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

-THE VET ERAN. : * ï WAS a few days at Chelsea, and fell in 4 with a soldier of the old school, who had * served from childhood, having at a very ' early age embarked with his father, a ' corporal in an infantry regiment.ordered ?to America, with the full expectation of defeating the rebellious colonists ; and * though from the period of quitting his 'native country-Dennis Macallister had never visited ii, he still retains his rich brogue in as primitive expression as ' whenji boy he took his departure. My first acquaintance with Dennis was on 'board an East India ship, in which I * came'hbtne a"passenger from Madras^; ' and as 1 had no servant with me, I was much indebted to him Tor many acts of ' kind Attention during a severe attack of fever, that confined me for several weeks to my cabin. Grateful recollections. ; induce me to visit liirh sometimes, and "though how considerably on the wrong side of seventy, yet his gaiety and viva city are undiminished, and he may very ?appropri...

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ODD-FELLOWSHIP. SONG OF THE ORDER. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 21 August 1845

^«B»¡h»ri»0D7iU^^w swains blithe »nd ¿bw* %ot «ñjlHo lb» feelings it grçws mor* endearing When the theme ia subject to «beer »Wy ^ tiesrt ; , . «, T)f that theme let each brother be still the re , corder, j. The help of the aged, «be bops of tbe'-youtfa I land join heart and voice in the praise oí the i ürder, : United in friendship, lo love, end in truth, ¡ '* ? 'in the lodge we assemble as friends and as . brothers, _ » .. In unity, concord,and peace dwells our band, Together harmonious one's joy ts the other's, ,. And the heart ts presented in each open band ; . 1 Nor alone on ourselves sra good wishes attend ant, t The tears of the widow and orphan we sooth 1 Our Order is loyal and still independent, '' United in friendship, in love, and in truth; * . . r In faith ve are strong that the Order may flourish, ^ And hope paints a feature of bliss to our view j While charity's aid our poor brethren will nourish, As the bud is refrosb'd by the soft falling i ' And as the warm sunbeam ...

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PROCEEDINGS. OF THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL TUESDAY, AUGUST 5. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 21 August 1845

PROCEEDINGS. OF THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL TUESDAY, AUGUST 5. THE Speaker read to the Council five Mes sages from his Excellency the Governor ; the first of which submitted the draft of a Bill for authorising the Trustees of the Saving's Bank to lend a portion of their i funds to the Corporation of Sydney :-the j second, submitting the draft of a Bill for j the abolition of oaths in various depart ments of the Government, and for the sup pression of voluntary and extra-judicial' oaths :-the third, communicating the an swer received from Lord Stanley to an Ad dress from the Council relative to supplying the deficiencies of any of the schedules, by the excess of the others :-- the fourth, com municating the answer received from Lord Stanley, relative to an Address from the Council respecting the upset price of Crown Lands, &c :-the fifth, accompanying the Estimates for 1846 j Dr. Nicholson presented a petition from certain occupiers of Crown Lands in the dis trict of Grant, prayi...

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HOUSE OF LORDS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 21 August 1845

HOUSE OF LORDS. MONDAY, APRIL -REMOVAL OF JEWISH DISABILITIES.--The Lord Chan cellor moved the second reading of his bill for the relief of persons of the Jew ish religion elected lo municipal offices, and explained the inconsistencies and absurdities of the present system, by re | ference to the cases of Sir RI. Monte fi | ore, Messrs, Salomons, Lou sad a, Cohen J and Rothschild, Eaeji of these gentle men are magistrates, some for several counties ; some »Iso are Deputy Lieute nants, and all might be elected to the office of High Sheriff. In the city of London they were not only eligible to this latter office, but if they refused to serve, they were liable to a very heavy : penalty; yet if they aspired to a dignity ; which was the ordinary re ward of an ho-i norable performance of the sheriff s duty, ; that of aldermatVthcy mere excluded by a clause in the fonn of declaration re: quired, which, while it added nothing to the obligation of the oath, could only be subscribed by a Chri...

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

ÄEfflY COURIER," AND GENERAL PRINTING OFFICE, j ETTEii-PßEbS PRINTING of I j every description performed with neatness and dispatch, at Sydney prices, namely. Law Forms, Bill Heads, Cards and Labels, Circulars, Posters and Handbills, &c , &c, &c. _ j To Sportsmen, PUBLICANS, AND OTHERS. JOST RECEIVED, and on Sale at the Office of this Paper, a Lot of Splendid PICTURES, suitable for the above parties, which will be disposed of . on uery ÄJoBEttATE TERMS.

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FOR THE LADIES. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 21 August 1845

FOR THE LADIES. London and Paris Fashions for April. -Caps for head-dress arc principally composed oí tulle or crepe lisse; those in tulle being trimmed with a long piece of lace forming lappets on each side, where it is raised willi a bunch of very petit roses, either pink, or yellow, and white. Bonnets are mostly to be seen composed of poult de soie, or moire the former trimmed with bouillonnes of tulle, the 6ame colour as the silk, and those in lilac or white moire, with fea thered tips of the ostrich or marabout, and magnificent white English point lace. Paille de riz hats will have the bavolet releve ia the same fashion as those velvet bonnets w liich have been sc much la mode ; indeed this style, we have no doubt, will become universal, as it gives a youthful and dégage air to thc wearer. Several very elegant and Spring bonnets have lately appeared of pale green poult de soie,decorated with lace, put on in a slanting form ; also those in lilac covered with tulle and trimmed wi...

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"HAWKESBURY COURIER." THERDAY, AUGUST 21, 1845. THE BRIGHTENING PROSPECTS OF THE COLONY. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 21 August 1845

TOE BRÎGHTENlîîG aPROSa»ECTS OF TfjPE COLONY. 'f ^--s-j. .;-'.:?:.> .-'S". . " THÉ'theme which seenrs et present mos agreeable to dwell upon, on referring t ^Colonial matters, is tte prospect of i>ette : times; andweare happy to join in the ge nerally adopted opinion, that there is sud .a prospect. Sir George Gipps in1>is open in g Speech at the commencement of th present Session öf the legislative Council observed-*' I am happy to be able ti «congratulate you on the improvemen ''which continues to manifest itself in th 'condition of theColonyV and the Coun -eil in -their Address to the Governor ii reply to that Speech, joined in his Excel lency's congratulations on the said im provement. Mr. Wentworth, the firs time he addressed the Council this Ses sion, expressed himself ready to admit that there were at last, through the léngil and breadth of the land, Undoubted indi cations of a return to prosperity ; and lu earnestly hoped that the gleam thereo "would mt again be ...

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

THE ABORIGINES. WITH great pleasure we observe that Mr." Windeyer has .moved in the Legislative Council for the appointment of a Committee to enquire into the best menns of improv ing the condition of the Aborigines- ot the Colony. This is a subject which claims the best attention of the Members, and we nave little doubt of it's undergoing tho rough investigation. lt is surprising-with what eagerness the Council -will set about investigating, with a view to improving, the condition, of Euro peans, when monitory depression;is expe rienced in the Colony ; but here are .whole tribes of God's creatures, whose condition , has hitherto escaped attention ! and from whose lands we aie dtriviug all the neces saries for our existence ? ! Mr. Windoyer's motion, we most sincerely trust, however, is a special earnest of the good which will result to the Aborigines from the appoint ment of the Committee. We take the liberty of suggesting, that the bestand most permanent, means of im proving their...

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

V ARI ETIES. I SENSIBLE.-À West Indian contemporary pub iishes this pilby and unquestionable axiom ; The man that in this world would rise Must take the news and advertise. j ELOPEMENT EXTRAO R DIKAr. SttiithV I cat eloped with MT«"Jones's dinner* Guvs OP Inisn ORA-TORV,-The following, gem of genuine Hibernicism was uttered by Mr. O'Connell in the ContiliaÜöta Hallion'Älönday weék '--" If ir were attempted tojbring in any measure injurious to his country, he would feel it las duty togo over and die on the floor bf the House in carrying on a'vexatious Opposition to it. Ile would then come back to Ireland, and ask his counrrymen'1 A re you for Repeal, now V' DREADFUL SHIPWRECK.-We understand, that another steamer has just gone down in the North Sea. She had only one boat, which was swamped: by (he desperate passengers crowding into her. We lament to state that among them Were one Royal Duke, three Peers, and half a dozen Members of Parliament, with their wiveB and families. A later ac...

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

TI TR; tàtuw mmy&wimj m, mëtât MttWi m these h\£b\y «pd Jplhj«b1y Situated BUSIES PRBMtSES >V<<i«oree 8tr#$ faciogTKOAlPSON'6 SQÜA.KK «nd WIND SOR tyftARF, that in consnauenee of the Proprietor, Mn. BLIGH JOHNSON being obliged to visit his Stations far ia thé interior, . the day of Sale euraot yet be fixed. On JUr J >. return die A ucnotf BBB «rill not f»il to ap- ? point s day, of which due Notise will be giren, (unless disposed of by Private Contract in Um ; meantime.) / AH enquiries regpectieg the same may be made 10 Mit. LIBAN WHITE, AUCTIONEER and LAND A o E«T. Edington Cottage. Windsor. ' Windser,9lb July, 1845, ; ~~ WINDSOR. MR. GEORGE SEYMOUR lias the honor to announce that he will Sell by Public Auction, on SATTJIlDAY, «he 23 d instant, at Twelve o'clock, at Mr. tV. Blanchard's Inn, George-street, Windsor, One valuable Entire Cart Horse. ALSO. A superior Stud of Horses and Mares. Terms made known at Sale. Mr George Seymour also begs leave...

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THE AMERICAN PRESIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 21 August 1845

THE AMERICAN PRESIDENT. A New York paper describes tho hew President, Mr. James Polk, as haying " un grand talent pour le silence," al least in matters political :-" On sci- : ence, on religion, on all ordinary topics j of conversation, Mr. Polk would talk with fluency and interest, and discover himself to be a well-read, polite, an<i agreeable man. But on politics-on the tariff-on any oilier public question -on his views, his policy, he was as silent and mysterious as the grave it self. It is therefore argued from ail these accounts, that Mr. Polk will turn out a much shrewder man than people generally imagined."*-It is, we believe, a Turkish maxim, that the silent man, if he is not wisc, can at least seem so. The following anticipation reads strangely in a Republican Journal : who would have thought thal a Mrs. Polk would be deemed of such importance ? " In re ference to the fashionable movements at the White House during the next four years, the prospect is very brilli...

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

CHURCH OF ENGLAND LAY AS SOCIATION FOR NEW SOUTH WALES. AT a Public Meeting of Members of the Church of England, held at (he Church School, in Windsor, on Thursday, the 17th July, 1845. Charles Cowper, Esq , M. C., in the Chair It-was resolved unanimously On the motionof ll. C. Lethbridge, Esq, J. P., seconded by Dr. Stewart ; " That a Branch of the Church cf England Lay Association for New South Wales be es-, tablished by the title of " TUB HAWKESBURY AND NEPEAN DRANCII OP THE CHUIICH OF ENG LAND LAT AS OCIAHON FOR NEW SOUTH WALES ;" to be.placed in connexion with, and to be subject to the rules and regulations of the lt Pitt Town Mi Wilberforce. , | Et?b d fçtrtct to have ft? sftpwïte Commit sepkrate Comaíttéétf to fôrdç tr^tSmte'rá mutee; to meet in*eâcb^ûMctqaart»r!y in rota tion. Toe entire branch to he placea* under the charge of a President." , On the motion of William Bowman,, Esq., M. C. ; seconded by Hoheit Campbell* J unfor, Esq., J. P. l " That Robert Copland Lethbridge,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 28 August 1845

PENRITH AND HAWKESBURY AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATION. AT a MEETING held at Coffey's Hotel, Windsor,on Monday, the 28th April, 1845, for tbc purpose of establishing an Agricultural Association in the District of Wind sor, Robert Fitzgerald, Esq , J. P.,in theCbair, (he following Resolutions wera passed : - Mored by Captain O'Connell and seconded by J, L- ('carville, Esquire, 'f,5?i. Tjb¿t*t$¡ the opinion «faillis Meetiflf ilia't ^hp Association now formed be united $w$tb fha PenHÜi; Açrfcajtiiral Association, under , the title ofiVb Penrith aol tíawkesbory ^ricaltu* Tal^AssbclatlSi^ *''*'" V"/",;...' \\¡t¡ .%*» 1 íttrod L.^ccarviUej Esg^ua1 jnofcuied Yaoiaioa;'">''v;'--;a'^ «.W^» a. 1 bat a Côtiimittee 0%fbrùèâ willi p>#er«tô sadd tb Mioîr«uh»hêré< for the furpbs* Weam municatibg with tho Committee cÓftV¿ Penrith Assoc'iadon end giving éfféot TOS^'forigoing Résolu'ions ,, ... «.;«;. ,?«;,-? - Moved by F. Beddek, Esq., and seconded hy Mr. Atkinson, 4, That the following Co...

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TAHITI. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 28 August 1845

TAHITI. We bare been requested to publish tht\ follow ing acknowledgment of the receipt of the petition to the Qeeen respecting Tahiti,which was ag eed to at a public meeting held in Sydney, in June, 1814 ; empty expressions of regret are,useless ; the time was suffered to pass when Great Uritain could bavo interfered and saved poor POMAIIE. who is now doomed to a life of vassalage, (Copy) No 26 Downing street, 26th March, 1045 Sm,-I have received your despatch No i6t, of the 20th July last, enclosing a petition ad di eased to the Queen, by certain parlies resident in New South Wales, with reference to the late occurrences at Tahiti, You will acquaint the petitioners thal 1 have ! ^UUi.lJjU....,.!. ...... J.,..,J. V,.J..-.. . 14d their petition befo^^^ . pleased toTëM"âBeit"'M^^iànùua\y «Jeep regretthe pnínfol *:íd unlooked for event s which hnvèiYurSt'upo^^ wli<cbGreiitUrit«inh^ 'BÍ .ce us first diico'^y ny a ISritish officer, .taken the liveliest interest, and which int...

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HINTS TO AGRICULTURISTS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 28 August 1845

nïNfs to A$¿ié&iWaj($r3., ' At & ploughing mitch hold ueap Aberdeen, iii the month of February last, after prises li vd been «warded io the best ploughman and tte b-'Sl kept horses and harness, improvements on (he ploughs themselves, both as to workm nish ip and draught, frere next considered. The depth of furrow was 7 J inches, in a stiff loam, and the dyn meter, or draught gauge, indicated u resist« ance of thé firèt plough ct) uni to SOB lbs. - Two others were euch 328 lbs, tc «vas remarked that the difference oí draught twelve months ago, belweou Hie best and worst of six ploughs, was not less than 112 lbs., while this year the difference between »be fi-at and last of eight WAS only 06 lbs* Ix doés not follow always tbaHhe lightest Mloúgu U easiest drawn. One weighing 156 lbs. required a draught of 378 lbs., while another of 208 lbs. tvoight was drawn by a force only of 266 lbs. Itt four yea re tbe association liflve reduced the draught of ploughs from ito tott 8...

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SUPREME COURT. SITTINGS IN NISI PRIUS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 28 August 1845

SUPREME' COURT. SITTINGS IN NISI Puros. MONDAY, AUGUST 29.--Before His Honor Mr. Justice A'Beckett, anda Special Jury. Cope ». Holland and another.-This wast an action of trespass, in which Maria Cope was the plaintiff, and William Holland, and George Freeman, defendants ; the de claration setting forth that the defendants had removed a fence on s certain close called Cope's Paddock, at Windsor. The defendants pleaded justification, and that as the said fence was placed across a cer tain public highway, they were legally au thorised to pull down the same. To this the plaintiff had replied, that if such public pathway existed, the defendants had re moved more of the fence than was necessary. On this point issue was joined. Messrs. Foster, Windeyer, and Fisher,' appeared for the plaintiff ; Messrs Broad hurst and Darvall for the defendants. The evidence for the plaintiff went to prove the trespass complained of, showing mm flirt during ITperiod oT about ihrp yeiri there was ap road no...

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VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 28 August 1845

" :>A1HJ3TIE& ???? 'íwtóiriaV» -rt Sam,** BBKI a mother io one of har*'* wery obedient''sons ono day, " how many logs have you aaw'd, eh V' " Why, marm, ,whén I got this and three others ones done, Til have four. TBS SEVENTH SON.-By Virtue of a .Wy old custom in Belgium, particulerly in Brussels, the reigning sovereign of this country becomes god father to the eevehtB donsecuttre sofa of any family, however humble their1 situation may . be. ; The other night, the wifé of an honest mechanic residing al No. l7¿ Rue de .lu Kutterave, gave birth to her seventh son, who willi accordingly, j bare the honor of becoming the godson of bis j Maj esty. the King pf the Belgians. -SUN . BEAUTIFUL LITTLE ALEEÔOIIY.-A humming* bird once met a butterfly, and being pleased with the beauty of its person and glory of its variegated and golden wings, made an offer of tts perpetual friendship. *' 1 cannot think of it,' was the reply, as you once spurned me, and called me a drawling dolt.'* " ...

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THE VETERA'N. [CONTINUED.] [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 28 August 1845

^id&>«pd l ^ledlprtite bevBrageea . "likwiliBlBt. Sure, and U;wâs i» Irigl - ;*ny>hów. y«oi£' must havebeard Má dudiiplinàrian ^ . liad been drilled and rared în (fae R $ian array «hen a young mair; hu ari *in%h|jch^iiP a man has - got anything Hbè 'sh'ape of a sow!, lié; néver dared call it his own. I'm towld tbey-r mc like tomurytons (automatons, I? su 'pose ht meant) the cralûrs.?' Well, u?^' - P&tàii. fà? ÎRasiafis. as lils '.' tpj illigfeness layned his duty as an oiïïc< ?orid when became to have command 'the saWce, in course he ?tried to init 1d^ce^t1î'e;'d)shlplme..:i^ which hé vt himself brought up. But it wint roightà again the grain with the officers, no commissioned officers, and privâtes be trated like Rusian surfs, and tht free boru sons of JEnglaod, Irelan Scotland, and Wales to boot. Ordei however, were orders,and must bc obe '«d'i and the hair was ' robbed' ká1i<óv rwjtb soap, anti thèh greased with, flou 'till every he...

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[?]ROCEEDINGS [?] OF THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, AUGUST [?]. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 28 August 1845

cèlleiicy's intention of placing OD the Esti mates pf 1846 the Bum of £1000 for the expenses of an overland-expedition to Port ;The Colonial Secretary laid ^n theJTa ble a petition from the Parishioners of St» 'Andrew's, Sydney, praying J:hat the dhV Burial Ground in George street may »ot be applied exclueitely to secular purposes; The petifion"was referred Ip the Cpráetéry Committee. .' ?: . -} '--' - v- i" ¿ ? i" The Colonial Secretary laid on thetahlo certain returns relative to the Tolls in thé - ' County of Cumberland, Also, certain re turns relating to the duties of Customs. An Address was voted to his Excellency the Governor, requesting that the expen- ' sesnf the Registrar "General's department may be defrayed .out of the surplus of the schedules A and B. On the motion of Mr. Windeyer, a Select Committee was appointed to -consider the condition ot the 'Aborigines, and the best means of promoting their welfare. An Address was ordered to be presented to the Governor for Certai...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 28 August 1845

"MWkESBllliY fälRIEII " ÄND GENERAI PRINTING OFFICE * wa»si)8<$>i&v j ETTER-PRESS PRINTING of JU every description performed with neatness and dispatch, at Sydney prices, tiatnely, Law Forms, Bill Heads, Cards and Labels, Circulars, Posters and Handbills, &c.,&c.(&c.

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