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

PROSPECTUS OP THE GREAT SOUTHERN AND WESTERN RAILWAY É^I^PITAL ONE MILLION, in fifty \J thousand Shares of Twenty Pounds each ; turee-fourths to be reseived for offer to British capitalists. Peposit £1 per share. No call to exceed £2 per share ; and an in-, 'terral of at least three months between each call 1'Toterest at tbc rate of 5 per cent per annum allowed from the date of-each payment untjl the ;flrst dividend he daclafed. The liability of shareholders tb oe limited to the amount of their respective shares PROVISIONAL DI HECTORS*. Thomas Barker, Esq, JP ,. Wiíítam Bradley, Esq. M C À. Campbell Browne, Esq ^ajor H. Cristie, j, P . David francis Coghill, Esq, J F Edward Cox.*Esq, J P 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, MC Charles Nicholson, Esq, M C J|ɧry O'Brien,Esq,« J P ;^feice C. O'Connell. Esq, MC Fines ...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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WINDSOR POLICE REPORT. TUESDAY, JULY 7, Before Robert Fitzgerald aud J. L. Scarville, Esqrs. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 9 July 1846

WINDSOR POLICE REPORT. TUESDAY, JULY 7, Before Robert Fitzgerald aud J, L. Scarville, Esqrs.   John M'Kellar was fined ten shillings and one shilling, costs for drunkenness John Thoms for a like offence was dis- charged, having been in chokee since Sa- turday night .             Margaret M'Donell also for induling in the tender passion of getting as drunk as a   lady-was fined 5s, or to nap it in the cold cells for six hours Daniel Boshen (remanded from Satur- day) was placed at the bar, charged with   an assault, with intent to commit a rape on   a girl named Anne Smith, aged ten years. Mrs Charlotte Teale being sworn deposed -that she was the wife of John Teale and resides with her husband at the South Creek about two miles from Windsor : witness is the guardian of a girl named Anne Smith who is her niece ; she is ten years old ; on Friday last witness ...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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"HAWKESBURY COURIER." THURSDAY, JULY 16, 1846. DEPARTURE OF THE GOVERNOR [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 16 July 1846

»«IR; b)Á.9 $VLY 16, 1846, WpARTÜRE Of? TEfE^GOVÉRNÓR ON Saturday last, 'which was the day fixed by his Excellency Sir George .Gipps, for his departure from this Co lony, the city was all life aud bustle hy about 11 o'clock, when most of the pub lic establishments and the government "offices were closed, and some few of the shops. À Utile before twelve, a guard of honor, consisting of 50 rank and file of the 11th regiment, accompanied by the band and colours bf that regiment, pro ceeded to and took their station at Go vernpient-Hou8e, whilst a guard of ho nor of ihe 99th regiment was stationed at the Circular Wharf, with the band and" colours of that regiment. A "double line of military was formed from Go vernment-House to the Wharf, consist ing of 100 rank and file pf the 11 th re giment, 100' rank and file of the 58th regiment, and 100 rank arid file of thc 99th regiment. Previously to the Levee, which was held at half-past twelve at Government House. Deputations with Addresses, w...

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THE HERITAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 16 July 1846

Thé deb maiÄ son inherits lands, ' . | , À^i piles of bricked stone, and gold, Andhe inherit soft wîiï|e hands, * * And tender flesh that fears thé eolíffí . Nor dares to wear a ¿arment old ; f 4 Seritajge-^^ One scarce would wish, to hold in fee. The, rich man's son inherits cares ; , Thé bank may break» the factory burn, A breath may break his bubble shares And soft white hands could hardly earn v A living that would serve his turn ; A heritage it seems tome s Oue scarce would wish to hold in fee. The rich man*s son inherits wants, His stomach ¿rayes for dainty fare ; With sated heart he hears the pants . Of toiling hinds with brown arms bare, And wearies in his casychair ; A heritage it seems to me One scarce would wish to hold in fée. What doth the poor man's son inherit ? Stout muscles and a sinewy heart, A hardy frame-a hardier spirit ; King of two hands-lie does his part In every useful toil and art ; A heritage it seems to me A King might wish to hold in fee. What doth the p...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 16 July 1846

BIRTH. On 5th inst, the lady of Edwyn Henry Statham, Esq., of Arnold Grove, near Parramatta, of a Daughter.  

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SUPREME COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 16 July 1846

SUPREME COURT. Monday, July 6.-Befort his HOE Mr, Justice Dickenson, and a comm jury. t. Matthew Killeen was indicted for ca pially knowing- one Catherine O'Brie the daughter of Terence and Johanns -O'Brien, at the Cowpastures, being «child above ten and under twelve yea of age. . h_ * ? .According to the evidence of the gi it appeared that he committed the o fence against her will, -j, His Honor in summing up, told tl jury that if according to the evidenc ¿hey were satisfied that the prisoner ha «committed the offence against the wi of the girl, they must find a special vet diet to that effect, , ? i v íjie jury- having retired for a sfioi time, returned a verdict of guilty again* the prisoner,« and that the prisoner com .mitted thé offence against the will of th Child» -:* .. .?.<' . -l. ~>'M: ' ' ^- " . ?>n His Honor orderen the prisoner, to bi remanded, as it was his intention to caji 4a It- his brother Judges, whether the pr!, soner ought not to be indicted fof...

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NEW PENAL SETTLEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 16 July 1846

NÈW PENAL SÈTTtEMÈNT; THE following epitomé of the new scheme arrived at and comfit med as the sequel will demonstrate for the establishment of a new Penal Settlement (if it can be said to bear that appellation,) is so interesting, that we have set ¿orne more local intelligence aside for the present in order to give our readers the earliest information on this head. It is collated from the Parliamentary Pa'perfc lately received at Van Die men's Land, and which we extract fi oat the AUSTRALIAN :? The Queen, {n exercise of the powers vested in her Majesty by the statutes 5 and 6 Victoria, c. 36\ s. 32 ; and c Í6, s, 51, will establish a new colony to be called North Australia, of which the southern boundary will be the 26th degree of south latitude. Within the limits of North Australia thc Queen will also, in pursu ance of those powers, postpone indefinitely, the taking effect of the Australian Waste Lands Act. To North Australia will the ii .selves for support ontthe Government of .t...

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A GOOD STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 16 July 1846

* A GOOD STORY. Á WIDOW'S MANOEUVRE FOR A HUSBAND* -Mrs* Francis James Jones coughed, drew her Jaded handkerchief across her lips, and replied« that " Sir Godfrey would doubtless ly consider her a strange creature when he learned the eause of her desire to see and consult v But the truth was, (she had lately thought of a matter oh which, no one could gire her so much valuable informati tionas Sir Godfrey." The Betonet was quite delighted at the preference shown to him and expressed his readiness to reveal all within his power and keepiug. Without further mystery then Sir Godfrey, resumed the widow, bending her eyes on the points of her slippers, " 1 intend to purchase your fox-hounds." " Fox-hounds !" exclaimed Sir Godfrey, astonished beyond the power of delcrjpUon. iod-as ifbls breath had been taken away, by the sudden plunge of Mrs. Jones thus diving at once to the pith of her subject. . Yès^rétjurnéd the widow: I find that you are really going anray from us, and it would be too m...

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

, AUCTIONEER, V MR. WlLLUMrTHO M PSON, late of the Macquarie Arms Inn , Mac quarie street, Windsor, begs leave most respectful.y.to intimate to. his friends and the public^ that he has obtained an Auc tioneer's Lícetíse, for tjie disposal pf every description ot Stoci , and Property with which ,|^e ,might, bfe favored,, at the,ver.X ïqwèst rate of Commission ; and he,. con ii.* dently trust« from the great experience whieh he has acquired during a period of sixteen years unwearied application to,this pecuHarBrauch of Business, to give every satisfaction to his Patrons. . t, t He will advance cash on Property intend ed for immediate sale, and make up his account sales as speedily as circumstsnces will permit after each Auction. Macquarie street,¿Wjnlsor, July 15, AS soon as the necessary alterations can be made,         MR. W. G. BURGIS. will open his Wholesale Stores at the Premises lately occupied by Mrs. Eli- zabeth Smith, and ne...

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LECTURES [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 23 July 1846

LECTURES On Monday evening next an intellectual treat of np ordinary description will be provided fdr the inhabitants of Windsor by those celebrated Lecturers from the Me chanics* School of Aits, Sydney-Messrs. Goodall and Norrie, at Coffey's Assembly Room, at 6 o'clóek .(according to previous announcement on this Paper, ¿nd also on the Australian and Herald.) and under the immediate patronage of the Hon, Member Tor the Cumberland Boroughs, William Bowman. Esq, and Robert Fitzgerald, Esq, J P- 'this treat is not intended solely for the gratification of the learned, but for the edification and amusement of all classes of learners (for what else are the highest or best amougst mankind ?) The Lecturer's labors will be principally directed to the instruction of the Mechanic. In the Parent state men in the highest offices condescend to preside over and tb countenance and support Mechanics* In stitutes ; and sorry are we that the circum stances of the bulk of our colonists are so limited,...

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HAWKESBURY COURIER. THURSDAY, JULY 23, 1846. THE COLONIAL SECRETARY. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 23 July 1846

'HMlillflï GMR. THURSDAY, JDLVÍ23, Ï8#r lftR COLONIAL SECRETARY. *' It is the intention of certain ¿entlertiea to get up a Testimpnial as a mark o|res . peet to our talented Colonial Secretary, the Honorable E. Deas Thomson, Esq. A com uiittee has already been formed to makè the necessary arrangements ; and it has, we believe, 6een deeded, that no subscrip tions will De received from any colonist holding office udder Government« We aré quite sure that their aid is unnecessary \6 convince the world of the uprightness and * integrity .of conduct by Which jtfce public duties of Mr. Thomson, as Colonial Secre tary, have been distinguished for upwards of nine years, The Colonists, to a man, should enrol their names " upon trie sub scription list, which we opine, will prove ' the most extensive ever yet got up in Chis colony "-Australian, July 16. We heard yesterday that some of the friends of Mr. E. Deas Thomson, are de termined to open a subscription for the purpose of presenting to tha...

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MEMORY. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 23 July 1846

t^:^^TÍ«WMMr tiúit»0bg bf our * ^ tafck-its lustre to light mir * t)ñfeepéit thou oft wheat memory's tftiíh eooès^inig^ttg%Îth rimsic to make it v- divine Î ^or where are those voices, %y1ieaft %íil s, inquire, That fondly and faithfully whispered thÜtlay?; Wwhere the affection that kindled its fire On the altar of friendship ? are all passM 'away! vLike' fosès wé>e loved in mir infancy's hour, Which oft the dull path way of manhood adorn; Thus memory brings back to our own èven Xr. " ing bower Those glinipses of melody taught her at morn, Iiike IsraelYhafp as by Babylon's streams It wept on the willow for lands it loVd . best ; v . * Thus dear to New Holland, in music's soft dream«, Sighs faithful and lonely the harp of the South !

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

PROSPECTUS OP THE f«GÉEkT SOUTHERN AND ÍVESTEÉN RAILWAY I/W1TAÎ, ONE MILLION, irpfifty \J thousand Shares of Twenty Pounds each ; three-fourths to be reserved for Offer to British capitalists. Deposit £1 per share. No call to exceed £2 per eb «re; and an in* terral of at least three months between each call Interest at thc rate of 5 per cent per annum allowed from the date of each payment until the first dividend be daclared. The liability of »bareholders to be limited to the amount of their * rtipeciive shares PROVISIONAL DIRECTORS* 1Thomas Barker; Esq, J P WU I tam Bradley, Esq, M C .. A. Campbell Browne, Esq .Major W, H. Cristie, J P v ' David Franois Coghill, Esq, J IP 'Edward Cox **Esq, JP William Dawes: Eaq,^ P W.S.lDeloiíte, Es\}, J P . ;iftohert¥iÎEgeràld, Esq. J P ! IhotoastHolt, jun, Esq,'J P Witliâm Lifhgow, Esq, M C * Henry Macdermott, Esq, Mayor of Sydney Riil|m Mansfield, Esq T, A Murray, Esq, M C Charles Nicholson, Esq, M C Henry O'Brien, Esq, J P Maurice C O'Connell....

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MULTUM IN PARVO. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 23 July 1846

MÜLTÜM IN PARVO. Business has been rather dull at Maife land during the p »st week, owing pro bably, to the wet weather,-Maitland Mercury. There has been little or nothing doing in wheat, the millers being well stocked and the demand for Sydney not being overmuch Bnt little maize has been offered ; the farmers are holding back in the expectation of a rise in prices, but buyers on the other hand are not dis posed to pu release freely, as they 4ook for a decline Cattle for the butchers are extremaly scarce, and áre worth from £$ lös to SA per head sheep ^e also sea ce, and are realism g from 8s to Ï 0s each-Ibid A t Dungog on Sunday last, the wea^ ther was exUcunely cold, but there was no frost during the 'night The next morning the rain set in, and continued up to Wednesday last On that day the sun had again shown his face, but shout ers have occasionally fallen This sea sonable rain will afford great relief to our stock, and will also be extremely serviceable to the wheat crops, whi...

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SUPREME COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 23 July 1846

SUPREME COURT. I Thursday, "July 16.-Before thc 'Honorsthe three Judges. Mr. Purefoy presented a petition favor of W. J. Swinson, who had be< tried for stealing dattle, the property ''Henry Gibbs, of ÎWort1î-4èttThmond, ai sentenced to be transported for 10 yeai Their Honors having consulted fdr short time Mr. Justice Dickenson addressed tl ' prisoner, and told him it was not in coi "sideration of his old age, for that was r recommendation, that he should re-sar ' lenee him, but on account of his lar» family, whi*h would be entirely ruine if »he sentence which he had passed o "him was carried into effect. This wa an appeal to mercy and not to justic* ^The Court thèrefore was disposed tollte 'the sentence originally passed on him Ho that t>f being worked in irons on th " roacls for ¿bree years. George Kendall, who'had been triei *fór máhslátíg'liter (having struck a bul lock-driver, who was in bis ^employ ' on the head with the handle of his loder v whip, on the road "b...

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ODD FELLOWSHIP—PENRITH [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 23 July 1846

ODD FELLOWSHIP-PENRITH ON Wednesday the 15th, inrtant, a*Lodge uuder the title of'« The Loyal West Cum« ^berland Lodge of ttiV Independent Order Odd Fellows/ being. No 8,. under a djspen* Ration of the Australian Supreme Grand Lodge, was formed arid dedicated at the house of the N G Perry, at Penrith. , The assemblage «f the Brethren from Windsor was very numerous, as were those from Parramatta and Sydney also. v After the dedication of the Lodge, the Brethren formed a procession and proceeded to church. The banners were elegant,a nd the gorgeousness of the rich regalia be: longing to the order rendered it really a startling display., The service bf the day was performed by the Incumbent, the Rev. Mr Watson,assisted by the Rev Mr Addams ; and it may not be but of place to mention here that this church has as elective a little choir as we haye heard in any village church out of England- A collection whs made, the proceeds to be applied to found afiis^ensaiy for the relief of the sick...

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

PUBLIC NOTICE. LWHITE, begs leave respectfully I io return his grateful acknowledge ments to the Public generally, for the liberal support he has received from his commencement ¡ti the Drug and Grocery "business in Windor, and to apprise them that be has retired therefrom in Ja vor öf Mr. RICHARD E oír A RDS, cn whose behalf lie solicits the same kind patronage, L. W. further informs them, that he still continues the Wine and Spirit Store, adjoining the above Chemical. Drug, and Grocery Establishment, as weil as his avocation as a General Agent and Auctioneer. Windsor, 1st July, IjKtô.. *WINDSGft ANÉ^HAWKESBURY MICE R IC HARD ED Vf ARDS, having pur chased the Drug and Grocery Bu siness lately carried on by Mr. LABAN WHTD, respectfully solicits a con tinuance of that liberal share of pat ron - age bestowed on his predecessor, and begstoasaurè the Public that his Es tablishment will be found replete with .every article tn the above Litre, and it will be his strict determination atten ...

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ODD FELLOWSHIP—PENRITH. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 30 July 1846

-m v - ODD FELLOWSHIP-PFNRITÉ. THE following are a few of the ¿Speeches which followed the Toasts drank at the Odd ^ Fellows* Dinner at Penrith/ which we nov" ticed in our last publication .* Mr Bouiderson, of Sydnev, in returning thanks on behalf of the Ladies, observed that the duty ought to here fallen on a married man, for bachelors on such a sub ject could not speak so fluently or feelingly He would therefore most sincerely offer thanks for those with whom alone-as mar ried men's faces surely shewed-true hap piness is to be found *N G Perry on proposiug prosperity to the Australian Supreme Grand Lodge and the Lodges in connexion with it, said, he had for a long time watched the progress of the Society, and be therefore spoke con* fidehtly ; its foundation was the surest that of a rock, and prosperity must éver attend it. Mr Williams in proposing prosperity td Odd Fellowship throughout the world, said, that the visitors present migl.t ask what was the cause of Odd Fellowship I H...

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RAILROADS—WINDSOR. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 30 July 1846

BAlLfeOAÍ)S--WIÍíDSOB. :ÄT a Meeting held at Coffey's Hotel, Windsor, on Saturday, 18th July, 1846, of the inhabitants of the. Windsor and Hawkesbury Districts, desirous of favoring the introduction of a Railroad from Sydney to Windsor, nud the opening and making a Road from Windsor to Bathurst, through »the Karrajong district. rtobert.Fitzgerald, Èsq, in the chair the following Resolutions were unanimously adopted :~ 1--Proposed by Captain Scar?ille, and seconded by Captain O'Connell,-That this Meeting approves of the project of a Railroad froih Sydney to Windsor, in * conjunction with that from Sydney to Goulburn, and agrees to enter into a sub scription For paying the expense of a. preliminary survey of the Windsor line. i2_.Proposed by joseph Cope, hsq. and "seconded by Georgs Bowman, Esq,-That ^viewing the great advantages to these dis tricts that wjli accrue should the road from "Windsor to Bathurst through the Kurrajong district be made available for the, transmis sion bf goo...

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ROADS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 30 July 1846

»li We consider the meeting heia at Cof fey a Ho tel oü tb el 8th instant, the most important in every point of view for the entire population of the district, that has ever been cönvened în Windsor,, and we are happy to record thespirit of unani mity which pervaded the gentlemen who composed that meeting, and the liberali ty which characterised their subscripti ons towards defraying the expense of opening a road to Bathurst ! Much yet remains to be accomplished previously to the commencement of this great under taking, but on looking at those who ori ginated the proceeding, we entertain no fears for that which is yet to be per. formed. We cannot find words for ex pressing, the pleasure we experience, while rejecting on the advantages which this district will derive from the opening up of the contemplated road through the Kurrajong,-even before the embryo Kailway Company can be formed,-for we Understand that our spirited and worthy Coach Proprietors,Messrs. Ridge and Seymour, in con...

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