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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 5 March 1803

JOHN JAQUES, TAYLOR, At the Back of the General Hospital, Sydney,   RESPECTFULLY acquaints the PUBLIC, that in consequence of the reduction that has lately taken place in the Prices of many   Articles of common Consumption, he has been enabled to make an Abatement in his Charges, and that all Orders with which he may be   honoured shall be carefully and punctually executed.

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ADDRESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 5 March 1803

ADDRESS.      Innumerable as the Obstacles were which threatened to oppose our Undertaking, yet we are happy to affirm that they were not insurmountable, however difficult the task before us. The utility of a PAPER in the COLONY, as it must open a source of solid information, will, we hope, be universally felt and ac knowledged. We have courted the assistance of the INGENIOUS and INTELLIGENT:---               We open no channel to Political Discussion, or   Personal Animadversion:---Information is     our only Purpose; that accomplifhed, we   shall consider that we have done our duty, in an exertion to merit the Approbation of the PUBLIC, and to secure a liberal Patronage to the SYDNEY GAZETTE.    

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To Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 5 March 1803

To Correspondents. Two SLIP BOXES will be put up, in the course of the ensuing Week (one in front of the Issuing Store at Sydney, the other in a Window of the Court-house, Parramatta), for the Reception of such Articles   of Information as Persons who are possessed of the means may think proper to contribute. The abundance of animal food throughout the Colony, is an undoubted testimony   of the solid advantages that have accrued from a correspondence with the native   inhabitants of Otaheite. By a London Paper we are informed, that in the weekly account of Clerical Promo- tions the Rev. Mr. Sheepshanks, succeeds Dr.   Mereweather in the Rectory of Bleating.  

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To Advertisers. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 5 March 1803

To Advertifers. The Charges for ADVERTISEMENTS in- serted in this PAPER, are intended as follow:   For such Advertisements as do not exceed 12 Lines, to Subscribers 1s. 6d. to Non-subscri- bers 2s. in Money or Bill. For such as are above 12 Lines, and not ex- ceeding 20, to Subscribers 2s. 6d. and to Non-Subscribers 3s. Those of a greater length to bear an ade- quate advance;---and a Deduction of One   Third to be allowed on a second or third Insertion.

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Extract from the Reports of the Society for bettering the Condition, and increasing the Comforts of the Poor. [From an Account of the Advantage of a Cottager keeping a P[?]g.] [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 5 March 1803

Extract from the Reports of the Society for bet- tering the Condition,   and increasing the Com- forts of the Poor.   [From an Account of the Ad- vantage of a Cottager keep- ing a Pig.]     By the Rev. Dr. Glasse. James Bramsgrove, a Farmer's labourer   at Greenford, in Middlesex, had saved by his     industry the sum of four guineas. With this   he purchased a hog, which he put up to fat- ten in the beginning of April last. In the   course of the fattening, he used 3 quarters and a half of beans, and 7 bushels of pease, with which he had been supplied, chiefly upon credit, by his master and his neigh- bours.--He has a wife and 5 children ; the 2 eldest, girls ; one 12 years old, the other something younger. He, his wife, and his two girls, during the last harvest, earned     two guineas a week, and in one week the sum of 2l. 10s. so that he has continued to maintain his family, and has paid off all that was due from him for beans and pease. --He has since killed his hog, at Michael...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 5 March 1803

THE SALE OF The Castle of Good Hope's CARGO Will commence at Mr. CAMPBELL's, on Tuesday the 8th Current. SOFT Sugar of a very fine quality   Sugar Candy in Tubs     Table Rice Pepper     Salt Petre   Europe and Indian Soap Tallow and Wax Candles Pump and Sole Leather, with Hide for Bel- lows An Assortment of Piece Goods, consisting of a variety of Chintz, Handkerchiefs, Blue Gurrahs, Frocks and Trowsers, Sol- diers' plain and frilled Shirts, &c. &c.   ALSO The remainder of the Hyfon Tea imported   on the Hunter, and divided into Quarter Chests. A few Pit and Cross-cut Saws. N. B. To accommodate the Inhabitants, Copper Coin will be received in small sums, and Wheat Receipts for the current quarter.

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A COURT of CIVIL JURISDICTION [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 5 March 1803

A COURT of CIVIL JURISDICTION Assembled on Monday last at 10 o'clock,           and adjourned at half past 2. The Court met again on Tuesday morn- ing, and was taken up the whole of that day, and a great part of the day following, with a cause, Mr. R. Fitzgerald v. Samuel Allen, a settler, for the recovery of a mare, which appeared highly interesting to a crowded auditory. After an attentive hearing of a number of witnesses on both sides, the Court returned a verdict in favour of the plaintiff.   The Court met again on Thursday, but was occupied with causes of no moment, and ad- journed to Monday.

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METHOD OF PREPARING A PIECE OF LAND For the Purpose of forming a Vineyard. [Translated from the French.] [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 5 March 1803

METHOD         OF PREPARING A PIECE OF LAND For the Purpose of forming a Vineyard.   [Translated from the French.] The Ground is to be turned up, cleared of   weeds, and trenched out, to the depth of 18   inches ; or, should it not be encumbered with   stumps or roots of trees, underwood, or brambles, the cuttings of vines may be im- mediately planted without that precaution. The mode of planting on hills or moun- tains, is performed by a pointed iron bar or   borer, but care must be taken to fill up the extra space in the hole round the stalk of the vine, with ashes or fine mould, to prevent   the rain forming a slime therein, which on drying chokes the vine, and prevents its shooting fibres at the root. For the purpose of planting the young   vines already rooted, holes are to be made   with a strong hoe, or broad pick-axe, at a discretionary distance of about 2 and a half or 3 feet open fro...

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Important Nautical Information. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 5 March 1803

Important Nautical Infor- mation. Account of a Ledge of Rocks discovered by H. M. ship Ar- rogant, the Dover Castle, Asia   and Admiral Rainier in Com- pany, 23d January, 1802, 4h.   30m. P. M. saw the appear-   ance of breakers bearing N.N. W. distant about half a mile, brought to, and sent a boat to examine them, which returned at half past 6, having found a ledge of coral rocks, with only 6 feet water on them, extend- ing a quarter of a mile N. E. and S. W. the soundings round   them two and a half, 5, 8, 12 fathoms, at a cable's length, and 25 at about a quarter of a mile distant, lat. 5° 12" S. longitude 113° 12" East per chronome- ter; the above situation may   be depended on, as the Time- keepers of all the ships agreed, and the Island of Lubeck was seen at noon from the Asia's mast-head, bearing S. S. W and we made the Island of So- lumbo next morning, our run to which agreed very well with the above longitude. There   does not exist in any chart   ...

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ACCIDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 5 March 1803

ACCIDENTS. On the 16th ultimo (the day following the     Insurgency at Castle-Hill) as several constables         were loading and preparing their muskets to   go in quest of the delinquents, one of the pieces accidentally went off, and shot a la-     bouring man through the body, who soon after expired.   On Monday last a labouring man, servant to Mr. THOMAS MOORE, slipped off the side of a cask, and broke his arm.   On Monday last, as J. Ward, of Parramat- ta was driving towards Sydney in a single- horse chaise, the shafts broke, and the horse     stumbling backward fell on one of the splin- tered poles, by which the animal was severely wounded in the side. The rider was thrown   from the carriage, but fortunately received no hurt.   An English Paper informs us, that a prac- tice equally disgraceful and immoral had been prevalent in the Town of Manchester since the ratification of the Treaty of Peace : W...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 5 March 1803

BY ORDER OF HIS EXCELLENCY, To be Sold by Auction, AT His Majesty's Store, at Sydney, On Saturday, the 12th Inst.   A QUANTITY of DAMAGED PROVI- SION, and STORES (condemned by Survey) : Consisting of Beef, Pork, Flour, Wheat, Pease, Blue Jackets, Shirts, Stockings, Caps, Men's Hats, Shoes, Thread, Worsted Yarn, Sein Twine, Duck, Iron Pots, Window Glass, Wire and Hair Sieves, &c. &c. J. PALMER, Commissary. NOTICE is hereby given, That the Ship CASTLE OF GOOD HOPE will posi- tively sail for India, on Sunday the 13th Cur- rent ; and Capt. McAskell requests, that all Claims may be given into him by the 10th. ALL Persons who have any Claim or De-   mand or T. BORTHWICK are requested   to present the same, and those who stand in- debted are required to discharge their Ac- counts on or prior to the 10th Instant.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 5 March 1803

DIED At Cornwallis Farm, on Saturday the 17th ult. R. Withers, a Settler of Hawkesbury, of   an apoplexy. On Monday last, the 28th ult. of a   consumption, Maria Wood. She has left three children, two of whom are girls—the eldest is in the Orphan Asylum. SYDNEY WHARF.—On Saturday Morn- ing last, between 8 and 9 o'clock, 4 boats came in from Kissing Point with fruit, ve- getables, potatoes, and poultry: Melons 4s. per dozen, plants 6d. per hundred, potatoes from 10 to 12s. per 100lbs.: Full  grown   fowls from 2s. to 2s. 6d. each, halfgrown do. from 1s. to 1s. 6d. each. *** We shall hereafter present our Readers with a Table of High Water at Sydney and Parramatta. PRINTED AT SYDNEY; and ADVER-   TISEMENTS RECEIVED BY G. HOWE.

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 5 March 1803

SHIP NEWS. On Saturday, the 12th ultimo, arrived the Castle of Good Hope, Mr. Allan McAskell,   Master, from whence she sailed the first   of December last; she made Ceylon the 15th     of the same month, and, in her way hither passed through Bass's Straits. She brought 307 Bengal cows in excellent condition (a     few only excepted, which were rejected by Government), none of which have died since their landing. She also brought 4 India mares and 2 horses (one of which is an Arabian stallion), a quantity of spirits, sugar, rice, piece goods, and various other articles. Of the cows, 250 were received by   Government at the Contract Price, i. e. 28l.   per head; and there can be no doubt of this   great increase of breeding cattle soon     lowering the price of animal food. The Castle of Good Hope is the largest ship that has ever entered this port, and measures about 1000 tons. During the pass...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 5 March 1803

  SHIP NEWS. Sailed the 23d ult. for the Hawkesbury, His Majesty's Armed Tender Lady Nelson,       and the Francis Colonial Schooner.       Remain His Majesty's Ships Buffalo and       Porpoise; the former ready for sea, the   latter refitting.                   BOATS. - Arrived from the Hawkesbury with Grain, on the 28th ult. the Raven, T. Raby owner, and sailed again the 3d inst.         Sailed the 3d Inst. for the Hawkesbury     the William and Mary, J. Miller owner.     Came in, the 3d inst. with wheat, the James,     T. Raby, owner. And same day the Edwin,       belonging to J. PALMER, Esq.; the Union,   John Jones; and Argument, J. Ward.   &...

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FIRE AT WOOLWICH WARREN. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 5 March 1803

FIRE AT WOOLWICH WARREN   On the morning of the 20th of May last, at about 4 o'clock, the soldier on guard dis- covered a fire that had broke out at the de- pository in Woolwich Warren. The alarm bells were rung, and the drum beat to arms, when every effort was immediately used to   stop its progress. At first the general ap-   prehension was of the most serious nature, and this alarm was greatly increased by   symptoms of some incendiary design, flames bursting out from three or four places at the same time. The greatest precautions were taken to preserve that steady and cool atten- tion which is the source of every hope and excellence on such a momentous occasion. As soon as the drums had beat to arms, the gates of the warren were shut, to the exclusion of the town's people, who in their officious zeal, might have produced that confusion which it was the wish of the military power to prevent. Towards five o'clock the fire raged w...

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Fugitives. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 5 March 1803

Fugitives. On Tuesday, the 15th ultimo, Fifteen La bouring Men fled from the Agricultural Settlement at Castle Hill, after having com mitted many acts of violence and atrocity. They at first forcibly entered the dwelling house of M. DECLAMB, which they ran sacked, and stripped of many articles of plate, wearing apparel, some fire and side-arms,   provisions, spirituous and vinous liquors, a quantity of which they drank or wasted in the house. They next proceeded to the farm houses of Bradley and Bean, at Balkham Hills. Mrs. Bradley's servant man they wantonly and inhumanly discharged a pistol at, the contents of which have so shattered his face as to render him a ghastly spectacle, in all probability, during the remainder of his life. In Mrs. Bean's house they gave  a loose to sensuality, equally brutal and un manly. Resistance was of no avail, for their rapacity was unbridled. Numerous other delinquencies were perpetrated by this licen tious banditti, whose ravages, ho...

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General Orders. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 5 March 1803

General Orders. REPEATED Complaints having been         made of the great losses sustained by the Settlers at Hawkesbury, from the vexatious conduct of the Boatmen by whom they send their Grain to Sydney, the following Regula- tions are to be observed. Every person sending grain from the Hawkesbury to Sydney in an open boat, or a boat that is not trust-worthy, the Magistrates are directed to take no notice thereof.   If, on proof it appears that the Master of a Boat receives more grain than the vessel   ought to take with safety, the Master shall make good any quantity he may throw overboard, or otherwise damage, lose the         freight of that part, and, on conviction be- fore two Magistrates, forfeit 5l. to the Orphan Fund. If it shall appear to the Magistrates that grain coming round to Sydney has been wetted, that it might weigh heavier or mea- sure ...

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Examinations before the Magistrates. SATURDAY, FEB. 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 5 March 1803

Examinations before the Ma-   gistrates. SATURDAY, FEB. 26. Richard Ward and William Ramsey, two   of the fugitives who absconded from their employ at Castle Hill, on Tuesday the 15th instant, underwent an examination, and were fully committed.   In the course of their examination, the prisoners gave the following account of their adventure, as rash as it promises to be unfor- tunate:—That they had had recourse to the   woods, only as a relief from labour; that al-     though they had absconded on the same day that thirteen others had gone off (all of whom, we are happy to state, are now in cus- tody) they did not accompany them, it being their intention to return to their duty on the Saturday following; but that, having lost themselves, they had wandered, totally with- out food, until the preceding evening (Fri- day, the 25th instant), when they were taken into custody at the North Shore. The Magistrates ...

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HIGH WATER AT PARRAMATTA [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 12 March 1803

HIGH WATER AT PARRAMATTA 2 Hours 15 Minutes after Sydney. PRINTED AT SYDNEY; and ADVER- TISEMENTS RECEIVED BY G. HOWE.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 12 March 1803

To be Sold by Auction, By S Lord. At the Storehouse of Henry Kable, in Sydney, on Wednesday next, March 15, 1803, for the Benefit of all concerned. THE EFFECTS saved from the WRECK of the Schooner, SURPRISE,   Consisting of Rigging   Sails   Canvass   Blocks and Dead-eyes Junk One Cable   Seal Skins     Mufkets     Beef and Pork     One Large Try-Kettle Iron Bolts and Spikes Lead Four 4lb. Guns and Shots, &c. &c. The Sale to begin at 10 o'Clock precifely.  

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