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GARDENERS' & FARMERS' CALENDAR NOVEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 21 November 1844

GARDENER? S¡ FARMERS' CALENDAR The Gnrrfen.-cabbage and carro'S early ; French brillia throughout. tht Orchard - Young grafted and budded trees-raquis» «he (fire <e»t attention, j r>Dl>ve lavers of rose-appb?. anti suckers from ban'ti as. 77ií Fiefcl-H ir vest begins; «verv «bing »lieu Kl he m perfect readiness fir a'aokir.e-.

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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Police Office. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 21 November 1844

Police Office. TcfiSDAV. !9TH Nqr.-r-Jatne?. Beveridge «ras charged hy Mr.. Janies Roberts, of the Kurrajong, wrh com mit ring a breach of the Hired jet vanta* Act. i hincase was entirely void of interest-and euded ia the discharge of the defendant. Daniel Moran-charger) with robbery-. «vas »g*in remanded in order to enable the . Iref countable to obtain some propel ty from. Her lima which it is supposed is patt ofthat stolen by the prisoner. There were uo other case« befcie the Court.

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MON[?]LY PHASES OF THE MOON. NOVEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 21 November 1844

MOM MY PUA SE S OF THE MOON, NOVEMBEIl. D M tl. L«$t Qanrter.5 23 past ft Night. New Xinon ..........I'* 41 7 ., Fi st Quarter .'7 PA ,. lt Morning full Moon.2» 46 " 9 "

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

Sydney News. THE first Wool S»le of this year'g Hip took place la«t Wednesday, at the Auction Mart <>f Mr Mort, Geqtge street. Sydney, when we are happy to observe that the result waa favourable A lot consisting of eighteen ^aies wei'« .disposed of, at 1«« 3} I. pit' ib., exclusive*, of the woolpacks^ whi< h werè'to ?e paM for'beanies The' qn ijity of ihk wool wag'iuiperior. although tint got np in a ' first rate style. But notwithstanding ««me partial defects, the competition Wis keen, and the demand liberal. This may be re«« 1 »anied us a promising sale in the outset of - tue season The»e was also a flock of «heep, .onstJifing of 7,204 disposed of. at 3< ld. tier head, to be delivered after thi* year's ' lip has been taken nff their bucks, which it .qoivalent to about 6«. per head, including ill« wool, at the m »ike t pt ire. Theserestilt«, we conceive, are matter of nome congratula- '?? Mon to the colony in these times indicating, is th~y do, a...

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

PROCLAMATION. By His Excellency Sir George Gipps Knight, 'Captaiii-Ueneral aud Governor-ill Cldf of th* Territory of Ne« South Wales and its l)e I endencies, and Vice-Admiral ol the sanie, &c, ' ls pursuance of the authority in me vest«d by j a certain Act of tie Imperial Parliament of Great I Britain and lreLud, passed in the 5th «nd 6th rear of ber Majesty's Reign,intituled, " An Act ! for regulating the sale of Waste Lands belonging I to the Crown, in the Australian Colonies," 1 de I hereby notify and ptoc'aim, that at Ele ven o'clock I of Wednesday, uV 27 tb day November ««Kt, tb* i fallowing Town and -"uburban Lots of Land will I be off-ed for Sale hy Public Auction, at the Po* I ce Office, Brisbane, Moreton Bay, at the npsot price affixed lo each lot respectively, on the te nu and renditions, and under the provisions of the above recited Act. (Deposit ll) per cent TOWN LOTS. Upset price, £25 per lot 1 Brisbane, 36 perches, allotment No 10 of section 1 I Brisbane,36 per...

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Maitland. (From the Maitland Mercury) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 21 November 1844

Maitland.' r _ (From the Maitland Mercury J On Saturday la«t. reaping commenced in he neighbonthood of Maitland, with every . nrotr.tse of a bountiful crop of wheat We have never seen the country around tQiwfom t»o ,fTl»-i»|tapit farmers will have oo two» cbmplai «s f*r 8»Í th-'vielrl is concerned/ .. HINTON-Tne caterpillars have made aa I» »vor. with our crops. Nçtwîthstarding the statement of the Gi vernor that men in great tiuïnhejrà wer out'of employment in Sydney, we have coil sider4;ib!e difficulty in piocnring laborer for. our harvest. ' The wages demanded ti; those who will work are considerably abovl what* we can afford as the highest price w. have been offered for our wheat is 2* C l per bushel DUNGOO -»\Ve have the appearance of ai abundant wheat harvest, but reaping wil be rather l ite this season. M ni«- und to bacco are on the stand for want of rain,« hid has threatened very much the last two days.,but it is feared will blow off agair without falling. Grass is also ver...

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The Prospect of War. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 21 November 1844

làte Fro^fct of 1$sr*j terési which were engrossing tue nt\< tion of the English public tn Jillv h one <f the most prominent and excit was the bellicose aspect of 44 VO<J France," and the probability that pei wilt not long bc maintained. So lon» M. Guizot is the minister of Louis Pl bp, no collision will take pl ¿ce ; but 1 nation s evidently rabid ¡or war, and soon ashlie popular frenzy reaches stj a height as to influence a majority of 1 Houseof Representatives, M. Guizot u no longer have power lo stem the nea long,torrent,-he «ill be forced to reeig ind give place to. M. Thiers, the dcm iogue and expectant Minister uf ¡lie w pat ty. Jealousy and h tired of lîngïai seem io their direst malignancy to be t ruling; and pervading pa siousof this res h'ss, ambitious nation ; and the nation maiiia has found an apt expositor and u 'd^s'iiag chami^^nj.ii the person of tl ; Prince de Joinvilie. The old .\ a pule nile vision of destroying Holland thron« lier...

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

The Crops. THE continuation of warm, mild weather during1 the last week has had a sensibly be neficial effect upoiti thé crops. The Wheat rn many places is ' beginning to be slightly tinged with that beautiful golden tint so cheering to the heart of the anxious farmer, particularly when.he bas the pleasing pros* peet of its soon assuring him of an abundant crop. Reaping will in some places com menee very shorty, and from the' Istrge quantity of Land devoted to the growth of that grain, and the heaviness of the] crop, we anticipate that' the Farmers wilt haye to give a high figure. The Hay is pretty nearly all in and stacked ; but we might remark cn the blameable and long preva lent dilatoriness of many of our country friends in delaying to get them thatched? indeed it is a common thing with some to refrain from performing that necessary ope* ration until they cati thrash a bit of wheat out for thatch, instead of being provided, with it previous to their commencing mow ing, which mig...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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"HAWKESBURY COURIER." THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1844. Agricultural Societies. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 21 November 1844

THÜR|DÍ% NOVEMBER 21, 1844. Agricultural Societies. IN former numbers of - our paper, we haï advocated die es' ablisbment of «ii Agricu tura} Society tallis d strict, and daily ej perigee furnishes further proof^pf the ni ctffâiy for'Hie adoption of a^measuri', tl iopor ance of winch mast be acknowledge % aU who have given the subject any cór sideratïon. " The arts and sciences (say Sir Eardley Wilmot,) are necessary to th elegancies and to many of the comforts c fife ; bat I consider agriculture of para mount importance as the inundation of nati n's prosperity. Mother ear n, is kindly parent, and only requires ordinär attention to reward the industry of "he children." Agriculture is not only indis pensable to national prosperity ; but ts wni nen tiy conducive to the welfare of thosi «lin are-engaged therein ; but like all othe ar s, it must be studied and carried on, ac cording1 to scientific principles ; "so as k cause the earth to yield in tbeigreatftsi plenty and perfection thos...

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

Varieties. A WITLESS TO CHARACTER.- At the I <«fouce.ster assizes, a letter, of vUUh I 'following is a copy verbatim et literati was handed to the judge : -*. M y Lit -This {.oar boy ass whorct for Sîee «unit» time past & Kee whass nit «own for The least Disonesty & forod< fa i mers in the parish wheare bee ha iver add the oartactor for onesty Cat of otiesty parents Hut poar I remain jot most tanbie & obediant !*ervinl Sam, 'said a lady to a milk boy, ' guess from the looks of your milk, th your mother put dirty water in it." '* j\ M c didn't nuther-1 see'd her draw .elf an out of the well *fore shepul ¡tin ' ROMANTIC REVENGE-Tn Kentucky, t Uniuhftiau became enamoured of a mi! »<;»id on the neighbouring farm. If is R< «liesses wer« rejected ; and the disappoint* ».-?villi; foll of melancholy and vengeance Vnîfiired a rope-went to the farm-and tied all the cows' tails together. A: Kt .VT TO PnitfiNoLoGisTs-On the fin...

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

G. fiWGlSwM m by Public Auction, th&ghofe of the enternd ve and »ell a»soited STOCK oj DRAPERY «nd GROCKRl iiS, .ùokyoà'$te?j£mh íes,-George Street, XV indsor, ïtt Loti to auk Purchasers..? .u ? ; A considerable advance having-taken place upon the prices of #11 Sufi Goods, AV. G. BU HG 19 strongly recommends the attendance of all pattie* who wish to obtain bargains. IV. B.-All parties- indebted to the Estate of W. G. Burris, ate immediately requested to pay tlieir respective accoun ts into the hands of W. G. Burgis, who is authorised by the Trustees to" receive the sante. Windsor, Nov.2f>. ; Windsor. ., GEORGE EAS the pleasure to announce, that he will Sell bv Public Auction, < n MONDAY, the 25th instant, on the Premises of MR. Wt LUA M S, Cahinet Maker, George Street, Windsor, (next door but one to Dr. Giissèn's,) j A'largé quantity of stiperior Ne w Ôûusekold Furniture, Óf the very beJl description, comprising;, ; Wardrobes . . ; .: Cheeta of Drawers Sideboar...

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The New Governor General of India. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 21 November 1844

.the New Gúyepam General of India« AT the preseur moment some few particu lars ot the life of the distinguished successor nf Loid Ellenborough in the government ol india will not be unacceptable to the ma joiitv of our readers The Right Hon Sir Henry Hardinge is the son of the lat« Henry Har dinge. Rector of Stanhope, Durham, and was born in 1735. His mother wa« a .laughtet of James Best, Esq., of the same eon ot y, »nd he is brot her t o the late Baronet the Kev. tiir Charles Hardinge, A hose son succeeded to the Baronetcy in 1836 At an early «2« be evinced a strong disposition for a military life-a di-position which his parents, with praiseworthy discernment, thought fitjto encrturtfije, and he WHS there fore educated with mw h care for the noble profession in which he KO soon mid so greath distinguished! hims If Hts valuable ser vices in Spain sti t Portugal were repeatedly the subject of wann comuiendation, io the despatches of his illustrious commander ; md at th.it momentous -...

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Horrible Massacre OF THE COMMANDER AND OFFICERS OF THE "SALADIN," AND SUBSEQUENT MURDER OF THE CHIEF MUTINEER. (From the Globe, July 1) [CONCLUDED FROM OUR LAST.] [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 21 November 1844

Horrible Massacre OF Tm COMM ANDiîR AND OFFICERS <iP THIÎ " SALAIHN," AND SUUSR . QOFNT MURDER OF THE CHIEF MÚTÍNEíiR. (From the Globe, Jtdyl) [CONCLUDED FROM OCR LAST.] . Some time was then spent in consu lng what to do, and i afterwards learn they were in doubt how next to proceec that Anderson and Hazelton went into t cabin to au ak the captain, but retorne fearing, a's they said, the dog would bi them, Ii was then agreed to make < alarm, and shrike the captain as he car tip from the cabin. Nothing more w done for a quarter of an hour, when tl captain rangjiisbell three or four t imf but no an^yer was given to it. I w iroi^lî^a^^n«t*t tîrélîèîfh^i^ several u?n<£tdkén from-me bjH^îeîqtt and Hazelton, in consequence of gettii the ship in the wind. Fielding and tl others went to the main deck, and 1 heai nothing for some time, until I heard ti carpenter's voice in the water. Th alarmed me as 1 understood the captai was to be killed before the carpen ...

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

Birth. BENT, Mrs. Andrew, jun., on Thursday, 14th instant, of a son.

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AT THE POLICE OFFICE, GOULBURN. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 28 November 1844

AT THE POLICE OFFICF, GOULUUUN. I. Argyle, 64 ) acres, parish unnamed, near Coro wong, Lalee George. S, Argyle, 6*0 acres, parish unnamed, near Coroffciyp* L 'Ice George; 3. Ätgyle, 800 acres, pariah unnamed, near Coi o wong, Lake Ceorge. 4. Argyle, 8 O «crea, parish unnamed, near Corowong, Lake-George. 5. Argyle, 6tO acres,. parish unnamed, near Corowong, Lake George. 6. Argyle, 641 aoies, parish unnamed, near Tarlo, by tbp head of Carlo Hiver. 7 Argyle. 64/J «eres, pariah unnamed, at Cutty Cutty Yang. 8. Georgiana, 640 acres parish unnamed, at Ka 'galoola, at D ara md Swamp. 9. Georgians, 640 acres, pat tali unnamed at Kangaiools. 10. Georgiana. ?40 acres, parish unnamed, at Ktmgaloola. II. Georgiana, 64^ .aerea, parish unnamed, near Bolong, near Jiugbuggao Creek, Aber crumble Hirer.

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OCCUPATION LICENERS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 28 November 1844

aa»iaml (pisces imm^d, if«# IJoenw «uder the ll emulations of the il st August J8*.t. 'Jtlie (blkwing portinjta rt Land, for one year, , from tue i st January, i8<5. Furtherinfor marion respecting the Land may be obtained from lite . Surveyor General ; and jespecting tue conditions, from tue Colonial Treasurer ; and at tbe Police : Office bf the District, where the auctions are to take place. AT THE COLONIALTREÁSUft Y.SYDNEY* The upset price of each lot is £J per section of 640 acree. 1. Cumberland, 6*0 acres, parish of We<lder« burn, about four miles aouth.tast of Campbell town. 1 .. ? . ? -V 2. Phillip, 800 acres, parish nnnamed, near Moolarben. 5. Phillip, 64J acres, parish unnamed., near Moolarben. 4 Phillip, 640 «ores, parish unnamed, near Lonee. : A. Phillip, 6*4 aerea, parish unnamed, at Talooby, 6. Phillip, 640 acres, parish unnamed, near Moolarben. ?.air'Vincent, 640 acres, pariah unnamed, at N arriga. 8. St. Vincent, 640 acres, parish unnamed, mar Bra...

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Original Poetry. FOR THE "HAWKESBURY COURIER." [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 28 November 1844

WIE « HftWKtilBUAr vavBim " >\ Thv wide dómalos all clinjes cora ".. ï?romtódíató the Pole; . . .. « Whate er the regions of the North, Or tropic sons can draw from earth, Thou can'st produce the whole. T^ut gloomy ignorance thy curse. Unwilling'thou, art fore'd to nurse, O'er a|l thy lengthen'd land ; Thy treasures in thy womb unknown* : itemaiu to human eyes unshewn, Untoach'd by human haftd,, . Ilise ! star of science ! quickly rise And gladden all our longing eyes, ;, From far antipodes, "Swift o'er the country far and wide, ¿Spread broad the light of thy full tide, Thy ray now dawning is. The clouds of ignorance dispel, Illumine with thy magic spell . , The darkness that surrounds, And then this country rich and fair, Shall thankful pay thy fost'ring carn, With wealth that knows no bounds. Te men that hold the helm of State, The people anxiously await To hear what you decide, "Whether instruction shall go forth, And give Australia wisdom's birth Or ignot atice abide. Parents...

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Sydney Shipping News. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 28 November 1844

Sydney Shipping News. ARRIVED. Nov.20.-The schooner Oratora, 91 toot, Hay^ toaster, from Port Nelson, New Zee land the 15th October and Port Hardie the 3rd instant-with »undues. Nov. 20-The barque Janet. 343 ton*. Dring, master, trum Munda Ut September with su¿ar, cigars, &c. Nov. 21 -The barque Emily, 500 ton*, Greaves, master, from Dublin Hie 18th Julv aud Hobart Town the 11th instant, with Government «torea. Nor. 21.- «he barque Giraffe, 263 ton«, Harvey, master, from Lauucestou tile lOiu instant-with wheat, ¿fcc. Nov. 23 -The brig Louisa, 184 tons, Tucker, master, from Hobart To wu the l*ïtu tust, with a general cargo. Nov. 23.-The barque' iffincourt.SiS tons, Neatby, master, from vVooiwich the 8th July, Cape ot Good Hope the 24th Sept. aud Norfo k lslaud the 12th inst.-with Govern ment stores. Nov. 23.-The brig Christina, 126 too». Saunders, master,from Port Phillip the 20th instant-with sundries. NOT. 23-The barque Terror, 276 tons. Harper, master, from a whaling voyag...

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From the Gazette. TOLLS AND FERRIES. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 28 November 1844

From the Gazette. TOLLS AND FERRIES. ' ;t At rwalva o'clock on Wadiieider th« 18 h da; of December next, tba Colonial Treasurer wil put up 10 Auction at tba Colonial treasury, Ben Street, Sydney, tbe Leases for one y "ar, oommenc big the lat day of January, 1845, ot* tbe toll« and duet authorised and imposed ky the Act of tin Governor nod Council, 4 William IV, No. 16 arising a id to be collected at the undermentioned Toll Gates and Ferries, vis. ?-. Ar THE TV-M. GATE, ls'.--Near Annandal* Bridge, on tbe r. ad from Sydney to Parramatta. Upset priée £l ,5p0. Sud, at Beckett's Bridge, on tue road be* ween Sydney end Parramatta, and also on the road between Parramatta and Liverppo I Upset price £270. 3rd, at Lansdowne Bridge on the road between Sydney and Lirerpaol. Li p Bet (trice £535. ' 4tb, at Broken Back Bridge, on tba road between Purramatta and Windsor Upset pnoe£á¿5. otb, at Howe's Br.dge, near Wind, sor. TJpiet price .££20, 61b, near Pitt How, Parramatta, on the Western road t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 28 November 1844

TERMS. I The HAWKESBURY COUIUER will continue to be pub j tithed every Thursday moi uin*, in Windtor und I Richmond, and forwarded to alt parti of the Country, ike terms of SCBSCRIPHON are St per Quarte'} and Subscriben not resident in either of the above towns, must pay in advance. The quarters end on t ie tust Thursday in the months of March, June, september, and December, on which days on y. or precious to the following Monday can resignation be receivel, which nutt be accompanied by pay meat "fall moni S due* The ch irget for ADVERTISEMENTS are : For rte Jirtt indi, 3t. ; and for every inch of space after, nt the rale of ts for each insertion ; audi the num ber of times to be ¡ uhUthed must be written on the face of the manuscript, or the advertisements wilt be continued titie ntntermanded. A on-subtd ibe s must fay the amount previous io the insertion of their utlve titeaientt, tuh ch mutt be emt b j'me twelve o'clark n.mn, on Wednesday, and orders to withdraw not laUr than M m...

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