Report on Female Factory

Evidence Type: Newspaper Report
9 June 1835

JAMES WATSFORD in returning thanks to his Friends and the Public generally for their kind support, since he recommenced as a Coach Proprietor, trusts that the circumstance of his being unconnected with any of the Opposition Coaches, together with his generally admitted care in driving, will merit him a liberal share of future patronage.

At the same time, he begs to acquaint the Public, that his New and Light Post Coach, the HERO, leaves Parramatta every morning (Sundays excepted), at 8 o’Clock, arriving in Sydney, at 10, and circumstances having rendered it necessary to change his House of Call in Sydney, his coach will, in future start upon return from the Welch Harp, corner of King and George-streets, at 1/4 before 4 in the afternoon, calling at the ROBIN HOOD, the FARRIERS ARMS, LONDON TAVERN, TALBOT, and GOLDEN FLEECE INNS, where Parcels and Passengers will be taken up.

J. W. will receive and convey to Sydney at 2s. 6d. each, Female Assigned Servants from the Factory at Parramatta; — Assignees will be pleased to provide him with a witness order to receive them, left at either of the above Inns.

See Original: “Advertising,” The Australian (Sydney, NSW: 1824 – 1848), Tuesday 9 June 1835, p.1.