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LAND PROCLAMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 6 February 1845

LAND PROCLAMATION. By bis Excellency Sir George Gipps, Knight, Captain General and Governor-in-Cliief of the Territory of New South Wales and its Dependencies, and Vice-Admiral of the sante. Ike, &LO. In pursuance of the authority in me rested by a certain Act of the Imperial Parliament of Great Britain and Ireland, passed in the Stu and 6lh year of lier Majesty's Reign, intituled " An Act for Regulating the Sale of Watte Land belonging to the Crown in the Australian Colonies," I do hereby notify and proclaim, that at ll o'clock of Thursday, the ISth day of Feb ruary next, the following Town Allotments of Land will be offered for sale by Public Auction, at the Colonial Treasury, in Sydney, at the up set price affixed to each lot respectively, on the ?terms and conditions and under the provisions of the above recited Act. (Deposit, IO per cent ) TOWN LOTS, j (Upset price, £8 per aore.) 1 Raymond Terrace, 2r, allotment No 9 of section 9 2 Raymond Te;raoe, gr, allotment No |0 o...

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

! Petition To His Excellency Sir George Gipps, GUEE ir NO, WE, tue inhaWtants of Windsor, Richmond, jam^o^ localities, who are ia tttfe bábit bi crossing Howe's fl¡ridge, and tbat balfrroüe bf piHalls, called the Lonç Bridge,-beseech Your Excellency to ta'<e into your serious consideration the present awfully dangerous, »nd' life-ilpitroying state of the ROM)i AND BRIDGES leading to tLe towns of Windsor, Richmond, Fitt Town, WiU beiforoe, Seo., &o ; And we further beseech Your Excellency, if it be your intention, which Wi«« suppose it will not bc, <0 press upon this district the working of the District Councils, , that you will forthwith devote a po tion of the sums eolleoted at the various Taut Toll-gates, to the repair of the Hoads and fridges ; or, if ic better please Your Excellency to despatoh a gang of lieheccaii.es From the metropolis to de molish said lolls they bain* considered a bar to the energies of those who pass through them and. wk* caima...

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Sydney Shipping News ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 6 February 1845

Sydney Shipping News ARRIVED j ^ JAN. 30-The barque Palestine, 359 tons, Sim, master, from London, the 23til August, St. (Joes 9th September, arid Bahia the 16th November, with sugar and salt. 30.-The schooner Edward, 87 tons, Truscott, master, from Boyd Town, Two fold Bay, the 28th instant, with 67 bales wool. FEB. L-The schooner Star of China, 112 tons, Tinlay, master, from Port Nichol son the 8th, and Nelson the 15th ult.,with oil and sundries. 3.-The barque Chance, 374 tons, Roxby, master, from Newcastle the 30th ult., with, wool, ¿c. SAILED. JAN. 30.-The steamer James Watt, Taggart, master, for Hobart Town, with sundries. FEB. 2.-The steamer Shamrock, Gil more, master, for Twofold Bay, Port Phil lip, and Launceston, with sundries. 2.-The barque Morayshire, Smith, mas I ter, for Manila, in ballast. 2. -The barque Matilda, Bliss master, for the South Seas, with oil and stores. 3 -The schooner. Comet, Cork, master, for New Zealand, via Twofold Bay, with sundries. 3. -The schooner ...

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

To Let, THOSE extensive and well-situated Premises, lately occupied by Mr. MICHAUD SEYMOUR, Saddler, George street, Windsor, exactly opposite Mr. Blanchard's, White Hart Inn. Apply to W. G. Dimers, Windsor ; I or Mr. GaiNSELL, Richmond Stores, Richmond. Immediate possession can be given. N. B.-RENT 16*. PER WEEK. Dec. 31st. WWII Y COlIEn? AND GENERAL PRINTING OFFICE, i IT a » 3D S (D IB ». LETTER-PRESS PRINTING of every description performed with, neatness and dispatch, at moderate prices. August 8, 1844. Stationery. AT THE OFFICE OF THIS Paper, STATIONERY, CONSISTING OF, Laid Foolscap Blue wore do. Do. colored do. Folio Post. Quarto do. Do. do. Tinted Blotting Dewy Plain and tinted cards Memorandum Broies Quills Black Lead Pencils Ink in Bottles Sealing Wax Wafers.

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The Earth-stopper. [CONTINUED FROM OUR LAST.] [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 6 February 1845

The Earth-stopper. TCONTINTTED ÏIROM Oüß LAST.] j Por some moments Harry stood, will a palpitating heart, and .wavering resti lotion. Inclination led him to turn up on his heel and to retrace his footsteps ; hut duly to Iii« master urged him for wards despite of his natural fears. I've done no harm to any body, wa: the Earth-stopper's silent and secre consolation to himself, and he that hat ^doneno hann neeflp'f ?*nwît any. Tl «close the earths-if the dev Ha, ha, faa 1 Harry's sentence was brought abrupt .ly to a close. Again the laugh rang loudly from Ute gorse and echoed from hill to hill, as if a hundred tongues res ponded to the hollow empty voice from ¿the accursed thicket. The Earth stopper's tongue became -«s parched and dry as if a raging fevei bad been sapping hts blood for many a iong and weary day, and his teeth chat tered, and his stalwarth limbs bent and ?shook like some puny child's. It's more than I can make out, he .muttered. Just, too, from the very place where they...

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Original Correspondence. AGRARIAN LAWS. Correspondence thereon by " Indagator" [CONCLUDED FROM OUR LAST] [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 6 February 1845

Original Correspondence. AGRARIAN LAWS. Correspondence thereon by " Indagator" [CONCLUDED PROM OUR LAST ] ACCORDING to Pliny, no Agrarian Law was ever proposed till the one by Spurius Cassius, before referred to ; and every subsequent attempt of the kind down to the period of his remembrance, had always been followed by great public commotions. Dionysius further informs us that this pub lie land had, by the negligence of the magistrates, been suffered to. fall tuto the, possession of the rich ; but that this would uot have been an obstacle to the division of the lands under! the proposed law. if Caseins U»J uiii" included, amongst the recipients df the bounty, the Latins"enif Hernicï, whom he had but a short time previously made citizens. Considerable debate took place on the subject in^the senate, anda decree was passed to the effect that com missioners, to be called decemvirs should be appointed from amongst persons holding the consular rank, their duty being to mark out the publi...

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Harvest Song. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 6 February 1845

'lajIioTeípBr'Btáwnyliaiid. IJie helmet and ¿he «pear Are twined with tharawal wreath, ©ut pt^Wbèp^iûi the ©rpbaa'stear. And blood-spoitB restieneath. I love to see the $eld ^>t «s moiát with purple stain, Vat. not where bqiie.t. sword, »nd shield1 JLîé strawed with'the gory slain, % r/": ? Ko, no ; 'tia there the sun ? Shoots down;his cloudle8B beams, Till rich aid bursting juice drops run On the viney an! earth in streams. My glowing beart beats high At the sight of shining gold, Sue it ja not that .which the miser's eye JDeligliteth to behold. A tiightpr wreath by far Than the deep mine's yellow vein, ls seen aiound in the fuir fields crown d, With sheaves of burnished grain. LOOK forth ye toiling men, Though little ye possess, JBeglad that denrtli is not on earth To make that little less. Let the song of praise be poured In gratitude and jov. "By the rich man with bis gainers stored» And the ragged gleaner boy. The least that natur« gives, Is not for on6: alone, "* Tis shared...

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Proper Time to Reap Wheat. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 6 February 1845

Troper Time to Reap Wheat. (Fro»» ike Gardeners Chronicle, Sept. 21 J \ THE discussion and remarks in some of your late numbers respecting the best time to harvest wheat as regards its state of ripeness, has recalled to my re» membrance a circumstance which oc curred some five or six years ago. I was visiting a friend in an excellent wheat growing district beyond Houns low, and when conversing with a neigh bouring gentleman in whose wheat field we were walking, my friend remarked that his piece of wheat was the forward est thereabouts, and would be fit to cu* in a fortnight. The gentleman said he meant to cut carly, as he had under stood was ofjte» done in parts of Hert fordshire, the millers liking the fy$e|»' ujl the better for it ! and he intended to begin on Monday week. Upon which I remarked that if the grain had ceased to derive nutriment from the straw, ii might be cut to-morrow, and th it it would be easy to ascertain that by ex amining the thread-like connection of the grai...

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Dairy Management. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 6 February 1845

Dairy Management. Mr. Greaves, of Bakewell, Derby shire, stated recently to the Council of the Itoyal Agricultural Society that, having paid a visit, some twenty years ago, lo the dairy of the Duchess of Rutland, at Belvoir, he was much Struck with the plan adopted for obtain ing the cream without skimming it from the surjÇace of the milk. The milk room w^s Hued with porcelain, laid on in squares, and, in order to preserve it cool and fresh, as well as to create a gradual ventilation, a fountain of cold water was kept constantly flowing in the middle of the dairy, the current rising through, an upright pipe in the centre, and, having attained its height, rolling back in sheets of water over a cone of Successive basins, increasing in size from the top to the bottom, where the water-entered a drain and was carried away. All the pancheons were of china ware, and very shallow ; it having, he believed» been satisfactorily ascertained that the ainouat of cream ¡brown to the surface rft a ...

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

Varieties. SLANDER.-The delusive itch for slan der-too common in all ranks of people -whether to gratify a little ungenerous resentment ; whether oftener out of a principle pf levelling, from a narrowness and poverty of soul, ever impatient of merit and superiority in others-whe ther a mean ambition, or the insatiate lust of being witty (a talent in which ill-nature and malice are no ingredients) or, lastly, whether from a natural cru elty of disposition, abstracted from .all views and considerations of self : to which one, or whether to all jointly, we j are indebted for the contagious malady ; this much is certain, from whatever seed it springs, the growth and progress of it are as destructive to, as they are unbe coming a civilized people.-Sterne. Punch says, " It is no wonder that Captain Parry and his crew were nearly starved while in the artic zone,inasmuch as it appears the foolish fellows persist ed in going in their bare (bear) skins. An Irishman, in describing the qua liti...

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

SIXTY ACRE FAR ON THE HAWKESBURY RIVER. WILL SELL BY AUCTION, at his Mart, corner of George street and C'uarluue-place, Sydney, on MONDAY, THE 10TH FEBRUARY, At Eleven o'clock, IMUBDIATILY AFTEB THE SALE OF AN Allotment of Ground In Sussex-street, Sydney, An alluvial Farm of sixty acres, on the navi gable portion of the Upper Colo Branch of the Hawkesbury River, adjoining the property of M H. JAMES RIDGE ; about 30 acres aye* - «leared, and have been under cultivation. The situation of this snug little property ensures a constant and never-failing supply of water, as it is situated at the head of the navigation of the Branch, The soil is of a very superior description, and títere have been some valuable trees planted and an Orchard formed. Terms at Sale. f A Valve Trampet, Xeft as security for tanney lew to WiUi^ Jones, wheelwright, DD the 19tb M ?y last, unless the atuouat with expenses be previously paid. WILLI .4 Al P£RR.y. Caution. ALL Parties indebted to the under signed are ag...

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Supreme Court. (CRIMINAL JURISDICTION.) TUESDAY, JAN. 28. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 6 February 1845

Supreme Court. (Ç AUMIN AL JURISDICTION.) > , TUESDAY, JAN. 28. Before their Honors the three Judges. The QUEEN V. WELDON-This matter touching the sentence of the prisoner Wel don, was argued by the Attorney General on the part of the Crown, and by Mr. Pure foy for the prisoner. The Coutt reserved judgment till Thursday« the 30th. The QUEEN V. SOLOMON--Mr. Foster on the part of the prisoner contended that the conviction of the prisoner at the late Quar ter Sessions for larceny was illegal, and moved that the same may be set aside on the ground that no evidence of frau.i had been shown, and that the matter was simply one of debt. Mr. Callaghan supported the prosecution and contended that the property was felo niously obtained by the defendant. The Court reserved judgment. THURSDAY, JAN. 30. Befoie their Honors the three Judges. The QUEEN V. WELDON.-In this case the Chief Justice stated, that the Court were of opinion the judgment against the pri soner must be arrested, and that he...

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Hints to Botanical Collectors. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 6 February 1845

Hints to Botanical Collectors. I . I (From the Gardener's Chronicle, Sept. 2\.J I MITCH unnecessary anxiety might be spared those to whose care newly intro duced plants and seeds are consigned, if Collectors would attach some memo randa to them, not only concerning the soil in which the plants delight, with ¡ some cursory remarks on their habit, which is, in many cases.all the directions given by which the cultivator is to be guided in their treatment, but abo the climate, the degree of temperature at various periods of the year if possible, and above all, the situation in which they grow. When I speak of collectors I do not refer to persons whose sole ob I ject in exploring distant regions, is col lecting not only the productions of various climes, but also giving an ac count of their habits, &c. ; I allude to persons who, by some cause either of business or pleasure, are induced to visit distant climes, and being for the most part entirely ignorant of boiany and gardenir g...

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

Bees. I was livjng in a town where I knev some bees*were kept, and Ichahced-tc have some coarse comb, from which thc honey had drained ; so, instead of being greedy, and squeezing out all I could get, I determined to give a feed all around to such bees as chose to accept my invitation to dinner. This invitation [ gave by opening the window, and setting the honey on the sill. In about half-an-hour some foragers found it out ; they helped themselves, and carried back the good news to the sisters in the hive. In the course of the morning my .room literally swarmed with bees, and j I need not tell you, as they are grateful I creatures, they did not meddle with me, but as I sat at my books, repaid me for my treat with their sweet music. In the afternoon they were satisfied, at least for the day, and dripped o IT, one by one, without committing any excess. There is nothing strange in all this, but now comes the wonderful part of the story ; I, myself, got np next morning, some time before...

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"HAWKESBURY COURIER." THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1845. Colonial Spirits as an Export. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 6 February 1845

-i ¡¡i >II '? ? ' .' - , - ? 1 ""gaw.-1-? nt 'Í : Colonial Spirits as an Export. IT requires no argument to prove that thi prosperity of every country must be en hanced by the increase of its natural pro ductions and its manufactures, providei they are of that class for which there is i sufficient demand either at home or abroad as in one case they prevent the necessit; for continued importation which it is desira ble to reduce ; and in the other, they fora articles of exportation, which it is expedien to extend- With this view of the subject it is much to be lamented, that his Kxcel lency the Governor should have withholder Iiis assent from the Colonial Spirits Export ation Bill, which was passed during the las Session of the Legislative Council; ant our regret is not îessèned by the rencctioz which obtrudes itself upon us, that if thi Bill had been assented to, the Colonise might have turned to good account tlx * abundant crop of peaches this season ha yielded, by the manufactu...

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From the Gazette. LAND PROCLAMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 6 February 1845

From the Gazette» LAND rilOCLMlAilON. By his Excellency Sir George Gipps, Knight, Captain General, and Gorernor-iu-chief pf the Territory of New South Wales and its De pendencies, and Vice-Admiral of the same, &c, &c. In pursuance of tie authority io me vested by a certain Act of the Imperial Parliament of Great Britain end Ireland, passed in die 5tb and 6th year of her Majesty's Keigo, intituled, " An Act for regulating the sale of Wasts ¿and belonging to the Crown in the Australian Colo nies." I do hereby notify and proclaim, that at eleven o'clock, of Wednesday, the 158th day of ¡February next, the following portions of G ru wu Lands will be offered for sale by public auction, at the Colonial Treasury, in Sydney, at the upset price affixed to eaoh lot respectively, on the terms and conditions and under the provisions of the above recited Act. (Deposit 10 per cent.) SPECIAL COUNTRY LOTS. (Upset price £l per acre.) 1 Cook, 20 acres, parish unnamed, at Spring wood 2 ...

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The Earth-stopper. [CONCLUDED.] [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 13 February 1845

The Earth-stopper. {CONCLUDE n.] fe ever there was a miserable sinner, thought Harry, Pm one at this moment. ¡May heaven be merciful to all mah iind, "but to me in particular ! Such was thesincere petition muttered to heaven by the breathless and perse cuted Earth-stopper, as he continued his rapid ran in' the vain hope of out stripping «is relentless pursuer. Mile after mile was scoured, and still Harry beard the sanie tramp, tramp, -tramp, as an echo to his foot-fall, and never once did it cease to beat within some three or four paces of his own. It was a most tearful, horrifying race, a nd, perhaps, «one can imagine the dread yritlt which the fleeing Earth-stopper was inspired, unless they may have fancied on some occasion, that the .devil was close -at their heels. Yes, there it is at last. A bright, .cheerful ray of light is streaming thro' the latticed window. A few more swift «nd long strides, Harry, and the gaol will be reached. The cheering' sight gave fresh energy to his n...

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"HAWKESBURY COURIER," THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1845. NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 13 February 1845

"ii WVKESIWRY (iftirS? NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. Our esteemed corespondent at Richmond will observe that toe have attended to his communication in this number, his poetry shalt have a place at a future oppor t unity. The alterations in the Racing advertisement will be attended to next week.

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Ode to Spring. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 13 February 1845

SwM>ttofetit1)el}reath«r$nrín(!r, . 'iW^^è.ièln'try.'liléaJh) «Wffo Swm to lirtr tte élíj-lá>lta*inp, 'Sweet to*èe »be openrogf oweirs, 'Möogstthe^ Sweet wben Spring^ refreshing «bower«, \Vfà«t\nùbtgr»nifàm**ùomiiBepmg. 3 weet tbe pearly drop« bf dew. Glittering in,tbe tnorningsun, -Sparkling gem« ofev'ry hue, Twinkling vanish one by one, .Sweet the Plouguboy's morning aSng, Echoing tbroii b Hw woodlands near j ^Sweet to bear ttte lark s prolong, Kotes so varied, rich, and clear. 'Sweet to see the verdant lawn, * Tip'd witb daÍBÍeB every where ; läweet to mark- the lamb and fawn, frisking gaily here and there. "Sweet to see the lowing kine, Precious treasures homeward bear, Poor and rich consent to dine, On the sweets which they prepare. ISweet the fields of waving corn-» Sweet the fruitful lo«dfd tree ; Hungry soul« with anguish turn, \ Eat and drink, and happy be. I

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Latest English News. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 13 February 1845

Latest English News. The General Hewitt from Portsmouth and the Herald from Cork with emigrants, ar rived in Sydney during the week, bringing news to the 4th Nov.-The King of the French returned to his capital after visiting Her Majesty at Windsor. During his stay his Majesty was invested with the Most Noble Order of the Garter.--Wool, of good quality maintained former high prices.-» From the latest accounts of O'Connell and his coadjutors, the cry, it appears, is not to l^^^w^rJ^^^^^^^^o^ lng tba O'iGoaDBU t»oUonf,^hB ww* Tscheek, ? who attempted í 4o »«»»Bsioa^e the King of Prussia, was pardoned by bis Majesty !-On the 14th October a dreadful fire broke ont at the Kew Cross Railway station. The damage is estimated at £25.000.-A Treaty of Peace bas been signed by the King of the French and tba Emperor of Morocco -Lady Heytesbury, the Lady of the new Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, died at Dublin Castle on the 4tb October. Io consequence of this bereave ment, it was thought his Excellen...

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