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

SHIP NEWS. The Francis came in on Sunday morning last, from Wreck Reef. Mr. Aiken pre- ferring returning by his own track to that taken by Mr Lacy, with which Mr. Aiken was unacquainted, occasioned her delay. On Friday morning sailed from Broken Bay, the Brig L'Enfant d'Adele, for the Mauritius. BOATS - On Monday arrived from the Hawkesbury the William; on Wednesday the       Union; and on Friday the Ravan. Raby - - - Sailed again on Wednesday the William, as   also the Argument; and on Saturday the       Raven and Union.     The alteration intended at the bottom of   Pit's Row will shortly be effectually com-         pleated. Part of the stable of Messrs Burns     and Mocock, by which the line of Houses     was much obstructed, is removed, and the Government Workmen are busy in walling       in a channel for the run of water which   crosses the Row at the lower end in rainy     seasons. The b...

Publication Title: Sydney Gazette And New South Wales Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Judge Advocate's Office. EXAMINATION BEFORE R. ATKINS, Esq. Judge Advocate, and T. JAMISON, Esq. SATURDAY, NOV. 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 6 November 1803

Judge Advocate's Office.     ---------------------------------       EXAMINATION BEFORE R. ATKINS, Esq. Judge Advocate and T. JAMISON, Esq. SATURDAY, Nov 5. Mr. R. Colpits, Gunner of the Investi- gator, who was placed in charge of her and the Stores on board her, and Henry Aicken,   were before the Bench, having been   the night before apprehended on suspicion of embezzling the King's Stores, of which the latter stood positively charged.   The parties after an examination were re- manded, as was also Wm. Henry on sus- A long and serious investigation afterwards         took place concerning a PIG, in which the   Plaintiff and Defendant displayed much inge- nuity in JOBBING; the circumstances were as   follow :   On the 23d of May last a pig of the China   breed was stolen from the plaintiff, an in- habitant of the Rocks; who some days ago   was apprised that a pig exa...

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HIGH WATER AT PARRAMATTA [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 13 November 1803

HIGH WATER IN PARRAMATTA   2 hours 15 Minutes after Sydney PRINTED AT SYDNEY, AND ADVERTISE-       MENTS RECEIVED BY G. HOWE.    

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 13 November 1803

STRAYED From Parramatta on Sunday 23rd Inst.   A BLACK YEARLING COLT, with his tail a little clipped.   Whoever will give Information to Hum- phrey Thorn, whereby it may be recovered. shall receive a reward of TWENTY SHILLINGS

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 13 November 1803

-------------------------   WANTED to PURCHASE,   A Quantity of CASKS sufficient to put Oil     for export to Europe.   Apply to Mr. CAMPBELL   Sydney, Nov. 12   NOTICE.         ALL PERSONS are strictly CAUTIONED   against CUTTING TIMBER, of any   Description (for Government purposes only   excepted), or in any wise Trespassing on the   Farm and Premises   RICHARD KNIGHT, Which Farm is situated at and about Long-       nose Point. And Whereas several Persons have care-   lessly left Fires burning on the uncultivated       Grounds belonging to the said farm, and by   such criminal Neglect endangered the stand- ing Crops, Notice is hereby given that any Person or Persons who may hereafter be found trespa...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 13 November 1803

STRAYED On or about the 28th of last Month   THREE Young mares belonging to Mr. FITZGERALD, and on the Property   of BRIAN RILEY.   Whoever may find and deliver the same to   either of the above Owners shall receive a Reward of TWO POUNDS STERLING. Nov. 5. 1803 WANTED a sober steady, and experienced MAN, to take the Charge Of a FARM as OVER- SEER. He must be tolerably well acquainted with     the Business of Agriculture; and as liberal       Wages will be given a Reference for Charac- ter will be required. Any Person qualified for such a Situation will receive further information from the       Printer, Pitt's Row, Sydney Nov. 10 PAPER. AN immediate Supply, being requisite of   Spanish or other Paper, not inferior in   Size, a liberal Price will be paid for any   Quantity   Whoe...

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General Orders. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 13 November 1803

General Orders. The Treasurer of the Goal Fund is direct-   ed to make a present to James Martin,     Private in the New South Wales Corps; not       as a reward for having done his Duty, which     every good soldier will do, But as an ac- knowledgement of the merits due to an Honest           Man in detecting and bringing forward a         Robbery of the Public Stores. Half of the New South Wales Corps off Duty   on Monday next at Ten o'Clock in the     morning, under Arms, to attend the Execu-   tion of the Criminal under Sentence of Death     By Command of His   EXCELLENCY. W.N. CHAPMAN, Sec.                         &a...

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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 — 13 November 1803

              PRACTICAL REMARKS ON THE       Management of a Dairy.   (Continued from our last)                   Let such person in the first place mature     his plan in his own mind, without commu- nicating his secret to any one, this is of the highest importance. His experiments must     be made in a select manner and with care;     when he has at last discovered the breed pos- sessing the qualities he wants, he must be careful to keep it a secret he must endea- vour to rear a bull from this breed as soon   as possible, when by crossing and carefully   selecting the best, he will acquire a degree of excellence which will shortly pay him for his attention and trouble : he must still try to conceal his secret, but secrets of this kind cannot be concea...

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Judge Advocate's Office. EXAMINATIONS BEFORE R. ATKINS, Esq. Judge Advocate, and T. JAMISON, Esq. MONDAY, NOV. 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 13 November 1803

Judge Advocate's Office           EXAMINATIONS BEFORE     R. ATKINS Esq. Judge Advocate, and T.   JAMISON Esq.         MONDAY 7th Nov.   A search taking place for sundry articles   of Naval Stores, suspected to be stolen and   conveyed from the Investigator and Supply hulks, a quantity of iron-work, Cordage,   canvas,&c. was found, and with the par-     ties in whose possession they were, brought forward; but the whole of this property being duly accounted for, none was withheld. ------------- TUESDAY   Samuel Thorley exhibited a charge against Daniel Brady, of having on Sunday last forcibly broke open and entered his store- room by forcing in the door.     The complainant had long suspected the integrity of the prisoner, who lived as ser-   vant with him, and having received private...

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INSTRUCTION OF Youth. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 13 November 1803

INSTRUCTION     OF Youth. " Having already hinted that in Arithme- tic several Rules should necessarily be added     to the four principal, it may not be amiss to offer some slight observations on the confined and indeed imperfect scale upon which those   leading principles are usually taught at com- mon school. Of Multiplication, for instance, the minutiæ is seldom or ever required until       a youth, about to enter upon business, and   feeling his deficiency diligently determines to           surmount it; at the same time every adept   must acknowledge, that the beautiful methods used in contracting its work, would equally amuse and instruct the pupil, whose cu-     riosity by being ever kept awake would draw him imperceptibly into enquire, and a com-   petent knowledge of the use and power of numbers steal gradually upon the mind.   As all contractions must naturally tend to d...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 13 November 1803

          SYDNEY.   Misinformation occasioned a gross error in our last week's Paper, in the name of the Settler who sustained the heavy loss of 245 bushels of wheat by the unfortunate accident that attended Smallwood's Hope. Instead of Ben Jones it should have been John Benn, which though literally but little more than a TRANSPOSITION of words, was far from trivial to the parties interested.

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Criminal Court. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 13 November 1803

Criminal Court. At ten o'clock on Thursday morning a Court assembled for the Trial of Felonies and             Misdemeanors : when   William Brooks and Francis Cox were put to the Bar and arraigned, the former on a Charge of stealing a piece of Iron from the   Government Wharf on the 1st of the present   month, which was proved to be the property of the Crown ; and the latter of having the   said property in his possesion, knowing it to be stolen. James Martin, a Private Soldier in the New South Wales Corps being duly sworn deposed, that he was Centinel at the Wharf on the above mentioned day from one to three o'clock in the afternoon, and that shortly after   taking the post the soldier who had been   on that duty from 9 to 11 in the forenoon     came to the box and asked for his great coat. upon removing which the iron becoming visi- ble, he informed the deponent it would be     called for by J. Harding (then under t...

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BOATS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 13 November 1803

BOATS. Arrived on Thursday last the Hope, Thomp- son; the William and Mary, Miller; and       the Argument, all from Hawkesbury with   grain ; and on Friday evening the William, with ditto.       Same day arrived the James,, Raby, from Hunter's River. The Hope sailed again yesterday for the   Hawkesbury. A number of very fine apple trees, 4 years   old, were last week stolen from a garden in the neighbourhood of Sydney. The proprie-   tor had been frequently lavish in their praise in presence of his servant, who probably con- jectored that they might improve by being transplanted in another soil. On Friday evening two young children   being thoughtlessly permitted to amuse them-   selves with throwing stones at each other one of them took up a piece of a bottle, and   by an incredible exertion wounded the other so severely in the face as in all probabilit...

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To Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 13 November 1803

To Correspondents A Letter, signed "TRIBULATION," came   to hand, but from its extreme length can- not appear, As it contains matter of com-     plaint, however, we extract so much of it as may convey an idea of its contents ge-     nerally .---" Woe unto me, that my fields are trodden under the horses hoof, and horned cattle prey upon my harvest, and   like unto the locust, devoureth all my sub- stance ; for lo! the ox travelleth without       an herd, and the horse knoweth not his masters crib, but after the setting of the sun becometh a night wanderer, &c"       The writer evidently complains of damage sustained from cattle coming on his pre- mises ; but by antiquating his language we          rather conceive he has obscured his mean-     ing.   To INCOGNITO we are again sensibly in-       debted: --The subject of his corespon- dence is its own eulogism.  

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HIGH WATER AT SYDNEY For the ensuing Week. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 13 November 1803

HIGH WATER AT SYDNEY For the ensuing Week. Monday- 15 m. past 9 in the morning   40 m. 9 in the evening Tuesday--5 m past 10 in the forenoon 30 m past 10 at night Wednesd.--55 m past 10 in the forenoon   20 m past 11 at night   Thursda- -45 m past 11 in the forenoon   Friday---10 m past 12 in the morning   35 m past 12 at noon Saturday--- 1 in the morning 25 m past 1 in the afternoon Sunday----50 m past 1 the morning   15 m past 2 in the afternoon      

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Hail Storm. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 13 November 1803

Hail Storm. ----------------------       On Thursday fe'nnight a severe storm of hail came on, which extended itself from the Half-way House to Kissing Point. Its du- ration was short, the hail not remarkable   for its size, but did considerable injury to the gardens and crops. A field of peas belong- ing to I. Nicholls was half destroyed, as such as were cut began immediately to de- cay. We had no account of it last week from Kissing point, from which it may be   taken for granted that it was not FELT there,- -probably because the gardeners had been before hand with the shower.

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HIGH WATER AT PARRAMATTA [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 20 November 1803

HIGH WATER AT PARRAMATTA             2 hours 15 minutes after Sydney PRINTED AT SYDENY, AND ADVERTISE                         MENTS RECIEVED BY G. HOWE

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 20 November 1803

NOTICE. ALL PERSONS are strictly CAUTIONED against CUTTING TIMBER of any     Description ( for Government purposes only excepted) or in anywise Trespassing on the Farm and Premises of RICHARD KNIGHT, Which Farm is situated at and about Long- Nose Point.   And Whereas Several Persons have care-     lessly left Fires burning on the uncultivated Grounds belonging to the said Farm, and by such criminal Neglect, endangered the stand- ing Crops, Notice is hereby given, that any Person of Persons who may hereafter be found   trespassing in the above mentioned re-   pect, he or they will be prosecuted with eve- ry severity.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 20 November 1803

HIS EXCELLENCY was pleased   on Sunday last, to respite the Execution of Henry Hecken, or     dered for Monday last, since when he has re-   ceived a Pardon Conditionally on his being Transported to Van Diemans Land for Seven Years. NOTICE.   SEVERAL Volumes containing Numbers, of a Miscellaneous Publication entitled        THE BEE     Have been Borrowed from the Collection of JOHN HARRIS, Esq. but neglected to be   returned: It is therefore requested that any   Person who may have "Numbers of the Publication, there being no second set in the   Country, will restore them immediately.     ALSO, the 1st Volume of Pope's Homer is required to be returned, that being the only Volume absent. Any Person who will give information of     all or any of the above BOOKS, if withheld after this Public No...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 20 November 1803

        Horse and Cart. A HORSE and CART to be Let to Hire by the Day or Week by DANIEL CUPID, of CHAPEL ROW, Who will undertake to Remove BRICKS from the Kilns to any part of the Town, at the very reduced price of Eight Shillings per Thousand. -------------------------------       Strayed. Stolen, or De- troyed,   A BLACK YEARLING COLT, Gelded, with a little Clipped off his Tail. Any person giving intelligence of the said Colt alive shall receive   FIVE GUINEAS REWARD   And if known to be destroyed by any Euro-   pean, any Person making a Discovery shall be entitled to the above Reward on application to Humphrey Thorne, Parramatta. NOTICE. The WELTHA ANN about to sail for CHINA direct, will take with her the following person, against whom Claims are   to be presented forthwith, viz. Joel Gould   Israel Fisk Joseph B...

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