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From the Gazette. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 12 September 1844

: From the Gazette. At at o'clock of Wednesday, tl* 25th day of SeptembeHnst,, tba foltowtog Town and Su burban JLpt* of Land wiljL ba offered for SH|B by PubUè Auction, at tbs Polira Office, Brisbane, Moreton Bay, at the upset price affixed to each .lotrespectively, on the terms and conditions, and under the provisions of the above recited Act. ( Deposit ÏU par cent.) TOWN LOIS. Upset price ¿£¿2 lOs. per allotment, I North, Brisbane, .36 perches, allotment No 1 of section ll. t North Brisbane, 36 perches, allotment Nv 20 of section, 11. S South Brisbane, 36 perches, allotment No 1 of section 1. ' 4 South Brisbane, 36 perches, allotment No. 4 of section 1. 5 South Brisbane, 36 perches, allotment No 7 of 8ec*ion' 1. 6 South Bisbane, 36 perches, allotment No 13 of section^,, 7 South Brisbane, 36 perches, allotment No 14 ' of section 4. 8 South .Brisbane, 36 perches, allotment No 16 of section 4.[[ A ?.^ , - ? ? * ; ? 9 South Brisbane, 36 p-rcbes, allotment No 16 of section 4. SUBURBAN...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 12 September 1844

. I HAS Tflfi HONOR TO ATt%UN,ÇJI, ; BY P Ú BL TC !AftiC VlON, OAT SATURDAY y¿ N£XTt ' ~ wansnsffiw., j AT . MR,. BLANCHARDS, «' W HI TE H A,R T INN,' Windsor, AT ONS O'CLOCK PJtEClSBLY SEVERAL DRAYS. ?» , O KI S U PE KI O E ENTIRE HORSE, BESIDES 8EVERAL OTHER' Horses and Mares, ,<? ANO HORNED CA f'TZip:'"'*'" AFTER WHICH, WILL ALSO SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION, One Valuable Allotment . ? ' ¡ ? OF '' SITUATE IN THE . T ® w m § M 0 P - OF CONTAINING Mote or Lett; i tíRMS At TIMÉ Ol' SALEl TO BE SOLD' B Y PUB LIC AU CT IO N, BY MR. JAMES «Lil, AT MR. BLANCHARD'S, .« WHITE HAR T I NN," ON SATURDAY, THE Hru INSTANT " ' PRECISELY AT 12 o'cLOCS, . \ SEVERAL VALUABLE < na |j iß SJ M SÍ» Broken to Saddle and Harness, POSSE861NG BLOOD, BONE. AND SYMMETRY, Being thé requisite quoit fieati ms for*a good j AND SERVICEABLE H ac kn ey. ALSO, A very superior draught POSSESSING GREAT BONE & MUSCULAR POWER. This animal requires only to be meen, TO BC ADMIRED. IMMEDIATELY AFTE...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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Agriculture. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 12 September 1844

Agriculture. A s s&extension ¿»f Hie JfioRof iigrioulture and general husbandry mast materially tend to tue augmentation pf the positive wealth of every Country, andfobre particularly of one possessing, as this Colony does, such a mag nificent extent of Territory, and a Clima-e so favorable to general pj|ÍÉdipn in its several latitudes,-we are lésHHfaire W hy such invaluable capabiliúesrare suffered lo lie neglected ? Why the boundless acres of rich productive Land are allowed to remain in -worthless, and we would add, culpable inactivity, whilst so much labour is not only available,'but is actually a burden on the Colony, ' for want ofthat legitimate sup port which might be so beaeficially afforded ? ?Wby dp we see such vast tracts of Land in a waste state, of no real use even to thé pös-' sessor, exceptio add to his supposed im portance, by enabling him to state-" I, am the holder of so many sections in .bis dis trict, and so many acres in the other" ? why, wc ask, are the...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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New Zealand. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 12 September 1844

New Zealand. COTE nNoR EHZHOT opened the Legielitive Coun cil with e long and able Address, ia which be de plored the absolute necessity of establishing a system of direct taxation, that indirectly levied, being unequal to maintain even tba very moderate Civil Establishment of that «'«ring colr-ny. The extracta «Inch follow are from the Governor's Address :- , " It will be adviseable to commence our duties by revising the Huies of Council, in order to p o* mote reculai itv. order, and the dispatch of our proceedings, while we carefully preserve freedom of discussion. " These rules having been agreed upon; and deliberately.confirmed, 1 shall propose io lay before you a Bill for authorising the issue of Debentures to the amount of sot more than .¿'15,00 and for miking suph debentures a legal tender. " This measure I am induced to' propose in order to save the Colony ' from the extreme Mis treat, if not utter ruin winch must inevitably follow such a trant of any circulai inc mediumas b...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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[?] [?] C[?] AND CREDIT. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 12 September 1844

The ifllis d«r^Ti««l^?n1^ *1 mod honest hearts were aching. When near the Bench njy fancy spied f, A, <W*Ji tai ti|h t'asjy stipe,' J . i i ! Beneath grief's burthen stooping. Her name «as Credit i and she said Her father Trade, was lately dead,, Her mother Commerce drooping. The smile that she was wont to wear Was withered by the .hj^yof caro Her eyes had lost ^tl^^^lre ; Her character was gone^ine «aid, - For she had basely been betrayed, Abd nobody would trust her. For honest Industry bad tried To gain fur Credit for MB bride. And found the damsel willing. But ah! a fortune-hunter came, And Speculation was hjs uaipe, ' A rake not worth a shilling. The villain came on mischief bent, Soon gained dad aud main's consent, A nd then poor Credit smarted ; He filched her fortune and her faene. And fixed a blot upon her name, Abd left her broken-heat ted. While this poor creature seem'd to sigh. Her con&n Confidence came by ; Methinks he must be clever, For when he whis...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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SAYINGS AND DOINGS OF THE Legislative Council. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 3. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 12 September 1844

SAYINGS AMD DOINGS OF THE. Legislative Council. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 3. There being only nine members present, at twenty five minutes before four o'clock, the Council adjourned till the following day. ¡ WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 4. The SPEAKER read two messages from the Governor, proposing certain amendments in the Medical Witnesses Bill, eödthe Haw kers and Pedlars Bill. Also two other mes sages from his Excellency, in reply to ad dresses from the Council, the one relating to the* defalcation pf the late Hegistrar of the Supreme Court $ the other to the Ju dicial estimates. * The SPEAKER notified to the Council his Excellency's assent to the Supplementary Appropriation Bill . r t*. A letter from the Colonial Secretary to the Speaker was also read, trapsmitting co Eies oflettérsfrom SirT.L Mitchell and Mr. owe¿ to his Excelieuc.Vjon their resignation of the.aeats lhey held in ihe Cbnncih' r Oa the motion of Major Wentworth, the petition presented by him from the district of Maitland, relative ...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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Sydney Shipping News. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 12 September 1844

Sydney Shipping News. ARRIVED. ' SEPP. 6.-The cutter Ranger, 46 tous; Rogers, toaster, from tbe Bay of leland««, the 19th July, via Newcastle, with gum, &c. SEPT. 6 -The schooner Sultana. 120 tons, Scott, roaster, from Tahiti, the 29th July, Raratonga, the 4th, and the Navigators' Inlands, the 19th August, with cocoanut oil, &c, SEPT. 7.-The schooner Maffia and Elizabeth,9l tons, Devlin, master,from Port Phillip, the 29th ult, with wheat, bark, po tatoes, &c- - SEPT. 7 -The schooner Wanderer, 131 tons, Burns, master, from Launceston, the 30th ult, with wheat, flour, potatoes, &c. SEPT 9-The steamer Shamrock, 200 tons, Gilmore, mastèr, from Port Phillip the 31st August, Lauuceston the 5th, and Two* fold Bay the 8th instant, with sheep, oil, and sundries. SEPT. 9.-The steamer Sovereign, 119 tons. Cape, master, from Moreton Bay the 5th instaut, with tallow, hides, &c. SEPT 9-The schooner Falcon, 49 tons, Chape, roaster, from Honolulu, Sandwich Is...

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Irish State Trials. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 12 September 1844

Irish State Trials. DÜBLIN, TUESDAY EVENING -You are already aware that the Judges have post Çoned their decision as to the right of the 'raversers to reply to the new points intro duced in the speech of the Attorney Gene ral, and also as to the motion for 8 new trial. The following are the exact terms in which the notification was made by the Lord Chief Justice : **Mr. Attorney General, I am very sorry to tell you that the Court do not find they can.give judgment upon the motiou in the case of the Queen v. O'Connell and others, this term»** The parties on both sides, BS well as the Crown lawyers and those engaged for the traversers, seemed astonished at this an nouncement. Each of them speculated upon a very different result. It appears the 41 conspirators " were determined to have some further speechification upon the sub ject, for a notice was served by their agents last, night, upon the Crown Solicitors, ap prising them that their counsel would, to morrow, move the Court to have...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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Legislative Council. PROGRESS OF THE SESSION. (From "The Australian Daily Journal.") [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 12 September 1844

Legislative Council. PROGRESS OF THE SESSION. fjPrtm * The Australian Daily Journal.") Tunee «oaths of Che Session bare passed and those «rho looked for great improve meat by sid of «rise legislation, begin to asl whether the Council bare resolved to di anything or nothing. The Sewioo^hàVthÙ! far been barren of benefit, and the pfospec offers only a few warm discussions withoui expectation of immediate practical results and the pompous programme which was dis played ia May last has ended hitherto ir little or nothing but an unacceptable varia tion of the Comedy of Errors. Where are all the usual measures which the Colonist! were promised? What has become bf thc long list of Grievances which aie pressing so urgently fur redress! lo Select Com mittee, is the unsatisfactory . reply ; and there they will remain, contingentant looa list of chances end delays, from1 which it is unlikely that one will emerge safely this Session into the Statute Book. It has been cited, as a singular fact, ...

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

Exports-Leather. WK have often wondered why, as a general system, the practice of salting hides for ex portation lins been so long carried on ; and we are further at a loss to conceive why it ÍB still persevered in. The process must be to a certain extent injurious, by imparting »o the hides a quality by no nieaus essential to its being converted into leather, or beneficial thereto when so manufactured ; as thal article must be more valuable, if made from what is termed the green hide, without having ,been submitted to the somewhat deleterious, and at the same time, unnecessary operation of salting. lld it pét, Ibepbíe,' ian, having the means! imraaad, to inanufactti j th<^|dMtn^y||9iert before we export tl \ io$pam sljfci^them, as at present. Th| weshoMd Have*a truly valuable and coo ¡ venient export ; in which light, the salted hide can scarcely be vewed. The mimosa, independently ;.i|s gum-we bel lieve the Gum Arabic This tree ismet-^th>in-abundance in every ¡ part ...

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Maitland. (From the Maitland Mercury, August 31.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 12 September 1844

(tfrfa, the Maitland Mercury, Afigmi 31J MAITLAND REGATTA.--We are glad to find thtit the idfA bf holding á te#t*a on the Hooter at Maitland shortly, nieefs with v«ry général attention abd favor, lt I« the; intention of.those who are interesting thetn st-lves in the matter to hold a preliminary me tingal the Northumberland Hotel^ tocou .idé'^Hikë^pt^jr^ sha; 1 be glad to hear thWall who take an ; inte rest in reffattas, either for the .sake of the manly and bracing sport itself, or-wtth a view-to the more extensive use of jboats on our beautiful river, have attended . on thia occasion, to help in estábliéhlngaúecessfúlly the Maitlandilegatta. ??.'???%>.<-;>.; JUDGES' CIRCUITS,-On account of the continued indisposition of the Chief Justice; which prevents Ms Honor from taking part tn the approaching ciicuit duties, they will be taken by the othet Judges as follow Berrina^ Mr. Justice Stephen, on Monday, the 2nd September., Maitland,- Mr Justice a Beckett, on Wednesda...

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

"HAWKESBURY COW AND General Printing Office LETTËR-PRESS PRINTING of ' every, description performed with ueatness and dispatch, at moderate prices. August 8, 1844. IN returning his best thanks to his Friends and the Public for the pa tronage which he has received during a residence of three years amongst them as a And Harness Maker,' begs to observe, that he has a large eupp'y of every necessary material for executing all Orders with which he might bo favored, on the shortest notice, and at the most reduced rates. Good Bush Saddles.¿S 10 each. Ditto ditto Bridles. 0 8s ditto. Best Cart Collara...... «... 0 5». ditto. SiifiEMJKEBS are constantly «m|>h>yed on tbe Premises; and as ibe Âdrettisar manufactures bis j own LL A TH ER in the" best manner, he can DISPOSE OF SHOES At extremely low Prices. Kangaroo Skins, CALF SKINS, AND ALL SORTS OF LEATHER IN ANY QUANTITY. George street, Windsor, 28th August. Stationery. o ©SS £A&S *T THE OFFICE OF THIS ix Paper, STATIONERY, CON...

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

trö Cattle intended to be slaughtered, for^the Police District of Piçton. ïii», ^xc^lencyJtheiQojrernor has been pleased to appoint Mr John Ryan, Chief Distilleries. QUARTER SESSIONS, PARRAMATTA.- Notice is hereby given, that a Court of General Quarter Sessions of "the Peace, in and for the Colony of New South Wales, will be holden at the Court-House, -Parramatta, on Tuesday, the 1st day of October next, When and where all persons under recognizances to appear as pro8eCütors,witöe8ses,ot defend ants, or who have appeals to interpose, or other business to transact, are desired to give their attendance at ten o'clock, in .the. forenoon. Statement of the various descriptions of Grain held by Government bu the 1st Sept. 1844 Wheat, 39,014 bushels ; maize, 6640 bushels. List pf unclaimed Letters lying at the Post Office, Sydney,tor ibe Hawkesbury District s Henry Dargan, Windsor; Mrs. Dunsdon. Rich moud'. Charles Fleming, Richmond Road; air. A. L Frost, Windsor ; Mr. J. tireen,Kurrajong ...

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OCCUPATION LICENSES. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 19 September 1844

OCCUPAI ION LICBNSBB. At tbe Police Office, Bathurst, on Thursday, the l7(h October next, at 11 o'clock. Further information respecting the Land may be obtained from tbe Surveyor General ; and res* peeling the conditions from the Colonial Trea* suter, and at tba Police Office of the District. The upset price of each Lot is £5 per section uf 640 acres. 1 Bathurst, 640 acres,' parish unnamed, neat Bruinan. 1 Bathurst, 640 acres, parish of Grantham. 3 Roxburgh, 700 acres, parish unnamed, neat Capertee. 4 Roxburgh, 640 acres, parish of Falnash. 5 Westmoreland, 1,000 acres, parish uunamed, nearS« ashfield* 6 Westmorland, 950 acres, parish of Kendall. 7 Georgiana. 640 acres, parish unnamed, at Dunn's Plaina* By fais Excellency'* commend, E. LUAS THOMSON.

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Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, 13th Sept., 1844. OCCUPATION LICENSES. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 19 September 1844

Colonial Seereury'e Office, Sydney, 13tb Sept., 1844. OOCITATION IICEN6KS. i At claren o'clock of Thursday, the 17th October nf xt, trill ba put np to Auction, at the Police Office, Hartley, the Licenses to occupy, under the Keguts'ious of Slat August, 1841, the fol lowing portions of Land, for one year, front the lat Nor., 1844. Further information respit ing the Land may ba obtained from the Sur veyor General ; aad respecting the conditions from the Colonial Treasurer, and at the Police Office of the District. The upset price of each Lot is £5 per section of 64 acres. 1 Georgiana, 640 acres, parish unnamed, near Bummaroo, Abercrombie Hiver 2 Westmoreland. 64J acree, parish unnamed,near Lowther Park, at the bead of Antonio'a Creek. 3 Westmoreland, 64t)aorea, parish unnamad,near Mount Blaxland, 4 Westmoreland, 640 acres, parish unnamed, at Bindo Flat, near the bead of Long Swamp. 5 Westmoreland, 95l) acres, parisli unname l, at Junction Flat. By bis Excellency's command, £, DBAS THO...

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OCCUPATION LICENSES. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 19 September 1844

OCCUPAI IO V MCENSF8. 1 ^At the Police Uâice, Port Macquarie, on Thurs« j day, the 17th October next, at ll o'clock. Further information respecting the Land may ! be obtained from the Surveyor-General ; and} respecting tbe conditions, from the Colonial Trea surer, and at the Police Office of the District. The upset price of each Lot is £b per section of 640 acras. 1 Macquarie. 1,050 acres, parish unnamed, on the Lansdown Uiver. Î Macquarie, 1, 00 acres, parish unnamed, on tba Lansdown River.

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Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, 13th Sept., 1844. OCCUPATION LICENSES. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 19 September 1844

Colonial Secretary'* Office, Sydney, lStb Sept., 1844. OCCUPATION LICENSES. At tb« Police Office, Goulburn, on Thursday, tbe 17th October next, at ll o'clock. Further information respecting the Land may be obtain -d from tba Surveyor General ; «n<l!res pecting the conditions, from the Colonial Ires surer, and at the Ho ice Office of tbe District. Tba upset price of each Lot is ¿£5 per section of 64 > acres. 1 Georgiana. 640 acres, parish unnamed, at li"d Ground. 2 Georgiana, 6*1 acres, parish unnamed, at the, lied Ground. 3 Argyle, I,«1)0 acres, parish unnamed, near] Pejar Gully. ; 4 Argyle. 640 aeres, pariah unnamed, near the bead of Terata Creek, By lus Excellency's command, , j E. DEAS THOMSON.

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BANK OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 19 September 1844

BANK OF EN ULANO* Quarterly Average of tue Weekly Liabilities and Assets of the Hank of England, from the 24th day of Feb., 1844, to the i«fb day of Muy» 1844, both inclusive, published pursuant to tba Act S and 4 William 1V., c. 68 £ ? LIABILITIES. Circulation, 21,393,001» Deposits ...S,34o.o00 £ ASSETS. Securities. .'21,786,000 Bullion.... 16,010,000 £34,738,000 I £37,796,cO0 ll, Downing-street, May Î4,1844.

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District Council. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 19 September 1844

District Council* THU be'ng the day for tba ' Spèciri adjourned Meeting" of our District Council, a word or two on the subject may not be .inappropriate. Tba im« atedíate subject for conaideration^ ia the letter fipm Mr. Norton, So ioitor, thraarenihg the War* den!wkli an action, in castftb^eluini orMr'Swan, one of tba assessors, bê not immediately liq ul» dated. This is a moat important matter to be da* aided ; and on it binges the claims of tba other officers appointed by the Uta Council, for com* pensation. It is most important that soma fair j and impartial arrangement should be effected, " The labourer is wortbv of his faire" j and it is to be boped no narrow minded prejudices, nor pre* conceived opinions pf preference in those appoint« ments, will operate now in the minda of honorable members ; but that tbev will calmly and con siderately weigh the claim now urged for their adjustment. The great points for discussion, which involve much ambiguity, are these :-Was the late Coun...

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