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SYDNEY NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 9 October 1845

SYDNEY NEWS> ' y.. ^_ Ott Monday Itfst; a Public Mee\înfc%es> held at the City ineatVe, ¡Sydney, the Rights Worshipful the Mayor,in the Chair,foY the. purpose of adopfiug a Petition to the House ] of Commons, .praying that, corn sud flour, the produce of the .Australian Colonies,, might be admitted duty free into tbeUuited. \fci n gdom.-Aiisträtton. COLONIAL NAVAL ARc'toTEc¥üRK.«-vV'e last week visited à vessel, which is . an ex cel rent specitrT¿y^ the sjfîpwrighta art; the craft we aííudeítols hamed the PñmÜti aníl owned by Dr ïàttle-she bas been, built by Mr. Barclay, at Ebeneser Wharf off which she now lies. She was con structed most expeditiously, less than, three months being occupied from the time of laying down her keel till she was com pletely finished and launched ; she has been built expressly for the L-ake Mac- , quarte trade.is about 50 tons measurement,; copper bottomed, and .fastened in the best i style, And is «aid to bea model for vessels ; intended for bar ha...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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ORIGINAL POETRY. (FOR THE HAWKESBURY COURIER.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 9 October 1845

' *HiM¿9#r* H»»k««Jbii^ wsterslBo*, riio»É)iiô*it«td»wyi,r^>- ... t - ' ^oweweetiflsat «rvninkVVbor; * To yield the ilt«n to fancy's power ; Ter fiad forfisVise within tte breast, * ©f those wèîd*e-and love ile best. , ' Shall absence roakecur love decay, ' Or distance walt u*io»e forms away ; ^ Obi np the absent still appear. ^Though dislaatïîioy-in thought are near. ¿ And there is one whose form imprest ,'For erer lives withlâniy bre»st¿ Whose image grsyen on my heart, * ' Cac never from my breast depart; ,-And could I malte that loved'ono wine, whose image ¡8 to me divine, , Wy cares would vanish and my grief, Would find in her a full relief. . . Tondj^t watch "those waters glide, AB t sit on their .verdant side, " For BS they How they puss where dwells. The oííe for whom'my bosom swells. * Fondly I tninV that she may see. The'tide that now is passing me, _ And as I think the crystal tear, Droops in that silver tide for her. . And could I give that tear a tongue, Tovell my lov...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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PROCEEDINGS OF THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, SEPT 30. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 9 October 1845

PROCEEDINGS OF THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL* TUESDAY, ÜVEPJ?. 30. THE Speaker read to the Council three Messages from his Excellency theGorernor, the first of which proposed an amendment to the Impounding Act by the addition of two clauses :-the -second contained a noti: fixation that the Petition of the Council to the Home Government for the extension to the Colony of the benefits of the arrange ment under which mails are conveyed by steam to India and China-had been for warded to Eng1aud,and that his Excellency had added his humble prayer thereto. The third Message recommended that sums for defraying the Police and Schools ejp; 1 4 third timep«n Ott. .3rd. : , \ / ( -^^êwtm^ê iw> Standing Orders were --itiree|b'd^:;:ré^órt''-oil the best mode of providing professional assistance in the preparation of Billa recommended to ^ the consideration of the Council. , r Addresses weie voted to hi« Eteellency for returns relative to deductions from the emoluments of Bchoolrnasters ; Duties of ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 9 October 1845

TO STAND FOR THE SF. A SON, At Messrs. Mahonys Residence, Pitt Town, sole owners. mm SAINT Jinn, YOUNG SAINT JOHN was got by the celebrated Saint John, ¡rn: ported by Air James Wood, who e stock stamin unrivalled. Young Saint John is f ur years old. stands 15| hands high, colour bright buy, with black points, bis dam. Mr. Loci's cele brated racing blood mare,«ud own brasher (out of the said daib) to Up Hatard, which won a priie on Killarney Race Course. His last year's stock may now be Viewed at the residence aï Messrs. Mahony. Ti\iMs-One Pound Ton Shillings each More. No Groomnge. Payments to he made on the 1st day of January, 1646 , N B. -lt is necessary to stale ttiüt Young Saint John will be limited toa few mares only. 110 S'J AN I), this Season, at Cf, A RUN DON j , »?ar Windsor, the thorough bred Stallion Bred by the Inte Mr¿ Charles Smith, grit by Emigrant out of Fairy ; Fairy by Peter Furn, ont of Lowrena, by Smolensk©, ont of Hoity Toity j Peter Finn by Old Whalebone } Bini...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 9 October 1845

VARIETIES. FREAK OF NATURE -A child in Pennsylvania born, in tbe iris of whose eye may be traced the following words ;-" No effects." I EFFECTS CF THE NEW TARIFF.-French rolls may now bp had at a penny a piece, the duly being reducid on Plaster of Paris. POLITICAL ECONOM Y.-- A member of Parlia ment eau always get a eood dinner with a bottle of wine for nothing. Me has but to watch the public meetings or charities at the Freemasons' Tavern, and send into the committee his it-itwls, M.P. An indignant speech will be the only expense the dinner will cost him ; and he em save this if he chooses, by putting his name down for £b0, and forgetting to pay it. FEATIIRUED TOUMTS -The migration of birds in tlic middle of October is very re-, mark ab Ie ; and it is said that the popular ex clamation, My gracious !" or " nii-grucious," is derived from the circumstance. l'inociTY OF AN ELLP.IAKT.-lt is impossible to imagine the ferocity of the e'ephunt when he is excited to revenge. The melancholy...

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 — 9 October 1845

SYDNEY SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVED. SKPT. 30.-The schooner Sir Johre Franklin, 52 tons,Campbell, master, from Auckland the 9th, Kawau the 12th. and the Bay of Islands the 15th instant, with copper OfeV gum, fife." Oct. 4.-The schooner Scotia, 68 tons, Ward, master, from Port Nicholson the lith ultimo, with oil,<Stc. 5.-The Government brig Governor Phillip. 188 tons, Handley, toaster, from Hobart Town the 28th Ultimo. 5-The brig Christina. 126 ton», Saunders-, master, from Port Phillip the 24th instant, with sundries. ! SAILED. SEPT. 29 -The schooner Thomas Lord, Broughton, master, for Auckland, with sundries. 30.-The schooner Elizabeth, Johnson, i master, for Auckland, with sundries. 30 -The ship Robert Pulsford. Caldwell, master, for New Zealand, with part of original cargot 30-The barque Franklin, Willett, master, for Hobart Town, with Government stores. 30.-The schooner William, Freeman, master, for Moreton Bay, via Newcastler with sundries. OCT. 1.-The brig Dorset, Walsh, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 9 October 1845

GENERAL PRINTING ÔFPÏCE, LETTIiîl-PRI^S PRINTING of every description performed willi neatness ánd dispatch, at Sydney prices namely. Law Forms, Bill Hteads, Cards and Isabels, Circulars, Posters and Handbills, &c, &c.,&c. ,

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Original Correspondence. To the Editor of the Hawkesbury Courier. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 9 October 1845

Original Correspondence. To Ute Editor of the Hawkesbury Courier. SIB,-Having read in ea American pa per the British Colonist,") the following article, headed «» ODD -FKLLOWS," dated March 14,1845, ïïhould feel much'obliged by vdur iuserting it in your columns. 1* remain. ShYvour obedient servant. A SUBSCRIBER. Windsor/8th Oct. " ODD FIÍLLOWS.-ïfèriy fhing were wanting to exalt the order of Odd Fellows in public estimation, it would be found in the procession which attended the funeral of PáUl Roux, who was murdered at Now lin's Hotel, in this city, on Sunday night; last. He dame to Baltimore a stranger, put up et a hotel, and was basely mur dered in his bed, BB is'supposed, by a fellow lodger. In his trunk was found » certifi cate of his belonging to the Society of Odd Fellows fa Georgia. This certifícate waa r a certain passport tb the feelings of tile - fraternity in this city, who'immediately took bis corpse into their care, provided , everything thing necessary for Its decent, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 9 October 1845

SALE BY AÜCT IO N. TOWN A N D C Ot!J* TU Y PROPERTIES. Two Acres Twenty Perches, Toutm of Richmond, with Home thereon, .now used as a Presbyterian Church. Thirty Acres, County of Cook, near the Grose Uiver, Kurrajong: Tiree Hundred Acres,County of'Hunter, ' at the confluence ' of the Hunter and Goulburn Rivers. Tt/fR. GEORGE SEYMOUR has JVJL the honor to announce, that he has received instructions fi oin the Proprietor, to Sell by Public Auction, on J5AIUR DAY, the 18th instant, at Mn. WALTER BLANCHARD'S, White Hart Tun, WIND SO R,^at 12 o'clock, LOT No. 1. L-.-^IV:. - ^WN . 0'F RICHMOND. " " In one or four Lots, ?2 Aeres and 20 Perches, more or lessrCoun ty ef Cumberland, Parish ot Ham Com mon, Town of Richmond, allotment No 7 of seerion 9, bounded on the north west by Lennox street, being a line bearing east 20J degrees south % chains 60 links ; on the south-east by East Market street, being a line bearing north 18f degrees east 8 chains 27J links ; and on the north-east by March ...

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CAPTAIN STURTS EXPEDITION. (From the South Australian Register.) [CON[?]] [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 9 October 1845

CAPTAIN STURrS EXPEDITION. {Ffùtn íhú South Australian ítcgisláf.) Tiie horizon was unbroken by a single mound, from north round to north again, and it was as level as that of the ocean.} My view to- the north extended about eight miles; but I did not venture to compass that dis: tance, only perhaps to have overlooked a similar heart rending and desolate scene. 1 turned my back therefore upon it, and returned to the cart, and the next day pursued on tu ihe water holes, which I reached on the lôih, at sun-set, willi great difficulty. On coming to this water hole, I had kept to the left of my former line across the ranges, and I had observed that a creek, which 1 had been led to believe exhausted itself in the plains to the east ward, did not really do io,brit continued with some promise, to the westward. Tjiis creek I desired Flood to examine .during my absence.and he now informed . me that he thought il worthy toy fur^ ther scrutiny/ 1 therefore left ^ôsèpli willi the curt, and taki...

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"HAWKESBURY COURIER." THURSDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1845. MASTERS AND SERVANTS LAWS CONSOLIDATION BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 9 October 1845

MASTERS Atfï) SERVANTS V íLAWS CÖNSOiilBATION. játtr. --- I * A VERY important measure bas recer ' been introduced io the consideration the Legislative Coun'cl by Mr. Murr -being" A Bill to amend and consolid the Laws' between Masters and irerva r io New South Wales " lt conta twenty nine clauses, six only of wlrch to Friday last have been passed iii Co 'jnittee; and if tt'è may judge from I ' discussion which took place thereon will be a most stringent law, both as gards the employers ,$nd the employed. ? By'the 1st clause *¡the Act 4th Vic ria, No. 23, to ensure the fulfilon of engagements, and» Ho provide for 1 " adjustment of disputes between Mast and Servants tn this Colony-is repeal« The second çîàuse; Chichi provides for l " summary decisioni bf 'Justices aridempo ' era ttoem to^î^xid^^tîsfactibn; ? awe ' damages and costs, or imprison in defa " ofpfeyintent^Wto,'^]^ só'me'tlíscussic ^postponed tor further consideration, I * tiré other clauses haá been gone throbs The third c...

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PARRAMATTA QUARTER SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 9 October 1845

PARRAMATTA QUARTER SESSIONS. The sittings of thia Court commenced on Wednesday, 1st instant. The first business transacted by the Court was the hearing an important claim hy Messrs. Nichols, Thurlow, Johnson, and Martin, to be heard as Counsel for prisoners, which they main tained they had a vested right to, on the ground of a reported late decision given bv C. J, Den man, and by the wording of the Prisoners' Counsel Bill. Both the Crown Prosecutor and Mr. Purefov, who were present, opposed such,, and contended for the rights of the Bar,'admitting that the Court could heartburn when no Hams ter was present, bot tn the event of any being in attendance, they had exclusive audience. The argnments on both sides and which occupied up ward e of four hours, were most able, and when ' the Bench returned into court after an hour's absence, the Chairaran stated that the decision i arrived at was, that for this sittings the At tar ries present should he heard, and at ali future sittings, if no...

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THE TARIFF BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 16 October 1845

THE TARIFF BIOL. Ova readers will perceive that tbeXïo vernment have abandoned «he Tariff du ties on Wheat, Tea, Sugar, etc., and have reduced the duty on Colonial Spirits to 3s. 6d ..per gallon ; on Imported Rum, Whiskey, and Arrack to 4s. 6d. ; and on Imported Brandy, Gin, and Cordials, to 6s. * We rejoice to learn that there ts every probability that tbat enterprising Travel 1er, Dr: Leichardt, is still in existence, and th prosecuting his noble*votk,*".with every prospect of final success. The Australian of Tuesday morning contains the Journal kept by-Hodgson, Esq , dining bis re cent journey to ascertain the fate of the Dr., and from -indubitable testimony that Gentleman proved that the various reports Jof the Doctors death were without founda tion, and that he had proceeded far beyond those localities mentioned as the places where his death 'had ¿taken .place. The publication of tua composition entitled *' Leichardt's Grave," by Mr. Nathan, the eminent composer and musician, a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 16 October 1845

TER MS. The terms of SUBSCRIPTION are 5s. per Quarter j and Subscribers not resident in either of the abott towns, must pay in advance. The quarters end on the last Thursday in the months of March, Jwiè, September and December, on which days only- or previous to the following Monday can resignations be receive*!, which must be accompuniedjfry pay ment of alimonies due. The charges for ADVERTISEMENTS are; For the first inch 3s. ; and for every inch of' space after, ut the rate cf ls. for each insertion ; and the num. ber of tim s to be ¡ uUishtdmust be written on the face nf the manuscript, or the advertisements will be continued till countermanded, Son-subscribers must fay the amount previous to the insertion of their uiive tisements, wh ch must be sent before twelve o clock tumi, on Wednesday, and orders ta withdraw, not luUr than Munday evening,or they cannot be ölten./< d to. WINDSOR '.-Printed and Published ¿y O. A. ßagar, at the Oßce of THE HAWKESBURY COURIER, George...

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PROCEEDINGS OF THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, OCT. 7. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 16 October 1845

PROCEEDINGS ÖFTRE XEGÍSLA.TJTVB COUNCIL, j ^TUESDAY, OCT. 1. Patrick Grant, Esq., took tba Oaths and his seat as Member for the No rt humber-" land Boroughs. A Bill to amend an Act to define the -qualifications of Medical Witnesses, -was read a first time. v Dr. Nicholson mored,-That this Coun cil having taken into consideration the île port from the Select Committee appointed to inquire into and report upon the best means for reviving Immigration, adopts the. following Resolutions ¿-1st. That it ap pears to this Council.that there is, through-r out the Colony at the-present moment, a very-inadequate supply of labor for pastor- j al and agricultural purposes, and that this ! deficiency is soon likely to ba felt to a still ! greater extent ; and that the effects, both j immediate and prospective^ this deficien cy must be, to retard th» genera! prosperity ] of the colony, and by an increase in the rate; i of wages, materially tó'áffect the producf : tion of its -staple export-Wool. 2n...

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THE ODD FELLOW. [?] [?] OF REAL LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 16 October 1845

^VbUe TíutD «otemÍ»>a by deceit or gui £Beams wtív*i^iant|iropy s^Wrt-oheeri emile. " . ' 'Mr. 'Joshua^Mai^ham was a ^Briti ^merchant of the good old school ; t had commenced his career upon « am capita), and i»y pursuing la course i honest industry Àad amassed a com - derable fortune, a portion of which . was everready with " a hand open - melting charity," to distribute to t wants and necessities of his strfieri > fellow-creatures. Hospitable withe % profusion-generous without ostentati -frugal without meanness, and pio without parade. Mr. Markham w - esteemed and 4oved by a numerous ein of acquaintances. He had, as soon *? his affairs began to wear an aspect prosperity, taken to himself a wife, w was in every respect a fitting mate I *him, «ud this happy union was bless by an only child, a" fair daughter who "vasat once the pride and the coi fort ol' ber doating parents. Jane Markham was indeed a chan ing girl. Without being strictly bea liful, alie possessed charms suffici...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 16 October 1845

SALES BY AU CT ION. M OTIC B Under a Distraint for Rent. Bowman v. Smith. TO be Sold by Anction, on FRIDAY next, the 17th October instant, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon, at the Public Pound kept by Mr. JONIS, at tho NI?PEAN, m the District of Evan, near Penrith, 4 Valuable Mârës oné a bl¿6d "Mare, with a foal by her bide 1 Valuable Working Horses. li. SHERRIFF, BAILIFF. Windsor, Oct. 13. NOTtCK. MR. GEORG IS SEYMOUR will Sell by Public Auction, on TUESDAY- next, ilia 21st instant, at the WINDSOR WHARF, at 1*2 o'clock, a very neat and compact Built VESSEL capable of carrying (400) four hundred Bushels af (jrain. She is ¡22 feet in the Keel, 8 feet in tho Beam, and three Peet ó inches in the Hold. The above VESSEL is well worthy the attention of persona trafficking; on the Hive; Hawkesbury. She will be Sold without any Reserve Windsor, Ootober 15

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SYDNEY SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 16 October 1845

SYDNEY SHIPPING NJEWS. ARRIVED. OCTOBER 9-The schooner Afunford, 16.5 tons, Orr, master, from Singapore the 24th M av, Manila, 25th June, and £,<>mbocir, Wih August, with tea, sugar, ito 9-The schooner Comet, 106 tons, Cork, ; matter, from Port Nelson the 26th ultimo, with oil timb'T &c 9-The steamer Sovereign, 119 tons, Capo, master, from Moreton Uay the 5:h instant, with wool, &c 9-The steamer Meilland, ICS tons. Parsons, maBtpr. from Port Macquarie, with wool, &c 12-The cutter Royal William,:43 ton«, Lovett, master, from Port Nicholson the 14th, aud Nelson the 24th ultimo, with timber, ito SAILED. Ocrrnen 7-The barque Graham, Monro, ' master, for London, with colonial produce 12- The brig Louisa, Million, master, for Hobart Town, with sundries 13-ILe American buque Levant, Russell, master, fur the South Sea sperm fishery, willi sperm oil 13-The steamer Sovereign, Cape, master, for Moreton Bay, with sundries.

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