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MONTHLY PHASES OF THE MOON. OCTOBER. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 10 October 1844

NOHl'HLr PH Aï Ei OF THE HOON, OCTOBER* D. H. lt. Last Qunrter.5 53 past 3 Morning* New Moon 28 " 9 " First Quarter.19 20 », 1 " Kuli Moon .26 9- .. 3 Aftfraooav

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, 13th Sept., 1844. OGO PATTON LICENSES. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 10 October 1844

Colonial Secretary'* Office, Sydney, 13th Sept., 18*4. OOO PATTON LICENSES* At eieren o'clock of Thursday, the l?tti October next, will be put up to Auction, st the Police Office, Hartley, the Licenses to occupy, under the Regulations of 21st August, 1841, the fol lowing portions of Land, for one year, from tbe 1st Nor . 1814. Further information respect ing the Land may be obtained from tbe Sur* reyor General ; and respecting the conditions from the Colonial Treasurer, and at the Police Office of (be District. The upset price of each Lot is £5 per section of 64 acres, t Georgian», 649 acres, parish unnamed, near Bummaroo, A bercrombie Uiver 8 Westmoreland. 64 > acres, parish unnamed, near Lowther Park, at the head of Antonio's Creek. 3 Westmoreland, 640 acres, parish unnamed,near Mount Blaxland. 4 Wes*moreland, 640 acres, parish unnamed, at Bindo Fiat, near the bend of Long Swamp. 5 Westmoreland, 95J acres, parisu unnmneJ, at Junction Flat By his Excellency's command, 1 £. DEAS ...

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Sydney Shipping News. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 10 October 1844

Sydney Shipping News. AKUIVÜD. OCT. 2-The schooner Harlequin* .Ga tons, Cooney, master, faom the Bay or Islands, New Zealand, the 14th ult., with oil, flax, timber, ¿fcc. Oct. "2-The brig Christina, 126 tons, Saunders, master, from Port Phillip the 25th instant, with a general carao. N OCT 3 -The barque Proteusi 254 tons, Geale, master, from the whale fishery, with 680 barrels sperm oil-left Sydney 14th Aug. 1842. OCT. 3-The brig Dorset, 82 tons, Walsh,.toaster, from Adelaide the 26th n.t. with lead ore, &c. Oc£. ;4-The brig William, 149 tons. Thom, mastery from Launceston the 28'.li ult. with wheat, &c. OCT. 4 -The schooner Cfieerfut, 123 tons, Patrick, master, from Manila the ^th June, with aiigar, tea, and cigars. 1 * OCT^S -The steamer William the Fourth, 53 tons, Wiseman, master, from the Clarence Uiver the 2nd inst, with hides.sheepskins, «Sic. OCT 1 ^-The schooner Ariel, 147 tous, I Preston, waster, from Port Nicholson New Zealand, the 11 th September, with bl...

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From the Gazette. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 10 October 1844

From the Gazette. PROVISIONS, &C.,M EBTON ANO MI'SWELLB^OOE, AND SCONE AND MURRURUNDI.-The Contractor for turnislii ig Supplies, &c.,for tbe Colonial Service, in tb" Oistric s bf Merton and Muswellbrook, and S Jone and Murrurundi, baring, according to agreement, given three months dorice that his Contract will terminate on tba 30tli November, 1844 : - Notice ia hereby giren that Tenders w di be received at this Office, until Monday, the 28th j day of October nest. Ht 13 o'clock, for furnishing from the 1st to the SUt December, (844, both ! days inclusive, the required Supplies; tba par ticulars of which, and ide conditions of the Con tract, are specified iu the Notice from this Office, dated 2nd October, 1843. The terms at which tbe present Contracts were accepted, will be found detailed in the GOTBIINMKNI' GAZETTE of the 29th December, 1843. Persons tendering, or their Agents, are requested to attend at this Office, on the dav appointed for opening tbe Tender*. Colo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 10 October 1844

AND General Printing Office LETT ER-PR líSS PRINTING of every description performed with neatness and dispatch, at moderate prices. August 8, 1844. A' Stationery« *--o ©SS T THE OFFICE OF THIS Paper, STATIONERY, CONSISTINO OF. Lnid Foolscap Plue wove do. Do colored do. Folio Poat Quarto do. Do: do Tinted Blotting Demy Plain and Tinted Carda Quills * Black Lead-Penoila ; Ink ijl Uotdea. ' .bealing"-Wax '"'" ..""""* ' Waters To be Let, THE LANÖ near WINDSOR, part of ** MARSDBN'S 900 Acre Grant.** belonging to MB BEDDICK, and now tn tb» occupation of Mn. GfcOiiQB SBVMnuh ns Tenant thereof. For terms n(i|lv~-io Mr. BEDOEK, or to Ala. L WHITE, A uct:¿neer, Windsor» Notice* Persona ara otutionrU ttom trexptsaing on lbj» above LAND cutting down or removing 'b* stand ing or dfrad Timber tlier- ou Any jinrty inwiljrttHj will be rewarded on application to Mit. REDD a» TO STAH», ^H4S SEASON, AT HOBARTVILLE, THE FOLLOWING USEFUL HORSES .*~* FARMER, A CA HT HORSE HY CHRISTMAS; A C A fl T HOHSS B...

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"HAWKESBURY COURIER," THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1844. General Education. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 10 October 1844

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10,1844. r j Mfr, ;"iíií fri "i 'f¡ . f ? General Édacatioa», f^vn readers will pArceivö'.'uy óarsStimm of the proceedings of the Legislativíe. Coun that the all-important question of GE BM. EDUCATION was partially discussed Friday last.: Mr. Robinson moved his sei of Resolutions, embodying the recoram datons of the Select Committee appoin to inquire into and report upon this subje The main questi- n . for discussion hine on tile second of those resolutions, which i as follows :-" That it is adrisabïê to inti duce Lord Stanley's system of National r ( cation into this Colöny." Mr. Rob:ns after advocating the education of the peop as the chief means of preventing crime, wi on to shew the advantages of a general 01 a denominational system, and concluded observing, that the only one which coi be carried out in this Colony .^-with e ciency, was that which the Committee i - commended Mr. Young, wîit» seconded the motic also spoke in favor of the proposed systei '"being ...

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Exportation of Horses to India. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 10 October 1844

Exportation of Horses to India. ' ' _ .:. fr IT is with much gratification that we give from the BENGAL HURKARU, the particulars of the result of the export of horses from 4 h is colony, by Messrs. Smith vnA Roberts, in January last. ' They will be found in fhe first page. It ceriainly proves that a rea sonable amount of business in horse flesh could be carried on with the Indian market . We look forward for the account sales of those last exported; by Thomas Icely, Esq., M. C., the Messrs. J. and W. Macarthur, Campbell, and Johnstone, with no slight hope that the result, on the whole, will be fully as satisfactory. ^

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 10 October 1844

Baker, Confectioner, % SUFFOLK S* BUILDS N-G S, I ' ¿EORGE STREE r, WINDSOR," RESPECTFULLY begs leave to ac quaint the- Inhabitants« that he has commenced Business in the above Brauche», and solicita a portion of public support. He particularly directs attention to his CONFEC TIONERY, which will invariably be found of | I tba choicest description. the GROCERIES ere warranted to be ifae I best that can be procured in tba Colony, and will be disposed of at th a lowest prices BRIDE, CHRISTENING AND FUNERAL OAK KS, ' M «DE TO.OBDBtt ON THU ellORTtSr NOTICE. Oct. 9. WDIFàlE>§®fô Furniture Warehouse, . (Late Boulderson fy MacdoneWs.j VINCENT GEO. WILLI AM^.begs leave to inform the Inhabitants of WINDSOR, , and iii» surrounding District, i bar be has opened IN THE AMOVE BUSINE>S lenore be will liar*»" . FURNITURE of the very best description-constantlv for S i LE .«this SHOW ROO .tl \ at auch prices to sui; 'ihe tiraea. t V. G. vt. will co iduct FUÑERA LS in tbe Very best manner, and...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 10 October 1844

TERMS. Thf HAWKESBURY COURIER will continue lo be pu* tithed eve<y Thursday morning, in Windtor and Richmond, and forwarded lo all parti of the Country. The terms of St BSCHIPTION are 5s per Quarte^ and Subscribers not resident in ehher of the above towns must pay in advance. The quarters end on the tust Thursday in the months of March, June, September, a»d December, on which days only, er precious to the following Monday can retignatims be received, which must be accompanied by pay» vient if alt monies due. The ch ir ge» fof ADVERTISEMENTS are: For thu first inch. 3*. ; and for every inch of smee after, ut the rate of it. for each insertion ;a d the num ber of times ta be ¡ublishtd must be mitten on the fare of the manuscript, or the advertinementt will be continued till countermanded. Son-tubteribere must fay the amount preoiout tn the intertion of their advertisements, which must be tent bffore twelve o'clock «.WM, on Wednesday, and o< ders to withdraw not l...

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Bushrangers Captured [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 10 October 1844

Bushrangers Captured Charles Throsby, Esq., Acting Police Ma gistrate of Berrima, having received'infor mation that three men named John Reily,^ James Marshall, and Michael îloolohan, wtjo had for several months been committing dari ug robberies ou the settlers io that dis trict, and had the fruits of their evening's amusements secreted in two boxes on the premises of Reily, near Lupton's Inn, dis tant from Berrima about 30 miles,-tbjst gentleman lost no time in dispatching his chief constable, -Mr. Noel Chapman, two mounted policemen, end one constable jin pursuit of the parties. On arriving at Lujp* ton's they were not to be found ; and after a fruitless search for the stolen property, Ä^r Chapman determined not to return unsuc cessful. After making enqniiiesat Lupton'* as to the probable route which the fellows had pursued,the party «gain started, and On ai riving at Appin,they fell in with Hoolohan, whom they captured, and obliged him to ac company them in quest of his companion...

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GARDNERS' & FARMERS' CALENDAR. OCTOBER. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 10 October 1844

GAaHÉNER? & FARMERS' VALÜNOAU, OCT' BER. The Garden.-Hill and clean potato**; »tr P' aa and beans, cabbage, French beans ; trias* plant oipsicuras, chillies, jand egg plant ; guarí against insects ; dean tbe garden throughout. The Orchard -Komine «nd trim young grafts ç> thin tbe fruit on peach, nectarine, apricot, and si» mond tr»es. The Field -Plant ranice without ripiar.

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From the Gazette. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 10 October 1844

From the Gazette. His Excellency the Governor is pleased to make the following temporary appoint ment .-His Honor Mr. Justice Stephen, to net as Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of New South Wales, in the place and stead of the Honorable Sir James Dowling, Knt. deceased, until a successor shall be appointed , by her Majesty, or during her Majesty's ! pleasure. His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint the undermentioned gentlemen to be Magistrates of the Territory and its Dependencies, viz :-Joseph Haw» don, of Heidelberg ; John Whitehill Ste vens, Esq. of Cheviot Hills, Goulburn ; Boyd Horsbrugh.Esq of Brisbane Water ; George Hill, Esq. of Sydney ; Francis Blower Gibbs, the younger, Esq. of Norwood, Patterson River.

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Sydney News. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 10 October 1844

Sydney News. FIRE AT THB ROYAL VICTORIA THEATRE - On Toes-lay se'nnight, abont half-past sevet o'clock, Mr. Ellis, of Pitt-street, obsen-inj smoke issuing from a dormer window, ot the north side of the roof of the Theatre rnised an alarm, when Mr. Simes, the mana' ger, rushed no to the "ChandHlier Lo-V and jdjscorered a la^ge body of flame, whicli appeared to have commenced on th« floor ol the loft, and to be bursting up along the rafters to the shingles. The seat of the fire was amongst a quantity of sham horses. These horses were framed with cane and covered with canvass; the heads being stuffed with sea weed, and the manes and tails being formed with flax. Mr. Simes states that at the time he reached the spot, the horses were nearly consumed, and the dormer was burnt through, and had fallen in. Assistance speedily arrived, and fortunately a large tank, which is kept constantly full of water, being near the spot, the flames were got under, so far as to enable the men to see the ex...

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English Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 10 October 1844

English Intelligence. TALLOW, WOOL, &C.-The London sales are fixed to take place on the 6th June, end will consist of about 6000 bales They will be immediately succeeded by sales of 4,000 bales at Liverpool, consisting of the cargoes ofjhe Glenray and Colombian,from''Sydney Itnaum of Afuseat and Mary Lloyd, from ? Port Phillip. Excellent prices aré antici pated. New South Wales tallow is quoted at Liverpool at 36s. to 37s THE WEATHER IN ENGLAND.-There has been no rain since the 21st of April. The weather warm, with sharp frosts at nig-ht In many places there was ice on the 18th of May. This unseasonable weather was seriously injuring the crops. SOUTH LANCASHIRE ELECTION.-This contest, which has excited unparalleled in terest through every paît of Great Bi itain, has terminated in the return of Mr Entwis tle.the candidate of the agricultural interest ; Mr. William Brown, of the celebrated firm of Brown, Shipley, and Co., on the Anti Corn Law interest having been defeated by a...

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[?] THE ROADSIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 10 October 1844

We'je losing frtt the luggeged roof,, , '^T^^rl^tini^jBttSirB' and ringing hoot : Th^^lNh BUge aodiiîgh-bread teams, Will soon exist bot ID our dreams ; . . £od ^frtitig titil 3(jr áa|t^g>órii' * fie'èf cheer the night, or rouse thé morai. Ab! well a dav| no cracking lash, "No champing bit, co restless dash, *No I *' pull vp" at the «' Cross" or "Crown,** ''Mid ah1 the gossips of the town, ÎFor Time, with deep rail-roaded brow, Changes all things but horses now. Yejt who shall wish for nobler speed, Who would forego thé rapid steed ; Who that lovés Beauty would resign The winding road for formal "line ?" Tis joy to mount the lofty seat That bews ns from the city street. To lightly roll from pent-up smoke To singing bird and towering oak, "Scanning, despite our boondine haste, The forest dell and heath-clad waste. On through the valley rich and rife With fragrant air and blooming life, Where the clear brooklet softly flaws, "Kissing the lily as it goes, Where quiet herds lie down ...

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Odds and Ends. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 10 October 1844

Odds and Ends. POTATOES-Planled below three feet ?<do not vegetate; at one foot they grow thickest; and at two feet they are retarded two or three months. ZINC LABELS FOR GARDENS, &C. Slightly rub with pumice stone the part of the label upon which you wish to write, then mark upon it with a common lead pencil, and when the letters have been «xposed to the air for two or three days they are indelible. If you wish tn efface the writing, you moat rub the label with j the pumice stone, and, if the labels be- j «orne covered over with earth or oxide, \ rub your finger, slightly wetted, over them, and they will re-appear. Old zinc is preferable io new for this purpose. A cheerful temper, joined with inno ceirce.wiii make beauty attractive,know. ledge delightful, and wit good-natured. It will lighten sickness, poverty, and affliction ; convert ignorance into an amiable simplicity, and render'deformity itself agreeable,-ADDISON. prohibited by the demon of Cat virilst The ...

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SAYINGS AND DOINGS OF THE Legislative Council. TUESDAY, OCT. 1. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 10 October 1844

.?KpW$%;km DOINGS pF THiï Legislative Council TUESDAY, OCT. 1. A petition was presented in favor of the General System of Education recommended, by the Select Committee of the Council, from Muswellbrook and Merton, with 12i signatures, by Mr.. Windeyer. The following petitions were presented by Mr. Windeyer against the adoption of thé system :-From Muswellbrook with 123 signatures; from Butterwick, Seaham, and Middlehope, with 228 signatures ; from Ray mond Terrace with 137 signatures; from Falbrook with 100 signatures-; and Trota Paterson with 41 signatures. The foregoing petitions severally read, and received. " : Mr. COWPER brought up th? report of the Select Committee to whom had been re* ferrad the consideratioa brtbe^arriages, .Bitihà, and Deaths Registration Bill. " Report and. evidence taken before the Committee. Ordered to be printed. > ' ', Thé COLONIAL SECRETARY laid on tbe table two returns, relative to fees rèceived in the 'Supreme Court during a eertaiu period for s...

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Police Office. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 10 October 1844

prïan» were pieced »i the l^r.^haî^^b'lwiig drunk., and iu . disorderly iou»*, ktptfyßt pn ttkjiÚ Priestlev, on Mcgrath's Hi«,',pn^t*nd»y mpVttinjrJest. Oneof thew beauties ^ ©ely w uíbitaíS in ter erm* «' tb» fruits of faidteM«**," bot, displayed remarkable tinta of blue, yellow and greeni under ber right eye, wbicb, though not Wetly aa brilliant as tb» rainbow, or th» dying dolphin, ware, nevertheless, peculiarly Wteresting. Another " sobbed bei sorrow," »nu with . few gentle sighs ber grief foucd egress. The tithers (gen de creatures), war« too dismayed at the charge against their réputations, to gi»» utterance to their feelings, end stood " m filent woe." Aa the «barge of drunkenness could not be substantiated against Mesdames Connolly arid Mecgannia, they were discharged, buttha others, being, probably in the opinion of tba wor thy Magistrate, of a contemplative cast of mind, were ordered two boars in the Stocks, where thus. '< their virtuous meditations they pursued...

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Sydney News. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 10 October 1844

Sydney News, THE ACTING CHIEF JUSTICESHIP^ -Tt is with much satisfaction that wa announce to the public, the decision of the Executive, in the matter of the Acting . Chief Justiceship. His Excellency has been pleased to appoint Mn Justice Stephen to the office - until the Queen's pleasure be made known ;. and we believe we only echo the universal voice of the Colonists in expressing a sincere hope,, that the appointment will be confirmed by her Majesty's Government.-Australian. Tne LATE CHAIRMAN OF QUARTER SES SIONS.--An adjourned meeting of the Magis trates, acting in and for the district pf Syd ney, was held on Tuesday, for the purpose of voting an address of congratulation to William Montague Manning, E«q. on the occasion of his retirement from the office of Chairman nf the Quarter Sessions, and ap», pointment to that of Solicitor General, in the room of William a'Beckett, Esq\ promo ted to the Bench -Ibid. CAPT Atv STÜRT'S EXPÍDITION. - We (South Australian Regis'er) have been k...

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Parramatta. Quarter Sessions. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 10 October 1844

Parramatta. Quarter Sessions* The court commenced on Tuesday, be the chairman, Gilbert i$ltott, KsqM P. and seven justices of .the peace. Thomas Andrews and John Redfern, dieted for uttering base coin at Windso the 20th August last to Mrs. Glissa»», exchange for the purchase of a fig oft trncco The prisoners were acquitted*. . Georgs Allen% and Thomas Keaney,, ' dieted for stealing a watch from Mr. W0 Penrith. Allen was acquitted ; and Kef? sentenced to three yearn in irons. Aile ticket was recommended to be cancelled. Richard Cross, indicted for Jaree . pleaded guilty ; and was sentenced to months in an iron .gang. /'SSL<Z?SS2è. wfl£M£wM~ípím .H A. Way, fisq., J. P. (This case arose t «f the fracas at last Homebush Meetin Guilty of a common, assault, with a rece «nendatíon to mercy in consequence of 1 provocation given. Sentence deferred 1 Thursday. The case against Mr Michael Ganai .H s similar charge of. assault, on the sat jfay, was arranged out of court. Samuel Suice...

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