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CROWN LANDS.—(No. 3.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 25 December 1845

eRaWN* LA$©$.-i(Nx>. 3.) . His Fîcéffency/ in his 'Wsfaatch ~ on -this f' Subject, goes on lo «tate, '"tharMt may be admitted, that the increase in the upset ! price of land was one - of 'the' causes^but ' not the sole cause, of the diminished pro: v ducttvenessof the Land Fund during the/ ? years 1842 and 1843. Whilst'the land spectrlätfon marita lasted, he did riot fhink' the price1 set on lànd by the Government . affected 'the sale ; aitd when the mania, subsided, little larld would have been sold 1 if flie price had''-been;''reduced' toT5s, per { acre. He was further of opinión that Jif '. the Taisin¿ of 1 the ;upset ^fice tended to 4 check the existing mania, it must be con ?" siderëd to have conferred a most important 1 benefit on the community. It bad been argued by many persons,. 1 that á high' upset price was unnecessary j ' becàusè latid would always fetch its value; ' let the^upset price "be what it would- ; butt ' even the Purveyor General of "New Sftith' Wales adm:«c...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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COURT OF REQUESTS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 25 December 1845

COURT OF ttliQ[JKSTS. AS a proof of the exteut of business wbich j *s carried on in the department of ¡.the CoUrt of Requests, Windsor, vire nefed on^ refer obi- rt ade rs to the eübjolned lie tu rn,; by Which it will be seen that the Windsor Court stands next td Sydney, both iii point of number of writs îss'oëd, as also the amount of revenue derived from Ú, Whe ther this circumstance il to Be attributed to the well known assiduity of the officers -connected with our Windsor Court, or to a praiseworthy design which our fellow in habitants have to adhere strictly to the motto of " short accounts make long . friends," we will leave obr readers to Judge. Return of siitnmobses issued upon, ftc., at the several Courts bf Requests within the County of Cwnberländ, tn the colony of N»*w South Wales; tinder the Act of Condell, 6 Victoiia, ftnj 19 froid the 1st oí I'ebruaiy, 1844, to 30th of Septétnber, 1845. jSTATfON. "No. dT Sum monses issued £10 JURISDICTION. Amount sued "for. .Sydney .......

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

. ÀHÙ .: . . -. ? ..t.... . GENERAL PRiNTING OFFICE IUTTKIt-PlU^S IMUNTÎNO of J "every description performed with neatness and dispatch, at Sydney prices., namely, Law Forms, Bill mads, Çards and Lu bela, Circulars. Posters á'nd Handbills,

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PORT PHILLIP. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 25 December 1845

F&RT PHILLIP. Th»snip's bell of the "Margaret" at Portland | Bay was cast in Adelaide from metal procured in the colony, and is said to have an excellent tone, j THU CROPS-Never, we believe, Was the pros- j peet of an abundant harvest more cheering, thau in this district, up to the beginning of last week. Since (ben, however, the prospect bas been sadly changed ; ibe caierpillers having suddenly made their appearance in large numbers ; and com mitted ravages, tba extent of which will scarcely be believed by those who do not Know the manner in which these animals attack the grnin. They do not, like the locust, destroy every gr*en tiling iu their progress ; but merely giimw the sta!k immediately under the ear of grain ; and this they do with so much celerity, that in the course of a few days the field of groin beoomes « field «F '«aries* straw. The only miana the agrWtàrïst «aa take to?<jurèrent the total ^eafrijction of "Jits cropVfis io mow down lite .rhole, ripe ...

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CATHERINE CAMPBELL OR THE LOST SHIP. A STORY.—[CONCLUDED.] [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 25 December 1845

'? C A T H £ lt I NEC A M P B E?L L OR TAE" tösT -sniv. ?V-s'tfoá*.-ttOXcLÙDED.] After a ilapso of six months, my era» íployer gave me lodgings bade of the* 'store, perhaps as much lo gtfard itv , against thieves as fröm any olheVinotive. *'í had serged two years, whèn a couple of hundred dollars was voluntarily? . added "to"ttiy salary, and Tor a moment; -1 felt delighted in the hope of a'tittled "more spare time and ^recreation* My ' next reflection determined mc to perse-* "vere iri my course of life. At every^ succeeding'visitf I 'liad become'more and more attached to Catherine, lei nd.' ? she appeared devoted to me, She was; " always on the watch on my visiting! ' day6, and would come running towards 'rae with extended arin's as far off' as she ' could descrv me. I afterwards sent Cafttèrîne to Tro; * on the Hudson, where there was a schoi of great reputation, and directed tin ' no expense should he spared in eitlii the u'pefuLor ornamental branches. Sh 'took the separation so ...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 25 December 1845

SOUTH AUSTRALIA* Tbe colonists are prosecuting tbeir mining operations with undiminished ardour. Tbe following extracts will give an idea of what is doing in that respect, and also of tbe tone of'the press in regard tu the prospects of tbe colony.-The first lode of the IVheal Grey, at tbe Northern mines, has been opened -ia length thirty-four feet, sud in breath , trentj*Ker^n'mlLj'^»^ep<^'of toe" drtèpeàï pert on'r8euVr%iy:'wtlÍÍsVe' feet seven inches 1'lie floor is ¿ne WOIUIWUIHI mass *>f ure. T-be. . í?wí«|¿»j(.-.' inf f^n^fy of the Mining Assn* elation have return id highly delighted with . their trip and w¿tb tb* atines'. We have gleaned (be following particulars, which' will doubtless be interesting to the public. ' Urie hundred tons in' ail hiid'been despat'clied from the mines, and twenty more drljrjf* were passed going up. Snvei.teen ¿i^js. arrived'at tba port yester day. Tu'erí»''»*i b^¿iá"*|| from cine hundred and fifty 18 two b|udred tons rendy lor ship man...

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THE CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 25 December 1845

THE CONCERT. The Concert of the United Loyal Hawkes bury Lodge of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows-iu aid of their Widow and Orphans 'Fund-and which has been looked tot wardoo with much interest, came off on Friday evening last From the late unfa, vorable state of the weather and the con. sequent obstruction to travelling on the neighbóuriug roads, a thin atteudaoce might have been anticipated. We were, tbetefore, most agreeably disappointed in witnessing a crowded audience. The no velty as well as the good, cause tu view' seemed to have had their full attraction ; indeed, the whole Town was on the qui vive until the hour of commencement. All the Gentry of our neighbourhood ho uored it with their attendance. As it is some time since we have witness ed a ' oncert here, and never (in our titnt*^ one with such a combination of Talent, we »hall take leave to offer an opinion in detail. The Overture to Fra Diavolo (by the Baud,) was executed with great spirit. Theu tollowed the Natio...

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LATEST ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 25 December 1845

LAÎÈST ENGLISH HÉWS¿ Upwards of £Ó>OÍ>0 ba's alrea'Jy been sub scribed in London «lone in aid of (fae lund foi (be relief of (be sufferers iu (be isle calamitous fire at Quebec. The Manchester subscription for the same fund «mounts to £5,21)0. j Tiiu J Lwe.-A n Act of Parliament was passed 1 during the last session, admitting the Jews to j au Uurestricied participation in municipal bunora. . At Asblon-under-Lyne, u lew uays ago, a cock,' wbu hud just belôre been irritated by some boys,: went up to a child eight months old,which wus lying at the door of his paréate, and struck bis heels tuto his head, inflicting ld wounds, ol winch be died. The " North Wales Chronicle" states, that a labouring man at (Joh*y nu has voiistructéd a wing, with which he bas already been able to fly a considerable distance! On July ll be new from a bili in the présenta of hundreds ol spectators I Letters from Trinidad, dated 1$'tb' and 20th Juno state, that the Coolies' lately introduced lhere. IIBVC...

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VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 25 December 1845

VAN ÜIfcMEN'S LAflÖ. By the opération of Lord Stanley's new ! Bill; providing for (lie payment by jSiigland of tire expense of Police rind Gaol«, tba further great boon ia granted to the Colony-giving it atf unspeakable advantage Over ail the oth^r Co lonies-that tbe £l per acre Sale ot Laud Act )s repealed, a's respects Van Diemen'* Land, so lbtigjps prisoners of (lie crown continue to be seat fibbers 'lliis meettire is-intended to «ct as aíjM^iiía 4d»tofgrlKiön.jiiasmnr,ii as èvery em i prallt going io any of thé' oilier Colonies, cannot ob tami land, tiniest hy purchase at a minimum -price ¿f jt'l'f I» Tao -Diemen*« Land (bat con «ilMoödoes not tiów exist. W hether (bo Gûver «or té ítf hnve th* power of fixing (he reduced prícej] or of rètùritfng to'the original free grant 'jilan^ are are not ir|formeä.-CotONtAt TIMES. The' Av.sínÁLrjÍN Bays, in reference to the 'atbove paroora pbWe aré very glad thal poor Van Divriieii'a Land nt length appears to be getting a Hule soothing, to C...

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TO A FLO[?] [FOR THE "HAWKESBURY COURIER."] [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 8 January 1846

11 '^NwWlU-ï^rerï *%vejyÄlrer»i- ;¡4k^ :$|¡Pí^rôû\d niant it.wMrl.mSné^yes, : . Might eyerie^ piïsè ; _ Where *mT^ retch it« form, j * ÎÏ©T summerV scorihiog heat Should harm* j . And then that naiver 'should'bloom the while, ; My heart enjoyed its suhny'srhile ; v And every day that came should bring, To it an^verlastirtg spitng. . Theië'is à voiff withitf my breast, Which that sweet flower could 6 lithe best ; -. And could 1 cati that flower mine own, 2io more Td feel myself alone, Then come, sweet blossom, cc-fte to ore, No longer let us partedl)é ; v Come thou and own my fondest care. - And let me in thy sweetness share. , f-F. A. VV. North Richmond j.Tan; I.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 8 January 1846

CENffeAL SOCÍfiTt 'iou I ac PROMOTION OF AGlÚCtyir'tjnE. ARTS M A NtJ t* ACTO K ES, AN Ù COMfcteRCE. rl^HE Colony having recôVèrfcâ frorit JL tlic statè of paralysis ender which it balsao long suffered, anil Bavera! Brancb Agri cultural Afesocia(ions having beèn Vorrned in the mos'important Districts, fte want of a " Central Society" tor the encouragement o*f Agriculture, Arts, Wanhfabtures and Commerce, and for rna dèrîn<! available thu diiebveriee which have buen, frota tirtie to time müde ia this arid *bë Sister Colonies.is felt «ad ifcirriom'ledged by ali ll is, therefore, proposed to tuiablisb s'üch Society so soon aa a strtneient notuher of Sub scribers names have been received, Yrotu which tu elect a " Working Committee." The first point to which the attention of this Committee «rill he directed, is the publication of a QuAtiVtitLV M «MAXIN'E,' in which «rill be re corded not only every new discovery made in these Colonies, but ali euch stutters and treatises a« ma...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 8 January 1846

»tiloft Coffey's. 'D&lel t£Co»f»ell Ino. /1'l|omp89ir« Sqoare|\ * \ |fVpÍJfo*meat* every **hemfcte donday/ %¿*t Hoot Tbompsou'«. Macquarie Arms, Macqaalrie>tteeí, WindíoY. ; 1 t

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LATEST ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 8 January 1846

LATES1*4£NGLl$H NEWS. The Queen bad returned from the Con tinent, where she had been enjoying the hospitality of the parents of her ruy a I con. soit, Prince Albert. His Hoyal Highness's birth: day-26th August-was celebrated with .great rejoicings. "The expepçe» of the / i¿» oh the Rhine 'in honor bf'her Majesty are said to have vost 5,000 OOO tra tics, the musicians having rt reived no less a sum than 400 OOO francs Her Majesty also honored the King of the French with a visit at 1£u. which was wholly unexpected by the townspeople, -'who had therefore en toyed the unwonted f gately, with edditiotml eest. . ¿ The demand for british manufactures on thrt t ontinent was on the increase. The1 harvest in 'England is said to have beeu one of the richest and most plentiful tba) has occurred for many-yearn, ! r The state b't trade is said to be generally healthy, aud wool likely to maintain its price. Mfa, Frost, wife of the Newport radical had proceeeded to Hobart Town as matt oh ut a femal...

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SUPREME CRIMINAL COURT [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 8 January 1846

SiJPKSMU l Ul Ml fi At (OMIT MÖNDAY, J*N. fee&rs h)n Honor tire Chief Justice. . LAreCENY-Aüár*w ïtetfoïà & Joseph Briggs were placed nt the har. charged . with having; on thé 18th October last, sto leh 'from the lioman Catholic Chapel, at Windsor, a silver chalice, valaéd at £10, and a'silver Patin» vàlàë £S. The prism; era pleaded not guilty. Air. Pureloy np .peated m their defence» Evidence was called for the prosecution to show that tfee articles in question were Rifely locked in the tabernacle of the'altar at i be chapel, OH the Saturday evening preceding the Jobbery ; that on the fol lowing morning about eight o'clock, a window was tftund open in the chapel, the tabernacle forced, and the articles remov ed. They were subsequently found con .teated near Mr. Coffey's ho el. and tied Up in a piece of silk, the chalice broken up, and the patin partially «melted v this was about a week after the robbery, the prison ers having; been apprehended öd the pre ?ceding day...

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THE HAWKESBURY RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 8 January 1846

TlïE fiAWrtlîSBURy RACÉS. ï IN our advertising columns tail! be seen tin ? advertisement, calling a .Meeting this-af-, lernoon, at4 o'clock, .at Mr, Higgéisoil's, Bird-iii Hand, Richmond Road, for the purpose of making arrangements Tor the' u&zi Tlawkesbáry Subscription Races, which, tve a*ie ^iveti to understand, will cötne off the latter etttl of Márch oi'the be ginni tig of AprÄ; niiditbere isrno no doubt but they witt be the best that htfve yet "taken pl acenn o Ur sporting district, stabling having already been recured Tor 15 Race Horses. 'Dur muet» tespecteüTrieud and supporter of'the Turf- ANDREW BADGERY, Esii.. will have no less thau vivi racers in the lists, independent of which all the first-rate yoting stock, disposed of at tbs sale of the late Mr. Charles Smith«stud, ate expected to contest the prfees. These Races being so early, ivtll give a line Opportunity to owners o'f untried horses to test their capabilities before entering theta fot pitees on other Courses...

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SYDNEY SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 8 January 1846

SYDNEY SHIPPING NEWS. ' ~ ARRIVED; [ DEC. 30.-Thc schooner Falcon, 4$ tons, Merrett, master, from Tahiti the 18th NOT. 30 -The brig Amlia,2S1 ton«; Teasdel, master, from Manila the 17th September, and Batavia the 10th November. JAN. 1.-The barque Garland Grove, 483 tons, Robson, master from Liverpool the 4th September. 3. -The whaling-barque Lucy Ann, 213 tons. Long, master,from the whale fishery, with sperm oil. 4 -The brig Watkins. 230 tons, Varty, master, from Liverpool the 3rd Sept. 3 -The American whaling ship Liver» pool, 306 tons, Devoll, master, from the whale fishery. 4. -The ship Persian, 598 tons, Mal lard, master, from the Downs the 4th, and Portsmouth the 6th September. 4-The American whaling-ship Re becca Sims. 400 tons, Taber, master, from th«- Whale Fishery. 4 -The barque Sarah, 418 tons,Davys, master, from Liverpool tba 16th Sept. SAILED. DEC. 31.-The barque Fanny Connell, Davis, master, for Manila and Hongkong. 31.-The barque Isabella Anna, Rogers» master, for Tahi...

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To the Editor of the Hawkesbury Courier [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 8 January 1846

To the Eêftor of ike Hawketbufy Cvurter Si lt.-Having been very kindly allowed to inspect a sample ot Mr. Fitzgerald's pre» , sent season's growth of wooli t roust say that it does great credit to the superior manner of getting it up» as well as to tts texture, and pronounce that it reflects great crediton hun as a (frazier and promoter of the best interests of the Colony. Would j we had many such friends.-Vbur a, Sir. &c, A GKNRUAÏ. OBSERVER OF LVENTS. Windsor, 7th Jan.

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WINDSOR POLICE REPORT. TUESDAY, JANUARY 6 [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 8 January 1846

WINDSOR POLICE REPORT. TUESDAY. JANUARY 6 Before Robert Fitzgerald, Esq, J, P., and L. D. Whittaker, Fsq, J. P Jane Whitfield,' charged with being drunk and disorderly, wu fined ten shil lings, and one shilling costs, or 12 hours imprisonment, in default of payment, Ueu ry Wheeler, charged with drunken ness, was discharged, in consideration of his having been two nights in the watch» house and this beiiig his first offence, Cornelius Bourke, stood charged with abstracting moneyfrotn the till of Mr. Wal ter Blanchard, Landlord of the White Hart Inn, on the evening of the 1st January. It appeared that a son of Mr Blanchard s ob« served the prisoner-who was intoxicated at the time-put hts hand into the till and take money therefrom. He informed his mother of the circumstance, who ordered the man lo be seaiched, when two sixpences and some coppers were found in his posset* sion. Mrs. blanchard had no doubt the mo ney found on the prisoner belonged to her, as he could not pay for a glass...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 8 January 1846

tonn«: GENERAL PRINTING OFFICE \ IETTER-PKESS PRINTING of ti cVéry description perforated with neatness and dispatch, flt Sydoey prices, nainely/Law Forms, Bill Heads, Carde and Labels, Circulars, Tasters and Haudtulls^ &c.,&c.1&c.

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THE CONDITION OF THE ABCRIGINES. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 8 January 1846

TrtÈ CONDITION OF tftïï ABORI GINES Os th« Í9th of August last, on the motion of Mr. Windeyer, a select 'committee of the Legislative Council was appointed "to consider th« condition of the aborigines* and the; beet''«beans ol' promoting their welfare." ' The committee during the last seaton only examined four witnesses, vii , Mahroot, an aboriginal native, commonly known as the " Boatswain,'* Ms Grace tho Roman Catholic Archbishop of Sydney> James Malcolm, Esq., aud the Rev. Wm. Schmidt. Circulars containing a series of questions bearing ou the number and con ditton of the aborigines were forwarded to every part; but up to the 30th October last, the petiod when the committee brought their laboura to a close for the* session.|very few answers had been received. Different mero bet s of the committee, how« ever, have undertaken to produce, this year, from their several districts, intelligent aborigines able to state their own view» of their condition. The committee have therefore d...

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