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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 23 September 1804
To Stock-keepers, and Wood Rangers, LOST, a Brindled COW with broad &nbsp; spreading horns; she strayed off the &nbsp; road somewhere between Mr. Laycock's Farm Railing, and Duck River Bridge, supposed to the south side of the road, about &nbsp; One Month ago, and is the same strayed Cow advertised August 26th. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Any Person finding the said Cow, and &nbsp; driving her up to BASS and BISHOP's Estate at Prospect, shall receive in addition to the &nbsp; &nbsp; 5£. reward, a handsome Present equal to Two Guineas value. - No further re- ward will be offered, and if found after a reasonable time in anyone's possession, they will be prosecuted with the utmost severity of the Law. NOTICE. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; ALL Persons having Demands on the &nbsp; Ship OCEAN, are desired to present &nbsp; &nbsp; their Accounts at th...
State of the Baro Teter and thermometer taken in the shade at Government House, Sydney for the last Fortnight. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 30 September 1804
State of the BaroTeter and Thermometer, taken in the Shade at Government House, Sydney for the Last Fortnight. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; BAROMETER &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Tri w ri ' I ïi F . .S 11 S u n M M 'lZ*«Ofcll ¿J. "Ucf à iJl*i. T £12 RM O ME TER in 1 JOpbq lOO \ z9 ^5 f ~9 8+ îo 74. f *» 07 Ki *' n ¿9 75 :29 **7 ! *9 99 '3J 23 .3999 -'9 99 a9 9* 29 83' a9 9* ^9 77 5, tí j° ** 30 16 3° 9 ?9 99 ir>1*7 2g 7+ 2:9 71 29 79 29 67 29 74 30 i P l9 V> 9 .t-3 a 29 9$ 29 J* 5 29 S7 79 77 Z9 71 u,10 7 -"> 29 79 29 G/ 29 %] 3D 9 3° *9¡ 309 |*> » 3D 2 zq g, 29 79 29 á7| 29 77 »9 79 £9 g\ 3 M ?9 a? 60 áa ^> 59 6? 57 7 3 7 6j 12 a *jÔ 71 711 hi 7* 73 7f 79 7¿ ?71 .76 77 / ù . 74 d6 73 751-hf 74 7 3 77 75 - >9 74- v 79 *" 7 » 7^ 3 n I Si . ;; »3 .>5 S7 7~> ó'íi-ht S'73 5 > 0» &o v iiN a .J -W vV Ni VV E 1 y N >i hi w w W tí A T H E F&lt;. ia .»i .1 fur fur for ii...
General Orders. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 30 September 1804
General Orders. It being necessary in order to settle the defined Limits and Jurisdictions of the &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; different Lieutenant Governors and Com- &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; mandants of Settlements already formed &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; and now forming, dependant on this Ter- ritory under the Authority of His Majesty's Captain General and Governor in Chief &nbsp; thereof, in pursuance of the Royal Pleasure. The most adviseable method of defining which, appeared that of naming certain Parallels of Latitude as the Lines of De- marcation between the respective Com- mands.—It was directed by the General Orders of the 24th of last Month, that the Settlement at the Coal Harbour and Hunter's River should be altered to the Name &nbsp; of Newcastle District, in the County of Northumberland ; and that the Line of &nbsp; Demarcation between that County and Cum- ber...
PORT NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 30 September 1804
PORT NEWS. On Thursday arrived His Majesty's colo- nial cutter Integrity from Newcastle, with &nbsp; a cargo of fine cedar, having accomplished the trip in three days. &nbsp; Same day came in the Lady Nelson, with grain from Hawkesbury ; that whence also &nbsp; the Speedwell on Sunday last. Yesterday morning His Majesty's Ship &nbsp; &nbsp; Buffalo slipped her moorings in the Cove, and dropped down to Neutral Bay, having &nbsp; &nbsp; all the Provisions, Stores, and Baggage on &nbsp; board for the New Settlement at Port Dal- rympie. The Lady Nelson, Francis, and Integrity will drop down on Tuesday or Wednesday ; and on the latter day the Mili- &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; tary Establishment will embark : and the re- &nbsp; mainder on Friday. &nbsp; &nbsp; The Experiment sails on Saturday next. Sailed the Marcia Schooner for the Reefs, &nbsp; &nbsp; and West side of...
To the Printer of the Sydney Gazette. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 30 September 1804
To the Printer of the Sydney Gazette, "SIR, "I beg leave to recommend, through the medium of your Paper, a method of Shoe- &nbsp; ing Horses hitherto I believe unpractised in this Colony, though generally followed un- der the direction of Mr. COLEMAN and others, as well as highly recommended by the Veterinary College ; and surely when we consider those useful animals are so much benefitted where they usualy run on paved or hard roads, we may naturally expect greater advantages would be felt in this Colony, where the roads are so congenial to the hoof &nbsp; as well as conducing health and comfort to the horse, viz. instead of turning the shoe &nbsp; &nbsp; up, as is customary with those who practise farriery in this Colony, which certainly throws the horse forward, and makes him liable to trip and fall, apply the shoe thin at the heel, so as to bring the frog in contact &nbsp; with the ground, for which nature evidently designed it, and by whi...
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 30 September 1804
&nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; COMMISSARY's OFFICE, Sept. 29, 1804. THE Stores at Hawkesbury, Parramatta, &nbsp; and Sydney remiin open for the Receipt of &nbsp; &nbsp; Grain in Payment of Government Debts : It is expected that the whole of which will be liquidated as soon as Circumstances will al- low' and that those who are indebted to the &nbsp; Store, and have Barley growing, do make Payment thereof as soon as their Crops are in, &nbsp; for the purpose of continuing the Brewery. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; From those who are not indebted to the Stores, and who are growing Barley, I shall &nbsp; &nbs...
CRIMINAL COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 30 September 1804
CRIMINAL COURT. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; On Friday a Court assembled at ten o'clock, when Fergus Gallaghan stood ca- pitally indicted for the crime of forging the &nbsp; name of Mr. Simeon Lord to a certain in- strument purporting to be a Promissory Note of Hand for an amount of 3£. 5s. 0d. &nbsp; and also for uttering the same knowing it &nbsp; &nbsp; to have been forged. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Mr. LORD being ths first evidence called upon deposed, that the Note produced in Court was invalid, and that the signing of his name was a palpable forgery. &nbsp; Mr. Rowland Hassall next deposed, that on Monday the 27th of the last month, the prisoner at the bar called at his shop, where he purchased a piece of blue cloth, a pair of shoes, and sundry other articles, in payment &nbsp; of which he gave the Note produced ; that a respectable settler was also in the shop making a purchase, to whom the per...
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 30 September 1804
To be Let for a Twelvemonth certain from the Time of Possession, THAT truly eligible and substantial STONE DWELLING HOUSE and PRE- &nbsp; MISES, Comprising all necessary Outhouses, Offices, and every conveniency complete ; situ- ate the N. E. Corner of Pitt's Row, Sydney, now nearly finished, and may be occupied at Natice ; the Property of CAPTAIN BUNCKER. Any Gentleman wishing to become a Tenant will find every accommodation for a genteel &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Family, upon the most liberal terms of Agree- &nbsp; ment. To be viewed upon application to Mr. THOMAS MOORE, of whom all Particulars may &nbsp; be had. Advertisement. MR. THOMAS BIGGERS is under the ne- cessity of repeating, that having been &nbsp; embroiled in various vexations Disoure with &nbsp; Persons resident in his Neighbourhood, occasioned by the Trespasses of Stock, and the wanton De- struction made by Persons employed to cut the growing Crops on the Far...
HIGH WATER at SYDNEY for the ensuing week. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 30 September 1804
HIGH WATER at SYDNEY for the ensuing week. &nbsp; &nbsp; Mon - - - 50 m past 5 morning 15 m past 5 evening Tues - - - 45 m past 6 morn 5 m past 7 evening Wed - - - 45 m past 7 morn. 10 m past 8 night Thurs - - - 35 m past 8 morn. 9 at night Friday - - - - 25 m past 9 morn. 50 m past 9 night Satur - - - 15 m past 10 foren 40 m past 10 night Sun - - - 5 m past 11 at forenoon. PRINTED AT SYDNEY AND ADVERTISE-MENTS RECEIVED BY G. HOWE. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp;
SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 30 September 1804
SYDNEY. An Entertainment was on Friday given by HIS EXCELLENCY, at which were present His Honor the LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; and Captain KENT, with their LADIES, and many other Officers, Civil, Military, and Naval, many of whom were accompanied by their Ladies also. At half past four the com- pany, fifty-four in number, sat down to dinner; and in the evening a splendid Ball commenced, which was supported with spirit and vivacity until an early hour. The new road cutting from Perroquet to the Brickfield Hill promises an essential &nbsp; addition to the many useful improvements that have been rapidly made. No underta- king lays stricter claim to public attention and exertion, than that which promises to be &nbsp; conducive to its welfare and accommodation, which is the avowed object in this as well as in every other instance whereupon their as- sistance has been found requisite. Twenty &nbsp; are called to the above w...
CAPTAIN M'ASKILL'S DIRECTIONS For Sailing into the Derwent. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 7 October 1804
CAPTAIN M'ASKILL's DIRECTIONS For Sailing into the Derwent. " In making a winter's passage from &nbsp; Port Jackson to the Derwent River, I will venture to say a well-found ship, well &nbsp; worked down to Cape Pillar, by keeping &nbsp; the land on board in six or seven days, but &nbsp; in rounding Cape Pillar, and opening out that large bay (formed by the said cape) and Tasman's Head to the southard, the wind almost invariably blows from W.N.W. &nbsp; &nbsp; to W.S.W. right out of the bay. In sudden &nbsp; &nbsp; gusts, severe squalls, and heavy gales, that at times a ship cannot shew a stitch of &nbsp; canvas, and may be drove out to sea from the very anchorage off Betsey's Island; which &nbsp; was in fact the case with the Lady Barlow, &nbsp; being drove out to sea twice, after being well up the head of the bay. I should therefore recommend never to lose much time, beating between the two said...
General Orders. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 7 October 1804
General Orders. &nbsp; AS several Colonial Vessels, belonging to Individuals, which have permission to go to Newcastle, sail from hence short of &nbsp; Provisions ; It is to be fully understood by &nbsp; &nbsp; the Masters of the said Vessels, that the &nbsp; Commandant of that District is directed not to furnish any Provisions to Vessels of that description but upon the most unavoidable necessity. - No Permits will be granted, unless the Time is stated that the Provisions will last; and a report to be made thereon to the Commandant on the Vessel's arrival. By Command of His Excellency, G. Blaxcell Acting Sec, Government House, Sydney. Oct. 6, 1804.
OFFENCES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 7 October 1804
OFFENCES. On Sunday last the honse of Mr. &nbsp; &nbsp; Rowland Hassall, at Parramatta, was broken into, and robbed of a considerable property. &nbsp; &nbsp; On Monday evening last the shop of E. &nbsp; Wills, near the Hospital Wharf, was burst open during a short interval of absence, and &nbsp; &nbsp; robbed of a quantity of copper coin taken out of the till, several pieces of nankeen, and &nbsp; sundry other articles. Various circumstan- &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; ces giving colour to a suspicion that the rob- &nbsp; bery had been perpetrated by J. Brown, the domestic servant, he was accused and taken &nbsp; &nbsp; into custody ; as were also two brothers &nbsp; named Morey. in consequence of indirect &nbsp; information recieved from Brown.
Ingratitude-Extempore. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 7 October 1804
Ingratitude-Extempore. To GENEROSITY, with suppliant mien, And meagre check, and misery unseen, &nbsp; &nbsp; A PHANTOM bow'd...with ponderous ills oppress, And crav'd relief to woes that smote his breast. With quiv'ring lip the oily accents ran, &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; And to the Wretch degenerates the Man. Fawning awhile, with mean and servile bond &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; He hails the Bounty of a virtuous Friend, Till proud and pamper'd, he forgets the day When graceful PITY chas'd his griefs away. &nbsp; The Moth, emerging from the dreary cell, &nbsp; &nbsp; Regards no more its abdicated shell, &nbsp; But gaily circling thro' the forest's trees, Conceives 'tis her's to regulate the breeze. &nbsp; So now th' INGRATE to independence grows, &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; With impious boldness pity dares disown; &nbsp; &nbsp; Ti...
MR. WILLIAM COLLINS'S DIRECTIONS For Sailing into the Derwent River. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 7 October 1804
Mr. WILLIAM COLLINS's DIRECTIONS For Sailing into the Derwent River. &nbsp; "For ships entering Storm Bay, either &nbsp; from the eastward or westward, Betsey's &nbsp; Island will be the most conspicuous object, &nbsp; and best mark to steer for (it appearing like an oblong high hill, situated on the front low land, in the middle of the bottom part of the Bay), until a low point with a small island off it, appears to the W.N.W. of it; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; which with another point, lying west forms the entrance of the River Derwent; the settlement situated about fourteen or fifteen &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; miles upon the left side of the River, in Lat. 42° 51' 35"; the channel thereto is bold &nbsp; &nbsp; and good; the soundings regular, from 14 &nbsp; to 20 fathoms. When a-breast of Ralph's Bay, on the right hand shore, the settlement will be in sight, bearing about N....
EXAMINATIONS BEFORE THE MAGISTRATES. SAT. SEPT. 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 7 October 1804
EXAMINATIONS BEFORE THE MAGISTRATES. SAT. SEPT. 29. The attention of the Bench was wholly ingrossed by the business of a Forgery on the Public store, which had been detected as soon as presented. The parties who had been implicated at former Examinations &nbsp; were Wm. Hill, Joseph Robins, and M. Gardner ; the latter of whom declared, that she had given an Order to Wm Hill, with &nbsp; directions to take it to the Office of the Com- missary for his Signature; that whether this man or the other returned the said order she would not declare, but one of them did so ; and altho' when by her delivered to Hill &nbsp; it had no signature whatever, yet when returned was signed with the initials of His Excellency & the Commissary. Hill declared that he had received the &nbsp; order from M. Gardner, but whether it was signed or not when he received it he was ig- &nbsp; &nbsp; norant ; he affirmed, however taking it to the Commissary's...
To Subscribers. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 7 October 1804
To Subscribers. G. HOWE respectfully requests, that no &nbsp; Person whatever be permitted to take &nbsp; &nbsp; up property, or receive any sum or sums of &nbsp; money in the Town of Sydney, unless properly &nbsp; authorised with a Solicitation in writing, &nbsp; signed by himself.-Orders, Advertisements, and Messages relative to the business of this Paper, are requested to be left at the house contiguous to that of Serjeant Richardson, South Row. &nbsp;
PORT NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 7 October 1804
PORT NEWS. On Sunday came in the Pilgrim American Schooner, Capt. Delno, from Bass's Straits. On Tuesday arrived the Governor King, Messrs. Kable and Underwood, from King's Island 14 days: she had encountered many heavy gales in the Straits, in consequence of which her sails and rigging were much damaged. On the 3d of last month she fell &nbsp; in with the Nancy, Thompson, and accom- panied her to Western Port, where having &nbsp; taken in a part of the freight procured by &nbsp; one of her gangs, she was obliged suddenly to put to sea, owing to the extreme violence &nbsp; &nbsp; of the weather, leaving between two and &nbsp; three thousand skins behind: she afterwards &nbsp; filled up at King's Island, her cargo consisting &nbsp; of 33 tons of oil, and 3500 skins. Early on Wednesday morning sailed the ship Ocean, Captain Mertho, for China; &nbsp; may probably touch at Norfolk Island on her way. Remain down ...
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 7 October 1804
Sydney, Sept. 19, 1804. AT a GENERAL MEETING of the CRE- &nbsp; DITORS of Mr. WILLIAM COX, held &nbsp; here this Day pursuant to Advertisement, THE &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; TRUSTEES appointed by them Reported to the Meeting as accurate a State of his Affairs as Ci- &nbsp; &nbsp; cumstances had admitted of under their Manage- ment ; and by which it appeared, that all those who had lodged their Claims had been paid a &nbsp; Dividend of TEN SHILLINGS in the Pound on &nbsp; &nbsp; the Amound of their respective Debts, or the same set apart for that purpose ; and tht the Sum of £1299 4s. 1d. then remained in the Treasurer's &nbsp; hands, as a constituted Fund to enable the Trus- tees, so far as the same will extend, to pay here- after a similar Divident to such other Creditors as have not yet produced their Claims and Vou- chers thereof. The Meeting considering the great Loss that has and w...
POSTSCRIPT. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 7 October 1804
POSTCRIPT. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; We beg leave to correct a statement con- tained in the preceding page, relative to the injury sustained by lightning to Government cattle at Seven Hills :— One cow was as herein related, killed on the spot, and three bullocks had their bones shattered to peices, so as to require their being killed. We have not heard that the heavy falls have been attended with any serious conse- quences to the settlement of Hawkesbury, nor that any appearance of inundation had shewn itself : but on the contrary that the rains had not visited that quarter with any extraordinary violence. When the Integrity went last to King's Town, she took down one of the capital salt pans imported for the use of Govern- &nbsp; ment by the Coromandel ; where it is now erecting to obtain that necessary article. &nbsp; A rolling Tar on Friday night travelling &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp;...