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SOME DIRECTIONS FOR SAILING THROUGH TORRES' STRAITS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 12 June 1803

SOME DIRECTIONS FOR SAILING THROUGH TORRES' STRAITS. Small reefs having been seen and many others probably lying some distance to the   eastward of the Strait, it is necessary to run   cautiously from the eastward for a day or         two, before making the body of the reefs.     Enter them by a Passage in latitude 9° 18'           South, and longitude 145° 6' East and   which, according to the Pandora's chart, is       3 leagues wide. Steer for Murray's Island,     which lies in 9° 53' South and 144° 18'   East, and may be seen at from 6 to 10 leagues distance ; but as there is a Reef to the East-         ward of the Island, it will be necessary to go round this. The Investigator passed to the North side, approaching the island from the   North-East ; but it would be more direct to   pass on the south side of the Reef, should it   be equally free from danger. Pass on the North side of Murray's Island, and...

Publication Title: Sydney Gazette And New South Wales Advertiser, The
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HIGH WATER AT SYDNEY For the ensuing Week. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 12 June 1803

HIGH WATER AT SYDNEY For the ensuing Week,   Monday---2 in the morning   20 m past 2 in the afternoon   Tuesday --40 m. past 2 in the morning   3 in the afternoon     Wednes.---20 m. past 3 in the morning 40 m. past 3 in the afternoon Thursd.---4 in the morning     20 m. past 4 in the afternoon Friday - 40 m. past 4 in the morning 5 in the evening       Saturday-20 m. past 5 in the morning 40 m. past 5 in the evening Sunday - 6 in the morning     20 m. past 6 in the evening.

Publication Title: Sydney Gazette And New South Wales Advertiser, The
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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 12 June 1803

          SHIP NEWS. On Thursday arrived His Majesty's Ship   INVESTIGATOR, Captain MATTHEW   FLINDERS; she sailed from hence in       July last, to continue the survey of the coast of New                   Holland. After being entangled among the reefs, and having grounded owing to Capt.                     Flinders's anxiety not to leave any material                             part unexamined: He surveyed the East     coast as far as Cape Palmerston, and found   two harbours, which ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 19 June 1803

To be Sold by Private Con- tract, A MOST Commodious well-built DWEL- LING-HOUSE, with Granaries for   Wheat and Corn, good Stabling and Barns,   ail weather-bonded and shingled, with Stock-houses and Yard well watered, and     free from Floods: Sixty Acres of Land, of     which Twenty six are now sown in Wheat,       and seven in Barley, all looking very well, and situate at the Green Hills. Also, a very valuable MARE in Foal, with a Filley Foal Foal Months old, a Gelding rising three Years, and a Stallion rising two   Years.   The whole may he viewd upon Applica-   tion to Thomas Rickerley, on the Pre-             mises.   G. MORRISON, BOOT AND SHOE-MAKER. BEGS Leave to inform his friends and       &a...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 19 June 1803

                  F O R S A L E, 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. per     Yard Lace on Cards, from 32 to 65 Yards, from 2s. to 7s. per Yard Earthenware in Table Sets, 242 Pieces plain           6l. 10s. per Set; and Edged Blue and     Green 13l. 12s. Leather and Thread for Shoes   Men's Ready-made Cloaths Harness and Sadlery Cordage and Canvas. To be Sold by Auction BY SIMEON LORD, At his Warehouse in Sydney, on MONDAY   NEXT the 20th Instant, and Following &n...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 19 June 1803

Notice. ''THE PUBLIC who are indebted at the UNIVERSAL WAREHOUSE are de-   sired to Pay the Amount if their Accounts to Mr. SAMUEL BRAKEWELL, he being duly authorised to receive the same. Sydney, June 13 Notice. A FEW TONS of OTAHEITE PORK, well salted, and imported per the   NAUTILUS, Captain SIMSON, May now be Purchased in any Quantities, upon Application at the Warehouse of S. LORD. To be Sold by Auction BY SIMEON LORD, AT WOOLLAMOOLLA, On Saturday Next, at Ten o'Clock in the Forenoon, Number of EMPTY CASKS, many   which are in perfect Condition.    

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Weekly Occurrences. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 19 June 1803

Weekly Occurrences.   On Sunday evening last, a fire broke out in the Dwelling-house of Bryan Egan, at Hawkesbury, by which the whole of the Premises were consumed, together with the household furniture and a quantity of corn. On Monday last, Mr. Good, Botanist belonging to His Majesty's ship Investigator, and who died the preceding day on board that ship, was brought on shore for inter-   ment. A number of Officers attended in procession to the place of burial, where, after the funeral ceremonies were performed, a party of marines fired three vollies over the grave. Yesterday, at an Examination before the Magistrates, Isaac Farmer, labourer, who was some time since committed from the Hawkes- bury. for having violently assaulted and stab- bed a man who has since recovered, was re- turned to that Settlement, to be disposed of by the Magistrate as the nature of the case re-       quired. The following curious detection lately took place at Parramatta : A person went with ...

Publication Title: Sydney Gazette And New South Wales Advertiser, The
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To Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 19 June 1803

To Correfpondents. The Letter signed "An Inhabitant of Parra-   matta," on the Mismanagement of Passage   Boats, will be duly attended to.      

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Extracts from the latest English Papers. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 19 June 1803

Extracts from the latest English Papers.   We have to lament, that in the Nimble Packet, wrecked off Prawle Point on the 23d of August last, nearly 40 persons pe- rished, among whom was a Master in the         Navy, together with his wife and four chil-   dren, a Lieutenant Kelly, also of the Navy,   and several seamen and seamen's wives,-- The loss of the above small vessel was in a great measure owing to her being over- crowded with passengers, the confusion among whom prevented the crew from exerting themselves, when every exertion was most re- quired. A French Paper contains the following Method for Preserving Corn that has been lodged by rain :   " As soon as the Corn is beat down it should be collected into sheaves with all pos-   sible dispatch, and instead of being piled upon     one another, each sheave should be set on end, the blade being uppermost. Several of these sheaves should be tied together tight,     near the blade, so as to ...

Publication Title: Sydney Gazette And New South Wales Advertiser, The
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SEA ELEPHANT OIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 19 June 1803

SEA ELEPHANT OIL. The following Account of the utility of this Oil, in preparing Colours for Painting is communicated by a Painter of Parramatta.   As it may always be procured here much   more reasonably than the Linseed Oil, and as its trial appears to be recommended by other advantages to the Inhabitants of the   Colony, we feel the highest satisfaction in   publishing this, as well as every other arti- cle that may appear calculated to advance its interests. " After repeated trials, I have at length succeeded in bringing to perfection the use of Elephant Oil, as an excellent substitute for that commonly used by painters, so far as relates to outside work and for which pur- pose, I may venture to affirm, it is entitled to a preference, as, from its consistency, a single coat of paint will be equal to two coats, prepared with the Linseed Oil, and conse- quently must be attended with a considerable saving, both of labour and of colour. " The p...

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Judge Advocate's Office. SATURDAY, JUNE 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 19 June 1803

    Judge Advocate's Office. SATURDAY, JUNE 11.   John Westwood was examined on a charge       of having stolen a quantity of corn, the pro- perty of Robert Wells, of the North Boun- dary, which charge being fully substantiated,     he was sentenced to work Three Years for     the Crown ; and   Michael Ryan, his accomplice, being a   prisoner, to receive a severe corporal punish-   ment, and work in the Gaol Gang.   They were detected by means of one of   them wearing three nails in the sole of each   of his shoes, whereby they were traced, the property found in their joint-possession, and   the charge substantiated.   William Taylor, brought forward by the       above offenders to prove an ALIBI, was him-     self recognised as having absconded from   his master's service, while under a sentence of     six months labour for Gove...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 19 June 1803

SYDNEY. On Sunday night last Mrs. Ballard, of South-row, was robbed of a prodigious quan-     tity of poultry; and many other complaints   have been exhibited during the week of simi- lar depredations. Duly considering this spe- cies of robbery, which, from its frequency,     becomes alarming and interesting, it would   appear that the feathered multitude are but   little indebted to their owners' care ; for surely means might be devised for the better security of this as well as other property;       and persons who keep a number of fowls constantly exposed to the incursion of the merciless marauder, must either be totally     careless of their flock, or in perpetual appre- hension for their security. Many are suffered to roost in trees -- these cannot be enumerated   as part of a personal estate after bed-time: ---     Others, more fortunately circumstanced, are   sheltered from the elements by houses pu...

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DIRECTIONS EOR COLLECTING AND PRESERVING BIRDS. (Taken from the Bee.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 19 June 1803

DIRECTIONS FOR COLLECTING AND PRESERVING BIRDS. (Taken from the Bee.)   These, if large, may be skinned as large as Quadrupeds; but more care should be had   that the feathers be not soiled; the inside of   the skin may be powdered with allum and pepper, to which an eighth of camphor be   added, the better; stuff out the neck to its   usual size, and beginning to sew up at the   breast, fill the skin to a proper bulk as you go on, and finish at the vent: the stuffing may     be of moss, cotton, oakum, tow, or any cheap soft substance: you should also entirely empty   the skull at the roof of the mouth, which may be done by breaking down the palate, and scooping out the contents, to be filled again with the above mixture and cotton. Birds, whether large or small, may be also preserved by the following easy method. Make a hole   just large enough to admit the entrails being taken out without soiling the feathers; half         fill the cavity with an equal mix...

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HIGH WATER AT SYDNEY For the ensuing Week, [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 19 June 1803

HIGH WATER AT SYDNEY For the ensuing Week,                   Monday.----7 in the morning     20 m. past 7 in the evening Tuesday --- 40 m past 7 in the morning 8 at night   Wednes.--20 m. past 8 in the morning 40 m. past 8 at night   Thursd. ---9 in the morning 20 m. past 9 at night   Friday.--- 40 m. past 9 in the morning 10 at night   Saturday--20 m. past 10 in the morning 40 m. past 10 at night   Sunday.--- 11 in the forenoon 20 m. past 11 at night HIGH WATER at PARRAMATTA 2 hours 15 minutes after Sydney. PRINTED AT SYDNEY; And  ADVER TISEMENTS RECEIVED BY G. HOWE.

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 19 June 1803

      SHIP NEWS. Sailed on Thursday the Lady Nelson, with Capt. Bowen, and Jacob Moungarret, Esq.   as also three Privates of the New South Wales Corps, for Van Dieman's Land.   And on Friday sailed His Majesty's ship     Porpoise, with a Corporal and five Privates,     four Settlers, 22 male and 3 female Prisoners, and a quantity of provisions and stores,   to join the Lady Nelson at the above   intended Settlement. Sailed on Thursday for Bass's Straites, the     sloop John, belonging to J. Palmer, Esq. Same day the Good Intent, Chace, with a seaman on board who was discharged from the French ship Geographe during her stay here; and who has engaged, for a premium,   to point out a cluster or Islands, hitherto   unknown to our traders, which are likely to prove advantageous to the oil and fur trade;     which, as it may be justly deemed a leading         feature in ou...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 26 June 1803

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. per Yard Lace on Cards, from 32 to 65 Yards, from 2S. to 7s, per Yard Earthenware in Table Sets. 242 Piece's 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 SALE BY AUCTION. To be SOLD by VENDUE at the House of Andrew Thomson. Hawkesbury, on Wed- nesday the 6th of July and Following Days,   at Ten o'Clock, A QUANTITY -of Irish Linens, Bandanoe   Handkerchiefs, Blue Gurrahs, Callicoes,   Shoe and Sole leather, Printed Cottons,     Nankeens, Leaf Tobacco, Salt, and an As sortment of ironmongery, &c. &. belonging to the Estate of Mr. WILLIAM COX. Catalo...

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Proclamation [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 26 June 1803

Proclamation BY HIS EXCELLENCY PHILIP                 GIDLEY KING ESQUIRE. Cap.                     tain-General and Governor in Chief in and over HIS MAJES-   TY's Territory of New South Wales and its Dependencies, &c &c. &c. THE great consumption of Timber, and     the Requisition made by Government for as much as possible being reserved for the Use   of the Navy, The following Regulations are to be observed by all and every His Majesty's Subjects resident or stationed in this Territ- ory, Matters of Ships, and all Others. Timber in this Colony includes She and Swamp Oaks, Red Blue and Black-butted   Gums, Stringy and Iron Barks, Mahogany,   Box, Honeysuckle, Cedar, Light-wood, Tur-   pent...

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General Orders. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 26 June 1803

General Orders. FROM the general abundant Crops of     Maize, and the present thriving state of the Swine and other Stock, The GOVERNOR   recommends as much of that Grain as can be spared from Domestic Uses to be appropria-   ted to Feeding Swine, &c. which must insure   its increase. To enable the settlers to save       their Breeding Sows, and increase the size of   their Hogs, the Quantity of Salt Meat re-   ceived from the Cape by the Bridgewater   will allow of a certain Number of Casks of     Salt-Beef being LENT to such Settlers as may   be approved of, on Condition of an Equal   Weight of Fresh Pork, exclusive of the Head   and Feet, being returned to the respective   Public Stores, between the 5th of June and 1st   of August, 1804.   Applications for a Participation in this Advantage, by Settlers off the Stores, to be made at the Commissary's Office at Sydney;     to Mr. Williamson at Parr...

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Extracts from the latest English Papers. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 26 June 1803

          Extracts from the latest English Papers. Numerous coal mines are said to have been   discovered in Ireland but the want of ca-       pital has hitherto rendered some of them use-     less whilst the situation and difficulty of conveyance diminishes the utility of the rest.     Of the latter description are the expensive   colleries of Caslte Comer, &c., in the count-   ties of Carlow and Kilkenny, where the   Countess of Orinnad possesses several thousand   acres of coal within six feet of the surface,   running in a strata near three feet in depth. Six master of fishing smacks belonging to           Harwich, were lately rewarded by the Lords of the Treasury with bounties amount- ing to 660l. for having supplied the London   market with the greatesst quantity of fish for   one year. A two shear sheep was slaughtered in Au- gust last, at Ravensar in Bedfordshire, where   it wa...

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To the Printer of the Sydney Gazette. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 26 June 1803

To the Printer of the Sydney Gazette. "Willing to contribute in exposing such     irregularities, as are injurious to the Inhabit-     ants of the Colony, I beg to offer a few cur- sary Observations on the Management of           Passage Boats employed between Sydney and Parramatta. These vehicles, which I presume were   originally intended to accommodate the pub-     lic, would, if properly conducted, be rendered lucrative to the proprietors; but as their profits materially depend on the portion of convenience afforded to the Public, it may     be deemed a matter of surprise that such pro- prietors act with so little caution, and appear     so little dispersed by exertion to deserve encouragement; but rather, by a faulty inat- tention to the conduct of their boatmen, ex-   pose themselves to just and universal censure ;         &nbsp...

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