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English News. Per the ship "Persian." HER MAJESTY'S VISIT TO SCOTLAND. BLAIR ATHOL, Thursday Morning. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 2 January 1845

English News« P«r th» ship "Pêrêian. HER MAJESTY'S VI*IT TO SCOT LAND. ULAIR ATHOL, Thu rad ay Morning.] The fatigue attendant; "j>gfl^|^^ ^o>* â^ "- !Sft1ft ^ô¥fhèv ten ocr ed ^IpSl ressary that her Majesty should flaw retirement after her arrival at Jilin Athol. It is understood t'«at her Ma jesty desires to maintain privacy as fa as possible during her temporary rest ?dence îiere ; but every opporiunit which the romantic scenery of ihe plac .affords for providing amusemen'-f par ticularly out door amusement-will, i is .understood, he made aya lable; * . The reception of the ti nyul paHy a the differer points on the load- fron Dundee to Blair A hoi was most en thusiasiic. Although the multitude .of people congregated in Dundee al most forbad the supposition that then could he many waiting in the line o road that were within any distance o! the to*«I, it was astonishing what num berg "were to be seen on every point on the way side. At Copar Angus, the first posting *ra¿e_out ...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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The New Year. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 2 January 1845

Tàs New Year. ^naCa the publication of our last number, a "new epoch has commenced ; and in bailing tho dawn of 1845, we trust we shall have -given welcome to an era of prosperity. We do not pro*ess to be gifted with the power -of looking ioto futurity, andTealizinsr events which are w sely hidden from mortal ken ; "hu*, as any man In the possession of ordi nary faculties, may make calculations with regard to the future hy information derived "from experience of the past, so do we infer, that the season of difficulty and distress with which the Colony has* for some time past been v sited, is about to be succeeded hy ono of comparative ease and national pr *8 perity. Moreover, we are justified in com ing to a conclusion of this kind, by the adoption of an opinion in which we are not singular, namely, that, for some time past symptoms of reaction have bee^ very per ceptible. By a reference to accounts from England we find that the price of our staple commodity- -WOOL-has steadily adva...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 9 January 1845

TE R MS. Th IT AWKEsnunv Covnmn. will continué tobt pub' lished every Thursday morning, in Windsor and liichmond, und forwarded to ali paru of the Ccuntry. The terms of SUBSCRIPTION «re 5i per Quarter ; and Subscrib rs not resident in eilher of the abott touns must pay in advance. The qnartertmd oi í'ie lust Thursday in the months of March, June, ? eptember. and Uecembe?; on which ilayson'y er preciouitothtfoVouing Mowlay can resigna ti mt be receive which mutt be accompanied by pay» ment f alimonies due. The chirges f«r ADVFRTISEMCNTB are: For tlc» first inch 3s.; a'id for e\-ery inch of titaee after, <i the rate tf ls for euch insertion ; ai d ih: nuns» ber oí tim t lo bi , u iishtd' must be written ott the fare rf th» m inns ri^t, or the ado fttitttnents will bi continued title untermnnded ^cn?sut>*ß il* * must ay t e nm mm precious lo tlie <»m lion of their ¡¡ave tiseu-ents u>h ch must be t nt bfore tn cl ve a clo k n wi, on We .netday, and o d rt tm ...

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From the Gazette. OCCUPATION LIGENSE[?] [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 9 January 1845

' '"HM ¡;i\.j ( ! ->-^¡;-M ¿; _ ?._-.^t At Eleven p'fta* of iBujatyy, íbe^tl iSsjr of January next; Wilt be>putupto a?cilon,.at tb* several places oamsd^ the LiceolMw Jj) occupy under tbe legulationa of Stst Augsst, 1841, tb* following portions of Land, for ont year, froto lite ist day of February, iB45. further Infor, maüon respeeuVig the Land may be obtained (rom the Purveyor-General, and respecting tba conditions from ib6 Colonial Treasurer* I fae upset pries of each Lot is £5 per Sectio» of 6*0 acres* ? I Pbillip, 640 acres, parish unturned, at Cox's Crow t Pbillip, 6*0 acres, parisb unnamed, at Cos's Crown r, ' 3 Phillip, 6*0 acres, parish unnamed, at Cox'« Crown 4 Phillip; 640 acres, parisb unnamed, at Cox*» Crown ' ' ." 5 Phillip, 640 acree, parisb Unnamed, near the » Gulph' 6 Phillip, 640 acres, parish unnamed, , near lue' Gulph' x 7 Phillip, 800 acres, pariah unnamed, near Cooyal 8 Camden, 1100 seres, parisb unnamed, at Burragorang 9 Canteen, 9*3 aerea, parish unnamed...

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Sydney Shipping News ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 9 January 1845

Sydney Shipping News AURIVKI). JAN. 2-the schooner li aterhty, 155 tons. liiivle, master, from Newcastle, wita. 100 tons coals. .IAN. 4.-The schooner Martha <$. Eliza beth. 81 ton«, Devlin, master, from Port Phillip the 29th ult with wool, &c. JAN. 5.--The schooner Mary Ann, 52 tous, A muer, rnastei, from Port Phillip the 29th ult -with wool. JAN. 6-The barque Agincourt, 669 tous. Neat by, master, from Ñoifolk Island the 29íh ult.-with Government stores. JAN. 6.-The barque Colombian, 276 tons, Wakem, master, from Liverpool ilia 20th Sent-with a general cargo. JAN. 6.-The barque Victor, 338 tons, Morgan, master, from Gravesend the 18ih Sept.-with a general cargo. JAN. 6-The brig William, 149 tons, Thom, master, from Launceston the 2ud iust.-with wheat, &c. ! SAILED. JAN. 2.-The brig Emma, Fox, master, for Adelaide-with sundries. JAN 2-Th-î ship ¿anchester, 333 tons -v master, for Londou~with sundi íes. JAN 4-The schooner ¡Vaterlinj, Ha vie, ! master, lot li...

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The Bushman's Hunt. FOR THE "HAWKESBURY COURIER. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 9 January 1845

FOB JHB ** HAW*¿5BrjBY «QltBIEfc, O'er mountain land,* jovial baud, We merry Bushmen go, No careâ aonoy, hut mirth *nd|oy, AT««H weCtosbtnen know. The Jshdlswide, «Vr which we fids, Our steed« are swift and true. Our dogs «t*eed. sre^ood in speed, As e'er chased Kangaroo." The morning breaks, the bushman wakes From slumber deep and sound, His dogs ere there, his steed is near, His comrades lay around. Up and away, His break of day, Our game we soon will view ; Our wild employ, the bushman's joy, ? Is tooting Kangaroo. The tangled brush, amidst the bush, The fearful game conceals, But soon the prize, like the wind flies, The dogs are at bis heels. The practised steed, with swiftest speed, The dogs and game pursue ; Each heart beats light, as in his flight, They chase the Kangaroo. The brush they dear, sway with fear, Like wind the courser's fly, "Onward they go, their track they know, And forward is the cry. In at the death, all with one breath, Raise lond the wild halloo. Their shou...

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Legislative Council. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 9 January 1845

Legislative Council. X)ua readers will perceive thal the Governor has declared the Legislative Council pro rogued to the 4th day of March next. His Excellency's Speech on the occasion was -anything but complimentary to the Repre sentative Members, ten only of whom (if Tve except the. Speaker) wera present when it was delivered ;-namely, Captain Du maresq, Dr. Nicholson, Mr, Walker, Mr. Panton, Mr. Robinson, $r. Boyd, Mr, M acaríhur, Mr. Therry, Mr. Young- and Dr. Lang, Mr. Wentworth and Captain Coghill-who"had been previously present -T-left the Chamber prior to his Excellency's arrival. The Collector of Customs was the only Government Officer absent. Cf the Crown nominees, Messrs, Berry, Lamb, , 4ind Hamilton were absentees. With re ference to his Excellency's Speech itself, we would observe, that although perhaps, it was not a very gracious one, still, it was such a one as those who knew his Ex cellency well, and had watched throughout the Sßssion the colliding movements be tween ...

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Proclamation. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 9 January 1845

Proclamation. By bis Excellency Sir George Gipps, 'Knight, Captain-General end Cj'overuor ?io Chief of the Territory of New South \ Wales and its Dependentes, and Vice- ; Admiral of the same, &c. &c. &c. j WHEREAS by an Act passed by tb« Imperial Parliament of Great Btitsiu «nd Ireland, tn_ the seventh and eight years ot th«f reign öf h*?r present Most Gracious Majesty Queen Victoria, iutüuied 44 An Act to explain and amend tin ct f r the Governhmit of Neu-. South (Vales and Fan Diemens Land." it is ^amongst other things euacted-that the said Act shaii be proclaimed by the Governor of New South Wales within sis weeks after a copy of it shall have been received by him,and shall take effect within the SHid colony from the day of the procla mation thereof: Now. tb rn fore, J, the Governor aforesaid, do hereby certify and m»ke know» that. I received a copy of the said Act on the thirtieth day of December instant, and in pursuance of the directions therein contain...

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Wool Circular. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 9 January 1845

Wool Circular. A series of Wool Sales, which commenc ed on the 11th September, have closed to* .lay, consisting of 4.093 bales from Sydney, Port Phillip and Port Adelaide-and 3,130 bales of low descriptions. The Australians sold at steadv rates,which are very satisfactory to the importera and the growers ; they were in much better condition and more free from grass see-1s and burrs than last season's Wool, with tlif exception ot some of the Port Adelaide flocks, which still admit of great improve ment ; and the flock-masters would find it to their advantage to send their woola to market in better condition. j The low Wools generally were not a very choice selection. Liverpool, 14th Sept.

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THE GOVERNOR'S SPEECH. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 9 January 1845

Gamed, ott iu^^^a^K^^^^a^' *'MB. SPEAKER AND GHrTLSvri^-ljuD' happy in^jb^ protracted Bpssion to a çîosei sod tofre lease you^oWjító .* Aa you have, gentlemen^ declined to t aie i nip considerationthe ^timiate, wbiicb «arly in the session' f laid before you, far tb« Administration of Justice, in the year which ia now ensuing, 1 bave »nty to ex press my hope that the funds which the law had pievionsly placed at my disposa) may be found sufficient to keep open the ordinary tribunals of the colony: theíé .ioureea which aie withiu ray reochl shall rigorously devote to the purposes to which they are applicable, but I shall not suffer myself to exceed in any manner the au thority which I constitutionally hold, nor to set aside the instructions of her Majesty, " The supplies which you have granted for other branches of the public aervicé, I shall expend with the utmost regard to economy ' "* I atn happy to be able to congratulate, you on the marked improvement which has recently manifested...

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THE NEW SOUTH WALES ACT. ANNO SEPTIMO ET OCTAVO VICTORIÆ REGINE. CAP. LXXIV. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 9 January 1845

THE NEW SOUTH WALES ACT. jiyXO SEPTIMO ET OCTAVO VICTORIM REGI NM. CAP. LXXIV. A« Act to explain and amend the Act for the government of New Soufh Wales and V an Diemen's Land.--August 6th, 1844. WHEREAS* by an Act passed in the sixth j ear of the reign of her present Ma jesty, intituled "An Act for the irovermnent of New South Wales and Van l)iem*>n't> Land," it is amongst other things enacted, that one half of the expense of the police establishment of the colony of New South Wales, {exclusive of the convict establish tuent) shall be defrayed out of tbe general revenue arising from taxes, duties, rates, and imposts within the said colony, sud the other half shall be defrayed by assessment upon th* several districts of the colonv in Mich proportions as shall be, from time to : tim* fixed by 1 he Governor and Legislative ! Council of the said colony; und wheieas '. doubts ha?e arisen as lo what is the con «nd Coming thia present Parliament «»(6^^t-; the contrictf«s'rW4i*hpt...

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SUPREME COURT.—CRIMINAL SIDE. Monday, January 6, 1845. HORSE STEALING. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 9 January 1845

SUPREME COlTiiT.-CRÏMINAL SIDE. Monday, January G, 1845. ' HOBSE STBAtlNG. john Smith stood indicted for having, on 13th November last, stolen a horse, value £10 from one Phillip Snape. A second count jaiii the, pipperly as belonging to on« öeorge J "Pickering. The evidence went to shew that the horse' which had been left io charge of Mr. Snape, by Pickering, to sell for £10, had been entrusted by Snape to prisoner, to return to Picketing, at Maneroo, with whom prisoner had previously lived; that pri soner subsequently publicly offered tba animal for sale, stating that he had pur chased it at the Woolpack Inn.tiaymarker, fdr £8 ; «nd a person named Forster becams the purchaser for £3. . ?The prisoner put th a written defence to the effect that if he had sold the horse it must have been when, under the influence of liquor. . The Chief Justice, in summing op, re-, served the poiut as to ownership, and de sired the Jury to consider whether at th« time the horse first came into prisoner...

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"HAWKESBURY COURIER." THURSDAY, JANUARY 9, 1845. NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 9 January 1845

TriUBßÜAY, JANUARY S, 1845. NOTJÖß TO lÏÏBRE&bA'JypNTS. ^olnj^ing .^ük <Mt-^Í^$r in our next puùUcationi ïi **'0. P. Q." is inatíMseible,-" De moríais, vii nisi bonum," ^ '

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 9 January 1845

Birth. STEWART, Mrs. Robert, of George Street of a Son, on Monday last, 6th inst.

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Varieties. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 9 January 1845

Varieties, " WHAT'S TN A NAME A el np Iowa, by the name of NTcw, recen got married, and being; somewhat o facetious turn of mind, named his fi foorn Something," which of com was *' Something New." The seco was christened " Nothing," it bei «« Nothing New." HEIGHT OP WAVES_The hight wave which struck the French sh ** Venus." during her voyage, was' metres (24 feet) ; the longest wave w met with in the south coast of Nt Holland, and was three times the len» of the frigate, or 150 metres (492 feel An Italian, boasting of the beatiti of hts country to a Yankee, and me lion mg Vesuvius as the climax whit America liad nothing like-" Pooh exclaimed Jonathan, out of patienc ?.* Damn your Vesuvius ! we've got Niagara that will put it out in five tn nutes !" A QUAKER'S LETTER.-Friend Join I desire thee to be so kind as to go 1 one of these sinful men in the flesl «ailed attorneys, and let him take ot an instrument with a seal thereunto, b means wheteof he may seize theoutwar tabernacle of Geo...

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Norfolk Island. ATTEMPT AT PIRACY. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 9 January 1845

Norfolk Island. ATTEMPT AT PIRACY. On the arrival of the Agincourt at Nor folk Island on the 26th ult. an attempt was made by the crew of the second launch consisting of fourteen men, under the charge of a free coxswain and Serjeant Farr, and two privates of the 99th aud one of the 58th regts.-who were armed with cutlasses and old unserviceable pistols -to seize the boat when on its way ta the Agincourt. In order to withdraw the attention of the guard-a man pulling one of the forward oars dropped it overboard as if by acci dent-and whilst backing a-stern and the Attention of the guard was lilied on the floating oar-the crew rushed upon the guard, and one of them having seized the coxswain by the throat forced him into the bottom of the boat, whilst the ringleader -John Fletcher, seized the Serjeant who . was in the act of drawing his cutlass they then forced the three privates over board-one of them (Bennett) of the 99¡h, having vainly attempted to discharge his old pistol. Three of...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 9 January 1845

MOST ELIGIBLE OPPOKTUNt IY. To Farmers & Others. A FAÍÜM of 120 Acres, situated Hit, WWW WHITE, Has received instructions from Mr. Julio Alcorn, Proprietor of «be ab re valuable ESTATE to ¿ÜT tba same by PUBLIC AUCTION, for * terna of Five Years,-ou TUESDAY. (Le 28th day nf January instant, .? if not previ ously LET BY PRIVATE CONTRACT,) at MR WILLIAM CROSS'S, the sign of tue " Windsor Hotel,"at ia o'clock. Tba AU "HONKER in describing tue above well-known Estate, needs not tba com mon subterfuge of puffimg it being: a Pro perty that ls not every nay brought before the Public notice, its situation hem* of na ramount importune», namely,-aa extensive ! f-ontug« to tba South Creek bounded on 'he Souili bv John 'Peale's Estate ; on the North hv tim M ixiui and Balmain Matutes ; and on the ËûaiT by the main Windsor Road leading to Parramatta and ¡Sydney. Also, an¿bj of Run to the Kelson Common The only reason for the Proprietor leaving it is, that he wishes personally losuperiute...

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Shell Fish a valuable Manure. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 9 January 1845

Shell Fish a valuable Manure. UTILITY OF EXPERIMENTING-Last year we slated Ute. case of an intelligent gentleman, who had planted Beans in the same rows with Potatoes, and the experiment, we are happy to say, suc ceeded so well, when reaped, that the produce exceeded expectation-thirty six Winchester bushels of Beans, in ad dition to twelve anti a-half tons of po tatoes per acre, and both articles of su perior quality. In agriculture fortu nately nothing whatever can be done in a corner, to the disadvantage, were it desired, of the surrounding community ; and accordingly, so many persons, in cluding gainsayers, watched (he minis ter's new-fangled husbandry, that this year in place of one, there ure at least a hundred acres of land under the same sr enies of culture in a district closely abutting on the shores of the Foluwy ' Although some may allege the exhaust \ ina: dancer of forcing the soil to work double title?, the remark,we understand. I is utterly inapplicable in thc case be...

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On the Origin and uses of Chemistry. (CONCLUDED FROM NO. 23.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 9 January 1845

On the Origin and uses Of Chemistry. (CONCLUDED FROM l«0. 23.) CiiMiisTitT teaches us iii« intimate structure* .ll bodies, ascertains their component parti determines the laus by which these paris MI « .Jtnbwed, and flews tbepfficls which all s'mpl «nd compound substances hare unoneacb oilier th« investigation of these^ and of fie laws of ll .firee» .whence they-" originate, constitute tl .ctence of Chemistry. This fascinating and. it Kraaling science, unfolds, ibe most sublim Tie»« of th» beauty «nd harmony of "th «Diverse, and develops ia plan of such vas «Stent, that could only liare been conceive t>y perfect wisdom and unbounded powei Chemists comprend tho whole of tb? «uli «lacrea which compose the te restrial globe ibis science embraces the consideration c nil substances fiom muter to tp ce ; bene the utter impossibility of tracing its variou applications within the limits of a abort cor Tejspondenco ; a genera) sketch of ¡ts «(¡lit; is all thai can be presented, »nd thia r...

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Pig Feeding. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 9 January 1845

í% Fesdiag. ftf «rv remarks ot» pis: reeding, my obi ser valions were directed chiefly to fat teni-g ho>>8 io » large s ze ; the «tro'n g íbf»d recommended does not «eitactly. «nit quart** porkers ; lt is too lieatintr, and produce* pimples, -which give the' .appearance of disease : tVerelore, for q/tariér patric. I either use tj«e mid* djii»¿8j^iin iiifll^ or pure waler, or re. ñírtesa' fey adding an *qual quanti;y of pollard ; wash or pot liquor is unpala table to pigs dm in* the process of fatten ing on meal. i h av» tried various li - quids-mullí»» broth, the liquor from *i round of beef, and good' kitchen wash ; but have al wa vs been obliged to take it out of their trough*, «nd replace it wiib meal and milk or water, il will some times happen, from change of weather or other causes, tlut the pigs getiosiive, and aire off their food ; in such a case I supply them with a little green food ac cording to the season of the year, as a few cabbage leaves, lettuce*, or pótame to...

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