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THE BARQUE "WOODLARK." [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 11 December 1845

THE BARQUE " WOODLARK"     There already have been several notices of the charge preferred by Capt. Charles Smith, of the whaling barque " Woodlark," against nine of his seamen - Chalres Faunce, Thomas Griffis, Peter Hunter, George Risley, James Giles,   Henry Brown, Samuel Carroll, John Ru... burgh, and James Jones - the charge being attempting to make a revolt on the high seas. The case came on at first before J. Campbell     Esq., whi dismissed it, in consequence of what appeared to him to be a fatal defect   in the articles, which were signed and execu-   cuted in the month of May following the month of January last, when the new Act came into operation. Fresh informations were filed, and fresh summonses obtained, amd the case came on again before Mr. Windeyer, who, howe- ver. declined proceeding in it, unless inder an order from a superior court. Mr. Camp- bell having, in a semi-offical n...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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ON A NEW VARIETY OF BARLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 11 December 1845

ON \ NEW VARIETY OF BARlEY. j WE extract from the current number of the «. Journal Of Agriculture and Transactions "uf the Highland ana Agricultural Society of Scotland," the following interesting feud 'instructive article, by the Kev J. Koole, of Madoeä, Perthshire, on a newaud valuable v*pecies of barley. Oar reade rs will see in vthe hUtdry of thiB species, a strrkiog proof ul (he benefits resulting from habits ol'ob» nervation and perseverance. How many 'ihousands wdula have passed the'single ear 'from Which the results detailed by Mr. Nuble have-proceeded, without notice, or uitly a parsing thought, if their atteutiou bud f»*n beeu called to it : " io tte end of July, 1838,1 observed a »ingle ear of barley in a field of the'Dunlop specie». «Wch.froín its «larked difference from those arutiiid it, and also from any ,1 hat I examined iii theaeighbouring fields, 1 supposed iriigh<.^tuwi>iit $o be a fcîru» ape "ties. Accordingly *l ma riced its position, sud when it w...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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AGRICULTURAL ESSAY—HARVEST OPERATIONS. (From the Maitland Mercury) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 18 December 1845

AGRICULTURAL ESSAY-HARVEST OPERATIONS. (From the Maitland Mercury ) ''if trise, Australians, venerate tbeplbógli." The labour of the husbandman is reward* v od bjjiis harvest. JU1, he has-been dili-: gent, by doing'his work in due «ewson*irrid~ in a proper manner, his recompense wit! generally be proportionate, and the result satisfactory for the hand of the diligent tnaketh rich It is not meant here fo enter into the disputed but it is hoped un» tenable argument whether wheat can be profitably grown in Australia. British hkill, combined with characteristic perse verance, jiave triumphed over every variety of climate, by obtaining; productions not «lily requisite for the necessities, but also conducive to the comforts of civilized life. From the day on which the seed is com mitted to the earth, until the crops are se cured in the stackor barn,many casualities tf nd to diminish the husbandman's profits. Defectiveness of seed, or of* covering in, destruction by bilds, metallic quality...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 18 December 1845

»»«ir AND GENERAL PRINTING OFFIQE L12TTKRrPltl<>S PRINTING of every description performed with neatness and dispatch, at Sydney prices, namely, Law Forms, Bill Heads, Cards and Lnbels, Circulars, Posters and Handbills, &c, &C.. &C.

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LATEST ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 18 December 1845

LATEST ENG Lit li NEW3. Her Majesty ami the Jioyai Family wera in good health and «vere on a visit to Germany. I hey «vere received with the utmost enthu siasm ni Antwerp. Malines, VerrieB.jCobleutz, Al a vence, &c. During her Majesty's stay in Germany Lord Stanley h s ifae management of foreign affairs, the Eari of Aberdeen being ia attendance upon his royal mistress. Her Majpsty has been pleased to recul Captain Hutt from the Governorship of Western Au stralia. His successor is Andrew Clarke, late a Lieutenant Colonel in th" artnv. The long dormant Earldom of Hath has been claimed by W, Douglas K. Poulteney, Esq., and it was supposed his claim would he success ful Au average crop «vas anticipated in (vngland, although the weather -bsdJong.been unGivoruble, from the immense quantities of guann iliat had been used. The weather la'ely had (men more favorable, and (be crops were being rapidly ga thered in. On the evening of the $$nd of August, ti dreadful fire broke out on tho...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 18 December 1845

Stationery ON SALK, at the Office of the .« Hawkes bury Courier." George street, a {j-ood stotsc of assorted Stationery, just received/consisting of , Blotting pa pet St^el Pens (warranted) Penholders Quill-« Ready-made Pens Ink io Urge and small bottles lied Sealing Wax lîlKck ditto ! Wafers in boxes and papers j Black Lead Pencils Penknives (warranted) India Rubber Memorandum Books (ruled) in roan Ditto ditto ditto marble Drawing Books'(half bound) Copy Books Kew London Spelling Books Richardson s British Prtmmers Juvenile Story Books Battledores Murrày on the Mind Maro on the Growth and Treatment of the Vine Sydney Delivered, ot the Princely Buccaneer Costumes of various Nations elates Slate Pencils, &c. Prints, consisting of-» Paris Fashions Dog anti Fox Pheasants in Danger Pox Hunting The Horse Starting Pheasants The Contention Caricatures, from " grave to gav.** la A VE NOE li W ATI5R, in pint bottles oaly 2s. Sil. each. Boxes superior Water Colors, with 4 camel hair p...

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CROWN LANDS.—(No. 2.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 18 December 1845

CUÖWN LANDS.-{Nb. 2 ) HAÑT.^tt» % New South Wales?'' 5 says* bis Excellency incontinuitibn, "ffall. into the strange error t)f considering the 'establishment ôf a-mirirtâum.price of 20s.; *«quivalent to %. declaration on the part of ? the British Government that the général ? îity of ihewaste lätid of Australia is^onh' :-20s. ah acre ; whereas the^Governtnent ¿has dorie no inore than o^elare it will not,:, "for the presérit/selKany^ánd -wfeich is mot? . worth 20s. an acre?' \ His Excellency trtéñ goes'bn toéay, that . lie is tiöt prepared to admit that a déclara vration ón Hie part of Parliament, that'none; ' hut the1 best land "shall at present be sold' r-is unwise': for lie had^tated tn the old^ legislative Council on the ~9th ^ept.,'. '1842, thatlie'was'entirely opposed tb the' 'selling of large bffead: hs of land-atttlow* Tprice, Tórthe purpose Óf raisitig sa töm'po-'^ **ary Revetíhe. and the events which had .?occiirrefa Tn the Coluny since that perioid '-were* not of a'"charac...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 18 December 1845

Wfe regret deeply lo observe by t he'folio ty ing paragraph which tve extract Troth the Anstraliñh, of the ;13th*irJ6tant, that hostile preparations were in progress fot, the des truction of the unfortunate1 New Zealand ers. Even thelnost peaceable and friendly Chiefs, faccordiug to the 'Korara df Gover. nor !Grey,^ were to be considered rebels to British buthority if they dtd not immediately place themselves in elK&oce with To m ali Walker^of course to fight his battle's whe ther they Itled'itor not.^ and be treated as suth ! 1 ! This is a shocking state for these worthy and "unotTeriding British subjects to be reduced to I We Ure afraid the next accounts from New Zealand will communi cate scenes of "bloodshed and slaughter, alike disgraceful to his Excellency for his participation îo their éxecution, and to the British Government from whom such a bar barous decree baa emanated : *. His Excellency lieutenant Krogernor Grey arrived at Auckland on Monday» the 04th ultimo, and...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 18 December 1845

By Public Auction. In Uie Insolvent Estate of Wm. Cross* deceased. Ry order of Clark Irving, Esq., Official Assignee. MU. LABAN WHITE, "fltriLL offer for Sale* at 12 o'clock , in the forenoon of SATURDAY NliXT, tbe 2''ll) instant, at Mr Blanchard's, WHITK HA HT INN, vfindsor, alHhe right. titi« sud interest of the said William < JOBS, or of tlie Trustees and Executors of hts Will, in and to all that Piece or Parcel of Land known as G KÜSS G HOVE, símale mid being in the County of Cook, and on the Hiver Colo, being a Orant frbin tltla Crown to William Cross, of 6 . Acres be the same more or less, now under rental tu Thomas ll ay es,at ^2" per annum Also,a HOUSE known ss KURRAJONG Tertns at Sale Sev.rd useful HORSES, just t>r<ired from off a Run. whiou will be sold without tue least reserve 1er ms, Cash Dtcpmber i6rh, IM1) Caution to tHe Public. A LL PERSONS are hereby cau of land, known, by ilia name ot' " CltO>S GROVE," situate on the Colo Uiver, and now ...

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"HAWKESBURY COURIER." THURSDAY DECEMBER 18, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 18 December 1845

M. U. meet every alternate Monday, at Host Thompson's, Macquarie Arms, Macquarie streer, Windsor.

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FIGHT BETWEEN HOUGH AND HADDIGADDY FOR £100 ASIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 18 December 1845

FIGHT BETWEEN HOUGH AND IIADDIGADM FOR £100 ASIDE. THIS fight at length took place, on Mon day, the 8th instant, on Miárk Beach, «ear Vaucluse.-At half past eight the men advanced to shake hands ; Hough accompanied by Bill ¡?parkes,and Gorman ; Harrigan by Donovan arid Lucas. TH li FIGHT. Round 1 <-The men advanced oyeing each other steadily-a sniil« playing round tb« ruby lips of Haddigaddy, and Hough's larboard feeler endeavouring to mensure th« exact distance be tween his opponent's mug and bis own tidy iktU bunch of fives. In this attitude, with but slight variations, tbev cnmihuéd dodging fount! the ring. Harrigan evidently resolved to Wait, and the long un not disposed to risk the return« -Hough nt length dropped his bands, and stepping backwards towards his cerner led per pie to suppose Ile meant to regain his second's knee, " His *' fat friend" was, however, too close* upon him, and up nant ihe mawley ('gain, when a slight feint and stop took plac*. Harridan still...

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CATHERINE CAMPBELL. OR THE LOST SHIP. A STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 18 December 1845

' fortune'tnerely«nabled him to Jive ip comfort] %nd 'to i^«i^|1á4iÍi^wo sonsx u,è]ferkyii^\'faoMÎi^|W...with ;Ií tioárcér ; '%u^i^is person in Ihe «Pttirse:m three years afterwards:'was obligNed to wind np Jiis «flairs, and 1 waa turned adrift '.on the world, u ; ;, /? V : ; ; A sea captain pf pur acquaintance, -hearing thy situation alluded to while lie *Wag ;.i»i,tli' the family one everting, "said, 5in a.jocolar ?1©ne, .* Well, Allan, how would you like a trip "to the ^United Pistes ?" ** 1 would be delighted with lit," Ï replied. 4* Would you, indeed .l i "** You Ira ve oiïly to gét ready, then, for* , *I shall be off for New*Yprk next wee}i." ; *. If my parents consent, my prepara- , .lions are-soon tiiade*" After some de: :' *tnur, and a~short delay of a day pr twp, * ' their consent was procured; and indue * time I found myself on the deck of my; ^friend the captain's vessel, lying at ^Greenock, ready for"pütting to sea, -1 Our ship was soon under sail, and with a brisk bree...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 18 December 1845

3 BROTH hil CA RT W HltS HT SYDNEY : P G M MOFFITT, G T GEORGE JltKS J G S ELLIOTT, P 'N ß ELLA RD ' THOS. I>RWM'DONJSLL, SECÄETARV« lOth Dec. 1845. WINDSOR AND HAWKESBURY MEDICAL REPOSITORY. GROCERY, WINE/AND SPIRIT a SP <D m M a « GEORGE STBEEt, WINDSOR '{Zafe Messrs. Tebbutt's J LABAN WHITE RETURNS his «ratéfuJ ackttow: ledgments to a kind Public, for that extensive patronage be has sd liberal ly received since his commencement at the above Stores ; and to assure them that no exertions on bis part shall be wanting to merit a continuance of the same. L. W. begs further to inform them that be bas laid in extensive supplies of & mas Fruits, &c, which he will sell at very low prices. . Fine Pudding Raisins,ld.per pöünd." . Ditto Patras Currants, 7d per paiiud. Mascatells and soft shell Almonds. Candied Citron, Lemon, and Ordnge. Spices. ^ Superior London Starch, ld. per pound, by the paper. Supeiior London Blue* ls. 3d. pet pound by the 7 lb. Shot of all...

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RURAL COURT[?] [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 25 December 1845

Ör fielet w»Mt drooping BWpY . ' >o lovely iWay Wary. ^ 1 * % > s ^ «. * ä< - <? Tba Retiing sire«tt)lßt imornftag lay ?f 1 Delight* the BOCU.VBTJOjj« siTte ,* : ? ThavportiVe Umnlcitis «¿releas gnat. » 1 Jo ihbhglith'ra irlw, iii naiur*^ jiriaej "So dW toméis Willy. ^IJE~1 hersch' in'luxurv*imivpine*- ^ ' . And ionour. wpalih, their lord taiíy tibe, . Ambition B»gh ut gloiy'aRBOf Mf hfáit'e ihe needle, thou the pole,. - And oh ¡ what bl-ss wouhTfili my aaul, .. If Uiou' wouldst be mine, M «ry. * ïtiE-though alithaYwPshbcould give were mine ' How dimly would encl! jewel shine ; . ; Each sparkling rev would be à dart. Would ceaseless 'de dly wouii(J« impart ; If wanting thee, dear Willy ! ?? [ . Máitjand Mercury." wuammmmmmmmimmmmmÉÍáaéáiimmÉ¡mmmiÉÉiimm. ?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 25 December 1845

I Stationery ON SALß.at the Office of the ?« Hawkes bury Courier," George street, & good stocíc of assorted Stationery, just Yee*ived, consisting of Ked Sealing YVax i«Hck ditto tyafersiu boxes abd papers Black hf.&A Peticiîs Penknives {warranted) india Jübber Memorandum Books (ruled) tn ronn Ditto ditto ditto marble Drawing Books '(half bouud) Çopv Books New Loudon Spelling Books Richardson S British i'riuimers Juvenile Story Books Battiedoies Murray on the Mind Maro ou the Growth and Treatment of the Vine Sydney Delivered, Or the Princely Buccaneer Costumes of various Nations Mates Slate Pencils, &c. Prints, cousístftig of-¿ Paris Fashions Dag and Fox Pheasauts itt Danger Fox Diluting The Horse Starting Pheasants The Contention Caricatures, from " gravé to gay.«' LA VENDER WATER, in pttit bottles only 2s. 6dL each. Ladies' Pearl handle Knives (cheap) Marking Ink Pruning Knives (H. Cutler's) Leads for Pencils. Puzzles ia Boxes Evening Amusements That famous ...

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NEW LINE OF ROAD FROM WINDSOR AND RICHMOND TO BATHURST. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 25 December 1845

NEW LINE ó F ROAD FRôVVVINPSOR ÂNb RICHMOND TO BATHURST. A cofVespfrnHent in a laté'tlombêr of a Syd ney cotemporary having' hinted that mea' sures1 are likely to be adopted., to set afloat a subscription list for the purpose of form' lng a neTw line of roatlTrottl Windsor, vii Mdftnt Tomah' toute to ïhàt part of the Bathurst; road in the oéîgbbdurhood ol Wälle i o wang, or Brown's Mill, we beg to offer a few observations connected with this contemplated Undertaking, the advantages of which "nlust "be "clearly obvious to the agricultural enid trading *pdrtion of the community in this district. By the forma« Hon bf a gôod dray road through the Mount Toma h country, fhe'dtstañcé from "Bathurst to Sydney would be "reduced some thirty or, forty miles,'consequently, the traffic ol the Western districts would then bethrough Windsor, the proximity of which town to Sydney, would "enable the merchant or storekeeper to" supply the country settler almost äs cheap as he could purchase in the Sy...

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SHOCKING CASE. ALLEGED MURDER ON THE HIGH SEAS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 25 December 1845

SHOCKING CASE: ALLECÍEÍ) MÚndfeR OÑ ttíe üiöxjr «¿Ás. The following is a copy of ari affida vit riiade by one bf Ute Kestrel's ship's I crëw, now lying iii Hobson'* Bay; which we extract from the Melbourne i*Afntot of P-fiday, the I2J.II instant. " Pettîi Bruce, ship's couk on board the barque Kestrel, now lying at anchor iii : Hobson's Bay, in the district of Port Phillip, being duly sworn, states,-I wa* hired bb board bf the said vessel at Manila,' as cook, on or about the IfJth September last, and tn about a month after, when at sea, I stgrted articles ; on the voyage frori Manila to the Island of BallJ*,, add when" withib abolit fodr clays' Sail, afwr leaving the funner place; the master of til« said .vessel ordered the boatswain of the vessel; known así the Seraag, to seize a Lascar; whose name { do not know, and tie bite! \o' the rigging, which order was cairied.iïno. effect ; and the boatswain, by order of Capt Beauvais, did inflict a severe pîinïsh* nient on the said Lascar,...

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SYDNEY SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 25 December 1845

SYDNEY SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVED, DEC l8-The brig Christina, 126 tons, Saunders, master, (rom Newcastle. 18-The steamer Maitland*103 .tons* Parsons, master. From Port Macquarie. 19 i-The schooner Äflfc, 'G3' tons, Mac farlane, master, fsom Kiapara, New Zea laud, the 1st instant, with gum and sun dries. 20.-The steamer Shamrock, 200 tons, Gilmore, master, from Moreton Bay the 18th instant, with 230 bales wool and sis bundles sheepskins. 20. -The barque Regia, 181 tons, Mor« rison, master, from Auckland the 29th ult., with manganese ore,&c* 21. -The barque Eweretta 356 fons, Darley, master, from the Downs the 23rd August, with merchandise. 22. -The schooner Velocity, 138 tons, Gray j master, from Boyd Town the 17th instant. SAILED. DEC. 19.-H M. S. Fly, Captain Black wood, for Pott Phillip. Adelaide. Swan River, Mauritius, Cape of Good Hope, St. Helena, and England. 20-The schooner Bon-Accord, Wilson, master, for Auckland, with sundries. 20, -The ship Josepläne, .Roys master, for...

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"HAWKESBURY COURIER." THURSDAY, DECEMBER 25, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 25 December 1845

''TOT üt^aä^i #?w|fein& Lpoj| OP TRJ^ INDEPENDENT ÖBDBB OP Obo ' FELLOWS meet every alternate, Thursday af Host Coffey's * Daniel ÔtJônïell Inn, Thompson'sSquare, ^v-^j-***-.^'.-.^.... THE \ Lb VAL;. PpiNïiB' OF WALE* LbfebR^ M. U., meet every alternate Moudáy, \ at Host Thompson**, Macquarie Arms, Macquárlé'street, Windsor. '

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 25 December 1845

Eligible Opiwrtaiiity FOR BIASING A RESPECTABLE, . V.ND - " ' ' COMFORTABLE LltELîBOÔt».51 I TOR SÁZE BF PUBLIC AUCTION^ m m wà mm On the Prémite», George-street, Windsor1 ON AN EARLY DAY, UVLE83 r-BEVIOUSfcY DISPOSED W Bf P lt I V A T E C O N T R > <C T. THE WHOLE OF THE j. TYPE1*, PRINTING PRESS. COPYRIGHT,I AND MATERIALS OF THE " ÏÏAWKESBÛ'Rr COOKIER;*\ , AND PRINTING OFFICE, ' An Inventory of .?(pkick may be seen -alike* Office. ; AFTER WHICH, ? ? ?{ A QUANTITY OF PICTURES AND' STATION EU VT. &C. i TO Gentlemen resident in the District . this is one of the best opportunities of forming a respectable Establishment, ' that has ever been 'Offered in Windsor; The only reason 'for the ptesent Pao; PRicToas disposing <of their interest therein is, thal their rabidly increasing* businesstn the Metropolis demands their undivided attention. A considerable trade -might "be done in the STATIONERY & BOOKSELL: ING Line-and a CIRCCJLAThvG LIBRARY could...

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