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Parramatta Quarter Sessions. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 9 January 1845

Parramatta Quarter Sessions* TUESDAY, JAN, 7.-Before Dr. Raymond. P. M. John Ingram, cf Windsor, was indicted for having stolen property in his possession. lt appeared, from the 'evidence of a Mr. Adamson, of Windsor, that some time in th« month of April last,as he was riding home wards he was suddenly " brought to a halt" Dy some bushrangers calling ou him to " stand/' whereupon he was eased of a few articles, among which was the saddle on which be was riding. Subsequently this article was found in the possession of a per soo named Mel ville,who had bought it from one of the prisoners sous, who admitted that he had found it in his father's house" and sold it, fearing that as4iis rather had got a saddle he might be guilty of the ex I travagance of buying a horse, and had dis ! posed of it to Mr. Melville. The prisoner stated that the article in question had been found by one of his boys planted in the bush, and on its being brought home he, like an aonest man, bad proclaimed the fac...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 16 January 1845

T E lt ill 5. Tht HAWKESBURY CouniEn will continue to be pub. lished every Thursday morning, in Windsor and Richmond, and forwarded to all parts of the Country. ¡ he terms of SVIBSCT.IPTION are 5s per Quarter ; and Subscribersnot resident in ekher of theubovt towns, must pay in udvunce. The quarters end o<t the last Thursday in the months of March, June, September .and December, on which days on'*/* or previous to the following Monday canresignatùnf be receive !, which must be accompaniid by pay ment nf alt monies due. The chirges fw .ADVERTISEMENTS are : For the first ineh 3s. ; and'for every inchof space after, ot the rate of ls. for each insertion ; a d the ni<m ber of times to be published must be written on the face cf the manuscript, or the advertisements will be continued title-untermanded. Non-subtcribe i must fay the amount previous to the insertion rf their aiive'tisetnents, wheh must be sent before twelve o'clock n,wn, on Wednesday, and O'deri to wit...

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To a faithful Wife. FOR THE "HAWKESBURY COURIER." [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 16 January 1845

^>': A ('?vii-.î.Mit y/ - My:«el»^ -, Imuptgrjev'd. * Tbop jhould'st ejïàip my bosom blest, And J togire tbee bappine", Would lire employ. But now that li<e begins le cloie . We'll not repine pör envy those, Who younger are, ' But each with otber still content, Our latter days as tbose we're spent, With love we'll cbeèr. Love cbeer'd us up life's rugged bill, And at tba top with emilee it still Our bosom warms, And now in tbe down bill of life, i'll view in tbee my dearest wife All tby first charms. And grant kind lienv'n oflove tb« root, That when we reach life's bill tbe foot, We both may rest. As in each other's arma we've slept, We be in death together kept, Witb one grave blest. F. A. W. Richmond, Jan. 7.

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THE NEW SOUTH WALES ACT. ANNO SEPTIMO ET OCTAVO VICTORIE REGINE. CAP. LXXIV. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 16 January 1845

THE NEW SOUTH WALES ACT, j ANNO SEPTIMO ET OCTAVO VICTOR LE REGINE. CAP. LXXIV. An Act to explain and amend the Act for the government of New South Wales and Van Diemen's Land.-August 6th, 1S44, WHEREAS by an Act passed in the sixth year of the reign of her present Majesty, intituled "An Act for the government of I New South Wales and Van Diemen's Land," it .is anfongst 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 ment) shall be defrayed out bf the general revenue arising from taxes, duties, rates, and imposts within the said colony, and the other half shall be defrayed hy assessment ! upon the several districts of the colony in such proportions as shall be, from time to tithe; fixed by the Governor and Legislative Council of the said colony; and whereas doubts have arisen as to what is the con vict establishment so mentioned aod're. f«rred to as aforesaid ; now, therefore, for th...

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Proclamation. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 16 January 1845

Proclamation. By his Excellency Sir George Gipps, Knight, Captain-General end Governor iu Chief of the Territory of New South Wales and its Dependencies, and Vice Admiral of the same, &c. &c. &c. j WHEREAS by an Act passed by the Imperial I md Is Amongst, ^the* tblngij^&ijeted¿-thHÍ ^e^lald ? Äel|ibjsT^^ Governor of New. South Wales wHh/iùsix %eei& ;àTt^ sh^!?hiive^heiB% received bj? bim,and shall takeefltócltlwííhin the s«d.colo|^ ^ wjation thereof: Now, therefore, if the Governor aforesaid, doihereh^cer^t%^âoâ make kuown that 1 received a täjpypf the said Act onthe./thirtieth; day of ^^eráber instant, and, in pursuance of the directions therein contained 1 do hereby proclaim the same : and the said Act will accordingly (alie effect within the said'colony from the day of the date hereof, Giren under my Hand and Seal, at Government House, Sydney, this thirty-first day of:December, one thousand eight hundred and forty four. GEORGE GIPPS. By his...

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Preservation of Apples. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 16 January 1845

Preservation of - Apples. The following1 valuable observations, contained in a letter, have been pub lished in the Massachusetts Agricultu ral Repository :-** H ts the practice of some persons lo pick apples in October, and first spread them on the floor of an upper room« The practice is s*aid to ren der apples more durable by drying them ; but 1 can affirm this to be a mistake. Apples, after remaining so long on the trees as safety from the frost will admit, should be taken directly from the trees to close casks, and kept as dry and as cool as possible. If suffered, to he on the floor for weeks, they wither and lose their flavour, without acquiring any, additional durability. The best mode of preserving apples for spring use £ . : haye 4found« to be, the potting thena iii dry sand, as soon as picked. For this purpose I dry sand in the heat of the summer, and late in October put down the apples in layers, with a covering of sand upon each layer. Thc singular advantages of this mode ...

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Latest English News. (From the latest English papers.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 16 January 1845

Latest English News. (From the latest English papers.) MANCHESTER.-Since our last trade bas been languid, although stocks are too light j for prices to recede, and consequently our market is in much the same state that we mentioned last week. We have reason to anticipate a good autumn trade, and never did things look better for the winter. A brilliant harrest-manufacturers light of stock and everything they make yielding a good.profit-the work people consequently in full employment-the rooney market easy-and little or no gambling in com» meroe ; these are all circumstances from which favorable omens may safely be drawn. \ good prints wens hardly ever known tp he sp busy. 'Block printer«'ans ¿till difficult to óbtaia,whicb is i»thlr|ap unusual jfctiiujg/ ¿ '\ There has been « gr>öd demand at Roch dale for the coarser kiod of flannels-ut Çrices the same as those pf former weeks, 'he finer sort nf goods has been less in quired for.duriog tbese two or three preced ing markets. Wools ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 16 January 1845

"HAWKESBURY COURIER," AND GENERAL PRINTING OFFICE, W a a n> S dD IB o LETTER-PRESS PRINTING of every description performed willi neatness and dispatch, at moderate prices, ' August 8, 1844.

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Sydney Shipping News ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 16 January 1845

Sydney Shipping News ARRIVED; JAN. 8 -The American barque Levant, 225 tons, Russell, master, from a whaling voyage, with 550 barrels sperm oil. Left Wareham,' Oct. 6th, 1842 JAN. 10.-The barque Fame, 202 tons, Sargeant, master, from a whaling voyage, with 300 barrels sperm and 150 barrels black oil. JAN. 10.-The schooner Edward, 87 tons, Tallan, master, from Twofold Bay the 5th inst.-with wool. JAN. 12-The steamer Sovereign, 119 tons, Cape, master, from Moreton Bay the 10th inst.-with wool. JAN. 13 -The steamer William the Fourth 53 tons, Wiseman, master,from the Clareuce River the 11th instant-with wool, &c JAN. 13.-The barque Rose, of Halifax, Nova Scotia, 421 tons, Creighton, master, from a whaling voyage-with 1,300 barrels sperm oil. SAILED. JAN. 4.-The schooner Vanguard, Pil fold, master, for Wellington, New Zealand -with sundries. JAN, 5-The ship St. George, Norie, master, for London-with colonial produce. JAN. 5 -The ship Templar, Brown, mas ter, for London-with colon...

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From the Gazette. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 16 January 1845

From the Gazette« NOTICE-A horse of tbe following deserip lion being now in charge of tbe Police at Masweltbrook, on suspicion of having been; stolen ; any person having lost the ¿ame, is re« quested to apply, without delay, to Mr. S, Caldwell, Chief Constable. One bay horse, black points, rising three year» old .blase down the fae», «bout fourteen bands high, branded on the off shoulder apparent y UN or <jN. MELBOURNE Mw;t.«-Tbe Postmaster Gene, ral hereby gives notice, that the Mails from Mel bourne, Portland, &c., will arrive during tbej current year, every Tuesday and Friday, and be despatched on the same days at tbe usual boura.

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History & Cultivation of Wheat. (From the Gardener's Chronicle, June 29.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 16 January 1845

History & Cultivation j ; of Wheat, j _ i CFromthe Gardener's Chronicle, June 29J Ix what country wheat is indigenous is not easily ascertained ; all opinions inust now rest merely upon conjecture. We read of its cultivation in the earliest records of history. The migration of seeds and plants has been assisted by the sea, the wind, and graminivorous birds, and quadru peds, as well as by the hand of man, BO that it is impossible in ali countries to distinguish the indigenous from the foreign. gteai? variety "!of climatèiô^pna lb? north of Africa ip ibé>âo«^^c^wedfeo. ^hio, -mofe particularly jn tjie temperate iones lliat it is cultivated wii'h any success, in iVorway, ¡Sweden and Oenmark, tts euhtvatiou and. con, sumption ia very limited : if we turn our course southward we find it '^áíTíi vated tn abundance, and forming. thé principal constituent of human food ; if, again, w« proceed still further south, till-we arrive within the tropics, we find that the indigenous plan...

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Cape of Good Hope. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 16 January 1845

Cape ;ôf. "ÖooC 5HbpeV' SOME few 'numbers qt the Capí-papers, huve come to hand within the láet few days. The rnurderersvof, the fanner De Lange had noijifeen given up,.and a second murder had been committed ; the colonists ot» the 'routier were iff constant áppréhen sion of outrage. The subject of the erection ufa breakwater ¡a Table Bay was discussed in the Legislative Council in August last, and the Governor was requested to appoint a -Board to, obtfiin information as to the practicability iof the plan. The Governor appointed a Board consisting of Lieutenant Colonel Michell, K. H. ; the -Surveyor General: and Civil Engineer, Captain J. Ba nee. Port Capt ni ii, the Rev, j.. Adamson, D/D.^3*8W;J^£airbùiriJ^ MbQ. Tha jÇo\in cil view the matter as one of national im portance, and application will be made to the Horne Government for assistance. The revenue of the colony was still improving; even in the land sales considerable progress had b6en made. At a sale in August the upset price...

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Varieties. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 16 January 1845

Varieties* BICHARD THE THIRD'S BED.-Rich ard the Third slept at the Blue Boar Inn» opposite the Grammar School, Leicester, the night before the battle pf Bosworth Field,a nd the bedstead where» on he is supposed to have lain is still preserved, and its history is thus hand' ?ed down. In the year 1613, Mrs. Clarke, keeper of that inn, was robbed by her servant maid and seven men, and the relation thus given by Sir Roger Twiseen, who had it from persons of undoubted credit, who were not only inhabitants of Leicester, but saw ail the parties executed When King Richard III. marched into Leicester shire against Henry, Karl of Richmond, afterwards Henry VII., he lay at the Blue Boar Inn,in the town of Leicester, where he left a large wooden bedstead, gilded in some places, which after bis defeat and death in the battle of Bos worth, was left either through haste, or as a thing of little the worth (the bed ding being taken from it) to the people of the house ; thenceforward his old bed ste...

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"HAWKESBURY COURIER." THURSDAY, JANUARY 16, 1845. The Crops.—Siloes.— Exportation of Wheat [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 16 January 1845

THURSDAY, JANUARY 16% 1845. The Crops.-Siloes. Exportation of Wheat THE la!» abundant harvests, which, undi the blessing of Divine Providence, have,' far as regards quality and quantity, full answered the most sanguine expectation of the grower, do not, however, afford prospect of remuneration when we loo at the present low price of grain,, owin to our importations from other marketf It is true the farmer cannot always calcu late on -such a bounteous return on th part of nature, since a season of droughl is generally one of scarcity, in consequenc of the failure of the crops ; independent! of other contingences, producing sitnila effects ; but the idea of making years c plenty supply the wants of seasons of scar ?city, seems to have been little thought o hy the Australian Agriculturist, who ha hitherto in most cases been çbliged to pur chase wheat for his own consumption, in stead -of growing a quantity for -6a1e. Thi has not arisen from any difficulties in th< way of pro...

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The Roads & Bridges. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 16 January 1845

The Roads & Bridges. J Ssuroüiinr, tb» Inhabitants of Windsor should assemble to «dopt meaauree for the repair of tb* Hoads and tba Bridges ; «IM some of oar now promising sons and daughter«, fathers and mo thers, will, erelong, bare to lament th» loss of life of one or tba other, by tba upsetting of gig«, coaches, carts, ¿tc. It i« now a difficult matter Tor tb» most experienced driver, to steer olear of tbaimmferoua boles in the Long Bridge, and Howe!» Bridge. Tb» worst of it ii, at tbe end of thea» dangora stands «. Toll Gate, whereat' a targe annual revenue is «ollected, for which we think the Government ia chargeable with " ob taining money under false pretence*,"and (re, (tbs VViudsor people,) should indict them (tb* Go" verament) accordingly. CONVEYANCE OF Wooi TO SYDNEY. On Tuesday week no less than four drays, of the largest description which ire hare observed in the Colony, each drawn by.six horses, tastefully caparisoned, containing ' immense bales of Australia's ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 16 January 1845

Just Published, AND MAY BE HAD AÏ THIS OFFICE, Dedicated without permission TO THE HERO OF TANGIER ! And bis illustrious Companions in' Arms ! ! ! Sydney Delivered ; OR THE PRINCELY BUCCANEER, A steamy nautical, entire piratical, ly rical, satirical, operaiical.terpsichorical, serto-comical, cómico-tragical, bur lesque» burletta spectacle, of intense local interest, wide and ramified diver sity, and universally absorbing and im posing whimsicality, TASSO AUS THAL ASI ATTI CUS. " Steam and the Prince, I sing, propelled by fate And sage * Young France's' Ante-Al bion hBte To war with goose quill !" MARO MODERNISED. CSS?* As a limited number only is printed, Ladies and Gentlemen desirous of securing a ropy, had better send their names to the Office of this paper without delny. TO Let, THOSE long-established and admi rably situated Premises, At the angle of George and New-streets, WINDSOR, and nearly opposite the  Hü © TP 0 ® M SM Ä ß T s op MR. GEORGE SEYMOUR. The Ground Floor contain...

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To Manage a Rearing Horse. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 16 January 1845

Ih preference to the dangf rous ex 'périment ;of pulling a rearing horse back warily I recommend the adoption of the folio wing .method :-Whenever you percebe the horse's inclination i?» rear, se parité your -reins and prepare for him. The instant he is ¿about io rise, slacken one hand, and |bend or twist bis head with the other, kéeptniç your hands Jow. . This hei»di«ig-.çoui pëls him to move a hind l eg, and pf ne cessity brings his- fore-feet down. in stantly twist him completely round two or three times, '-which, .will confuse him very much, and* completely throw him - finished-twisting*hiirii round, place his head in the direction you wish him t« proceed, apply the spurs, and he will not-fail to go forward ; if the situation he convenient, press him into a gallop, and apply the spurs and whip two or three times severely, The horse will not, perhaps, be quite satisfied with the first defeat, but may feel disposed to try again for the mastery. Should¿this be the ca-e, you have on...

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Port Phillip. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 16 January 1845

iWil¥«»i-i mum ..ijjiii .11. J...4 " ÂDMÏIÏiSTBATION'' b.F JlíSTICÉC.-Tn COU-^ sequence of tfte refusal pf the Législative Council to grant a imn for the department of the/Administration of Justice-rio »ddt lion to the £20,000 resetted by Act bf ] IVliament for that purpose, the whole of j the Jegal^fOcers whose appointments are net guaranteed by schedule A willie turn ed adrift. The appointments guaranteed for this district are the Judge, the Crown Prnserutor, Crown Solicitor, Deputy She riff, Deputy Register. We believe that now that the'Mechanics Institution has received sid from the Çio verument, it is to be converted solely to the purposes of the institution. The n«w Theatre will be opened ppsi tivftlv on the first night of the:'>»&.«'. We Itíáru with great satisfaction that Mr. Smith ^ïituger oftue Victoria Théâtre, %<lttey to come and take the mauagemërit <.of the Melbourne Theatre. We sincerely hope the services of this go ntl« m un may be se...

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Supreme Court. CRIMINAL SIDE. TUESDAY, JAN. 7. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 16 January 1845

Supreme Court* CRIMINAL SIDE. TOES DAT, JAN. 7, Before bis Honor Mr. Justice Dicken son. UTTERING BASE COIN. Thomas Bevan-stood indicted for having on the 29th of November last, knowingly and wilfully uttered a counterfeit half crown-with intent to defraud one William Toogood. The evidence proved the tendering ; but not the guilty knowledge-and the jury returned a verdict of-acquittal. ASSAULT. Ann Coomber-was plcaed at the bar charged with having on the 13th December last,assaulted one James Lygan,and stabbed bim with a dagger on the left side of the breast with intent to do him some bodily harm. The evidence proved the assault to have been made with a Chiuese knife duringa fit of jealousy whilst in a state of intoxica tion. The jury after retiring for ten minutes found the prisoner guilty of a common as sault; and she was remanded for seuteuce. expressions lied b^^ th¿ prisoner ajad pe was discharged. 'r s " . rp -;: . HOBBEBT* _ William Armstrong and Samuel Marlin were placed at ...

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GARDENERS' & FARMERS' CALENDAR JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 23 January 1845

JGÊIIDENERS* O; FARMERS' CALENDAR J J JANUARY. The Garden.-Sow cabbage ; .brppoli early jin tbe month ; cauliflower«, ¿arrQta, paranipe, French .bean», celery. - 77» Orchard - Und tree». 77ieFieid-Clean maize; break up ground for wheat and barley j harvest borne.

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