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MONTHLY PHASES OF THE MOON. JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 30 January 1845

UOXTHtV PHASES OF THE MOON. JANUARY. D. Ha ll. Full Moon.24 36 to l morning Last Quarter..........31 O at'rt noon.

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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Varieties. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 30 January 1845

Varieties. # A DIVIDEND*-How much can you pny us ? What tean you offer in the puuttti ? dejuiintjpd »he importúnale cre ditors of ia bankrupt farmer. Alas! gentlemen i replied the ruined clod pole, ail 1 really have is a donkey in lite pound, t", PniNTEa's EaBoa.~-A rather green vil lage editor of a couutry -paper w^s desirous of gaining the good graces of the new par son, and iu describing his first entrance into the church the other Sunday wrote-*. He is a most venerable sample of antiquity." To bis amazement however, and to the amazement of the inhabitants, it came out nest morning in the paper-" He is a most venerable sample of iniquity"

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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LAND PROCLAMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 30 January 1845

LAND PROCLAMATION. By his Excellency Sir George Gipps, Knight, Captain General and Goveruor-in-Chief of the Territory of New South Wales and its Dependencies, and Vice-Admiral of4be same, &c.t &c. I n pursuance of tbe authority in me rested hy a certain Act of the Imperial Parliament of Great Britain and Ireland, passed in the 5th and 6th year of Her Majesty's Reign, intituled " Au Act for Regulating the Sale of (Vatta Laud belonging to tbe Crown in the Australian Colonies," 1 do hereby notify »nd proclaim, that at ll o'clock of Thursday, the 13th day of Feb* ruary next, the following Town Allotments of Land will be offered for sale by Public Aooiion, at the Colonial Treasury, >n sydney, at the up set price affixed to each lot respectively, on the ?erms and conditions and under the provisions nf the above ree led Act. (Deposit, 10 por cent ) TOWN LOTS. (Upset price, £8 pur acre.) 1 Riv mond Terrace, 2r, allotment No 9 of spçiion 9 2 Riymond Terrace, 2r, allotment ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 30 January 1845

THOSE extensive and well-situated Premises, lately occupied by Mr. RICHARD SEYMOUR, Saddler, Ge- rge street, Windsor, exactly opposite ftîr. Blanchard'*;, White Hart Inn. Apply to W. G. BUR6Ï8, Windsor; or Mr. GRINSELL, Kichmond Mores, Richmond. Immediate possession eau be given. N. B-RENT 16s. PER WEEK. Dec. 31st. AND GENERAL PRINTING OFFICE, LETTE ll-P KttSS VA I NtI NO of every description performed with neatness and dispatch, at moderate prices. August 8, 1844. A' T THE OFFICE OF THIS Paper, STATIONERY, CONSISTING OF, Laid Foolscap Blue wore do. Do. colored do. Folio Post Quarto do. Do. do. Tinted Blotting Demy Plain and tinted cards M«moraudutn Books Quill* Black Lead Pencils lok in Bottles' Scaling Wax Wafer«. JUST PUBLISHED, and on sale at rh<% Office of " THU HAWKESBUBY COORIER," ÄIARO'S LETTERS ON THE VINE, By IV. Macarthur, Esq., J, P,t Camd*}\ PRICE 5$.

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Supreme Court. CIVIL SIDE. SITTINGS IN BANCO. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 30 January 1845

Supreme Court. CIVIL SIDE. SITTINGS IN BANCO. MON DAY, JAN. 20.-This being the firs day of terra their Honors the three Judge look their seats on the Bench in fuii ju Ricial costume. Brooks v. Bourne -¡fTbis case wa ordered to be tried before a special jury o "twelve. Mathew v. M ¡'kee-An application wa made to set aside the award of the ai bi iretor^to which this case bad been referred Judgment reserved. Harper v. Bloomfield.-The order o Mr. Justice Dickinson, on the 13lhNovem ber last, itt this matter directing that ï judgment of »on pros *houlu Ve set aside was rescinded by the Court, and the sun of £11 lös. lOd. paid by the defendant was ordered to be refunded, each part) paying his own costs Macdermott v Devlin.-This was a mo tion to set aside a writ of fieri faûias issued by the Resident Judge at Pot! Phillip, on the ground that his Honor hac exceeded his jurisdiction. Judgment re served. In re Philip Solomon.-Tuesday the 28t li instant was appointed by the Court foi healing c...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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[?] Blush. [?] FOR THE [?]HAW[?]BURY COURIER." [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 30 January 1845

Ilia deepItölojr ^ beautiful If 1 tried l^eaw^t pleH*ureX «MM witb to «peak M jiabDûr*wej:*TOuW be thrown,. fier-<rliite%oBom a little left hareby ber dress, Rich glow'd and new beauty displayed, í owH'd upon heaven in its kinjoesa to bleas, ihe breast of my beautiful maid. May the heart from whence issued that sweet glowing blush, Ne'er feel either aorrow or care, 3u*»y her life nevar know «ne sad feeling to crush That heart tbat is lovely and fair. And Flora m/dearest when next thy food breast To which I Ptah nothing but bliss, Sends again to thy cheek that soft blush let il rest, Till 1 take it off with a kiss. F. A. W. Tliclimond, Jan. 18.

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Original Correspondence. AGRARIAN LAWS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 30 January 1845

Original Correspondence. AGRARIAN LAWS. THE following paper from our coi respondent "Iudagntor" will prevent the necessity of our going further into the subject in order to fulfil our promise to " Agrestis." We believe it contains all he requires. To the Editor of the Hawkesbury Courier; SIR,--Seeing amongst your notices to correspondents one to " Agrestis," touching Sydney, January 27,1845. r- The Agrarian Laws were enactments made in Ancient Rome for the division of : Abe public lands. These laws were for a long period looked upon as unjust attacks . on private property; but Mr. Niebuhr in his work on Roman history, has clearly shown that their sole object was the distri bution of such lands as belonged to the state; and that the troubles which those laws were said to have given rise to, were occasioned by the opposition of persons who had settled on the land without having acquired a title thereto. These laws were intimately connected with the . sysjtem of colonization, adopted b...

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 — 30 January 1845

Sydney Shipping News ARRIVED: .Tan. 25-The steamer William the Fourth, 53 tons. Wiseman, master, from the Clarence River the 23rd inst.-with wool, sheep, &c. Jan. 26-'The steamer Shamrock, 200 tons. Gilmore, master, from Port Phillip the 19th, Launceston the 23rd, aril Boy<t Town, Twofold Bay the 25th inst.-with wool and sundries. Jan 26-The steamer Sovereign, 119 tons, Cape, master, from Moreton Bay the 23rd inst.-with 135 bales wool and sun dries. Jan. 26 -The schooner William, 62 tons. Freeman, master, from Moreton Bay the 2lst inst.-with 112 bales wool and 90 bales sheepkins. Jan. 27.-The schoon r Waterlily, 155 tons, Hayle, master, from Hobart Town tho 18th instant-with sundries. SAILED. Jan. 23.-The barque Agincourt, Neatby, master, for Ceylon-with horses, &c. Jan. 23,-The schooner Edward, Tallan, master, for Twofold Bay, with sundries. Jan. 23.-The schooner Clarence, Jacks, master, for Corner Inlet-with sundrief. Jan. 23.-The schooner Mary Ann, Ain ...

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From the Gazette. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 30 January 1845

From the Gazette. NOTICE -The undermentioned cattle, supposed to be stolen, were found in the possession of John Murphy, a native of the colony, now in custody on a charge of cattle stealing. One yellow cow, white flanks, JR on oh? hip and tibs. rump, «onWhip, One small black cow, IW off hip, H ol ribs, J 4. on near thigh and ribs. One brindle bullock, white belly and tail (appears to be a worker,) HW off ribs OW near hip One vellow heifer, 4 near shoulder, 4 neal thigh. One red poley heifer, white flanks, g on ribs. W One red and white bullock, rjD on off rump One black bullock, wA on near ribs. One yellow sided bullock, wA near ribs'. One yellow heifer, Aw off rib?. One brindle spotted bullock, UR off hip. IUC One red bullock, RN near ribs. One brindle bull stag (B)near ribs. One yellow and white heifer, wA near ribs. One large red bullock, (B) on ribs. One old yellow cow, WW off hip, w A near W ribs, brand on off shoulder not legible. One strawberry bullock, S near hip, BPE near ...

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Food for Swine. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 30 January 1845

Tooû îûv Swine. >Ur. POLTON, wlip has fattenel ewine to in enormous weight, tia» ibo fellowing obs» rr«tions on tlio subject in the " IJrlush Farmer's Miga" ainp," vol. v'4. We consider ellem worth? of quotation, w/th tba view of impressing on th? mind of tb» reirers of ewin?, tl)9 importance of fermenting food for this els as of euinn U. ** 1 always ieail ruy pig's on Sour fooJ, which 1 bav<- j Invariably found to feod them faster, and to make ; 1)9 AHSII firmer, and whiter iban food given \u j *àoy btÜ0i tt$ie. ?IfTia following í«''*¡ny mellion j of pre; aiing ii : As soon as ibe potatoes »rc | steamed. I lure tb«m, while quite hot, beaten tn a pulp, vttá mixet! with bran, in tim proportion <>f twenty-eight ¡iou nil s of bran to a sack (2*U lbs.) of potatoes, ami this mixtnr* is put into ft vat tor ten or twelve days, till qiite sour : th's food wakes the (»iga fal eno.ugu tor porkers or sm «ll bourns. WU tin I rf quire ibetn more than u uninonly far, I...

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Literature. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 30 January 1845

Literature. Parmivg for Ladies ; or a Guide to the Poultry yard, the Dairy, and Pi WV' By the Âvthi r of " British Husbandry'' J.'ondon, Murray. *I'HÏS boole 4a just the very one th¡ «lias been for vears a desideratum, J ts a combination of the useful with tí agreeable ; n.ay be more or less adapte by everybody who bas got a yard < ^garden or spare piece of ground adjflii ing their dwellings. It is calculated I induce occupation for those who im a gi ii they have so little to do that that Ititi may be deferred ; it advises pursuii that require early rising.and thus lengtl ?cn life, as witness the following passag in (he introduction : . LENGTH OP LIFE GAINED Br Em li ISING.-Let us calculate the increaa of profitable life, if twp hours a day h added to our t>ihte«ce. People ver generally devote nine of teri bours e the four und twenty to their bed, leavin fourteen to occupations of business o pleasure. But supposing them to b »educed to seven or eight, these tw hours sa...

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To Make Butter. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 30 January 1845

; To Make Butter. WK have seen varions accounts of butter mai'c in winter from scalded milk, but we have nevt-i put any of iii«m tu an experimental lest. On Monday »ve cw'Jeil en Mr. Palten Jobf'Son, of Framiiighatu, und ate some of hi« butter. . lie has I «en feeding his cattle for some lime with h,iy, i:i part, a id this is very apt to gire an un p'eHsant taste to butter. Mr. J, scalded his milk as soon as it waa drawn from the coir, and then set it away in (hs usuid manner. Mis hutt't now tofi.es as well, and appears as yellow and solid a« any that s undo injune. Airs John* soti tells us the churning ia pu rfc rm id now as soon as tn Sepiemht-r. 8!>d she cannot perceive ? hat ttjis i j inferior to any butter fi hieb she hus made th s season. We hope ninny of our friends .vii! muka trial of (his modo nt preparing the mik to beset away. People »ho have large dai KS will bc mitch assisted if ibey can make as 4O.MI butter in November ami m Decein'er as in .hf ca ly p ut of au u'l....

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Cider. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 30 January 1845

CMOT, ............ Iv a recent number of the Pharmaceutic.!( Journal, we find the following useful informnMoti on cidor making :-j*' I he usual system is to filier, fine willi isinglass, and ruck frequently leaving tie hunghoie open until feriueHlatt'on hus ceased. VVLvn living in a fruit country, (had placed in my «ellar three pipes of cidtr whit ii had been a dsiy or two pieviousiy pressed from the fruit. 1 adiied to each cask four ounces of isinglass in solution, und one pound of coarse ly powdered charcoal. I then bunged it down, and introduced a tube through the bung of the shane of a siphon, the contrary end dipping imo water for the purpoia of excluding the nt rn os pheric air, and at the anne time ensuring the safety of (he VCÊEOI. When it hud dsoppti! tolerably fine, 1 racked it as quickly as possible, a ¡ding another quantity of the solution cf isin glass and charcoal, stepping it down as befce. ll the expiration of iLree weeks, ft-;mentation having ceased. I withdrew the ...

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The Earth-stopper. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 30 January 1845

The Earth-stopper. 4By John Millis, Author of " The Old Eng. tish Gentleman,'* fyc. When all aloud the wind doth blow, And coughing drowns the parson's sa And birds sit breeding in the snow, And Marian's noselooks ièd audSraw, When roasted crabs hies in the bowl, Then nightly sings the staring owl.** JfFrom Taifa Edinburgh Magazine/or Sep The winter wind swept through tl brake and briar, and hummed throug the dry and leafless branches ol' tl wood, and rattled against rickety casi wents, and thundered at close doors and windows in very madness I the dental of his admission, Now li -roared like some goaded beast, and the >viiistlcd-and shrieked as he rushed alon o'er moor and mead, hill-top and val< as if tilting in his anger with every thin in his path-from the withered lea whirled from its lurking corner, to th brave old oak clad with ivy-green of -century's growth. it's a wild night,«-a very wi! flight,** said Hairy iianton, the Earth stopper, to his wife, as they sat...

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From the Gazette. LAND PROCLAMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 30 January 1845

From the Gazette* LAND PROCLAMATION. By his Excellently fir George Gipps, Knight, Captain General, and Goveruor-in*obief of the Territory of New South Wales and its De> pendenmes, and Vice Admiral of'tha sante, &c, &e. j In pursuance of the authority in me vested by a certain Act of tba Imperial Parliament of Great Britain end Ireland, passed in the Sib and 6th yeer of ber Majesty s Keign, intituled. " An Act for regulating tbesale of Waste Land belonging lo tba Crown in ibe Australian Colo nies." I do hereby notify and proclaim, that et eleven o'clock, of Wednesday, the I?ib d,¡y of February next, the following portions ot Crown Lands will be offered for sale by public auction, at the Colonial Treasury,in Sydney, at the upset price affixed to each lot respectively, on the terras and conditions and under the provisions of the above recited Act. (Deposit 10 per cent.) SPECIAL COVNTilY LOIS. (Upset price £l per acre.) 1 Cook, 2tf acres, parish unnamed, at Spring woo...

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Petition [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 30 January 1845

" TÙ Bis Bocéllèncy Sir ' úeorgú Gipps, WE, the inhaliitanls pf Windsor, Hichmond, and pilier tö^os and localities, who ate in tija habit pf rr.Wsing Howe's Bridge, and that half-tnile of.pit falls,«ailed the Long Bridge,-beseech Your Excellency to la^e into your serious coneidernti'Hi the present awfully dangerous and .life-j'estroying state of the ROAD* AND BHIOGF.S leading to the towns of Windsor, ftitsumdnd Pitt town, Wil he<force, Ste, &c j Andi we fur|!ier, beseech Your Excellency, if it ne your intention, wLich we suppose lt will not fcc, to press «pon ibu d'Strict the wurldng of the District. Connells, that you will !ortlnvi-:b devote a po tion of the . sums collected at the rai ions Tax Toll-gate*, to (he, repair.of the Rosds and Bridge* ; or, if it better piesse Your Excellency to despatch « gang of Rebeecaiies fr:>m the metropolis to de molish said Tolls they bein . considered a ba to tho energies of those win» puss through tb: rai and who cannot sub...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 30 January 1845

Richmond. NOÏÏCE. IL UM WHITE WILL Se« by Public Auction, at Mr. THOMAS FATHER'S, Sign of the Union Inn, Richmond, on FRI DAY next, the 31st instant, at 12 o'clock, without reserve, About SO Head of a mixed lot of Cattle A few superior Woilting Bullocks 4 Ploughs 1 Chaff Cutter 2 Beer Coolers 1 Large Wardrobe 1 Timber Carriage 1 Large Looting Glau Several Cart Boxes With many other useful article». Te rmt - Cas A. IMMEDIATELY áFTBft WH CH, A FARM of Sixty Acres, cleared, fenced.anil under cultivation, will be 80H in one or more Lott, lt is situated at tb« KUHHAJON'G, and adjoins Lawson's, Hilt's, and Dunstan's Farms ; Weeney Cre«*k tunning through it. lt is under rental to Townsend, Keane Haines and Baxter Terms at Sale. HAWKESBURY Benevolent Society. TH E General Annual Meeting of the SOCIETY, will be held at the ASYLUM, WINDSOR,on MONDAY, the 10th F BB Itt) AU Y next, at TUN o'clock, when the attendance of Sub scribers and well wishers is particulaily 1 requested. ! CBy order of t...

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"HAWKESBIRY COURIER." THURSDAY, JANUARY 30, 1845. Bridges On the Windsor Road. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 30 January 1845

THüfete, JAKÜA^ÍF 30,. * 8*5. ¡ Bridges On the Windsor Road. THE dangerous state ot the Bridges on this Road, is a subject on which we have re peatedly written, trusting that die inbabit < ants of Windsor and its adjacent localities would on seeing the matter brought under their notice, take those steps which neces sarily devolve upon them,in order to remedy -au evil that is daily assuming a more dan gerous character. We are in fact at a loss to accouut tor the apparent apathy which prevails relative to a state of tirings whereby individual as well as public safety is threat ened to an alarming extent ; and, whilst we almost fear to write them, we feel, ne vertheless constrained to express our fore bodings that-no measures will be taken to remedy so serious an evil, till tho loss of human life,-an event which we daily dread Tiaving to record-shall force into -action the dormant energies of those who ought long since io have bestirred them selves in this matter. To say not...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 30 January 1845

TERMS. Th' HAWKESBURY COVIIIER will Contimit to be pub. lislied every Thursday mor tiing, in Windier au4 ttkhmond, and forwarded to all part» of the Country, The terms of SuBsenrprroN ure 5s per Quarter j and Subscribers not resident in either of the above loans must ¡my . in advance. The quarters end on the tust Thursday in the mouths of March, June, September and December, on. which days only, or previous tothefollowing Monday can resignations be receive I, which mutt be accom^uniid by pay ment of all monies due. Tlie charges for ADVERTISEMENTS are : For the jirstinch 3s.; and for every inch of space after, ci t the rate ff ls for each insertion ; a d the num. ber of times to be / ublislted must be written on the fuce rf the manuscript, or the advirtistments will be continued till c untermundei. S on-subscribe't must fay the amount previous to the tnie tion vf their advertisements, tuhch must be sent before tuelve o'clo k n.ion, on Wednesday, and o¡ den to withdraw not latir than ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 6 February 1845

TER MS. Th* H AWKESBURï COURIER will continue to be pub. lished every Thursday morning, in Windsor and Richmond, and forwarded to ult parts ef the Country, i The terms of SUBSCRIPTION «re 5s. per Quarter ; i and Subscribers not resident in either of the above town», must nay in udvunce. The quarters end en I the lust Thursday in the months pf March, June, September und Derember, on which days on'y, or previous to thefolloniug Monday can resignations be received, which must be accompanied by pay' ' ment of all monies due. j The chiTgcs far ADVERTISEMENTS are : Fer the first inch 3s.; and for every inch of space after, ut the rate of is. for each insertion ; and the num. ber of tim.s to be ¡ublished must be written on the face of the manuscript, or the advertisements wilt be continued titi c untermanded, h'on-tubsciibei s must pay the amount previous to tfie insertion of their advertisements, wh eh must be sent before tuelve o'clock niton, on Wednesday, and orders to withdraw, not la ...

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