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

WINDSOR. ¿?¿fi-' MR. GEORGE SEYMOUR, hat the Honor to announce, that he will «eU bv Pub'ic Auction, on Saturday, the3l»l.{patent, at MR BLANCHARD'S, WitfT«,HABT INN, Windsor, Mid o clock precisely, A BOOT 25 BBAD OF Él é M i S i ÀND Û À RÊ>, (AIL BBokBN'IN,^ Several superior Milch Cows ( .-, ' AND A few head of fine Bullocks. Two very neat "Gie-* A four-wheel Carriage . Besides, several other articles. TBUMS AT SAVB. "Windsor, 28th Jan. « STAR INN,* (Corner of Geortre and FitÈgeraid streets ' Windsor.) flpHIS House, although only opened X two months, ia celebrated fdr the sunerioV qualitv of .ifs Porter end Ale. This is no Puff, which Will be round on trial. ...... (Encourage ColouialBrewing!) Tooth*« Sydney Porter, efjualto Barclay and Perkins ; and Tooth's very superior XXX Ale, only &d per Pot. ,An allowance will be made by taking two Gallons, and it will keep. " , . %-" JOHN C. GOOCH. HORSES FOR THÉ ÍNDIAN MARKET. THÉ ÙNùinsiGNEÔ WI LL Purchase HORSES for the above Ma...

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THE QUEST FOR TRUE LOVE[?]R TOOTEE, THE DANCING GIRL 'Concluded from No. 73. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 29 January 1846

THfc QUEST FOR TRUE LOTO CR TOOTE E, TÍ1E DANCING GI Rt 'Concluded from No, 13, Had Shireen been Leila,*'answered Tootee, hastily, " she had preferred the lowly lover to his great rival.*' »«'You think then, she could no\ hâve really loved the greàt Sovereign ?" asked the Stranger. Toolee smiled. . . 41 That is a difficult Question,*'said she, 44 for Khosru might, after all, have beeu as worthy of her regard. Now, my Lord, permit me to retire." When the Vizier and his friend had departed, Tootee reflected on their con versation, and could not forget the de voted air of lier young visitor, and the ' soft expression of hts eyes dwelt ripon her mind. *' He appears to have a soul," sighed she, '« but all are alike to me, no one will ever really become attached to a dancing-girl." Jehan-ara reflected too in his palace, and with some impatience awaited the period when the fair dancer should ac knowledge herself sufficiently well to exhibit before him. She came at length, and he found her ...

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COURT OF REQUESTS. (Ordinary Sittings.) MONDAY, JANUARY 26. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 29 January 1846

Moirtur, JAXITABV 2$, ' ^feefrSre His Honôrthe^mmiaaionèr. ?] Thelßrit *ce*e**lied m»$o.$?*?C?-| TKi» wiiVcbnîhnied i^se frort tbelastn Court.fentiwa« hr oughtbyïfàcb£el#inn,aj horBebreaker. agaiust Robert *FitEgêrald,ij Esq.. ti) 'recover |he siftn of ïC7lsDd^d. fori breakibg-in twb horfesiroá handling séveni coïts, The defendant defended rte casa on j the gibiiod thät the horsés *wére 'notpro..; pedy handled, and because the plaintiff! had lost one bf hVbofseB, and thereby pre vented the sate of it ; the horse waa after-' trards found, and the plaintiff »tated that; he applied to Mr. Fitzgerald for his pay meat ; "Mr. Fiftgerald refused to pay htm \, but asked him if a £1 would be of any ser i vice to him ; the plaintiff agreed to tdke a £1 in part payment, and Mr. Fitzgerald wrote a receipt, which the defendrnt was about feigning, when toe discovered that it was a receipt in full ; fae then refused sigo ing, and Mr. Fitzgerald told him to sum* mons him him, which he did. Mr. John...

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WINDSOR POLICE REPORT. SATURDAY, JAN. 24 [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 29 January 1846

WINDSOR POLICE REPORT. SATURDAY, JAK. 24 Before W. Bowman, M. C., D.h. Wfaita ker, Bsq, R. Fitzgerald. Esq., end J. L, ^carville, Esq., William Cochrane, was brought up under   a warrant, at the instance of his master, Mr. Swinburne, charged with refusing to re-   turn to his duty as apprentice to Swin I burne, after the case had been decided on I Tuesday week against Swinburne for an I assault committed on Cochrane^ Mr. Lambton appeared for the complainant and Mr. Johnston for the defendant. It ap peared that Swinburne had an evident wish to cancel the deed of apprenticeship between bim and Cochrane, and urged that it should be cancelled, on tbs ground that Cochrane W8S undes- age (being only 20 years and 9 montbs),and therefore could '«b»rg«i it beleg evidently a spiteful affair, TÜESDAV, JANÜART 27. Before I*, a Whitaker, Esq., Robert White, charged with stealing a < list, the property pf Mr. Aspinwail, draper,, of George-street Windsor, on th...

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THE ANNIVERSARY. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 5 February 1846

TBE A N* N I V ERS A R t . -'-Mote ft Ar the 26ih ult. was a Hay in this fcólóriy of almost universal rejoicing. In Sydney, ods of the most brilliant Regat ta's that ever was Guessed ití û\Û to íóny, came off ph that day. In addition , lp this, the Draper's Club" Races, the second Jfear bf iüsutmiöny álsó took place, andrere of ä highly attractive description. Nor was i hat all-no less than two public Dinners also tools place, one of which-the Wentworth dinner-was one of the most creditable affairs which ever happened in Sydney. Other dinners; although of a private nature, were also given at several places in Sydney orí the same day I n Parramatta lo close with, the first Anni versary Dinner ever held there, also came off, and was supported by many of the most respectable inhabitants of that dis trict. Festivities and commemorations at many other jjlacè^ jnï 1)19 ^oipny: also j took place on the 23th January, avery l one interested in them being Influenced by j à spirit of trie pâtr...

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BE KIND. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 5 February 1846

ulrëlt young WBOTI^^' " " «ti* V f ^ ' . "His locke intermingled wiÉh grey,J . ' l$is footsteps are feeßte^oöce fearleaaatíd bold-* Thy htmM^m&mr*yi)i) ;*r^" B|IE|D4 to my mother-for lo on lier brow, ., "Jftjí^!^ .t- .--r OiW%H^nay%t^faôûlct^rii$b and comfort lier h§w fr^f^.t'tifi kíndJiálh Js¿i beea^ , Remember tbv mother-for thea will she pray, "With acwntà of aireas., '^Oj,;M«^r' lier lobb ^^^Mo#£taîiéy of d*atb* Bl? fcáíd rto ¿hy brother-his heart will. Wa .**ôtteà^J^ * ...... ; . If the smile of thy Ipv "e 4>e withdrawn ; , ta3e at their birth; If tb* dew of afffctiöh be gone; Be kind to thy brother-wherever youare *fto W* ^ a taomer'abaltb* «T^n^afla frotatbo depth of the «aà* Ba kind to thy sistêr^not many may Itnow . The depths of true eisterly love y uMHfcstXMf' die ocean lies fathom* below Thy kindness shill bring to thee many avreé) And blessings thy'pathway to crown' ; Ajjepii^ of flowers/ * Mofeprécióua ttietfweaHh or renown

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TO OUR READERS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 5 February 1846

TO OIÍR REAÜERS. Tn E greatfëady money éxpëhces attending, the getting up of tfie Hàékèhbury CourU j cr in its f ORME a size, and the aiflfculîy of procuring compositors wdulrFwork j at nij¿ht (which is absolutely necessary in \ a priming-office,) has indueed tiic Printer ! with the advice of S^tne of his best: friends-to bring it to its present size. There is ample space for all the Adver tisements with which he iniulit he favored tocher with all Local Occurrences* in ' èîùding Sporting,-Police, and Courts of j . law Repor'B¿ and hxtiracts-re-writ ten id j r a condensed form fepm all the Colonial j ''Journals wi hwhipli the Ofhee is regularly supplied,--and as the Printer has access tb F tfteTatest^ áf*d; other guhl&ath^ Colony from %$eis^ Mt Ids paper willi|g read ^jRB.jBÍa,mM) inter est-and probably ^otój^tha^^ been primed Ä aiteg^ icaie» ; 5/ 4 - Wi^e^et;; h presé ^áíl^^^^ itsé'me^ti;',,.ïhôdid arisé, ä Subliment' wilj acc^mp^y, the Paper, v0mi^l ïtmf extra 'chafgçi Tba ...

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VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 5 February 1846

:'f'te VARIETIES. ;; H TiiüB PRINCIPLES CF OROTORY.--* The foliöWiög advice of President Wi therspun to lis pupils might be a benefil .to lode, -orators of the present d^y^ .« Iii «he ¿firstplace, tai^e care that ye never begin to speak till ye ha* some thing to lay ¿and secondly, be sure to leave off ás soon ai ye haf done.*' " ISTIRÁRÍT Sotó <. Caispitf.~Tlp Shoemakers of Lino, United States, have farted á jfiápér called. ffce.Awl/? whicha^kdcátés the claims and supp p<M¿ihe Interest* oftbese sons .of Si Crispin; . « TÍié^brié of habitrèiharkabîe exemplified lately in Kentucky, on the occasion of a funeral, the disconsolate wife-and a few neighbours sat watting the arrivât, of tbé 4>edplef all solemnly idle. The widow becoming uneasy after sitting still a few minutes, cried out; M Betty ! bring me my knitting ! I may as well take a few stichès while the crowd is gathering 1" ÁJÍ dÉerënces batWeèn England and the United States respecting the pregan Territor...

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SYDNEY NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 12 February 1846

SYDNEY NEW5». A Meeting of ihe Hebrew Congrega tion was held at the Synagogue Cham i bera in Yoik street, on Wednesday last, I at which Mr. M. Joseph presided. A letter from the newlv-elected chiel Rabbi S&Jtae] Bf^si Empire, the Rèv, Marcus Adler, was read, after which it was pro. posed by Mr. ï. Solomon, seeonded by Mr. J G. Raphael, that the committee do reply to the letter, conveying to the chief Rabbi as much information rela tive to the state of the Jewish Religious and Scolastic Establishments in this Colony as passible. It was next pro posed by Mr. George Moss, andseeoifdi ed by Mr. A. Moses, jun., that the ad dress ( thereupon read) which had been prepared by a sub committee,and which was expressive of the entire confidence the Brethren in this Colony reposed in the views entertained by the chief Rabbi, as to education and religious observan* ces, should be adopted, and forwarded to him in due course. After the usual vote of thanks to the President abd to the subcom...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 12 February 1846

HAWKESBURY Subscription Races. AT a MEETING held at Mn HIG: GJBIISON'S, " Bird4ii*Haiid," Rich: mond Hoad, on Thursday, (he 8th day of Jan. <uary, l8Ki it was agreed that Subscription Jlflces should he held at the Wi ad sor Race Course, Richmond Road, on Wednesday, Aburad ay, and Friday, the 1st, 2nd and 3rd ¿T À pril, when the following Prises will be ron for : WEDNESDAY, APRIL 1, PIR8T PIM&. ?be Hawkesbury Town Plate of Fifty Guineas, for Horses of ai I ages, carrying weight for age; heats, twice round the Course ; entrance £5 03 j three entrances or no race. SECOND PitlZB f 'ME MAIDEN PLATE of Twenty-five so. v*>reigns for ¿orees of all ages that nave never won an adrertieed Prite exceeding £tO, oar rying weight for age $ heats Once round ; entrance £3 ¡ three entrances or no race, «HR» PRISE VUE WELTER STAKES of Twenty tove, reigns, with a sweepstakes of Twdîsoveretffns, for horses of ali ages carrying 10 stooe 7 lbs, <wo*mile heat« f the winner ...

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THE RAILROADS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 12 February 1846

*TÏÏE RAILROADS/ Now that the subject of Railroad/ bas - been fairly taken up by many influential '"persons in Sydney, who h ive agreed iijat ?? they would be advantageous to the Colony, it isrquhec&rtain that they will be effected ; and that when the Report pf the late* res pectable tneeting in Sydney reaches En gland, it will add a fresh stimulus to the r capitalists there to rcarfy out the purposes * they have commenced with greater spirit. ! Taking for granted then that such will be the case, we may rely that the "proposed ' Railroad from Sydney to Windsor, will be one of the first which will be un de rt ak en i We will then suppose that in all pro bability a Railroad to Bathurst from Sydney will also be set on foot, and being so, to imagine that such would be carried through the present route, .namely-by Penrith. Now should this lie the case, we must/both iii justice to ourselves and to the Undertaking/ take a decided st and against it, and attempt to prove, that by its...

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VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 12 February 1846

COINCIDENCE BETWEEN KENTUC^^I** a^ro iATÄi6iiii^5i;W^ ^haÜ^iK btóhe^*jW feniof wha^ we c^ werekteiy|much*^ ?lre>k:fe|> |fein\upon a maa with a huge nasal orge», the humour of which is precisely io the extravgaant Ve|Q of thé Americanisms of the present day. Ooe Proclus is sa jd to have had such a length of a nose that he never, heard himself sneeze 1 Who could not take this to be a flower called from a Kentucky newspaper ?-àthenoum. A donkey, belonging to a farmer on Westwood esta/e, near West Calder, a few days ago s rayed to an adjoining farm, and walked into the dairy where a large quantity of milk had just been deposited. The donkey drank the whole, and instant ly fell down deadi rfljß qwnér of the donkey demands payment tor the loss of his beast, while tjiè ^therfajftfär demands the #ame compensatio» far tí¿ îôës pf forty cows milk.-r»itóttV r Why don'tyou wheel tj^at barrow of coals. Ned, quoth a learned vendor of black diamonds to h s man; ** it is not a very hard job ;...

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HAWKESBURY BENEVOLENT SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 12 February 1846

ftAWiCESBUR* BENEVOLENT SO THE annual general meeting of the above Society, took place at thé late 'Colonial Hospital; on Tuesday lastet eleven o'clock, and was numerously attended and presided ovér¿ in" the absence bf the President, by Thomas 'Tebbutt/feq, ^ice President, The Report s the last year's proceedings of the Society Was read by the Hon, Sec retary, and was a «oat interesting and elabórate document, but as it is the in tention .nf the Society to print it at an early day, 1*re purpose merely to give a very meagre outline of its contents. It referred with particular satisfaction to the circumstance of the Society having, after much perseverance, obtained the use of the Government Hospital, together with the promise of *he vote of the Legislative Council to the support of the same. The state of the finances of the Society is mos% | encouraging, the debt) of £209' 8s. ïÔJÏ. | against the Society, at the commmeuce meot'pf the yeai* 1645, being entirely paid off, together with ...

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TAHITI. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 12 February 1846

Ait interesting letter appeared in the 44 Australian 'of the 4U> instant, from " A Traveller;', et l^iM, which states, that Admiral Sir George Seymour had visited Queen Pomare and informed her, that England has recognised the Pro: tectorateof france, and cou 14 not assist her. She stated to him that her decided intention was to abandon all, rather than come to any compromise with the in va; ders and enemies of her country ; aod ¿hat she yet relies upon the generosity of England. Admiral Seymour» Captain Hammond, and other Officers very Madly presented her with a sum of mo: ney., which had the effect of placing her in comparatively wealthy circumstan: ces. The letter states that the French when they seizer] poor Pomare's Go: verriment,;ber Revenue and, her Lands* left her without a penny in ber porse to pay her debts ; and it ¿ben proceeds in the following feeling strain-v* Again she addresses her sister <Qdeen, although not ¿ven a wo«! pf sympathy has ever reached her ...

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WINDSOR POLICE REPORT. SATURDAY, FEB. 7 [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 12 February 1846

WINDSOR POLICE REPORT SATUITDA^, fe. 7 Robert Fitzgerald, Esq, being tire Only Magistrate ia attendance, three or four Uti» important cases were remanded to Tuesday TüESDÄY, ÏEB 3. Présent B, Fitzgerald and L. D. Whitaker, Estjrs i John Burchell, charged with being about to fight a prize battle-sentenced 48 hours ! to the cells on bread and water* Owen Mulhern, charged with shooting ! at William 'Byrnes and others-was com« mitted for trial Hie next case was that of Mr. Aletean.* der, storekeeper, charged by John Easton, alias Scotcfcey, alias Piggey. with stealing % pig, his property. John O'Dell, Esq, was examined on behalf of the defendant, and there being no evidence produced of fraud having been committed-the grunter being a matter of dispute of ownership-tho Bench very properly dismisse the case. .\A ?> Al M . nriar in nm ; lunr,.,-1 "'7*~??,'Ta¿i¿iá^aaateiiii *nd obliging inhabitant, Whom wc consider incapable of acting ¡a- the manner charged ia the information ; vend as th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 12 February 1846

THF undersigned, in returning hi best and most grateful thank to those kind friends who have dom him the favor to call on him since his com mencement in business, begs to state ii reference to a Report industriously circu lated by an eccentric individual, that tht undersigned was a mere instrument in thc hands of his late employer, Mr. Aspinwall -that the report is as false as it is meat and despicable and the motive too appâten: to require a word of comment, that Gentle man, or any one connected With his Establishment, having nothing to dc directly or indirectly with his tittle mina' turo affairs; on the contrary, they have employed many arguments, to dissuade him from the ^de^J^^iñ|;f Tile ''n0^lj¿nei 'fé\t unwilling to obtrude himself before the Public eye, but acting ott thé advice ¡of those on whose judgment he relies ; and anxious to stand well io tho estimation of his ft lends, he felt he had no alternative. The undersigned would have submitted without a murmur to a kick from...

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PORT PHILLIP. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 12 February 1846

PORT PHILLIP. A tilmêr in honor of Boiras was given mk W^ihç?r«s m %£ib »iiiuio. it was most nuraeroíisiy attended. Among tjie guests was Dr. Lang. M. C. ? - Edward Jones Brewster^ Esq,, has been returned without apposition as a Member of the Legislative Council, : Immense herds of wild cattle, thou; Sands, nay millions in number have been discovered in the interior by the relief party sent from Adelaide in quest .of Captain Sturt; I The mate of the i4 Kestrel** was found , guilty of manslaughter,and recommend: ed to friercy ; and the Captain iou nd guilty of a common assault. There are seven lunatics confined in Melbourne gaol. . , v , A letter dated December 21 st, has <beed received at Adelaide from Captain &trirt, which states thal he reached the banks of the Darling yesterday, after a most perilous retreat of 270 miles, iii which distance he had water in two plat ces only, except at the extremities. He experienced indescribable difficulties, and gives a most ...

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NEW ZEALAND [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 12 February 1846

NEW ZEALAND the arrival pf ;the *. Terror/' in telligence to the 15th J anuary has been rieceived. The troops were gradually and ; cautiously approaching Kawilti's : ¿pah by breast works being thrown up as they ad vanced, and aü2-pounder has been mounted within -800 yards of the pah, by which a destructive firecan be .made into it. The field wotka were to be continued, so as to obtain a raking üre, in order to effect a breach. Kawitti liad made a sortie from the pah en the works of the British, bot his 'intention being known to None, who consequently placed his men in ambush, and attacked .Kawittti in flank, and the British -sailors advancing, the Natives were quickly defeated with some loss, 'but without any casualty on our side, Honi Héki bas burnt his pah at Koran: gi, and retreated to the mountains on -Kiapara, where the Chief Tuaraw allow: ed potatoes to be planted, although he professes to be most friendly to the Go: vernment. It is reported that this Chief is wavering in his ...

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"HAWKESBURY COURIER," THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1846. PEACE WITH NEW ZEALAND!! [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 12 February 1846

W M A (ß 18 - WITH Wita unmîxéd pleasure we announce to our readers that Peace has at length been proclaimed at New Zealand. The good news was communicated to the Coun " try readers of the *.Australian/-yesterday morning, the above' important words having been imprinted in fancy type on each of the papers* The Persëyerance from ?New -* Zéiilaníd anchored at Port Jacksouwhen the meit was'starttog, and the Proprietors of the above popular Journal-^*who &re ever alive to the intersts of'their Subscribers-* caused the happy news to be communicated far and wide nearly two days before the other Sydney papers. In our next we hope to "be %nabled'to Î present our readers with the principal fea ' turé» bf the Tfeaty of Peace,*fwhich. we 1 hope will be found honorable to the British Arms, as we are certain it is to the Noble f Heroes who are so deeply interested in its provisions !

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PORT PHILLIP. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 19 February 1846

PORT PHILLI& The mate of ihe Kestrel" for Úúi* dering the Lascars, was only sentenced to eleven months iräprisonrften'; Thé Captai ti escaped scot free, Ö shame Í O shame I A yoting mart wag lined ii for carry« ing a gun through the srreets of Mel bourne on a Sunday I Mr. justice Theirry at the end of the January Sittings of the Supreme Court at Melbourne, delivered a farewell ad: dress on the occasion of his leaviag the ¡ Province for Sydney; The export of wool from Geelong ii 3,856 bales. Thesecond fleet of wool ships from Geelong will Sail tri about three weeks. More shipping is urgently required.

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