, Was a work of supererogation, as they nearly caused us to 'stop the press' (at least for auothet week) ; this, it will be admitted, would have been quite sufficient to cause us todipour pen in gall, and "run Ihem down." if we could not tun over them, But to be serious-and it is enough to muk? one so. when we brid "A Bushranger" firing through our columns at our very outset the road from Windsor to Parramatta has long been in a disgracefully dangerous state, and has presented a serious obstacle to the exertions and industry of the Farmer When the District Councils were estab lished, the inhabitants were led to expect that their first stepwould have been, to have ...

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THE GREENWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 11 July 1844

THE CiKEKNWOOD. Tbe greenwood ! (be greenwood ! what bosom but al'ow 0, The gladness of the charm that dwells in lh\ pleasaut wbís erini? boughs ¿ How often in this weary woiid, I pine and long to flee, And lay me down, as t was wont, under the greenwood tree The greenwood 1 the greenwood I to the bold and happv boy. Thy realm of shades is a fair/ land of wonder and of joy. Ob I for, that flushness of the heart, (hat pure and vivid tbrni, At be lis'ens to the woodland cries, and wanders at hit will. winged willi flame Plana io tb v bower his pa'h to power, to^puence - or io fame, I be old man loves thee, when bis soul dreams o' " the w'f*ld no naur*, ' ~ *. But (IIB benn is full of it« gathered wei'tb, and - he counts it o'er ¿nd o'ér^ Wheo his race is run, his prise is won, or los unnl tba b»u»<l Ot the world unknown is overthrown, and bis master-hope is crown'd. The greenwood-the greenwood I ob, be it mine to lie In the depth of thy mossy solitude when summer filis the ...

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Original Correspondence. To the Editor of the Hawkesbury Courier [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 11 July 1844

Original Correspondence. To the Editor of the Hawkesbury Courier Stu,- It bas been amaiterof serious coraphiiut' that the Quten'a highway, between our flourish ing dist'ict, and Parramatta, is in a most dan gerous cot dinon ; and those parts, tot merl \ tolerably passable, hare been tendered next to K * slough of despond," by the overlaying the sur tace with a few cart loads of soft ea-lb, tb ut making bad, worte ; in f ct,l can compare them, .luring wet weaiLer, io nothing better thim travelling' over A succssion of soap-boilers' vats. What wi L the Disliict Council's Want of means and appliances, and the non iritetfeience of Go vernment, it is to lie feared tba dangers, wine! beset the traveller, on this much frequented lim 'if toad, will increase until it becomes next to » iniia jlii to ttbvtil over without a ^broken head or iitnb. Ttustiti£ that when your little barque lt airly launched, yon will endeavour to impress upon the proper authorities the necessity of soru> speedy r...

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To the Editor of the Hawkesbury Courier. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 11 July 1844

To the Editor of the Hawkesbury Courier. ism,-At the late meeting of the iJismct Cou.,eil, I was happy to obstive that .bc. Couti c-illors li.id shewn .their intentions to re» aid in dustry. '1 heir Wiek to pay fur such sei vices ab had actually b<eu reurered, leaves a hope thai ¡Le pseudo ciiceis viii not retire without some compensation. 1 trust that whatever arrangements for futu e services shall he made, lin- fust stt-p th;it will be taken Will he tho tepatation of our roads. This is literally of vital impon, as life is now constant!* lisked by travelling over the rugged ways leading to out town. 1 would call to the recclltctitu. of our Council the accidents which have laleh tollowed each other in suth rapid succession. The leaders of our principal couch dashed over the bridge at M'(j at h's Mill At the late races death was the result of thu disgraceful ncgltci-ihe life of a respected lowmman was a:so pul in peril from the sati.e shunitfui cause. 1 sincerely liopt tha...

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Windsor District Council. THURSDAY, JULY 4. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 11 July 1844

Windsor District Council. ? I THURSDAY, JULY 4. i The District Council met in their Chimbéis, Macquarie street, pursuant to notice in the GO VERNMENT GAZETTE of a Special General Meeting, for the following purposes, viz. :- , 1st-To consider the Appointments of the dif ferent Officers of the Council, and their álaries, the amount of work performed by eadi, and how now employed. 2nd-To consider the propriety of suspending the operations of the present Assessors. 3rd-To consider the propriety of dividing the District into Sections, and appointing Astessors to each Section, with instructions to a8se«s the same by a more simple, expeditious, and econo mical mode. j Those present were the Warden, W. Cox, Esq., Councillors Fitzgerald, Thompson, Tuckerman, M'Quade, Hale, and Croás, t Councillor Hale entered into a lengthened exposition of «brae of the Acts of the late Council, and contended, that at the Meeting of the Council in November last, when the different appoint ments of officers w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 11 July 1844

THE PARR MATTA STEAM HKS leave the Commercial Wharf at 9, x M., 1 and 4 p. M., and Parramatta at Sand ll A. M.,and4 p. M. By these packets and by coaches from Par ramatta, passengers and parcels are forwarded to Liverpool, Campbelltown, Windsor, Penrith, and Bathurst. A large store to let. , . J. PATERSON, Manager. Commercial Wharf, May ll. Homebush Races. STEWARDS : MR. W. RUSSELL, MAJOR NUNN, and MR. COOPER TURNER. JUDGE.-MR. NELSON LAWSON. CLERK OF THE COURSE.-MR. A. WAT. FIRST DAY. TUESDAY, JOLT 23BD, 1844. FIRST RACE. THE METROPOLITAN STAKES of Five Sovereigns each, with Fifty Sovereigns added, for all horses, weight for age. Three miles. Entrance, three sovereigns. Three entrances, or no race. SECOND BACE. The ST. LEGER STAKES of Ten Sovereigns each ; Five Sovereigns forfeit, if declared to the Hon. Secretary (at the Royal Hotel, on the 1st Juiy, betwaen the hours of one and two, p. M.) j willi Fifty Sovereigns added. For thre«t year olds. One mile and a-half. Colts, 8 st. 7 l...

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PARRAMATTA QUARTER SESSIONS. FRIDAY, JULY 5. THE APPIN POUNDKEEPER. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 11 July 1844

PARRAMATTA QUARTER SESSIONS. FRIDAY, JULY 5. THE APPIN POUNDKEEPER. Thomas Smith, whose trial appears in the AUSTRALIAN of Monday last, and was remanded for sentence until to day, was brought up and adjudged to pay a fine of £100 to the Queen, the said sum to be handed over to the Parramatta Be nevolent Asylum, and to be imprisoned in the Parramatta Gaol for the period of three months, and in default of payment, ; to be further imprisoned for the period of j six calendar months. John Smith, indicted for having a stolen horse in his possession. In this case the prisoner, by whom the nighest character appeared always to have been borne, proved the'purchase of the'horse at a fair price, and in an open mode of deal ing. The prisoner was acquitted.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 11 July 1844

TALLOW ANO Hlüli JJitOKhK. ROBERT KING begs to announce to tbe mercantile community of Sydney, ha lie Ins commenced tiie Ousuiess of T-illo and Hide Urober, and from hts long experience II that line, he h >pes to merit the approbation ul li se who may kindly entrust .nm wi tb tht-i f.ivou-s. li K begs io intimate io intet din? purchasers 'il t.,1 ow. &c, for tbe London m«:ket, ibat br A ili lie most happy to inspect and report upon any lots I hat ma v be offered fur sale Office on first flojr Mr. Dobbs', Liiiendraper wo doors North of Mr. Isaac simmons' Georgi», s rep«, Sydney. ? O TH K M ERO 11.A NTS, LAN DH OLDER-, UltAZ Eltá, AND I Ahl CA NTS Of T.tfc HAWKESBURY DISTRICT GE NrRAU.VT MR. JAMES CULLEN, in returning his sincere thanks to the Respectable [ haiii'atits o< tins exieii-ive te ii e. «wil |Opul u district tor (lie libeial patrouage bi h erin rtceived bv him, whilst in business union pt t tliem, for » II um IHM- of years ; und for the warm expressions...

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To the Editor of the Hawkesbury Courier. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 11 July 1844

To the Editor of the Hawkesbury Courier, ïirt, - i ht leiiiuiul ut the (J'avi and Quartet "ifiïRns (icm Windsor lo Purmumliu, been li uiüy coii.pUined ol b\ all (Lube t-ii^.-ged in bu -iiitii ur uaile in V iotisor, at. ihev ieel .tint theil receipts, consequent theitou liave deer. ateJ ful| (utty pei UM, dum,g (Le hist sis or seve¡ months: Tbeie aie oil er tvds unending ti e re wov.ii of (he CJuur;er >e s:ons ti om lb>s D st iu' une of ninth 1 will just i.esciil.e nd have tb. further cotisi(¡er¡tii\ n of the suhjt ct to a lu.ure o,¡ jioitunily, A feninie sei vin,tin the employ lUt-nt nf Mr. W" G. liurgis, ot V lt dioi, who WfS in the habit of " stealing" the pit perl y of her fellow servj.nt, wns med at the late Quarter Straiting ai Parramatta, (ami ant withstanding that I\ir. Grin ¡.ell, tie uncle ot Mc. Bu gis, together with the teníale who v. Hb the sufleitr I y the hght-fcngcrtO prüClic^s of the piisoner, proved the rinding of revel ul of the ameles stolen in her postetsio...

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Parramatta. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 11 July 1844

Parramatta. ! ' - POLICE-OFFICE, SATURDAY, JULY 6. Prosent, Gilbert Eliott, Esq., P.M., Dr. Anderson, j.P , Dr. Forster, J.P., \V. Law son, Esq., M.C., G. B. Suttor, Esq, J.P. Mary Jane Douglass appeared on war rant, to answer the complaint of one Mary Ann Jones, for having broken the peace by smashing the windows of her residence into pieces-'A panefvJ. occurrence, and, more over, promising forthwith to send the said Mrs. Jone* to her relative Davy Jones' locker. Douglass, when called upon for her de fence, informed the Court, that she Had the best : right Ito Mrs. J.s better half, inasmuch as she hau been his cherè amie for a, long period; tliey had lived and loved together for many j changing years, and " had -three children together ;'' and she did not, now that Mr./Jones had attained. a period of prosperity, at all relish seeing another lady enjoying kLe otium cum dignitate, when she had shared his adversity ; it was past hu man endurance. To prove her acquaint anceship! she he...

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TO THE PUBLIC. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 11 July 1844

tro THE PUBLIC. NOTWITHSTANDING the prominent position which the Hawkesbury has maintained, as the Granary of the Colony, it has been matter of surprise that it should have been so long without th^ineans of making known its true position, aud thereby advancing its real intereste ; for although during the last Twelvemonths a Newspaper has been es establtshed in the Town of Windsor, so limited were the means at the command of its Proprietor, that it was 'on all hands acknowledged to be inadequate to the wants of an Agricultural District. Impressed with these ideas, the Proprietors of the HAWKES BURY COCKIER have made arrangements with the Proprietor of the former periodical to bring out a Newspaper that will be fully adequate to the requirements of so important a District. Aware of the difficulties with which they have to contend in endeavouring to establish an Independent Press in a dis trict where party spirit runs high, they yet ff el confident that the resolution which they have f...

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[?] [?] PARRAMATTA QUARTER SESSIONS. WEDNESDAY, JULY 3. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 11 July 1844

PARRAMATTA QUARTER SESSIONS. WEDNESDAY, JULY 3 The Court resumed its sittings at ten o'clock this morning. The Chairman was assisted on the Bench by G. Eliott, Esq., Police Magistrate, Dr. Anderson, J. P., and S. North, Esq., J. P. James Hatcher (free), charged with stealing a bullock, the property of one Stephen Brown. Samuel North, Esq., P. M., of Berrima, deposed—I had some cattle running on a farm adjoining Mr. Bell's, at Richmond; amongst them was a small red poley bul- lock, which was not my property, but in my charge; it had a large brand of B   on the hip, and had been with my cattle since it was a calf; it was a very fat and   a very tame beast; I last saw it on the 4th of February last, when, on my re- quiring a bullock to kill, it was recom- mended, to me for slaughter by my stock- man, which I objected doing, as it was not my property; I have had several   musters of my cattle since, but have never seen the beast since. &nbs...

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Country News. PARRAMATTA. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 18 July 1844

Country News. PARRAMATTA. On Tuesday, the 9th inst., the Monthly Meeting of the St. John's Parochial Association, took place in Mr. Hole's School Room, Church-street, the Rev H. H. Bobart, M. A., in the Chair. The members of the Association present were Messrs. Brownrigg, Eyre, Miles, Lyons Bennet, Shackles, Lewthwaite, and Mr Woolls, Secretary. The affairs of the Association appeared to be in a flourish ing condition, upwards of £5 having been collected without any extraordinary exertions on the part of the Committee. Allusion was made to a statement which was published in THE AUSTRALIAN about ten days since, relative to the Parochial School, and after considerable discussion the following resolution was moved by C. B. Lyons, Esq , the Coroner, seconded by John Mills, Esq., and carried unani mously : " That this Committee beg to state, that the original principles of the school will be maintained, and that it will be open to the children of all de nominations, provided they conform...

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[?]lect So[?]ry. SONG. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 18 July 1844

SONG« I loft |b# fr*« ridge of the mountain, Wben Dawn lifts her fresh dewy ey« j I love tbe old «eb by tbe fountain, : When Noon's au Dimer fervours »re high i And dearly 1 Jove wheo the grey mantled Ci loam« lng, ?down tbs dim valley glides slowly along, And linds nie alar by the pine-foreat roaming, A list'ning the close of the grey linnets soag. When tbe moon from the fleecy cloud scatters. Over ocean ber silvery light, And the whisper of woodlands and waters. Comes soft through the silence of eight t 1 love by the ruined tower lo' «ty to Unger, A dreaming to fancy'a wild witchery given. And hear as if swept by some seraph's pure finger, The barp of the winds breathing ascents of heaven. Yet «till, mid sweet fancies o'erflowin?, Oft bursts from my lone breast the sigh I yearn for the st mpatbiea glowing. Wben hearts io each other rei ly I Come, then, gentle Helen 1 with kindred devotion l o worship with me by wild mountain and grove ; Oh. come my sweet brk'e I with still dearer ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 18 July 1844

N OTIC K . PERSONS are hereby Cautioned against trespassing on the Lands at Wind s<>r now in the occupation of Messrs. Beddelr, Atkinson, Pei der, and Seatb, or making use of th-* Private Hoads over these Lands. F. BEDÜEK, Agent. .1 ll T H O M A S HARDIE, Co^ch and Agricultural Blacksmith BEGS leave to inform the inhabitants of the Hawkesbury District, that he has c mmenced Business in Mr. Ridge's Yard, ad joining Mr. CA. Dibdin's Medical Dispensary, George-street, Windsor, where he warrants that every Branch of bis Business will be conducted in the most workman-like manner, and on the most reasonable terms. Carriage Springs made and repaired : war ranted. Horses shod on the most approved principles. Windsor July 17. JUT PUBLISHED, and on sale at th». Office of "THE HAWKESBURY COURIER," , M A RU'S LETTERS ON THE VINE, By W. Macarthur, Esq., J. P., of Camden. PRICE 5s. Windsor Price Current. £ s. d Hides, e-.icb, 7s. to *#? ** 0 8 0 (allow, per lon, from »* 28 0 0 I îor...

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SYDNEY INSOLVENCY DEPARTMENT. NEW INSOLVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 18 July 1844

SYDNEY INSOLVENCY DEPARTMENT. NEW INSOLVENTS. John Murray, of George-street, Windsor, draper. Debts due by insolvent, £470 5s. 1d. Assets—personal property, £274; outstanding   debts. £79 4s. 10d. Balance deficiency, £118 0s. 3d. Hutchinson Bell, Official Assignee. John Foley, of Windsor Road, near Boxhill, publican. Debts due by insolvent, £68 7s. 9d. Assets—personal property, £29; outstanding     debts, £18 12s. Balance deficiency, £21 15s. 9d. John Morris, Official Assignee.

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