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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 2 September 1804
&nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; SHIP NEWS &nbsp; The Resourse, Raven, and Nancy sailed for King's Town on Tuesday:— Many of the prisoners brought up from the Derwent &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; were put on board, and several others, amounting to 21 in number. On Tuesday sailed the American ship &nbsp; &nbsp; Union, and schooner Independence, for &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; China. &nbsp; &nbsp; On Friday sailed the American schooner Pilgrim, to re-join the ship Perseverance in &nbsp; Bass’s straits ; they may probably visit Port &nbsp; Jackson in company. &nbsp;
Observations on the Smut in Wheat. FROM THE COMPLETE FARMER. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 2 September 1804
Qbfirvatims on th lSmutA.T.pF'h&ä£,, F R O M ' T H E" CO M PL S TE F A S. M E'îl... 6S Having frequently obferved among ti wheat, while green (chough i\ci up n.rj fpinlb)^, feveral black, biughial ears, í e - mined the-n, and found t'^cfe wiro eais L* which, hy fame acuiem, the intension of nature wa j presented-Ï ftippofe byb^.g detained too long in. the hjfe, and by ti j, natural humidity of* the pian., a formen ^.: tion wa5? promoted in it"? tar, da/hoyug Ae fmull vofhls through wlnch'the co«",s. ik.j io receive nounih.ne.it : by \r«u¿íh cr*?., j '.hs'r coitents beca ne bli-*7»., dry, a-ia'duiip. Thcfcea-s growing up *v.th the othor?, im- bibe mo iii ure fa-^iCfciSnt to c;:ure the duJy vrtiolss in the g.a^m in then io expnnJ, \ buril" the fins (km that co;ta.mi then :-* being thu&lt;? fee at liberty, the ¿Se, if il îyx cn to be a dry i:\Ln, d ics* then. agaj:»i by .vhizh in^.n^ th'y hearne light enough t* (lout the-reln, v/he 1 iepi'a'ed nora the £Túi that h¿\I ch...
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 2 September 1804
i? For Sale at E. WILLS's, near the &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Hospital Wharf, SUGAR 7 1/2d. per lb. by the Bag or 10d. in small quantities. &nbsp; Fine Hyson Tea 10s.[?] per lb. &nbsp; &nbsp; Good Green ditto 6s «nd Souchong 4s per lb. &nbsp; Coffee 2s per ditto, Windsor soap 1s per cake &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; bmgal ditto is psr ditto, Engliih ¿ruo is 6d fffT ditto ei3c petre, flared, blu», £ n«op"r, B-rzi] tobacco Mould candles «5c oil, Excellent f.ilt I ittttcr&C5e«fe K1 n and Womans w&lt;vriflj> arparcl Îv1~ns Long cloth J«i;*ce s, Mens hitr fin«? & cosrf* Silk Han^kercKie ëft .rr¡ y 6 i to ys-pa. Poetad« Chfcqu s anc Gin^k.m 23 per y yd j Wine g1 iT:s 9s p«T doz»n, effmc^cf fpruce / M-n aid Women« hlatk leather fli-jes Impies cloured laaiher ditto, Ladies SilkH-fe Mer, Ben s* ar.d childrens leather ca.j,s ! Iîîine Gu»rah ...
EXAMINATIONS BEFORE THE MAGISTRATES. SATURDAY, AUGUST 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 2 September 1804
EXAMINATIONS &nbsp; BEFORE THE MAGISTRATES. SATURDAY, AUGUST 25. Edward Clarke and Caroline Laylock were &nbsp; brought forward on suspicion of being con- cerned in stealing wearing apparel, and other articles out of the house of M. Go- theaums near the upper end of Pitt's Row. The prisoners mutually accused each other of either assisting in or being acquainted with the particulars of the felony ; but un- dertook to vouch with a safe conscience, for &nbsp; their own personal integrity. The male &nbsp; &nbsp; suspected delinquent felt somewhat less em- &nbsp; barrassed than he otherwise would, from a consciousness that character would have its due weight in a doubtful case. Unluckily, however, some trifling articles stolen out of the house had been seen in his possession ; others he had liberally presented to an ac- quaintance ; this required explanation, which went no further than to acknowledge him- self a Receiver from his unfortunat...
To the Printer of the Sydney Gazette. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 2 September 1804
To the printer of the Sydney Gazette I beg leave thro' the cannel of your apper to recommend that persons who de- sign sending parcels to or from Sydney and Parramatta by the passage boats, do either use the precaution of having them regular- ly booked, or else affix labels, whereby they &nbsp; may be delivered to none but he persons for whom they are actually intended. This would at once prevent the possiblity of dis- pute on the delivery, for it may sometimes happen that several articles of the same kind but widely differing in value, are to be conveyed to different individuals; and as &nbsp; few would be disposed to lay claim to the inferior commodity, so the first application must be the fairest chance. A few days ago a dispute of this kind was occasioned by a couple of turkeys; the first claimant march- &nbsp; ed away with a fine large cock, which he as conscious was designed for him; and &nbsp; shortly after application was made for the remainin...
POSTSCRIPT. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 2 September 1804
POSTSCRIPT &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Last night arrived His Majesty's Colonial cutter Integrity, from Norfolk Island in 14 days, the last eight of which she experienced very severe weather, and strong contrary winds: the schooner Endeavour had sailed &nbsp; &nbsp; a week before the Integrity, and the Britannia, Captain Questerd lay off when the latter &nbsp; left it, having arrived on the 11th of August. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Several sheep and lambs were destroyed &nbsp; &nbsp; durin...
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 2 September 1804
General Orders. &nbsp; THE Services of Mr. JACOB MOUNTGARRETT, appointed Surgeon of Settlement &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; at Risdon Cove, being no longer &nbsp; &nbsp; necessary, Lieutenant Governor COLLINS &nbsp; &nbsp; having brought a full Medical Staff from England, Mr. MOUNTGARRETT is appoin- ted Surgeon to the intended Settlement at Port Dalrymple, and to act as Magistrate &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; By Command of His Excellency, G. BLAXCELL, Acting Sec. Government House, Sydney. August 31, 1804. &nbsp; NOTICE. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; THE Inhabitants of Sydney are desired to send Assistance to the Superintendant who has the direction of the repairs want- ing to the Public Roads leading towards Parramatta as specified in a former Order, &nbsp; the Government Town Gangs being now &nbsp; &nbsp; at wor...
NATIVES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 2 September 1804
NATIVES. The Natives have during the last week &nbsp; been very troublesome about Lane Cove. On Tuesday and Wednesday a party visited the farm of Mr.Wilshire, where they bound &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; the labouring servants, and seemed disposed &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; to remain until expelled by famine. The &nbsp; poor men's store allowance they unbound one, and obliged him to cook; potatoes, &nbsp; vegetables, and such articles of poultry as &nbsp; had accidentally fallen in their way assisted &nbsp; in the fête, and the first day they devoted to mirth and jocularity. Accounts, however, reached town the next morning; and Mr. &nbsp; Wilshire immediately prepared to render- &nbsp; assistance to his servants. Accompanied by several persons armed with firelocks, he &nbsp; arrived at the farm in the afternoon, and was welcomed with shouts of defiance from the barbarous ranks, who...
SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 2 September 1804
&nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; SYDNEY. On Thursday His Excellency and Family set out from Parramatta on an excursion to Hawkesbury, accompanied by HIS &nbsp; HONOR the LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR and Mrs. PATERSON, Captain and Mrs. KENT, and others. His Excellency proposed returning to Parramatta yesterday: and is &nbsp; expected in town early in the present week. Several losses of sheep have been recently sustained in the neighbourhood of town, &nbsp; and various attempts have been frustrated by the vigilance and activity of persons in &nbsp; charge. Unhappily in this as in too frequent instances the thoughtless miscreants &nbsp; incline to adhere, to their system of depreda- &nbsp; tion, until the thunderbolt of justice shall &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; fall dreadfully upon their guilt. In fact, information has been secretly conveyed to a respectable farm resident whose...
POSTSCRIPT, [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 9 September 1804
P O S T S C R I P T, Yesterday at one o'clock His Excel- lency set out for Parramatta. The rains that fell this morning were much wanting to the crops, and the field and garden will, we hope, equally benefit from the seasonable falls. Evil Habits.-When an evil habit is once contracted, it every day acquires addi- tional strength, and must in process of time be difficult, if at all p0ssible to be subdued. &nbsp; Hence it is that excellence in Reading our native language is very rarely attained, tho' few will deny that Good reading is as orna- mental as it is a necessary accomplishment. As natural deformity is indebted to nature alone for its existence, so must defect in this &nbsp; essential branch of education be in some de- gree imputable to the first instructor, upon &nbsp; whose basis science is to build. The method of teaching the art of reading in practice at most schools, is in itself errone- ous, and consequently can promise little in a progress to per...
SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 9 September 1804
SHIP NEWS. &nbsp; On Sunday arrived the schooner Endea- vour belonging to Messrs Kable and Under- wood from Norfolk Island, a few hours after the Integrity came into the Cove. We last week mentioned her departure from the Island a week before the latter vessel, which delay was owing to her being blown off her course to the eastward. Mr Hig- gins the Master, informs us, that he lost a Seaman on his passage, two having fallen overboard together about ten at night, only one of whom could be saved ; and on his return, about 100 miles to the westward of &nbsp; Norfolk Island, saw the naked body of a man floating, the weather very tempestuous at the time. On Tuesday morning came in from New- castle, His Majesty's Colonial Vessel Francis, Mr. Edwards Master, from Hunter's River, &nbsp; with Ensign CRESSY of the New South Wales Corps, and Mr. THROSBY Assistant Surgeon. The above vessel with the Edwin and Raven in company, made King's Town &nbsp; in 36 h...
SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 9 September 1804
SYDNEY. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; On Tuesday HIS EXCELLENCY arrived &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; in town from Parramatta ; and the day after proceeded to the Windmill Hill, attended by Major JOHNSTON, COMMANDING OFFI- CER of the New South Wales Corps, the CHIEF ENGINEER, and other OFFICERS, to lay the Foundation Stone of the hexagon Fort, to which His Excellency, on per- forming the ceremony, gave the name of' FORT PHILLIP, in honor of ARTHUR PHILLIP, Esq. Rear Admiral of the Blue, who first Settled this Colony. The in- scriptive stone was deposited in the flank commanding the town and Surrey Hills; &nbsp; the fort will be encompassed with a large ditch and glacis which are nearly compleat- ed; and, from its elevated situation, com- &...
Remainder of Ship News. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 9 September 1804
Remainder of Ship News. On Sunday arrived from the Settlement at Sullivan Cove, on the River Derwent, the Lady Barlow, Captain McASKILL, in ten days. The Raven, Raby, came in from King's Town, Newcastle, on Monday last, with 5 ton of Coals and 2,000 feet of fine Cedar, shipped on board the Experiment. On Friday she received on board several women of bad character, for the above settle- ment, whither she sailed the same evening ; she also took in three asses ; and two working bullocks go in the Francis this day or to- morrow. &nbsp; &nbsp;
NORFOLK ISLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 9 September 1804
NORFOLK ISLAND. The drought at Norfolk Island continued without intermission for eight months &nbsp; previous to the sowing of the last crop of maize in March last, since which period &nbsp; there have been frequent seasonable rains, and the crops of wheat as well as maize are of a very fine and promising appearance, the latter now fit for gathering. During the droughts provisions became extremely scarce and dear: bread sold at 6d. &nbsp; per lb. and owing to the want of support, prodigious numbers of swine fell off. The settlers' supplies to the Store ceased, and &nbsp; recourse was lately necessarily had to the abundance of Government sheep, for the supply of persons at Public Labour, a reserve of Salt Provisions still remaining in case of &nbsp; extreme necessity. The drought no sooner &nbsp; ceased, however, than languid nature &nbsp; recovered her wonted vigour, the fever'd soil resumed its usual luxuriance and the parch...
HAWKESBURY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 9 September 1804
HAWKESBURY &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; On Friday the 31st ultimo, an examina- tion was held before His Honor the Lieu- tenant Governor, the Reverend Mr. Marsden and John Savage, Esq. when an accu- &nbsp; sation was exhibited by M. Mason, settler, against Dennis McCarthy, of the above dis- trict, of employing his labouring servants, contrary to His Excellency's General Orders on that behalf, and to the extreme prejudice of the complainant, who contend- &nbsp; ed that he had sustained damage, in as much as that his servants had neglected to per- form such task as is required and directed by the established Regulations. A number of Settlers were called upon, who agreed universally that the presciibed task was in all respects reasonable, and ea- sily to be accomplished. It was also stated by an eminent cultivator, in answer to a question from the Bench,--Do you conc...
Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser — 9 September 1804
COMMISSARY'S OFFICE* J S eft. 8 j 1804. I r LL PZ7££ IC CLAIMS eve tj he reade I ?*. ¿o/?:é? ci ile lio f h tuon ef the prejini S^jiarter, cK.l'nj the %oih of Scft'Muer ih J.^tii, in cr da io their keino adjufted end ájihargsd, a* öfter that date no Fubilt De~&lt; mond lilli be aiienoba to Vjúí he s a él¿ f 1 encc to a)>y Pía He l(.\&lt;&lt; ree incurred frur J to ile 3t¿¿ of ü>t¡nc7ii!>cr afvrcjuid* j An I it is hare1 y ß-) icily required, that alf fvtnre C1 tims on GovcrmnerA be. duly f re jet ted to me c*l the End of ihr ^uait^r iv ¡ Xüüich thí Drbts are coki re ¿fed ; etherwije all ¡vih Ciir.is will heccvie &lt;uí¡d, ana can-' not iijterrjnrds be ot tended'io, es ile Al ctfuuts muß be ckj¿ d Quarte fly. I By Corunfind of Hi$xErceIlency9 . j J« FAL ft ILE» CùîKhijfcry. ' TO THE &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; BAKERS RESIDING AT SYDNEY, &nbsp; &nbsp; WANTED about 10,000 Pounds of &nbsp; &nbsp; &a...