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An Odd Dog. [CONTINUED FROM OUR LAST.] [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 27 March 1845

M ëdd Dog. (CONTINUED ÏROM OUR tAST.] " Be seated, senhor," said the old goatherd, placing the only chair in the room at the head of the table for my accommodation. "You are just in time, eis you may see,, if you have stomach for a plain meal, and are not too proud to eat with a poor peasant and his family." '* I have plenty of -stomach, and no pride," said I, laughing, and flinging myself into the proffered seat ; "so pro duce supper when you will, and doubt not roy doing justice to it." Again the old goatherd smiled grim ley, and, turning to Hie woman, bade her delay no-longer. .'Off with your cauldron, inez, and let us see what you have done for us to night." " I have done just what you brought me to do, and nothing else," replied the hag crossly. 4*4$etter fare I would «ot wish for," -said the goatherd ; ** so, once again, out with it, and don't keep us starving here all night. 'Tis no fast to day, I reckon. San Nicolo !" he exclaimed, as the woman emptied the contents of the ke...

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Lines to Flora. FOR THE "HAWKESBURY COURIER." [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 27 March 1845

Wilt thou o^o onejjapr*© ne, tîrigiYis fowler star now gleaming, lo the hea^'o* bfte Broh*bo»e, * A igbter'Ia thine eye «ow beaming, mtoMâp-c/f P«w«t JOT«. 3fücn are those ¿bright cherries pending, Juicy from their parent stem ¡Xlut thy luscious tips now pouting,' Aicher are by far than them. Sxrtely are those flowers blooming, ' Sweetly owning thy fond care ; Sut, than all the flowers growing, .Blooms «sore sweet my flora fair. , Hold I TH paint thy charms nofartbeT, Stamped they sre upon my heart ; 'There they dwell in colours brighter, Than my fen could e'er impart, Ture's the Tay of brigfbt Aurora, Darting o'er the eastern hilU But my lore for thee, roy Flora, Than that ray is purer still. ' Say then Flora, lovely fahr one. That I'm welcome to thy arms; 'Recompense my tender »passion. With thy more then angel's charms. F. A. W. ' Richmond, March 25.

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Field-Garden allotments at Bingley. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 27 March 1845

Field-Garden allotments at Bingley . THE following account of tlie erigin and success of tliese allotments is taken from a local paper:-"A field of 15 acres in exent, watered cn both sides by the river Aire, the property of Mrs. Walker Ferrand, was provided by that lady, I for the purpose of testing the merits ot' he allotment system, on condition that I she continued lo receive the accustomed I tent. It was divided into59 allotments, the rent of each averaging about Ils., which were distributed among 59 labour ing men. The rent and various taxes levied on the field amount to about £40 and cropping the same to about £60., making the sum total expended £100, whilst the crops produced amount in value, at a moderate calculation, to the extraordinary sum of £400 ! During the whole summer and autumn, these.59 men and their families have been pro vided with wholesome vegetables, almost all of thçm are keeping one or two pigs (many of them never knew what it was to possess one before,) whi...

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Original Correspondence. THE LOYAL INDEPENDENT ORDER OF ODD FELLOWS—MANCHESTER UNITY. To the Editor of the Hawkesbury Courier. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 27 March 1845

¡Sm OOl^'^LOWS-MAîSC^ES "Vt" ,i fit¿-: '? "'i*' 1.' '¡J! . *i '% J>?$e Editor af the Rfiwkeabwyihtirier^ *MSïB.--TAé icicle <ñ^h#Jas|;nBÓibfr of yoiir journal, " headed « Odd Fellows,** though affording aa admirable illustration of the4néalcùlab1evadvintages1; and excel« lenee of the principles ofthet3rdefi'B«lU in my mind, falls short of creating that in terest, which, by a further revipw or illus tration, would undoubtedly be manifested by many, who now only know it by a name. « Where dwella meek charity-there Faith Her high inspirings gave, ' Teaching tba lamp of love io fling Ita rádience o'er life's wave.*' And-if you will permit me to trespass for a short time on your valuable space, 1 will confine myself to a few extracts from an interesting woik, entitled the " Odd Fel* lows Magazine," for July 1844, published in Manchester, which will, 1 am confident, be perused with satisfaction by many of your, readers-will , further develope the nature and benefits of the O...

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

From the Gazette. CM POUNDED-At Windsor, on 10th March, 1845, from the «state of John Cable, South Creek, for trespass; ÓV mages, 5s per head .-One dark bay mare; dark points, white spot on forehead, scar on rump near side near the tail, a white mark on off foré fetlock, dark mane, dark switch tail, no shoes, supposed tb be about 4 years old,branded apparently j CB or GB off rump. One dark brown or mouse coloured horse, part of near hind foot and fetlock white, a white stiipe or blaze down the forehead, supposed tobe, about 3years old, noshoes,brand appears like A^D or AAB or \\L but not legible on near shoulder. If not claimed and released on or before the 8th of April, 1845, they will be sold agreeably to Act i of Council.-DANIEL, SEARCH, Pound k66p6T» ! IMPOUNDED -At Camden, on 12th March inst., by R. Boyd, from the Cam- ! den estate, for trespass in grass pad docks ; damages, ls. per head ; one old black mare, grey face, short tail, near i hind and off fore fetlock white, saddle...

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Mr. Justice Burton. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 27 March 1845

Mr. Justice Burton. Tm London Gazetted tbs Kith November - last, contains the official anuouneeinfjnt 'of Her Majesty having conferred upon "Judge Burton, late of our Ätiptemer-Gaurt, b«t. now Puisne Judge at Ma^i^t^ hpnor'uf Knighthood; *'" This honor, we stated at the departure . of Judge Burton from our' shore*, it WHS - the intention of her Majesty to confer ; and we may now add as our belief, that before two years have expired of his Honor's du ties as Puisne Judge at Madras, he will be elevated to: the highest seat on the Beorh. in that Presidency ; for it is generally un derstood at Madras, that bis Honor, tb« ^ present Chief Justice thf>rek wi)) resign office for the pension provided fay Govern ment for retiring Chief Justices, who have served their tegular terra on the Bench.

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

Hiiiïiiimommv jijjgi^ AND QENE&Aii PHWTim OFF/CÍE' : LfiTTfttt-PKI?>8 PRINTING of every description performed with I neatness and dispatch, at moderate prices A Just Published, ND MAY BK HAD AT THIS OFFICE, Dedicated without permission TO THE HERO OF TANGIER ! And his illustrious Companions in Arms ! ! ! Sydney Delivered ; OR THE PRINCELY BUCCANEER* A steamy nautical, entire-piratical, ly" rical, satirical, operatical,terpsichorical» serio >comtcal, çomîco-tragiçal, bur. lesque, burletta-spectacle, of intense local interest, wide and ramified diver sity, and universally absorbing and? ijfc*. I posing whimsicality, BY TASSO AUSTHAL ASÍ ATT1CUS. " Steam and the Prince, I sing, propelled by fate And sage * Young France's* Ante-Al bion hate To war with goose quill 1" MARO MODERNIZED, tîffî* A few copies of the above amusing work can now be obtained at this Office Price ls. each. Feb. 26th. A1 Stationery. -0 ©ss THE OFFICE OF THIS Paper, STATIONERY, CONSISTING OF, Laid Fool...

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Sugar from Potatoes. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 27 March 1845

Sugar from Potatoes. We observe amongst other inventions and discoveries of the present day, that our sugar growers here are likely to find a ri yaîwbere few of former days would have thought of looking for it-in the potatoe : a set of works having been established for this purpose at Stratford, in Essex, which are, according to all accounts, producing large quantities of the article, at a re munerative cost ; for it has been discovered that, weight against weight, the potatoe yields one-third of sugar. If this be canted .out to any extent, as we have reason to believe it will, home-made sugar will be .cjme a formidable ii val to colonial and foreign produce ; for we are assured that, in point of quality, it fully equate that made -;-* . . . ffpm the joice of the cane ; and even .«rere it not so, the quantity that it yields, in pro portion to the relative production of the soil, will enfible if to compete with, fair «Uccess, if not altogether to undersell that imported ; especially ...

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Colonial Productions. THE ONLY REDEMPTION FOR THE COLONY. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 27 March 1845

; :--M.... Colonial Productions. THE ONLY ÄEDEMlHftÖN FÖR THE j COLONY. rf. ¿ AT th« Horticultural Show, in Sydney, Wednesday, the 5th inst, Colonial Manu** factures were very properly admitted, tboughnot distinctly connected with Hor ticulture. Among these were two samples of ôeatsfoot oil, one limpid and colourless* Neatsfoot oil, we remember to have seen used among the farmers of England, in dressing harness, it has peculiar pro. 'iperties. In a tour we made last year to the Hawkesbury, we saw a settler boiling, io an iron pot, the hoofs of cows an J bullocks, having brought a cargo of them from Syd' ney. He skimmed the oil and sold it ¿among his neighbours, to burn in their Irimps : the "cowheer' he gav« to hisgrow ing pigs. The consumption of bullocks and cows -in Sydney is great. What becomes of the hoofs? ft appears they are useful to make oil, and aa food for swine. Are they treed for this purpose, or are thpy generally 'thrown aside ss useless t We. are fully aware that man...

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Deep Draining and Long Leases. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 27 March 1845

Deep Draining and Long Leases. AT a meeting of the William Labour er's Friend r-ociety, (Lord Raleigh in the chair,) Mr. FI ut ley, a farmer, hold» trig upwards of 1,550 acres, said, when he took the small farm he'then held'at Wilham, which was only 160 acres, il was in the worst possible state of culti vation. He expended £200 in draining, deep draining ; that was deep drains oí eight or nine feet deep, which com pletely lapped the farm of all the spring water, lie then set about the tillage with spirit. He ploughed five inches deep, and forked tl len, at an expense of 43s. 4J. per acre, 10s. being for ploughing and 33s. 4d. for forking. The result was truly gratifying ; and he could say with pride and confidence, that he bad the best crop of turnips in the kingdom. He had in his farm thir teen acres of old pasture land, he mi^ht say of bog. One a« re of it was so bad that it was fenced off to keep the cattle out, for if they got in it was ne essary to draw them on?. In burning, pa...

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Odd Fellows' Dinner. London Unity. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 27 March 1845

Odd Fellows' Dinner. London Unity. ON Tuesday evening the members and friends of the "Peace and Har mony Lodge'' of the Independent Order ;ott^t^ Im Sherlock-slreei, to celebrate the estai lishment of a funeral fund, in coi neciion with their lodge, Thesbacioj lodge-room was most, eleganily an taetefuUy decorated with flowers, an evergreens, and the excellent durne ; which reflected the highest crediton tl worthy host end hostess, was serried ti in good style, upwards of seventy ind viduals partaking of the repast. Ö the Temoval of the cloth, Secretas Carter, of the Prince Albert Lodgi was unanimously called to the chai and Brother Claxton consented to a< as vice-chairman. The Chairman said he would nc occupy their time, in the present" stag of the proceedings, bjjïjt at once ca upon them to respond to the first toai of the evening. He would give them " The Queen, and may she eve merit the approbation of her people. (A pplause.) Song, "My Native Highland Home, by the chai...

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Allotments of Land for the Labouring Poor. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 27 March 1845

Allotments of Land for the Labouring Poor, At a vestry-meeti g for the rate-pay ers of the township of Hunslet, near Leeds, in the town school-room, the liev. John Clark, incumbent of Huns let, in the chair, it was unanimously re solved, on a motion proposed by Mr» Joseph Beckett, and seconded by Mr. Richard Ba\idon, road-surveyor, that the money (about £1000) wh<ch was paid by the North Midland Hallway Company, as a compensation for the land required for their works passing Over Hunslet moor, should, be placed tn the hands of trustees and under a com mittee'of management, with .a view of either purchasing or renting land, ard reletting it to the labouring poor in - suitable plots for gardens, or employing the able-bodied poor wheo out of work, during depression of trade. . ?

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Maitland. (From the Maitland Mercury.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 27 March 1845

Maitland. XFrom the Maitland Mercury.) SHOCKING ACCIDENT-,-On Tuesday after 'noon last, a man named John Dillon wes .riding a young horse along . High-street, Weft Maitland, when Che animal turned into the yard pf Mr. Smith, wheelright. It was led out, when the rider began beating ?it with his whip. The horse reared up, -when Dillon ¿truck it between the ears «with the butt endof his whip, and knocked .it down. The shock threw bim from his seat, but one foot got entangled in the stir« ?rup The horse instantly sprang up again, and commenced buck jumping, with Dillon hanging over his back hythe offside, but his foot having got loose he was thrown .violently on his head ou the hard road. He -was immediately picked op perfectly in -sensible, and though every attention was -paid him, he expired within a few hours alter the accident, of concussion of the brain. An inquest was afterwards held on the body, and the above facts haying been given in evidence, the jury returned a ver dict of" a...

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"HAWKESBURY COURIER." THURSDAY, MARCH 27, 1845. Agriculture. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 27 March 1845

IN continuation^f^wr^bservatioris on<l «culture of FLAX, we proceed to give son .directions relative to the pulling of tb «crop. The proper epoch for this open tion depends on the intentions and objet ?of the grower. If flax of the best-qualit ?is required (we take it for granted that i had been-sown thick as before recommend ?ed,) the plant should be pulled when i full flower, and before the blossoms bein¡ ¡to die away, as the flax then begins t ¿lose gradually-all its good qualities, an become coarse and dark colored. Th .exact time for. gathering should, therefore -be carefully watched ^ and as it cannot b .supposed Cbal every seed should irave vege "tated and come, to maturity at the sam moment, even if the soil was uniform, an -of the same quality and capahilitie throughout the whole extent sown; th yian -we would recommend is, that th plant* which first reach the point we hav indicated should be immediately gathered and not surferai tb deteriorate by being al lowed ...

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A Patriarchal Labourer. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 27 March 1845

A Patriarchal Labourer. AT the Tring Agricultural Meeting, held on Friday last, an award was pre sented lo a labourer aged 110. This in di'vidlial looked not older than many do %69 or 7p years of age. Hts name is Joj^lCichanist and he is a native of Broad Cliffs, Jn Devonshire, where his béSimÜ» rtaistered A» paving taken place in 1739. He was a working man (said Mr. Gordon) in ? the reign of George H., from whom he had tile honour to receive a guinea for opening a gate at Long-leal-park.. He had also frequently conversed in Windsor-park with George UL, whom, he «aid, they used to call " Farmer George." He had been a sawyer, a drover, a herb gatherer, end bad latterly been em ployed in keeping the birds from the coin ; for, though so aged, his eye was still good ; and sporting gentlemen would be surprised and pleased to wit ness his shooting. He was also in the militia in the time of General Wolle, and was wounded at the battle of Vinegar hill; but he had no pension. It is need less...

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

Notice of Sale. Mit. LABAN WHITE is instnict ted by the Executors in the Ks taie of ibo late Mr. Tbpmas ¡\Inrk««:i, to sell br Public Auction, on thursday,the 3rd day of Aimlnext, at9 o'clock precisely, (being tba in« term»riiate day of the Races), at Mr. Walter Blanchard's, sign of the White Hart Ino, Windsor, pne brown Camerton mare, with a foal at ber aida, got by Hercules. One brown colt rising* 5 years oh), got foy Bntcbelor, "(pura bred) out of a C merion mare. Broken in to saddle, with H long tail. One buy colt wing 5 years old, gottty Admiral. Broken in to saddle. Terms Cash. Windsor, £5tb March,16*5. \ Hawkesbury Stores. EF. BROAD, begs to announce . to the I uhabitants of Windsor aaa Ute surrounding neighbourhood, that the above Stores are newly Stocked with a good assortment of ail kinds of GOODS of (he very choicest selection, comprising Haberdashery, Groceries, Slops, Spirits, Ale, «nd Porter. Wines, &C&C, which will be sold at tte very lowest prices ; a...

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Hemp. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 3 April 1845

Hemp« If England ha? risen to a pitch bf glory and power unattainable by eur rounding nations-if her commerce can grasp the whole earth in its span end call the empire of the ocean its own, it is because Britain was taught by stern experience, that all wealth, and power, «nd ^greatness, spring from the motliei of the arts alone. England sedulously ^udied and cherished those principles which promised to commute her inter «at Msources into exhaUBtless fountains &f wealth ; and she at length established for herself the hypothes;s universally advanced, that agriculture1 ia the only íirmafid Abiding; foundation on which empires can rest in security find in dependence. Moral and political hurri «anea may wreck and desolate those kingdoms which subsi&t ou a different political economy ; but they blow like innocuous summer breezes over the country whose emblem is thé plough. 4' It must be acknqwleU^d,^ «iiy|; Don Jos. Volcare!, «* that Ewlglantl iias .opened the eyes of othe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 3 April 1845

AND GENERAL PRINTING ÖFFICF* ? asesas1 sirouEXV, LKTTIiR-PÍHÍSS PRINTING of every description performed willi neatness and dispatch, nt Sydney prices, namely, Law Forms, Bill Heads, Cards and Labels, Circulars: Posters and Handbills, &C.. &C.

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Colonial Starch. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 3 April 1845

Colonial Starch. STARCH is a commodity, like soap, of great consumption. The production of wine ia New South Wales is not despised because the growers of the vine are aware it may be haifa century before they can make it both good and cheap enough, and in suffi cient plenty, to sell abroad. Theicobject at present is, to cause its consumption in the colony, sud gradually to supersede the use of Cape and European wines. But if what Mr. Rennie» the tnanufactu* rer of Colonial Starch, says, be true of his starch Tand we strongly recommend house wives to try it) we see no reason why it should not only speedily supersede the use of British starch, but also be exported to London, and there realise a profit, when, as at present, our wheat harvest has been bountiful, and consequently, the price of wheat is about half what it is in England, front which English starch is made, There can be no doubt, that if the South Australian Colonists can export their wheat to London, they could export star...

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From the [?] [?]ND [?]LE PROCLAMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 3 April 1845

enruló Act of «lie Imperial » tellement ot Gfpal » B«U« «nd toUoa.MSsedM&e $jb~ via* %f» Her M^Vfi'"faiU»^ .*.|íb« fôr ^«1f tin jr1 the «sie of Wjy*^ longing io «be Crown, ra tW-'^u^ip^Colo* oies," I do hereby motif» and proclaim,'ibat at eleven o'clock of VVeilnesdayj ite 9th day of April next, the following"TOVA and Suburban Lots ot-Land wilt be offered for Sale, by'puhlio auction, aube Perice Office, Brisbine^ ftJoreion Bay. at the upset price' affixed to each'lot re spectively, on the termsi »nd conditions, «pd under the provisions bf the above recited Act, (Deposit iv per cent.) ' TOWN LOTS. (Upset piicejf lOOper acre.). 1. North Brisbane, lr. Jp., ajiotmeiit No 3 of section IS. -3 Nona Brisbane, lr. lp., allotment No 4 of section 13. S. North Brisbane, S4J p., allotment No 5of section 43. 4. North Brisbane, 3lJ p., allotment No 6 of section 43 5. North Brisbane, 35|p., allotment No 7 of section 13. 6. North Brisbane; 34 J p.. allotment No S of section 13 7. North Brisb...

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