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

A LESSON FOR LADIES.-The editor of a certain paper, himself an old bachelor, says, " nothing can prevent an increase of bachelorism save an amendment in the mode of educating women. When they learn common sense instead of broken French-when they learn some useful em- ployment instead of beating the piano when they learn to prefer honest industry to silly coxcombry, and when men find that a woman is a helpmate instead of a burden -then may we expect few bachelors-but not till then." CAMELS.-Camels are the only animals that cannot swim. It is an extraordinary fact, that the moment they lose their foot- ing in a stream, they turn over, and can make no effort to prevent themselves from being drowned. THE ROYAL MAIL To Port Phillip, Tass, Goulburn, Berrima, LEAVES TITTERTON'S every Tuesday, Wed- nesday, and Saturday at 5 o'clock p. M. .Pares : £ a. d. From Sydney to Picton..... 0 10 0 " " Berrima.... 0 J4 0 " ,'* Goulburn.......... 1 i 0 " " Yass..2 í 0 Booking; Offices s Talbot Inn, Geo...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Sporting Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 21 March 1846

I A Sporting Meeting-. " These are particular friends of ours, whose re- marks may be of great service, then np curtain, ami let us see what our painters have doue for us." .-i, FACTS AND'FARCIES. SCEKK-At the " Dird lu Hand"-Richmond Road -The Blue Parlour-Bottled Beer-Gin and Brandy Nobblers-Pipes-Negrohead and Mrs. Raffles' best Cigars-lu clouds of genuine baccy smoke around the long table, sits Brown, Hig . ginston, James Biulkin, Dunne, Marsden, Joe Holmes, Cox, with many other friends and at- tendants. BELL'L LIFE IN SVDNET under dis- cussion. Chairman-Mr. Dunne. Dunne.-Pave red this here ghost letter, (pub- lished in Bell's Life, 28th Feb. last,) and I dare say what is said may be all right. As for the ould un, lie's as fresh as a>- new pulled carrot, and I thinks that altho' my " baccer grinders" be'ant as sound as Jorrick's legs be, still I'll be able to griud it ont of thc mare Marsden (rising, and somewhat annoyed),-! suppose thea, Dunne, that you means my mare Blue Bo...

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

Inquest. ON Monday last an enquiry took place be- fore the Coroner and a jury of the follow- ing sixteen inhabitants, namely-Messrs. Peter Louis Berni, foreman ; William Dind, "George Huggett, William Baxter, Robert Layzell, John Wickham, William Brown, Patrick Maroney, Joseph Spears, Henry Palmer, William Humphreys, William Park, George Smith, Francis Graham, William Veness, and Frederick Underwood, -in Mr. Richard Driver's, Three Tuns Tavern,, corner of King and Elizabeth streets, touching the death of Jamess Rus- sell, then lying dead in the Sydney in- firmary, Macquaric-street. After the names of the jurors had been recorded, alic Coroner stated, that in consequence of certain circumstances which were connected with the present enquiry, although not directly coming under his cogn¡saneé at present, he had felt it his duty to call on Mr. Thomas Wall and Dennis Hayes to be present, and attend to the evidence ; he also stated that Mr. G. R. Nichols appeared for the former. The Jury ...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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W. Sparkes Benefit. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 21 March 1846

*W*. Sparkes' Henedt. According to advertisement the Benefit of the above " pet of the middle weights" came off in first-rate style on Wednesday evening last. Among the various capabi- lities displayed, we were much amused, by " Tomahawk" and " the Poulterer," Don- nelly and Cooper, who, with their dodging, good humour, and activity, kept the specta- tors in a roar. Haddigacidy and the big un shewed in prime twig. For Haddy, we say, could he face as well without the muf- fles as with them, he would be a first rater ; his setting to was superior to Hough's ; but his want of reach indicates a want of power to punish. W. Sparkes and au Amateur shewed us some excellent sport, after which came the PRESENTATION OF THE BELT, to W. Sparkes, which was made by the Editor of this Journal. After fitting it on, Master William came forward, exhibiting a very costly appendage of which the following is a description, as promised in our last num- ber. The fabric was of corded currency blue silk, edg...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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THURSDAY, MARCH 5. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 21 March 1846

THURSDAY, MARCH 5. Publicans* Purse-T.P. weights; winner of T.P. or MP 4 lbs extra-Heats two miles and a distance. Mr. Collin's ggSmolcnsko,aged; scar- let, black cap . . . . . . . . 1 I Mr. Moutgomerie'a br g Mazzaroui, - aged ; white and blaek stripes, black cap . ... . . .... . . 2 2 Mr. Stevenson's g g Sweetmeat, 4 years ; ' pink and white stripe ...... 3 3 Mr. Cowell s b g Will-if-he-Can, aged ; blue, green sleeves, black cap . . 4 4 This race was won with ease.- ' Two-Year-Old Slakes-Weights, 8 st 7 lbs-J mile. Mr, Dewing'a g f Modestf) by Necro- mancer, out of Matilda, tartan, black cap.dist. Mr. Pyke's'b c Tom Smart, by Neero inancer, ont of Taglioni, by Old Peter Finn ; a, blue. Did not start. , . Mr. Highett's b g Flexible, by Forester, ont of Luna, by the Caliph-Young Wbtegig, crimson, black Bleeves, crimson and black cap ..... I 0 In this race Modesty threw her rider and was distanced. Werriby Stakes-2 yrs a feather ; 3 yrs 7 st 12 lb; 4 yrs 9 st 3 lb; 5 yrs 9 st 12lb; a...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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King's Plains Races. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 21 March 1846

j Xing'a Mains Haces* The King's Plains Plate of £30, for all horses ; heats twice round the course ; en- trance £3. j Mr. Dc Cloud's n g Benplong (Matthews) walked over. . SECOND RACE, The Trial Stakes of £20, for horses that have never started for any public prize or sweepstake. Heats once round the course; entrance £2. Mr. North's e g Meteor (Enderby). ... 2 1 -Do Clouot's g h Momus.1 Blt. -Corse's b c Crow. dr. First Heat Meteor made play from thc start, and maintained it to the distance, wlieu Momus challenged and beat him by a head. This heat would have been won much easier had not Momus carried a st. over his weight. Second Heat Meteor went off again with the lead, the grey lying close to his quarters, when about three parts round, the latter bolted, and conse- quently was unable to save his distance. THIRD RACE. Hack Race of £10, for all untrained horses carrying 10 st.; heats once round the course ; entrance £ 1. This race became fac-simile to Caunt and Bend ¡go's fight, th...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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Goulburn Races. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 21 March 1846

Goulburn Haces. Innovan some unaccountable omission our correspondent has deprived us or the particulars of the second day's racing. Any imperfections, therefore, we will en- deavour to correct in our next issue. FIRST RACE. Innkeeper's Purse of £30, subject to the conditions of the Maiden Plate. Heats one mile and a quarter. Mr. A. Badgcry's ch. rn. Lady Morgan ..ll Lieut. Thompson's br. g. Orenadier. ... 2 2 The little mare (by Gratis out of FlirtJ did no injustice to her sire, going away with both heats merrily. SECOND RACE. Ladies* Purse of £20 for all horses. Heats one mile and a half. Amateur riders. Entrances as for the first race. Weights HO be handicapped by the stewards. Air. A. Badgcry's b. g. Jumbug ...... 1 1 -^-Hort's na. gr. g. Bargo..00 -Whenkcly's b, g. Major.00 The last two horses were merely put in to complete the number of entrances. The stewards, however, declined handing over the purse, and Mr. Badgery was only allowed to draw his deposit. .For the Hurry Scurry...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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Geolong Races. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 21 March 1846

Oeelonr Kaoes, This important meeting, though in the district of Port Phillip, is well worth a place in our colnmns, and the particulars are consequently subjoined. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 4, 1846. To-#n Plate-3 yrs 7 st 12 lb; 4 yrs 9 st 3 lb: 5 yrs 9 st 12 lb; 6 and aged 10 st 2 lbs.-Heats 2 miles and a distance. Mr. C. Campbell's oh g Petrel, 4 years, tartan, black oap.IS Mr. Collin's gr g Smolensko, aged, scarlet jacket, black cap . . . 2 Mr. Cowell'? b g WïlI-if-he-can, aged,, by Little Jobn ; blue, green sleeves, black cap ......... 3 Mr. Haines' b in Fallacy, ö years, by. Forester ; crimson, black sleeves crimson sud black cap . . . . . dist. Petrel walked over the course for the second heat. . v Three-Year-Old Stakes-8 st 7 lbs Mile anda half. Mr. James Austin's b o Bunyip, by Duke of Argyle ; crimson, black cap . . 1 Mr. Steveason's r g The Coronet, pink and white stripe . . , . 2 We have no remarks to offer on this race. Pony Slakes-Town Plate wgts-Heats, mile and a distance. Mr....

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NORTH RICHMOND. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 28 March 1846

NORTH RICHMOND. One of the collectors employed in taking the late Censns in the district of Colo, while iu Hie discharge of the duties of his office, was accidentally drowned in attempting to cross a river in that place. A coroner's inquest was subsequently held upon the body, nod a verdict of accidentally drowned returned. Thc utmost apathy appears to have been evinced in thc disposal of thc remains of this ill-fated man,-. ho was deposited in a state of absolute nudity in a grave, over which wc are informed the tide flows at every time of high waten The deceased liad been for some years past an inhabitant of North Rich- mond, was a young mau of respectable connexions and attaiiinieuta, and from his unassuming de- meanour and inoffensive habits was generally es- teemed by all who knew him. It is a matter of re- gret that in cases of the above kind, tb which all living are Ikble, that of a sudden and accidental death, that some public provision is nat made for securing , tho means o...

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WINDSOR. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 28 March 1846

WINDSOR; Saturday, the 21st. iust., being the day appointed by advertisement for the sale of the grand stand and entrance gate to the course, and also to receive applications for booths, at 2, p.m.,Stewards Messrs W. S. Baylis, George Seymour, and G. M. Pitt, with Mr.;Sheriflf,01erkof the Course, attended at the Lame Dog Inn, kept by Mr. Charles Daily, for the pur- pose of transacting tho aforesaid business. Nearly every Boniface within the limits of the district were in attendance, in order to select the most favoured site on which to erect a temporary lush crib, for the accommodation of their friends. The entrance Gate was knocked down by Mr. Seymour to Mr. Shiels, of Parramatta, at £05 ; the grand stand to Mr. John Bofter, at £15. Eleven booths in all were taken, and lots having been drawn for the choice thereof, the favoured situation marked No. 1, fell to Mr. Henderson, on which it is Mr; H.'s intention to erect a splendid " marque,' and from the well-known capabilities of our ...

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[?] in Parvo. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 28 March 1846

Mnlhim in VnTvn. ? .? . . lt is currently reported that Sir George Gipps will: proceed to England Tia India. Sir Charles Fitzroy has been gazetted as his Excellency's.suc cessor.-Dr.'Leichardt return hos created universal joy ; subscription lists, are open at the different banks for the purpose of substantially proving the fact.-Tile notorious Wilson,' the' bushranger, at the head of seven armed men, is committing serious depredations in the New England district.--A fe? maia named Baokaley, from the neighbourhood of Mudgee, bas been forwarded to Tarbau Creek by the order of his Excellency, aud on the medical evidence of oue of the gentlemen who made him- self n.vvTHEB conspicuous at the trial of WITUEBS. -The Odd Fellows have reversed their motto. In- stead of " Friendship, Love, and TrUth" read " Hatred, Hostility, llevenge." In some of the lodges they fight like bricks ; we speak of Sydney. Duncan Clarke, who was charged at the Bathurst Circuit Court of the murder of his step-fath...

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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 28 March 1846

Xocal Intelligence. -o- .. ON. DIT.-When the Mayor was at- tempting to bring Mr. Agars to the recol- lection of the Governorj some difficulty was experienced itt déscribing the worthy Councillor's person. At length, after a lapse of deep thought Sir George exclaimed, " oh ! the man with the red nose?" " The same, Your Excellency," wa» the reply. " Then I must take time to consider the propriety of such à step, as I very much dislike being led by the nose.'' EFFECTS OF LOVE! ! !-We have heard it rumoured that a dandified rbuth, who whs reared amongst " Leather," and whose locale is not 20 miles from thé " Cockatoo," having a partiality for Junipers, alarmed his mumu a few evenings back, in conse- quence of her repugnance to Üw fruit? by presenting her with an empty tea-cup and exclaiming 411 have finished it !" The spirited lad it would appear, indulged in a potation of " aqua fifties ;" but the kind- ness of a neighbour who drenched him plentifully with oil, (neats-foot) we under- s...

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Country News. PARRAMATTA. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 28 March 1846

Country liewa. PARRAMATTA. , SHEELAH'S DAY.-In tue number of appearances before the police court, the Lady Sheeluh bad the advantage over St. Patrick, as there were two de- votees to her. influence who wo-e, however, dis- charged. STILL WOBK,-Thero are some curious rumours afloat as to the great chief having turned to trading (driven of course to it through his poverty as the half dozen lucrative officers witn. their " mauavel lings" he holds, are insufficient to satisfy his capa- cious maw.) The tale runs, that one of the nu- merous stills he has seized was ut the conGscution sale bought in by him, and has been siuce disposed of by him to a wealthy wine grower. Doubtless the sale was not at anything like the price he gave for thc article. When a full, true, and particular account of this affair is thoroughly known, the dodge shall be duly made public. SOMETHING EXTRAORDISAUI*.-Ilyau had not on Thursday (notwithstanding he was six days back from thc census) a single information to p...

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Stand off the Grass. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 28 March 1846

Stand off the Grass. ' IF proof were wanting to confirm the re- peatedly expressed opinions of this paper relative to the military merit of the hero so valiantly associated with the above phrase, that proof has been , amply affordéd by the remarks in the «'LOÍÍDO.Y MAIS"! of .De-v tíémber 8, 19 to, and td which we invite at- tention :-Colonel Despard has suflered much in public estimation, and his case has been instanced as one showing that of- ficers should be never permute! td attain the higher ranks of the service, till their capacities for command have been properly ascertained." The truly va'iant are those who in the social relations of life appear mild and passively submissive, or to use the words of the Bard of Avon la Peace, there's nothing so becomes a maa As modest stillness, und humility. Bat, when the blast of war blows tu hts cars; * Then imitate the action of the tiger ; SiUTen the sinews, summon up the blood« Disguise fair Nature, icc, &c. So are the truly gre...

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Dr. Leichardt. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 28 March 1846

Sr. XiOicnardt. TUB expedition over land to Port Essing- ton, commenced about two years since, under circumstances of great difficulty, has at length successfully terminated. The adventurous explorer has not attempted a direct route, but keeping thc sea on board, has made a north westwardly course to the spot where Mr. Gilbert (a fellow laborer in his arduous undertaking) was killed. This spot is nearly parallel with the lati- tude of Wellesley Island, and in longitude 142°. He then skirted the Gulph of Carpentaria to LIMMEN BIGHT, whence he mnde directly across that trackless arm of land.laying between this port and Atw IIEM LAND to Port Essington. Our space will not admit of any length- ened extract from the Journal of this-bold and scientific young man ; nor, indeed, is such necessary, after what has already ap- peared in the colonial newspapers-we will, therefore conclude in his own words, when referring to the benefits resulting from the expedition. '?I think that the most impo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 28 March 1846

TTS PUBLISHED each Satur day morning at the Printing Office, 17, Bridge-street, where all communications will he received. '.The terms are Gs. 6<1. per quar- ter^ and advertisements will be charged, 2s. Gd. for the first inch, with ls. for every additional inch, of space,-The Quarters terminate on the 31st March, 30th June, 30th September, and the 31st of December. Parties wishing to discontinue, can only do so by paying up to the end of the ciment quarter j aud those entering their names as Sub- scribers, will only be charged from the date pf their commencement. NOTICEAdvertisers must specify lipon the back of their orders the number of insertions, otherwise they will be continued until coun- termanded.

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To the Editor of Bell's Life in Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 28 March 1846

To the.Editor of Bell's Life in Sydney. Sin,-As youragent hero has caught the cutarrah that prevailed iu this country, and as I'was afraid you would hear nothing from us, I took the liberty of thus addressing you. I was glad to see your *' sousie face" at our rnces aud our court-house, and heurd your exclamation of " Well Unit's a summary way of doing justice any- how," and knowing your views of things by reading your admirable and well-conducted p'aper. What thiuk's I, would that man think if he knew but thc manner and mode that our (black-un) worthy chief -uses to drag people there and for what end; but it would take up too much room at present. I mean to tell you some of his perigrinations at some future time, and besides I'll let you know how our three " sparks" worshipped Cloaeiua, in magistrate -verandah, how he was going to bring them to justice, how they stood " tip," then how followed the comedy of "Hush," and about taking up free men as bolters, and keeping them in durance...

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[?] Races. FOURTH DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 28 March 1846

-. '?'V-: - Oeelonr Mais««.- *- *-? . ; FOURTH DAY. Wednesday, March lilli, was the day appointed for the match between Quick- silver, and Petrel, the Hunter's Handicap Sweepstakes, and the Ladies Offering. Quicksilver not making his appearance, Petral walked over the course. A treaty for the purchase of the favourite, for £200, by Messrs. T. Burradaile and H.Ji. Simp- son has been talked of, but the purchase lias not yet been completed. No less than eight horses started for the Indies' Offering. This was altogether a private race, those only being privileged to start, who had the good fortune of being presented with cards by the ladies who sub- scribed the offering, the value or descrip- tion of which was, we may remark, a pro- found secret until the race was ran ; one satirical lady, it lias been whispered, pre- sented nothing less then a real duiideen, or short black pipe. Be that as it may, the race was a first-rate one, the whole eight being well up in the rails at a finish. Mr...

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When Greek meets Greek. &.c. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 28 March 1846

I When Creek meets Crook. &.e. THE recent squabbles between Dr. F. M'Crae and Mr. W. Bland, which these gentlemen have thought proper to drag before the public, are in themselves of a nature tending to subvert that firm reliance upon the Professional skill of either, which the admirers of both have been so loud in acknowledging. We do not purpose, however, diving far into the matter. The conflicting opinions of New South Wales Practitioners, as to the pathology and treatment of diseases have already been shown in our Courts of Law; their low standing, compared even with the neighbouring colonies, as a scien- tific body, has been over and over again admitted-their envenomed jealousies are now detected, and although some few and far between, exceptions to this sweeping censure, exist in all the purity of superior moral and educational excellence, such cannot shake the solid fabric, from which this special odium emanates. As. far as the treatment pursued in the late case is con...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 28 March 1846

JOB PRINTING OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS, ; ' Executed with neatness and despatch, at the Office ; of this Papen . : GEORGE MOSS, Cuátom-Hóuse Agent tft Shipping- Broker,' OFFICE, No.,1, AlACQUAttrE-PLAOE, , , . (Late Australian Library,)' ' '. NEÁR. THE NEW C l/ST O'M-H O^Ù S E. . "' PETTITTS HOTEL, SOUTH-HEAD^ , ALUNCHEON will be provided gratuitously for those gentlemen; who patronize the sports nt thc above delightful spot on Monday next. . ; .. , RANKIN'S CHEESE. AFRESH supply of that very superior.Chees. lias this day arrived ; also, Hams and Macon at tho Stores of the undersigned. . ' 1 !! .' . BaydcU's twist tobacco, at lld. per lb. - Good black potutoes, at (ls. per cwt. 'Tea, sugar, mm, wine, &c., to bc procured at the lowest terms from' '' ' :''' - ' WILLIAM'WILLIAMSON, Sfissex-Btroct, Adjacent.ta thé Union Wharf.' WANTED, THE advertiser being well acquainted with' the City and its locality, ts desirous of oblaiuing a-situation ai Overseer, Storekeeper, Collector, or Mess...

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