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VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. SIR GEORGE GIPPS AND HIS SUCCESSOR. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 22 October 1846

VAN DIEM EN'S LAND. SIR GEORGE GIPPS AND HIS SUCCESSOR. » " Politics-understanding; by that terra "the war of parties--are for the presen 1 suspended tip here. The most violent ol . the habitual opponents of the Government . cannot, with either decency or common sense,,continue their hostilities so long as the Governor is a new and untried mas, and whom the calonial public only know v as a courteous and well-bred English geo , îleraan. 1 doubt not., that this temporary repose is agreeable enough to all parties, .The session of the Colonial Legislature has , opened with an uncommon interchange of ..civilities between the new Governor and the Council- lt is pleasant to witness this ; - but knowing the temper pf the standing , * Opposition' in * the house/ one cannot ". resist the conviction that it is destined to . îast bu|a very short time. So long as both sides nave .only to indulge in general pro positions, there will be agreement and rau , tual cpnfidence ; but when the .di (fe re...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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QUEEN POMARE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 29 October 1846

j QUi'JfiN POMAR E. ! j Some, few years since her Majesty ; Queen Victoria presented a vert hand i some carriage to the unfortunate Queen I TÊomare. Thé14 Polynesian,** a weekly j journal published at Hoñoluín, the ca* ! pttál of the Sandwich Islands« in i s im« ¡/pression for the 8th of November last, ! contains the folio wing''announcement tn 1 reference to the royal equipage % ** Rhodes and Co., effer for sale the car riage of Queen Pomare, of Tahiti, built in EWlanH frt ia a »»»H ~n«***.***aA^^. ëd for a family jçàr^îaga. ¿TWfl «et«", of harness accompanytheij^iage/' The edftor pf the " Bolytiefiati'' sairJ, inVe I a tion to the above, " ft will be seen that Rhodes and CÍb offer for sale the carriage of this truly unfortunate, though meri torious womün, lt was à present from her sister; Queen y ictpriaSL i'and ts now offered ,Tor sale in oraler to supp!/ the Roy al Dame willi the means of exist ence. She is said 16 be in very slram ened circumstances, being entirety with out rev...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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ENCOUNTER WITH WOLVES. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 29 October 1846

; ENCOUNTER ' wïrà WOLVES* Thé great " Lion ?Tamer;' Kerr Dries bach was at ZadeaVillf, Ohio, oo the 11th instaat, and as we leam from the paper! of that place had been engaged in a desper ate encounter with two of his animals who escaped from their cage's, and attacked twa of his assistants before they were aware of their dahgèr. It seems that these in ea seeing the escape bf the animals (which were llocky Mountain wolves) from their jcages, thought only that they would des« troy-in their ferocity-the interior ereà tures of the menagerie, and whilst one of them was saving à riding monkey, and the other looking, for a pitchfork, the wolves fastened lipon the men and overpowered them. As soon as Driesbach obsrrved 'ha danger he immediately dashed a ch* ir to pieces in order to obtain a wrung for é club, and with this, at one blow, he disabled the Wolf that had attacked th e fiist man but the other held with a death grip, and ' required repeated blows; nor did he re linquish the attac...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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THEATRICALS IN AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 29 October 1846

ThaJCeans made an extraordinary iwr pression her«; .the other night, says tjbf» < Charleston correspondent of the New York JJ er aid. as Beverley and Mrs. Beverley iii 4*Tna Samester. ¥nere .was never any thing likest experienced here before; The/ plwritten by Moore, ts the best condem nation of Gaming that ever appeared in language. The theatre -jvas crowded froja the top tc the bogoin to fitnessth]|Jt^g|i; v log drama» Íüa^»j jtirlsta/ladles, banters, merchants, all cïâs^es were brought under the one roof to see and hear this best ser mon on the dreadful vice that, ever wsi written» TCean exceeded himself There was so much reality iâ fused Uto .thß last scene that the whole house' was in tears. %xme lädies sivooned-^rrnny sobbed aloud; and Mrs J£ean herself was so thoroughly I affected that'as the curtain vas falling,she shrieked wildly arid vrm tarried off in â state ^futter insensibility This .perform« j ance was the triumph of the dramatic art.

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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HAWKESBURY COURIER. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1846. CORONER'S INQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 29 October 1846

SiiiiTliii. , ÏHURSDÀYi GC^ÄBER $9, 1846. CORON BR'S INQUEST. ¡ Af inanest was held at Mr, George Free: man's Cricketer's Arms, FiUgeraid street» at three o'cloct, p ir; on Tbnrsday, before the Coroner,!Dr Dowe and a fury of 13 of the inhabitants, consisting of Messrs. John Crew (foreman) ; John Horan ; Robert Best ; John Scott; «fohn Beveridge; Thos.Gol: egher; George Saunders; ; Michael Con- ; »ell j John ^chards ; Thomas ftyan j Thomas-iívans ; Francis McDonald; and Thomas Ererard, touching the death ofJohu Thornberry, a shoemaker, then lying dead at the house of John Alexander Johnson, a labourer, Windsor Terrace. v j The first witness called was constable Campbell* who deposed*-that on yesterday j evening (Wednedsy) between five and six j ' e'clock, witness was requested by deceased to accompany him to Jonson's liouse saying ¡ his wife was down there, and he suspected ¡ that she was going to leave him ; witness - went with him and deceased went in audi asked for his wife and he...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 29 October 1846

ÜALS opened his branch Store opposite . the White Haçt Inn,-George -street,, where ere fy description of Drapery and Grocery Goods will be sold At the lo west, possible prices formas h. Oct. 28 - . ^ WINDSOR. À ;0OÖÖ O^taRTtïîflTY TO CAPITALISTS» TO BE SOLD, a!l those valuable Premises situate in George street, Windsor,two doors from Catherine street, and next door to Ivir. Millers, shop keeper^ There are three Brick Dwell ings, containing 'two of them (3) three Booms each, with a Cellar and back yard ¡ and the other á Brick Skilling, about 30 feet in l**gtitt with Öround in Trout to erect other Buildings, arid itt the rear there is a fine Plot of Ground about 110 feet in depth, and calculated for a Garden« Tlie frontage of the three Buildings is about Í0 feet. The Proprietor being about to leave this part, is his only reason for disposing of such valuable Property, ? For particulars ay pl y fif by letter post paid j to Mn PVSriitrt, George street, Windsor. Oçt. 28L ..- " ' i' .'' "...

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EPITAPH WRITTEN AT A PRISONERS GRAVE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 29 October 1846

'*mmTÉM-*F~¿. PRISONERS. *Here silently rests i& his lone narrow bed, The ashes of one who has suffered in Trom the clay moulded niansion the spirit . 'lashed,. ¡ - And left its abode for a time. ! iniiis last dying moments no hand smoothU ' his pillow, M No friend was there nigh to weep o'er t his bier, X)r plant at his head the green drooping willow, # J As a lasting memorial of one that was dear. An exile, an outcast derided and unpitied, , Expelled from his country, in bondage to live, : ? t. . . 'In this faddist a nt land, he died unregretted Deprived of the pleasures that friendship can give. . A curse on his memory will the tyrant bestow That never has felt for the woes of ano. ther ; ....... _ ,, For his sad fate the tear of compassion will .flow ^ From him who regards fellow-man as a brother !

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ENGLISH NEWS. DEATH OF LANGAN, THE PUGILIST. (From the Sunday Times, 29th April.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 29 October 1846

* ENGLISH NEWS. j DEATH OF LANG AN, THE PUGILIST. L ' (From the ^undatf Tims*, 1§th April.) "It was withdeep regret that we heard of j the - death of the braye, the good J4ck Langari, Brave he was, as bis conduct in conflict showed ; good he was as per ^ei^i^ajcts^of beneyql,ej|ee proved,.-. . He \wai *?&oxer*r-à ^ mat ter, à profession never yet disgraced a man, if he took care not tp disgrace the j . profession. Langau, though ill~educa- | ted, was a man of superior mind, and in j {powers of observation and acuteness of | reasonings was, in afct, far above man y who walk in higher places. ... John lungan was born ib Olondalton, ita thé Cjpwnty of kildare, in May, 179$ . J Je was at an early age bound appren tice* to Messrs. Dqnn and Harris» of Ptiblin^and ''ploughed ihèWsalt sea. ' , M r. Langau, ^e fc persuaded his ^son to ¿be no more a roy^r | his indentures were cancelled, anil ne was bound apprentice ^ianew to a sawyer. After various minor encounters, arising from that...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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ROMANTIC SUICIDE OF TWO LOVERS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 29 October 1846

ROMANTIC SUICIDE ÖF TWO 1 v, LOVEItS, 4" On the ÍÓih June Mr. Baiter *neld ah in-1 2nest at,the Edinburgh Castle, Regent s !anal|eMiie-^ íówu, London» -on vis w of the body bf John Warre n, j uni, aged 20, a young man of respectable con* , ne x i on s residing in the netghbourhopd,who committed ; self destrji'cXip.n "by drowning himself in the Regent's Canal.- , ;r._ The melancholy catastrophe created more than ordinary interest and sympathy amongst the inhabitant's, owlifg. to the cir cumstance of the sweetheart of the deceas ed-a young Woman of personal attractions named Caroline Beale-^aged 18, having only a few days -previously committed à similar act bf self destruction near to the spot where the body bf the deceased was found / lt appeared that the deceased abd the young female* Caroline Beale, agreed to drink tea on Sunday night last with an acquaintance of the young woman, of the name of Amelia Bane» living in Rhode-well* i Hoad, Lime house, where the deceased went ! accordi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 29 October 1846

. HAWKESBURY AGRICBLÎllRli Monday, the 7th Sépteittiber, a Public Meeting of the inhabitants of Windsor, Richmond, Wilberforce,and the Districts of the Hawkesbury ge nerally was- con vened lay p tblic ad yet* 'tiseiöent, at Coffey's Hot tl, Windsor for the purpose. «* of choosing Officers for the above-mentioned Association^ nd fi'jtjhgjLhetime and place of holding-the i\eKt Show Meeting, x ¿J. h Scarvilje, Esq, J P^ih the Chair, ; the following Resolutions were una« nimously adopted Ï*--, 'Xl) .Meved by Mr. James Hale and I . ^ secönded by Mr. J. J. Vickery. That taking into consideration the ac knowledged -advantage which the dis trict derives from the pperatfoùMf the Hawkesbury Agricultural, Association. "and- viewing the success which attended ' the maidenfPloughing fifafch ahd çhow of Stock, and Agricultural produce at Clarendon, in September last .year, this Meeting determines y to continue the pjnce of the Association» and Agrees that the .next,.Ploughing Match and Show de ta...

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COURT OF REQUESTS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 5 November 1846

\ 'COURT OF REQUESTS. | \ On Monday last the Court of Req uesis \peced before his Honor the Commissioner. J*we were ninety cases in the £10 juris/ «ic\i(m, which was a considerable reduciion :'^Ä«viiiiÄaiÄüÄ8P4Tf Naît 3BO, ^bomas febbutt aqd Themas dadeÜ, feqrV. ^|... ,,| _'./ Assessors ]; ^ ^. - . '.li. yicÄryV Feiris-^Prougbt to reootsjr ¿12 Ï5s ípr a promissory rióte and damage sustained in consequence of breach of agreement to deliver wheat bought Ven diet for plaintiff ^ ' 2 AllenVDorset-For ¿1 balance of promissory note for"£22 Verdict foVjplain. tiff with interest at £5 per cent j: 3 Aspjinwall t; Daley-^-Brought to recover £5 balance of account of £12 2s for goods sold and delivered Verdict for plaintiff :, % Ducker v Beattî^-To recover £11 ?s 9d balance for goods, spjd^ and delivered deferred to the .arbitration of Messrs Tt tebbutt and G Pitt;... v '.. ' 5 Gibbons v Jones«-For the recovery of £9 fes balance due for work and labor in j building a barn at Kurrajong 62 feet l...

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SUPREME COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 5 November 1846

SUPREME COURT. Thursday, Nov. 5-Before their Honors the three Judges . . . . ninene w Shi-l^-lnl T - -Á .__ 0XÍ action of trespass, wherein a verdict foi ¿the plaiatiff, damages £5, had been re turned v. M* -. J- . :s i- ? ; ?»?.. ' v Messrs. Windeyer and Broadhurst ap< peered contra , ., t ,, . Th«. Court granted, the. application on payment by the applicant pf. the; costs of tthe present motion, and of the fortier trial, . within fourteen days , Plaintiff had .leave to amend bis declaration by the alteration of the date of the. alleged trespass, so as to render admissible certain , evidence, .which had been excluded on tho former trial. ? , r-;-. . - ?? , A deputation of the Anti-Transportation .Committee appointed at .the public meeting ;held at the City Theatre, waited on his Excellency on Thursday morning, with a memorial, requesting that his Excellency would be pleased, to transmit to England official copies pf ' the petitions which had been presented to the Legisla...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 5 November 1846

îiijoii W* fe JURGIS, ÏIA$ opened his ¿ranch Store opposite the J\rhite Hart lon, George street, where fevery description pf Drapery and Grocery Goods will be sold at the lowest possible prices for cash, Oct.28 AUCTIONEER, . of.the Macquarie Àrrfts tnttj $1 ac fyuarie Vreet¿ Windsor, begás^áVe^mést jbspectf*Uy«fointimate to hiè friends and the public, that tie , has obtained ah A ur/ tioueeV*sLiceh8eV^Qr the disposal of eye ry description.,.^! $toçfe. siid , property with Which; ¿il, might be favored, at. the very Ipweët rate of Commission ; and he con fi; dently trusté fi om íhe great experience whiehH^ nas acq!nr«¡d puring & period of nine. veáis¡ oWeaned application tovthe peculiarBraftch of Business, to give eveiy satisfaction to.his Patrons. , He will advance cash on Property intended for immédiate sale, and make up his account sales as speedily as circumstances wdl permit after each Auction. PRELfMiNARy NÖTICE. , i i 1MS, Wff AS thé honor to announce, that J JkQp . has...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 5 November 1846

HAWKESBURY ON Monday, the 7th September, â Public Meétin£ of the inhabitants of Windsor, Richmond, WiJberforce,aiid of the Districts of the Hawkesbury ge» neraily was convened by p'iblic adver» "tisement, at Coffey's Hotel, Windsor for the purpose of choosing Officers for the above-mentioned association,and fixing the time and place oí holding the next Show Meeting, J. L Searvfrlle, Esq, Ï P, in tbe CJiair, IHje'followiag Résolu Hons wvere una nimously adopted ,( \\ Moved %y Mfr. gaines Hale and seconded by Mr. J.Ï, Vickery, That taking into consideration the ac* knowledged advantage which the dis trict derives from tbe operations of the Hawkesbury Agricultural^ Association 4 and viewing the successwbich attended tba maiden Ploughing Match and Show of Stock mod Agricultural produce at Clarendon,in September last yeer, this Meeting determines to .continue the office .bf the -Association, and agrees that the «ext Ploughing Match and Show do taie place on the 18th day of . Feb,, 184? ....

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PROROGUATION OF THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 5 November 1846

PRQEÖGÜ \T-tON OF THR LRGlSLA 1WR COUNCIL OB Saturdoy last his ExeeHeicv the j Governor ^fïrorogued the Legislative ^Council to Tuesday, the 15^h Dacembyr j îîexi. -The t* ILowidg speech w»§read by I his Excellency on the uciasion^ - j Mr Speaker and Gentlemen.* the Le ! gi«!ative Cooncil-VThe business of th« Ses ! sion having been brought to a clofce. ) hnre . much pleasure in releasing yo« from a ! further attendance upon your legislative j duties. j The results of your deliberations daring I th* sturt period of your being assembled I will, I trust, prove beneficial to the public i ri now ta^ng; leave of you' for n season*? 1 bdvVto thank yon in her Majesty V name for the liberality willi lyhich you have voted the supplies, for euablihg me to carry on tie service of Goy*>rnment ; and J especially -deem it my duty to express my gratifica* . t»n at sine readiness with which you agreed to the supplement in, schedule AV for tb« expenses of the administration of justice. I hope, how...

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HIGHLY IMPORTANT English News. RETIREMENT OF THE PEEL MINISTRY [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 5 November 1846

HIGHLY IMPORTANT English News. RETIREMENT OF THE FEEL MINISTRY The * Enterprise/ from England bring ing news to the end of Jone, haviag ar rived at Fon phillip previous lo the sail ing of the ' Christi na,' the -following1 English newj ii extracted from the Port Phillip papers ; theorist and most im portant of which is that Sir Robert Peel is out «oí oiflice. The Irish- .Coercion BiH'havifigbeen rejected by a majority ¿of seventy>threey Sir Robert Peel imme diately determined to resign. He re*, signed '*« not because be has beef! oui J voted upon any particular question," but beeau?« ho has not the general con fidence of Parliament ; there are not 340 men in the House that wiilgo.dtang with Sir Robert Peel and take him for their guide. Tl is not for the public interest* «aid Sir BoberV tHat a £ôverom<?nt should remain in power unable to gi'e. f racûcal effect to the measures which thev consider necessary for the public welfare," Lord John Un gael I had been sent for bo...

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HAWKESBURY COURIER. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1846 ROBEERT FITZGERALD, ESQ. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 5 November 1846

1(WB announced ia our OöirBiBa the, week w before ¡last, the, very serious accident which Mr.Fitzgerald experienced while on 7 a journey to .his sheep statiops át Dabey. ¿ Shortly after the occurreocehe was removed , by some of his own men, {who happened to meet him at the .top, of ^he Cherry Tree Hill) to the nearest house^ which was about 'a mile distant, and,where he still con tinues to romain in consequence of his very weak condition. A carriage was sent to Windsor/pr Dr* Stewart, who started on Monday morning, and arrived at the place appointed by four o'clook tho next e ve ning. /t he Doctor gave his opinion in consultation , with Drs. Auld and M'Hatti, and returned ,10 Windsor on Thursday .night-a shorter time than the same journey has ever before been. Accomplished in;. i)jk examining the Ïiatient he fouud - a compound comrai nated f net ure of the Tibia-simple fracture of .. the fibula*~a largeuleer over the site of thé .fracture of th« Tibiafin the centre of which % thie. ...

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THE SONG OF THE FLOWERS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 5 November 1846

^1« SÚMr OF TàS i^ÔWÉRS. S|i»:twe 'come dancing in sunshine ani I*ike»fairies or butterflies^-bright you Dj ' fl oirers Î -{Vervale and o'er mountain though ever st <fcap, . Oo wander-w'ell still on your ramble . peep, wf *rom 8mo,re l*ve Te With our neighbour the rugged old fores tree *Whof wrapped in hts mantle of ivy green -Looks gay-for his wrinkles are never seen With the zephyrs we dance *Neath the bright warm sun ; ~ But ihe moon's pale glance Bids our sports be done ; Then ive close onr petals, nor winking peer, Till the morning breaks our perfumed sleep Oh, are we not beautiful bright young flowers In stately garden or wildwood bowers ? To us doth the lover his love compare, Then think ye, can aught be more sweet 01 farr? Her brow is the lily, her cheek the rose Her kiss is the woodbine (more sweet than those) Her eye is the half-shut beams, "When a bright dew drop on its lustre gleams-; We are wreathed in her hair^ By the hands loved best, Or clustered with care...

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