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"HAWKESBURY COURIER." THURSDAY, JULY 30, 1846. WINDSOR PHILOSOPHICAL LECTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 30 July 1846

THURSDAY, JOLY 30, 1846. WINDSOR PHILOSOPHICAL ?LECTURES. Titi inhabitants of this district haw at length had an opportunity of witnessing some of the ¿host wonderful natural phenomena by means of the two first lectures delivered by Mr« GOODALX, at Coffey's Hotel. Oh Monday, the Lecture consisted of experiments ex plaining the mèchànicàl 'properties of the air, arid weare sure, from the very lucid imán tier in Which the learned Lec turer explained the experiments, that the audience left the theatre with increased knowledge of the subjects treated on. The Lecture on Tuesday evening was a continuation of the first, and ended with several brilliant experiments, to show the Chemical properties of the air. *It would occupy töo much of dur space to entimerfcte the whole of the experi ments ; arid the "beauty of them can only tba appreciated by seeing them . Some of our Native youths, who have never heretofore had an opportunity of wit« nessing such a display of phenomena, expressed their ...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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WINDSOR POLICE. TUESDAY, JULY 28. Before Robert Fitzgerald, Esq. L D Whittaker, Esq, and J. L. Scarville, Esq. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 30 July 1846

WINDSOR POLIC'È. TUESDAY, JüLv 28. Before Robert Fitzgerald, Esq$ L D Whit taker, Esq, and J, L. Scarnlle, Esq. Honora Watkins, who wat remanded from Saturday, was charged with stealing twenty £1 notes, the property of John Notley. , . , v, Mr Lambton appeared for the prosecu tion and Mr Johnston for the accused' The evidence of Notley which wat elici ted on Saturday was again read,from which it appeared that he was in Windsor ou Saturday the 18th july io , company with his woman. Hannah O'Neil ; *he hsd £20 in notes which witness gaye her, When on their return to Richmond prisouer asked them for a ride home in their cart; she then got in ; they called at. Mr. Teal's for some wheat and Hannah O'Neil paid for it. The prisoner could have seen the notes *f the time ; they Were then in a bag, and O'Neil afterwards pat it in her bosom ; they called at the Bird in Hand on the Rich mond Road and had something to drink when they got home to Richmond they went to Harriskey's public house and...

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

under the Patronage of Wm. Bowman, Esq. M. C and J. *P , and Robert Fitzgerald, Esüj, j, P. WINDSOR PHILOSOPHICAL MR R.W, GOODALL and MR. J. .v 8. NORRIE respectfully inform . Kthe Inhabitants of Windsor and its vioi nity, that they intend delivering Four ^ver(y interesting LECTURES on the Philosophical Sciences, at Coney's Hotel, Windsor, .on Monday, July, the 2jhh, Tuesday, July the 28th, Thursday, July The 30th. and Friday, July the 31st, when they solîéit the patronage bf the Public, the Lectures will be illustra te ted by beautiful experiments, show ing, by ifiearis of cbstly Apparatus, the wonderful natural phenomena constant ly existing ; abd the Lecturers hope that ias their ertorts are directed tb instruct as well as to amuse, they may meet wish iberálsúppárt ADmrssioft, Twd SHILLINGS. Family Tickets to admit Five to the Course, £1 10s. ; to admit three, £l. . Tickets may be had at Mr* Laban White's ; at Mr Coffey's FÎotel ; and at Mr. Brew's, Richmond. Doors open at half-p...

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THE[?] [?] [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 30 July 1846

o mmrmwnnewBù mm? beaming, mfMttt á;I¿ay Wetbiditing All {in ibe nîgiU iff my beart restless , dreaming, And pillow my bead on ber beeutiful breast O that yon atar which in heaven is whitest, Might come like a passionate Girl from her test» Wheo visious of Love round my spirit are brightest, And rap me away to it*s home ' in the West. Oh that the spirit oi Music by-flowing, Might take such a shape as my heart can conceive i Ween Love» like the soul of all Beauty is glowing And breathe in my arms like a daughter of Eve. O that some angel of hasven appearing,, Í But once to my wish» might descend from on high ; ¿o terribly lovely aud bright that my daring ,, , , To kiss her were death-I would kiss her and die ! But the Moon with pale love of the dày-god : was beaming. And the Star of some star that attracts her was dreaming, And the music remained an invisible hirth, And no daughter of bliss might descend to .. the Hirth ; . Y«t not all vainly his spirit was burning Tow'rds the rare a...

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THE LOST BOOTS. (A sketch of an American steam boat.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 30 July 1846

THE LOST BÖÖTS. (A sketch of an American steam hoatí) À ludicrous scene occurred on board the steam-boat " Knickerbocker" a few mornings since. rÀn unsophisticated yoting fellow from Fraüklin conn ty, who was probably making his first steam-boat voyage/*'"turned in'' at a seasonable hour, leaving his boots-a most formida ble pair-outside the berth. Of course they were regarded by the sable knight of the blacking brushes as fair prey, as sellas fit subjects for the lavisbment of a little bf his polishing paste and elbow energies. A flimsy pair of sheep-skin 3] ip pei» (fir slapper*, ai they are some times appropriately termed)*were lèft in their place. Bright and early our green horn was astir. Judge of his consterna tion when a faithful search about all the neighbouring berths failed to bring them to light. Suddenly his eyes fell upon the sheepish-looking slippers, and, as ¡suddenly, the startling truth broke upon !iim0 M I've been robbed ! I've been irobbod r' he cried. «. Stop you...

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

? VARIETIES. ! An areli Voy haying taken notice of Iiis schoolmaster's often reading a chap ter in the Corinthians, wherein is this sentence,. " We shall be all changed in the twinkling of an eye," privately erased the letter c in the word changed. The next time his master read it, .* We shall hz M hanged in the twinkling of "an eye.** j The Mexicans sálate their new-born infants in this manner ; " Child, thou art come into this world to suffer ; eri^ dure, and hold thy peace-" j The skull of a negro, which has lain i in the tombs of Egypt for three thousand ' years, can at once be distinguished by the same character which it bears at the ; present day, I Mr Lily's match against time for .£100 ! to ride from Newmarket to London and back in 12 hours, was accomplished a few minutes under nine hours Thc dis tance is about 1,800 miles. As a tribute of respect, the sum of £140 has been subscribed with a view of presenting to Tom Spring, the pugilist, a piece of plate You did'nt go to Cor...

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ANOTHER RAILROAD. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 6 August 1846

ANÖTH ER RAILROAD. I The Committee appointed at a publié meeting held at Geelong on the 31st of March last,to consider the practicability I of constructing a railway front Geelong towards the terlenelg: river, the facilities which the country affords for the accom plishment of such an object, its proba ble cost, and the advantages attending upon it, have laid their report before the public ; and at a meeting held on the láth July; it was resolved thát the re port of the committee be adopted, and published for general information ; that copiesfbe transmitted to Dr. Lang. M. Of and to A. Cunningham, Esq, with a request that they will bring the subject before "the Home Govern ment, and thé friends of emigration to this colony,with a view to the organization of a company in Britain ; and that the actiug com mittee be requested to continue their services in promoting the design, and that Dr. Thompson be the honorary se cretary. The land in the district through which it is proposed the ra...

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COURT OF REQUESTS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 6 August 1846

COURT OF REQUESTS. The ordinary sittings of the Court o Requests for this district commenced OJ Monday last, and terminated at t we I vi o'clock, during; which 106 cases wer« disposed of, mány of them having beei defended. We subjoin a case of grosi perjury : Sullivan v. Ferris This case was brought against t\u 'defendant, a farmer at Portland Head to recover the sum of £3 due on a pro missory note drawn by him in favor ol the plaintiff. The general issue wai 'pleaded. On the part of the plaintiff1 Mr Joseph Suffolk proved that he wrote the note " and saw the defendant,'who was perfect ly sober, sign it, and that the witness attached his hame to it as a witness. Air«Lambton, Solicitor, also proved that on a case which lately came before 'the Police Bench, he heard the defend. ¿nt acknowledge having given the note In question. ^ ^ The plaintiff swore that the value given was cash. The defendant brought ho witnessès forwards but swore positively that he did not believe he had given th...

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HAWKESBURY COURIER. THURSDAY, AUGUST 6, 1846. ARRIVAL OF HIS EXCELLENCY SIR CHARLES FITZ ROY. (FROM THE AUSTRALIAN.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 6 August 1846

«ÄßllRY «iR, . ,, e -,*«y p .? .?tfjtf-^--.. ,."?; "??.,;.;. "-?.?.j ? . . ? THütóróÜr, AUGUST 6¿1846. ÁH^IL Ó? HIS JBXCElJlENCV SIR CHARLIES FITZ ROY. (FBOM THE AUSTRALIAN,) ' OM Sunday morning at day light a sail wat signalized to the southward ; and at nine o'clock Ihe British Ensign was hoisted denoting the ship to be a man * of-war. and at one o'clock the authori ties in town were made aware of its being lier Majesty's ship Carysfort, at whieh time the Union Jack was hoisted over the British Ensign, and Ihe numerical t:flag number one underneath, thus put ting an end to the doubts and anxieties of the citizens as to the character of tte vessel approaching the port. The Rose steamer was the first vessel tWt reached the ship, and shortly after took her in tow. As the ship entered the Heads as viewed from the. Qorriubia% she presented a splendid spectacle*, and t with her yards fully manned, and the South HeadCliffsas a back ground, w^as a beautiful subject for the artist. Al abou...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 6 August 1846

& Windsor Common. N'OT ADE is hereby Given,» ¿hat a Meeting of all persons interested in the above Common, will take place at the Black Horse Inn, Richmond, on Monday, the 10th of August next, at 12 o'clock noon, for the purpose of taking into consideration the present circum- . stances of the said Common, and adopt ing such further proceedings as may be found necessary to obtain the Grant 'thereof, and also fortbe future manage ment of the same ; and as business of importance regarding the interests of the Commoners will be submitted to the Meeting, it is requested that ail persons interested will attend« GEORGE BOWMAN i Trustees. R FITZGERALD, J. P. GEORGE BOVViV WILLIAM COX, Nehmend, July 17. A LVVHÏTE, begs leave respectfully I to re}um his *rafef ^acknowledge me ti ts to the Public generally, for tbs liberal support le bas received from his commeocement io the Drug and Grocery business in Windor, and tp apprise them , that be has retired therefrom in favor of ' Mr. RICH...

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ODE TO TALLOW. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 6 August 1846

done. \ . ' Nour slifpr dismasted lay iij Cockle Bay, *t)àr " seamen stàrrfng walked the silent ^ Commerce neglected pined upon the strand, Her employ here forsook her nerveless t hand. "At once the price of beef became so low ,*No ox of soul to slaughter now would go ; In dudgeon high he sought his leafy den, Disdaining thus to feed the soas of men» The harmless muttons as in days of yore, * Gave wool tor bed and board-but gave no ... more. No shepherd carroird blythely o'er the , ground, But sought his hut-and silence reign*d around. . , The tattered squatters dropt the lantern A nd all wàs mute save auctions, Tulls and 1 law O grant me, muse, in Harpurs «tanzas wild, To sing who there and tien their schedules filed. Nay, geutle muse« I will not give thee paiu, Thou mùèh esche west to slrig of sordid gain.. Bootless it were and profitless to know The AUSTRALIAN'S pages told us long ago. * In short the fell disease iufecied all, Each snip left work, each cobbler left his stall, Thr...

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WINDSOR POLICE. TUESDAY, AUG, 4. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 6 August 1846

WINDSOR POLICE. ----------       TUESDAY, AUG, 4. John Donovan-pleaded guilty to a charge of intoxication, and was requested to favor the court with 10s and 1s costs,   which he declined, preferring to visit Mr   Cotton's dormitory for twelve hours. Catherine Sullivan-was charged with indulging in a similar propensity on the 2nd instant in, Windsor. The frail Kate   allowed that she might have punished a few glasses, in consequence of their sup- posed falling off from a spirituous state;   but on satisfying her, conscience in this particular, she found to her çost that wa- ter and the spirit were separate elements, Her husband promised to pay 10s and 1s costs within a week, rather than suffer her to be imprisoned for eight hours. John Keefe pleaded guilty to a charge of being in blissful ignorance in the Court of Requests on Monday the 3d instant, but he was made wise, by being fined five shil...

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SECRETS IN ALL TRADES. A SKETCH BY POOLE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 6 August 1846

SECRETS IN ALL TRADES. A SKETCH ihr POODLE. - The author meeting a stranger fu. a j country, church-yard, recognised Burley, the late landlord of au inn he used to fre quent hear Cambridge,but now, it appears, retired to enjoy the fruits of bis industy. Falling into a confidential discourse about the way in winch this worthy conducted his business, the anthor receives from him a most luminous and satisfactory account of his wines You cant denylt Burley4 ; your wines of all kinds were detestable-port, Madeira, claret, champaign? íhere now, sit ! tb prove . how much a . gentleman may bèmistaken, I assure you, sir, as Tm an houest man, I never had but two sorts of wine in my ceHar-*-port and sherry Ho"w ! when I myself have tried your claret, your Yes sir-my claret, sir One is obliged to give gentlemen every thing they ask for; gentlemen Who pax their money, sir, have "a Tight to be served with whatever they roar be pleased to order, sir-especially t^poting gentlemen from Cambridge "si...

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HAWKESBURY COURIER. THURSDAY, AUGUST 13, 1846. THE ROAD TO BATHURST!! [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 13 August 1846

TláíBBMY, AUGUST iW 1846. - THE ROAD TO BATHURST ! ! Never since the town of Windsor waj established has it been brought to so lov a condition as it is in at present,-and never was so great a prospect held oui to its inhabitants of making themselvei wealthy and happy, as that now ii contemplation by the best friends o! the district, if they will only seize the opportunity of securing it for themselves in the easiest and cheapest manner pos sible? The proprietors of town pro tv will not alone be gainers, but all those engaged in trade,, and business including Farmers and labourers-will speedily feel a pleasing change in then circumstances soon after the great road to Bathurst is thrown open ï This is the most certain means of accomplishing their salvation from the galling yoke oí penury, and who is there who will not strive to unloose himself and become free and independent ? At present all wool, tallow, hides, wheat, maize, hay; straw, cattle, sheep, .and all other colonial products...

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INTRODUCTION OF RAILWAYS INTO NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 13 August 1846

'INTRODUCTION OF RAILWAYS IN^O NEW SOUTH WAlfès. On Thursday last, at three o'clock, a 'meeting of highly respectable gentleman look place at the robms of Mr Lyons,in Sydney, for the purpose of receiving the Report of the Provisional committee which was appointed at the ¿eneral meeting of the 29th January last, for the purpose of collecting information relative to the introduction of Railways into the colony. The Mayor in the Chair. The Sub-Committe's Report is'very volumi nous, and the portions of it which follow must be read with interest by ourYead ers. The managing committeet(aniongsc whom must be enumerated F W. Un win, Esq¿, oáe of the Solicitors tb «he *Com patty, a gentleman bf greai Colo nial experience and the.utmost probity and urbany,) cannot be charged either with precipitancy in its movements or 'extravagance in'the expenditure of the company's funds 1or the preliminary ex pencas necessary to be occaiidtt^arl y ^incurred, as far as suéh funds%ave been accumulated-and t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 13 August 1846

IMPOUNDED, at Windsor, on the 31st July, 1846, by order of thé Revd. H. T. Styles i-One red Heifer, ho brand legible. If not claimed and released on or before Tuesday, the 25th day of August; instant, it will be sold by me on that day, agreeably to Act of Council. J. METCALF, Poundkeepert

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WINDSOR POLICE. TUESDAY, AUG, 11. Before Robert Fitzgerald, Esq. and J. L. Scarville, Esq. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 13 August 1846

WINDSOR POLICE. I m TUESDAY, AUG, ll. ¡ Before Robert Fitzgerald, Esq. and J. £. Scarville, Esq. ! Mary Allen was charged with being drunk io the police office on Saturday last, but in cousèquence of being confined from that day till the present date (only three nights and four days without a trial) she was at length discharged. , , Margaret Delaney pleaded guilty to ; having taken a few glasses of ale fonïy a I dozen or so), ip the good health of the Tee« total society Discharged I John Greenwood was also charged with being * opstropolbusly* glorious on Monday night under a cart in Bridge street rte was fined 5s, or to sit in the stocks for four hours , ¡ Richard Hunt pleaded guilty to a similar offence in law, and was also fined 5s, or tb sit in the stocks for four hours , Hugh M'Court was fined 5s, or ordered to undergo à similar punishment for asimi lar misdemeanour. . On James Henderson being brought up under à like charge and fined ÍOs, or gd to quod for eight hours, their Wor...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 13 August 1846

'là ? a . Meeting bf tte Commoners 'tflL' of Richmond, Windsor, and Yar ra Munday, held on the 10th day of Au Wet, 1S46, at the <* Black Horse Inn,* Richmond, which Meeting had been convened by Public ^Notice in the SyïF* yiey Morning Herald, and also In the Hawkesbury Couriêr% for the purpose of adopting such measures as would "enable the Trustees to obtain the Deed of Grant of said Common from the Go vernment, who had ¡for some considera* ble time withheld that Document from them,-. %ÍLLIAM COX, ESQ,In the Chaif, Present, William Bowman, Esq, M. C. RobertÍEitzgeraíd, Esq, J P L. D Whittaker. Èsq, I P Revd John Elder Mr. George Bowman - Francis Beddek "- Thomas Tebbutt *"<-Thomas Arndell - William Cox, Jun. - CL S Whittaker - Arthur Dight - Thomas Cadell r- Laban White ,-? Ed wi o Rouse "Dr. Francis seymour Mr, G, M Pitt -- William M Benson -- Edward Powell "*«-? John Ducker ^ - Abraham Cornwall; . - Isaac Cornwell John Cornwall & - Dakiel Eaton - Will...

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PROCLAMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 13 August 1846

PROCLAMATION. J | 'By his Excellency Charles ^igiM tus Fitz Rot Knight, Captaffi General and Governor in ChiefMH the Territory. of New Soulr Wales, aud its Dependencies, and Vice Admiral of the same, &c, &c Whereas her Majesty has been graciously j pleased by Commission nuder the Great Seal of the United Kingdom of Great Bri tain and lrelànd,bearing date the twentieth day of February, one thousand eight hun dred and forty six,to constitute and appoint me, Sir Charles Augustus Fitz Roy, Knight, to be Captain General and Governor in Chief in and over the Territory of New South Wales and its Dependencies: Now ] I, the Captain General and Governor afore said, do hereby proclaim and declare that I have this day taken the prescribed Oaths . before his Honor Alfred Stephen, Esquire, | the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of ¡ ! the said Territory, and that 1 have assumed j the administration of the Government ; ccordingly. i j And 1 do hereby further proclaim and , «cutir...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 13 August 1846

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 ANb GÉNÉRAL "AGENT, and trusts he will receive a portion of their patronage. Bf Éh% A LE SERVANT. TTi^M^O^en %ctive %OMAN« yf^É^^tt Wash/hndmake Herself genei^HP^fuK Liberal wage's will bli given 0k Well-conducted person Axso,-a LAD about thirteen years ©fage* Apply to ^ ÉR. A. aÔ^StON, - ^George street, Windsor. %thïuly. O BE LET, in the Town of Wind ebr, a comfortable I) welling [ouse, situate in George street, con« '¡liing ten good-sized Rooms, detached itclien, stabling, out-hou'ses,S&c. com ley ^ith every convenience, and aslaCpped either for a private residence or a place of business. 1 inmediate pos session can . be gi ven. Kent modérât e* Apply to A.G. PANTON,Esq., Windsor ; or to J . Betts, Esq, Sydney. Windsor, A pril 2Í5 W ODGING8.-Wanted by à single JU Person, of quiet and domesticated habits, where hi...

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