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FARMERS' CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 3 July 1845

FARMERS* CAlTÉNDAR. j THE Flemish proverb has it-" No green food no càUhWnb cattle no inn: nure-no manure no corn." Draining, subsoil ploughing, irrigation» augment: ing the manure heap, and attention to cattle in the houses at presènt, should occupy the attention and engage the energies of the farmer. If water stag nates on any part of his land, or if any. portion of the manure water from hts: cattle-house or dunghill, makes its eß: cape, he is not in the way to farm with advantage.-Farmer's Gazette, _- '??*- -

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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"HAWKESBURY COURIER." THURSDAY, JULY 3, 1845. CROWN LANDS OCCUPATION. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 3 July 1845

CROWN* IÂNDS OCCUPATION. We s^l^aélîr^ %efí^îssuè fte further consideration 0f^the 80.0AWING" ^OESTtoN, in order to Jay b^^^ùrJtead" " crs a few particulars respecting nine «.' des patches-relating to the occupation of the Lands of the Crown in this Colony," which were by direction of his ÈxceUency the Governor published for general information on Saturday last, ina Gazette Extraor^ dinary ; and this we shall do without note or comment ; as our observations thereon will be properly introduced in treating of the " Squatting Question." No. 1 is a despatch from Sir George Gipps'to Lord Stanley, dated 3rd April» 1844, transmitting to his Lordship his ^Excellency's views on the administration of the unsold Lands of the Crown ; toge* ther with certain proposals" as to the .man. ner in which thijï licensed occupiers: of Crown Lands )may; be enabled on easy terms to acquire a right of property in a portion of the land they occupy. These proposals form the scheme, of occupation, spoken of as...

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THE SUTTEE. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 3 July 1845

THE SUTTEE. '{Continued."!) Contrasted with the lukewarmness of thé rest, there was a kind of loftiness of 'manner in the victim herself-a grace fulness of speech and attitude, approach ing to my conception of the sublime, or Hhe inspiration of a Pythoness at the delivery of an oracle. Perhaps the idea was purely fancied, and the reflection of "past imaginings, brought up by the ex citement'bf the moment ; but her situa tion %as sufficiently peculiar to believe 'thát my impression might have been a 'correct observation, formed on the view of a demeanor called forth by careless ness to earth and earthly things, to -which{shehad mentally said ber last fare: "well, and arising out of the aspirations "and glowing enthusiasm of her mind. After a very short rest, some baskets. ffilled with cocoa-nuts, dates, and/sugar 'confectionery, were brought and laid .before her, and she began to employ herself actively in distributing them, 'giving a cocoa-nut, or a few dates, or a 'little Of the co...

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AMERICA. POSSIBLE WAR WITH ENGLAND. (From the Hobert Town Courier, June 17.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 3 July 1845

A Brit for the Annexation of Texas to the United States has passed the- Renate. ¿Thís 1BÍU has very much divided public jlp^UVn^ sequence <>f it« ^assiugi will Jbe, it4ssiai» possible with -#iy^'cerfeiiil3r^to><predict. The* Nm» Fork fier^ et1^oa|y^!th7 thus speaks of the passage pf ^the^meSfuie wheo it was yet prospective only, and of its possible -consequences s- '?<. VJ ** Yet,Í whether;itpass this week,-or next week*-this year, or next year-rit seems to be. a matter of mere time, for pass it cer tainly will, in some shape in Congress, either now br hereafter. if it should pass in a few days, that result wónld produce a new and original crisis in the affairs of Europe; of America/and -perhaps of the whole civilized world. The same popular ; feelings, which, in this country, will have carried the Annexation of Texas, will also occupy Oregon, and go a-head in all, general movements, so far as this continent is concerned. This policy will bring...

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LATEST ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 3 July 1845

LATEST ENGLISH NE^S. Sir John Franklin has been Gazetted to thejcommand of the North Polar expedition. The Erebus and Terror have been fitted 'with screw propellers forthat service, and 'Commander Owen Stanley appointed se-; cond in command. Her Majesty returned to Brighton on the -21st February, and held a Levee on the 5tb March at St James'. Another was to be held on Wednesday the 12tb. We have heard from a source generally well-informed, that it is the intention of ^Government to make a retired list for the Navy in all its grades--after each 'officer ^has reached his 69th year. ^ Her Majesty in Council has appointed Sir M. Montefiore (a Jew) to the ofhce of' ïligh Sheriff of KVnt. Mr. Sidney Herbert was re-elected M. P. for South Wilts, on â9th 1'ebruarv, with ' out opposition. "* ' j The Hon Henry Fitzroy has been re elected for jLewjes without opposition. Several additions to the naval áccommó 'dations of Portsmouth are in progress tow -aidsjéompletion. A new steam basin, four ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 3 July 1845

Windsor. PRELIMINARY NOTICE. MR. LABAN WHITE has the honor to announce, that those very valuable extensive Business Premisas, known as '« Til E UAVYKESIJUHY STOKES," situate iii George Street, Windsor, {opposite Thompson's Square,) willi an ALLOTMENT in tho Tear fronting Macquarie street, has been pli.ced in Lis (lands for disposal. '1 he same may be purchased by Private Con tract ; otherwise, they «will be submitted to Public Competition on a day to be fixed, of which due n.itice will be given lu the mean time all particulars may be obtained on app ¡ca tión to th . Auctioneer, Edington Cottage, Win !. sor ; or to the Proprietor, Ain. BuGti JOHNSON, Portland Head. LABAN WHITE, Auctioneer and Land Agent. Windsor, 2*;h June. 1845. Bank Notice. COMMERCIAL BANKING COMPANY" OF SYDNEY. Hp HE Chairman and D rectors of the X Commercial Banking Company of Sydney, beg to repeal their Motive of 4iu April. 1844, via -- '* That the Branches of this Hank established at Maitland, Windsor, and Goul...

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TO DESTROY THE ONION MAGGOT. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 3 July 1845

-w-"» TO DESTROY THE ONION MAGGOT. I observed in a late number of the Gardeners* Chronicle, some account of the depredations committed by the maggots of the onion-fly (anthomyia ceparum) during the last summer, and the means taken to prevent them. My gardener sowed onions three litnesduring much infested by the larva of the above* mentioned insect. He succeeded, how. e ver,in cliedting its ravages hy rembving t he d iseased plants, and by epplying the following mixture :-To 20 gallons of soft water he added one peck of lime, in lumps, half a peck of soot, two gal:; lons of urine, one pound of soft soap, I and one pound of flour of sulphur. I He used it in a fresh state, as soon as the lime was sufficiently settled to pass ¡ through the rose of a watering pan ; I and the onion bed was exempt from any further attacks. He applied the same j mixture to his third crop of onions, which, in consequence, remained per: fectly free from any insect ; and the j onions produced were not only num...

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ADVENTURE WITH A BOA CONSTRICTOR. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 10 July 1845

ADVENTURE WITH A BOA CONSTRICTOR. CAPTAIN CAINS, of her Majesty's Foot, was one of the most indefaiigabl sportsmen 1 ever met with, and the en tireof bis time that could be spared fror regimental duty was passed in the jun gics. H« was a man of vast persona strength, could undergo any degree o fatigue ; in short possessed a perfectl; iron constitution. His hábits too wer anything brit luxurious--a single attend ant carrying a rifle of large bore, a smai carpet to sleep On, a limited stock o linen, and a good supply of ammuuitioi -accompanied the sportsman, whe pursued his -g.úne by day, and at nigHi sought shelter in some village, perfectl j careless as to hts accommodations ir the way of food dr lodging ; his beve: rage being,moreover.the simple element for he never carried with^ him s|orei of any kind, trusting his commissariat supplies :to rural hospitality. Tn this manner Captain Cains became well known to the natives of the country in every direction where sport was to be obtai...

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MY FIRST LOVE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 10 July 1845

*t felt shs lovett $&rf£»fÇhy, ' A emite played op he^lip'eo light, . And trued 8o"teo8«,^hitTVunil^Bt ..Well woB^erwhetbeï-joy or'woe 'tifStbomit on ber. lip to glow. " IleaYenYsoft de w-drops siemcd to stray O'er ber bl«* fy« the tw^oag d«y » .'And Unte ofmorWg catno to seek * Repose upon her tender ¿beek ; _ And oft-times there the blushing foss : Stole when the lily claimed repose. " As if in wanton beams to bear ' Sweet contrast on aicheek so fair. ^For ber 1*11twine the bridal flower, m Who loved me in my boyhood's hour. Oh 1 let me wed that love which burst In tears and «miles to win roe fir»t - That early love that twined roe round, / I (bought on earth could not be Tound ; '¿long'high-born coes I found it not, l)ut found-'twill neverhe forgot. ' ? . ? - v -

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 10 July 1845

? *. HAWKESBURY STORES. , . \ i . . ? -t ' ' . ? FLIRTHRil NOTICE. J : MR. LABAN WHITE respectfully ;^îft.fbj$»s^. intending Bidders for these highly Valuable ènd eligibly situ iteJ ; BU&ttïESS Ï^EMtSES Sn George Street, facing TîiOMtPSON'S SQUARE and WIND- j SOR .WHARF; tint in consequence of the Proprietor,: Bí«. BLIGH JOHNSON being obliged to vieil his Stations* " far in the interior, the say- of Saje .oinnot yet be fixed. *Oa Mr. J'e. return the AvcnoNCen wilt not fail 'to aj> . point a day, pf. which due Notice will be given, (unless dispose^ of ,by Private Contract in the mean time.) ' All enquiries respecting the-same may bo made to fti.lt. HÎ1ÀN WHITE, ArcnoNstm and r.AND A OE VT, Edington Cottage. Windsor. Windser", 9th July, 1845. PÉFÍ'RIÍTH AND HAWKESBURY AGRICÜLTÜR A L ASSOCUflÖ ?ï. . A., MEETING.of the COMMITTEE 1% of the above Association will take place at. 12 o'clock in the forenoon of the 14ihr July, instant, at Coffey's Hotel, Windsor* - , :y¡¡ FRS. BEDD...

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THE NAVAL LUNATICS AT HASLAR. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 10 July 1845

-THE NAVAL LUNATICS AT H ASL AR, TN no situation has the . humane sysiei of treating lunatics been carried ot 'with greater vigour than in thVRoy¡ Naval Hospital at Haslär,and no whei with niore satisfactory and gratifyin 'results. So soon as the happy consi 4 quénces of Dr. Connolly's new syster at Han well came to the knowledge c the director-igeneral of the Medical de 1 partmènt of the navy, Slr William Bur ' nett, he determined on introducing i to the govefritnen| asylum at Haslar " and lié had the good fortune to rind on * of the officers ot his own "service, Dr Anderson, a man not merely fully con vinced of its immense superiority, bu ; practically conversant with its details :For some time previous! y to his appoint *ment, Dr. Anderson has been the rest dent physician of the well-known pri 'vate iftstitulion at Denham Park, nea ' Uxbridge, whëré the non-restraint sys. 'tern wàs and is carried to tis full extent, At theperiörl of Dr. Anderson's -ap pointaient, the naval lunati...

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SYDNEY SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 10 July 1845

SYDNEY SHIPPING NEWS. _ ARRIVED. , vu JULV U-The brig Portenin. 22!, : tons, Richards, master, from New Hebrides 2nd June, with sandal wood. 1 .-The schooler Coquette, 78 tons, Rogers, master,from Tahiti l'Uh.'lluauiirw îoih »lay, and the Navigators the 4th June, with cocoanut oil, Sec. _ >. 2.-The steamer Maitland, JOS tons, Parsons, master,from Port Macquarie the preceding day, with wool, &c. ' 5. --The(PostOfficepacket)barque Peruvian, 3 4 tone, Petkethly, master, from London tho 3rd, and the Downs the 5th Marou, with mer obandise. 6. -The barque Victor, 338 tons, Morgan, mnster, from Manila the 18th April, with sugar and rice. 6. -The brig Superior, 240 tons, Bell.mBBter, from Liverpool the 19th February, with mer-, cbaudiae. fi.-The schooner ThomBS Lord, 7-> tons. Johnson, master, from Oahu, Sandwich Ismuis, he ¿2nd April, with sugar and sundries. 7, -The schooner Ari. 1, 104 tons. Lewis master, from 'lama New Hebrides, tba là.h Ultimo, with sandal wood. 7.-The br...

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UNSEAWORTHY SHIPS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 10 July 1845

UNSEAWORTHY SHIPS. Ova. attention has heen called to the Act of P»r iiamen! 5 and 6 Vic. cap IO?, " An Act for re« flating the carriage of Passengers in Merchant Vessels," which, «lihou|h it would not entirely grèvent unseaworthy vessels from being sent to sea, would, if it wore in force here, have a most salutary offset and tend much to the safety and '.eallh of that large number of persons who. in a colony like this, are compelled, to m: ke occasional voyages by sea. In ¿the first place no vessel would be allowed to take more thau th rpo persons (including crewsj (or every five lons of burthen (vessels tra ling among the ie colonies sometimes taite a passenger for every toa,) and n certain allowance of space must bo provided for every passenger. Care would be taken that a du» proportion of provisions for every passenger was put on board, instead of as now, there being no check but the cupidity of the owner. To show bow necessary some provision of this kind is, we may state that we...

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SYDNEY NEWS. THE "HERALD'S" BARREL-ORGAN. [From the Australian.] [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 10 July 1845

I SYDNEY NEWS. '' . ^ THE " HERALD'S*' BARREL-ORGAN. [From the Australian ] ? THU fourth ditty of the new Hand-Organist was ground on Saturday. The burthen of the song which accompanied it, is to render Sir George Gipps as odious us possible. From this we come to learn, that these traitors to their adopted country, finding their proposal of a freehold of a thousand miles long, and two hundred broad, (con taining 192,000 OOO acres ) quashed ; and seeing also, that the thick-headed, people of this Colony at last understand the ques tion now happily settled ; and that, more over, they aré now united as one man in throwing up their hats in the air, and shout« ing, " Stanley for ever ! "--we SBy that, witnessing these things, our neighbours have ceased their cry for freeholds ; and by the request of their patrons, are doing I what they can to make the colonists be lieve, that however the great question in its settlement may redound to the honor of ; » àû^j&tâw» fam-v a* tue, worl...

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"HAWKESBURY COURIER." THURSDAY, JULY, 10, 18[?]5. TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 10 July 1845

31 I'RGM«!^ tojfh0^^^^eáJ^^shjtíf$ o0^^ch.¡ yettie Church, of England iLmf Associa» tion iKiAi^-Tvtm^^admk^ibk^ vn^j' court t of Us personalities. 4fPeagreewith -Miàe writeî in some of his views, and more ^ " over feel fully satisfied thal one of the +princifijiK motives J/jipt ¿he^juiacipnl is, ; ' I to command an influence in any future 'élections for the Legislative ÇoùnbïL. !"""' - -' _._._ _

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SUPREME COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 10 July 1845

SUPREME COURT. TÖE BANK OF AUSTRALASIA ». T. C. BßKtLtAT AS CHAIRMAN OF THIÎ BAN'K OF AUSTRALIA -Their Honors the three Judg es have-been Sitting on the trial of this case at Bar from Monday the 23rd ult. up to the afternoon bf Friday, the 4lh instant, on which day the 'Counsel 'for the Plaintiff's -closed their case, when at the instance of the Defendant's Counsel, the matter was adjourned till Monday, the 2lst instant, an .'arrangement which seemed to meet the ap probation of all parties. Mr. Windeyer, the leading Counsel for the Defendants, has signified his intention of moving for a non shit»

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 10 July 1845

TER MS. Thu HAWKESBURY COURTER will continue to be pub" lished every Thursd<iy morning, in Windsor ani Hichmond, and forwarded to all parts of th) Country. Tlie terms of SuuscnrpTTON are Bs per Quarter ; and Subscribers not resident in either of the aime towns, must pay in advance. The quarters end on ?the last Thursday in the months of March, June, September and December, on which days only, or previous to th?following ? Monday can resignations be received, which mutt be accom¡iani d by pay» ment of all monies due. The ch'.rges for ADVERTISEMENTS are : For fie first inch 3s. ; and for every inch of space after, at the rate of U: for each insertion ; and the num. ber of tim:s to be }ublished must be written on the face of the manuscript, or tiie advertisements will be continued till countermanded, Non-subscribers must fay the amount previous to the insertion of their advertisements, wk'ch must be sent before twelve o'clock n'mn, on Wednesday, and O' den to withdraw not la...

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THE SQUATTING QUESTION CONSIDERED. (No. 4.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 10 July 1845

y Ht SQTJÂTjtt ste QùfesyioN 1 ' . .<3dNSiDERl.bv . ' (Np." ,<;)., ; "tye, have alrfady^said »hat the imppsit: »of a Tax on Squatting- orig in i ed wi h I £qudttere themselves, who complained Sir Richard Bpurkë .of th$ extent to whi :cattîe stealing was cajoied i the result which was, that bis Excellency augment the number' of the ruountétf police, a appointed some of them ai. distant statio for the protection of the Squatters, who, order to defray the expense pf such pi tection, uupgested the adoption of a £ license, wíiicfr Vó'uld/haVc'àïsp the furl! effect of preventing" cattle stealers frc .settling- amongst ihern : Hehçè it, is'cit thal the amount [wid A>y *he $qimrersf the shape of "licenses' fend' assessments w not a rent, properly speaking., but a poli rate, raised by Ihe'ITxecutive Çovcmme for the purpose, of < defraying thc expens of thc protective Xqrce established for t almost exclusive benefit of those by whc that rate was paid. Licen...

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THE NEW TARIFF. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 10 July 1845

; THE NEW 1AUIFE. ;? ' WE "have been politely favored bf a merchant with n copy of the articles on which Sir R, Pee! ;ntends to move'the total .Bepeal of the Import Duties, id the Committee on the .Customs'A cta, from which we extract such as appear tu bear npon the iniexesfs of these Colonies :~ . Ambergris ; ashéá, pearl and pot, soap,' weed and rood, and unenumerated ; barilla ; barwood ; extract of bark, or of other vegetable substances, to be used only for tanning leather, j baric for tanners*-er dyers'usé ; cascarilla bark ; Peruvian bnrlt j also, other sorta of bark not for tanning or dying; beefwood.; berries commonly made use of for chemical purposes ;. birds, singing ; bladders ; bones of cattle and otheianimals, and Of fish (except whales' fins, whether burnt or not, or aa an animal charcoal ; -bristles, rough or in any .way assorted ^v«astof ; -cedar .wood ; cochineal ¿ ditto dust ; ditto granilla ; coir " rope' and junk, ¿Jd apo new, cut into lengths not exceeding tlîre...

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THE ORIGIN OF HAIR TRUNKS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 10 July 1845

Ttfe OBiowROP HAIR'{'fiü.vis. [ri a carpenter's workshop, a box of deal <wood For many long veare bad in idleueäs stood Neglected and dusty, tbe old piece of lumber Seemed destined.for naught eave the shelves lo enoumber. (int fortunes may vary. A sprvant one day Called in at tbe shop, a few shillings to pay, And thoughtlessly placed near the box On the eletf .. ' A bottle of, oil be bad bought for bim self. !A couple of urchins, on mischief intent, To that very same spot in their gambolling* won t, And breaking the botOe they sprinkled thu oil jOn a box that they fancied'no frolic could spoil. Next morning-Oh l strange-on the she'f, wba wasibereî A beautiful trunk cover'd over'with hair ! ' tts duty indeed, the Macassar Lad done, ' Produced by the genios of Rowland and Son. "? ''PlÇKWiéK.

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