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Van Diemen's Land. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 13 March 1845

Van Diemen's Land. His F.xcelleney opened the Council by .reading his address, pf winch we can only give the substance. He stacd lie had called them together in order lp ob tain their advice and assistance ns to the course lo be adopted lo meet the deliciency in lite revenue. .The princi ple cause of this deficiency was the de! crease in the laud dmd, which had been falling gradually oiF, for the last three years. He stated his opinion that, the depression was likely lo be only lem lt was no part of insintention to tax pWduStÄ tíPüm mémc tje pró'pbsfd fd fcftdivlttijice VíMll*$¿irr ^increasing; ilúittd ¡¡úahtvwü ufo&m'M'* ¿I ; 'Excellency observed-measures were ia 0^mmn tíF* reprellÚMÍ: Smkiiom J>A f bUÍ woüW^^>B iaMobn "íliei table'foik pair pore charges excent pilotage* . He ' Would bei rñadflí' |^ |gf greater adv*n-î Ugfes to the; <10lo^s^nv^he:;»i>Í4iof :4 Wt 'preíiS3ínft>_y%íí^|?fli©bt with thi dommeriiai Bank Îpold beaùbintttéd a}so wished, them ...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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Lard as an Export. Correspondence of E. S. Hall, Esq., (CONTINUED FROM OUR LAST.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 13 March 1845

Lard as an Export. -^Correspondence of JE; S. Hall, Eeq.t (CONTINUED vnov OUTLAST.) Si. It is supposed tliat pigs sent out in n large herd to feed in lagoona br tho forest, pay for tie etpeiise ol' «Le swine herd. It would be well to consider b<iw far ibe «food irhicli twine gather tili« wny in a day, ia equal to tlie expense of lîjcir keeper... The açorn8^f^ài?l3^(^^f|Bjfi supply o great deal of wholesome food for grow ing pigs in the proper season; Biit it may be n i-rjueation in thisoountry whether the swine-' berd'a keep and wages would not buy or raise moreTood'than what »to beçaibèred ¡ti our Iii goons, ¿cc. Tbe grass mown' from a field ol ' lucerne, would perhaps be tnoró nourishing than nil that can be ga'hered in an Australian lagoon or forp6t, uni ss the forest be rery rich land, : and ttayeraed^v;n chain of pofifa,. Jf felpan. tieg lt .pt tilling, manuring, mowing, f»nd CBrry,ing-tl;e gras« of a field of lucerne to the nig'ynrd, wttuhl: in the course of o year,...

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

TERMS. Th> HAWKESBURY COURIER will continue to be pub lished every Thursday morning, in Windier and Richmond, and forwarded to ail parti of tht Country, The terms of SimscnirrioN are jit per Quarter j and Subscribers not resident in euher of the abott towns, must pay in advance. The quarters end on the last Thursday in the months pf March, June, September und De. ember, on which days on 'y or precious to the following Monday can resignatims be receive/!, which must be accom¡iuni,d by pay* ment rf all monies due. The charges fur ADVERTISEMENTS are: For tko first inch 3t. ; and for every inch of space after, ut the rate of ls for each insertion ; a<d the num. ber of lim-s to be ].nblishtd must be written o» the face rf the manuscript, or the advertisements viii be continued title untermanded. Non-subset ibe s must fay the amount previous to the insertion of their advertisements. wh'di must be sent before twelve o'clock niton, on Wednesday, and o>ders te withdraw, not ...

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To Flora. FOR THE "HAWKESBURY COURIER," [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 20 March 1845

And that h*r heeltb decays, 'K¿|áf. ; r¿ Ohl bi^^rM^ for b^ter bop^i I t :íVybow^a»^ b^|»^|ypB,|p herf;,,<.. . ¡..i? n .H^-8^rit^i|gert,hete.'; s . .. ^ AVhat charm would this dull world possess, Weré-nóriíosttbéjéí Earth's gayest scene a wilderness, « To me would seein to hé. For her the salt salt tear would flow, Though Joy «night round me leap. Joy then again ! ne'er could know, For still any. heart would weep. And I would sit at still midnight, " And gaze Upon the akyi;, And as I viewed its*genîs%o bright, My thoughts should thither fly. My fancy then should paint her ¿harms, Amongst the «pirita blest, Andas I drew thëir beauteous forms, I'd still draw hers the best. Then each.should view my Flora fair, As first of all their train, And when my vision turn d to air, I'd dream it o'er aera in.: ? F. A. W. Richmond, March 19.

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Varieties. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 20 March 1845

Varieties. A bed is a bundle of paradoxes ; we go to it with reluctance, yet we quit it with regrèt ; and we make up our mind every night to leave it early, but we make-up our bodies every morning to keep it late. It is slated that at Havre, in France, there is a man who having had the mis fortune to lose his proper nose, has had' the rump of a living fowl skilfully sub* : stituted, and with so much success ¿hat the patient has nothing to do hut pluck the feathers from his nose ! Roast beef cut into small, slices, and eaten, is said to be an excellent remedy for hunger. It is said that the magnetic power of a compass-needle will be entirely des troyed or changed, by being touched with ihe juice of an onion. A builder et Taunton, having some ground to let, has stuck upa board with the following ;-"This good and de. sirable land to be letona lease one hundred yards long." " Knowledge is power," as (he man said when he knocked his neighbour down with a volume of thé Penny Magazine. .**...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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Original Correspondence. To the Editor of the Hawkesbury Courier. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 20 March 1845

¡To '^'1É^r)f'Í^tí^Ue$lwy-. 'Courter, j , Si'B,r-Ibave'oftea-thpught whenipdul "j ging, io my weekly perusal of your valuable j * QSSZS^!^^1^L JsIÜá'rBJBLthé' hebjh of gratitude lor the able and persevering .manner in which you have Advocated Iheir interest; in roy.present «ommynicatiqn, Ï 'beg to allude inore¡ particnlarly ^o the/fre- \ 3de ney'of your'remarks upon the dilapi atcd and dangerous condition of the roads and bridges, .The first consideration ! ofa settler, after providing himsielf with e piece^of ptpdnctive land, must be to secure j the meanSf of transit o| the produce of,th at land to market,.and' by " the attention you have paid to the státé Ofthe roads^ you have evinced an anxiety for the settlers welfare in a very important particular The settlers of this district have, t believe, the/one .general complaint bf bad roads» but there is one portion of it, which in addition to the badness of tracks, to which it Would be a degredation to apply the term of roads, has yet...

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[?]'s [?] in[?] [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 20 March 1845

1; copy rarviPSfllbemiBwittt f Sif DeWsW-TJ^ofl^i^ltmSif. inç thjs shortly for Jiyijoey, affords nie ari opportunity * of commuhjc^ti|i|[ with you paTsageoT tnirteen weeks, on the 29th of 'November, with 73 horses. Our passage ivas very finp, but the heat tírcadfuí.* Of the »limber of deaths during the passage« two bare been with your horses { Dandy of inflammation of the Jim gi, jon the 28th October % Holker of itiflimráátion of tba bowels on the Bth ^Tovember¿ ; ? The remainder .appear in excellent health and condition ; and 1 have the pleasure of reporting to you, that the whole number of horses3 are landed in a better state thin those by the " William Metcalf," which were only niue weeks, on the passage; and were landed in most wrenched condition. Ido not vyish you to be loo'sanguine, but there appears a great demand for these horses, and they have been expected and talked of three months before our arrival, and I hope they may go off well. Auction sales appear the best and most...

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Latest English News. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 20 March 1845

later peirs from,«»gland 4ha%" iU& w*ich ^^W^^î Í ,( - *w4t4*%<t *nnpnocej; the^prp*. - wi#4i*mp4e)liag*U* theM|nisjry^ ^£ 3«jrsí..Lord, of. the Admlraljtv,, «lié, jïàirï $ Haddington, tho President pf the Bpard of Controui, the Earl óf Riponvahd ithh Post^ master-GeneTaV, the Earl of Westmoreland, . have expressed their désire to retire from;, their hiijh offices. -Lord Stanley, it is rn moored, is, likely to succeed ibo Earl pf Ripon «nd Mr. (jladstone tp pass, from the Presidency of the, Board ípf .Trfíde..ío *her Colonies. The Earl ÓT Dalhousie, Vice president of the Board of: Control, tb be President^ and IMr. Caldwell, member for dlitheroe, to fill up the vacancy. Lord Ellenborough to be first Lord of the Ad miralty. . Symptoms of ^be &pproachuig*sessiort of Parliament appear in the first meeting-of the Cabinet Council for the season, on the 19th fiovember. On the 19th November, Consols were 1O0I to 109 a. -

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An Odd Dog. (From Bentley's Miscellany for July) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 20 March 1845

An Odd Dog. y "' BY 0E0a<3B 60Aff£, B. A. f From Bentley's Miscellany Jot Ju\y ) \ He was an odd dog-a very «dc dog ! He had four leg», and a handsome tail 40 boot» fctHI, common as arc these appendages, , lie was an odd dog end .but for his extreme fidelity, migln almost have parsed foi- a hun\an beipg Captain was m è^ery sense of the word an. odd fdogi fee »as a character,-not, perhaps* a very amiable one,-but still e character, and of so marked a kind that it wa« impossible not to take an in terest in him. Such was the'Companion with whom I set out on a short excursion through the Peninsula, about -two months aftei the time when the allies had for the .»ccond time «ni«r«cl Parió for -Oto pur pose of binding over . the French people to keep the Ring's peace, or rather thc peace of all the Kings and Kaisers of Europe. Scarcely had we set ourselves down in the Spanish capital, than adventurers, as .usual, began to throng upon us, the exquisite forms, and dark flashing eye...

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LIVERPOOL AGRICULTURAL ASS[?] (R[?]m the Tim[?]) [CONCLUDED FROM OUR LAST.] [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 20 March 1845

hpjpng langs yffleßtiM? »imk*,; Ijftm&l ih%é%èsfn» aha no M^^¿muxm0m^mtiik^ei that Iberers not^fà M âtfçjfc =tfr ¿«tftfcei? 1¡rod j lord, orisv.nrarin^ ^íj99l^<^%i^lÍim * ÍP/« WW* tweed on .W^lW^R.jP^ pjfSeftpn.(M^ph ap p|ause~rthe noble, ^arl rising aed. bowing;: to his fcordstíij} and \^'wj^pinf)'AT}i^ôw%. i|iso \t% t»Bi'*ívri^1-¿zfffrilhl^i4s,jp)rck¿fi'cé\fó Jet his farms bñ léase, V The great majority of his tenants are tenants ffora .year Ho year with such entire end ; perfect confidence in th« honour and integrity «of their landlord that 2 do opt believe, that the fact of ¿heir having no lease operates disadvantagepusly in any individual case. But this I say, anil as one connected "'with land 1 feel myself bound toeay it, that a landlord has no tight to expect any .great and permanent Tm provementof his Und by the tenant, unless that tenant. be secured the. repayment of his outlay, not by the personal,¡character or,honour, pf his landlord, but by a.security ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 20 March 1845

The Lady of Dr. HENRY White, of George Street Windsor, of a daughter, on Mon- day, the 17th inst. Deaths.                   BENN, Mary Ann, third daughter of Mr. J. W. Benn, at the South Creek, on Mon- day, March 3rd, aged Eleven years.     PRITCHARD, Mr. Joseph, Writing Clerk, at the Currency Lass Inn, Bridge street, Windsor, on Monday, the 17th instant,   aged 53 years.                                          

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Maitland. CIRCUIT COURT. (Before his Honor the Chief Justice.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 20 March 1845

Maitland - ? . CIRCUIT COURT, | ' THÖRSD'AY, MASCH lS.r^is Ho.nio.t íthé Chief Justice took his seatonihe beach at niue o'clock. HORSE STEALING. Edward Mealley,; late of Scone, was in dieted for stealing a horse the property of Jfphn Phealv. at the Peel River, on the 30th December,'1843. Mr. Broadhurst addressed the'jury' on be half of the prisoner; and the jury without leaving the 4>bx returned a verdict of no, guilty. ~: ? ; - Joh ti MXottghlin was placed at the bar .charged with having stolen a horse, the Trqpetty of James-Chilcott, at Falbrook, on the. WtWuiy, 1842. r ^ His Honor having summed op, the jury found a verdict of guilty. William Clarke was indicted for steming .«filly, the property of Jeremiah' Desmond, etürosford, on the 17 th Juue,1843. . / The jury, tinder ilia Honor's direction, «cnnUtéd*tnê; prôner. V ' Q *-. ÎRECEtVÏSG 'STOÍEIÍ' tmOfERTV. ' Benjamin Woodward, Ute of Sydney, wa« indicted for receiving 40 yard$ bf cl otb, 6 Ïatr of trowsers'20 silk handkerchie...

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

HAWKESBURY Subscription Races« AT a MEETING held at Mr. Hig gersón/s, " Btrd-m-Hand inn," Richmond Uuad, on SATURDAY, tbe 18th Jqnuarv, 18*S, it was agreed tbat SOÜSCRJI'. I ION RAt'lia should beheld at the WINO. SHt ItACE COURE. Richmond Road, on W K D N ES UjA V, TH ? 1 ?< S D A Y, and F » ll) A Y, when <l>e (^^t^Al^ä^3^^i^$^i,'r--r Fl R* T P R íZE^W%*W|NíSB0tÍ,Y î TOWN PLATH pf w*mfhof?T»iin9, for Hör« ft of «ll ages earring .PMght for ag& Heats, t-ripb ynsfrdjjlMffflf^^ £7 ni Tbree*n«r*nee#w«or«e. ThBwinner of tM« l'H*» to ewrv7 tion «f lb* Stewards at.any «ufeaequeitt R*ce.. ««cotíÜ i»in)5ß.^-tm 'ühiptitt' PLATB^f'tliirty-sóVóWjr^ fj^ bora>*«f«H ' ages that bave nfrerrw^Tso ajjf erased P«** . " exceeding' £ 14 ^^'e^rr^^jr ^ig^Tor'«e^. ^ Heat«, one* "round. Entrance, tbree pounds, ? j Three, cnfrinre« or no rape- . ., * TrtWD PRIZE-TH 14 f1)EIÍ»X *^ A^fcfcS ; ofs thirty siirereitrne, faVt^fl««vof;all ¡iiges. ? carrvmg weight frfr a¿¿; J1B*'». ...

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Packing of Lard for Exportation. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 20 March 1845

Packing of Lard for Exportation. GXNI-LKMEN,--la my last letter on tba , ject of " Lsrd as an Export," I recomme «it lo be packed in bladder*, (being previc salted tn tba boiling-, ap aa to keep it in b preservation), to secure tbe highest price I in the London market, which is oixpenetta po I do not doubt but that al! our formera w tfind it to their interest to fatten a groat n «tote pigs Iban they do, and that their wires daughter« could probably employ their s time in pouring the lard into bladders ; tho <it would be an expensive process if a men i paid wages to perform this sort of woik. the fatteners of swine on a large scale, slau Tered a great many pigs during tbe winter, wife awl daughters could opt do »ll the wt tba difference ia pries ta London, bet Week 1 in cask and bladder, is oaljr lOs. or tèa* cwt, The question therefore for the former *r¡íl it pay bini to employ a man to prepare j bladders, fill them, aní tie them np, to amount of a hundred , weight of lar...

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Prize Fight. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 20 March 1845

oHock the Jorjg-eipfecbsd Fjhíhi çawè oJT bttjfôn^jçrie^ »op Davis, thc Liverpool Pet. on m pu« of stone house, The in.enÄftfippe4 injirst rate ; P}9 ^cifeijs. confident pf success.-Betting, 2 to 1 in hi?? favor. The Fight -occupied i hour »nd I minute, during which 63rouods wereföught. At the expiration of thé C3rd rouBd.,Spark*s was declared the winner The punishment Was severe on both sides,--but the cool tactics of the 'Australian were more than a match for the Ball Dog courage and impe tupus temper of tbe Éneíishman. It is calculated that at }e^|:7|^^pp)e..wer<t. precept j ROO . the steamar,?jBmp and do rnet, with 100 or .150 boats, wer«* crowded to excess. Sparkes when?on -board the Emu,ofter washiñgan.d refreshtnghimself. Kook his hat and went round io the compa ny/and cbllected à tö|era1)Ve:'S^sCriptrbn for hVieatën eppon^n diatély. haadeo4 over;|q ni m ;a|,|^a1rro for his wouuds^^tó^^ Iv^Xl > ¿-., : .*- ODD Futtovrs ÂWe^'îiwe:ç.fceen;.-...» guested by eeve^ h'...

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"HAWK[?]BUR[?] COU[?]R. THURSDAY, MARCH 20, 1845. Agriculture. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 20 March 1845

ThjB/lart paperIÄJTIAI: trought¿the sub ject down to the time of sowing the seed ñhe method of jw^ring it, whether for the *he kind of «ced xaHch should be selected. ^è^oW^wÈëed ^ giire'HwBctíohsí relative ^^e management of the crop. We have «h^ë^y ïhbwîél on ffce.necessity of select ing,for the «growfli1 of flax, land of the cleanest description ; and it is ho less,es sential th>t attention should be directed to ¿he process of weeding-an operation ^vhîch tt^'jte.^foi^ned l)y children. Under groper surveillance. Every weed should %e ^dicated a$ 6odn ;aslt makes/ ^Mvlr pearancè ; sq%at1thef "plant may neither be encumbered thereby^ nor deprived of any of the nutritive qualities of the soil ; ¿and we trust ^at .nQ,one who attempts to ^cultivate the particle «of-f'-Sajr, will "be so ..'p^py |w to itfegïect tWff ^Mmnortawt-matter, on ac count /pf afly e^çnse.jjt, waight- occasion* .as lip will assuredly findontthe error into ~which he has fallen, when too Jäte.,. The operation of wee...

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

Til Bu iÏ4 ei*«v TENDERS required fdr thë'eréctiôn of a COTTAGE td be built on íhé Éstate bf WILLIAM COX.; *Es«üfe*' * Negoa.'* Hunter's River adjoining jthè Village of Muswellbrook. The1 Plattend Specification to be seen at Mr. James At kinson's. Windsor, and proposals for -tb« same to be addressed to, WI LLIAM COX, EsftûIRE.-Hï»Oi|Ttvïlte, Oil ortpBtOré^Túbf* day, tb* - 27th lnstau$. "? after ' wntób -an answer will be i retorted. Bricks, Lime Cedar, Hardwood. Shingles, and Laths, will be supplied to tba Contractor at a fixed price op. the ground, which, js in .the .«pe, cification. All the .other ' MatpVai-j and workmanship, together with labour: to be fonnd by the' Contractor^ agreement to be entered into fdr fb.8 dàè fulfilment; of the Contract; Half thP pay ment to be made so soon as the Cottage shall be shingled in, the other half when vcppi pleted \ subject to bp surveyed if required by some competent person, that ,thetwejjk is performed according to agreement, \. " WILLIAM ...

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Sydney Shipping News ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 20 March 1845

Sydney Shipping News MÁIÍCH ll.-The brig'' Guide, }0j£oûgt Addams, master, from ; Anckjand ; j|ietj*fc-h Jaii Vèrid Hokianga ¿he !^3ftt am»*, With tirnKK*«.-'-' .* - ' - .^."':aft . ', U-Thé b$rqrib-*(jWàgà*5880 tons« Chilcott*, master, «frotó ; Calcutta, l¿fjh Decéml>t>r, Madras ,«tba -5th . Îan'à'Vrj/ 'iu^ Hobart IWu ihe^U|l^jl!U^'«r1äi auger. &c. . .. .' IM'iV'^-i^ ::w-y.\^tM'--^-' 11. -The hrig Cj^fne,!!^ tojas, Aft^eo, master, returned Ï6'poW. H;¿*Tbe},«choSbé-f^^ói,«/»&,;^^¡»i; '7S tons. C:within, nMst«r4 from Laun^tftor, the 3rd instant, Mdth wheat, &c. i I.-The barque Ahn fir int (P.&jjkC) 378 tons, JKoreman,"^mastery, -fjfcm.iíha Downs, the 3rd Noywith,merchandise.. 12, -The steamer - Janies '. Wak; |41 tons;. Taggart, master, from Hobart Tow n the iBth rns'tàtjt, with sundries. 12.-The steamer Sovereign 119 tons, Cape, master, from Moreton: Bay,' the 8th instant; with wool, &c .. 13.*-Tbe barque Kestrel, 325 tons,Beaut vats, ma...

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

Sydney Shipping News AKÜIVED*; MASCH 18.-The barque British Sove reign, 350 tous. Cooper, master, from a whaling voyage, with 500'bin els sperm oil.. Left Sydney, 5»h Nov*<nber. 1843: j 18-The brig 'Scamander, 175 ton«, I Nicksnn, master, from a whaling vóyagt-, : with 700 barrels sperm oil. Left Sydney, 6rh October 1843. . 19. -The schooner Martha $ Elizabeth, 81 tons, hockley, mart«r, from Port Phillip the, 7th, and Port Albert the 12th instant, with wool, &c 20. -The schooner Wave, 65 tons, Bir kenshaw, master, from Port Phillip the 12th instant,, with wool and suodrips. 20 -The brig Britomart, 173 tons, Keld, ,mastér,'from Singapore the 16th Jan., and Adelaide the 10th instant. With sneer, fco. 20.-The steamer THstle, 127 tons» Mulhall, master, from Moreton Bay, the 16th instant, with wool. 20.-The steamer Maitland, 103 tons. Parsons, «laster, fi om Port-? Macquarie the ' 19th iustant, with wool and cedar« . . 20.-The schooner Vanguard, ¡61 tons, Pilfold, mast...

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Port Phillip. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 27 March 1845

Port Phillip. The papers to the 18th inst., brought bj , the overland mail on Tuesday last, contain little intelligence, local or otherwise, from I thence, of milch interest to the inhnbitantB oY'tbe-Middle'Tiiatr|ct*'.Mr. JF. P. Fawkner, \ I the proprietor of the Patriot, bad. in con- ; s equence, it is said, of the derangement ol his affairs, resigned his seat in the Mel- ' bourne Council. Mr. La Trobe,the Super intendent of Port Phillip, had just returned from a tour to Gipps Land. The accounts from this part of the interior are very en couraging, thc land being generally good, and for New South Wales, well water«d. About ninety miles from Port Albert the aborigines are very numerous, »nd rather troublesome. The country abounds, too, in kangaroo and emus.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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