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

MORETON BA v. In this district settlers «6 fast taking up loca tions, winch when it is considered that scarcely three yea'fa bare elapsed ßince it woe opened, and that the value of its exports in the past year «ras £43)0 Ô, may btt safely ásserteJ to be a flourishing spot. Notwithstanding a considera ble nu tn uer Of persons were lately Sent from Sydney,^ great demand still oxists For labour.for (he supply alluded to was eagerly caught upland srrangemuits are being made amongst tba set: ; tiers to procure a reinforcement, by collecting subscriptions to freight another cirgo from Sydney, i. By the way, an advertisement appears in ¡lie * Sydney papers;olfertng a free passage to Morton, for thij-tyshepherds and watch-men, ap¡ily ut No ^vCburcaMliH. t&tihis be ehuuned-it is the residence of that man who played on the poor and distressed-tho 'IVofold Bay rig j let nut the working man bo buoyed up by the hope that ihisoiferof conveying him to whare work is plenty and wages are goo...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 28 August 1845

fföWMßBÜRY STORES. FÛRTÔÈTNÔTICÈ. ,. TIÄtR. L^BAR MtÍTE respectfully Í.VX informs -intending Bidders for tbeBfl' higtily valuable and eligibly -situated BUSINESS PREMISES in George Street, facing THOMPSON'S SQUARE and WIND SOR WHARF, that ia «ons'íjuence of th* Proprietor. At«. HUGH JOHNSON being obliged to vifit his Statics far in the interior, thedny of Sale cnnnöt yet tfc fixed; On Mr. J 'n retará the AvcrtoNEBn frill not fail to ap point« day, of which dae Notice will be given, (unlessdisposed of by Private Contract in the: wean time.) '?" All enquiries respectieg the same may be made to MR. LABAN WHITE, AUCTIONEER and LAND AofenT,. Edington Cottage. Windsor. j Windeer, 9th July, 1845. Notice« MR. GEORGE SEYMOUR has. ; the honor to acquaint the Public that he will haye ,an Extensive Sala-of Horses and Mates, on (fae 4th ol SEPTEMBER NEXT, at CLARENDON, being the day on which the Agricultural Meet ing is fcéld, amongst which will be offered for «ale that celebrated Filly Boiher't...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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"HAWKESBURY COURIER." THURSDAY, AUGUST 28, 1845. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL,—PROGRESS OF THE SESSION. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 28 August 1845

^LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. -^PRO GRESS OF ^BE SESSION. * *tJp to'lást Ttotófoy feefc^^^ fisión between the Rè^resentalîves -and UM Non-electivesin the Legislative Council ; ' every thing bas gone onsmoolhly j in fact Ht scarcely-could "have lieetfirtherwise from :the nature of the business which tas beer .brought forward, OnThursday, however '.the Estimates came under discussion, arie vwhen the item of Colonial Distillation wai 5 introduced* it appeared from the éxplánatior * of theColoniafTreasurer Inre^ly to a cfues ? tion from Mr. Windeyer, that a reductioi ' in the items on the Estimates for'nex > year arose from the omission of « sum foi * rewards for breaches of the Distillatior ! Laws« The sum voted for that purpose ir r the Estimates last Session was only £300, " which was found totally "inadequate ; anc £ it appeared that £1575 had been expended - and defrayed out of. the amount of dutiei ' collected for Distillation. Mr, Windeyer contended that the sum 'raisédby'Dútiés ôh°Sp...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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GRAND CATTLE SHOW OF THE PENRITH AND HAWKESBURY AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 28 August 1845

*<}RA>íD CATTLE sHÖW .OT Tifia ¿ÉÑRITH AftD BA rPÏÏESBÛR* AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATION. j Tön first Shower this; Association will take place on Thursday next, and as many Visitors are «xpected'from Sydney, Parra matta, Penrith, the Hunter River,and oiher rjlaces, we are satisfied that so numerous a Concourse of all classes the commu nity never assembled on any former occa-y sion in this district. Weare all interested in the success oï the Association, for through its, well-di rected efforts we shall be supplied-with better bread, better beef and mutton, and better butter and cheese. Our improved stock will bring better prices, and industry and good conduct will be promoted through its means. - The people will be broUgbt together--*ld friendships will be strength, ened, and new friendships formed, «mHast though not least-a good lunch and* ca--; pital dinner will be provided, wi$t some - thing"'to wash them down" too. * The -thanks of thetomnraniry afé'düe'to the Honorary Se...

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NEWTON ABBOTT PLOUGHING MATCH. [CONCLUDED.] [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 28 August 1845

ftSWTON ABBOTT PLOUGHING MATCH. {CONCLUDED.] \ *« f hè CÍiurcV' haying béèû received ûrôtfc applause^ .,. v | The Rev. G. W. Wolston returned thanks. lté Baid it was a subject of great gratification to himself and bro-. ther clergymen to witness the efforts of j this association» presided Over as it was j by the Noble Lord,whs was distinguished j not only as one of the oldest noblemen . in the country, but by his active bene- j . volence in doing good. £ Hear* hear, i-.and. cheers); fie was a man, who look j very lively parti ti promoting the well-i being of the humbler classes, and it .|jave itttn and his brother clergymen great gratification to be present to wit ness his kindness towards them. They (the clergy) were placed in a position IO toe able to appreciate that kindness, and nothing was more encouraging to \hose in a 4,epíndent siti^tipn,¿s4ftarí. '? the kihUkvA j$M\i*%X& feeling« pf those above them* (^Îieèrs),^ u Èbû . lo wei them for their ness, because their .cha...

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

POUT l'iHLLlP. (Mr. j. P. Fawkner has been re-elected. 8. member of the Melbourne Tow» Council.--- ! Air I Jak er, a settler of thc Port Phillip district, lost i7(>0 sheep by tha over flowing: of the Cam paspio.-StA NOA KO« Tue NEW MEMBER.-We have good reason to doubt whether Captain O'Connell will avail himself of the Legislative honors lately awarded to him at Port Phillip.-IBID. TUG REVBNCE.-The Sydney journals state that his Excellency the Governor intends pro posing a reduction on the Spirit Duties of fifty per emit., and increasing the dues nn sugar oue half-penny in the pound. The object is to dis courage lue prevalence of illicit distillation and smuggling, which is said to exist to a great ex tent.-IBID. UNPRECEDENTED SALE OF STOCK.-On refer ence to our report of sales effected this week by Messrs. Bear and San, the value of stock ap pears to be on the rapid eticrease. A lot of 155 head of sma'I fat heifers and four and five years old fat bullocks, from the Murray distri...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 4 September 1845

PENRITH AND HAWKESBURY AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATION. AT a MEETING held at Coffey's Hotel. Windsor, on Monday, the 28th April, 1845, for tue purpose of establishing an Agricultural Association in the District of Wind sor, Robert Fitzgerald, Esq , J. P., in the Chair, tho following Uesolutious were passed : - Moved by Captain O'Connell and seconded by J, L' ^carville, Esquire, Pe*^ 4ty*«i*«r«1 A«i»«tó(»Bí, '-nn&ef «Jiè* title of the penrith and Hairteabulf Agrte^uiv ral Aatotjlaiiotf * v- e - 41 -. ' Wared bf J. L. SeoarviH«, «s«*¿Bnu taoonded br Mr Y»»*»»* r* ' ^>w\"> ' 'í*r That « Coméiitteë?be formed vrrtb ?d#ef to «4d co «fcëir cumbers," for the purple of aotn " sting *>Hh tb» Committee bf rf» Penrith ieéoo and giviag eff*bt tt ^ fofofothg ""Ju«»»» Morodby F< BeddeV&q** abd aecaaded by Mr#Atkinson, 4. That the following GmnfffeW«>*» appointed tîW Ju^éètinga *e ueld alternatal/ at Penrith aud mm1*-- ^^iT7s.. -"« ' ;'-!10taiáa^tHOMA8.tjStlB|Jl1r ' ...

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VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 4 September 1845

These ara excellenjt oysters, spul« lady tbr othelr Evening. Indeed, said* friend » 1 aid aub prised to bear you sayéô, for 1'liare observed' jjrou running themdown this half bttur. Io the campaign of ißltf. a distinguished ge neral officer of the French army was .severely ; «rounded in the leg. 3'he surgeons, on consult ing, declared that amputation was indispensable,, The general received the intelligence with much, composure. Among the,persons whp Buirouud- '-. pd him he observed his valet, wno showed by ; his profound grief the deep share which he took in-the melancholy accident. Why dost thou weep, Germain 1 said his'master, smilingly,' to him. It is a fortúnate thing for thee-; you will have but one boot to clean in future. AN INCH ANDAN ELL.-It having been proved' on a trial at Guildhall, that ¡a man's name was' really Inch, who pretended it was Lynch, " 1, see, said the Judge, " the old proverb is veri-\ fled in ibis man ; if we allow him an inch 'be j will take au L " j BEF...

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PROCEEDINGS OF THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. THURSDAY, AUG. 28. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 4 September 1845

QFTHE LEGISLATIVE COUNClt: T^.- THÜRS» AT, A OG. 23. ' . j v The fur the en hhiúgijfiawfyeré furlher consMered io Com* mmtâûvkébfamitie, tonslajtreliln^m1. fmitteej>nd^ *' i j^'tiiuB> 0ilt :was.; also read a sécoaH |tine.#ad; referred io la^Beleot^mmitte»», ^i^iQhructteá|io i^f-^Mà^A^M^Poà farlfbitf au>onth. Vv ";i'-'T'-p1 tV-¿».^. \ TheÍ^>éííá^ jfcer$ -fi^tv4Íral: re'^timmltted, "and some verbal alterations made therein. Having ' been subsequently reported to the4lti»ise, 4twas read a third time and passed ; as was the Bill for the abolition nf the pun ishmént of D<sàth ip Fprgery cases» , ;, \lyl-'- ';,f&iétit, kva, 29. j [ mt, Hamilton obtained leave or absence fora mooth. ? : .:-Theï&lptj!ei. Setireiarjr.ib ansiíef. tp,a^ question from Mr. Cowper stated, that po new instructions had been given, nor waa it the. intention of the (Government to give any relative to the-suspension of the issue Of warrants for the recovery of quit rents, orto j ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 4 September 1845

MRS. DOWNING, relict of tjie late Mr. Thomas Downing, begs respectfully to return her most grateful nek now ledgments to a generous Public, for the timely relief afforded to herself and family, during Ler late bereavement. M rs. D. bas opened a School for the instruction of Children, at her residence, Mfieqnarie-street. wlere she solicits publio patronage aud support, September 3.

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THE TANKARD. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 4 September 1845

fememos Mi|rj^v0r^99|pa<oM ifttnea L % r.-j aft. . ,^.;««4*--a*i.«..tV,.V . i'i'.fc.., . 4:;.1 : i -?ohn swallowed tint » IDC>4JM*> fep, , Jfbjt Joanwitt sm ljte Jobp-t if,. «fr when,her lips «nee touched the «op, Sb« «willed Uli till WM «one. ?Sola otan inved lier to Mtfk fair, ^gtottoneW eliaared ajot:; .Shelored to see th e oigei there, ' ' ? jtad ttarefofto^^ Wben Jolm'founa ell reèoua^w Vain, Ano4b»ftf»mehe|)Ujed.; And where the <mg*Z stood «Offtam, He got tbeidevtf pourtrsjed. ; ? Joaniaw tbe horns ; Joan saw the tail 4 Tf»t Joan AS stoutly quaffed ^ 4üid ever when ehe seized her ale, 45becleared 4t at« draught. 'John stared with-wonder petri6ed^ His hairs rose on bis pate, And " why «test ¿ueste now,*' he cried, At this enormous rata. '*« O John," said she, " sm I to bl »me 3 1 "can't in comcieran stop ; 'For sure 'twould be a burning shame, Cleave ike devil a drop*!"

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 4 September 1845

' " . ,'í. i'::--:' .?.I'= ÄND " 'i'!'- -/':-?.-: ] -mMBRÁt pRwtmç ir MTË^PRESS PROTIN© OÍ JLJ every description performed witîvj neatness «nd dispatch, at Sydney prices J namely^îiaw^ôrms, Bill Heads, Csrdsend] *Labeiu, Circulars. Posters and Handbills,1]

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PORT PHILLIP. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 4 September 1845

PQlirPHlU4P. . ¡ SLATB.-Mr. Mayne has discovered! . a large bed of state in the immediate vicinity,of his.stAtiop at Mount Macedon ' He has obtained permission from the' government to work it. The slate is of a light'colour and quality and is easily ; worked. The cost will be about fí^e shillings per square more than the present price (sixteen shillings .per: ' thousand) of shingles. This slate .can be supplied in any quantity. COLONIAL MA .NUf ACTO as-An inha bitant of Ibis town has recently com- j menced to manufacture horse hair seat ing for sofas, &c, and finds it likely (o prove a profitable employment. He bas constructed a loom on Iiis premises, and can get an unlimited supply of bair at the rate of one shilling .per pound. The article manufactured by this person is superior to that produced in England, as a greater proportion of the latter is : made of whalebone, while the former is woven with the horse hair in a black thread web. This individual works il from eightee...

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GRAND STEEPLE CHASE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 4 September 1845

jGRAND STE tí PL E CHASE. This momentous event came off in due form on Thursday and Friday, at the appointed place-'* Five Dock Farm." The spectators were very numerous each day. At starling, the respective can didates for equestrian honors, either ia priées or broken necks, appeared in ap propriate order-each full of hope, con fidence, and animation. The horses looked all that could be wished, lt would be difficult, perhaps, to select any settled favorite. Each had vs respec tive admirers, but Slasher and Retriever were most relied on. Tile first race was the Harkaway stakes -10 sovereigns each, with 100 sove reigns added, for all horses, 4 years old and under list.-5years old and up: wards 12 stone. Three miles-nine stiff leaps-second horse to receive £20 from er and EflUrief errrr-iwd «harp work; jt cleared altogether by any horse. ;"*rate rider, But lie is a; determined; &irilritt&^^^ set, and was bowlieret? '??' .. =' '. \ TJtç secQBd race, tiie fiurry Scurry' e...

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"HAW[?]SB[?] [?]URIER." THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1845. THE ROADS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 4 September 1845

iE ' M- t & « s jjjiñiMBHi1^ ^E^g^^ i tolween ^^^ofemment and tie TBistrfet j CVmnalsJhe -Hbegwin&f bulhavein many ©teetotal- ' T^ableroütes^nadangeroüfitra «question of the disgTaceM'fétate of the 1 Roads was' again- hw«ght-undèr the «ensi-; deration of4he Council on friday last, in j consequence of Pr.'Tjáñg's motion for an"; Address to the (^vernor^ reiiuesting his .Excellencytd placeon the Supplementary ; .Estimate itit the present year, the sum of £1000 for repairing the bush road from Melbourne JoJYass. \ Mr.Wentworth con ^sidered that¿the motion of the hon. andi rrevd. 'Metpber was partittî and too res Grietea, andlte de^recaieä tb^ isolated sec-. tiona! propositions wlnçft; Jwn. Members were in the habit of ^bringing forward in ? that GcmScil^-ihey wçre%:hte bp!mon^ 'disgusting. He was^ii8^r)s8.ttjicli rater*'' 'ested perliaps m the district pf Port Phil- , lip, as most of. the residents therein, but he did not see why the motion should be ^restricted tö'fhe ...

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PENRITH AND HAWKESBURY AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY'S SHOW OF CATTLE, &c., &c., &c., AT CLARENDON, THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 4 September 1845

PENRITH AND HAWKESBURY JMÏRï CULTURAL SOCIETY'S SHOW Ogi CA VTLE, &c" f&Vf&c, ASP CLAREN ; :sfi&fít: Tíüs j)Á^i - vj ; It is extremelygratifyingto oslo observe ibo preparation? that have ;been mating, duripgthe week togive ecM totbe proceed , tugs of ¿he' Great Cattle-Show -andTleog%. lng ^Matches, which take placé this day, at au «arly hour. 'Allumerons "assemblage ] oí tbe Heaiity Bn8T«sliiotiíoí this and the surrounding districts-iti expected tb -gtácé^ the exhibition lnthiheir|iresèneef4hetebyJ piling up the tnewpre íttf.TOao's^ttjpyment. \ We have seen ^ne jif the ^oo]ety*s Sflver Medals, and consider the wo^niaiasbip. Very creditable to'Mr. fi. ^a^|i§nV of j Sydney. The" device, (skÄimla'hy the] Honorary Secretary), is exceedingly vtó(¡ué and appropriate. On one side is a <>ornu-j copia, from whence proceed Tays,whichfall j on an arable field where the Plough tis at work.and pnderneatb^a^eHive^w^^îUie wot ds ^MBdiMj^l^tgh^ i^'/BÚ^w...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 4 September 1845

BIRTH-At Windsor, on Saturday, 30th August, the lady of Robert Johnston, Esq. (late of Dublin), Solicitor, of a son.

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THE VETERAN. [CONCLUDED.] [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 4 September 1845

THE VETERAN. [CONCLUDED] Troth an he did that thing, says I, longlife to him. An he towld me keep sober, and spoke quite kindly in regard of my suffering for Saint Pa- thrice —an take this letther, says the Gineral, you'll meet my orderly who coming afther me. Give this leather to him, with ordthers to hurry with it to the barracks for Curnel ———. I will Gineral, says I; and do so, my man, says he, and then follow me to the liquor stores, an point out where the men are, says he, an may be I'll give you corporal's stripes. Well, your honour the orderly took the letther and read the direction on the face of it, and he thried to peep inside, but if nothing else was doubled sure an that was doubled safe enough. I'm off, says I, as I turned round to go back again ; and though the orderly was flabbergasted looking at the letther, and then looking at me, yet, blood-an-ouns, but joy danced in my heart when I saw him set off in a jog-trot fot the barracks, and as soon as he had hobsconded ou...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 4 September 1845

informs intending Bidders for «Lese fatriita ; valuable jand veligibh/Jeituated BUSlNK^áj^#Sftíi>.-fa, George Street, facing TnOM gSÖN'g SQfJfVRiE md WIND SOR WHARF, diat ia ^consequence of the! Proprietor, fcl«. BLÏ^iï JOHNSON being ^obliged to vifitbù SMtipns ^;in tile interior, tbe day -of Sal« c arnot yet be ixed. Ob Mr. J'a retara tba A VOTIONBSR frill sot fail to aj>« pointa day, of Which due Notiae will be given: < unless diapeseâ pfby Private Contract in tbe meantime^' >''*.;. t All enquiries respeotiegthe, aaa» may bmnade lo MR. WHll'E, . SUCTION ESR and l am) A«EMT, Edington Cottage. Windsor, VV indser, 9$J«iy, tM& . . rENR ITHaw©MAWK ESBVMf AT á- hÍEÉ^INabf ijieCOtórr: TEE.of ihe aiwye Association, field at Coney's Hotel, WHÍBSOR, on Mop day, tbe.i^^uly, 1845.pursuant to Public !Notieo,-RoB»BirFîT«aERAio, Esq , in the -Cbair, it was Resolved^-that tbe to'nówwg P.Rwes shonld be giyen1 at tW''ÍIj0^GH*; fm MATCH and SHOW OF STÖQK »ti'ri s ASmcUtTT...

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LORD DURHAM. ON MUNICIPAL INSTITUTIONS IN THE BRITISH COLONIES. (From the Australian.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 4 September 1845

.ON MUNICIPAL INSTITUTIONS ÏK ÏH8 BRITISH GOIJON-IES» : %Frim ;iàe Australian.) *ttp ive wanted an Urgumeut to/piiftve* Hflie Utility pf local institutions of this* fßPfl, and of the unfitness of thegeoeô»; -legislature to dead with »local interests, -the proceedings ot the Legistaüve Goun:¡ eil of last week would furnish «úch % proof. The roads and jbnâ^'aH^èri -the colony are qui ' ot;i|(patr ¡ Mf*vJ 'trict Councils, ini obedie'nce.ftp 'i^wjsh| «pf those for whom our coteojpprjary the ATLAS writes, have left lâie care-of the, "roads to the -general legislature, and '-the consequence is, that one member ] v*&tiiß A large sum voted for the roads ? -^Ùiè south; another desires a new road -, to illawarra, a Wird will Jiave a liberall "vote for the Windsor and Parramatta «roads-and¿ above alt* lite members fori! Port Phillip dare not refuse to contend, .«on behalf of their constituents, ¡jj$r'''¿¡ ^afge grapit|«|J^ep^i M |fee roads! in that district. Thus¿ in the absence of, ~4...

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