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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 25 August 1805

STOLEN from His Majesty's Dock Yard about eight days since, a large Copper Boi-   ler belonging to His Majesty's ship Buffalo.   Any person giving information that may lead to conviction of all or any of the offenders shall receive Five Guineas Reward; and if withheld   after this Notice, the person in whose possession if may be found will be prosecuted with all pos-   sible severity. By Command of His Excellency,   (signed) J. HARRIS. NOTICE,--Any person who may have re-     ceived in payment or otherwise, a Pro-     missory Note of hand, addressed to MessrsPal- mer and Co and accepted by John Palmer,   Esq. for the sum of 1l. 6s. is hereby directed to   forward it to JOHN HARRIS, Esq. without delay ; as any persons tendering the said Note hereafter will be liable to prosecution. NOTICE.-The Ferret South Whaler will   sail for E...

Publication Title: Sydney Gazette And New South Wales Advertiser, The
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Bench of Magistrates.—Aug. 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 25 August 1805

Bench of Magistrates,-Aug. 24. Robert Davis stood charged on oath by O. M.Nanime with having stolen a bar of iron the property of Government from the public Salt-works, from whence two others were so     missing and the charge upon which he was   brought forward being clearly established, he was sentenced to 100 lashers, which were severe ly inflicted in the presence of the Superintendant of Police.   7. Rolay ~ a freeman, was apprehended and brought before the Bench, charged with steal ing sundry pieces of iron work off the out- buildings upon the farm of R. Campbell, Esq. and being convicted was turned into Govern- ment employ for 12 months ; and Wm. Gard   ner, callcd upon by the prisoner as evidence in his behalf was also identified as his accomplice, and ordered into the gaol gang. Dennis O'Leary, whose ancient and infirm appearance has long attracted public commi- seration was accused of innumerable petty misdemeaners upon his neighbours and others, a...

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From a Loudon Paper. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 25 August 1805

From a London Paper. COURT MARTIAL.--At a Court Martial assembled on board His Majesty's ship Gla-   idiator, in Portsmouth harbour, the 29th day of August, 1804. Pursuant to an order of the Right Hon. the Lords Commisioners of the Admiralty, dated the 27th day of August instant, and directed to the President, setting forth that Lieutenant Robert Fowler, commanding His Majesty's late armed vessel the Porpoise, had, by his letter to their Lordships' Secretary, of the 8th instant, acquainted them with the loss of the   said armed vessel, on the 17th of August, 1803, By striking on a reef of sand in the latitude     of 23. 23. S. and longitude of 155. 36. E. The Court proceeded to enquire into the cause and circumstances of the loss of His Ma- jesty's said armed vessel the Porpoise, and to try Lieut. Robert Fowler, his officers and ship's company, for their conduct on that oc casion. And having heard the evidence pro- duced, and compl...

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On the Wheat Caterpillar.—Concluded. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 25 August 1805

On the Wheat Caterpillar.-Concluded. In general, as has been already observed, the egg is hatched in 6 or 8 days ; the time they continue in the caterpillar state cannot be precisely ascertained, as it differs from various causes ; that in the aureliae it may remain from a few days even to three months ; but that the life of the butterfly seldom exceeds a fortnight or three weeks :—the whole circle of this insect's life, as computed from the in-   genious experiments of Messieurs Duhamel and   Tillet, in general compleated in less than 50   days. The coming out of the insect is in general     denoted by a prodigious heat in the heaps or sheaves of corn, by which the hatching is ac- celerated, as multitudes issue out in a few days after the fermentation has taken place. Be- tween autumn and spring their propagation ceases, but renews at the return of warm weather, though it is questionable whether the heat produced by the insects th...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 25 August 1805

NOTICE.           WANTED to be shipped on board the ship Sydney in the Cove, on or about the 10th of September, from Two to Three thousand Bushels of sound storeable wheat for the use of His Majeíly's Settlement at Hobart Town, Van Diemen's Land. Those who are not indebted to the Crown, who choose to run the risque of its being in good condition on its arrival at the Derwent may receive Nine Shillings a Bushel. For the quantity shipped at the risque of Government no more than the Sydney price of 7s. 6s. per bushel will be given. Payment will be ordered by Lieu- tenant Governor Collins, by bills at 90 daiys sight on the Lords Commisioners of His Ma- jesty's Treasury. By Command of His Excellency,   J. PALMER, Commiíssary.   Government House, Parramatta, Aug. 19, 1805. ^PHËGood Skip BROTHERS wil. i M on or be *. for« Sunday next. All Claims or Demand« on Captain W:orth are tterefore-.to'-be prff...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 25 August 1805

SYDNEY.           The Sydney has received on board for the use of Government 117 piece of ship timber,       and a great quantity more is at this time ready to be put on board. On Friday morning John Randall, a la- boring man, was found dead of an apoplexy near Parramatta.   Last Wednesday a fire broke out in the house of Thomas Barrat at Parramatta, by which the premises were in a short time reduced to ashes, together with its contents. The ow- ner in endeavouring to extinguish the flames was severely burnt. The accident was owing to the chimney taking fire.   On Thurfday evening lait the houfe of Mr. Robert Rufhworth was broke into and robbed of caíh to fome confiderable amount in . guineas and dollars. A man was next day apprehended on fufpicion, and lodged for Ex lamination, but was yefterd^y liberated. Same nip'ht the houfeof Elizabeth Horan » was en...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 25 August 1805

DIED.—On Saturday evening the 17th in- stant at Parramatta, much lamented, Mr. John Jennings, Chief Constable at that Settlement. Tuesday being appointed for the interment, the Parramatta Loyal Association attended, with a numerous assemblage of the inhabitants   among whom one sentiment of regret pre- vailed.       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 — 25 August 1805

        SHIP NEWS.       On Thursday sailed His Majesty's ship Buffalo for Norfolk Island; from thence to proceed to Port Dalrymple with stock. His Majesty's armed tender Lady Nelson sails this morning for King's Town. Came in from Hawkesbury on Tuesday, the Hope and Richmond; and sailed for ditto the William on Friday. Remains in the Cove the Argo, Honduras Packet, Brothers, Sydney, and Harrington with Spanish vessels; the Ferret in Ceres   Cove, nearly ready for sea.      

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 1 September 1805

SHIP NEWS. On Thursday came in the schooner Contest, with valuable cargo of cedar from King's Town. The Ferret is expected to sail about the middle of the week. Remain as per last.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 1 September 1805

NOTICE.-All persons having Claims or Demands on Mr. SAVAGE are desired to present them immediately The Secretary's Office, Sydney, Aug 29 1805. THE undermentioned Persons have His Ex-       CELLENCY'S Permission to depart the Colony, viz, For England -George Woodlands, Edward     Smith, Henry Simpson, and Wm. Saggers.   For the Southward---Cornelius Murphy, and John Brown. John Swaine. John Day, William Fitzgerald. ALL Claims or Demands upon the above   named persons are to be forthwith presented in writing at this Office. By Command of His Excellency,   G. B L A X C E L L , Acting Sec       To be sold by Auction by Mr. S. Lord   on Monday the 23d of September instant,     at the house of Mr. JAMES LARRA the undermen-     tioned FARM, STOCK &c. and for the Accommoda &...

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General Orders. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 1 September 1805

General Orders. MR. Francis Oakes, Free Settler, is appoin- ted Head Constable for Parramatta and its Districts, in the room of John Jennings, deceased. By Command of His Excellency G. BLAXCELL, Acting Sec Government House, Paramatta, August 18th 1805 The Commissary is directed to receive found     storeable shelled Maize of the forward   crop into His Majesty's Stores, in part Pay- ment of Debts due to the Crown, from those who have not a sufficiency of Wheat or Swine's Flesh for that purpose. Maize returned at Sydney and Parramatta 4s. per Bushel. Ditto at Hawkesbury, 3s. 3d. per Bushel. The Commissary and his Deputies being   made responsible that no unsound Maize, or that of the later crop be received, care must be taken not to offer any in a damaged state, as it will be refused. And for the public accom- modation HIS EXCELLENCY directs, That those who have a Debt exceeding 3o£ may pay a fourth in maize, Exceeding 20£ One Third...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 1 September 1805

NOTICE. - All those having Claims on the Committee for conducting the Orphan   Institution are required to present the same for payment on Friday mornmg next, at ten o'clock, at the Orphan School ; and those who stand indebted are directed also to attend to settle their Accounts By Order of the Commttee D. D. MANN, Clerk. Sydney, August 31st. 1805 STOLEN from His Majesty's Dock Yard about eight days since, a large Copper Boi-   ler belonging to His Majefty's ship Buffalo, Any person giving information that may lead to conviction of all or any of the offenders shall receive Five Guineas Reward ; and if withheld after this Notice, the person in whose possession it may be found will be prosecuted with all pos- sible severity. By Command af His Excellency, (signed) J. HARRIS. NOTICE. The Trustees to the Estate of     Mr. WILLIAM Cox hereby give Notice to the Creditors, of the said Estate, that they will pay a further Dividend of two Sh...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 1 September 1805

SYDNEY           Yesterday a Bench of Magistrates was held           when Capt. Buncker lodged a complaint a- gainst some of his ship's company deserting the Honduras Packet, and at the same time al- ledged a suspicion of their having been seduced   from their duty by parties interested therein, contrary to His Excellency's General Orders;   and having received information that the mas- ter of a private colonial vessel had been ac- cessary to the desertion of his people, he was called upon to justify ; and denying the charge was required to bind himself under a penalty of   500£ not to take either of the said deserters on board his vessel, which was done accordingly. The following articles, the property of a poor man in charge of a farm near town, were on Friday night stolen, the house being broke   into, viz. a grey cloth great coat, 2 jackets, 2 shirts, 1 blanket and three rugs ; should any ...

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CAUTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 8 September 1805

CAUTION       THOMAS WADE of Richmond Hill, fettler,     hereby cautions the public against accre-     diting Elizabeth Buller on his account, as no debts she may contract will be discharged by him.

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 8 September 1805

SYDNEY.     On ATuesday His EXCELLENCY and FAMILY   returned to Town of Parramatta.     A Hawksbury boat was attacked in the Ri-     ver at the beginning of last week by a banditt of branch natives, but failed in their attempt to take the vessel, and were repelled with     the loss of Wogionigh; who was shot through     the head; and there was much reason to sup-     pose Branch Jack shared a like fate.    

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 8 September 1805

SHIP NEWS         On Friday arrived the schooner Governor Hunter, with 20,000lbs. of salt on account of Government, made from the Salt pans worked at Newcastle under the direction of Mr. Throsby.   Yesterday arrived His Majesty's armed ten-   der Lady Nelson from King's Town, with   coals and cedar.   On Tuesday arrived the Ceres, Captain Sharpe, from Bass's Straits, not having had any account of the boat's crew she left to procure seal ; of whose safety there is too too much reason to relinquish every hope. The Ferret, Captain Skelton, still remains in Sirius Cove, ready for sea. Remain in the Cove the Honduras Packet, Brothers, Argo, Sydney, Harrington and Spanish Vessels. At Kent's Bay Captain Sharpe fell in with a colonial vessel, from whom he received on   board Despatches for His EXCELLENCY from   His Honor Lieutenant Governor PATERSON, dated August...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 8 September 1805

' Seer i ia fsOji c. S j {hey, Sep.. 6, I So?. ^HL unJ¿i"i-iiti">ne 1 Pjríj.is have il is P> CELLE.VCY'S Penn I iii on lodepaiL the Co- lony, viz» Ililli a ,n Radco i (Vm. IFiir,'". y hu '}rou*i~e, 'lhos. G'ee'iy "John Ädarci's. A ,L Claims or Deirurds upon the above ni.;i:d pcfjns ars to bî foiih.vith prefenicd in witting a! ibis O .The. Ly Gc/ni ia K4 of His E cc ¿Heney y G. BLAXCELL, ¿cling S H\ ] ,x Li. !'<-. ion¿ havui^ Clai n-» on tie oh > ' *??*. Sydney are denicJ lo givs them in i) Captain Foi e t on. or before the 12th ihfL'r, ' tim the Oiiie may fee fettled. ^o De ouLD ¿Y Auc riJN by xVJU. b. LOUD» on Mondiy the 23Í of Septerabei inilanr," a: the houle or .Vir. J Vwiii L\RI<A the u< d » mu - tianed F¿rni, >tr»cl:, Houüvld Fami ur<*, &:, ?rd for tns Accomm JtUuoa of the Public Six Momtis * Creek will be given, A Fifty Acre F»rm finíate at Prtip^cl and k^ewn . by tai lumeof feidawav's li arm, a unit 30 at. s C"a...

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To the Printer of the Sydney Gazette. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 8 September 1805

To the Printer of the Sydney Gazette. SIR, I have witnessed with extreme regret the fatality to which our flocks have been sub- jected during the late winter, and have endea- voured, by the nicest observation I was capa- ble of, to make myself acquainted with the cause. It is a general maxim with our best writers upon Husbandry, that the more inno-   cent the application, the speedier the cure, & as proper attention in the shepherd will mostly prevent a distemper, the ignorance or inatten- tion of these people may frequently be consi-     dered the root of its disorder. In may be re-   collected, that at the latter end of the last au- tumn we were visited with much flowery   weather ; which gave to the vallies or lo- lands a verdure above that of the more eleva-       ted grounds, by which I am of opinion the un- skilful shepherd was unfortunately led to ima- gine, that th...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 8 September 1805

N O T I C E. WANTED immediately to be erected, Ten Bridges upon the road leading from Syd- ney to Parramatta, viz. 1. Between Grose Farm and Major Johnson's           2. Opposite Major Johnston's paling.   3. Corner of White's Farm, 4. At the Foot of Prentice's Hill. 5. Corner of Captain Rowley's Railing. 6. Next to Hackings Creek. 7. Hacking's Creek. S. Blanket's Bridge. 9. Captain M'Arthur's Creek. 10. Becket's Bridge. The above Bridges are to be 16 feet wide with Four Sleepers of at least a foot and half in diameter, either of iron bark, or bluegum, bedded 0n timber of the like dimensions to be       covered with three inch plank, 16 feet long And properly secured by treenails of 1½ inch   diameter. The Timber & plank to be prepared by the Contractor as near to the respective spots as possible ; after which it will be conveyed there at the expe...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 8 September 1805

N O T I C E. A Reward of Five Pounds will be paid to any person apprehending or causing to be   apprehended any of the undernamed persons       deserted from the Ship Honduras Packet, viz. John Harrison John Stewart       John Rose And if any of the above Men will return to their duty within four days from this date, and   give the necessary information in order for the encouragers and harbourers of such deser- ters may be brought to justice, they will not only receive a pardon for such elopement, but also a Reward of Ten Pounds Sterling on con-       viction of such offenders : and in order that the said men may the more effectually be appre hended, a further reward of Ten Pounds is of- fered to any person who shall prosecute to conviction ; and as Capt. Buncker intends to   remain in this Colony, all attempts to secrete and har...

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