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From the Gazette. TOLLS AND FERRIES. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 12 December 1844

% TOLLS AND FEUIUES. ..... . ? : ?'..i'te At m«>e o'clock on Weiinesrlnr tl« t8th.*l¡i! of December «ext, »lie Colonial Treasurer wil put u|» io Auction at th« Colonial treasury. Ue<. street, Sydney, tie Leute« for one yar, couHneno in»the lat d»y of January, 1B45, ot die toll« «n. doesauihnri ed and imposed hy tile Act of tin Governor and Council, 4 William I y. No. Ití arisin» a.id io be collected at the uudermeiiiionec Toll Gates «nd Ferries, vie. . AT THE Tmt GATE, ts».-Near Annnndn'i Hfi«lf»e, on tlie r> ad ttoin Sidney to 1-a rama-ta Upset puce £ 1.5(H). 2nd, ai iiecketi's timide. 01 tile road he weenSvdiiev and l'arrumatta and al*( j on the r< ad between I'arraniaiia »nil Liverpool Uya-t price £27". 3rd, at Lansdowne lindie on die roml hmween Svdneyaud l.iv**rpj il, Gp -et rice £5:>5. 4di, «t B<o en Hack Utilise, ot the ro¡>d hetw-et-n tJnrr¡imuli;» and Windsor. Up'C «tice £315. dill, a» Howe's Brdge, near Wind snr. Up-et price 6 h...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 12 December 1844

Births. MOSES, Mrs. Uriah, of a son, on Monday evening last. BLANCHARD. Mrs., of a daughter, on Mon- day evening last.

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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French Doings at Tahiti PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE. HOUSE OF COMMONS—JULY 31. FRENCH OUTRAGES IN TAHITI. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 12 December 1844

French Doings at TaMti PARLIAMENTARYWTELUGEmB, W" -- HOUSE OFXOMMONS-JULY 3^. FRENCH OÜTBAG8S IK TAHITI» J Sir C. Napier, seeing the Tight ! baronet (the first Lord of the Treasur his place), belied to ask him a ques of some importance to the character honor of the British nattan. Thougi had gj*en no notice to the right hon. react pf'bis'inteniion lo do so, he ho that no objection would be raised ont ground to his question. He wished I ask whether it was true, as had been ported« that the British consul had b I MiÊÊÊÉ tue drench authorities bearing the name of Pritchard ? Whet it was true that the lights of Hngti>hn restaient at Tahiti were compulsorily < 'ioiiuisl ed by the French si an ea hour of lite evening, and whether 1 French had erected fortifications in i j harbour of Tahiti ? Whether in con j quence of thoie proceedings Q jeen I mare had taken refuge on board an Er lish ves-i-l ? Whether lhere ^as a j ifritish furce stationed at Tahiti, and, «o, what was its ...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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ON THE RELATION OF GEOLOGY TO AGRICULTURE. (Continued from our last.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 12 December 1844

ON THE RELATION OF GEOlOG? TO AGRICULTURE* (Continuai from cur tot^) We abell nov brie fl v tun over tb« cítamete «f tbs soi Ia-nf tfae different roeta, (tartly usn Mr. Johneton'e language, and partlv our own. Commencing «iib tlie uppermost rocks, a' ^oing down word«. Tba tertiary Strata,-whit ixfat near Lon.ion, and some other psrr« of En< land, but are wanting in Scothml «nd Irelan ara " »tiff, ulnost impervious dirk elita," chief fitted for pasture, unless in the. lower beds, *rlii< being mixed with anni), produce wi arable soi Tb" upper beds of the chalk inxk* tl poor.soi .hiefiy serviceable for p»Bture ; th« lower make good corn soil So tully is the aupérioHty of tl lower |>eds ncknpwled ed, ihup tn some parts < Suffolk, where the former prevail, they tiring go /rom ibelovfer l>e<ls in Kent, by aea.toi'rew p'i '(hair la»iN. The Ocean Sand, h '0 fei ¿luck cor .isla of 15') fret of clay, with about ,1H o feet i .and «Höfe, and 25 ...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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"HAWKESBURY COURIER." THURSDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1844. IMPORTANT English News. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 12 December 1844

THÛjRSbÂy, DECEMBER 12, 1844. " i --.?-.-" 1 IMPORTANT . English News. Bf the Hamlet which arrived on Tuesdi morning, we are ia possession of Europei intelligence to the 2lst August. The all-» »orbing topic was the Bombardment of Tai gier by the French Squadron, under tl command of the Prince de Join vt I le. \\ give ia another place the Telegraph Despatch of the event; and from lat« accounts received from aa Officer on boar H. M. S. fFarspite, who witnessed th affair, we are enabled to give a brief ou tl in of the maiden attempt of the war-lovin Prince. On the 6th Aug at 6 A M .tbeFrenc squadron, consisting of three Line-of-battl .hips and a large frigate of ?0 guns wer taken ia tow bythe like number of steen «rs ; and two brigs besides four more steam .rs.makingin all 14 French pendants. A ft H rangin; the ships of-the Line and frigat within gun shot of the Forts, the steamer sheared off, and broadsides from - all tb ships were poured into the place, and re turned by the Forts ;-b...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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GARDENERS & FARMERS' CALENDAR. DECEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 19 December 1844

QAtïDEN Ells' ¿V FARM EUS' CALENDAR, DECIMUER. The GarJírt.-Soir cauliflower, for which De cember and January are the best months ; collect opium. The Orchard -Thin lateral shoots of peach, nerrtxrinp, apricot, and almond trees. The Field - \ ll hauda ahould now be employed in wheat harvest.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 19 December 1844

TERMS. Tht HAWKESBURY COVRISR will continué to b» pub lished every Thursday morning, in Windtor and Richmond, and forwarded to all parts of th$ Country, The terms of SuBsonipnrm ur» 5i per Quarter; and Subscribers not resident in either of the above towns must pay in advance. The quarters end on. the last Thursday in the months of March, June, eptember and De'embe , on which days only or jneviout to the following Monday can resignations be received, which must be accompanied by pay» ment of all monies due. The ch tr pcs fur ADVERTISEMENTS are s For tics first inch, 3». ; and for entry inch of soace after, <.( the rate of lc for each insertion ; and the nu rn« ber of times to be ¡ uhliihtd must b$ written on th* face nf the manuscript, or the adotrtittmentt will be continued title untertnundei. Son-subscribers must fay the amount previous to the insertion cf their utive tisemeats wh ch mutt be smt before twelve o'clock n ton, on Wednesday, and o< dsrs ta withdra...

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Varieties. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 19 December 1844

Varieties« DUELLING AT BRIGHTON.-A laugh able incident has just occurred here, and given rise to much conversation and merriment, not unmixed, however, with some feelings of an opposite character. A draper's shopman, or tn the refined modern trading phraseology, ''assistant," not, we imagine, overgified in the upper story, having a desire lo obtain 44 a situa tion under Government," conceived the idea of making his wishes known directly to his Sovereign on her arrival tn Brighton, and he accordingly penned a missive to that effect, directed to her Majesty at the palace, the day after her arrival from France. 44 Somehow or other," a phrase brought into notoriety here by one of our Magisterial Stolons, the letter fell into the hands of a fellow shopman, who, in concert with others of the counter, concocted a reply, dated from the Pavillion informing the appli cant that her Majesty would grant him an audience. Accordingly, away he posted on the following morning, at the time named in t...

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From the Gazette. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 19 December 1844

From the Gazette. Tb« undermentioned prisoner of the Crown fa*« obtained a tioket of leave for Windsor, »nc« . the -last day of publication, fit .-William Sly, Moffatt. The undermentioned Female Prisoner of tb» Crown bas obtained a ticket ol leave for Windsor, ?ince the last day of publication :-Marr Ann Halfpenny, alias Ann Harker, alias Mary Keefe, K lizabeth. IMPOUNDED at R;6hmond.24!VNovember, one poley bullock ted aides, white back, brand not legible. One straight bo red bullock, red sides, white flunks, branded J H near hip.. If tb» above cattle are not released within twenty one -days-from the date hereof, tbev «till be sold io defray expenses.- KICIIAKO LOWNDS, Pound keeper. His Excellency the Governor lins been pleased to appoint Lieut ISBSC Rbotfea Coober, of Her Majesty's 58th regiment of toot, to be a magia trate pf the territory and ita dependencies. . His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint Henry Moor, Esq., Mayor of the Towt* of Melbourne, to be a magi...

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The [?] [?] A MASONIC SONG. I. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 19 December 1844

t. l' l.Yl mt viwmíísT&a. SICHAUDSOK. ^*4^|^g1rae*.charged in the West and Southt* the Worshipful mastercries ¡ * They are charged in the West;'~** They are charged in the. South,** gre thé Wardens'prompt replies; .* Then to our Final Toast to-night, your glasses fairly drain- ' ** Happy tsp meet-sorry to part-happy to meet again 1" n. 'Tlie Mason's social brotherhood around the festive board, Reveal a wealth more precious far than sel fish misers hoard-; They freely share the priceless stores that generous hearts -contain 44 Happy to meet-sorry to part-happy to meet again 1" IH. We work like masons free and true, and when our task is done, A merry song and a cheering glass are not unduly won ; And only at our farewell pledge is pleasure touched with pain "Happy to meet-sorry to part-happy to meet again V* iV" Amidst our mirth we drink " To all poor Masons o'er the world" On every shore our Sag of love is gloriously unfurled ; We prize each brother, fair or dark, who bears n...

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Singapore. SYDNEY EXPORTS. (From the Singapore Free Press—Aug 22) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 19 December 1844

Singapore. SYDNEY EXPORTS. (From the Singapore Free Pren-Aug 22 J On Tuesday last the recent importation of horses and sheep from Syduey were sold by public auction. The sheep were first put up in lots of 5, and went off briskly at drs. 4 60 a 5 each, whic h was considered a good price. As the time approached for the sale of horses * Tattersalls1 'became rather crowded with Europeans-Jews-Parsees-Atabs.and the various tribes of settlers, which presented an animated scene. The "knowing ones»*' whip in hand, were very busy examining the. animals, and an occasional mysterious shake of the head might be observed, implying, we presume, that it was " no go." Some were expatiating on the merits and defects of each horse, to the great edification of th» lookers on, whilst others were eager to be .: "do1l|^ ? each" jfoMîleveu horses, ? Some Sydney po tatoes were also »old at dôîlaii- 2 30 pei. picul. We believe that the importation of . these horses, Í5:c, was in some degree ea* perimental, ...

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From the Gazette. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 19 December 1844

From the Gazette. POLICE.-His Excellency tbe Governor has been pleased to make tba following Appointments, viz.:-Mr. Jesse Mannell, to be chief constable at Cassilis; and Mr. Samuel Holt, to be chief constable at Newcastle. ALLOWANCES TO WITNESSES.-His Excellency the Governor directs it to be notified, that the regulations respecting tbe payment cf witnesses in Criminal Courts, contained io the Notice issued from this office on 1st January, 1844 are heieby cancelled, aud that they will cease to be ia force after tbe SJ st December instant. 1J« BLic ACCOUNTS.-All persons having claims on the Colonial Treasury, are requested to furnish their accounts, through tba piO|>er channel, before the end of the year, or as soon thereafter as practi cable. TLe several collectors and officers, in th» receipt of public monies, will pay over io the Colonial Treasurer, on or before tlie 3lst ot December the amount of all collections remaining iu their banda rtspeclively, up to that date, BO t...

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Sydney Shipping News. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 19 December 1844

Sydney Shipping News. ARRIVED. DEC. ll.-The brig Martha, 121 tonn, Boustead, muster, from Launceston thu 28th ult., with sundries DEC! M.- The schooner Jane, 54 tons. Steel, inastei, from Moreton Bay the 8th instant, wita cedar, DEC. 12-The schooner Vanguard*,"' 6T* tons, Pi 1 fold, .toaster, from Port Nicholson th« 27th ult., with sundries and part of original cargo fromSydney. DEC. 12-The brig Tritm, 170.ton«. Browning, master,from the Manning River,, with 20)000 feet timber (hardwood). DEC. 13 -The steamer William this Fourth,5& ton», VViswrriau,master, from the* .Clarence River, the ll th iustaut. with wool, &c. .-. DEC. 14-The Post Office Packet Sarah Scott, barque.' 382 tons, Bain, master, frota London the. 2nd and Portsmouth the 9th August--with a general cargo. DEC 14-The schooner Eagle, 108 tons. Hodges, master, from Circular Head the 7th instant, with potatoes, &c, DEC 15-The brig Emma. 121 tons. Fox, master.from Adelaide the 2nd instant with sundri...

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Captain Sturt's Expedition. (From the Adelaide Observer.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 19 December 1844

Captain Start's Expedition. (From the Adelaide Observer.) We are enabled by the great kindness j of the ii «a. John Morphett. M. L. C., to lay before our readers some truly in (erecting extracts from one .of the moi recent of CAPPAIK STURT'S ¿Taímate letters« as received, from the remote at < hitherto unexplored interior. The next despatches will be looke for with intense anxiety ; and if the pre sent impression of the existence of a gres inland sea be confirmed, the consequen ces will be vast and important, beyon< human comprehension or expectancy. 14« h Oct ,1644. ** I left Lake Victoria, as I told yoi in a former letter, on the 18th Septem ber, and again cut across the country ii the Murray. As we travelled along w saw numerous tracks of wild cattle lead ing from the marshes to the river, am we encamped at the junction of the rive and a lagoon (uoe,^ spots you ever saw), just where tbesi i racks were most numerous. In tin night, therefore, we were surrounded...

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ON THE RELATION OF GEOLOGY TO AGRICULTURE. [CONCLUDED FROM OUR LAST.] [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 19 December 1844

OAr THE RELATION 0&MmOLOGY TO AGRICULTURE. i [COSCLUDED FttOM OÜB LAST.] Th* Limier iilurim rorka are also nearly 4, >U'> 1 in thickness, and in Wales lie lo the weat of Upner riluriun rocka. They consist of ab V 500 feel of sandstone, on which, when tba a face is not nabed, barrea heaths alone rest. I neath these sandstone* l<e 1 2 »o feet of sandy i «artur limestones, from tba decay of which, mav he seen ou the soutLern edge of ' aermarthi fertile arable lands are produced. The i ambr, iystem, of many thousand yards in thicknesses ?tata, in great part, of clay al a les, more or li tiard which often weather «lowlv, and alniist wavs produce either poor and thin soils, or co difficultly manne^sMe clays. expensive to woi «VI requiriug high farming to bring them ii profitable arahle luluvaiiou. Cornwall, Western Wales, and tba manntet vf Cumberland, in England ; the bi jh count wbitb BI retches from .«be Latntnennutr bills. Portpatiick, in Scotland j the mounta...

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"HAWKESBURY COURIER." THURSDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1844. Agriculture.—Smut in Wheat. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 19 December 1844

^HÜRSMY, DECEMBER 4iV 1644, Agriculture.---Smut in WE have received a very long tetter sign Z." on the subject of the" preventi .of Bmut in Wheat; and however ready anxious we may be to insert any communie tions having fpr their object the advanceme . of Agriculture, pr the interests connect therewith, we cannot devote -three colum which the letter referred to would- occup in giving publicity to a matter, when tl end can be as well answered by the insertic of one-sixth part of what is contained ia fl wordy document alluded to. Our córréi pondent A. Z." will, therefore, we trus excuse us if we give the substance of h Jetter in our own words. For the purpose of endeavouring to en dicate entirely this disease called Smu . winch is as it were a curse on Agricultun y Wàny experiments-haye been tried* some < which have partially succeeded-others ha\ entirely failed ; but an experience of u| wards of> twenty years has shewn die com píete success of the method about to be sut ...

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PROCLAMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 19 December 1844

PROCLAMATION. By His Excellency Sir Georg« Gipps, Knight Cfiptaia-General and Governor in-Chiet of th» Territory of N«m South Wale« end in De pendeuciea« and Vice-admiral of tba same. la pursuance of the authority in me Tested, by a certain AoT-pf the Imperial Parliament of Great Biitain i^K^IrelanrJ, pnased in the fifth and 6 ii yaar»,J^pner Majesty'» Reign, intituled. " An Act {^|jraulating tba Sale of waste Laud belonging to ^ne^Crown in the Australian Co. lonies," I do hereby notify and proclaim, that at tl o'clock of 'thursday, the 9 li day of January next, the following Town Allotment* of Land will be offered for sula by publie auction, at tba Colonial Treasury in Sydnsv. at the upset price affixed to each lot respect« irely on the terme and conditions and under (be provisions of tba abortwecited Act. (De* posit 10 per cent.) TOWN LOTS. Upset Price, ¿£25 per acre. 1 Parramatta, S4p,allolment No i of section 15 t Parrama'ta.lSJ p.allotment No2 of eectiouzá r i^Upset Price, £2 j...

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Original Correspondence To the Editor of the Hawkesbury Courier [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 19 December 1844

j-. ^B>^b>«^B^ptiHty andi ©ráotilpí tooffera lew remar ks po |ts origin and uses which may'not be uninteresting to many o' yôûr readers; aad at some future périod.witi your leave'also, I «nay refer to some of:its telátiotisU» the Arts «nd Sciences'¡-and ¡lien deavouring todo this J shall divest inysubjeei as irAjch as pps8tble gf those ttchnicaiitiei which seern invented as ir ware to rendel more repugnant » science already teeming with intrinsic difficulties. Chemistry ia c rçqrdpf Ar%biç origin," and signifies to con« ceal-referring most probably to the pro> found secrecy observed by -tiler old Alche mists in their operations, which had for theil object the discovery of the transmutation o! metals iuto gold--arid au elixir for tbe*pro longdtiou Ol life j yet, notwithstanding these extravagant and visionary pursuits, weare indebted to them for many valuable hiatt and important discoveries,, * ' Chemistry is a science of modern origin; though weean discover indeed from the ...

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LAND PROCLAMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 19 December 1844

LAND PROCLAMATION. By his Excellency Sir George Gipps, Knight, Captain General and Gorernor-in-Chief of the Ten ¡tory of Near South Wales and ita Depen dencies, and Vice-Adiniral of the same, icc, ¿tc, ¿Ste ID pursuance of tbe authority in me vested hy a certain Act of the Imperial Parliament of Great Britain and Ireland, passed in the 5tn and 6thyear ot her Majesty's Reign, intituled ' Au Act'for regulating the «ale of Waste Land belonging to the Crown in the Australian Colonies," I do hereby notify and proclaim, that at eleven o'clock ol Wednesday, the «th dny of January next, the toi bowing portions of Crown Lands will ba offered for {Sa« by Public Auction, et the Coluoml trea sury, in !*vdney,at the upset price affixed to each lot respectively, on the terms and conditions and tinder the provisions of the above recaed Act. (Deposit tan pet cent.) . COUNTRK LOTS. (Upset price £l per acre.) . I St. Vincent, 4<Ja, parish unnamed, et Long Poiut.Sbolhaven hiver ti Su Vincen...

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