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Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, 22nd August, 1844 CONVEYANCE OF MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 5 September 1844

Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, 22nd August, 1844 CONVEYANCE OF MAILS. Conveyance being required for the Post Office Mails, from and to the undermentioned places, for one year, from the 1st of January* 1845, Per sona disposed to Contract for providing the same ate invited to transmit their offers, in writing, to this Office, before Twelve o'clock on Monday, the 7th day of Ootober next/ endorsed, " Tender for Conveyance of Mails." From and to Windsor, Parramatta, and Sydney, daily,(Sundays excepted.) From and to Windsor and Eichmond, daily, j Sundays excepted.) j From and to Windsor, Pitt Town, Wilberforce, I and North Richmond, three timos a we»k. From and to Windsor, and Wiseman's Ferry, j once a week. ! From and to Penrith, Parramatta, and Sydney, daily, (Sundays excepted ) From and to Penrith, Hartley, and Bathurst, three times a week. From and to Bathurst and O'Connell, once a week. From and to Bathurst and Carcoar, twice a week. From and to Bathurst, Molong, and Welling to...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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[?] [?] Gazette. PROCLAMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 5 September 1844

flip a Slr George Gipps; Koiglrtl «nd ^ovwopr-in-.t niel ol tliel iv Sou tb Wales «ml its De-J; Hriee.JtduiTtal of jibe aime, &c,~ IN pursuance of the authority in me treated by certain Act of tue Imperial' Parliament* of Türei Britain «nd Ireland, passed in the 5th and 61 year of her MajèstyVteigni àntititleil»». At» A< lor regulating the a^ to tbe Crown - tn ' ; hereby notify and proolain», that at 11 o'clock < Wednesday, the 1 Ith day of September next, ttl following portions of Crown Land will be Were for Sale by Public Aucuon. at the Colonii Ireasurjviii Sidney, at tb» upset j>ripe affixed t each lot respectively, on the terms andcoudittoni and under the provisions of the above recite Act. (Deposit IO per,cent ) SPECIAL COUNTRY LOTS. 1. Hunter, 60 acres, parish unnamed, on lb Hawkesbury River, Upset price, £1 5s. pe acre. Note -tleie is a but and shed on ibis land, «rn a portion of it (about len acres ) is in cultiva tion. , ; 2. Conk, 10 acres ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 5 September 1844

TERMS. Ths HAWKESBURY COURIER will continue to bt pub» tithed every Thursday morning, in Windsor and Richmond, and forwarded to all fart» of th* Country. The te .mt of SIBSCRIFTION are ->» pe - Quarter; and Subscribí rs not resident in either of the above towns, must pay in advance. The quartersend on the last Thursday in the months of March, June, ¿eptemb r a«d December, on which days ? n'y. or previous to the following Monday can resignations be receive I, which must be accompanied 6« pay* ment of all monies due. The churges fur A DVERUSEMFNTB are t For. tie first inch. 3i. ; ans! for every inch cf »pace after, at tin tate of ls. for each insertion ; and the num ber of times to be published must be ta itten on . the, ficeqf the manuscrit, or the adotrtùemtntswiU be continued HU countermanded. A on-sub$c> ibei s must fay the amount previous to Vie insertion of their mive tisements. which must be sent before tw he o'clock niton, on Wednesday, and o dtrs to withdraw, not later ...

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Roads and Bridges. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 5 September 1844

Roads and Bridges. WHILST we perceive that the Government are taking- some sieps towards repairing the niai « roads of the colony, as evinced in the instance of the line of communication be tween Sydney and Parramatta, we must not remain inactive, and await our turn in silence and patience; but take measures for having afforded tn jmr own immediate localities, those repairs which aie so essentially requi site. We should recommend our Windsor friends to bestir themselves ; to call public meeting's, and prepare petitions to the Executive Government, setting1 forth the state of the roads and bridges in theirr vicinity ; and we would refer more particu larly to the bridge at the foot of M'Grath's Mill ; and praying that assistance, which is requisite lor the purpose. In doing'this, we would advise them to lose no time, in order that his Excellency may, should he deem it expedient, order a sum forthwith to be placcid on the estimates, for effecting so necessary an improvement : moreover ...

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Sydney Shipping News. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 5 September 1844

Sydney Shipping News. ARRIVED. SEPT. 1 -The brig Genii, 176 tons, ' Long, master, from the South Sea Whale Fishery, with 420 barrels sperm oil. Left Sydney ]5th Juue, 1843. SEPT. 2.-The brig William, 149 tons, Thom, master, from Launceston, the 28th ultimo, with grain, &c. SEPT. 2-The brig Diana, 163 tons,. Tullock, master, from Launceston, the 27th ultimo, with wheat, &c Sept. 3-The brig Louisa, 182 tons, Tucker, master, from Hobart Town, the 28th ult., with sundries. SAILED AUG. 29-The steamer Sovereign, Cape, master, for Moreton Bay, with sundries. AUG. 30.-The Government brig Go vernor Phillip, Boyle, master, for Norfolk Island, with Government stores. SEPT. 1.-The barque Blundell, Hunter, master, for Calcutta, with horses, &c. SEPT. 1.-The ship London, Atwood, master, for Madras, in ballast. SEPT. 1.-The ship St. Vincent, Young, master, for Balli, in ballast, SEPT. 1.-The ship Meg Merrilee, Thom son, master, for Guam, with part of original cargo. SEPT. 1...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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Crown Land Grievances. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 5 September 1844

Crown Land Grievances. IN our last number, we gave our readers a slight insight into the report of the Select Committee of the Legislative Council, on the Land Grievances, which was brought up and Uvd on the table, on the 20th ult. 'J'liat Report stands on the paper for con sideration, this day, and Mr. Cowper has given notice that he will then move a series of resolutions, founded on that Report, in the mean time, we submit the substance of those resolutions :-That the Depasturing Kegulations, published by the Governor, on the 2nd of April last, ought to be recalled : that the recommendations sent home by his Excellency, in the GENERAL HEWITT, on tue 3rd Apr il last, are founded on principles that cannot be worked out without utter ruin to the graiing interests : that the License Fee should ba reduced to a ndminal one, or entirely abolished : that the Act of the late Council, 2 Victoria, No. 27,ought to be re-1 ' raejnts|for ^iriextinction in fu:ure : that-¿-; leaving the Quit Rent...

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SAYINGS AND DOINGS OF THE Legislative Council. TUESDAY, AUGUST 27. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 5 September 1844

SAYINGS AND DOINGS OF THE Legislative Council. TUESDAY, AUGUST 27. Mr. ROBINSON presented a Petition from the Stockholders,&c,at Moreton Bay; also, from the inhabitants of the Clarence River, praving against the recent Squatting Regu lations. Dr. NICHOLSON presented two several Petitions, praying inquiry into the loss sus» .fi&fatkà&y him ott Ahe .iffi-mgfflflßm certaía citieens of Syduey, praying "the ap pointment of a Committee to inquire into the Laws tor regulating the sale of Spirituous Liquors, &c¿;was ordered to be printed. Mr, FOSTER, gave, notice of his. intention to niové, on Tuesday, Sept. ¡3rd, Ur leave to bring in a Bill to regulate the rate of Interest in the Colony. \ On the motion of Dr BLAND, an Address to his Excellency was agreed tq,^praying him to tike steps for affording compensation to the sufferers by the defalcation of the late Registrar of the Supreme Court, On the motion of Mr LOWE, the Council considered in Committee the Pet...

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Varieties. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 5 September 1844

' -1", ? .--(-rr Varieties. THE VALUE OF A BEATING.--It has been humorously said, that while the Englishman, fights for love of conquest, the Frenchman for love of glory, the <jlerman for love of discipline, and the Swiss for love of pay, the son of Erin tights for love of fun. I once heard a «tory of an Irish laborer, who was in the employment of an English gentleman re siding in Ireland, He was on one occa sion about going to a fair, which was held annually at a neighbouring village, when his master endeavoured to dissuade him fromghjs design, " You always," said Jä^Spome back from the fair with ^ broK||i|p!ad ; now, stay at home to day, Darby, and I'll give you five shil lings." " I'm forever and all obliged to your honor," replies Darby ; but does it stand to rason," added he, flourishing his shillelagh over his head, " does ii stand to rason, that I'd take five shillings for the bating I'm to get to-night V SEA BATHING FOR INVALIDS.- Horne Tooke ridiculed this practi...

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Police Office. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 5 September 1844

Police Office« I SATURDAY, AUG. .31.-Before Robert i Fitzgerald, Esq. j John lied ferd and Thpmas Andrews w*re charged with passing a bad shilling at the shop of Surgeon GI issan. The shilling was produced, and a bad one it was, being nothing but a farthing very slightly dis coloured. It appears that on the Wednesday previous, the prisoner Andrews, went into Dr. Glissan s-shop, for a fig of tobacco, j which he obtained, and ninepence in change ; njpon whibh Hedferd immediately came in i abd took up the tobacco, and threepence of I the mouey, when they both left the shop. , Mrs. Glissan,, who served them, almost im ! mediately after they left, discovered the im position ; and inconsequence of the des [ &iptilw*xk9*toity^rr^k*f'iww!r9 4vt* re taken. They were both identified by Dr, Glissan and bis soo, and were remanded titi Tuesday, for the evidence of Mrs. Glissan. I James Dempsey was charged with having in ilia possession a quantity of harness, i stolen from Mn Joseph Onus,...

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[?] [?] [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 5 September 1844

f^nnd it sings a merry theme. But the incense and the-song Pass 1 ike flies upon the stream. It cometh with the ray, * And'quite forgetsto-day What yesterday it vowed. > Oh, Love I Loral Love! Is an easy chain to wear When many idols meet our faith, Aud all we serve are fair. But there's a lovjBjB^^gps A constant watcnmpilight, With a flame that neWr sleeps Through the longest winter night. It is not always wise, And it is not always blest, For it bringeth tearful eyes, And loads a sighing breast. A fairer lot bath he, Who loves awhile, then goes Like the linnet froin the tree. Or the wild bee from the rose. Oh, Love ! Love ! Love 1. ;. Soon makes the hair turn grey, When.only one fills all the heart. And that one 's fat away.

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From the Gazette. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 5 September 1844

From the Gazette. Hid Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint the undermentioned Gentlemen to be Magistrates of the Ter ritory and its Dependencies :-Stuart Alex ander Donaldson and John Cunningham M'Laren, Esquires, of Sydney, Thomas Nev, Esq. of the Manniug River, and John Von Steiglitz, Esq. of the Upper Werribee, Port Phillip, and James M'Arthur, Junior, Esq., of Port Phillip. The fol lowing Gentlemen have also been appointed Magistrates of the Territory and also of the City of Sydney : Hastings Elwin, Charles Falconer, William Fanning, John Gilchrist, William Hamilton Hart, Robert j Ramsay, the younger, Esqrs. of Sydney, and Austin Forrest Wilshire, Esq. of Chippen dale. '

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South Australia. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 5 September 1844

South Australia. WITH sincere pleasure we observe by t " AUSTRALIAN," that a Public Breakfast n given to that worthy and indefatigable Pb anthropist, CAPTAIN STURT, in honor of I departure on an Exploring Expedition Port Essington. This Expedition was (itt out at the sole expense of the spirited Col nists, without any aid from the public Tre sury ; and we can scarcely refrain from ce sining the inhabitants of this Colony f permitting a comparative handful of Sou Australians to prosecute the glorious wot while THEV were talking about it ! It cann be pleaded in extenuation, that the depre sioa in trade has been the cause of this ap thy, for South. Australia has suffered »n more extended ratio than we have, yet tl ardour of its Colonists has not been damp« by such a circumstance. On CAPTAIN STURT health being proposed by Major O'Hallora the gallant leader of the Expedition réturne thanks in the following affecting Speech : «* Mr FRIENDS,-lt is a long time sine I met an assembly such as...

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"[?] [?] THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1844. Duties on Wool. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 5 September 1844

B.< ' i,:>-'Üi!V!Ilfc ^tlÊ I^Enfl^paners, wè fmd'thati is the intention of her Majesty's Govern went tt» re4uce,tjf not to abolish the dnt .on Foreign Wool-imported into England Wouid ^Qot Jsuch ^.measure prove a sever bltw'to the staple trade of this colony Would it not give the German-who is ou îuost powerful competitor, inasmoch as hi vool conies nearer to that of Austxaliajtoai ?any other docs-an advantage over us 1 The Duke of EichmoM ^expressed himsel to thc effect that i^HHËt'and We feel con viuced the noble Dul^^as «ght, notwith standing the observations of the I'arl o Dalhousie to the contrary* who stated thai he was prepared to show that the reductibr of duties pu Wool would be beneficial rathei than injurious to the Wool-growers of Aus tallia,'whilst, at the saine time, a great re lief would be given to a large branch of the «sport trade of Kngland. It may be ad mitted that the British Manufacturers would ha benefited by the reduction of a penny .per pound o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 5 September 1844

HAS TOE HOWE TO ANNOUNCE, V. That he has received inslncctions ffom the present , Mr. James Mountford, PUBLIC AUCTION ON SATURDAY ITH SEPTEMBER. ON THE PREMÎSI S 0 M I §T&iiY9 WINDSOR, Precisely at Twelve o'clock at Noon, IN ONE LOT, THE WHOLE OF THE STOCK-IN-TRADE, CONSISTING of a LARGE and WELL ASSORTED STOCK pf every article comprised ia the DRUG WITH LABELLED BOTTLES, DRAWERS, FIXTURE SÍ AN» COUNTERS COMPLETE. , ALSO, A Great F ari et y of PDeKtil§, s Aunéis, GROCERIES, AND A QUANTITY OF OTHER USEFUL AND SALEABLE ARTICLES. After v> hi ch, THE » Lease of the Premises, . HAVING SIX YEAHS TO RUN FROM THE 1st OF OCTOBER NEXT, The. FRONTAGE »o G FORGE STUFET 49 Feet {«vorp or IPSS land the FRONTAGE to FITZGERALD STU* BI tiB Feet, (more or less.) The House CONSISTS OF AN EXCELLENT FRÖRET ST®KIS AND FOl'R OTHER rtOOHB ON THE GROUND FLOOR. Also, Five airy and capacious Rooms up stairs, TO® ®@©m <g &IULAR8» AND A THREE-STALL-STABLE, GRANARY, And other Out-ho...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 5 September 1844

AND General Printing Office LETTER-PRESS PRINTING of every description performed' with neatness and dispatch, at moderate prices. August 8,1844. Notice; IX consequence of the extreme diffi culty of obtaining PAYMENTS of eh EDIT AOCOI'NTS, (be Undersigned «ill in future only transact Business for CASH ; the PBICES OF GOODS BEING LOWERED ACCORDING'T. BETTS AND PANTON. Windsor, 27rb An?., 1843. JUST PUBLISHED, and on sale at tnt Office of "Tas HAWKESBURY COOHIBR," MARCHS LETTERS ON THE VINE, By W. Macarthur, Esq., J. P., cf Camden. PRICE 6B. MR. igraoiyies IN returning his best thanks to his Friends and the Public for the pa trohage which be bas received during a residence of three years amongst them aa a And Harness Maker, begrs to observe, that hs has a large supply of every necessary material for executing all Orders with which he might be favored, on the shortest notice, and at tba most reduced rates. Good Bush Saddles. £t 10 each. Ditto ditto Bridles. O fi ditto. liest Cart Collar...

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Port Phillip. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 5 September 1844

Port Phillip. The Government of Van Diemen's Land, have received orders from the authorities al home, to grant conditional pardons, with liberty to remove to the surrounding colo, nies, to no tess than fifteen hundred con« victs annually. This system is toncóme into force, for the first time, next month, and to continue in operation every succeeding September, tilt further orders.* The reason for carrying this measure into effect, and the details of the plan generally, we are not yet in possession of. but our authority may be relied on.-Port Phillip Herald. A discovery of a species of cochineal in I sect has been made by a shepherd. It is ' found in great plenty on particular kinds of j the wattle. The dead insect has the ap I pearance of a grey powder, and displays no external evidence of its colouring pro perty. The same individual found several specimens of fungi from the decayed limbs of gum-tree, honey-suckle, and she-oak, which produce a buff or fawn coloured dye. The colourin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 12 September 1844

TE R MS i ? > Thi HAWKSBURY COURIER will contint'* io bi pub lished every Thursday morning, in Windsor and Richmond, and forwarded v* all parts of the Country,. The Uims »f St Bscnittinit arsis ps. Quarte*'; and Subscribers not resident in eillièr of the ubove taunt. mutt ftay in udvunee. The quartan end on the last Thursday in the months of. March, JUMO, ? eptemb r, and December, on which days nly. or previous to the following Monday can resignations bereceivet, which must be accompaiiitd by pay ment oj'all moniei due. The charges for ADVERTISEMENTS ar«; For tko first inch, 3i. ¡ and for every inch of' ,pace after, ai thi i ate of is,for each insertion j and the num ber of times to be published mutt b» wi itten m tho f'ce of the manuscript, or the adoerlitements will be continued lill countermanded. Kon-tubtcribevt must fay .the amount vrevious io t'<e insertion af their ai.ne tisements. which must be sent before tw ¡ve o'clock noon, on Wednesday, and or der« to withd...

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Varieties. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 12 September 1844

Varieties. A MISE«,.-Dr. Barratt, Vice*Pro vost of Trinity College, Dublin, who died in 1821, leaving £80,000,was remarkable for bis penurious habits. He had long been in the habit of indulging himself with tea, his only aliment, but was so j sparing of cream, that he never allowed ! hit housekeeper to bring more than a farthing's worth at a time. He every morning put the farthing into her hand and despatched her to the dairy; but, unfortunately, one morning she stumbled over a stone and dislocated her arm. He very humanely ordered lier to an hospital, and in his visit next day, to enquire after her health, the following conversation occurred :-" Do you see, Molly ; how do you do this morning ?" " Ah ! plaze your ravarance, very poorly, sir." ** But, do you see, Molly, where is the jug?" " Plaze your ravarance, it broke in the fall." ««Ahl but do you see, Molly, what became of the farthing ?" A CURB FOR SCANDAL.-The following cure for a terrible disorder of the mouth, commonly calle...

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THE CONQUESTS OF MAN. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 12 September 1844

THE CONQUESTS OF MAN. How man subdues the world ! The rocks and mountains, j The strong wild waves give way 'fore his ' commands ; And the deep desert earth unlocks herfaun- j tains, m ] ¡Letting them loose across the harren sands: ; Look,-where in winding lines, the rushy \ bauds, And water plants and lilies, white and green, ) And pictured palms are aneri 1 j ¡Look! Would be chain the sea? The sea j is chained'! - j .Cast back and banished from the solid shore, j And a new region from the deep is gained, j "Smiling with flowers and fruits for ever« j more! . ! Would be link world to world,-the east to i west? j 'Tis done,-accomplished ! O'er the At lantic's breast His navies with their broad wings sweep ; along,- i Unconquered eagles, whom the ocean rears Amongst her mighty billows, fierce aad ; strong. To pass beyond the storms, and spurn all fears, As the crowned Peet, whom no lightning sears, Soars into regions of immortal song!

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Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, 22nd August, 1844. CONVEYANCE OF MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 12 September 1844

Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, £2nd August, 1844. Convey arico being'required for tba Post Office Mails, from end «o tbe übderméntioned plaoea, tor one yearj from tbè l et of January, 1845,' f er.' sons disposed to Contract for providing the lime ut« invited ,to transmit their oft*rs, är writing, tb this Office, before Twelve o'clock on Monday, the 7tu day of October next, endorsed, "Tender for Conveyance of. Wails," - / From and to Windsor, P*rramatU,<and Sydney.^ daily, (Sundays excepted.) . From and to Windsor, and Richmond, daily, Sundays excepted.) From and to Windsor, Pitt Town, Wilberforce,, and North R elmond, three tim** a week. From and to Windsor, and'mseman's Ferry, once a week. From and to Penrith, Parramatta, and Sydney, daily, (Sundays excepted ) From "and to Penrith, Hartley, and Bathurst, three times a week. From and to Bathurst and O'Connell, ono» a week. From and to Bathurst and Carcoar, twice a week. From and to Bathurst, Molong, and Welling ton,...

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