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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 16 December 1804

SYDNEY.         On Thursday, the 6th instant a fire broke out on the farm of David Dunstan, at Hawkesbury, by which about 160 bushels of wheat and some other property were con- sumed.   The accident was occasioned by a high wind that set in about twelve at noon, and taking a direction towards his stacks from a space that had been burnt off shortly before, but remained unextinguished. By the exer- tion of the labourers the stacks were saved, as   was also the barn, in which a great quantity of grain had been lodged.         The introduction of Malt Liquor into the Colony is to be enumerated among its most beneficial establishments, and is already con- sidered such by all classes of inhabitants. The very reasonable rate at which the labourer is thus supplied with a wholesome and agree- able beverage must essentially conduce to the preservation of health, as...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 16 December 1804

    NOTICE. Whereas repeated cautions have appeared, strictly forbidding all periods from trespassing with stock, or cutting down any of the timber on the Farm and Grounds of Mr. Nicholas Devine, Superintendant :— Notwithstanding which, depredations are still practised on the standing timber, which has in numerous recent instances been felled and removed without permission from the Proprietor, This is therefore to give further Notice, that strict observation will be made upon and about the said farm and premises, for the purpose of detecting and bringing to justice any person or persons that shall hereafter offend herein ; and that all such as may be   so detected shall and will be prosecuted with every possible severity. And that no person may avail himself of a plea of ignorance as to the extent and bound dary of the said farm, in which is comprised a space of 210 acres, the limits thereof are hereby purposely subjoined, and are defined as fo...

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State of the Barometer and Thermometer, taken in the, shade at Government House, Sydney, for the Fortnight commencing Sunday, Nov. 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 16 December 1804

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To the PRINTER of the SYDNEY GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 16 December 1804

To the PRINTER of the SYDNEY GAZETTE.     " SIR,   " At a season of the year when accidents are more prevalent than at any other from unavoidable exposure to the poison of the black snake, as well as some other reptiles of the serpent tribe, I beg leave to remind any whose misfortune it may be to experience a danger that has been hitherto supposed irre- mediable, that even in this last extremity their condition is not altogether hopeless ; and how charming then the task of rendering a positive assurance that the patient may, upon a trifling recourse to fortitude, dispel the danger, and avert the stroke of death ! " As the malignity of the matter admits   not of delay, whatever can be done must of necessity be done at once, or otherwise prove useless : I would therefore advise, that as soon as possible after the bite be inflicted the wounded part be cut away. Fire, the strong vitriolic acid, nitrous or marine acids timely applied wo...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 16 December 1804

General Orders. The Harvest being safely got in, it is ex- pected that those indebted to the Stores     do make every exertion to pay their Debts,   by delivering Wheat or Barley into the   Stores at Sydney, Hawkesbury, and Parra-   matta. Those who have been indebted prior     to the 1st of January, 1803, will be allowed   Eight Shillings per Bushel for Wheat ; and   to those become indebted since that period   the following Prices will be allowed :         Wheat Seven Shillings and Six Pence a Bushel at Sydney and Parramatta ; and Seven Shillings at Hawkesbury. By Command of His Excellency, G. Blaxcell, Acting Sec. Government House, Sydney, Dec. 16, 1804. ----------- Secretary's Office, Dec. 15, 1804.         Claims of Demands upon either of the un- &...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 16 December 1804

NOTICE Whereas repeated Public Notice has been given to such persons as stand in-     debted to the Estate of MR. WILLIAM COX ; And as these have been productive of little effect, the Trustees have this day unani- mously Resolved (in order to exonerate them to the Creditors at large), that after this     final Notice they will immediately proceed,   upon the Opening of the Civil Court, to   enforce Payment in a legal and regular   manner; and That a List of those so indebted   be lodged with the Provost Marshal, in   order to their being proceeded against in rotation.   By Order of the Trustees, W. Tough, Treasurer Sydney, Dec. 8. Stolen or Strayed,   From the Premises of Mr. Mann, A Large Turkey Cock.—Whoever may have found the same shall upon restoring         it be liberally rewarded but ...

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HIGH WATER at SYDNEY for the ensuing week. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 16 December 1804

HIGH WATER at SYDNEY for the ensuing week. Monday - 45 m past 8 in the morning 10 m past 9 at night.   Tuesday---35 m past 9 in the morning   10 at night Wednesd ---30 m past 10 in the forenoon 55 m past 10 at night Thursday---25 m past 11 in the forenoon 50 m past 11 at night   Friday--20 m past 12 at noon Saturday- - 45 m past 12 in the morning 10 m past 1 in the afternoon Sunday---35 m past 1 in the morning 2 in the afternoon PRINTED AT SYDNEY AND ADVERTISE-   MENTS RECEIVED BY G. HOWE.      

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EXAMINATIONS BEFORE THE MAGISTRATES. SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 16 December 1804

EXAMINATIONS   BEFORE THE MAGISTRATES. -----------------                 SATURDAY.     William Fletcher, late a seaman belonging       to the Investigator, was brought forward to answer a charge of embezzling a quantity of twine, part of the ship's shores. In evidence   it appeared that the property was missed   some time before suspicion attached to him, when upon search it was found in his pos- session. — Sentenced twelve months to the gaol gang. Thomas Douglas, charged by the officers   of the Police with abuse and interruption in the execution of their duty, was ordered to work at the new bridge one month for the public benefit. John Walker, committed from Hawkes- bury on a charge of assult, was now fully committed. Charles Flynn, as a vagrant and suspicious character was or...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 16 December 1804

             SHIP NEWS.   After several days anxious expectation of   news from the Expedition sent to form a   Settlement at Port Dalrymple, in Bass's Straits, which left this the 15th of October, this Settlement was most agreeably surprised on Thursaday last, the 13th instant, by   the arrival of His Majesty's ship Buffalo, with the agreeable news of Lieutenant   Governor Paterson being fixed at Port   Dalrymple, himself and those under his   command in perfect health and spirits, and   using every exertion for placing the stores, &c. under cover. The formality of taking possession by Occupancy, (which had some years before been done by Captain Flinders when he discovered that Port) took place on the 11th of October, under the usual Military and Naval Salutes.   On the passage, the small vessel...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 23 December 1804

TENDERS¶ Are Requested to be delivered to Mr. J. Sherard, Purser of His Majesty's Ship Buffalo, at his house near the Military Bar- racks, Sydney, on or before Thursday next the   27th inst. by such Persons as are desirous of sup-   lying about 12,000 Pounds of Biscuit, the payment to be by bills of Exchange on the Com-         missioners for Victualling His Majesty's         Navy.— A sample of the Biscuit will be re-     quired, and the Person taking the Contract to     enter into a recognizance with two approved   Securities that the Biscuit supplied shall be   equal in quality to the Sample delivered. Sydney, Dec. 21, 1804     WANTED, Some able-bodied Seamen for the Ship SWIFT.   Good Encouragement will be given to Men of fair character ...

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General Orders. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 23 December 1804

General Orders. The Harvest being safely got in, it is ex- pected that those indebted to the Stores do make every exertion to pay their Debts, by delivering Wheat or Barley into the Stores at Sydney, Hawkesbury, and Parra- matta. Those who have been indebted prior to the 1st of January, 1803, will be allowed Eight Shillings per Bushel for Wheat ; and to those become indebted since that period the following Prices will be allowed : Wheat Seven Shillings and Six Pence a         Bushel at Sydney and Parramatta ; and   Seven Shillings at Hawkesbury. By Command of His Excellency, G. BLAXCELL, Acting Sec.   Government House, Sydney, Dec. 16, 1804. FROM the number of Prisoners sent to the   New Settlements, assigned to Settlers       &c. and allowed the indulgence of working   for their own maintenance, there is not a sufficiency of those re...

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The following Extract from a private Journal kept by Mr. John Nicholls (Now in this Colony), Contains a melancholy account of the disaster that proved fatal to eighteen of the Crow of HIS MAJESTY'S SHIP SUFFOLK, On a cruise in the Bay of Bengal, in the latter end of 1800. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 23 December 1804

The following Extract from a private Journal kept by Mr. John Nicholls   (Now in this Colony), Contains a melancholy account of the disaster that proved fatal to eighteen of the Crew of His majesty's ship Suffolk, On a cruise in the Bay of Bengal, in the latter end of 1800. At 3. a. m. Oct. 15. came to in sight of     Diamond Island, and sent a cutter on shore   to procure turtle, with a Lieutenant, Boat- swain, Captain's Clerk, and seamen, the total 21 in number. At 6 p.m. sent a boat on shore with provisions and spirits, which returned with a prodigious number of turtle eggs purchased from the inhabitants. The first boat sent returned the next morning, with 43 large turtle, weighing from 200 to 300lbs. each, the people reporting that they had had a serious dispute with the inhabit- ants, who demanded a rupee for each turtle caught, though they had rendered not the smallest assistance in procuring them; where- fore the demand was rejected. At 11 a.m. the d...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 23 December 1804

SHIP NEWS.         On Wednesday arrived the Nancy, from Bass's Straits, with skins and oil; ten days   from King's Island, and seven from Kent's   Bay. She sailed from hence the 9th of last month, and on her way down found the schooner Governor King with the sloop Ely in two-fold bay, detained by contrary winds. The latter had lost her boat, which was taken away by two native youths who were permitted at their own anxious solicitation to accompany the trip, and were supposed to have taken away the boat with a design of returning hither. It is intended His Majesty's Armed Vessel   Investigator should sail on or before   Sunday next for Norfolk Island.   Remain in the Cove, with His Majesty's shps Buffalo and Investigator, the Lady Barlow, Swift, Policy, and Myrtle.   With pleasure we communicate, we   believe, the first successful experiment that has here ...

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DEATH OF MR. THOMAS SMYTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 23 December 1804

DEATH                                   OF   MR. THOMAS SMYTH. Between 10 and 11 in the forenoon of Wednesday last an express was received in town, stating the almost sudden death of Mr.   Thomas Smyth, Provost Marshall. On Thursday morning the body of the deceased arrived in Sydney; and by His Excel- lency's Order an Inquest assembled to enquire into the circumstances that occasioned             the above Gentleman's death ; Mr. Tho- mas Moore appointed to act as Co- roner. At 11 in the forenoon the Inquest was convened ; when from the most respectable and undoubted testimony it appeared the; deceased had gone to the house of Mr. Wil- liam Baker of Hawkesbury, storekeeper, on Sunday last, and appeared to enjoy a m...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 23 December 1804

To be Sold by Auction   By Mr. LORD, On the Premises, on Monday the 14th of January, 1805, at One precisely, The Valuable Farm and Premises known by the name of the Brush Farm, consist-   ing of Two Hundred Acres, Approved bils only will be received in payment, and 3 months Credit on good Security, Wm. Tough. Treasurer. WANTED,   Six Seamen or able Landmen, to proceed to the Islands in Bass's Straits for the   purpose of procuring skins and oil, under a permanent engagement with and in the em- ployment of Mr. Lord. Freemen without any incumbrance who may wish to embark in so beneficial a line of employ, are to make application without delay at the warehouse of the Advertiser. NOTICE. All Persons having any Claims or De- mands on the late Thomas Smyth,   Esq. are desired to give them in to the Judge Advocate's Office as early as possible. N. B. This Notice has no reference to any Claims on him as Provost Marshal. To be ...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 23 December 1804

SYDNEY.           On Monday last a boat with a load of wood and two men in her upset, owing, as has been before the case repeatedly; to her being much overburthened. The men could neither of them swim ; but yet were saved by the assistance of the spectators. Part of an unfinished building near the Hospital Wharf, that had been left standing by the tempest which carried away its better half, on Tuesday last fell in during the   afternoon with an alarming crash, but happi- ly no one was injured by its fall. Several persons had been within the standing walls a few minutes before ; but very fortunately escaped injury. The beginning of the week presented a na- tive warfare the most malignant that has been   witnessed. On Sunday morning last a num-     ber assembled at Farm Cove for fhe purpose of inflicting punishment on the heroic Wilhamannan; who after avoiding an immens...

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HIGH WATER at SYDNEY for the ensuing week. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 23 December 1804

HIGH WATER at SYDNEY for the ensuing week. Mon--30 m past 2 morn, 45 m past 2 afternoon Tu --10 m past 3 morn, 35 m past 3 afternoon Wed-4 sn the morning, 25 m past 4 afternoon Thur- 50 m past 4 morn, 15 m past 5 evening Fri-- 40 m past 5 morn, 5 m past 6 evening Sat--30 m past 6 morn, 55 m past 6 evening   Sun- 20 m past 7 morn, 45 m past 7 evening At Parramatta--1 hour 15 minutes after Sydney: PRINTED AT SYDNEY AND ADVERTISE- MENTS RECEIVED BY G. HOWE.                      

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Extract of a Letter from PORT DALRYMPLE, [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 23 December 1804

Extract of a Letter from PORT DALRYMPLE, On the night of the 20th of October, at about  70 miles distance from Port Dalrymple,     we experienced a very heavy gale   of wind from the south west, which drove us back almost to Port Jackson. We had   lost sight of the Francis a few hours before   the gale commenced; and until the latter   end of which the Lady Nelson and Integrity   kept us company, when we lost sight of both those vessels. During the very heavy gale we had the misfortune to lose part of our stock, among which were two cows, several goats, pigs, and a quantity of poultry, part of which were washed overboard,   the sea running very high. 'On the 22d we made Kent's Group,   the wind having been more fair; and there     we were so fortunate as to find the Francis safe at anchor.   'On the 29th we weighed again, and made   Port Dalrymple the 3d ...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 30 December 1804

SHIP NEWS.   On Wednesday arrived the ship Æolus,   Captain MATHER, 130 days from New   York, with a capital investment, a great part   of which is already landed.         Two French frigates were in the port of New York when the Æolus took her depar- ture : they were waiting for Jerome Bona- parte; but may be probably surmised to have since falled into our hands, as the Leander of 50, and Cambrian of 44 guns had got scent of their expedition, and vigilently awaited their sortir.   [Remainder of Ship News carried forward.]    

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 30 December 1804

WE are happy to find from the Ameri-   can papers, that the report circulated     here on the Policy's arrival by way of Ba- tavia, respecting the Death of our Most Gra-     cious Sovereign, is void of truth—and may such reports long continue so!!!       Through the same channel we also learn   that Mr. Pitt is Prime Minister. General Orders. THE Harvest being safely got in, it is ex- pected that those indebted to the Stores   do make every exertion to pay their Debts   by delivering Wheat or Barley into the Stores at Sydney, Hawkesbury, and Parra- matta. Those who have been indebted prior     to the 1st of January, 1803, will be allowed   Eight Shillings per Bushel for Wheat ; and   to those become Indebted since that period   the following prices will be allowed : Wheat seven ...

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