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"HAWKESBURY COURIER." THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1844. NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 14 November 1844

THURSDkfe SQVJÇMBSB 14, 18**. . NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. ,F. A&W* irUÏ prove BO acceptable Chips'* poii^jfit «ttber in J'roan or Ve j se. * We .Jail insert one of the pieces in our next ; n^soúáVe, we would siie^nt »hat tbn- iast verse of the Liues ** To Flora" require jre-tBodelling,

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 14 November 1844

"HAWKESBURY < Olliltlí," General Printing Office W a H ID 3 <L JB<» LETTER-PRESS PRINTING oí every description performed with neatness and dispatch, at moderate prices. August 8, 1844.

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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Varieties. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 14 November 1844

Varieties. OUTWARD CLEANLINESS.--What-WOT «hip is there not in mere washing ! per haps one of the most moral things a tn an, in common cases« has it in his power tc <Jo. Strip thyself, go into the bath, 01 were it into the limpid pool or running brook, and lhere wash and he clean ; thou wilt 6tep out again a purer and a bettet man. This consciousness of perfect out* ward pureness-that to thy skin there now adheres no foreign spec of imperfec tion-«how it radiates on thee, with cun ning symbolic infiuences.to thy very soul. Thou hast an increase of tendency tow ards all good things whatever« The old est Eastern sages with joy and holy gra titude had fell it to beso, and that it was the Maker's gift and will. It remains a religious duty in the East, liven the dull English have a saying, * Cleanliness is near a kin to godliness ;* yet never in any country saw I men worse washed, and, itt aclimate drenched with the soft est cloud water, such a scarcity of baths. -Sauerteig. T...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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Cottage Farming. No. 4. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 14 November 1844

Cottage Farming. : *ÎO. 4.. IN the three preceding numbers of this pub lication, ve have endeavoured to shew the advantages that would result to this Colony, under its present peculiar circumstances, from the adoption of a system of sublet ting, as viewed in connexion with the supe rior productiveness of Spade husbandry* Hr. FELMS, a Member of the British Association, "at Manchester, observed at ene of their Meetings, that " when tra velling on the Continent, he had fóun that «ven in those parts where the com petition for employment was, very intense, the subdivision of Land into small Al lotments prevented, the labouring classes from ever becoming so destitute as many -are in this country in periods of comme-, cial depression. In Saxony, a large pio portion of the artisans had small plots of Land, which they cultivated at intervals, an i thus were enabled to procure many comforts which would not otherwise have been within their reach.*' " ' The writer from whom we quoted in our las...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 14 November 1844

IllicitDistillation. THE WORLDIÎÏÏOULD KNOW IT ! THAT at the " WI NTS C ELL A lt s" linder the ** AUSTRALIA« DAILY JOURNAL" OflSce, (575) Lower George street, Sydney, are kept the best qualities of Wines» Ale & Porter. Purchasers can always depend on get ting thc same WIN ES, Ste, as the sam ples shewn, and at PRICES TO DEFY COM FETiTORS TO UNDERSELL. Particular attention is called to a su perior sample ! _ @!F . it M II MY a thing" so rarely to be mel with in the Colony. Orders from the Country addressed to J. G. WALLER, AGENT, Wine Cellars under the " A ustralian Dai ly Journal" Office, 575, Geojrge strect, will be promptly attended to. f?ydnev, Nov. 12. Horse Shoes, Colonial made. To JParriere, Store Keepera, Settlers and oilier a. COLONIAL-MADE Horse Shoes of every size, from Cart Horse to .Hacine l'U«, at UNE SKILLING AND Fi)Ult J'KN CE per MM. Orilers (|-o8( paiil) «rill be received by Mr. D. DINGWALL. fthllw,i«ht, ko, CUreu« .tieel, Sydney. A so, #re y description &am...

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Police Office. TUESDAY, 12TH Nov. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 14 November 1844

jLvr, Seqrs. ' * $ t ' : ^Michael .Mahoney?-chirged «Vlfh dninl iuuesa-was fioèd tea «hlUiogs ¿tut costs* î Charles l^ary-^r«*imiiaro1ftfnce-*-n{ timulcfiaa like sum. T William Richardson, eltaS Dusty-*nothf 'lushington-was sentenced to pay fir«* «hi (lings or rusticate in the stocks for two houri r William Bruce and George fiichardson .botb sawyer* residing atibe Knrrajong iWere charged with utteiiug couti teiteit coil ' District constable Bullock proved that b was at the public bouse of Morgan Carroll o ¿Tuesday week «t -about niue o'clock, whe he was informed a mau had been there au attempted to ai ter a base half crown. Froi the description given of the mun he suspect ed it was the prisoner Bruce whcot he inline ,'diately went in search of and found at Mi ; Blanchard's. He shoitly after entered int .conversation with him, and presently tnriiiii; : the subject began speaking aHoot inonej and dining the discourse said he (B une) ha< none ; Bruce said he had and put his ...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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SONG OF THE [?]EMPSEED. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 14 November 1844

. Wjd« and farbftthe Hem And biavtdv I'll stand on the autumn iatti Wheo tbejalna fl|^-t3i^^'i«03^ . «ind« have bio wk ^ - >_ -^VU'^ Man «ball carefully Euther me up¿ His hand shall rule and my form »bl «hange, -, ? ; - 'C ' Not as a mate for the purple of state. Nor iptoanght that is" rich and strange. But f »iii tome forth all woven and spun. ' With my flu« thieads curTd ia «erpëi length, And the fire-wrought chain, and the lion thick mane. Shall be 'trailed by me in mighty strengt! I have many a p'ace in th« busy world, Of triumph and fear, of sorrow and joy I carry the freeman's flag unfurl'd ? I am linked to childhood's darling toy. Then scatter me wide, and hackle me wei Pur a varied tale eau the Hempseed tell. Bravely I swing in the anchor ring Where the foot of the proud tuan comet not. Where the dolphin leaps, and the sea-wee c-eeps O'er the rifted sand and the coral grot. Do »ti, down below 1 merrily go When the huge ship takes her rockin rest. The waters may chafe, but...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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Supreme Court. SITTINGS IN BANCO. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 14 November 1844

Supreme Court. SITTINGS IN BA NCO. FRIOAT. Ni.v. 8.-Before their Honors the three Judges. Seymour ». IVisley -This was an action brought to recover from the defendant a cer tain amount paid by the plaintiff on his ac* count for cattle purchased for him. together with an additional sum for agency or com mission. Tiie declaration net forth a con tract .wherein it was agreed I hat the plain« tiff was to purchase said cattle for the defen ant at £2 per head, for doing which he WH9 to receive as commission 2* per head« To this ;the defendant demurred on seve ral pounds,'.but chiefly that « sufficient asseition of consideration had., not. .been mad** -with regard to the «(leged .promise ,«urlb/i, jfart^of. the^defendaut to pay th,e auMUinjt... ... . ' '. ' Mr bisher, appeared to support the rte* murrer «nd Mr. Broadhurst the declatatioh. Mr. Fisher contended that the deda* ration, should have contained an assertion that the amount claimed by the plaintiff had been paid by him for the said...

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THE [?] OLD SYDNEY CENT[?]EN. I. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 14 November 1844

ri! «og ya« «fine new song, ' "* Of the fine-O^raWñ Syáue^'g^iiÜertM, : ; f hjMW 4ónéHup of late I ~ -, > Who once renewed their Paper- . ^ Toa^b^^njgdate :_ _ ¿ V ©ut Paper s «tatíonnry now, , , And all deplore tbef4e- 1^,; Í Of the-fine Old Sydney Gentlemen, All of these thread-Jbare-times. ".: ll, ; I J They kept their gigs and carriages, In ease that they might ride ; . - > ; - And e'en when things looked very queer, .Tip live in style they tried : They barter'd Scrip and talked of Loans, And poverty.deified ; And though not worth a single rap, HHwy still kept up the pride Of the fine Old%dney Gentlemen. .Living io glorious Hines. «in. Somelodke'diipon their frien'd", in doubt, And said " they'd gone too far." And tried to carry on themselves, '13«'t found there was a bar ; With over-dues renewed again, They braved a paper war, Till at length they filed their schedules, Which reduced them to a par- . »With the 6ne Old Sydney Gentlemen, Xhing io these thread-bare times. TV....

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Sydney Shipping News. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 14 November 1844

Sydney Shipping News. Nov 6-H. M. S. Pistol 26 e»»"". Capt. Charles Talbot, from Monti» Video 16'b Au gust-Cape of Good Hope 19th September, and Hutrnt Town the 1st inst. Nov 6--The schoo'ifr Waterlily', 155 tons, Hayle, master, fruin Hobart Town tut» 30:1» ult -with sundrifK Nov. C - The brig William \4d fon«,Thom. master, from. Lsuoccstou the l»t iust.-whit grain, &c. Nov G-The steamar *'ait'ohd, 103 tons» Parsons, master, from Port Macquarie-with sundries. Nov. C-The steamer Sovereign, 119 tons, Cape, master, from Mururoa Bay. tba 3rd.inst-with wool, tallow, &c. Na». 8- The lt. Y. S. Wanderer, B. Boyd*'Esq from Boyd Town, Twofold Hay the 5th instant. tim. 8,-The schooner Edward, 87 tons. Tallan, master, from Boyd Town, Twofold Bay tbe5th inst-rwith wool oil.&o. . Nov; $ -The baiqu» ( tarendon, 431 tons, Grant, master, from Leith the 5th june and 4»úrt¿'Phi!üp the 3rd inst,-with part of her or-iginat cargo. . ityv. 8 - I'he American whaling barque ;Cjplwnbn...

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Original Correspondence. To the Editor of the Hawkesbury Courier [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 14 November 1844

Original Correspondence. Totke Editor of the Hawkesbury Courier ? SIR,-flaring reed ia your publication of (I S4ti» ult., a letter «igned .. ANI-BROPOS," I wi -«truck with (he excellence or the idea suggest« 'by that correspondent, and perfeelly concurrió trill» him in the utility of the acbeme lie propose .nd in tbe carrying out of Urbich you acera i .readily to have-co-operateü, I will also avail ni) eelfofa similnr privilege, and ba one oftbefii to contribute my mite towards furtbering tl desired object : and I think I cannot do betti in the present instance than pursue tbe aubjei $ie "Las ao ably started. Tbe appellation or name which a person hi «*er and above the Christian name, and which lu "been recognised as a surname (probably from il having been originally written over tbe other, -wai anecessary ^xpeáiftíí^graiii fyfr cfanú-** .the population of each country iiior*ä«e?.; fe without tbe adoption of audi en expedient, : would have been almost impossible to bav invented a su...

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AT THE POLICE OFFICE, GOULBURN. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 21 November 1844

AT TUR POLICE 0*F!CF, GOULBURN. Ar^y'e, 64* «crea, "parish unnamed, near Corowoiig, Lake George. Í?. Argyle, ti*') acres, parish unnamed, near CorowoNjr, L ke George, 3. Argyle, 8 )0 acres, parish unnamed, near Corow iig, Lake Ceo'ge., , 4. Argvle, 8 0 acres, parish unnamed, sear Corowood, Luke George. 5. Argyle, Cit) acres, parish unnamed, near Cotoworg, Lake George. ? '?? . 6. Argyle, 64» actes, parish unnamed, near j Tarlo, by ilic bead of Tarlo Hiver. 7. A'gvle. 64) «eras, parish unuamid, at Cutty Cutty Vang. 8. Georgiano, 640 acres parish unnamed, at Ka ga)uo)a, ai JL) amond Swami". 9. Georgiana, 640 acres, pa ish unnamed, at. Kiiigoloula. 10. Georgiana, 640 aerea, parish unnamed, at Ivxngalool". 11. Georgiana, 641 acres, parish unnamed, near Hulong, near Jiugbuggau -Ctetk, Aber crombie River.

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From the Gazette. OCCUPATION LICENSES. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 21 November 1844

Ajt;FJf veo ¿¿tair of.*fhuw3ay ib» i9ib^Ry:^( Peveril ¿d«ce« ^ara d, -tba Licè»s*s iP;4W^& under t*o» lt »{^tältma ©Ï tb»- a isr'Aaguit ;d»e following portí. na M \|^'d,'^or'>««êiyMjr| from il»» ..mt January ,ifi&á¡ ^^^p%.fie}ioíi respecting tie ' i «md may f te' obiBÍned from the Purveyor Générai ;%ml*reV^ ffrom ib» Crdoiiiat ir<-aiure'| arid «t rte- Polite Office of tine JJbnrïct, whew nb» auctions ar« *0 lal» place. ? }. % : ATvT ÍIE COLONIA L TJtE A$ Vft&$ YDÑEV. TL« upset price of each lot is £5 per section of 6*U acres, 1. Cumberl nd, 6<0 aires, parish cf We'der* burn, uboui four milpa aeuib»i«st of Cein^ball» town, t. Phillip, 800 acres, parish unnamed, near Monhrbeu. S. Phillip, 64» acres, parish unnamed, near Moolarben. 4 Phillip, 640 aeres, pariah unnamed,near. Lonee. - ? 5. PMHip, 6H acres, pariah unnamed, st Taloiby. 6. Phillip, 64:) acres, parish unnamed, near Moolarben. 7. st. Vincent, ?40 acres, parish unnamed, at Na rr...

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Sydney Shipping News. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 21 November 1844

Sydney Shipping News. Auiuvm Nov. 13-The schooner William 6*2 lon^ Freeman, iiia^t^r, from Mo'.eun Bay tût» 3rd instant, with c««Ur. Nov. 15-The steamer 'Shamrock. 2ÖÖ tons, Gtlwor*, master, from Port- Phillip Int* 7th, Laoncpston the, Jilh. Twofold :-Ba>^ thu 13th", and Broulee the 14'.b instant, with siinclri.'S. -? ..'' ' " . Nov 15 -¿.Th«' steamer William the Fourth, 53 tons, Wi e nan -inast.-r from th« Cia it nc* Uiver the 13th'inst,-with wool &c. Nov. 13-The steamer .Maitland, 103 tons. Parsons, toaster, from Port Macquarie th« 14th inst, .with wool and maizs. \' Nov 15-The ba qne Mary, 361 ton», M Donald, umter, from a whalinpvoysgV with 1840 barrels sperm oi!-ont 37 mouth?. Nov 20..--Th" schooner Oraiavu. 91 ton«,. Hay, fro ni Port Nelson, New Zealand, (he I5'h .October, with sn url ries. %* Ship to northward, and brig to south ward, at sundown, yesterday. SAILED " Nov. 13.-The «hip Thomas Loten/ Gra ham, master» foi London, with colonial pro duce Novt 13 «-The sc...

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The [?] Song. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 21 November 1844

ll t "i : 11 ;> ; Hori-a^^^lJI^SkVihe boumlles» bysh. Whftf^ we watHler «lld'««ri fjjee,* - El» r,ii«Wó«¿e fû rit, '»»iiUl «cent1* we Jove, Andire-st "«ííiiíi the gref-nvrooíi uee, . Who would 4»e^ï>fuiif3o I lie dull plough'd grouftid, . * . . - .Hutt rotiMrahttekiie bush Jilt* *», . Oo a prancing steer* wbose.ligltt'iiittg speed, Suits çoly tba bold arid-fret , , At. breaker dav. ive gallop awigV, * TJÖ the mountain's side go we,W Wjtete 4be 'wild bullb feed, fer thew we need, t A» food for the bold and free, The . $ui!s we chase, from their resting aplace, And follow them fast and free ; OVrvule and hill, we follow them still, Nor tire of the chase do we, X)ar tifies true, when the one we view, That we chase out paine to be. Are brought to bear, and OUT victim there, Lies dead "neath the greenwood tree. Our fire we make, and our ven'son bake, What prince can dine like we, Tho spring we quaff, and we joke and laugh And we sing our songs with glee, Th« heavens at ni«:ht, our ...

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Original Correspondence. To the Editor of the Hawkesbury Courier. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 21 November 1844

Original Correspondence. To the Editor of the Havoketbury Couriet: SIR,->Nut withstanding the universal com plaints that are mt.de of the depressed state of the times, the scarcity of money, and the low price which th» market afford* for the produce of the «nil. it is gratifying to ob serve that hope stills keeps industry alive, and that th» cultivators of th« ground so far from sinking tn despondency at the dis* couragtng circumstances they have to con tend with, are stimulated to hew and un wearied exertion*. The sound of the axe ; reverberating through the bush by day, anti the bright fires illuminating the gloom by -' night, shew that man t« biisyin extending Í his dominion over the wilds of nature, and is preparing new fields rrom which he hopes to derive the future recompense of his labor A person not bavins been in the settlement of the Kurrajong for tho lost six or eight mouths, were lie to toke a walk through it now, would feel surprised at the extendive alteration which...

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Pert Phillip. (From the Port Phillip Gazette, Nov. 9) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 21 November 1844

Pert Phillip. f From the Port Phillip'Gazette. Nov. 9 J For ituny a Jong day we hire been ai custqmed to hear of improving times, whil the ^merchant, shopkeeper, or tnechani found no real improvement in the state t his business, and lamented that any idea o good, times was visionary ; we deplored, bu we did not despair. We now write fullyas sured that the tide has turned-the ciou< has blown .over--and the great foundation: of wealth and prosperity are not affected bi the late temporary depression ; we stncereh hope to see th" day yet arrive, and that al* roost {inmediately, when alt classes will be satisfied.- tr was (ike children, to be afraid at the very first reverse ; could a new coun try acquire the stability of an established province at one leap ? No. We have been taught a le«son. which may be of use. We had unusual and unnatural fortune for the 6«"st year of the Colony's existence. Things advanced far beyond tbeir-legitimate value, owing to the abundance of capita...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 21 November 1844

TERMS . Th- 'TáwkESBtrnv URIRR witt conVn-e to h- putt tish'tl eve u Thwsdiu momin*, in Windsor uni Richmond, and for warded io all parte of th» Ctuntry. The terms cf Si BSCP«W>V tire ts fer Quarter} «ml subscrib rs not resident in either of the ahmt taunt must mu in advance The quarters end on fie last Thtirsduu in the mouthier March, June, 'eptember n d De tube , an which dette m'y, or neviout ta the fi.t oning Monday can m'gnati>tis be relive i, which must be cccomanitd by pay* ment if nil monies due. Th« ch ¡rees for ADVFRTISEMENTS are : Far ttre first inch 3«.; and for everv inch af space after, nt the rate of ls fr each insertion ; a ú the num ber ol' times tn be i uHitfud must be written on the fare rf th; mumsnrint, or the adotrtistmenls will bi continued tille untermimded. A'cn-juAioifo'i must fùy the amtunt previous to the inss'tion of their vtlve tisements. toft cfc must be sent bfore tn ehe o cio k » wi, on Wednesday, and orders U wilhd'itm not Itt r than AT Way «b...

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From the Gazette. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 21 November 1844

WfvhàoB ^JToTiii drÍ3»aríp¿ l||Brewá, Mr, ^üh«;jn«ríyí«*, Mr, James Hamilton, ?$*»\> M^Vtbtrr- Ediva rd *. M Bnde, ' Peter Murphy, fVÏer Waller Scott, Esq¿Ílr S. »tewart, and Mr, Whitaker.' " / HtC(iHoM) Thomas Ashton, David Bell, . Mr Thom ?« Kirk Jasepb Mues.. Mr. t. W. Price, Robert Wdiiams, and Mr. W-lliata Wood. ; . ? .

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Moreton Bay. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 21 November 1844

MofètonBay. Tlltfj district is,i» fit*t-t»te condition for thi wool season and harvest time, the rains, hav lng not only w* H filled th« creeks «nd rivers, but produced n finer and more luxu .ri«nt pasturage than had ever been seen there before. The year's clip Oom Bi {shane was estimated,as likely to be 3000 bales, A large punt or barge had commenced plying between B-¡«bine and Ip«wich, a distance by water of 55 miles; from the state of tb* road the. saving to }he wool drays from un loading at Ipswich« and slipping their loads on board of her was said to be ei ht or ten days. . On the 3 d instant the .steamer $Q wreign feuiatned another day at Brisbane to take on board fifty bales of .wool just brought down by the barge from ,Ipswich, Boiling down for tallow still continued in Bctive operation. Working men were re ported to be much wanted for«the shea;ino and barvfst ; the wages for shepherds..who were also in great request were stated at £20 with good rations. I

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