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From the Gazette. Colonal Secretary's Office. Sydney, 22nd August, 1844. CONVEYANCE OF MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 3 October 1844

From the Gazette. COIODMI Secretary's Ofioe. Sydney, 2ïnd August, 1844. C9NVEVANCE OF MAILS. Conveyance being required for tb« Post Offif Mads, from and te the undermentioned pla«« for one year, from the tat of Jauuary, 1845, Pei sons ainposed to Contract for providing the sam HIM invited to transmit their offers, in writing, 1 ibis Office, betör« Twelve o'clock on Mond«j (he 7th day of Coteber next, endorsed, " Teod« for Conveyance of Mails." From and to Windsor, Parramatta,«nd Sydney .daily, (Sunday* excepted.) From and to Windsor and Richmond, dailj Suudaya excepted.) From and to Windsor,Pitt Town, Wilberforce and North (I dimond, titres lime« a week. From and to Windsor, and Wiseman's Ferry once a week. « From aud to Penrith, Parramatta, and Sydney daily, (Sundays excepted ) From and to Penrith, Hartley, and Bathurst three nous a week. From and to Bathurst and O'Connell, once t weak. From and to Bathurst and Carcoar, twice t week. i From and to Bathurst, Molong, and Welling« ton...

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 — 3 October 1844

-- 1 -1--' I Sydney Shipping News. ! AitKIVED. SEPT. 26.-The American brig Pactolus, 175 ton-*, lia rs f o .v, master, from Salem, TJ. S. the I5»h May, with a (¡enera] cargo. SEPT. 26-The barque Juno, 212 ton«. Haves, master.from the whale Fishery, with. 600 barrels black oil. Left Sydney 23rd Mar« h, 1844. SEPT 26-The barque Lucy Ann, 213 tons, L«e, master, from the Whale Fishery, with 650 barrels sperm oil. Left Sydney 25th June. 1834 SEPr. 27.-The schooner Countcsn of Wit ton UL tons, Bowles, master, from Tahiti th* 16th Aug., with cocoanut oil and cocoa« nut-, SiiPr. 27 -Th,« barque Barossa, 729 tons, Austin, master, from Hobart Town the 2lst inst, with surplus Government stores. ¡SEPT 28.-The barque Peslonjee Bonton? jee (tiansport,) 593 tons, Kinnie, master, from London, the Downs, 17th May, an t Hobart Town the 2lst inst, with surplus Gtve nment stores. Ocr. 1.-The steamer Shamrock, 200 tous. Gilmore, master, from Port Phillip, the 25th ultimo, Launceston the 28th, and Boyd T...

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à; ^r.WkSn aretbe víotnpe songs *"' ? ? Wanderin* in ¿1«« ? Where dance die p«*a«ant band« Joyous and free 1 . - - £ finderkind %lue»kf, Where dow wy birib-pîace lie Far o'er the ees 1 ^ li. Where floats the myrtle scent Ö'ernrale «nd lea, 'Where evening calls the dora Homeward to ñeel Where doth the orange gleam "Soft on my naître ¡stream 1 Far o'-er the sea 1 III. ?^Vbere-are sweet eyes of loxa Watching for me t "Where oe'r the cabin roof Waves the green tree t *Where speaks the vesper chime 'Still of a holy time Far o'-ar theses 1 TV. ^Danee on,-ye vintage bands, .Fearless and free I Still fresh and greenly wave. My father's tree ! Still smile,ye kind blue skies 1 Though your son pines aud dies Far o'er the sea3

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Exportation of Horses to India. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 3 October 1844

Exportation of Horses to India. Br a paragraph from a Hong Kong paper of June last, which' we subjoin, it affords us much pleasure td learn, that the Export of HORSES to India has proved a profitable spe culation. It is well known that the climate of India is not congenial to the rearing of Horses, few, if any, seldom arriving at matu rity ; consequently, we would urge on the attention of our Settlers, the profits to be derived from the continued exportation of animals suitable, to the/Indian markets. With such immense resources as this Colony fur nishes, distress should not be heard of .' The New Sonth Wales horses, nineteen in number, were sold yesterday, and pro duced rou an average 555 Hs. a piece." [Kqual to about £64 15s. Od.]

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Death of the Chief Justice. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 3 October 1844

Death of the Chief Justice. ANOTHEB. of the ornaments oT ourHojonial ? Ailti¿:irlggldlie. #l^^j^ÉH|ret to ^BBpjHKiict of theJ^b'tb^^Mnuorable 'SiFiflWD^ Jus flee ofïï» Colony-an event.whM^çcurred fj&ßÄvßf afternoon, Rt tweritylmiuutes be fo^ fgllr o'cloclc. Sir James had suffered utfder a painful illness during the last three months, from which, about fire week« ago, he gave some hopes of recovery. Unfor tunately he sustained a' relapse, which proved too much for his feeble and ex hausted frame. The history of the career of a man like Sir James Dowling, is scarcely to be written in the columns of »newspaper. We may chro nicle his an ival amongst us-the years that he sat upon-the judicial beuch-and the respect and esteem which attended him throughout; but the details which would give life to this skeleton sketch, must necea saril'y be wanting. He arrived hereabout seventeen years ago, and took his tseat on the*bench, and on the departure to Europe of the late lamented ^Srr "F...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 3 October 1844

Windsor. TO BUTCHERS, CONTRACTOR8, AND OTHERS. FA.TP © & T T 8. g . MR. LABAN WHITE has received j instructions from the COMMIT- I fISil OF MANAGEMENT of the j '. HAWKESBURY BENJEV.OLENT SOCIETY," to submit to Public competition, at OLA- I UeN pOaN. on MONDAY, the7ih OCTO- j DEP., INSTANT, at l^o'clock,. ! so Head of Brauded 4 D, in lots to au.t purchj&eis. TERMS AT SALE. Wiiidsor, ?nd Oct. 8 »4 |r WIN usou. A sure Investment. HaH-SGCgISSY'S . ^®®@êK. MR. LABAN WHITE has murh pleasure in announcing to the Pub \ia, tuât'fae bia been instructed to submit to competition, on SATU KOAY, the lSith OCTOBER, I St 1 for 2 o'clock, on the Ground, j FIFTEEN VALUABLE c jmprising' a portion of the above PFCUU»RLY s tuated Property .adjoining those of F.BEUDEK, i SQ, «nd MR. JOHN ALLEN. L. VV*. >s almost ready 'to admit his inability IO compote the value of the above j PROPERTY far less to describe the innumerable advantages it possesses. To attempt it would only oe like shewi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 3 October 1844

T fi it Ai 5 . Tnt HAWIESBUHY COVBIBR viii continue to be pub* tithed eve>y Thursday morning, in Windier and Richmond, and forwarded to all patts of ike Vctintry, the terms of Simscnimov tere St, per Quartet and Subtcribrs not mitten tin either of the above towns must ray in advance. The 'quarters end on Vie last Thursday in die monthtot Marok, «une, september n d Detmbt , on which dayí only, or previous to th*J'allotting llandaff «on resignatims be receive i, which must be uccontyanitdify gwjr* ment fall mourn dui. The ch ttjiet for A DVERTISEMCKTS or« : Fer tke first inch 3s. ; and for every inch of space after, at the rate of ls. for each insertion ; o. dthe num ber of times to be / unlisted must 6» written on the face af the manuscript, or the advertisements soill be continued HU cmntermandei. Kon-subscvibers must >ay the amount previous to the insertion of their advertisements, tuhich must be sent before twelve o'clock n un, on Wednesday, and o den to withdraw not laur th...

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Original Correspondence. To the Editor of the Hawkesbury Courier. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 3 October 1844

Original Correspondence. Tú1 the Editor of the Hawkesbury Courier. SÏH,--Will yoi permit me to refute, through your columns, a statement*that it appears has been made'against me, that I had used most intemperate language towards Mr W. G. Burgis, on the occasion of hi« putting in an execution against roe for bia ; rent.' , ¡ I know not the author of the calumny ; but I beg leave to state that 1 always met Mr. Butgis as a friend. I am, Sir, Your's, obediently. C. A. DIBOIN.

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SAYINGS AND DOINGS OF THE Legislative Council. TUESDAY, SEPT 24. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 3 October 1844

-SAYINGS AND DOINGS OF rHE Legislative Council, i TOBSDAT, SEPT 24. There being only eleven member« present, at twenty minutes before four o'clock, the Council adjourned till the following day. WEDNESDAY, SUPT. 25, Various petitions were presented in favor of the system of education recommended by the Council, as follow:-Prom the inhabi tants of Maitland, by Major Wentworth; from the inhabitants of Macquarie Ward, Sydney, by the Colonial Secretary; from the Rev. John Saunders, and members of the Baptist Church, Sydney, bv Dr. Ni cholson ; from the inhabitants of" Berrima ; *\so from the inhabitants of Hartley, by Dr. Lang. The following petitions against the sys tem were presented :-From the officiating minister of Scone, and certain inhabitants of that district, by Capt. Dumaresq ; from the inhabitants pf the district of Hunters Hill, by Mr. Cowper Dr. LANG presented a petition from cer tain citizeus of Sydney, praying that the municipal qualification, with regard to the, period of...

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GARDENERS' & FARMERS' CALENDAR. OCTOBER. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 3 October 1844

GAuDËNElli' ¿¡ Fàil.UHUS' CAL ¿N u Ait. OCT' BER. Th* Carden.-Hill «nd clean potato0«; «ow pn«« and beuna, oabbag*, French beana ; trans« plant capsicums, chill ¡es, and egg plant; guard against insects ; clean the garden throughout. The Orchard-f.a Taint and trim young grafts ; thin the fruit on peach, nectarine, apricot, and aU mond treea. The Field -Plant maize without delav.

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Court of Requests. £30 JURISDICTION. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 3 October 1844

Court of Requests. ?- £30 JURISDICTION. Before his Honor R. Therry, Esq , Com*, missioner ; and Joseph Smith and .John, 0 Del), Esq r.s., Assessors. Mr George Seymour, brought an action against W. Cox, Esq. Warden of the Dis»' tri ct Council, to recover a sum of money Hoe to him by that body for rations sup»'' »lied during several months pa«t to the Messenger of the Council. His Honor statöd he was of .opinion that the Wardell was not responsible-but would reserve judi'm^nt, and would, give, the subject that consideration which th« importance of the csse required-as it would be a great hard« ship for Mr. Seymour to be a loser hy placing implicit confidence in a public bpdy. 1 JEREMY DIDDLER REDIVIVOS -Clough t». Í Burgis »This was a serio comic affair, in which several parties had been victimised by \ hoary headed sinner named Whitehill or Wittie, who was formet ly a ticket. oMeare hoider in this district, carrying on the trade of a carrier ln'more senses than one-not only carrying ...

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Van Diemen's Land. (From Murray's Review, 31st August.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 3 October 1844

Van Diemen's Land. (From Murray s Review, 3Ut August.) On« of the most important Public Meeting:« «ver held in Britain, took place in London on tb« 20th March It« object was to effect the separation of the Church from the State, by rendering the emoluments ot the Clergy " Vo luntary." Several Peers and Members of tbe House of Commons, dignified Established Church clergy, and upwards of one thousand respectable persons were present. '1 ha chief speakers pre sent were Mr Craufurd, M. P., Dr. Bowring, M. P , the celebrated Theologian F. L. Cox, D.D. and L. L. D , Mr. Leader, M P.. &c. The spirit of the ideetiug will be understood from the following resolutions which were passed by ac clamation : 1st Resolved, that this Meeting believing the interference ot the State in matters of religion io be repugnant to the spirit end precepts of chris i tiaoity, an usurpation of the rights sf consci -, .¿é\ . -, -. 1 '.--rr erice, the source of innumerable social, political «nd religions w...

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China News. (From the Friend of China, May 11.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 3 October 1844

China News« {From the Friend of China, May M.) Mr. Davis landed on Wednesd «arly in the morning, and was recei* trith the honors due to Iiis rank. th« same day he was sworn into of before the Legislative Council. Hi« Excellency commences hi* .( vemment under the most favorable ; «pices, and* «ve trust he will long lu that responsible oflS e, creditably himself, and beneficially to those win interests he is pledged to protect. 1 brings with him the component pa of the usual establishment of a «rn colony, consisting, it is to be supposi of gentlemen fulJy qualified for t otlieës they respectively hold; men practical experience, methodical habi and suavity of address. His Bscellen will never have to contend »li t difficulties experienced by hiär pred ccssor. Sir Henry Poi linger, wjio n only had to establish the colony avitho being supplied with the usual mod {guide, in the shape of printed insini lions from the Colonial OflSce,containii orders clearly defined, as to almost eve particu...

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"HAWKESBURY COURIER." THURSDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1844. IMPORTANT!! The State Trials. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 3 October 1844

THURSDAY, 0CTÚBÍSR 3, 4844. x , . ». *,A_ * _ IMPORTANT !! The State Trials. W £ slop the Press to announce, that b] the ABBERTON, which reached Por Phillip, previous to the sailing of tlx SHAMROCK, which arrived in Sydney or Tuesday night, the result of the Iris!; State Trials has been received. THE SENTENCE. 41 The Court are of opinion that Mr, O'Connell must be sentenced to be im. .prisoned for the space of twelve calendm months-that he must he fined in the sum of £2000 (sensation)- and that he must enter into security, for his good behaviour for seven year«: in the sum of £5000, in two securities'of £2500 each. With respect to the sentence on the next,and the remainder of the travyAei|| the Court should award the same ainfraWef punishment to each namely..that each be imprisoned for nine calendar months: that each of them do pay a fine of £50, and that they also, and each of them, tenter into security to ke*p the peace for the same term of seven years, in the sum of £1000, in two...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 3 October 1844

AND General Printing Office LETTER-PRIÎfcS PRINTING of every description performed with neatness and dispatch, at moderate prices. August 8, 1844. Stationery. AT THE OFFICE OF THIS Paper, STATIONERY, CONSISTING OF, I.tid Foolscap Klue wove do. Do. colored do. Folio Post Quarto do.' Do. do. Tinted Blotiing Drmy Plain and Tinted Card« ??? Quills Black Lead Pencil* Jnk in bottles. ,

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 3 October 1844

The mortal remains of Sir James Dowling were consigned to their resting place on Monday Excellency the Governor and most of the Civil Officers attended. The Procession when it reached St. James' church, numbered 76 carriages. Any further eulogy would be superfluous.            

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Berrima Races. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 3 October 1844

Berrima Races. FIRST DAY -^BERRIMA TO^N PLATE-Jor rocks, Dunn, walked over. This old champ ion of the race course frightened all ; none dare meet him; he was in rare condition, and was the admiration of all, yet roany regretted that he was not met, in order that the country folk might have had an oppor tunity of seeing his reel style of going. SECOND RACE-MAIDEN PLATE. . Mr. Hurley's b. f. Greenmantle .... .1 2 'Mr. Rouse's b. c. Talisman ........ 2 3 Mr. Morley's b. p. Minimus."3 2 ; This was a well contested race, buttha Campbelltown filly was too much for the colt ' and the pony, although both ran well. The colt was all astray, and should not have been brought out; he was bled but a abort time before, was running at the nose, and had a severe cough ; indeed he was more fit for the hospital than a race course. Little Mi nimus proved himself a first-rate one for his inches, and may truly be called the best pony in the colony. THIRD RACE-THE WELTER STAKES. Two mile heats Captain Edi...

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Varieties. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 3 October 1844

Varieties, lilies or BBEB AT BOTANY BAT. The author of Tales of the Colom .gives the following amusing sketch ol Botany Bay Boniface :-" * Ghss i>eer,' said f. * Nothing under a bottl< -said the landlord. ' How much do .your-bottle hold?' said I ; for it was n .cessary to be cautious in dealing wi those town chaps. 'Just the same as England,' s iid he, showing a bottle wi ** Barclay1^ bottled stout* marked on tl label. It's true, my heart did warm the beer* and quite forgetting to m the price, Ï said, with a sorter'glee, *oi *.viih the cork.' It was out in a twinl -ling. That drink was a prime one, ?must say, if I never have another. . Tali -a glass yourself.ldudlord,'said f. * Wii pleasure,' said he, and filling it slowl lo the brim, ' your very good health «aid he to me. " The same to you,' sai I, filling another. He filled his at th -same time without waiting to be invited . How do you like it V said he. ' Nev« drank better in my life,' said 1; f what' to pay V * Ha...

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General Education. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 3 October 1844

General Education. Aa Mr. ROBINSON intends bringing1 under the consideration of the Council to-mor row, (Friday, 4th ins'ant,) a series of Reso lutions founded on the Repor' of the Select Committee appointed to inquire into and Report upon the state of EDUCATION^ in this Colony, and to devise the means of placing the education of youth upon a basis suited to the wants and wishes of the com munity-we will offer a few observations on this important and interesting subject -a subject of vast moment as to its results with reference to the highest interests of the community. In entering in ö this question there are four points to be considered, namely :-the class of persons to be edu cated :-the kind of education that should be imparted :- how the desired object is to be effected without interfering with ihe religio js scruples of parents and guardians : -and, whence thc funds are to be derived for carrying out that object. The educa tion of the offspring of the poorer classes who are ei...

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District Council. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 3 October 1844

District Council. A meeting of the Windsor District Coun cil will be held this day, for the purpose of taking into consideration the propriety of presenting an address to bis Excellency the Governor, praying that hf» would be pleased to place the sum of £345 16< ljd. being the amount claimed by the Officers of the Council aud others, for salaries and ser vices , on the Estimates for 1645. and . for preparing a Mémorial to the Honorable the Legislative Council, requesting their sanc tion of the samé. We should stiongly advise the Members of our local Coom H not to place too much'dependence upon so fraila reed--but at once to appoint a Treasurer, so that the funds now lying in the Trea sury may be forthwith made available. They Would do well to consider the old adage .' a bj i'd in the hand is worth two in the bush " Although there may be some hesi tation in appropriating the funds fi om the tolls to any other purposes but the lioads. they have the' example of the Parramatt...

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