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LUNATIC ASYLUMS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 10 July 1845

LUNATIC ASYLUMS. WE te» to draw the attention t>f the Guardians of the Tarban Greek Lunatic Asylum to an article in our fourth page, of this morning's Courier, headed«*-*' The Na val Lunatics at Haslar/' io which it will be seen that great changes have been made in ? the treatment of the inmátés,; at that Asy lum, and the happy conseqneMses resulting - from those changes. The delight with which we have read Mr. Charles Dickens" account of the manner, in ; which the Female Lunatic Asyhim at Bos- ?. ton, in the United States, was conducted, has been heightened by ihe.perusal of the j article referred to ; and the happy condi tion in which he found those females-^-all united as it wete in onefaniily circle-has been solely attributable to the benevolent f-urgeon superintendent of that place. To gain the-entire, confidence of the pa tients at the Asylum at Jïaslar, seems to have been the first endeavour under the new system, nnd in orderto carry it ont success fully- chains,-straps-co...

Publication Title: Hawkesbury Courier And Agricultural And General Advertiser
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ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 10 July 1845

ENGLISH NEWS. EQUALIZATION OF DUTY ON COLONIAL CORN.-On Friday week Mr. Hutt presented to the House of Commons a petition from Van Diemens Land, subscribed by 500 merchants and others-praying for admis sion of Australian corn into the ports of Great Britain on payment of the same duty as corn from Canada. We hare reason to believe that a memorial still mora numer ously signed; to the same effect, hnd been received by Lord StBnfey from the colonists of South Australia, transmitted by the Go vernor of the colony, who fully concurs in the prayers of the colonists. Weare happy to understand that the friends of these co lonies here are on the alert to promote this object. The South Australian Society have resolved to present a memorial to Lord Jtjwai allegad last session of Parliament motfob to'securo «bwi and we have nWa^D^t'liw^'^illl 'oô'p tinufetoesk lill «they receive. Let them ide so, «nd they mast < succeed. . 3Fbis cause d$ the cause of )ustf ce and fair dealing, and ,...

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THE SQUATTERS' BUBBLE. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 10 July 1845

TBE SQu ATTERS'- BUBBLE. THE long and anxiously expected dis patches, which have been looked for ward to with mingled hope and fear, by the Squatting confederacy, and those journals which have committed them selves by the imprudent share they have taken in the movement, have at length arrived ; and the presumptuous predictions which have been so reckless ly made, that the Secretary for the colo: nies would be effectually biassed be ttie misrepresentations of the Pastoral Association, has in the issue been utter ly falsified-clearing away at one fell swoop, the sanguine hopes and ex* pectations of that conceited combina tion, and exposing in all their barefaced speciousness, the miserable attempts at argument, by the journals which have taken up their unrighteous cause. The bubble has burst 1--al!lite psucdo wrongs oT the'injured wool growers, which in such gaudy hues have been made to illustrate that ideal climax of oppression, the Squatting Regulations, and which have been from tim...

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

"II\\\K[\IÍII¡ÍKIII¡IÍ:I¡; AND GENERAL PRINTING OFFICE LEITER-PRESS PRINTING of every description performed with neatness and dispatch, at Sydney prices, namely, Law Forms, Rill Heads, Cards and: Labels, Circulars. Posters and Handbills, &C, &C.J&C. EQUI RED NEWSPAPERS of '¿he following dates :-May 24, »nd November 7.1844,of The Australian ? Daily Journal ; November 6,1844, of The ; Sydney Morning Herald ; and November 9, 1844, of The Morning Chroniclef for which One Shilling each will be given at the Hawkesbury Courier Office. PENRITH AND H A-WK E 8 BURY AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATION. AT a MEETING held at Coffey's Hotel. Windsor,on Monday, the 28th April, lB4i, for thc purpose ofe&tablishing an Agricultural Association in ilie District .of AVinci ior, Robert Fitzgerald, Esq , J. Pv in the Chair, tho foílovvir.g I'.o.soluiions were passed ; - Moved hy Captain O'Connell and seconded hy J. L> ici-vii le, Esquire, 1. 'I bat Ulis Meeting, viewing the advant...

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

Tho new .packet ship:* St;. Paitick,' Captain Seymour, arrived in the Mó-vy on 'h^ «9ih of February.bringing advices ffám N*w York two days later than thos* already viftceSved a; Liver jj^JU: This anivnl hrirjgsaccfl^ts oT a dreadful conflict between a party ofTTîérkucky SIA»-*. holders and' Ohio abolitionists. It appears that' negro slaves from Kentucky aro cons an'.lv pass ing to Canada through the stnt6of Ohio, faciliúe» for such escapes, it is sui J hy some, being estab. lished through mt tho latt*-rst te by the abolition ists On the 9.h nlt.a party of " negro hunters" from Kentucky, hearing thuriiiiawiiy slaves were secreted in thc houses <>f Hoben Mular and Alt; salo n'^King t\voab4nio:>;sis residing ïn Brown's county. Ohio, near thc town of Gaoïgctowîi.pro ceeded to ttii residence of the format and disco vered two of ilia slavei who attempted to escape, and while Millar was in the act of aiding their, esoa '-O ho wes knocked down an 1 slabbed repeat adly by t...

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FRIGHTFUL MURDER. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 10 July 1845

FRIGHTFUL MURDER. A murder of the mo3t atrocious elia: racter has been committed in the Ba: thurst district, by a man named Law: renee Power. The particulars that have transpired, are that Power finding on returning to his house from which he had been absent for some days, on a journey to Wellington-a person named Farrell lhere, an old friend, and whom he suspected of carrying on an illicit in tercourse willi his wife, after merely re: marking " well Jack, t see you are here again," rushed at and attacked him, when Power's wife escaped from the house, fearing ill usage towards herself. On her returning however, some hours afterwards, both her husband and Farrell were gone, and neither of whom coming back that night, suspicion be: came aroused, and some men who were in company with Farrell, in charge of a dray, and who had camped about a mile distant from Power's hut went in search of them, and after a quarter of a mile's tracking of footsteps through the bush, came upon the spot whe...

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

MARRIED.       WATSON, John, Esq., of Yass, to Susannah, daughter of the late John Dight, Esq., of Richmond, at St. Peter s Church, Rich- mond, by the Revd. J. K Walpole, on Thursday last the 3rd inst. BIRTHS.   COLLIS, Mrs., at her residence adjoining the Post-Office, Macquarie street, on Sunday last, the 6th instant, of a son. TAYLOR, Mrs. Samuel, at her residence on the Hawkesbury River, on the 6th June, of a son.

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

VARIETIES, ÎYtvo A WÎIITE CEA VAT, -" There's, a chang in th* fashion, IMU«, sentiré-,*' said bs j'' **-blacl stock6 ain't the go no longer for full dress, am «bite ones aint quite o j) to the notch ootlier ; t< my mind they are a leètle sarvanty. A man o fashion must mind Iris* eye5* ni nays. 1 guess I'l send and gét some white muslins ; but thin the difficult}' is to tie them neat. Perhaps nothiri* tn natures so difficult as to t¿9 a white-cravat, sc ¡HB not to rumfoo'ele it or sile it, It require! ?quiteia slight of hand, that's 0 fact- I used tc ¿et our beaihiful little chamber .help to do ii jwbeni first'come, for women's fingers ain't all thumb's like men's. Ii ut the angeherous dear was too short to reach up easy, so I bad to Btar.d ber on the footstool, that was so tottlisb 1 bad to put one hand on one aide of ber waist and «neon t'other to fiteedy her like, and that Used to set ber little heart a beatin' like a drum, and Icinder agitated ber,'and lt made me feel ...

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PARRAMATTA QUARTER SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 10 July 1845

PARRAMATTA QU ARTER SESSIONS.^ THE Court Commenced its sittings on Tues day iastjbefore the chairman (Dr. Raymond^ and nearly the whole of the Magistrates ol the .district. ; ( Stephén Üsher---was indicted for stealing a watch, the property of Mr, Thomas Free* man, publican, bf Windsor. It transpired that there úad heeh a little drink connected with the affair, and as the effect of " glasses1 is-to brin^f distant objects near athand.this may account for a watch which washahging in the proprietor's room, being found tn' the prisoner's possession some miles distant, he being at the time of the disco very AB/' hori zontal" fts the time keeper. The able adi; vocacy of Miy Purefoy procured him an ac* quittai. ' 1' .? ' ; ? ? -"' ? .. .?? Alexander White-was Indicted for bur glariously entering and stealing money to the amount of £5. lt appeared that during the night of the 9th May, the house bf Mr. Blaxland, at Luddenham, near Penrith.was, broken into and the sum in question taken away. ...

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CROWN LANDS OCCUPATION. (From the Government Gazette.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 17 July 1845

J -CÏttOWlî LAN ui*'OCCUPATION. '(&àim"lhù GovërhMeiit Gazette.) í 4 Í LWit h reference to tte N 6tice respeóttn jj Licenses to Pas ure ebeè» «"hdcatfle onCrowti Lands, whjcb w&s issued frote this O Rice on tita S^.d^April» 1844, and lo the despatches of wh ch ropies were published in the Gove NMRNT GA ZETTE extraordinary bf the 28th June latt, bia Excellency the Governor, with the advice of tliè .Executive COBMCIIJ hus directed this additional Notice tobe published. "2. 'Jtie quantities pf land actually in Hie occu pation of'individuals, being ns yet in many cases "impei fectly known -to the Government, tbô RuleBlaid down in tlie Notice of .the Slid A prit 1844, cannot he fu ¡ty à plied iu the issue of Lioenses for (be current year ; 'licenses, there fore, for the occupation of Crown landa beyouà the boundaries of 1'cation, during the year which Commenced. on tile ¿st instant, and witt end on the Sith June, 18*6, wilt, bu issued Oft ' the following ferma ; - - : (t....

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LATEST ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 17 July 1845

LATEST ENGLISH NEWS. ID Ote Mark lane Report of the 24th j February, English vld wheat is quoted at J from 42s. to 54s , according to quality, and j new the same. Foreign (ditty free J, from j 42s to 56s. ; Australian, from 56s. to 58s. j It thus appears that not only has Aus- j trdtian wheat attracted sufficient notice to j be quoted, but that it is actually saleable -, at 4s, or 7| per cent, higher, than the best wheats of either England or the ] World, either new wheats or old. Thisjs) good news for van Diemen's Land, South j Australia, aud Swan River. The locóme Tax Bili was read a third ; time and passed on Wednesday, the j#th i March.. The "Sugar Duties Bill passed through Committee on Friday, the 14th March, and the Report was to have been brought up on the Monday night followings The French Cabinet appears to be again - in an embarrassing position Eight mern ' bera out of nine of the Committee on the proposition for the redaction of the five pet cents, have pronounced in fav...

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THE MOUNTAINEER'S RETURN. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 17 July 1845

B&Vhlck.iotboWlU, "Where itfc» wild deer is boanning"; To (be foresuftad glö». Where tbe^^ «IreiütnBWí'eotiiidnig j lío more of ws.âty-^ . Npb*pre"oNhe. plain 'Pb welcome lieoreBfb Of Tba mSuntains again. *I bare sigb'd'l have piaed. For my own mountain home, Till hope, died within me X corné ! »ow I «onie ! 'Obi bitter is exile, Wheremourhing ¡8 vain, ' Bot it doubles tbe transport Of-meeting again. -J come I-and bb, cbide riot Tbe absent so long, If his spirit, uncaged. Spread its pinions" in song I 'lt bath buist from its prison Hatb broken its chain Now welcome the free'wilds, 'And mountains again ! ' r -_.- -

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 17 July 1845

WEST MAITLAND. ' MR. GEORGE SEYMOUR bas the honor to announce, that he will .sell1 by public auction under a fr arrant of At .lorney on SATURDAY, the 26th Instant, at Mr. George Yeoman's Inn, West Mait- < land, at 12 o'clock, as follows * Ali those two valuable allotments of Land, situate in Darham-street, West; Maitland, on which ÍB erected three good . dwellings i and there is also on /the ground ; a quantity of stone and bricks, sufficient to erect a good Cottage. Mr. G. S begs to apprise the Publié, that the Deeds of the said allotments are io his. possession, arid that thWl!itle. is unexcep tionable ; and any furthèr information thai; may be required, will be given previous to. j the day of sale, on application io him;} (if by letter, post-paid.) at Mri "Walter Blanchard^. \WbUe Hart Inn, George, street. Windsor. '-. 'i ke above will bs Sold without any Rc ¡crvé. The Auctioneer deems it unnecessary to. point out the value of the allotments he now offers for sale, as ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 17 July 1845

iwwmm cow AND GENERAL PRINTING OFFICE ETTER-PRESS PRINTING of neatness and dispatch, at Sydney prices, namely, Law Forms, Bill Heads, Cards and Labels, Circulars, Posters and Handbills, &c, &c, &c. REQUIRED NEWSPAPERS of the following dates :-May 24, and November 7,1844, of The Australian Daily Journal ; November 6,1844, of The Sydney Morning Herald ; and November 9, 1844, of Tlie Morning Chronicle, for which One Shilling each will be given at the Hawkesbury Courier Office. PENRITH AND HAWKESBURY AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATION. AT a MEETING held at Coffey's Hotel, Windsor, on Monday, the 28th April, 1H45, for tue purpose of establishing an Agricultural Association in tbe District of Wind sor, Robert Fitzgerald, Esq , J. P.,in the Chair, the following Resolutions were passed : Moved by Captain O'Connell and seconded by J. L- ^carville, Esquire, 1, That this Meeting, viewing the advantages to be derived from Associations established for the purpose of encouraging Agr...

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SYDNEY SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 17 July 1845

SYDNEY SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVED. JULY 8-The brig Emma, 121 tons. Fox, master, from Adelaide the 30lh ultimo, with wheat, &e, . ' ? " 8- The Aöaerican ship Eiiza Ann, 370 tons, Chevefs, master, from Hobatt Town the 3rd instant, with part of original cargo from New York. , ? . - 9- The steamer William tho Fourth, 53 tons, Wiseman, master, frorh the Clarence River the 5th instant, with tallow, hides,Xrc. 9- H. M. schooner Bramble, 4 guns, Lieut. Yule, commander, from Sourabaya the 12th January, and Fort Essington the 5th February* 10-The barque Rôbërt Matthews, 303 tons, Phillips,mastej,from London the 17,tb and the Downs the 19th $Urch, with mer chandise. 10 -The barque Kinnear369 tons.Vealc, master, from Launceston the 6th instant» with grain, &c. 10-The schooner Terror, 95tons, Dun ning master, from Auckland the 16th, and the Barrier the 23rd ultimo, with copper j ore. timber, gum, &c, 12-The. barque Strathisla, 387 tons. Simpson, master, f»om Hongkong the 29th...

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SUPREME COURT.—CRIMINAL SIDE. (Continued from first page.) [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 17 July 1845

.SUPREME COURT.-CMMINAL SIDE. J (Continued from first page:), ~ THURSDAY, JULY 1Ö4-Before His Houor Mr. Justice Dickinson. ATTEMPT- 7VT rMfÍRDER. John Hough was placed at the bar, charged, with having on the 9th of April last, at Windsor, feloniously cut, stabbed, and wounded one Daniel Toohill, with a knife, on the left breast. There were two counts in the indictment, the one charging with intent to anurdér. the other with in-' , tent to do grievous bodily barm. The Attorney-Geueral hav ing stated the circunisWoces of the case, called V ¡Daniel Tcobill «rho deposed, that ön se veral occasions the prisoner had threatened : to kîU%ith) that on ; coming out of the Ca 1 thölio Chapel, at Windsor, on -the day named in the indictment, he stabbed wit . ness in the left breast, with a clasp len i fe; but said arterwarfls that beliad struck the wrong man. It appeared that the prisoner - was labouring under some delusion with regard to witness, and that he was not tn Mr. White, suVgeo^.-^EJf...

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PENRITH AND HAWKESBURY AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 17 July 1845

PENRITH AND HA W IC E S BUR V AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATION. WE were quite pleased to witness so re-. spectable and numerous a meeting of the ; . Committee and Members of the above So» * ciety, on Monday last, at Coffey's Hotel. ' AU persons appeared to have come with a . determination, by their efforts and sugges - tions, to carry out so desirable a measure ' ? as an Association of the kind these ' columns have, all along, advocated the in troduction of, in this agricultural part of the ' colony. Mr. R, Fitzgerald having taken the chair, the Hon. Sec , Mr. Beddek, read , the minutes and resolutions oï the .last Meeting ; and rema»ked, that from the '. amount of subscriptions already promised, that he augured great success, and à fulfil ment of hi» and the wish Of many persons in this neighbourhood, that the Associa» . tion would prosper. AU that wes wanting, was a có-operation of the Membets with his humble efforts in eticreasing the list of subscribers. He assured the' Meeting no time ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 17 July 1845

BIRTH.       INNIS, the Lady of the Rev. Jonathan, Wesleyan Minister, of a son on Monday, the 14th instant.

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MRS. CAUDLE'S CURTAIN LECTURE MR. CAUDLE JOINS A CLUB.—"THE SKY-LARKS." [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 17 July 1845

ïfoRS. CAUDLE'S CURTAIN LECTURE fcMR.' CAVOLE "JOINS A CL0B.- "THE SKY-LâBK8." "PM sure a poor woman liad better b 1 in her grave than married 1 That is she can't be married to a decent man No : I don't care if you are tired, * shan't letryou go to sleep. No, and won't say what Iiiave to 'say in th« 'morning ; i'll say it now. It's all ver "well TorHrou to. come home at wlia tittie you like-¡t's nowlialf-past tweiv and you expect I'm to hold my tongue and let you gd to sleep. What next, '. wonder ? A woman had better be sol« ''for a slave at once. " And so you've gone and joined i 'club ! The Skylarks, indeed ! A pretty skylark you'll make of yourself "But I won't stay and'be ruined by you No: I'm determined of that, VU g< and take the dear children, and yoi *Vriäy get who "you like to keep youi 'house. That is, as long as you have t 'house to keep-and that Wdn't-be long, 3 know. "How any decent man cán go and ^spénd his nights in a tavern 1-oh, yes, Mr. Caudle j I dare s...

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VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Hawkesbury Courier and Agricultural and General Advertiser — 17 July 1845

VARIETIES. TUE ALLOTMENT SYSTEM >T BINGLEY. During the last autumn, Mr. Ferrand, al. P., introduced the allotment system into this parish which has produced the most beneficial results. A field of l5 acres in extent, watered on two sides by the river Aire, the property of Mrs. Walker Ferrand, was provided by that lady for the purpose of testing the merits of the allotment system, on condition (bat she continued to re ceive the accustomed rent. It was divi led into 09 allotments, the rent of each averaging about 11s. which vere distributed among 59 labouring men. The rent and various tates leviad on the field amount to about £40, and cropping the same to about £60, making tho sum total ex tended «,¿100, whilst the crops produced amount in value, at a moderate calculation, to the es Tegetables, almost all Óf*bahi «r* keeping onè <* two pigs {many- ét mhm:mfa«r ms**hat li j remainB growing on nearly %»er? allofinent «he .j winter Isrop ofi POtamM^ 3mi ^ItíwUon of i these ...

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