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Win[?] 3th [?] 1845. IN[?]T[?] HAW[?] BY [?]TURAL ASSO[?] [?] [?] To the Editor of the Australian. (Per fayor of the Hawkesbury Courier.") [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 18 September 1845

Ta thè Edüor of th« Australian. '^M^^t^m^burf Courier.") _ -.-:^"^..-T..._Ä^iJÖ^pajper Kil»ilλWmtl^mè^^v am jreluct tjornpelled to intruàV;»«yBe1>»1n your ns, from my attention being called, to eirbneoos terou) upon a toast, which ema nated from me : and were itnof¿ frpm a de aire;^ww*' always and sincerely wished, that is,to iel the public right, whenever thf re may be * bsse arçemp&tb c*luh>niate |i|lun^BV false colours ; andJnsdtbe-'writer adhered to the trut^ .whicb ia fhi| in stance he séëms to haye wilfully departed from, t should not now. haye had occasion to trouble yoh.'oqr4rohld the sphriouis pro duction have d^^ft^^jh^r'ebl^iani'^ Yet there ara those, #lro assassin tike, willyt tempt to stab io the dark, under the shield of an anonymous ^ cannot wiei^Ifbre clnjb,}will Meth« fabu lous Liliputíons stiele with pins,. . but why not haVe the manliness* 'tb malee a charge if they fancied #.> causai and' give their name. ; ., . . >.v '???}I Should hkfe treat...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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"HAWKESBURY COURIER." THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1845. NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 18 September 1845

-jíUhoügh we deprecate, as much ás'any onp ^ * meetings, coiivprtei for puttie purposes, ... *wemuBt declw &eUer /ro»n' ; '.altèrcaUàk v>hich«nsueë 'ot ffi* ti&Àttèt* [ingratCoffey's Hotel,onSaturday lust, because, whatever had Haste the party * * concerned migltt have displayed, we con * teiée tpë should te g'uâtyi of much worse : Haute in widening the breach Between * those whohave be¿n. friends, «¡nd-¡who, .perhaps, on mutual explanation and con* ' cession, snay*ome more shake-hands, -and ; * forget and forgive. :~

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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[?] [?] [?]. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 18 September 1845

ii* l^ifoaMjàifa%ii9te dVvotîon^to form ^IjTavt ji^ ««rta^^è Vening î Can'vàîfind . bair oreye ';' "s f Like tUe'ScÎoud^of fte tliuader, or foule of ile . " »kyî ' '. .. f ' Here you clbtbei like tlie lilies î Like the night« ^ winds a kies* - J, fc, ? OrlanguaWTike iijminer'á pufeantbem of bliss Oh I « Pilgrim of Mature for «Ferl'l I be*; , * Your city's loo stifling and narrow for me, * Keep your gofd moufdlä: mansions, let Pomp - have bis seat, ; To give him ali'place, I will" gladly retreat j ! From vanity's banquet One guest you may apare, j * Drake, meadow, and wilderness, beeton me j r 5 - _ ;/ j . ' ' ' \\ ~Jfnd nTilgrim of Nature for ever 1*11 be \ * Your city's too stifling.-too narrow for me. . |

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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THE TARIFF BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 18 September 1845

THE TÁÍOTF SILL. .?' ThEpröppsed object'of Uris measure is a deduction of the present high rate of du lies 'on Spirits, for the purpose of putting a ^ s'rjrp to' the practice of Illicit pïgïniajiôti, which ls'carried on to an alarming extent throughout the Colony. In order .lo effect ' this desirable object,-and to annihilate t system, which has a most demoralizing ' effect on thé community, it seems pretty * clear that Stich a'reducjion must lie made Vin: the existing duties, as tb renderit no ? longerworth the while of the illicit distiller or smuggler to run the risk of incurring the penalty of the Law; therefore,' the Amere --reduction of the -duties to one-half 1 their present amouñl,would be tantamount io sacrificing that portion of the revenue T to the encouragement of the use of ardent ^spirits ; for Illicitv Distillation would still Ngo on and the glass of spirits would be saold at a lower rate ; so that instead of .answering any useful end, or contributing to check the one...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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(From Bell's Life in Sydney.) FIGHT BETWEEN CRUMMY AND CLARK THE BUTCHER BOY, BOTH OF PARRAMATTA, FOR TWENTY POUNDS A-SIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 18 September 1845

rF»u»t BdVs Life in Sydney:) FIGHT BETWEEN CRUMMY ÀND CLARK THE BOTCHER BOY, BOTH OF PARRAMATTA,, FOR TWENTY POUNDS A-SID& TUESDAY last was fixed for the decision of the long pending match between Crummy and Clark the Butcher Boy, both candidates for-the Championship of Parramatta. The fight came off' about three miles from Parramatta ; an eligible piece of green sward, in every way suitable for the purpose was found, and the arena formed. Shortly after 9 a.m., Crummy, accompanied by Dan Brien and the Stunner, reached the battle Heid and he threw up his caster in proud defiance. Some little time elapsed before Clark reached the chosen spotjtinder the pilotage of Long Charley and M'Quoid. No time was wasted, and the men having shook hands, prepared foractioiu APPEARANCE OF THE MEN. On stripping, a good opportunity was afforded of estimating the physical qualities of the men, when it was easy to perceive that Crummy was, at least, a stone heavier than his antagonist, who, howe...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 18 September 1845

f ÉTf Eil-^R^S VRÍ NTlpï of 1 li r«y|frjf. déscriptión peiformèd with 'neatness and. dispàtcbj Jtydney prices, be^ n^iöneaV fyáV.á fibular o¿ct fence to that which we are abóalip gi fiübKcttyi does no't happen où jheht| se¿8, whete opportunities are feo r'(t quently afforded tô, ^prîncipléà m tiners of ènrïehing themselves. ÎThe Ss quel of th» tf ansactiofi ts vèty Itia choly, ïn'd, no doul>t> Masters of : Ve »els wHl learn (lieïèfrotà to be Very a ten ti ve to What» passing on bóard Fro "stem td stern." Through want < «pace we have not been àblë to gù it publicity sooner Î howéver, like oth «rticîes oTan interesting natur« wi'ic we occasionallyReject, it hàs taken i place when «n oppof ttiñily was affbrdei MfctÏNY 0Ñ THE " ARIEL.' '?(From thé Hpn¿ £o6# fr*^ï^, A/*y 6 TfiB " Ariel ^ft Amoy da" Saturday Int Ifôtiftà ,Ä'r Wi jportK^th: «boot. ?^QiW :'4<i Jar^ íft )ij>ecíe, <>n bötrd» A t ó o'clock tb afternoon alie wjts off Chapel island j ...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 18 September 1845

: ¥ A.Hl'-BÍÍBB» .vifè.whô Ispenâs maney piôperly/is ils mas ter-}he; who lays it up, ita keeper ; lie whb lovèstt, a fool ; be who fears u,aalarè^ andu» wbö adores lt, on idblnter. Sortie Yèc1:té ha» inVentejä a jie'w kind of idV, callad " the lore letter ink." ttiaf 'sure pre> ventîve against ell oases :of * bmaob nf promise/' as tba ink fade's away and learéa tbs abéet blank again in «bolït four (reeks ofter being Written upon i : An Iriso doctor .advertises In a Óublin paper, that the deaf may'fiear bf bim at hts house ia Mffy »street, where ibis- blind patient's may IM» bim from ten till three. " <Âh !" said a respectable member of tbe Bàr to another ïn Court, "If I had only part of your bre«B 1 should succeed in the profession.'' " Indeedreplied thejgentleman thus addfesaed, "if you hall my gold yon would tequire no brass.*' ' . Í Nothing like, fcgobd whacking, as tba Devil said when he banged bis wife with « le; of multön. . '*. Circumstances alter, oases." ks t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 18 September 1845

MR. LA BAN WHITE bega res: pectfullv tb acquaint, the Public, tbàthe will Submit to eompelitïÔDj about i month hence, some verjr"faltíaMe ALLOTMENTS bf LAND» situate tn that fast thriving ¿ad im; proring part of the Town of WINDSOU, known as. «? RICKERBTS bi COPE'S "J?ÄÖbÖCK, with frontages tb Gàwêfine'etré'ët and .the j Terrace-Particulars ia a future advertisement! Windsor, 10thSeptember.1845 PENRITH AKD rBÀwkBSB#¥ AGRICULTURAL $£BOCIXTIp$. Subscribers of, tbe above Associa tion, will take place at COFFEE'S HOTEL, Windsor,'on, SATURDAY next, the 20th instant, at the hour of 12 at .noon, for the purpose of Establishing the As: sosiation on a Permanent Basis« and for General Business» FRS. BEDDEK, HON. SEC. Windsor, 13th Sep., 1845. * "BATHURST CHfcESE. rp BE undersigned received y esterday, JL< a large quantity of tbeiabove from Penrith, which hg cap strongly recom mend, as it is a f«rst rate Sample. ^ ; :^Q3,..wt^ON^LL,.. ; -j^ATâHëW NO WIAN and Mi; lyjL chacl Gannon,-*...

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PENRITH AND HAWKESBURY AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 18 September 1845

PENRÏTH AND HAWMsfeÖߥ AGRICULTURAL ABSOí|lAftOÑ^ WE perceive by an «dver^pnl^Jtti;kDb)> ther column, that a Meeting* is cálied for Saturday next, al noon, at Coffey's Hotel, to take into consideration the mpatlB requi site for establishing the Society.on. a per manent basis. We earnestly call upon ail who feel the welfare of the district at heart, ; to attend, and lend their aid for the attain ment of so desirable an object. How far it may be found convenient to continúe tn connexion with the Penrith Association, remains to be discussed; for our own parts we must confess, that we did not see that the Penrith folks assisted materially the business of the last Show--and we think that the Hawkesbury, as the oldest and most fertile district in the Colony, is fully 6trong anongh to stand upon its own bottom. At a Meeting of the Members of the Hawkesbury Agricultural Association, held at Coffey's Hotel on Saturday last, for the purpose of auditing the accounts, it appears that after g...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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TRENCH PLOUGHING. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 18 September 1845

TRENCH PLOUGHING. At (lie bist meeting of the Highland Agricultura Society, Mr. Aitchison, Of Dunmore, raad an account bf " Experiments with trench-plough ing" made by J. Proudfoot, Pinkie Hill, near Muiselburgb. Ali*. Proudfoot has been in the practice, for several yé'áre past,of treucb-plougb ing a considerable quantity of land every year for green cropa.and lagt year he trench-ploughed twenty acres The trench plouging consists of one plough gb'ing before and taking a furrow of 6 inches id dept li, and another following to the same fun ow and taking 8 or 9 incbci more, so that together (hey reach a depth of 14 or liv inches, and which is accomplished in just double the time required for common ploughing. The (rench ploughed land requires no working in spring excepting harrowing or rolling before the planting of the potatoes, and it is this non stirring of the soil in spring, which, in M\ Froudfoot'a o, inion, has been (he cause of keep« ing the drought out of bis ground, which is ...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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THE FIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 18 September 1845

'íir-smmGHTm ???? 'botíi appeared for *|)^4ime extremely Mutions, tSIark ledöf/«nd *ua^i .Crummj>kix^ea' .dous Wowon jibe rtgbV'*y|(k-i-Cfunimy ^rushed , in, » '«barp rally, both down, Crummy tinder. Hound '2-On appearing at. the scratch; Crummy appeared with reasonable calóse to Yçmember Cleirer** left,bis r'gbt eye swollen, and- looking jrather ^oibwad-Giailt agein'led. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^Y. ^- 'i ^'' .-^tyoMnro^ati^ Boy-it wort «ghin ; eft* ;<pm*TOanmaveriug, Cta his bead in.' Chancery, and diil ¿ot gel i{ out without paying tbs usual fees, ralhjr, both <ló wn, Crummy .under. ' ; f , . . .'-Rbund i-Crtrmmy evidently distressed, en . devoured by a desperate attempt to turn the bettie in bis favour-a most trëmendona round, nobqiymuch th? best, " ^ttfcWnd ^ut^Cltot^Crommy came up piping like à frog in conVu^siom. The butcher seemed to Think it had lasted long enough , and wen* .'in Evidently' determined "to put on the finisher-* severe rarty which lasted «even .mi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 25 September 1845

0 Tht HAWKESBURY ( ovnicn witt continue to be pub; United every Thursday morning, in Windsor nui Uichmond, and forwarded io all parts of the Country, The terna of SUBSCRIPTION are 5s per Quarter j and Subscribers not resident in either of the above towns, must pay in udvance. The quarters end on fie last 'Thursday in the months ot March, June, September.and'Decembe-,an which dayson'y or previontto the following Monday can resignations be received, which must be accompanied by pay ment of all monies due. The ch ir get for ADVERTISEMENTS are: For the first inch Zs, ; and for every inch of space after, ut the rate of Its. for each insertion ; and the num ber of limes l> be ¡ nblithtd must be written on the face of the manuscript, or the advertisements wilt be continued titi countermanded, Kon-subseriberg must fay the amount previous to the insertion of their udve lisements, %uh ch must be sent before twelve o'clock n.ton, on Wednesday, and a der s to withdraw, not lat.r than M tnday...

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SYDNEY SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 25 September 1845

SYDNEY SHIPHJSG NEWS* ARRIVED* S EPr. 16.-The brig Eliza Kincaid, 306 tons, M"Whister, roaster, from : Hobart Town the 3rd Instant, with part'of original cargo from Bahia. 16 -The barque Juno, 212 tons, Hayes, master, from the Whaling Grounds, with 500 bartels sperm oil. Left Sydney on the lOrh of November, 1844. 17-The brig Essington, 123 tons. Griffiths, master, from t*órt Fairy the §th, Instant, with wheat, barley. &c, : 17.-The brig William 14? tons. Thom, master, from Launceston the 8th, Flinders' Island the 1 Uh. and Twofold Bay ihn 15th Instant, with a general cargo. . 17. -The brig Dorset,82 tons¿ Walsh, master, from Adelaide the 8th-instant, with wheat, flour, &c. 17>-The schooner Lowestoft 114 ton«, Griffiths, master, from Pott Fairy the 9tb Instant, with barley and bark» , : 17-The barque Rebecca. 399 ton?. Clements, master, from Twofold Bay th» 11th Instant, with stores. &c. 18. -The schooner; Terror, 95 tons. Dunning, master, from Auckland the...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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"HAWKESBURY COURIER." THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 25, 1845. THE TARIFF BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 25 September 1845

, . *$JH£ >TÀ&iPF 01 LL. Í *1FHE principle feature JH» theproceedings **f tfoe Legislative ôouiççîl during three, ^ays fef the preceding week, was the ex amiriaUön, beförea Committee of die whole 'House; of several fitnesses with regard to ' thc probable result of carrying «ut the ob ject of the Tariff lBiïi ; '' ki other words, "^whether Ihe reduction of the*duties on Spirits to one-half their ¿present amo'unt, ftc&t?be carried "out, ^without injury to the 'morals *arid temperate habits of the zorn *nmnity on the one hand, and withdul loss Ho the Revenue on the other. In our arUcle on lhis~Subject last week, we ex-j pressed our opinion, that cany reduction in 1 the duties that fell sbort oT eventually an- i >jHhilat*ng Illicit Piäillatiön and Stóug-^ * glHig, ^ifould be wôrstftKéh1 üseless s lSe ^cauío'whilst* it caused "à dedication in wie' .Revenue, '.it wotftdisliH àllowlbi demoral iizihg*sys,'em ÓT contraband traffic in spirits 'to go on,'which will assure...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 25 September 1845

Z1$$8Ül?B- AND HAWKESBURY ÍAGRICULI URAL ASSOCIATION. \.^lt>^Cfi'1iÍÚMeVy' . given, that the ,;111 GENERAL MEETING of*the .. Subscribers of the above Association, -advertised to behejd on the 20th Septem: - ber instan^/for the purpose of establish: '-^n^ù$* "ásssbéiátíoh on a Permanent 'P^M^hd for General Business, Vands r^T^^fij^er t^rc^xtinp,, .^pn, which day at . ¡ t{je 4tour oAtwelve Molock-*t noon, at -COFFEES HOTEL, Windsor, the' 6«b scribers are particularly requested to attend.-Windsor, Sept. 22nd, 1845. T FIlS.vBtíilOeiC, - "- ? HoxV Sip». ^ ¡tf APPftEtfTÎCË to lite COACH JTX BUILDING TUADE. Apply to f EDWAßBf GATES, ,, 1-, George street, Windsor. N. B.--Gigs inade to Order, Bbuaht, fold* or Exchanged. For Sale br Ex change, a single bodied Ph« lon. ' BÁTHUáfiT GHEESEiäJ ? THE! undersigned rfecbiVd yesterday, a large quantity of the aboye from Penrith, w hich he can sfrongly recom mend, as it ts a first rate Sample. Windsor, Sep. 17, 1845. ; , Ai Meter* Mahony s MetiSenc...

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DREADFUL CATASTROPHE AT YARAMOUTH. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 25 September 1845

DREADFUL CATASTROPHE- AT -YARÂJQUTJÎ. U *ïf oùr publication of the wèek bel ^Jaati imder the heading--English N ~~we mentioned the falling of íheí * pension Bridge ht Yarmouth, occasi **ing a lamentable' loss bf human life This; week we,present our readers v l^he particulars of the occurrence : , u One pf the -most calamitous <;v< - whíclí èVer.befei the town of Yarmot * or áñy 'other ldísiHct jjf the Mtingdt has just spread làfnenlâtion and g * throughout the entire population. '{ scène" bf 4 this diWdful^vent was* suspension "bridge bri íhe North Qu ' crbÈsing the/ivèt Bíirer;and which I _ been the eri^anceto die tonn from *" Railway terminus, and the new " rc irom Acle. ' Cooke's equestrian corirr ny has been for sonríe time staying the town, and.on the morning ofFrid ' it was announced by public hand-bi! that Nelson, one of the clowns, wot i sail up the river Bur«, starting frc Yarmouth bridge to Vauxhall garder at five o^clock, in a common "wasliin " tub, ...

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To the Inditor of the Hawkesbury Courier. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 25 September 1845

To She Inditor -nf the Hawkesbury Courier, DEER SIB, If i be prisumsious i bigs pardiitg butt koo win your dumbs bes for the ewes of the publik, i tack the libertie pf dressing you ; i dont no wen i see any thing jnore twrraaMe tban the litter, of .^auster 'Qdell,, êsaùir??; he jg;^ m^n of sperrt, be says he Ss a worse newspaper correspondent-so he ra. and it must be . very, noisome for him to intrude hiself ¡ tho* he do intrude, i liices « man that, taks proper notice ti'things ; and I'm glad he meutiùned ihat 8/?ttWóus)t?rorf«cfion at the dinner o*cöürse he luded to the fait man from somewhere aboat Penrith it did dis* -grace the columns of the tables, i don no what he means about the^ctab* if*here be any.club Toi medin Windsor i should like to nd'it-but i should like to see them ere Lillipotons charging with pins^âièpsaust look lik%>a tot o'little Horse Dragons, t respect Cs ptain O'Connel as much atimr. >0dell, *squM do{ arid am soYry h! wa« drank With all ?the bonetirs, h...

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[?] [?]UNE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 25 September 1845

t$oiiw%90* no *»»t.*or uount tuen» Meit, . l ill wealth bad cumbered o'er their path ; With terns h* dreaded the « low-coldhreast t Tbatnofond he^rtheufealhUboth,. ".For me¡ fill tip no costly cup; £bld could not keepîay 1i*ari from roving s ' tînt, if t»Y aught they can he bought Ob let me taste tba joys of loving.

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