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

the late Whätfm miff by WmhWify&tiW was «orrnttedr^ diítíoMtioirétf-'fííé ciWio%rahé|ior1»)feîl|8d^ (íentlérnarj h$d¡; recently* Of^ágUj;-, tè$030j , sheepland upwards of iGOOOO, uiore aiid five large:herds uf'cailie were <^ 4tttHi>w»y,

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 15 May 1845

!i; ."1%ÖÜTÄ ,:Áü¿TftAÍÍFA.'.^: -a.-,- Y The ¡ barq ue ;JS4beHa .< .Watson, the ; fiíáfc: ship with bounty immigrants since DecëmV berv 18*49, had'arri ved with 190. wholfad'' beefi chiefly selected from Devoashife1 and . Cornwall; ??. \;':/"":' ThVihines were exciting a good deal of atí^ri'úbh in Biiglarijtl, : as a ton of lead ore sonf Ijome, had, 'on as«ay, been" fonn/Lto contain 13c. Iq. 14 of-pure lead, and t¿'u». 13<íwts. .pure silver ; and some copper one had realized £34 lös. per ion, afc aJLoudon sale**-The ¿colonists were very busy col lecting gumv--The Governor a' salary was to Jue raised from £1000 to 1,500 per year

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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SUBSTITUTES FOR SALT IN CURING MEAT. (From the Colonial Gazetle) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 15 May 1845

SUBSTITUTES FOR SALT IN CURING MEAT. - f From ike Colonial Gazelle ) Tho Buccaneers are said to detjve the name fronitheir primaryemjilpymenfof" boiicarnihg'' or he'erkj 'rk'ihgtnl St. Domingo, «nd probably to them we are indebted for this useful mode of nieaupreservipg, which gives the same amount of nourishment ¡in one*fourfh of weight to that of fresh killed at well as salt meat, while not con "lucine: to wtrvr like the latter, In no part of the * Mid" Worl that I am aware of, has jerking ever been practised, except in places such as Madagascar, where it has been introduced for the supply of slave ships. Beef jerking is con fined to tine'hot and dry, summer months; the jerkingwseason in Chilli being looked forward to hkè nervett um« m tji.gi"..j? establishments the labbur is divided ; the jerkers having rtothmg to do m,ittfae JciUng, skinning, Scot, So «ïpert treibv'yesto excite the astonish ment pf novices at the. rapidity with which they . el ¡pe the animal up j. the slices bei...

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INTERESTING PARTICULARS RELATIVE TO KANGAROO ISLAND. [From the Southern Australian.] [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 15 May 1845

INTERESTING PAltTICULlttS RELA TIVE JO KANGAROO ISLAND. [Prom the Southern Australian.] Du RINO the recent expedition by ¿M Tolmer, Inspector of Police}whh a par of pien to Kangaroo Island, a great de of information was collected respectif it, which we now propose to commun cate to our readers. In order to make the narrative as pe spicuous as possible, we shall comment by a description of the various points; which settlements or stations have bec made. Kangaroo Island is nearly divid< into two» by what is called America Jîiver, a large expanse of sea water rui ning up about fifteen miles from Nepea Bay. A neck of land about a mi! across, separates it from the Souther ocean. This river or inlet is i well miles across. Orr thé eastern «ide the« is a shoal, about six miles in length b two in breadth. In all other parts th depth ranges from four lo six fathomi At Point Morrison on the western sid« the coast rises in high bluffs, and th river forms a perfectly safe harbour i a...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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"HAWKESBURN COURIER." THURSDAY, MAY 15, 1845. AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 15 May 1845

AGRIG%UTÜRál^ ASSpO|ATÍ QÇS. ; ^TOE véíy limited space which we áret ' bled to devote io each publication to leading.article, ^e^c^a^ly J^fl^^s « Jbe very brief, and to embody in the fov ' possible words, the observations we - ' called upon to make on the various subji Hve wish tb bring under the consider^ 'of dlir.reaaêrs i yet, however concisely ' have expressed ourselves, we have on tn 'occasions found it díÍBcult» nay, impqssi to say in One short column, all that ' deemed it necessary to slate, or that importance of the matter treated on seen "to demand j the "result therefore lias be Hlxat v?e have fteen Compelled to tarry o .from ttnè'humber tb another the contint ' tion p'f the same subject. This may hi 'induced many of our readers to accuse *bf tediousness andrepetitioh'; a'ndperhi :there i's no topic lo which we have m ?frequently alluded than the* one :we hi ;agatn j?hosen¡on the present becásioh ; a who shaH say that our humble efforts so îpeàtéWifhaj' hot have directly o...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 15 May 1845

BIRTH - BELL, Mrs. of Macquarie street, of a daughter, on Sunday last.

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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Varieties. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 15 May 1845

Varieties. Very Uncomfortable !-What an un comfortable Situation ! A seat on th sofa between two beautiful girls-on with black eyes, jet ringlets, and sno v neck-the other with soft blue eyes sunny ringlets; red cheeks and lips --bot! laughing and talking to you at the santi time J . Rather more than seven years ago, i light-fingered Irishman, named Sweeny was convicted of stealing a box of tinned plates from a ship in one of the Liver, pool docks. On his conviction he wat sentenced to seven years transportation , which punishment was duly inflicted. A few days ago he again made his ap pearance in this town, and one of the first places he visited was the office ol the firm to whom the tinned plates had belonged. Neither of the principals were within, but he at once proceeded to introduce himself as Mr. Sweeney, the gentleman who had suffered for ap propriating the tinned plates. He said that his visit to Australia had not been either disagreeable or unprofitable ; that he had soon o...

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 — 15 May 1845

SydttOT Shipping News ;V ' AttlttVËD; ; MÀYÙ-Thé schooner Martha und-Eli zabeth , 8t to Vis; Pockiey, m*stér,frbtn 1*btt Albert the Gth instant"with -sundries-. ' ; 9>-The brigCkristina. Latona, Saun ders^ master, fronv Port Phillip the 29îh ultimo, with sundries. 9.-The, schooner Ala ry Ann, 52 tons,, Amner, maBtèr, from Launceston the 2nd instant, with wheat, &c. lô^-The schooner Wave, 65 tons. Birk enshaw. master, írom, Port Phillip,'- ?With; sundries. ' 12-"The Schooner Waterlily, 155 tons,. Hayle,master, from Hobart Town,' the 7th, instant, with sundries. ? 12 -Tile schooner Vanguard. 61 tons, Osborne, master, from Adelaide the 2u I aslant, with wheat, gum, salt, &c. The schooner .fane. 42 tons Brown,, master, from Moreton Bay the 2nd instantr with 20 OOO feet cedar. SAILED. MAY 8-The »hip lilteabeth. Moffat, master, for Callao, with coals. &c. t. ^ 8-The brig Britomart, Ksld, master^? f jr Singapore, with sundries. 8-The steamer Sovereign, Cape, mas ...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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NECESSITY OF A CORN-LAW FOR THE PROTECTION OF AGRICULTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 15 May 1845

NECESSITY OF AXORtf-L\\V* FOB TBE; PKOTECTIONÖF AGIUCÜLTÜUE. s fr* oùr Nu taber'of the 1st ^ta"htVwepu lished a few remarks on the necessity whi existed for raising the price of Wheat this District j and on further considérât! of the subject, ive have rome to the sal r.iincTusiob af tvè theo expressed^-tiiBt t best and speediest plan tor carrying out désirable an bbjetà, was the ,levying a » npBÂtB jpyVr ÓN ÏMPORTED VVÍTEAT. 3 late accounts from South Australia we u .derslahdj'fWt large portions pYiahd we in preparation "for the reception bf ge« wheat ; and as the líawk^sbury distrii more than any other ofeifuel extent in Ne South W>les, j ia jpecuKarty adapted f th« growth of that efrain srrtne PROTECTII will be required for the purpose of keepit foreign produce Out;of the Ookmy¿'juni /?pfjf Agriculturists ape the, necessity of er ipïoyJUg.:?...theft"fef.tdjs ^apres iq,f raisir . .of her productions of « mofe pfó%taj}lef kin AVe'-will here quote >for the .information;t ' our ...

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

MORETON BAY ( The Pastoral Association of this district hà'dbeén dissolvfed, bàt a new one instil«* ;tëd i«i it& jpíité'i, under the title of"T«a, Moreton1 Bay District Association/' which» in. addition to advocating aud protecting the squatters" interests, was to advance the welfare..of.the district, hy opening uéw'and more.accessible roads, for the conveyance of produce for export, and to maintain those already in existence in repair, and to take'measures for the providing of the labour required in the district, in refereNÇe to'which one of the speakers remarked^ jthat the Governor had promised him tq forward 150 of the expected exiles to Woretón Bny ' on their arrival, provided that the settlers would promise to support them on 'their landing atliri^bduè, until such-time as they procured engagements. The firs't object to be carried into effect -was theisurvey of the harbour, towards which the^balauce of the funds of.the late association were directed to be applied-. ¡ . A...

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

S KNGkISH NEWS. WÁnsAw.-A letter from Warsaw says 14 "A singular discovery has made it possible to prosecute with inore activity the works of the fine hanging bridge over fche Vistula to Join Warsawafld'Hfagij^.: On demolish ing an ancient Roman Catholic Chapel, to clear the approaches to the bridge on the Warsaw side, there were found in the foundation two barrels filled with flue gold, of the value of three millions francs, which will, be employed in the completion of this remarkable work." ' ft EMT ACQUISITION OF GREAT BRITAIN -?The British government has taken for mal possession of the Mosquito kingdom, on the American continent. The British flag was hoisted on the Gi h of Tnly, at Blewfield, the head-q'uarters of the British diplomacy, under a salute of guns and the hurras of the people. Mr. Walker, for merly Colonial Secretary and Chief Judge of Honduras, is one of the commissioners appointed by an ordinance of the late king to govern the kingdom during the minority ut the kin...

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

L t"rn-PORT PHIÚbfPV ; diié^^mmfTléket^¿lá¡É(re holder« H inithç ïdislrtel* <íf Jlîeibôurne, Pprtlandi and, Q^f^oBg« shall find, f we i8#eitie8 «f d>5 ? each, sp ss, f« 3lhe) e Vçut,.oft the** ; i«oal-; gejncesl)ßihj| cancelred.jthu amount «lay ¡ coVer the expense .«f t^èir transport! fer. sydoe^.^hictt. aa hiány' órth'erii will heJ w holly iirtáblé to procure' ' Bondsman-lhese inea will havb toTéturhHb thë middle dis : tficts of theÎBolony.. The «*SUadard'í au tacks the Governor for tbisneiv regulation, as being à virtual withdrawal df labor from, ¡ this " ill-Used'provioce, arid the means of, inflicting a hardship on the Tictet-of-Leare holder, burl great inconvenience to the sett lets ' The new theatre had opened, anti from the account given- of ita embellishments and decorations* appears to be equal to any of the minor houses in London, The Corporation of ftleibourne hpd shewed ari amendment in their ways by: undertaking the clearing away of all roots » nd «tüinps ...

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

ENGLISH HORSES. We extract from the evidence of Mr. lt. Tattersall! before the Lords' Com initiée on '?*'<xk^in^*']»wfóllow¡ngW teresting notice of ßagKsh Morses and foreign purchasers . * ; Aré not the Germans Anxious to oro* mote racing, believing thal by so doing tliey will improve the bréed'of horses? Upwards of thirty years ago, when I first sent horses ta Germany, to my friend Daron Biel, the great breeder, and the man whose horses won all the races was Count PJeesón of fvenack. His blood was so valuable that a stamp was put upon every horse bred by him» and they sold for a fiiuch higher price, h than any other, and won most of Ute, races. I then sent Baron Biel o,véjr a . ' few thorough-ht ed mars! and a stallirjh'? i! At first no one would buy his stock, so he was obliged lo train them, and they .. won everything. They then discovered a thorough bred English horse was better ti^an a native Qeti$&tM fiaron BÎcisoidnîs^ large-^"ri ces. After a time other Ger...

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

PICTON. Two notorious bushrangers who, after a hot pursuit, had been captured with stolen horses in their possession, contrived to effect their escape from the lock-up at this place. The mode of escape wes by the re- moval of one of the stones of the build- ing, and although a subsequent account states that they slipped their handcuffs which had been placed on them to secure

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 22 May 1845

TERMS. TA* HAWKESBURY: roüiticu wjU continue to be pub lished every Thursday morning, in Windsor and Richmond, and forwarded to all parts of (ht Country, ike terms of SuBscnnrroN ure ns. per Quarter ; and Subscribers not resident in either of the above towns, must pay in advance. The quarters end on the last Thursday in the months of March, June, September and December,on which days on'y or previout to the following Monday can resignations be received, which must be accompanied by pay» meat rf all monies due. Ike chirgcs for ADVERTISEMENTS are : For t\e first inch 3s.; and for every inch of space after, ut the rate of ls. foi-each insertion ; a td the num. ber of tim. s ta be ¡ublished must be written on-the face of the manuscript, or the advertisements will be continued lill countermanded, Kon-subsci ibère must fay the amount previous to the insertion of their udve tisements, u>h:ch must be sent before twelve o'clock mon, on Wednesday, and O'den to withdraw not Inter than M-mday...

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"HAWKINSBURY COURIER." THURSDAY, MAY 22, 1845. DISTRICT COUNCILS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 22 May 1845

. ;?? .. n ii m ? i. ? 'TAU Imperial % Vic.,X3¿Íp.*%, «oder which the existing-constitution of the Colomy has bf en ¿granted, directed the es. tablishment throughout the country of Dis trict Councils, "upon Tibien dévolves, amongst other matters, the providing for the expense of Police and Gaols, aBd the ' formation and maintenance of Roädsand Bridges. His Excellency the' Governor has 'taken on himself to defray the charges of ' the Police and Gaols for the currant year ' out of the général revenue of the Colony j he ha's also undertaken -to cause-some of "the bridges and main Toads to be repaired '-facts which clearly show, "that His Ex ' 'celle'ncy, however desirable he may con ' sider the introduction of Hi system "of self-' government, is *f Opinion, either that the District Councils as defined in the Act of Parliament, are totally unsuited to the cir cumstances of the Colony, or that théy are imperative, being by 'the ivery terms of their charter, rendered ab agendo. . It was a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 22 May 1845

NOTICE;. Begs leave tb acquaint the Public tba' he has received] instructions frórn the Pro prietors to Sell by Public Auction, on SATURDAY, the 31st Instant, at Mr. Blanchard's, While Hart Inn," at 12 ó'clpék'precisély, _ ^ , , 100 Head of a Mixed HW of "Horned Cattle, consisting of Superior Milch Cows, Bullocks, fleifers, &c. Terms made known at the Sáléi Wiv4m, May^Ö,,1845. . Notice. Tl jfR; LABAN WHITE will sell by dV4 Public Auction, oh SATURDAY, tbe,3isèÎQf May* l istant, -at the Stores of Mr. : TEBBUÍT, á quantity of Merchandise, consisting, of-Piece Goods, Üftté, bhoés, Ironmongery, Glàssj Crockery Ware, Irish fork* American Flour, a quanti.y.of Uar Iron, with numerous other articles. -, -? ; 1'#rms Cash; Windsof, «ist May, 1845. ?_' '?.'JSjii ' ? . .. ? Stationer j. ON S ALE, at the O Bee of the " Hawkes bury Courier," George street, a good stock of assorted Stationery, just received, consisting of Fine folio Úoit Fine quarto ditto Gilt edged tinted satin Post, ditt...

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NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 22 May 1845

NEW ZEALAND. , '< THE following intelligence, deceived "per the Co«ici,from Port -Nicholson and Nelson, New Zealand, to' the 4th instant, will be read with much interest ; and coming as it does from the highest authority, may be* implicitly relied upon r In the Legislative Council, on the 1st, April, His Excellency the Góver or stated, with reference to the' Ute disasters and hopes for the future-peace and secuiity of¿ the inhabitants-^- ? i " That all the accounts that he liad re-' ceived from the natives were most satis-' factory; and, es far as he could rely on? them, they were determined to support British authority rather, than be led away by any native chief. He had persons in various quarters to Watch their movements,; so that he might have ali infimátíon of hostile movements ; "but they were all dis-' posed to abide by the treaty of Waitangi-' the Magna Charta of New Zealand. In' the north, near the Bay of Islands, the ua-i tives had already begun to show their di...

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VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 22 May 1845

VAN DIEM EN'S LAND. Every clay's transaction in the grain market and every information which we obtain, induces us to believe the more firmly that a rise in wheat must take place. The principal, wheat growers who have not been forced to thrash out for the maikets until their other fanning operations were finished, now find that the yield is far shorter than could have been expected from the appearance of;he ears -seeing much of the grain which was ap parently full has been blighted, and the produce is either nothing or a small poor worthless graiu. We have long said that the oulv causes for the markets not tisiog have been the depressing influence of the tenders, and the pour of grain into the mark ets caused by the necessities of the poorer settlers. There is little do.ibt that wheat must be from 6». to 7-s. before next haivest. Perhaps higher, for we are convinced that there is a short supply, lt is ascertained rier. . - 1 " ' ? |The feeliogÄgaioBtthe Prpbatípó system was daily in...

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WINDSOR POLICE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 22 May 1845

WINDSOR POLICE. TUESDAY, MAT 20.-*Before William Co*. Esq., J. P., L. t>. Whitaker, Esq., J. P., aili S L. Scarvil, Esq., J. P. Mr. Henry Hudson appeared on summons . to answer the information pf Mr. George Shirley, Chief Constatóle of Windsor, for, that being the proprietor of a certain stage carriage called the Päckdt, he did on the first day of May,' instant, cause to be used oa did employ, OR cause io be employed, the said stage carriage, for the conveyance of passengers, without having ditly painted in words at length and inlegible and con« spicious letters, one inch at least in height, and ou the back of the stage carriage, &c. Mr. Lambton supported the information and Mr. Plaistowe conducted the defence The 'information being read, the defend, ant pleaded not guilty. Mr. Plaistowe for the defendant, took a preliminary ob*, je ct ion, that the infoimation was bad for uncertainty, inasmuch as it did not state with a sufficient degree of precision, the offence with wh...

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