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A Fine Dinner. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 6 March 1845

* if Sine Birnie*^ Jlseoon äs Mr. Turnbull was dresse lie went down into the d ra wingaroo; 'which was crowded with tables, load with every variety of ornamental article Now this is what my wife calls fashion hie. One might as well be steerii through an ice Doe. hs lo try to cóme an así^rJ^e^^jthoíítíunning foul something-, lt's kard a port ot hard starboard every minnie) and if yo ?coat-tail-Jibes,''away goes somelhin and whatever 'it is that smashes, M r T. always swears that it is the most VJ ballin a^rm^i10^ fc.fe that J never come in Jverç except wlic there's company. Indeed, Tm not a lowed, thank God. Sit on a chai Jacob, One of those spider-like Frene things ; for my wife won't allo w black as she calls them, to come to an anrlx upon her .sky-blue silk sofas. Ho stupid to l&ve furniture that one's nc to make use of I- Give me comfort but it appears thai's^not to be bougii for money. Six o'clock was «ow near at hand and Mrs.Turnbull entered the drawing room in full dre...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 6 March 1845

HAWKESBURY Subscription Races. AT a MEETING held at IVÎr. In gersoll's, «. 6ird-in-Hand Inri," U.cümond; Koa4, :^n SAllültDAy,, Ahè l8tb ¡St » ll H AWCÙJUH* B. Richmond, Road.^n WimNESi>AY,THUR$DA V, and Fill DAY:1 the Slid. 3rd and^*tb <l«vs of APRIL next, when the following PRIZES will ne -ran for. .. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 4. FIRST. P RIZ E.-TH E HAWKESBURY TOWN PLATE of seventy sovereigns, for Horace of «ii ages carrying weight for age. Heats, twice round the Course, Entrance £7 i Os. Three entrances or no race. The winner of ibis Prise to carry 7ib*. extra at the discre tion of the Stewards at any subsequent Race SECOND PRIZE. -THE MAIDEN PLATE of thirty sovereigns for horses of all . oses that have never won an advertised Prize exceeding £t« ; carrying weight Tor age Heats, oncb round. Entrance, three pounds Three entrances or no race. THIRD PRIZE-THE' DERBY STAKES of thirty sovereigns, for horses of all ages, carrying weigh, for age. Heats, twice round the Course. Eot...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 6 March 1845

THB following- is the eorrefjponâencf EDWARD SMITH HALL, Esq., referred it» the letter of FEATCCIS BBDDBK, EI vhich will be found in bur second pa LAUD AS AN EXPORT. <7o the Editors of tia Sydney Morning Hen CEWHEMEN,-1 iras told tbe other day that. «oura, ed by your journal, more iban one pei ^ whose Damps were mentioned) intended to bark their capital in rearing aad fattening | f ir tbe sake of the lard. 1 bave the fo'low observations to make for the guidance of s persons ;-. 1« The climate is arid. Tba seasons in respects are, most irregular: no twg years c .like. Hence thc cultivation of vegeten?t s, pi ticularly of turnips, on wMoii the agriculture England wow chiefly depends, is in IfflW Soi Wales a most uncertain crop. The same di) lity of ram may fall here es ip other parts of I world, hut.if so, it comes in floods, abd thé bei fits are amazingly reduced. Í. Ma:*e is a less uncertain crop ibaneilt ?potatoes, turnips, wheat, or barley ; because mty be planted every...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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Agriculture. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 6 March 1845

Agriculture. We have already called the attention c Dur Agricultural friends to the advantage vhich thny would probably derive from th cultivation of FLAX, and have given som general information respecting' its mode c ¿ulture ; we now propose to offer ina mor detailed form, such observations as w conceive will prove useful te those who fée disposed to turn their attention to this im portant branch of husbandry. We liave "before «tated that the month of March and April are considered th most genial portion of the yearfor sowipj Flax ia this Colony, but even if sown ii the first fortnight of, May, the crop woult in all probability be ready for harvest« be fore the weather became too hot to prov« njurioua. It is, however« time to set abon preparing the soil; for the more it i vorked, pulverised and cleansed, the more ikely is the object of the Farmer to hi realized. The ground should beat leas three times ploughed ; or, which is better once deeply trenched with the spade ; can being ta...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 13 March 1845

TA« ITA^KESDI'IIT Covnim:w¡Üpwi¿intt$i?p»,pub' . tithed eoe> y Thund>iy,inorfti^g^n Wiûdeor and ? I ttjchmond, and forwarded' io alt jprß'o'f'tju i Country. , . ' ? " '.! " ' Tin« lèrrai of SiinscntMrpw «rtr S* ; psr Qtarrler';' ' n«fi Su6îcrî6-Ti«dt resident in rfiftèr 0/ lift« oboe* tout« must pay in liicûnbè. 'the quarters tnd'icn : fit lust Thursdav in the monlht of - Aforen, -'fine, : september n»d De embers on which tfeuitmy-¿or . rtetiouttnthtfoVou-iig Moiday ¡canrtsignativtt be receive I, which mutt be]accom¡iuniídt>y.pqy. ment full monies flue. The ch rues fir APVFIITISEMEÎÎTS cr* : .For ike .first tnch 3s. ; a»rf foi- eeeri/ inch 0} » mee after, ut the rate ff ls foreath insertion \ a d th; num. ber ot' tim s t > be , vJhlithtd must be written on the fare ff the minus rivi, or the adv rthemntU mil ? b: matin tied title untttmanded ' A OH'tuhià ibe s must fail tie nm mut precious Ui tlie nisnüpn of < their udve.tiseiiienis iuh ch must be «rot brfore &...

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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 — 13 March 1845

» * .1 ?? ? : 1 » .-rt r.n ,':,. <(* AT THE POLICE OFFICE» GOULBURN. v I trpset price £5 \^tM^^%f6^9^Bt^t,:;i ''''[> : IV Argyle, 640 acr*si parish of Nan^gMtuY '

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From the Gazette. OCCUPATION LICENSES. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 13 March 1845

From the Gazette. OCCUPATION1 -LICENSED. At FWn o'cfoôlf of Thursday, tlin Suth dav of ¿Mardi «f*l, will tie put up to auction, at t(ie tereral placea named, the Licences lp ocujir ?mtier the Hegulntious '.pf 2lBt August,1841, '. the follow ins; portions of land, for une year from the 1st April, 1815. ? Funder informa.ion respecting the land may \ I» obtained "from tits Surveyor 'General, «od ' rfapfotin* tue uondrtiöns from the- Colonial ? l'caaturer. : c., \ l'TllfeÇOtONr4£rn£$^ ; Tie upset price ¿Í each jotV£5 farseo; jon i " j : ' " ' of 64'Vaèfèi; " ' J ' 1. Wellington', H O acres, parish unnamed, ai Meroo Oeek. 4" ' " ' .. ' ' j«. Wettingtdn, fi 10 aeres, psriBh unnamed, at berra's'Lake;- : 'i'''-- !. :\ .'>'».?....*.' \-$. Wellington, 8 JO acres,parish unnamed, at liarraV Lake. <:;i« ¡. ' 4. St Vincent, 1000 acras, parish unnamed, at MullenclarfB. 5. St, Vincent, 7n0 acres, pariah unnamed, . ojipos te lfie confluence of Nerrinujiga Creek With tba Shoalhaven (tiv...

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AT THE POLICE OFFICE, BATHURST. Upset price £5. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 13 March 1845

AT THÉ POLICE OfrfiSBi'ÖÄTHÜftST. . 1, Georgiana, nert*, paxUh utyppi¿t near Muùûi La won, Campbell Y Uiver.", ? :

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AT THE POLICE OFFICE, HARTLEY. Upset price, £5 p[?]t section of 640 acres. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 13 March 1845

>!r fHE'POÍ^CE vo^fibßr; HAIITPEVÍ ; Upset price, £3 pst potion of 640 acree, j i t,..Westmoreland, 6A0.acrét^arÍ8h unnamed, at the.Fish Hirer ..,...-^ ., about fi f e Miiles eoutli -west oF Alouot jiyerçng. n

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To a Flower. FOR THE [?]BURY[?]ER[?] [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 13 March 1845

-. 44£M1Í|SW^ -i '* * 1 Contd I traO|pI»ot <W lo»rfy lo«rVf -4nd frr«o* irHti it pty mild bash bowV, My joy «tionld be, . Toland il wïih slcnrer'S«aré, «ft ld foss the weed* tbut list tour near, Keep itt stem Tie«, I'd sbslter it from winter's storm, .. ïrèîn st miner's sar* 1*4 sereinlui form Irfttit should fule j . And if on ina ita beauty smiled, Still blooming awtat amidst tba wild, I'd be repaid. 'Hy iib fragrance it should fill tba air, 3ts colors frlotr nora bright dish e'er They did brfce Then come lone flow'rand-dwell with ms, j fiy a^»et companion thou shalt ba- "j We'll nart no nore. F. A. W. JUclimond, Marculi.

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

Latest English News« Her Majesty the Queen, Prince Albert« and all the Royal Family, were in good health. They we «on a visit to the Mar. qitis of Exter, at "Burghley, where the Koyal party arrived on the afternoon of Tuesday, the 14 b November, The Great Britain, steamer was expected to be floated out of the Cumberland B.tsin, Bristol, during the high tides of December, .after which it was confidently expected sha would proceed to sea. Tt will be recul* lected by the public that this is the Münster stemn i, which,after having been launched, could not be goftthrough the mouth of tba ba-in. The Journal des Débats bas published an article on the expediency of const tuet in* a railroad between Sues and Cairo. Tho French Government bad in consequence ! issued a manifesto, declaring that if such a measure were sanctioned, the cona merdai, j interests of all Europe would be sacrificed, nhiîe the construction of a canal would ba j applicable to ail commercial purposes, r ' Général Esparter...

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Sydney Shipping News ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 13 March 1845

Sydney Shipping He wa níatrh 4 '-The barque Louisa 387 tor»4 Corry,,.master, from a wlií|io^ .yoy«g»f wi'a 460 ba*rel» sperm oil.> Left Lpndon 15th. f October, 1843. . . ... - s. r March 4 -The ship l7¡/lrfÍad;C^4 tona,. Robertson', tnaSstér, from the Downs 2l*t Ó--tóberitbe Cape of Good Hop« the ¿27 ti P ceinber, and Norfolk Island the 24 b ultimo, with Government storV», SIG " ' ?', March 5-The steamer ifnitíani, 10$ .* tons^ parsons, master, from r Port AI^ÇO/IH ff.» th«itt!) instant, with 32 bales wool 2 500 feet cedar, &e. March 6 -The American ship Kingston, 312 rons, li'iis master, from the whaling; oroundsrwith 100 barrels; sp-rm and I Ot) brrrcls black oil. Left New Bedford, 14 & Septuttvber., 1844. .- - . March (j.-The schooner. darenae, £?> tons, Jacks, master, fruin ¡Pott. Albert'tiç* 21ih u!ti«iot>i»h .wool Bnd baric. . ?" M^rrh 6-The schooner ßdw«ri, 87. tons, Truscott, master, fiom Boyd*Tow:i, Twofold B«y.the 27tb ultimo, with WOOL M irch&...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 13 March 1845

Wiaililvat^ Ht 3Q tön»* 4 two yftr^ld^äl^iiMit'^thr«»«1 j,irar«ld Ho ; I stock H<»r*e ; 1 W*g>ôn 4 I Jiolleji Xi Pjg» í 3 «torik«. «f IIB«* ;»jn<»n* tity of ripe Oran gie* .« I ot of Kttijhen;üt*n-. *îl», cojisi<t|ug of¿3^^¿áí||?»jcppper, fju»i|ajUi, iron pots.»^Ä^ii^WtW'^tiBKV plat« warmer, Sic., also, tbe Uoült áebiá TV roi* Ci«Kl ! Arid «io SatJifday| th« 1 Stb. at the While I Hart lon, Windsor, at 1*2 o'clock;*-Pour Ploughs. Terms Casu. WINDSOR General Dispensai^, FOR THE POOR ONtV. SUB*CJIIBER3 to the «bote Cha ril able; institution, are req tested .M\%*\- the»>fm»u>«» of ib"ir Su'>iorip ions to Or. Keil or A. Ci. Patron, Ksq.. TrewsM"" ; «s il» mended io open The Institution imm äutclp t ickers n ip be issued to the ditTe.ô-l .Sub scribers the beginning of ne«t week. ? ?. To be Sold BY Private Contract, on Liberal Terms, Twenty Acres of Land al Kr .-ma i's i«é oh, j .iiiint; Mrs. Iin!il* na estate, now m ilie I'-u rncy nf Mr. Th inn...

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A Fine Dinner. [CONCLUDED.] [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 13 March 1845

A Fine Dinner. [CONCLUDED.] TJiNKtB was announced. Madame tag liabue, upon what pretence I know not, was considered the first lady tn the Toom.andLord Babbleton was requested by Mrs. Turnbull to band lier down. Madame rose, took his lordship's hand, I «nd led bim away. Before they were out of ihe room, bis lordship had dis appeared among the ample folds of Mti ?dame's gown, and was seen no more until she pulled bim out on their arrival ul the dinner-table. At last we were all arranged' according to Mrs. Turn 'bull's wishes, al «bo ugh there were seve ?ral chops and changes about, until tbe order of precedence could be correctly 'observed. À French cook had been sent 'for by Mrs. Turnbull, and not being mis tress of the language, she had a card -with the names of the dishes to refresh lier memory. Mr. Mortimer having in formed ber that such was the custom among great people, who not ordering their own dinners, of course could not 'tell what there was to eat. Mrs. Turnbull* what «oup4...

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[?]WKESBURY COURIER. [?]HURSDAY, MARCH 13, 1845. AGRICULTURAL Associations. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 13 March 1845

HURSDAY, MARCH 13, 1845 LSSO ciatlo lis. !ninia we have frequently on foran ons strenuously advocated the gre tance of Agricultar.tl Associations ig to the advancement and diffusio fol knowledge with regard to the 8 branches and departments of Hu f, we cannot TeTraln from again T g to the subject, and ia so doing mention to the Speech «f Ban y at the annual meeting of the I 1 Agricultural . Association, whu jlace on the 23rd October last, \ ed in the " TIMBS," which reno irfijflly copied into our last Numbi s continued, in the present. V forbear any Ternaries on the Spew which is so clear and «on^prehensii requires no comment ; and servi nt out, in a forcible manner, tht we have often, hitherto perhaj , endeavoured to impress on th of (hose whose interests are mate concerned in our'obsiîrvations. should be borne in mind, that th »ossewion of land without occupanc boar can neither add to tho pros of the individual, nor to the ad nent of the community ;-that weáltl ot depend on the -q...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 13 March 1845

IIAWkiSBlRY COlifilÉfc" GENERAL PRINTING ÖFFtck, mm,ïw§m '.stt&aaîïF;'" LpTlilt.Ullíi&S PRINTING of-., every, description performed wjtU. . neatness and dispatch, at moderate pities, j August 8, 1644._' " " . JUbT PUBLISHED, and on sale at . UJfice, of ** TUB UAWKSSOOBT COURIER," W A HO'S LETTERS ON THE VINE, By IVé Macarthur, Esq., J P., Camien* PRICE ts.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 13 March 1845

Birth. STATHAM, Mrs. Edwyn Henry, of a Son, Arnold Grove, Parramatta, on Wednes-   day, the 5th instant.                        

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Peruvian Sheep. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 13 March 1845

Peruvian Sheep« TUB following; communication from Alexander ¡Gartthore Stirling, Etti., ol Craigbarnet, Len'noxtown, in GIa*go v, on the naturalization of the Alpaca into Scotland, appears in Blackwood i Journal of Agriculture : *' Hsvine gone to Liverpool, f en deavoured to get one of the captains of the ships who trade to South America to bring a couple of these Peruvian sheep. Accor dingly, a venture vms undertaken, and ] prniniaed io give £lQ or guineas for a mal« and female. The captain succeeded in bringing titre« hom«,, mu they turned ou: ta be all females. Of course tiley did not ..nit. However, a friend procured n pair for me, from the Eui of Derby'* stock, (p ice £40.) which 1 accepted of. They were forwarded hy on« of tho Liverpool steamers to the Brootnielaw at Glasgow, and arrived at Craigbarnet quite safe from thence. Tiley were conveyed out hither in a covered ort-distance 12miles. They were immediately pvt into the sheep park amongst the other sheep, which at first w...

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LIVERPOOL AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATION. (From the Times.) [CONTINUDED FROM OUR LAST.] [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 13 March 1845

LIVERPOOL AGRICULTURAL ( ASSOCIATION. - i {From the Time».) | fcONTINODED FROM OUR LA.ST.] j I think iría " not more trian four or five years ago, that at a meeting ot the Rojal Agriailiural Society of lins laud ï . fiist tiuticed a novelty ol a singular character. n¡ new en un n re known aa enano, and reroni mended it to the agriculturists of England. ?(Hear.'tiear, and a laugh ) If 14nt not mi« informed, from this simple port of Liver ' pool theie have gone ont withiu this single year no lèss th;i.n one hundred and fifty measeis' i1i;«rtered'expressly for the purpo^v of importing, this unknown manure for the .improvement -of jhe . agticnlture of the country (hear henr^. ft is not alone,-how ever, i iV m at ter* like this that, wa mee »fi«*-. «sefu)ness of, thosej soctetfe^. i ; |ook for much more extended and, perm iqent bri ^roveftent%f H*j$l;s' njperafabW iîvery' , where ! see^ptd tisel^ : ^6 "lils enlarging. Improved modes of culti THtiort adopted ;, and f *ee going bli With \ ...

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V[?] [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 13 March 1845

paper sny»-rti»íit lranáóndt;ntBjt8my ta llie spiritual cpgaOBcepce of .psyeolpgfcajf irrefragîbjlity, connected with oonejileot, pdapiaiion of éticolumwlent spirituality and ethertdisedconienlion of subsultory concretion^ * . * A JACKWOOD JUDGE'S CHARO ff;-j Muffler, gentlemen, is ,wbere a" man is murderously killêâ!.' Tlie killer íñ snell la case is a mnidérçr, Mdrdef by pohou is as much murder os, murder willi ,a gun. It is «be murdering which consti tutes murder in the eye of the law. You will bear in mind that murder is one thing and manslaughter another ; therefore, if it is not manslaughter ii must be murder. Self-murder has no thing to do willi this case. One man cannot commit felo-de-se on another ; that is clearly my view. Gentlemen, 1 think you can have no difficulty. Mur der I say is murder. The murder of a father is called fratricide ; but it is not fratricide if a man murdeis his mother. You will make up your minds. You know what il is, and ¡need not tell yon what"it i...

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