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SONG OF AUSTRALIA. "Sung with unbounded applause by MR. STEPHEN TUCKERMAN, at the Agricultural Dinner on the 4th Sept: AIR—"WHAT YOU WILL." [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 30 October 1845
v odtural Dinner Äg*r»" AîU-^« WHAT Y00*WUjI».T born . -: /And &lt; friendship flrfch ífcawnony, TOeHowft tue soul ": ? ? ' * * ' ' * Of esetfgnest *by ^bsjeejmsencestbu.bwqnet. ft graced, - " ">: M «y . f«t rioVewavar«p¡rit each boseor infuse £ .Wi üeilieMDoT Auttralia benignaatly^ieWs, - * A spirit direoted'to prosper* soil, .Which way yet crewuvwith plenty brr progeny^ toil. I *&lt;r.fluuriib, Australia, Australia advance. CHORUS-Ó Äourish Australia, ¿co. J 'May tbe> Plough and Ute Harrow, tbe Sickle and'] Flail. ¡ Reward our exertions-and hopes'-ne ver fail- .: lo this land that it chosen snd~6Ked>as a-Lome, »' Wty our pastures tn riohaeas «nd verdure; increase. 'Plenteous food for «ur herds, while improving; «urfieece, ' And (be palm, other nations did wandering 'boast, à'ield to whet may yet float from Australia's proud coast, Aud strengthen our motto-Australia advance. CBORDS-And strengthen ounmotto, ¿cc May tbe ©retard in fruit, end the garden in dow...
SYDNEY SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 30 October 1845
SYDNEY SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVED. OCTOBER 21.-The barque Leander, 290 tons, Millman, master, from London, the Downs, the 20th June, with merchandise. 23-The brig Marianne&t Hobart Town, 285 tons,Lindsay,tnaster, from the Whaling Grounds, with black oil ; left Hobart Town the 17>h March last. 27.-The barque Fortescue, 306 tons, Pellatt, master, from Launceston the 23rd Instant, with merchandise. 2?.-The Atnericau ship Canada, 545 tons, Topham, master, from à whaling voy age, with 3,400 barrels black and 400 barrels sperm oil ; left New ßedford, January 1st, 1843. 27-^The steamer Maitland, 103 tons, Parsons, master.from Port Macquarie, with sundries. SAILED. OCTOBER 21-The barque Clarkstone, Nickson,master,for the South Sea fishery» with stores, &c. 23--The barque Oicviot, Mansfield, .master resumed her voyage, for the whaling grounds. 23. -The schooner Marian Watson , Richards, master, for the South Sea Islands, wifh missionary stores. 24, -The brig Union, Grainger, m...
MRS. CAUDLE'S CURTAIN LECTURE. Mrs. Caudls has been to see her dear mother. Caudle on the "joyfl occasion" has given a party. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 30 October 1845
JÜTr«. Gaudîfi has been to tee f&r dear mother. Oiudhon:t^uJot[fulvceagionn fiat given a party, - ,.., 1, "Ir is hard, I think, Mr. Caudle, that can't leave home for a day or two, but tí house must be turned into a tavern : tavern ?--a pothouse 1 Ves, I tboug] you wanted to get rid of me forsomethinj or yon would not have insisted on ui staying at dear mother's all night. Vc were afraid i should get eold coining hom I were you ? Oh yes, you can be tery tende ! you can, Mr. Caudle, when its suits yoi own purpose. 'Yes ! and the world thin! whet a good husband you are ! I onl ! wish the world knew you as well as 1 di that's alf ^ but it shall, some day, I'm di ' tennined ¡ " I'm sure the house-will not be swei ; for a month. All the curtains are poisone with smoke) and, what's more, with th filthiest smoke I ever knew. Take *ei down then t Yes, it's all very well fe you to say, take 'em down ; but they wei only cleaned and put up a month apo but a careful wife's lost upon you,...
"HAWKESBURY COURIER." THURSDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1845. MASTERS AND SERVANTS LAWS CONSOLIDATION BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 30 October 1845
THURSDAY, ^OCTOBER ^G, 1845. MASTERS AiíOSFltVANtS LAWS CONSOLIDATION BTLL. J THIS measure was again considered in Committee on Tuesday, the 2lst instant,' and the remaining1 clauses disposed of. The Committee will probably sit again on Tuesday, the 28th, for the consider ation bf those clauses which ¡have been posponed. The 15th clause was'the first brought under the consideration of the Committee on Tuesday, the 21st. It provides that servants when entering1 into new etigage men s, shall deliver to their-employees a certificate of discharge from last service. The 16»h and 17 th clauses impose a pe nalty of £10 for giving «falsè certificates or discharges ; and clause 18, a penalty of £-20, for receiving, employing, or en tertaining servants, already engaged. Clause 19, referring to thc jurisdiction of Magistrates, was postponed* The 20th clause enacts, that in prosecuting for Of fences under the Act, it shaft-not be ne cessary to call attesting witnesses, or to prove the handwriti...
PROCEEDINGS OF THE LEGIS[?] COUNCIL TUESDAY, OCT. 21. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 30 October 1845
Self ci &lt;í^ittee>o Mr. GmntJ to be beard by ^puncil ' against the ißttb clause of the DjstUlatioh Acts Amendaient. Bill :«-Frbm Penrith Mid , JBfojw pains .against, i:he padings o^usseH#epeM Bridge Bill, and that .3 Bridge may; erected where ¿he r0Q?é&mfst¡t .pant-^pWi pijes ,;-J!F/bin .^he Hebrew Congregation of Sydney, praying assistance in t^he U^ui-^ dation of a debt-incurred inj building Tfhe Synagogue, ; 'also, an annual sum as 'a stt ?pendfor a'Je wis% Minister of Reíig'ioé^^--; From David Dunlop, praying the Council to take such steps as they may deem ne' " cessary in conséquence pf his having re ceived notice that! his office of Police Ma gistrate at the Wollombi and Macdonald River District'would be discontinued after the end of the current year. . The Lien on Wool Act Repeal Bill was ' considered in Committee and adopted : as were nlso the Cattle Mortgage Registra tion Bill ; the Dead Wood Bill, and the " Scabbed Sheep Travelling Prevention Bill* The...
REDUCTION OF DUTIES ON SPIRITS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 30 October 1845
REDUCTION* OF DUTIES ON SPIRITS. IT will be seen that his Excellency has sent down the Tariff Bill-as the A ct for tlie Duties on Spirits is still called-to the Council for amendment, his Excellency considering objectionable the difference made by the Council in :hat Bill with regard to the duty on spirits manufactured in tlie Í olony, and others imported in'o iî.^'l he object cf the proposed amend ment is, ll al the " duties shall, during cudi fud evety case to one-half of the duty, now chargfeable by iajroh (he same spi-; riis j*' then^t ci^fch will bfe, «hat Co.' i lonial spirits-whether Brandy, Bum or" Gin-will pay the same duties respectively as those spirits would do if imported. > A considerable discussion ensued'in the Council on this subject,when the Massage of his Excellency was taken.inlo consider" ation ; Mr. Jáowecontendiug^hat accord ing toltbe meaning attached to the differ entiaHuties in Lord "Stanley's despatch, it was the amendment of his Excellency and' not the...
Original Correspondence. To the Editor of the Hawkesbury Courier. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 30 October 1845
Original Correspondence« To thé' Editor of the liàwkeabiiry Courier, SIR,-lt being rumoured that the Mem bers of the " Untied Loyàl Hawkesbury Lodge"'' of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows contemplate baringa Concert id this Town, for tile purpose of establishing a Widow and Orphans' Fund for their Lodge, which will embrace the available, talent of the vocal and instrumental per formers in Sydney. I do sincerely hope the1 Members of this Nrible Order will carry out (.should such be their intentions,) this truly Christian source of raising a fund for the benefit of those who are ever dear td us-the widowand the fatherless children. - Tt is seldom a Concert of any note has been given in this town. It is an amusement in which the fairer sex always feel a particu-a lar pleasure in honoring with their presence. In this instance (hey would feel a far greater, us it is for a truly philantto* ' phic purpose. - The sud Jen and dreadful changes this colony has undergone within these last f...
THE HAWKESBURY MEDICAL REPOSITORY. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 30 October 1845
I THE HAWKESBURY MEDICAL j REPOSITORY. THIS splendid Repository, we understand, will he opened on Saturday next, the 1st November, on the extensive Premises be longing to Thomas Tebbutt. Esq., in George street, by Mil LABAN WHITE, 'BS- j sisted by Mu. C. A. DiBDiN, the clever1 manufacturing Chemist and Druggist, who has retired fioin his ovvu establishment to attach himself to this. Every aiticle connected with the Repo sitory, is very handsome, and (he Dings and Chemicals are all of first-rate descrip tion. ftlu. WHITE has added to the Repository a General Grocery Establishment, where his friends will hud the choicest Foreigu Fruits, Spices, &c, &c , in great abundance. Few gentlemen in the district are better known aud more respected than Mr. WHITE and we are certain his new Establishment will be extensively patronized. We wish him every success. - *? -
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 30 October 1845
]M R. W. G. BURG TS has received instructions to Sell by Public Auction, on SATURDAY N EXT, the 1st November, precisely at ll o'clock, without fhe least reserve, .at Mr. Richard Ridge's, the following Cattle, the property of the late G. i\ Wyatt, Esq. .10 Fat Bollock*. 20 Head of very superior Cows. .10 Steers ; also Heifers and Calves. '.APTESL TAR ABOVE, Three excellent Draught Mares, Gig and Harness, Furniture, ChalT cuttiog Machine, an allotment of Land in the Town of Richmond, opposite Mr. William Towns ; and a variety of other saleable properties. The'Cattle will be bold in Lousia suit purchasers. -Windsor, Oct. 29. To the Inhabitants of Windsor, Richmond, and the .Districts of the Hawkesbury in General.. iL AB AN WHITE, MOST respectfully acquaints the Inhabitants of the above Dis tricts, that he has resumed his former Profession of PRACTICAL CHEMIST, con nected with the GENERAL DRUG BUSINESS, To mhich he has added the OIL, GROCERY, AND ITALIAN WARES, In those extensive Premis...
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 30 October 1845
SOUTH AUSTRALIA. Orjn AdelaiJe papers extend to the 1st Instant. One and all regret the appoint ment of Capt. Grey to the (Jovernment of New Zealand, lt is stated that his F.K celjency made a request to the Home Go vernment to remove him to a colder climate more than eighteen months ago The laying on of the Waterwitch " for Hongkong direct, by Messrs. C. and F. J. Beete, is a very important sign of the tunes ; and we may venture to say, that if the shippers are true to themselves au i prove true to the colony, by sending only such products as shall be of un. deniable qualiiy, the results of this effort to ex tend our commercial relations will be m-ire im: portant than any which have preceded them.. Che beneficial consequences of inter-colonial traffic are beginning to be extensively felt, and have already given rise to a rapidity of inter; course hitherto unknown ; even the voyage be tween our [tort and Singapore, distant and some, what intricate though it be, is performed wrh great...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 30 October 1845
wami COMER," ÄND ' 'GENERAL PRINTING OFFICE; (T ETTER-PRESS PRINTING ot; JLJ every description -performed with; neatness an'd dispatch, at Sydney pi fees,-' ^mmély.Xaw Forms, Bill fîeads, Cards and -Labels, Circdlars. ^Posters dud Handbills,' .:"&c, &c.,&c. To Sportsmen, PUBLICANS, AND OTHERS. ; JUST RECEÍVEO, and oh Sale at&lt; the Office of tins :Paper, aXot of? Splendid PICTURES, suitable for the¿ above parties, which will be disposed of on very MODERATE TERMS.' 1 ^ \ AFEW Hundred Pounds to be let ont On Interest.-Apply to Mr.1 DARLING, Solicitor, Windsor. Aug. 6. WE Irave great pleasure in copying the:; 'following4remarks on the character ol, "the New Zealandars from the ".' ODD BELLOW," a very interesting publication ^recently established in Sydney. The '? truthfulness of the remurjes of (lie late -Revd. Sannt el Marsden, interspersed' 'throughout tiie article Ave can bear wit-, ness terso far fas the gratitude of this peo 'pie/or small favors co...
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 30 October 1845
* ** Av'^vsTàAtiivi^Imh^rirecnmd. We coincide in opinion with him ns io the ne-* Sessionsrto Windsor ; i>ät the modicum 1 of Maine attached'by " AN 'AUSTRALIAN"! ?toiheilon-MemberfórttiM Cumberland^ . Boroughs'for- not bringing "the subject \ before ' the Legislative. &lt; oüncil, ice eon: sider not deserved. When * the péople - shake off the apathy with which titer/ are} encompassed, and petition the Legislature for the return.*/ lite Sessions we are cer: ' iain the Hon Member will give it his best support-*. AN AûSTnAMÀN" wiii be at: * tended to in our next number.
JOURNAL OF C. P. HODGSON, ESQ, DURING THE PROGRESS OF HIS JOURNEY TO ASCERTAIN THE FATE OF DOCTOR LEICHARDT AND HIS PARTY. [CONCLUDED.] [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 30 October 1845
JOURNAL OF C. P. HODGSON, EfcQ , DURING TH 13 PROGRESS OF HIS JOURNEY TO ASCER TAIN TH IS FATE OF DUCTOR LEICHARDT AND HIS PARTY. ' [CONCLUDED.] Supposing the Dr. to have gone on Iiis north-west route from the place we had last seen the tracks, we ought al ready to hiive crossed his track, and at one place we were almost certain that we found tracks, but after an hour's work, could make out nothing satis face ry. We arrived at the epot where the tracks were last seen on the 7th, and while Bobby was busily engaged looking out " Mundores," the natives made their appearance ; and after a great deal of explanation and bother, we »adethem nndeistand what we required of them. They conducted us to Leich ardt^ crossing place, and subsequently through five miles of scrubby country io one of his camps. This be bad been fortunate in crossing, though perhapB delayed ; and immediately after crossing the main branch, had found a second une running into it from the north-west. This, like the other...
ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 30 October 1845
j À warra debate occupyiajj three nights i juß. tá%éÁ$)i¡i&'m.. the ^gtauroni, relatiw ?4p New JSeaUod affairs, and the House had , passed * vote, by ; « wajority ,pM5l 4e« t clarine;ihç New . Zealand Company ,hao\ actedîin direct defiance $f Jhe authority pf , tba Crown. , - i ä i Opt. Grey was to bè removed from the f Governorship of South Australia, to that, of New Zeeland, he having been appointed J to succeed Governor ^Fitzroy., ^ The Maynooth Endowment Bill had. passed the Lords by,B majority.pf 181 to ; 50.-^-i-and the Bili for establishing the , three colleges, had reached Committee in the house. The Ministers' declarations respecting Oregon, had been taken by the Americans, very quietly. Tn America Jonathan ex-. pressed a most conciliatory -spirit, and President Polk had intimated that the ne gotiations would be condoned, with, a de ; sire to come to an amicable settlement. A .j special envoy was to be sent from America, j Mr. O'Connell and the Repeal Members Who ha...
THE CORN MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 30 October 1845
THE CORN MEETING. ' We were glad to find such a large and respectable Meeting as that of Saturday last, at the Court-House. Windvsr, for the purpose of petitioning the House of Com mons to admit the Grain of the Colony into the British Mar ets on an equal footing with that of the Grain imported from la nada. The following Resolutions were moved by the gentlemen whose names are attached thereto,and carried: 1st-Moved by William Cox, Esq, J. V, and seconded by Joun Macdonald, Esq, That tliis Meeting bas learnt with feelings Oj jj an&lt;i f n»?id«r -ind tue Mother Country «nd (tia Colonists at large hy jotíñ^ireii,%;jr w ; That tba Petition how read to the Äfeerjrig', ad dressed to the ffonon»l>le tha-iipuae sf Cornr ~ihMi/pr«jb}giítjkt Wheat^SuSf *ni £iiou|| the 'produce of the Çàony^Oiewf Souîu Wales, may be ndmitred into rho Unitcd:Kiiig dom, on thu same terms aa Wheat, Maize and -.Flour, tba produce of* Canada, bb adopted, ' 3-Möved by John Odell, Esq, eecouded by Mr. Jo...
HAWKESBURY AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 30 October 1845
HAWKESBURY AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATION. I LAST Saturday was » bustling day with the Inhabitants of the District, and we were glad to find that a füll attendance was given at the Meeting at Coffey's H.otel on that day, of the '* Penrith and Hawkesbury Agricultural Association " Mr. J. A 'Betts hriving been unanimously called to the chair, the following resolutions were pro posed and unanimously adopted 1. -Moved by Mr. Odell, nud seconded by »Mr. John M'Donaldj That the Association, hitherto conducted under the name of the " Penrith and Hawkesbury -Agricultural Association,'' be hereafter carried on under the name of the *' Hawkesbury Agricultural As sociation." 2. -Moved by Mr. J Hoskissod, add se conded by Mr. Atkinson, That the following gentlemen be requested to form a Sub committee for the purpose of framing the Unies for the guidance of the Association, to be submitted to the next General Meeting for their sanction and approval : Messrs. F. Beddek. John M Donald. Thomas Tebbutt. J...
SCENES [?] BY [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 6 November 1845
f&ndmirot «viUyJ j*^f"W%*}! ... When dulcet «ffáifi» *? , i- . ^ , .1 Itriil ilirongb-m y &lt;r&lt;>in«, ''And purple «treMDB'tfre. flowing, : Ï Í hea ve a, sigh, f Forintmry'a eye, Looks back to sceuiBB «oreglowing*; . \Vben lovéand'trhlh, Entwin'd'-inv youth, Hïhereev'ty Joy united j Hut now, alas, ' île versé"the gfass, ¿ nd seeiboôe scenes, h JW blighted. I sound iii vain, 1 be accustom'd strain. That orce wa» call'd entrancing, "No echo's near ^bnt used to cbeVr, ' No eye with f ndness glancing. Fair beautys tose That mildest grows, Thé bosom gently swelling ; ''The maiden's sigh, 'The beaming eye, \Vhnre luVeVáweet glance is dwelling. O Hring quickly b«c«E 'The thoughts that raeTc 'My brtfin almost to madness : Ä trayning feush 'Of teats then hush 'My sighs-but fix my'aadness.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 6 November 1845
tERÚéi Th' HAWKESBURY ' oonimwül continue to be pub* Hiked every Thursday momihg, itt ff indi or arti Richmond, and foraardèd to all paris of thi Country, The terms of Si'BscnrmoK Ure ñi per Qiiarter ; and Subscribers not resident in.euher of the above touns, must ¡my itt advance. The quarter j end oh Vie last Thursday tu the months of March, June, September a»d berèmbe ,011 which days on'y. or yrevlouftothefoliotting \lo>iday can resigna ti mi be receive !, iohich mutt be ubcofyianiedjbjf pugi ment of all monies duè. the chtrges fur ADVERTISEMENT! Ure: Fdr t'&lt;e first inch 3i. ; and for every inch if i)>ace after¿ ut the rate of ls for each iñttrtim } à &lt;d the nui*. ber ot' times to be ¡ U'itished itt tut be written mt the face cf the manusaiyt, or the udvtrtitemtAtsibilt be continued titi countermanded. Soh^subscribei i must fay the amount previous tn the tuie'tion of their oitve titemet\li «uh ch must bi stitt befaré tuelve o clock mon, on Wednesday, dt...