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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 30 October 1803

PAPER, ANY QUANTITY of SPANISH or other     PAPER, differing little in Size, will be   treated for by the Printer. Gentlemen or others who are in possession of such, and require it for their own use, will receive another-sized Paper in exchange   for such quantity as may be convenient.

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 — 30 October 1803

STRAYED, From PARRAMATTA on Sunday last the         23rd instant   A BLACK YEARLING COLT, with his tail a little clipped. Whoever will give information to Hum- phrey Thorn. whereby it may be received,   shall receive a Reward of TWENTY SHILLINGS   Parramatta, OCT. 23.   S T O L E N, On Wednesday the 25th of October, at or         about two o'clock in the Afternoon,     from the Farm of TIMOTHY HOLLISTER,         Situate at the Field of Mars   A Large PIT SAW, one Tooth out of the       center, where it is otherwise a little ble- mished with the mark of a hammer ; the   Property of Mr Joseph Holt.     Whoever will give such Information can- cerning same may lead 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 — 30 October 1803

Commissary's Office   Oct 29th 1803,   NOTICE is hereby given,that all orders   for different articles of INVESTMENT     signed by His Excellency the GOVERNOR, and countersigned by me, will be complied   with at the following Times and Places     during the ensuing Quarter, and at no other   Time.     At Parramatta - - On Monday the 31st of   October, and Tuesday the 1st No-     vember.     At Hawkesbury - - On Monday and Tuesday By command of HIS EXCELLENCY,                 J. PALMER, Commissary.                   WANTED   A SINGLE MAN as a Cook, a...

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 — 30 October 1803

General Orders. THE COMMISSARY is directed to make a Reserve of Ten Thousand Pounds of Sugar, to issue in the proportion of Six Ounces each Full Ration, in lieu of Three Pounds of Maize. The military may also receive that Pro- portion of Sugar in lieu of Two Pounds of Flour, or Two pounds and a Half of Wheat, on application to the the GOVERNOR by Lieute- nant-Colonel PATTERSON. By COMMAND of His EXCELLENCY, W.N. CHAPMAN, Sec                         Government House Sydney, Oct. 26 1804.

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EXAMINATIONS BEFORE THE LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR AND MAGISTRATES. SATURDAY, OCT. 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 30 October 1803

EXAMINATIONS BEFORE THE LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR AND MAGISTRATES.       SATURDAY, OCT. 22. John Morgan stood charged with insolence to his master, and Officer, and was on convic- tion, sentenced to receive corporal punish- ment and to work in the Gaol Gang. Another complaint was exhibited by a gentleman against Robert Wicks, his servant,   for having absented himself from his farm without leave for several days. On being     examined the man declared that he had no other cause of complaint than that of his sometimes being reproved, which he had been advised not to put up with. John Holmes, to whom the prisoner declared himself in some   measure indebted for a counsel calculated but   little to his or the public welfare, was brought forward, and severely reprimanded, but denied         the accusation. The prisoner, at his master's request was admonished against a repetition         of so gross and stagitious a misconduct and       returned to his ser...

Publication Title: Sydney Gazette And New South Wales Advertiser, The
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PRACTICAL REMARKS ON THE Management of a Dairy. (Continued from our last). [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 30 October 1803

PRACTICAL REMARK, ON THE Management of a Dairy (Continued from our last). I state the fact merely to show that the     qualities of milk may vary greatly for cer-   tain œconomical purposes, when that varia-   tion is not obviously indicated by its exter-   nal appearance, It therefore behoves as to     keep that circumstance continually in our   eye in all our researches concerning the   choice of cattle tor the purpose of the dairy :   as it is by no means certain that some breeds     may not give milk that may much more   nearly approach the nature of that of ewes   or goats than others. To shew the benefit that may on some occasions be derived from     this kind of attention, I shall beg leave to     state an accidental experiment which brought     ...

Publication Title: Sydney Gazette And New South Wales Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ACCIDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 30 October 1803

ACCIDENTS. Last week an accident happened on the   Rocks , which, as it might have been attended with the most serious consequences, we men-             tion as a caution against children being per-   mitted to have access to edged implements.--     Three children belonging to one family in turn       exercising themselves with a hoe so likewise   in turn attested to direct the labour ; in doing       which, one inclining his head downwards re-     ceived a wound above the temple, from which         a torrent of blood issued, and for a length of   time excited in the breasts of its parents alarm and apprehension. On the morning following       the other two returned to the same amusement,   and shortly after the accident was repeated on one of them, but with greater violence--       the incision was truly frightful, the wound ex-...

Publication Title: Sydney Gazette And New South Wales Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SYDNEY [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 30 October 1803

SYDNEY. Dissipation among the labouring orders of   Society is one of the greatest evils that can possibly fall upon it, and its consequences to     be therefore the more universally dreaded - If we regard it only as far as it affect the   families of the Poor, no stronger argument   for discouragement will be thought neces-     sary, even although a contrary conduct may         in some be influenced by a desire of PROFITING               from the spoils of licentiousness. We are too           frequently surnished with instances wherein       the labour, whose income cannot be con-   sidered as more than adequate to the main-         tenance of his family, instead of applying it       to its proper use, squanders in an hour of       intemperance his weekly earning ; and af-   terwards recalling, if not inured by habit, at       a conduct but cruel and unprincipled, dreads &amp...

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 — 30 October 1803

HIGH WATER AT SYDNEY For the ensuing Week, Monday--50 m. past 8 in the morning     15 m. past 9 at night Tuesday-- 40 m. past 9 in the morning 5 m. past 10 at night Wednesd--30 m. past 10 in the morning 55 m. m. past 10 at night Thursday-20 m. past 11 in the forenoon   45 m. past 11 at night     Friday.-- 10m. past 12 at noon Saturday---35 m. 12 in the morning   1 at noon Sunday.- 25m. past 1 in the morning   50 m. past 1 at noon High Water at Parramatta     2 Hours 15 Minutes after Sydney.   PRINTED AT SYDNEY, AND ADVERTISE-           MENTS RECEIVED BY G. HOWE.

Publication Title: Sydney Gazette And New South Wales Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 30 October 1803

SHIP NEWS. On Sunday last returned the Schooner   Endeavour, out 3 days. Off Botany Bay during the thunder storm on the evening of the preceding Thursday, Mr. Higgins, mate, and Mr. Wood, formerly mate of the  Margaret, were severely hurt by the lightning,     which as we before remarked was extremely vivid, and the flashes of unusually long     continuance. The former was for some minutes deprived of sight, but afterwards tolerably     recovered his right eye; the left continuing         much inflamed. Mr. Wood's hurt was in the loins, and was so severe as to render it necessary that he should be brought ashore immediately on his return, for the benefit of Medical assistance. As the vessel sustained no damage, and none of the people embarked   for the Settlement at Hobart on Van     Dieman's Land were at all affected, she weighed the morning after her arrival, but Mr. Wood was un...

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 — 30 October 1803

SHIP NE WS.   On Thursday arrival from Wreck Reef, under the Command of Mr. LACY, late an   Officer of His Majesty's Ship Investigator, a small schooner called the Resource, having been built from a part of the Porpoise's Wreck. To Mr. Lacy we are sensibly indebted for the following interesting detail of circum-     -stances on Wreck Reef. Immediately sub-   sequent to the departure of Capt. FLINDERS     in the Hope, a few days after which the keel   of the Resource was laid down, under the         directions of Mr. Mart, late carpenter of the Investigator. For the space of a month no- thing material occurred, but after that pe-   riod an unforeseen event appeared, which in     case of the Hope's not arriving at Port Jackson,   would have considerably prolonged our       time of remaining on the Bank; This was         the circumstance of the ...

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State of the Barometer and Thermometer for the Month of October, 1803, at Sydney, in New South Wales, with the prevailingwinds & weather. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 6 November 1803

State of the Barometer and Thermometer for the   Month of October, 1803, at Sydney, New     South Wales, with the prevailing winds & weather

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 6 November 1803

WANTED to PURCHASE,. A Quantity of CASKS sufficient to put Oil in for Exportation to Europe, Apply to Mr. CAMPBELL. Sydney, Nov. 5th. WANTED, SINGLE MAN as Cook, and to wait at Table occasionally. Liberal Wages will be given; and if his   Conduct merits approbation after serving a certain time, a passage for England will be procured for him. Apply to Mr. Larra, Parramatta. 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 any     wise trespassing with Stock of any kind, or                               or on any other Pretence whatsoever, on the FARM and Premises belonging t...

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HIGH WATER AT SYDNEY For the ensuing Week. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 6 November 1803

HIGH WATER at SYDNEY For the ensuing Week.   Monday - - - 45 m past 2 in the morning 10 m past 3 in the afternoon Tuesday- - -35 m past 3 in the morning 4 in the afternoon Wednesd--25 m past 4 in the morning 50 m past 4 in the afternoon Thursday---15 m past 5 in the morning 40 m past 5 in the evening     Friday-- - - 5 m past 6 in the morning 30 m past 6 in the evening Saturday--35 m past 5 in the morning   7 in the evening     Sunday -- 25 m past 7 in the morning 50 m past 7 in the evening.       HIGH WATER IN PARRAMATTA     2 Hours 15 Minutes after Sydney.   PRINTED AT SYDNEY, AND ADVERTISE- MENTS RECEIVED BY G. HOWE.

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EXAMINATIONS BEFORE THE LIEUTENANT-GOVERNOR AND MAGISTRATES. SATURDAY OCT. 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 6 November 1803

EXAMINATIONS BEFORE THE LIEUTENANT - GOVERNOR                 AND MAGISTRATES.   ----------------------------------     SATURDAY OCT. 29. Cornelius Hennings stood charged by Jane           Smith with having obtained from her the     sum of 7s. 6d. on pretence of performing what remained to do of her apportioned task of filling the bridge. Being interrogated whether he had completed the work for   which he had so contracted, he answered in the negative and denied at the same time his having received any money whatsoever for such purpose ; but three other women at the same time lodging similar complaints,     supported by undoubted teftimony, the de- linquent was sentenced to a corporal punish- ment and hard labour at the Bridge every af- ternoon until the frauds were made good.   George Parr,...

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To the Printer of the Sydney Gazette, [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 6 November 1803

To the Printer of the Sydney Gazette, SIR, In the Report of the Business before the Magistrates contained in your last week's     Paper, you notice a complaint of the non       payment of a promissory note obtained for the hire of a pitt saw, at 5s. per week, which you remark on as preposterous and exorbi-     tant, and which I confess at the first glance must seem to be the case; but as an expla- nation of my conduct in the transaction ap- pears actually requisite to me, and as a regu-   lar mode of charge should in such cases be adented for the convenience and consequent   advantage of the labourer, I trust you will suffer this vindication also to appear. The rate of hire for one of these implements in London is 2d. for every pound fterling it may   earn ; the prime cost is considerably under   half the price paid for them in this Colony, and the LESSEE must be accountable for           accidents or damage, so that the owner is o...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 6 November 1803

SYDNEY.           Last Monday the Hope, Smallwood, com-   ing round from Hawkesbury, freighted with grain, sunk near the North Head, but the hands, three in number, were picked up by a small boat belonging to W. Partridge. She left Hawkesbury the preceding Mon- day, and on Wednesday got into Broken       Bay, where she lay windbound till Sunday   following; but as she appeared to make     more water than usual, and the above small   boat being in company, it was thought ad-   visable to lighten the sloop by removing into the boat as much of the grain as she could with fafety carry. On Sunday they both got out of Broken Bay, the sloop very leaky, and the pump incessantly going to keep her free. At noon she got within the Heads, the weather very gusty, and soon after went down. One of the people who could not swim, fortunately grasped a hatch, by which he supported himself until relieved from his peril. Benj...

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Resurrexit in Deo. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 6 November 1803

Resurrexit in Deo. My midnight Vigils are no more     Cold sleep and Peace succeed ;     The pains of Death are pased and o'er,           My wounds no longer bleed.       But when my murderers appear   Before Jehovah's Throne,         Mine will it be to vanquish there - - - And theirs t'endure alone.     At the head of the Stone, which is four feet in height, the head and bones appear as a " Memento more," with the addition of a Cutlass, as by a weapon of that description the skull of the deceased had been most inhu- manly fractured.

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PRACTICAL REMARKS ON THE Management of a Dairy. (Continued from our last.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 6 November 1803

PRACTICAL REMARKS ON THE Management of a Dairy. (Continued from our last.) Of this nature I shall briefly beg leave to     secify the following diversity that daily oc-   curs among different varieties of cattle, with     out being sufficiently adverted to. Some kinds yield a very large quantity of milk   from after calving, which continues to flow     for a short time in vast abundance, but this flush of milk lasts only for a short time ;     others continue to give as much for ten or   twelve months after calving, as they did the     first month, if equally well fed ; such cattle would thus, and thus only, have their com- parative value ascertained.       In the second place, his experiment proved that milk may be yielded by varieties of the   the same species of animals, which may dif-       fer as much from each other in some of their     œconomical peculiarities ...

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INSTRUCTION OF YOUTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 6 November 1803

INSTRUCTION OF Youth.   Populous as the Town of Sydney is, it may be wondered that the Plan of an Academy has not suggested itself for the Instruction of the more advanced Youth only, without an intermixture with Children in the very lead- ing strings of tuition ; waving enquiry into   the cause of which it is sufficient to remark,   that it is a palpable oversight whereby the elder scholar is retarded, the capacity re- stricted by a want of inducement and a spur to emulation which has not yet been awa- kened, and the young Colonist unfairly stig- matized with the want of natural talent which only lies concealed because it is not courted. An Academy composed of Pupils properly selected, into which none should be admitted   but such as had arrived to a certain degree, such as reading fairly, would require the soft assiduous attention of the Tutor whose task it became to lead them forward into the necessary sciences, and a short period would       probe his own capacity a...

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