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

HawkoRonry Races. MR. HILL'S Oily Gammon, and Mr. G. Rowley's Kate, left Sydney yesterday morn- ing for Windsor. "We understand that the mare goes for the Maiden Plate, and Gam- mon is in the Welter. Mr. Ernson's horses Rackey and Bad- ger, left on the same day. Mr. A. Bad- gery's horses have been at Windsor several days, and consist of Lady Morgan, Jum- bug, Cinderella, and The Grey hurdle racer.

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Challenges. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 28 March 1846

Challenges. -o 'William Sparkes accepts the challenge of Thomp- son, of Wiudsor, and will meet him on his own terms, when and where he may appoint. Mr. Smith's challenge remains unanswered ; i Whitfield talks about accepting it, but nothing be- yond this. The Norwood fjlub have whispers circu- lating amongst its members as to the propriety of testing its many champions ; yet, after a delay of fonrtcen days, nothing positive has been decided on. We mast, consequently, regard the challenger as the best shot in New South Wides. What is the utility of a shooting club ?

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Pigeon Shooting. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 28 March 1846

Pigeon s lio o tin gr . TUE Norwood Club met on Saturday last, the 21st Instant, at the usual ground. Thirteen Members were on the list of Can- didates for the Monthly Sweep, and to demonstrate the truism contained in the old adage " Practise makes perfect," we are happy to record some of the best general shooting that has ever, amongst so large a number, taken place in the Colony. Several gentlemen killed eight (8) out of nine (9) birds, at 21 yards lise, but the honors were ultimately awarded to that finished practitioner of the trigger, Mr. May, who polished off his full number.

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 28 March 1846

LÖST OR STOLEN, AVOLUME of the 5th Edition of "FÍSTIANA." Thc Book is marked with the owners name in full, on several leaves of the work. It is particularly requested that the party in "possessiou of it will imme- diately cause it to be forwarded to this Office. NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. All communlcätions to the Office of Bell's 'Life must be prepaid, or they will not ' be received.

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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To Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 28 March 1846

(y Our trip* lo Goulburn must be again postponed, as *the cat ia not ready. - . , Our Agents will receive the accounts from this office daring the week ; we mast urge upou then) the necessity of immediately attending to their collection, and request that defaulters' names may be erased without delay. JJ. has been received, but is of toó personal a nature for OUR columns. THE SPIRIT OF JACK ROACH.-F.P.Rf. has ^cortie to hand. The character of FANE, alias WODESTON, is pretty well established iu Sydney. His life was to have appeared through * the""'columns bf "a" contemporary. We prefer waiting'a while ere the disclosures contained in this communication be promulgated. THÉATBICAL. - The fellow's real name ls Harding ; yes-^-a Special. JOB.-Not gazetted lait evening. As to disgracing 'flit magistracy, it's all FUDOE. SUGAR CANE.-T.B. does not necessarily Imply Tom Burdekin; there are other usurers living. " Nil Nisi" is oat of place here ; thc lines should Tun thus Born 'bn lue scaffold...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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MAITLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 28 March 1846

í ' MATTr.AND: WHO WOULD BELIVES IT ?-Ou Sunday last it was discovered that tho foundation sumo of the in- tended Maitland Hospital had been removed, and tho bottle containing the coius, inscription, Seo., broken. One of the parties concerned in tho nefa- rious and dirty transaction cut Iiis finger; I trust the government will offer a reward for the guilty parties, and cause the bloody auger to cut hisstick. A word to the wise. 1 '. . We have had no rain since lost Suuday week. Hay maize, &e , are rapidly advancing in price. . ;,

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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BELL'S LIFE IN SYDNEY. SATURDAY, MARCH 28, 1840. Races to Come. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 28 March 1846

BELL'S LIFE IN SYDNEY. SATURDAY, MARCH 28, IMO. Races to Come» Voss Haces.31st Marco, April 1,2. Hawkesbury (Subscription) 1st, 2nd, and 3rd April 'Campbellfield.... Bl, 22, &23 April. 'Bathurst.21, 22, & 23 April. Muswellbrook. 22,23, aud 24 April Homebush(AutumnMcctiug 27, 28, aud 2!) May

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HAY AND CORN MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 28 March 1846

«AV Ain cons MARKET. Hoy, 120 loails, from Os. Oil. to 8s. Od., average 7s. per cwt. . - ' . Straw, 24 loads, from Us. Od. to 3s. Od., average 2s. 10d£. per cwt; . Wliuut il loadsj from Os. Od. to Os. Od. average fis. 4jd. per bushel. Fodder, l-l loads, from 10d. to ls. per dozeu bundles; Beddiug, 13 loads, from 3s. Od; to 4s. Od. per load;

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Settlers Price Current. [?] [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 28 March 1846

Settlers Price Carrent. OwueT. No. . ! MrsTliomo 120 Lees 00 Mnreilcn 03 Partiella CO : Weight 050: 700 050 700 A'2 8 il 15 2 IS 3 lo OOO 00. ' 8 0 0 Cleeve

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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THE WINDSOR SAINT. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 28 March 1846

TÍIE WINDSOR SAINT. "DRAY MADAM, cnn you me acquaint .? Who 'twas attacked the Windsor Saint, Aud in tlie " Atlas'* paper said I ne'er did visit sick or dead, Except, when I for it was paid Î When confirmation was to be; ~ Did not I with thee make, free,-'. And did I not invite Miss B To come and take a cup of tea. Did I not even then, I say Call on you oftcu while I may ? Yeij ? But; since then I must confess 1 ne'er did cull oil you to bless. ' How then could thal old B-k cap say That I did only work for pny ?' Did'I not him quite fr'ieudly greet , , Where e're I riiet liinî iii the street ? Did he liot on me turn his back, - , When I took' the change from old Jack ?* And was lie riot quite rude to me When I call'd mid " Insulted thee, Just when you'd left your own sick bed,-? (God forgive me, iliad no dread !) Grant, to nb other Church you went; Yet since tliou should'st to me have sent,' As by the Bubrio it is meant ; I then would you attend, and ask. You not to give me snch a "...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Shipping Intelligence. ARRRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 28 March 1846

Shipping1 IntoUlgenco. ; > .. ATÍTMVAT.S MAiion 10.-Tlie barque Nelson; 274 tone, Spurling, master, from the whaling grounds. .22.-Tho American ship Daniel Wehster; 030 tons, Stnrbnek, master, from tho whaling grounds ; left Nantucket, I7th May, 18-13." 22.-The barque Golden FIoccp, 120 tons Johnson, master, ¡from Moreton llay the.loth inst) 22;-Tho schooner Kate, 02 tons/ Salmon j master, from Auckland thc 13th instant. 4*4.-'Tlie schooner Sonvenier, ü4 tous.J.ujiug*, m ister, from Luuuecston toe Wt« iiiMnnt. 23. -The barque Cecilia, 247 tons, Pearse, master, from Aueklaml the Kuli instant 24. -The steamer Shamrock; 200 tons, Gilmore, master, fruin Launceston the loth, Port Phillip the ' 20th, and Twofold Day the 22ud instant. 25. -The brig William, 149 tons,* Thom, master, from Launceston 15°lh instant. 20.-The aehoouer Ageuoria, 107 tcmá¡ Bentley, master, from Port Albert 10th instant, 25.-The schoouer Heroine, 130 tons, M'Kenrie, master, from Bally 4th January,' and from Port...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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Country News. PARRAMATTA. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 28 March 1846

I Country News. PARRAMATTA. CONFUSION WORSE CONFOUNDED.-—Some few   weeks since, allusion was made as to Ryan being in a fix with respect to the articles seized at the Emu Brewery ; a very curious exposé has oc- curred during the past week, and which strongly tends to establish the veracity of that proverb, that the more persons who are in certain positions stir, the more they stink. At the time of the seizure, aud when the Prince of Dog Slayers was morning, noon, and uight, dancing about the Emu Brewery, cutting such capers as a dancing master under the influence of St. Vitus, or a cat upon a heated floor only cottld cuti lie was informed the property he was removing, and which he was in a great mea- sure destroying, was the property of Mr. Charles Blakefield, who had sometimes previously bona fide purchased il from Mr. Hayes; but Ryan's thoughts being on pelf inteut, and eveu that common glean- ing of intellect yclept self-preservation, from the trammels and expeuccs ...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Police Reports. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 28 March 1846

Police Reports. MONDAY.-There was an increase of Bacchanals on the police list this morning, there being no fewer than 14 males and ñ females. Whether it was that the remains of their Patrick's and Sheelah's days' merriment did not get entirely out of their heads, or that they had taken up a new line of conduct, is involved in mystery. One female patriot, after indulging in her libations on the 17th, not being able to retain her equilibrium in George street, brought her nose and the pavement in repeated contact, each time exclaiming-with a contrition which did justle to her feelings-"O Blessed St. Patrick, see what i'm suffering for you!" ' John Russel] was charged with being light in his upper story ; the old excuse, lind a pain in his hip, and drank nothing but peppermint. It was no ¡¡o, 10s., or twelve hours cells ; he submit- ted to the latter alternative. A YOUTHFUL SINNER.-Sarah O'Brien, a yoting creature, residing in Druitt street, was charged with being drunk. From the mildn...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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WINDSOR. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 28 March 1846

I 'WINDSOR. I About tbe hour of noon, óu St. Patrick's Day, tho banks of the Hawkesbury, in the immediate locality of the sigu on which is emblazoned the image of the " Liberator Dan," who, now a living ornament, is only secoud in admiration to the patron saint of his native land-the evcr-to-be adored green isle-presented a lively and pleasing aspect. Hundreds of persons of all classes, who were detenniucd to devote this day to inirtli aud merriment, had assembled on this picturesque spot, to witness a match between Mr. Panton's Sylph, and Mr. Coney's Fly, for .£10 a-side. This at once shows that the sporting community of the Hawkes- bury have a predelictiou for acquatics, and that it only requires a Regatta to be got up on a respect- able scale, without any exclusion to our good friends of the metropolis, to ensure first-rate spurt and competition. No part of this colouy alfords greater facility for boat-building than thc banks of this lovely stream, upon which the tall and stately...

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Police Office, Goulburn. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 28 March 1846

I Police Office.. Goullrarn. OK Friday week, though a special court day, no magistrate made an appearance till nearly noon. Crowds wete waiting around the sanctum of up-country '. law. Fellow men wire stooping in their iron manacles, (perhaps guilty, perhaps inno- cent,) reflecting with downcast looks and dreary mien, upon the proverbial uncer- tainties of magisterial deductions. Con- stables, whose sustenance is derived {rom an already impoverished community, and whose presumed equivalent consists in-a vigilant watching over the lives and proper- ties of those who support them, were lin- gering in listlessness and indifference to all creation's progeny--while last upon the ciiií¿ list of wai tiny men, we observed the gaunt and solemn shadows of| some dis- gusted Membets of.the Press,.pacing lo and fro vainly ejaculating their contempt, and vowing silently upon a retributive song. But what care THEY for songs or silent vows? What care they for others' woe or «real ? Shall JUSTICE wá...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WOLLOMBI. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 28 March 1846

WOLLOMBI. We have had but little to diversify the monotony of the last fortnight, unless indeed we may except the pleasurable reflection in discovering that the same optics through which we have long regarded the political juggles cf men " arraycu in brief au- thority" in our district, have hitherto been no less successfully employed to detect their machinations at its remote extremo. A new and talented aspirant to public gratituile has 'winged his Sight to fame' from the Macdonald , Uiver, under tho signature of Verity, in the 1 last issue of that truly independent journal Bell's Life, by a lucid exposition of the means resorted to lu dragging a coustable from the depths of his obscurity lo participate in the unenvied notoriety of his ' principal,' as the subject of a newspaper ad- dress. Against the character of Fleming as a citizen, wo would bo distinctly understood to repudiate every idea of breathing a reproach-indeed tho most we know of such a person is, that report has given ...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Military Operations in India. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 28 March 1846

Military Operations In India. BY arrivals this week from Calcutta weare put in possession of news which, however calamitous as to the number of lives lust, will be read with feelings of pride and ad- miration by every true-hearted Briton. It appears that for a considerable time past, the "Sikh's" government were mak'ng encroachments on our possessions in India, which terminated in an open rupture in De-, cember last, through the confidence of the Seikhs in the immense army, both horse and toot, that they could bring into the field, together with their numerous artillery, and it will give our readers some idea ef the resources of some of the Indian states when they are informed that in the recent en- counter the Sikhs hud no fewer, than one hundred and fifty pieces of ordinance on the ground ! forty of which were of large calibre. Thc action commenced on the 18th December, at a place called Noodka, and again on the evening of the 21st. and morning of the 22nd, at Ferozeshah, when our...

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Cases of Circumstantial Evidence. BRUNELL'S CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 28 March 1846

¿.Cases of Circumstantial Evidence. I -o I BRUNELI/S CASE. in me year iv*: a case or a very rcmarkabh nature occurred near Hull. A gentleman traveling to that place was stopped late in thc evening abou seven miles from the town, by a siugle highwayman with a mask on his face, who robbed lite travellei of a purse containing twenty guineas. Tho high- wayman rode off by a different path full speed, anti the gentleman frightened, hut not injured, excepl in purse, pursued his journey. It was growing late, however, and being naturally much agitated by what had passed, he rode only two miles farther aud stopped at the Bell Inn, kept by Mr. James Brunell He went into the kitchen to give direc- tions for his supper, where he related to several persons present the fact of his having been robbed j to which he added this peculiar circumstance, thai when he travelled he always gave his gold a peculiai mark, aud that every guinea in the purse taken from him was thus marked. Hence he hoped thal th...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Olla Podrida. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 28 March 1846

Olia Podrida. A modo lins been suggested of getting glass-stop- pers out of bottles ; viz. placing the bottle in a pan of cold water, aud thc whole upon the fire, provided what may huppen to be in the bottle be not liable to serious injury from heat. Tho air inside will thus become gradually expanded, and the stopper driven out. It will be proper to attach a piece of cloth loose over the stopper ta the neck, to prevent its fiyiug out so us to do mischief. A fellow named Faiyre was brought one day last week before one of the Chambers of Correctional Police at Paris, charged as a rogue and vagabond^ From his answers to the interrogatories of the court, it appeared that he lived wholly by robberies. The court sentenced him to thc highest punishment awarded ¡ti such cases-viz., six mouths' imprison ment. At hearing this inevitable sentence,"Faivre became outrageous, and seizing a wafer-box, he threw it with groat violence at the head of M. Du four, the President. Happily it only struck ...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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Launceston Races. FIRST DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 28 March 1846

Xiannceston Races» FIRST DAY. Tuesday March 3rd.-Two and three year-old stakes, once round ; heats Mr. Gee's Jerry Sneak - . . - 1 1 Mr. Carpenter's Princess - - - 2 2 Mr. Field's I'lenipo - - - - 3 3 To wn Plate, heats three miles and distance Mr. C. Field's Paganini - - - 1 1 Mrs. Smith's Little John - - - 1 dr. ; Mr.. Ives' Dangerous - - - . . dist. Tin's race ended unfortunately. Little John fully maintained his laurels, though losing Hie race ; he evidently had the speed of Paganini, and was leading in the last round, within sixty yards of the winning post when lie broke down. Dangerous was dis- tanced, and Paganini walked over for the second heat. Galloway Stakes, heats once round Mr. Ires' Counsellor Lieutenant Lloyd's Scotch Queen Mr. Herdwicke's Cupid ? Mr. Beecroft's Fair Piny Mr. Tarleton's Grasshopper This was an extraordinary race, and was won by Counsellor after four heats. . Snoozer Stakes, given by Mr. Thomas Field,-for Snoozer's produce, for two-year olds, heats, on...

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