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THE QUEST FOR TRUE LOVE. OR TOOTEE, THE DANCING GIRL. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 8 January 1846

THE QUEST FOR TKUE LOVE, OR TOOTEE, *HB" DAKtílNG, GlflL. THS 'King of Persia^ tvho; by the beauty of his person and iÇë íeícpahce of his accomplishments, Was called by his subjects Jehan-ara, br ** Adorning the World,*' possessed all that might pro mise to bestow happiness on man. He had wealth, power, and popularity ; he bad youth, and his desire was' law to his people, who had never caiise to dread their ruler, for. ' unlike most Eastern Sovereigns, he'was mild,gentle, and compassionate in his nature, and just in his decisions, lie had« friend in his Vizier, who was usuälly called, ' from his talent in business,' Katarhua- ? -and io him Ahe'King occasionally com-^ municated the feelings of regret wVusli" ^veighed upori Iiis mind. On oneocca ' sion the Vmer described to bim in ani mated ' terms tlie charms of a young dancing girl who had1 lately appeared io Shiraz, hoping td rousé his curiosity, and induce him to take an interest in the novelty her talents Afforded. '« She is," sa...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 8 January 1846

fcéedeÜ 1n producing paper and paatebt.'ira from a substance separated from toepñtaioeJ TUEIM^ÎD. AN£> TUE SrárVfeú,-The GAZSTTE' DB TBIBÜSAÜX relaies the fol lowing anecdote, wfiich if true, throws into the^liadethe story upon Which »bc opéra oTthe>*tGaMa;Làdrà*' isljbunàed, / M. P- had two enamel shirt »tod* surmounted líy a small fly ot burnished sieèl, sb'beautifafly wrought that he fire qúensfl^eceivea his friends by féigttîhg to beftrfinoyeil by Bies. One of these sturJs^s lost. Mr. p, had certain suspicfms., hiït fdr wantof proof thought it prudent tb suppress "them. The fol lowing ^ar the'fellow stud also disap peated« «iherehpon the old servant was accused^ 'theft and dismissed. Sonia days af{$*>ards Madame P- perceived a large |roder*s web behind the wain* scot of l%rjapartment, and, upon brush . inglt dowjt, what was her surprise at seeing llíe^wo missing studs fall to thè ground, ^n enormous spider, deceived by"the reseftblance.hnd thinking to, have caught a «%,...

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"HAWKESBURY COURIER." THURSDAY, JANUARY 8, 1846. To our Friends and the Public. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 8 January 1846

THÜRSDAY, -J ANUA KY 8, 1846. To our Friends and the We llave come tö the 'determination of re ducing the price of the Hawkesbury Courier, from this date, to 3s 3d per Quarter, or 3d per Number. Advertise ments will be'charged -for clines ls ; 8 lines 2s ; and 12 lines 2s 6d each. Advertisements from Servants in want of situations will foe invariably charged ls each. In the Jobbing department ¿a consi derable reduction will also take place on for mer prices, and we ful^ "Sly rely on a generous Public for an encreas * ed portion of its patron ' Wt observe by a Prospectus which ap * pears in-.the SVn»EY MONNING HFRÀLD of yps'enlay's date,^copied from a late Knjiiish Newspaper, that a Company was * formed in London %r tlie purpose of es tablishing a RAILWAY between Rich mond, Windsor/Parramatta, and Sydney, wirh a '"capital <óf ^ÉôpO,000, m 25,000 -sitares of £20^11, -a number of which' were reserved tor this Colony. We 'deem the 'tiiidertakingipffrfectly practicable ; abd b...

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

M Ml m nus. Téi* phrtpeen» af- the island appear to be ¿ again reviving after the corriplete revolution* jd its social condition, affected by'the "eman cipation of its former slave population. On ibat great occaiidn (be redemption money, ai tba rat« of ^£bi alerting «ach, >ás p*>°" by che British Government uptín «wry thou J sand 'slav «a. By a recerít 'census fitíiy six j thousand of these Vers found remaining OD , the 00« 'hundred principal ¿ligar estates ot' the island. To meet th» "Yoincus deficiency. «Í labor occasioned by tts general desertion* on the * »rt of (lío '«maucipbtéd black's, the |>iatit«rs frere allowed 'to introduce "about ten thousand itomigi'Bnte from Calcutta. This; inadéquate supply sa'ved marry rttafea frotut falling out df cultivation ; thu, 'owing 'to al-j leged abuWs, add th« altno&t total Wftt ol |iioiectioo fdr the Coolies," this system of, immigration tra« interdicted, aüd after some delay H better system vraa adopted about 'two ' y esr...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 8 January 1846

Sïith is %he présent nttet insufficiency of ! labour In Sooth Australia, notwith*ta*nd ] ing all the Ute nnmeroTis arrivais, that j without thé "aid of the invaluable harvest j machines large 'quantities iaf cont must I have been inevitably lost. These ina ; chinea have bel ped to give celebrity to the j Colotay-will perhaps iinmoTtaliza . the) name of th» indefatigable originator-«nd are destined, we befteve.to effect wôodeis in the advancement of the Colony generally, Messrs. ilobeW'end Co., artisans t>T the " Ridley isbboW' have pst brought out three harvest Jpacbines which rival and: fin sofrió respects perhaps) surpass Mr. Ridley s own ; i)eatitifuV*udvffictent as are those vthich há¡ís se^n^ into the Wm for the presen? $¡É6M^' W« yfÉtóÉÚ^I*! «mplôyeé.^^^TOawilg^S^^^^^^^ belonging to Mr. Cowled, near islington,~ and»iotbing, we thotight.could surpass tbe. accuracy and compass of'its operation's, lo the'first successful machines made and eui-: ! ployed in the province,. the c...

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

»fJpO LET, a Shop and Bakehouse, ? t -«TT - adjoining the Windsor Steam Mill. Fon Sale or - Exchange for Wheat, a Quantity of American Pork, in Tierces of 200 lbs. each. For further Evening School, JyJL Teacher, respectfully intimates lo his friends and the Public of Wind' sor, that the Evening Classes of his School re opened on Monday last, the 5th instant. . BRANCHES TAUGHT. English Reading, Writing and Accounts Grammar, History, and Geography ; Book-keeping, &c. HOURS OF ATTENDANCE. - From Seven 'till Nine o'clock, v. M. To be known on application to Mr. Walker, at his residence, New-street. Jan. 7, 1846, particulars, enquire of M li. JOHN TEALE, Endeavour Steam Mill. Jan. 7. TERMS : to leave hïsVS^re ^nseVyed, ddritM^he X-aias week, whidh could hot be alRd ed, io consequence of want pf room, and pressure of business. To remedy the above èvil; W. G. Bürg» has ac« #|ted the Ténder of Hr. Chfrîls Bâlèy, Builder, of Windsor, for extensive al terations to be made upon, his pr...

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"HAWKESBURY COURIER." THURSDAY, JANUARY 15, 1846. ADDRESS TO THE PUBLIC. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 15 January 1846

« . . --?-'- 1 THURSDAY, JANUARY 15, 184Ö. ADDRESS TU THE PUBLIC. WITH this number vf a new series of ihi " HAWKESBURY COURIER," we beg t< apprise our Subscribers and the Publii generally, thal the Proprietorship of (hi! Journal bas passed into other hands, a nc ti a« i< will henceforth he edited, cond »oieti and published under the auspices of a Pro prietary resident in the dis net. Whilst therefore in the name of oui predecessors we bëj* to acknowledge past favors, we venture to solicit on our, own behalf a continuance of the same, express ing our confident hope that « e shall not fail tomb'ain that patronage and support which it will ever be our o irne?t ehdeavoui to deserve by advocating to the best of our ability, ibe advancement of gene al as well lis local interests. As will be observed ekewhere,the terms of subscription are reduced nearly one half, «nd arrangements have^een made for the regular publ cation of the Windsor» Par ramatta, and Sydney Police ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 15 January 1846

TBB UNITED Lo VAL HAWKESBDBV LODGE OF THE INDEPENDENT ORDER OF ODD j?ELLWs'ri>V>et every alternate Thursday kt Host Coffey's, Daniel O Connell loti, -Thompson's Square. Tás LOYAL PRINCE OP WALES LODGE, M. U., meet every alternate Monday, -at Host Thompson's, Marquât ie Arms, Macquarie street, Windsor.

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THE COURT OF REQUESTS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 15 January 1846

THE CÖURT OP HEQtJESTS. The last days for issuing summonses (or the ensuing Court of bequests at Windsor were-for the £30, on Tuesday, the 6th instant, and for the £10 Court, on Thurs day '»st» when for the former only seven, and the latter 106 cases were set down fur trial We have noticed this as the smallest Hst that has been in Windsor for some years bark ; indeed the Courts have been decteased on every succeeding occasion fur the last two years We have heard several j CH uses assigned as the reason of this change j but we think the only valid one is that of a complaint which is not unoften mode by suitors, of the present high scale of Fees which are demanded for summonses, &c. The Legislative Council having refused in its deliberations during the last two Sessiotisto vote the sa I «rips of the Officers of the different ( om is in the Colony, thev have Tjfen naid ev«r since by virtue of a Rule promulgated hv his Excellency the Governor, oit of the Ft«« received, so thtit ...

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THE FRENCH CORVETTE "LE RHIM." [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 15 January 1846

THE FRENCH CORVETTE "LE RH. IT." On Tnitsday afternoon last, Comraoljre Berard, of the bbdve vessel of-war, enterta «ed á select number ot ladies and gentlemen, ama Hit ing to nearly two hundred. His ^Excellency Sir George Gipps and Lady ; the Colonial Secret ry, the Colonial Treasurer, tho Attorney-Gen tal, tlie Collector of Customs, with their ladies md fair friends; besides the French Consul, thc Right Worshipful the .Mayor, and several na ral. military, and civil officers, with their la< ¡es, Ti>e Band of the 9yih Regiment was on bo rd, and played several beautiful compositions ii an elegant style during the period occupied in (he gathering of .the gay troupe. At a little bel ore one o'clock the signal to man the yards pro red that Sir George and Lady Gipps, with tl air suite, were approaching, and immediately on gaining the deck a salute of 17 guns was il ed, the band immediately striking up on the ist match being applied. Shortly after the pi rty had assembled, t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 15 January 1846

GUITAR. rF\ü be disposed oU a Patent Machine 1 Hear! SPANISH 0UJTAH. Apply mthe Vf&cp öf the HAWKESBURY Cou ai EB Georgá street . Jan. K * J~ riVi' li KC li I V iii), and on *Me at t»e COURIER 1 thee, afresh supply of Foolscap. Post, and blotting Paper, Ink" in small But les, Mag-a jm ßbtiurri and other -teel Pens, in >>oxes. Black Lead Pencils, i hadron's half-penny Books in great varie" y, &c Cl RHt M T1 N G LlttllA RY.-A Gu allatiri j library will be opened shortly} at the " Courier" Office --The Works will principally comprize well «ho¿ «en 'x ov-ls, Ivoinances, &c. The terms of >ubs3' ip dn will »>e very reasonable,and Catalogues issued previously to opening. . Jan. 14. HOLLOWAY'S OINTMENT. Ëxtraorâlhary Cure Of tl Case abandoned by <íay*$,Üie Metropolita»} King's College, and Charing Cross hospitals, tbndon. TAIS AFFIDAVIT WAS SWORN TO BEFORE IHK LORO MAYOR OF LONDON. I LUA M BROOKE, of No. 2, Union-street, Southwark, London, Mens...

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WINDSOR POLICE REPORT. TUESDAY, JAN 13. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 15 January 1846

WINDSOR POLICE REPORT. TUESDAY, JAN 13. Preseut-U.L. VV hit taker. Es . J P., The business before the Beuch this day was not vt;ry .important. Bryan Cross-ch-trged with being drunk on th«' previous evening, hued and I«, costs ; and iu default, of pay meut to be confined in the cells for 12 hours. Thomas Sutton-having been absent from his district without a pass, was admon ished and discharged , Ellen Piyke-*being rather " top heavy ' a» ' napping time" ou Tuesday morning, was fined 5s.

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PETERSHAM RACES. (From "The Australian," January 10) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 15 January 1846

. ?* », » PETERSHAM RACES. (From " The Australian," January 10) I WE have had so many palls upon our time during j the holiday season, commencing with Christmas Eve, to the latest hour of Twelfth-night, that it has been with some little difficulty, we have been able to keep a firm seat in our saddle-not from thé overflowing effects of atoo cjose conference with the rosy god, but simply because we are. unaccustomed to step out of our way to mount a cranky horse, during the prevailing influence, of a New South Wales northwester, coirJmouly ' ycleped " a hot wind," or a South-southester, known by the very euphonious appellation of "a brickfielder." lt certainly puzzles us not a little, that people will have such melting pleasures as horse-racing, at a season, when the atmosphere is as hut as a baker's oven» after he has, drawn ¡his morning's batch. To promote a healthy circulation of life's blood at such a period of Sol's vigour, requires only ordinary exertion, but to be compelled ta ...

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VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 15 January 1846

VAN DIEM EN'S LAND. HOBART TOWN ABBIVALS -Dec. 2r> -Barque Stratheden, 426 tons, Bruton, niasttr trom london 3rd August, witli 154 male prisoner* from Pentonville, Millbank, and Parkhuist. Pas sengers, Surgeon Superintendent Dr. H Baker. R. N , Lieut. Ward Ensign Travers, f.O men, 6 women. 10 children, lllb regiment. 26.-.hip itt- Marco,-- ^^^ji^^^M^mmrn Blick. Warrior, 280 toi«. '^Mr^Jp|^lP^|i» whiling. with oil ^^^^t^^^^^V»"* 3rd May. 2R.-BarjDue#*r]>«& master, from whaling ,^th ^ barrels »perm oil, 250 barneto bUtílt- <% apd àp,Q0 .tbs. whalebone. 28 -Barque Che»«oti tons, Mansfield, mûBter. from whaling, with 520 bárrela .spam oil, 630 black, and 30004b*. whalebone. 28.-Schooner Agnes & Elizabet hi 83 tons, Sherbert, master* trom whitlng, with 93 barrels sperm. 29-H. M. steamer Drlvery 1058 tons. Captain Hayes, ll. N , 4 guns, fron Hongkong 26th September

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 15 January 1846

Subscription Races. A TaME^TlKG held *t Hr. HIG: OBU80H,*,*» BJía^Handfwl«cbí mond Road, «a TJmrsdsj. rho 8tb doy pf .uary, iBJfi, it wat «greed that* Sobsoriptior) Rices ebonid ba held at' the Windsor Race Course. Richmond Road, on Wednesday, ' Thursday, «nd Friday* the lat,. Sad and 3rd of April» wbçu th« following'tViEaa ml) be run °Tt WEDNESDAY, A PHIL 1. ' riRsf parts. The Hawkesbury Town PUte of Fifty Guiness for Horses of all ages¿carrying weight for age ; beats, twice round the Course ; entrañe* ' ¿£"5 5s ; three entrances or no race. BtCONO PRIÉE. THE MAIDEN PLATE of Twenty-five so verelgns for horses of all ages that licvenevei won an advertised Prise exceedine. '£l<i, CHI. rying weight for »ge ; heats once round ; entranoe £5 ; three entrances or no race. TfllRO PBiifi *TIIE WELTER Si AK ES of Twenty aove reigns. With a sweepstakes of Two sovereigns, for horses of all ages carrying 10 stoce 7 lbs two-mile heats ; the winner to he sold foi Twenty-fire sovereigns...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 22 January 1846

Wfi bave been favored by á valued c respondent with the loan of a «« Wi: SHIRK INDEPENDENT" of a late dt from which we have great pleasure in i trading- the following highly gratify account of " the Odd Fellows' Festi in Salisbury," from which ive obse the high estate to which the admira Order is advancing as its principles a objects become more generally know The acconnt of the Salisbury Festi is replete with interest, and its peru in this Colony will have the effect of i ducing many, who never before thous of becoming Odd Fellows--to link the: selves to the golden chain of the br therhood without delay. With the des: of giving grearer publicity to the accou of the Festival, we have printed a nut her of extra copies of the COPEIER, wlu'i can be obtained at our Office. Odd Fellows* Festiva .: IN BALI S BUR F. THE first public Festival of the Salisbui Lodges of Odd Fellows took place o Wednesday last, July 30. At half-pa ten o*clock, the Brethren, who had pn viously assembled at the ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 22 January 1846

Ftaufftiroet «frlffalteroate rntorsdty *t Host'Coffey V Daniel O Coancll Ioo, Thompson's Square. ^ * TUB IxiviL 'ftiiNCE "OF WAZ.ES LÓDOK, M. U», meet eve'íy altérnate Monday, ot Host Tbotopíbn># Mafcquarie Arms, Maoqualiè-î»ïreet> Windsor.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 22 January 1846

Retíioval. DOCTO PL BELL to Thompson's Square, the house lately occupied by Mr. Coffey. Windsor, 21st Jan.* l846« ^HEBboirè valuable WATER MILL * with half w Acre of LAND, to . be Sold bj P4*tö Contract The «ame« situate in lb* «sidit of^«-populous and Agricultural neighbourhood^ #d bow in fha oooupationof MB Patea flowisii ca r«naut thereof" H ia near tba " Otoo FÍIABW Aafci» Im*," kept bf Afr DaUeb»*. For funner particulars app'y, fifty letter pre paid,) lo M R lJUUfJ WH I IE, HAWKSBU «« SÍ «PICA« RwosjrtiaV, George street, Windsor. Jan. tl. HORSES FOR THE INDIAN j MARKET. tHB VNÙERSIGNÈD WILL Purchase HORSES for the above Market, in Windsor, from this daté tu the l5ih February, and will vuit YASS for the same purpose on the 28tb proximo. Páriias having Horses to dispose of. ar« re quested to communicate with me as early as poi siblè. THOMAS C. FREER Coffey*« Hotel, Windsor, 21«t January, 18*6 Thomas Aspinwall, TAKES thé présent opportunity of acknowledging "the kindness of the Pu...

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We have great pleasure in copying the the following useful letter from the "SYDNEY MORNING HERALD," in which it appeared some few days since, and would earnestly recommend a perusal of it to the Agriculturists of the Hawkes: bury:— SMUT IN WHEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 22 January 1846

We have great pleasure itt 'copying the the following useful letter from the "SYDKEÏ WORKING HERALD," in which it appeared some few days since, and would earnestly recommend a perusal of it lo the Agriculturists of the Hawkes: bury :- j SMUT IN WHEAT. *. Last year my wheat crop was dread* fully affected with smut, I should think one-fourth of it was lost : having sowed the seed which was clean,without any preparation, but merely soaking all night in water, and drying in the morning with hot ashes. This year I sowed one acre with smutty seed, after giving it a night's soaking and drying it in the morning, with as much lime as it would carry. I »Iso sowed ten acres with smutty seed, having been about twelve hours soaking in a solniiou ot bluestone« I tried two acres the old «ota tty. but ^DDt «o tVttch so «s iii explain wheat'"soaked only io -water, wliteh J consider one fourth «tout. A's li am aware that malty fettling 'either ffrom ignorance, indolence, or prejudice, Hose much wheat...

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Odd Fellows' Festival IN SALISBURY. (Concluded from First Page.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 22 January 1846

Odd Fellows' Festival jN SALISBURY. fCdnctúdcdJrom Fiteï Ptyè.) That waa a proud day for Odd Fel ]OWB-a day from which they might en 1er tain j ust hopes. They «ere that da assembled together in the Counci Chamber of the city, hy the permissioi of the Mayor-and they had the bono wf seeing1 the Mayor preside. over th day's festivity-lor which they owed tha gentleman their dpepest arknowiëdg thents (loud cheers.) 4Je should con < lu'.e by proposing the health of thi ¡Mayor, and may success and prospérité «'tend him through life, Tile, toast wai received with enthusiasm^ aird will Xiodge honors. H. li. Kelsey* Esq., the Mayor.thank rd the company for the cordial mannei in which they had responded to th« toast, aud for the flattering terms ir which it had been proposed, From tlx position which he held in thé city* he had been requested to preside there thai day ; he at once consented to do so, and the kindness with which be had been received had left him no cause tc regret (c...

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