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[?] THE DESERTED ONE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 26 September 1844

Ù>t^']tl fi it) o>f.\ * >?V ... . And|Uneed the western bongon " Wiitïi^imson gtpw of declining súnshiB The ÍtBi^iéSsí purity of the sky was som tithes ¡broken, V By a'cloud of light, and fleecy whiteness, Which a sportive bréese would soon wa o'er ; And stillness reigned, interrupted though i times, By the casual warbling of some feathere minstrel, Which ranged, melodiously, from strain I strain, Though wild, yet sweet through all il changes. Nought of happiness seemed wanting ; Everything was hush*d, calm, and beautifu Yet, there was one, whose pallid brow, Bore evident traces of untimely care, Whose hectic cheek,too well foretold. The withering blight of disappointed love, Tbat rankled in her bosom. Lu « bower She Bat, where the woodbine, and the jas mine, Shed around their grateful fragrance, And grew, as if in emulation. ? Her head was lean'd upon her hand, Her eye« upraised to beaven, with that Expressive mildness, which seemed to say, There alone was that peace, this...

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 — 26 September 1844

Sydney Shipping News. ARRIVED. SEPT. 18-The steamer Maitland, K3 tons, Parsons, roaster, from Port Macquari.-. the previous day, with 300 bushels maize, 6 horses, &c. SEPT. 21-The steamer William the I Fourth, 53 tons, Wiseman, master, from the Clarence River the 19th inst, with 13 bales wool, 8 bundles sheep skins, 2 casks tallow, &c. SEPT 22-The schooner Star vf China, 112 tons, Tmlay. master, from Port Nichol son the 1st and Nelson the 7th inst, with oil, flax, &c. SEPT. 22-The steamer Sovereign, 119 rons. Cape, master, from Moreton Bay thu 20th inst, with wool, &c. SEPT. 23 -The schooner Waterlily, I5f> " tons, Hay le, master, from Hobart Town the 12th inst, with merchandize. SEPT. 23-The Maid of A them, 250 tons, Hews, master, from Macao, China,tim 16th June, and Balli the 31st July, with tea, sugar, &c. SEP. 2?.-The barque Giraffe, 264 tons. Grant, master, from Launceston the 16tb instant, with grain, &c. SEPT. 24.-The brig An...

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From the Gazette. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, 13th Sept., 1844, OCCUPATION LICENSES. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 26 September 1844

From the Gazette. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, I Sib Sept., 18+4. OCCI FATION ISCENSES. At eieren o'clock of l'hursday, tbe 17th October next, «rill be put up to Auction, at the Police Office, Hartley, the Licenses to occupy, under the Uegula'ions of 21st August, 1841, the fol lowing portions of Land, for one year, from the 1st Nor., 18*4. Further information respect ing the Land may be obtained from the Sur veyor General ; a&d respecting the coalitions from the Colonial Treasurer, and at the Police Office of the District. The unset price of each Lot is £5 per section "if 64 acres. 1 Georgiana, 640 acres, parish unnamed, near Bummaroo, A berorombie River. 3 Westmoreland, 64D acres, parish unnamed, near Lowther Park, at the head of Antonio's Creek. 3 Westmoreland, 640 acres,pariah unnamed,near Mount Blaxland. 4 Westmoreland, 640 acres, parish unnamed, at Bindo Flat, near the bead of Long Swamp. 5 Westmoreland, 95 J acres, pariah unnamed, at Junction Flat. By bit Excel...

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"HAWKESBURY COURIER." THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1844. Splendid Alluvial Flats on the Hawkesbury. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 26 September 1844

THÄSÖÄX SÉOTMBBR 26, 1844. Splendid Alluvial Fiats on the Hawkesbury. IN continuation of the subject on whicl entered in our last Number, wc now call attention of our fanning friends to the i ture of FLAX; we do not mean the Ph mium tenax% but the Linum usitati mum, for the growth of which our clim seems better su'ted,' and the soil on banks of the Hawkesbury most peculù adapted, as it requires a rich loam ii situation where the substratum is, or n be rendered, retentive of mois'ure. 1 chief success of its cultivation in point fact seems to be its being well mois'ened the early stages of its growth ; for whi purpose it is recommended to be sown I fore the winter rains set in. The grou intended for the cultivation of Flax shot undergo a thorough cleansing and be lu rowed very finely ; the seed is then soi broad cast, at the rate of about two bushi to the acre, and harrowed in ;-care mt also he taken to free the plant frc ?weeds when young, hence the necessity sowing the seed on clean...

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Dreadful Riots in Philadelphia. (From the Pensylvanian of Tuesday May 7.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 26 September 1844

Dreadful Riots in Philadelphia. j. (From thi Penylvanum of Tuesday May 7.) j At 4 o'clock, a meeting of the Native A meriel party was held at the corner of Second and M as ti Streets. The meering was addressed by Mr. 1 I fi. Kramer, <ftn. >raith. and L. C. Levin. Tl j rain coming on it adjourned to the market in tl I neighborhood, where Mr. Levin recommence bi« discourse ; he bad not proceeded far before ruth Wits made on the western side of ihe marke bouse in consequence of a gun, which is said I bare benn fired across a lot from the vicinity i (he Hibernia Hos« House ; then commenced or of the most dreadful seen» (hat can wall ti imaginad. Volle? after volley was fired, and a rush wi made over a lot in the direction of tba Hiberm Hose House. From evrv street and house cam running to the scene of action, armed men-som with muskets, others with bludgeons and stones many of these were accompanied by women, wfa urged them on, and directed them where to fir« Those in poss...

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Original Correspondence. To the Editor of the Hawkesbury Courier. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 26 September 1844

O;1 SIB,-Aîlo^^^ïirough" the «nedi|fcr£ your Journal; to cali the attention of *$fälß\ *' the literati' to a subject, which I h|ffi«0 doubt would «reate a good deal of interest io our. neighbourhood, and relieve the dull monotony of town ; the foundation of a " Li* terary and Scientific Society," at which an Essay or Lecture on «orné, popular subject might be read or delivered. Nothing in my opinion would more materially tend to the advantage of the rising peneratiou, and I j am sure the good town of Windsor possesses many enlightened minds competent to the j task. What a contrast the occupation of time devoted to the success of such a project must form in the mind of any reflecting indi vidual, compared with the scanty resources which are now in existence ? I have no doubt if the matter was once properly set on foot, it would receive encouragement fro-n Clergymen, Pastors and Parents, being well convinced a more rational source of entertainment and instruction could not at present ...

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Sydney News. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 26 September 1844

Sydney News. THE FLORAL AND HORTICULTURAL SHOW -The Spring exhibition. of the Australian Floral and Horticultural Society took place yesterday, in the Market Building, usually «et apart for that purpose. The attendance was certainly not so numerous, aud the dis* which has prevailed for the last few days our next number, we shall endeavour io gather such particulars of the articles ex-1 hibited, &c.,.»s way prove interesting tb bur numerous subscribers.

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Windsor Price Current. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 26 September 1844

Windsor Price Current. £ e. d Hides, each, 7s. to <. 8 O fallow, per ion, from *#? 28 O O Horns and tips, per 1 S3 **? " <» 1<> .** Soup, per ton, £¿5 to ". *, 76 0 O (jHiiiiles per lb., 3d. to ti 0 + Tobacco, (Colonist), per lb , ito 0 16 Dido (imported),Ss.6d. to ~+ 0 4 0 Wheat, (Colonial) per bushel, Si 61. to «r ~ 0 4 0 FIOL r (ditto ; per ton, first £ 10 io 11 O o Ditto Oit o, eeoond, £ñ to ~ 9 0 0 Maiz<>, per bushel ~ O 9 Potatoes, per cwt. ' ~ 0 3 6 /*le (( udell's) per gallon, ls, to Old Butte-, per lb, <) i 2 Eggs per dozen .. 0 0 3 Meet'per lb. *#? 0 S , Mutton ppr do. ~+ ~ 0 0 3

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 26 September 1844

TERMS. Th» HAWKESBURY COURIER will continue to be pub* lished every Thursday morning, in Windsor end Richmond, md forwarded to all parts of th» Country, The terms of SUBSCRIPTION are 5s, per Quarter^ and Subscribers not reside»! in either of the above towns, must pay in advance. The quarters end on the last Thursday in the months of March, June, September, àitd December, on which days only, or previous to the following Monday can resignations be received, which must be accompanud by' pay ment of all monies due. The charges for A DVEBMSEMENTB are : For the first inch, 3s. ; and for every inch of s/w ce after, at the rate of is, far each insertion ; and the num ber of times to be published must be written on tl» face of the manuscript, or the advertisements will be continued tili countermanded. Son-suhscHbers must fay the amount previous to tlie insertion of their advertisements, which must be sent before twelve o'clock tiiwii, on Wednesday, and ordtrs to withdraw not later tlian M md...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 26 September 1844

WINDSOR. A sure Investment. K3<gßCiI!SIIiTO íM®®®<&$£. MR. LABAN WHITE has much pleasure in announcing to the Pub lic, tbat be bas been insiructeil to submit tu competition, on SATU (lt)AY, the 12tb OcroBtn, at I for 2 o'clock, on the Ground, FIFTEEN VALUABLE comprising a portion of the abore r-rcui.i»RLY situated Property .adjoining those of F. li LD JEK, Eso , and MB. JOHN ALLEN. L. VV. is almost ready to admit hts inability to compute the value of the above PROPERTY far less to describe the innumerable ad vantages it possesses. To attempt it would only be like shewing the shadow for the substance. DAYDEN observes,--" That tbs best accounts of thu appearances of nature in any single instance human penetration can reach, com« infinitely short of its reality !" TERMS :-20. per Cent. Cash ; the remainder by Piowissory Notes at S months' date from day of SALE. All further particulars may be obtained at the AUCTIONEER'S Residence, EDI OTON COTTAGE, WINDSOR...

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GARDNERS' & FARMERS' CALENDAR. SEPTEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 26 September 1844

GARDENERS' í¡ FARMERS' CALENÜAli, SEPTEMBER. The Garden.-Pleat potatoes «arly ; BOTT turnips, peas and beans, cucumbers, pumpkins, melons, Bpinach, French beans, and vegetable marrow; plant out celery; transplant paranipa for seed, chillies, and egg-plants. The Orchard.--Transplant olives, guavas, shad docks, citrons, and limes. The Field -Prepare the ground for maiee ; BOW grass and clover.

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SAYINGS AND DOINGS OF THE Legislative Council. TUESDAY, SEPT. 17. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 26 September 1844

SAYINGS AND DOINGS OF THE Legislative Council. TUESDAY, SEPT. 17. The SPEAKER reported that his Excellency had assented to the Medical Witnesses Bill ; but had withheld her Majesty's assent to the Hawkers and Pedlars Bili. A message was received from his Ex cellency the Governor, transmitting detailed estimates of'the expense of the proposed police establishments of the colony, for the ensuing year. Mr. BOWMAN presented a petition from the minister and 437 members of.\ St. Matthew's Church, Windsor, praying against the adoption of the Irish-system of education recommended by the committee of the Legis» lative Council. Mr LORD presented a petition of similar import, from certain residents io the district of Bathurst. Mr. COWPER presented a petition from the districts of Castle Hill and Dural, to the same effect. Mr ROBINSON presented a petition /rora certain merchants and traders of Melbourne, praying the extension to that town of the £30 jurisdiction of the Court of Requests. Dr. LA...

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Agriculture. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 26 September 1844

Agriculture. Agriculture furnishes the whole ma terials of manufactures, and lays th groundwork of commerce. So thal th manufacturer only exercises his ingenuit and industry upon the productions of th cultivator ; and (he merchant distribute them by the agency of commerce amonj the nations of the earth. The land of Great Britain and lrelam bears the weight of five-sixths of all tin public burdens of the empire; tili average interest accruing to landlord from this species of property is noi mon than three per cent. ; while its produc tions yield to the country aa annual jn :,etftte^:^|l{^<^'KN^ -Btertitfgir arid o this the turnip crop alone gives a yearl; return in money to ihe full value of tfv interest of the national debt. But tin value of the turnip crop, enormous as i appears, forms evidently but a very in considerable item iii the sum total arising from all the produce of the soil. In the yeár 1831, the families em ployed in cultivation in the Un i tee Kingdom amount...

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Education.—Meeting of the Members of the Hebrew Faith. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 26 September 1844

j Education. - Meeting of the Members of the Hebrew Faith. PURSUANT (O Public Notices Generat Meetii of the Members of the Hebrew Failli was bold at the Synagogue Cbambers.ÍD Sydney,oh Tuesd evening, 18tb Sept. inst, for the purpose of Pei doning the Legislative Council on the subject the present Educational Movement. The Chair was taken at seven o'clock by II JOSEPH, Em , and the following Resolutions we unanimously a,reed to : 1.- Moved by Mr. J. J. Cob-n ; seconded I Mr. iliimuel Lyons-" I bat ibe Sys em of Gene; Education recently recommended Itv the Seie Cooiinitiee of tba Legislative i ouncil, is repr seined to embrace as an essential und regul element of ins'rucuou, ide inculcation of tl tenets and doctrines of »li» christian laiib. Tbe Israelites of ibis Colony will, if such System be adopte J, be tiereby practically P" eluded, anil virtually excluded, from an »quail free and legitimate participation in the bouefi of General Kduca¡íou."~ J, Morea by "Mr T*, J. Cohen ; second...

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Germany. (From Strang'a Travels in Germany) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 26 September 1844

Germany. (From Strang'a Travels in Germany) HARMLESSNESS OF MANNERS.-Speaking of ilie amusements of the Hamburghers, the author remarks the good taste and feeling which prevail respecting the out of-door amusements of the people. Na rioting, no intoxication, and consequent ly no fighting or confusion-and best ol all, no destruction of objects in nature or an. " Among the thousand and one things we have seen here, nothing has struck us so much as the innumerable gardens, pleasure-grounds, walks and villas, that surround on every side this busy mart. '1 hough the walks are open to the poorest, and trodden by the young not a rosebud is plucked, not a shrub destroyed, not a tree touched. The wanton and mischievous spirit too often displayed in other countries, is here unknown ; the combined bumps of destructiveness and tastelessness, as the phrenologists would call it, have appa rently no home in a Hamburgh head. Here the impelling spirit of * destruc tiveness' goes no farther than to q...

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Police Office. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 26 September 1844

Police Office. SATÜRDÄV, SEPT. 21.--Before Robert Fitzgerald, Esq., J. P. Several unimportant cases were disposed of, only one " candidate for honors" ordered to malie up his accounts in 14 Stocks" and another to cultivate the acquaintance of Mr. Abbott at Parramatta for 14 days. ¡ Mr. Carrington, Solicitor, made an appli cation to his Worship to have some corres pondence between the Bench and Mr. Beddek read in Court, as he was given to understand that it contained reflections upon him which were likely most materially to injure him in a professional point of view. His Worship however stated that it was probible some of the other Magistrates would be in attendance, when Mr. C. could then apply, but not being himself connected with the affair, he must decline now any in terference, in about an hour afterwards Mr. Cox took his sent on the Bench, when Mr. Carrington applied again, and was told liv Mr. Cox that as Mr. Beddek had not thought proper to apologise to the Bench i for expres...

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From the Gazette. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 26 September 1844

From tHe Gazette. Hts Excellency the Governor has' been pleased to Bppoint the undermentioned Gen tlemen to be Magistrates of the Territory and tts Dependencies :-Crawford Logan Brown, Esq. of Cairnmore, Ellar Mackellar Mackinlay, Esq. of Dungog, and fames Macbrayne Andrews, Esq. of Undrebank. QUARTER SESSIONS, PARRAMATTA.--No tice 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 prosecutors,witnesses,or 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 orenoon.

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Sydney News. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 26 September 1844

Sydney News. INTERCOLONIAL JEALOUSIES-We have j often deprecated that system of petty jealousy* which is always obtruded upon the public when the affairs of the different Australasian Colonies are discussed, in the course of which jpepple with inconceivable short-sight ^r^6» endeavour to -enhance J&jt merit* ot the one at the expense of the other Nor is the petty desire of claiming particular ag grandizeuient confined to the separate colo nies and their advocates, but is perpetually breaking out even among different districts of the same colony, some of which are represented to be in the most flonrishiug condition, while others are stated to be ia a position of utter prostration and ruin. Now all this is abundantly silly and short sighted, to say the least of it ; for it must be evident to every person of sense and ie flec tion, that the différent colonies of this hemisphere are so identified in their inte rests, that one cauuot permanently prosper while its neighbour is ret...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 26 September 1844

TOKIBIM Wm: , , AND General Printing Office LETTER-PRESS PRINTING of every description performed with neatness and dispatch, at moderate prices. August 8,1844. To be Let, rpHE LAND near WINDSOR, part of * JL *f -MABSDCN'S 900 Acre Grant.*1' belonging to Mn. BEDDEK, and noir io tbs occupation of Mn. GKORGE SEVMOUB »s Tenant thereof/ For terms apply to Mr. BEUIJEK, or to MR. L. WHITE, Auctioneer, Windsor. Notice. Persons are cautioned from trespassing on th« above LAND cutting down or removing the stund in? or dead Timber thereon Any partv informing will be rewarded on application to Al H. HI OD it. A Stationery. -a T THE OFFICE OF THIS Piiper, STATIONERY, CONSISTI NO or, Laid Foolscap Blue wove do. colored dc. Folio Post Quarto do. Do. do Tinted Woning Demy Plain and 1'iuied Cards Quills Black Lnail Pencils Ink in Kottlni*. To be Let, THE FARM of NORTHFIELD, KURRAJONG, containing 320 Acres, about 61 of which ate cleared, and about 4J iu oultiration. There is an excellent Cottage, new...

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Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, 13th Sept., 1844. OCCUPATION LICENSES. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 3 October 1844

Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, lâtL Se|it., 1844. OCCUPATION LICENSES. At deren o'clock of Thursday, the 17th October next, will be put up to Auction, at the Police Office, Hartley, the Licenses to occupy, under the Hegulatious of 2ist August, 1841, iba tol lo win g portions'of Land, for oue year, from the let Nor , 18¿4. Further inornntuou respect ing the Land may be obtained from the Sur veyor General ; and respecting the conditions ( from the Colonial Treasurer, and at the Police : Office of «be District j The upset price of each Lot is £5 per section of 64 acree, ! t Georgiana, 640 aores, parish unnamed, near Bummaroo, Abercrombie Uiver t Westmoreland. 64J acres, parish unnnmed, near Lowther Park, at the bead of Antonio's Creek. 3 Westmoreland, 640 acres, parish unaamed.near Mount Blaxland, 4 Wes moreland, 640 acres, parish unnamed, at Bindo Flat, near the bead of Long Swamp, 5 Westmoreland, 95J aores, pansu unname I, at I Junction Flat. ßy bis Excellency « command, I E DE...

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