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Supreme Court. CRIMINAL SIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 24 April 1845

Supreme Court. CRIMINAL SIDE. TUESDAY, APRIL 15.-Befóte His Honor Mr, Justice Dickenson. Aaron Gainsborg, who stood indicted for having on the 9th March last, assaulted Henry Wineberg, on the Parramatta Road, and robbed him of a watch, value £5, was acquitted, the prosecutor stating that his head -was so bad he could recollect nothing of the affair. Johu Conlan charged with having as saulted and robbed one Michael Mooney of 35s., on the 27th December last, was acquitted, for want of sufficient evidence to convict. James Goulding, Charles Maher, and James Hamilton weie found guilty of en tering the dwelling-house of one Robert Hynard, of Coneoni, aiid-stealing therefrom í)s. in silver, a teapot, gun, spoons, and sundry other articles. They were remand ed for sentence. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 16.-Before the -same. Thomas Robins, charged with having, on thc G'h instant, assaulted one Bridget Stretch, and wounded her on the left cheek with a knife, was acquitted. Anthony Halliday, a youth of s...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 1 May 1845

TERMS. Th'. ifAWKESBunv Covnica will continue lo be pub lished every Thursday morning, in Windsor and Richmond, and forwarded to all parts of th» Country, The terms of SunscnipnoN ore 5«. per Qmrler j ami Subscribirá not resident in either oftheabooe towns must nay in udvanee. The quarters end on the last Thursday in the months of" March, June, September a«d De:embe'-, on which days oit'y or pieviout to thifollowing JMo'ttlay can resigna timi be receive;!, which must be accomi uni d by pay ment nf all monies due. I he chirges for ADVERTISEMENTS are : For the first inch 3s.; and for eeery inch of space after, ul the rate cf ls. for each insertion ; a:d the num ber of ttm.s to be j nhlishod must be written on the face of the manuscript, or the advertisements will be continued Ml countermanded, h'cn-suhsaibe' s must fay the amount previous to the insu turn of their od ve tisements, wh ch must be sent before twelve o'clock UMU, on Wednesday, and o d:rs to withdraw not iut.r (han Mmday e...

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AT THE POLICE OFFICE, GOULBURN. (The Upset price of each lot is £5 per section of 640 acres.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 1 May 1845

AT THE POLICE OFFICE, GOULBURN. (Tbe Upset price of each lot i$ £5 per section , of 6*0 acres.) 1 Georgiana, lOOO acres, parish unnamed, at Wiarborough. Abercrombie Hirer ? 2 Argyle, 800 acres, parish unnamed, near Windellama Bv His Excellency s Commanrî, ' E. DEAS THOMPSON.

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OCCUPATION LICENSES. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 1 May 1845

OCCUPATION LICENSES. At eieren o'clock, of Thursday, the 22nd day of May nf xx, will be put up to auction, at the Police Office, Bathurst, the Licenses to occupy, under tbe regulations of tbe 21 st August, 1841, the following portions of Land, for one year, from tbe 1st June. 1845. Further information respecting the land may be obtained from the Surveyor General; and respecting tbe condition from the Colonial Trea surer, and ai the Police Office of the Distiict. (Tbe upset price of each lot is £5 per section of 640 acres.) 1 Bathurst, 640 acres parish unnamed, at Caloola, Dunn's Plains 2 Roxburgh, 1015 acres, parish unnamed, at Capertee ; 3 Koxburgb, 640 acres, parish unnamed, neal Capertee 4 Roxburgh, 610 acres, parish unnamed, ..near Capertee, two miles South east of Lot 3

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AT THE POLICE OFFICE, PORT MACQUARIE. (The Upset price of each lot is £5 per section of 640 acres.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 1 May 1845

AT THE POLICE' OFFICE, PORI' MACQUARIE. (Tue Upset price of ead» lot is £5 per section of 640 acres.) 1 Macquarie, 6t0 acres, parish unnamed, at Rollens' Plains, near tbe bead of Bril Bril .Brook 2 Macquarie, 73? acres, pansu unnamed, on tbe Manning River

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AT THE COLONIAL TREASURY, SYDNEY (The Upset price of each lot is £5 per section of 640 acres.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 1 May 1845

ATTHECOLONIALTREASURY.SYDNEY' (Tue Upset price of each lot is £5 per section of 6 td acres.) 1 Georgiana, 800 acres, parish unnamed, at the Grove, Burrangylong Creek ; 2 Georgiana, 64 ) acres,1 parish unnamed, near Bigga, at the head of Kanguroo Creek : 3 Georgiana, 640 acres,; parish unnamed, near Bigga >*. . i>* . 4 Georgiana, 640 affres,'parish unnamed, near Bigga fi King, 800 acres/ pariah unnamed, at Cul« lavin, at the head of Culinpn Creek 6 King, 801 acres, pftísíi unnamed, at t!ie head of the Lachlan 7 King, 700 acres,; parish unnamed, at Jerrara 8 ííudter.T-tO acres, parish unnamed, near the Mellong Swamp , ; , > y Northumberland, 650 acres, parish tin« namedtat Newport, Bake Aiacquirie (^Q^^tx^j^i^í^prea, palish unnamed,at Jinglemoney,Shoalhaven Uiver - it Phillip,8»u acres,parish unnamed, Nullo Mountains, at the he id of Widden Creek 12 Durham, 120Ü acres, parish unnamed, near the bead of Dry Creek IS Durham, 640 acres, parish unnamed, 1 mite North of the con...

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"HAWKESBURY COURIER." THURSDAY, MAY 1, 1845. New Zealand. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 1 May 1845

, New Zealand. ..: Btr the schooner TEBBOR, which arrived in Sydney on Sunday last from Auckland^ Ne wppapera have been received to the date of h&r departtfre, aädVhy them %e are re joiced to learn, that New Zealand was in a perfectly quh^ *tate. AU thé ^Chiefs had declared for peace, and even Heki himself appears satisfied with sbis« achievement iu ; pulling down the flag-staff at Kororarika ! The land on which the Hag-staff stood--it must here be stated-neither belonged to the Government nor to the "settlers'* at the Bay of Wands ; and although a house had been erected op the ground for the use of the' Signal man , and his family, and a kitchen garden afid paddock had been fenced in and ., cultivated, the .Natives were never applied to for their permission when these works j were being commenced, neither have they received anjy^pe.|isatípQyioir.4t!>« occupa-'i Xian ! Thef-New .Zealand. Government, ?we hope-taéiñ|^isHíattef ; in connexion with the late engagement at Koro...

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To Flora. FOR THE "HAWKESBURY COURIER." [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 1 May 1845

*0R OTB T stÀfNtj&BtJBT éoMSEfcT J IIKaere yonder jopnntftins lift their head, 'More dear are those lone dells to roe, Than îîpgland's peopled plains | *or JhereT>a fó^.|njvfo..Bdest.|Mdaa4a Abd breath'd ruy «oftest strains. Inspired by her, the mountain child, -I warble wild and free, The notes, I think, will please her best, For dearjs she tome. ' Dear is the warrior to his bride, Whp long from her away, Returns, «nd clasps her to his breast, From 'midst the battle's fray. But dearer Flora is to me, Tn that sweet hour of bliss, When stealing forth beneath the moon, We taste love's sweetest kiss. The moon in modesty then veils. From us ber sacred face ; But beaming forth more bright again, Pursues her heavenly race. Oh 1 if all hours like that were sweet, Why need we talk of heaven ; A paradise more sweet could not To man be ever given. Flora, the pleasures that we taste, Are pure as angels joys ; Again we'll meet, again repeat, The bliss that never cloys. F. A. W. Richm...

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INTERNATIONAL COMMERCE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 1 May 1845

INTERNATIONAL COMMERCE. IT is not our intention here to go over oft-trodden ground, in order to show what we conceive must be partly understood and acknowledged by all, namely, that the es tablishment of an International Com merce, based on sound principles, is re-' quisite to place this Colony in a position which will lead to its restoration to pros perity ; for till such a system of trade is adopted And acted upon, our wealth is drained from us to support foreign com merce at the sacrifice of our own. Free Trade, as we understand the term, is based (as we have already observed) on principles of reciprocity and mutual bene fit, otherwise it is not free but fettered. What then has been the nature of the trade we carried on for years with America and Van Diemen's Land? What have they received in exchange for their bush IlfSlL *mc1epfo«rjp^wpe1 , . w ;. . supplies f t% wiy j woúkí bare our money and notm^ buteur j ¿money; and perhajps'a few articles ofyEng tish merchandise. |f the Ame...

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From the Gazette. LAND SALE PROCLAMASION. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 1 May 1845

' > , ; uT1 -" ;. jlV- < Mt* Kt. ; Î.ANP SAf-E~PROCfcA&ASION, Î fjy bis ExcellencyBrç^orgé <3íppf, Knight; ; Captam-Óenerai ahâ täbföifn&emißbtybf the Territory *f :ÎÎèw SouiU Wales, anil ita Dependencies iud: UTioe Admiral of the 8ame,&c^&c, ,: V.- .. .-?', ¡. ;Í .?'..^ In pursuance of. the authority in me Test» by a certain Act of the Imperial Parliament ! Great Britain and Ireland, sassed tn the 5th an 6th year of Her Majesty's Reign, intituled " A Actjfor regulating the sale of Waste Landa bt hinging to the Crown in the Australian Cole nies," I do hereby notify and proclaim, that i Eleven o'olook of Thursday, tbe l5th day < May, the following Allotments of Land will b offered for sale by public auction,at the Colonís Treasury, in Sydney, at the upset price affixei to each respectively, on the terms and coud i lions, and under the provisions of the abov I recited Act. ( Deposit IO per cent.) TOWN LOTS. (Upsetjmce...

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Legislative Council. PROCLAMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 1 May 1845

By Hi» . UñaMm^ ~: Sir^0io^^lGtlpp*, Kaight/Captain-Generai end rGo?enior WrCÄieröf^^^ South Walas« and its Dependencies, and Tice- ' . Admiral of the «ame, &c, &c. WHBBKAS the Legislative Council oribis Colony* stands prorogued to Tuesday/the sixth day-of May next ; and it is expedient further to prorogue the same: Now I, * Sir George Gipps. Governor of the Colony of New South Wales, do hereby order and proclaim,, that the said Legislative Council shall be and hereby is further prorogued to Tuesday, the tenth day pf June next. 'Given under my hand and Seal« at Government House, Sydney, this « twenty-fifth day of April, in the year of Our Lord one thousand eight . hundred and forty five, and in the eipht vear of Her Maiesttr's Reicn. GEORGE GIPPS. By His Excellency's Command (L s.) E. DEAS THOMPSON. GOD SAVE THE QUEEN !

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 1 May 1845

Notice. BY INSTRÜCTinfoS RECEIVED FRO Bf THE TRUST RES IN THE ESTATE OF WILLIAM SIMS BF.LL. MK. LABAN WHITE will submit to Public Competition, at Mr. John Town's, jun,, sign of the " Woolpack Inn," North Richmond, on THURSDAY» the 15TH MAY NEXT,at 12 for 1 o'clock, , All those 300 acres of land, more or less» lying and situate iu the District of Kurra* jong, in the Territory of New South Wales« bounded on the North East side by Rouse and Meyrick's farms, bearing West forty degrees North seventy chains on the North West side by a line bearing West forty degrees South forty-three chnius, twenty links; on the South West side by Bell's . Wormléybury Farm, bearing South forty degrees East, and on the South East side by Pheasant, Ryan, Burton, and Moon's farms. Also, ail that parcel of Land, con- . tatniñg, by estimation, fifty acres, more or ¡ less, lying and ¡situate in the District of Múlgráve-place,in the Territory aforesaid, bounded on the " North East side by lîachap] Burton's farm,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 1 May 1845

HAWKESBURY COIV GENERAL PRINTING OFFICE, a si ID ö IB « LETTER-PRESS PRINTING of every description performed with neatness and dispatch, at Sydney prices, namely, Law Forms, Bill Heads, Cards and Labels, Circulars. Posters and Handbills, &c, &c, &c. REQIJIRED NEWSPAPERS of the following dates:-May 24, and November 7, 1844, of The Australian Daily Journal ; November 6,1844, of The Sydney Morning Herald ; and November D, 1844, of The Morning Chronicle, for which One Shilling each will be given at the Hawkesbury Courier Office,, AND

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New Zealand. NATIVE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 1 May 1845

-<m » m View Zealand. NATIVE MEETING. THE following extract, although from the AUCKLAND CHRONICLE SO far back RS the 30th January last, will be ruad With much interest just now : *. On Tuesday last, a considerable num" ber of maories assembled at the Royal Hotel, in consequence of a notice inviting them to meet, lor the purpose of taking into consideration the warlike transaction of John Ht;ki ; and also for the purpose of expressing their opinions as to the Pro tectorate. About one o'clock, Taniwa, the chief of Waitan, arrived with his followers, and was placed in the chair. The old warrior's head being profusely decorated I with feathers, and Uh remarkable coun tenance closely tatooed, gave him rather I an imposing appearance as a chairman. [ This meeting originated in the dissatis faction of Pdura chief of the Nga te Paoa, a man who sold his land at the Barrier to Mr. William Abercrombie, and had arrived with his people in Auckland for the pur pose of receiving the pay...

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PENRITH AND HAWKESBURY AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 1 May 1845

PENRITH AND HAWKESBURY AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATION. Notwithstanding the state of the weather and fall of rain, a most respectablë meeting of Inhabitants of the Districts of the Hawkesbury attended at Coffey's Hotel, Windsor, on Monday last. R, Fitzgerald, Esq,, in the Chair. Amongst the visitors we noticed R. C. Lethbridge, Esq J. P., G. Martyr, Esq., Hon. Sec, of the Penrith Agricultural Association, aud Captain O'Connell The Resolutions which bad been prepared by Francis -Beddek, Esq. more immediately for the forming au Agricultural Association for the Hawkes« bury Districts, were, after -some- prelimi nary steps, altered to suit the circum stances of a union of the intended Association with that of Penrith, and this Association, we hope, is likely to thrive under the'designation of" The Penrith and Hawkesbury Agricultural Association." The Meeting was severally addressed by F. Beddek, Esq., Captain O'Connell Mr. Plaistowe, Dr. Stewart, and others. Mr. Beddek stated, that as one of t...

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The Curate; or Hopes. TRANSLATED FROM FREDRIKA BREMER'S SHORT STORIES. (From Tait's Edinburgh Magazine for December) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 1 May 1845

The Curate ; or Hopes. ---I TRANSLATED FROM FREDRIKA BREMER'S 1 SHORT STORIES. {Froth Tait's Edinburgh Magazine for December ) Ï ALWAYS had a peculiar method ol travelling with the least possible distress along the stony road of life; although, in a physical as well as in a moral sense, I generally walked barefoot. I fiopedl hoped on from day to day, from morn to even, at evening for the tiext morning; tn autumn for spring, 4a spring for antonin ; from ot>e year to another ; and thus I had hoped away almost thirty years of my life's journey, without feeling severely any of my troubles) except the want of good boots. I consoled myself under this calamity when in the open air, but when introduced to respectable com pany, I ivas tormented with a desire of setting my heels foremost, because they were best covered with leather. I ought lo confess, too, thal I felt my poverty still more when, in the huts of misery, I could give no better comfort than friendly words. But I comforted mys...

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Butter Making. [CONCLUDED.] SERIES 4. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 1 May 1845

Butter Making: ' [CONCLUDED.] SERIES 4. This series was intended to decide on flie qualities of the butter obtained by the four processess above detailed, as to beeping fresh. These experiments were «nade, as those of the next series, on the butter obtained in most of our experi ments No, lt always remained, when exposed freely to the air, longer without «ny Tancid taste than any of the other kinds of butter. Nos. 3 and 4 were nearly on an equality in this respect ; if there was any difference it was in fa vour of No. 3. No. 5 became rancid toora quickly than NbV 3 or 4. SERIES 5. tiquai quantities of "butterobtained by the four processess were salted with .quantities of salt, then spread thinly on glass plates, and exposed to the air in a dry room. They were inspected from time to time, and it was ascertained. ¡that the taint of rancidity always ap peared in the following order, com» mencing with that which shewed il first:- . ; In No. 5, or butter from scalded cream. In No. 4, or ...

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Port Phillip. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 1 May 1845

Port Phillip. MELANCHOLY ACCIDENT.-It is our painful duty to record the death of Mr. Arthur Mould, who was thrown from his horse in Gipps Land, on the evening of the 25th March last, receiving a wound on the right side of the temple, from the effects of which he died on thc following day. Wc learn from a wit ness of this sad catastrophe», that the deceased gentleman had been attending the Gipps LaticTraces, and was return ing from the ground in company with several of his friends to be present at the race dinner which was lo have been held at the hospitable station of Mr. Raymond, when a race on the road was proposed and agreed to. After going a short distance at a rapid pace, ihe de ceased being a little in the rear and riding an unsafe but spirited animal ; the leading riders took a cross road which lay in their route, and at a right angle with that upon which they had been travelling ; they were closely fol lowed by the deceased, whose horse in making the " sharp turn,*' stumbled...

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Sydney Shipping News ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 1 May 1845

APRIL 13.- The steamer Sovereign, 119 tons, Griffin, master, from Moreton Bay the 12th instant. with wool, tallow, and hides, 15 - The steamer Melsfield, 103 tons, Parsôns; master, from Port Macquarie, with sundries.                   16.-The brig Emma. ,121 tons. Fox» jaaster, from Adelaide t)ie 3rd, and Kanga roo Island the 6th ihsiant, with wheat and sundries.         18 -The schooner Castlereagh, 90 tons, Clark, master, from London th« 2,Q:fe.Nov.,, and the Cape of Good Hope ike 15th Feb., with tobacco. &c     18 -The steamer Williani the Fourth,   53 .tons,- Wiseman, master, from the Clarence River the 16th instant, with wool,, tallow, and hides.   19 -The'eutter Rovèr's Bride. 49 tons,   Padden., master« from Anatam.- New:He bridès, .18th ...

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AT THE COLONIAL TREASURY, 14TH MAY. SUBURBAN LOTS. (Upset price, £1 pet acre.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 1 May 1845

AT THE COLONIAL TREASURY, 14TH MAY. SUBURBAN LOTS. ( Upset price, £1 per acre.)   1 Northumberland. 21 acres 2 roods and ¿32? perches, parish unnamed, Dempsey's Island near Newcastle, suburban allotment No. 14   2 Northumberland, 16 acres and two roods parish unnamed, Dempsey's Island, near New castle, suburban allotment No. 23 3 Northumberland,26? acres,parish unnamed   Dempsey's Island, near Newcastle, suburban allotment No. 24 4 Northumberland,22 acres, parish unnamed Dempsey's Island, near Newcastle, suburban allotment No. 25 5 Northumberland, 20 acres, parish unnamed Moscheto Island, near Newcastle, suburban al lotment No. 23 6 Northumberland, 19a. 2r.,parisb unnamed Moscheto Island, Near Newcastle, suburban allotment No. 24 7 Northumberland, 10a., parish unnamed, Moscheto Island, near Newcastle, suburban al lotment No. 25 8 Northumberland, 24?a, parish unnamed,   Moscheto Island, near Newcastle, suburban al lotment No. 26 (Up...

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