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SLICK ON PEEL, POETS, AND PATRONALGE. (From the Port Phillip Standard.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 7 August 1845

«.--r SLICK ON PE£L, POETS, AND PATRONAL li. (From the Pori Phillip Standard.) Í " THEY arenas Sam observes) a curious people is the English; they are like Deacon Flint-he never co dd see the pint of a gooil thin g'-(jill it was too late.. Sometimes after dinner he'd burst out a larnV like any things for alt the world as nf-he was a. born -fool, seemin'ly at nolhm* and Vd say, * why, deacon, what maggot's bil you now V * 1 was I arti n,' he'd say,' al that joke of your'n this mornin' ; I didn't jist then, but 1 see it now.' ' Me !* says f, * why, what did I say, it's solang ago 1 forget Y * Why,' says he, 'don't you mind we wasaialkin' of them two pirates the jury found not guilty, and the court turned loose on the town ; you said it was all right, for they was loose characters. Oh ! I see it now, it was rae! jam thaO * Oh,' said I, not overly pleased rrother, for a jok'e like an egg, is never no good*xcept it s fresh laid-is it. Well, the English arc like the old deacon ; they don'...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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THE STOLEN COLLAR. (Concluded.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 7 August 1845

THE feTOLEK COLLA». "(CohchiHedïj ? There was scarcely ian' eye in court "save his own, that did not look wit! something like pity on the unfortunau girl ; and,'more than this, we will ven ' ture to s i y lhere was "scarcely a hear " thal did not secretly wish she 'might bi ' acquitted. *H¡s evidence was deliverec * in a "firm, determined manner-ever} little fact and circumstance being spo< " ken to with a degree of certainty whirl at once rendered futile every attempt ai cross-examination. Each important par ticular was strongly corroborated by his expectant assistant, who appeared even determined to otittlo his master in wo« ' lent swearing. 1 had but one hope -one resource-I *eut at once to the'J ury, and afierra long and labored address. * was in the net of closing up my brief al * most in dèspair, intending as a last effort * lp call the wjtnesse&io £)macles* "when ; Mr. I sie worth, who had been seated close * behind nie ' from the commencement of "the trial...

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

«nd «i a13úpp1eraent to, lbs ÂmjtL^ MAN ¿OTJRKAL ofthat date, No. 1, of the Mx&BORorCoUKÇi&, which will contain a corrept précis of the proceedings of the _ Legislative CouncilCordie previousweek. In,an announcement made under this head in several late Numbers of TJKB AUSTRALIAN, the advantages of this ar* Rangement to the Subscribers of thar JOURNAL were fully pointed out. Non-1 Subscribers* and Subscribers requiring ] extra copies, will please send their: % Names early to the AUSTRALIAN Jour v nal Office, George street, .Sydney, or to MR. LABAN WHITE, the Agent for the Hawkesbury District, Edington Cottage, Windsor. July 3 f. THE Undersigned begs to inform the Inhabitants of Richmond, and the adjoining neighbourhood, that he bas pur chased the stock-in-trade,1 consisting of Saddlery, and Harness, of Mr* W. Moore ; and that he intends carrying on the busi ness in all its brauche«, in the-above town- j «hip. Every description of article in the j Trade manufactured of...

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

HAWKESBURY STORES. FURTHER NOTICE . MR. LABAN WHITE respectfully informs intending Bidders for (Lese highly valuaMe and eligibly situated ßüSINl.SS PREMISE* in George Street," facing THOMPSON'S SQUARE and WIND SOR WHARF, that in cons*qubnee of th« Proprietor, Mn. BLIGH JOHNSON being obliged to vif ii Iiis Stations far in the interior, tho day of Sale c nnot yet be fixed. On Mr. j's return the fi vcnoKEER will not fail to ap point a day, of which due Notiae will be giren, (unless disposed of by Private Coctract in the meantime.) All enquiries respecties the same may be marie to MR. LABAN WHITE, AUCTIONEER arni LAND AOENT, Edington Cottage. Windsor, \ViDdser,9il July, 1845,

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"HAWKESBURY COURIER." THURSDAY, AUGUST 14, 1845. PROBABLE WAR BETWEEN ENGLAND AND AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 14 August 1845

ENGLAND AND AMËRIGA. Tfls late EnglishNews is highly important^ Inasmuch as 4t; leiás iis 'to believe the existence, at this moment, of hostilities berdeen those .two great Powers. The * Done of contention, as usual, is, the. . right of possession of the Pregan Terri tory. America declares she will have it. and England-is " strong in her résolvent© .possessf lt, also ! Who shall decide the d ispute f No third Power, we imagine, * will step in .'for . the purpose. Much AS we abhor the -system of Slavery-still pursued in many of the American States, we do not howèver desire that England should pos - sess herself of the disputed Land : fer this .treason, that in endeavouring to subdue any -unruly spirits who might dispute herautho. «ri ty-if America was forced'to "surrender 4 her claim-she would pursue the same line -of -defence which ;jfce/^f*Uh2s. moment carrying forward against the unfortunate Newzealanders f America has got a new ^President. On his election he declared it to be his...

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CROWN LANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 14 August 1845

CROWN LANDS. THE reply of the Colonial Secretary to Mr,, Cowper's question On Tuesday last, relative lo the intentions of the Government with reference to the adoption of any permanent systenvfor the occupation of Crown Lands -was to a certain extent, extremely grati* Tying*, an9 if not altogether satisfactory and explicit, we must attribute it to the reasons given by the Colonial Secretary himself» who stated, that he regretted not being in a position at that moment to give so full and unreserved a communication of the intentions of the Government on the sub Í ject as he could have wished, on account of the many important points and conaider ! a lions that required to be definitely settled > ; before any regulations of a permanent cha racier could with propriety be promulgated. Moreover, he thought it adviseable that the reply of her Majesty's Government to an Address from the Council on the admi nistration of Crown Lands, should be first received, He, however, gave us some out....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 14 August 1845

HAWKESBURY STORES. FURTHER NOTICE. MR. LABAN WHITE respectfully informs intending Bidders for these highly ralualie and eligibly situated BUSINESS P lt EMISES in George Street, facing THOMPSON'S SQUARE and WIND SOR WHARF,, that in cons qurnce of the P.oprietor, Mn. ULtUH JOHNSON beug obliged to y ¡sil his Stations fur in the ¡.-it er ¡cr, tbe day of Sale c coot yet be fixed. On ¡Vir. J's return the AVCTIONEEK will not ful to ap point a day, of which due N otice will he given, (unless disposed of by Private Contract in the mean time.) All enquiries respective fh» same may bi marie to AIR. LA li AN WHITE, airenoNEEn and LAND AGENT« Edington Cottage. Windsor. Windser,9th July, 1W5.

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REVIEW. The Australasian Odd Fellows' Magazine. STATHAM & FORSTER, Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 14 August 1845

Ii E V i E W. Tlte Australasian Odd bellotes' Magasine, STATHAM & FORSTER, Sy4nef. WE bail with pleasure and pam the appearance of a new magazine in out smali literary .circle;. «ritb pleasure, as it demonstrates tb« pleasing fact that, however futile foimer efforts ha ve been to establish a periodical of this class, ibo diffi. ' cullies bi i her to encountered Lave nol entirely subdued (be spirit of educated enterprise ; with pain, as tba new appearance conjures up tte spirit of departed effort«, and forces us to recur to those few bright exhalations which, with tbe rapid transit of a pass;ng meteor, have vanished ere scarcely beheld, much less closely studied. Out to our present subject; We are pleased doubly io behold ibis new production, botb as a specimen of good editorship.and ¡isa wot k which,, we trust, will ultimately tend to the aggrandize-, ment of an Order, the enlargement of which must evidently confer a lasting- benefit upon our Australian population. Our space...

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SUPREME COURT. Saturday, Aug. 9. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 14 August 1845

SUPREME CÖüRTw ; ! ./. Mr. Cheek moved tha^ David Lawson* gentleman, formerly uodet articles of clerk ship to francis, Beddek, Esq ?,«f Windsor, Solicitor, be admitted an attorney, solicitor, and proctor of the Supreme Court of New South Wales. The motion was granted, and Mr. Lawson took the usual oaths. We have mucki pleasure in copying tho foiegoing from the Australian, and beg to congratulate Mn, LAWSON on the result, He has been long known to us as an hono rable, straightforward, upright, and very obliging yoting gentleman, and we have no doubt he will receive« large portion of public support in the honorable career of his profession. . -, »» » ? Inadvertently we omitted to notice in our last, issue, that a Race was to have taken place; yesterday, on. the Windsor Course, between Mr. fl tkewtfaorpe'6 mare Lady Botliêremt and a bay horse belonging to Mr. Hamilton, of Windsor, for £20. The race tame off at 12 orrock, her ladyship having beaten thé bay horse (in Newmarket style) the...

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THE WANDERING WIND. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 14 August 1845

. Qfhs toi» amongst tbVlMresï - H)hï li itrVo^th* wtterè, _ ?Ör from /thslopfriell gnu» I Or is |t fwmrbelípllów rock» 'fttrëugb which As breathings psis ? ' Or Ï* it1Wm the Voices,. Of el} io «be combined. *Tbat it win« thoione of mister jr 1 , ' . lite,Wind ! the wandering Wind I Ko.no! the strange sweet accents .. That with it come and go, 'They are not from the osiers , °Nor the fir trees whispering low1 ; *They aîe notifUíé' waters, .... Nor of the caverned hill : T is tbe hitman love within us . That gives them power to thrill. They touch the link of memory Around our spirits twined, ' And we start,'and weep, and tremble. To the Wiod.'tbe wandering Wind ! _;_h_.¿1-_? ?".

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 14 August 1845

"HAWKESBURY COURIER,»! AMD I GENERAL PMNTING OFFICE,\ LETTER-PRKbS PRINTING of1 every description performed with I ïieatness and dispatch, at Sydney prices, j namely, LBW Forms, Bill Heads, Cards and ! l&bels, Circulars, Posters and Handbills, &c, &c, &c. EQUI H ED NEWSPAPERS of the following dates May 24, end November 7. 1844, of The Auttralian Daily Journal ; November 6,1844, of The Sydney Morning Herald ; and November 9, 1844, of The Morning Chronicle, for which One Shilling each will be given at the Hawkesbury Courier Office, ji * - n¿^-«-- V ir iiT"

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PRIZE FIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 14 August 1845

PRIZE FIGHT» THE much talked «beut, and long-ex» pected fight between Sparks and Barrett better known aa Corduroy, came off on. Wednesday njornjngyat Mudbank on <)p^^«iMm.,vflW that had been formed of its being a hard fought battle, were doomed to end in disappointment, as from the time of commencement to its close, when after nine rounds-Cor du roy gave in scarcely fourteen minutes elapsed. Tilt following are the particulars of the rounds : ROUND 1.-Commenced with cautious sparring on both sides; Corduroy hit out but missed ; both men steady \ Sparks gathered himself up, and struck Corduroy a terrific blow with his right hand on the mouth, from which tho blood trickled down ; they closed, and both went down. First blood for Sparks. ^Corduroy came up quite groggy, went tiff with caution, and no material advantage on either side, 3 .-Sparks hit out with his left-it was well stopped, Corduroy countered, and Sparks again made play with, his left» giving Corduroy a terrific b...

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SOCIETY AND THE DOCTORS. [COSCLUDED.] [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 14 August 1845

?» V » j SOCIETY AND THU DOCTORS. [COSCLUDED.] j But we are told by ide coroner, who by the way was paid for his services, that humanity is a great thing-a sacred duty-paramount to considerations of profit and loss. Very good-very fine. But let us extend this principle. Are j coroners, judges, lawyers, and coronéis' juries, to have the benefit of it ? ] Humanity, we presume, is~not limited . to physicing paupers for nothing, t hu manity is not a mere medical virtue, (hough Society seems to think so. The prompt administration of justice is humanity, yet what judge on the bench administers justice for nothing ? lt is humanity to investigate the causes of Sudden or suspicious deaths, yet did any man ever hear of any coroner who sat upon any jury since the time of Alfred, without being paid his fees and his mileage ? To feed the hungry, to clothe the naked, to visit widows and orphans in their affiictiors, is humanity, yet we hear bf no tailor, b itchier, biker who refuses to give bread...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 14 August 1845

CHURCH OF ENGLANÏ) LAY AS SOCIATION FOR NEW SOUTH WALES. AT a Public Meeting of Members of the Chorch of England, held at the Church School, tn Windsor, on Thursday, the 17tb July, 1845. Charles Cowpe*, Esq , M. C., in the Chair It was 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 be es: tablisbed by the title of " Tus HAWKESBURY AND NEPEAN BRANCH OF THE CHURCH OF ENG LAND LAV Aa OCIATION FOB NEW SOOTH WALES ;" to be placed in connexion with, end to be subject to the rules and regulations of the 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. The entire Branch to be placed undor the charge of a President." On the motion of William Bowman...

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VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 14 August 1845

VARÍ ¿TIES. GERMAN HABITS.-The Germán sleeps between two beds ; and it is re: lated, that an Irish traveller, upon find: ing a feather bed thus laid over him, took it" into his head that the people slept in strata,one upon the other, and said to thcattendant ** will you be good enough to tell the gentleman qr lady that is to lay over me, lo make baste, as I wish togo to sleeto l" DEATH OF DYSON, TUB HonsE.bE»ÍEiu-Áftér a long and painful illnees, Harmon Dyson died at the village of Waltham Cross last week. He was one of the very few horse-dealers who had amassed large fortunes, but the bulk of his pro; perty was acquired during the late war, by con tracting to supply the cavalry «Ith horses. His illness was occasioned by the folrovfing^singulat circumstaùces-Dyson had been long personally known to George the Fourth, and though he supplied Blmost all the beautiful carriage horses for the Royal Mews, yet they^bad been for a long period, purchased "by dînèrent persons of the King's est...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 14 August 1845

Bt «RPEB^OViTO* 0TPH3IAX. *WOVWX* AH» ,ílf* AoooBD&ck Hi«» TUS -ATJV Sra Í yHnroR»»V CA*, jr», v . f VALUABLE FREEHOLD -PROPERTIES ' Ott THE HAWKESBURY, «ft. Comprising ibefamefl ESTATE OF BELMONT, arni th» well-known TEN BURRY FARM, &o. MR. SAMUEL LYONS witt sell by auction, at bis Matt* corner x>f George-street and Chirldtte-place, on WEDNESDAY, «f-rn AUGUST, At ll o'clock, The following valuable and choice selectfot.8 of Lind, ïjor Ï. TUE VAR FAMED VSTATS OP BELMONT, ?consisting of 1500 acres, being two grants from tlie Crown described as follows V Fntsr.-500 ACRES, "situate in tbe district of Rt elmond Hill, and bounded on tbe east bf the Hawkesbury River, and part of a Creek, then west sixteen chnins, south twenty-seven chains, Wood's farm of thirty-one chains, and a west line of seventeen chains seventy links ; on tb» West by a north line of eighty-two chains ; on tbe north by an east litre of sixty six chains, and Bishop's north-west aide to tue river, rese...

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SLICK ON PEEL, POETS, AND PATRONAGE. (Concluded.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 14 August 1845

"«LICK ON PEEL, POETS, AND PATRONAGE. '?{Concluded.) Oh dear ! lie didn't know nothin1 'that's a fact ; he thought himself a cu 'above'them folks; it. j ist showed hoi 'much he'knowed. ,Fine sentiments ^lord, who cares for them 1 do you go ti Nova Scotia now, and begin* at Cap Sabie, and travel all down to Cape Can ' co, the whole length of the province I pick out the "two best lines frtini hi * * Hope/and^ask every "feller you meet '* did you^ever hear4hese? and.hov ' roany will you find that bas seen 'em ' or heard teri of'em ? Whya few gall r that's sentimental, and a few boys that' a coortin,* spooney-like, that's all. Bu * ax 'errrthis, ' Master, if that house Cos "five hundred dollars, and a barrel o ' nails"live dollars, what would a goot \ sizeable pig come to-do you give it up ' Well, he'd come to a bushel of corn. *Every man, woman, and child woúlc * tel]-you they-heard "the clown say thai *to" the circus, and that they mind the) lar fed ready to kill themselves. Grin "ííi...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 14 August 1845

DEATHS. BLAXLAND, John. Esq , of Newington, on Tuesday, the 5th instant, aged 78 years. KINCHELA, -.Esq., late one of the Judg- es of the Supreme Court, in Liverpool, on the 21st July. -

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AGRICULTURAL SOCIETIES. (From the Australian.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 14 August 1845

AG RICÜLTÜÄ AL SÚ'Cl ETI ES. 'ffrom the Australian.J WE are glad to see that two of these so: cieties nave been organized in Cumber* land. The first was established ai Penrith. Some of the members, how- ] «ver, were of opinion that in dis'ributing Premiums, too many were given to the interests of grafting, Tîiey therefore se: ! ceded, and established a society for the ; encouragement principally of Farming. I The old society however* continued to prosper, and has added Windsor and j Richmond io its sphere of usefulness; In our opinion, the dividion of Agri culture into Grazing and Farming, ts politic : as much so as the division of Farming into Agriculture and Hortic culture. The union of the two latter would incumber each lither, and KOBIBO will the union of Farming and Grazing'. The grazier, the farmer, and the gar dener have all different views, and in this Colony are three different classes of men, though they, merge tifien into each other. The grazier looks to sheep and cattle,...

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AGRICULTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 21 August 1845

AGRICULTURE. j HIGHLAND AND AÖIIICTJI.TÜRAL SO ciETr.-Thèfollowing interesting papers were read at the first monthly meeting for the season of the above society : I.. "On the uses and action of lime in agriculture, and the most efficient and economical modes of applying it to the soil," by Mr. James Anderson, Mount Vernon, Middlesex. Thc author's at* tention was chiefly directed to those points of enqyïry suggested by the so ciety in offering a premium for the re port on the subject. A ccordingly, after a preliminary notice of the various sources from which lime is derived, and ihe different states in which it exists, such as the! carbonate, sulphate, phos phatCi find in explaining its action, lie proceeds io consider the most suitable period in thé rotation for the application of lime, and comes to the decision that i this is when the lind is preparing for a ] fallbw, or -fallow crops ; and that, in j such a case, the lime should be applied | as a hydrate, that is, slaked, or in un...

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