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"HAWKESBURY COURIER." THURSDAY, APRIL 16, 1846. ST. MATTHEW'S CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 16 April 1846

r- - ?? » .=555HH£ ST. MATTHEW'S CHÜßfeH. THE annual Easter Meeting- oí ihe Churchwardens and Parishioners of thé Parish of Saint Matthew, Windsor, toole place in the Vestry Room of the Church on Tuesday last, but in conse quence of the absence pf one of the Churchwardens, the Meeting was ad journed until M onday next, at t wei ve .o'clock at noon. It isa matter of regret to observe the indifference of the Parish* toners ¡ti matters concerning the welfare of the. Church, shown by their non at tendance at meetings of the above kind» The business of such -meetings , is amongst other things to pass the ac counts of the Churchwardens for the past year, and the election of new Churchwardens. We sincerely trust (?) that this apathetic feeling of the Pa rishioners will be thrown off, arid tbat á good attendance will be given on Mon* day next. The present Churchwarden! are Thomas Tebbutt, Esq., elected at the last meeting by the Parishioners ; francis feeddek, Esq., elected by the Trustees ...

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CONSISKTORY COURT, LONDON. November 20 [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 16 April 1846

November 20 y Catterail v. CfcïiferaîL^TO ¿ally a «uît of nùUity of mErria^c'by M Joseph Catterail against Georgiana An his wife, by tba name of Sweetman, on til ground that the marriage^which.was ha tn New South Wales in lS^^uaierlau A« passed in that c^ípoy in ^18^4 wai* i nra tl by reason of non-obieríañco, of cettaíi forms and régaíajtioñs prtescribed Hy th Act The court rejected the libel plead in the ground of imfiity,: but permitted th husband if he thought fitVto plead that th marriage was null and void by the law an tecedeut to the Act and without it» Dr. Ac\dams. now on behalf of Mr. Cat terell, declared he would proceed no fur ther in that suit, and mored the court ti .How him to proceed against the wife in i cause of divorce by reason of her adultery ingrafting this suit upon the former, th« wife who is resident io New South Wales having appeared by proctor in the suit o Nullity, The difficulty ia this case was -that in New South Wales there w%r nc court ppssessed of ecc...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 16 April 1846

s^.MÄKGlEir^jBöqttireof Mrs. Cox, Hobartville. April 14. .. I - NOTICE. ~ Mr. Robert Johnston SOUClTOlt, HQTAHY PUBLIC, ? . AND: ., ^ COMMISSIONER OF THE SUPREME COURT. . ;*>. . HAS' Removed hjs Office- from George, street ta Stewart's New Buildings, ÑorÜí street/ near the Court - House* V , '\< Windsor, Ißih April, 1846* J<3r The next Sittings of the Court of Kequesis for this District will be held on the 4th May ensuing. , Windsor, Apnl 15. 1846. DR. DOWE having Challenged to run M r. Loader's Chesuut Mare against Mr. John Doyle's ''Soldier/' the same will be accepted upon these terms, viz. :-" Catch Weights." , The amount of the> Stakes will be* to use Dr. Dowe's gentlemanly expression, V Ali that he can muster !" if ii suits him, v The MsVh to come off within eight THE undermentioned Medicines a& <, Apparatus being required for tb IÎOSPITAL at Windsor, persona desirou bf- Supplying jibe-.same ate invited * ^eiidj Tender^"addressed t...

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VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 16 April 1846

nels majîe ft eaoságc-malcer of 70 'Ic'logfamrnes o 5iiOT«éSic¿í,, in i^tftt|#'^|Niilérèctioii. ^I^a^t^^e; highly Seasoned, Ane prepared for saking ^ sausages intended for the îitmdon and colonia markets. Tit Irita for the ladies, tic : ;/ At Killarney, the landowners naV< ^.^cribed%|iôj.eaa than £8,000 for th< support of the poor in case of a scarcity .*f potatoes. A poor devil being capitally convict ed at the Old Dailey was as usual askec what lie had to say why judgment o death should not be passed upon him ' . Say/ replied he, * why I think th< joko lias been carried far enough alrea dy, and the less that is said aboutit thc better« If you please, Sir, we'll droj the subject.' *JÜr. SherirT ;* said tlx <$jmpassionate judge* * you1 may let * thc subject drop !' Thö duke de Sanx-Tra vannes, a peei of France, committed suicide, by hang lng himself, recently. He was said tc have lost largely in railroad specula Hions. ; 4 Give tis a puff/...

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AN APPEAL TO THE IN HABITANTS OF THESE DISTRICTS IN BEHALF OF THE HAWKESBURY BENEVOLENT SO CIETY AND HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 16 April 1846

ST^CTS IN» EH ALF OF THE HAWKESBURY BENEVOLENT SO èïETY fctfö HOSPITAL. 5 B fettkip> t|e |rés|nt ÄH»eal to th Puh^c for moré exteñsive support for th Society under their managements th Committee of tlie Hawkiesbury Behevoler Soc1% i1^jJät it is unnecesary to ¿ni »erato thé a|vantage| which MiituÄ $f ttiiá iiatdrè uevír fail t¿ confer, wfcereví they are established. Éyery one at a nlive to theinterests bf the District, mua be well aware, that the good which -ha been effected by this Society has been ith tnenàe, By arl arrangeaient recently made ur der the sanction of His Excellency ti; Governor, arid with tüe approval of tbj Society generally, thb Buildings formerl occupied as ä Colonial Hospital, hav been given Over td the Society for th purpose of establishing an Hospital in th District. The want of such an Ihstitu lion has been seriously felt by many and its usefulness lo any community ñ\ one will disputé. V \^ To carry oút this vefjr desirable object it is necessary to obtain ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 16 April 1846

THOMAS ASPINWAIL, TAKES tlie present opportunity of acknowledging the kindness of the public in general, for iheir liberal sup; ort since ins commencement in Business in W»ndspr,»na\ Mg* furtherto state, Jiat baring recsitf*« A LARGE SUPPLY OF sitscTso AN» «anoHT OK ilosr ABTAKT^ CfeOU* TGßMS ; Calióos ' ; from 2|íl par yard , (Two yards wtde) do - 8d dé Prints ; - 3|d n ^ ; Çôumer^ahes Id yard Dark Mi priois , *, 1 id each Gauze Ribbon ' f jd do Bays Belts 4d each liiia l^igiog ii par lai X9Í<$%M \. í|dípef yat Netted Purse* : : -j *j each Cambric Hiittdfceribïèfti 6J «ach Collar« ' 4<l «ach Brides . .f, $d. do braces ' ví do Cotton HoBé 5«! db Silk Gloves 7d do 0 4 Black Grieses l a. Od par yara* Dunstable lion bet s la. 4d fach Muslin Insertions tid par Meats! Fringes Cords Tassels, cVc, &c. A LARGS ASSORTMENT OF TEÂ ¿NÚ SUGAR. as low as any Shop in the Colony j TO LET, THE HOUSE, with detached Kitchen! and Wash House, formerly used san Asylum for th...

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WINDSOR POLICE REPORT. SATURDAY, APRIL 11. Before W. Cox and L. D. Whittaker, Esqrs. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 16 April 1846

WINDSOR POLICE REPORT. SATURDAY. APB IL ll. Before W. Cox and L- D. Whittaker, Eaqrs. William Chapman, poundkeéper at Pitt Town, was charged with neglecting to maka certain Returns according to the pro* visions of the Act of Council, He was dis charged. John O'Donnell, remanded on Tuesday, was fnlly committed for trial for stealing flour from the Pitt Town mill. TU Eg DAT, APRIL 14. ^charge of having been booie J # and wag toed IQ» endV*a*ts. Catherine Bnrke--actually a. namesake of the Generara-also pleaded guilty of merely taking a drop « to cure tba cbo* He* or the « collar/we could not bear^which she said. * First öffeuce your Wurtchip,' Fined 5s or 12 hours , to the cellar After much consideration ¿ate paid the fine. Thomas Langley was charged with steal ing a watch, value £7, tba property of Mr. Wjl)liam Thompson, publican. Macquarie street) Windsor, . Mr. Lambton appeared for the prosecution ; the prisoner was un defended. . William Thompson beiug sworn deposed -that he was a...

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The following persons who were com: mitted by the Windsor Bencb have stood their trials before the Supreme "Court on the 7th and 8th instant, with the following results:— SUPREME COURT [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 16 April 1846

The following persons who wefe co.rn: milted by the Windsor Bench have stood (heir trials before thé Supreme "Court on the Íih and 8th instant, with the following results ';-¿ # SUPREME COURT Tuesday, Aprîl^^Beibfe bis Honor Mr Justice Dickenson. William Bartle ticket c-fleave holder, tras indicted for committing « rape on thc person of Catherine Armstrong?, at Wilberforce, and James Len nan and (to: Wrt Jones as accessaries of the deed. The prisoners were acquitted bf the tharne of rape, and found gullly of an assault, and eeritenced to be imprisoned for oite year and ä half in Darttnghum %Eol, to bard labour« Uti f frefoy at the request of his Honor Îîwjftâ the pi isoners. ¿ . , j John ..Steadworthy was indicted for tmíawfuíly, máíickmsíy and feloniously wounding a-cow, the property ofThomas ! Arndell, át Maroota, with alomah aw*, j A second «onnt charged the prisoner with^ maliciously, unlawfully, and felo: tiiously kilting the said co*f. lt appeared by the evidence, that the pri...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 23 April 1846

ONE POUND REWAltD. LOST, on last Thursday n%nt A pl Í 2nd, from a Paddock opposite Ur. Higgerson's, near the Racecourse, a dark bay Horse, in good condition ; branded M Ii off side under saddle, hind legs white, star on ferohead, five ye'asr old. Has a mark on the by^gt, ofF side, occasioned by having b< Whoever will bring him to B.ourdeauV Fitzgerald street« ceive a reward of £1»

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"HAWKESBURY COURIER." THURSDAY, APRIL 23, 1846. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 23 April 1846

Hi MUM mm: THüRSbAYf APRIL 23, 184%. A Windsor correspondent inlC Bell's Life in Sydney" of Saturday last has replied to one or two questions which we publish - ed on this paper three weeli s ago, having reference to the absence of Mr Fitzge rald from Windsor during the continuance of tha late Hawkesbury Races, We were induced to ask those questions^ a« we understood that he patronizes thh Races at Homebush, and subscribes ¿50 towards the race fund, while that in his own dis« trict is honored with the liberal sum of twenty shillings ! ! We are sorry to be " obliged to tell Mr, Fitzgerald that con 1 duct such as this, is not calculated to raise him in public estimation in this district, 1 and we fear lt*av ors too much of election: eering squabbles, which should take no hold on a liberal and elightened mind after the occasion from whence they origi nated had passed away. This writer an swers our question by stating, «* That Mr. Fitzgerald is about his lawful business which every hone...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 23 April 1846

DISPENSARY FOR THE POOR ONLY. DR. BELL will give gratuitous adi vice and medicine to any poor per» sons in the District bringing with them' a recommendation from any respectable Householder in the Town or Settler ¡ni the district. Days of attendance-Tuesdays andi Fridays, from 9 to ll a. m. Windsor, 21st April.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 23 April 1846

THOMAS ASPlNWALL/ TAKES the present opportunity of acknowledging the kindness of the public in general.Tor their libera! sup ort aireé bis commencement in iiusiness 'in Windsor.F.n à begs further to state, that he has reeeirad' X LARGE SUPPLY OF SELECTED AND BOUpOT ON TUG MOIT ADf-áhTA «BOUS Trews; Calióos from 3$d*f»er yerd (Two yards wide) de 8d de Prints 3Jd JSounterpanef 4d yard D vrlr blue prinja J dd «ach Guuke Ribbon Vjd do Boys Belt« 4d each Lace Edging ^ffölftätti í ,AVide Lacev .-.?* ' î^j^p yarà'' Netted Parses, ÎM-'éich". Cam tu io Handkerchief* "¿J euell Collara - ^ 4d' ésèV Bride« tfd áo 0!oW'- ' Sdpar-p^if Braies à|d d¿; - Cotton 'Mose--- . ¿>.i r Ä> sur Glove« ;'? ' ; . ., ^ id vjip; ? -. 6 4 Black Orleans i ai'edifier }*TÍ Dunstable Hontioté J*. 4d each Muslin Insertiona $4 j>er dosaii Fringes Cords Tassels, fee, &c, A LARGE ASèÔÂTiî.EKT hP TEA ÄND $U0AR. as low as any Shop in the Col o ny ¿ ~~_ ^ fO LET. THE tíOUS Et with detached Kitcbert and Wash...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 23 April 1846

k-'.e* j^mmÊÈ ^^£.w^ ?or, a comfortable Dwelling Honie, ahuate in George street, con-' faining ten good-sized Rooms, detached Kiteben» stabling, out-houses, ¿tc, com plete, with every convenience, aad is adapted either for a private residence or a place of business, Jmpedlate pos session can befgiven. Rent modérate. Apply- to A. G. PANTON, Esq., Windsor t or to XÜetf s, Esq, Sydney; Windsor, April 22 TO be Lent, in one or more sums, at moderate interest. ., Being Trust - money, thfc Loan might continue a num ber of years Apply to D. LAWÍON, Solicitor. Windsor, ;20th April, 1846 &5 REWARD STOLEN from Craig House, Addy's Swamp» Jin the neighbourhood of| Wilberforce, dh Saturday night last, one Hive of Bees.. ^He above. Reward .will be paid for euch information as will lead to the discovery of the offender. v . JAMES BRAND. Witbertorce^April^, ONSIEUR PREVOST, has the . bo nor to announce to the fíeajs of i|#Hies & Conductors of Boarding Schools, that fae will wait on t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 23 April 1846

ME. L. WHITE is instructed by the Proprietor, Alex. Gamack Esq to submit to Public Auction short: ly (of which more particular notice will ^e given,) The remaining unsold Allotments of the well-known ViLLLAOrjB of AB Eli ÎDÔUE» on the Parramatta Road Thosewho were present at the former Sale of Allotments in this Village,must have, a yjvid recollection of the eager ness splayed, and the high prices given to bf come puVchasërs. For particulars, äpply to the Aijc tioneer, George street, Windsor, or to Jiu Lawson, Solicitor, Windsor, who has the Plan of the VILLAGE and the conditions of Sale._ H ER EAS ray Wife, Elisabeth Hornery, has left her home and my protection without any provocation from me,-I hereby caution the Public not to give her any credit on my account as 1 will not pay any debts she may contract from henceforward. Those who harbour her after this notice will be dealt with according to. Law. JOHN HORNERY. Kiar Loiigweeny, March 26« '

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VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 23 April 1846

thriftf^Beckë ii wibtTipiyT I'M in a tm* mess," M the fly said to tba honey-pot. I SPEAK within bounds/' as Jonah said to the whale. - LEGAL ELOQUENCE.-A young Backwoods lawler lately concluded his argument io a «ase of<y ware clasum fregit with the follow ing sublime burst :-* If, gentlemen of the Jury, the defendant's hogs are allowed ^ imam atlarge over the fair fièlds'of my client with impunity, and without pokes then, yes then have our forefathers fought, and died'tfnd bled rn vain I'1 * Pm tarnation angry with you* Zekiel, for stealing them there kisses from "nie v t other nig1it»f#aid bur little * help,'Rebecca, * to. ber sweetheart. 'Ahl' says -Zekey/ * f m damed afeard that 1 Ve been precious unhappy ia ray conscience ever since, and l*m come now for the 'denticai purpose of giving every one on 'em back agin ? ' The boarders of à taveru tn Georgia * Were anuoyed constantly by flies in their bu|ter* Judge. Dooley took the tavern keeper aside and remarked to him, i...

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AN APPEAL TO THE INHABITANTS OF THESE DISTRIC IS IN BEHALF OF THE HAWKESBURY BENEVOLENT SOCIETY AND HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 23 April 1846

Bi B ÍOSP OF THIS INT SOr pubic for Imoré-eîticnsive support for tl ^miety under their management, ti Committee of the Hawkesbury Bénévole Society ¿eel thatit is unnecesary to em advantages which In&titutioj ox this nature never fail to confer, wherev they are established. üve*y one at i aUve to the interests of the Dis:r¿ct, mu he weil aware, that *the good which h been effected by this society has been til fnetise. , tty an arrangement recently made ui der the sanction of His Excellency ti j Governor, a* J with the approval of th «ocie y generally, the Buildings former! ¡occupied as a Colonial Hospital, hav been given over to the Society for th purpose of establishing an Hospital in th 'District. The want of such ah Institi non has been seriously felt by many and its usefulness io any Community n bne will dispute. l o carry out this ver^ desirable objecl it is necessary to obtain encreased peen niary aid from the i^hahitaots themselves and Jfcß Committee ire persuaded tha ...

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MAITLAND [From the Maitland Mercury] [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 23 April 1846

MAITLAND [From the Maitland Mercury] On Wedneschy last the third Show of the Hunter River Agricultural Society took place in M aitland. The stock was exhibited in the yards at the rear of the \ Albion Ian, and the produce in a shed adjoining". We are scfiry it cannot be >aid of this show, like thai of last year's, that it was better than its predecessor. We do not know that this remark applies io the character of the produce ; indeed We know that it does not, great improve ments having in some respects taken place; nor is it to be supposed that we mean it lo apply to the whole of ihe stock, some of the animals being admi rable of their kind, 'the genera) cha racter of the show, hówever.was inferior, as was admitted at the dinner, which followed. For this falling off, doubt less, no blame is to be attached to any one, or io any class ; for it is solely ow ing to the extremely Unfavorable wea ther which »as prevailed tn all the Low er parts of tile Hunter Uiver d ist net. %p to the...

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SUPREME COURT, SYDNEY, APRIL 20. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 23 April 1846

SÜPREME COURT, SYDNEY, APRIL 20 Wiñiam Jamel Steinten, who had been committed to take hie (rial by the Wind« .or Bench fot cattle stealing, (is we noticed some wee^s since,) and been refused bail,-was admitted to bail by their Honors the Chief Justice and Mr. Justice Dickenson, himself in £300, and two sureties in £100 each.- lt ap pears Mr. Lambton, who was the Attor ney for the prisoner, bad. in the first in stance been refused bail by theirHonori, but they having kindly consented to give him time to product a very recent authority,and make a fresh application, the following day he attended on their lioLö:«ju Dariinghttrit, áud cited tomé very late précédents 4 which materially alter the practice hitherto followed ¡a the cases of hail* The works Mr. Lamb ton produced (Chitty's and TWr. Oom* missioner Bires' BurnVJustice of 1845,) is tht only edition tn the Colony as far as is known at present. Their fionors upon the principles laid down iii these authorities, admitted Steinsoir to...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 30 April 1846

f&<encreasini ed* Public h. otfnne ffadejsigltei ho eis^^^ to r^m^^múiín **ten*iie mud vaned STOCK to meet the dements of bis ge oe Jons friends,-he feels he Would be justly chargeable with ingratitude did he fail to a?ail himself Of th» occasion to tender his most grateful ackuowledgments tor the patronage he has been favored with since his commencement in business. The rjüdersigned begs to assure his t'rietids '-'^b.he Public, that it will e?er Je his anxious endeavour to supply first* rate GOODS quite as low as any Shop ia Windaqr. j The Undersigned will refrain from men * | tioriiug pricers, as it will readilycocur to a > dis%ei^n^Publ|c that the value of an ar* \ tide can ojB^f be ascertained by its inspec: tioni he will theremlre merely observe ] bat his calicos commence as low as 3J. i t>er yard, and every other article (quality \ --j^itsidered) equally low. ^Tèas-first quality iii fha market. v Sugars and spices of the very best des* j iptioh. ! Good...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 30 April 1846

.Thomas Primrose, CABINET-MAKER, UiVpERTAKE». &c, &c, &c. RESPECTFULLY begs leeve to apprise his Friends and the Public ge ne rai!?, that he has commenced Business in \he above line, in Chnrch street, Windsor. where every article in the Cabinet branch will be made to order in the most-Workman: like manner at moderate prices. FUNERALS conducted with economy toil despatch. Windsor. April 29.

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