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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 22 August 1844

Gigs! Gigs! Gigs! -o-« THE undersigned, begs to inform the inhabitánts of Windsor, that he has on SALE, KEW ENGLISH BUILT STANHOPE GIGS ALSO, ECON DH AND GIGS BOUGHT AND EXCHANGED. Haring. pond assortment of COA<~H TRIM MINGS and VA '(NISH, (to., of the first quality be will be enabled to execute rranY DESCHIPTION or WORK, ut very reduced pricet. EDWARD GATE*. George street. Adjoining Air. Dibdin** IVfedical Dispensary. j A RESPECTABLE YOUTH \ wanted as an AfPiiBNTicE, with whom a small j Premium will be expected. j Caution. THE Public are cautioned from deal ing with Mr. BBMAKR BALDWIN I about any Lind now and lately in tbe occupation j of Mr. JCHM W*LDEN, at Wilberforce-tbe said I Bernarr Baldwin baring soma time since for ra- j luable consideration sold and conveyed ali his , estate and interest therein to me. ina MABC 1 .** ! Or JOHN HOSKISSON. Windsor. 2t«t Aug., 1844. A Silk Umbrella BEARING the name " D. LAWSON" on the top of the Stick, was left by Mu. BEOOFK at Mr...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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Agriculture.—Irrigation. (From the Port Phillip Gazette, Aug. 10) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 22 August 1844

Agrie ul tue.-Irri gation. (Frm the Port Phillip Gazette, Aug. 10 J WE bad occnsion to remark some time ago. that in our opinion bv far too little attention is bestowed upon Agricultural imorovenients in these Colonies. In the records of almost erery rou ti try distinguished in the histor? of the world, we observe that Agriculture had a pro minent place. A considerable portion of the classic literature of lbs ancient world bears more or less upon pastoral and agricu tural pur suits : witness the ten pastorals of Virgil, wbicb relate solely to them, and none will care to deny their claims to high rank in literature; some nf tba most beau'iful of Ho race's odes ; several of the finest books of the beautiful writer Lucretius ; and, in a woid all the old Uric poets. Then many mea of genius composed books on husbandry in tba ancient world. It is a (singular character of those times, that Hegulua, one of tbe most distinguished peñeráis of the Roman empire, wbo gained many battles over the...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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Colonial Wool. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 22 August 1844

f?Wñ^f\m wou¥ ?aU,tont*íi«j pat ¡oullr altéíiáokot oirijpwjtjsy famefa ... ; e ** ?l»fl ¡tV¡ool $rown in líew foul "; ^]aíps iliaa now become an .objectí < «quch interest to #11 »wool dealers an woollen munufaclurers ; and from iii ''.«n'fiinflt increase bf its quantity, as we * -as /tbe general iinjuovetnent which hi been effected itv ils quality, ii appeal .certain, that a few years more of ju «iicious and systematic impruvemen .must make it sn object of great nations «importance it is therefore desirable tbs those who have it tn their pow*r to ¡in part any information likely to be set vipealde in the promotion^'such an end should not withhold it. Under this im ptession the following hints aresubmittet lor the use of the cultivators and shipper .of the article : *' il cannot fail to afford grntificatioi and encouragement to the Australia! wool growers, to learn that the prod wc «of their flocks is at this time in very liigl and deserved repute in ííngland. Th i reputati...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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SAYINGS AND DOINGS OF THE Legislative Council. TUESDAY, AUGUST 13. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 22 August 1844

SAYINGS AND DOINGS OF THE Legislative Council. TUESDAY, AUGUST 13. Mr. ROBINSON presented a petition ironi the stockholders of the districts of New Eugland and Port Macquarie, praying that steps might be taken by the Council to pro cure a repeal of the existing land and.sq.uat ting regulations. Petitiou. received ; and ordered to be printed, and refeued to th» Land Grievances Committee. -vortedTdf tlie Vôlice Magistrate ofGourbu fret)tipTTiead:and received. - ' 'On thê yWtion of Mr, Lowe, it w agreed Wiall petitions to both "Houses o*f *Pi liaraent be adopted tjythe Council, bapt spraying tbBt they will be pleased to adc corn abd flour, the produce of .the Austral! colonies, on the same terms BS Canàdi ."wheat and flour. .. The motion was warmly supported by I Lang, , the Colonial Secretary, and 'Ä Panton '; and the following day was nam lhy Mr. Lowe Tor the appointment of a Sele Committee to prepare the petitions'retern to. The Insolvent Laws Amendment Bill w read a third time and ...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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Diamond cut Diamond [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 22 August 1844

Diamond cut Diamond The following occurrence actually took place in one of the principal commercial cities in Eng- land. We need not state exactly where the event took place ; but shall carefully state the facts, using only fictitious names:- A gentle- manly-looking personage walked into the house of Mr. Turrets, the Seraph Hotel; and, accosting the waiter with a patronizing1 air, asked what he could have for dinner. He was informed there was some nice soup, and some nice roast beef and boiled mutton ready. Oh ! is there nothing better ? I can have those things at home, any day ; but say what you can provide; I want the best dinner I can have for my money." "With   pleasure, Sir. By five o'clock," said the waiter, "you shall have a very good dinner; turtle-soup   - ("Good," said the inquirer) - turbot and   lobster-sauce - (" Good, again ") - a couple of spring chickens boiled, and a little ham, with new potatoes - (" That will do '') - beautif...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 22 August 1844

AND General Printing Office KTTKR-PRl^S PRINTING of every description performed with neatness and dispatch, at moderate piices. August 8, 1844. Farms to Let. TO BE LET, on such terms as may be agreed upon, the FARM o' HAMBLEDON, situate about il miles f om Parramatta, ard 9 miles ftom Windsor. 'I he Farm c ntaios S vemeen Hundred AT"8 of which 7 » have been under plough, and inucli .nore mi lit e- siiv be mode arable ; and the re mainder is a G'aisine Hun. . he rp are several excellent FRF^H W \TEH PON DS never known to be dry : and there is d*n»v of WOOD suitable for fencing, 'J"he BUILDINGS are a superior C ottage, of 11 rooms, and a Verandah, with outside kitchen .ind servant's room. More. Dairy. «Mäh e and Gr« nary, «ni a FLOU R MILL, with all the news SRrv apparatus, and smutting and dreesmg ma chines 'Ihereare a Garden and Orchard, containing 38 Orange Trees, besides Apple, Pear, Peach .ind Hlutn Trees Mr. ll AW AV. s. at the " Wbi'e Han Inn," on the Windsor Hoad, will give di...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 29 August 1844

TERMS. Tht HAWKESBURY COURIER will continue to be pub* lished every Thursday morning, in Windsor and Richmond, and forwarded io all parti of th* Country. The te i ms of SUBSCRIPTION are Ss pe - Quarter; and Subscribers not resident in either of the above tovcns. must pay in advance. The quarters end on the last Thursday in the months of March, June, I teptembr, and December, on which days . nly. or I previous to the fallotting Monday can resignations be receive l, which must be accompanied by pay ment cf all monies due. The charges for A DVERTISEVENTS are : For Ike first inch. Zs. i and for every inch of space after, ut th-tate of lt. for each insertion ; and the num ber of times to be ¡ ublühed must be w Uten on the f.ice of the manuscript, or the advertisements will be continued till countermanded. Kcn-subtcribers must jay the amount mevious to the insertion of j their aove tisements, which must be tent before I tw Ive o'clock n*K>n, on Wednesday, and o> dir s to withdraw, n...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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Latest English News. (From the Daily Australian, Aug. 27) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 29 August 1844

Latest English News. {From the Daily Australian, Aug. 27 J WE stop the Press to announce the arrival, from Cork, on the 16th May last, of the ship Templar, which came into port this morning, at two o'clock. We have received by this vessal, Cork papers to the 14th May inclusive. Mr. Deputy Commissary General Ramsay has arrived by the Templar, to succeed Mr, Miller, who proceeded sometime back to Hongkong. The country surrounding Limerick was illuminated on Wednesday, the 8th May, Tor the supposed trinmph of Mr. O'Connell over the Attorney General in the Queen's lie neb. The Imperial Parliament, to the 11th May, had beeu considerably occupied with debates relative to affairs in Ireland, which were of considerable interest. Intelligence from Port Phillip had been received in Londou, on the 11th May, up to the 26th December, 18J3, and from Western Australia up to the 10th January, 1844.. Nothing further had been done relative to the State Trials of O'Connell and the Traversers ; the for...

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 — 29 August 1844

Sydney Shipping News. ARRIVED; AVG. 22-The steamer MAITLAND. 103 tons, Parsons, master, from Port Macquarie, the preceding day, with 5 horses and sun« dries. AUG. 23-The brig CHRISTINA, 126 tons, Saunders, master, from Port Phiilip the 16th instant, with wheat, pototoes, &c. AUG. 24--The steamer WILLIAM THK FOURTH, 53 tons, Wiseman, master, from the Clarence Rivet the 22nd instant, with wool, tallow, &«*. AUG. 23-The brig DORSET, 82 tons, Walsh, master, from Adelaide the 15th inst., with wheat, lead ore, &c. AUG. 26-The steamer SOVEREIGN, 119 tons, Cape, master, from Moreton Bay the 23rd instant, with wool,tallow, and sundries. AUG. 27 -The ship TEMPLAR, 565 tons, Brown, master, from London the 2nd, and Cork the 16th May, with 242 emigrants. AUG. 27.-The American whaling ship, ? CORINTHIAN, 503 tons, Eastbrook, master, fiotn the South Sea Fishery, with 1050 bar rels oil. SAILED. AUG 21.--The schooner COOLANGATTA, Napper, master, for Auckland, New Zealand, wit...

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From the Gazette. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 29 August 1844

bomas livingston MltcbeipColg^^^ in due form resigned his seat in the législa tive Council for the District of Perl Phillip,: a Writ has been issued for the Blf ctîon pf a Member to serve in the Legislative : Council for the said District during the continuance of the present Council. TWENTY POUNDS HEW ABD* OB A CONDI TIONAL PARDON.-Whereas it has been re presented to the Government, that on the night of the 20th instant, between the hours oH2and 1 o'clock. Thomas Harrison, the Loèk-up keeper at Newcastle, was called up from his bed by persons from the outside,and on his opening the entrance door was at tacked by two men, ss yet unknown, one of whom presented a pistol at Harrison, and tbe other inflicted a violent blow with some weapon on the side of his head, and also stabbed him through the face, from the effect of which wounds Harrison is now in a dan gerous state ; his Excellency the Governor directs it to be notified, that a leward of twenty pounds will be paid to any free per ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 29 August 1844

Five Dock GRAND STEEPLE CHACE, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 19TH, 1844. UMPIRE-Mr. J. R. HOLDEN. FIRST D A Y. TH E HARKAWAY STAKES of seven sovereigns cadi ,wlth fifty sovereigns added, for all Horses carry inc; 11 st. 7 lbs. ; titree miles, with nine Stiff* l,eaps; gentlemen riders j Entrance, three sovereigns. SECOND DAY, The Hurry Scurry 'Stokes of five sovereigns each, with twenty-five sovereigns added, for all Horses carrying 10st. 7 los.; two miles and a half ; seven leaps, not exceeding 3 feet 9 inches in height. Entrance, two sovereigns. ' j A Handicap Strikes for beaten horses will be run for afterwards. Entrances to be made at the Royal Hotel, on Saturday, September 14tb, between the hours of seven and nine p. m. j Applications tor Booths to be made at the ! Royal Hotel, on Saturday, September 14th, between the hours of two and three, p. ra. Terras, £3 each. : The second horse to receive back his stake in each race, (provided not less than three horses start.) . The winner of the f...

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Varieties. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 29 August 1844

Varieties. INDEPENDENT GADER OF ODD FEL LOWS -On Tuesday, an order of Odd Fellows, in connexion willi the Windsor District, to be called the Hop Blossom Lodge, was opened at the Goat's Head Inn, Farnham, when a number of highly respectable individuals entered the above honorable order Provincial Grand Master Bell, Deputy Grand Master Price, Corresponding tiecretary Blandy, «ind about fifty members from various ?lodges in the district, attended to present the Dispensation from the Board of Di rectors at Manchester. After the closing of the Lodge about one hundred and ninety members dined together, G. M. Bell, in the chair ; the usual toasts, healths, &c, (many with the honours bf the order) were given after dinner, many speeches were made by the Grand Master and other gentlemen, explaining to the newly-initiated the principles of Odd Fellowship. It was stated that out of 20,000 applicants for parochial relief in the town of Leeds, in the month of Ja nuary last, not one amongs...

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Late English News. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 29 August 1844

Late English News. The volcano of Mount Etna commence its, emptions in the latter part of las year, and caused great alarm, besides oe casiontng in one instance, a loss of abov twenty lives. Its appearance was bot! awful and dangerous when the last ac counts left in March. Ten ships sailed from England and Scot land for the Northern whale fishery las season. It was rumoured that the contemplate! visit of his Majesty King Louis Phillipe t England would take place early in June and that his Majesty would be accompanie» bv'ihe Queen^aud the Prince and Princes dejoinville. iron has experienced an advance, at, Bir (ningham of 20s. a ton, making bar iron £< to £7, large sheet £8, and- hoop iron £' a ton. It has been generally determined through out Ireland, that if O'Connell is sentence! to imprisonment, the inhabitants, to testif; their sorrow for that untoward event, shat go into mourning, and that the shops shal be closed, and np business transacted, on th« first day of his ...

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Port Phillip. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 29 August 1844

Port Phillip. EXPORTS.-ra looking over the list of im ports iuto Newcastle-upon-Tine, in a late number of the Gateshead Observer, we were struck with the immense quantity of horn waste, leather shavings and cuttings, horn clippings and tips,, which are imported into that port by almost every vessel arriving from Hamburgh ; and we could not hejp re flecting what a large quantity of these arti cles might be furnished by this colony. Horn tips were formerly exported from this dis trict ; but the expense of the freightage by the steamers to Sydney, added to the freightage home, rendered them an unprofit able export,and the trade was consequently abandoned. There can be no doubt, howe ver, that when we have the privilege of trading direct with the home markets, that a considerable revenue may be derived to the district from the exportation of these end other articles of a similar nature. From the quantities imported from Hamburgh,and other places, the demand for them in the mother countr...

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From the Gazette. PROCLAMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 29 August 1844

From the Gazette. PROCLAMATION. By bis Excellency Sir George Gipps, Knight, Captain-General, and Governor-in-C biel'of tbe Territory of New South Wales and its De pendencies, and Vice-Admiral of the same, &c. IN pursuance of the authority in me rested by a certain Act of the Imperial Parliament of Great Britain and Ireland, passed in tbe otb and 6fb year of ber Majesty's reign, intituled, " An Act ¡or regulating the sale of Waste Land belonging to the Crown in the Australian Colonies,''I do hereby notify and proclaim, tbat at ! 1 o'clock of Wednesday, tbe 11th day of September next, the following portions of Crown Land will be offered for Sale by I'ublic Auction, at the Colonial Treasury, in Svdney, at the upset price affixed to each lot respectively, on the terms and conditions, and under tbe provisions of the above recited Act. (Deposit 10 per cent ) SPECIAL COUNTRY LOTS. 1. Hunter, 60 acres, parish unnamed, on the i Hawkesbury River* Upset price, £1 5s. per acre. ! Note -...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 29 August 1844

Married, By Special License, on Saturday, the 24th instant, by the Reverend THOMAS SLAT-   TERY, R. C. C., Mr. WILLIAM COLLIS, Wind- sor, late of Longhill, County Limerick, Ireland, to MARIA second daughter of Mr. HENRY RYAN, Windsor, late of Castle Connell, County of Limerick, Ireland.

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SAYINGS AND DOINGS OF THE Legislative Council. TUESDAY, AUGUST 20. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 29 August 1844

SAYINGS AND DOINGS OF THE Legislative Council TUESDAY, AUGUST 20, The SPEAKER read a message from his Excellency the Governor, in reply to an address from the Council, requesting his Excellency would be pleased to place ou the estimates of expenditure for 1845 suck sums as may be necessary to make pro vision, from the General Revenue, for such ' objects as it was intended should be pro vided for by the District Councils, had they been carried into opération. His Ex cellency's message went to say that he would accept such sums as the Council should place at his disposal for the main tenance of a police force during the ensuing year, disclaiming at the same time any share in the responsibility which such an infraction of the constitution might involve, and reserving to himself the right of making certain alterations as showu in an accom panying minute with respect to the esti mates recently submitted to the Council. The message was ordered to be printed and taken into consideration th...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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HAWKESBURY COURIER THURSDAY, AUGUST 29, 1844. Land Grievances' Committee. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 29 August 1844

il ? L i rsi«' 7 MV Xand Grievances' ; Committee. j ON Tuesday the 20th instant, Mr.-Cowpe as Chairman -of the Select -Committee the Legislative Council, appointed on tl 30th of May last, to enquire into and Ri port upon all Orievinces counected wi the Lands of the Colony, brought i «nd laid upon the Table of the Council tl Deport of that Committee, which had bec unanimously agreed to by the several Men hers thereof, viz. :-Mr. Cbwrßft, D NICHOLSON, Mr. BRADLEY, Mr. LOWE, M ROBINSON, Major WENTWORTH, and Mi WINOETERv. We regret that our limits wi not allow us to give *n the present Numbt more than a slight sketch of the recommer dations of the Committee, but as the; tleport will come under consideration on th .27th, we shall most probably have occasio to notice this important matter in our nes -publication. The Committee, duly impressed with th importance of the subject, have adoptei .every possible means of acquiring corree information thereon, in order to enable then to arrive at ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 29 August 1844

"HAWKESBURY COMB," AMD General Printing Office W 31 ST ID© (S) ®o LETTERPRESS PRINTING of every description performed with neatness and dispatch, at moderate prices, August 8,1844. Farms to Let. TO BE LET, on such terms as may be agreed upon, the FA fi M ol HAMBLEDON, situate about lt miles from Parramatta, and 9 miles fiom Windsor. The Farm contains Seventeen Hundred Acres, of which Td hare been under plough, and muru more tnipht ensiiy be made arable ; and the re mainder is a Grazing Hun. lhere are several excellent FRRSH WlTEK PONDS never known to be dry ; and tberp is plenty of WOOD suitable for fencing. The BUILDINGS are a superior Cottage, of 11 rooms, and a Verandah, with outside kitchen and servent's room, store. Dairy, stable and Gra- nary, and a FLOUR MILL, with all the neces- sary apparatus, and smutting and dressing ma- chines. There are a Garden and Orchard, containing 38 Orange Trees, besides Apple, Pear, Peach, and Plum Trees. Mr. HANNABUS. at the " White Hart Inn," o...

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Original Poetry. THE ABORIGINE'S COMPLAINT. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 29 August 1844

Original Poetry. The Aboriginal's complaint. As I strolled through the Bush on a fine Sunday evening,               And gazed on the prospect around me that lay,   Admiring the shadows that spread o'er the green in   Their outstretching length from the sun's setting ray—   By the trunk of a tree I discovered a native, Sit wailing the fortune and fate of his race ; I halted my journey, resolved to wait if Perchance an outline of his strains I might trace. He sang, "Oh! my fathers, could you have be- lieved that Our country, so boundless, should cease to be ours ! Ah ! ye knew not invaders existed, nor grieved at The darkness and gloom which still o'er thy line lours ; Ye roamed in your forests contented and joyous, And your game did ye hunt on the green verdant lea, But cruel oppression hath come to annoy us, Aad we are compelled to obey his decree; "In th...

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