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THIRD DAY.—(THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 11 April 1846
THIRD DAY!-(TnunsD.w. I If, on,tue two former days' racing already chroni- cled in our columns, wo were enabled to show that the sports were " nut so dusty," it is to be regretted that in placing ou record the third day's racing, we with truth aud sorrow must add they were most particularly so, for.never within the.recollection of the Port Phillipian have such dense clouds of dust been witnessed, as those which enveloped thc lince Course.yesterday. Add to this a hot wind till one o'clock, and then the reader may imagine how keen must have been thc interest excited by the an- ticipated racing of tlie dayi in witnessing so many hundred persons present,-undcr such adverse cir- cumstances, to participate in thc sport. Fortunately, however, this stute of things did not continue till the end of the chjipter, for beforo the Hurdle Hace came on, the wind changed-to the cold quarter, slackened, and .left the racing ground sufficiently clear to wituess this always exciting and interesting run...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 11 April 1846
THE ROYAL MAIL To Part Phillip, Yass, Goulburn, Berrima, LEAVES TITTERTON'S every Tuesday, Wed- nesday, and Saturday at 5 o'clock P. M. Fares : £ s. d. From Sydney to Picton. 0 10 0 " " Berrima. 0 14 0 " . " Goulburn. 14 0 « Yass.2 4 0 TJooliin- Offices : Talbot Inn, George-street, Sydney. Hurley's Hotel, Campbelltown. Mail Coach Hotel, Berrima. Salutation Inn, Goulburn. Mr. Walsh's Inn, Yass. REDUCED F\RES TO GOULBURN AND YASS, WITH COMFORT, CIVILITY, AKD INCREASED SPEED. J. H. JONES, BEGS to acknowledge the very extensive patron- age he has received from the public, and_ nt the same time to assure them that the system which has so signally met with their approbation will be continued, and that at rednced prices. FARES. From Sydney to Pilton... From Sydney to Berrima . From Sydney to Goulburn From Sydney to Yass.. BOOKING OFFICES. Mr. Holman's, White Horse, Georgä-street, Sydney; Mr. Morris's, Forbes Hotel, Campbell- town; Mr. Mandelson's, Goulburn; Mr. Quail's, Yass. THE COACH. Le...
Hawkesbury Subscription Races, [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 11 April 1846
Hawkesbury Subscription Race»» ON the last day of this meeting the cours was more densely thronged than on eithe of the preceding ones, A report havin got wind' that a member of the swell mo was amongst the company, the precautio and anxiety of the Kurrajongers becam highly amusing. To be knocked dow: and robbed upon the highway, was t many a matter of which use had divestei novelty, but to have the dexterous am dexter digits of a plausible and decent!; attired imposter delicately insinuated inti the recesses of the Fob, or to find j 'vacuum upon the the new principle, wher the scissors has been substituted for thi air pump, would be a circumstance fraugh with astounding singularity to the untu tored denizens of the place. No wonder therefore, that the quaint looking indivi .dual, who for the three days had beer prouling .about the race course, and thc town should have been regarded with sus- picion ; since despite the ineffectual efforts .of gaudy "and ill-adapted dress-despite the...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 11 April 1846
CAMPBELLFIELD RACES. THESE Races are postponed to 28tb, 29th, and &nbsp; 30th April, in consequence of the 21st being the day of meeting of the magistrates for granting the annual licenses to publicans. The races will come off on the above three days as already ad- vertised; except that on the second day there will be a Hurdle Race for all approved hacks, for IO Sove reigns, added to a Sweepstakes of 2 Sovereigns each ; 2 miles; 6 leaps, 3 ft. 6 in. high ; lOst. 71b. each; to come off after the Steeple Chase. There &nbsp; will be no deduction made from any winner for the fund. The gate, &c., will bo let to the highest bidder at noon of the 13th April, at Mr. Hurley's. RICHARD WADDY. Hon. Secretary. Campbellfield Races, &nbsp; 7th April; 1846 &nbsp; I M PORTANT; To Travellers from and to New England, and the Liverpool Plains Districts. '. WOOLPACK INN, SCONE. HENRY PIERCE, proprietor of tho above Inn, in returning his siuccre thanks to those ge...
English Extracts, [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 11 April 1846
English Extracts, TUE MANDARIN AND THE ENGLISH LADY.-The degraded position of females in China is well known. Nothing aston- ishes the China-men who visit our mer- chants at Hong Kong su much as the de- ference which is paid by our countrymen to their ladies, and tire position which the latter are permitted to hold in society. The very servants express their disgust at seeing their ladies permitted to sit at table with their lords, and wonder how men can so far forget their dignity. . A young En- glish merchant recently took his youthful wife with him to Hong Kong, where the couple were visited by a wealthy mandarin. The latter regarded the lady attentively, and seemed to dwell with delight on her movements. When she at length left the apartment, he said lo the husband, in his imperfect English, " Wat you give for that wifey wife yours?" ,", Oh," replied the husband; laughing at the singular error of his visitor, «'.2,000 dollars." This our merchant thought would appear to thc Chine...
Lines among the Leaves. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 11 April 1846
UM« amone tb« Jfce»*«». I Have yo hean) the west wind singing, «here the summer trees aro springing, Hate ye counted o'er the many tunes it knows 5 For the wide-wiuged spirit rangeth, aud its ballad metre chaugeth As it goes. A plaintive wail it makelh when the willow's trees it shalceth, Like tíew-bom .infant sighing in its sleep; And the branches, low and slender, bend to list the t' .-strain so tender, \\ Till they weep. Another, tale 'tis. telling, where the clustered elm is -'swelling; With dancing joy, that seems to laugh outright ; And the. leaves, all bright and clapping, sound like .. , haman Angers snapping With delight. .Tlié fitful key-note shifteth where the heavy oak uplifteib, A.diadem of acorns, broad and high ; Aud it chnunts with muffled roariug like an eagle's . wing in soaring .. . To the sky. Now the breeze is freshly wending, where the gloomy - -yew is bending, To shade green graves and canopy the owl ; And it gives a mournful.whistle that remindetli of thc mis...
Police Reports. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 11 April 1846
Valle« Keperu. ! MONDAY,^-The Police Office this morn- ing was like this day week, thronged with litigants and anditors. Owing to the want of attention on the part of the magistrates, a considerable portion of the day was lost ; Captain Tnnes arrived shortly after s is«, and disposed of 10 drunkards in the nsnal form, mnnngst. whom there was not a single female! The Court then adjourned till 10 o'clock, and the doors remained closed till ll ! It was , again adjourned Until 1 o'clock ! for the purpose of hearing a case of forgery. In the early part of the day Bridget Donoahue, charged with being drunk, disorderly, and a common prostitute, found favour with hts Warship, and was discharged. Thomas ¡ Kirkman, for a breach of the Licensing Act, was sentenced to pay a fine of £i and costs, A NoTomous CHARACTER.- George Haves was charged with stealing 3 gig whips, value 21s"., from the shop of Mr. Brash, Reorse-street, on Saturday evening. According to Mr. Brash's testi- mony, the fellow h...
SUMMER HILL. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 18 April 1846
. SUMM Kit HILL. . . On Monday last thc spurting geutry in this neigh bonrhood were all ou the qui vive, tu consequence of a match that was to come off betweeu Mr. Phillips' bay horse " Satelite," and Mr. North s grey poney " Sheelah ;". the uiatcU was for £10 aside-distance mile heats-catch weights. Before starting the odds were greatly in favour of the horse, he beiug a known good one, and carrying some- thing Under 5 st., whereas the pony, which is only Û ' years: carried nearly Sst In both heats the horses started well together, but the lead was quickly taken by the Illly, and maintained with ease, coming in and winning ly several lengths. To make up the amusements of the day a sweepstakes was afterwards got up, for which -Í horses started. The first beat was woit by Mr. Crook's " Charlie," but " Satelite" took the second aud third ; and so ended the day's sport, the greatest harmony pre- vailing amongst punies, the winners and losers ud journing together lo refresh themselves w...
BATHURST. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 18 April 1846
. BATHURST. MÖCKETT'S Ftoun MILI..-Wo are happy to an- nounce that the whole of the machinery for the steam engine has arrrived at Bufhuist, and that the engineer and two assistants' have been busily em- ployed fdr a fortnight past in erecting it; and it may be calculated on with certainty that in 3, or, at the farthest, 4 weeks from thc present date, they will be able to get the steam uri, which will be a great . accommodation to the settlers in this district and ' the surrounding neighbourhood, as we understand 'that at another steam mill, not fur from our town, it is by no means an unusual circumstance for a dray loaded with wheat to be detained ten days be- fore it can bc grouud. All loss and inconvenience will be obviated when, Mbckëtt's mill is going ; a ' settler can then bring his load of wheat in the ?^morning, ger it grouud during the day, aud his team may leave town the same evening. We wish the spirited proprietor every rossible success in his undertaking. LIBEL.-The Bat...
Multum in Parvo. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 18 April 1846
Tri ul tum in Parvo* On Saturday last Mrs. Chisholm was waited oh by Dr. Nicholson, M. C., Clark Irving, Esq., anti several members of the committee, who were un- pointed to superintend the subscription for a lesli moiiiul to be presented to her, when the pliilnn-" thropic lady was presented with one of the value of SOU Guineas. She sailed for Kngluud in the ship Dublin ou Tuesday.-Mr. Francis Allman, junior, has been suspended from his office of Commissioner of CroWn Lands for the District of Liverpool Plains, fur being absent therefrom without leave since 21st January.-Ou Tuesday evening last, W. C. Vent worth, Esq;, and W. Ulandi Esq.; Members for the City of Sydney, were admitted Brothers of the Su- preme Grand Lodge of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows in Australiu.-(Ju Monday lust; Mr. Alderman Allen enterlaiued upwurds ol SOO children belonging to thc Sunday Schools of the Wesleyan connexion, together with their teachers, ut his resi dence, Toxteth Park; the children mid t...
Scandalo[?]s case of Seduction by a Clergyman. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 18 April 1846
Scandalous case of Seduction I»y a Clergyman. Au exceedingly heart-rending case of seduction hus recently occurred in the neighbourhood of Leeds; the cirunmstunces connected with which iure of Ute most monstrous kind. What adds to the bluckness of the crime is¡ that the perpetrator is a clergyman, married, and the father of a family of children. His name is Sweet, and he is the curate of Hunslet Chapel, Leeds. Tho victim is a young lady for- merly of excellent character, the member of a family highly respected by till who kuow them. It seems that the clergyniuu was introduced to the family while tho mother lay on her death-bed; and it was while he was enguged in regularly adminesteriHg thc consolations of religion that the seduction took place. Thc young lady became enceinte, and about three months ago suddenly left her home, none of her friends knowing whither she had gone. Their distress may easily be imagined. Suspicion, how- ever, fell on the clergyman ; aud the circumstances be...
Local intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 18 April 1846
Saocal intelligence» THE LATE BUSH FIRES.-Owing to the prevalence of the hot winds throughout the whole of Saturday, for which there has been no precedent within, the recollection of the oldest inhabitant, at this season of the year, the bush was on fire in several places. Between the Heads and Broken Bay the fire raged to a considerable extent, but the greatest injujes sustained were in the neighbourhood of Parramatta, the" vinyard and orchard of H. H. Macarthur, Esq., having been partially destroyed, and but for the spirited and intrepid conduct of the 58th Regiment there, would not be .a vestige of that gentleman's dwelling-house, outbuildings, or orchard.], remaining. Mr. Macarthur's fences and several others in the neighbourhood were, reduced to ashes. The exertions pf the military saved the fe- male orphan school ; but for them it would have fallen a prey lo the devouring element. A large quantity of sawn limber was. des- troyed^ whilst the sawyers were actually burned out, th...
To Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 18 April 1846
FISTIO,-¿Jem Belcher fought Andrew Oarr,ble, at WIMBIEPOS, 'on December 23nil, 1B0O, and licked him ia seven minutes. W. C.-A Handicap Match is, A, B, and C, to put ian equal sum each into a hat; C, who is the handicapper, makes a match for A and B, who, Vrhen they have perused it, put their hands into "their pockets, and draw them out closed ; then tiley open them together, and if both hare money in their hands, thc match is confirmed : if neither nave money, it is no match. In both cases the handicapper draws all the money out of the hat ; but if one hos money in his hand, and thc other none, 'then it is no match ; und he that has money in his band is entitled to the deposit iu . the hat. A. B.-For the best of the heats, the horse is se- cond that beats the other horses twice out of three il nea, though he did not win a heat. AMICUS.-Five Card Cribbage. - Hand - 6 of spades, 0 of clubs, and 0 of diamonds - sturt, 3 of diamonds, count 8.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 18 April 1846
STOLEÑ FROM THIS OFFICE, AVOLUME of the 5th Edition of " FISTIA.NA." The Book has the '.owners name, Hugh Fred. ' O'Donnell, written across the leaf on several pages. The work has been traced to a book-stall in the City where it was purchased by the HONEST? genius of the place, for the sum of Three Shil- lings* and is now supposed to be in the possession of some gentleman in the interior, who re-purchased it noni the aforesaid HONEST book- stall man in the City. ? Any information leading to its restoration, .or to the conviction of the thief, will be thankfully re- ceived, and moderate remuneration granted. Apply to the Editor of this paper. SUBSCRIBERS to this Jour _ nal, and others, are requested to take notice, that from and after this date no receipt will be ac- knowledged or held valid unless on blue paper, and signed by the pub- lisher. T. REVEL JOHNSON. ; March 30.
To the Editor of Bell's Life in Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 18 April 1846
To the Editor of Bell's Life in Sydney.] SIR,-In reference lo your advertisement of Saturday" last, alleging " that a volume of the 5th edition of Fistiana, stolen from your office, had been traced to a book-stall in Hunter-street,, the. honest (1) genius of which purchased it for three shillings, that it was supposed to be now In the possession of a gentleman in the interior who repur- chased it from the aforesaid honest book- seller," I beg leave to state, as I might possibly be the honest (?) genius alluded to, that 1 am ready to make affidavit, if ne- cessary, that such book, was never in my possession, anti that ' 1 have never either seeíTór'purchasíd such a book since roy arrival .in the colony. How you obtained the knowledge bf its having been sold far three shillings, unless the thiel himself gave you the information, I know not, but I feel confident every impartial reader will per- ceive that your statement is without foun- dation. The other two booksellers in Hunter-street...
Murder on the High Seas. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 18 April 1846
Marder on tbe High Seas. SINCE the time that Drunanond, the master of the " Mary," on her passage from New ,,Yprk to Cork, in the year 1828, murdered SEVEN-of the crew, we have heard of toothing--to compare therewith, but the horrible details'which we herewith annex, as extracted from the London Weekly Dis- patch, abd Britannia newspapers of No- vember last. For the information of OUr readers it Will be observed that a vessel called the i'ory, a free trader of 608 tons burden, was on her way from Hong Kong to England in the montis of September and October last; that, during the passage, the captain's application to the bottle brought on the " blue devils," and whilst in that state he amused himself by murdering one portion and mutilating the other of his crew,through his iuherent savageness, and that, as soon as he arrived at Deal* he had foresight enough through his madness to give the survi- vors into the custody of the authorities for an assumed mutiny. Sixteen of the crew were» ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 18 April 1846
J S PUBLISHED each Satur ??. day mooring1: at the Printing Officej 17, Bridge-street, where all -communications mil be received. *rhe terms are 6s. Od. per quar- ter-, and .advertisements will be charged, 2s. Od; for the.first inch, With, law for* every, additional inch. ¿oi?«5>ace,-The Quarters '"terminate on Áthe 31st March, 30Ui 4ujn|§ ëcember» Parties wishing tö discontinue, can only do so by 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. N O TIC E .-^Advertisers must specify upon the back of their orders the number of insertions, otherwise they will be continued until coun- termanded.
To the Editor of Bell's Life in Sydney. CUMBERLAND SHARP SHOOTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 18 April 1846
To thc Editor of Bell's Life in Sydney. CUMBERLAND SHARP SHOOTERS. Sin,-The above heading to many in this Co- lony would at once call up recollections of by gone duys, in either having belonged to that crack corps of Riflemen, or seen them cither on a field day, or ball practice. As it is not unlikely the Government at home, in making such additions to their navy, as also in the army, have had nn eye either ou the Autocrat of Russia in endeavouring to find his way to the Affghan couutry, or perhaps the redoubted hero of Algeria, waiting most impatiently formte decease of old Louis Thillip, now nearly 00 years of age and perhaps the doings of the French at Tahiti (ouo would think they wantonly butcher aud des- troy at that place on purpose to kick up a quarrel with England.) There is not much fear of brother Jonathan. To those who think on passiug events, must wonder what all the doings at home are in- tended fort and to those on the shores of England's distant Colony of New South Wu...
Challenges. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 18 April 1846
?- . - Cbolleng-eBV - '. -_ Tho "lighting snob" of Morpeth in addi- tion to his challenge of tho 11th of April, is now prepared to back himself for ÍÍ20 on each event ; to exhibit the smartest of snob apprentices-to fight his dog " bully" 201bs. weight, and his game cock " bounce" iilbs. Ooz. against any thing in tlie Colony of the same description. Answers must be returned before the 7th of May ri 840. Charles Rutherford, of Parramatta, is ¿pen to run Nap Dilliou, of Sydney, ou o hundred yards, for £ö or £10-to run in Parramatta. .