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LAND SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 4 December 1845

j MP SALE?. At «leren o'clock of Wednesday, thelOth day of December, the following Portions of Land will be offered for sate by public auction, at the Colonial Treasury, in Sydney^ ftt tLe unset price affixed lo each lot respectively. Deposit, 10 percent, . SrWOnDAN T.01S. TÎAintrnsT.^-J. 5 acres and I rood, parish of Bathurst. 4. 5 actes 1 rood, same place. 3. 5 acres, same place. 4. 5 actes 2 roods, sante j place. 5. 4 seres, same place. 6. 3 acres t ! roods, same place. 7, 1 aeres S roods and 26 perches, same place. 8 4 aores 3 roods and 26 linches, same place. 9. S acres, Same place 14. 7 acres, parMi of Errol* lb. 8 ac es «nd 18 perches, same place. 16 7 acres S roods anti ' 25 perches, some place. 1?, 10 acres, sann place. Upset price £t per «ere ST. VINCENT--1.U. SO »cres, neaMhe Vilh ge of ¡Mariew. Upset priceper acre. 19. 4J acres, at Little Cookanulla, near the Village ol j AJarlotr. Upsetprice ¿I Ss. per aor*. i ÍMnsñiLAWfe - i <. * 10 actvs, near Waverly. Upse...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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AN AMERICAN FXECUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 4 December 1845

AN AMCfUCAN' FXECÎJ ITON. Tris*' Kewliáven Herald* says the ** Cumlief . land Times," gires un; account of tue execu-, lion, in the past year, of Lucian Hall, ai Middleton, Connecticut Some of the details lound strangely to an üj-igüsb ear The num bpr of persons admitted within -the Jail,and! indulged'with a view, of -the twiging aid not ; exceed twenty-five. Of these, about a third' (la.t consisted of the relations of Mrs. La vinia Qacon,. whom the prisoner bad inur- ' dered lier husband, her brother-in-law/ her four sons, end lier four broth-rs were of the j number. 'Mia prisoner was dressed in along white robe and a white cap When the Sheriff asked him if he had anything to say-; "be ?replied, '« I have a good deal to say, hut do «ot feel as if ? could *sy it" Seating £ mself as be -spoke, he groaned aloud but shed no! tears Ila then CB Tied iar-some w»«r-witb.'. omnphor in it, winch was brought him. He' dooked -around him rather sulkily and said, *: I think it étrange that any o...

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SYDNEY NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 4 December 1845

SYDNEY NEWS. THE GARRISON - Considerable excitement prevailed in the city yesterday morn ing, by a report that the soldiers of the Garrison had refused to obey orders, and had knocked off duty. The rumour turned out to be partially true. Sometime ago, a general order was received here, altering the regulations under which the troops are rationed, and discontinuing the allow ance of grog. These regulations it was attempted to put in force yesterday morning, but the men turned out of their quar ters en masse about half-past eight o'clock heaving away their bread into the barrack yard, and refusing to do duty. The gates of the barracks were closed throughout the day, and his Excellency the Commander of the Forces, with his staff, went down at an early hour to endeavour to recal the men to obedience. During the day, how ever, an arrangement was made under which the grog allowance was to be continued, and the troops then returned to their former duty - Australian, Dec. 2. ELOPEMENT EXTRA...

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PARRAMATTA POLICE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 4 December 1845

Forgery-A man who gave his name as Edward Grant or William Thurlow and who stated that he. arrived in the colony as a sailor, was, on Thursday committed for trial, for obtaining goods and money by means of a forged cheque from Messrs. Byrnes. lt appeared that on the afternoon of yesterday week, the prisoner went to Mr. W Byrnes, and stating he required some flour and other goods, asked whether   he had any objections to change a cheque of Butts and Co. of Windsor on the Commercial Bank £60.9.61 which he produce, and that gentleman being satis- died from knowledge of the signature and writing, that it was a genuine document, agreed-to take it, and goods to the amount of £11 being got, the balance £40, being in gold and notes and the remainder three small cheques of the firm, was given him. Subsequently Mr. B's suspicions were aroused on learning the cheque had been previously offered to and refused by several persons in the town, through their believe- it to be stolen an...

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ON THE POSSESSION OF LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 11 December 1845

ON THE POSSESSION OF LAND. THERE is a pleasure in the possession of land, that none but those who posses.* it 4tnow. 1 mean land that has never been appropriated before. You (eel -under every footstep the solidity of ?what is really your own ; and not the aground only, but all beneath il-yes, a «id the rocks, and trees upon it are also yours.wiih the sunshine upon them : the birds too and their melody; the sky and clouds, that part, at least, just over head« You walk erect, taller in deed than usual, and with expanded chest, inhale joyfully the ambient air as though its veiy freedom were your own. 1 am not dissatisfied even with a sterile corner of my ground, where rocks and myrtle shaded caves overhang a gurg ling stream. Here and there a sweet scented festoon decorates the mossy mass of rock, and seem as if prepared by nature's own hand to deck the brow of beauty stilt unborn. Tell me not of names botanical-I love to believe that these native flowers are exclusively my own-nor do ...

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THE ODD FELLOW'S FUNERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 11 December 1845

^rVm§oniw^MiterM «pot emerging, lo t 'The «low procession iingeríoVcdtneBi «nd bafkl dornte on >ihe ? chilly air, the deep toned knell * ~ * -Strikes on the Hsteningsoul with thrilling . <power, And'telU again its oft'repeated 'tale, i ^'hat life is-short ; and «while its dismal ' hoto1" bangs' beaty on the ear, the eye behold» A" sad corroboration'of tts troth. *ln UfeVnud-dtiv, wbile yet the «ve shown bright, " 'And'healthYfáír'Woom'was 'mantling oVr his cheek, .Death hurl d his fatal heaven-directed dart. And smote the Sire, the Husband, and the 'Friend .And bore his'prize ¿way. But ere the 'spark 'Immortal fled, paternal kindness sooth'd *3ts parting pang, and hope's ethereal beam *<31eain*d like, a meteor o'er the path it flew! And now, 'midst congregated cfowds is seen -A brother borne by brothers to the tomb, 'Whilst brothers swell the long funeral train, And follow to the dark sepulchral verge The cold lemains of one'tbey dearly loved -Nor is their f...

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AT THE POLICE OFFICE, GOULBURN [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 11 December 1845

AT THE POLICE OfrTCi., GOULBURN GEOHOIANA-1 64 J acre* ac Ked Bauk S 32» i Hcrea at Kiama AUUVLE-ii b'40 acres near Milbang KINO-4 320 acres, parish unnamed

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CROWN LANDS. No. 1. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 11 December 1845

CROWN LANDS. ' No, i. _ * ON the 20th Dec., 1843, an Address was .presented to iiis Excellency the Governor if rom the Legislative Council of this Co- [ lony, requesting that certain Kesoluiions adopted by the Counrif-fcsnecting the up- ; -set price of land,might be forwarded to the ^Secretary of State for the Colonies^ to gether with a copy of the Report of a Select Committee appointed to inquire into the provisions of the Act of 5 and 6 Victoria, for regulati n g the price of Crown ,Lands in the Australian Colonies : and An accordance with the desire of the Coun cil, the documents referred to in the above Address to his Excellency, were by him : forwarded on the 17 th January following, to the Right Honorable Lord stanley. The following-as'his Excellency ob served in the despatch with which the said «documents were transmitted-on the prin cipal points re/erred to in the Report of the Committee :-1st. The Committee entirely disapprove of the upset prico of . £1 'per acre establishe...

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AT THE POLICE OFFICE, PORT MACQUARIE [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 11 December 1845

! AT THE FOLLCK OFFICE, POUT MACQUARIE MACQUARIE-1 640 acree, near Baromijine 2 ti-ij acres near lue confluence of the Lans down and Macquarie l<ivers 3 looü acres, at tlie western branch of Dingo Creek

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 11 December 1845

JO CUlUlKSr'ONDfcNIS. .j The communication of" Novo" will receive 1 attention next week. j

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AT THE POLICE OFFICE, HARTLEY [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 11 December 1845

AT THE POLICE OFFICE. HARTLEY" WKSTMOBELANO-1 64) nares, near June* lion Flat S 640 acres at Blaxland'* Swamp 3 6*0 acres, uear Evans* Crowu

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To the Editor of the Hawkesbury Courier [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 11 December 1845

To ike Editor of tim Hawkesbury Courier SIR,-I take the liberty, though with much diffidence, of calling the attention of the proper authorities, through the medium of your valuable columns, to a most abomi nable nuisance, which, 1 am sorry to say some of the inhabitants pf our town or vicinity ore guilty of committing, namely, casting dead dogs and other bodies into the river, there to remain until decomposi tion takes place ; or they are consumed as food for the fishes, the effects of which practice must be highly prejudicial to our health, when .it is known that we daily drink of the same water, which is thus rendered to a degree putrefied. My attention was drawn particularly to this subject last evening, when 1 happened to pass io a boat (being engaged in placa tion at the time,) a dead or rather decom posed member of the canine species, re posing in mortal state, near the place known as the Sandy Beach, on Cope.'s Paddock, issuing the most unendurable and offensive effluvia, al...

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AT THE POLICE OFFICE, MUSWELLBROOK [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 11 December 1845

AT THE POLICE OFFICE, MUSWELL BROOK BRISBANE-1 lOnO acres four miles north of Mon nt Worrondi S 640 acias four miles north of Mount Worrondi I

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VOCAL AND INSTRUMENTAL CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 11 December 1845

VOCAL AND INSTRUMENTAL CONCERT. In a former number of this Paper we an nounced to our readers that a Concert-on a splendid scale-woiUd shortly take place iu Windsor, the proceeds of which would be devoted to the establishment of a Widow and Orphan's Fund, in connexion with the United Loyal Hawkesbury Lodge of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows. We have-now tho pleasing duty of directing pu bl ip attention to the particulars of this Concert, which will be found in our adver tising; columns. From th« willingness which the good people of Windsor invaria bly manifest in subscribing for the allevia tion of distress and sorrow, the appeal of the Committee of Management of the Wi dow and Orphan* Fund to |them «will have a good chance of being responded to with alacrity and delight, more es pecially as they will enjoy amusement of a most pleasurable aud rational kind, at the same time that they ate lending their assistance in calming the fears and drytug the tears of the helpless WIDOW an...

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"HAWKESBURY COURIER." THURSDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 11 December 1845

J* THURSDAY,4L»&CEMMEIÍ li, Ï845. Ja* ^íi#|íjtfb|&i^ FALLOWS meet every altérnate Thureday at Host Cottys, Daniel O'Connell Inn, Thompson's Square. Tue LOYAT. PBÏNCB OP WALES LODGR, M. U., meet «very alternate Monday,; at Host Thompson's, Macquarie Arms, Macquaiie-street, Windsor.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 11 December 1845

HAW KKSlii li Y 4 Or îïll lî. * ÄND *G EN BRM I. PRINTING OFFICE LliTTKlt-PRIifcS PRINTING of every description performed with n^atiiesH sad dispatch, at Sydney prices, »lamily.'Liiw Föru»6, Bill Heads, Cards apd: labels. Circulars, Posters aûd Haud bills, &c.,&c.,&c. To Sportsmen» PUBLICANS AND OTHERS. JUST RECEIVED, aiidon fcialeat the Office of this Paper, a Lot oí Splendid PICTURES, suitable for the above parties, which will be drspOBed oí 'nu very MOBEUATE TERMS.

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LAND SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 11 December 1845

LAND At «leven o'clock of Thursday, the I Bih dav of December, will he pul up to auction, at fha undermentioned idhces, the I tcenses lo occupy, under lite regulations of' 2 Ut August, tB+l tba following; portions ol' land, tar OB* yon. front the 1st january, liHii Fu'thwr <4nfirii>aii(in respecting the laud mav be obtained from the ^urv<-y«r G ««eral, arni respecting *ibe .conditions from the, Coloum! Treasurer, aud at tua Police Office» ot' the District The upset price of each lot (willi the PK» oeption of loto ,2t and 2t> of th» sale al tb« Colonial Treasury, in Svdnev, "Inch wi!l be put up at iii. per section) in ot. par section - t-l ti*'» were» Al' THE COLONIAL TllEASURY, i*YüJ*ÍJV BATrimtsr -I I10J actes, parish of Oshn>na 2-4 6*1 Hcrea each, parish of Kangara ó 9 >i acres, at.C«idealong ti t>4U acres, «ear Cp*iu» curruc 35 9h0 Heres, parish ol' Freemantle CAMDI N-7-8 of H ire» each, near lie<rinr* 9 610 acres, at Mittagong ?A 9...

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MRS. CAUDLES CURTAIN LECTURE IN SYDNEY—NEW SERIES. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 11 December 1845

MRS. CAUDLES CURTAIN LECTURE IN ¡SYDNEY-NEW Suai ES. WfctL, Caudle* you've brought me to a fine country at last ! beautiful country indeed ! You always said I deservM a j paradise, and this is it, I suppose. Now, whatever you may think, 1 know my own know, and that you shall know too. before you rise 1 A pretty thing, in deed, that I should be brought to a place like this, and compelled to live in it, where all day long one's either swel tei'd in sweat, smothetM in dust, or up to the knees in mud. Stop at home, eh ? What was that you said, Caudle -stop at home ? No, not for you or all the men in Sydney ! Oh, what would my poor dear mother 6ay were she to hear you say so lo me ! Why, she'd tear the eyes out of your head that she would ! She'd make you stop at home with a vengeance 1 Oh, Cau dle, Caudle ! you must be a cruel, hard hearted man, to express yourself in such terms to me !-io your wile !-to one that you well know has been rear'd so tenderly-s-so affectionately-so be loved ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 11 December 1845

BROTHER Jfi AZfiH. / \ PENRITH; -tiROTUERS RYAN,PERUV & IltVBL_Y. TOWITTA. BROTH Lit CA Rt WH Ki Hi' SYDNEY 5 PGM MOFFITT, G T GEORGE Jil»KS. G S ELLIOTT, PKG ELLAM) THOS. f R£0» RrDONELL, SSCEBTAHV. ^Otb Dec. 1845, WINDSOR AND FAWKES BURY MEDICAL DEPOSITORY. 'GROCERY, WINE, AND SPIRIT ^ W <D IS '8 « GEORGE STBEET, WINDSOR, (Laie Messrs. Tebbutts.J 1LABAN WHITE RETURNS his grateful acknow: ledgments to a kind Paulie, for that extensive patronage'he has so liberal ly received'since his commencement at the 'above Störes ; and to assure them that no exertions on his part shall be wanting to inerit a continuance of the same. L. W. begs further to inform them that "he has laid in extensive-supplies of X-mas bruits,&c, which he will sell at very low' ^prices. Fine Pudding Raisins,^d. per ponnd. * ? Ditto Patras Currants, ld per ponnd. Muscatel ls and .«oft shell Almonds. Candied Citron, Lemon, and Orange. .Spices. Superior Ï/Ondon Starch, 7d. pet pound, t!by the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 11 December 1845

OP alf lt -t^Nt? mumm -o À J>ÜBMC THE PROCEEDS TO BE DEVOTED TO THEESTABLISHMENT\ OF A Widow & Orphans' FOR TUE ABOVE LODGE, fVill take place ON FRIDAY EVENING, l9m INST;, AT 7 O'CLOCK PRECISELY, at the District Council MACQUARIE STREET, WINDSOR. VOCAL PERFORMERS: MRS. STIRLING J -MADAME CA RA N's. DI NI; MR" GlBBS'fMKS. WALLACE ; JU Ri FRANK HOWSON ; MR JOHN HOWSON. INSTRUMENTÂT PERFORMERS t M-'. ÜIBÜS, (DmBCTon ;) MESSRS. WAL« LVCK, O'FLANERTY, J P. .DEANE, JOHN DEANE, E. DEANE, AK» W. DEANE. PROGRTMME ! Part First. NAIION-L ANTHEM-' ** God en ve i % ««We strfi}gt}t the Queen «. ^ nJ th< i omjui.y RALEAD-'The So'dtV'S»3f,s WuV lear (A. Leo) V< DEscairnyaSoNo-» Tli.ljfc. F> u Hying uuiclunaa f . Mn-« Child of Ear,!," * Ma ,hm c >OLoFttfTn-Variations on » " Rule Britannia" J Mr> S. IV. W.Uaäi SCOTCH BAYUD_'« John^,., am Anderson tny JOB ^ CAVATINA-*' When then Moon is o'er the L.Ur. F. Hewson Waters''.J SCENA- Still Balmy *»as*\ my Slutnber'...

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