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

1* if ?ÉKL -É. m , rr-r oár T¿iién^ ^Tbè article io^u^e^í^ first published io tbè London Journal If Agriculture ; and is deserting of the at tentive perusal of all those engaged in the production of butter. The results at which the experimentalists armed are no less wonderful than gratifying. .(i After the publication of the Professor's communication, we may. at an early op' portunity, make a ,fsw remarks upon the ignorance exhibited by our agriculturists generally, in the manufacture not only of butter, but «Iso of cheese. \ ?

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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AT THE POLICE OFFICE, HARTLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 10 April 1845

The upset price bf cicli lot is £5 per section of 6"4f>fl'r?e. 1 Roxhour^h, r*4il acres, pniab of Hörnt» hope, at tbe onfl letioe of Dea>1p>aii!« Cree* wiib Solitary Cie*"k, at Soljiary Creek. * Itoxbjurgb, godaoieg, pari»b vf Eusdale,

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 10 April 1845

GENERAL .PRINTING OFFÏÇâ LETT K li-P ft R* S P R1 .VT Í VG o' «very description'performed with riKatupss aori dispatch, ht %d|n.erptices, numbly, LsW Forais, Bill Hearfsl CaHs and Lubels, Circulars Posters and Haudfaills, ? " - ?. '.- :??._

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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Van Diemen's Land. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 10 April 1845

Van Diembs Land. The. complexion of affairs is growing, more and more gloomy. It is evident that Van Diemen's Land is becoming one vast gaol, and the colonists therefore doomed to expeiience th« practical realization x)f. the proverb, "Evil communications corrupt good manne rs.* The late increased duties --the .lîr^t sample of tatcattoo were received with iriurniura ;** not loud but deep,*'and already many of the public journals 'nrt advocating thn|forjnation of a Total Absti nence from all jtax paying articles society . in, order to defeat'the iäcrease of duties, and that taxation will go on increasing the Report of the Committee appointed to enquire into the state of the finances, with a view to increase the Revenue by tho im position of additional- duties and impost* gives a very fair hint of whit the Ta* ¡nauians may Bhortly expect. In this docu ment, it is recommended that there bea tax upon dogs, to tie levied at the rate of 2-». 6» ou animals kept for the protection of propet...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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Port Phillip. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 10 April 1845

.The Mel&orq^fcor^ to borrrivr ^ß5)0Q()^)a: |óio¿ fot «he improve* .went ofthe/r^wo,^ ;in ^> r, !À new theatre was bnthe ev* of open ing in Melbourne,' it Ss! s'wld'tb be a model (if -Vtestris,' 4^)ywpU>rti-»^*r*otpra/Mr«.re.ta be Coppin» Company from, flobart Town Arr KMPTJíb Gaot Baxftftmó -T-Oti Mort-' day, Mr, »yíutle¿ the:gafériior «»f-th* K'ÍOI, received from a messenger, ^letter written by*a prisoner uudeF"sentence df trans portation for seven years, 4támfld'-'flan«au, for a prisoner named John Mitchel j, ad dressed to a plasterer in towt», and. request lng him to.s-.tid a s¿w and some! file« into .the gaol accreted lip ibepsples.pf;.* p^ir oi boots, and that with »uc|i. assistance it would 'only take three "quarters of 'au u-»ur to get out of^theogaola-íhís -letter wa* to have been^girep lp M'Neild, a prisoner, a waiting sejntçnce of death, Who was sup posed te^fWPi Mttiár^ppoftunity of. get ting it forwarded to its.destination, whichj however, it was never des...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 10 April 1845

Removal;. The Public is respectfully 'informed that theOF-PICEofthe" HAWKESBURY (MURIER" kat been Removed from Bridgé ¿Street, to the angle of George and Fitzgerald streets, (late PauVe J where Communications, Ordere for : the Paper\ Advertisements, $c.t will oe received. Preliminary Notice of ,:.:v" Sale. ELIGI BLE INVESTMENT. MR. LABAN WHITE., hat the honour to announce, that having, received instructions'from theÍÍMcuto'rsofih» ; Uta Mr» WUbam Croe», he will submit io Fub <io competition^ in the Month of Msjr$ejc|, (the : «lay.pliic» of sale, terms, and further particular*, will be made known in a future advertisement. ) ali that well known and long established Com mercial Inn^tbe AViadsor Hotel, situated in Bridge street, Windsor, and near the Polies Office. Also ail those Foui substantial Drick built Dwelling-houses, situated in Macquarie street, Windsor. Mr William rbompsun occu pies one'of tliese at a Licensed tun, aud ia known ss the " Macquarie Arms."' . .? . A T...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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Hawkesbury Races. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 10 April 1845

Hawkesbury Races. TN our paper of Thursday last, we pub« lithed the whole proceedings of the Hawkes* bury Races of the preceding day. On Thursday, the second day. the course was rather better attended, and bets wera takeu with more avidity on the various horaea aa they made their appearance in the weighing' yard. The Publicans' Purse of thirty-fire sovereigns, for horses of all ages, heats twice round, was the first priée contested for.. Three horses were entered for this race, but two only were placed ; the third, Bi ian Boroirnhe, having been withdrawn. The following was the result.: Mr.C. Roberts* b. h. Sir Charles, 6 yrs., Holmes, rider. 1 I Mr. C. Badgery's c. rn. Lady Morgan, 6 yrs., M. Brien, rider .:. 2 2 At starting. Mr. Badgery's mare took the lead, and Sir Charles kept close -to her for a; considerable distance, but having been slightly lamed. Lady Morgan got the start of him a second time, which she main tained fora short distance; but Sir Charles having got the better o...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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Supreme Court. SITTINGS IN NISI PRIUS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 10 April 1845

Supreme Court. SITTINGS m NISI Pnios. TüBSDAY, APRIL !.-Before His Hpnör Mr. Justice Dickinson, and a Special Jury ' The Bank of Australasia v. Breillat, as Chairman of the Bank of Australia. {mm DAT.) ? Mr. Falconer, on being re-called, said, that he wished to correct certain points in his evidence, which he hod stated erro neously on thé previous day. The first was, that the cheque give» to the Bank of Aus tralasia for the balance between the amount of the three bills and the £l54.000,)w*s on the Bank of Australasia, and hot on the fjiiion Bank : the second was, that the day on which he received the document cori-' reining the resolution empowering Mr, Macarthur to sign and endorse bills on the part of the Bank, was the day immediately after the date of the document, or the day after that. The three bills, with the in terest upon them, were charged against the -Bank of Australia ;. the proceeds of the bill for £154000 were charged to the cre dit of the B.ink; the difference betwee...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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Windsor Police. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 10 April 1845

Windsor Police, TUESDAY, APBIL 1-Before William1 .Cox, Esq., J. P., and L. D. Whittaker,Esq., J. P. Margaret Rose, for being drunk in the streets-of Windsor, on Saturday last. De fendant pleaded guilty. Sentenced to pay a fine -of five shillings, and in default of payment, to twelve hours solitary confine« went io the cells. Georg« Stewart, for being drunk in the streets of Windsor, on Monday last. De fendant pleaded not guilty. Constable Kelly gave evidence that the «defendant was given in charge by a person named Primer, for striking him. Palmer was bleeding at the nose at the time, but as he (the constable) did not see the as -conveyed loathe lock-np. , s4 V s .1 The, defendantpotJp jng^íble to'4ispreve 1 |befóarge, was aepteoeedstö ;%>»yLâjfin^of ' live shillings^ and Woafault of ploient to ; twelve %ours soHtary'confinement fa îfbe tells» u;. . . ' . " . : ?:. -.: -* Fçr perjury aüedged to hope been com mitted in a couse held pt Windeor in January Ya»».-Thia case, it appeare...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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New Zealand. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 10 April 1845

New Zealand. By tue arrival at Sydney of the barque Stai CaêtU, from Auckland, on Thursday lett,* Lave* accounts of in engagement which toe place .between tba Natives bf the Bay of Islam and the European population, assisted by tba oil eera and sailors of H. M. Ship Hatard. and tl troops quartered nt the Day, on J oe&day.the I li March last, which lasted .for three boiirs, wbt the European« were obliged, to abandon the tow pf Kororarika to its rightful owners,.the CHIEI Of New Zealand. There «re various account* i th* Joss of killed arid wonnded'on each sids, bi from all teat ' We ¿ah gather Trou them, ri Eurppean losr amounted altogether lo about S killed, and 18 wouaded, while that of (he Nativ« did cot exceed 40 killed and: about 50 woundec lucre were about 14«»0 Natives engaged againi «Un Europeans; and it waa Said by many, thi if the New .Zealaodeis wera guided by an ex perieuced leader, the Europeans would apo cease to annoy them. As it was, they fpugii manfully and wi...

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Lard or Tallow. To the Editor of the Australian. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 10 April 1845

¿ard m Tallow* . To the Editor of the Australian, Fia,T-ln your leading article of tho 1st M atoll* you endeavoured to persuade : an intelligent writer in the HERALD ni the 18ih ult., under the signature P. Q. li., to advocate his new system of fatten-< in* sheep with artificial food, Tor thc production of tallovy and a greater weight of (leece, without evincing his disappro bation of fattening swine tor the sake of their lard and pork. lu the fi ER A LD of the 6 h instant, P. Q. ÍI. gives his reasons for not acce dins to ypqirfequest, fortifying his new scheme'pyjfresti' ftrgunaenit. .]'? .' : P, Q. lt., 1 should suppose, is a Lin* ' colnshire farmer. I should, however» like io kflow this for a certainty^ for !; consider a thorough English or Scotch farther, after ten years' experience of the vicissitudes of this climate, a belief Judge of Fa/ming and grazing, and of the productions most profitable tobe rea reo!, in this colony, than any colonist, how*, -ever long a resi...

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Sydney Shipping News ARRIVED; [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 10 April 1845

Sydney Shipping News ARRIVED; March 25 --The barque Lindsay«. 200 tons. Williamson', master, from a whaling voyage-with 1,200 barrels sperm pil. Left Sydney Î5th Tune, 1943. March 27.-The schooner Coolangatta 85 tons, Meggett, master, from the Bat/of Islands the 6th instant-with copper ore, "'SIC. : March 28 -The steamer Sovereign, 119, tons, Cape, master, from Moreton Bay the 3rd inst.-with 98 bales wool, 34 casks tallow, &c. March 29 -The schooner Jane. 54 tonn. Steel, master, from Moreton Bay-with 20,000 feet of eedar. March 31.-The ship ^Elisabeth, 950 tons. Moffatt, master, from Liverpool 13th i December-with a general cargo and emt-. I grants. APRÎC 1 -The steamer Shamrock, .200 tons Gilmore, master, from Port. Phillip the 25th, Launceston the 28th, and Boyd Town the 3lst ult., with wool and sundries. 2- The. schooner Èarlequin, 67 too». Boyle, master, from Moreton Bay the 25th ult., with wool,salted beef, &c. 2. -The schooner Lowestoft, 1Í4 tons Mills, master,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 17 April 1845

TERMS. -j ?' I A' HAWKCSBI'RV GOOR IE itwillcontinue,iojjèpith* United eve< y Thursday moriimg'.in Windtor^iml Richmond, and ferwaráéji'jpôrjfc'if dit Country, ? h, ,. ... .v, 3J.r r/«e terms of SuBsoniPrtoii «ri ¿»S pfe* 'Qííáric- j and Subsorib.rs nôt resident th ëiJmr of' tito atovt ton nt »nut vy »» advance'.' The quirlen end wi the last Vhursdauiti the montfit àf 'btarèh. Jtoiiè, .'eptember w<d Ùe èmbe;,bni wliióh. day's ón'y or jneñotu to thifollowing Mo-utay can retignitim* he receive I, which must beaccom^unudhy jttiyh .iiienl f uti monia dus. . he ch:rge$ for ADVERTISEMENTS are : For the first inch '.h. ; and ftv every inek af space after, nt the rate rf 1« for eaxh inseition ; a d theñvm* ber of lim s to be ; ulitished in Hit bs itritlen ott the face rf the m<intiscri>;t, or the adorrritemmts ivill bi continued lille untirmuuded. fcoii'Sithscibe s must fay theamomtl prenions to the iiusrtitm if their udve tisen.ents tub ch must be snit b...

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AT THE POLICE OFFICE, HARTLEY [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 17 April 1845

AT THE POLICE OFFICE, Cff-VRTLEV The upset price bf eich lot is £5 per section of 640 acres. 1 Hosbourgh, fié » acres; pèrlah of Thorns hooe. at iha confluence «f D«udman's Cree!** wira So'ttary Creok.ut Solitary Creek. % Hojbcurgb, SOO acres, parish of Eusdulè.

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From the Gazette. OCCUPATION LICENSES. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 17 April 1845

pl*)»« n^eä. l¿oeii,V¿ft to bcçupy, under th» lowing pörtiohs ^|Á%ÚT^l¿q|fy»^r ¡from ibu ist^ay, 18*0.P- ?" }? 1 DurUam, 640 «cíes, paritb ot Wjnaahd Vaux . r.;: -?? . ' "? ^ . '. £ Dwham, ¡547 «ores, perish of Wynn. 5 DurLam. 64 #cres, parißli of \Vynn. 4 Dvirliuin, 640 sores, p rien of Wynn» SI) urham, tfo J acres, parish of Wy nu. 6 Durham, 610 acres, nuisit of Wynn. 7 ferham, 64 ' «crea, parish of Wyuna 8 Durham, $10 iiciea.jjarisb of Wynn. 9 I>urbam 640 aeré!, pft%h of Vin«. 0 Durham, 640 acres, parish of Vau*.

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AT THE POLICE OFFICE. GOULBURN [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 17 April 1845

AT THE POLICE OFflCE. GOULB'ÜR.V ?» Tho upset price pf each lot ts £> per ¿eciiuu oí öti) seres I Argyle, Gi.) -actes, parish unnamed, et Gerhigomun. 1 Argyle, TOO acres, parish unnamed, BC Nfiritnuiigiii). 3 Argyle, GIO acres, parish unnutned, st Nerrimunga.

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AT THE POLICE OFFICE BATHURST [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 17 April 1845

AT THE POLICE OFFICE. BATHtiRSF The upset puce of each lot is £5 per section of 640 acres. I'Roxbburgh,, 700 acreß, parish - u nh nm ed. near Capertee, about six ini'.cs north-west ot* Capertee. : - .i liuxbour¿1i, 800 acres, parish unnamed, ne»r Capertee. 3 {Schürst, 61t aerea, parish Unnamed, near tho i bree Urotbeis.

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[?]ert Poetry. THE FAIL OF THE LEAP. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 17 April 1845

<? » .' -. ». J5f ' ' 4 :,: * -j-». «? j> ' > *î|af íihelh**»e iD|r ^p^lîo^r ^WipvàFw wbjeei; -BaVÄe wjcttoiB feuîèIxexpTéBsiVè; though Weisjieif n to grow-wise from îhel7aU of the Leif, - * 5 ^%rpin'the Voice of instruction «re oft turo ,, *BÎ3eV ? Tor the proofs" of mortality spread (ftifjndv ^nd, Why î hut to seek «orne delusive ^relief- . r To expect painful thoughts of the $all of the Leaf. ,.. . "When'theautumn appears, and far o'er the ground " , ,V TThe tempest has scattered its trophies around, rDecay is performing its work like a thief, Nor fails tn effecting the Fail of the Leaf. .fipt one lonely relic, or poor solitaire, is left to bemoan in the pitiless air, Ox mutely to plead to the breeze for*fe ,. ? prie ve. But exemplifies quickly the Fall of the Leaf. .'.''«??-' ;How truly, ¿he-snbject analogy hears * *fo jcäiifk dissolution, the èndof his cares ; iVhen extinct are his passions, his rhopesf bis belief, And he stnks to the earth as the Fall of -the ...

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Original Correspondence. To the Editor of the Hawkesbury Courier [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 17 April 1845

O^iüal Corrésppiideuce. Td $e Editor o/lhs Ifatôkes'iQrg, Oferte»* .Sm,--It being rumoured that ít|is the in tendon of the Sypreme Grand ;,Lodge of the Independent Order pf pjd Allows, to establish a District; Lpd^e p/the Order here ; Í sincerelyhope that the t umour maybe correct, 'Npth'iti^ tends inóríe to allay dissen8Íons*-*-tó bind man tb « man in good ^fellowship.: abd Causes him to meet his neighbour in brotherly feeling-, than ntl Order founded upon the beautiful principles of the'.Chriitiap Religion;. ps is this,-rand whilst it cannot be surpassed for it** chart* table purposes-'that Charity ;rfquires not the etd'of puhlic journals td Vruthp'et it forth--lt is mcive disinterested ^ttdpuVe--* it Hóws'from ihie ;heart--*ít » is*1 ari attribute from the Almighty, What can be niora beautiful to the thinking mind ?->4aftd:^hat more sooihi ng to .the sick Brothel . than to find that ¡those bound to-him in brptherly feeling, tend upon his bedside Î Charity is likewise' lending ...

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Sydney Shipping News ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 17 April 1845

Sydney Shipping News AKtWED; - . Amit 8 -The brig Munro, 225. ton«. Balfour, master, from Manila,. the 19(h fannaTv. with'sttgar, Sic. ; < i 8-The schooner John «id Charlotte, 93 tons, Steele, master; from. Moreton Cay, wit h 54,000 feet of cedar. ? , 12- The barque Caledonia. 405 tons. Hans well, master, from the Downs. 2nd Dec, with merchandise.. t t SAILED. APRIL 8.-The schooner Agenoria. Bent ley, master, for Port Albeit, with mindrie.*. 9 -The barque Bright Planet, Johnson, master, for London, with colonial produce. 9.--The brig Bee, Unthank, master, for Port Nicholson, with sundries. 10-The ship Herald, Coubro, master, for London, with colonial produce. 10--The American ship Kingston, Ellis, master, for the South Seas. 10-The barque Slains Castle. Dawson, master, 'or Auckland, with troops. H.--The schooner Vanguard, Osborn, master, for Adelaide, with sundi ¡es. )1.-The st earner Shamrock,. Gilmore, master, Tor Port Phillip and Launceston, ? with sundries. * 13- The ...

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