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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 14 March 1846

Thè National -Hibernian Festival. ST. PATRICK'S DINNER will tako placo on tho 17th inataut, (ST. PATRICK'S DAY,) in the Odd Fellow's Hall,Saracen's Head, King street. . . ?? ? The Right Worshipful the Mayor Has kindly consented to presido on tho occasion, ?when it is expected that all friends of IRELAND ?will attend. ? The dinner will he under the superintendence of Mr. Thomas;Murphy, of the Adelphi Hotel, York street. Tickets-12s. Gd. each, to bc bad at the Adelphi Hotel. Mr. It. Cullen's Union Inn, Rcnt-strcot Mr. R. Hayes's, Mayor Inn, Pitt-street. Mr. J, P. Cohen, Saracen's Head, King-street. Mr. Curtayne's, Limerick Arms, Gloucester-Btrcct. Mr. Dillon's, Yorkshire Stingo, corner of Castlereagh oud Qouibum-strects. A Band of Musio will be tn attendance. >P. S.-As the number of Tickets will bo limited, carly application will be necessary. St. Patrick's Ball. MB. WILLIAM KING will hold a Ball in com- memoration of the Patron Saint of Ireland, ot A. Gray's Hotel, Bathurst street...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Bar and the Press of England, [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 14 March 1846

Tile Bar and trie Press of England, WAU ¡S declared in England between the bar and the press. It is already six months since hostilities between them have broken out, and the quarrel, which appeared for a moment appeased, seems to have revived itself. In the month of February, 1845, the barristers attending the Oxford assizes, wishing to revenge themselves for a report more or less correct, that had been pub- lished by the Times, came lo the decision that a member of the bar who corresponded with newspapers, infringed upon the privi vileges of their production, and that he should be excluded from the mess table. More recently the barristers belonging to the western circuit came to a similar deci- sion, alleging the necessity for maintaining the independence and dignity of the bar intact. The press also took a resolution, and, blow for blow, announced, that they considered as null the resolution of the bar, which might be considered as an imper- tinence, if it was not, absurd and pue...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BOXING JUSTIFIED. (A MAGISTRATE OF THE COUSTY OF MIDDLESEX.) [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 14 March 1846

BOXING JtfStfirXED, BY ¡ BARBER BEAUMONT. ESQ., j (Â MAGISTRATE OF TUE COUSTÏ OF MIDDLESEX.) Although we think we liave said enouj lo remove all honest objections to tl practice of British boxing-and we tm sufficient to remove many of the ill-founde prejudices which have heretofore found e? istence in the breasts of well-meaning pe sons, from the want of due reflection an correct information, still we feel that 01 arguments will be fortified by quoting til opinions of a gentleman who has long hel the office of a magistrate of the coun^K Middlesex, and who, from his frequerrPSp portunities of judging of the principles an character of his countrymen, did not hes tate, not only on the bench, but in th public journals of the day, in an open an manly way to proclaim his sentiments. Th gentleman to whom we allude is Barbe Beaumont, Esq., the resident director t the County Fire Office, who, in a letter t the editor of the Morning Post, thus ex presses himself : " The effusions of humanity ...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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Police Reports. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 14 March 1846

Police Reports» -o MONDAY.-- ÜNMAHLY ASSAULT. -^T. Wickham, a couuter jumper at the "Bee Hive," in Pitt-street, was brought np in custody charged by Eliza Bellisworth, with a violent assault on her person. From the evidence adduced it appealed that Eliia and Wickham lived together for several months as man and wife, aud to use her own ex- pression, in her cross-examination, " acted as his slave," that she had supported him for a consider able time whilst he was out of employment, and that having obtained that "desideratum," she wished to give np the connexion) yet, did Wickham' -who appeared old enough to be " her father," perpetually annoy her, and assaulted her on more thau one occasion, when she declined to lay an in- formation against him, fearing that he would lose his employment, being dependent on his character for a livelihood. In the present instance it appeared thal Wickham called at this fetnale'3 residence, be- tween the hours of 8 and 0 o'clock on friday even ing, expre...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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The City Theatre, [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 14 March 1846

Tlie City Theatre, | "O, your desert speaks loud; and I should wrong it, To lock it in the wards of covert bosom, When it deserves, with characters of brass, A forted resilience 'gainst the tooth of time, And razare of oblivion." j SlIAKSPEAIlE. WE go somewhat out of our way to notice a letter signed "FAIR. PLAY," and pub- lished in the Herald of Wednesday last a letter which purports to be written for the purpose of noticing briefly an article that appeared in our last issue, under the head which we have again adopted on the present occasion. We are accused of hav- ing " made no allowance for the insupera- ble disadvantages under which Mr. Kemble laboured; " the thing (says the writer) was new, and, in theatrical annals, utterly with- out a parallel. Some allowance, therefore, should be made, and in common justice be extended, towards an individual who, it is evident, is a stranger among us all, and , much wanted in that department of the drama with us, which gives its preference t...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Streets. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 14 March 1846

Ttie Streets» WE cannot refrain from calling tue atten- tion of the Improvement committee, to the state of some of our principal streets, es- pecially to those inclining east and west ; take for instances,-King-street, Hunter street, and Bent-street, where from want of a proper crown having been given to the carriage way, at the time the surface drains were laid down, the water has formed channels and courses across the streets, and gone in every direction but the right one ; the result whereof has been that the car- riage-ways are ploughed up as it were, j leaving great hollows daugerous to the I transit of both vehicle and animal ; whilst the accumulation of dust is in many instan- ces so great as not only to form a great impediment to passengers, but also in windy weather to add to the annoyance so seriously felt by the citizens, who are nearly blinded as they walk, whilst their apparel experiences no very profitable effects fi om the same cause.

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 14 March 1846

3>*c«l Xntelltffano«, INQUEST..-- An inquest was Holden on Wednesday last, at Healy's public house, in Farramatta-street, on the body of Samuel Myers, which was about to bé interred ; but the funeral was interrupted in consequence of certain rumours that were afloat as to the deceased having died from injuries he had received from a publi- can named Douglas, The Coroner having summoned a jury, Mr. Douglas was in attendance, and it appeared from the evi- dence of Mrs. Mary Ann Myers, the wife of the deceased, that he had, about three weeks previous to his death, complained of a pain in the back part of his head ; he had taken some medicine, and at his own request, leeches were applied to his temples or forehead, On Monday, the 9th instant, he entirely lost his power of speech, having been several days prior thereto, apparently much affected in those organs, as he made signs for what he wanted. He, however, followed his usual occupations up to the 9lh, after which he never spoke, a...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 14 March 1846

Cricket. The return match between the Maitland eleven and eleven of Morpeth, Raymond Terrace, and the William River, came off on the Maitland ground on Monday last. The following is the score : - MAITLAND - FIRST INNINGS. Taylor, stumped by Chittenden --- 13 Willoughby, stumped by Chittenden --- 8 Holdstock, b. by Dee --- 3 Honeysett, c. by Collins --- 17 Turner, stumped by Chittenden --- 12 Crumpton, b. by Chittenden --- 5 Hyde, b. by Dee --- 0 Belcher, b. by Dee --- 2 Beasley, c. by Collins --- 0 Holdstock, jun., b. by Dee --- 2 Braben, not out --- 3 Byes --- 5 70 SECOND INNINGS. Beasley, b. by Chittenden --- 5 Hyde, run out --- 5 Holdstock, jun., b. by Dee --- 1 Taylor, b. by Chittenden --- 8 Honeysett, run out --- 36 Willoughby, b. by Chittenden --- 18 Holdstock, run out --- 9 Braben, c. by Dee --- 8 Crompton, b. by Dee --- 9 Turner, b. by Dee --- 2 Belcher, not out --- 0 Byes --- 10 111   First Innings --- 70 Total --- 181 MORPETH - FIRST INNINGS. Hardy, b. by Hone...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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Cases of Circumstantial Evidence. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 14 March 1846

Cases of Circumstantial evidence. THE records of every country abound in remark- able cases of persous being judicially put tu death for crimes of which they were entirely innocent. A uiistukeii resemblance to thc actual perpetrator,- the fact ot having been seen near : the. spot where, the crime wus committed, nr some other suspicious cir cumstance, has contributed to bring the guilt and punishment on the wrong party. At one lime eases nf injustice were also committed, by condemning j individuals for ni tu dor when it was not proved thal a winder had been perpetrated. Thu now welt- 1 recognised principle in criminal law. that no mur I der can bo held ns having been committed till the body of the deceased has been discovered, has ter- minated this forra of legal profession. Another, I and perhaps one of the most common causes of in I justice itt (rials of this nature, is the prevarication of the party charged with the offence. Finding him- self, though iuuoccut, placed iii au awkwar...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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Sydney Quarter Sessions. [?] SITTINGS. Tuesday--March 10. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 14 March 1846

Sydney Quarter sessions. ?rUCUJlXED SITTINGS. Tuesday--March 10. Catherine Doyle, free by servitude, pleaded guilty to a charge of stealing a kettle-sentenced six months' to the Factory. Eliza Jane Cordeaux alias Martin, came free, pleaded guilty to a charge of stealing 2 books and several other articles from her master, Mr. Boyd three mouths' imprisonment in Syduey Gaol, the last week solitary. Ann Clark, free by servitude, charged with steal- ing three half crowns and one shilling in a dwelling, was acquitted and discharged. Charlotte Johnson, free by servitude, charged with stealing a waistcoat, being au old offender was sentenced to one year in the Factory. By the re- cords in Court, it appeared that this old woman had been convicted of larceny on Gth January 18-13, and sentenced to one month in Sydney gaol, and again on 11th March 1845, of a similar offence, and sen. tenced to six months' in the Factory. She appears to be about TO years of age, and arrived per ship Sydney Cove,...

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Country News. WINDSOR. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 14 March 1846

Country News. WINDSOR. The most active preparations are being made by the sporting fraternity of Windsor and the sur- rounding districts for theforthcoming Races, which   will take place on the first and two following days in April next. The prizes in all will amount to about £350, and it gives us great pleasure to state that the Stewards and the Clerk of the Course who deserve much credit for their promptitude and exertion-have made such progress in obtaining subscriptions, that there will be no lack of "Funds."   We have-, at present a largo stud of horses under- going their training iii the neighbourhood, headed by that redoubtable old veteran "Jorrieks," under   the surveillance of that knowing looking chap with the brown breeches-and tobacco looking grinders -the celebrated Johnny Dunn ; we are also in the expectation of having horses from all parts of thc country, to wit-the thorough-bred studs of the trrtly thorough-bred " sporting coves...

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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 21 March 1846

Xiocol Intelligence. ' -Kl- I A CANDIDATE toa THE HONORS OF THE I POLKA.-POLICE OFFICE NOVELTY.-A short gentleman, inclining to corpulency, and whose attire was in a state of ventila- tion appropriate to the summer season, was charged with having disturbed the public peace on the previous night. The prisoner, who said his name was Michael Doherty, and that he was by profession a journey- man tailor, was evidently much at his case, and endeavoured to conceal his ragged habiliments. A police constable deposed that his attention was directed to the prisoner, who was pitching summersets, and performing various gymnastic exploits, ,to the infinite amusement bf a crowd of I disorderly persons. The constable being '." i ... of opinion that these evolutions, however creditable to the agility of Mr« Doherty, were calculated to disturb the repose of such of her Majesty's subjects as were taking horizontal refreshment in their beds, was constrained, in the conscientious dis- charge of his duty...

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To the Editors of the Sydney Morning Herald. (PEB FAVOR OF " BELL'S LIFE IN SYDNEY.") [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 21 March 1846

to the Editors of the Sydney Morning Herald. (PEB IATOB OP " BELL'S LIFB IS STDKEY.") GKXTLEMENÍ-I liave read in your paper or yesterday nn account of the death by drowning o' Mr. Lees, and of thc narrow escape of Iiis com- panion, Crampton, from the same fate ; but you do not inform the public of the almost miraculous means by which the same wos*eûected. As you are sometimes very severe upon the canine rate running about your city, I will, in order to dispose you more favourably towards them, give you the parti- culars as nearly as possible in Mr. C's own words. He fortunately possesses one of the species above alluded to, about as large as a goad-sized sucking pig. This animal was present at the accident, and no sooner did she see her master in danger limn she kindly and politely presented her tail to him (cocked for thc purpose as stiff as the bowsprit of a ship, or the -tail of Billy Black's cat). Under such pressing eircamslances,;Mr. C. states he could not refuse the oner, and...

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Bathurst Census, To the Editor of Bell's Life in Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 21 March 1846

Batbnrat Census, To the Editor of Bell's Life in Sydney. SIB,-I have just liad popped into my hand a [ circular that had beeu very liberally distributed at -the Wesleyan chapel here a few days since. Had the object of this address been to gain proselytes to that congregation, there would be some little ex- cuse, but this appears uot to be the case, tho main and very particular object of the circular being to swell out the apparent number of Wesleyans in the census returns, with the simple intention of hum- bugging the government, and to extort a larger sum in support of the clergy and schools of this respect- able class of Christians. We had always given the Wesleyans credit for being the most sturdy and im- pudent set.of beggars of any class of Christians, but this circular or address beats Bannagher. By it all classes are invited to return themselves in the census returns as Wesleyans, even although they may have but a remote wish to attend a placo of worship ; children who attend...

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The Army. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 21 March 1846

Tilo Army. -' i TUB 11TH HUSSARS.-Previous toi thc 11th Hus- sars leaviug Dubliu, soma of tho ofOcers presented Veterinary Surgeon Pott of the 1st Boyal Dragoons, with a silver cigar Sase, with his crl'st ou ouo side, aud the following iuscrintiou. on thc other, in gold letters:- ' .'J *. Presented toMatthcwPo'ett,Esq.,RoyalDragoous, *! by some of the ofllcers of the llth Hussars, for his '. j great kimhicss and attention whilst attcudiug their !^ horses in Dublin.-Sëtenibcr, 181.1." 'ii lt is .one of thc handsomest articles of this kind 1,! ever seen, and does great credit to tile maker, Mc t Law, of Sackvillo-street, in this city. ' .' ? i' ACCIDENT io CAPTAIS POOLE.--AVe regret to state ¡j" thatu severe accident befel Captain Poole, of the iölll ?[' Hussars, yesterday afternoon. While riding on tho jj I.oose-road tile gal!itut Captain's horso stumbled, ;| fell, and rolling bver him, caused a severo injury ott , tl the head and a fractured of the leg in two places: The .unfortunat...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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To the Editor of Bell's Life in Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 21 March 1846

To the Editor of Bell's Life in Sydney. SIB,-Observing in your last number some strie tures concerning tbe Catholic Meeting in this town, to take into consideration matters connected with the Maitland Hospital, I have been induced to re peruse the proceedings of the same, and will en- deavour tb pass a few remarks upon the resolutions in their order. 1st-How any body of men could be induced to pass such a resolution os this, well knowing that a special investigation Was sent by the Committee of the Hospital to thc Kev. Dean Lynch, soliciting them, and not only them, but the children of the School in connexion with their Church, to join in the procession, " or pageant if Mr. Lawn likes it better. I say, how they could arrive at the conclu- sion that the spirit exercised on this occasion, was " illiberal and exclusive" is to me and many more, a matter of astonishment. Was it that the Bev. Dean kept from their know- ledge the tact, that they had been formally invited by the way of keep...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 21 March 1846

Origtaal Correiponaenco, -o .Jg" The Editor does not identity himself with the opinions expressed by bis Correspondents, but merely gives insertion to such Communications as seem entitled to public Consideration. Fur tho information of our annatio friends, the following Hst of all the Yachts anti Racing Boats, belonging ta the magtiincient Harbour of l'art Jackson has been collected,. Wanderer, R. Y. S. Avenger. Will o' the Wisp.. Sylph. Booñieraug. Friendship. Wave.. Ariel.¿...... Midge. Thames. Avon. Quiz. Maria. Witch. Bright Planet.... Rover. Typo. Zebra. Lavinia.;.. E (veretta. Virginia. Corsair..... Cornelia.... Acates.. Ranger. Lady of the Lake. Phábc. Fox. Wizard.... Reynolds. Prince of Wales.. Pirate.. Ellen...\ Frances. Ianthe. Jewess. Dido.... Louisa... Jane. Prince George.... Morning Star.... Spy..;. Madge WildOre.. Phantom. Maid of Mona... a 25 25 21 10 ll 10 8 8 8 8 7 7 5 5 S S 5 íi 0 3 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 3 3 it 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 Schooner Cutter Barge Ketch Ditto Sl...

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To Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 21 March 1846

Xa Corm>osdeit«. J ?.: '- ' _ft-_ " The 'Maitland Mereûrj', «IM not receive a piper for three weeks before last Sunday," such is the advice from oar Maitland Agent. All we can say ia, that our Journal *i»-regularly posted, and that the shameful inefficiency, negligence, or fraud of the Post Office authorities and their Bubs, should become-matter of investigation ?amongst those members of the community who so repeatedly suffer from the same source o/ " general" annoyance. If a Clerk in the Post 'Office wishes to see tbe particulars of a fight or a race meeting, and hos neither the means nor - the inclination of purchasing a number of our periodical, of course, he brashes off the envelope of the finit paper that comes to hand, and ap- propriates the same.-Vs an. SAT. JASPER.-Mr. johnson is not a member of any 'Lodge of Ô. Our-columns »re open to such replies. Several communications eire unavoidably postponed from want of space. BRAIDWOOD.-The TASDEX in our next, as well as the trip...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 21 March 1846

LOST OR STOLEN/ AVOLUME of the 6th. Edition of « FIST! ANA." The Book is marked with the owners name in full, on several leaves of the work. It is particularly requested that the party in possession of it will, imme- diately cause it to he forwarded to this Office. NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. All communications to the Office of BelVs Life must be prepaid, or they will not be received.

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Darlinghurst Goal. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 21 March 1846

X> Arlin süur« t Oaol. The Australian of Thursday contains a paragraph relative to the above Establish- ment, which tends to convey an injurious impression, as far as the Governor of that prison is concerned. Mr. Keck has long been an active and zealous officer of the Government, and that too, in a position which perpetually subjects him to the malicious slanders of the vile and Unprin cipalled of both sexes. Nothing is more easy to conceive than that a confine upon being subject to the restrictions found necessary in a gaol, will fancy himself badly dealt with, and revenge is the feeling this opinion in many instances will create. In the late affair, a man named Davy, circu lated reports which ultimately came to the ' ears of Mr. Keck, and he thereupon sent in a written application to His Excellency fora court of enquiry to be appointed. Sir George Gipps complied with the request ; the court, consisting of the Sheriff, Captain Innes, and Mr. Charles Windeyer met ; the charges we...

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