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Improvement in Steam Navigation. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 28 November 1844

improvement in Steam I Navigation. MESSRS. Ruthven of this city have lately been engaged in building a small iron steam-vessel» constructed with their im provements, ami with seven ur eighthor.se engine power. This vessel was lately launched at Leith, and we understand that the result has been So highly satisfactory that it is ruff lided to build a large iron steam ship with their improvements. The objects attained are certainly very important. A. few of them may be briefly stated. As there are neither paddles nor screw, nor ma* chinery of any kind outside of the vessel, there is no change whatever in tha hull ; und the power is so arranged that ali the movements of the vessel are conducted on deck by the seamen. For example, the vessel is propelled forward or astern-turned to either side, or rou na-or made to remain stationary, without any change being made in the movements of the eugine, or commu nication with the engineer, and with a fa cility similar to turning the helm; and wha...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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GARDENERS' & FARMERS' CALENDAR NOVEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 28 November 1844

GARDENER? S¡ FARMERS' CALENDAR NOVEMBER. Tile Görden.-'Saw cabbage and carrots early ; French beans throughout. Tlte Orchard--Young grafted and budded 'rees require the gre J test attention ; remove layers of rose-apple, and suckers J rom bananas. The Field,--Harvest begins ; every thing should be ut perfect readiness for stacking.

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"HAWKESBURY COURIER." THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1844. Agriculture.—Smut In Wheat. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 28 November 1844

Agriculture.-Smut In Wheat. ÍIÍ pur last publication will be found a let under the signature of '** F. A. W." which, amongst other matters, the wi refers to the prevalence of smut in the win «rops this year, and suggest pur furnish! observations to our readers on tb**s importa subject ; and it is with much pleasure 1 devote a portion of-our limited space to t insertion of this or .an^y other informati that may tend to improve and advance tb art -which is rónsHííered to be the very i sence of a nation's welfare and prosperit "We hope, however, that our humble effoi in disseminating this kind of knowledj ?will shortly receive the powerful aid of ¿ Agricultural Society io the. district, as r commended hy us last week, since tl practical farmer must be convinced, that i ?science he must be greatly indebted for th¡ assistance, which is calculated to render fa labour? really available by valuable and pei manent improvements in husbandry. Wit "reference to that destructive evil; being á : ...

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Supreme Court. CIVIL SIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 28 November 1844

Supreme Court. ! CIVIL SIDE. FBÎDAT, NOV. 22.-Befere fais Honor Mr. Justice Dickenson and a jury of four. Seymour v. Peisley-Mr. Fisher moved that this case-which was set down for trial to day-might be postponed, in consequence, of the impracticability of obtaining the at« tendance-under a period of six weeks-of material witnesses who resided at a distance in the interior. Mr Windeyer opposed the application on several grounds-amongst which were-that the affidavit whereon the application had been made set forth that the absent Wit nesses were required to prove certain facts, instead of stat ing that they were expected to prove the said facts ; further-that the appli cation was made for purposes of delay aud vexation. His Honor, after hearing the arguments ou both sides-granted the < application-on condition that within four days security should be given for the payment into Court of the amount claimed ; in default of which the plaintiff to be at lihe»tv to sign judgment a...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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MONTHLY PHASES OF THE MOON. NOVEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 28 November 1844

MOUTH LY PHASES OF THE MOON. NOVEMBER. V. H. H. Lost Quarter.5 23 past 8 Night. New Moon .IO 41 "7 First Quarter.)7 35 " ll Morning Full Moon .25 46 " 9

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

Trom tiie Gazette. IMPOUNDED-at Windsor, on the 3lh of, Nor. 1844. from the estate of James Hale, j í Esq.-one light red and white-spotted horn- ; \ ed cow, hind legs white ; head spotted white ; white down the back »nd lump ; belly, chest and tail white ; appears between 1 and 8 ¡ years old ; brand appears like «-* B or U B off rump or hip ,* *«B or QB off shoulder; the whole not quite legible ; «soother brand like JB or J JB conjoined and some other marks underneath but not legible near rump or hip. Damages 61 If not claimed and released before the 9th day of December 1844, she will be sold agreeably to Act of Council.-D. SEA&cn, Pouudkeeper. ABORIGINES--His Excellency the Gover nor has been pleased to direct the publication pf the following letter from the Crowu Com missioner of the Murrumbidgee district, re porting the praiseworthy conduct of the Aboriginal Natives in the neighbourhood of the Tumut during the recent inundation of that and the surrounding districts. 41 He...

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

F|p..f.#íiqHatípto,;4ro^ sor' are resoect ful ty informed, tbet BH^HRYAMD PORT, «ottobe equalled for the price, may bs had ac the t . , ; '!~ynab Cellars, Under " TBE AUSTRALIAS" Office, . v Sydney, Or, No. 675, George Street, Splendid ALBS and POUTBU in bottle, aud every other article in die Trade at moderate prices-according to quality and Brand. Country Orders attended io, i/aeeom panted by a Gosh remittancet or an Order fjt payment upon an Agent in the City OBSERVE! Sherry {good).14«. per dosen f)itu> (superior) .».?..... 18*. Gi. *' Port from 1 Os. to . ,..i4s. " Ales & Porte ) bythe3do2. >éâ.6d.to8s.6d. «« cask, from ) Baker, Confectioner, AND GROCER, - ;SüFÍFOLKS* BUILDINGS, GEORGE STREET, WINDSOR, RESPECTFULLY begs leave to ac quaint the Inhabitants, that he lisa commenced Uusioese ia lbs abor« ii rauch»«, and salicus a portion of publio support, fi« particularly direct« attention to LIB lONFEC* riONEKV. winch will invariably ba lound of lb» choicest dosoripiio...

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

AT THE PaUCIS OrfiCE. HARTLEY. 1 Roxburgh, 6iú actes, parish of Thorns hope.

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

AT THE POLICH OFFICE, BATHURST. 1 Ge*rgiana,64>'J acras, parish unnamed, near Mount Lawson. 9. Georgiana, 9 O aerea, pariah unnamed, near Mount Lawaun.

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Pickle for curing Hams, Beef, Tongues, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 28 November 1844

Pickle for caring Hams, Beef, Tongues, &c. TAKE four gallons ot' waler, to which add halt'a pound of Muscovado sugar, two ounces of sal prunella, and six pounds ol bay sail ; pul the whole into a pot or kel - : tie and let it boil, being careful to scum ! off ¡ill that rises ; when no more rises take the liquor off, and let it sland lill cold; then having put the meat you want to pre serve into the vessel you inlend lo keep íquor into iliilï ij^e^uil? . covered, an<i ni this condition ¡yiwM ^i* kept, l$eef preserved in ^mSÊÊS^'.] has been raken out of the u¡ck!S§|p$^: tug been in ten weeks, and i^í|líóu«d a»good as 4f imitad not been aaited more than three da^^yai the f âoie''lime tender as a chicken. ^^ÉA^píend to preserve vont jmeata c^raHHw^tngth of lime it will be neceasair^^^giiJ two months tolioil the pickle ON^M^I^I scumming ofT all that rises, and uiroi¿jfi$; in during the boiling, two ounces of sugar and half a pound of common salt. Thus iheftáme pickle w...

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Literature. NEW BOOKS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 28 November 1844

Literature. NEW BOU KS. The Medals of Creation; Bu G. A. Mantell L L. D.. P. R. S. 2 Vols. London. Baku, 1844. Hie author of this work is distinguished ty his zeal, intelligence, and devoiion*o the study of organic remains; and his present production must be considered a valuable addition to the geological shi In a library. Its contents are exceedin ly numerous, and great pains have bei taken lo describe every subject thorough ly, not only by words, but also by pi tonal illustrations. The stud y of geolo; is one of the most interesting that kl human mind can be devoted to ; " if A1 look with frondex/' says Sir H.{)ajr "** upon tjie great remains otîïuftian JfoYk such as the columns of Palmyra, brok« in the midst of the desert, or the mut lated fragments of Greek sculpture i the Acropolis of Athens, with how thuc deeper leeliog of admiration must u consider those grand monuments of m ture which mark the revolutions of th globe ; continents broken into islands one land produced, anoth...

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New species of Sugar. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 28 November 1844

New species of Sugar. IN a lac number ul' the " Journal du Commerce d'envers," a Belgian paper, there is au announcement nude in its columns of the appearan e in the markets cf that pari ol ku rope of a new descrip tion of sugar, said to be superior, as well from its richness as the reasonableness of ¡Ls price, to any sugar known. TI1Í6 com modity, our Foreign contemporary ob serves, * is s mply that which has bee« in use in india from time immemorial, but prepared and treated under the mo dern sj stem of scientific improvement. The saccharine properly is extracted by incision of the tr uti s of palm trees, sago and cocoanut tr^es ; sometimes by an operation upon the blossoms; at others by a cut in the. tree near ihe part from ; whence the foliage issues." A palm tree tiius dédit willi yields, it seems, for the spice of more than three months, about : two " liters" a day. The liquid thickened bears tJie name.of "ja^re," and resem bles raw wax, ashwell in point of colour i as in con«...

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Treatment of Fowls. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 28 November 1844

Treatment of Fowls. CORN given to fowls should be crushed und soaked in water; this helps digestion, lieus will lay in winier thal are so fed, that would not otherwise. Feed your I (owls in winier with bones powdered line, and they wdt need tess corn,and lay as plentifully as al any season of the year. The boues supply the carbonate of lime, which ts necessary fur the production of the shell, and a part of the yoke ofilia egg. hgg shells, chalk, or unburnt lime, answers asimilar purpose.

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Courting foy Proxy. A TALE OF NEW YORK. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 28 November 1844

- I Courting foy Proxy, j A TALE OF NEW YORK.j YOT'NG Mr. Alonr.o Hush was dreadful!; in love-as, indeed, which of us is not ' Every body has a passion, though, for lunately the objects are infinitely various Mr. Alonzo was in love with himself foi a year or two after he took leave o -childhood and milk-and-water : but aftei 4hat his grand-mamma told him he oughi to marry, and he fell violently in love with his future wife, and vowed to al low himself no rest till he found her. This may be termed *' love in the ab stract," which, as we shall see, is not without its perplexities. Mr. Alonzo was a darling boy, an orphan, and the heir of a good Knicker* hocker fortune. His grandmamma was bis guardian, in a sense beyond the cold, legal meaning of the term. She picked the bones out of his fish, and reminded him of his pocket-handkerchief during all the years of his tenderer boyhood ; and, until he was full fourteen years old he slept in lier own room, and had his face washed by her own h...

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

English News, ' By the Christina from Port Phillip EngHifc news has beeu received in Sydney to tb« 6th August. Wool and oil were steady st former prices sud no anticipation of a decline. Trade ir general was advancing end confidence in< creasing. In legislation the Poor Law Amendment Bill which had undergone gießt discussion and met general approbation-had passed the House. Lord Cottingham's new Insolvent Law has been burked for another Session. Ireland is stated to be io a state of pro found peace-such as may be supposed to exist while surrounded by a phalanx uf bayonets. ' A Savings Bank Bill was passed by which the. interest on the deposit of sums above £20 is made lower tuan those udder that amount Fud «re I Cannot a man deposit £10, £15 or £19 and defeat the clause. The French at Algeria have beenJ"fi§nffng with the Moors-defeated and slaughtered them all with the utmost ease--o that 'the i Empire of Morocco will be completely des troyed and become a fine French colo...

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Police office. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 28 November 1844

Police omce. TÜESOAT, 26rn Nov. 1844-Before Wi! liam Cox, Esq, J. P. Andrew Moran-who has for some tim« past been confined on s charge of robben and been frequently remanded in order t< enable the chief constable to trace the stole» property-was egsin placed at the bar. Ii will be remembered that about the begin' ning of September the house of Thomar Carthy was robbed of a watch and sundrt article», and that the ptisoner was subse quently charged on suspicion. A watch -part of the stolen property was produced -and the witnesses expected were in attend« ance to day from Berrima*»-and the follow» ing was deposed to Levi Barnett-i« a constable belonging to the Berrima police-and remembered last Berrima Races; on the Thursday in that week he arrested William Smith at Taylor's public bouse.on suspicion of having a stolen watch in his possession ; betook him and the watch to Mr. Chapman the chief constable, who ordered Smith to be confined in the watch-house; Smith had previous...

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

China. By th* tenor of some article« io the Priam ?? of China of July the 3rd, it would appea that the inhabitant« of Hong Kong aie ah>< to the importance of importing an little-ant exporting as much as possible, and to opel out without delay nil the resources of th«i adopted country, in B paper of the IOU July the death of Chuñan, a noted merci e r ' at Canton, is announced ; sud a long edito rUl commentary on the unhealthy locatiot of her Majesty s Sepov Troops at Madras vh-i-li hus had the effect of lessening theil uumour* to a painful extent. The following paragraphs afe quite sufficient to convey tc the minds of our readers the system carried out for the Gorernmeot of her Majesty a loyal and faithful subjects :-" We have said we do not blame the Commander of the Forces ; we are aware of tb!» rigid way in whj' h it is the po icy cf her Majes y's Go vernment to tie down those who hold im portant commands in the colonies ; in addi tion to the a see i tai ned and uuav...

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

price before attained this season, FANCY PORTRAIT-A full length portrait of the celebrated Pugilist, George Hough, j as be appeared stripped for battle and io at titude for setting-to, has been painted by Mr. Hackler, sud iras exhibited tn the shop j window of Messrs. Cetta and Hughes, of George street. The likeness ts an admira*j hie one,and the painting altogether is a ere- j Citable performance. ] On Sunday evening a waterman was en-   gaged to convey three men and a chest from   Campbell's Wharf to the North Shore. A   strong stench issuing from the chest, he en- quired as to its contents, and was answered   that it contained putrid pork which they were anxious to bury on shore. The boatman   was determined to make sure that the box con tained nothing worse, and forthwith gave information to a constable, when the lid of the box having been broken open - the body of a human being - divided in the middle - was presen...

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From the Gazette. TOLLS AND FERRIES. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 5 December 1844

From the Gazette. TOLLS AND FERRIES. At twelve o'clock on Wednesday the 18th da; of December next, the Colonial Treasurer wi j put up to Auction at the Colonial Treasury, Ben street, Sydney, the Leases for one year, comtnenc ingthe 1st diiy of January, 1845, ot the lolls am dues authorised and imposed by the Act of tin Governor and Council, 4 Will iain IV, No. lo" arising and io be collected at the undermentioned Toll Gates and Ferries, viz. t Ar THE TOLL GATE, 1st.-Near Annandali Bridge, on the road from Svdney to Parramatta Upset price £l ,5U0; 2nd, at Beckett's Bridge,oi the road be> ween Sydney and Parramatta, and alfi« on tb« road between Parramatta and, Liverpool Upset price £27u. 3rd, at Lansdowne Bridge on lite road between Sydney and Liverpool. Lp «eterice £535. 4th, ar Broken Back bridge, or the road between Parramatta and Windsor. Upse piice £345, 5th, at Howe's Bridge, near Wind sor. Upset price £1Vi, 6th, near Pitt How Parramatta, on the Western road to Emu Ferry Ups...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 5 December 1844

WINDSOR, MR. GEORGE SEYMOUR, HAS the honor to announce, that he «ill Sell BY PUBLIC AUCTION, ON SATURDAY NE7LT, THE 7TH INSTANT, AT MR. BLANCHARD'S, WHITE H A UT INN," AT TWELVE O'CLOCK A LARGE HERD OF HORNED CATTLE, CONSISTING OF SOME EXCELLENT Working Bullocks, &C, &C, &C ALSO, &c. &c. TERMS AT SALB. Windsor, 4th Dec. Notice. TO THE FARMERS ON THE H A WK ISS BUR Y AND NEPKAN BARLEY of this Season's Growth will not be Bought ¡U the HAWKESBURY liREWERY, WINDSOR, (unless condition ally,) till it has been Three Months in Stock. Hawkesbury Brewery, Windsor. Dec. 4, 1844. THE Undersigned, in returning thanks to his Friends and the Public f.r past favors, begs to inform them that he still continues to supply SUPERIOR ARTICLES, at the same pnces as his neighbours (óuf not less.) Every description of SADDLERY and HARNESS made to order on the shortest notice, of the best Mateiials and Workmanship. Prices according to quality,-at the Sign of the Bay Ho...

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