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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 8 May 1845

TERMS. TAi HAWKESDUHV COURIER will continue to be pub listad «w y Thursday morning, in Wináwr oni Richmond, and forwarded io all paru pf thi Country. The terms of.Season miw, ur$ St. per Quarter ; and-Subscribersnot retident in «ufar of the above tonnt must pay in irdoance, The quarUrtevd on the last Thursday in the months of Marchi June, september and ])e»<nbe-,on which days on'y , or previotu tath*fallowing Motday can resigna ti nu be receive I, which mutt be uecom, uni d by pay. ment >f alimonies due. I he ch ir get fur A SVERTISEMENTB ore: For the first inch 3i. ; and for every inch of space after, ot the rate of ls for each insertion ; » d the num. ber of tim i tn be ¡ ublithtdmustbe mitten on the fare rf the manuscript, or the advirtitemenls will be continued liUtountermunded. Son~ful>tc;ibers> must fay the amount previous tQ tlie inst'lion cf their udve tisemenu, »h eh mutt bs-sent before twelve o'clock n an, on Wednesday, and o d:rsto withdraw not LiLriha...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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AT THE COLONIAL TREASURY, 14TH MAY. SUBURBAN LOTS. (Upset price, £1 per acre.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 8 May 1845

Ar THF, CoxoNiti. TBL*SU«V, lint MA*-. SU BUHU AN LOTS. {Ups* price, £1 per acre.) 1 NorrbttmberlHflä Si acre« S r«ods «nd SS perches, perish unnamed, 43einpi«v's Island, ne r Newcastle, suburban allotment No. 14 5 NorthumberlHnd, 16 acres and two roods, parish unnamed, Dempsey's Island, near New« castle, auburbiui allotment No. S3 3 Northumberland 2 ' acres,pHricu unnamed, DentpseyV Salaud, near Neircattie, auburbaa allotment No. 2« ^ 4 . .'Northumberlsnfl,SS seres, pariah unnamed, Dempsey's island, near Newcastle, suburban allot meut No 2* b Northumberland,?!) sores, pariah, unnamed. Mos teto Inland, «ear Nawcastle, suburban al* lotnnnt No. SS 6 Northumberland. I9i. ár. .parish uanemedy Moscheto Ul md. Near Newcastk, subuihAU allotment No. S4 £ ' ? Northumberland, fa., parish unaMaéo, Moscheto Island, near NewcaolU1, suburban «S lounent No. 25 6 Northumberland, 2 "a, pariah unnamed » Moscheto Island, near N'vwcasih», suburban al» iqtment No. *6 (Upset piles £4 per acr*¿) 0 Macquar...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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"HAWKESBURY COURIER." THURSDAY, MAY 8, 1845. AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 8 May 1845

"WHEN «be lacjpmania was raging; in thii 'Colony some tew^years «nee, the main ob« ject of the insensatè speculators seemed t( : be, to become die possessors of a large num ber of acres, without theleaatttmsidcratiorj as to the probable ultimate benefit «act possessions would, prove to them. "They "scarcely could have conceived it possible - that the uncultivated lands of this Colony vwould, by a resale; produce a return of their capital with .a sufficient interest thereon to Prepay them for such outlay, when, in other colonies, possessing at least the advantages of being nearer ;to the Mother Country, tland could be purchased for one-fouith the upset price of the same commodity here. They seemed entirely to disregard the im {portant fact, thal the possessions they so much coveted -«nd so recklessly obtained, were not of any Srálue till occupancy and c jlture had made them so. We are, how ever, now led to imagine (and we trust we aro not mistaken) that the wild spéculations Ho which...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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THE BACHELORS' PETITION. FOR THE "HAWKESBURY COURIER." [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 8 May 1845

-Some p%lfor^|il,bt%elor« ?Ba «liad enough JtciTapate,,. Wa bacheiora are iooely We * bachelors-are ead fPayaiciaos^sy the oníy cara From you i*to bahad. Then humbly to,yÔu îadiea We b*chelo;,*appeal, ta hope you wit! administer The matrimonial trill. 'The most'obedient husbands ? We promise you to be ; ¡If you're inclined to doubt oar word .Just marry us and «ea. We'll always "try to please you And agree vrtth Avbat you aay, . Then take our cure upon yourselves. Ye ladies kind we pray. And when no longer bachelors We'll offer up a prayer, That heaven trill bless-with happiness . The kind Australian fair. A, W. ^Richmond Hay 5.

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 8 May 1845

I Stationery. ON SALE, at the Office of the " Hawkes bury Courier," George street, a good stock of assorted Stationery, just I received, consisting of* I Fine folio Post Fine quarto ditto XJlltedged tinted satin Post,ditto Plain edged tinted ditto ditto Foolscap Blotting paper j ;. .: Steel Pens (warranted) i(. Penholders Quills n : Ready-made Pens Ink in large and small bottles r Red Sealing Wax Black ditto Wafers tn boxes and papers Brack Lead Pencils Penknives (warranted) I India Rubber Memorandum Books (ruled) in roan Ditto ditto ditto marble Drawing Books (half bound) Copy Books New London Spelling Books Richardson s British Primmer* Juvenile Story Books Battledores Murray on the Mind Maro on the Growth and Treatment of the Vine Sydney Delivered, or the Princely Buccaneer ' Costumes of various Nations : Slates Slate Pencils, ¡fee, * Prints, consisting of Paris Fashions « Dag and Fox . t Pheasants in Danger : Fox Hunting The Hors« Stetting Pheasants The Co ute ut» on &c....

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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From the Gazette. LAND SALE PROCLAMASION. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 8 May 1845

From the Gazette, j LAND SALK PROCL VMASÍON. : By bu Excellency Sir George Gippa/Knight. Ctpteio-Genertl and Gownor-in-Cbicf of ' the Territory of New South Walka, and ita - -, Dependencia! and Vice Admiral of the .ame, ¿cc. ito. ; Io pursuance of tba authority in me tatted : by a certain Act of the Imperial Parliament of Uieat Britain and Ireland, passed in the 5tb and 6th year of Her Majesty's Reign, intituled «* An ( Act.for regulating the sale of Waste Lands be ? longing to the Crown in the Australian Colo nies," I do hereby notify and proclaim, that at Eleven o'clock of Thursday, tb« 15th dav of May, the following Allotments of Land will be j offered for sat« bv public nuoiion, at the Colonial \ freasury, io Sydney, at the upset price «ul ced j to each respectively, on the' terms and <ándit lions, and. under the provision* of the above , recited Act. (Deposit IO nar «ent.¿ 1 TOWN LOIS. j (Upset price £B per acre.) j 1. Carcoar, Sr., two roods, allotmeU No, 3 j of sec...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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Sydney Shipping News ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 8 May 1845

Sydney Shipping Ne ws A tili I VED; APRH. 29.-Th« schooner Ann. 60 ton« Dunham,master, from Tahiti the 1st March, and Tongataboo 12th instant, with cocoanut oil, &c. 2&.--The schooner Shepherdess, 32 tons. Wylie, master, from Wellington, New Zea land, tbe 6th instant, in ballast. M*r 1.-Thehar^Penyard.Park,37Í ' tons, Weller, master, from tho Downs th* 24th December, and thejGape of Good Hops 8th March With a general virgo. ^" 2. -The ship Mei Mjfrnliei, 131* tom, Thompson, master, frojli Manila the 20th. February, with sugar;" . 3. -The-brig William, U9 tons. Thom. . master, from Launceston 27th ultimo, with grain. 4. -The brig Louisa, 182 tons. Tucker, master, from Hobart Town 27th ultimo, with sundries. 4-The schooner! Catherin«, 163 tons. Ward, master, from Mauritius 12:b March, with sugar. 4 -»The barque Eleanor, 153 tons, John son, master, from Mauritius 5th March, . with sugar, &c. 5. -The schooner Kate, 62 ton«, Salmon, master, from Auckland the 17th....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 8 May 1845

wi» filial GENERAL PRINTING OFFICE}. í EI;TKR-PRIÎSS PRINTING oi i;/ every description performed with neatness and dispatch, ât Sydney prices namely. LBW Forms, Bill Heads, Cards andi Labels, Circulars Posters end Handbills, the following dates : -May 24; «nd November 7^844, of The Australian Daily Journal ; November 6,4844, ©f Tfe Sydney Morning- Herald -\ and November $,'1844, of rT/ie Mornl^Ckrmide, for .. wlüch^^Shiltíng;each wlü^e' igirett.at» the Hawkesbury Couruif ófiíceV /* "

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THE GERMANS AT NELSON, NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 8 May 1845

TUE GERMANS' AT "NELSON, NEW ZEALAND. Ttis Adelaide newspifpfrs represeut the German families at N- Ison to be d^sitonu to remore to Sogth Australia, and a pro» posai is-made to «end for them by privat* aubscriptiOu*. The editor «ayV : V'W^uii.. derstand there are some vine.dressers among them." We publish' this for the information of proprietors of vineyards "in this Colony» The editor further say?, that these men paid for land three years ago, which has nrver been given them. If this bet tue. what shall be said of the Government, whether that of Downing-street or of Auckland, which can net in this way ? What would be said of individuals so Etting? Proofs are multitudinous of the inability of th« British Government to do common justice to her numerous and important Colonies. The Secretary of.State has actually.an JEV« pire of Colonies io govern, and yet we hear of no new and improved division of labour in Downing street, adequate to so mighty and increasing a Government. The work r...

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The Curate; or Hopes. [CONTINUED FROM OUR LAST.] [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 8 May 1845

The Curate ; or Hopes, TCONTITÍÜED »FROM «OUR LAST.] X)n a higher floor 1 had a viet through the window, covered with n .envióos blind, oía gatlyillumined chain ber, wheres numerous family wert -assetnb)ed around a lea-table. 1 wa -stiff in every iimb with cold und damp -and how empty that part of my anima economy, which may be styled the,ma -gazine, was that evening, 1 will not say but-..'Merciful heaven 1" thought I if that pretty maiden, who is just nov reaching « cup of tea to the stout gentle man upon the sofa, who seems tot heavily replenished to rise from hts seat would but put out lier fair hand a little farther this way, «nd «ould---with t thousand thankful kisses-how foolish ! -The-fat gentleman takes the cup, and dips hi« bun in the tea so deliberately 'tis enough to make one cry ! And nov« that pretty maiden is caressing him ! I wonder Jf he is her papa, or her uncle ; -or perhaps, enviable mortal 1--but no, that cannot be ; he is at least forty years older than she ! 44...

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Good News. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 8 May 1845

, -7 T ' - Good News . Il-is with the highest satisfaction we an noonee to our readers, that His Excellency the Governor has at length given a hearing ear to -the numerous statements 'made in this paper, respecting the accidents which are continually occurring through, the dangerous state of the road and bridges be tween Windsor and M'GratbV Hill ; and that a surveyor named Rivatt. has been sent up from Sydney to inspect Howe a Bridge, andthe road and Bridgea of which com plaints have been so often made. Howe's Bridge is to be immediately repaired and M'Ad am ¡zed ; the holes in the road are to be thoroughly repaired ; and the Long Bridge 's to be entirely removed and a new struc ture erected in its place. For this purpose a competentauperintendeot, overseer,and a large gang, are expected to arrivé here on Saturday or Monday next. This is good news for Windsor ; and it reflects, great credit on His Excellency, that even at the eleventh 4toor; measures are' tb be set on foot for savi...

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Varieties. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 8 May 1845

Bl fc-HtS^Wlj^Vtl satiúo J» *KPBP». so« of considerable, ability, «od .poi testing more general knowledge than usuaUy falls to the lot, of «if African ' monarch, it so happens that the cur ; rency of his realm consists of gold-dust, , Nov, he did not think it befiting biè dignky that ^he bps in which hewas : usually to keep a supply of tliis precious coinmodity sliobld be bT any material less costly than sliver, decorated by a j London artist of high reputation, and' secured by one of the best locks that ; Messrs ?iiubb aud Son, of St. Paul*« ; Church-yard, could manufacture. It need scarcely be said that the lock with Its key of solid gold, is a perfect speci men of the consummate ingenuity and skill for which the makers have been celebrated. This unique cash-box mea sures at the base 16$ inches by 12¿ ; its height to the top of the lid is «3 inches, and its extreme height to the top of the handle, 9 inches. It weighs 276 ounces of pure silver, and its chasing' is extremely beautif...

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Fire Insurance. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 8 May 1845

Fire Insurance« WE observe that another Fire Insurant Company hus been formed in Sydney, 01 the modification of the Mutual Plan. Thc importance of 6uch an Institution, in tfai peculiar circumstances of this country, re quires.no comment. Indeed, it is hardl; credible that in *mcb a mart of commerce ai Sydney tum is, the 'requisite means of in Buring against risks of this nature should bo long ere this have beetJ^rougbi within thi reach of every one either "hy the establish lisent of a branch of so%.e British company or the creation of a colonial one. ,' it ti frightful to contemplate the utter, wreck q individual fortune, that everyvd(*as^er froir fire within the precinct« of thefjäijty' musí occasion ; «nd every effort to i^rett thc calamitous consRqiiencei^Tsuch accio^ntg as they affect individuéis ï&d fMrnUW^isi be regarded with pecnliar BátísfacUbn b) .very benevolent mind. The plan of " Mutual Insurance** if^ei eiiedly the most economical on which s^cii an institution c...

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The French still at Tahiti. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 8 May 1845

Tfre* Freiïè still at Tahiti. Br the Ann schooner, which armed et Sydney on Tuesday, last, we. have ie. ceived news from Tahiti and tho adjacent islands up to the7 3rd March. Queen Pomare was still residing at R»iatea, and the French still in possession of Tahiti The Frendi ; Protectorate Flag was hoisted at Papeete, the principal port of the island of Tahiti, on the 8th January, being a few deys after the salting of the schooner Coquette, which brought us the I ¡mt accounts in the early part of. February last. ; similar flags were also hoisted on the adjacent islands-at Raiatea, where ¡he Queen, as abive stated, was residing at night, by the commander of the French steamer Phaeton ;)and at Huahine. The natives^ at Raiatfea and Huahine pulled them down -and jpnrot them.; that at the former. island . wiv burnt at .day light: the following morning and that oublié latter two da Vs aflerwaids. H. M. S. Talbot, 26 guns. Captain SirT. R.T Thompson, Bart., arrived at Tahiti on the lil h. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 8 May 1845

TOST HJ3CEIV&0, «lid on Bale at *f.« ll>eX)ffice of this Paper, ja Lot of Splendid PICTURES, suitable Xor the Bbove parties, whitili will be disposed of on very MODERATE TERMS.. Village of Enfield. PHUCHAS ERS Of Allotments in this Village are informed, that lü'-y may now har« their Conveyances by apply» ' tag to the undariigaed, . F .BEDDER, April 9, 1845, Solicitor, Windsor Notice. BY INSTRUCTIONS RECEIVED FROM TUB TRUSTEES IN I HE ESTATE OF »' II,LI AM SIMS BELL. MH. LAB AN WHITE will submit to Public Competition, at Mr. John Town's, jun., sign of the "Woolpack Inn," North Richmond, on THURSDAY, the 15rn MAY NEXT,at 12 for I o'clock, All those 300 acres of land, more or less, lying and situate in 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 Wesjt forty degrees North seventy chains on the North 'Westside by a line bearing West forty degrees South forty-three chains, twenty links...

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The Curate; or Hopes. [CONCLUDED.] [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 15 May 1845

The Curate ; or Hopes» fCONCLÜ*BD J *ï stood'fdr a moment to study what 'litis Could mean, when a frightful no as if à host of cats were domi ng sereu 'ing doata staits» ending with a hei 'thump against my door, made me i cided for action. I took up my gli "mering light, but, in the moment tia "opened the door, it expired, or was bio 'out. A gigantic white figure bovei 'before ma, and I felt myself suddei gràsped hy two powerful arms. I cri 'out for help, anet struggled so liai that my -antagonist fell to the -grow willi me; bull happened to be.uppi 'most. Like an arrow't bounded u and would have run, but stumbled ot something,-Heaven, knows what> 'helieve somebody $tad seixed my fee again Ï Tell to the ground, struck ti Wad against the corner of the table, ai lost my senses with a sound like lot daughter ringing in my ears. When ¡opened iny eyes again, tho -encountered a dazzling glare. I dost ihein again, and listened toadistractit 'noise that hovered around me. A gai i opened ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 15 May 1845

li^ÜÄöbfeÄNtf'SAPß INVESTMENT ' ! TÍH1I r*fi' Wfl5S©§®l MêlFlk^ ' \ rat . /. ? ¡v >". ? CJ : ] j f Hattie in BiidgB'Street} ! The Macquarie Arms, AND TUREE DWELLINO ril/ü3¡ 8 A0ÍOI NINO, MR.. LABAN WflfTß ro4b1iöw^ 1J ^grHiri'^is* 'pirêlidilrîàity. . rtbtice, as instructed by ibo Kseciuo/B ^f tbe !.?««} Mn . William Cross, resjijctfjulij? informs ibo Public : tbat thu day fixed fírr nie ' public sale af diese valuab'e properties vrt .^TtWiSD^V^ THE 20m day of M A Y N-liX J', at oiief dMWo o'clock 1st. Tbe" WINDSOR, TI OT EL." situate at - tlip.comer of Bridge end Court Streets« Windsor, ! ctil^jB faur yards fyom the Court ti ouse and at preseiiHel to ngrqod-ter:B*t, fe»- fiVff years, from 1 the 1st of .March hst, for Ñinety ' I'oun ls per annum. * v The hbuse contains, on lie pro und .fl nor Parlotk, Bar and Tap Room. Sitting Room, and ' U<>d iloom ; nod up stairs-Lirge Obiing Uoom. and five Ked ftooms There is also nn* under» ground Cellar, and a Verandah on three ...

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Answer TO THE BACHELORS' PETITION. FOR THE "HAWKESBURY COURIER." [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 15 May 1845

' BACHELOIRSV PÄTITI0N» Ve ladiei of Aortralia ; ; : . W«rouotdhpleasea'toheaf<» ; The petition of you bachelors ' In last week« ' Xtftittiu*:* ; ; The pXvílcians-we'tnaiíkTcindry For ¿Wing we'tove skill ; 'And if your case is curable We do 'not wan* fha will. - ? r Apply to us io^rsdn. ¡ You know for whom to a&, , ^We'll freely tell you if we can Then undertake the task. ?But should the first you «sk of« Take not your grief away, *Keep up your hearts good bachelors, , Perhaps some other may. *It is a gift bestowed on -us * A favor .kind'froihTieaven, To give the balm yon ask-but then For only one 'tis-gtven. Vou say that you aire lonely. We spinsters are the same ; ^Ve'U therefore grarit your prayer*-that is 'If We should like your name* fr A. W. toiébim>nd, tâay 14,

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GEELONG. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 15 May 1845

$*h|i, '.^qua|tefs, Vere, about ferinpç£. AssociaUöy'fo'r ^ ,ofr importing, labour .whenever the rate ol wages.shqulfl emceed' ;_B>M; certain' standard,. which, jt was expected wouiji, be /fixed at ,£1*5. pee, an*. A brrfiiçhpf^be Melbourne fawag^&auk : was about being .established; (}jî.,Vt, .. Mote ¡immigrants bad been imported from Hobart Town!, and more yet are i-èquired*

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Original Correspondence. To the Editor of the Hawkesbury Courier [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 15 May 1845

Original Correspóadence. To the.Editor of ike Hawkesbury Courier SIR,-The time for the election of Dis trict Councillors having passed away, and i no candidates for the office having come foi ward, it remains now for his üxceileucv the Governor to nominate a sufficient Dum ber of gentlemen to fill the vacancy. It is thought that Captains and Doctors are the only gentlemen from Whom they can be selected, being the only educated men in the district.wilh the exception of Attorneys, who do not appear willing to accept .the office. lt was supposed a gentleman, a Captain whom suspicion rested ; out anotner year having parsed away,; nod a new set of Coun cÍHoTÍ^ho^Vectea*» hythe people-and witherie exception flien^from the, iVor/Ar it was expected the Captain would have come forward, being ante of being elected, when he.with the present Councillors.might perforjp. jthefrPAders thPX*J*bdpled|ed to work, such as,rñstoVing^^TEue tja^VOuaf ter Sessions, Police Magistrate, with many - Other uia...

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