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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 18 June 1846

KAHWAÏ «WY. ^lA^ÏTÂ ONE^ILLION, in^fty \j thousand Shares bf Twenty Pbnnds each ; three-fourths to be reserved for offer to British capitalists/ Deposit £1 per share No cali to exceed £2 peraltaré; and an in terval of at least three months between each call Interest at tho rate of 5 per cent per annum allowed from the date of eaoh payment until the " first dividend be declared. 1 fie liability of shareholders to be limited to the amount Of their respecti ve shares PROVISIONAL DIRECTORS Thomas Barker, Esq, J P William Bradley, Esq, M C i A. Campbell Browne, Esq Major W. H. Cristie, J P David Francis Coghill, Esq, J P Edward Cox. Esq, J P IV il liam Dawes. Eaq, J P ^W.S.Deloitte, Esq, J P , Robert Fitzgerald» Esq, J P Thomas Holt/jun, Esq, J P William Lithgow, Esq, M C , Henry Macdermott, Esq, Mayor of Sydney Ralph Mansfield, Esq , T, A Murray, Esq, MC, Charles Nicholson, Esq, M C Henry O'Brien, Esq, J P Maui ice C- O'Connell. Esq, M C " James Raymond, Esq, Postmaster General f H. G. ...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 18 June 1846

VAÑ DîèMEN'S LAND Very important changes are about to be effected by the Home Governmeut ffcthi present system of,, transportation t¿ Vat Diemen's Land. From the papers Of thai colony the following paragraphs have beet copied into the AvâTaktUN. fromWhicî Journal we extract them :-uWe referral tc a former notification of the'intention of thc Home Government to establish a n«sw pe hal settlement iipon the north coast bf Nevi Holland.. The nucleus of this establish, ment will, we believe, be formed by the 'Governor pf New Sputh Walei,Jae that Governor Sir Charles Fitzroy or Sir George Gipps, who; if the former is appointed (as is reported in the best informed circles in London) to succeed Lord Metcalf in Ca nada, the latter will probably be induced \o remain in New South Wales ; and some ground for this opinion may be supposed from the fact, that after a vessel for n§jgjj|& partiere had been fixed upon/It had|||ia sine die, postpíónad. So soon aa penal settlement is completely...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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"HAWKESBURY COURIER." THURDAY, JUNE 18, 1846. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 18 June 1846

(f T&eiâàâi^i b#â^Ue&i^^e Go % vernor which has confiineáihi^ lklmost ! entirely to his room for several* weeks, 1 is now, we are most happy to learniCon * sideràbly îrqprbved. ^.n astro a th ic af fection was theprincipalcomplaint un * der which tis Excellency taboure<J._ If we might be allowed the freedom of re màrkinç on the character of this disease, and the .climate or country best adapt '*< ed, for checking and removing it, we ] would not recommed the climate of Eng *? land as the best" for the purpose ; but 't would rather advise his Excellency to set ' himself.down on the beautiful banks, of the Hawkesbury, where, we have little * doubt, in the course of a very few months he would be perfectly res tor* 1 ed to his wonted health and strength. { Thé purity bf the waters bf thé Hawkes* ' bury,'partakingvas they do of those from * the crystal'spring and the limpid Blue Mountain strekmsjintermixed, occasion * ally,with the blue waves from the...

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WINDSOR POLICE REPORT. SATURDAY, JUNE 20. Before Robert Fitzgerald and J. L. Scarvslle, Esqrs. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 25 June 1846

WINDSOR POLICE REPORT. SATURDAY, VuNE~!ÍÍX 'Béfóre Robert »i'iUgerald dud J. L, Scarvsüe, Esq rs. Matthew Èlkins was remanded lift Saturday next, on a charge of fraud preferred against him by one Catherine Mulhearne, of fcitt town. I Robert Taylor, of Richmond, was fined £l, Und 7s. Sd. costs, for an as sault, or in default of payment to be imprisoned (br one month-in Parramatta gaol* There uvas no business béfdre the Bench oft Tuesday, Mr. Pittger&id and Dr. Whitaker wer¿ in attendante. Oîf>ËCT*D VïsYr o* fi4** ÂA'ÎEST* ^o P AIIIS.-lt would be a pity if the ministerial crisis which has taken place in LonHon, should derange in its Conse quences all the charming plans formed by the'Queen df England afoà his Ma jesty Louis Phülippe fot the approach« ing spring. It is not a mere visit to the Chateau d'Eu that rs now spoken of. The Queen Of England rs coming to Paris to the court of the Tuilieiies-a right royal journey on the one hand,and a right royal reception oft the other...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 25 June 1846

ll ájriAPITAL ONE MILBION, iñJaTly \j thousand Shares of dwenty Pounds #ach ; three-fourths to be reserved for offer to British capitalists. Deposit'£t per share- v ;¿ No call to exceed £2 per share; and an«in terval of at least three months between each call Interest at thc rate of 5 per cent per annum allowed from the date of éatfh paj^iont until the ( first dividend be declared,itliability of phareboldars to be limited to the'amouût of their respective shares PnbVisiÓNÁi. DIRECTORS Thomas Barker, Esq, J P William Bradley, Esq, M C A. Campbell Browne, Esq Major W. H. Cristie, J P "David Francis Coghill, Esq, J P Edward Cox. Esq, JP William Dawes. Eaq, J P W.S. Deloitte, Esq, J P ^Robert Fitzgerald, Esq. J P Thomas Holt, jun, Esq, J P William Lithgow, Esq, M C Henry Macdermott, Esq, Mayor of "Sydney Ralph Mansfield, Esq T. A Murray, Esq, M C "Charïèsjïicholson, Esq, M C Henry Ö'Brien, Esq, J P Mautfce C- O'Connell, Etfq, M C James Raymond, Eaq, Poa (master Général H- G. Smith, Esq ...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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"HAWKESBURY COURIER." THURSDAY, JUNE 25, 1846. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 25 June 1846

' tnrdift ftst *nd%r 'tte ^nature* of «ni «t)dáfy\\owrpnip<tttígto bean answer ' to a short but yerjr simple narrative which ' we published on ibis paper of the preceding v week describing a few of the events of the .month of June» Í843, during the contested 'Election for the Cumberland, Boroughs ' with oue or two remarks ' on the * ISSUE of ' that Élection. ' On looking ' through the letter of aa * Odd Fellow/' we cannot find a single statement of ours even attempted to be controverted, the whole of the epistle appearing to be a jumble of vituperative 1 declamation, which we would not condes cend to notice, Bad not the name of Samuel North, ^Esq. been introduced in con nection with the clique" whom We are said to favor. In our narrative we find we have given ' Mr. Fitzgerald credit for more libérality than he was entitled to, having announced 'that he subscribed £50 for the Homebush races, when, in fact, it turns out to. be but ¡the Bum of five pounds ! after all. This i...

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MULTUM IN PARVO. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 25 June 1846

MÜLTÜM TN PARVO. The Patrick's Plains mees wäre held on Tuesday last, when the Pattie^ Plains Purse of 56 sn?s* for horses oral! ages, was woo by Mr. West's Meteor, having out rua Tallys Ho and Harry Lorrequer* On Thursday last, a commission ap pointed by the Bishop of Australia, tin der the Chtjfrek Discipline Act, met in the vestry oí St. James's Church, for the purpose of enquiring whether a charge of smoking in a pnblic^hoúse^ which bud been preferred against the Revè J. Duffus, l\î. A», was so far proven that ít was necessary that Mr. Duffus should be placed upon his trial. The commissioners were the Rev DrvCow per» senior commissary, and the fievd. Messrs. Allwood, Wilkinson, Clarmánd Grills* Mr. Duffus was assisw| by Mr. Lowe and Mr. Want. The^K%* missioners decided that the expla nation of Mr, Duffus was satisfactory, mi, tlii* genUema^n ha^ yarned hi« duties at Liverpool \ The amount of coin in the Colonial Treasury on the 31st of December, 1844 was nil ; on the 31st Decemb...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 25 June 1846

turday, the HTH July, at i£ o'clock, i Mr» fflanehard s Inn, George Stree Windsor, the undermentioned, 3 Drays 3 Horses 2 Sets Leading Harness 'x.". Lot of Casks. Ac. &c* &c. THOMAS M'DONELti, Jateé». ON SALE BYTHE ÜNBERSIGNÉI MARTELL'S IR ÄNDY^ Jamaica Rum, 1 and $ Ditto Proof ?ritt inleases and half etifós. ÏHOÉAS M'ÈONELE, Smith's Building's. XSeörge stceet, ' Wîndsblr. ^ June IO1 TÖE Ündfersigheä fe SÈTLLI N I O F F the remainder of hi STOCK at very reduced pticei THOMAS M'ÛONEÏiL, SmitVs Buildings. 6é<írge Street. Windsdi June! ft. J~ BATHÜRst CHEESE. npHE Undersigned has te primé !LÔi JL fórjale. THOMAS M^ÔOlSrÉabL, Smith's Building^, tâeoYgè Street Windsor Janett). Notice. THE undermentioned suppl ies being req u ired fa^?tW*'^t0^<^i^'9^ne: volent Society mathe Hospital, afr Windsor during six Montas, commencing 1st Jut) next; Persons willing'to fwVpish tile samt are requested to forward Tenders addressed to the Secretary, al the ftospfta...

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SUPREME COURT. JUNE 25. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 2 July 1846

SUPREME COURT. JUNE 25. .ft THB QtTEEN v. WALMSLEY.-On the 28th April Mr. Edward Walmsley was brought before the Windsor Bench, charged with working an illicit stil at the North Rocks, near Windsor, (full particulars of which case appeared on this paper on the 7th May,) and who, on being declared guilty»was fined £100, OT three'month's imprisonment, has been über«ted from incarceration, owing to the legal ingenuity of his Solicitor, Mr, Lambton, who brought the defendant's case before his Honor Mt. Justice Dick enson, The defendant appeared under a writ of certiorari. The two especial grounds of argument were first-That the penalty inflicted was leis than the Act awarded ; secondly, that the fine was misappropriated, inasmuch as the iuformation having been laid in the 3rd Victoria, the fine was appropriated un der 9th Victoria, blinder which Act the offence should have been brought.' His Honor, after hearing Mr. Lamb ton s arguments, retired to consult with ¡ his Honor the Chief jus...

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WINDSOR POLICE REPORT. SATURDAY, JUNE 27. Before Robert Fitzgerald aud J. L. Scarville, Esqrs. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 2 July 1846

^ w »? WINDSOR POLICE REPORT, j SATURDAY, JUNE 27. Before Robert Fitzgerald aud J. L. Scarville, Esqrs. Matthew Elkins-who was remanded to , this day, on à charge of defrauding one ! Catherine Mulhern of £2-was discharged. I Charles Jones, a ticket bf leave holder employed by Mr. U. Moses, was sentenced to six months labor in an iron gang and to have |his ticket cancelled for settiug his employer's dogs on Mr. R, Bullock, Dis-1 %is prejudice. ¿. tftfëSDl^TIjfoB 30, Spa Oakley-charged with beiug glori* ously drunk on the preceding evening« (pleaded guilty, and was fined 10s, or go to the cells for ÍÚ b|a¡|s. This fair cyprian waa placed in « durancVVtle* a week or teu days previously ona similar charge, but was liberated on her word of honor being pledg ed that she would leap sober, 'Joseph Guest appeared to answer to St similar charge, and this beiug his third offence within three weeks-and their Worship's deeming the fe Hew a regular Wo/7, sentenced him to 14 days solitary confinem...

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"HAWKESBURY COURIER." THURSDAY, JULY 2, 1846. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 2 July 1846

; do4 not remember duringltlie course of #;^tveyy ioug residence in the Colony sb great a rise having taken place in the price 'of butchers meat as that of the last week. Si* or seven weeks ago good beef and mut* toa was selling at three farthings aft^ne ¿penny a pound, hut the public are nb wob *Jiged "tb pay, 'three*pence pel: 'pobal for * each sort,or 200 per cent, abbye the fpces * of the middle, of May, an^Épprise is octa.* sioned through the dificwt) which the blnBher** experience in procuring, fat 'cattle and sheep suitable for the market, "in consequence of the scarcity of fodder | ' which is observable on either side bf the i ' road of the up-country districts, from | 'whence "we receive our principal supplies to Penrith, Parramatta and Sydney. Cat ^tje which leave the np-country in prime condition, on arriving at the market * are so e niaèiated, that when slaughtered ' they are only it to feed the canine species " upon ; and the necessity of a Rail-toad was never more appâ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 2 July 1846

I. KIDOILL IN returning thanks for past favors, begs most respectfully to inform the Inhabitants of Windsor and the District, that he has commenced the business of AUCTIONEER^ AND GENERAL ÀGENT, and trusts he will receive a portion of their patronage. ON SATURDAY, tfHBjtei isgiy HB will Sell by Publfl Auclon, by Order of ¡Mr GEORGE SHIRLEY, Inspect tor of Distilleries for the District cf Windsor, the undermentioned articles, condemned under the Distillation Act : 2 Stills A number of Casks and other articles used iii Distillation Quantity of Spitits 2 Bags Sngar. ' * AFTER WHICÖi Horses, Drays, Harness Bathurst Cheese, . And the remainder of his old Stfoca^ Consisting of: A few Print Dresses, Shirts Jackets and Vests I Shirting Calico« Shoes Black Tea* Starch, Blacking Raisins, Outrants, Tin Cannisters* &c¿ &c, &c. TBRÄts- CAStí. ANV person haviug a Male GUINEA PiG^or a Male and Female to i tiispose of, will hear of a Purchaser, by applying at the Office of t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 2 July 1846

rBLISHED, at the Office of «TBAtUN JoüRN^t, in Royal Jff* a Beporfc of tho Expedition to Po4t wingto**' {revised and corrected by tha ,arned Explorer,) together with adargo Íap-óf thaj section of New Holland, con« Ising the Toute taken by ©r. Leichardt ind his gallant band. This Map is a faith: ful eniar^etfcopy of the Explorer's original, which was kindly lent to the undersigned - to ensure correctness In order to make this section of the Map of New Holland mornvaluable, the soundings (from authen tic Charts) through Torres* Straits have been laid down with great care. As only a limited number of copies of this Chartras*well as the Report, have been Íprinted, all those desirous *of securing co nies should, as early as possible, send their names to the AUSTRALIAN Journal Office STATHAM AND FORSTER PRICEFIVE SHILLINGS, ^fSJSJSJSJSJBBBBSMBBW^ PROSPECTUS OP THE AGREAT SOUTHERN AND WESTERN RAILWAY COMPM. CAPITAL ONE MILLION, inJfifty thousand Shares of Twenty Pound* *aoh ; three-fourths...

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MULTUM IN PARVO. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 2 July 1846

MÜLTUM IN PARVO. Sir Oharks Fitzroy had arranged lor leafing England on the 15th March last, and may be daily expected. A ft mill*' came DÍF at Bungarrabee » on Wednesday, the 24th ult., bet wee11 John Shaw and John Harrigan, for £l"0 a~stde. The ground chosen for the ren countre was at the back of "Lumpy Dean's «rib,** where forty-eight rounds were counted in as many minutes, and Bungarrabee Jack was declared the winner, haviug given the first knock down blow, drawn the first blood, and " banged" his man. A« is generally the case after a good mill, a second took place shortly after for a pnrse of J£5, {subscribed by the H fancy" on the spot,) between« man named Marshall and a South Creek blacksmith, whose name we could riot learn« The latter beat his man in consequence of an accident which the former had sustained by fall* ingon a stump. The Revd, William Pascoe Crook, one of the first Missionaries sent out to the South Seas by the London Mission» ary Society,-who was foT years the...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 2 July 1846

MARRIED-At St. Matthew's Church, Windsor, by the Revd. H. T. Styles, on Tuesday, the 30th June, Laban White, Esq, Chemist and Druggist, to Mary, relict of the late Thomas Dargan, Esq.-After the ceremony, the happy pair proceeded to Rich- mond, where they entertained a large circle of friends at dinner.    

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"HAWKESBURY COURIER." THURSDAY, JULY 9, 1846. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 9 July 1846

^pSSäa^A^ JOLY 9, im. Excellency the Governor intend* to embark, on his return to Eng and, on Saturday next, the 11th instant, will hold à Levée át Government House 4>ó^afc day, at half-psst 12 o'clock, itó«ame, {ceremonies will, be observed the Levee held pn the 2étb?Mày laXpbut no cards will be issued. H is ^Excellency .will embark at the Circular Quay at 2 o'clock.-^-" Government (ia ;ze|të Extraotàîhàiy,^ July 6. r four readers ,wiil observe by the "above notice that his Excellency is de sirous'to receive all his friends on Satur day, next, no matter whether they are entitled to the ontrei at Government House, oír riot,. They are s allr invited : "uo cards will be issued/' Wo have no doubt but tberft will be an immense assemblage at the Government-House on ,that , <iay, to pajf their respects and bid a last adieu to their revered Go vernor on jhïs departure from these shores ; and amongst, the company we hope his Excellency's political oppo nents, Messrg. Wentworth...

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PARRAMATTA QUARTER SESSIONS. WEDNESDAY 1ST JULY. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 9 July 1846

- 'PARRAMATTA QUARTER SESSIONS WBDNESDAT. 1ST JTÜLY. Owen Savage-was indicted for havinj on the4th April last, stolen two blanket jone silk handkerchief and a fishing lin the property of john Williams, of Windso The .prosecutor deposed, that about fon VclQck in the afternoon of the day after th Windsor Races, he missed the property i jquession (which he had seen twp hour ¿previously) from a marquee, and near whicï the prisoner had been observed at the rea of a booth on the race course. On raissinj the property he Went in pursuit of the pri ^oner, fbut fruitlessly. On the <next morn ing he proceeded towards Parramatta an< when within three« miles of it he fount} the prisoner in the custody of a constable I whom he had a few minutes previously beet apprehended.. The handkerchief of witnesj was on the prisoner's neck, and the con stable showed him the blankets, saying he ^had just takea them from him. Could not swear to the line, which was itsed to hoist 'flags r ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 9 July 1846

1N returning thanks for past favors, begs most respectfully to inform the Inhabitants of Windsor and the district.; that he has commenced the business of AÛCTIÔNÈÊR. T AND GÉNÉRAL ÀGÉNTK . » and trusts he will receive a portion of their patronage. HIDES. ~ THE undersigned are Purchasers of HIDES. BETTS & PANT0TÍ. June 4. THE Undersigned has beeu instruc ed by Clark Irving, Esq. Official Assignee, to receive all debts due to the estate ; he, therefore requests the samé" may be immedietely paid to him« . THOMAS Mè'DON^-LLV.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 9 July 1846

iüPftEME GRAND tODÖE .fi im INDEPENDENT OR0E OF ÖDD FELLOWS. ON Wednesday» the 15|| day of jul , 184& the prarirJ " Master, at Board of Directors, with the Office and Brethren of the '« Australian Orar lodge," «« True Friendship," " Prim Albert," Sons of Benevolence/' an the «« united Loyal Hawkesbury" Loc ges. : will assemble, at, Brother Perry Hotel, Penrith, at 9 o'clock, A. M" pr« cisely, and proceed to dedicate an form a, Lodge in connexion with til above Order, under the designation of THE LOYAL WEST CUMBERLANI Loitei;** ? after which, ¿be Officers and Brethre wil) form a Procession, and proceed t St« Stephen's Church, where a Sermoi will be preached by the Revd. B. L Watson, and a collection made, for tin puf pose of forming a Dispensary for th Poor of this To wu and District. t The Officers will re.assemble to din« at Brother Perry's, ait 5 o'clock, p. M precisely. fr Visiting Friends admitted, subject t< the approuvât of the Stewards« i i The Professional...

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 9 July 1846

N^^fiaHmie ri pply ¿ip, pak of tait white. MmmRfw J TH near hip, HH^HlOt claimed before the 18th July, they ^BÉputesolft on- that 4ay. ^HB JAS. LOWNDS, Poundkeeper. ^|^^JU|oandec[---oti4he 14th June, from the jHP^Jfor^ong---one black and white bullock, 3v ; pSafflor n down, off horn straight, branded ;* ' ÎC off ribs ; "yellow cow and calf, an indes: w "cribable brand off rump, DW off shoulder. a circle with an illegible letter inside on ^ off «bs ; black steer, no brand visible, about ^onfj^r old; damages 6d eacl|| if not ^ pre^fusly released, to be sold in twenty one days from tbe date of publication. JOHN MOORE, Poundkeeper. Impounded-^at Windsor, bu the 124th June, by J. A. Betts, J$sq, que strawberry steer, branded W H off hip, and one red steer, branded J N near thigh t If not claimed within 21 days, they will be sold. JAMES METCALF, Poündkeeper« Impounded, on the *26th June, by J. A Betts, Esq, one. red and white calf-ne 1 brand legible. If not claimed on br before ihe 17th o...

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