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Original Correspondence. To the Editor of the Hawkesbury Courier. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 3 April 1845

Original Correspondence. To thé Editor bf the Hawkesbury Courier; SIB,-I much regret that the task o givjng* detailed account of the M¡éetin¡ op the 27th inst., pf the Penrith Agricultura Association, at. St. Mary's, . South Creek did not fill into better hands. But tot hi point.-A great concourse of persons wen at the gathering, amongst whom we notice; Charles Cowper. Esq. M C.. R. C, Leth bridge. , J. L. Templer, ,R. ,V. .Dulhunty Esquires, Capt, Weston, Capt. Oconnell Messrs Kennerley, Single. Beddek, Har pur, Odell, Thomas and J. Tebbutt, J Macdonald, D: Campbell, - L. IWhite M'Doo gal, and numerous persons residing in. the neighbourhood of Pe nrith, Windsor Sydney,and Parramatta. Everything went off well, and we understand that.the prizet for best Wine -.and Brandy of polonia: Manufacture, werejgiven tp Mr Fisher, ol Richmond Terrace. The brandy was of ex cellent manufacture, and quite tickled: the palate of those -accustomed to-.drink thf imported article. It would be a work o...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 3 April 1845

Notice. ALL Debts due to the Firm of BouL derson and M'Doncll, btoje leupers, Windsor, are to ba (mid without del<<y io Mr. Kicbvd SberrfF. otherwise legal prr« ceediilgs wilt be taken by bim fur the recovery ut ?ht lame. J. M'OONELL. Harrjn¡rton.street,Sy ditty, 85ib Match, 1845 One or two Labouring Men. WANTED by the undersigned, to Cut and Split firewood tor a Meant Eugine, anti *> otk occiiHOnally abou! the Mil The weekly ration will ba 1211»« Hour, I2lbs of lieef, quarter of a pound of lt-«. « d 2lbs Sugar, and seven shillings a wet* vranes t'aid weekly if required D. li, KIHWIW, Vwtoiia Sterna A,ill, Marci 18 Foi Usad Head _ the OFFiCBcfthe» HAWKBSBÜñ COURIEÍT hoi been Bemoved fit Bridge Street, loth* anplèvf .George a> Fitzgerald Mr^ß^ fyuTejwht CommumoaltvM, Orden for the Pap* Advertisements, #p,t yitt^íe received. Preliminary Notice G Sale. ELIGIBLE INVESTMENT. MR. LABAN WHITE «atti honour to announce, that haviti received .tnslruc'ion« from tba ...

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Latest British Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 3 April 1845

SUteôt Britt's!) intelligence. The Court had gone into mourning in consequence of the death of Uer Royal Highness Princess Sophia Matilda, who expired at her mansion on Blackheath, on Friday the 6th December. Lying in State ! it was at first thought would have been dispensed with, and Her Royal High ness' remains 'were interred on the lOLh, in the family vault, in St. George's Chapel, Windsor. Sho was in the 72nd year of her age. The LONDON GAZETTE of the Cth Decem ber announces a further prorogation of Pur 3) says-" Nows WAS received 4 few days back from Tahiti, which the Ministry has not dared to publish. The restoration of Queen Pom ara was t herein announced, and it was stated that Hie event took place in the midst of disquieting.demonstrations. As was to be expected, che French were in con sternation, and the English missionaries exhibited au insulting joy. The despatches which contained the orders of our .Govern ment were taken out by an English vessel ; and this circumstance,...

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

TE RMS. Tfc* H AWKESDUIIY f'ooniEti will continué lobe pub lished every Thursday morning, in Windsor and Richmond, and forwarded to all parts of lht Country. The terms of SUBSCRIPTION ure ñs per Quarter ; and Subscribers not resident in either of the above touns must pay in advance. The quarters end on the last Thursday in the months of March, June» september m d De ember, on which days only or jteviouttothefollouing Monday canresignatims be received, which must be accomrani d by pay» ment <fall monies due. The chirges far ADVERTÍS EH EKTS are: For the first inch Zs.; and foreveryindiof space after, vt the rate of Is foreach insertion ; a ,d the mw ber of tim s to be ; ublishedmust be written on the face af the manuscript, or the advertisements will be continued title tintermanded. Son-subscribe -s must fay the amount previous to the insertion of their udve tisements wk ch must be sent before twelve o'clock n ion, on Wednesday, and orders to withdraw not later than Mmday ...

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Van Diemen's Land. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 3 April 1845

Van Piemen's Land. GUANO,-The islands in the straits yield abundance of this valuable manure and a small craft has been dispatched for the pur pose of bringing up a cargo experimentally. We are not aware that it has been sub-, milted to the test of chemical analysis, but in appearance it is precisely similar to the guano which has recently become an article of such great value ia the English markets that hundreds of vessels are employed in the trade.-Launceston Ex mimt. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL-The Act im posing a duty of fifteen per cent.. Cai va < toremj OD tea, sugar, &c, has passed the I Council. On the motion that the Bill be j read a secoud time. Mr. Gregsou mov^d j as an amendment, that it be read that d iv six mouths-which was lost. : TENDERS.-We learn that Mr. J. Walk I er has obtained the greater part, if not nil I the flour contracts , at the priceof £517« 6 J. i per ton, delivered at the differeut stations. ! We would ask at what does Mr. W. expect Ito purc...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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"HAWKESBURY COURIER," THURSDAY, APRIL E, 1845. Agriculture. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 3 April 1845

THURSDAY, APÄlL 3, 1845. THB next process iponnected with the let turo of FLAX, that cproes under our co slderation, is the steeping, which is by i means an unimportant one ; as, on tl skilful and careful manner in which it »conducted, all the best qualities of the m ferial depend. The object of the steepii is to bring about a state of putrefactio Urbich will enable the fibre tobe easily s parated from the other substances of tl plant; If this operation is not carried £ enough, great waste is occasioned "by tl difficulty of separating these parts, on ai count of their natural cohesion ; and .carried too far, the strength, colour, ar other good qualities of the flax are, great] deteriorated. Hence the neces6i!y < freing able to ascertain the precise tin when the material should be taken out sleep. It was anciently the custom i 'throw the bundles or sheaves without r< gard to order, into a pool, till it was full -mit mod efa rá^ Out t» potior method, and shown th...

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HAWKESBURY Subscription Races. FIRST DAY. WEDNESDAY, 2ND APRIL. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 3 April 1845

;rasT/Dàir, , ï WKDNRBDAT, 2ND APB1L, V f èâ^ne minds ''tí- J¡aj ( inusbitaiits j»? :^IB«J good town ot VViodaof and the surrounding district yesterday. At jan early hour every vehicle from the humble farra cart to the fashionable barouche, was in requisition to convey the good folks of the Hawkesbury to the Race Course. «. The Kangaroo*' hld received an extra touch-up for the occasion, and Mr. Weller in his Holiday suit tras de termined io astonish the ?* Native" with his bits of blood, which were gaily decora ted with flowers for the auspicious event whilst the Richmond *. Unicorn" was pass ing to and from the Course to the Town of Windsor every half hour loaded with happy faces, all bent on enjoying the sports. At noon, the company assembled was pretty numerous. The first Prize was the HAWKESBURY TOWN PLATE of 60 Guineas, for Horses of all ages. Heats twice round the Course, which was con tested by Mr. C. Roberts Blue Bonnet, 4 years.ridden by Marsden, carrying.8st. Illus. Mr. Ge...

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ADVANTAGE OF REAPING WHEAT BEFORE IT IS RIPE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 3 April 1845

ADVANTAGE OF REAPING WHEAT BEFORE IT IS RIPE. IN the Sydney AUSTRALIAN, of the 29th March, will be found a description of the result which followed tho reaping of wheat four, three, two weeks, and one weak, respectively, before it was ripe ; und, also, of country generally takes pláaa,^l^l^^4Ó8i of wheat is not begrndgofl, because our farmers imagine that Htttö il lott, owing to thé'pigs being *ehtih^fB#»Ía idler the «books hare b^een carried away. It wiU be seen that wheat/ in the opinion of Afr. Hannam, farmer, bf North Deighton, near Weatherby, in England, reaped a fort nigbi before it is ripe, has the advantage in «»¿rypoint over wheat reaped quite ripe; that is, in weight, quality, and quantity of grain, and also, in quality and quantity of straw. The advantage on straw would be disre garded in this Colony, where it is not always converted into doug. But weight and number of bushels per acre are matters duly esteemed. But even if wheat cut groen were as much inferior to ripe on...

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From the [?] O[?]CURATION LICENSES. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 10 April 1845

towing portions, ^^ófl''forceo ir^f be «.buiii»"! fr\>M»-f lté : ^rV#y« OenoílUííVMa'* reapecïingr? tb« cbii(Hiiona fromJíU?. <Vlt»üWl treasurer, «rid at the Puíre* Uffio» of ihe DU- ; .RTTHS POErcfe OPFlCE.ltoSiVEILI,- . ; ; * .* *IM>ÖK.::IJ';,/. '...;..» \!-. Vue upset price of each {qr is^£5 |>Pt; "»eçtion pf . - . -"-liïàjàènïJ ' ' ~ ?'?.':?'<'.'>-> i J)urbam, 6*0 »cr^t. ,j»aHsU of /Wjinn ¡and Vaux f. '?" ''" ; V * , ? ' ' . " «.üútfcaipi $*c'awi*r, wwii ot Wvbo» ', 3 Durham .hi' abres, partan'pf Wynn. , 4 IJuriiMht, 64 t nerta, p ri«h «if M yu», . 5 Diirlmn, «>4 » ac«*»; parish JiftVVynu. ß Dnrli i'm.í tu «cres, p»rnli ot Wv nu. 7 D^linm, 04 ac es, \u\iii\t of Wynn. ? ? 8 Durham, 6+0 aoiea. parish of Wynn. 9 ¿>úrba«i_ 640. Mina, par gb. «if Vau*. . IO Dárbami 64J á'crfs, patiaU of \ruux.

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Varieties. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 10 April 1845

Varieties. j -? j ANECDOTE OP HIS LATE MAJESTA j KINO WILLIAM THE FOURTH.-CLEAR INO roR ACTION.--Few Naval .Officer: j were more impressed than the S tüo¡ King with the necessity of giving s sound elementary education Jto *' younj gentlemen'* prior to their walking, th« quarter-deck, His Majesty's owo:ex perience taught him that the freq nen interruptions, while under 'the eye of i Master, in a «rùizingi Jship, "rendered systematic instruction afloat, howevei ably directed, almost unattainable, Tilt value of this remark will be plainly il (nitrated by the following anecdote; I When a gallant'Trag'Hifficéf;~i[*ho« name we aro happy to^tateis; $et; thé Navy i,ist), wlm^was.a youhgstei with his ^laj^jsty^tn j.780. was invited tc »he Pavilion, at Brighton, he: brougliMc his' Majesty's, rë^ôlièctî^ri .;jtjjies circürn stajnçë o£ beating to iquarters for the Spanish fleet, under the command ol Bon Juan Lángara, when. His Royal Highness's table was indiscriminately thrown overboard with ot...

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An Odd Dog. [CONTINUED FROM OUR LAST.] [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 10 April 1845

?^VW í OOM»*« « [CONTINUED jraOM OVR LAST.]" '«« I»i*a much obliged - hy youl otrVF, HhQ.Bjgh^Tcapnot accept it wiijî^'épme Teturn on Wy part. ;':l.'^ut?«èlâ»^» .pay you, as far^swy ipr^ent rneans go, tor the reaäy" eulrrélnâer *of a" precious gem,7 Vlñcfi^f IP-be ridt*Exactly yours^ is, unquestionably istillïésa/mjne. Ai> *«ept this 4rírle. '." V Not subit,ofjt, senhor, Ht Nay*! entreat *. I^t' ahotheV "word, sehhor ;you liave the trinket, and there's an end of -tba matter. Another wine-skin, Juan/' But this offer 4 declined, pleading: weariness in excuse; and a wish logo to 1>ed, Ah'at I might be up tthe earlie/ on. ^the morjow^__Tjie_ fact Jsy J,Jiad,iieen. ^onipletejy upset by th^ of the" miniature, Jtrfd longed **lp W «lobe -; for in the midst of my danger-; ous companions, whose every word and 4ook gave rise to new doubts and darker apprehensions, it -was impossible to grapple with the difficulties of my situa tion. Much to thy delight, as well as surprise, but a very sl...

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French [?]tion. [?] [?] [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 10 April 1845

, suva .ïf tbB^««^¿Pnl«in^tMflg rire to treat om». ' We'jr^ao^|uwourj)»rtíñg boats «nn^íailiiro, lbtrd-trmviiw> -afterwards apprentice to - -"- ~ "Soma coUier's majtol^esobltiMB. what to do *On tbnt proud i>KmeOtswbicb"l)ut obsvs OM E^laadfc tfag ab SüFsreajneof tbï Sea»3 h _;_?> > > ? - '._? * < _£?'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 10 April 1845

TERMS. l'A' 'IAWKESBI'RY ''om\iK».wiUco>it¡n"etobe¡puo* lished eve y Thuded <y morning, in Windsor aud Hichmond, and 1 omar dei to all part* of tht * puntru. Ike terms of Scssontpn^N Ht .ver Qmarur J omi >ubscrtb rt not resident in either ol the about taunt must nu in dvanee The quarter» end on tie last Thursday in the mouths ot March, '«nt, september a d De evbe ton whic't iiauton y or 1» evioiu to th'fd!oui>g boulay eanre^igmiinu be receive , which mutt be accom uni d by pay» ment foll mn<iiet dui. lit ch rnet for ávveansasEvn art : Fer th t first inch -U.; and fo~ e>try inch oj t>ace after, ut tg* rate of lt for each insertion i a dihtnum* ber ol' tim 1t» be ? wtithtd mint be written on th* fare cf the minus ri it, or the ado rtixments will b: continued title unterminated hoñ-sufw ihe s m'ist <ay the nmnuit previous to tlie 'tits-lion of their udve tisementt wh ch mutt be tent b"J'or* twelve o clock n ton. on Wednesday, and o dsn to...

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South Australia. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 10 April 1845

South Australia. Tho colonists of this portion of our con* tinent go on keeping the even tenor of their way, and it requires no great powers of divination to foresee that South Australia will in a few year», become one the richest of England s colonial possessions. Fortu nately it is not inflicted with Squatter's ((emulations to fire discord from coast to coast. Honored by the presence of no offi cial plunderers of the widow and the or phan, and not cursed with a Bank of Aus tralia, the Colonists have nothing to distract their attention, from or prevent their capital being devoted to the development of the natural resources of their adopted Land ; and every succeeding arrival brings more and more interesting accounts of the rich mineral treasures of the Colony. The fact of there being a surplus revenue, and the Colony's liquidating a debt in curred by her tn the days of her infancy and misfortune, speaks volumes for ber Í going a-head movement. *Wf íán^.^iioft^s^ttail}withn^bAtjdOís...

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Odd Fellows. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 10 April 1845

Odd Fellows* Prince of Wales Lodge.-Early ott Mon« day morning last, a numerous.assemblage of Members of the Order, from Sydney and Parramatta, arrived in town, for the.pur pose pf assisting in opening the *. PHINCB of WAIVES LODOS " ia Windsor. About 10 o'clock, the visiting Members and Can didates for initiation assembled at the Mac quarie Arms Inn, Macquarie street, and. v «a» rt ly after, they formed a procassioji, and¿: i preceded by a band of music, marched to.. St. Matthew's Church, where a Sermon was Preached by the Rev. Mr. Styles ; after, which, a handsome collection wa's made ia aid bf the funds of the Hawkesbury Benevo lent Society. On leaving the Church, the procession, headed as before, marched along George, Bridge, Court and Mac-' , quarie-streets, to the Lodge, where they partook of a good lunch provided fer the occasion. Shortly after, the new Lodge was opened, when the Candidates ware all initiated into the arts and mysteries of the noble Order of Odd Fellowship. *...

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AT THE COLONIAL TREASURY, SYDNEY [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 10 April 1845

Vf TH E COLONIA liV4(EASUfl V,SVDÍTE Y' Toe upset prica of «alfa lot 'is Jri. per aeolian of iiïù après, , V . 1 Brisbane,* i20v acre«/parish unnamed,at the confluence 6f Page's Cre¿k with tlie'llun tera's Hirer. * Dui b ira, 6* ) ácres, parish «animeil, at 8elr* Creak,near Moonan).' <- n'i'-v .1 Durham, SM) acres, pariah unnamed, it Ue|i*s Çreelt, Ji«ar Moonera H. \ jul- . .*.» 'l-^nr:. 4 ^utray, GIO aores, parishjaimameü, et Ma'tfcv.? igfcn. ,," . . _ ?,; ' ' . , ... , ; ..-i. ¿ J. . -. 5 Märray. 6*9 acres .parish unnamed.*t Mer* í*húrny,Wi áoras.paiiibVdl^ame^.'aStSlt^,:. rigèo. ' "; 7 Camden, 641 ocres, parish unnamed, at Matt »i Uiver. '>''¡ ?>?""' 8 Camden, 6*3 «ores,-parish : unnamed, neàr Bimlow, Hürnig 'tang.. .>> . »JV ,! V ; '~{-:' 9 Georgiana, 7GJ acres, parish unnamed» neat ? - Coppe-hanm. ' IO Vincent 70J acrei; purfth unnamed, at ''Cotrjurong-Lslfe. . '/ " . '-? .11 Cook, 1 tOJ acres, ptrisb unnamed, ' «at Codumba. . ,:, ;. i- { i I« Ba Jiuret, ...

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Effectual Means of Checking Runaway Horses. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 10 April 1845

Effectual Means of Checking Runaway Horses. The recent melancholy accidentât Petar* sham urges us to publish the following extract, in the hops that some pf ont sadr ' dlersmay be induced to write homë for a con signment of -the desirable .invention' mentioned below, which may be the m eau« of saving many valuable lives. The in genious plan adopted by the Canadian* may also be found useful to some of our bush friends. When a Canadian family-party, travelling in winter over ice-covered rivers and. ', swamps, is so unlucky as tb cross a placa where the horse sinks, they Save him from drowning, and themselves from sharing tb«* same fate by pulling a rope so arranged i that it instantly chokes him. The -water being thus prevented from entering hit gullet or windpipe, he floats ophtha sur face, and it only requires a long apd firm pull to bring him to^o'lid ground, when, the rope being relaxed, he quickly recover«' his wind, and is ready once more to start on his journey. This plan of sa...

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AT THE POLICE OFFICE, GOULBURN. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 10 April 1845

VT THU TÖLICE OFFICE. GOULBURN, i be upset price ot each I.it is £3 per ;euiiuu of 6* > scree I Argyle, 64,» aeres, ' ptrisüunnamed, at Geringonmn. . . £ Arivie, 700 acres, parish ' unnamed, st' M*-rria>ui>g;in. . k, ..' - ? ; ' .-< .»..* r . 3 Argyle,'£16 aeres, parish unnamed, at Verrimunga. '?. : HT ..;??«-. i >.' ?

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"HAWKESBURY COURIER." THURSDAY, APRIL 10, 1845. Roads and Bridges. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 10 April 1845

T»ç^gerrjos state of the Bridges in District of Liverpool, has at length, seems, been taken «otice ot by His j 'celleocy the <xovemort but only, it ira appear, for the purpose of informing .Local Council of that District, that he 1 .nothing to do with the matter, except call their attention to what they were $ piously but too; conscious of, and to g them a piece of information which tl scarcely needed. Viz. : " That provided i mediate steps were taken, a moderate s wqutil putjthe bridges in repair.*' Ñ< although the Government has tip to ¡ present moraent^èe* in 'receipt of all i 'tolls eolledteS On »be Southern road, "Excellency has not the means of afford! to the ©¡strict Councils any assistance íhe repairs of roads and bridges, and trie following reasons^: -First, that 1 Toads and bridjges^erè placed by the N< Pontn. "Wales Act, under the care of t respective Councils of the district thron which the roads pass. Secondly, tl .since the wmmencement ...

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AT THE POLICE OFFICE BATHURST. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 10 April 1845

AT THE' POLICE OFFICE BATHl/ftST, i'iio upset jVricè'tif each Jot is £5 per «euJou of ? ' '.' " 641» aerea, '' t^Roxboui-«b, 700 aérée, parish unnamed, near Capertee, about six miiee aorth>«r«gt of 'Capertee. * Uoxbourgh, 800 seres, pariah unnamed, ne»r Capertee, 3 Unburst. 64^ acres, parish unnamed, near, tbo 1 bree Brothers.

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