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

Weare^utborîced tb state« that Melara, TÚÓWAS öf Syflney, are giving 4s. forbeBi samples of W«BAT % and that ifiey are prepared to receive any quantity buring the riext month. A very serious accident happened on* Sunday last to aron of Mr, Roberts, B 'Par-, mer. residing bu the Richmond Road. During the absence of tiis parents, he was' amusing 'himself malting a'fire, and hiving endeavoured to take a powder flask from a shelf, the flask fell from his hand 'into the fire, when the contents exploded/ scotching Iiis face'and body 'very severely, ' The póor boy had the presence of mind to run to the next house-when Dr. Stewart with the utmost promptness attended, and administered relief, and we are "happy to hear that the boy ts recoveriog»

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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To the Editor of the Hawkesbury Courier. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 22 January 1846

j To fïAe Editât óf ike HawkèsbWy Cóürier \ StB,--It gsve me great pleasure "to find by your last issue, that the Proprietorship ' of the Hawkesbury Cóüriér had passed into other Viands, and that it would henceforth be conducted and published under the au* ' spices of a rreprietary resident th the dis trict. This fact'must be pecufiarly jjraïîfyîng to the patrons of the Press in Windsor ' for, as the COURIER Was formerly conducted, namely, by parties resident in Sydney, it was impossible that justice could be done ; to it, and therefore our local Press was heretofore comparatively speaking, inferior to what it woùld have been liad th^a Con ductors tesided in Windsor. I am also glad to find that y où haVè de termined on reducing 'the price of the : 4>.op*r^4uf A<J*<*ti^ The Reading dommuhfty of Windsor can ! now have nb excuse for not becoming 'your ' patrbns ':-on the cbutrary, they should ? consider themselves greatly favored in hav : ing a medium through w...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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TUESDAY, JAN. 20. Before William Cox, Esq., J. P., L. D. Whittaker, Esq., J P., and J. L. Scarville, Esq., J. P. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 22 January 1846

TUESDAY, JAN. 20. Before William Cox, Esq., J. P., L. D Whittaker, Esq., J P.. and J. L, Scarrille, Esq., J. P. The business before the Bench this day ! Was not important, Severa" remanded cases ] having been further remanded to. Saturday j iiext. through the absence of witnesses. j

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

HOLLOWAY'S 01HTKÍES8T. Extraordinary Cure Of a Case abandoned by Guy's, the Metropolitan, Kingle College, and Charing Cross Hospitals, London. THIS AFFIDAVIT WAS SWORN TO BEFOHE THE LOUD MAYOR OP LONDON. WILLIAM BROOKE, of No. 2, Uuion-street, Southwark, London, Messenger, maketh Oath, and s:ti(li, Mut li« (this deponent) ivas afflicted willi FUTBEN Ku NN IK G ULCEKS on bis left Arin, and Ulcer ated Sores and Wounds on both Li'gs, for which the deponent was admitted an outdoor patient at the MGTUOPOLITAM HOSPITAL, in April, 1841, where he continued nearly Tour Weeks Unable to receive a Cure there THE DEPONENT sought telief at the three following Hospitals-KING'S COLLEGE HOSPI TAL, in May, for Five Weeks, at GOY'S HOSPITAL, in July, for Six Weeks, and at CUAIIING CKOSS HOSPITAL at the end of August, for some weeks more; which deponent left, in a far worse condition than that in which he had quitted GOD'S, when SIR BRANSBY COOPER, and other medical officers < f the.Es. tabl...

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"HAWKESBURY COURIER." THURSDAY, JANUARY 22, 1846. HAWKESBURY AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 22 January 1846

''íl\\\T{^lli;i!Y CllllilEli,'1 ^imSDÀY, 'JANUARY 22, 1846. . HAWKESBURY AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATION. A MEETING oí the above Association was held (pursuant to advertisement,) on Thursday last, the 15th instant, at Mr. ColTey's, the Daniel O'Connell Inn, but "we regret to * state from the paucity of the attendance, nothing of importance was (or could) be done at it. Mr. Bedded, Hon Secretary, who, it : niUBt be confessed, has taken a vast deal 1 of trouble-to the neglect offals own busi ness-about the affairs of the Association, expressed'his surprise and regret at the thin attendance at the Meeting. He thought the only course to be pursued in *? consequence was, for an adjournment to fake place, and hé would therefore move, " that this-meeting be adjourned SINS ! DIE." Doc'or Stewart, who was present, thought it would be better that some time should be appointed for a future meeting. Mr. Hale replied, he thought it of littto" * use to natue tiny fixed day of meeting, but suggested that...

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WINDSOR POLICE REPORT. SATURDAY, JAN. 17. Before Robert Fitzgerald and J. L. Scarville, Esqrs. J. P's. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 22 January 1846

WINDSOR POLICE REPORT. SATURDAY, JAN. 17. Before Robert Fitzgerald end J. L. Scar« ville, Esqrs. J. P's. Ann PbíUips~charged with having on the l4th instant,between 10and ll o'cld'ok. created ft disturbance opposite the house of Joseph Plunkett, and throwing stones at the saine In consequence oF the non-ap pearance oF the prosecutor, the prisoner was discharged. Thomas Short and Margaret Flint, charg ed with drunkenness, pleaded guilty, and were dscharged, ita ^consequence of having been in custody since the 15th instant. 'James Hawkins-charged with having on Tuesday last* between 9 and 10 o'clook, stolen a bee hive, the property of John Town, jun., of North Richmond. Constable Phillips deposed that at the time above ([mentioned, the prisooer| was given into his custody by Joseph Onus and Mr. Skuthorp . abd on taking him into cus tody he acknowledged having committed the robbery. Deponent having searched for the hive, found it outside the gatden fence. Joseph Onus deposed to having ...

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

ATa ME ETI NG held at Mr. H tnond Road, ou jurada». the'«th day of J -"wy, 1816, «tjirM «ref« ftft Subswipi Races shouid i»e bald at the Windsor *W Coutte, fEicbmoi.d Road, en Wednest .Thursday, «nd Friday,the lat, Bod «od pf AprÜnrben the foHowiog^rixwwîH be for:«. ^WEDNESDAY, APRIL 1. 'MB8T PEI**. ~<Tbe Hawkesbury Town Plate of Fiftv Guûv ipr Horses of ell*g«s¿earrying weightier a¡ beats, twice round tba Course ; entra j£5 '5s ; three entrances or no race. SECON©'PRUE. ^THE MAIDEN PLATE of Twenty.6ve rereigos for horses of all agesibat bare ne won an Advertised Prize- exceeding £l<», < rying weight ~ for age ; heats once rout ' entrance^ ; three entrances or no race. Miran PRISE *THE WELTER STAKES of Twenty ao reigns, with a sweepstakes of 1'wo sovereig '? for horses of all ages carrying 10 stoce 7 I ' two-mile heats ; tba "winner to be 6o1d Twenty-five sovereigns if demanded - ; < ' trance £l 10s ; three entrances or no rael THURSDAY, A...

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LAUGHTER. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 29 January 1846

*y ¡ ^ ^ iii* ' ^ ' One half the thought we waste «bout it ; : ^^g]pat4ÍÉitrara#e m*-,,. rt* When wo «¿Allá :iló^-%r^|^(t?l»0«B«-«.:" -i. .: :'; çoroond, Su/Bbdpjefalïooîrc^ , To frighten «s poor laughing sinners. * . 'One fisgues himself »bout Iba son. A And puú%le& on through wind »nfl weather ; What time he'll rise-how lonjg be'll rnU A.nd «ben he'll leave us altogether. Now mattera it a pebble stone, W bether. he shines et six or eéven. 'If they don't leave the sun «lohn. At last they'll fright him oat of heaven. My brother gave bis heart away To Dorothy; when first fae met her ; She married Air. Squires one day "He went to Paris to forget ber. T had a charmer too-and sighed. And raved all day end night about her She caught enid--poor thing, and «lied, But I am just as gay without her 'For tears are vastly pre:tv things, And make one very iii in and tapar ; And sighs are music's swestest strings, lint sound most beautiful-on paper. Thought is the sage's brightest t>t;...

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A VOICE FROM THE MOUNTTAINS. From our Kurrajong Correspondent) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 29 January 1846

A VOICE FROM THU MOUNT» TAINS. From our Kurrqjvhg Correspondent ) «'A. vbi^KTXtrY^^I«>lrofh die societ^ofj the human race,] have been an inhabit-f ant of these Mountains, the seat of the. profoundest solitude, for the last half; century ; nature lias supplied my wants, | «and I have found by experience how*; little is required for our support when! we have shaken off the Sophisticated; -appetites which habit and society have entailed upon us. A few kind of roots which the forest lias bountifully snp plied, have been my food, and the clear and crystal streamlet which takes its eternal Spring from the bosom of the flinty rock, has afforded me a pure and delicious beverage. No surfeiting nor fits of indigestion have succeeded my simple repast, nor has the parched and fevered tongue, or the aching hca>": up- ! braided me (or my evening's libations. Moss which I have collected from the mountain's side and deposited in one of it's caves has formed my couch, and upon it I have enjoye...

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CAPTURE OF A SLAVER. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 29 January 1846

CAPTURE OF A SLAVER. lt is with sincere pride that we record the exploit, wiiich for chivalrous gal laniry has hardly been surpassed d uri ti ii the most stirring period of the late war, ant) which must sa'isfy those detractors of our brave seamen, who in sist that the navy has lost much of the spirit thaj was wont to animale it, how utterly groundlessftuch a belief really is. The boats engaged in the affair belonged to the sloop Pantaloon, 10 guns Commander Edmund Wilson. Hie prize is a remntkably fine vessel, of about 450 tons, polaeco rigged, with immense sails, She >s of great celebrity on the coast, is armed with fotir 12 pounders, and had a mixed crew.coni posed chit dy of Spaniards; amounting to about 50 ; and was equipped for any villdtiious service, whether slave-dealing or piracy. The Pantaloon had been baffled in her chase of this vessel, sup: posed to be a slaver, for two or titree days; and it appears, the pirate, after leading the Pantaloon away to St. Thomas's, and...

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BAY OF ISLANDS. [From the New Zealander, December 6] [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 29 January 1846

BAY OF INLANDS. [From the New Zealander, December 6 ] THE Russell,"schooner, arrived from the Buy ot' . Islands on Friday morning, by which we have information from tbat (dace to Wednesday afternoon. .His Excellency Governor Urey had bad several communications with titer-bel chiafa, but the Utter appear very little inolinod to be quiewent The HiitUh troups are stationed at Kororarika, the officers oocupy the house of Bishop Pom nalisr, and the soldiers berner in tents on tho sr rou ml formerly the site of Kororarilca. The rroath'-rliBd be»n very indifferent, as et Auck. l ind, »nd railira y operations were at present sunpended. . be friendly chiefs had an interview with Ki« Excellency, on Friday, the t'Hib ultimo, and front most .authentic informal ion, we ore enabled to, ííraíify our ra iders with tba substauoe of tho oonversa'ion His Excellency commenced hy observing ; ' I have hastened here bofbie the arrival of tho numerous soldiers who aro flocking to New Zealand, bv ennunahd o...

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WHEAT [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 29 January 1846

*W H jj A WE are authorised to átate, ' that Messrs. THOMAS BARKBII and Co., of Sydney, are giving 4s. for be« samples'óf WHEAT ; end that they are* prepared tb receive any; qüántiJy duriog the next month. 'Feb. . On Frids^trght some person dr persons found their.\way into the/vBfew-House of Thomas Caddeii; Ksq. aiidhaving proceed ed to Ibe'côùffting-house 'broke open and ransacked a desk in "which that gentleman, occasionally ^places money for immediate expenditure ^Great tnust hive been their disapointmènt at finding no " roots of all j ?evil" with whichto compounda little * medí-j cine* for their heart's «ase, at this season pf , drought«od dnst,nöt »en *^«i»i^4jeiofr^ to be found. A door through which sacks ; are hoisted 'by" means of a teacle-and - which IB placed nearly Jit the "top btlthesei splendid premises, was left ôpen during i the night for the purposes of venlillation, and it is supposed the parties must-have gone through it to the office. \Ve have heard frith much ple...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 29 January 1846

*t Ho»t Cot eyV Daniel O'Connell ton Thomjp£ón*t. %uire* M;r&.,$eeV^ry dterftftte Monday, et Hdsl! tTtbäipfDn>f Mac^aaTie AtuuM Macqujfie-¿treet, Winsor, jj

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"HAWKESBURY COURIER." THURSDAY, JANUARY 29, 1846. COURTS OF REQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 29 January 1846

* THURSDAY, JAN UAKY S9, Í846. ÇèÙMS OF REQUEST« UK fufölment öfthebromise we held oatin - a recent number of ihe COOKIES, we now l proceed lo make as proper an exposure as ~ we can of the absurdity tof the recent ' Rules issued by Proclamation for the guide - ancè of the Courts of Request for the Cb Mony, robre particularly with respect to their practicability in the extensive db: *trict of Windsor. We would ask his Excellencywhose Vignature appears to the Proclamation, * or Alfred Çbëéke, Esq., Commissioner,, who is probably the framer bf the Roles; ' how it is possible, under the following, " circumstances, that *och Roles-can be acted upon. . '$ By Huies 54 and 55, it is enacted, that the Sittings of Courts shall be at such ? 1 times and places as his -Exollency the " Gevernor shall from time to time appoint. Now; since «he date bf the issuing of these Rulés no appointment bf the -sittings bf the Courts in the Colony has been marje v .n the Colony ; of course it is not deter: mi...

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NEW SITTINGS—(TUESDAY.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 29 January 1846

Before His Honor the Commissioner «od Thomas Tebbutt end "Edmund Jforite* Esquires, Assessors, No. 4. G. C. -Doggini» M'Donell-Thia was a continued cate from last Court, iii consequence of Aba aervice, and was brought to 'recover the Jfum of ¿20, being principal due on a'Pr omissory Adte, drawn ny the defendant'in favor Of one Jotin Gro no, senidr, and by Gi ont) endorsed to tha plaintiff. Mr. íiawsoh appeared for tho plaintiffatld Mr. Johnston for defendant, Mr, Johnston'objected 'toan informality in the particulars-; the date when 'the note waa due nót being stated ; Mt. lawson ob jected to Mr. johnston's appearing, he not having filed any defence. The court ul timately allowed Mr Lawiffru tb Üínend his particulars? Mr.iîohnstou theft applied fdr a postponement of the case,'ot 'account of the distance from the Court Of the residence of the defendant, and not having had time to file any defetoce, but the Court re fused, and found a Verdict fat the plaintiff with interest No. l.-i*G...

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HORSES FOR INDIA [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 29 January 1846

I i 'BöjUBS'rÖfc IIÍDÍA I 4*4> wbjçct ot deep intered W thia ' di«. tHct,H^ n&vein9licb pleasure ID announcing to our readers thatfa the \rig ffi^W ol tW2lst ins-ant, itfe a'ated lette« tad beerñ*ceived from Calcîaua to theïeflect that the military ánrhojnftieB «re fdueb pleased *wîth the horses sent from this colony, BBfd that Capu.» Appérfy 6od Pallas have 'received Hnstrûcirôns to pur* fchascvety JaíUy 4n (he ensuing season/5 This Is'TCWtaiftly'veiy gratifying iuteHi«* gé&ce to farmers ; and we are happy for; ther to ' state, that ^rery- active'measures Jmve befeö already taken» liot only by these' gentlemen, 4>ut by several others of our resident gently and speculators, to pur:" chase large numbers ofhorses in the dis; trict. Ii was understood in Calcutta (says the Herald) that the East India Company intended lo establish 'a ^permanent depot Ha the neighbourhood pf Sydney, so that we may make sure of always having a ^market /or our horses-which ère ac* know...

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AUSTRALIAN RAILWAY COMPANY [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 29 January 1846

AUSTRALIAN RAILWAY COMPANY ^'Frqm SydM& 'N&D SolKh Wáteáttó Mr ratrm.Ua, Penrilh% Castlereagh, RichûoM and IViñdsot, íeilh a Branch lo ÏÀver pepi and Campbelltown. Capital £ 1 .OOO OOO, in 50,000 skàrès of £20 aach . Ina increased and rapidly increasing ratio of (lie produce of New Somit Wales lias long culled for a corresponding means of facilitating ¡ia transit to tue pott of shipment, and Lae induced lite promoters of tins undertaking to . communicate with uer Majesty's Secretary for the Colonies on á subject of such great commercial inteiest, and they are happy to announce that their «présentations bave led to nn assurance of the Government support The proposed Railway will commence at Sydnev, and be carried near (o New town ¿nd liomebuth to Purratnattft, thence to Penrith, in nearly a straight line north of the existing ."Youd, end from thence lo Castlereagh, Rich mond, end Windsor, with a branch at abcut two-thirds of the .distance from Syd my tn I'arratuatta, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 29 January 1846

HAWKE! AMD GENERAL PRINTING OFFICE, ETTER-PRE8S PRINTING of neatness & dispatch, under Sydney pt ices namely, Law Forms, Bill Heads, Cafds and Labels, Circulars, Posters and Handbills, &c.,&c.,&c. STAR IÑN, GEORÖE STREET, WINDSOR. dtotis premises situate at the corner of George and Fitzgerald Streets, for merly occupied by Mr. G. Seymour, and trusts that by proper attention to his customers, and at all times keeping .8 good Slock bf Wines; Spirits; Porters, &c, Jie may receive « share of their support. The premises having rieh?ntlv undergone thorough repair; will be found comfortable and convenient N. B.-rGood Stabling and charges ©nomos s^iEisii^ every description performed with J, C. Gooch,

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PORT PHILLIP. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 29 January 1846

PORT PHILLIP, V : Tôt ;'CopNnis~Cii«cid<»rBbla alarm is a« present tWU* by elie occupiers of crown land* within the boundaries of ino counties now being laid out, in consequence of the prevalent rumour that very unfavorable regulations will be brongbt intp^brçe respecting the lessing of tl»** survey crown laiida To such au extent does this alarm pri vai^ *hat many setters within the baundnries have elected sales of their sheep, in order to free themselves from the ri*t . «nd uncertainty of the o¡ eraiiou nf auch reguletioni, and roany mo.-e «re seriously deliberating «po« taking such asteo Although there can be \ii%\> doutit but that a difference III some respeoisin the regulations .affecting sinuous within And without the boundaries; will tie introduced, still w« do not think tüer« ig anv necessity for alarm ; the Government cannot, dare not be guilty ol such tyrannical conduct es would lead to the ruin of so irpportant a clsss of ihè community as 1 he sq nattere with...

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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. OCCUPATION LICENCES. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 29 January 1846

GOVERNMENT G \ Z F,T T R . OCCUPATION LICENCES. AT eleven o'clock of Thursday, the 19th Fe. braary, the Colonial Treasurer «-ill put up io auction, at ilie Colonial Treasury,in Sydney the licenses to occupv, under the regulations of 21st Abgust, 1841. the following portions ot lind, for ona year, from tlie I Kt March, 184ri. Further information respecting the laud nw ht obtained from thé Deputy Surveyor Genera' and respecting the conditions from the Colonial TreaNurerî The upset price of each lut is £} per section of 610 acres- > KiNd. I 640 acres, near Biala, f<-ur miles north west of Biala. 2 6*0 actes near Biala at the bead of » branch of Grabben Gullen Creek, 5 1100 acres ul the Yass Uiver GEORGINA 5 900 acres at the Sugar Loaf 6 9l7 acres, at Buckombil ? 700 acres,near Carrawa, about four miles north west of Carra; wa -, WEtr.'NOTO^ 8r640 acres, at Frederick's Valley, near the confluence of Fiederick's Valley Crrek with Lewis's Ponds, ? 640 acres,"near the Pvramil...

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