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General Orders. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 15 December 1805

General Orders, THE Governor consîders it highly expedi-   ent to recommend the strictest attention     to Cultivators to secure their Stacks and other     property from Fires, which prevail so much at this season of the year.   His Excellency at the same time calls to recollection, and enjoins obedience to the   Order of the 15th of October, 1801, of which   the following is a Copy :   " No person whatever is to set fire to any " Stubble, without giving his neighbours suf- " ficient notice ; and not then, until every " person is prepared by having their wheat   " stacked and secured.--Should any person " neglect this necessary Regulation, and any " property be destroyed thereby, they will on     " conviction be obliged to make good all losses   " sustained by such neglect.-No persons   " whatever are to...

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 — 15 December 1805

The following Premises are to be disposed of by Private Contract, and immediate pos-     session given :-A large and extensive Concern in Chapel Row, measuring in front of the street 150 feet, and in depth 200. This Concern is worthy the attention of any person inclined to   commence business, being already established. The House and Grounds command an exten-   sive view, and are laid out in a modern style. The Garden is well stocked with a variety of fruit trees in good bearing. A House in the central part of Pitt's Row, with a good garden and well watered.   A Lot of Ground known by the name of Spring Garden, at the end of Pitt's Row, ad- joining Joshua Mulcock's. This ground has         a Lease of Ten Years yet unexpired, and eli-   gibly situate for any kind of business, particula- ly brewing, as there is a good supply of water. Application to be made...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 15 December 1805

SYDNEY       In addition to the calamities that have be-   fallen the family of the late unfortunate Wm. Yardley, we are sorry to learn that a fine boat has been lately beat to pieces on her way to Hawkesbury. She was taken in tow by small   vessel, from which she broke adrift, and has   been since seen in the condition above described   near Mullet Island.     Mr. Nicholls has relinquished his intention of returning his sealing gang to the island from     which they absented themselves in the straits :       the Governor Hunter in consequence sailed for Hawkesbury on Friday morning.         Between the hours of 11 and 12 on Tuesday night, J. Jones of South Street was suddenly disturbed by a rustling across the floor of his apartment, wherein a cage con...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 15 December 1805

Cwimlijarfs Office, Nov. 30, 1S05. J sr coi fjuaiio.^ of the gi eat lois fiúíair.cd in ^ ih. Oops 01 Wheat by the icveie Blight?, ;S nut, a M Kur, as weiiV the damage done K/ 1 he »ate I ioocs to that grooving at'the South í t-lc, His hx:LLLFvcY has direclcd thtt f, heal and Aût'ze continue to be iecei\ ed into lu* Ajajsflfs Store at .he fame Pi ices on the r;efpe<5iive Axountsas were allowed iaft vea». f igl-fi Ear lev, well deane 1 fiom t^chauim, v/il'» be iv.ee,1 c 1 uno the Store0 in d'feharge oi .C}ovcYr.,r.¿r.t IXb^s, and for Payment to thofc »v ro a"e not indebted to the Ciowa, at the foi 5ov ing 'Rate«, to be dclivei ed into His Majti t A Cloie at Sydney, Parramatta, and Hawkef . n / v, Wz. y/i ¿¡Ut'vy and P ecru wit's 6$. gd. per Bif/bcl ; /It iJ^wLeßnrj ¿ix Shillings per ditto. fiy Comm in*' oí His Excçl'ency, -, J. PALMER, Commiflpry .f h JCtíLATÍON foj the Cow Pnx.-Tifos. / vI^íeon» Kfq. Pxincipa' juro-îon, defirou-. ,oï \>uwt*mz the benevolent- d^fip-n oí ...

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TOBACCO. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 15 December 1805

TOBACCO. Having mentioned in the following page the praise worthy efforts now on foot to bring   the tobacco plant to perfection, we beg leave to repeat the following instructions, at the   commencement of our publication copied from Mr Tatham's Treatise on its Culture in Maryland, noticing at the same time that our distance from the Equator being less by several   degrees of latitude, our climate must be no less adapted to its produce ; and in support of this presumption, we need only to have reference to the prodigious luxuriance and strength to which the self-sown plant arrives in every     situation. As the persons who have turned their attention to the object have doubtless made themselves acquainted with the best practicable means of preparing their ground for the reception of the seed, and the mode of sowing, we select such instructions only as   relate to its management after it has appeared, viz. ...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 22 December 1805

SYDNEY.   In addition to the exertions made by Go- vernment Mr. A. Thompson has, we are happy to learn, successfully applied himself to the cultivation of hemp. He last year obtained a small quantity of English seed, which he care- fully sowed, and from this first and very limi-   ted plantation reaped a sufficient quantity to sow nearly four acres, which at the present moment is in a flourishing and forward state, and promises an ample compensation in the ex- tensive propagation of this very useful plant.   It is also worthy of remark, that his first spe- cimen attained to a luxuriance scarcely surpas-   sed in any other climate, as the plants in gene- ral measured between 17 and 18 feet. On Sunday two prisoners escaped from cus- tody, viz. Lee and Russell ; neither of whom are as yet apprehended. It is hoped, however, that proper attention to the Public Notice res- pecting them and other offenders of the same   description will s...

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SHIP NEWS [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 22 December 1805

SHIP NEWS Sailed on Monday the Estramina Spanish schooner, commanded by Lieutenant Oxley of His Majesties ship Buffalo, with part of the provisions that ship had on aboard for the set- tlement at Port Dalrymple.   Arrived on Friday evening the Eliza Ame-   rican ship, Captain Richardson, from Salem the 18th of May, and last from the, Isle of   France, which place she left the 22 d of Oc- tober.           Captain Richardson makes no mention   whatever of Captain Flinders ; from which circumstance we ardently hope that valuable Friend to Science and Discovery has been re-     leased from his imprisonment. Private letters-mention the arrival of the   l'Adele, Captain Coutance; but that the l'En-     fant l'Adele, formerly the Nautilus, has never been heard of there; from which a fatal pre-   su...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 22 December 1805

Secretary's Offîce, Dec. 21, 1805. THE following Grants and Leases of Com-   mon Land, being duly registered, have     this day been delivered to the following Trus-   tees for the respective Commons, viz. Nelson District --- 5650 Acres, to Mr. Thomas Arndell. Additional ditto --- 3300 ditto ; Richmond Hill District --- 3130 Acres ; to Mr. Minchin. Additional ditto --- 600 Acres ; to the Rev. Marsden.   Phillip District --- 6150 Acres ; to J. Davidson Prospect District --- 9345 Acres ; to J Nichols. Baulkham Hills and Northern Boundary --- 3880 Acres ; to John Smith. Field of Mars and Eastern Farms --- 5050 A- cres ; to Francis Oakes.   By Command of His Excellency,       G. BLAXCELL. Acting Sec.         Commissary's Office, Dec. 21, 1805. FROM the abuses that have been practised by     &...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 22 December 1805

Commissary's Office, Dec 21, 1805.     FOR Sale by Public Auction at the follow- ing times and places, a Quantity of da-   maged Provisions and Slop Cloathing, viz. At the Store on the Green Hills, Hawkes- bury, on Friday next the 27th instant, at 10 in the forenoon, condemned Beef and Pork in convenient Lots ;     At the Provision Store, Parramatta, on Sa- turday the 28th instant at 12 o'clock a quantity of ditto do. At the Provision and Dry Stores at Sydney, on Monday the 30th instant, at 10 o'clock, a   quantity or Beef, Pork, and Slop Cloathing.   The Conditions of Sale to be, 20 per cent,   paid at the time of Sale ; the remainder before the lots are cleared out, which must be with-   in ten days, in copper coin, or in grain or swine's flesh turned into the respective stores. By Command of His Excellency,     J. Palmer, Commissary. NOTIC...

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General Orders. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 22 December 1805

General Orders. THE Debts due to the Crown from individuals for articles they have so liberally been   accommodated with from the Annual and Extra Supplies amounting to a considerable sum ;   as there are rnany that íhew little inclination to prepare their Grain for liquidating those Debts, some of which were contracted six years ago; and as payment has not hitherto   been enforced by any coercive means,       under the faith of repeated promises.   Those who are thus indebted are required to make good their respective payments, in Wheat, Barley, Maize, Swine's Flesh, or Copper Coin into His Majesty's Stores during the ensuing Quarter; in failure of which the   Commissary is directed to take the legal mode of recovering chose debts that remain unpaid. And it is to be understood, that those who have been fur-lined with Oxen and Breeding Stock from the Government entered on the terms pointed out in the Gener...

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

Secretary's Office, Dec. 28, 1805. THE undermentioned persons have obtained   HIS EXCELLENCY's permission to depart the Colony, viz.       By the Sophia.—George Curry, John Tinury, Charles Savage.             By the Eliza.—Christ. Nelson, —— Resbacht.   By the Ceres.—Mr. D. D. Mann. All Claims or Demands on any of the above- named persons are forthwith to be presen-         ted in writing at this Office. By Command of His Excellency, C. MAXWELL, Acting Sec. Commissary's Office, Dec. 28, 1805.     FOR Sale by Public Auction at the Provision and Dry Stores at Sydney, on Monday the 30th instant, at ten o'clock, a quantity of Beef, Pork, and Slop Croaching.           The Conditions of Sale to be, 20 per cent. paid at t...

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

Commissary's Office, Dec. 21. 1805.   FROM the Abuses that have been practiced by those           necessarily employed in boiling salt on the Pub-   lic Account, HIS EXCELLENCY has deemed it ex-       pedient to direct the Salt Pans, Buildings, Wharfs,   &c. situated in Green Bay, within this Harbour, and       belonging to the Crown to be advertised for being   Let on the following Conditions, viz, 1 st. To keep the buildings, Wharf, &c, in Repair ;   and to leave them in good condition when the   agreed term for which they are let expires.   2 d. To keep the Pans constantly at work, except when repairs are necessary, 3 d To deliver into His Majesty's Stores at Sydney, on Monday mornings throughout the Year Pounds of well dried Salt, fi...

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General Orders. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 29 December 1805

General Orders. THE Debts due to the Crown from Individuals for articles they have so liberally been ac-   commodated with from the Annual and Extra Supplies amounting to a considerable sum; and   as there are many that show little inclination to prepare their Grain for liquidationg those Debts,     so we of which were contracted six years ago; and as payment has not hitherto been enforced by any coercive means, under the faith of repeat-     ed promises. Those who are thus indebted are required to make good their respective payments, in Wheat,   Barley, Maize, Swine's Flesh, or Copper Coin into His Majesty's Stores during the ensuing Quarter; in failure of which the   Commissary is directed to take the legal mode of recovering those Debts that remain unpaid. And it is to be understood, that those who   have been furnished with Oxen, and Breeding Stock from the Govern...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 29 December 1805

          SYDNEY     Wednesday last being Christmas Day, Di- vine Service was performed at Sydney in the     forenoon by the Rev. Mr. Marsden, with a discourse suited to the solemny of the oc-     cassion.The ceremony of Holy Baptism was       also performed on several infants presented for           participation in its sacred rites.   The indulgent arrangements adopted by   Government on the issue of spirits permitted to be distributed from the Eliza have been at ended with every advantage that could have been anticipated from so liberal a measure. By the acceptance of copper coin at its local value, and the accommodation to such as had   Claims on Government, as explained in the General Order of the...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 29 December 1805

SHIP NEWS.   On Sunday night arrived from Port   Dalrymple, after an absence of 22 days from hence, His Majesty's armed tender Lady     Nelson, commanded by Lieutenant SYMONDS.  

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General Orders. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 5 January 1806

General Orders. TH Debts due to the Crown from Individuals   for articles they have so liberally been ac-   conmodated with from the Annual and Extra Supplies amounting to a considerable sum ; and as there are many that shew little inclination to prepare their Grain for liquidating those Debts, some of which were contracted six years ago; and as payment has not hitherto been enforced by any coercive means, under the faith of repeat- ed promises. Those who are thus indebted are required to make good their respective payments, in Wheat,   Barley, Maize, Swine's Flesh, or Copper Coin into His Majesty's Stores during the ensuing Quarter ; in failure of which the   Commissary is directed to take the legal mode to recovering those Debts that remain unpaid. And it is to be understood, that those who     have been furnished with Oxen, and Breeding   Stock from the Government Herd on the terms pointed ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 5 January 1806

NOTICE. WANTED, a Gang of Men to burn off 20 or 30 acres of fallen timber on Clench's   Farm at George's River. They may be fur- nished with a ration, and probably with a       weel'y allowance of spirits likewise during   the term they are employed. Application to be made to Thomas Jamison, Esq. Sydney, Jan. 4, 1806. NOTICE.   ALL Claims (if any on the late Mrs. DUNDAS Housekeeper to the GOVERNOR, for Debts contracted either on her own account or that of and part of HIS EXCELLENCY'S FAMILY, are required               to be made to Mr. D. BEVAN before the 12th of January Instant.       ADVERTISEMENT.—The publication of so                     &...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 5 January 1806

SYDNEY   The seal trade bids fair to turn out more   advantageously this season than it has done for several years past. We do not hear of any but our own small craft being at present in this particular employ, owing as it may rea- sonably be supposed, to the disappointments that have invariably attended by the distant spe culator, whose prodigious risque and expence of fitting out could scarcely hope a compensa- tion in the most prolific seasons. These disap-     pointments, however illiberal and even unfeel- ing to exult in, must nevertheless eventually secure to us a right which propinquity would seem to give us, and of which, in the infant state of our commerce, it would be almost as unfeeling to deprive us. We are happy to learn from several credit- able farmers, that the crops so far as their   own private observation has been able to de- termine, have not so generally failed as was seriously apprehended, though the produce o...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 5 January 1806

SHIP NEWS. The Sophia is expected this day to sail for His Majesty's settlement at Hobart on the River Derwent. The Ceres south whaler will sail for   England early in the week. The Resource will sail this day for King's Town; the Governor Hunter, Hawkesbury,   and Happy Return, for Hawkesbury; and the Endeavour for Botany Bay.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 5 January 1806

Commissary's Office, Dec. 21, 1805.     Every person having Public Claims on Go   vernment are to give them into me on or before the 10th January next, that the may   be finally settled by the 20th, for the Quarter ending the 31st instant.—No claims that are made after the 20th of January will be attended to. By Command of His Excellency,     J. PALMER, Commissary.   Commissary's Office, Dec. 31, 1805 THE GOVERNOR having been pleased at the last General Muster to direct a proportion of the several Debts due by Individuals to the Crown to be conditionally discharged, for the reasons specified against each person's name on   the Voucher, in case that measure should be   approved by His Majesty's Government, It is to be understood, that only the remaining     Balance of those Debts will be demanded, un- til an Approval of the above Discharges is...

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