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MONTHLY PHASES OF THE MOON. JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 23 January 1845

MOiïftitY PHASES OF THE MOON. sAV y AUX. D. Ki ll. Full Moon ..........24 36 to 1 morning Last Quarter..........31 O at if noon.

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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"Original Poetry." THE BRITISH ISLE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 23 January 1845

wtiópiBg ipr a tjrígureroay j ? --? l"he heart faust feel in bliss or toil« - , " ^ow^ñ^^|lofe«.<IÍ0. jJritisIt Itltj. ' Oh t »tere is he that osnflbtiumnt : Wo roemVys ¡deepisod bflUowVl .urn, , Íod pV/;bts^w^ - be bliss jif^;^ , ' ' 'Tbehappy-timeo'f^hildbood's bonr ; ti be flowers thatbloonWo1 in loree brigfaifcower: 'f be mothers love, thé fathers emile, Tum love lp thee thou Britiib Isle. Though cold tbv season«, rough thy storms, 'J hou baa* within-a boprt thal warms, . At intuit, «nd at porerty, Thy lion heart loves liberty : Within tbs breiist of jail thy eons. The tnem'ry of thy greatness runs ; And teaches greatness which must sude. For ever on our British Isle. W. G. 13.

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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LAND PROCLAMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 23 January 1845

LAND PROCLAM ¿HON. By b¡* -^Excellency Sir Georg« Gippe, Knight, Captain .General and Gorernor-in-Cbief bf the Territory of New South Wales and ita Dependencies, and Vice-Admiral of tbs sams, &c" kc. I ti pursuance of tba authority in ma rested by V certain Act of the Imperial Psi liam*'nt of Great-Britain and Ire'and, passed inthe 5'ti and 6tb year of Her Majestv's Keign, intituled *' An > Act for Regulating tie fate «of Watta Land Ulonging to tbe Crown in the Australian Colonies," 1 do hereby notify an I proclaimt tliat at ll o'clock of Tbutaday, the 13th day of Feb ruary next, the follón ing 1 own Allotments of Land will be offered foreale by Public Auction, at the Colonial Treasury, in Sydney, at tba up set price affixed to each lot respectively, on tba terms, and conditions and under the provisions of the above rec ted Act. (Deposit, lt) por cent) TOWN LOTS. (Upset price, £8 per acre.) I Raymond Terrace, 2r, allotment No 9 of section? 2',R iymond Terrace, ir, allotme...

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How to Pack Figs. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 23 January 1845

The process of paèltlng v#ig$ in the drums t)»r exportation is, considered as one of the . curiosities'of Smyrna, tho*, in truth, it iv simple enough, and eon I d ucted without any mister y\ A fier d ry ing pn the tree,they are brought from the country on camels' backs and ive meet long rows of these animal* toiling through the crooked and ' dirty stree**Lag| with their huge toads towering'i^fi^HH our heads. The tigs are then,: l,,Jn$jÉBo!P in a heap in the middle of an aDarjM^p^ round which are squatted » gffli V women and children, who prejg^hent into rather a long shape from tprsiàlk, and then hand them in sie yes to another party of women and-men, who with a drum before them, and a pail of salt water by theft iidei form à little packet pf-figsin iU^\t^nd$pi/pre^^sh«l{m' dotsen close together, and place theta round the inner edge of the drum, and the stalk inwards'. On completing the1 circle they fill up the inside with as man y as they can get in and then sprinkling, the whole w...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 23 January 1845

ANO GENERAL PRINTING QFÉICfr LliTTRn^^eSB PRINTING.of . every description performed with neatness and dispatch, at mocUrat« prices. - August 8,1844. Petition TO ÏUS EXCELLENCY SIR GEORGE GIPPS, GHBBTING, WE, the inhabitants ojf Windsor, Richmond,and other towns and localities, «ho are in tba habit ni doning Howe's Bridge, «nd thal halt-mile of pit tells, called the Lang Bridge,-beseech Your Kxce lency tu take into your serious consideration the present awfully dangerous and life-destroying state of the 110A liS AND UUIDOKS l-adtng to tba towna of Windsor, Richmond, Pitt Town, Wil berforce, otc, &c ; Aud we further beseech Your Excellency, if it be your intention, which we auupose it will no' be, to press upon tin* dis trict the working of .lie Distriot Counoil*, tb»t you wilt forthwith devote a portion o^the sums col'ected at the various Tat Toll-gates to tba repair of the Roads and Bridget ; or, if it better idease Your Excellency to despatch a . g*ngjoi' Rebeccaites from t...

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 — 23 January 1845

Sydney Shipping News AttUlVBU; JAM. 15.-The schooner Comet, 100 ^n«, Cork, tnastnr.froui Port Nicholson tue aird, Nelso» the 29th, nnd Port Hardie th» 3l«t ultimo with timber. 16-The brig Margaret, Tho'iipiou, master, from Manila the lüth O'Miber, \nger the 17th November, and H »t»irt Town the 5¡h instant, with su ¿ar, tope, cigars, &<J. 16 -The American ship Franklin, SS i tons, Chadwick, master, from a wlulin - voyage,with 150 barrels tperto ttn<t 1 15f* - barrels black oil. Left New Bedford 2Ut April, 18« IG -Tho steamer TUittlê. 127 ton«. Mulhall, master, from Moreton ¿W tins» 14th instant, with wool. &<J. 17.-The Freuch ship Faun*, 399 tons. Dnfo'ir, master, from a whaling voyage, with 750 harrell black oil. Left Havre de Grace, 15th June, 1843. 17.- The ship Sir Robert Pent, 610 tons. Champion, master, from London the ÍMh Sept., Cape of Good Hope the 2l*t Nov., and Hobatt Town the 9th instant, with Government Stores. 17. The sch...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 23 January 1845

TER MS. TA« HAWKESBURY Cor/nxER witt continue to be pub. tishtd every Thursday morning, in Windsor and Richmond, and f orwarded to all parts af th» Country. The terms cf.SunscniPTiON un fis psr Quarter . and Sidneribers not resident in either of the above towns must pay in udvance. The quarters end OH the tust Thursday in the months of March, Juné. . september and i)erembe<;on which dayson'y or previous to thefollouing Monday can résignations bs receive i, which must bs accom¿iuHÍid'by pay» ment of all monies due. ' .'¿ . ? The chirges for ADVERTISEMENTB are; For ike first inch 3s. ; and for every inch of aimee after, ut the rate of ls for each insertion ; a d th! num ber of times to bs f ublishedmust be written on th» face of the manus rvit, or the advertùemenls wilt be continued tiUc untermanded, Son-subscribe a must fay the amount previous to the insertion of their udve tisements, tuft ch must be sent befar» twelve o'clock n.nn, on Wednesday, and o>dtu to withdraw n...

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To Prevent Smut to Wheat (From the Gardener's Chronicle, June 29.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 23 January 1845

To Prevent ßmut to Wiéat fFrom the Gardener's Chronicle, June 29-j/ jlVJil» regaïd to |mut,? I am ful ly ol opinion that with proper precaution the disease may be got rid of altogether j but with respect to peppercorn« li am not so sanguine. Indeed¿ f know ot no cure at present for this disease, rx cépt that of changing the seed. Several years ago I tried some experiments tc prevent smut, which proved completely successful, and if I shall not detain tlx reader too long,! shall be happy to statt them/ In November, 1822, I selected three bushels of wheat, which I had grown that summer, «nd which was ex« ceedingly smutty ; but to render it still more so, I had à quantity of smut-ball rubbed iftto it, until the whole was blackened; 'J'lke Jot. was theil divided /4*#^h¡^ Wt^s#^C4lft«ii»g dis; solved balf7a pound of blue vitriol in boiling water, the wheat was pickled at follows No. I. Immersed in die vi (riol-water for three hours. No. 2, Washed and skimmed until it was clean, then immer...

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South Australia. (From the latest Adelaide Papers.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 23 January 1845

(From the latent Adelaide Paper».) Thé weather continues delightful, and tl ?«ropa are rapidly ripening on the plaina. Ti farley harvest ia already begun, and wbe ^n som« placea will be ready Cor cutting i «bout »5#|éT(ç, Wa are happy to say th tba Wbéá¥^j> it now ''peat danger from il 'fipt winda. Several fields bare been partial il ¡gb ted, etpetvaUy where the crop baa bei ?.elf-sown; but compared with last year, U dimape don© is triflin?. Tba rf be« harvest at Fullarton commence .en tbe ?5(h November, wbere four good scyth men are now engaged on a field of splend corn. It gratifying to hear tbat tbe ra« of reaping will, (bis season, be nore in t< cordance with the price of corn and wag« generally. Tbe rate aalted by acytbmen i ^8s. per acre, with <5d. for beer, for cutting binding, «nd stocking'. Reapers witb tbe Vick will probably get la. more. The ex parient -of tbe Inst two years bas produced a grei cumber of excellent ecythemen, wbo can ci down two «c...

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How to Destroy Ants. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 23 January 1845

How to Destroy Ants. Who says therre is no effectual reme dy for these troublesome little pests ? Arsenic and sugar!-Wiiy, they delight in it. Take a saucer, smear the inside slightly with honey, place it inverted near their haunts; in an hour examine the saucer, and see if the honey be all gone ; if not,let the saucer remain until it is. When it is all gone repeat ¡«stand let them eat it oh1'. Do this a third time ; but now, when many are under the sau cer feeding (and 1 have found hundreds), having with you a basin of boiling water, gently raise the saucer without turning i it up, and hold it within an inch or two of the hot waler; the ants feeling the steam will drop, and of course die. Put the saucer, renewing the honey, in the same place, and in a quarter of an hour steam again, and so on,until you destroy all, which will be done in a very short time. According to the numl ers two or three saucers may be used if wished ; but I have found one sufficient. By this means you kill a...

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Steeping Seeds. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 23 January 1845

Steeping Seeds. A Prepared Liquor te Steep Barley fp'fjt-'r. *owikg'.--Take à quantity ' » the grain you are to sow, a bushetVmoi or less, And boil it in a copper, (to bushel put five pails-full of water) ti the grain btupts, and the water therefc becomes impregnated with the essenti S ilt of such grain ; strain your liquo and give the corn to the poultry ; thu there may tie no waste. While tl liquor is hot, put three pounds of ntti that it may dissolve, and add four < live pails-fullof water which drains froi the dunghill or urine of any sort. An in this prepared liquor steep the grai about 24 hours. Let the liquor be iou inches above the corn in the vat, be cause the corn will swell and imbibe il Then take the grain and let it dry in th shade, pr sift Jijm,e over it, which wil dry îtâponeTy at>4 sow one third* VB than usual, and you will nssurPtBy Hm the benefit by tweniy-fold ; 1 have ac tualjy tried it with barley, and had com monly thirty cars Ifrom one root. Tin ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 23 January 1845

Births. The Lady of Dr STEWART, of a Son, on   Friday, 17th instant. The Lady of Mr. WILLIAM TOWN, of Rich-     mond, of a Daughter, on Monday, 20th instant.

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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Varieties. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 23 January 1845

Varieties/ GEOHGB THE FOURTH AND HIS TI Jioua.-The King sent to Sir Everai Borne, myself, and Brodie, to go Windsor to see a tumour on the summ of bis head, which annoyed him fro -its appearance, and was growing large . When we saw it it was tender, painfu and somewhat inflamed ; and we thougl -it best to delay the operation. Tl King was much disappointed,but yield« 4o our advice. In the spring of tl succeeding year, 3821, Sir Benjami Bloomfield came for me to go to Brigli lon lo see the King, and I went dow -with Bloomfield. The King came int sn y room at one o'clock in the morning and said, *' 1 am now ready to have i tdone. I wish you now to remove tin thing from my head," I said, .* Sire not for the world-your life is too im .portant to have so serious a thing don in a corner. Lady C-- S-die« of erysipelas a fier such an operation and what would the world say if titi were to be fatal ?" * * He hastily said *' This is the second time I have beei -disappointed.'" " Yes, sire, I am...

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From the Gazette. LAND PROCLAMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 23 January 1845

From tue Gazette. LAND PROCLAMATION. I By his Excellency Mr George Gipps, Knight, j CaptBin General, anti Gove-nor-iii-cbief of ibe Territory of Hew' South Wales «nd its Oe« pendencies, and Vice Admiral of the same, &c, itt. In pursuance of the authority tn me rested by a certain Act of the Imperial Parliament o Gr*at Britain and Ireland, passed in the 6il and 6"tfa year of her Majesty's Heign, intituled *. An Aot for regulating the sale of Waste Lane belonging to the Crown in the Australian Colo nies.-" I do hereby notify and proclaim, that ai eleven o'clock, of Wednesday, (ha Igtbdnyol february next, tbe following portions ot Crown Lands will be offered Yo- sale by public auction, at the Colonial Treasury,in Sydney, at tbe upset pries affixed to eacb lot respectively, on the terms and conditions and under the provisions of the above recited Act. (Deposit 10 per cent ) SPECIAL COUNTRY LOIS. (Upset price £l per acre.) . 1 Cook, 20 seres, parish unnamed, at Spring wood 2 Cook...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 23 January 1845

MOá'i' EUG I BLE OPPORTUN li Y. To Farmers & Others AFA HM of 120 Acres, situate on the South Creek, opposi Windsor. Has received instructions from Mrr Joba Alcor i'topriotnr nf tbs «bove valuable ES-TATl «o LET tba sante bj PUBLIC AUGTIOÎ for a term of Fi vs Years,-on TO ES DAI rbe 2lt)> der of January instant, (if not pre* ouslv LET BY,PRIVATE CONTRACT, mt MK WILLIAM CROSS'S, theoga of tb " Windsor Hotel,"st ltto'olook. - ?tie AUCTION KER tu describing tb «bore well-known Eatale, needs .not tbe oom «on subterfuge of nuttung? it bein; » Prc perty that ¡rf not «very day broughc befor tbs Publio notice, its situation bein* of pi remount importunos, nimiely,-a« extensiv /routage to tbs Soutb. Creek, bounded on »b South by John Teale'e Estate ; on tbs Nortl fay tho M >x*iû and Balmain Kauttes ; «nd o tbs East by tbs main Windsor Road leading t Parramatta and Sydney. Also, aright of Hui <« the Nelson Common. ; Tbe only reason for the Proprietor les vin) it, is, ...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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Latest English News. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 23 January 1845

Latest English News. The packet-ship Midlothian arrived itt Sydney on Monday, bringing English news to the 4th Oct. * ; ' v . On the 3rd Oct. the Midlothian pass ed the royal yacht Victoria and Albert he* low the Nore-with her Majesty and Prince Albert on board-ali well, on their return from Scotland. The King of the French had received an j invitation from the Lord Mayor and Corpo ration of London to a banquet during his 1 visit to the Queen of England, but his Ma jesty had declined in consequence of his intended visit to England being merely a return royal visit to Queen Victoria. O'Connell and Repeal kept the people of Ireland in a very unsettled state. The Protestant Conservatives of that country were by no means pleased with the Premier -to whom they attribute the release of O'Connell and the Traversers. The Tablet, a London organ of Repeal says " the battle remains to bc fought-a battle which tends to paralizo the industrial interests of Ire land-while it weakens the political...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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Supreme Court. CRIMINAL SIDE. TUESDAY, JAN. 14. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 23 January 1845

Supreme Court. CRI MIN AL SIDE. TUESDAY, JAN. 14. Before their Honors the Chief Justiee .nd Mr. Justice Dickenson. MURDER. James Dural-a Frenchman-was indict« ed as an accessory after the fact to th« murder of Thomas Warne, for which John Vidall had been found guilty on Friday 10th instant. The Attorney-General appeared for the prosecution-and Mr. Lowe for the defence. The evidence given in Vidali*s case was again gone into, but there was nothing to criminate the prisoner Duval, beyond bia being in company with Vidal! at the tims he agreed with Wilson to assist iu convey ing the box to the boat, and in his being himself engaged in helping to take it there. Several witnesses proved that Dural could not have assisted in the mur der, or haye been at Warne*» at the time the fire took place. Ten 'other witnesses amongst Whom was the French Consul, spoke tb the prisoner's very excellent cha« racier. The Jury without retiring, returned . verdict of not guilty, and his Honor the Chief Justi...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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Siloes. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 23 January 1845

Siloes. I if our last we referred to the abitad crops of the Seásbn, and the proprietj adopting some means of securing the perhaps lhere are few better ways of p serring wheat from season to season, tl hy means of ricks or stacks, properly ct structed, so as to preserve the grain in the effects of the weather, and raised up supporters so formed that rats or ot! destructivo Termin cannot climb up th< to get into the rick,-a plan which adopted in ali well regulated farms at hon We were ilso of opinion that the wei would not attack wheat in this state ; h it appears from a letter of " A Subscrib who does j not wish to figure in print addressed to us since our last publicatio that this is not the case ; and our corre " pondent asks "whether we think th farmers can afford in thete times to p by their corn at all, and whether they a not obliged to dispose of it as soon as can be gathered in and thrashed, in ord to find money to go on with ?" This nu be the position of a few ; a...

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GARDENERS' & FARMERS' CALENDAR. JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 30 January 1845

GARDENERS' 6¡ F ARM PAÍS' CALEN UAR' I JANUARY. j The Garden,-Sow cabbage ; brocoli early in tiie month; cauliflowers* carrots, parsnips, French heims, celery. The Orchard - Uud trees. The Field -Clean maize ; break up ground for wheat and barjey ; harvest borne.

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