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State of the Barometer and Thermometer for the Month of May, 1803, at Sydney, in New South Wales, with the prevailing winds and weather. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 5 June 1803

  State of the Barometer and Thermometer Month of May, 1803, at Sydney, in New South Wales, with the prevailing winds and weather.                           Day | Barometer (inches + 100th part) | Thermometer | Winds | Weather Morning| Noon| Night 1 | 30.07 | 63 | 7 | S V V | rain | cloudy | cloudy 2 | 29.49 | 69 | 37 | S V V| ditto | fair | cloudy 3 | 29.81 | 69 | 45 | W by S | fair | ditto | ditto 4| 29.85 | 66 | 52 | W by N | ditto | ditto | ditto 5 | 29.93 | 68 | 22 | W by N | ditto | ditto | ditto 6 | 29.94 | 69 | 22 | N V V | ditto | ditto | ditto 7 | 30.15 | 67 | 52 | V V | ditto | ditto | ditto \ 8 | 30.21 | 68 | 00 | S V V | ditto | ditto | ditto 9 | 30.06 | 70 | 22 | E by N | ditto | cloudy | ditto 10 | 30.11 | 69 | 45 | S V V | ditto | fair | ditto 11 | 30.24 | 69 | 7 | W by S | ditto | cloudy...

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 — 5 June 1803

To be Sold by Private Con tract. And Entered on at Pleasure. A Spacious DWELLING-HOUSE, con- taing three Rooms and two Closets   with excellent Garden, high in cultivation, in which are fifty Peach, Quince, and other Fruit Trees ; a Well constantly supplied with excellent Water, &c. &c. elegibly and unda-   niably situate at the Upper End of Pitt's Row. Particulars known of William Spalding, in the above Row. SELLING OFF, At very reduced Prices, At the House of J. Waldron, On the Rocks, NEAR THE NEW WINDMILL.     LARGE ASSORTMENT of Men and   Boys' COATS, of various Sizes, Patterns, and Qualities   Also a number of Second-hand BLACK SUITS, which will be disposed of reason- ably. WANTED,     AN EXPERIENCED MARINER, who understands Navigation, and is in other respects qualified to take the Charge of a Vessel about to be employed in the Trade to Bass's Straits A refer...

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Culture of Tobacco. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 5 June 1803

Culture of Tobacco Sir JOSEPH BANKS, President of the Royal Society, who has ever had the interest of this Colony, and the prosperity of its inhabitants much at heart, has been at some expence and trouble in procuring every information respecting the Culture and Manufacture of an article considered as one of the necessaries of life to the labouring and other orders of Society : The quantities of Tobacco grow- ing wild in the streets reminds every one   that this necessary plant may be raised and   manufactured in the Colony, without pay-   ing sums of money to Americans and others, for what, with little trouble, the Settler may raise on his own ground for the use of his family and servants, and to supply those who are less industriouflyy disposed than himself or who have not the means of attending to it. The GOVERNOR has permitted the printer of this Paper to insert the following direc- tions from the communications of the respec- table friend to Science and Mankind, wh...

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General Orders. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 5 June 1803

General Orders. The Royal Standard having been hoisted for the first time in this Territory, on this the Annivesary of His MAJESTY'S Birth, His EXCELLENCY is pleased to extend the Royal Grace, and Free Pardon to the     following Persons, viz. Colonial Lieutenant of Artillery and En-       gineer, GEORGE BRIDGES BELLANS; To     the Twenty Soldiers of the New South Wales Corps, who had received Conditional Eman-         cipations; and to Twelve other Conditionally       Emancipated persons.     Also Conditional Emancipations for Sixty-   Seven Prisoners, under the Sentence of the Law. The different Gaol Gangs are also to be liberated. The Commissary is directed to issue the   usual allowance of half a-pint of spirits to     each Non-Commissioned Officer and Private. By Command of His Excellency. W. N. CHA...

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ANNIVERSARY OF HIS MAJESTY'S BIRTH-DAY [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 5 June 1803

ANNIVERSARY     OF   HIS MAJESTY's BIRTH - DAY                         Yesterday being the Anniversary of His     Majesty's birthday, was fixed on for the ce-       remony of hoisting the Royal Standard for   the first time in this Territory. By a previous   arrangement, The New South Wales Corps     were paraded with their Colours at Half-past eight in the morning : His Excellency, at- tended by the officers of the Civil Depart-   ment on his way to the Battery, in passing the Corps, received the Honours due to his Rank At nine o'clock the Standard was hoisted       by the GOVERNOR, on the Flag-staff   at Dawes Point ; when the New South     Wales Corps fired Three Rounds, which were   answered by a Royal Salute f...

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WEEKLY OCCURRENCES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 5 June 1803

WEEKLY OCCURRENCES. On Friday last B. Walker and W. Maum   were committed by the Magistrates of Par-         ramatta, on suspicion of robbing their em-   ployer, H. B. Hayes, of a sum of money.       On Sunday evening last some person or per-     sons broke into the farm residence of Mr.     Hill, in the neighbourhood of Sydney, and     stole there ......a considerable quantity of to-           bacco manufactured in the Colony. a Re- ward was offered for a discovery of the delin-     quents, who have hitherto eluded diligent en-   quiry.           During. the last week a number of Masons   and Labourers have been employed in sinking           tile foundation of a stone bridge in a line   with the old wooden one which crosses the         head of the Cove and from its central com- munication, is perpetuall...

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Extracts from the latest English Papers. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 5 June 1803

Extracts from the latest English Papers. According to the Supplement to the Mo- niteur of the 9th ult. which contains an ac- count of the Population of each Canton, District, and Department of France, with the number of Members to be sent by each to the Electoral Colleges, the whole Popula- tion of the French Republic is 32,598,551. The number of Inhabitants in the Depart- ment of the Seine is stated to be 629,763, including Paris, the Population of which ap- pears to be only 536,856, a great deal less   than that of London. The Department of the North appears to be the most populous, the number of its Inhabitant being 774,450. The emulation displayed by the Gentle-       men of Ireland for the improvement of the   breed of cattle, was never so conspicuous as     at present. This perhaps is partly owing to the patriotic spirit uniformly exhibited by     our Farming Societies, and therefore every Nobleman and Gentleman is desirous of shew-   some specimens of what can be...

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To the Printer of the Sydney Gazette. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 5 June 1803

To the Printer of the Sydney Gazette. SIR, Having perused an account in your Paper, relative to the cultivation of potatoes, as- serting the propriety of planting at all sea-   sons of the year, I beg leave also to offer an opinion on a subject which may be truly   said to be of public importance, as the con- dition of the lower order of inhabitants is   much dependant on the growth of this es-   sential vegetable production. Although some successful experiments have   been made in and about Sydney, of plant- ing between the months of April and August, perhaps from the temperature derived by   the air from the sea-breezes, yet the prac- tice cannot be attended with advantage in the interior parts of the Colony, for the po- tatoe frequently sustains injury in Great Bri-   tain from the nocturnal air of July, the warm-   est of the summer months ; and it is scarcely to be expected, that a crop lain down in the   beginning of our wint...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 5 June 1803

SYDNEY. On Saturday, May 28th a complaint was made in behalf of Thomas Barton, against I. Nicholls, of damage sustained in a small wheat field, near Cockle Bay, owing to the horses of Nicholls getting by night into   the said field, and destroying the growing crop.   Mr. Nicholls declared his incapacity to keep his horses out of the above grounds adding, that unless corn fields were fenced in,   it could not with propriety be deemed a trespass that other people's horses were al- so commonly turned out by night, and that it had become a common practice : to which   the Judge Advocate replied, that he had a misconception of the provision made by the law for the protection of property, when he conjectured that it was requisite to the se- curity of a corn field, that it should be fenced, in, in order to its safety against the devasta- tion of cattle during the night ; that in this Colony, many hundred acres were now grow- ing without any barrier whatever; and a...

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HIGH WATER at SYDNEY For the ensuing Week, [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 5 June 1803

HIGH WATER at SYDNEY For the ensuing Week, Monday--40 m. past 9 in the morning 10 at night Tuesday--20 m. past 10 in the forenoon 40 m. past 10 at night Wednes.- -11 in the forenoon   20 m. past 11 at night     Thursd.---40 m. past 11 in the forenoon Friday.-- 12 in the morning   20 m. past 12 at noon Saturday--40 m. past 12 in the morning 1 at noon     Sunday - 20 m. past 1 in the morning 40 m. past 1 at noon. PRINTED AT SYDNEY ; And ADVERT-                   TISEMENTS RECEIVED BY G. HOWE.   ------------------

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 5 June 1803

SHIP NEWS.     Arrived on Tuesday to refresh and refit, the Alexander Whaler, Capt. Rhodes. She has   been fishing off the North-East Coast of New   Zealand, where she got 50 tons of spermaceti oil. The Alexander stopped at Norfolk Island, from whence she has brought 18,535lbs. of   pork, salted on the Island, on account of   Government. The Buffalo was seventeen days     on her passage, landed the passengers and   stores in three days, and left the island on the 14th of May on her way to Calcutta. While the Alexander was cruizing off New   Zealand, one of the natives ( Toogee) who resided nine months at Norfolk Island,       in 1794, visited Captain Rhodes: he had not     forgot his English, nor the attention he received from his friends at that island:     the other native, Woodoo, died some time ago. A youth, about 16 years old, the son of...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 5 June 1803

FOR SALE, ON BOARD THE SHIP Bridgewater, THE UNDERMENTIONED GOODS, Viz.     WINE in casks 150 gallon each, of the Ven-   donia favour, at 7s. per gallon WINE in casks 120 gallons each, of the Ma- deira flavour, 9s. per gallon. not less than half a cask to be disposed of.   Porter of the first quality, warranted, in casks,     of 64 gallons. 7l. 7s. per cask Pale Ale in casks the same size, warranted 8l.   per cask Cheese in cases, pines, Cheshire, double and single Gloucester, 2s. per pound   Hams, 2s. 6d, per lb Soap in Boxes, 86s. per Hundred Weight Irish Linen in Boxes 1s. 9d. to 5s. 3dd. per yrd. Durants in pieces from 28 to 30 yrds each, 50s. per piece Lace on cards from 32 to 65 y rd 5, from 2s. to 7s per yrd.   Earthenware in table sets 242 Pieces plain,     6l. 10s. per Set; & edged blue and green 12l. 12s. Cups and Saucers in...

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HIGH WATER AT PARRAMATTA [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 12 June 1803

HIGH WATER AT PARRAMATTA         2 hours 15 minutes after Sydney. PRINTED AT SYDNEY ; AND ADVER- TISMENTS RECEIVED BY G. HOWE.        

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 12 June 1803

NOTICE ALL Persons having any CLAIMS on the   ORPHAN COMMITTEE, on Account   of the School, are desired to present the same at Nine o'Clock in the Morning of June 24th, at the Orphan House ; in failure whereof, any outstanding Debts will not be paid after that date. By Order of the Committee, May 27, 1823. D.D. Mann, Clerk.   FOR SALE, ON BOARD THE SHIP Bridgewater, THE UNDERMENTIONED GOODS, Viz.   Cheese in cases, double and single Gloucester, 2s. per pound Hams, 2s. 6d. per lb. Soap in Boxes 86s. per Hundred Weight Irish Linen in Pieces, 1s. 9d. to 5s. 3d. pr. yrd     Lace on cards, from 32 to 65 yrds, from 2s.   to 7s. per yrd.   Earthenware in table Sets, 242 Pieces plain, 6l. 10s. per set ; and edged blue and green 12l. 12s.   Leather and thread for Shoes Men's Ready-made Cloaths Harness and Sadlery Cordage and Canvas. W A N T E D,     A...

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Extracts from the latest English Papers. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 12 June 1803

Extracts from the latest English Papers.     From an American Paper, dated SALEM,   Aug. 26 - - Returned to this port, on Tues- day last, the ship Belisarius, Captain Skerry, having been struck with lightning. On Tuesday at midnight, 17th instant, in lat. 42.     long. 62. after being out five days from Sa- lem, the weather was squally, with hard rains, blowing fresh from the Southward, the ship being under close reefed topsails, all hands on deck employed taking in sail, the Beli- sarius was suddenly struck with lightning, which descended by the main-top gallant mast, and ran down the main mast, into the between decks, where it exhausted itself. Every person on board was knocked down, except the man at the helm ; one of the sea- men killed instantly (Stephen Shehane, of this town): Mr. Meek, the chief Mate, and   two seamen wounded, viz Henry Lemmond,   and Timothy Brown, the latter badly injured being much burnt. The ship for more than an hour appeared to...

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Judge Advocate's Office. MONDAY, JUNE 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 12 June 1803

Judge Advocate's Office MONDAY JUNE 6 A Bench of Magistrates this day assembled, at which His Honor the LIEUTENANT- GOVERNOR presided ; when   Cornelius Murphy stood charged by James Newport with having entered the window of his dwelling-house, and stolen a quantity   of tea, sugar, and divers other articles, his pro- perty ; which being clearly proved, the pri- soner was sentenced to receive 100 lashes, and work in the gaol gang.   Daniel Turner, and Mary Jones his ac-   complice, were sentenced to work Three Years for the Crown, being both convicted of stealing sundry articles of wearing apparel, the property of Thomas Wilson. Richard Morris, a labourer that had ab- sconded a second time from Public Labour at Castle Hill, was ordered to be returned to that Settlement, there to be dealt with as the Magistrate should think proper. Henry Parker, for neglect of work, was   sentenced to work in the goal gang. Michael Brannen, Luke Brannen, and J. ...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 12 June 1803

S Y D N E Y, The robbery for which Cornelius Murphy suffered a just and exemplary punishment,     was the more readily effected, as a window of the house was improperly left open,   though no person remained to guard it. The fact is, that either from the want of a key   or a lock, the door had been saftened within by means of a bolt, and consequently no mode of egress remained, but through this window, which being left open, rendered   the precaution of securing the door totally unnecessary. As many of the small dwellings   in and about Sydney, from a similarity of circumstances, are frequently exposed to the   incursion of the depredator, we think it our duty to caution poor families against acts of incaution that may wrest from them the necessary comforts their industry may have procured them.         The Cato during the last week received on board 24 tons of coals, procured at the new Colliery at Hunter...

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To the Printer of the Sydney Gazette. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 12 June 1803

To the Printer of the Sydney Gazette. MR. PRINTER     While every exertion is on foot to improve the Colony, and consequently to benefit its inhabitants, yet some unthinking individuals, prefering their own private convenience to   public advantage, seem only solicitous of op- posing impediment to improvement. Some of the principal streets in Sydney are rendered impassable after dark, save with the risque of breaking an arm or a leg, by nu- merous pits and hollows, which would seem purposely contrived for the annoyance of the passenger. Having myself lately plunged into one of those occasional recesses in Pitt's Row, which I was not prepared against, as the ground was perfectly level but a few hours before, I resolved to put a period if possible, to this method of mining ; and next day observing a man hard at work with a spade, at the very grave into which I had descended, I mildly asked him if he lived in the Row? to which     he bluntly answered yes; then why said I, ...

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EXTRACT FROM THE, REPORTS OF THE SO CIETY FOR PETTERING THE CONDITION AND INCREASING THE COMFORTS OF THE POOR. PROCESS OF MAKING BREAD WITH ALL THE BRANADDED, SO AS GREATLY TO INCREASE THE WEIGHT, AND QUANTITY OF NUTRIMENT, [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 12 June 1803

EXTRACT FROM THE REPORTS OF THE SO CIETY FOR BETTERING THE CON-   DITION AND, INCREASING THE COMFORTS OF THE POOR. PROCESS OF MAKING BREAD WITH ALL THE BRAN ADDED, SO AS GREAT- LY TO INCREASE THE WEIGHT, AND QUANTITY OF NUTRIENT, Take 7 pounds 7 ounces of bran and pol- lard, and 4. quarts of water, and boil the   whole very gently over a slow fire. When the mixture begins to swell and thicken, let   it be frequently stirred to prevent its boiling over, or burning either at the bottom or sides of the pot. With two hours of boiling it will acquire the consistence of a very thin custard   pudding. Then pour it into a clean cloth, and twist it until the liquor is squeezed out ; with a quart of which mix 3 pints of yeast, and set the sponge for 28lbs, of flour. The bran and     pollard, which when the liquor has been squeezed out is of above four times its origi-     nal weight before it was boiled, is then to be set near the fire, in order that it may be kept w...

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COPY of a LETTER FROM MATTHEW FLINDERS, ESQ COMMANDER OF HIS MAJESTY'S SLOOP INVESTIGATOR, TO HIS EXCELLENCY THE GOVERNOR. "H. M. S. INVESTIGATOR, June 10, 1803. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 12 June 1803

COPY of a LETTER FROM MATTHEW FLINDERS, ESQ COMMANDER OF HIS MAJESY'S SLOOP INVESTIGATOR, TO HIS EXCELLENCY   THE GOVERNOR.       " H. M. S. INVESTIGATOR,   June 10, 1803. " SIR, "Judging that it may be very useful to     Ships bound to India from this Port to know that the TORRES' STRAIT is both practica-             ble, and may be expeditiously made, I have to inform Your EXCELLENCY, that in His       Majesty's Sloop under my Command I safely passed from the South Sea to the Indian   Ocean by it in Three days, lying at anchor each night, in Tolerable safety. It is not in my power at present to furnish Your Excel- lency with a Survey, or with so much infor- mation concerning this important Passage as   I hope hereafter to do; but judging that     such Information as we have collected may be of some immediate advantage, I inclos...

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