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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 20 November 1803
DIED &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; On Thursday, Serjt. Jno. Griffiths, of the New South Wales Corps. SYDNEY WHARF.—Yesterday came in &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; four boats from Kissing Point, with a tender &nbsp; &nbsp; supply of vegetables, some very fine new potatoes, &nbsp; sold tolerably cheap, potatoes averaged &nbsp; 12s. 6d. the 100lbs, full grown fowls &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; 3s to 3s. 6d. half grown do. 1s. 6d. to 2s.
To the Printer of the Sydney Gazette. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 20 November 1803
To the Printer of the Sydney Gazette. " SIR, As the breed of Stock in an infant Coun- try is a matter of the greatest consequence, I am much astonished to see in different parts of the Colony that a number of Stallions, which are very unfit for the purpose of pro- pagating the species, either from rupture, size, shape, age, disease, or some other rea- son equally injurious, are suffered to run at large among, and to the great annoyance &nbsp; of the Brood Mares, whereby not only the breed of those useful animals degenerate, but, also these Mares that are to Foal by Horses that would greatly improve our flock, are frequently drove about until they slip their Foals or are otherwise materially injured. As I am hopeful this hint will prove success- ful if given through the medium of your Paper, I shall not urge more reasons, or ex- patriate more largely on a subject which one moment's reflection will point out to every man &nbsp; &nbsp; ...
PRACTICAL REMARKS ON THE Management of a Dairy. (Continued from our last) KIND OF FOOD AND M[?]DE OF [?]DING COWS FOR THE DAIRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 20 November 1803
PRACTICAL REMARKS &nbsp; &nbsp; ON THE Management of a Dairy. (Continued from our last) KIND of FOOD and MODE OF FEEDING &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; COWS FOR THE DAIRY. Grass, such as springs spontaneously on sound meadow land of a good quality, is in general &nbsp; &nbsp; deemed the best food for cows that are kept for the purpose of the dairy. A meadow of this description, it is well known, consists of a great variety of plants, some of which must doubtless be more proper than others for this purpose; but few experiments have been made to to ascertain their respective qualities. On this head I must refer to a Publication &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; entitled 'Essays on Agriculture, &c.' Vol II which treats on the best Food for Dairy Cows. &nbsp; &nbsp; The circumstances to be chiefly adverted to under this head are, that the cows be kept &nbsp; at all ...
Bench of Magistrates. SATURDAY, NOV. 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 20 November 1803
Bench of Magiftrates. SATURDAY, Nov. 12. Wm. Henry, a prisoner taken off the Store by I. Ramfey, was brought before the bench, and stood charged with having de- viated from his duty as a Government ser- vant, in such cases prescribed, he having been in the habit of absenting himself from the Farm of his said master, and employing him- self on his own account, ---Ordered to be returned to Government Labour. &nbsp; J. Harding, charged with having taken a &nbsp; &nbsp; piece of iron from the Government Wharf, &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; marked with the broad arrow, was ordered &nbsp; to work for Government for 12 Months. ---------------------------------------------- &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp;
SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 20 November 1803
&nbsp; SHIP NEWS. On Wednesday arrived the American Brig Wertha Ann, West, from New York, bound to China:- She left New York 17th of July last. By this vessel American Newspapers have been received from the 28th of last June to the 16th of July which contains Extracts from &nbsp; the English Papers from the 15th of May to the 4th of June, by which it appears that HOSTILITIES had commenced between &nbsp; GREAT BRITAIN and the FRENCH REPUBLIC, &nbsp; caused by some Misunderstanding &nbsp; respecting the evacuation of Malta and other secondary causes. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; We have pleasure in stating, that the indispensable Re-commencement of Hostilities on the part of Great Britain appears to be deemed equally just and necessary by the British Empire at large, and that the Nor- &nbsp; thern Powers of Europe have determined to &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &...
SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 20 November 1803
SYDNEY. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; ---------- The Chief Consul, we learn in the first transports of his PATRIOTIC enthusiasm, broke forth into threats of an immediate de- scent on England. Such menace, after the natural demise of the grand FLOATING BRIDGE chimera, cannot excite apprehension in the break of any one on the opposite side of the water, though they may answer the im- mediate purpose of assuring the minds of the GREAT People much better than any actual &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; offer at invasion could possibly do: for pre- sumptuous as Bonaparte's language may be, yet experience must have taught him to con- sider the British Channels a gulph to the co- signs of France, and the British Navy as an impenetrable floating frontier that will re- &nbsp; strain and punish his temerity. Messrs. Kable and Underwood have at length taken in hand the completion of the vessel lying neglected in their Yard. ...
EXAMINATIONS REFORE THE LIEUTENANT-GOVERNOR AND MAGISTRATAS, SATURDAY, NOV. 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 20 November 1803
EXAMINATIONS BEFORE THE &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR AND MAGIS- &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; TRATES, SATURDAY, Nov. 19. A Complaint, exhibited by H. B. Hayes against John Redmond Chief Constable, on Monday last, the investigation of which was postponed owing to the absence of witnesses was now bought forward. The Judge Advocate produced a letter received by His EXCELLENCY from H. B. Hayes accusing the Chief Constable of op- pression, tyranny, and exaction, which he pledged himself to prove before a Magisteri- al Court. &nbsp; The charges were founded on the Chief Constable's having returned to Government Labour Maurice Fitzgerald, his servant who it appeared from the evidence had been fre- quently employed by the Accuser during the period of his assignment. The Court having taken into consideration the whole of the Evidence addneed in sup- port of the Profecution were of opinion, that &...
HIGH WATER AT SYDNEY For the ensuing Week. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 20 November 1803
HIGH WATER AT SYDNEY For the ensuing Week. Monday &nbsp; Tuefday Wednesd. &nbsp; Thursday Friday &nbsp; Saturday &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Sunday---40m past 6 in the morning 40 m. past 1 in the morning 5 m. past 2 in the afternoon past 2 in the morning the morning 30 m past 2 in the morning 55 m. past 2 in the afternoon 20 m. past 3 in the morning 45 m. past 3 in the afternoon 10 m. past 4 in the morning 35 m. past 4 in the evening 5 in the morning &nbsp; &nbsp; 25 m. past 5 in the evening 50 m. past 5 in the morning 15 m past 6 in the evening 40 m past 6 in the morning 5 m. past 7 in the evening
SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 20 November 1803
SHIP NEWS. &nbsp; Yesterday evening arrived His Majesty's armed tender Lady Nelson from Hawkes- bury. Boat --- On Wednesday sailed the James for Hawkesbury, On Tuesday last John Wilkinson and Wm. Pendle were examined before Richard At- kins, Esq. Judge Advocate, on a charge of violently assaulting an infant daughter of Joan Grono; but the most material witnesses being resident at Hawkesbury, where the of- fence was committed, the business was ne- cessarily referred to the Magistrate of that Settlement. Last Sunday a poor woman advanced in pregnancy imprudently set out on foot from Sydney with a design of returning to Parra- matta, but overtaken by the heavy storm in the evening, alarmed at which a distressing circumstance followed. Unassisted and alone and in a heavy shower, her infant came life- less into the world; after which she with a fortitude inspired by necessity, travelled a considerable distance before a house presented itsel...
For the Sydney Gazette. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 20 November 1803
For the Sydney Gazette. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; MR. PRINTER, Feeling it my duty at the present impor- tant crisis to communicate every information in my power that may promise assistance and advantage to the husbandman, on the success &nbsp; of whose labours the prosperity of a coun- try immediately depends, I have selected the following useful passages from &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; "The Complete Farmer," &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; IN WHICH ARE CONTAINED &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; SERVICEABLE INSTRUCTIONS FOR &nbsp; REAPING AND GETTING IN THE &nbsp;...
To the Printer of the Sydney Gazette. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 27 November 1803
To the Printer of the Sydney Gazette. &nbsp; " SIR, " From the prodigious increase of Ants at this season of the year, by which consi- derable injury is sustained by the gardener from their living on the fruit and destroy- ing the young shoots, it may not be amiss to point out a method whereby these little intruders may be effectually prevented from collecting their annual tribute, which though generally perhaps considered trivial, at the same time comprises a tenth of the pro- duce. &nbsp; " To this end I shall point out three modes of preventing their access to fruit-trees, nei- ther of which are attended with extaordi- nary trouble, and all equally efficacious:--- &nbsp; The first of these is by encompassing the stem of each tree with a small roll of wool newly plucked from the sheep's belly, not less than four fingers in breadth; the second is by having saw-dust round the tree; and the third by anointing the butt of the tree with tar, or human ordur...
USEFUL INSTRUCTIONS In the Choice of SEED. FROM "The Complete Farmer," [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 27 November 1803
USEFUL INSTRUCTIONS &nbsp; In the Choice of SEED FROM &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; " The Complete Farmer," "The choice of seed intended to be sowed is an object of greater importance than many Farmers seem to imagine. It is not sufficient that the finest Grain be chosen for this pur- pose unless they are likewise very clean." "It is natural to suppose that the grains of stinted and fickly Corn necessarily partake of the weakly disposition of the Plant which produced them, and that their productions &nbsp; &nbsp; cannot be so fine as those which grow from the seeds of strong and healthy plants. For this reason Mr. Tull advises to take the seed corn from a richer soil than that in which it is to be sowed, and rather from ground in perfect tilth than from land which has been &nbsp; less carefully cultivated. This seems to be very right (though the contrary opinion is almost generally received. because more may reas...
SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 27 November 1803
SHIP NEWS. &nbsp; On Thursday arrived the Patterson, Capt. Ahern, from Providence, bound to China, and the Ocean, Capt. Mertho. from England, but last from Port Philip in Bass Straits, whither she conveyed a cargo of stores and provisions for the Establishment of an intended Settle- ment under the Command of His Honor Lieut Governor DAVID COLLINS, who had arrived &nbsp; &nbsp; in His Majesty's ship Calcutta, Capt. D. WOODRIFFE having on board a Military Establishment, with 2 free Settlers, 209 Male Convicts, 15 Women and children: 8 Convicts died on the passage. The Calcutta and Ocean sailed from Eng- &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; land the 24th of last April, touched at Teneriffe, Rio Janeiro, and the Cape of Good Hope: The Ocean arrived at Port Phillip the &nbsp; 7th, and the Calcutta the 8th. ult. The Lieut. Governor having communica- &nbsp; ted to His EXCELLENCY the same unfavorable circumstances respectin...
AMERICAN PAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 27 November 1803
AMERICAN PAPERS. The American Newspapers brought by The Waltha Ann contain a full detail of the communication that passed between Great Britain and the French Republic relative to &nbsp; the points in dispute, prior to the recal of the British Ambassador: Besides which they are but little interesting, further than relates to the Capture of the Island of St. Lucia, an- nounced in our last Week's Paper; and, ex- clusive of some other inconsiderable successes by sea, those that are mentioned in the fol- wing &nbsp; &nbsp; EXTRACTS. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; " A Letter from Bridge-Town, Barbadoes &nbsp; dated June 11, mentions the Capture of the &nbsp; French Transport L'Adelaide, 29 days from Recheile, bound to Martinique with troops by His Majesty's ship Cyane, commanded by Capt. MAXWELL. In this vessel a Lieute- nant Colonel, and Adjutant ...
PARRAMATTA. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 27 November 1803
PARRAMATTA. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; A Disease, we are sorry to hear at pre- sent prevails among the working Bullocks at this Settlement ; and on Wednesday morn- ing a symptom was observed in one of the Pasture Cattle that seemed to indicate an attack from the same malady, which affects the creature first in the tongue and in &nbsp; the interstice of the hoof. Whence it orig- nates is not thoroughly ascertained: but at every means will be speedily adopted to check its progress, we trust it will not be of long continuance. On Wednesday last a large out-house be- longing to J. HARRIS Esq. on his Farm in this vicinity took fire, and was in a short time reduced to ashes, with every thing it con- tained. One of the purposes for which it was used was that of a depository for Build- ing Materials, the chief of which were, a &nbsp; great number of shingles and a quantity of sawed plank and timber, a very inconside- rable part of w...
BURGLARIOUS ATTEMPT. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 27 November 1803
BURGLARIOUS ATTEMPT. On Wednesday night an attempt was made &nbsp; to break into the dwelling-house of Mr. H. Kable, who was then at Hawkesbury ; but from the noise at the window, the family was alarmed, and the villains compelled to &nbsp; abandon their project. One of the windows &nbsp; &nbsp; was broke close to the place at which it was secured, and time appeared all that was want- ing to accomplish the premeditated design. Though this attempt may have failed in its &nbsp; execution, yet it may serve as a caution to persons in general against a negligent method of providing for their nocturnal security, and precluding themselves from the possibility of an unwelcome visit.
DECLARATION Of WAR CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 27 November 1803
&nbsp; DECLARATION of WAR CONTINUED. presented to the French Government the necessity of withdrawing them ; and it cannot be denied that the circumstances under which they were sent and the instructions which were given to them ought to be considered as decisive in- dications of the disposition and intentions of the Government by whom they were employed. The conduct of the French Government, &nbsp; with respect to the commercial intercourse between the two countries, must therefore be considered as ill suited to a state of peace, and their proceedings in their more general poli- tical relations, as well as in those which imme- diately concern His Majesty's dominions, ap- pear to have been altogether inconsistent with every principle of good faith, moderation, and justice. His Majesty had entertained hopes, in consequence of the repeated assurances and professions of the French Government, that they might have been induced to adopt a sys- tem of policy whi...
HIGH WATER AT SYDNEY [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 27 November 1803
HIGH WATER AT SYDNEY Monday-5m. past 7 in the morning 30 m. past 7 in the evening Tuesday---55 m. past 7 in the morning 20 m. past 8 at night Wednesd - - 45 m past 8 in the morning 10 m. past 9 at night Thursday-- 35 m. past 9 in the morning 10 at night &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Friday-25 m past 10 in the forenoon 50 m past 10 at night Saturday-15 m past 11 in the forenoon, 40 m. past 11 at night Sunday--- 5 m. past 12 at noon HIGH WATER AT PARRAMATTA &nbsp; 2 hours 15 Minutes after Sydney. &nbsp; &nbsp; PRINTED AT SYDNEY, AND ADVERTISE- &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; MENTS RECEIVED BY G. HOWE &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &...
SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 27 November 1803
SYDNEY. The fishermen who employ nets have lately complained of a conduct no less pre- judicial to themselves than injurious to the inhabitants at large, as their labours must at all times be acknowledged beneficial to the community. Some of the shores at and about the Harbour's mouth, which from the smoothness of their bed were resorted to as being adapted to the use of the sein, have been villanously spoiled by the means of fragments of the oyster rock being so art- fully scattered as to entangle their nets, rent the filaments, and consequently so enlarge the interstices as to rescue from captivity the most ponderous of the scaly tribe. To whose very philanthropic ingenuity they are in- &nbsp; debted for their vexatious disappointments &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; is not at present ascertained, but sus- picion falls upon a member of their own &nbsp; &nbsp; profession whose circumstances confining him &...