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Sydney Shipping News ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 27 February 1845

Sydney Shipping Ne ws ARUiVm S Feb. 19-The schooner John and Char' /o(ie,93 tons. Paterson, master, from Port Albert the 14th instant-with wool, and bark, Feb. l9.-^The steamer Maitland, 103.. tons, Parsons, master, from Port Macquarie the I8th instant--with wool, &c. ~ Feb. 20.-The ship Tigress, 195 tons. Bury, master, from a whaling voyage, with 900 barrels sperm oil Feb 22- The barque Qlarkstone, 224 tons, Stewart, master, from a whaling voyage-with 1100 barrels sperm oil. Shs left Sydney 13th Sept. 1843. Feb. 22-Th« steamer William the Fourth, 53ton8, Wiseman, master, from the Clarence River-with wool, &c. SAILED. Feb. 19.-The hat que Rose, Creighton, master, for the South ¿eas-with wool and ' .oil.' . ' Feb. 19.-The schooner Munford, Orr, roaster, from Singaporer-^with sundries. Feb. 19.-The schooner Phçeùe, Bennett, master, for Hobart Town-with sundries. Feb. 19.-The schooner Martita and Elizabeth, Devlin, master; for Port Phillip -with sundries. Feb. 19;-The S...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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Late English News. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 27 February 1845

Late English News. SHIPS OF.WAR BUILDING.-.The fol lowing is the official list of the ships of war thal are being built at the different Royal dockyards on the 1st of October, 1844. Many of them are in a very ad» van ced state, and will be launched in the ensuing spring, as a number of arti. zana are busily ut work in the varioui arsenals in completing: them with all expedition ;--** At Chatham.- The Active, 36 guns ; Arab, 16; Bulldog:, sloop-steamer ; Calypso, 20 ¡Challenge, 18; Chesapeake, 36 : Coquette, 20 j Crescy, 80; Despatch, 16 j Elk, 16; Heron, 16; Irresistible, 80 ; Kangaroo, 16; Majestic, 80 ; Mars,80 ; Hah-igh, 50 ; anJ So vern, 50 gun-*.-At Dep* ford.-The Spitfire, steam vessel. Al Devonport.-The Aboukir, 90 guns ; Amethyst, 26 ; Avenger, steam frigate ; Creole, 2G ; ixmouth, 90 ; Flora. 36 ; Liffey, 50 ; Niobe, 26 ; tit. Jean d'Acre, 90 ; 'Sans Pareil, 84 ; and Thetis,.3r1 guns. At Ambroke.-The Algiers, 90 guns; Arethusa* 50 ; Atalanta, 16; Britomart, 10; Brunswick,80...

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Original Correspondence. To the Editor of the Hawkesbury Courier [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 27 February 1845

Original CorreBpoadeace. To Oie Editor of Ute, /faw/resWy Courier Sta-Infyour paper of the »3rd ult., yi recommend the «rett'er« to construct siloes i ?the reception and preservion of their surpl ..graia. lt i» supposed that two-thirds of t! ^cultivators of land in this and tb« turroundii -districtsare tenants, ih-»i is, paving a deary rem ?¿nd they find it very difficult to make both en< meet. And bow is it possible, -ir, at the prese ruiuouB low price of agricultural produce, ar no risible prospect of any an>en<lraent, thal ihm 4>tople can afford to construct ashes. Win their crop ia off, in nine cases out of ten. tr landlord instantly demand« bis rent ; and i «ase of default ort ilia part of th« tenant, tie pronounced to be insane, and incapable of bair trusted io tranaaot bis own business without keeper; and without further ceremony this ui welcome intruder ia forced on tbe family, rh -4wet"©f-"the -*ns1tlfl«"lB,-iîiB «entera "in ^ëhert have no other ...

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"HAWKESBURY COURIER." THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1845. Communication Between Sydney & the Hawkesbury District. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 27 February 1845

4 * ''J4Säi 1 Communication Between Sydney & the Hawkesbury District. 0>'B of the principal features in the pro gress of the improvement of every country, is the formation of Roads and the con struction of Bridges, so as''to. give every facility to its commercial transactions, by uffording an easy mode of communication between its several internal'localities 'J'he Road by winch access to the capital is to be obtained from this district, is and has been for some âme past in a state which we have often pointed out, that it is scarcely neces sary to advert to it on the present occasion, «except for the purpose of remarking, that so long as it remains unattended to hy the ?Government-whilst at the same time heavy Toll is demanded and taken-so long have ?persons trading between Sydney and this »district a right to complain of gross ne glect, if not of injustice. it cannot be denied, that an efficient mode of communication between Sydney ?and the several coimitVy districts, is ...

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

HAWKESBURY Subscription Races. AT a M BUTING held at Mr. Hijr gerson's, *' lîird-io-ITand Inn," Richmond Road, on SMUHDAY, (be in-h January, ifli.i, it wis Rjreed that SljJisCRlP I ION R shoud hebel'at the W/NI) S Ut HACK COU ft E «<iotioion<» lt ad. on WEDNESDAY,THURSDAY.and FRIDAY the ind. 3<<i ami 4th days of APRIL ti^xl, when the following PHIZES trill be run for. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 2. Fl RST P III Z E-THE HAWKESBURY TOWN PLATE of seventy sovereigns, for Hora-s of HII uses currying weight for age. Hems, twice mund the Course Kn Tree £1 n's Three en nuire* or no race. The winner of this f'rize to carry 7lb«. *-rtra at the diKcre tiOD ff tho Stewards at any subsequent Ruce. ShCOND PRIZE.- THE MAIDEN PLATE of thirty sovereigns fur. horses of all ayes that Lave never won HU advertised Prize exceeding £l'» ; carrying weight for age Heats, ono round. Entrance, three pounds Three eutrinces or no race. Titi HU PRIZE-THE DE RP. Y STAKES of thirty...

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

Varieties. THE ORIGIN OF TEETOTALISM. " The institute of teetotalism, like the epic of blind Homer, and other great works, arose from a very small begin ning. An old Scotchman, terribly ad dicted to collecting mountain dew, and depositing it in its usual receptacle,was tempted, by ' an eloquent and impres sive speech ' at a meeting of the Tem perance Society - to enrol his name among the abstemious fraternity. For six months he successfully waged war with the subtle spirit, making amends by copious ale and Dublin stout liba tions for his abstinence from whiskey. One night, having absorbed more than the usual quantity of heavy wet, he was passing through the turnpike-gate, not altogether in a rectilinear direction ; ' Thomas ' exclaimed the toll-keeper, who was also a whiskey seller, ' will ye no tak a gill wi' your old neebor the night ?' ' I hae joined,' was the magnanimous reply, ' Joined '! said the toll-man, ' that's no to gar ye gie up freenship, an auld lang syne. Thae tempera...

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From the Gazette. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. PROCLAMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 27 February 1845

From the Gazette. ' LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. PROCLAMAITON,       By his Excellency Sir George Gipps, Knight, Captain General and Governor in-Chief of the Territory of New South Wale's'and its Dependencies-and «Vice Admiral of the same, &c. &c. Whereas th** Législative Council of this Colony stands prorogued to Tuesday the,. 4th day of March next ; and it'is expedient further to prorogue the same j^Now.therW ¿fore, I, Sir t&orge ÍJ¡ppvGoverriór"óF4bev ^Colony of New Soutbi Walesa doyhereby order and praclaim that the.-satd Legisla», tiye Council shall be, and hereby ,is further I prorogued to Tuesday, the 15th day of April next. Given under my Hand end Seál, at Government House, Sydney, this 20th day of February, in the year one thousand eight hundred and forty five, and in the eighth year of her Majesty's deign. s GEORGE GIPPS. EIGHTY POUNDS REWARD OR A CONDI TIONAL PARDON.-Whereas it has been re presented to the Government ...

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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 — 6 March 1845

AT THE POLICE OFFICE, GOULBURN. Upset price £5 per section of 640 acres. 1. Argyle, 640 sores, parish of Narrangarril. 2. A rgyIe, 610 acreB, parish M lailo, at ratio«

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From the Gazette. OCCUPATION LICENSES. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 6 March 1845

Prom tke ?kfczette» OCCUPATION LICENSE«. At Eieren o'clock of Thursdays th» 50tb dav of March sect, will be put up to nuoiion, et the several placea named, tue Licenses to oe 3ti pf ; under the Regulations of Slat August, 1841, tbe followinft portions of land, for one year from ; the 1st April, 1845. r Farther information respecting the land may be obtained-from the Surveyor General, .and respecting . the conditions from the Colonist Treasurer. AT THE COLONIAL TREASURY.SYDNEY ? I The upset price of each lotis £5 per seotion - i of 64) acres» . ? -. j ., 1» Wellington, iluO acres, parish unnamed» at Meroo Creek. t. Wellington, 6*0 acres, parish unnamed, et LarraVLake. ' S. Wellington, 80Ô acres, parish unnamed, at Larra'* Lake. ¡ 4. St, Vinoont, 1000 ' acres, parish' unnamed, . at Mullendaree. ' : \ 5. St. Vincent, 700 acm; parish unnamed, opposite the confluence of Nerriounga Creek with tbe Shoalhaven Uiver. ; 6. St»-Vincent, 640 sores, parish unnamed, at Kosten. 7^ Phillip, 640 aer...

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AT THE POLICE OFFICE, BATHURST. Upset price £5. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 6 March 1845

AT THE POLICE OFFICE, BATHURST. Upset price £5. 1, Georgiana, 640 acres, parish unnamed, near Mount Lawson, Campbell's Uiver. WINDSOR '.-Printed and Published by G. A. Eagar, at the Office of THB HAWKESBURY COURIER, Eridge street^ MARCH 6, 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 — 6 March 1845

AT THE POLICE OFFICE, HARTLEY. [ Upset price, £5 per section of. 640 acres. 1. Westmoreland, 640 acres, parish unnamed, at the Fish River 2. Georgiana, 6-10 Bores,; parish unnamed,, about five mites south-west of Mount Werong.

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To Independence. FOR THE HAWKESBURY COURIER. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 6 March 1845

Tí »r» y ocken *iibcHit gold WIM»«, WJwfviib^ t C|o d«plieii/eej tbe îi«ngTf inibd/ Catt é*1o aarfIriiî friendehip «od, Will drew s eigle «rempart, . OfROldgirppleííttretotbe hfariî A »ar »iib ali ibe sordid dross. Tbs greatest gain i«jptheir.losa. ' Gire ne an independent state; - rV'i^l'en^J^^c^ebrior^lMC" T f; " v But let them all their g«nds poseen,' "*"*" Content wafered and happiness. ~Wer« I to CIIOOBS à bambie «ot, We^.sfcpi^d/WitU.bpolii etonjd be my lot, - A (fr^en nf'atíy fenc'd airoyntl. J "With mt own bppds I'd till «he ground, ' lieBr 4t'should; flow a bubbling epring, »om wliicb my sober draft I'd bring. \ £nougb of weal tb to serveeaeb day, ^ndi^eep tbe^jwctte w.ap£ away, I'ff asV fdr none iii board io lie; And tempt the midnight ylund'rer's eye. Then could a femnje form be fpupij, ; . "Who'd willing quit tbe world's gay sound, .And join in a secluded life. The sweet companion with the wife ; Wy cottage theo would seem more light, , . - My garden loo would bloom more...

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Supreme Court. SITTINGS IN NISI PRIUS. MONDAY, FEB. 24. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 6 March 1845

Supreme Court. SITTINGS IN NISI FR1LK MONDAIT, FEB. 24. Before his Honor Mr. Justice Dickinson «nd a Jury of four. "?>>.-. Brown v. Single.-Record in this matter 'withdrawn. ' Bradley'*? Jamison.-This was an action brought by the plaintiff, James Bradley, against the défendant. Jane Mary Jamison, *s executrix of the last will and testament ?of the late Sir John Jamison, deceased, to recover the amount of £36 3s 61. being ?for three quarters board and instruction,, with extras>jupitK15ib JannartiLlßäa^*«! - .one Thomas Jamison or Kaius. Vl'he de fendant pleaded that she was not indebted beyond the sum of £12 IQs. which had .been petd into Court,. Mr. Windeyer appeared for the plaintiff, and Mr. Darvall for the defence. Evidence for the plaintiff went to show, that the youth, Thomas Jamison or Kains, was placed under the plaintiff s care by the late Sk John Jamison, in 1837, and that a .cheque was giren for paymeat on account of the lad's hoard and' tuition so late as April l...

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LIVERPOOL AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATION. (From the Times.) Liverpool, Oct. 23, Wednesday morning. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 6 March 1845

LIVERPOOL AGRICULTURAL j ASSOCIATION." (Frotó the Times.) j Liverpool, Oct. 23, Wednesday morning, j YESTERDAY the annual meeting of the Li» j verpool Agricultural Association took place, and some considerable interest was mani tested in consequence of its having been. publicly announced that Baron Stanley, of Bickerstaffe, the new peer.and'chairman of the association, would positively take the chair at the dinner. The show of stock, which WBS exceedingly good, took place in Roscommon-street, in the daytime, and in the evening the members sat down to dinner in the large room-Lucas's Re pository. Upwards of 350 persons, con sisting of landed proprietors and farmers, assembled on the occasion. Lord Stanley, on entering the repository, accompanied by the Earl of Sefton, the Mayor of Liverpool, Mr. Robertson Gladstone {brother of the President of the Board of Trade), Lord j Lilford, M P., and a number of other in j fluential gentlemen, was greeted with the most enthusiastic cheers. The ...

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

\r :. To BE SOLD B Y P Ü BLI G A UCTI O N, AT the' Court-House, WINDSOR, on FRIDAY (to-morrow,) ihe 7th M ARCH instant, at 1 o'clock, the un. dermentioncd articles : Stills Still Heads Worms and Boiler A number of Casks And other Utensils* j ALSO, A Saddle. G. SHIRLEY, Inspector of Distilleries, Windsor. Court-House, Windsor, 5th March, 1845. WINDSOR ROAD AND ENFIELD. P. LABÏ WM, TX AS received instructions - from the LIAM CROSS; to S EL LTB Y^PUiiLTF AUCl'lON, «t MU. JOHN Ml BAKING'S, signoftbe " Currency La»a." Uridge street VVintlsot, on SAI URDAY. the 8tb day of March 1845. at 14 o'clock, TWO VALUABLE ALLOTMENTS of LAND, situate in the Parish of St. Matthew, County of Cumhprlgnd, and described as Nos. I and 18 on ¡the Plan exhibited at a Sale b«>1d ar Windsor, by Mr. BLACKMAN, on tbs Slst day of January. 1842, and forming a portion of tim EB tate sn well known as AIARSDEN'S PAD DOCK. No. 1-contains 4A. IR. 15P , withe frontage elong the Windsor Road, leading from Wind sor to ...

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"HAWKESBURY COURIER." THURSDAY, MARCH 6, 1845. NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 6 March 1845

NQTIGB** TO CmamPOi^EN^ M A SUBSCRIBER'S** cbmminiaaioh is under confàer&roiï^ W mU any promise af giving it publicity, the subject xn witirn At treats nat being j deemed êy us of sufficient public import' \ Añcém^^m :. ¿«tr ^rjfaßl^MiUiiJS^ii^ favors us with a commumcaficn toe hope \ the letter cotitainingituiiU oe pre-paid JU j

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 6 March 1845

Death.   JOHNSTON, Frances Jane North, daughter of Robert Johnston, Esq. Solicitor, of Court street, Windsor, of hooping-cough, on Tuesday, 28th Feb., aged two years.

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Original Correspondence. To the Editor of the Hawkesbury Courier [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 6 March 1845

m ginal Correspondence. ï I " . « ,? To the Editor of the Hawkesbury Courier SIR,-lam induced to solicit tba inser tionin the columns of your paper of two Letters of Mr. E S. HALL,, which appeared in the " Sydney Morning Herald" newspa per of the 8ih and 18th of the last month, .on the subject of" Rearing, feeding, and, fattening of Pigs, and the production of Lard." The utility nf thé suggestions con. «eyed in those Letters, and the earnest de sire at all times of their Author to forward the interests of the Settlers of this Colony, now, alas, suffering under sad depression, 1 trust will be my best apology to your readers for asking you to publish for the be nefit of the Inhabitants of the District of the Hawkesbury, a correspondence replete with information on the subject above-men tioned, and with suggestions generally connected with the Agricultural interests of the Colonists. In the absence of stich useful Societies as those instituted and en couraged in the Mother Country, I k...

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

Sydney Shipping News ARRIVED.- ; Feb. 25 -The barque Bright Plan¿ X 187 tons, Kyle, master, from-a whaling vovage-with 30Ö barrels sperm »il. Left Sydney,20th March, Í844 feb. 25.-The steamer Sovereign, 110 tons, Gape, master, from Moreton Bay with wool. &c. Feb. 26.-The steamer Maitland, 103 tons, Parsons, master, from Port Macquarie the 25;h instant--with wool-and cedaï. t Feb 27-The schooner Waterlily, 152 . . tons, Hayle, master, fromHobart Town the 2lst inst.-with sundries. Feb. 27.-The barque Rose, 421 tons, (of t ;J Halifax. Nova Scotia,) Creighton, master, from the whaling grounds-with sperm oil. ""' feb, 27.-The schooner Vipen, 45 tops, ii Winter, master, from Auckland the 3rd and ., the Great Barrier the 7th inst-with cocoa" nut oil, &c ? ?-, ..' Feb. 28 -The barque^Woodlark 248. - 'tons, Smith, master, from a whaling Voyage) *\. -with 1,150 barrels sperm'oil. Left1 Syd« ney 23rd Sept. 1843. " < March I -The schooner, Her oin e. . 130 ¡ tons, McK...

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

Varieties. DIAMOND CUT DIAMOND.-When every shopkeeper had a sign hanging bot before his door^ a dealer in snuff and tobacco, on Fish-street-hill, carried on a large trade, especially in tobacco ; for his shop was .-greatly frequented by sailors from the ships in the river. In rhe course of time, 3 person of the name of Farr opened a shop nearly opposite, and hung out his sign, inscribed, *' The best tobacco, by Farr.*' This attracted «he Attention of the sailors, who left the old shop to buy the best tobacco, by ,-far.?' ' The old shopkeeper, observing ' th at li is opponent obtained much custom by his sign, had a new one put up at his door; inscribed, M Far better to bacco than the best tobacco by Farr." This had its effect ; his trade relumed, and finally Iiis opponent was obliged to give up business. Far west there is a man so fat, that the inhabitants grease their cart-wheels with his shadow. " Yotp don't pass here** as the counter, said to lite bad. shilling. A New ; York ; jou...

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