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[?] [?] THE POWER OF MUSIC. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 25 July 1844

s m1 -tyy liHppWBt^lays are o'er, Lite wHvea tVirt onward roil To drib's eternal «bore. Hope never cheers iny heart, Tears seldom bring relief ; Deserted, Jone, apart; My doom is silent grief. JJut hail, what greets my eur, * fis music's softest strain, Sent my lorn heart'io cheer, And lessen sMÏJ?'6 jiaiu. Aa ibe sweet chords anse, Emotions now I feel. Joy's tears &uffuse roy eyes. Mv wounded soul to beal.

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 25 July 1844

TERMS. The HAWKKSBUHV COURIER will cont nue to be pub» lished evey¡f Thursday morning, in Windsor and Richmond, and forwarded to all parts of tko' Country. The te ms of SUBSCRIPTION «re 5s. per Quarter; and Subscribers not resident in either of the above lau ns, must pay in uduance. The quarters end on the lust Thursday in the months of March, June, ."c/¡tem6 r m d December ,on which days n'y. or preciout to th-'following Monday can resignAvnis be receive?>, which must be accompany.d by pay' ment rf all monies due. The charges for ADVERTISEMI NTS are : For the first inch, 3s. ; and for every inch of ¡pace after, ul thu ate of ^s.f<n^ each insertion ; and the num ber of limes to be published mnst bt w it ten on the f ce of the manuscript, or the adoertitemenls will be continued till countermanded. Kowsubsciibers must fay the amount vreohus to the insertion of their ai veitisements, which must be sent before tw Ive o'clock n.ion, on Wednesday, and ot den to uilhdraw. not...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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From the Gazette. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, 11th July, 1814. OCCUPATION LICENSES [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 25 July 1844

From the Gazette. Colonial fcecretnry's Office, SydLey, lltii July, 1814. OCCUPATION LICENSES At eleven o'clock of Thursday, (lie 22nd day ol Augu t next, the Colonial Treasurer will put up t'i auction, at th« Colonial Treasury, in Sydney, the licenses lo occupy tinder tbe regulations of S 1st August, 1U41, tbe following portions of land, for one year, from the 1st Septeiubcr, 1844. Fur ber information respecting tbe land, may he ob amed frc m tbe Survevor General ; and respecting tbe c mdiiions from tbe Colonial Treasurer. %* Tbe upset price of eacb lot is £5 per sectù.n of 64-» acres. 1. St Vincent, 640 acres, parish unnamed, on ( ogin Creek, about tour miles north-east of Currowan. 2. St Vincent, 640 acres, paribh unearned, near K arriga. 3. Northumberland. 6-1-0 acres, parish unnamed, at Lake Macquarie, tho village reserve of Sting ing Hay Point. 4. Phillip, 640 acres, parish unnamed, near By long, about six miles north of liylong. 5. King, 1U00 aces, parish unnamed, near Jer ra...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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HAWKESBURY COURIER, THURSDAY, JULY 25, 1844. NOTICES TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 25 July 1844

TBÜltSPAY. JULY 25, 1844. N tTÍCBS TO CUitliESrONDSNTS. LYCURGUS -We thànk him'for Mt hints ; and util wishes, aid,shall endeavour to adopt the furtner and secare the lotter. SCItl BEN 1)1 -We ¡tam tefnre heard of the complaint ' referred to, a»d shall shortly lay them open to public reprobation, or in~ dividual contradiction, PU t$Li( OL Al-Before toe offer any remarks upon th« District CouwiL toe etiall await the result of the Hilt before thu Legisla ture, for as yet it is not known tc/iether the District Councils are " to be or not to be.9t WA must darline insfírtinqthi'communication relative to a person moving in tim sph re of a gent le m an ai/ ing a respectable towns man * a convict.* It is. however, ii be regretted, that any individual should so far forget himsef as to give way tope> sonalvituperation. We think this h\nt will be quite sufficient^ without giving place to nur Corresponderías Leiter.

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SECOND DAY.—WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 25 July 1844

SECO .VD D AY. - WEDN ESD AT. The Hack Stakes, of Ten sovs. with a ?sweepstakes of Two sovs. each for all horses carrying not less than 8 st. heats once round, the winner to be soíd for twenty sovs. if de manded in the usual way { post entrance Won by Bob Sawyer-demanded by Mr. Jb. Badkin, for the 20 sovs. Sevétal Matches weTe Tan, during the re mainder of the day.

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 — 25 July 1844

Original Correspondence. To the Editor of the. Hawkesbury Courier. SIR,-I would ask, is it fair that our postmaster should delivei to certain indivi duals their letters and pap.-rs on the night of the arrival of the mail, while others equally anxious to write by return ofpost,are denied? Again, is it right that the office ihould be deserted by its proper officers, at the time the mail arrives, and a stranger allowed to receive the bags, which, in our mother country,are held as a sacred trust? Finally, how does the Act relative to a country post office stand with regard to charging for the delivery of letters and papers? At home, in a country town, no charge of one penny or any other is made, (I allude to the town in which the office is situated ) Does any Colonial Act create a difference ? By answering the above questions, if not taking up too much o'* your time, you will oblige Tour obedient servant, EQUALITAS. . [We hei ¡eve no provision is made for the Town delivery of maits in C...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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Sydney Shipping News. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 25 July 1844

Sydney Shipping News. ARRIVED. JULY 19 -Tb** steamer MAITLAND, Par sons, from Port Macquarie. JULY 20-The Steamer WILLIAM THE FOURTII, Wiseman, fioiu tUe Clareuce Uiver, ISth instant. JULY 2L-The brig SARAH, 201 tons Mossman, from Singapore 18th May and Anger, the 12'h June, with tea. sugar, &c JULY 21.-The schooner MARTHA AND ELIZABETH, 81 tons, Devlin, from Port Phillip the 14th instant, with bait, potatoes, &c. JULY 21 -The schooner WILLIAM.62 tons. Freeman, from Moreton Bay, 16th instant, with 30 OOO feet cedar. JULY 22-The brig Lom**, 1R2 tons. Tucker, from Hormrt Town 16th inst., with Troops and sundries. JULY 22--The brig CAROLINE, 113 tons. Loten, (tom Hobart Town, 13th instant, with potatoes, &c, JULY 22-The schooner MA»Y ANN, 52 I tons, Brown, from Launceston 12th instant, in ballast.

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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Police Office. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 25 July 1844

TPIÏSDAY, JOLT 16,-Before Robert File* gerald, and L, D. WbHtalCe^^quirfes; John Ingram was charged with steal ing a' saddle, the property of Mr. P. Adamson. It appeared that in April, OD the last day of the races, Mr. Adamson was on his return home, when he was knocked off his horse, and robbed of hts whip, some silver, and various other articles, his horse, saddle, and bridle were also taken ; but the former found his way home on the next day. In con sequence of information. Constable Skelly was directed to search for this saddle, at the residence of Mr. Mitchell, of this place, and he proceeded there for that purpose, but Mr. Mitchell, on ascertaining his errand, imme diately produced the saddle, which he stated he had bought from Ingram's son, who it appeared obtained it from the accused. The case was fully proved against him, as far as having possession ; and he was committed for trial, but admitted to bail. Mr. Joseph!' Onus, of Richmond, wis charged with violently beating Tho...

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TWO DAYS IN A CAPTURED SLAVER. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 25 July 1844

TWO DAYS IN A CAPTURED SLAVER. An interpreter being much wanted to com municate with the Spaniards concerning the care and management of the negroes, I offered my services during the voyage, to which Captain Wywill having assented, at seven o'clock in the evening I found my self, with my servant and carpet -bag, on board the Progresse, under sail for the Cape of Good Hope, The English pre viously sent ou board were the lieutenant in charge, a muster's assistant, a quartet master, a boatswain's mate, and nine seamen During the first watch our breeze was light and variable, the water smooth, the recently liberated negroes sleeping or lying in quietness ahont the deck. Their slen der supple limbs entwined in a surprisingly small compass; and they resembled in the moonlight, confused pile» of arms and legs, rather than distinct human forms, ~Th«y -were,r4uiw*tv««r,-Tippnmrdy at ease, and all seemed going ou an fairly ns could be desired, but the scene was soon to undergo a great and ter...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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China News. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 25 July 1844

Cliina News. By the arrival of the brig Sarah, from Singapore, we have received the follow ing intelligence : " The FRIEND OF CHINA brings a startling fact to light in regard to the official Trans-: lation%f tho Supplementary Treaty, which has a very suspicions appearance. It prints the official translation, and also a non-official wie from the CHINESE REPOSITORY ; and on ^ comparison of tho two, it is very obvious that brevity has been studied in the official translation, to the extent of suppressing some very important parts altogether, and in giving others in a very compressed and im perfect shape. Two of the most important \ omissions we will notice, and we would beg to refer to the non-official translation. [This document will be found in the AUSTRALIAN DAILY JOURNAL of Tuesday ] H is said tobe the production of the most accomplished and .critical C hiñese scholar of the age. From a perusal of this document, it will be seen how much has been done by the Chinesediploma tists,tak...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 25 July 1844

JUfT PUBLISHED, and on sale at tha- Office of "Taa HAWKESBURY Conni EB," MAUD'S LETTERS ON THE VINE. By W. Macarthur, Esq., J. P., of Camden. PRICE 6s. To the Editor of ike Hawkesbury Courier TALLOW AND HIDE BROKKli. ROBERT KING begs to announce to the mercantile community of Sydney, that he has commenced the lousiness of Tall»" and Hide Broker, and from his long experience m that line, he hopes to merit the appr obation or' those who may kindly entrust him with their favours. R K. begs to intimate to intending purchasers of tallow, &c.,' for the London mBtket, that he will bo most happy to inspect and rup >rt upon any lots that may bo offered for sale. Ofli e on first floor Mr. Hobbs', Linendraper, wo doors North ot Mr. Luana Simnioua',George s'reef, Sydney. TO THE MERCHANTS, LANDHOLDERS, GRAZIERS, AND IN IIAHHAM'S OF THE HAWKESBURY DISTRICT GE» NKRALLY. MR. JAMES CULLEN, in returning hts sincere thanks to the Respectable Inhabitants of this extensivo fe ttle and \,o\>...

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A Superstitious Juggle Explained. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 25 July 1844

A Superstitious Juggle Explained. Bacon. Lord Verulam, in his dissertation, on natural history, moulions a number ot'curious experiments which may be made on plums, in reference lo their liability to improve and dege nerate according to the attention bestowed on tbpir culture. Afier speaking ol'tl. e antipathies and sympathies of cettaiu plants towards each oilier, which he explains to arise not fi om su pernatural causes, or the possession cf reasoning powers in vegetables, but from peculiar qua lities of soil, he proceeds, ns follows, to speak of a superstition regarding the sympathy which plants manifest towards the eun St me nf tlie ancient and likewise divers of the modem wiiiers, that have I a Lou red in natural magic, have noted a sympathy between the sun, moon, fand some prin cipal stars, and certain berba and plants. A lid so they have denominated some herbs solar, and some lunar ; and such like toys put into great words. It is manifest that there are some flowers that Lave...

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RANDOM READINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 25 July 1844

RANDOM READINGS. What ancient sage was the invenior of dancing? - Play toe, If a child be boin in an aerial ma chine during its flight, to what parish will it belong ? That into which it (alis. "What is your opinion of the Corn laws, Mr. Upland ?" My opinion, Sir, is, that they go very much against the yrain ' ** ! think ! shall look better for a little fresh hair,*' as the lady said when she put on some fresh curls. V* T do good hy stealth," as the high wayman said when he robbed an old miser, and gave a sovereign lo a poor woman and six children, who were starving by the road-side. . It is said there is a man in Connecticut who walks so fast, that it puts hts shadow out of breath to keep up with him. A young spendthrift was complaining last week that, although he had been endeavouring ibr some lime to reduce i he number of his creditors, they still seemed to be on Hie increase. ** No wonder,'' rep|jed his friend, ** since you ¡.re alwa\s endeavouring to double thom " lt has been s...

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Sydney Supreme Court CRIMINAL SIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 25 July 1844

Sydney Supreme Court CRIMINAL SIDE. TnunsDAr, JULY 18 -Before Lis Honor Mr. Justice a'Hecltett. Henry Gibbs* laborer, indicted for haring . on the 2lst June last,at Sydney,cut, stabbed «nd wounded on the left side one Timothy Cunningham, a Policeman, with intent to mn trier er do him some bodily harm - fftrilty of stabbing, with intent to do some grievous bodily harm. Remanded for sentence. MetS's. Beti, Hannan and Humit n were dis -charged on 'heir ow n recognizances in £.>'> each, \ to appear when called upon and answer the in liflictment preferred against them,-the recogni zances not to be in force longer than the 1 Otb of April. 18^5. Henry Torr, late of tba Liverpool, Hoad was indicted for frau'lu'ent insolvency, and found gniltv. Hemanded for sentence.

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AGRICULTURE, AND AGRICULTURAL SOCIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 25 July 1844

AGRICULTURE, AND AGRICULTURAL SOCIETIES. WuEKwetake into consideration .the rapid strides which Agricultural knowledge has made in the Mother Country during a com paratively short period-a knowledge which owes much to the aid of scientific research we are naturally led to inquire, why, in this fertile Colon?, so few advances, and they of such trifling import, have been made in Agri cultural science. The question may probably he answered by the assumption, that compa rat ive ly speaking, no pains have bteu taken hy those engaged in husbandry to acquire that information wh'ch alone can prove prac tically useful to them. Every interesting particular relive to rural affairs in genet al. has been slighted, and the consequence is, that the farmers of this country instead of possessing the intelligence, activity and en terprise of the enlightened Agriculturist at home, are almost wholly ignorant of those facts connected with the noble science uuder consideration, jyhereby their energies an...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 25 July 1844

NOTICE. ^ EV ERAL HUNDRED POUNDS to be Lent, OD undoubted securities, in various sums Apply to Mr. Darling, Solicitor, George-street, Windsor. READING ROOM. AT the request of several Gentlemen in Windsor, we have determined at ibe earliest opportunity, (should a sufficient number of Subscribers enter their names on the I'm O to devote a tloom at the Office of (ba Covnii R for tho perusal of Knçlisb, Colonial, and Foreign Tapers; to vrbich will be added, as soon ns the iipcespftrv arrangements can bo made, sonn of the most popular of tba London and other Maga zines. The terms and other particulars mav he known cn implication to the Printer and Publisher, at the office, Driiigo-street, 6ret door from George street. MR .LABAN WHITE, Will Sell bv Public Auction, at Mr, Ridge's. H oree «nd Jock*v Jon, George Street. Windsor, on SATURDAY, ilia l tb August next, at Ute Lour ot t for S 6 clock, BY Order of the Mortgagee, in pursuance of Powers contained in his Mortgage Security, ] All ibBt ...

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Homebush Races. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 25 July 1844

Homebush Races. Tbe nopes of the Sporting Gentry were rather damped on Monday, by the heavy rain which fell in Sydney and its suburbs --and the heavy clouds which hung over the Coarse, caused a corresponding gloom in the countenances of those citizens who had laid themselves out for à holiday. But the morning pf Tuesday was ushered in with the brightest beams of Phoebus, and "all the world" was abroad to see the sport. The Metropolitan Stakes of 5 sovs. each» with 50 sovs. added; weight for agc three miles. Mr, C- Roberts* Lottery, 4 years (Dunn) 1 Mr. Higgerson's b. g. Jorrock». aged 2 Mr. Holdens* b. h. Sir Charle», 5 years 3 , This was a well contested race, Lottery -only winning by a neck-Time 5 mts. 50 sec. The St. Leger Stakes of 10 sovs. each, 50 sovs. added ; one mile-and-a-halí* Mr. C. Smith's ch f. Blue Bonnet, (M'sdu) 1 Mr. R. Scotts' b. f. Peri 2 Mr. C Robert's n. s. br. c. Election 3 Won by two lengths-Time 2 mts, 52 se« The Lidies' Purse 40 sors., with sweep stakes of ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 1 August 1844

TERMS. Th» HAWKESBURY COURIER will continue to be pub lisked every Thursday morning, in Windtor and Richmond, and forwarded io ail parts of the Country. The te ms of SUBSCRIPTION are 5s. pe' Quarter; ami Subscribert not rendent tn either of the above tou nt. mutt pay in advance. The quarters end on the last Thursday in the months of March, June, >e)>temb-r, und December, on which days nty or previous to the following Monday can resignations be receive I, which must be accompanied by pay ment <./' all monies due. The carpet for ADVERTISEMENTS are: For the firtt inch, St. ; and for every inch of space after, at th tats of is.for each insertion ; and the num ber of times to be published must be written on the f ice of the manuscript, or the adoirtiiementswill be continued till countermanded. Kon-subscribers must fay the amount vretwnts to the insertion of their advertisements, which must be tent before tw Ive o'clock n,ton, on Wednesday, and orders to withdraw not late...

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From the Gazette. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, 11th July, 1844. OCCUPATION LICENSES. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 1 August 1844

From the Gazette. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, nth July, 1814. OCCUPATION LICENSES. At deren o'clock of Thursday, the 82nd day of Aupu-t next, the Colonial Treasurer wilt put up to auction, at the Colonial Treasury, in Sydney, the l:censes to occupy under the regulations of21 st August. 1841, the,following portions of land, for one year, from the 1st September, 1844. Fur ther information respecting the land, may be ob ained frc m the Sur ve vor General ; and respecting the conditions from the Colonial Treasurer. *t* The upset price of each lot ts £5 per section of 640 acres. 1. St Vincent, 640 acres, parish unnamed, on ( ogin Creek, about four miles north-east of Curr» wan. 2. St Vincent, 640 acres, parish unnamed, near Nerriga. 3. Northumberland, 640 acreB, parish unnamed, at Lake M¡ cquarie, the village reserve of Sting, ing Kay Point. 4. Phillip, Ó40 acres, parish unnamed, near By long, about six miles north of By ong. 5. King, 1000 acres, parish uunamed, near Jir rara. 6...

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Sydney Shipping News. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 1 August 1844

Sydney Shipping News. ARRIVED; Ju tv 22.-Tbe brig LOUIIA, 183 tons, Tucker, master, (rom Hobart Town tbe 16th instant,with troops and sundries. JULY 22-Tbe brig CAROLINE. H3tons, Loten, master, from Hobart Torn tbe IStb instant, with potatoes, &c. J cr.Y 22--The schooner Mj»nY Av*, 52 tons, Brown, master, from Launceston the I3ib instant, io b«U»St. JULY 25.-Tbe schooner F.ACLE, 1<'8 tons. Hodges, master, from Launceston the *6th ult., and Circular Heiid the 19th instant, with potatoes. Jut Y '¿5,-Tbe brig CA< YPSO, 105 tons, Har rold, master, from Launceston the l9tb iustant, with grain ¿tc, JOLY 25.-The barque GIRAPE 264 tot)S,Grant, master, from Laancesioa the 25th instant, with grain, &c. JULY 27-The schooner STAR op CHIMA, IO!) tons, Tinlny, master, from Port Nicholson the 6tb,and Nelson, Mew Zealand, the l4th instant, with black oil, &0. JULY 98-The schooner WANDERE«, 131 tons, Crösten, master, from Launceston the 24th inst., with ...

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