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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 18 July 1844

«J doubl« soled «nd heeled «ho«s,on1jr Ave shillings per i »ir, »i W. PATTEN'S Da er, Geo geatnet, Windsor. AUSTRALASIAN, COLONIAL, AND GENERAL LIFE ASSURANCE AND ANNUITY COMPANY, 126, Bishopsgate street, London, And Georgestreet, Sydney. CAPITAL.--6200,000, in 2,000 Bharefl, DIRECTORS. Edward Barnard, Esq. I G. Colquhoun, Esq. H. Buckle, Esq. I C. E. Mangles,- Esq. John H. Capper, Esq. ] Richard Onslow, Esq. Robert Brooks, Esq. AUDITORS. Sir H. F. Doyle, Bart. C. Richardson, Esq., 72, Cornhill. DIRECTORS FOR SYDNEY. John Thacker, Esq. Bon. CD Riddell, M. C. Adolphus W. Yoong, Esq., M. C William Walker, Esq. (Late of the Board of Directors, London.) , BANKERS. Bank of Australasia-For Sydney, Maitland, Port Phillip, Adelaide, Launceston, and Hobart Town. Consulting Physician for Sydney. Dr. Nicholson* M. C. Solicitor-James Norton, Esq. AGENTS AND MEDICAL REFEREES. Maitland-Joseph Chambers, Esq., Agent; David Sloane, Esq,, Medical Referee, Yass-Joseph Ellis, Esq., Medical Referee. Gou...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 18 July 1844

TALLOW AND HIDE BROKER. ROBERT KING begs to announce to the mercantile community of Sydney, fbat Le hiimromfeoced the business of Tallo* and Hide Broker, and from bis long experience 0-, tn that line, be hopes to merit the approbation of th. se who may kindly entrust *»>m with their íl,vour.. R K.' flga lOirttimate to intecdinr; porc1ia»s«K - bf tiliow. iee., for the London market, that he will be most happy to inspect and report upon any lots that may be offered for sale. Office on first floor Mr. Hobbs', Linendraper, two doors North of Mr. Isaac Simmons', George» street, Sydney. TO TH G MERCHANTS, LANDHOLDERS, GRAZ ERS, AND INHABITANTS OF T E HAWKESBURY DISTRICT GE* MRRALLY %y| R. JAMES CULLEN, in returning LYJL bis sincere thanks to the Respectable Inhabitants ot this exttu.-ive fertile and popuLu* district for the liberal patronage hitherto received by him, whilst in business timonga them, for a number of years ¡ and tor the warm expressions of kind feeling exhibited towards ...

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LAND SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 18 July 1844

LAND SALE. The following Allotments of Land will be offered for sale by Public Auction, at the Survey Office, Melbourne, Port Phillip, on Wednesday, 21st August : TOWN LOT-Melbourne, one rood and thirty six perches, allotment No. 17 of section 5. Upset price, £300 per acre. (Deposit 10 percent.) COUNTRY LOT-Bourke, six hundred and forty acres, parish of Yering, section No. 31. Upset price £1 per acre. (Deposit 10 per cent.) By his Excellency's ^ommana, E. DEAS THOMSON. PROVISIONS, &C, BRAIDWOOD.-A Notice of : three months having, according to agreement, ' been given to the Contractor for furnishing I Supplies in the District of Braidwood, that his contract will terminate on the 30th September j next, Tenders will be received at this Office until ' Monday, the 12th day of August next, at 12 [ o'clock, for furnishing, from the 1st day of Octo | ber to the 31st December, 1844, both days in clusive, the required Supplies ; the particulars of which, and the conditions are specifi...

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HAWKESBURY CORTIER, THURSDAY, JULY 18, 1814. ENCOURAGEMENT OF AGRICULTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 18 July 1844

EÑC0ÚBA6EMENT OF AGRICULTURE. WB Kcid it as an axiom, that no ¿nountry be ultimately great that does not prod its own food ; for although some isolated stances may be quoted to the contri these are but exceptions to the general R Were.it not for ..Agriculture, at least, in temperate zoneB,*man must remain a savi denizen of the forest-a houseless wande -dependent upon the mere caprice of nat for esoulens, or upon the chance of p coring the untamed animals that inhabit scattered domain, thousands of acres bei required for the support of a single tri and even then the members of it suffern at times, privation and want. Contr; with this the whistling ploughboy, goi forth to his toil'; the smiling fields wavi with corn ; the lusty reapers binding tb« sheaves ; the joyful harvest home. S the lowing herds, their udders bursting wi liquid treasures, returning from their p¡ ture ; and all the pleasing associations of comfortable farm, comprising even a f< well tilled {acres ; and ...

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To the Editor of the Hawkesbury Courier. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 18 July 1844

To the Editor of the Hawkesbury Courier. ¡MR-In jour last number, CORNSTALK remarks on the great risk incurred by travelling over tbe rugged ways leading to our town. Truly the amendment thereof is a consummation devoutly to be wished But CORNSTALK might hare, al the notice, «nd not Imj^eeervinjgof consideration. There is the dangerous state of (what is called the wharf, where there ia generally,wi an «tarage one horse and cart li et, «bout every af Ht monthi ; the breakneck condition of the road at the lowei corner of Mr. Burke's building ; the splendid as sortment of stumps .of all sises on.the ground, between this town and the commencing corner of the Richmond Road, which, of a dark night, endarger toe shins of pedestrians, the necks ol equestrians, and the whole fabric of any vehicle whose owner may be sufficiently ven'uresome to, I will not say drive over, but attempt to drive over, after nightfall, unless fair Luna favors the attempt with the ligbt of ber countenance, 'the sta...

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PROCLAMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 18 July 1844

PROCLAMATION. By his Excellency Sir GEORGE GIPPS, Knight Captain-General and Governor-in-Cbief of the Territory of New South Wales and its Dependencies, and Vice-Admiral of the same &c, &c. IN pursuance of the authority in me vested by a certain Act of the Imperial Parliament of Great Britain and Ireland, passed in the 5th and 6th year of her Majesty's Reign, intituled " An Act for tegulating the Sale of Waste Land belonging to the Croton in the Australian Colonies ;" 1 do hereby notify and proclaim, that at ll o'clock of Wednesday, the 14 th day vf August next, the following portions of Crow.i Land will be offered for Sale by Public Auction, at the Colonial Treasury, in Sydney, at the upset price affixed to each lot respectively, on the terms and conditions, and under the provisions of the above recited Act. (Deposit 10 per cent.) COUNTRY LOT. Upset price, £1 per acre. 1. St. Vincent, six hundred and forty acres, parish unnamed, on Mogendoura Creek, com* mencing at ...

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REGULÆ GENERALES. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 18 July 1844

REGULA GENERALES. The Supreme Court of ) New South Wales. ) Friday, the 12tk day of July, 1844. 1. It is ordered, that the Sittings of this Court in its Criminal Jurisdiction, for the Trial of Prisoners, be adjourned at the rising of the Court on Saturday next, to Thursday the 18th day of July instant, and continued on the two days next following : and thence be ad journed, if need be, to Thursday the 25th instant. 2. It is ordered, that the Sittings of the Court in banco, during the next Term, be adjourned on every Tuesday, to the Monday next fol lowing ; excepting on the last Tuesday of the Term, when the said Sittings will be adjourned to Saturday, the last day of Term. 3. It is ordered, that the Sittings of the Court, during the Term, in its Insolvency Juris diction, on every Wednesday, be at nine ^^^^^ oa Wednesday^^^ Equity, be taken on Fri3lp||e l^bjbMant: mà, together, with any^totber C^&||and lUatters in Equity, tiien ready for hjBpffi&g on friday the 26th i...

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PENRITH POLICE OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 18 July 1844

PENRITH POLICE OFFICE. TUESDAY, JULY 9.-Before R. C. Leth bridge, Henry Cox, Henry Bayley, and Lawrence Dalhunty, Esquires, Justices of the Peace. Janies Badkin, innkeeper on the Wes tern road, appeared on summons to answer the complaint of William Gibbes, Esq., for swearing at the Police Office, on the 28th May, 1844, that Mr. Wm. Russell, of Regentville, never at any time in his life offered to sell him any brandy, thereby having wilfully committed perjury. The above charge arose out of the fol lowing circumstances :-A complaint was exhibited against Mr. Russell, of Regent ville, on the 28th May last, at the Pen rith Police-office, charging him with sell ing, or offering for sale, a quantity of brandy, distilled at Regentville, "to James Badkin, the above defendant. Mr. Wil- ¡ liam Gibbes was produced with Badkin, I möned to give, the above ulterior com* plaint was brought forward. Colonel Gibbes, H. M. Collector oi Customs, appeared to prosecute the case. William Gibbes, Esq., be...

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. THE FOLLOWING ARE THE NOTICES OF MOTION AND ORDERS OF THE DAY ON THE PAPER. THURSDAY, JULY 18. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 18 July 1844

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. THE FOLLOWING ARE THE NOTICES OF MOTION AND ORDERS OF THE DAY ON THE PAPER. THURSDAY, JOXY 18. NOTICES OF MOTION: 1. Mr. LOWE to move, That an Address be pre sented to his Excellency the Governor, re questing that the following Returns may be laid upon the table of this House : (1.) A Return of ali fees received in the Supreme Court Office, for swearing affidavits, from the time of the appointment of Mr, El yard, as Chief Clerk, until the present period ; distinguishing what portion thereof has been received between the time of the appointment of Mr. Sydney Smith to be a Commissioner for taking affidavits, and June 1,1844. (2.) A Return of all fees received in the office of the Chief Commissioner of Insolvent Es tates in Sydney, for swearing affidavits ; dis tinguishing what portion thereof has been received between the time of the appointment of Mr. Sydney Smith to be a Commissioner of affidavits, and June 1, 1844. 2. Dr. NICHOLSON to move, That a humble Ad dre...

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English Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 18 July 1844

English Extracts. Ia 1598, the first printing press was erected in Manchester ;-1844 there are, it is estimated, upwards of 500 ! The press may indeed be well named the Fourth Estate. Luaus NATURJE.-A. ewe brought forth three lambs, a few days since, near Burford, one of which had two perfectly formed heads. It need both its mouths to suck its mother. It lived but about nine hours.-Sunday Tims, March 17. PRINCE OP CONDE.-The great Prince of Conde was very expert in a sort of Ehysiognomy, which shewed the peculiar abits, motions, and postures of familiar life and mechanical employments. He woald sometimes lay wagers with his friends that he would guess, upon the Pont Neuf, what trade persons were of who passed by, from their walk and air.-Ibid.

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English Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 18 July 1844

English Intelligence. The news from Great Britain, brought by the Lloyds, on Sunday last, is not of great importance. The papers we have received, are to the 26th March inclusive, Wheat from the adjoining colonies was favourably looked upon by the Corn Factors at Mark Lane, and has realized remunerating prices. In the House pf Commons,on Tues day, the 26th March, Mr. Hutt, gave notice of the following resolution : " That this House resolve itself into a Committee of the whole House on the Corn Laws, for the pur pose of considering the following resolu tion t-That it is expedient that corn im ported into the United Kingdom from the British possessions in South Africa, India, and Australasia, be made subject to the same duty which is levied on corn imported into the United Kingdom from Canada.*' Wool still maintained the prices quoted by the Sydney daily journals, on receipt of the last advices ; but although no further public sales had been appointed, considerable enquiries were bein...

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PROCLAMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 18 July 1844

PROCLAMATION. By his Excellency Sir GEORGE GIPPS, Knight, Captain-General and Governor-in-Chief of the Territory. of New South Wales and its De pendencies, and Vice-Admiral of the same, &C.&C IN pursuance of the authority in me vested by a certain Act of the Imperial Parliament of Great Britain and Ireland, passed in the 5th and 6th year of Her Majesty's Reign, intituled "An Act for regulating the Sale of Watte Land belonging to the Crown in the Australian Colonies;" I do hereby notify and proclaim, that at ll o'clock of Thursday, the 15th day of August next, the fol» lowing Town Allotments of Land will be offered for Sale by Public Auction, at the Colonial Trea sury, in Sydney, at the upset price affixed to each lot respectively, on the terms and conditions, and under the provisions of the above recited Act. (Deposit 10 per cent.) TOWN LOTS. Upset price, £50 per acre. 1. St. Leonards, twenty perches. 2. Windsor, one rood, allotment No. 10 of sec« tion L. 3. Windsor,...

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SYDNEY SUPREME COURT. (Continued from first page.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 18 July 1844

SYDNEY SUPREME COURT. (Continued from first page.) THUBSDAÏ, JULV ll.-KUTH I EBLtii, a eerup. tres*, climbed wi h perjury, was a< q- itted, VYIMIAM P i M fi HOKE plvautd puihy to a charge ol' burst and cullie stealing, and w s senienced ic <en years' transportation. WILLIAM MACKENZIE, and JAMES MACKENZIE, la-   borers, were indicted for having, on the 3rd day of April last, at Boxhill, near Windsor, fe- loniously stolen two chesnut geldings, the pro- perty of Patrick Curneen. The prosecutor proved having lost his horses from his run about four days after he had placed them there; upon information received, he went   in company with a policeman to the residence of the prisoner, and there saw the prisoner James McKenzie alone, who, on being questioned, told him that his brother had bought some horses, and they were running in a gully about three miles from their residence, one of which was branded with a figure of 7 on the near shoulder,...

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Original Correspondence. STILL-HUNTING — A NEW, TRADE. To the Editor of the Hawkesbury Courier [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 18 July 1844

Original Correspondence. SÏILL-HUNTING - A NEW, TH ADE. To the Editor of the Hawkesbury Courier SIR,-It bas been well observed by some one that one-half of tlie world does not know how the other bal Hives," and the truti fulness o il.is muzini vas forcibly brought hom*- to me on being let into a secret on JHSI San/r i¡.y by one conver sant with the mutter, of ti¡e mellis by which many persons iinvt been obtaining a livelihood late!y, at the expense if ber Majesy's lio vern ment. The schume we ailu le to is pm into practice in the fol owing manner, and a profitable trade can be carried on at a comparatively trifliDg cost, One acquainted »itu the art cf distillation purchases a small tin si ill for 5*. and cnn supply himself with all the necessary utensils and materials to commence distilling on a limited bcale,for a something less than an out I ny of £9. Having so provided him« self, he commences operations, and then-to save other people unnecessary trouble-he turns informer on himse...

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WINDSOR. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 18 July 1844

WINDSOR. POLICE OFFICE, JULY 13TH, 1844.-Be fore Robert Fitzgerald, Eßq. William Aull, charged with stealing a horse, the property of John Blaxland, Esq., WH6 remanded. Thomas Kirkpatrick was charged on information with being drunk at Wilber force, on the 1st instant. Peter Frazer, who came forward to sub stantiate the charge, swore the defendant was drunk, but in the course of his evidence let out that some few angry words had passed between them. The witnesses called, proved that the defendant was perfectly sober, and according to the evidence of one of them, Frazer himself was the man who should have been subjected to an informa tion Ifor drunkenness. Mr. Fitzgerald dis charged defendant, declaring it was a most trumpery case. '"^Hannah Goodman was charged with stealing a £6 note, the property of Mrs. Martin. It appeared by the evidence, that the prisoner engaged with Mrs. Martin as servant, and that on the occasion of Mrs. Martin's daughter going to a drawer where the money was ...

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PENRITH. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 18 July 1844

PENRITH. POLICE OFFICE, JULY 12th, 1844 - Be- fore R. C. Lethbridge, Lawrence Dulhunty, and Henry Bayly, Esqs., J. P. James Badkin Innkeeper, on the Western road, appeared under summons to answer a charge and information of the Chief Con- stable, for, that he the said Joseph Badkin, at St. Mary's, South Creek, did permit and suffer one Peter Royal, to sell to one William Parker, two gallons of ale, contrary to the 1st. section of the Act 2, Victoria, No. 18, of 1838. William Parker storekeeper at South Creek was first called, and deposed.- That he had ordered two gallons of ale from Bad- kin, some time before the delivery took place ; he believed he had ordered it, at Badkin's house, but could not positively recollect ; a man of Badkin's named Royal, did deliver him the ale, the day after the ploughing match at the South Creek, where Badkin had a privileged tent. A female named Tollis deposed.- That Royal did bring some ale to Parker's ; and stated that Badkin had a large load home ...

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Sydney. SUPREME COURT.—CRIMINAL SIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 18 July 1844

Sydney. SUPREME CuUHT.-CRIMINAL SIDE. MONDAY, JULY 1.-The third sitting of the Supreme Court of Criminal Jurisdiction, was opened this morning at the new Court House, Darlinghurst, by Mr. Justice Stephen. GEOBOE TUCKER was found guilty of having, on the lüib of April last, forged the endorsement of one John Griffiths, to a cheque on the Bank of Australasia, for "fl ls The prisoner having been twice previously convicted of embezzlement, WM sentenced to three years' imprisonment in Sydney Gaol, and at (he expiration of that time, to find security (or good behaviour for twelve months, himself in £100, and two sureties in £40 each. JAMES HAMILTON, was found guilty of uttering baie coin, and sentenced to be imprisoned in Sydney Gaol for two years; the first week in each mouth to be passed in solitary confinement. George North, an accomplice ot the last-mentioned prisoner, was convicted of a similar offense, but remanded lill the next day, in order that the Attorney-General migbt consider...

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SYDNEY SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 18 July 1844

SYDNEY SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVED. JULY 9.-The brig CHRISTINA, 126 tons, Pearce, master, from Port Phillip, the 1st instant,   with sundries. JULY 12,-The ship HAIDEE, 335 tons, Mar- shall, master, from Liverpool 20th February, and the Cape of Good Hope 10th May, with a general cargo. JULY 13.-The steamer SHAMROCK, 200 tons, Gilmore, master, from Port Phillip, the 4th ; Launceston, the 9th, and Twofold Bay, the even- ing of the 11th instant. Passengers-Mr. McLeod, Mrs. Craig, daughter, and female servant, Mr. Fenwick, Mr. and Mrs. Cross, Mr. Forrester, Mr. Gardner, Mr. Neskios, Miss Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Smith, Mrs. Thornton, Mr. Raphael, Mr. Whalen, Mr. Southey, Mr. Thomas, Captain Best, 80th regiment, Captain Blaxland, Lieut. Walmar, 80th regiment, Mr. Webb, Mr. Bryant, Mr. Simmonds, Mrs. Sutton and daughter, Mr. Wade, Mr. Willis, Mr. Ashford, Mr. Freeman, 6 soldiers of the 80th regimant, 1 constable, and 10 prisoners of the Crown. JULY 14 -The barque LLOYDS, 402 tons, Lew...

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TOTAL WRECK OF THE SHIP ISABELLA, BOUND FOR LONDON, FROM SYDNEY, via PORT PHILLIP. (From the Port Phillip Patriot, June 4.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 18 July 1844

TOTAL WRECK OF THE SHIP ISABELLA, BOUND FOR LONDON, FROM SYDNEY, via PORT PHILLIP. (From the Port Phillip Patriot, June 4.) We regret to announce the loss of the Isabella Capt. Hardie, from this port to London, on morning of Saturday the 22nd ult, on one of the Islands in Bass' Straits. The Isabella, it will recollected, sailed from this port for London, the 18th ult., having on board John Broadfoot Esq., the charterer of the vessel, and a number of   cabin and intermediate passengers. On the 20th the weather in the interim having been very change- able, the captain expected to sight Hunt's Group but no land appearing the vessel lay-to until the following morning, when her course was resumed and about three o'clock in the afternoon, land was discovered on the lee-bow. On the following   morning, land, which the captain supposed to Hunt's Group, was distinctly visible, and about noon a seeming opening was sighted, for which the vessel bore, under the impress...

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America. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 18 July 1844

America. The London PUNCH says, the Pennsyl vanians have determined to renounce their ''Arms," and to substitute, in lieu thereof, " A Statue of Mercury, with the legend-- Base is the Slave who pays! [We hope   our subscribers will not follow their example. -ED. COURIER.]

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