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PROCEEDINGS OF THE [?] COUNCIL TUESDAY, OCT. 28. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 6 November 1845

the Council, wherewith was transmitted the report of the Select Ctomniftfeaappointed to itíquire into the Sufficiency àï'Mr-ferab tâ qualification. In reply to *hích¿addreBj) bis Excellency referred to the decision ipf the Council the question whethet thê sèàï was still vacant, which was rendered so by the resignation of D'Arcy Wentiyprth, ESQ;. The Second Message proposed a further: amendaient in the Bill for the reduction of the dutieson spirits, to thè folio win^geffe,ctt viz. " If thé duty now payable be ar. the rate of twelve shillings per imperial gallon, of the strength of hydrometer próof, a duty shall be chargeable at the rate of six shil lings for every such gallon ; and if the o*uty now payable be at the « rate ot hine shil lings for every such gallon, a duty shall be chargeable at the rate of three shillings and. sixpence for every such gallon ; and so in proportion respectively for all such spirits of greateror^ess strength." The Speaker also notified to the Houser that...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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REDUCTION OF DUTIES ON SPIRITS, [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 6 November 1845

-REDUCTION OF DUTIES ON SPIRITS, An omisión occurred ja the last para: graph of our article under this head in our last number. 11 should have fun thus : -Distillation' confined to Colonial produce we think ought tb be supported, and illicit operations may be put down by a^ufficiecft reduction in the da ty.

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PERILOUS ADVENTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 6 November 1845

'PERILOUS ADVENTr/ltE. Tue Narrative bf'the United States Rx« *> p'oring Expedition, now iii tl'e cburse of pub lication, contains "èn '* interning account of lite celebrated volotmbes of Hawaii, ohebï tina Polynesian Islands. I be following fcxttnet des cribes tbe narrow escape of one of theater!/' -Dr. Judd Wliile tlius'aüva'nctng, lie saw :md heard "a' slight movement 'in tbe lava about' fifty feet froth bim/jwhicli" was twice repeated, and '"curiosity led' bim To approsdi 'tbe place wbe're the motion occurred, luau "'"' instant (be crust was brék'èn «sùnder will) n " terrific heave, and a jet of molten lava,'full fifteen feet 'in -diameter, rose to tho height of about fortf-five feet, with a most appalling *": noise. He instantly tdrjied for the purpose of escaping, but lound that he now "'was un " der a projecting ledge, 'which oíVpñBed his "ascent, and that tbe^prace where he bad des cended." waa s'we/leet diirtarit. The ' beùt was '* already'1 too great5 fb permit Lim to f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 6 November 1845

AND GENERAL PRINTING OFFICE, LEITKii-PRiiSS PRINTING ol every description* performed willi neatness 8 nd dispatch, pt Sydney prices' ' namélyílLájr Forms, lilli Heads, Cards and Jabels, Circulars, Posters and Händbills, ? &c,&c, &c.

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MRS. CAUDLE'S CURTAIN LECTURE. Mrs. Candle suggests that her dear Mother should come and live with them." MRS. CAUDLE'S DEAR MOTHER. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 6 November 1845

MRS. CAUDLE'S CURTAIN LECTURE. Mrs. Caadle suggests tfiat' her dear Mother should *' come and live with the>n.st WHSÎ CAUDLE'S DEAR MOTHER. Is your cold better to nightyCaudle í YeB ; I thought it waa. 'Iwill be quite well to-morrow,1! date say Î There's a love! You don't take careenouuh ol yourself. Caudle, you don't. And you ought, 4'm sure ; If only for my sák«\ For whatever should 1 do if any thing was to há*ppen vou-but :fI don't think cfit ; no, I can't beano think of that Still you ought lo take «arc of yourself, for you know your not strong, Caudle ; you know your not. Wasn't dear mother so happy with us to night ? Now, you needn't go to sleep RU suddenly. I sav,wasn't she so happy ! You dont know ? How ran you say "you dont know ? You must have seen it. »Hut she always is hap i'ér here than anywhere else. Ha -! what a temper that dear soul hasI call it a temper of satin ; it is so smooth, so easy, and vo soft. Nothing puts her out of the way. And then if you onlv knew ho...

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GOVERNMENT HOUSE AND LANDS, PARRAMATTA. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 6 November 1845

GoVRRNMKNÏ HOUSE AND UNDs, i'AIUlAAIATi'A. With reference to an advertisement, dated th« 1 th July last. His Excellency the. Governor has tVen pleased to direct it to be uotinW, that the Government House and Domain MC Parramatta, wiil be let in two lota, us dei cribed hereunder ; and that Tenders from per» Boire disposed lo rent tte sam* wtM be re« ceired at the Colonial Secretary's Office at any lime not later than twelve o'clock, on Saturday the 4 otb November inst. 1 be first loi will comprise ibe entrance Jolge, dwelling-house offices, stabling, garden dairy, men's buts upd farm buildings, with ibo wholy of the Und formerly attacbed thereto, and charted on the map in the Surveyor (JeneralB Oibce, a* the Government Domain, and «oiitaining about one thousand acres. From this lot the-following ^uildinge will ba excluded, ueniç reserved tot iiie úBB of-tbe par sons at present occupying them, vt*. 5» The Observatory, in I.- I he buiiding known by the name of the Mod Lodge, occupied b...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 6 November 1845

LÖST A .^RGICAt^iîJSTRÛMÈNT. Â<XJP#ING SCARrFICATÔR,. (twelve blades,^ in Russia Gase, : ^ias hean dropped while moving between the * late residente of C. A. Dibdin, anti the Windsor 'and Hai&esmiry IWedic .l iCeposilory. Who mever should lind the same, and return it to C. A. Dibdin, h Mr.'Laban -Wbite's. Chemist, &C, will be rewarded. , 'The Medical "Gentlemen of'the'pisrrjct are ïëspacl fully requested lo ti'eware of purchasing ¿uah an instrument, should it be offered. N6V.6. 'REGATTA !; REGATTA ! REGATTA ! UBSCRI&KKSto the Hawkesbury Regatta are requested to pay up their Subscriptions harare Tuesday next, the 111 ii instant, either lo A. G. PANTON, Est}., 'Treasu rer, or to Mr. lt. SitERRiFF, who has been ap: . tpoihted lo collect them Publicans 'intending to erect Booihs on the Danks of Che River, ure reqbested to meet or 'communicate With the Stewards, at C< ff J v's Hotel, oa Friday next, the frih inst., at 8, p. M. Windsor, oih No...

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SYDNEY SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 6 November 1845

SYDNEY SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVED. UCT. 28 -The steamer Sovcreion, 119 tons, Cape^maBter, from Moreton Bay, the 25th instant, with wool, tallow, hides, &c 29-The French ship-of-war Rhin, 24 guns, Commodore Berard, from Tonga 4th July, nod Kew Caledonia the -Gili instant. 29.--The schooner Sister, 45 tons, Korff, master, from Auckland the 11th instant, with gum. 31-The steamer William ike Fourth, 53 tons, Wiseman, master, from the Clarence Uiver the 28th Ult ,with sundries. Nov. 2.-The schooner William, G2 tons. Freeman, master, from Moreton Bay the 27th Ultimo, with wool, salt, beef, &c SAILED. OCTOBER 28.-The schooner Velocity, M Phail, master, for Twofold Bay, with building stores, &c. 29.-The brig Genii, Blaxland, master, for the South Sea Whale Fishery, with stores, &c. 30-The schooner Waterlily, Kayle, master, for Hobart Town, with sundries. 30. -The barque Louisa Campbell, Darby, master, for Auckland,with sundries. 30 -The barque Cashmere. Mackie, m...

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CORN MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 6 November 1845

?> V »' CORN MEETING, S THE following Petition was adopted at the. Public Meeting, held at Coney's Hotel* on Saturday se'linight : To. the Hphorahle the Commons "nf 'the United Kingdom of Gréât Britain unit ? Ireland, in Parliament aiiemtiled. The humble Petition of the Under signed, Inhabitants of the Districts of the Hawkesbury, in the Colörfy 'of.' New South Wales, in Public Meeting assembled, HUMBLV SuEWEfriî That 5our Petitioners bavto learnt willi fer]» ingra of bitter disappointment, that your Ho* nonraldft House bas recently refused to extend to them the privilege accorded to Canada,cf im porting Coru und Flour ot a nominal duty into i England. That vour Petitioners, understanding tliat de chief objection urged in your Honour abie House, to this concession being made to ¡ the-Colony of Now South Wale«, was, that it did not s'aiid in the ehnie position fd tba Mother country ns Canada, submit that the only dffler* ence between the two colonies are in favour of the claim the...

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Original Correspondence, To the Editor of the Hawkesbury Courier [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 6 November 1845

Original Correspondence, To the Editor^ofVio Hawkesbury Courier SIR,--It is gratifying to find, that thal ' political dissension* wbifrh has been foi some t ime east thé disturber of this hitherto i peaceful fflstrict/lsv.now evá^óraíin^ Jik^ > ''' unto the dew from the verdant meadoWo! a fine summer's ruorning, and that the peo-1 v"ple aie begining to see the very great ne cessity of àmalgamBting:their*interests; 'that they are again becoming'linked to '- getherin one sooial bond of unanimity and good feeling, without which no community ', eau possibly expect to prosper ; but like a * house divided against'itself must inevitably ' fall and become a ruin. It has become generally acknowledged by almost every member of this extensive and populous district, éven those'who were " originally most inveterate against it, that ' t he restoration of the Court of Quarter Sessioiis^and the services of a résident' ' Mipeiulia'ry tnagistinte/Kre essentially ne-' " < essarv to' ensu...

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CHINA.—HONGKONG. (From the Australian) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 6 November 1845

-»x> » CHINA.-HONGKONG. (From the Australian j THROUGH the courtesy of Mr. Mackie: hose, who formerly resided io Hunter street, and lias returned for a time from Hongkong:, per '« Isabella Anna," we ¿re in possesslou bf the " 'FRIEND OF CHINA*'to the 3rd'J ujy last. Adviees from Sydney had been received up to 1st May. Our contemporary of ^Hongkong does not agree with us that the site of the town ofVictoria is an unhealthy one. We perceive by in's paper of the 7th of June,that our remarks upon 4 Hongkong' have been transferred to his columns, willi the following introduction, which we hasten to lay before the public ; our desire being to "give" the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth" to the world : " We pick op a rather amusing paragraph regarding Hongkong. Who the veracious writer of thc tetter may be, we are Ht H loss tn gue«. But tLe high official, the gentle man of Superior attainments, who has written borne to the Govermh'erit recommending the abandonment of tt...

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JUDGE NOAH'S ADDRESS TO HIS CHRISTIAN COUNTRYMEN. (From the London Jewish Chronicle) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 6 November 1845

JUDGE NOAH'S ADDRESS TO HIS. . CHRISTIAN COfJ-NTltVMEN. 1 (From ike Jböndon Jewish Giiraiicle ) I THE following extract from Judge Noah's Discourse ou "The Restoration of the Jews," delivered at the Tabernacle, Dec, 1844, at New York, will be read with in terest. Having pointed out the prejudices, denying us that estimation, that influence, that portion of worldly honours and rights, which should appertain to the good citizen ot every Faith, the learned Judge con tinues : "Dismiss,therefore, from yourhearts all prejudice which still "lurks there against the favoured people of God, and consider their miraculous preservation as a light aud beacon for the great events which are to follow. They are worthy of your love, your confidence, and respect, ls it nothing to have had such fathers and founders of their faith as Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob ; such mothers as Sarah and Rebecca, Leah and Rachel ; &uch illustrious women as Miriam and Deborah, Ruth and Either? Is it uothing to hav...

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"HAWKESBURY COURIER." THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1845. THE DISTILLATION ACTS AMENDMENT BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 6 November 1845

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1845. THE DISTILLATION ACTS AMENDMENT BILL. Tais s:ringènt measure wtes finally con« sidered in a Corrrtiiittee of the vahóle Coun cil, on Saturday lást, reported as amended, and'the Bill ordered to be*tëad a third time on Wednesday, the" 5th inst. There can be no doubt that the fads elicited from the evidence taken at the bar of the htfuse relative to the Tariff Bill have rendered the executive Government more anxious to have the Distillation Laws amended : al though it is scarcely to Le imagined tliat they were not previously aware, to a very' great extent, of the'fraude practised on the,' Revenue. We have before observed that; the Imposition of a very low rate of duty;' on Spirits'was the only "mode of putting! down illicit distillation ; and when the dif ficulty of disposing of illicitly distilled spi rits is taken into consideration, and the low rate at which they must be sold in order to find a márket fbr them-we feel inclined to hope that in process of l...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 13 November 1845

*H\WkKSi:MiY < ûïïiïKïî/' ' - AND GÉNÉRAL '.PRINTING OFFICß, wMrjf^m im< .MM NTIÎÎÔ or Jj*."èyew description performed with nattiness awl dispatch, at Sydney prices, namely, tapr Forms, Bill Heads, Cards and. Labels,, <&culersr Posters' and Handbills, &c., &c.,&c. ". TERMS, Th* KAwKes*|i'itr Couniim wilt conVnhe tobt pub lished every Thursday morning, in Windsor «ni Richmond, and forwarded ta all-parti of Ike Country. . . ; . " The terms of SUBSCTIIPTION ure 5|. par Quarter ; and Subscribers not resident in either of thevltot* tamra, must pay in advance. The quarter*end on the last Thursday in the mouths af March, June, September and Derembe-;on which day» m'y. or precious to th*following Monday can resignations be received, which mutt be accompaniedJby pay» ment nf all monies due» \he chtrges for ADVEIITISEMEKTS are : For Ve first inch its. ; a nd for every inch of »pace after, ut the rate-of ls, for each insertion ; ...

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COURT AND CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 13 November 1845

, öp tell ilioCôfart itgloini '- \ And «bines ltira painted wood J. " ' . Goiell tba CbuiCb.it tbúw» WliatVfrood-but JOB« na good î~ t Give Court and Cburch'fae He - - SIB VyAtTjm HxtiTOiu

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GOVERNMENT HOUSE AND LANDS, PARRAMATTA. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 13 November 1845

m w - t jf . . PAR RA MAPI's. Willi reference to an advertisement, dated (tis 1 tb July last, H*s Excellency the Governor has breo pleased to direct it io "be notified, (bat (be Government House end iJomain at . Parramatta, «rill be l«t in two lois, aa dei. cribed bereumlèr-; «ail that Tenors frein per- , sous ji jsbwd to rent ¿be Mama «rill be re ceived at tba Colonial Secre'tory1« Outee at any time- nar later' th'<n twel-ve o'clock, on Saturday tbe lSlb November irist, ibe'firetlör-will comprise lite miranee !ó*b>e/ : dw*|lio'>-boufe office«»- stabling:, garden duiry, - town's bul«' sjinVfarrn builditige, «blrfbe wbóle of tba \and*^#riy*ttHpbed «tief ejo.nod ttbaru>d on tbeTO*j»1ín/libé Su-veyor General « Office, »a tim G ove.nrntmt .Domain, aud .-pafitaiiijog. about one thousand acre*. ' .\ from ibis lot 'ijbe foiowinjf biiiWings wi)} ba ' excluded, being reived for ibe use cf tbe per sons at present occupying (bern,-viz. ..- ist. i'be Observatory. *2n !.-"! b...

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VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 13 November 1845

VARIETIES. At that great seat of learning-Oxford -an inscription on a signboard by a watchmaker, gives the following : Here are fabricated and renovated, trochiliac horologies, portable and per: manent ; linguaculous or taciturnal ; whose circumgyrations are performed by internal, spiral, elastic, or extensive pendulous plumbages, diminutives,sim: pie or compound, invested with aurent or argent integuments." t ¿ir!, ^ibecaOse i «ave talcen agrealdeid » *i\ doctoré BturT lale4y, and tlîat lia» . rnade me w«ak '** - ¡;» i '.Â, .15o.x| -An irishman.^ wHy,' lie wojre Iiis, stocking* ; wrong ; ¿ide t outwards. He answered ** leíanse there f«$ « hole on ike «ther side;*

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"HAW[?] C[?]IER" THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1[?]5. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 13 November 1845

Ia* ll; cv liff IÑPwHKOBNr Qhum OF ODO J«'«! tows tpe*tvf|^r^*Î!Nr^Btt Tí^rtíflayi nt Host Ciiffi^>¿:DanteJt((ijCooctlí Ivo, UK itt>Tai.'^p8lvè5* or WALES lopofi¿ M. U-, meei *wy ^ternate Monday, at Most Thompton'^Ucqunths Af«s, .Mac()u¿rie>titree)y -Windsor. V

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A FEW WORDSON IMMEGRATION [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 13 November 1845

A FEW WORDStm ! WMÄSRAT40N!"{ 0 ou readers are aware that oh the'7'h of las! month (he Reporto^the lmmigration Committee was considered in the Legis lative Council, and several Resolutions adopted lo (he effect, that the supply o' labor for Pastoral or Agricultural purpo ses, crosby no means adequate to the re quirement of the Colony,; cmi that unies® come measures were taken to remedy this deficiency, our general provenly would be immediately aliected, as sudh an increase in « he ra' e Of wages would take$lace as t o injure gaps!, senpuflyfi^^oducrtcii of our siaple'Wp^-:^ irieet 1 he "van's Vof the t^^^0ß t espect, - tlrrèo thousand male, adults would be re-1 quired annually j &nd aJipwing that these would be accompanied hy a similar num. Uer of fema'cB, and that many of them would hp married and have young families, an Immigration to the extent of 12,500 : was indispc R sable * and that tito Crown Land Revenue afforded the means of am ple security for the payment of any l...

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HAWKESBURY REG[?]TTA. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 13 November 1845

. ? v. * ,l zÀ'UlUBMmfc*'* '~'< r ev.-, . ' ? Tiri* "Rei^., Jar. «pibe; ;iiai«$»>aeaVaû^ pUce yesterday, ^d^^*« ^íiM to ob* serve so numerous jàn^^'e^^Jtigl oT^pet *. sons drawn together on the occasion, par ticularly from the country, w here^we would ' have thought their reaping mid tither rural; occupations would 'have t ngrosst?d' their, attention at this season. So far, however, we were agreebry disappointed,! .fuir the number« who assembled ou the batrks of the beautiful Hawkesbwiy yesterday »prove ¿neon test iblythe -desire of the peVplw for occasional recreation, whii h, as Pr. John: soiland otter eminent writers observe, is 88 essential to the preservation of -health, as food is. Throughout the day, a strong breeze wes blowing from (he ¿Vuth-west, which caused a «Hght riiffi^g'fjie^iisiiálly ulàcid wate rs of the' river,' b'iít(^b|ép' «tuen' as to prëVetrï the pris- át^^he^i ^óats from proceeding oil ;vi-hk'.«vW..^iW^/t»f' their'way7 . { '&*'?>.?'.; ...

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