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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 31 July 1845

HAWKESBURY STORES. FURTHER NOTICE. MR. LABAN WHITE respectfully informs intending Bidders for these highly valuable and eligibly situated BUSINKSS PREMISES in George Street, facing THOMPSON'S SQUARE and WIND. SOR WHARF, that in cons'quence of the Proprietor, Mn. BLIGH JOHNSON being obliged (o visit his Stations far in the interior, the day of Sale cmnot yet be fixed. On Mr. .i's return the AUCTIONEER will not fail to ap point a day, of which due Notice will be given, (unless disposed of by Tri vate Contract in tho mean time.) All enquiries respectieg tho same may be made to Mil. LABAN WHITE, AUCTIONEER and LAND AGE^T, Edington Cot:age, Windsor, Windser,9ih July, 1845.

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 31 July 1845

PENRITH /.ND HAWKESBURY AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATION. AT a MEETING held at Coffey s Hotel, Windsor, on Monday, the 28th April, 1845, for the purpose of establishing an Agricultural Association in the District of Wind sor, Robert Fitzgerald, Esq , J. P., in the Chair, the following Resolutions were passed : Moved by Captain O'Connell and seconded by J. L- ^carville, Esquire, 1, That this Meeting, viewing the advantages to he derived from Associations established for ireVoanimouily of opinion tbaV Uie'foimBtTon ot* suc£«n AfiSowatic^sbaU be no wintered in to. flayed hy F. Belele, Esq;, end apcobdetl by Dr.-Stewart, * That it is tbe opinion bf dita Meeting that tba Association now formed be united -with the Penrith Agricultural Aasooiation, ander, tba title of the Penritb and Hawkesbury Agricultu. talAsaoelatiou, Moved by X. Li Sccarville, Eeq.,anrJ seconded by Mr Yeomans, 3. Tbat a Committee be formed witb power (o add to their numbera, for the purpose cf oom« mun jesting with the Committ...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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SYDNEY SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 31 July 1845

SYDNEY SHIPPING JSJSVVS. , SHRIVED. JULY 23.-The barque Persian, 350 tons. Granger, master, from the Downs, the 18lh March, and Tot bay the 1st April, with merchandise. -> 23. -The schooner Cheerftd, 123 tons, Patrick, master, from Manila the 3rd April, and Adelaide the 1 Ith instant, with sugar, &c. 24. -The brig Gir/ife,Qßi tons,Harvey, master, from Manilla the lilli April, with sugar, &c. 24. -The ship Urgent, 408 fons, Thomp son, master, from Hobart Town the 17th instant, with sugar, &c, from Manila. 27.-The schooner Velocity, 138 tons, Truscott, master, from Auckland the Otb, and the Bay of Islands the 17th instant. 25. -The American ship Robert Pulsford, 406. tons, Caldwell, master, from Boston, United States tbe 1st March, with a general cargo. 28 -The barque " Orwell, 305 tons, Southey, master, from Tougataboo the lOlli instant, with oil. 29- The brig Guide, 147 tons, Addams, master, from Hokianga, New Zealand, with timber. SAILED. JULY 22-The scho...

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SONGS OF THE HEARTH RUG. THE DISCUSTED WIFE TO HER HUSBAND. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 31 July 1845

t How fondly bpTiwàa Fb«t Tien «las T bow «»nple^ly you sold me, K. With blandishments awful and vain y When yon emptied your snuff box, and told me Ten neVar would fill it again 1 .fThose fumes, so oppressive, from puffing, Say, «bat is the solace that flows t . And wbenw the enjoyment of stuffing { A parcel of dust in your nose Î ' By the babita yi>n thus «re pursuing " Then can be no pleasure conferr'd $ * How irrational then, ts so doing 1 Now is it not wy absurd ) Cigars come'to threepence each, nearly. And sixpence an Ounce is your snuff ; Consider bow much, then, you yearly t Must waste on that horrible stuff, Why tbe sums in tobáceo you spend, love, v The wealth in your snuff box you sink, Would procure nie.of dresses no end, love, And keep' me tn gloves f only tbiiik ! * What's worse, for your person I tremble, fris going as fast as it can ; ' Ob ! how should you like to resemble A smoky and enuify old man 1 Then resign, at the call of Affeotion, t The habits I cannot en...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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ON DIBBLING SEED. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 31 July 1845

ON DIBBLING SEED. THE attention of Farmers has lately been called to the great superiority tof dib: bling over sowing or drilling1 corn» We therefore beg to offer the following ob servations on the subject :-the gist ol the matter appears to turn on a point on which Agriculturists do not often seem to think il worth while to make any in: quiry, vii.-What becomes of the two bushels and a half of wheat which they commonly sow or drill per acre ? li might, therefore, startle them consider: ably, if, upon examination, they were to find out how utterly impossible it is for such a vast number of seeds to come to perfection upon that space of ground; for, if the average number of grains in a biishel be counted, it wilt he discovered that, should the seed be* regularly dis: posed over the soil, there will be just four superficial inches for each grain to grow upon. If each of those grains, therefore, were to produce a perfect plant of wheat, the ears at harvest must be as closely packed tog...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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LATEST ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 31 July 1845

LATEST ENGLISH NEWS. THE JEWS.--The decrepitude of persecution is pitiful. There is some thing inconsequent in an expiring intol erance, that deprives it of all daim to that equivocal respect inspired by a ro bust and powerful bigotry. If men of average sense and self-respect could "see themselves as others see them," they would never become liberal and tolerant by halves. Your good-natured timidities, who can neither resist nor ad mit the claims of their Jewish country men to participate in the privileges of Englishmen, are sadly at sea. One will not oppose the bill intended to relieve the Jews from the necessity of vouching their veracity " on the faith of a Chris tian," but declares with a most Burleigh like shake of the head that neither can he support it. Another thinks it safe to intrust a Jew with all the power and in fluence of Lord Mayor, but deems it dangerous to allow him a vole as Mem ber of Parliament among six or seven hundred others. A third is lost in ad miration of ...

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 31 July 1845

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. THE Council met on Tuesday, pursuant tc the notification of his Excellency the Go vér on the 17th June last. Thanks to our active and persevering con temporáry/the Australian, who published i Second (or Country Edition of that morn ing's paper, immediately after the closing of the Council;) containing the whole of th< day's proceedings, and which must hav< been published by four o'clock for thc ; purpose of being foi warded by the steam I ers, as We received a copy by the Windso coach at "ten o'clock, which enables us t< lay before our readers his Excellency'! Openi'ig Address. The Sydney Morning Herald of yesterdaj morning, notwithstanding all its boaster, zeal for the public interests,doesnot contait a line of the highly important proceedings , of the Legislative Council on its opening consequently the Australia^, containing those particulars,has been forwarded to all parts of the colony nearly two days before the frothy Sydney...

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THE STOLEN COLLAR. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 31 July 1845

"TB E STÓtíEK COLLAR. "' {Continued J ll The day on which the trial was t Hake place soo jj arrived. Thc prisone was stirring early, and pacing to am fro within the cold walls of her narro« 'cell (now dimly lighted by the firs Learns of the morning sunV-her ap pearance could not have failed to havi won the admiration, nor her situatioi Ho have excited the sympathy, of al who bêheld her. Marian Merton wai not, perhaps, what orre would considei & decidedly pretty girl-her face wat too round, and her features too strongly ' pourtrayèoV; but there was something "so winning in the expression of her 'countenaqce» that charmed, without dazzling, the spectator-and, upon the whole, her tout ensemble might with .gnslitre-'1]ie:dedare^''|o''be>ery pleasing. Her confinement had blanched her cheeks and brow, and there was a meian» ' choly shade thrown ¿over lier features, which,notwithstanding her wonted calm: ness and placidity, too clearly showed the struggle that was going on in he...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 31 July 1845

fT ftjPubpSIeetitijgof tonteo* . the Church of England, held at the Church School, in Windsor» on Thursday, lue l?tb July, 1845. Charlea Cowper, Esq., M, C., in the Cbair It waa resolved unanimously On the motionof R. C. Lethbridge, Esq, J P., seconded by Dr. Stewart ; "That a Branch of the Church of England; Lay Association for New South Wales bees; ; tablîsbed by the title of *« T*s HAWKESBUBV AND NEPEAN BBANCQ OF TUB CHURCH OF ENG j-AKD LAY ASSOCIAI ION FOR NSW Soorn WAIKB ;" to be placed in connexion witbj and to be subject to the rules and regulations of tbe Parent Association ; and to comprise the several districts of 1. Windsor 2. Penrith .3. Richmond 4. Pitt Town and Wilberforce. Each district to have its separate Committee ; the separate Committees to form a General Com mittee, to meet in each district quarterly in rota tion. Tbe entire Branch to be placed under the i charge of a President." On tbe motion of William Bowman, Esq.. M. C. ; seconded hy Robert Campbell, Junior,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 7 August 1845

PENRITH AND HA WKESBURY AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATION. T a MEETING held at Coffey's il Hotel. Windsor,on Monday, the 28th April, IH4.7, Cor the purpose of establishing sn Agricultural Association in tbe District of 'A'in'1 sor, Hubert Fitzgerald, Jf .rj , J, P,,in tin» Chair, 'he following t'.(?5oluiion6 »vere passed : - loured by í'aptam O'Come'.' and seconded by J. L" vJcAr?i'.!e, (Squire, title of tbe ¡peoritiii anfl ]ft%|f»b(^Agri^]ttt« Slaved Hy J^tiVSccardUéifÂf/^n?*èeôndèa by|»lr ^1^0% i-- ' f..--:,: i:. -;: <ên ¡ii «dd lo their numbers, for the purpose cf com municating with the Committee óftbe Peiiritü Association aod giving éfiVot to the foregoing . Résolutions » : . Moved by F. Beddek. Esq., and seconded by Mr. Atkinson, 4. That the following Committee-be appoinlëd in compliance with the last Resolution, «rid tbat Ute Alee ti be belt! alternately at Penri b m.d Windsor <: .' MÏSSIUJ-THOMAS TEDHUl'T JOHN nOSKlSSON Lill AN Willi E SAMES HALE JOHN O'DELL THO...

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ORIGINAL POETRY. FOR THE "HAWK[?]SBURY COUBIER." [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 7 August 1845

Tltof'yfsiefC&e'm sorrow, apj'i*ft tte «lone, t ; jO» t ^lii«! «re the parín^fl ^ joya l once feH, "VVhën »tlioma<n'fbelund-ofmf ftibers'I dwelt ; ' Ob I «orne a*re no inora, aiid aoiite atilt on earth, ! Dat tliese are ali left in Ine land oPmy birth. ' . x <5b Ï did "Hope's visions' aliare me to roam $o far from my kindred, so far from my borne ; , Wby beckçn me on to.a far distant shore, ' Then apread out ber pinions to se« tne no more. ' Cold, cold are the" features that now meet my view, , ? . I see nene like those my heart once fondly knew, ' Like a bright dream ibey\e vanished, and atmngéi» àreiiVre, Who know not my sorrows,or knowing don't, care. ' In çatpifsÇï gaze on the gold spangled sky,, Ami talk as if friends who now dwell there were n¡gb Ko iiusH'ër returning reeals me to pain, Hecate'me to life und to sorrow again. ' Ob 1 when shall l'rest from my griefs and my care, Ss^*. ,, And fly to those legions so bright and so^fVir ; , "Where hope...

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Original Correspondence. (To the Editor of the Hawkesbury Courier.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 7 August 1845

Original Correspondence. (To the Editor of the Hawkesbury Courier) SiRj-T nm happy, through the medium of your valuable Courier, to find that some ; decisive steps are about to be token fori the amelioration of the roads in this part: of the colony-steps which, though taken - late, will, nevertheless, be welcome to the travelling portion of the community. Î have observed with much satisfaction the '. interest yon have often taken in urging the ; necessity of making improvements on the , public roads for the safety and convenience i of that numerous class whose business re-' quires them to travel with teams ; and the \ same occurred forcibly to my mind in ' making a journey to Sydney last week. If : ever the voice of the Press was required to denounce a ^public grievance, it is re quired now to denounce the apathy of those who have the superintendence of the - road between Parramatta and Sydney. A toll-gate keeper infornied me, that be was paying on annual rent of between two and thr...

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SYDNEY SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 7 August 1845

SYDNEY SHIPPING NEWS, j ÀttRÏVED. Ji'tv 29 --The brig Guide, ï4?" fons, Addams, master, from Hokianga, New Zealand, with tim: ber. 30-Thé schooner §ir John Franklin, 52 tone, Campbell, master, from Auckland thu t3ih inst., ? with gum, flee. 30- I he steamer Sovereign, I19 ton«. Cape, master, from Moreton Uar the 27th instant, with, timber, &c, SO-t he -schooner Martha and Elizabeth, 81 tone, Pockley, master, from; Pott Phillip the_ 24tli instant, with sundries 31- The schooner Eagle, 1 8 tons, HoJgos,. master, from Circular Head, Van Diemen** Land, with potatoes Auo. 1-The schooner Comet. 91 tons, Corlr, master, from Nelson, Neto Zealand, ike Illili ultimo, with timber, &C !-The barque Theresa, 496 tons, Bacon, master, from Hobart Town the 25th ultimo, with sundries 1- The brig Essington, 123 tone, Griffiths, master, from Port Fairy the 27th ultimo, with, wheat, &c 2- The barque M orar sid re. 316 tons, Smith« master, from Manila tbe 4th May. frith sugir 2-Th...

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PROCEEDINGS. OF THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL (Continued from our last publication.) TUESDAY, JULY 29. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 7 August 1845

PROCEEDINGS.« OF THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL {Continued from our tâst publication.) TUESDAY, JULY 29. Tua Council met at three o'clock, pursuant to adjournment. The Speaker read his Excellency's speech, which was ordered -to be entered on the minutes. Mr. Cowper gave notice of asking from the Colonial Secretary on Friday, 1st Aug., some information relative to the occupation of Crown Lands ; and Mr. Robinson gove notice that he should adopta similar step on Thursday: 31st July, with reference to the repairs of the roads of the colony. Notice was given by Mr. Cowper of hts intention to move on Thursday. 31st July, that the proceedings of each day should be commenced with prayer ; and that a Chap lain, being a Clergyman of the Church of England, should be appointed for the pur pose, Dr. Nicholson gave notice of moving on the 20th instant, for the appointment of a committee" to take into consideration the best means of promoting immigration to this coloy. Mr. Lamb then moved the \ddress wh...

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OPENING OF THE LEGISLATURE. (From the Australian) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 7 August 1845

OPRNÍJVG OF CUE f.EGlSLATUKK. (From the .Australian) IV.í. lonjí, and auxiously-i-xpected convocation «.f the Legislative Council has at length laUei. pince, »ml we tliinie Hie ¡jrooeednt^s of the omen ing (Uv. afford subject ol' urimiiiRjed çrHliilaiioo (o f>.'\ chaws of the cot<ni«is, /Multiform were til» speculation*, and prophecies on the subject miil'er Jolie revealed in our Senate House im 'fue-day ; oil the spiüt lint would prevail t)in«ngs( ns members ; ami nu die <"cnen I aspect tiratlbe affairs of «mr budy politic would rouse «l'iftr.ljr «««ti«', I'yerv one predicted strif- and in.»* tiiy - ibe only d ffsrpncB-;^8 H» 'lie degree. H appy ore we to aiiiinún^^^t ail tlie^u ;id> Wraè pmgnosiicitiotis JiansTOp^nost »jrcwib!«. ciiîtrn ic ed. lt will not indeed, bu too rn nc li, tn nay that, not only from political, but from «rery other consideration i be ptoeeedins» of TufB'Uy presented/;^ jimy tiling ol" tbtí¿1^;#^i^^Mííi( yet transpired in tb* Coloi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 7 August 1845

. .AND ,; GENEÜAL PRINTING OFFICE wa®ID sä'® « LOTK1M>itl&S PlUÍfTING of «very description performed wttji uerttnt'ss and dispatch, at Sidney prices, ' *)8ra«lv, Lavy Forms, Bili Heads, Cards and Lt»Ix-is, Circulars, pesters and Handbills, , ¿fee. &c , " ' :4 lilif'the following dates :-May 24, und Ñorember 7. 1844, of The Abrahan J).dig Journal ; November fi, 1844; of the S;/ >'i&-/ Morning Harald ; arid Nov«?tribe? 9, 1S44, .of '¡'he Afornini/ Chronicle,,for wliirh One Shilling each «ill be given at t'ffe ITawliesbùry Courter'®ftise> ~ '

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SOCIETY AND THE DOCTORS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 7 August 1845

soci iîïY AND m& oocrons. A surgeon is sent tor to attend a sick person-ive now simply state a case oc curring only the other day : in the dis charge of his professional duties he is ready to go--in the disch >rge of his duty to himself and family, he enquires who is to pay him ; the reply to this reasonable, and, in a man wiro gets Iiis livelihood by an arduous profession, na tural inquiry, is, imprecations and abu sive language ; the surgeon declines to attend the patient, and the patient un fortunately dies, üieiety laking no more trouble than lo order a cojoner'* inquest. The inanest is held ; the sur geon states tlfé^íiáts aboye>; *t«téd"i í»», states moreover, that he was fre^JÇWty knocked up io attend paupers-the chil dren of society ; to exercise lu's huma nity, skill, and attention ti poa them, without getting a faithing; that he has himself knocked iip tlte butcher, to get material for making b?ef-tea for the jía ??tient, and was relnsed with butchcr-lilco ex...

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ON DIBBLING SEED. (Concluded.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 7 August 1845

ON DIBBLING SEED. (Concluded.) Now, we suppose that a plant is a plant, whether it bc cabbage or wheat, lt is very clear, then, that if one seed of wheat be planted on every space cf .bur j superficial inches, whenever the roots of two adjoining plants have grown more than an inch long, they luve begun to invade each other's territory ; then the struggle for food begins. If the soil is very poor, the contest soon ends in the death of one or bolh of them ; if it is indifferent, the battle will be carried on a little longer ; if it is gcoJ, the fight is kept up till the coming- into ear, and then down goes the weakest, while the viotp!«mains. little stronger than his j fallen peighbour, a half-starved, piteous spgcjnete. lithe first wheat plant that tbi|||»|ing earth ever grew could see it, he^rtiid say. " This is no 'child of mir^e," But then, to be sure, he could never suppose that men would so mis* taMliiieir interests as to starve the'i offspring out of Icnowledge hy trying to mak...

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VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 7 August 1845

VARIETIES. j DOING thc CARDER.-An eastern shore mari stepped into a barber's shop in our city, «nd re. quested the barber to take off lijjj çentsV^orth j ot'hair. The barber trimmed bia locke very neatly, and then combed and brushed them ip tim most particular style. .* Are you dunc !" I as!¿ed the eastern shoreman, as the barber re I moví d tho napkin from his nedi," *' Ves, sir,* returned the tr.an -of the razor,with a bow. «« Are i you certain that you took .off eleven-pence wot th *' Yes sir," returned the barber, i .'there'* the ghass-you can see yourself." .Well," (aid the eastern ¿hore man, " if you think that you have got cWec-pence worth off. : [ don't know as I have gqtany use for it, and j bavii't got no change: so vou may just keep the huir for your trouble.--*' Baltimore Argus." AMERICAN ELOQUENCE, - A New York paper y ives the following specimen of democratic clo» quence :-."This is a great country-wide vast-and, in the eouth-we5t, unlimited. Ours is a great growing co...

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"HAWKESBURY COURIER." THURSDAY, AUGUST 7, 1845. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 7 August 1845

T«£ busiuess of Jhe-first ^eelt öf fbi Session, which commenced on the 29tl ^ult., does not comprise much matter o 'moment. In our last we laid before ou Beaders his Excellency's Speech at tht 'opening of the Council, and we trúst the felt, as we ourselves did, unmixed satisfac lionat'the tone and tenor thereof. Mud speculation existed with regard to this sub ject, the general opinion being that his Ex 'cellency would advert to topics which wouli prove anything but acceptable, and tba he would do so in a ^manner by no mean 'calculated to excite pleasant feelings in th breasts of those whom he had to address How agreeable then must hive beert th< 'feelings of every 'loyal and well «disposer person, to find that where discord was ex pected to reign, peace valone prevailed' -and that whëre opposition -Was confident); looked for, proffers of co-operation and as sistance were freely tendered: And if WÍ .were highly gratified with the nature Mu substance of his Excellency'^ Add...

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