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SUPREME COURT. SITTINGS IN NISI PRIUS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 22 May 1845
SUPREME COURT. SITTINGS IN NISI PKIUS. TUESDAY, MAY Iß.--Before His Honor Mr. Justice Dickenson and a jury of four. Macdonald v Campbell. This case was by mutual consent referred to Mr. Hustler, to be settled by arbitration, the plaintiff pay ing the costs of the star. Holmes ». Smith This was an action of assumpsit brought against the defendant, Mr. John Smith, au attorney of the Su preme Court, to recover compensation for a loss alleged to have been sustained by the plaintiff, in consequence of the neglect of the said détendant in preparing a certain mortgage. Messrs. Foster and Fisher appeared for the plaintiff, and Messrs. Windeyer and Broadhurst for the defendant. Evidence went to show want of proper in structions to defendant's clerk. The jury found a verdict for the defendant. WEDNESDY, MAV 14.-Before His Honor Mr. Justice ABeckett and a jury of four. O'Connor v. Fisher. This was an action for trespass and false imprisonment, the defendant having given the plaintiff in custod...
AGRICULTURAL REPORTS, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 22 May 1845
AGRICULTURAL REPORTS, &c. TUB laie Floral, Horticultural and Agricultural Reports have by no means verified the expectations which those oí former years gave rise to. To what can we attribute this failing off in matters which promised to operate so prospe rously? The causes unhappily are too manifest, and have clearly. arisen from that commercial phrensy, which has at tacked and continues to prey on the ma jority of the inhabitants of this country, and to the indomitable desire of speedily becoming rich. These manifestations are fatal to a new Colony, for the sta bility of a nation floes, not depend jmj commerce which does not Ja any way tend to tlie moralization oitftspopnlaUon 4 Commerce is, doubtless, a great and noble pursuit, but unless it is supported by agriculture, those nations who devote themselves to it exclusively, ènjoy but an ephemeral prosperity ; whilst on the other hand, such as cultivate »he soil, will endure as long as the earth itself. It is not my intent...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 22 May 1845
"l!\\VkF\l!!li\ I'OIIIIIÜ; AND GENERAL PRINTING OFFICE, &lt;SS@5E©3S gOT&JSOTT, -wi»a&a&lt;DiBa LETTER-PRESS PRINTING of eiyry description performed with neatness and dispatch, at Sydney prices, namely, Law Forms, Bill Heads, Cards and Labels, Circulars, Postera and Handbills, '&c.,&c.,&c. KEQUIRED NEWSPAPERS of the following dates ï-Mày 24, and November 7,1844,of The Australian] Daily Journal ; November 6, 1844, of Tfie Sydney Morning Herald ; aud November 9, 1844* of-7*e "Morning Chronitû, fer' which One Shilling each will be given, at the Hawkesbury Courier Office.
MIMOSA OR WATTLE GUM. (From the Australian.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 22 May 1845
-?»-» - MIMOSA; OB. WATTLE GUM. (From the Australian.J THE success of the colonists of South Australia, in their collection and ex portation of wattle gum, has caused ¡mi: tation by the people of Van Diemen's Land and New Zealand. In New South Wales, no one has ever collected the gum of the mimosa except children, who are fond of it. This tree has hither to been cut down for the value of its bark,which affords a strong tannin; and the bark, as well as the tannin itself, has bzen exported both from New south Wales and Van Dicmen's Land, since the foundation of the two colonies. A question now arises, which is the most valuable-an annual crop of gum until the tree dies, (we believe this tree decays in less than twenty years,) or the value of the bark, and the consequent destruction of the tree 1 We suppose nobody will doubt that the gum of an acre of wattles would greatly exceed the interest of the sum which, on their being cut down, the bark would realise. At all events, let it be ta...
THE DECEPTION. A TALE OF REAL LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 22 May 1845
TH E DEC ETTIÖ W. A TAÍE Of REAL LIFE. was on a blight sunshiny day, in thc 'month of August, 183-, tliat a tra. veiling chariot with four post-horse« Avas «cen rapidly descending a steep hil! in the evirons of Bordeaux. One glance .at the handsome equipage would remove all doubt of its being English, although the appearance of its sole occupant showed Jew of those characteristics that distinguish our countrymen. He was a young man of about nine-and-twenty, tall and well made ; but the colour ol his eyes, of the deepest blue, scarcely -accorded with the dark complexion and jet black hair that seemed to proclaim him of Eastern rather than of European origin. His neatly-trimmed moustache, setting off a handsome mouth and teeth of feminine delicacy and whiteness, added to his foreign appearance, which "was further increased by the addition of sundry rings and chains, not exactly in keeping with the simplicity that usually marks Ute well-dressed Englishman, The traveller was Sir Caversh...
THE TRIBUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 22 May 1845
%he lowly" Vettt-4W witWa ä'äbweritai told ^:^;w*r^.« -î?:^; ^ WÄJ ^rgotÄ in ^eûtliV stlentf ^ glooms ... . \ -, ?The ohce^oyed FRIEND, now motionless and i -.- cold, "?? ./; I ^ffad Bcarce one tribute i#er Jtis jôneïyf " ' tomb. " " ';* . ' , ~ J.,., * _ ' I " ?».,-..? t ?Tbere liad the tose been set, but it had died There the rich tulip, but its bulb did rot ; ^TShe shed a tear as o'er the scene she. sigh'd, \ And planted then * lone "Forget-me not:' Tears pass'd away, and age had o'er her brow Set his deep mark ; again she sought the spot; ^Pride's splendid monument was nowhere now, .But near his grave bloom'd one " -Forget -me-not." 'It was affection's tribute in her youth ; And though her youthful freshness long had past, Ht bloom'd an emblem of that inward love vVhich will through life in spit it last.
Varieties. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 22 May 1845
has often beei|rjreinark^» ^rc,a roirfor! Well then, we liave nour before &lt;«s the «« Vicksburg Daily ^Whig.^Tb^heîÂndi ult,, and how revolting the reflection 1tt presents of Society in the United States Î in its advertising columns are ôtféréd for sale,among other commodities, the; following 4--« A. yery'likely nej^oman, aged 26 ; 200,000 feet of seasoned tim ber ; SO acclimated slaves, consisting of men, women, boys, girls, and a few chil- i dren ; ¿OOlbs. of hogsheads and jowls ; a likely negro girl, 13 years old ; 10 half barrels of mackerel ? a likely wo: man and her two children ; ISO barrels ' mess pork; several likely negroes $ Mrs. Gore's new novel, &lt;* the Birthright." ; A reward of £5 is offered for the re: covery of " a dark brown mare, stolen orstrayed 1" and *' a negro boy," cap: tured on suspicion of being "a runaway" is advertised as being *'committed to gaol," until '** the owner oomes forward, pays charges, and takes him away ; fail: ing which, ...
SYDNEY SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 22 May 1845
SYDNEY SHIPPING NEW«. ARRIVED; RIAÍTI3.-The yatch Avenger. 1.5tone, Mrowri, master, from Moreton Bay the 2nd liiataut, in m ballast. w l-l.-Th* brig William, 149 tons, I Lom, mas» I ter, from Newcastle, with coa's. 14.--The Bcbooner -Will Watch, 65 fons, M'Kenzie, mister, dom the Sandwich laleands, the 8th Febiuary, Tahiti the 5:h, and Jlaiatea the 10th Ai:rit wiih sugar, sperm oil, &3. 14.-The barque Kitty, of London, Slz tons, Gerrere Benson, master, from the whaling grounds, with 1,161 barrels sperm oil. Left London 28th May 1842. 15- The schooner Columbine 67 tons, Stiat I ton, master, from Feejees 23rd March, and Tongataboo tho ttel April, with cocoanut oil, &c ; 16. -The brig Dorset, Qt tonä, Walsh, mas ler, from Adelaide ibe loth instant, with .wheat,, gum, &c. 17. -The schooner Comet, 91 ton«, Cork, master, from Wellington the 28th Ultimo, and Nelson the 4ih ins tint, with suudms. SÄILBJJ, MAY 14.-The schooner Castlereagh, Clark, master, for Analam, S...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 22 May 1845
BIRTH. The Lady of his Excellency the Governor of New Zealand, of a daughter, at Auck- land, on the 22nd March. DEATHS. CARRINGTON, Horatio Nelson, Esq., Soli- &nbsp; citor, of decline, in the 39th year of his age, at his residence in George street, on Friday last, the 16th instant, very sin- cerely regretted by his friends and ac- quaintances. &nbsp; TEGG, Mr. James, formerly a book-seller in Sydney, son of Thomas Tegg, .Esq. of Cheapside, London, aged 37 years, at the North Shore, on the 16th inst.
TAHITI. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 22 May 1845
T AHI T I . THE 'Will Watch' which arrived yester day from Tahiti, although a month later than our last arrival, brings us nothing in the shape of news. The French were stM in possession of Tahiti. H. M. S. " Collingwood," although anxiously look?d for, had not arrived up to thc 5tii April. The only British vessel there .vas the *. Salamander," steamer. The island was in a tranquil stale, but thc natives were determined never to yield to the autho ity of the French.-Aus tralian.
HOMEBUSH RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 22 May 1845
HOMEBUSH RACES. WEDNESDAY, MAY 21.—We are happy to find that our old favorite Race Horse, JOR- ROCKS, has once more been successful, hav- ing won the Metropolitan Stakes of five sovs &nbsp; each, with 50 sovs. added for all horses, weight for age, three miles, having beaten &nbsp; Mr. Cftoberts* Lottery abd Mr J. Roberts' &nbsp; British Yeoman. Mr. Higgerson,' rider- Really the old Horse ought to be crowned ' with laurens on his arrival in Windsori "We ask, who is theres who will not posBess i themselves of a correct likeness of Jorrocks, &nbsp; to be had only at this office-if it were only, with the view of remembering his perform- &nbsp; anees when he ts nb möre. To-day he is entered to run for the Bungarribee Purse of fifty guineas, presented by the Officers of the East India Company's Bungarrabee Depot, with a sweepstakes of five sovereigns each, two and a-half miles weight for age, which we sincerely hope he will carry off as he has done ...
Varieties. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 29 May 1845
Varieties. Why is flannel like mahogany ? Be cause it invade intp draw^rB.-f-'V^uy jts dandy like* dog 1 ^Because 'he bas -mon foliar tuan? ' .shirt. f: ] ' "'-y ' * ; Ait, AFpucTmNATE LETTEtt.-David Fender **. popping the question" in a fetter, con»' pltíded tbus>-And should you say yes, toy ?dear Mary, I will truly be your J). Fender." , ME, Hopto oU OVfiH-TAiED AN» U«DER-' . Min LABWB -^-^ As my works testify, I am ot tbe working class, myself, and in my working sphere furnish employment for many hands, in j eluding paper makers, draughtsmen, engravers, compositors, pressmen, binders, folders, and stitchera/aud critics, ell receiving a fair day's work, ftty gains consequently are limited-not nearly so enortnoas as have been realised upon shirts, «lops, shawls, &c-curiously illustrating how a mnn or a woman might be ' clothed with ; curses BS with a garment.' My fortune may be expressed withouts long row of those ciphers. .-O's at once significant of hundreds of thousan...
THE DECEPTION. A TALE OF REAL LIFE. (Continued from our last.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 29 May 1845
-A TALE OF REAL LIFE. (Continued from our last.) *K'dT long after his departure Sir Cavé .liam, urged by a pressing letter; bogs to feel thc necessity of leaving also ,; ac .lie dropped some words of his intenlic to Dolores. She made no answer ; bi 'the extreme paleness of her counterpane -alarmed and touched him. His was ni an uncommon ciraracter : il united grei .Aveakness of resolution with violet passions. We have already sat tliát in the handsome person of tli /Baronet lhere were contrasts (lu .left^doubtful whether he was of Kure ''?''"???^Mirótiglñ.'"'-;:- In Tact he had Easier Iblopd in his veins : and Europe am Asia were e ven less blended in "his ap -pearance tliap in hts character. Hi mother was a beautiful Circassian "whom hts father, travelling in thos 'countries, in a fit bf romantic enthusiast) converted to Christianity, and married and from lier lie inherited the warm tem ^perament that belongs to thc people o -lier country, j From thc same source hi 4ook a certain i...
OCCUPATION LICENSES [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 29 May 1845
OCCUPATION LICFNSES At eleven o'clock, of Thursday ih&lt;? I9tli day I of June, wül bo put up tc auction, at tbe Be?era' ^iffcrtUer inwrwW^ m ty *e ©blamed fr^theSur^ «dd re«. ! peering ih* X£mdlti&toí f«)mlll**CoToniaJ Tr«a. *uref;a)3d *ttue Polic^Offietöf'fjte District. nm COLONIAL wíAsuair. (Tile up8«t|irico of eáclí loi is per «ectienof ' "-649 aeres.) i -Brisbane, ?640 acres ,r pariah, upnsmed near Murrurundi, about ive miles «orth-ewt from Murrurundi.! F ^' ' ' ' v & Brisbane,;61i) acres; parish unnamed, ne»r Murrurundi. ' -. , , -Phillip, $40 acres, parish "unnamed, at the Kelgoolah mountain, í. 1> 4 Phillip, 643 acres, parish unnamed, at Wid den,%î^eTiôadir Widden. Cteek. 5 Phillip, 640 acnes', parish madamBd, near 6^ Bathurst, 640 acres, parish of Nevile, 7\feathurst640 acres; pariahí of Shaw. 6 Bathurst,640 acres; parish of Osborne. 9 Bathurst, 6 (0 acres, parish : unnamed, at Cumbiamblnb. JO Bathurst, 563 acres, parish unnamed at Cumiamblab. Si,...
From the Gazette. PROCLAMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 29 May 1845
From the Gazette. J?nO|^aMÄTIpN> By h¡3 Excellency Sir George Gipps, Knight Captain-^eneral find Governorsn-Cftief o : the iVrjtory pf* Ne» South -Wàles, and its Dependencies and VicB, Admiral bf the same, &P.J&C.. In pursuance ' ot° tbe sutbo.-ity in me, vested - by a certain Act of fbe: Imperial Pnrliamrnt of Great Britain «nd Ireland, passed in tbe 5th and 6th year of Mer Maj'ssty'* iloign, intituled " An Act far regulating the sale of WastB Lands be longing to the &lt;Crówa in theAustralian Colo nies," I do hereby notify and proclaim, that at' eleven o'clook of, Wednesday, tbe il tb June next, the following portions of Crown Lands: will be offered for, sale by publio;auction, fat the Colonial Treasury, ïa Sydney, at tba upset price affixed to each respectively, on (he terms «hfl : conditions, and under tbe provisions of die fbove redted Act/ (Deposit 10 per cent,) - ¡ SUßU-RBAN LOTS. (Upset price £5 per «ore.)' i Auckland, 4* Sr, parish'cf Bimtnill, at...
"HAWKESBURY COURIER." THURSDAY, MAY 29, 1845. THE GOVERNOR AND THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 29 May 1845
LEQï SLATIVE C0WC1L. Ws have in common with most of OB *: fellow colonists, been looking forward'witl some degree of anxiety tpjthe ,next;v»eet * ing ot the; Legislative Council, which wa ' generally expected to take place on th « JXHh bf-next month :* our readers, however vwill perceive that the Council stands , fur ., * Iber prorogued to the 8th of July *¿ and i ,.- , :is very probable that the members wil * not even then assemble, as no mention i * *níáde in His' ':Excelíeri'cy"s_ proelamatioi " tliat a session will be holden on that day and that the members will be summoned '%o attend accordingly.''. ît; ;^woujd BeiSm that His Excellency ii v '"determined;'nptip^l^hèfCouncil.togethei ? ; foy^ the ;despa1ch' of business, till he ha , - recedvfidarJwces -"Trpm^the Home Govern. 'nient. *f¿ this; s|ep Ij^is po doubt guidée ",' . by prudence and wise policy. H e is awan thèt'théré arc severa) measures obnoxious : tq the Coqnc0, which he is, as matten now stand, bound to carry t>ut...
SUPREME COURT. SITTINGS IN NIS[?] PRIUS.. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 29 May 1845
Toip;f»AY*i^|^2Ó,---Bfífore His Honor Mr. Justice Dickinson auda Jury of four. Jr:fiMdarin^^faigiMm' action was brought by the plaintiff. Samuel Baldwin, to recover from ^the . tieUMidant, Thomas M'Culloch, the balance of an account for »^MáÉ££ÁBmh9J^¡Tr' The defendant was trustee ~undfyihe will of ;Mr*iLa|lÄ8fcÄÄdf4Parchs 1841, and with whom ¿be; plath ti If« «was under an engagement as stockman, at a station at. Murrumbidgee,tor £4Q A-f*". The de fendant continued wfth him on the same terms, tot about eighteen months after wards. ; ,. .. lr . ./*>; Counsel for 4be plaintiff,5' Mr. Darvall ; for the defendant Mr. Wihdeyej. The prigiqai díimamijtvas £©. The de fendant, had, given Baldwin *j£10, and had since -the commencement of,the,action paid £30 into Court as-the whple amèunt due to him. ' ' .' . fcVejrdicUpr4lW44B^^Mfc>' £42 10i including the £iOpaid>;aad;de|riages ls. îÎo^onë'FtKiîbT^HûtclphsoM Bell, Ed ward Thbm'tó!:BÍ)itVet^ 'taCT^omas Bar ket, ]E^qutreV; T?P^^^$HJK%...
THE DESERTED. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 29 May 1845
-»»iwfcn^aVMi «trifesfiu vain* * V - i %or har d1 is the straggle, and keen isthe pain; ^ í *F«st 'flowl*e,i»adgears' -from,bçr deep* sunken eye, ' ?* ^ndmpt>nrrjto~tièrbospnif as sigh'follows _ , .j "She feels she's deserted, and yet cannot blane, . --But thinks VHh emotion on his still hallowed ñamé ; : : 1 ' She recals to her memory the yeats that; ^ are past,; ; ', ' r' '! jf ? "And rèflëcts o'er the d»Ja that(were too 'bright to" last. ^er morns then was «upshioe j her;noonday was cleat, Andday eeèm'd an age, till evening drew near ; *When she'd watch at the window his pre« T since to greet, f^Till at length ha'd appear, her love-smile -tomeet, 'She wôuïd then tell her ' Fondness~for he was to her "An image of worship, from whom none _ -could aetêf ; She would watch every, look with a pleas-. ing delight» *And could dwell, ah ! forever, on [the rap turous sight. 'Alas ! the scene is now changed-you see her no mote With that smile On her cheek, as you saw her before ; -And th...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 29 May 1845
. TERMS ?*"?.. T&1 H AWKESDUnV f'OÜlttEn to fc^pUP. lislud every Thursday morning, in Windsor and Richmond, and forwarded to all parts of th j Country. ' Tn« terms of SuBsonipnoN &lt;ct« 5s. per Quarter ; anti" Subscribers not resident inetdter af tkenbove towns, mmtpay in advance. The quarters end an the lust Thursday in the mouths of March, hine, September und Derember, on which days on'y or previous to the following Monday can ressgnutims be received, which must be cccom^anLdby pay ment of alimonies due. The chtrges for A oVEUTISEMENTS are : For, tko first inch 3s.; and for every inch of space after, ut the rateof is. for each insertion ; and the num. ber af tim s tn be ¡ uhlishcd must be written on the face cf th» manuscript, or the adoerthemcnts will be continued till countermanded. Kon-subscHbe s must fay the amount precious to the insertion of their udve tisemenis. which must be sent before twelve o'clock n.wn, on Welnesiay, and o&lt;dtrt te withdraw, ...