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Oil Cake good Food for Cattle. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 17 October 1844

Cattle^ i. . : i - A correspondent of the Magnet. say* Ï have fon nd an allowance of from 2 tb 4 lb», of oil cn kt; to HI V milch cows, in wldtliou ia other food, to have a very beneficial effect on both til« quantity and quality of their, milk. They are never .fumed out, etther winter or .«immer, except for hall an hour'* exercise when the weather is fine-A fanners daughter sa v.s :-1 beg to offer my hutntiie opinion oii oil cuke for weaning calves. Linseed boiled, at the rate of on« gallon of t>eed to eight gallons of water, will, with a little good lard, be a wore-nu tritive anJ healthy feeding thnn oil cate«. Our rule for prepaiúig it is-one gallou of Ifn'seed stirred-itito fo\if gallons ot' water ; boil it a few minutes, and add water until it . is of the riésited thickness; thé calves will drink it waua ft om the pail and thrive well.

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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MONTHLY PHASES OF THE MOON. OCTOBER. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 24 October 1844

MOStaír PHASES OF THE MOOS. * OCTOBER. D. M. n. List Quarter.......... 5 53 past ï Morning. New Moon....12 28 " 9 " First Quarter...i9 21 " 1 ." Fal! Moon .......... 26 9 " 3 Afternoon

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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From the Gazette. PROCLAMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 24 October 1844

C»pri>i*<4»»nem1«(.ci G/ivetopr-iu Üiii>f ©wlié r«rrltnry of s««4Íb "Wales au<l it* Be»: ».enflencies, und 'Vice-Atltolial of tte fetme/fe* \ Is pursuance of the' authority in roe veáM by ? a ceiiaio Act of tU Iníperial ^tHaineritof Gtwat tfriuin and lwhnd, passed in the 5tb and 6th year of'liejr Majesty's IUí¿b; iutitnledj .»*' An Act! - (ofVgulntingtb* sale of Waat« Lund« belonging : t3th«*Çinpwn, in tbe - Au8^ do' ' tiftirby noufy and proclaim, that at Eleven o'cioqk of Wednesday, tb* 27 th day. November next^the: ' following Town and ^uburbBti Lots of Land will be off»*ed for Sate hy Publlo Auction, et the Po lice Officer, Brisbane; Moreton Bay; at the npset /'{.ricé affixed to each lot respectively, on the te nt« and conditions, and tinder ihe provisions of the above recited Act. ( Deposit lb per cent rOWN LOTS. * Upset price, £25 per lot 1 Brisbane, 36 perches, allotment No 10 of seedon 2 1 B'iabane,36 percbei, allotoieot No lt of «oction t S Brisba...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 24 October 1844

TERMS. Th* HAWKESBURY Or URIE« will continue to b» pub» tithed every Thursday morning, in Windsor (Wi Richmond, and forwarded to all parts of tht Country, The terms of Si'BscniPuoM ure Hs. per Quarte*; and Subscribers not resident in tither of the above taunt must vay in advance. The quarters tnd o* the last Thursday in the montktof March, Jun«. September, a< d Dcembe ,on which daps on'y er vreviout tn th« fol'omng Vontlau can rwgnatimi be received, which must be accompani d by pay ment of all monies due. The chirges for ADVERTISEMENTS of« : For the first inch Zs. ; a»d for every inch of snare after, nt the rate'of ls for each insertion ; a d tht num ber of times to be i uhlishtd must be written on the fare rf the manuscript, or the adorrtitemtnU will be continued till c ttntermanded - Kon-suhsr ihet i. must fay tH amount previous to the inst' (ton of I tor udve tisehierits. v>h'<th must be ertti before twelve o clark n ton. on Wednesday, and o< d...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 24 October 1844

WINDSOR. Ma. GEORGE SEYMOUR, has the honor to announce, that he hat renewed instructions froia >AMUKL NORTH, 1'SQ . . Police Magistrate, who is removing to BERRICA, TO SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION, Mt GO Y liftN M KNT COT IAGK, WIN DSO W, oh «A 10RDAv, the 26th instant, at ll o'clock precisely a« follows, Sacral Horses and Mares Alilliing Cattle Waggon, Dmys, and Carta ? A Water truck Fanning Utensils 11arness A quantity of good Hay AbouH 30;» bushels of Malia A quantity of HO U Eli O LD NJ RNITtj RR And several oiber Articles too numerous to par lieu lanae. . TERMS-made known'at time of Sal». WincUor, Oct. «, 1844. Parramatta Steamers. ALTERATION OF HOURS t TH E swift, comfortable, and safe Steam-Packets, Emu AND Comet, baying undergone eztensire repairs, will «em- , ateno« oh -THTJftSDAYTTHB 24TH OCTOBER, j to run for the SU MM RR MUN HIS as folio»« : . trota Parramatta at half-past 7 morning, 12 noou, and half-gpst 4 sf.ernoon. ON/ SUND AYS, From Sydnev, at 9 morning ; and from Parr...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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District Council. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 24 October 1844

District Conseil. Ay adjourned Meeting of the District Coun cil was bald on Monday, the 2 Ut instant,-** Present, the Warden," W. Cox, Esq, with Councillors Thompson, M'Qunde, Hale tad Cross. Absent-Councillors Fitzgerald and Tuckertaan. The tniuutet of the last rae«ting having > been lead sod cocfirm*d--two applications for the office of Treasurer to the Council, were received and read-one from Joh»! O'Dell, Ksq , of Windsor ; the other from Charles Whitaker, Esq Richmond ; the for mer of whom, after offering Messrs. Betts and Panton, nf Sydney, as bis sureties, wa» unanimously elected, subject however to the approval of his Jixcellency the Governor A letter was received from Stephen Tucker ma II, Esq. tendering the resignation of his «eat in that Council as an Elective Member. Mr.Cross proposed that Mr. Tuckermans resignation should not be accepted, for* in his opinion he (Mr.T.) would reader himself ^imùh,m fù&k:*o»»r w*¿ im^d Hurt lt «boula be received and sub tolled ...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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Original Correspondence. To the Editor of the Hawkesbury Courier. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 24 October 1844

Original Correspondence. To the Editor of the Hawkesbury Courier. SIR,-Tn a recent Number of the " Lancat? I find recorded two new operations in Op thalmic Surgery, which are so exceedingly interesting, that I am induced to trouble you with a brief notice of them for the benefit of some of your professional readers, who may not have access to that Valuable periodical alluded to. -The first is headed "^Artificial pupil made in the .superior eyelid.*'and was attempted io a case of obstinate contraction of the orbicular muscle of the eyelid, which had resisted every remedy, even the twice re peated section of the muscular fibres The operation was thus performed :-a small flat piece of wood, well oiled, was introduced beneath the superior eyelid, exactly oppo site the pupil of the eye, and a crucial inci sion made dividing the skin, the muscle, and the mucous membrane ; the external skin was then dissected off the four flips thus formed, aud the mucous surface was turned outwards, and f...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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[?] [?] [?] [?] [?] [?] [?] [?]. THE TEMPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 24 October 1844

*1p tfie fvenjng st.'r shone brilliant^ ï>ôrînîf w#m nnw^ sending TotlU^ N #«%H'!F»rVtaè being over) multitude :,'ZUwV^i-h|ldr#n;.; ; 8lbw1v tîiev vanis eway, tike rloiids over the valley of . Jo#*jj£ JBJÍÍÍ.',. the holy, ^mjde now peared tenañtless, with the exception ^-otMMwf«rv whoi-in a pensive è^d#loq wood, remained leaning a era in it «ooliimn. pf winch, by his death likest nefs, lie teemed to be a p»rt,. From gfddembroidered silks of Tjidîâ, jwlí constituted Wa dress, hts flowing be¡ otrlially silvered with age.'Jiis. stat stature and noble countenance, it v easy to conclude that this man v »mohsrst the loftiest of his tribe, .seemed vet buried in thonght when I ojbief priest, AssiK who had just taken "his officiating robes, passed him b\\ i marking with a sVile of masked m lignitv, ** Has Hopkin, happv Hophi ?Vgotton that his yoting and lovely w ls «nxiouslv awaiting hrs retnrn V ... .'.Ha..A.i»sir1Hreplied Hophin.atarU from his reverie ; »hen adding io a to of assumed tr...

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Police Office. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 24 October 1844

* ; Police Office. SATIJRO*T, OCT. 19-Before Willum Bowman, fisq , J P & til C. Charles Breaker, Dan Holland Margaret Mitchell, S ¿rah Oxley, John Harpur", and Joseph Carter, holding tickets bf leave for the district of Windsor, 'were charged by Constable Scully with being drunk and creating mitch noise and tumult between the hours of 12 and 1 on Saturday night, the I2fh instant, in the house of one of th« prisoners named Holland. It appeared thia was the anniversary of Holland's birth lay, who had m<*rê|y asked some of his friends to a Hille jollifica'im, when thé im wei rom» knock of Coustable Scully was heard, which, however, was not responded to by the jnllif revellers, in the way the " trusty guardian of the night,'* wished Holland, who ts a blind mao, and was fined in the small sum of 5s., owing to the good character for industry the chief constable gave him ; and the others, wiare discharged with a.suitable jad monition ' from' the Bench not to appear again...

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From the Gazette. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 24 October 1844

From tlie Gazette. Tenders «rill be received at the Colonist [Secretary's Office until Monday, the 4'b ¡ November, at noon, for supplying the Colo* nial Government with the following articles, (ortona year, from the 1st January next,»nd further, until terminated by a notice of three months on either side, viz. :-Bedding atgl Clothing ; Stationery, and Ship Chandler« «nd iJQi\toétí*k Stores.-Each Tender to Jy* m*>kVd on the cover with the description of articles for which the offer is made --.Printed forms of Tender, and any further information that may be required can be obtained ort application st the Colonial Storekeeper*« olfi¿e.-Persons Tendering aré requested to bein attendance at this Office at tho hour appointed for opening the Tenders, LÎST of unclaimed letters lying at the Post Office, Sydney, for the Hawkesbury Dis* trict:-. ... WiivDStia î-Toh« Harris, James Irwin, Mrs. Martin, Mrs. Mitchell, Joseph Parkin son, Joseph Shaw, James Swinburo. George Thomson, Patrick Ward,...

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Original Correspondence. To the Editor of the Hawkesbury Courier [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 24 October 1844

Original Correspondence. « To the Mitor of the Hawkesbury Courier - S H,- t beg to catt tho ettention o f>f your correspondents, to aid willi'our anre, also, in the diffusion of a little ledge and amustia-nt, for which your Table Journal alfords a good med um. I rudest to -some who (mire both tin «hílitv, the propriety of publishing occasi a Latter or EMiy on some particular sc or >in»rary fcaiijtM t, which, if boca comm would, I hare DO doubt, prove an ii< fir otters lo do likewise; and though letter or essay mar ba nothing more t compilation from -different authors, it mt bettie less instructive or dt-vuid of in For this purpose,, and en^rtnining tbe boj "before lone, communications «rill «ante ing m from all quarters. I will now «V little space to tba " Origin of Surname -MHIIV glory m a name, without ktiowin; or wherefore, lite word M ^untam»;" alli derived from the French . eur nom mer," a» * ?-Itv jn^pp^HoB «ddp«! to ^own^nal :, ««irinatcB in à variety of Wnvs...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 24 October 1844

General Printing Office W a SJ 3D 8 (DIB o LliTTuli-IMlUtS PRINTING of every description performed with, neatness and dispatch, at moderate pt ices, August 8, 1841

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GARDENERS' & FARMERS' CALENDAR. OCTOBER. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 24 October 1844

G4lU)ENEä'$* 6) FARMERS' CALEN UAR. j OCf' BER. The Garden.-Hill and clean potato'«; sow pr-ba and beans, cabbage, French beana ; trana* plant capsicums, chillies, and egg plant j guard against irm*»cts ;,. clean the gardén throughout. The Orelérd.--Rt-mme «nd trim young graft* ; thin the fruit oa peach, nectarine, ajiricot, and ai« mond trees. The Field -Plant niaise without delar.

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The Late Floods on the Hawkesbury. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 24 October 1844

The Late Floods on tlie Hawkesbury. WE must, indeed, sympathize with tile ma ny, poor Tenants tvho have suffered so severely by the late Floods, having lite rally speaking,'lost their ail, and many of them with numerous but helpless families twining about almost i ri a state of nu dity-and without scarcely a loaf or a little tea and sugar, which ore the only luxuries' the poor industrious small settlers can par toke ot. Í am an old resident of thé Hawkesbury, and hove witnessed many'^ootí* and freshes*.--of the former we have!had non« for the last twenty years lt would re- ? quire a rise of at least 30 feet to causé the banks of the Hawkesbury to overflow,' par« tteularly in the vicinity of Wilberforib and Pitt Town. The last and two preceding freshes did not cause the River to rise' more than from 16 to IS feet-and yet th«* injury sustained by many-both LaHilords anti Tenants, amounts to some thousands of pounds-driving the latter class almost to a state of beggary. ! The loss sust...

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Sydney Shipping News. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 24 October 1844

Sydney Shipping News. A H HIVED. OCT. H.-The brig Z,o«isV 182 tm», Tucker, master, írom Hobart Towu the lita instant, with agenem! cargo. OCT. 18.-The steamer Maitland* 10ï tous, r^rrúus, linster; frmii Port Macquarie ¿ the I5;h i i<st.utt, with.wool, &u. 1 Ocrr .18-Tiie |»ri¿;'-'Fox.; master., * from Adelaide the '¿ at itiatftiit,.' with' wheat, flour, : : ' '-: O.CT; 18.--The batané Jane,364 toflrfajr-1 Ht thor, master, from the wh*le hsh^ryiwitii ' S'iO-barré.Uiap'rra oil. ?'. ' ' ? \ OCT. W.r^The b*vqsm:Zadu?.&aefatg6tf9..<' 253too?, ;Í3trtclici, ulster,.trow. tU» whale . lis he rv, with 300 barrels spéroiVuL-; ' OCT. ÜÖ-jl'be . schooner ::Çâu«Ùfytef%0 tons, Stratton, master, bom Tahiti tun loth August, V*vo« the 8lh Sept.,- ead- Fegt« Islandsthe 3rd October," with sundries. SAILED Oct. 15 -The barque #arróssa, Aus ti a, master, tor Litra, ia ballast; .. OCT. 17.-The schooner.ífat'OjBirkinshaw,* master, for Port Phillip, with sundries. . Pct...

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Ireland and the Irish. (From the London Times) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 24 October 1844

Ireland and the Irish. (From the London Times ) THERE is, perhaps, no scenery so uni formly picturesque for a long series of miles, and none, perhaps, the contempla rion of which excite emotions more deep andiconflicting, than that which presents itself to a stranger sailing down thc Shan non,-a river, which at the distance of 150 miles from the sea, is nearly 1,000 feet in breadth,which alternately expands into broad lakes and contracts into a moderate stream, which irrigates lands of the most diversified aspect and différent capabilities, but uone of them sterile,and all beautiful, and which as it approaches the sea swells into a magnificent estuary, whereon the whole commercial inariue of Britain might ride at ease,-but a river whose natural advantages have been turned to hardly any use, on whose broad bosom no rich traders float, and where very amplitude of space only indicates by contrast the inutility of its resources and the poverty of those who dwell upon its banks. The cont...

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"HAWKESBURY COURIER," THURSDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1844. Cottage Farming. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 24 October 1844

lôbttàge Farming. - IN an article which appeared m bürpul tfon Df the 12th ult., we suggested' the , fertety of large Landholders sub-letting . idle tind unprofitable Acres to"^ndhsti Emigrants on what are termed Clea : Leases : tlius assisting to f rm a most u das9, which are very numerous at ht particularly in Ireland, and known as tage Farmers." ' Although it unforlum is the case, that for want of a pn system t>f management, they are not frequently; in circumstances, much, if thing, superior to the meanest peasanl If any new principle can be suggested wi *hall be found bettor calculated to pron; the interests of a class such as we conti ~plate the formation of, than the old svsi which seems to be so pertinaciously adhe to, it is our duty as public Journalists, point it out ; and it is with this view í we now write. It has been repeatedly c culated anil clearly shown, thata moderate sized family may be supplied with corn £ vegetables from a single Acre of Land, un< j...

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Supreme Court. CRIMINAL SIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 24 October 1844

Supreme Court. CRIMINAL HIPS. r'TUrïiuDAY OCT. 10-Before his Hmo Chief Justice /.out's Breton-'was found guilty of havinj on thelSth of August last, bitten off t> top of the little finger of the right hain *>F one Thoma* Warne. The prisoner «rai sentenced tb twelve months' hard labour ii Parramatta gaol. " After the adjournment of the Court, a per «on named Turner wat. introduced %o th« Chief Justice, who «tated wUth reference lc the ease of Louis Breton, found guilty ol nutting and m urning-on the oath of Thoinai Warne above reported-that he had seen the prosecutor, who. was of unsound .'mind, bite the first joint off hts own finger in a fit of passion-being the act for vchich thB pri aoner Breton was indicted. ... .The, Chief Justice immediately.desired Turner to prefer a charge of perjury against Warne at the Police office ; and in the mean time directed,«hat the prisoner Breton should hfl ve the range of the gaol, and be. treated ?with every indulgence that the regulations...

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From the Gazette. PROCLAMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 31 October 1844

From the Gazette. _ ¡ ----- i PROCLAMATION. By Hu Excellency Sir George Gippe. Knight, Captain-üeiieralatid Go vérnor in ?hmf of the , Territory of Hew South Wales and its De pendencies, and Vice-Admiral ot the same, &c , IM pursuance of the authority in me vestal oj n jcertnin Act of if.e Imperial Parliament of Gr*»ai Britain and Irebwd, passed in the otb and 6tl¡ year of lier Majesty's Reign, intituled, " An Aci for regulating the sale of Wast« Landa belonging to tlie Crown, in the Australian ('ofonies," 1 do hereby notify and ptociaui, ihat at Eleven o'clock of Wednesday, th«* S?ih day November next, (li* fY.lowing Town and Suburban Lots of Land will be off- ed for Sale hy Public Auction, at the Po lice Office, Brisbane, Moreton Bay,.at the npcet price affixed lo each lot respectively, on the teims and »onditions, and under tbeprovi-ioae of the above recited Ac». (Deposit 10 per cent TOWN LOT*. Upset price, £25 per lot 1 Brisbane, 36 .perches, allotment No 1> of .pelio...

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MONTHLY PHASES OF THE MOON. OCTOBER. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 31 October 1844

MOStULY PHASES OF THE MOON.' OCTOBER. Da M. H. Lust Quitter.5 5$ past Î WorHÍng. New Moon 28 9 ,» Fi*st Quarter.'9 2> ,, 1 Full Moon ........26 9 " 3 Afternoon

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