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India.—Sporting. SALE OF AUSTRALIAN HORSES. (From the R[?]ngal Harkaru and India Gazette, April 30) STUD OF MR. C. ROBERTS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 10 October 1844

india.-Sporting* SALE OF AUSTRALIAN HORSRS. tÇFratn tfw .R»itgal Hurkaru and India Gazete, April ,30/ STUD OF MR. C. SO BEETS. £ 9. rf. No 1.-The thorough-bred Eng lish ràce-horse Alumnus .... Bought ip. No 2-The thorough-bred race- ' horse Eucalyptus. Bought io. No. 3 -The thorough bred race horse /ftttVia-2000rupees .. 233 3 4 No 4 -The thorough-bred colt Sir TA'-IBOS-700 rupee. 81 13 4 No. 5 -Bay gelding George 720iupe«s_...._84 0 0 No. 6.-Bay gelding Plover.,.. Not sold. No. 7 -Hhesnnt gelding Mira efett-r600 rupee. 77 0 0 No. 8 -Roan gelding Romeo 500 rupees.... 58 6 8 No 9 -Chestnut gelding Swift W-7C0 rupees. 68 13 4 t* ' MARES. Nb. 10-The thorough bred racing filly Fancy-820 ru pee« _...'. 95 13 4 Nfc; ll -The thorough -bred : - racing mare Zepharine.Not arrived No. 12.-Grath.Not sold. STUD OP MR. C. SMITH. No. \-Euclid-620rupees.... 72 6 8 No. 2- Tramp-820 run««s .. 95 13 4 No. 3 -Hark a »/my- 700 rupees 8113 4' No. 4- 7Vo*-700* rupees .... 81 13 4 No. ft -Queen Bee-1020 ru...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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GARDENERS' & FARMERS' CALENDAR. OCTOBER. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 17 October 1844

GAUDENÈRS' & FARMERS' CALEN UAR, 5 ,e :> OCTOBER, ; Gariíen.--Hill «nd clean potato**; »ow opas »nd beana, cabbage, French beana ; trana» plant capsicums, chillies, and »gg plant-; guard against insects ; olean, the garden throughout. The Orchard -Examine and trim young grafts ^ thin the fruit OD peach, nectarine, apricot,-and al mond trees. Th Field -Plant maize without delay.

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MONTHLY PHASES OF THE MOON. OCTOBER. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 17 October 1844

MONTHLY PHASES OF THE MOON. OCTOBER. O. M. H. Laat Quarter..........5 53 past 1 Morning. New Moon.Vi «8 " 9 First Quarter ........ 19 2« ,, 1 . " Full Moon.26 9 ,. 3 Afterneon

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Sydney Shipping News. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 17 October 1844

Sydney Shipping News. ARRIVED. Ocr. 13-The ship Garland Grove, 483 tom, Robson, master, from London, thc Downs the 1st end Falmouth the 9th Juna, with . genetal cargo. OCT. 13 -The Government brig Governor Phillip^ J88 tona. Bovie, master, from Nui folk Island, with sundries. OCT. 14.-The schooner, Coolangetla, 88 tons, Napper, roister, from Auckland, th* 18th September, and Moorang i the 28th, with manganese, spars, &c, OCT. 15-The schooner Hawk, 115 tons, Brown, master, from Adelaide the 3rd inst, with wheat, &c. SAILED. OCT ll-The schooner Star of Chin«, Tinlay, master, for Porta Nicholson and Nelson, with sheep and a general cnrgo OCT. ll --'the schooner Maid of Afhe*w, Hews, master, for Hongkong, with sundries Ocr 1 L-The brig Julia, Robinsoo.tae* - ter, for Tahiti, with eoals and sundries. OCT. li-The «teamer Sovtreign, Cape, master, for Moreton Bay, with sundries. OCT. 15 -The schooner Ptacnler, Kemp, master, for Port Nelson, New Zeeland, via Newcastle, with c...

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From the Gazette. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 17 October 1844

Prom the Gazette» PU0tt6IONS,&C.,MBRT0N ASO MirflWEtXBItOO* , AND PcoNE AND MUBRVRVNDI.--The Contractor for furnishing {Supplies, óta..£or the Colonial Servie*, in the Districts of Merton and, Muswellbrook, and S lone and Murrurundi, b.ariug, acceding IA ¡ agreement, " given three months r.otioe that hie Contract trill terminate on tl» 3')tli November. 1844;-Notice ia hereby grv«n tbat Teodora will be received at ibis Office, tint il Monday, ibo S8th day of'October nsat, at iii Relock, for furnishing from the Itt to the Slat December, .«814. both days inclusive, tue required Supplies; the par« ticulars of which, and the coirtlitfoas «ft li» Con tract, are specified in the Notice from this Office« dated 2nd October, 1843. Tue terms at which the present Contracts were accepted, will be found detailed in the GovEnNMF.Ni GAZETTE of the fiiih . December,', 1843. Persons tendering, or their Agents, are requested to attend at this Office, on the day appointed for opening the Tender...

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New way of Preserving Strawberries. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 17 October 1844

New way of Preserving Strawberries. LAST Kummer, says a correspondent of th* Brido!. Mirror, I, by way of experiment, when the Strawberites were plentiful, «t tachad th re KC! s to their stalky and hung-up a few, which were overripe, to dry." 1 placed them inside a window facing th« south, where they remained from Juuo until March, when I tasted them and tba result was most satisfactory. The sweet refreshing acid peculiar to the strawberry, was in full perfection ; the flavour of the fruit; without any watery taste, was deli cious; it dissolves io the montb as slowly asa lozenge, and ts infinitely.superior to the raisin. The strawberry thus preserved is a stomachic.

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SAYINGS AND DOINGS OF THE Legislative Council. TUESDAY, Oct. 8. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 17 October 1844

SAYINGS AND DOINGS OF TH! Legislative Council. TUESDAY, Oct. 8. A message from his Excellency tile Go* vernor was read by the Speaker, intimating; that aa the bridge over the Co wp astuta ^liver vras on the chief line of communie*-* ,tion jai&h the .southern parts of the colony, his. Excellency would take measures for guarding against its becoming impassable. ^r.. WINDEVBR presented a petition fro« certain commuted pensioners, praying th« ute of the immigrant sheds with fuel andi rations till the result of their former petition should be known. The Af TORVER GENERAL presented » pétition from the Most Kev. Dr. Poldinrr the Roman Catholic clergy, and inhabitant of Sydney, against the proposed genera* system of education. Also, a petition of similar import from the Roman Catholic clergy nj en and inhabitants of Appin, Picto«# sud Berrima * The foregoing petitions wete* severally read and received. On the motion of Dr. Laug, a debite ensued relative to the extcneiou of th* elect...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 17 October 1844

Hiittmi AM) General Printing Office LETTEfc-PRESS PRINTING of every description performed with neatness aud dispatch, at moderate prices, August 8, 1844. Stationery. A ©S3 T THE OFFICE OF THIS Paper, STATIONERY, COMS1STING OF, Lai'l Foolscap Blue «ove ito. i)o colored do. Folio Post Quarto do. Do. do. Tinted Blotting Demy Plain and Tinted Card« Alemoraudum Kooka Quills Black Lead PenoiU ink in Bottle*. Sealing Was Wafers

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 17 October 1844

WINDSOR. Mk GEORGE SEYMOUR has the honor to announce, that he has received intrudions from SAMUEL NORTH Pe«, Police Magistrate, who is rumoring: to TO SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION, at GOVERNMENT COTTAGE, WINDSOR, on SAW DAV, the ïôth instant, at li o'duct precisely, as follows, Several Horses and Mares Milking Cattle . Waggon, Drays, and Carts 1 A Water I ruck Farming Utensils Harness A quantitv of frond Har About SOI bushels of Malis 1 A quantity of HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE j ,4nd several othar Articles too numerous to par- j ticulariae TKRHS- made known at time of Sale. ' Windsor, Oct. 8. 1844. j Notice. ALL PERSONS having claims against the Undersigned, are re quested to PRE3BNT them for PAYMENT, on or be fore the «sud instant. S. NORTH. Government Cottas;«, Windsor, October 9. 1844. liiiii Furniture Warehouse, (Late Boulderaon 6/ AfacdoneU'e.) VINCENT GEO. WILLTAntS.begs leave to inform the Inhabitants of WINDSOR, and the surroundin« D strict, that be has opened IN THE ABOVE BUSINESS where...

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Legislative Council Adjournment. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 17 October 1844

Legislative Council Adjournment. THE Council has adjourned to a somewhat distant day;-viz., the 27th November next M rv Windeyef's object tn bringing this ,010- *. tion forward, being to prevent the inconve nience that would arise to the Public, if the Council should be prorogued, as he feared would he the case as soon as the Appropria tion Bill was passed. Therewere four Com mittees sitting on very important matters, viz., the General Grievancès of the Colony ; the Public Works ; theinsolverit Act Amend ment Bill ; and the Court of Requests Act, all of which must have been thrown over to next C ession, as the labours of the several Committees were not approaching to a close. Moreover, it was judged prudent that the Council should not separate till the fate of the Tariff Bill should be known from the Home Government ; and in the interim, those Members who had to attend to their, sheep-shearing could do so, without interfer-, ing with the duties they owed to their Con-, stituents. * ...

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Supreme Court. CRIMINAL SIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 17 October 1844

1 < before bii fiooor:Me,J»0^;.9^Bit^^. J The following^ magistrates of the city, Vi«., John ôiïçhrirt,i Charles Falkner, Robert "í&nMV^a>n^|:Í^i|| Fanning, Esquires Î aa magiatrate of the teri itory-John Cunningham Maclaren, Esq. John M orri*, late of Windsor, charged with receiving, at Kurrajong, on the 4tb bf September last, sundry property boiboging to William Ball, knowing the same to; have been.stolen, was acquitted,' : Emanuel Phillips pleaded guilty to the charge of an assault on a female child, eight years of age, with intent, ftc, on the 3rd September last. Remanded tbrsentence. Oeor.e Robinton was found guilty of com mitting a rape on the person of Catherine ' M'Donnell, (s married woman,) at Port Macquarie, ou the 28th April last. Re manded for sentence. Jomet Flynn found guilty of having, on the 23rd September last,' wounded one Henry Sealy Clarke, with a knife, waa re-, mended for sentence. TUESDAY, OCT. 8-Before his Honor Mrv Justice a*Beckett. H...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 17 October 1844

TERMS, Thi HAWKESBURY COURIER will continu* io be pub» Ushed every Thursday morning, ia Windsor amt Richmond, und forwarded to all parte of the Country* The terms of SUBSCMPTION ure Ht. per Quarter; and Subscribers not resident in either of the ubovt towns, must pay in advance. The quarters end on the last Thursday in the months of March, June, September, and December, on which days only, or previous to the following Monday can redgnaiim be received, wldeh must be accom¡>uhitd vy pay» ment of all montes due. The charges for ADVERTISEMENTS are : For tke first inch. 3s. ; and for every inch of' snare after, nt the rate of ls for each insertion ; and the num ber of times to be published must be written an the face of the manuscript, or the. adoertitements wilt be continued till countermanded. Ktm-suttsa ilmi s must fay the amount previous tn lite insertion of their advertisements, which must be sent bf me tu eke o'clock niton, on Wednesday, and ai ders to withdraw, not later than Mu...

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Mode of Purifying Corn Tainted with Must. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 17 October 1844

Mode of Purifying Corn Tainted with Must. _ Mr. Hatchet has published a descrij tion of a process by which corn tainU with must may be completely purifiei with scarcely any loss of quantity, wii very little expense, and without requirin ?a«3/4^i>vious chemical apparatus. Til I following is his own statement :-** Tfc experiments which I made Mere confine I to wheat, as being of the greatest i in i portance ; but there can be no doub ! (hat oats and other grain may be restore to sweetness, with equal success ; and have also additional satisfaction fron being enabled to stale that the efficac of the process may be ascertained by an< person, in anv place, and upon an; quantity of grain,howeyer small. Fron my experiments, I am inclined to believ< that must is a taint produced by danif upon the amylaceous part of the grain 01 its starch ; that the portion of stare! nearest to the husk is that which is first tainted ; and that the greater or less de gree of must is...

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Experiment in Deep Ploughing. (From the Journal of Agriculture.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 17 October 1844

/ Experiment ia Deep Ploughing. . (From the Journal of Agriculture.) An experiment wa« made by thc Rev. J. J*fTray. gunbar, Hast Lothian, upon a .rmajj field,-which is sixty-five feel above, the level of the sea; premium, 'five sovereigns. The soil is sandy, rest- j ing upon subsoil of sand awl gravel of great depth, and *o thoroughly drained, by the declivity of the surrounding lands, j 'that want of moisture is Us natural defect, j There 4s but little difference between the ! -soil and the stratum on which it rests beyond what culture and manure have *rnade¡; but from sinking of gravel, tread j irig ofhorses, ¿nd pressure of the plough, j "beaten as a road, in short, from shadow ploughing, there was but little dèpth of -cultivated earth, and, «s «nall fucli .«oil* in dry seasons, the crop was scorched '«nd scanty. With a vie« to render lin's ïieîd fruit. ; ful tn any season,it was subsoiled with the Deanston plough, eighteen inches tleèp, and sown with wheat for crop 1337. The gre...

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For Farmers' Wives. INSTRUCTIONS FOR MAKING CHEESE. GLOUCESTER CHEESE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 17 October 1844

rNSl RUCTIONS FOR MAKING CH fi ESE. V GLOUCESTER CHEESE» In making Gloucester.cheese, as wei as the oilier kinds of thin or toast inj cheese, known as the Trentsidcand Cot lènhatn, the milk is poured into tin proper vessel, immediately after it ita« been drawn, from the cow ; but being thought too hot in the summer, it ii lowered to the due degree of heal bj the addition of skimmed milk ; or, some times, by pouring in wale«. When the I curd is come, it is broken with a double cheese, kn ile, und also with the hand, in j order to separate it from the whey , which is ladled off. The curd is then put into vätif wniclf aïe süDiftitted to the aciiori í pf the pres» for ten minutes or a quarter of an hour¿ unu' l'ie remaining whey is extracted. . ii is next removed imo the cheese tub*, again broken small, anti scalded with a pailful of water, lowered with whey; iu the proportion of three parts water to one of whey, and »he whole is briskly stirred. After standing a few minutes for the cur...

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ROMA[?] [?] [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 17 October 1844

"Bringt WOP aw! ty'^ Villi ali alic «o,rr)bre train.;: farewell, dear land 1 farewell my IjJlan Jiomel ? r ? ? TÏÏrou ne'er mayest know* POHAUE1 smile again 1 , . Al asl atas ] was it for tin's we trod Tlie Christian paths!-and "breath^ the rhrtsitati*« prayer ? ? Strike down these proud Oppressors . migî^ty Ood 1 These wolvish vultures that mylandra tear! 1 gate tijyin the, spa-^wbère as a child, Earh billow loVd me-as it lavM itu abbrev Tis crimson now-¿i's rush is while anc wild. And J5ea itiids srream-wliere tesl they found uefore"! ï gaze upon the beach, where banner* gav, Once greeted poor POM AWE and hei -son-; U«t"pirates stole iny pretty flagawav IrVhile-Britain stood-and wept--yet saw it done l "Proud "Britain told me should these pirates-send She would protect me from tlreir thirsty »hate; ' Alas-; p*en Britain's tiueen forgets Tier friend PÖMABE falls--and murderers rule her state"! "FarewellTAHITI! Onreajrain farewell"! When tulure tribes recite PCMAUE'S fall. The gushi...

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Varieties. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 17 October 1844

Varieties, Tiffi JEWS.-According to the di Tit prophecies in the Bible, the rhr log'sts have calculated That the . which God appointed to set the Chili of israel free is fast approaching, s of whom state that it would take p between ¡1840 and 1*50, while ot "fixed it from 1844 to 1847, PPFECTS "PttpDlTCBD ON A Pi InU TttltfD KY THE SOCIETV OT A YOUNG Gi -In the course of conversation a r was mentioned to me-as having occur in the experience of ri higblv respecta physician,and which was so fully autli licBted, ihat Î entertain no doubt of truth. Hie physician alluded to ha> patient, a young man, who was aim idiotic from the suppression of all faculties. He never spoke, and ne moved voluntarily, Tint sat habitua with his »at shading his eyes. The pl "flician «ent him to wally as a ren.ed treasure. In (he.neighbourhood a bea tiftil vouqggtrl of sixteen, lived with 1] parents, and used to see the young rn in his walks, and speak "kindly lo hu Tor some time he took no notice of ht but...

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English Intelligence. (From the Australian Daily Journal, Oct. 14.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 17 October 1844

English Intelligence. {From the Australian Daily Journal,Oct. 14.) TOE Garland Grove arrived yesterday, bringtag au enormous Mail, up to the 8th of June, the date of her departure from Kag« land. * , Iii the House of Lords, on the 3rd June, Lord Kinnaird asked the Duke of Richmond if he intended to take any further step res pecting the reduction of the duties OD woo) . The Duke ot Richmond said he would take an early opportunity of stating his opinions on the wool duties, but he feared the agriculturists of the kingdom did not coincide in his opinions, or they would hare had more petitions respecting the repeal of the duty. The Customs Duties Bili was, after a short conversation respecting the wool duties, read a third time and passèd. In the House of Commons notice was given by Mr. T. Duncombe that on the first night of the house resolving itself into a committee of supply, he will move as an amendment, that aa humble address be presented to her Majesty, praying that the execution ...

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"HAWKESBURY COURIER," THURSDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1844, General Education. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 17 October 1844

Uni ir VinIW THURSDAY, OCTOBKR 17, 1844, '. ,:^<Àiï,jJà\,. ?/«!'. - ' sss Gênerai Education. THE Debate on this subject was resun m the Legislative Council on Thur* last. ^fr. Cowper, in assuming; that the qu tion before the Council was,-whether Report of tlie Select Committee sho he adopted or not, went on to state reasons for opposing that Report principal of which was, that the inf mation they had obtained, particularly w regard to the number of Children unet cared, had been taken from false dd He maintained that instead of 13,000 stated by the Committee, the number < not exceed 5000. He could not consic the Report of the Committee to be found ou the evidence, as out of twenty-o Witnesses exanrned, eleven were oppos to Lord Stanley's system. In fact, genei opinion seemed to be opposed to it 25,000 signatures having been obtained Petitions against it, and only 4000 in su port of it. He should not as he had i tended, move any amendment, reservii to himself the...

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Police Office. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 17 October 1844

Police Office. SATURDAY. 12TH Ocr.-Before W. Cox, Efq. J. P. and L D Whitaker, Esq. J. P. Joseph Philip«-holding a ticket of-ieave for the District of VVindaor.was ehargad with being absent from hi« district without a pass. This man wa« apprehended in Sydney ou Monday last, by chief constable Shirley, and brought before Captain loues at Hyde Park Court, who ordered him to return to his dis* trict and recommended that he BUOUM not be again allowed « pass to Sydney ; and when on hi» way to Windsor per Hudson's coach*' he happened to meet Mr. Carrington, Soli citor, who waa returning to Parramatta, and who owed Philips £1 14s. for goods sold and delivered. This amount Philips claimed from Mr. C. ; but finding the " needful" was ant forthcoming, be bestowed ft few epithets upon him, the chief constable, and the Bench, which beiug positively sworn to by Mr. Carrington, the Bench recommended his ticket should be cancelled-and his property, consisting of rarious dascriptioas ofraerchaa cir...

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