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STATE of the BAROMETER and THERMOMETER, taken in the shade at GOVERNMENT HOUSE, SYDNEY, during the last Fortnight, commencing Sunday the 15[?] Instant, with the prevailing WINDS and WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 29 April 1804

STATE of the BAROMETER               and THERMOMETER,                   taken in the Shade at               GOVERNMENT HOUSE, SYDNEY,   during the last Fortnight, commencing Sunday       the 15th Instant, with the prevailing WINDS and WEATHER. DAY Sun M Tu W Th F Sat Sun     M Tu     W Th   F Sat BAROMETER. 8 in morn. in—100p 29 79 30 9 30 7 30 3 30 8 30 7 30 ?0 30 5 29 94 29 99 30 17 30 32 30 42 30 37 12 noon in—100p 29 84 30 11 30 3 30 4 30 7 30 9 30 12 30 5 29 99 29 99 30 21 30 32 3? 42 30 36 4 in afternoon in—100p 29 89 30 11 29 97 30 4 30 3 30 9 30 ?5 30 1 29 83 29 29  30 21 30 32 3...

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 — 29 April 1804

Lost,   A PROMISSORY NOTE, drawn by Mr. Laycock, payable to Bearer, for the Sum of L. 107       Dated Nov. 24, 1803; No. 17.        Any person who may have found the same is required to restore it to the owner, J.     Squires of Kissing Point, by whom an ade-     quate Reward will be paid.     N. B. Payment being stopped, the Public are Cautioned against negotiating it. NOTICE. ALL Persons having any CLAIMS against Mr. JONES, late of the ship Bexley, are requested to present the same to Captain WILSON of the Mersey, on or before Wed- nesday next, that he may endeavour to adopt means for their being discharged. Sydney, April 28.  

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 29 April 1804

Secretary's Office, April 28, 1804.   ALL those having any CLAIM or DE MAND on the following Persons are de- sired to present them immediately to me at this Office.   William Nath Benj. Holloway James Brown Richard White Charles Freeman Fred. Jacobs Henry Evans Pat Bryan. D, D. MANN, Clerk.   NOTICE. Sydney, April 28th, 1804   THE TRUSTEES appointed for the Ma- nagement of Mr WILLIAM COX's af-     fairs request, that those who are indebted to his Estate, either previous to his Failure, and whose Notes at Hand were afterwards assigned to the Trustees for the Benefit of the Creditors, or for Purchases at the sale of his Effects, and whose Notes have been some   time due, will discharge the same on or be- fore the 14th March next; otherwise the         Trustees, to exonerate themselves, will be un- der the disagreeable necessity of enforcing pay...

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HIGH WATER at SYDNEY for the [?]g Week. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 29 April 1804

HIGH WATER at SYDNEY     for the ensuing Week.         Monday... 1 in the morning   25 m past 1 in the afternoon     Tuesday... 5 m past 1 in the morning   15 m past 2 in the afternoon   Wednes.... 40 m past 2 in the morning 5 m past 3 in the afternoon Thursd.... 30 m past 3 in the morning 55 m past 3 in the afternoon Friday... 20 m past 4 in the morning 45 m past 4 in the afternoon         Saturday...5 m past 5 in the morning   25 m past 5 in the afternoon Sunday... 45 m past 5 in the morning 10 m past 6 in the evening     High Water at Parramatta 1 hour 15 minuts after Sydney   PRINTED AT SYDNEY, AND ADVERTISE-       MENTS RECEIVED BY G.HOWE.             &am...

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General Orders. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 29 April 1804

General Orders.           Notwithstanding the Pains the Magistrates have taken to prevent the Impo-   sitions of the BAKERS upon the Public, they   still continue to exact more than the stated   Price, in defiance of all their Regulations;--       The Magistrates therefore, have entered into   the following       RESOLUTIONS:         " That all Public Bakers should sell their Bread at the following Prices, viz. Two   Pounds and a Half of Wheat, or Four-pence in Money for each Loaf, weighing Two Pounds One Ounce when hot, and Two   Pounds when one day old. " Should any Baker be convicted before     the Bench of selling Bread ín Violation of   the Ordnance of the 8th, 14th and 1...

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PORT NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 29 April 1804

PORT NEWS. This morning sailed His Majesty's armed tender Lady Nelson, and the Francis Colo- nial schooner for Norfolk Island, with some   Stores, Flour, and a quantity of Salt, Staves,   and Hoops, for the purpose of curing and   packing Pork. The Passengers by those Ves- sels are, Lieutenants DAVIES and LAYCOCK of the New South Wales Corps, two Free   Settlers, and eleven Prisoners.   The Surprise, Messrs Kable and  Under- wood, sailed on Tuesday last for the South- ward.     BOATS. - Arrived on Monday from the   Hawkesbury, the Speedy, Morley, and the Speedwell; on Tuesday the Hawkesbury,     Thompson, and the Improvement.       Sailed on Thursday, the Bee and Trimmer for Hawkesbury; the Speedwell for         Parramatta; and on Saturday the Speedy   for Hawkesbury.             The Wife of...

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To the Printer of the Sydney Gazette. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 29 April 1804

    To the Printer of the Sydney   Gazette.   SIR, The ravages of swine have long been de- clared and admitted a just cause of complaint     to such of the inhabitants as delight in ve-   getable culture, but in many instances I beg leave to suggest the possibility of preventing     the licentious yoke bearer from indulging his   swinish propensity to devastation. It is ob- servable that the generality of persons who turn those animals out to prey upon the pro- perty of others, are either totally careless of   their gardens, or bestow becoming caution in rendering them inaccessible to their TUS- CULAR domestics, regardless at the same time of the effect of their voracity in their   diurnal peregrination; in the course of which     they covet with avidity every green thing   presented to the ...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 29 April 1804

  SYDNEY.   On Saturday the 21st instant William Col-     lins was commited from Hawkesbury to the Gaol at Sydney, on a violent suspicion of     having feloniously entered the dwelling house of J. WILLIAMSON, Esq. at Hawkesbury,     and stolen thereout sundry articles. A private letter from Newcastle says, 'this has certainly the appearance of a very desirable spot for the establishment of a Settlement; the   distance from Hawkesbury by land is computed at only 50 miles. The strata of coal is im- mense ; quantities of fish are easy to be pro- cured, and up the River there is abundance of Wild Fowl of various descriptions. On Tuesday last pursuant to advertisement   the Bakers of and in the Township of Syd-     ney assembled, when a List of names and     places of abode was made out, and they were respectively ordered to re-assemble at the nex...

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CHARACTER OF AN ITINERANT DEALER. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 29 April 1804

          CHARACTER OF         A N ITINERANT DEALER.   The Public should be put upon their guard   against the artifices of a travelling dealer, this being his only visible profession, whose petty   exploits have hitherto been, treated only with   contempt.     Some traits in his character however have lately made their appearance, which may be looked upon as ominous of his rapid rise in life, by means secret and unaccountable. As a higgler he made his debut upon society, and by insinuation and putting the WORST foot foremost when occasion suited, found means, upon the score of compassion, to creep almost imperceptibly into the books of his customers, and having reached to a certain latitude, never more polluted the hospitable   threshold with his footstep, nor in the day time passed the dwe...

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CONTINUATION FROM THE BEE. THOUGHTS ON THE VARIETIES DIFFERENT DOMESTIC ANIMALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 29 April 1804

CONTINUATION FROM THE BEE. THOUGHTS ON THE VARIETIES OF DIFFERENT DOMESTIC ANIMALS.   The only Rule generally adopted by Na- turalists to mark the distinction between a     Species and a Variety has been, that though   different species of Animals of the same genus   may be brought to breed together, yet the     animal thus produced is not prolific; where-     as the progeny arising from an intermixture of different varieties of the same species, are       themselves equally prolific as the parents from which they sprung. Adhering to this rule Dr Pallas very properly calls all the kinds of       sheep yet known only varieties of the same     species of animal, because he has found that   the mixed progeny of the whole are proli- fic. Naturalists, howeve...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 29 April 1804

      SHIP NEWS. On Friday evening arrived from Newcastle, from whence she sailed on Monday, His Ma-   jesty's Colonial cutter Resource, freighted in   coals and cedar, with very agreeable accounts of that Settlement. -- She experienced strong contrary winds and much bad weather, by which her arrival was so unusually pro- protracted. We are at the same time extremely concerned to state the Loss of the James, belonging     to Mr. Thomas Raby, on Wednesday evening   last near Broken Bay, the crew, five in number, all saved. She sailed from Newcastle on   Monday morning very leaky, and     shortly after her departure encountered a gale   of wind, during which the water gained fast upon her; and the contrary wind continuing,     baffled every exertion, and kept the pumps         constantly at work. On Wednes...

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HIGH WATER AT PARRAMATTA [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 6 May 1804

    HIGH WATER AT PARRAMATTA                             1 hour 15 minutes after Sydney.   PRINTED AT SYDNEY, AND ADVERTISE-                                       MENT'S RECEIVED BY G. HOWE.    

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 6 May 1804

NOTICE. Sydney, April 28th, 1804. THE TRUSTEES appointed for the Ma- nagement of Mr, WILLIAM COX's Af-   fairs request that those who are indebted to his Estate, either previous to his Failure,   and whole Notes of Hand were afterwards assigned to the Trustees for the benefit of the Creditors, or for Purchasers at the Sale of his   Effects, and whole Notes have been from   time due, will discharge the same on or before the 14th of MAY (and nor March next   as erroneously inferred in last week's Gazette)       Otherwise the Trustees, to exonerate them- selves, will be under the disagreeable necessity of enforcing payment. (signed) By order of the Trustees, ROB CAMPBELL, Treasurer. TO BE DISPOSED OF BY PRIVATE CONTRACT, A roomy and commodious DWELLING- HOUSE, with an excellent Garden, and   all other Appurrenances thereunto belonging capitally and desirably situate on t...

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STATE of the BAROMETER and THERMOMETER, taken in the Shade at GOVERNMENT HOUSE, SYDNEY, during the last We[?]k, with the prevailing WINDS and WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 6 May 1804

                                                STATE of the BAROMETER and THERMOMETER, taken in the Shade at   GOVERNMENT HOUSE, SYDNEY, during the last Week,   with the prevailing WINDS and WEATHER.               DAY       Sun.           M. Tu. W. Th. F. Sat.   BAROMETER 8 in the morning Day, in, 100p Sun. 30, 32 M. 30, 28 Tu. 30, 9 W. 29, 94 Th. 30, 12 F. 30, 4 Sat. 29, 79   BAROMETER 12 at noon Day, in, 100p Sun. 20, 34 M. 30, 24 Tu. 30, 4 W. 29, 94 Th. 30...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 6 May 1804

To be Sold by Auction,   By Mr. LORD, At his Ware-Room at Sydney, on Monday     the 13th of this Instant, May. (If not pre-   viously disposed of by Private Contract )       A most desirable FARM, consisting of 190 Acres in two Grants, situate at GEORGE's RIVER, where it has the peculiar advantages   of a fresh water River in front, and large     Ponds of water in the back ground ; 20 Acres have been felled, five stacked ready to burn         off, and one Acre broke up ready for Wheat.   Further Particulars may be had on ap- plication to Mr. Lord. Sydney, May 4.     NOTICE. THE several Persons whose Names   hereunder inserted having appointed and   left MICHAEL ROBINSON their AGENT in this Territory, by Letters of Attorney daly executed for...

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HIGH WATER at SYDNEY For t[?]e ensuing Week. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 6 May 1804

HIGH WATER at SYDNEY       For the ensuing Week.         Monday - 35 m past 6 in the morning   7 in the evening   Tuesday- - - 25 m past 7 in the morning 50 m past 7 in the evening Wednesd---15 m past 8 in the morning   40 m past 8 at night Thursda---5 m past 9 in the morning 30 m past 9 at night Friday------55 m past 9 in the morning   30 m past 10 at night   Saturday--- 55 m past 10 in the morning 20 m past 11 at night   Sunday - 45 m past 11 in the forenoon

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 6 May 1804

Secretary's Office, May 5th, 1804. WHEREAS the following Persons only ap-         pear to have paid the QUIT-RENTS   due to the CROWN up to September, 1802, for the respective Grants and Leases they are possessed of, and some of them for the last   Year ; it is expected that those Persons whose Names are not in the following List do im-   mediately come forward and settle the same,                 or I must proceed as the Law directs for the   recovery thereof, to exonerate myself to the     Committee of the Institution those Sums are appropriated to :   Lt Colonel Paterson ¦ Serjt. Whittel   John Palmer, Esq. ¦ James Wood   Rich. Atkins, Esq. ¦ Mary Bray   Major Johnstone ¦ Rich. Hawkes     Thomas Rowley, Esq. ¦ William Floyd     Mr. Laycock ¦ James Hortel   M. Minchin ¦ Michael Dunn Mr. Moore ¦ James L...

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General Orders. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 6 May 1804

General Orders. The GOVERNOR being informed that the     Coal Mines at Newcastle have been dug       by individuals in the most shameful manner,    without leaving Props, which has occasioned     much labour to remedy, the Mischief caused   by those neglects; and from the necessity   of fixing such restrictions as the local state of those Settlements require, the Comman-        dant of Newcastle is directed not to allow     Coals to be worked by Individuals, as the prisoners will be employed at that labour under the direction of Professional Miners, and in getting Cedar from the upper parts     of the River to Newcastle, ready to embark   for Government Purposes, as well as to sup-   ply individuals (having the GOVERNOR'S   Permission) with Cedar, at Three Half-pence &nb...

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PRESERVATION OF WHEAT. &c. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 6 May 1804

PRESERVATION OF WHEAT. &c. The simplicity of the following Experi- ment for preserving Grain from the ravages       of weevils and other destructive insects, ex- tracted from a Report of M. Gouan, appears highly worthy of Attention. "No person is ignorant how much Grain,   Roots, and the most valuable productions of Natural History are damaged by the intru- sion of ínsects ; and particularly Wheat and   other husked Grains, of which destroying to-   tally the internal and substantial part, the   greatest rnischiefs have frequently ensued. "There are considerations of the highest   magnitude and importance to large nurseries   and magazines; but most especially on ship- board, which requiring a stock proportion-        ed to the length of the voyage but some- times delayed by providence or unforeseen events, must the more ...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 6 May 1804

SYDNEY.       On Tuesday last was apprehended, when, attempting to escape from the Colony, Joseph Glover Maude, one of the Deserters from His Majiesty's Ship Calcutta, some time since ad- vertised. Same day a Party of Men were dispatched by the Owner, Mr, Thomas Raby, to the   Wreck of the James, to endeavour to save such of the Vessel's Stores, Cedar, or other property as may be recoverable. The practice of borrowing Boats without leave is frequently attended with much trou- ble, expence, and loss of time to the owners, who therefore with much justice complain of it as a grievance that requires to be reme- died. The impropriety of any one individual     anogating to himself the power of casting and frequently cutting away from her moor- ings the property of another, so strongly fa- vours of dishonesty as scarcely to be separated from it; and it frequently happens, that pre- vented by fear, or perhaps by s...

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