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WINDSOR POLICE. TUESDAY, SEPT. 14. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 17 September 1846

WINDSOR POLICE. TUE6PAY, SEPT. Í4 John Griffiths and Joseph Laiton were charge" *itb assaulc, and using offensive and obscene laugvage to Eliza Watt. Griffiths was discharged, hilt Laiton was seo* tenced to pay a fina of £l and costa , their Wor ships having given him a fortnight within which to pay it, inconsequence of the proroca7ion which he received from W att. John Aldereon, a Tanner, residíug in Mac q uar ie street, "appeared to answer a charge of ' having purchased a green birje, from which the brand had been cut out. The information set forth, that the défendant, William Alderson, did, after the 31 st August, f834 and within one year from the "exhibition ¿f this information, namely, on the Öth of September, I8M6, purchase a green hide from which the iranda had been cut, and otherwise defaced, contrary to tile Act of thé '6th of William] the IPourtb.^auss ten, íbrré gulaing the slaughtering of cattle, thereby for feiting the sum <>1 ¿IO and the costs of the pr**...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 17 September 1846

FtrSLtC MEET! WE, the Undersigned, hereby call a Publictleeimg on SATUR DAY néit, the Î9th day of September, in stant, of the lnhabi#jnts of Windsor, Rich - mond, WilberforcefPitt Town,and the sur* rounding neighbourhoods, to take irita consideration the distress dur "fellow sub jects ire labouring under in Ireland froui the failure of the Potatbe Crop, and td adopt measures fdr atfording'theni relief, The MEETING to be held at Cöfifey*» HotëL Wiadsôf , at THREE O'Clock. H. iFiTZGEr?ALbti. p. J L. 'CARVILLE, J. P. W. F. STEWART, IT, P. ÔAWKKSBUftY TURF CLUB. MOTICE ¡5 hereby given that a Pub* lie Meeting will be held on MON DAY next, the 31st day pf September Inst, ! at Mr HiggersoVs, the Bird In Hand, ou j the Richmond Road,for thepurpöse of for rn: log a Hawkesbury Turf Club, when all interested in such Meeting are requested to attend. Windsor ANDREW BADGEÄY: S*pt.3l4thl846. JOHN BARKER. , WM. THO\ BAYÜS G M FÍTT RfGHARDSaERiFf £3 REWARD. STOLEN from th* Wiifdsor Mill about a fort...

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BERRIMA CIRCUIT COURT. SEPTEMBER 7. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 17 September 1846

feERRIMÂ. jyiKCÜIT COURT. SEPTEMBER 7. Before líís Honor Mr. Justice Dickin son. John Re n sh aw was indicted for having at Breadalbane, ont the 20th of Apri ^**ir'-mnr4ierttà^ùè James Foran, by stabbing him with a knife, thereby in flicting a wound of which the said James Foran instantly died, The prisoner who pjeaded not guilty, twas defended by Mr, Piirefoy. From the evidence of à constable who resided near the place where the mur der was alleged to have been committed it appeared that the prisoner's wife had gone away with the deceased, taking with them the woman's clothing, and some papers of the prisoner's which he desired to recover. The prisoner applied for a warrant to apprehend these parties, but was told by the clerk of the petty sessions that he could not obtain a war rant under such circumstances Upon being told this, the prisoner said that if he could hot get justice he would " take the law into his own hands"-adding, that he would *' follow and settle them both," or w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 17 September 1846

^lATALOöUE of the Windsor %\ \j brary-M act^u arie-stree t> Charles Ö'Mailly, by Lever ; Harry Lpr requer, ditto ; Arthur O'Leary,-do,.; O'Do nohoe, do ; Tales of the Crusades, 4 vol. by Sir Walter Scott ; Pirale,^ vol do'> Peveral of the Peak/3 vol do ; Fortunes of $igel, 3 v vol do ; Fair Maid of.Perth, 2 vol do ; Guy Mannering, 2 vol do ; Kenilworth, ä vol do : Old Mortality; ^ vol do 4, Heart of Mid lothian, 2 vol do ; Quinten Derward;2 vol do ; plack Dwarf 1 vol do"; Waverly, 3 vol do » Woodstock, 2 vol do ; Ivanhoe, 2 vol do ; Legends of Montrose. I vol dp' ; St Howats Well,2vol do ; Antiquary, 2 ro) do ; Rob Roy, 2 vol do ; tied Gauntlet, Í vol oV; Monastery . 2 vol do ; Abbot, ty<yo\ do; Count * obert of Paris, 1 vol do ; .Castle 'Dangerous, 3 v¿l do ;¿ Singer"« Daughter, 3 vol do ; Headsman, i vol bj Cooper ; Borderers or.^ept on Wishton, \ vol do ; Lionel Lincolen, I vor do ;.£ardi nal Poles,! vol ; Country Curate« £ vol ! Magazines 1789» 2 vols ; do Sport...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 17 September 1846

JÉT^N Mönday, the 7th September, a *¡Xy Public Meeting of the inhabitants **©f Windsor, Richmond, Wtlberforce,and of the Districts of the Hawkesbury ge nerally was convened ty public adver tisement, at Coffey's Hotel, Windsor, ^for the purpose .« of choosing Officers 'for the abo ve-mentioned Association, and 1 fixing the time and place bf holdrngnhe * nexr Shdw Meeting, J« L Scarville, Esq, J P, in the Chair, The-followhig Resolutions were una nimously adopted ' I ^(1) Moved by Mr. James Hale and seconded by Mr¿ J.'X Vickery. I "That, taking into consideration the ac* knowledged advantage which the dis* frict derives from the operations of th* Hawkesbury Agricultural Association and vie wing the success which attended * th© maiden Ploughing Matèh and Show * of Stock and Agricultural produce, at Clareudon, in September last year, this Meeting determines to continue the office of the Association, pod agrees; 'that the next Ploughing Match and ; Show do take place on the Fourth of rf ...

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WA[?] A LITTLE LONGER. [From Dicken's London News.] [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 17 September 1846

* %Wm JMe&n's London Nows.] %hére^a^obd time coming, boys, ; A good time cQming ; . We màyliot liye.to>ee the day, *Bnt «aria lahalïglisten in the ray On£e good time coming ' Canoon balls jnay>idithe truth, But ttithfehft a weapon stronger s We'll win Öhr battle by its aid>* W|it a little lôngèt. ^kereVa ¿odd time coming, boys, ï A good time coming ; f The pen shall supersede the sword* And right, riot might,>ball be the lord, v" In the good time coming. Worth, not birth,shall rule mankind, ,r And be acknowledged stronger j The proper impulse has been givertT;-^ Waitfa little longer. There's a good time coming, boys, v A good time coming ; War in all men's eyes shall be A monster of inîqnity, " *ln the good time coming. Kations shall not quarrel then, r TVpWwhich is the stronger ; Nor slaughter men for glory's sake; Wait a little Tonger , .«.... , -.*.", .;. v ....... ThereVa good time cbïning, boys, A good time coming ; Hateful rivalries of creed ., t. Shall not...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 17 September 1846

BIRTH—On Sunday, the 6th instant, at her residence, George Street, Windsor, MRS. RICHARD RIDGE, of a Daughter.

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HAWKESBURY COURIER. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1846 HAWKESBURY AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 24 September 1846

CIATION* ,( fhelÜrst Meeting of the COMMITTEE of the Hawkesbury Agricultura! Association Va'*'field r on Saturday last,-at Mr.'Blanchard's, ** l^aribn Hall" floteí. the Hon. Mr Bowmatllp .tbe * Chair, when it was deemed advisable to.;à1tè' the time fixed on previously for hold ina tba next j £how Meeting of the Association on the 4th March,to Thursday/the 18th day of February next, tbe alteration bein? deemed necessary in j * consequence of tbe Show Meeting of the West Cumberland Agricultural Association having bee* fixed for the THIRD March next. This is a very desirable alteration, and one to which no " objection can be made We are pleased at the 1 kindly feeling which it inanifests towards the gentry and j people of Penrith, w¥o, most pro bably when it becomes generally known, will form the resolution of attending our ^bow Meet irfg in return for th? courtesy displayed by tbs Committee. The names of Thomas Cadell and ' John Single, Esqrs., were then added to the Committee, and th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 24 September 1846

HAW&ESBURt AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATION. ïTû M BETING of the Cottiràtftée ?JLM» of the. above Association, held at Mr Blanchard's, " Baraba Hall*' Hotel. Windsor, ?a Saturday, the I9tb day of September, 1846, Wm. Bowman, Esq., M. C. in the chair, the Allowing reSolution tras carried unanimously ; It appearing that the day fixed for holding the nest Show Meeting of the Association, will fall oa the day following that appointed for the «ext Show Meeting of the West Cum berland Agricultural Association ; and mor dor that it should appear that the above Asso ciation did not-wish to interfere wtth tha in terests or welfare of the said West Cumber land Association at Penrith,by the meetings .f the two being held ito closely together, it is resolved that the next Show Meeting of 'the Hawkesbury Agricultural Association he held en Thursday, the l8:h diy of Februarynext, instead of the 4th of March next, as previous ly advaitiáéd." F. BEDDEK, Hon. Sec ñ A # K ES BURY R EG ATTA. TO TAKE P...

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LATE ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 24 September 1846

LATE ENGLISH NI^VYS.. Ker Majesty and the Royal family were well. Her Majesty was expected to be confined on the 20th of May. . , , . i Th|/Duke of .Wellington completed,, his Vim year on the 1st May His Grace; takes the shower tyàth daily, winter aa, weil as summer, and is in the best health His memory has suffered a little The 10th Hussars had; embarked for tndia The order was sudden In consequence of ill treatment (rom ner husband, a young woman, the wife, of à painter, left her home with her three child rep, t for Battersea . bridge, w lici e,A soon after she arrived, she took the chil dren in her arms o;te after the other, and threw them over the balustrade, and was in the* act pf clim bing ïo do the same by herself,when she.wascaught hold of by a passenger, One of lite children was rescued and recovered. The emigrants this year from? Sligo' are more numerous than in former years, and consist chiefly of small farmers of substance, of all classes poor Ireland can; least a fiord ...

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SECOND DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 24 September 1846

SECOND DAY. lt was generally reported tliat Lady Mary would visit the course, but like a prudent housewife she preferred the comforts of *« At Home" to braving the elements " Abroad." The true turfites, however, were nothing daunted, and by noon a fair muster was on the Course. The first race was for the Ladies' Purse of 40 sovs. sweepstakes àddedr-à Flat race-and it was soon evident that the fíats** who believed Old J orrock s was ' done tip,' were lamentably out of their reckoning-as was shown by ttite result, Mr Badgery's b. g. Jorrocks 3 I I M r. Down Ybr. f Lady Theresa I 3 2 Mr. rf. Chamber's chg Eme rald 2 2 3 The second race was also a flat race r-the Hack stakes, of 2 sovs caeh, wittí Í0 so vs added, was taken as follows : Mr. ChamWs* Rebin Hood.... ll Mr C Roberts ch g. Jim-aiong Josey .. ... 2 2 Hr Berry's g m Fairy Queen .. dis. The third race was also a ¿at' race for the beaten Stakes oí 3 sovs each with 30 SOYS addid, arid was taken as follows: Mr Changes Tally Ho 2 1 ...

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FIVE DOCK RACES. [From the Australian.] [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 24 September 1846

FIVE DOCK RACES. [From the Australian-] THE first day's sport of these annual races at Five Dock came off on Thurs day last. The weather was remarkably fine y and the course in capital order. A iittie before one o'clock his Ex cellency Sir Charles Fitz Iloy, accota, panted by the Colonial $ecretary> and Several gentlemen, arrived on the course ; at the entrance gate of which he wás re ceived with a hearty demonstration of welcome by the assembled lovers of the Turf. His Excellency then made a survey of thé ground, and having re turned tq the, sYartm£ post; llie bell was bounded to prepare for the FIRST RACE, ferrite Harkaway Stakes pf £5 each, with ÎOQi sovs, added, for all horses carrying Homebush Welter Weights, three miles, with stiff leaps. The owner of the second horse to receive ¿0 sovs provided not less than three Wses started s Mr. King's r* g. Wallaby, ridden by Mr. J. WatC. 1 " jVir; King's c. g\ Sam Slick,t xuaen , by Mr.&orrick,. .. %.. % Mr. Brown's b.g. Brit...

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DISTRESS IN IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 24 September 1846

TftpTlÍESS IN IRELAND. AT three o'clock on Saturday last, a Meeting was j held at Coffey's He tel " for devising measures i * for affording relief to the 'Irish poor, in. cbnse- | " quence of the failure of tbepotatoe crop/* Robt Fitzgerald, E"q. in the Chair. Several Résolu, tions weret adopted, the first of which w as des» ' criptiye of the misery and want entail on the ' poor, in conséquence of the want bf food- d s. ease and death following in their train. >' Thos. Tebbutt, Esq. was appointed to receive sub scriptions and forward them to the Committee in Sydney« A Subscription List was then opened,' when the sum of £10 6s, was paid down. This sum, in addition to about £50 received at the ' Catholic Chapel, in Windsor, end £n collected 'hythe JW, Mr.Kenney at the McDonald Rivet ^Lower Hawkesbury, amount to about £68 in al). We have no doubt but this Sam will be con * sideiably increased through the active exertions of the benevolent gentleman, who has underta ken to receive fu...

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MORETON BAY. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 24 September 1846

MORETON 13AY. ! WE beg leave to acknowledge the receipt of a 'arge file of â nèately printed and very interes ting journal-Tbè MORETON BAY COURIER. From the number for the 5th and 12th inst. , we extract the following paragraphs ; ? The necessity of a Bank to give security and facility to our commercial transactions-the be nefits that would result from its establiaknaeat j^mroki^ : 0«r remarks exritfd general attention* »od Their justice was everywhere felt and-ac knowledged. " We wane a Bank 11 iodeedt . riucttiatin*> currency, embarrassed and cum brous interchange, tíie necessity for occasionally resoYfirig t* the clumsy operation of barter, re strièfed credit whicm, engendering distrust, o?te4 make» the man of wealth to suffer with the man of straw,an.i viceversa, pi'Ölucrag uncertainty, allows * the utsubstautial speculator to occupy the position, fora time, of i be man of means our whote trade, in short, hound as wfth bonds of steel within íhe u¡»rrow limit tb .which the wan...

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THE CHARACTER OF OLIVER CROM. WELL. (From Historical Sketches.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 24 September 1846

m|f«re twmi|es that to a marvelous dejgree bring people under subjection moral and Corporeal fear. The most disso** lute ar^ueld in restraint by the influence of moral iworthf, ^jnd there are few who would. fgage }n Quarrel If they Were certain atltefêatW death would be the conse cuente», Cromwell obtained, and, we may * add,maintained Jhis ascendancy over tbe peopleof England, by his earnest and. con tinually directed efforts towards these two important ends. His court was a rare exm ample of irreproachable conduct, {rom which all debauchery and immorality were banished ; while such was his deep and in: límate, though mysterious acquaintance with every occurrence throughout the corn? mon weal th, its subjects had the certainty of knowing that, sooner or later, whatever crimes they committed would of a surety reach the ear of the protector. His natural abilities must .always have been of the highest prder» though in the early part of his career jae discovered" none of these ex traor...

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 1 October 1846

LEGISLATIVE CQUípiL . j \ On Thursday, Mr* Lowe moved the fol i lowing resolutions % (1) That the raising the minimum pricj|$f land, first to i2s., and afterwards to £i per acre, has rendered waste lanM un sa!ea|le. i ' . . < ? K' 9 ^i^'f (2) That whi)«j this price is maintained, the Squattfl% question can never t settled on a just and satisfactory oléis, 1 (3) That the minimum price-of la^ OHgal \ to be reduced to a sum not excefÈingits t. . ? Talue. * .. - ' : - . (4) I'hat a» address be presented ta, Iiis Excellency the Governor, containing these, -resolutions, and requesting- îi|m *? to take them into favorable consideration 'He said 'that .he had< been censuredÄr 'bringing" forward the motion this,S<íss|tn, * hut his Excellency SirrCharles Fitzroy lad invited such a step in his opening speech ; ¿and it was. better the - Council should pro: .mounce an opinion at once, than leave his ^Excellency to form an -opinion of his own #ütst, and ithen to p...

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THE HAWKESBURY REGATTA. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 1 October 1846

THE HAWKESBURY Ir^lÉtÂ. IT will be seen by an advertisement in another coiumrit that at a meeting of several respectable inhabitants of Wind sor, held at Coffey's Hbtel on Tuesday evening last» if^was resolved that a Re gatta should take place on Che Hawkes bury Uiver the 26th December next« It affords us satisfaction to see any thinj| set on foot which has a tendency tov enliven the spirits of the public, for ap «« All work and no play" is thought to " make Jack a dull boy,'' we can apply this adage to our own case as well as tb ; that of op neighbours. I As a well managed Regatta is capable of affording great amusement, we re commend the Committee to cause Rules to he drawn up,-embodying ^ most essential amongst others-a rj%|j§tion for the appointment of a illutié^K^n~ tleman as Judge; ?ndgthat ttoppriate i ¡boats should^ijâlpiwp'. warp, each be ing bela^^^^Â^njÉ^he nat 8höhWy<^^«^ira'. further» that two boats at léil^hould stfrt for each prize br there should be no rac...

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HAWKESBURY COURIER. THURSDAY, OCTOEBR 1, 1846. THE NEW ROAD TO BATHURST. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 1 October 1846

;/ . . * -M ~ ""Wi . J'S* THRÈI inonths^ave now dearly passed ,away siáce tbe^elimináry meeting was *beîd||^inâôoWbr the purpose of con - sidering the expediency of making a ' road through Mount Tomah to Brown's Mill At that meeting it was estimated ïhatthe sum of £1,500 would be ^ re 4 quired for completing this highly im portant work, but up to the present pe riod not much above one-third ofthat amount has been. subscribed,with a pros ' peet that very Utile more can be obtained ' in this manner, for the purpose. The scheme of making a passable road for carriages and drays from hence to Brown's Mill is ^neither novel nor new : the subj ec r has been in con templation for several years ; conse quently, it is not necessary for us to en ter into a discussion on the subject, for the purpose of convincing the public of the advantages wnph this extensive dis trict will derive from its completion ; ^they are thbroughily understood,and the "plan is universally approved bf. One method for r...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 1 October 1846

Notice. WS% A. G. PANTON, of the Firm of BETTS AWD PANTON, of Windsor*, Me||hantB, hereby requests all parties in definito the said Firm, to pay the amount of t|¡§Ír respective Accounts to FRANCIE BEDDFK, ESQ« Solicitor, whose receipt will be sufficient -Dated, 30th day of Septem ber, 18llf Hawkesbury Regattas T a preliminary. Meeting held at IVj^. Coffey's Öotel, on Tuesday E^Ving, the 29th Spptember, 1846 for the purpose of making arrangements for bring« lng about another Regatta on the Hawkes bury Rifer,-lt was resolved, 1 That the following Gentlemen be ap pointed a Committee-with power to add to their number-to collect Subscriptions, and to make all the necessary arrange ments on ilhalf the Hawkesbury Regatta, to be held on Saturday, the ^6th j^em Messrs. E Burke R Hassall . ........ W m. Bell, (Secretary] A. G^ntojH (Tre|s| .Charles Mappen 1 Edward Coffey W James Culj|u john M'Quade William|J| Richard Rh Richard SI David Benj James tar : G, BurgisVgnd ... ., J. J Viekerf . , ....

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