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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 4 April 1846
Zooal Intelligence. PETITT'S SOUTH HEAD HOTEL.-We are happy to observe that the invitation to this marine and convenient Hotel, for the purpose of shooting for a Gold Cup, was well attended on Monday last. Without exaggeration Petitt did all he promised in the way of dejunie and refreshments. The competition for the Cup, which was to have come off by Riñe Matches, was mutually agreed by those on the ground, should be won by Pigeon Shooting. Thir- teen entered the lists, and the Cup was won by Mr. Nicholas Newman. Several Rifle Matches took place immediately after, and all parties left the gtound pleased with each other and their entertainer. SALE OF MR. C. ROBERTS' VALUADLE BLOOD STOCK.-We call the attention of our readers, more especially our sporting friends, to the sale of this gentleman's SELECTION, which will take place' on Thursday next, by Mr. Samuel Lyons, at Armstrong's Repository, Castlereagh-street. The lot comprises some of the most valua- ble stock in the colony. THE OL...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 4 April 1846
CEDAR AT REDUCED PRICES. VARIETY OF TURNED WORK constantly on hued, at . . GEORGE PETTIT, having opened the above as an Hotel and Boarding-house, which commands a splendid viow. of the great South PaV ellie and Port Jackson, solicits the patronage of the public, assuring them that every attention will be .paid, particularly to invalids who require retirement, pure air, and tho sea breeze; Parties of pleasure will be supplied with break- fast, lnuoheon, and tea, at ls. Uti. per head. Wines, spirits, bottled'ale and porter, at Sydney prices. Good stabling. STEWART'S CEDAR YARD, Corner of Pitt and Bathurst-streets. SOUTH HEAD HOTE L, NEAR THE LIGHTHOUSE. THE ROYAL MAIL To Port Phillip, ITass, G o ul rj am, nerrima, «i.e., LEAVES TITTERTON'S every Tuesday, Wed- nesday, und Saturday ut 0 o'clock p. M. Fares : £ s. d. From Sydney to Picton. 0 10 0 " Berrima. 0 li 0 " " Goulbuni. l -l 0 " " Yass. 2 -i 0 Booking- Offices : Tulbot Ino; George-street, Sydney. Hurley's Hotel, Campbelltown. Mai...
Dr. Lang's Libol on the Jews. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 4 April 1846
Dir. Ziang-'s Xiibol on tno Jews. I was told by a magistrate oí the territory (says tiie Veracious clerical, in a letter to the Editors of the Sydney Morning Herald) that in conversing with a respectable mer- chant of the Jewish persuasion in the town of Melbourne, on the subject of the re- sumption of immigration, and the possible influx of as large and disproportionate a number of Irish Ruinan Catholics, as had arrived in that district, from the 1st Jan- uary, 1841, to the 30th of January, 1842, the Jew observed, ' that if these people were to be brought out for thc future in the same proportions as formerly, every Jew in the place would leave it", they would consider tue country as doomed." Here is a pretty old woman's tale ! which those who have known thc liberality of Mr. Lyons, and other respectable gentle- men of his persuasion in their subscriptions towards the erection of that beautiful Ca- thedral, St. Mary's, ns well as in the sup- port of its venerated founder, would not...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 4 April 1846
BATHURST RACES, 1840. STEWARDS: W. H. Suttor, Esq., M.C. | William Lee, Esquire. William Lawson, jun., Esq. JUDGE: Ci. ll. Green,Esr]. TltEASUBER : Mr.* Joliu Dargin. SECRETARY: Mr. W. H. Tress. CLERK OF TUE COURSE : Mr. Tilomas Whitton, First Day, Tuesday, April 21st. FIRST RACE. TH E ' Bathurst Town Plate' of £60, for all horses} weight for agc. Heats twice rbuuil thc course. Three entrances, or uo race ; entrance £H. - SECOND RACE. Tho Maiden Plate .of £30, for horses that noVcrwon an advertized prize exceeding JElO. Heats once round ; weight for age. . Three entrances, or no race ; entrance £ù. THIRD RACE. The Squatters' Purse of £-20, with a'sweepstake's of £3 each added ; threo times round thd course, carrying lOst. Tibs. Gentlemen riders. ? Threé entrances, or no race; eutrance £2. Second Day, Wednesday, April 22. FIRST RACE, A Hurdle Race for £20, with a sweepstakes of £i each added ; three tiroes ronud the course, over nine leaps four feet high» hurdle and cap} caxry ' iug ...
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 4 April 1846
Snipping- ZntoUlgence. -o ARRIVALS. MAROU 20.-The barque Sunflower, Oil tons, Forrester, master, from Liverpool the 11th Novem- ber. 30.-The barque Mary, 313 tons, Levens, master, from Greenock thc 0th November und Port Phillip the 20th' instant. APRIL 1.-The brig Dorset, 82 tons, Walsh, master, from Adelniile thc 22nd March. 1.-The brig Alfred, 123 tons, N'npper, master, from tíougkoug the 28tlt of January. 1.-The brig Louisa, 182 tons, Milton, master from Hobart Town the 26th of March. 1.-The cutter Mary Ann, 28 tons. Stavely, Newcomb.mastcr, from Port Phillip 20th March. 1.-The barque. Regia, 182 tons, Morrison, master, from Adelaide, the 22ud ultimo. DEPARTURES. MÀncn 08.-Tho barque Minerva, 285 tons, Browne, master, for Lanucestou. 30.-The-American whaler Rodman, 310 tous, master, for the South Sea Fishery. 30.-The barque Goldeu Fleece, 12C tons, John- son, master, for Newcastle. ApniL 1.-The schooner I Don't Know, Thomp- son, master, for New Zealand. 1. -The Marque Kinnear, Ve...
Hawkesbury Subscription Races. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 4 April 1846
CTiroknabtirv Subscription Saoea. THIS locale, though usually prominent' amidst the provincial towns for the go-along, shove-a head-keep moving spirit which ' seems to rule over the choice genii of the place, lias within the last few days been the scene of great activity and excitement; That the approach of this Maiden Meeting of-the year has also created, in other dis- tricts,-a sensation,known only to the lovers .of the Turf, has been attested by the arri- vals of both high and low degree, from all quarters of the colony ; and though, as but ah off-shoot of Britian's pride, and Eu- rope's tenor, and that too, in its infantile career, we can scarcely be supposed capa- ble of any attempt to vie with aristocratic England, in the elegance of equipage or other symbols of that pleasing pageantry, which at similar seasons, gilds the verdant ' flats of Ascot, Eglian, Epsom, Doncaster, Newmarket, or Lansdown, still " the sun .which rose so splendidly" on Tuesday Thorning displayed to the "...
SECOND DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 4 April 1846
SECOND DAY. The course was more thinly attended this day than on the previous one, the Kurrajongers probably thinking a spree necessary. As far as official interference is concerned, the arrangements were similar to those already described, with thc guar- dianship of aa additional moiety of the mounted police. Precisely at the appointed hour, the following horses carne to the post for Tho Publicans" Purse of 20 Sovereigns, with a Sweepstakes -of Three Sovereigns each added, tor horses of all ages, carrying weight for age ; heats, thrice round the course ; entcance, £2 10s. Mr. Doyle's b.g. Jorrocks, aged Ost. 01b. (Dunn). 1 1 Mr. lloyd's b. g Jumbug, Ost. 01b......... 2 dr. Mr, Badgery'a ch. m. Lady Morgan, Ost. 01b. 3 dr. No race ; Jorricks settled to win. Then came the grand event : A Hurdle Hace of £30, with a Sweep- stakes of £5 each added ; three times round, over nine stiff leaps, 4 feet high ; weight, list. 7lbs. ; entrance, £3. ' Mr. A. King's rn. g:Wallaby (Gorrick)... 1 - ...
Anecdotes. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 4 April 1846
Anecdotes. SÎORTINQ ANECDOTE OF TUE LATE LORD NELÍGN.-Lord Nelson had been shooting one day near Palermo,' aud on his return be and Captain" Mood came down to a small creek, where only ono boat lay, in which was a boy. Nelson enquired if the boy could shore them on board the flag-ship; for which he would pay him well. The lad did not know him in his shooting-jacket, and said he was waitiug for his muster, who belonged to a merchant brig, and he had orders not to stir from the beach, so he could not do it. " Let us take the boat by force," said Hood,' " tlie owner will not «Tare to grumble." " For that very reason 1 wou't allow it. - I have marked the boy dawn for a good one," was Nelson's auswer j " I would rather swim pu board, at the risk of being drowned, than do au unjust and tyranical act to one who flore ilot resent it. Here, boy, is a dollar for so well obeying your master's' orders. ' The master caine down at the time, ami thc sportsmen were accommodated with a shove alongsi...
Bathurst Circuit Court. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 4 April 1846
I Bathurst Circuit Court. Iiis Honor Mr. Justice Dickinson arrived about 9 o'clock an Sunday forenoon, and attended Divine Worship at our temporary church. Mos DAY, MARCH 23.-Bsfore Mr. Justice Dic- kenson. l'lié professional gentlemen present; were tho Solicitor-General, and Messrs. Lowe, Purefoy, Sut- tor, and Josephson, Esquires, Barristers-and Messrs. Bligh, Dillon, M'ltitosh, Stephens, and G. Wright, Solicitors. After...the reading of the Pro- clamation for the suppression of vice and immor- ality ; the first case called was, MURDER. Duncan Clarke, stood indicted for the Wilful murder of John Roberts, at a place called Julina butta, on the lilli of December lust ; it appeared that the deceased, his wife, and the prisoner were iu the employ of Mr. Bowman at the above-named station ; au the day named, tho deceased com- mitted a gross assault ou the prisoner by beating and kicking him, and afterwards attacked the pri- soner's mother-threatening he would .« settle her too"-caught h...
Multurn In Parvo. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 4 April 1846
Maltaxa In Parvo. The amount ïn the. treasurer's hands tn the early Î.art of thc week for the relief of the sufferers in the ate " bush fires,**', in* the neighbourhood' of Liver* pool, was £119 17si,3d., sittco which several Sums uave'bceu added to the fund.-The blacks' in the neighbourhood of'the Bellinger Uiver have com- mitted a sanguinary depredation within the last few weeks, whereby titree individuals located at Mr. John Robertson's cedar cutting -station were in- humanly murdered. ? The names of tile victims of this.barbarous outrage are Daniel Devlin, his.wife, and Dennis Cheyne.-A fellowjby the name of Car- ney, a Norfolk Island expirepi^jbo jumped on and rode off with the horse of a respectable settler, from George street, yesterday Week, was captured, after a diard chase, at Lansdown Bridge, haviug fled to the river for shelter ; he has beeu, fully committed for trial.-A number of the pagan Coolies have reached . Sydney by tho " Orwell," under indenture to Mr. Towns, Mr....
Death of Christian Urban, [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 11 April 1846
Death of Christian Urban, Christian Urban, first alto of the Royal Academy of music j expired at Paris in No- vember. He was a consummate musician, and highly esteemed in the musical world. Short, ill-shaped, invariably wearing a sky blue coat, and dining every day at thc same table at the Café Anglais, Urban was well known for his originality. But whai above all distinguished him was an extreme devotion, the minute practices of which hi scrupulously followed, he went to mas: every day of the week, and on Sundays attended every service.-At night, he brought with him to the opera orchestre pious books, which he read with unctior whenever he was permitted to quit his bon for a moment. You will ask why so de- vout an artist had engaged at the opera, He deplored it, but had been obliged tc enter the band. Urban had at first devoted his talents to sacred music, but it had not yielded him enough to live upon, and necessity had thrown him into the dramatic world a theatrical musician. AU t...
FOURTH AND LAST DAY. POSTSCRIPT. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 11 April 1846
. ''' FOURTH AND LAST DAY. , . ., . . POSTSCRIPT- ..... , : Wo.stop thc. press to miiioimco the'result of to- day's races, (conclntäi.ng thó'races.'for tho year), which 'consisted-bf ' two . private' matches for JG20 ench, as under, and something more; ' v-n: . Y ' . :? rinsx MATCH.: . Jlr. Borradaile's b. f. Queen of Hoarts,four years ; ! old,.0 st.. .li Jlr. Colyor's b.c. Figaro, 2 years old, 7st. 121b..3.. ! Distance, titree quarters of a mile. Won easily. .'.,, 8EC3XD,MATCH. . / ..j, . . ,, Mr. D. C. Simson's eh. f. Sorceress, dam. Moss . lioso, two years old ........... . . . 1/ Mri T. H. Pylto's b. c/.JqunvB|rti\(W:Tom'i?!:; . Smart, as the Pauiot blunderingly has'it).. '2 i Distance-One mile and a distance, which was ruh.'in two minutes fifteen 'seconds, 'and'won' by o length aud a half. Then followed the ? 1 ,,! .,; ; HACK HACE»; ; i -, j.-. /. lt* ?' Of 10 Sovereigns, with entrance adtlod/pf 2 .Sove, reigns each, for hacks, the property .pf subscribers of not less than one ...
No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 11 April 1846
SAXON RETENDE.-"England's weakness," says Mr. O'Connell, " in Ireland's, opportunity." We would reverse tbs maxim. Ireland's weakness is the opportunity of England; and we hope that England will take it-to help her. When the pota- toes' are gone, let os give her bread. But let us take speolal oáre that it shall be literally, bread. Let us relieve her in kind ; bat not trust her with a penny 9f cash ¡ at least, while her Aagitator keeps a beg- ging box. -
To Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 11 April 1846
To Correspondents. JESPÀB.-The Bank most unquestionably hos the power to stop payment of the cheque auder the circumstances stated. AMICUS-Newcastle.-Slionld Lave paid the postage of his communication. SPECTATOR.-Should have sent Iiis name. PUG.-From the latest intelligence receîveil (Bell'« Life !n London, Nov. 30.) it seems that the match between Caunt and Bendigo had not been closed, though a previous number of the same Journal led ns into a belief to the contrary. The paragraph to which we now allude is subjoined, viz.:-" Cannt'a benefit at the Tennis Court to- morrow evening is attracting mach of the atten- tion of the milling hemisphere. He will be pre- pared, as he has already said, to make the match with Bendigo (or a thousand. It is not very likely Bendigo will attend to the summons." We believe legal proceedings for the recovery of the stakes are still pending. Queties not answered this week, will bc attended to in oar nest. We have to reqnest that all parties indebted to ...
BELL'S LIFE IN SYDNEY. SATURDAY, APRIL 11, 1840. Races to Come. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 11 April 1846
BELL'S LIFE IN SYDNEY. SATURDAY, APRIL ll, 1810. Race» to Come. Petersham-Easter Sports... 13th April. AMtttcli at Coultous's Course 14th April. Bathurst.. .... 21, 22, & 23 April. .Campbellfield. 28, 20, i 30 April. Muswellbrook. 22,23, and 21 April Homebush(AutumnMeeting 27, 28, and 20 May
Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 11 April 1846
&oeal XntelUrenca. I BOOK- STA H.S.-The facilities afforded I for the disposal of stolen books by the proprietors of book stalls in Sydney, call for an immediate check. We did hunt down that species of pawnbroking which held out encouragement to theft of another description, and are now determined to give the receivers of stolen books the quietus. It is become next to impossible for an individual to retain a book in his possession on which he sets any value, so long as the thief can get an unprincipled purchaser, and when the bargain Í3 closed, the book is laid in plant, till some gentle- man from the interior enquires of the book- seller if he have got a book of such a des- cription, when it is immediately produced from its hiding place, and a profit of 100 per cent obtained. This we understand has been the fate of a book of Mr. O'Don- nell's, advertised in another part of our paper, and has been the fate of several others, no doubt. THE EAST INDIA COMPANY'S HonsES -The Str...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 11 April 1846
TS; PUBLISHED each Satur day morning at the Printing Office,; 17, Bridge-street, where all communications will he received. [The terms are 6s. Od. per quar- ter, and advertisements will he charged, 2s. 6d. for the first inch, with lsJ for every additional inch of spaçè^rrrThe Quarters terminate on the 31st March, 30th June, 30th September, and the 31st of December. '. Parties wishing to discontinue, can only do so hy paying up to the end of the current quarter; and those entering their names as Sub- scribers, will only be charged from the date of their commencement. NO TI CE .-A dvertisers must specify upon the back of their orders the number of insertions, otherwise they will be continued until coun- termanded.^
SECOND DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 11 April 1846
SECOND DAY. Yesterday beiug thc second day for the exhibition of the " tinfish" prowess of the province, not less anxiety as to the result was apparent than in the former day. True it is that the Van Diemonians being beaten out of tho field on the previous day, Paul Jones would not again chance his " blushing Dis-houors," but as Petrel the victor of the Town Plate, was expected again to compete for tho palm of victory in tho Ladies' Purse, the event excited no little uttention. The morning was anything but propitious, the bright disk of tho ann being " sicklied o'er with the pule face of care," obscured with vapours, clouds fco., so thal those who consented to forego the first day's fun, were sorry for their bargains, when be- holding the shocking bad day they were likely to enjoy. However, as the hours of egress from Mel- bourne approached, the god of day brightened up and got iuto good humour, the tear from his eye begau to vanish, and first commencing with a pen- sive smile, abou...
Agents for this Journal. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 11 April 1846
Agents ;toT tni»: Journál.'"' v'"^\* Mu. THOMAS' DOWSE. - - Brisbaue Town '-*",'," S.'H.RAPSBY ''-"-'Si Maitland ';, ' TOLLY"' -"'I""- Newcastle " ' '. *" HUOB>TAYLOB~- : i-!-- .Parramatta * Í " -j JAMES GULLE*.^Windsor..--i., . .! " Jous.TAIT- - ;-.- /-Hartley,, ;. ,¡ ~,)~j*.ßOr A. LOWE - Vi'- '- -Baihurst? V - " .. THOMAS WALSH ' r,,JZ. ~"r ^ Yttss- V J, * ' '-.,'" ^U'ALÍST'RB .- ' ':'' - - - 'Broulee ' ' ' '?' ' " R.'WABD-' '.-.. ;i : '- Muswellbrook*' :" " . DOYLES - - - - - -' - Berrima ?.!;>. ' j.-.,,. SlErjtloa, i- >-, Goulburn] > c -,.,'.....,. - _.?) Campbelltown, , ; "' J. FLOBBKCE M'CABTIIY ' J- Picton, and [ ''' " .'J",V'" A ?' "' J ; Liverpool; '*-': Printed and' published by THOMAS BEVEL JOHMSOK ?; of Bridge-street; at the Priming Office, 17, Colon- nade, Bridge-street. ' -;