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Original Correspondence. The Editor does not identify himself with the opinions expressed by his Correspondents, but merely gives insertion to such Communications as seem entitled to public consideration. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 28 March 1846

Original Correspondence. t^* The Editor rföeg not identify himself with the opinions expressed by his Correspondents, but " merely gives insertion to such Conirauuieatious ; as seem entitled to public consideration. To the Editor of Bell's Life jin Sydney. ala,-in your valuable and widely circulated Journal of the 7th instant; there appears a letter from a .Correspondent bearing the signature of 'î'Verity,'" (and of a verity) the most cowardly and pusillanimous attack upon the character pf one, who ¡S; universally respected by all classes of tile community amongst whom he resides. Mr. Flem- ing's moral and virtuous character as a private in- dividual'-is only equalled by his complaisance and ürbaut.ty as a publia officer, and yet there is one fawning sycophant to be found, who, regardless of the, signature - attached ; to ; his vindictive scrawl, would fain: hurl Tthe' poison'd shaft of slander through this hitherto peaceful district; the bead ?nd''-frónt'lof';Ür.^FlémiH¿8~.bffeñdii...

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 — 28 March 1846

The City Theatre. - ..?There is nothing for which such members think themselves qualified, as for theatrical exhi- bition. Every humun being has au action graceful to his own eye, and voice musical to his own ear; and a sensibility which uature forbids him to know that any other bosom can excel. An art in which such members fancy themselves excellent, and which the public liberally rewards, will excite many competitors, and in roany attempts, there must be Mu. H. KEMBLE AGAIN!-In order t give this determined aspirant for ht'strioni fame FAIR PLAY, we, on Wednesday even ing last submitted, for a short period, t the infliction of witnessing this gentleman cool and deliberate murder, amongst other: of some of the cherished offspring from th brain of the immortal bard ; and we wi now give the public, and~Mr. H. Kembl to boot, the benefit of our having a secon time been put to the " question." An as the skilful surgeon cuts deeply in orde to make the cure more certain, so shall wi not mi...

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

THE ROYAL MAIL To Port Phillip, Vasa, Goulburn, Berrima, A.c., LEAVES TITTERTON'S every Tuesday, Wed nesday, and Saturday at 5 o'clock P. M. Fares : £ e. <¡. From Sydney to Picton. 0 10 0 " " Berrima. 0 14 0 " ** Goulburn. 1 4 0 " " Yass. 2 4 0 Booking: Offices : Talbot Inn, George-street, Sydney. Hurley's Hotel, Campbelltown. Mail' Coach Hotel, Berrima. Salutation Inn, Goulburn. Mr. Walsh's Inn, Yass. REDUCED FIRES TO GOULBURN AND YASS, WITH COMFOBT, CIVILITY, AND INCBEASED BFEED. v- sr. H. ¿roxrss, BEGS to acknowledge the very extensive patron- age he has received from the public, and at the same time to assure them that tho system which has so signally met with their approbation will be continued, and that at reduced prices. Ä a. n. From Sydney to Piston. 0 12 0 From Sydney to Berrima. 1 0 0 From Sydney to Goulburn. 1 10 0 From Sydney to Yass. 2 10 0 HOOKIXO OFFICES. Mr. Holman's, White Horse, Georgs-street, Sydney ; Mr. Morris's, Forbes ' Hotel, Campbell- town; Mr. Ma...

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

Miscellaneous Extracts. - , BRUTAL TKEATMENT OF A HUSBAND TO HIS WIFE.-H. Henderson, by trade a shipwright, residing in one of the low .; courts at Poplar, was charged with the following brutal treatment of his wife : The complainant, a good looking woman, who bore several marks of severe violence, stated that she had been eleven years mar- ried to the prisoner, by whom she had five children, and was six months advanced in pregnancy with the sixth. The prisonei, who always treated her with great cruelty, . came home on the previous night, and after accusing her of being drunk, knocked her down twice and kicked her. She went for a pint of beer for supper, and, on her ? return, he caught her savagely round the neck,-which so alarmed her that she struck ! at him with the pot over her shoulder. Ile then knocked her down again, and after kicking her in the side, thrust her out of doors. She begged of him several times to let her in, and endeavoured to obtain au entrance at the window, bu...

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

-Windsor. ON Monday morning last, this town pre- sented a scene of the most universal bustle and excitement, and from the variety of strange faces which made their appearance at almost every turn of the street.it was quite perceptable that something extraordinary was about to take place, for every second person the eye chanced to meet, attired in the fashionable togs of a swell, would be found, on close inspection, to be some sporting cove from the neighbourhood of Penrith, who had but just arrived in time to witness the match betweeo Mr. George Seymour's Lottery and Dr. Syntax, the property of the proprietor of thc Rose Inn, one of the most facetious, gay, and sporting little fellows to be found m this portion of the southern hemisphere, and although the poisoned tongue of slander has of late made efforts to traduce his good name, we are bound to say, from the many good qualities we know him to possess, that a more humane, generous sporting colonist does not exist amongst us. Match...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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The Genuine Sportsman, [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 28 March 1846

Xne Cenalno Sportsman, Às tlie late affair between Bungaree an Tom Sparks is about to become the subjcc of Legal enquiry, the present opportunit seems a fitting one, for whatever commen may be necessary, previous to the decisioi of the big wigs. We write to no party for no party, but.cu a party, whose pro vince it is to watch over interests, airead; tenacious-interests which are not limitée to tile ring, but which extend, more or less to every kind of sport obtainable be 'tween Cape Schank and Port Essington Bien. We have, in common with other (re C|uenters of Race Dinners, Archery Fetes Hunt xlalls, Red House rc-unions, &c. &c. been accustomed to hear amidst uproarioti mirth, the epithet " genuine sportsman/ coupled with the patronymic of some loca demi-god, who, like the far-famed hero o the Three Jolly Pigeons," had his weak- ness for some one of the many nationa games of our forefathers. We nave heart BARCLAY toasted as a " genuine sports- man"-we have listened i...

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

BATHURST. . St Patrick's Doy passed off very quiet in bar Town, in fact rather iniusnnlly so; there was one nflair came off during the day worthy of notice whieh was the laying out of a street of communica- tion between George and Itankiu-strects, the new street passing through some allotments of land belonging to Mr. Patrick White, who has named the new street after his patron Saint, "SAINT PATRICK." We are informed that he in- tends building a range'of-small tenements down each side of his new street, suitable for all me- chanics, labourers, ¿cc. This public spirited indivi- dual lias done more towards the improvement and convenience of Bathurst, than any other person in it; some seven or eight yenr3 ago, he erected three very spacious and commodious two story houses, which added considerably to its appearance, and one of them was soon nfter licensed as an Inn j about two years since, ho erected a dozen very convenient small tenements in Howick-strcct, which immediately had the ef...

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Country News. BATHURST. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 4 April 1846

I Oona try Se\n< BATHURST, BKEWIXO.-Notwithstanding that the nature of our climate at Bathurst is decidedly the best in the colony for the successful manufacture of this, nra may say, desirable beverage, but few of the parties who have attempted its production have been at all successful in producing anything drinkable, at all events when brewed for public use and sale ; and yet it is a fact that where private individuals have taken on themselves to brew beer, they have b'een eminently successful. We could name a gentleman in Bathurst who bas brewed beer for the use of him- self and family that equals any of the best home- brewed beer we ever tasted in the mother country. If a private individual can do this, it becomes a question how is it that parties who brew for the purpose bf sale cannot produce something better than spoiled water. We confess it is an enigma to ns which can only be solved by supposiug that the parties thus, brewing or rather boiling for public sale se...

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The Fat Phantom. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 4 April 1846

Tne Pat Phantom. Miduight was past by hlauy aa hour, Yet the moon was faintly Been Shedding her light on TEBUUTT'S old Tow'r, Where all were al rest I ween. No no ! not so, from his cottell in the dark A figuro was seen to move-, With noiseless step he descends) but hark ! What may that crashing prove-. The doors are flung open) titi casements removed) And a shout is raised from a voice, (Different fur from a souud that is loved Which uiaketh the heart rejoice). The voice is echoed, then silence prevails, Save a steady onward tramp, Such as heard ou the deck of a ship when she sails - While burns the midnight lamp. ' ' Oft hath this passed, aud we reek not its seeming, For wonder decreases as UöVelty ends ; And we deem it alone thu puré birth of our dreaming, So familiar grows strangeness that myst'ry atteudsi Lo! 'tis the hour of slumbers calm, Wearines bauish'd by gentle sleep, That sheds o'er the world its grateful balm, In which our sorrows awhile we steep. . One sleeper lies fo...

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TO C.D.—THE IMPOSTOR. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 4 April 1846

TO Cv Dv-TUE liirOSTOB. Shame, matchless mongrel, part a poet bred, l'art ape, part ass, and part the thing I dread ; A wretch, who soars his impious head, to crown .With pilfer'd laurels, vauutiug them his own. Give way, my pen, revenge, my muse inspire, To drub tuat scribbler aud atrocious liar ; \VUost gldriug eye ball scanu'd the yankee pago, And view'd with envy muses of the sage. With heart debased he craves the poet's fame, Reprints the verse with his inglorious name ; And fain would palm this deeply plotted scheme Upou our minds. Australia was his theme. From city's din, as pensively he strayed, " Adown the garden in A reacia's shade," May scan dui haunt him from those blissful bowers, To muse hereafter where just censure lowers.

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Varieties. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 4 April 1846

.Varieties. -o AMUKHERER SINGLED OÜT BY A DOG. There is at Nemours, in France a castle of very ancient structure : it -was-built by Cliurles the Fifth. On one of the chimneys in this building .there is a remarkable piece of sculpture. It represents a battle be- tween an unarmed, man and a mastiff, be- fore a multitude of spectators. The story is preserved on record, and is as old as the time of Charles the Fifth. It is as follows : -A person of some distinction was found early in the morning, by some peasants, dead, in the midst of an unfrequented wood, and with marks of violence on him ; by his tend him in his walks. The monarch was on the spot when the accident happened ; hé inquired with the utmost rigour after all that could be supposed guilty.. An ancient animosity between the deceased and aman of fortune in tlie neighbourhood had ren- dered him suspected. .His servants had sworn to his being in bed early ; himself gave asservations of having made tip the .dispute ; but the Kin...

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Second Day, Tuesday, Dec. 30, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 4 April 1846

Second Day, Tuesday, Dec. 30, 1845. Allipore Cliampaigne Sweepstakes, 50 G. M. each, 10 G. M. forfeit, for all Arab Maidens, on the 28th Dec. 1844, and 3 and 4 year olds. R...C;- Weight for age. To close and name 30th December, 1844. Forfeit to be declared by 2 p. tn. the day before the December Meeting 1845-6. Twenty-nine Subscribers. Mr. Barker's J Sheik Ibrahim's Mr. Roberts' Mr. Lokmaa's Mr, Leslie's Mr. Villiers' The Squire'3 . bk a c Niger , g a h Soldán , b a li Sliereef bac Achilles , g a c Jiuibnz. g a li Camel bah Amiens b a li Wizard g a h lllue Light bah Cahvallader 3 bah Quo Warran to gah Cockftuiaroo bah Ahmed gah Blueskin g a h Young Gazelle gah liuudoolali gah Bipari gah Dncoit g a li Repulso bah Nutcut 2 bah Oberon gah Albuera bah Bambino c a li OffHaud bah Energy b a li Scrooge bah Strong Wiud bah Give Him a Name g a h Oily Gammon. Second year of the Park-street Stakes, 25 G. M. P. P. for all Arab Maidens, im- ported subsequent to 1st January 1845, and not trained ...

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Police Reports. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 4 April 1846

Police Reports. -o- . MONDAY-A DISAPPOINTMENT! PLUN- KETT AO.UKST FLOOD.-NcVer in our recollection waa the Police Office thronged with expectant audi- tors as it was this morning, some having it that the worthy Alderman had thrashed the Attorney General! tho name of Plunkett being mentioned outside. In the Court, as it is called, the officials were quite silent on the subject, whilst under the portico, iu the yard, and as far os Wilkie's, groups may bo seen descanting on the impropriety pf an Alderman thrashing an Attorney-General! .The hubbub outside was at its lise when the ." King of the Cobblers," as he was familiarly termed at Hobart Town, made his appearance, and justified the Al- derman's conduct, by citing a case to which he.was witness, in the head Police Office, Dublin, some 28 years ago, when Sir Abraham Bradley King thrashed old Saurín, all through a row arising from a ballad singer on Essex Bridge, who was chaunting " John Bull and Paddy," Just,as the excitement was at ...

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Description of a Fox Chase hy a French Gentleman. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 4 April 1846

Description of a Pox Chase hy a French Gentleman. I youd me much relate yon great chasse to you, Monsieur Editor, I have just vit nesscd avec de chiens de Monsieur Craving, at the chateau of mi Lor Chichester, von league from this ville. ! "I vas me sitting at mine déjeune cematin ven I view von Gentlemans ride past upon a vite cheval, vit him a coleurc de rouge coat on, and von long vip in him hand. Vat for dis Gentleman coat ? I demande oTde vater; shall it be the King? * No, Sore,' said he, 'it be Monsieur Jacque 'lJunce going a hunting.'-' Vothim hunt?' said I,-* de fox,' said he. ' Ah de renard! I have me much heard of this hont de renard in Angleterre; I most certainly go. I viii me get my pistolets tout suite.' .You must have orse,' said the vaiter. ' Certainement !' said I ; ' a vite orse same as Monsieur Bunce;' but the stoopid yel- low got me one black, at vitch 1 vas much enrage, as I thought I vood be ridicule, for I did me see another gentlemans on a vite orse same as M...

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Third Day, Thursday, 1st january 1846. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 4 April 1846

Third Day, Thursday, 1st january 1846. Nineteenth íenewal of the Calcutta Great Weller Stakes of 10 G. M. each, with 50 j G., M. from the fund, for Maiden Arabs, list. 71b. each: gentlemen riders. To j close and name the day before the race. Sweëpstakes of 50 G. M. each, II. F. for all horses, Calcutta weight for age, 2 miles. Elepoo to carry 1st extra, and En glish horses to carry 2st. extra. To close J the 1st October, and name the day before the race. Maidens of the season allowed 71b., and Maidens on day bf the race allowed 101b. Mr. Barker's Soldán. 3 " Green's Sir Benjamin ...... 1 " Joues' Selim.. 2 Purse of 30 G. M. added to a Sweep- stakes of 30 G. M. each, H. F; for all Maiden horses; Heats Gilbert mile, 8st., 71b. each, English horses lo carry 3st extra ; horses that have never won at the time of I starting to be allowed 71b. To close 1st f Oct., and name the day before the race. Mr, Roberts " Barker " l'être " Green's Battledore 1 A Cup or piece of Plate presented by the...

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To the Editor of Bell's Life in Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 4 April 1846

To thc Editor of Bell's Life in Sydney. SIR,-You are doubtless aware that the persons engaged in takiug the population of thc colony left primed forms at the houses of thc several in- habitants to bc filled Up by them, in which they were requested to state the civil condition of the parties who sojourned at each house on the night of the first of March. You are also, I presume, cognizant of the provisions of the Sud clause of] the Act of Council, 0, Vie., No. 21, wherein, amongst other tilings, it is enacted, "That any person refusing or neglecting to answer, or wilfnlly glviug a false answer to the questions by the persous appoiuted to take the Census, or wilfully obstructing such persons, shall forfeit and pay a snm not exceeding five pounds." But there is a subsequent proviso to this clause to the effect " that nothing in this oct contained shall be deemed to anthorise any person appointed to collect information under the pro- vidions of the same to ask any other person directly ...

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Meltland District Races. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 4 April 1846

IVf altland District Races. Thc lovers of the turf had an excellent day's sport on Thursday last, on which day came ott" the races intended to have taken place on St. Patrick's Day, but postponed to Thursday, on account of the assize busi- ness extending to that day. The weather was fine, the ground in good order, and the spectators tolerably numerous. They would doubtless have been more su had the admirable character of the races been fore- seen. The following are the particulars : First Race.*-A prize of £5 (made up to £10), for all horses ; mile and a half heats. Mr. Rosscter's g. Gustavus. I 1 Mr. Recves's g. Cannonball. 3 2 Mr. Uoldstock's Robin Hood. 2 dist.fell. This was a capital race between Gusta- vus and Robin Hood ; Cannonball was all behind. In the first heat Gustavus took the lead for half a mik*, when Robin Hood came, up, and ran with him for another half mile. Gustavus then again got the lead, and thus they went down the hill, until Robin Hood again collared him at t...

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Fourth Day, Saturday, 3rd Jan. 1846. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 4 April 1846

Fourth Day, Saturday, 3rd Jan. 1846. Purse of 40 G. M. for Maiden Arabs, K. C. heats ;. entrance 20 G. M. H. F. if de- clared by 2 p. m. the day before the race. Calcutta weight for age. To close and name 1st October 1845. b a li Slieveef ha c Niger g a li Albuera bah Nutcut bah Oberon h a li Glaucus bah Quo Warranto bac Buckra gah Cockaniaroo gah Oily Gammon - gah Mavourneen bah The Merry Monarch bah Alchymist gah Camel b a h Cadwallader. Sweepstakes of 30 G. M. each, II. F. for all hotses, English excepted, £ of a mile,, 8st 71b each. To close and name 1st October, sud name the day before the race. Mr. Barker's Rocket 1 " Newton's Wamby Sweepstakes of 50 G. M. each, H. F.. far all horses, Calcutta weight for age ; 3 miles. Elepoo to carry 1st extra. En- glish horses to carry 2st extra. To close 1st October, and name the day before the race. Maidens allowed 7ib. . Mr. Barker's Leader 2 " Green's " Jones' Selim... 1 ' Time, O minutes 51 seconds. Sweepstakes of 50 G. M. half forfeit....

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To the Editor of Bell's Life in Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 4 April 1846

To the Editor of Bell's Life in Sydney. SIB,-Observing in your last number n report of the King's Plains linces, which, from the partial manner in which it is given, very clearly emanates 'from the pen of some not over-veracious Bathursto nian, I would wish, through tile medium of your journal, to offer a few remarks upon thc same, especially as a degree of censure is thrown upon the stewards to which they are certainly not en- titled. In the first place, tlie stewards arc blamed for putting a stop to the hack race, and your re- porter says he knows not whether it was from fear of their lives or from their inexperience in racing that they gave snch a decision. I think I can plainly show that it was from neither of the above causes, but that their decision was the only due that could in such a case be given. Nine horses were entered for the hacks, and the first heat was won by Minikan's horse. The rider of the second horse dismounted before being called upon to do so, but as he rode ...

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Fifth Day, tuesday, 6th January 1846. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 4 April 1846

Fifth Day, tuesday, Qlh January 1846. Purse or 50 G. M. added to a Sweep- stakes of 50 G. M. H. F. if declared the J day before the race, and only 15 forfeit, 1 declared by the day previous to the Meet in*, for all horses, 2 miles. Maidens al- lowed 101b. Elepoo to carry 1st extra; English horses 2st extra. To close and name 1st Dec, 1845. vrs. s - i st. lb 4 .. 8. 4 a .. .... .. 8 vi . Ö and aged .... 02 Mr. Jones' g a li Elepoo . Mr. Petre's- gab Crab 3 Mr. Barker's gah Soldán " . gah General, late Direct jr Mr. Roberts' B c f Morgiaua " .eeg Grasshopper Mr. Johnson's bah Selim 1. Blue Stakes of 50 G. M. for dil Maiden horses. Round the Course; Calcutta weight for age. English horses td carry 2 stone extra : horses imported after the 1st March, and untrained previous to that date, allowed 101b. Entrance 30 G. M. II. F. To close and name on the 1st June. Capt. Lovatt's bah Strathern Mr. Newton's nsw Lora Mr. Roberts' cns .«rf Queen Béa " bah Energy Shlek Ibrahim Vb a h Farewell '* ...

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