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ON THE RELATION OF GEOLOGY TO AGRICULTURE. To the Editor of the Hawkesbury Courier. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 5 December 1844

To /Ä8 Editor of ita Hawkesbury Courier?] SIR,-Observing that you have most per? severingly advocated in your paper the. Agricultural Interests of your District, ! do not think 1 shall be considered aa intruder, if, ia carrying out the plan suggested by you; correspondent " Antbropos," I request your insertion of the following remarks, oh the relation of Geology to Agriculture; They were recently copied from a valuable periodical, and appeared to have been written in reference to a work published by Blackwood and Jones, entitled " Elements of Agricultural Chemistry and Geology.*' I am. Sir, Your obedient servant, JNDIGATOR. Sydney, Nor. 30,1841 Soils heilig formed (by weathering or «stund dissolution) out of (tie rocks on which, they rest, their character, with a regard to tbe purposes of (ba agriculturist, depends on the constitution of those rock«. lt therefore becomes of great con sequence to kuovr tbe constituent matetisl of rocka, aa well sa (heir arrangement and géogra phie»! ...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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Police Office. TUESDAY, 3RD DECEMBER. Before W. Cox and L. D. Whittaker, Esqrs. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 5 December 1844

Police Office. TUESDAY, 3RD DECEMBER. Before W. Cox and L. D. Whittaker, Esqrs. James Thomson, remanded from the pre vious Tuesday-on a charge of stealing a tablecloth the property of Mrs. Cope-was placed at the bar. By the evidence in this case it appears that the defendant (who can hardly speak having had a poitiou of his tongue cut off at Algeria) went to Mrs. Cope's on the 19th ult, begging for relief. He had at the time he knocked at the door-a bag with him ; the servant fetched bim a piece of bread with which be went away, but was shortly after taken up by constable Holden who, observing the bag and searching it found the table cloth ; he immediately took him to the chief ' constable, who ascertained that Mrs. Cope was the owner of it. The case was clearly Jbrought home to the prisoner, who made no defence and was committed for trial. Mary Sherrard-charged with a trifling assault on a constable, was discharged-he declining to prosecute. Thomas Houston-remanded from the pre vio...

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LAND PROCLAMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 12 December 1844

LAND PROCLAMATION. Dy his Excellency Sir Georpre Gipps, Knight. OnpuiH Gen«ral and G..»eruor ía-T'lder' <*É" lin Territory ot' New South U nies and its De en dem ie.1), and Vice-Admiral of ibe same, Sac., &ÍC, ¡kc. in pursuance nf the nu horny in me vested hy « oeilain .-let ot ill» Imperial Parliament of Gteat lir;t in un I Ireland, passe l in ihn otu and 6ihyeu< nf her Majesty's Hel^n. intituled ' An Act foi j regulating i lie -ale of Waste Laud belonging io the Crown in the Australian Colonies," 1 do he;ehr notify and proclaim, that nt e ^ren o'clotk O' Wednesday, the bib dav ol'.' nuary next, the lo.- 1 lowing portions ot Crown Lintis will he offeree for Sa . hy I'uhlic Auction, at «he C<l >rjial I rei Rory, in ^vtluey, at the upset price affixed toeact lot respective! v, on th» terms and contliuoi S-ini' under the provisions of the above recited Ac*. ^ Deposit ten per ce .I.) COUNl'ltr LOT% (Upset pried £l per acte.) I St. Vincent, 48...

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AT THE POLICE OFFICE, HARTLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 12 December 1844

AT TUE POLICE OFFICE. HARTLEY. i Roxburgh, 610 ocies, parish of Thorus hope,*

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OCCUPATION LICENSES. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 12 December 1844

OCCUPATION" LICENSES. At Eieren o'clock of Thursday, the 19th day of December next, «vdt be pul up to auction, at the seve al (daces nam d, the Licenses io occupy under the HeguUuotis of the ?ist August 16-11 tin* following porli-ns J t Laud, for one y<-ar, from the «st January, 1845. Furtherinfor manon respecting1 the Laud may be obtained from the Surveyor General ; amt tespectin<¿ the conditions, trom the Colonial I reasurei ; and at the Police Office nf (be District, where (be auction* gre to take place. ATT1IECOLONIALTREASURY.SYDNEY. The upset price cf each lot is £5 per section of 64') acres. 1. Cumberland, 6 KJ acres, parish of Wedder burn, about four miles southeast of Campbell town. 2. Phillip, 890 acres, parish unnamed) near Moolarben. 3. Phillip« 640 acres, parish unnamed, near Alo dat ben. 4. Phillip, 640 acres, parish unnamed, near [ Louee. 5. Phillip, 614 acres, parish unnamed, at Taloihy. 6. Phillip, 640 acres, parish unnamed, near iUoolarb'-n. 7....

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AT THE POLICE OFFICE, BATHURST. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 12 December 1844

AT TUB POUCH OFFICE, BATÍÍURST. 1 Geargmna, 6W seres, parish unnamed, near Mount La* sou. 2. Georgiana, 9 0 acre», parish unnamed, «ear \Jouiu Law ion.

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AT THE POLICE OFFICE, GOULBURN. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 12 December 1844

AT THE POLICE Ot-FICF, GOULBURN. '. A rtryf«». 64') no-es, |>ansh unnamed, near Corowood, Lake George. V. A rgyje. i>4'l seri s, parish unnamed, tiesi Cnrowc'iifr, L ke George, 3. Argyle, 8 ><> acres, pamb unnamed, nen? Corowi nj;. Lake Ceo ife. 4 *rgv|e. 0 0 aces, patuh unnamed, noa Corowoii'j, La^e (ieorire. 5. -ir.\lr. Ol' acres, parish unnamed, nen CoM.'Wvnj: i^r.ke Geo'te. ti. Ar».ie, ol1 aces, pariah unnamed, neai Tarlo, by ile head ot' Tarlo Kiier. ' 8, GBôTçhn», §W 0r9h parish urtcftmad,-it Kn-ig*IooU, «t Diamond Swamp. 9. Georgiana, 640 acre«, parish unnamed, nt Kingalotila. JO. Georgiana, 640 acres, parish unnamed, at Kangniool'i. Tl. Georgiana, 64'» acres, parish unnamed. »ear Bolong, near Jlugbuggan Creek, Aber crombie River.

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Origianl Correspondence. To the Editor of the Hawkesbury Courier. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 12 December 1844

Tothe Editor of If* ffîmofoibury Courier. SIB,-Noticing in last week's COURIER, in your remarks upon the Ute Wool Sales, an'allusion to the dirty state of the Wools got up in this Colony, I beg to offei a few observations upon that subject. In the ca parity of Clerk to a Woollen Manufacturer in the West of England, ! had the superin» teiidence of making into cloth the first sample of Australian Wool introduced into that par ticular district. The chief and in fact the only complaint made against it was the ex treme waste to which it was subject during the process of scouring, in consequence of the quantity of dirt and grease with which it was encumbered, and of a great portion of which it ought to have been deprived be foie it left the possession of the glower. It was found that this waste amounted to six nounds in every twenty poftnds of Wool-01 'hirty percent upon the Australian ; while the generality of German Wools lose in the same operation from sixteen to twenty per ?cent, oftn...

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Sydney Shipping News. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 12 December 1844

Sydney Shipping News. ARRIVED; DEC. 7.-The steamer Shamrock, 200 tons Gilmore, master, from Port Phillip The 30th ult. Launceston the 4th, and Boyd Town Twofold Bay, the 6th instant-with wool. &C. DEC 8.-The steamer Maitland, 103 tons. Parsons, master, from Port Macquarie the 7th instant-with 10 000 feet, cedar. 4 bales wool. 20 hides. 7 bundles leather. &c. DEC. 8-The sfesmer Sovereign, 119 tons. Cape, master, from Moreton Bay th« 6tli instant, with 130 bales wool. DEC 8-The brig Calypso, 105 tons. Harrold, master, from Launceston the 29tU ult -with wheat, &c. DEC 9 -The steamer Jami's Walt, 141 tons. Taggart, master, from Hobart Town the 4th, and Twofold Bay the 8th instant--? with sundries. DEC 10-The barque Hamlett349 tons. Wilson, master, from London the I7th,and Portsmouth the 21st August-with a general cargo. DEC. 10.-The brig William, 149 tons. Thom, matter, from Launceston the 3rd iust. -with wheat, &c. SAILED. j DEC. 5 -Thesehonner ÏFa»e,Rii...

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PROCLAMATION, [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 12 December 1844

PROCLAMATION, By His Excellency Sir George Gipps, Knight Captain-General and Governor in-Chief of tina territory of New South Wales and it* De« - pendencies, «nd Vice-\d mi ral of the same; In pursuance <>f the authority in me vetted« by a certain A>st of the Imoerial Parliament of den' il itniu ami Ireland, p->s«ed in tb», nf:li e:)d 6 ll year* of her Majesty'? Reign, iiuiui'ed, " An Act for regulating the Sale oí'«raste Lind belonging to tl ie i rown in the Australian Co. lome.," I do hereby noiifv and pr cla ra, that at \ I o'«l<«k of lliureilay. the 9 h day óf .l iiiuary nezi, the b illowing Town -tlloimenta .f Land wd| tie offe'ed 'or sale by publie «uciioti, at the C'o¡<ui¡ál .I'rrasury' ia >ydim*,' a: the upset price affixed to h lot respect ively on the terms and conditions «mi tin ier be pror sionu, ot* th* nbove-iecited Act. (!)». posit 10 lier cent ) TOWN LOIS. U; *et Price, ,£25 per acre. 1 Parramatta, 54p.allotment No ' of se...

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BOMBARDMENT OF [?]ANGIER. EXTRAORDINARY EXPRESS FROM PARIS. Times Office, Friday Morning, Aug. 16. Half past 5 o'clock. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 12 December 1844

^CTRAORDÍÑARf r EXPRESS FROM PARIS. ... Timtt Office, Friday Morning, Aug. 16. Half patt 5 o'clock. ? We have received by extraordinary ex* press the Paris journals of yesterday, with a letter from our correspondent in that capital. The latter contains the following passages ; " PARI9, THURSDAY MORNING, AUG. 15. " It was not without reason that in ray letter of yesterday I described as ominous the article in the Journal des Débats, which, on the alledged authority of lettrse from Gibraltar, and the journals of Cadiz and Madrid, described the exasperation of the Moors to be so great as to suggest fears that the Emperor would not be nble to persevere m a pacific course. The Débats of this day contains the following : " ' We are assured that the Government rece ved th s (Wednesday) night the follow ing important intelligence from the coast of Africa : " * The reply to the ultimatum» sent to . the Emperor of Morocco hy the Prince Admiral commanding the French fleet, bas not appeared sat...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 12 December 1844

Settlers' Wholesale Price Current. STONEY, DECEMBER 6TH, 1844. Wheat.-?The market continue* well stocked. Van Diemen*« Land realizing about 3s. lOd. per bushel ; good Colonial sam ples fetching 3*. to 3«. 3J. Flour continues without any change in price. Maize -There is a large quantity in the market, and the best samples ara realizing ls per bushel of 601 bs. English Barley is at present in demand, a few hundred bushels being required. Cape Barley has also been enquired for lately ; « few prime samples would meet with purchasers. Hay continues to decline in price, but good compressed oaten hay is scarce. Bacon and Hams sell well, and prices re main the same. Butter.-The price of butter is still lower, many lots having been sold at 6J. per Cheese of ihe better kind is in demand, and will realize a trifling advance. Eggs are scarce and looking up. If equally mixed with duck«* they realise better prices and sell quicker. Pigs."-This market continues steady as to prices, and stoie pigs ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 12 December 1844

TERMS. FA' HAWKESBURY CoTIWErt Will COflflfl«« /O &» pU&« libhed eve y Thursday morning, in Windsor and Richmond, and forwarded to alt parti of the Country, I he terms of SiBscnirrioN are per Qnirte"¡ ami Subtcribrs not resident in either ot' the «lions touns must v<>y in «dvunce. The quarters end on t'>e lust Thursday in the mouths ot March. 'u»e, ?yei>te'nber a-d Deenbe , ou which (taus any or 1»eiiout tn th' fol'ouiog Woxlay can revgnutims be receive ', which must be accompanied by pay» ment J'all maxies due. The ch trues f«r ADVFRTISEMEVTS are: Far the first inch, 3s. ; and for every inch of snace after, <it the rafe of ls fir each insertion; ad thu B«m« ber at' times f<> bo / wlisfud must be written on tba fare cf th: mitnwrint, or the advertisements will b; continued title unit* mmtded \on-tuhsc Hie s most ay t<% um mm premims f" the mst th» of their -i.ve tia > ems v>*> ch mml tm t nt bjtne ¡ve! ...

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SAYINGS AND DOINGS OF THE Legislative Council. TUESDAY, DEC. 3. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 12 December 1844

SAYINGS AND DOINGS OF THU Legislative Council TUESDAY, DEC. 3, Dr. NICHOLSON presented a petition from the inhabitants of Yass, praying a snnr'tO' 1 he. f laced on the estimates for the erection of a lock-up house at Gunning, iu that dis« trier. , Mr. YOUNO presented a petition from Wm Hamilton Hart. Esq., on behalf of the Bank of Austrnlnsia.praying the insertion in the Bank of Australia Shares Bili certain of provisions to secure the interests of that company. Mr. MURRAY presented :a petition from Queanbeyan, against the Squatting Regula tions. The foregoing petitions read and received. On the motion of Mr. Robinson, an ad dress was voted to his Excellency the Go vernor, requesting certaiu returns relative to capital convictions. Council adjourned. WEDNESDAY, DEC. 4» The SPEAKER read to the Council two message» from his Excellency the Governor. The first of which had reference to the ap propriation of a sum of money for »he erection of an hospita] at Maitland and Mel bourne ; the ...

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Varieties. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 12 December 1844

Varieties. A GENUINE Î*CENE WITH ABERNETHY -About a year-aud-a-half before til dea'.li of Slr. Abernethy, a big fellow, clerk in a brewer's establishment, went t consult that eminent niau, when the fol f lowing conversation took place betwee them : The patient, who had a verycraz frame, but a sound understanding, said «pon entering the parlour, and seeing little odd looking man with the knees o Iiis breeches loose, I want lo speak ti Dr, Abernethy.-Doctor: 1 am no Doc tor ; what brines you here ? I came foi advice to be 6ure. You don't think ', came to ask you how you do ? Ha ! mut tered Abernethy, evidently pleased will meeting a congenial customer. No ; j hope not ;^ut there's no use in your com ing to me for advice ; you won't take if Yes, I will. What trade are you ? A butcher or a publican, or a costermonger ' Not a bit of it ; you're all wrong ; 1 an a brewer's« Jerk. What thry cali a hroati cooper? I am a collecting clerk. Wurst and worse. Nothing can satisfy fellow: of your ...

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GARDENERS' & FARMERS' CALENDAR. DECEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 12 December 1844

GÁKDEN Elli' t¡ F A ll M FAIS' CALENDAR. I DECEMBER. 77t« Garden.-Soir cauliflower, forwliicb De cember uiid January are the best months ; collect (ij.ium. The Orchard --Thin lateral sboots of pesen, .nvtui»«, nricoi, and almond treea. The Field --Ail bands sbouM narr be employait in wh-A' li «r^est.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 12 December 1844

TO JNWSTRIOÜS MECHANICS, AND. OTHERS. A Good Opportunity ! MR. GEORGE SEYMOUR WILL SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION, On Saturday, * THE «sr DECEMBER, INSTANT, ÂT ©ILMflSHÂKO'S. " WHITE PART INN," WINDSOR, AT TWELVE O'CLOCK, THE UNDERMENTIONED ALLOTMENTS OF LMD, SITUATE at Hie Vil'age of SO.M M I-RS TOWN, distant about one qu itter of a mile from the Town of Windsor, viz. : - ONE ALLOTMENT, containing one quarter of an Acre, fronting Beddek street. OTÍE ALLOTMENT, containing one quarter of an Acre, fronting Beddek and Charles streets. ONE ALLOTMENT, containing 30J Rods, fronting High S'reel and the New Pitt Town Road. The above ALLOTMENTS are well fenced-in. Any further information may be obtained on applica'inn to The Auctioneer, At his Mart, George street, Windsor, (if by letter post-paid.) , TER MS AT SALE. Notice. MR. GEORGE SEYMOUR, begs leave to call the attention of the nun erous persons who stand indebted to him,-(amounting to (»ne Thousand Pounds)-and so long owing and due He is willi...

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[?] INDIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 12 December 1844

^MWlúbMwá ou th« tiger's track ? ^B&íthe f usu-of ray dark cheek waken his *** w#«ïf ^ -, ^Doet h« covet the bow at roy back Î * Heb«* rivers and seas,w bei ethe billows and ? breeza . . JBesr tiehes for bim stone ; j And the sons cfthe wood never plunge in the . flood _ That the white man calls hi<» own. Then why should he covet the,streams where none . .But the Ted-skin dare to swim? Oh! why should he wrong th* hunter,--one VWho never did harm to him ? The father above thought fit to give To the white man cum and wine ; There are golden fields where he may live. But the forest wilds are mine. Thc eagle bas Us place of rest, . The wild horse where lo dwell. And the spirit who gave the bird its nest Made me a home as well. Then back, go back from the red*skin*s track -For the hunters eye grows dim, To find that the white man wrongs the one Who never did harm to him.

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MONTHLY PHASES OF THE MOON, DECEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 12 December 1844

MOMHLY PHASES OF THE MOON, I DEtEMBlTI. ,D. M. n. Fi-st Quarter.17 26 " 1 Morning F-iH Moon .... _25 S3 " 8 "

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HOUSE OF LORDS—AUGUST 1. THE FRENCH PROTECPORATE OF TAHITI. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 12 December 1844

MOUSE OF LOitDS-AUGUST 1. THE FRENCH PROTEO TOR. ATE OF TAHITI, j J n answer lo I lie Marquis of Clauri earde, win* inquired whether any rep.ua lion had been in ide fur the outrages com mitted by the Fieneh at Tabill, and, it not, what measures had been tuken. The i-ari of Aberdeen sai J,- il is un doubtedly true, iii.it fi g.oss outage lias Oeetj coiiimitted against tlie persun ol' u Biiiish subject; indeed, so rla-tanl an outrage, timi, if I had nol recéived an » auiheaüc account of the transaction, it j would have appeared to me almost inc dible. But I wish to state that this p weding has taken plane,, not only wi out lite possible knowledge, or insln tion, or participation of the French C vernment, but under a s'ate of thu which has been disavowed bv them, (Hear, hear; It will be-recolle^d ti in Sep'ember last, the French autliorit at Tahiti dethroned the Queen, and to absolute possession of, and exercised t fy 11 rights of sovereignty over thát islar AB soon as a representation...

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