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EXAMINATIONS BEFORE THE LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR and MAGISTRATES SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 4 September 1803

The LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR and                   MAGISTRATES                     SATURDAY.           George Bearup stood charged by Mr. T. SMYTH with having raised a sash-window with intention to rob his house.                     Sarah Gould, a child then in the house,       heard a noise in the bed-room, occasioned by       something falling, and going instantly to exa- mine the cause, saw the prisoner's arm in   the window, and his hand on a dressing-   case : she then alarmed Mr. Smyth, who went out the front way, and running herself into the yard, defied him not to stir ti...

Publication Title: Sydney Gazette And New South Wales Advertiser, The
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HIGH WATER at SYDNEY For the E[?]suing Week. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 4 September 1803

  HIGH WATER at SYDNEY For the Ensuing Week.       Monday--40 m. past 10 in the morning   5 m. past 11 at night   Tuesday--- 30 m. past 11 in the forenoon       55 m. past 11 at night   Wednesd---20 m. past 12 at noon     Thursda --45 m past 11 in the morning 10 m past 1 at noon     Friday-35 m. past 1 in the morning     2 in the afternoon Saturday--25 m. past 2 in the morning 50 m. past 2 in the afternoon Sunday----15 m. past 3 in the morning   40 m. past 3 in the afternoon 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 — 4 September 1803

SHIP NEWS.     Sailed on Sunday evening last, His   Majesty's Armed Tender Lady Nelson, for the River Derwent in Van Dieman's Land.   Sailed also on Tuesday for the same place, the Albion, Captain Buncker, with Provisions, Stores, and Live Stock, consisting of 3 Rams   and a number of fine Ewes, an English black   Bull and 12 Cows, a number of Goats; an     English Boar and other Swine, and a fine   Mare. Sailed on Monday for Bass's Straits, the Surprise Sloop, belonging to Messrs. Kable and Underwood, to take in the Skins she left there prior to her departure for Port Jackson.   This vessel only arrived on the preceding Friday, after an absence of about five months:   got her skins and oil out on Saturday, and   took her departure for the Sisters in less than     three days from her arrival.    

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 4 September 1803

SHIP NEWS. Remain the Alexander Whaler; the brig   L'Adele, and the schooner Governor King - both the latter to sail this day. BOATS.-- Arrived on Monday the Raven, and on Tuesday the Union, and the Hope,   Smallwood, from Hawkesbury, and sailed       again yesterday. - On Friday sailed also the Edwin.  

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 4 September 1803

    NOTICE. ALL Persons that are indebted to S. LORD       on account of the INVESTMENTS im- ported per the   Ship ROLLA, or the French Brig L'ADELE,   are requested to make good their Payment               on or before the 24th Day of the present     Month in order that the Several funds may be       Consolidated         Sydney Sept. 3.       NOTICE SIMEON LORD informs the Public, that in Ten Days from the present date he in-           tends OPENING his BAKEHOUSE for the supply of the inhabitants in general; and                         that he has recently lain in such a stock of       Wheat as will...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 11 September 1803

Bakehouse on the Rocks. EDWARD SMITH begs leave to acquaint   the PUBLIC, that his BAKEHOUSE still continues open for the sale or Exchange of BREAD for WHEAT in exact compli-       ance with the Provision made in that behalf by General Orders.   He further begs leave to add, that at past periods of general scarcity he still continued             to supply the Public indiscriminately with   Bread of the Standard Weight and Quality,     without leaving room of Complaint;       that he shall ever esteem it a duty to society         to furnish the STAFF OF LIFE   At a fair and equitable Price   APPRENTICES   WANTED immediately, Two Stout BOYS, to be Articled for either Three &...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 11 September 1803

NOT ICE. ALL Persons are hereby CAUTIONED and   Forbidden to CUT TIMBER of any de-     scription (such only excepted as may be re- quird by Government for Naval or other pur- poses) or to turn Stock or in any other man- er Trespass on the Farm and Premises situate in the District of Balannaming, belonging to     Mr. THOMAS SMYTH. Persons hereafter trespassing will be dealt with according to Law, Notice.   ABSCONDED from the Farm of HENRY KABLE at Long Cove since Wednesday last,         JAMES WEST, a Convict-servant, By His EXCELLENCY'S PERMISSION taken off                 the Store. All Persons are hereby strictly Cautioned against Harbouring and Employing the said   Absentee ; and whoever will give Informa- tion concerning him to Henry Kab...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 11 September 1803

COMMISSIONARY's OFFICE                       Sept 10.         INDIVIDUALS indebted to HIS MAJES- TY's STORES may pay a part or a whole       of the Debts,contracted prior to the 30th         of last June, in COPPER COIN to the A-   mount of 500l. Sterling, for the purpose of   paying the Arrears due to the Colonial Vessels   and other contingent expences.   The whole of the public Debts (not-     paid for in Copper Coin or Maize ) now due     are to be discharged by Wheat delivered into   His Majesty's Stores before the 31st of next     March ; and those who may not then have Wheat, are ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 11 September 1803

  . NOTICE. ALL Persons are hereby CAUTIONED and         Forbidden to CUT TIMBER of any   Description (but such as may be required by   Government for Naval Purposes) or in anywise   Trespassing with Stock of any kind, or     on any other pretence whatsoever, on the     FARM and Premises the Property of Lieutenant NICHOLAS BAYLY, Of the New South Wales Corps :       Which Farm is situted on the Right-hand   side of the road leading to Parramatta, about         five miles from Sydney ; bounded by the Creeks of Long Cove and Iron Cove, and   the Road between them.   Trespassers after this Notice, will be       prosecuted as the Law Directs. Sydney, September 10, 180...

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General Orders. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 11 September 1803

General Orders ------------------------- THE Commissary is directed to make the following alteration in the Ration of Grain,   on Saturday next:- - -   To the Prisoners with the exception of     Overseers and Watchmen, Three pounds of Maize in Lieu of Two pounds of Flour, or     Two pounds and half of Wheat.   By Command of His EXCELLENCY, W. N. CHAPMAN, Sec. Government House, Sydney, Sept, 5, 1803  

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 11 September 1803

SYDNEY.   On Tuesday last: two logs of Cedar,   brought round by the Argument, Ward and Eaton, from Hawkesbury, were seized at the Wharf, for having been cut without per-   mission. Tuesday wound up the Sales by Auction of the Rolla's Investment. Such articles of   wearing apparel as remained from the former Sales, went very cheap COMPARATIVELY.   Needles were sold at 4s. per hundred, and   solitary empty trunks brought up the rear. The encouragements that have been at dif- ferent times held out to servants to plunder   their masters, evince a depravity that scarcely can be allowed a paralell.     The Receivers of a property thus infamous-   ly obtained, cannot be considered as mere ac-   cessaries after the fact, but as the immediate   cause, the very spur itself to a species of     offence the most generally dangerous in so- ciety, and rendered additionally weighty by   the breach of a repos...

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MISCELLANEOUS. OCCURRENCES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 11 September 1803

MISCELLANEOUS OCCURRENCES.   An inspection being made on Tuesday last   into the Bread of a baker of Parramatta, by the Chief Constable, Twenty-four Loaves were found short of weight, some of which were three ounces deficient. In consequence the whole found in his shop was ordered by the Magistrates to be seized for the use of the Hospital ; but as it was of an exceeding good quality, and this the first complaint, the penalty was leniently remitted. On Tuesday morning four Boats were seized near the Hospital Wharf, for non- compliance with His EXCELLENCY'S Public   Notice of the 31st of last month. On Wednesday last a Boat, 17 feet keel, belonging to I. Meyrick, coming from the Hawkesbury with 2,400 weight of Potatoes, a few Bushels of Wheat, &c was driven on shore near the Long Reef by a heavy squall, in which the whole of her freight was neces- sarily thrown overboard. A Boat built in the Gaol Yard was launched on Friday; she is the property of th...

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POSTSCRIPT. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 11 September 1803

POSTSCRIPT.       CAPTAIN FLINDERS, late Commander of   His Majesty's Sloop Investigator, and Mr.   PARK, Commander of the Ship Cato, arrived     at Government House at half past 3 in the   Afternoon of the 8th Instant, with the fol- lowing disgreeable Intelligence, as communi- nicated in the following LETTER to His EXCELLENCY.   Sydney, New South Wales,   Sept. 9, 1803. " SIR, " I have to inform you of my arrival here yesterday, in a Six-oar'd Cutter belonging to His Majesty's Armed Vessel PORPOISE, com- manded by Lieut, FOWLER; which Ship, I am sorry to state to Your Excellency, I         left on shore upon a Coral Reef, without any   prospect of her being saved, in Latitude 22° 11' South, and Longitude 155° 13' East, being 196 miles to the N. 38° E. from Sandy   Cape, and 729 miles from this Port: The     Ship CATO, which was in Company, i...

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HIGH WATER at SYDNEY [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 11 September 1803

HIGH WATER at SYDNEY Monday---35 m past 4 in the morning 5 in the evening Tuesday---25 m past 5 in the morning 50 m past 5 in the evening Wednesd- - -15 m past 6 in the morning 40 m past 6 in the evening Thursday---5 m past 7 in the morning 30 m past 7 at night Friday -----55 m past 7 in the morning 20 m past 8 at night Saturday---45 m past 8 in the morning 10 m past 9 at night Sunday----35 m past 9 in the morning 10 at night     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 — 11 September 1803

      SHIP NEWS.   Remain the Rolla, nearly ready to sail for the Relief of the Officers and Crew of His Majesty's Ship Porpoise and the Cato, which humane Service Captain CUMMINGS has con- sented to perform on the most liberal conditions     and it is hoped the assistance that is given will compleat her by Saturday next. She is after- wards to proceed on her Voyage to China., in which track the Reef lies. The Cumberland is on her way from the Hawkesbury; which Vessel and the Francis   (as soon as the Tides rise high enough to float the latter) will proceed immediately to the Wreck Reef. The Alexander Whaler is expected to sail this day for the Eastern Coast of New   Zealand, where Captain Rhodes supposes he       may continue several months, and probably visit the Coast of Peru and Chili before he returns to Europe     BOATS. - On Monday arrived with grain   from Hawkesbury, the Hope, Thompso...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 11 September 1803

SHIP NEWS. On Sunday last sailed the Schooner   Governor King; and on Monday the French Snow l'Adele.         On Monday arrived from Bass's Straits   the John, Chase with about 14 tons of Oil,     and between five and six hundred Skins, pro- cured at Seal Island.     The Johnday windbound at Kent's Group several days. At Seal Island she experienced   some very heavy weather. In a gale of wind which set in from the Northward, she parted both her bower anchors, and got aground, but by the perseverance and exer- tion of the Master and Crew, was got off without material damage. Mr. Stewart joined Mr. Chace at Elephant     Bay, returned with him New Year's   Island where the George lay, and has come round in her.     (For the Remainder of the Ship News, see the last page.)          

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 18 September 1803

To be Sold by Auction, By S. Lord, On Monday the 26th of September on Lieut.   Hobby's Farm at the Hawkesbury A HERD of GOATS, in number about 200 ; and which, for the convenience of Purchasers, will be put up in small Lots.   Persons purchasing will be given Credit until the 1st of February next, on giving ap- proved security,and storeable Wheat at store-   house Price will be taken in payment. N O T I C E.     A Young BULL being FOUND in the Woods, for which no Owner has been discovered, any Person who may have lost such, and can give a proper description may recover their Property on paying Expences, by applying to Mr. Lord. WANTED A Number of GREEN SPECTACLE GLASSES, with or without Frames, for which a handsome price will be given. Whoever may have such to dispose of are required to make it known to Joshua Palmer, Sydney. Notice SOME VERY FINE NETS, imported in the Nautilus from the Sandwich Islands, are now on SAL...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 18 September 1803

His Majesty's Territory of New South Wales Phillp Gidley King.   To the Territory of Provost Marshal,   And to all CONSTABLES and           others to who the Execu- tion of these Premises doth     or shall belong. George the Third by   the Grace of GOD of the   United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland KING. WE Command you and every of you to cause JAMES HUGHES,   belonging to this Territory, to be Demanded throughout the same, until by Law and Custom of Our Kingdom and its Dependen-     cies he be OUTLAWED if he shall not appear in Three Weeks next following the   Date hereof; and if he shall appear that   you or some of you take him into custody     and cause him to be safely kept, so that you may have his Body before His Majesty's   &a...

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EXAMINATIONS BEFORE THE LIEUT. GOVERNOR and MAGISTRATES. SATURDAY, SEPT.10. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 18 September 1803

==================         EXAMINATIONS BEFORE THE LIEUT. GOVERNOR and MAGISTRATES SATURDAY SEPT. 10. Thomas Martin, for stealing a blanket from the Hospital the evening previous to his dis- charge as a patient, was ordered into the Gaol Gang. Lætitia Guest stood charged with having procured a false key to a chest belonging to and in the dwelling house of Serjeant Day, and was remanded. Catharine M'Laughlane, for receiving sto- len property, was fully committed ; as were also Mary Carty for robbing her master, and   Mary Sullivan, her mother, for receiving the property knowing it to be stolen.   James Alder, for robbing his master, was also committed, as was Thomas Molloy, for having in his posses- sion a blue cloth jacket, stolen by Samuels out of a cart belonging to Richard Phelps. TUESDAY, SEPT. 13, Charles Holden and William Underwood, charged with having sold several pounds of Gunpowder, a quantity of which has been lately sto...

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ACCOUNT of the LOSS OF HIS MAJESTY's ARMED VESSEL PORPOISE, and the CATO, UPON WRECK REEF. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 18 September 1803

ACCOUNT of the LOSS OF HIS MAJESTY'S ARMED VESSEL PORPOISE, and the CATO, UPON WRECK REEF. The Porpoise, with the Honourable East India Company's extra ship Bridgewater and the ship Cato in company, on August 17th last, at two in the afternoon, fell in with a sand bank in about 23 ° 7' of fouth latitude and 155° 26' east longitude, and 157 miles N. 51 ° E. from Sandy Cape on the coast of   New South Wales. This bank being 2°   to the eastward of the situation where the   Eliza whaler found the reefs lying off the coast to terminate, it was thought to be such a detached bank as some others seen by   Lieutenant Ball and Mr. Bampton, which lie much further over towards the north end of New Caledonia, and no expectation of meet- ing with any more was entertained, especially as the Investigator had before steered for Torres' Strait from reefs several degrees fur-     ther to the west without interruption. The signal being made to keep under easy work- ing sail during the nig...

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