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ODD FELLOWSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 12 June 1845

O D D FALLOW S HI P. ' The Australian Grand Lodge of tue In dependent Order of Odd FeH'o]ws/%iHM6Ít Windsor on Wednesday next||Or>lhe pur pose t)f establishing a Branch Lodge of their Order in this town, under thé désig nation of «« The Ún i ted Loyal Hawkesbury j Lodge," After it has been dedicated and j opened in due form-by the Gr, M. and ófes-1 ce rs of (lie Australian Gmnd ILodge, it will then move !in procession , : to St*. Matthew's Church, acçbmpànted Uy visiting ' officers and brethren from the various Lodges in Sydney, Parramatta, &e. Know ing as we do, that the principles upon1, which the Order is fbnnded.afe those that; ought to be widely disseminated, we have great pleasnse in presenting to the : notice of our readers, the introductory ad- ; dress published ia their Book of Laws. " The cultivation of Friendship, the plea-: sures of good Company, the improvement of -Morals, the advancement of Benevolence and Charity, are the primary objects-for. the attainment...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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ENGLISH EXTRACTS. (Continued from first Page.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 12 June 1845

E N G LI S H EX TUA CTS. CVontihuedfrom first Page J, .. The revenue for the year ending 5th Januafy, 1845, exceeded the expenditure by £3.368,274 4s. 21, and one-fourth of that sum,.or £842,068 Us, had therefore, according to custom, been devoted to the sinking futid for the reduction of the na tional debt. The increase on the revenue of the year ending as above was £1 163 595; and on that of the quarter £493 916 Every »department of the revenue had, moreover, exhibited an increase more or less, thus indicating an equal and well-di vided prosperity in every branch of trade. in the Church the spirit of party was raging with equal potency. A scheme was ^a-foot for the introduction of lay " readers" or " deacons/" to assist the clergy in the exposition of the Scriptures. Great opposition was offered to it ; but efforts were being made to enlist the clergy in its favour. The Archbishop of Canterbury bad-announced his intention of bringing mitten to a crisis by calling a meeting of the ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 12 June 1845

MARRIED. BURGIS, William Grinsell, Esq., to Sophia, second daughter of the late Thomas   Dargin, Esq., by the Revd. Mr. Adam, at the house of Mrs. Dargin, in George- street, on Saturday last, the 7th instant.           DEATH.       WATSFORD, Mr. James, many years coach Proprietor, at his residence in Parramat- ta, on Sunday, the 8th instant, in the 61st year of his age, sincerely regretted by a numerous circle of friends.    

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SUPREME COURT. SITTINGS IN NISI PRIUS, [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 12 June 1845

SÜPVEME COURT. :. SITTINGS IN NÎSI Pntüs, ; MONPAV, JUNE 2.*- Before His Honor theCbief Justice and a special jury of 12 ; : Dent and others t>. Salting-»This was an ; action to recover £1000 from the Austra lian Général Assurance Company, on a po licy of Insurance effected for the plaintiffs, ? merchants in China, by Mr. Richard,Jones ; on a quantity of sandal wood shjpped on board the " Islay" in 1843. ' Counsel for the- plaintiffs'-Messrs. XV in deyer and Broadhurst ; for the defendant,1 MeSsrs. Foster,Darvall and Fisher. ???",??-? ;'" " After the ievidencer¿=of Mr.î Jonem had been heard, the'counael for the defence con sented' to a verdict. The jury, by His Honor's direction, found a verdict for the plaintiff-Damages £1000 Ju ROBS FINED -The following gentle men were severally fined £3 for non attendance as jurors, viz : Messrs. John ; .Fairfax, Robert Dawson, Pelham DuttoD, Leslie Duguid, Henry Ferris, and Thomas Cadell, juhr^The jury list was called ovei twice during the da...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 19 June 1845

TERMS. Th* H AWKESDunv Countsn will continu» to bs pub-. Hiked every Thursday morning, in Windsor au i Richmond, and forwarded io all parts of .thf Country. The terms of SUBSCRIPTION «re Ht per Quarter i and Subscribers not resident in tidier of the abm* towns, must pay in advance. The quarter* end on the last Thursday in the months of March, J wit, September, and December,on which dayson'y or prevwustoihefollowing Monday can resignations be receiveil, which must be accomputil d by pay ment nf all monies due. I he chirges for ADVERTISEMENTS are : For t'e first inch 3«.; and for every inch of space'after, at the rate of ls for each insertion ; and the num. ber ot' tim.s tn be ¡ ublUhed must be written OH the face of the manuscript, or the advertisements will be continued I ill countermanded. h ón-subscribe . s must fay the amount previous tn the insertion of their adte tisements. wh ch must be sent btform twelve o'clock n KM, on Wednesday, and o. den to withdraw, not LiUr than Mmday ...

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WINTER. (From the German.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 19 June 1845

% %Z* itt ;«MT"«4' "f From tie Garmtm'J - / *Öld White* lie ne er puts a fir« on, .*A>t0ro"y*soúí *dä tough¿, *His flesh aslfirrn las hammered iron, * No bhtsrfpr hitù tooTTôuéh. - '."¡". ' : %e b^theWdiestntttien He burns no sick-room tapers ; \ *His house it freezes ** tint and ben : He feels uo sweats nor vapours. Hu ° He makes hts toilet out of dotirs He never airs his shirt ; 4ie has no colics, toothachesrtores By nothing is he hurt, IV. 'Him no sweet flowers, nor summer tints, Nor song of birds can charin ; ^HeshunshoHires, drinks **nae het pints" Hâtes everything that's warm. V. 'When foxes bark upon the heather, Wood crackles on the grate. And all rub hands thro* stress of weather, And show their shivering state VIV When rocks are split, and bones are brittle, Clothes rustle, pitchers break, 'The rogue he disna care a spittle, ' His sides are like to crack. Vir. *His winter pàlàce far away He builds \ipon ther Pole, , '"His summer-house he rents iu May . High up- in the T...

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NEW ZEALAND. THE BRITISH TROOPS REPULSED BY THE NEW ZEALANDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 19 June 1845

NEW ZEALAND, THK BRITISH TROOPS REPULSED BY THE NEW ZEALANDERS. Wim extreme regret we announce; that i second attack-has been made by her Majes ty's troops -upon "two Native Chiefs of Nev Zealand-Heki and Rowitta-on the 9ti of May last, near the Forest of Okarkau, about'9 miles from Waimate* in the Bay o Islands. The mimher of troops, iociiidinf officers and men from the Hazard and Noril Star, together with volunteers (Bay of ls laud-* " settlers ' of course,) amounting al together to nearly 500 men, attacked tb« Pah of Heki;but after an unsuccessful effor of five hours duration tn endeavouring tu storm it,were obliged to retreat with pré cipitation Duiiug the rencontré the Britt's! sustained the loss of 15 killed and 33 wound ed. The amount of loss on the p*rt of tin New Zealanders could not be-correct Fy ns certàiued. but il is supposed to be consider able.'the military (many of them rate Irisii recruits) having bayoneted the WOUNDHC New Zealanders as they lay on the plain I The c...

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VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 19 June 1845

V A R I E TI ES. AHAB BREAD BA KI Nt).-The Arabs adhere to those principles of bread baking which have been sanctioned by the experience of ages. The very first baker of bread that ever lived must have done his work exactly us thc Arab does at this day. He takes some meal and holds it out in the hollow of Ins hands, whilst his comrade pours over il a few drops of water. He then mashes up the moistened flour into a paste, which he pulls, into small pieces, and thrusts into the embers. His way of baking exactly resembles the craft or mystery of roasting chestnuts, as prac tised by children ; there is the same prudence and circumspection in choosing a good bet tit for the morsel, the same enterprise and self-sacrificing valour in pulling it out with the fingers. -EOTHEN. NOVEL ADVENTURE.-A young gen tleman of Troy, whilst on his way up the Hudson in the Swallow, thrust him self in his sleep through the small win dow in his berth, in the forward cabin, until his feet touched the water. ...

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Original Correspondence. [To the Editor of the Hawkesbury Courier.] [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 19 June 1845

Original Correspondence» [To th J Editor of the flawkabury Courier,} Sm,-In your papar of lhe92«d ultimo, a re« port of a case was published, winch bad been adjudicated bef.-re ibu Court of Petty Setsion«, nt Windsor, stiuvriii¿ that Mr. Henry Hudson had, ou the 20th of the same m >ntb, appeared on sommons to a. awer the infoniiatioo of Mr« Gt-orge Shirley, the chief cotia able for e breach of thé Otb section of the Mags ('ouch Ai t. ll rosy ba in the recollée ion of yourself and rea-'ers that in that rrpurt I am staled lo have taken (among other objectiwni,) un objection " that there waa no proof that the coach in quec« (ion was a licen:ed coach ; that it waa an essen* ',7 l(*efljôi^ ?? ; xè^fye'MZ:^-;,-, '-t ^ ^ * !*je\\$A, on the .strength of lu« o'jectioo, ' (iiid olliere.) and that ^ ease : jrï^ehçnt.' would be fiable io an iuiormatioii ' *: under lite uiuth «UUBB of the Act iuetesd of under " iii« lomb. '?" " . t\: . My o1j»ct in noir adverting to this metier again, ia o «h...

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THE DECEPTION. A TALE OF REAL LIFE. [CONCLUDED.] [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 19 June 1845

TH E DECEPTION. A TALE OFLHBAL LIFE. [CONCLUDED:] Sir Caversham had thought it proba ble that*Gonzales might have claimed satisfaction of him ; and though he ' would not, by staying at Manheim, seem to brave the resentment of the offended family, betook care rt ihoutd'be rio sé: -cret that Baden was the place of his destination. Week, however, followed week «iter áis «rrivai-there without any news either of his victim *or'her sup posed avenger ; and such faint remorse -«s he was capable of feeling became gradually fainter, till he began to per suade himself thát'he w«s rather to be pitied for the detection, than blamed for the practice of a stratagem, so ad mirably calculated to break off a foolish .engagement without wounding the pride o'f the person forsaken. That she should have been so deeply-he might say so .perversely-attached was only a part of the ill-luck that had attended him through all this unfortunate affair. But though he reasoned thus, there were moments when that las...

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LATEST ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 19 June 1845

LATEST ENGLISH NEWS. Tun English news received by the Ganges to the 2ist February, is very important to tba Colonists. The price of wool bas, we observe, advanced according to our anticipation of last week ; and Kurland is now ia a flourishing condition. On the 4th February, Her Majesty, attended by the Princé Consort, opened Parliament. The speech, which is a lengthened one, is un usually animating. It was read with great distinctness. * ''MY Lottos AND GENTLEMEN, " I rejoice that 1 am enabted, on again meeting you iu Parliament, to congratulate you on the improved condition of the country. "Increased activity pervades 8lmost every branch of manufacture. Trade and commerce have been extended at home and abroad ; and among el! classes of my peo pie there is generally prevalent a spirit of lawful and cheerful obedience to the law. " 1 continue to receive from nil foreign powers and States, assurances of their j friendly disposition. j "1 have hid much satisfaction in re- ! reiving at...

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THE STATE OF THE BAR. [From the Legal Observer, October 26.] [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 19 June 1845

THE STATE OF THE BAR. £ From the Legal Observer, October 26.] WE always unwillingly take notice,c matters which reflect on the honour ant credit of our profession» and we fee equally nensitive, whatever branch of í is concerned, but we are more that usually pained when any two branche: of the profession are brought into appa rent collision. Our readeis, as wei professional as unprofessional, may rel} on it that the present division of laboui established in the hw is as beneficial tt the public as to the profession. Wc .hall fnot attempt to prove this. Wc consider it to be a settled axiom with all men whose opinions are worth one straw If a lawyer can be dispensed with alto gether, this may be all right ; but if a lawyer must be employed, the lawyer in hi« own department ts, let every one be ««sured, not only the best* but the cheap «st. We are not a little surprised, then, at Ute revelations of last week with respect to thc practice of lite bar of tho Central Criminal Court and the ...

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THE SQUATTING QUESTION CONSIDERED. (No. 2.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 19 June 1845

'.";frífi'>QU4TtlNG QÜESriON CÖNSiDEUED. (No. V) *THH scheme for the future occupation , Waste Lands beyond the Boundaries, .proposed by fl is Excellency Sir Geoi v Gipps, and forwarded by him to Engla in'the General Hewitt, whkh sailed the Gih April, 1844-only a day or t v' after the promulgation of the new Dept turing* Regulations-contained, as we o served in our last Number, some désirai modifications; but the impracticability the scheme with regard to the Pastoral DI * tricis of the Colony, was but too apparel By the terms proposed, a squatter mig! after five years occupation, purchase foi -homestead, a porcmu foot less than 3: .acres) of his run, but the same could a be sold for less than £1 per acre ; and if ?'(the Squatter) should not avail 'himself thu right of pre-emption, he would I liable to have his station offered for publ sale ; but if-he should^purchase the hom stead, he would then have undisturbed o cupation of his run for eight years longe xonpayiu« the usual ann...

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THE REV. W. GOODENOUGH PENNY. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 19 June 1845

THE REV. W. GOODENOUGH PENNY. *' The Rev. Wm. Goodenough Penny, M. A., student of Christ's Church,and per petual curate of Ashendon« Bucks, has re signed his studentship on conforming to the Roman Catholic faith.'"-Sun, Nov. 4, 1844. IMPROMPTU ON THE A BOTE. Our English Church is wealthy yet ! As rich, indeed, as any ; And therefore need not feel regret At patting with a Penny, The Church of Rome, pethapb, is poor. And won't the boon reject. Tho* 'twill not much increase their store, Nor add to their respect. They'll find, moreover, by-snd-bye, This " Penny? no great treat, For when his sterling worth they try, He'll prove a counterfeit, Too had for Oxford ! let him go And seek some other home ; He need not wander to and fro, HeV *' Goodenough" for Rome.

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ODD FELLOWSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 19 June 1845

ODD FELLOWSHIP/ Tun little town' of Windsor wa« agreeably. delighted yesterday by a Proçèysiptt of the . Odd Fellows, in connection with the Aw stralian Supreme Grand Lodge, who had visited the Town for the purpose of estab lishing a Branch Lodge of the Order, under the designation of " The-, United Loyal , Hawkesbury Lolgie" After the Lodge, was opened at Host Coffey.*-the Daniel O'Connell Inn-th« Brethren funned in procession, headed by the Towu Band, and proceeded to St. Matthew's Church, where ' Service was performed by the Revd. H. T. Styles, aided by the Revd. T. W. Bode nh im.: The Sermon was preached by the Revd. H. T. Styk-s from the 103rd Psalm, v. 3 - 'Bless the Lord, O my sou!, and forget not all. his benefits." The Revd. Preacher took occasion-to impress upon the minds of his hearers the duty of Charity, as one of the principal means by which they could evi dence their thankfulness for the benefits they had each received at the hands of the »iver of all good things, and...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 19 June 1845

NOTICE. JOHN' CRIFFOHD, BUILDER, hav ing removed from Richmond to fclizube¡b street ioutb, Sydney begs le.ivc io inform bis fr en<!e »nd lliAde Gentlemen in Wind sor and Iticbmond who bave Houses and Pro perty in the City, thal be is now ready to Í urosecute his lousiness HS Bricklayer and Builder, and tb >t ho will repair and unie id ictuses and Buildiugs at the shortest notice, and on tie lowest, te mi. J C. also begs leave to intimate, that Le wou'd gladly become the Agent of those whose patronage lie now solicits, to Collect Itente at n Vtry moderate discount, and lupes from honest conduct, fjood w irkraaubbip, sud email cbarges io deserve eticomagemchl and suppôt », E!ir <he h Street South, Sydney, Ju >e 13, 18iii Mr. Plaistowe, WINDSOR. Office, at Mr. Laban White's, near thc Court House. mm rfyoiv immm im^mfm 'Mú&'iwriaf.filratdv^^ M^jiuihtkomte%»t^i$fí tbf»» iu»< .|tt:«Vitl itíapóñ ot ii¡¿ whole of bis «teasira property {without ...

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ENGLISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 19 June 1845

ENGLISH EXTRACTS. -I« less than four years the continuous wail of thc fortifications of Paris, with bastions at stated distances.over ground extremely varied in its surface, has been raised to the extent of 40,000 metres, being from three to four metres in thick ness, and ten metres in height. In front of this walt a deep and high ditch has been dug, and scarps and counterscarps formed, besides eighty kilometres, or twenty miles English, of strategic or military roads. This is not all : for outside this wall, sixteen out of the intended twenty citadels have been constructed, and militarily occupied. Al this lime magazines are being erected round the fortress of Vinronnn«, «.\ ÍÍ«M¡ 'ns been nir.verird int.i a loi.ni Juble arsenal, stored with cannon, mortars, howitzers, ammunition, and large stores of every species of materiel de laguerre. _ A_cplonel of thc United States anny.. liavmg rííTíísíO tb ¿bey the commands of his superior officer, was sentenced by court marti >l by whic...

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VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 19 June 1845

VAN DIEMEN'S LAND, THE mail from Hobart Town, on Monday, has brought ns little of. interest, lt ex tends to the 3rd.June inclusive. We ap ' pend the latest market prices of Grain. í There still appears en upward tendency in wheat ; and the Hobart Town Coû ter ' states that some parcels have been sold at 5». 61. per bushel. Fine flour at the Mills £12 I0á, ed. e. d. Wheat.frrnn,.. fl 0 to 5 6 per bushel English barley 3 3 to 3 8 . * Cape ditto ,. 3 0 to 3 6 " Oats. . . 0 0 to 5 0 Marz«. 3 0 to 3 6 " 1 HSy.......0 0 to-60 0 per ton» It was reported that a great deal of speculation was going on ; but the opening of the Commissariat Tenders wit}, in a great measure, disclose the Jeal state of the market. ' LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.-His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to further prorogue the Legislative Council to Tues day, the twenty-ninth day of july .next ; on" which day it is ordpred ¿fó asteliible ./«r the dispatch of business, whe ii the Me mtiers are required to give their att...

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WINDSOR.—ODD FELLOWSHIP. OPENING OF THE UNITED LOYAL HAWKESBURY LODGE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 26 June 1845

WINDSOR.-ODD FELLOWSHIP. OPÊNIKG tit Trie UNITED LO VAL KAWKESBUIU Locos. On Wednesday last, " High Festival*' was held in the good town of Windsor, on the occasion of the establishment of an Odd Fellows' Lodge, entitled "The United Loyal Hawkesbury Lodge," a branch of the Australian Supreme Grand Lodge of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows. Thp ".PÏ'Ï* o'" ont-Jii""^'^ I'M t-i>. . y>r.w»» i-f V'V'U t'Vllortvïiip, -wttttft "lias «1 iate "b^éu maui- : Tested in Windsor, invested the proceedings with much interest, and a largé^hrnber-of. Odd Fellows, from the various Lodges in Sydney and Parramatta, attended at the ceremony. The Lodge was opened at Host Coffey's, the "Daniel O'Connell inn." The lodge room is admirably designed for the purpose to which it is dedicated. The interior arrangements are tasteful and cor rect, and reflect gieat credit on the spirited individuals who undertook the task pf executing them. '; After the Lodge Was opened, the assembled brethren Marched in...

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