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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 29 September 1805

NOTICE.-The whole of the Male Pri- soners residing in the District of Hawkes   bury, who have the indulgence of holding Tickets of Leave, are to assemble at the Green Hills on Monday Morning, the 14th of October next, at nine o'clock (or able Substitutes for such as may require leave to be absent), in order to perform a Task in the Repair of the Public Roads, of 35 Rods each Man.--The Road to be 18 feet in the clear, with a Ditch on each side : and no one will be allowed to return until the whole of the task is finished. By Command of His Excellency, G. BLAXCELL, Acting Sec Sydney, Sept 28, 1805 Commissary Office, Sept. 5, 18o5.   EVery Person having public Claims, on   Government are to give them in to me on or before the 10th of October, that they may be finally settled by the 20th of Oct. for the Quarter ending on the 30th instant. No Claims that are made after the 10th of October will be attended to. J. PALMER, Commissary.

Publication Title: Sydney Gazette And New South Wales Advertiser, The
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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 29 September 1805

NOTICE.           AT a Meeting of the Trustees and Credi-   ters of Mr. William Cox, held this 19th   day of September, 1805, they came to the fol- lowing Resolutions, and directed the same to   be carried into effect. That the 1 lull Deed which empires th"» Jay be fut th cr continued for the icnn^of Lx month?. 1 hat the Ti uüecs do without delay take ali legal meanb foi receding and coJtciin^ all theout-ftanding Debn. That the Sleek purebred at former Sa'c«, * und not paid for, be fold and difpoicd of ?<-cor ¿ing to the terms cf the refpccti\e bones, thv Creditors being deíírcws that the a,counts li5 ' finally cío fed, and the üv.,2 to te A. Id for piompt payment. In compliance with the direction of *T,e Creditors the T ruft ees giv_ this publie 1S\. tice, that fuch Stock a* aie not paid for on o. before the 14th cay of Octoucr ne<t wiMta Sold by Auction vi ...

Publication Title: Sydney Gazette And New South Wales Advertiser, The
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General Orders. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 29 September 1805

General Orders. WHEREAS at a Bench of Magistrates con-   vened by order of the GOVERNOR, to determine on the seizure of various imple- ments, &c. for distilling Spirits from Grain and Sugar, the Proprietors and others posses- sing and using the said implements and mate- rials received the following Sentences, for the disobedience of the General and Public Order of the 28th of February, 1799:   Michael Wallice, convict, to receive 300 lashes;   Matthew Sutton, Michael Hayes, convicts for life, but Conditionally Emancipated, and Michael Byrne, whose term of transportation is expired, to be sent from the Colony;   All the materials for distillation to be con- fiscated to such Constables as were employed in seizing them. Upon the Recommendation of the Magis- trates, the GOVERNOR is pleased to remit the Sentence passed on M. Wallice, for his candid and proper behaviour, and from a conviction on the Governor's mind that the delin...

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COURT of CRIMINAL JURISDICTION [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 29 September 1805

COURT OF CRIMINAL JURISDICTION On Friday morning the Court assembled, and proceeded to the trial of William Miller, labourer, for the WILFUL MURDER of Bridget Kean, in the afternoon   of the 18th of September, at Hawkesbury.   When commanded to plead to the indictment the prisoner answered "Not guilty of       the crime willfully;" and evidence was then   called.   Simon Ludditt deposed, that about 2 in the   afternoon of the above day he observed the prisoner running towards him in great haste ;   that he asked him if any thing was amiss? &       was answered "Yes : I have killed Biddy, &   am going to deliver myself up;" that the de-   ponent offered to and did accompany him to the Green Hills, where he declared his crime to Mr. Andrew Thompson, chief constable,     who, joined by the r...

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Extract from Captain KING'S Journal of the Transactions on returning to the Sandwich Islands; giving an Account of the Method used in Salting Pork. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 6 October 1805

Extract from Captain KING'S Journal of the   Transactions on returning to the Sandwich   Islands ; giving an Account of the Method used in Salting Pork. "The Hogs which we made use of for the pur-     pose were various sizes, weighing from 4   to 12 stone (14lbs.) The time os slaughtering was always in the afternoon ; and as soon as the hair was       fc-'^cd ( ff. and the inraiU rem-rvrd, the Hog was« divid.-d into pifces oí 4 T âl'^s. eacn, and the banes of the leg and chine taken o it ; and, m tne larger ! forr, the niis abo. Every pi:ce then being C-imul lr examined, and the ireins cleared er'the coaga'med bl r,e¡d, t'nev were handed to the Saliers, w hil ft the. fhih remained ftill warm. After th?) had been wall ruhbed witn fait, they were placed m a heap on a fbgc raifed in the open air, c ivered with planks, and preifed «uh the heavu ft weights we could 1-iv on them. In thi...

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General Orders. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 6 October 1805

General Orders. MR. David Bevan is appointed Licensed   Auctioneer for the ensuing Year from this   date ; and to be continued unless he forfeits the Office by any improper conduct, he having gi- ven a Security of One Thousand Pounds ster- ling for the true and just performance of the duty of Licensed Auctioneer. By Command of His Excellency,   G. BLAXCELL, Acting Sec. Government House, Sydney, Oct 5, 1805.   ERRATUM in His EXCELLENCY s General Orders announced in the Gazette of last week.-In the front page, 3d line of 3d col. for ' 185° East Longitude,' read ' 135° East Longitude, &c. &c.'

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 6 October 1805

*KJbTiCE.-The whole of the Male Pru j .^/'foners relldino; in the DiftricT: of Hawkef J bury, who have the indulgence of holding ! Tiricecs of Leave, are to allembie at the G.ic.'i Hills on Monday Morning, the 14th of October next, at nine o'clock (or able kubilitutes for fuch as may require leave tobe abfent), in order to perform a Taflc in.ythe Repair of the Public Roads, of 35 Rods each Man.--The Road to be 18 feet in the clear, with a Ditck on each fide : and no one y/ill he .ail o wed to return until the whole of the talk is ii.iiih.ed* By Command of His Excellency,. G. BLAXCELL, Ailing Sec. Sváncv, Seor, 2?, 1 S©ç»_ Ij"<Very Perfon having public Claims on ^ Government are to give them in to mc »n or before the 10th of O¿1 ober, that they rmy be finally fettled by the 20th of Oct. for the Quarter ending on the 30th inftant. No Claims that are made after the loth of October will be attended to. J. PALMER, Commissaary, Judge Advocate's Office. Sept. 2S, IS 05. "'HF, Co...

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Court of Criminal Jurisdiction. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 6 October 1805

Court of Criminal Jurisdiction. On Tuesday morning the Court assembled, and proceeded to try James Daily upon two indictments, on the latter of which he was found guilty, viz, of inhumanly and most a- trociously assaulting a girl only eight years old. The evidence for the prosecution left not the very shadow of a doubt that could be favorable   to the prisoner's case ; but on the contrary held   him up to all the contempt and odium which   his depraved propensities had drawn down upon him. The sentence pronounced upon the offender was as follows :—That he should   be punished corporally with eight hundred   lashes, to be inflicted at such times and places, and in such manner as HIS EXCELLENCY might deem fitting to the purposes of public example, unhappily found requisite to the suppression of   a direful, inhuman, and most degrading of of- fences ; and also that the prisoner should be committed to the gaol...

Publication Title: Sydney Gazette And New South Wales Advertiser, The
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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 6 October 1805

SYDNEY.                   On Monday morning the sentence of the law was executed on the criminal condemned the Friday before for the detestible crime of   murder ; and after the body had remained the   usual time suspended, it was given for dissec-   tion. The unhappy criminal had from the instant of his resigning himself to justice be-         haved in a manner becoming his situation, and in his latter moments appeared to have sin- cerely benefitted from a true repentance. It     would appear also, that from the fatal moment   which consigned him to the terrible reproach of conscience, he entertained no other wish than to atone for his offence by yielding blood for blood : the emotion that choaked his ut- terance at the bar of justice ; hi...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 6 October 1805

WANTED, a Shepherd; and also, a Herds-   man : active men are required, as good wages will be given. -Apply to the Printer. REWARD of Thirty Shillings !- Run away from the Ship Brothers   Frederic Owens & Emanuel Williams. Any Person apprehending or causing them to be ap- prehended shall receive the Reward offered. But and Person or Persons harbouring, suporting, em-   ploying either of the above named Deserters, will be             prosecuted with the most rigid severity.   BENJAMIN WORTH, Commander.         WANTED immediately, Several good Stone Masons, to enter conjointly into a Con-       tract for Building a STONE WALL, measuring in       Length 250 Feet or thereabouts, and ten Feet high.   Persons des...

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SUNDAY MONING. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 6 October 1805

SUNDAY MONING. On Monday His EXCELLENCY visited Parramatta, and made an excursion to the South   Creek on Thursday, accompanied by a party of Gentlemen; the same evening returned to Parramatta, and last night arrived in town. This day Divine Service is performed by the Rev. Mr. MARSDEN at Hawkesbury, in the forenoon. Last week a fine colt belonging to Mr. J. Whitear, of Parramatta, was staked in attempting to leap a fence, but hitherto survives the   injury, which at first permitted but little hope   of saving the animal. Instructions for growing Potatoes. — Instead of using Sets, plenty of Seed may be obtained out of       the daily consumption of every individual, without diminishing their Food, as recommended by the Dublin Agricultural Society, Jan. 15, l801, as fol-     lows : " As soon as the potatoes are washed, and fit to put into the pot, with a sharp knife or scoop, somewhat in the sh...

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General Orders. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 13 October 1805

General Orders. From the destruction occasioned by the Fly Moth to the Wheat in Stacks, and the   necessity of supplying the New Settlements,   the full Military Ration is to cease, and a Treasury Ration to be issued to the Non-Com-   missioned Officers and Privates until further Orders. The Stoppages, are consequently to cease on the 24th ultimo, until a full Military Ration can be re-issued. From the above causes the following alteration in the Weekly Ration will be issued till further Orders, viz.       Civil and Military Six Ponrds and a half of Wheat, 4lbs. of Maize and 6oz. or Sugar, witb 4lbs. of Pork. To Prisoners, five pounds of wheat, six     pounds of maize arid six ounces of sugar with 4lbs. of pork, women and children in propor- tion. The Wives and Children of Officers to be victualled and all the children belonging to the Non Commissioned Officers and Privates who ar...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 13 October 1805

    SYDNEY.         At ten yesterday morning His EXCELLENCY and FAMILY left town for Parramatta,   and returned in the evening. A private letter by the Ocean mentions the safe arrival in England of Captain Buncker of the Albion, with nearly 200 tons of oil, mostly sperm; she went from St. Helena a     single ship, having been disappointed of   convoy. On Monday last a handsome and valuable colt rising 3 yrs old. belonging to Mr. Isaac Nichol, dropped dead in a cart while breaking   in for draught, without any visible cause. A   few days before, 100 guineas had been offered for it, and rejected. Last Sunday night a farm residence occupi-   ed by J. Haggot near Parramatta was robbed of a quantity of tea, sugar, and salted pork. The morning following the traces of a foot were visible, with the peculiar appearance of onl...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 13 October 1805

NOTICE.- The Inhabitants throughout the Colony are cautioned and required not     to give Credit to any Seaman belonging to the       Ship King George, as the Owners, Messrs Ka-                       ble and Company, will not answer any Demand       that may be made upon any such Seaman, as every     precaution has been taken upon their part to pre-     vent such Debts being contracted. Individuals are     at the same time forbidden harbouring or enter- taining any Seaman belonging the above ship, un- less he have a written Permission signed by the Master, as otherwise a prosecution will be immedi- ately commenced against them. Any person having the fifth Volume o...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 13 October 1805

*/~ ws*" -*»- jr- **&~ . Commissary's Office, Oct. 12, 1805.   Wanted, for the Use of His Magesty's Settlement at Hobart Town, Five   Thousand Bushels of Storeable Wheat, to be landed in the following proportions, viz. From One to Two Thoinrnd I'ufneU to be landed before the 30J1 of March next ; From Two to Three i houhir.d Huiréis to be landed hdore the 50dl of }\\:~\z ne*t. Individuals wiihinjr te perform this Service are lequircd to give their fe-ale 1 'Pendéis in ro me a: nine o'clock in the morning of thz fir ii- Friday in November. lxhe Tenders are to fpecifv the loweft Price j per Buihel of 56 Pounds, delivered into His j Majefly's Stores at Hobart Town. Three-Thou fand Five Hundred ^uCheîs of Whe.ii, for the Ufe of His h/íajeíly's Settle menta: lort Dalrymple, will al fo be contrtxi ed for on the moil approved terms contained in Fenders for rhat purpofe, to be given in at che fame time as thore for Hobart Town. By Command of His Excellency, ...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 13 October 1805

SHIP NEWS.     On Wednesday arrived from the Derwent       the colonial ship King George, Moody, having     procured 99 tons of black oil about that river since she sailed from hence the 27th of last June, in Company with the Sophia and Richard and Mary, to procure that article for the   Sydney: but it does not appear that they have   jointly procured more than 348 tons, the present year having been much less favourable for black whale in the Derwent than   the preceding. The Ocean south whaler, Bristow, touched at Adventure Bay the 13th of August, after a short voyage of four months from England: but as her touching here was by no means certain, only a few private letters have been received by her. The principal communication contained in these relative to the affairs of Europe is, that a Declaration of War against Spain had taken place in January last, ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 20 October 1805

Commiffaryys Office, Oft. 12, l8 35 anted, for the Ufe of ti is Majefty's Settlement at Hobart Town, Five Thou'ana Bufhcls of Sioreable Wh?at, tobe landed in the following proportions viz. From One to Two Thoufrnd BuSieb to be landed before the 301:1 of ?\í¿rch next 5 Fron wo to Fhree Fhoufand Suihels to be Jan led before the 30th of June next. Individuals wifiling te perform this Service are icquired to give their fealed Tenders in to me at nine o'clock in the morning of the fir ft Friday in November. The Tenders are to fpeeif/ the lowest Price per IJufhel of 56 Pounds, delivered into His Majefty's Stores at Hobart Town. Three Thousand Five Hundred Bufhels of Wheat, for the Ufe of His iViiijeily's Se Lil j» i-Ticnt at Port Dalrymple, will alio be contrvót cd for on the moil approved terms contained in enders for that purpofe, to be given in at che"fame time as thofe for Hobart Town» By Command of His Excellency, J. Palmer, Commiffßry. , Commissary's Office, Oct. 19, 1S05. The weath...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 20 October 1805

SHIP NEWS     On Friday the American ship Brothers left the Heads, but returned in consequence of the very heavy weatherthat set in the same even-   ing; on her return she brought up in Tay- lor's bay, and during the violent temmpest whcih raged the whole of last night and this morn- ing, dragged her anchors, and was at daylight in a situation of extreme danger. Captain Worth dispatched his Chief Officer with a re- port to His excellency of his perilous cir- circumstances, and immediately received every assistance it was possible to render; and which   we trust has been the means of preserving the vesel.

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 20 October 1805

SYDNEY.       Five Convicts secreted on board the Bro- thers American whaler, Captain Worth, were drawn from the hiding places they occupied on board that ship by the activity of the Police, where they had a plentiful supply of biscuit and water to keep them until the vessel got to     sea. Four of the culprits enjoyed the indu-   gence of Tickets of Leave, which they had   thus thanklessly abused ; they were in conse-   quence punished with 50 lashes each, and   to public labour at Castle Hill. About a fortnight ago the Magistrate charged with the Police having received in- formation of a considerable sum of money being lost and won among some of that de- scription who have expiated the crimes for which they were sent to this Colony, judged it necessary to give one of that class in whose house the gambling was carried on, a caution     and a...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 20 October 1805

Stolen from the Dwelling house of Rich. Atkins. Esq. between the hours of seven   and nine last night, A Chinese Dressing Case,   japan'd, with cushion top ; containing divers articles of value, among which was a double     pin, one a diamond, the other a cornelian, the device emblematic of ' peace,' a dog encir-   cled by an olive branch ; set in gold, and the   two pins linked together by a gold chain :   Also several Lace Handkerchiefs, and other property. To any person giving information that may lead to a conviction or the parties offending, a Reward of Five Guineas will be paid by Richard Atkins, Esq.     NOTICE. --the Money SUBSCRIBED for the   purpose of Repairing the Roads and Bridges     leading from Sydney to Hawkesbury, will be called     for during the present Week. By Order of the Committee...

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