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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 10 February 1805

        SHIP NEWS.       Yesterday evening returned the Richard and Mary south whaler from a cruise. Yesterday sailed the Æolus for Canton   direct. On Friday sailed His Majesty's colonial vessel Resource for King's Town; the     Francis to sail this day for the same place. On Thursday arrived the Surprise from the above settlement; from whence she had   sailed last Friday se'nnight; but shortly after   clearing the River was overtaken by a very heavy squall, and being deeply laden with   coals and cedar, half filled by the water she shipped on deck; the pumps were choaked below by the fine coal that had washed into the pipe, so that it was found necessary to put back, and narrowly escaped being lost at the mouth of the river; for being unable to   weather the small island at the entrance so as to make the proper channel, she was at all hazards forced to run through the strait whi...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 10 February 1805

N O T I C E. To be Erected at Sydney by Contract, A Court House of the following dimensions viz. 60 Feet long by 26, in the Clear, and the Wall 12 feet high from the ground floor ;   4 windows in front, 2 at the back, and a   fire place and one window at the end ; the   floor of the lower room to be boarded, and a room above of the same dimensions ; no partition wall either in the lower or upper rooms : a Varando in front, with a small room at each end.—The Bricks, iron-work, and Nails to be furnished by Government,   and the Timber carried to the pits at Govern-   ment expence. Any eligible Bricklayer and Carpenter,   willing to treat for erecting the above Build- ing on the Ground where the Guard-house now stands, to deliver sealed tenders toge- ther with their plan, on Thursday the 7th of February, to me at Sydney, for the purpose of laying the same before the Gaol Com- mittee. The Carpenter who engages...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 10 February 1805

SYDNEY.             A draft was made on Friday to Parramatta from the gaol gang, in which were included the persons convicted before a Bench of magistrates of receiving spirits by permits   fraudulently obtained; together with the     prisoners, who had absconded from the settle- ment at King's Town, to remain in the gaol gang at Parramatta till further orders. The Æolus, during her stay in the Cove,   took in many specimens of natural production,   animal and vegetable. Among the       former were several of the largest flying foxes remembered to have been seen. The ligneous specimen consists chiefly of a beautiful     sample of oak, pear tree, &c. the feathered tribe chiefly confined to the rich and variegated plumage of the parrot. The effects of the late very heavy and   incessant rains have left their us...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 10 February 1805

Secretary's Office, FEB. 9, 1805. All claims and demands on Samuel Har- ris are to be presented to me at this   Office without delay. D> D> Mann Clerk A D V E R T I S E M E N T. The late Mr. Samuel Barnes, of Pitt's Row, deceased, having by his last Will   and Testament appointed me to act as an executor in his Estate and Effects, I do hereby require that     all such Persons as hold Claims of any kind soever     against the said Effects do present the same forth   with, in order that they may be inspected, and   measures adopted for the liquidation of such as are legal. And I do furthermore request, that all   Debts due to the above mentioned Mr, Samuel Barnes at the time 0f his demise be liquidated       and fully discharged on or before the 1 st day of   March now next ensuing, as no greater ...

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HIGH WATER at SYDNEY for the ensning week. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 10 February 1805

HIGH WATER at SYDNEY for the ensuing week.   Mo—40 m past 4 morn, 5 m past 5 evening   Tues—35 m past 5 morn, 5 m past 6 evening   Wed—35 m past 6 morn, 5 m past 7 evening   Thurs—35 m past 7 morn, 5 m past 8 night   Fri—35 m past 8 morn, 5 m past 9 at night     Sad—35 m past 9 morn, 10 at night         Sun—25 m past 10 foren 55 m past 11 ar night   PRINTED AT SYDNEY, AND ADVERTISE-         MENTS RECEIVED BY G. HOWE.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 10 February 1805

MARRIED,   Last Sunday fo'nnight at Sydney, Mr. John   Bulger to Mrs. E. Allen late of Toongabbe.

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Postscript. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 17 February 1805

Postscript His Excellency is expected in town early in the ensuing week. ......................................     We are sorry to learn from Hawkesbury, that much wheat has been spoilt by the rains, owing to the settlers neglecting to   thatch their stacks, many of which are to- tally destroyed.   The scarcity of reapers at Hawkesbury is one substantial reason why returns are not made to Sydney in the abundance usual at this period. The Contest, whose arrival we mentioned       on Sunday last was absent six months, most       of which was spent upon the coast of New Zealand near Dusky Bay, where she was very   successful. An anonymous letter was yesterday re-   ceived by a Gentleman of the Magistracy   inclosing several forged promissory notes   drawn after the old model, upon Mr. James   ...

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State of the Barometer and 'Thermometer, taken in the shade at Government House, Sydney, for the Fortnight commencing Sunday, Feb. 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 17 February 1805

State of the Barometer and Thermometer,                 taken in the shade at Government House, Sydney, for the Fortnight commencing  Sunday, Feb. 3.         DAYS. Sun M Tu W Th Fri Sat   M Tu W Th Fri Sat Sun     BAROMETER.   8 morn. in. - 100 p 30 12 30 19 29 62 29 63 29 87 30 5 30 14 30 3 30 10 30 6 29 69 29 69   29 83   29 90     12 noon in. - 100 p 30 13   30 14 29 59 29 70 29 90 30 20 30 15 30 2 30 12 29 2   29 63 29 73 29 73 29 0 4 afternoon in. - 100 p 30 9 29 65 29 77 29 60 30 2 30 20 30 9 30 2 30 8 29 87 29 75 29 90 29 95 29 4     8 night in. - 100 p 30 10 29 55 29 97 29 55 30 5 30 20 30 10 30 9 30 2 29 90 29 9? 29 90 29 90 29 90 THERMOMETER. 8 morn, 12 noon, 4 aft, ...

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To the Printer of the Sydney Gazette. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 17 February 1805

To the Printer of the Sydney Gazette. SIR, Of all the natural productions that have     hitherto pressed upon the attention of the   curious in this luxuriant hemisphere, none       appears to me more truly entitled to serious   observation than the spider, whose prodigious     variety is calculated to astonish and to please.                 Among the grovellers many distinct species are to be found, which differ widely from each other in size and form; and, if the natives are to be in this instance accredited, some of wbicb possess the power of emitting a poisonous fuid, doubtless extracted from the herb. Having destowed much attention on the object of ascertaining the truth of this, I have repeatedly had recourse to their judg- ment, and found that they mostly agr...

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EXAMINATIONS BEFORE THE MAGISTRATES. WEDNESDAY, FEB. 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 17 February 1805

    BEFORE THE MAGISTRATES. WEDNESDAY, FEB. 13. Horses.-A demand was preferred for the penalty upon five horses belonging to a Gen- tleman, which being found loose about the streets, were taken up and pounded, as di- rected by His Excellency's General Orders in that behalf ; which being set forth by the applicant, the Gentleman to whom the cattle belonged briefly stated, that they had been, as was the invariable custom con- sequent upon his positive injunctions, turned aloose upon his own grounds, which being fenced in and well secured on all sides, it was not possible they should be found at large un- less some of the gates had been inadvertently left open by strangers, who were uninter- ruptedly permitted at all times to cross the grounds, as otherwise the labouring orders in procuring fuel for their domestic uses must of necessity make a circuit which would add considerably to that portion of their labour. It was also worthy to be considered, that the gr...

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CULTURE of HOPS IN GREAT BRITAIN. (Continued from our last). [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 17 February 1805

CULTURE of HOPS IN GREAT BRITAIN   (Continued from our last). "If the hop be weak, and the ground not     rich, the poles should not be more than from 14 to, 18 feet long, for fear of impoverishing: the roots ; for the hop will soon run itself out   of heart if overpoled ; so that, as was said before, there is more danger in over-poling than in under-poling; neither can a good crop   be expected from an over-poled ground, be- cause the branches which bear the hops grow   very little till the buds have over-reached the poles, which they cannot do when the pole is too long :-two small poles are sufficient for a hill in a young ground. " Towards the latter, end of July hops begin to blossom; about the beginning of August they bell; and in forward years they   are sometimes ripe at the end of August or beginning of September. When they begin to change colour, or are easily pulled to pieces, when t...

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A gentle Reproof. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 17 February 1805

A gentle Reproof. ONCE, JUNO in a jealous fit,     Regardless of poor Io's sighs, The God of Thunder to outwit, To Argus gave one hundred eyes. But now, 'gainst me her vengeance pours — — Regardelss of my previous wrongs, She first condemns ME to be yours,   Then counts thee out one hundred tongues.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 17 February 1805

NOTICE. WHEREAS public Notice was some time     since given, through the medium of this Payer, prohibiting every person from cuttung           Tirnber, or in any manner traspassing on the PARSONAGE GROUNDS ; but which failing in its object, all Persons are hereby further cau- tioned against hereafter continuing such illicit practices ; as any and every person who may be   detected in cutting or removing Timber fom the said Grounds (such as maybe required yy Go- vernment alone excepted)) will be prosecuted with every possible severity. N.B. The above Grounds, which are gene-   rally known, are lying and situate on the left , side of the Road leading from Sydney to Parra- matta ; and extend from the Blackwattle Swamp   to Major Johnston's Farm. NOTICE.   Mr. Lord takes occasion to avail himself of the present interval of leisure to request, tha...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 17 February 1805

SYDNEY.           On Wednesday evening last a promissory note for 3£ sterling was offered to a person in Chapel Row in payment of a debt con- tracted ; but on doubt of its validity being entertained, enquiry was made to the supposed drawer, who immediately declared it to be a fraud. The presenter of the bill being questioned, said he had the same day received it from a labouring man, but appearing over-anxious to regain possession of it, all that he had advanced was suspected to be fabrica-   ted, and suspicion fell upon himself. He was in consequence taken into custody, and un-   derwent a short examination the same evening before a Magistrate; by whom, owing to   repeated prevarication and other circumstances   tending to strengthen suspicion of his being criminally interested in the matter, he was committed for a further hearing. The te-   merity of pe...

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PARRAMATTA, FEB. 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 17 February 1805

PARRAMATTA,           Feb 13. The water mill erected by Government was last, week tried, and found capable of grinding from fix to eight bushels of wheat per hour. A Gentleman's store-room (contiguous to the dwelling) was some nights since broke into, and robbed of a quantity of spirits; in conequence of which a watchman was taken into custody on suspicion of abetting in the offence by permitting its perpetration, and every step taken to promote disvovery,     but which has hitherto proved ineffectual. The offence is capital ; and if even the per- son apprehended be innocent so far as relates to any aetual share in the robbery, yet it was manifest that in a want of vigilance he had been guilty of a breach of duty, as otherwise the offence could not have been committed. James Houlding, a prisoner who some       time since absconded from public labour, and ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 17 February 1805

Secretary's Office, FEB. 15, 1805. ALL those having any claims or demands on   John Tysoe and Thomas Gutteridge,   are desired to present them to me at this office without delay.           D. D. Mann. N O T 1 C E, To be Erected at Sydney by Contract   A Court House of the following dimensions viz.   60 Feet long by 26, in the Clear, and the wall 12 feet high from the ground floor ; 4 windows in front, 2, at the back, and a fire place and one window at the end ; the fíoor of the lower room to be boarded, and a room above of the same dimensions; no partition wall either in the lower or upper rooms : a Varando in front, with a small   room at each end. -The Bricks, iron-work, and Nails to be furnished by Government, and the Timber carried to the pits at Govern- ment expence. Any eligible Bricklayer and Carpenter, willing to treat for erecting the above Build...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 17 February 1805

MARRIED, On Tuesday at Sydney, Mr. James Wilshire to Miss Esther Pitt, of Mulgrave Place.    DIED, On Monday last, much lamented by his friends who were numerous, Mr. William Tough, Mer- chant. On Tuesday, Mrs. S. Pryor, wife of Thomas Pryor. PRINTED AT SYDNEY, AND ADVERTISE-   MENTS RECEIVED BY G. HOWE.

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 17 February 1805

   SHIP NEWS. On Thursday sailed the sloop Surprise for King's Town. On Friday sailed the George, for Bass's   Straits. The Richard and Mary is expected to sail to-morrow for the fishery. The Alexander sails for England in the middle of the ensuing week. Hawkesbury Craft.-Waiting for a wind, the Hawkesbury, Hope, Improvement, and Charlotte.

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EXAMINATIONS BEFORE THE MAGISTRATES. TUESDAY, FEB. 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 24 February 1805

EXAMINATIONS   BEFORE THE MAGISTRATES, TUESDAY, FEB. 19. Two seamen who had been taken up the evening before in Chapel Row as disorderly, by the night watch, appeared to answer the charge:-they were acknowledged to be in a state of excessive intoxication, and as no accusation for assault was exhibited, the Bench, in consideration of a good character from their Officer ordered them to be libe- rated. Another charge was brought bv the Po-       lice, and strengthened by the testimony of se- veral housekeepers inculpating two inhabitants of the neighbourhood in promoting the   disorder, and attempting to rescue the above persons from custody. The Magistrates with much warmth expatiated- upon the extreme impropriety of so unjustifiable a conduct, which went to the total subversion of the regularity and good order which it was the duty and sole employment of the Police to maintain, and of every inhabitant to support. The in...

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ACCIDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 24 February 1805

ACCIDENTS. The daughter of Mrs Ann Moreton, ac- companying her mother in a chaise to Parra- matta, in which were three persons, on Sun- day last unfortunately had her shoulder disclo- cated near Duck River, owing to the chaise overturning: neither of the other persons were hurt. From the frequency of accidents of the above kind, we hope it will not be considered impertinent to caution the unpractised driver against embracing too ardently the rein so very shortly after a succession of weather by which the roads must be supposed to have been much impaired. At such a season the   management of the chariot should devolve to the firm and experienced grasp of an Apollo lest the fate of the aspiring Phaeton attend a resolution no less imprudent than unfortu- nate. Numerous and sometimes distressing have been the accidents arising from the very cul-     pable neglect of covering wells ; and indeed a single month passes without a won-   der...

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