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BY PERMISSION. G. HOWE is now Compiling, and will publish and deliver on the first day of January, A COLONIAL POCKET ALMANACK For the Year 1806: [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 20 October 1805

BY PERMISSION. G. Howe is now Compiling, and will publish and deliver on the first day of January, A COLONIAL POCKET ALMANACK For the Year 1806 :   In which will be comprehended every thing   serviceable to the Established Colonist and those who may arrive : Compiled with Care and Atten- tion in the following Order of Arrangement. First, A Monthly Kalendar, containing besides a Diary, the Rising and Setting of the Sun, together with the Rising, Setting, and Age of the Moon on on the Days of her Quartering, as accurately compu- ted as circumstances admit.     Secondly. A Gardener's Kalendar ; Furnished by   a GENTLEMAN whose long Experience and zea- lous Attention to the Advancement of Husbandry in all its Branches must render its Publication of the first Utility and Importance to the present lnhabit- ants, and more particularly serviceable to the New Settler. Thirdly, A Complete List of Arrivals and De- partures of Ves...

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 — 20 October 1805

General Orders. THE Prisoners under Sentence of the Law who have heretofore been indulged with the Governments permission to earn their own Livelihood, will be mustered as follows : At Sydney, on Monday the 21st instant at 8 in the morning, at the Secretary's Office ; At Parramatta, on Wednesday the 23d inst. at Government House ; At Hawkesbury, on Saturday the 26th instant,     at the Green Hills.   When they are to bring their old Certifi- cates, that such whose means of obtaining a   Livelihood is proved may have them renewed. By Command of His Excellency, G. Blaxcell, Acting Sec.   Government House, Sydney. Oct 12, 1805.   It having been represented to the GOVER- NOR that those who are employed at the   General and other Hospitals under the direc-   tion of the Principal Surgeon and the Assist-     ants have appropriated to their own use Me- &...

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General Orders. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 27 October 1805

General Orders. The Annual Licenses for Retailing Spiri-   tuous Liquors will be given on the 1st of November. The Regulations on that head from the General Orders of Oct. 27, 1800   are repeated, that no person receiving such license   may plead ignorance of the Conditions, viz       " Those who receive Licenses are to enter into a Recognizance, with two sufficient Sureties in 10l. each, and themselves in 20I. that the due Assize of Weight and Measure of all Victuals or Liquors so   allowed to be vended, be kept, and well and truly     observed and that no Gambling, Drunkenness," In- decencies contrary to good manners and offensive to   the Neighbourhood, " or other Disorder be al-   lowed of within their Premises ; but that good         Rule be maintained and kept, according to the existin...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 27 October 1805

ALL persons renting any part of Cornwallis   Farm this Year are strictly FORBID   PlaNting any kind Of Grain or other Produce thereon after the present Crop of Wheat, that         will not be clear off the said Farm by the 1st   of Jannarv, 1806 : but such persons as wish to have a crop of Stubble Corn from the quan- tity now held on Rent, are to consider that the Rent for the ensuing Year will be thirty Shillings per Acre ; for the payment of which they are to give the requisite security to Reilly and Tully, on the said .Farm, or to John Harris, Esq. Agent to M. Hogan, Esq. S to len on Thurfday Evening from the premifes of Samuel Thorley, a Boat's Mast     ard Sail, containing aoout 20 yat-ds of canvas»   Any perfon giving information that may lead to the recovery of the property or the con- viction of the parties concerned, niall receive One Guinea Reward. To be Sold by Public A...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 27 October 1805

SHIP NEWS.     The Endeavour schooner arrived from Bass's Straits on Tuesday with 14 tons of oil, having left 16 tons more at King's Island. On her passage she touched at Port Dalrymple on the 9th last and at her departure on the 13th the   Lady Nelson with supplies appeared off the Port.   Every person enjoyed a good state of health at   that Settlement; but we are sorry to observe,     that the gardens and farms have very mate-   rially suffered by the sudden melting of the   snow on the Rothsay Mountains; which over-         flowed the low-lands, insomuch that it was in contemplation to remove the Settlers above   the Cataract.     The Marcia schooner will sail tomorrow,             with a quantity of maize on speculation, and   &amp...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 27 October 1805

SYDNEY       On Friday a Bench of Magistrates assembled;   when a labourer named Purvey, committed   fron Hawkesbury on suspicion of embezzling           wheat from his employer, underwent   an examination and was remanded for a full     Bench. Richard Lemon, a lad about 17 years of age, stood charged with various robberies perpetrated within the space of the last few months.   F. Evans, a labourer and indented servant to J. Harris, Esq. stood charged as an     accomplice;       Elizabeth Lily stood charged as a receiver of stolen goods; and   Henry Harding, a fellow servant with the     two male delinquents, was accused of having partaken of the property feloniously obtained by Lemon, well knowing in what manner it had been so obtained; and moreover with having encouraged and taken advantage of his   &a...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 27 October 1805

Commissary's Office, Oct. 12, 1805. Wanted, for the Use of His Majesty's   Settlement at Hobart Town, Five     Thousand Bushels of Storeable Wheat, to be landed in the following proportions, viz. From One to Two Thousand Bushels to be   landed before the 30th of March next ;   From Two to Three Thousand Bushels to be landed before the 30th of June next.   Individuals wishing to perform this Service are required to give their sealed Tenders in to me at nine o'clock in the morning of   the first Friday in November. The Tenders are to specify the lowest Price per Bushel of 56 Pounds, delivered into His Majesty's Stores at Hobart Town. Three Thousand Five Hundred Bushels of Wheat, for the use of His Majesty's Settle-     ment at Port Dalrymple, will also be contract-   ed for on the most approved terms contained in Tenders for that purpose, to be given in at ...

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General Orders. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 3 November 1805

General Orders. NO Claims or Detainers will be allowed of against   Persons who are advertised to go in any Col- onial or other Vessel, after ten Days expire from   the date of their departure being advertised in the     Gazette, which must be on the day it is published ;   unless those Persons remain longer than twenty   days from the expiration of the ten days after first                 advertised ; and that their credit is not suspended       in the usual manner by themselves or Employers,       By Command of His Excellency, G. Blaxcell, Acting Sec. Government House Sydney Nov 2 1805.

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 3 November 1805

SHIP NEWS.       On Tuesday came in the Sophia, Captain Collins, from Hobart on the River Derwent. On Tuesday sailed the sloop Venus for King's Town, freighted by Government with stores for the Settlement. She also received on board a prisoner who escaped from thence a month ago with Desmond, not yet apprehended. The Ann, Captain Gwynn, and Ann and Eliza, Captain Gardner, remain in   Broken Bay.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 3 November 1805

PUBLIC NOTICE         All persons are hereby strictly forbid har   bouring, sheltering, or in any manner contributing to the support and maintenance of John Winch and Matthew Lee, they having absconded from Government Labour at Castle Hill. And the Constables and inhabitants in general are at the same time required and en     joined io render every assurance in their power to apprehend the said Absentees, who have   lately been seen lurking about the Town of   Sydney. By Command of His Excellency   J. Harris, Superintendant of Police. «.^o be Sold by Auction by Mr. D. 'Covan, -^ on Monday the nth oí November i nil*, at Tweîvt ht Naen (foi cnú- Bertiu o\ me Jwne-t', ^Un-icrwricf rB, cr wr.t n fr ever elfe k iTi-* 11 mci may ?con'-erp, ALL t!><- WHALING GE4R, CA?KS, iFROVIoiON S, ?'"d other Snare Stores bdo: «\'rg , so tiic Ship Canmurce : Coe...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 3 November 1805

WANTED immediately, several Free La-           bourers to work in the Yard of J. Un- derwood and Company, where they will be instruct-   ted, if attentive, in the Profession of shipwright. and receive every equitable Encouragement. For   further particulars apply at the Yard, To be Let, a valuable and pleasant, Farm,   situate within One mile of the Green Hills,     Hawkesbury, for the term of Three or Six Years           from the first day of February next ; Containing       about Seven Acres of Cleared Land, and about                 100 of standingTimber. The buildings consist of         &...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 3 November 1805

SYDNEY       On Friday a Bench of Magistrates was assembled for the purpose of granting Licenses for the Township of Sydney for the ensuing   year; and three vacancies having taken place     in the Wine and Spirit license, new ones were taken out in favour of Thomas Reibie, Robert Sidaway, and Thomas Wall. A       Butcher's License having been forfeited by the         misconduct of the holder in keeping a disor-   derl.y house, was granted to Mr. William   Fleming. And Mr. David Bevan, as Licensed Vendue Master and Auctioneer, received       notice that such License, in common with the   foregoing, took its date from the first day of       the present month. Eight men brought from the Southern lsles   by the Sophia, in consequencc of having     represented to the master of that vessel their     extreme distress for provisions, af...

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SUNDAY MORNING. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 3 November 1805

SUNDAY MORNING. The Brothers American ship sailed on Fri- day morning for the fishery. Respecting the burglary committed at the house of Mr. Hassall, mentioned in the last page, the following circumstances have since   transpíred.-James Dobbs was accosted on       Friday night by the Police, who were active in endeavouring to promote discovery, on ac count of his carrying a bag, the contents of which appeared to be weighty. and upon exa- mination turned out to be copper coin nearly   to the amount of £10. Unable to give any       satisfactory account respecting it, and as it   was not only wet as if taken from conceal ment out of a pond. but was intermingled also     with plaister and other broken fragments of a building, he was detained on suspicion, while   a party was dispatched to search his habitation,   where a...

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Weekly Occurrences. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 10 November 1805

Weekly Occurrences. The Court of Civil Jurisdiction continued its sittings last week ; and yesterday called the   cause John Harris Esq. against Daniel Cu-   bitt, for defamation, wherein the plaintiff laid his damage at 10l, declaring his only object   to be that of defending his character as a   Gentleman and a Magistrate from slanderous   and malevolent imputation ; for that although   the sentiments of the Bench of Magistrates               upon the malicious and highly ungrateful con- duct of the defendant was to him thoroughly satisfactory, yet they had thought proper to recommend this action to be brought ; and he trusted that inconsiderable as the amount of damage sued for must appear when opposed to the cause of action, the verdict of the Court would impress upon the mind of the defendant that sacred venerat...

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

BRIG COMMERCE.   The Sale by Auction of the above Vessel,     together with the Remainder of her Stores (specified in the counter page of this paper),         is reserved for a future period, of which timely             notice will be given by Captain Wilkinson, if not disposed of in the interim by Private     Contract. The Sale by Auction of All the Whaling Gear, Casks, Provisions, and other Spare Stores     belonging to the above Vessel will commence To-morrow, the 11th instant ; and at the con-   clusion of such sales Mr. Bevan will proceed   with that of " the 18 Acres of fine standing Wheat, and 6 Acres of standing Barley," ad-   vertised in the back page for Monday the 18th instant ; of which deviation from the Adver- &am...

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General Orders. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 10 November 1805

General Orders   No Claims or Detainers will be allowed of against     Persons who are advertised to go in any Colonial   or other Vessel, after Ten Days expire from the date    of their departure being advertised in one Gazette       which must be on the day it is published unless           those persons remain longer than twenty days from    the expiration of the ten days after first advertising;       and that their credit is not suspended in the usual manner by themselves or Employers,           By Command of His Excellency,       G. BLAXCELL, Acting Sec. Government Government House, Sydney, Nov. 2, 1805. Secretary's Office, Nov. 9, 1805. The undermentioned persons have obtained HIS EXCELLENCY's permission to depart           the colony by the Schooner John, viz.       Henry Evans, master, Richard Edwards, Thomas...

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

SHIP NEWS     On Wednesday came in the schooner Contest and on Friday the sloop Venus, from King's Town, with coals and cedar. Sailed on Sunday last the Richard and Mary south whaler for the Coast of New     Zealand; on Tuesday the schooner Governor   King for Bass's Straits; on Friday the     Elizabeth and Mary south whaler, also for New Zealand; and on Thursday the Bee small   sloop for Hawkesbury. Remain the Ceres and King George, both to sail shortly for the fishery; and Sophia,     Harrington, and Spanish Vessels.            

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

SYDNEY     A prodigious rise took place on Wednesday in the River Hawkesbury, without any very evident cause ; and can only be attributed to heavy rains in the distant parts of the moun- tains. Such was the rapidity of the rise, that in the space of an hour from its first appearing it raised about three feet, the increase conti   nuing for eight successive hours, by which time it had nearly overflowed the banks. On Friday morning it evidently began to abate; and     in the space of an hour had fallen 3 feet. The Creek Farms znd other low siituations were a second time laid under water ; but we do not hear that any fresh injury of moment has been sustained. On Tuesday evening a small boat in which four-men imprudently attempted to cross   George's River, sunk in about the center, and   two of the people named Dell and Racey were unfortunately drowned.     Subject of co...

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

ANY person having been plundered of 10   squares of 10 by 8 Glass, taken from John   Winch, a Bush Ranger and notorious charac- ter now in custody, may have their property by applying to the Police Officer, and pro- ving it theirs. (signed) J. Harris, Superintendant of Police. STrayed from No. 6, Lower Chapel Row, on Tuesday morning last, a Barrow Slip,   white with a few dark spots. Whoever will give information whereby it may be recovered will receive Five Shillings Reward from G. Howe. WHEREAS as a strayed Filley has for some     weeks part mingled with the cattle of     JOHN HARRIS Esq. on his Farm at Parramatta. This is to give Notice, that the owner may have her it any time by applying to the Overseer, and ma- king ressonable acknowledgement for the care that one has taken of the animal. LOST, on Sunday evening, 4 Promissory   Notes of hand, viz. 3 drawn by J. Un- &n...

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

Secretary's Office, Nov. 16, 1805   The undermentioned persons have obtained   HIS EXCELLENCYs permisson to depart     for the Southward by the King George viz, In the Sophia .. Jos. Tuso, Henry Richardson Frederick Hemple, Stratton Viney             John Lewis, Richard Wight.   Henry Robinson, Wm. Spark, and Wm. Young. All Claims or Demands on any of the   above named persons are forthwith to be   presented in writing at this Office. By Command cf His Excellency,   G. Blaxcell Acting Sec.   To be Sold by Auction by Mr. Bevan, To-       morrow (being Monday the 18th of No-   vember), at ten in the forenoon precisely, The BRIG COMMERCE, together with the Remainder of her Stores, which will be sold in Lots.- Payment for the purchases will be required in cash or bills that may be approved by Captain Wilkinson. To be Sold by Auction by Mr Bevan, at his House ...

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