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Kalangloa. A TALE OF THE HAWKESBURY. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 20 February 1845

Kalangloa. A TALE OF TUB HAWKESBURY» 'MATTHEW C was the worthy respected proprietor of the farm, know Kalangloa, in the neighbourhood of w I spent the greater portion of my e days. Long and weary as has t the-1 apse of years since the perio my acquaintanceship with the old far and his family, my mind stilt retail lively and pleasing impression of ti characteristics ; and the remembra is not the less vivid in conséquenci those ties and associations of childi» and^early friendship, which form c necting links in the chain of "sweet i mories." Matthew ~» -had been a sold and bravely had he fought beneath banners of his king and country. I engagements had occurred during Jong and sanguinary struggles of Peninsular war, in which Matthew C C -had not had a share. He li left an arm at Salamanca, and his bc bore evidences of at least three mus! shots received beneath the ramparts of Cuidad Roderigo. Th us possessing individual portion both of the laurels a the thorns of glory, he returned to...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 20 February 1845

UAWKESBURV 4 Subscription Races. AT a MEETING held at Mr. Hig gerson*s, *( Bird-in-Hand inn,*' Richmond Road, on SATURDAY, the IRih Januarv. 18i.*>, it was airreed that SUBSCRIP TION R A c. Ka should be beH at the WIND SOR RACECOURSE. Richmond Road, rn, W E D N ES D A Y, TH U RS D A Y, ¡md PRIMAY the'¿nd. 3rd and 4th dava of APRIL ne*t, when the following PRIZES will be run for. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 2. FI RST P RIZ E-THE HAWKESBURY TOWN PLATE of Beventy sovereigns, for Hors°s of all ages carrying weight for age Heats, twice round the Coarse. Entrance . £1 tOs Tlitoe entrance*orno race'. The winner of this Prize to carry 7lbs. extra at the discre tion of the Stewards at any subsequent Race. SECOND PRIZE. - TUE MAIDEN' PLATE of thirty sovereigns for horses of all a<res tliHt have never won an advertised Prize exceeding £!'? ; carrying weight for age Heats, oncb round. Entrance, three pounds Three entrances or no race. THIRD PRIZE-THE DERBY STAKES of thirty sovereigns, for ho...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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Federalism. IMPORTANT LETTER FROM MR. O'CONNELL. To the Editor of the Kerry Examiner. Derrynane Abbey, 30th October, 1844 [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 20 February 1845

-;- i Federalism. ' 1 - v I VP OCTANT X. KITER PROM" »R. O'CONNELL. To ike Editor of the Ktírry Examiner¿ Derrynane Abbey, 30ib October, 1844 Sm,-î hare read your article io yesterday* Examiner, headed *' Federalism,' and I feel very much obliged to you for the civil and kind things which yon have said or rn» in that article. Tobe sure I have been work ing f°r o'pwaids of forty years hi the popular cause ; and though 1 have often opposed the popular sentiment for n time, one way or other the people hnve ultimately come round to my opinion, »nd such tempo rary disagreement has only tended to aug ment the public confidence. If there be any difference of opinion be tween me^and the people at large QO th« present occasion-which I am not disposed to believe-vet the time is not come when any explanations can be given or received, for this simple reason, that up to the ore sent moment there is no pinn of Federal ism before the public. The Federalists have been invited to declare themselves...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 20 February 1845

A PUBLIC BAZAAR i  PUBLIC BAZ \ AR will be held -3HL at Windsor and liichmoncl, viz. AT WlNDSOIt, on Tuesd.iy nr d Wednes day. February iZdtlt and 2<JÍÜ, 1845, on the ¡'remisas lately in the occupation of Mr. VIOLIN I'FOIti). Georg» street. AT RICHMOND on Timr .loy nnd Friday, F bruary 127tit and 28th, 184-5, in the House 'atolv occupied hy Mr. WOOD. TO COMMENCE ON EACH DAY AT * 10, A. ;\1 A {rreat variety of USEFUL AND ORNA MENTAL AKTICLUS will b3 of«red tor Sale. The whole of the ivoceeds will h». appro privad to die Fut da of the Wesleyan Maibndist Chape! in Hichmontl. Feb. 17._ Sn tlie Court of Requests. Curneen v. Brown, WILL be Sold by Public Auction, This Day (Thursday, 20th Feb.,) at 12 o'clock precisely, at Mr. Blanch ard's Cattle Yard, George Street, Wind sor, - Thirty-fivo Head of CATTLE, more or less, including several superior Milch Cows, with calves by their sides ; unless this Execution is previously sa tisfied. R. SHERRIFF, BAILIFF Windsor, Feb. 19. ^_ . ...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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South Australia. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 20 February 1845

South Australia. BY the late arrivals (rom South Austra lia, we observe tliat thar floe Colony is progressing most rapidly. Governor Grey's administration ^ives entire sa tisfaction to all classes of the colonists. The rich mineral resources of »'lie colon v are being every day more slron¿ly deve loped-copper is now a regalar article of export, and silver has been extracted in considerable quantities, so large that it appears dangerous to make it known, from some of the ores from the lead mines. The best proof afforded of the real position of a colony is by statistical re turns ; and from some made up to the close of 1844, we glean that at that pe riod the population was 18,509 indivi duals. The imports during the year had been £92,983, and her exports £88,000, the et eater portion of which arose from 3.761 bales of wool, and wheat io the value of £18.000, shipped to England. The stock in the colony was:-sheep 550,000 -cattle 29,030-horses 2000, and pigs and goats 12,000. The follow...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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Immigrants per ship "Herald." [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 20 February 1845

Immigrants per ship "Herald." Br the ship Her»W, winch an ired lagt week ire bare received an accession to out- imputation of tero hundred and seres souls, who are to b epeeddv followed by two more ship loada o tounty immigrants, to. snake up the cornjjleroeni due. Of the number imported hy tim Herald only sijt'y of them are mule adults, whose la bour caa be rendered -available to any useful purpose; tba remainder consisting of womer ? sod children, whuse importation will only tend to augment the unproductive classes of the com munity, and increase tbe prevalent distress which presses so beary on the working classes at the present time. The continuance of immigration, under any .?circumstances, during tho impoverished elate «J our colonial resources, and the superfluous-Aup j)ly of labour of almost ever/ description in-llii market over the demand, VT« regard as a posh tire evil-frightful ic its consequences and re sults to the labouring puor, as it is calamitous tc the'best interest...

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Agriculture. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 20 February 1845

Agriculture. tjôxsiDEBïNQ as wo do and, have al wai done, that Agriculture is the basis of a other arts,-as it ia the foundation of coo .itierce of every kind^f we trust we shall ni be considered as performing a work of si spererogation, if we again endeavour to st muíate our farming friends to cultivate i ^n its fullest extent, in this most fertile di; 4rict. ** Agriculture" (says HarUib) " : «one of the noblest and most necessary pari of industry belonging to a commonwealth the first ground of mutual trading betwee men, and the well-spring offenes in a "well-ordered societies." " lt is not only (observes .another writer) " indispensabl to national prosperity, but it is eminent] -conducive to the welfare'cf'those engage in it. It gives health to the body, energ to the mind ; is favorable to virtuous an . temperate habits, and to knowledge and pu T»ty of moral character, which are the pillar of good government and the true support c national independence, But. whilst w are anxious t...

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Supreme Court. SITTINGS IN BANCO. MONDAY, FEB. 3. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 20 February 1845

Supreme C.Qiurt. SITTINGS IN BANCO. MONDAY, FEB. 3. Before their Honors the three Judges. NEVILLE v. TURNER.-This was an action for trespass tried at the last Nisi Prius sittings, and a'verdict given for the defend ant. Mr. Windeyer appeared tosupport a mo* tion for n new trial on several grounds. Mr. Foster opposed the application on behalf of defendant. Ju.dgme.nt re>cr»ed. KENNEDY V. RITCHIE.-This was a mo tion to set aside a writ of ca. ta, issued against the plaintiff (who had been non suited in the above actiou) for the recovery of costs. Motion granted. TUHSDAY, FE». 4. DALTON, V. SANDWELL-The Court de livered judgment iu this matter for the plaintiff. APPLETON V. MOUTRY.--This action for the recovery of £564 16«. 4d\ was tried at the last, nisi prias sittings before Mr. Jus tice Dickinson and a special jury, when a verdict was given for tba defendant. The plaintiff moved for a new trinl. Messrs. Foster and Broadhurst supported the mo tion ; and Messrs. Windeyer and Fisher...

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AT THE POLICE OFFICE, BATHURST. Upset price £5. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 27 February 1845

AT THE POLICE OFFICE, BATHURST. Upset price .¿'5. 1, Georgiana, 641 acres, parish unnamed, oenriViouut Lawson, Campbell's Uiver* WINDSOR :-Printed and Published Ay G. A. Eagar, at the Office nf THR HAWKESBURY COURIER, Bridge street, FEBRUARY 26, 1845.

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AT THE POLICE OFFICE, HARTLEY. Upset price, £5 per section of 640 acres. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 27 February 1845

AT THE POLICE OFFICE, HARTLEY. Upset prioe, £5 per section of 640 aeres. 1. West morel nd, 640 «cres, parish unnamed, at the Fish River 2- Georginni, 6*0 acres, parish unnamed, about five miles south-west of ftlouut Werong.

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Kalangloa. A TALK OF THE HAWKESBURY. (Concluded) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 27 February 1845

Kalangîoa. "A TALK OF TUE nAWKESBURV. {Concluded J Tfiftpàth to grief, though often n long toad, is ever a sure one. Intelligence relating to Edward Ii-al lengtli reached the family at Kalangloa, and from à quarter the least expected, foi the letters despatched to Sydney hud still remained unanswered. This infor mation emanated (roto a vendor o( small wares and small news who, in those days formed a character of no inconsider able importance among the little com munities he visited monthly or quarterly, as suited his circumstances or hope ol profit. This individual known on tile Hawkesbury as " Gossipping Jerry," was in Ute main a good-hearted fellow ; upd it gave him some degree of pain to be thc bearer of tidings to Kalângloa, which he weil knew were fraught with sorrow and misery. Once arrived, hts tale was soon told :-Edward B-f who had long held an onerous and res posible situation tn a principal ware house of the town, had for some time privately betrayed his trust to a de gre...

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AT THE POLICE OFFICE, GOULBURN Upset price £5 per section of 640 acres. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 27 February 1845

AT THE POLICE «FFICE, GOULBURN" Upset price jf5 ver section of 640 acres. 1. Argyle, 640 aerea, parish of Narrangarril. 2. Argyle, 640 acres, paiisb of Tai lo, nt Tarlo.

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From the Gazette. OCCUPATION LICENSES. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 27 February 1845

From the Gazette. OCÖÜPATiÜfJ LiCENSEV At Eieren o'clock of Thursday. tbejSOlli dav of March next, will be pump to auotlon, pt ilia several {daces «lamed, the Licenses to -occupy under the tteguintiooa of 2lat August, 1641, ihe following: portious of iaiid, fur «ne year from the 1st April, 1845, '» Further information respecting the lund niay ba obtained from the Surveyor General, mid respecting the conditions . from the Colonial heasurer. A TTHE COLONIALTREASÜRY.SYDNF.V The upset price of encl) lotis £5 per section of 64. » acres. I. Wellington, ll 0 acres, parish unnamed, at Ateroo (.-'reek. ». Wellington, fi IO acres, parish unnamed, at Lura's Lake, S. Wellington, 800 acres,parish unnamed, at Larra'* Lake. 4. Kt Vincent, 1000 acres, parish unnamed, at Mullendaree. 5. St. Vincent, 700 acres parish unnamed, opposite tba confluence of Nerrtnunga Creek with tba Shoalhaven River. 6. St. Vincent, 640 acres, parish unnamed, at Kouren. 7. Phillip, 640 aeres, parish unnamed, near Cool amo...

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Supreme Court. SITTINGS IN NISI PRIUS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 27 February 1845

Supreme Court. SITTINGS IN NÍSI PRIUS. THURSDAY, FEB. 13.-Before his Honor the Chief Justice and a Jury of four. Collins v. Dodery.-Leave was granted in this matter for the defendant to amend - hts plea, he paying the costs occasioned hy the delay. Moir v Ryan,-This, was an action of damages for an assault committed by the defendant, at a civic dinner given on thé Damages, £50, > FRIDAY,, FnL»v 14.~Before.ítJ^e sanuv Parbury «»d another ». Harrison.-This was an fiction brought by the trustees of Peek St Campbell, to recover £36 lb. 2jd for goods, delivered to the defendant - This being a disputed account, the case was by consent pf the parties, submitted . to the decision of one of the Jurymen, who retired with the patties into another room. Award £28 13". lld. Verdict en tered accordingly Gannon », Smart,-The counsel for the idaiotiff in this ca*e submitted to a nonsuit in consequence of haring been misin «tructed. . . Green ». Cooper and wife.-This was an action to recover comp...

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The Bush. FOR THE "HAWKESBURY COURIER." [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 27 February 1845

Th« prospect f br^Jt, pore V the delight, * Tbe'gtiw trees high, to lapcy s eye, Giants of mighty si«, ' In twia|eJ1on«|^r|id %|d* tM.t»B»»» . Their head« invade the «kies. M i "liv.. C-¿, i¡ v, h : ! ; ..' The iron-hark, of a«p>£t,djr)^'.|-/,t. ¿ ^ ßqus| in ^pjtóh ^ . ??**'?.. * Around hts torm, loud blows the storm* Bot nooght^ sWrm'he tear*.5/*',- f ' The lightning fierce, alone oin pierce, ¡j The heart 4>f th» iron, tree ; proudly he rears his head, aud dares, . AH ewél^1fôe^lo^^\"'v> * * \ Tb« blood-wood red, lifts high bit head, ' But pensive looks around ; Fast from bis «ide the crimson tide* ? Is flowing from his wound. The stringy bark, deserves remark, Il is coat he gives so free i «From wind aud atorio, a shield to form, ' The bushman's friend is he. The perfumed air, shows growing near, The tree which poets love ; Immortal aong, the fame prolong. Of the sweet myrtle grove. Luxuriant see. the scented tree, - In one wide grove extends, What used in dreatos, give p...

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SATURDAY, FEB. 22. NEW MAGISTRATE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 27 February 1845

NEW MAGISTRATE. Thomas New, Esq., was duly sworn in a ¡ Magistrate of the Territory. ! Collins v. Doddery -An action of re» j I plevin, io which verdict was given Xor the ¡ plaintiff. Damages, £10. Dalton v Sand well.-This was an action to recover £54 18*. 9d. balapce due to plaintiff for work .and labor .performed. Verdict for plaintiff, damages £18.

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South Australia. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 27 February 1845

South Australia. it may not be geuérally knowo in the neighbouring colonies, that there isa great waiit of shipping for the exports of this province during the ensuing season. Of the craft which were employed latt season ! in exports of wheat, flour, bark, &e" there are few or none available this season The I Symmetry, Augustus, and Joseph Albino hare left-for Britain. The John Pirie will be employed in whaling. The Hawke has entered upon the trade to the East. The Waterwich is out of the trade ; and Messrs. Bunce and Thompson's new vessel, Light ning, has also been despatched to the Bast ; so that while there is probably a i greater amount of exports ready for ship ! cnent than at any former season, there never was a greater deficiency of shipping. Last h veer, according to a previous ' statement, I 1033 tons bark, 926 tons flour, 1500 tons wheat, 255 tons cupper and lead ore, and I many tons of butter, cheese.gum, &c were exported chiefly subsequent to January. The...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 27 February 1845

Marriage. GASDEN. Mr. Richard, Butcher, of George street, to Miss Mary Ann Smith at St. Matthew's Church, Windsor, by the Revd. Mr. Stiles, on Monday last. Birth. GRINSELL, Mrs. of Richmond, of a son, on Tuesday morning last. Death KEMP, Mr. Samuel, Printer, and formerly part Proprietor of the AUSTRALIAN News paper, on Thursday, the 20th inst., at his residence in Castlereagh street, Sydney, aged 54 years, much and deservedly re- gretted by all who knew him.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 27 February 1845

fVÎNDSOà ROAD AND ENFIELD. É. LAMÍ WHITE, MAS received instructions from the Executors of the late MR. WIL LIAM CROSS, to SELL OY PUBLIC AUCTJON, at Mit. JOHN SHEARING'S, Sign¡of tue " Currency La<s." Bridge street Windsor, on SA I Ult DAY, the 8th day ol March, 1845, at lie o'clock, TWO VALUABLE ALLOTMENTS of LAND, situate in the Parish of St. Matthew, County of Cumberland, and described as Nos. 1 -and 48 on tba Plan exhibited at a Sale held ni iVindeor, by Mr. BLACKMAN, on the 3lst day of January 1842, and forming a portion of the Es tate so well known aa MARSUEN'S PAD DOCK. No. t-contains 4A. IR. ISP , with a frontage along the Windsor Road, leading from Wind sor to Parramatta. No. 18-contains 11A. IR. Sir., with a frontage io a reserved Hoad 3 rods wide, these AU loiments join the Estate vi F DEDOCK, Esq. and are also contiguous to the Lmdaof Messrs, John Wood. Stewart,Smith. Coffey, Seymour, and Curneen. _ TWO ALLOTMENTS <ituste in the VILLAGE OF líNFÍFLD,...

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TUESDAY, FEB 18—Before the same. NEW MAGISTRATE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 27 February 1845

TUES DAT, FEB 18-Before the «ame. NEW MAGISTRATE. J? John Hay, Esq. was duly sworn ina Magistrate of the Territory. Nathali e Dawson-This was ah action <if trover to recover certain''watches «nd <>t her property, alleged lo have been con- j verted by defendant to his own use. . It j appeared that the property lo question, in ', voiced at £85 liad been prigipally sold to d efendant, jbv Mr;. Wood, the agent of plain tiff, who resides in linglatid. Bills were given itt payment, and when atVmaturity, dishonored." The property'for which the «aid i>ilts'hàd'bè^n^'givèn/werè''Yèturneâ' to the agent, and subsequently handed over to defendant, to sell on account of plaintiff. Verdict,for pl flin tiff, damages £70. ,, Priest e. . Deane,-An action to recover £12 2s. 61, for work and labor done. In this case a special verdict was found to the following effect, viz :-That the plaintiff was engaged to work for defendant, tinder a certain agreement produced ; '(to wash...

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