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Central Criminal Court. MONDAY, 6TH APRIL, 1846. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 18 April 1846

Central Criminal Court. .-o MONDAY, flin APRIL, 1840. John Smith,. free by servitude, committed hy H. C. Lethbridge at Penrith for horsestealing, guilty ; 10 years transportation. Edward Muller, bond, au nssigucd servant to tlie Lunatic Asylum, Turban Creek, committed bv G. W. Elliott, Esq., P. M., Parramatta, on 25.11 Jan , for assault on Mr. Digby, the Superiuteudeut, with intent to murder, guilty of common assault ; re- manded for sentence. James Scott, alias Magrath, free by servitude, committed in Sydney by the Mayor Tor burglary and stealing in a dwelling, guilty ; transported for 7 years. The Chief Justice presided; TUESDAY, APRIL 7. William Bartle, ticket-of-leave, James Lennnti, ditto, and Robert Jones, free by servitude, the two former committed ou thc .'list January and the latter ou the -1th instant for rape, were couvictud of an assault, aud sentenced to lil months lubour in Syduey gaol eachi William Murphy, free by servitude, and Michael Shields, ticket-of-leave, commi...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Central Criminal Court. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 18 April 1846

? -Central Criminal Court. . MONDAY,APRIL 13.-Before his Honor tlie Chief Justice. . V . MANSLAUGHTER. Thomas Wall, late of Sydney, butcher, ? . was indicted for killing and slaying James Russell, by striking him on the lip with . "his fist, upon, the 6th of March last, thereby inflicting certain mortal wounds, and from the effects of whick the said V James Russell expired in teu days after- wards. Tlie prisoner pleaded not guilty and " . was defended by Mr. Lowe. ., . Tlie evidence for the Crown was similar lo that at the inquest upon Russell, a de- tailed report of which bas already been published. The death of Russell was proved by thc evidence of thc wardsmen of tho infirmary, into which institution he had - been received :in the belief that he was . laboring under an attack of lock-jaw. Mr. M'Crae, the surgeon of the infirmary, was -examined as to the cause of Russell's death, which he described , as having árisen from ?tetanus, and this, lie was of opinion, had been produced b...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 18 April 1846

THE CAT'S-MEAT MAN'S WIFE.-" And how did you get on after you were mar- ried ?" " Olí 1 much the same as most people do, I believe. That is, I found courting one thing and marriage another ; and I tell you what it is, master, courting is lik¿ smoothing down a cat's back, all nice enough while she keeps her claws in ; .but marriage is like roughening the cat's back the wrong way, and then she put's her claws out, and that makes quite a different business of it, as I soon found out." " How was that ? Did your husband beat you ?" " Of course he did ; bul that was nothing ; it is what every wife must ex- pect now and then ; but that wasn't the worst ; I was soon obliged to take the bar- row and go a crying cat's meat all day, and that was more than a respectable young woman, delicately brought up as I was, could bear." "And who was your father?" asked I. " He was in the service of the great Mr. ? , I forget his name, who al- ways contracted for all the dust in our parish." " I see," sai...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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Loith Gymnastic Games. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 18 April 1846

Xroitb Gymnastic Games, Thèse games came off last season, and attracted a large concourse of spectators. The day was favorable till about the close of the sports, when it. began to rain, but not so heavily as to create much inconveni- ence.! .The Provost and Magistrates of Leith were present, and presented the medals.lo the successful competitors. The rifle and fowling-piece shooting commenced on the Sands in the morning at 7 o'clock ; and the gymnastic games came'.'ofF oh - the Links, ; beginning at 9 o'clock A. M., and terminating at 6 P M. A small party of Highlanders,- dress'ed;;inVnative costume, danced a number, of reels and strathspeys, and played., some; beautiful airs.upon the bagpipes, which gave ari agreeable variety to the amusements'; and relieved the tedium occasioned by arranging' the; preliminaries of the different games.. The day's proceed- ings were wound up.with'a-dinner tri the New Ship'Hote),at which'Councillor Wal-, lace presided. ' We subjoin a list of the suc...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 18 April 1846

ON Thursday last thc Town was placarded l>y hand bills, denouncing Capt. Cockburn, of lier Majesty's 11th Regiment of Foot, .as a "SCOUNDREL and ¿ COWARD." The matter, we understand, originated in the alleged seduction of a young female, respectably connected, who, on Sunday -evening last, was induced to visit the quar- ters of' the abovenamed swain ; he being, by the way, out of his teens, and far re- moved- from that romantic period of life in which «ither 1 sighs or lollypops would be supposed lo haveá softening effect. . The. lady however, enamoured, opposed the wishes of her friends to return, and" .after a' scene which'we*are loath to chro- nicle- she was restored - vi et armis to her family.*' Then: follows a hostile message from some male relative, to which this modern PARIS refuses td reply,' his friend intimating-that the; rules bf the service precluded . the possibility of any officer taking: part.- in a^uel. - We are aware of the recent* regulations' to which allusion...

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 — 18 April 1846

SPARRING. THE admirers of the art of Self-defence are respectfully informed that ' THOIYIAS S PARSES. Intends takiug a BENEFIT on WEDNESDAY, April 33ud, when . ALL THE.FANCY WILL BE PRESENT To render him their assistance. BPABRIS'Q TO COSÍ HENCE AV SEVEN O'CLOCK. THE WONDERFUL HEIFER !? THIS extraordinary phenomenon, having,FIVE 1'EllFEO I" LEGS, a DOUBLE SPINE, aud iii perfect health, »ill be exhibited in SMITH'S PERAMBULATOR for a short time previous to its transmission to England. Private families wishing to see this singularly formed uiiimal can have it brought to their doors at a moderato expence; CITY LIVERY STABLES NOTICE OF REMOVAL. aS. CLARKE, late of the Orin ot." Smith and ^Clarke," of thu Rose and Crown Livery Stables, begs leave most respectfully to return his sincere ami grateful thanks to thc public generally, fur the very liberal support thoy hav>> favoured him with during the last six years and upwards, and ha trusts still tr> merit a future encouragement u...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Bowling Club. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 18 April 1846

Bowling Club. The Members of this Club finished their season on Saturday evening last, at the usual place, of rendezvous, the Boundary Stone. We need scarcely observe that the meeting passed off in the style which usu- ally characterizes the re-unions of similar distingué bodies in the mother country, and though we have hitherto: failed to notice matters connected with the Association, early attention will be paid to the subject. The Spread, recherché in itself, did as ample credit to the worthy hostess, as the effective gastric juice of the guests, did justice to the contents of the " groaning board." .

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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The Licenced Victuallers' Act. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 13 June 1846

j Ytxo licenced Victualler*' Act. AN important anti judicious A mend mer has been introduced in tho new Licencin Act, which is intended to take from the in former all participation in the penalties ir curred, by requiring them to be paid int the Public Tieasury.. These penalties hav always held out a strong inducement to e> aggerate facts even to the limits of perjury and also to tempt the informer, who is gene rally a constable, to neglect his duty in h over eager pursuit of them. Instead < striving to protect the persons .ind the prc perty of the citizens, constables frequentl find it a much more profitable occupatio to turn eavesdroppers and spies, and I exaggerating every casual breach of son local penal act, to make delinquency which fills their pockets, very often at tl 'expense of truth, and commonly in defiant of the hroad principle of constitution law, affecting penal actions. As if to rei der stronger the inducements to give ove strained testimony, some magis...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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SPORTING REVIEWER. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 13 June 1846

SPORTING REVIEWER. THE aspect of the Local Turf presents a| far more favourable appearance than pre- ceding years have witnessed, and bids fair to mark our^Colony as second to none out of Great Britain for the purity and excellence of its breed of horses. This change has been the result of separate causes acting simultaneously, and we would fa:n hope beneficially,' far beyond the limits of the sporting world. In former days our Blood Stock was almost exclusively the property of two or three extensive breeders, who, thus enabled to hold a rein over the Metro- politan as well the Provincial Turf, swept the best prizes by wholesale into their own pockets. The lamented demise of the late Mr. Charles Smith did much to subvert this monopoly: and since then other studs have been in the market. The spell has thus been broken, and the debutants of 1846 have consequently mustered strong ; and it is by no means unlikely that the en- suing year will materially add to the list. In proof of what ...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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COCKING. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 13 June 1846

A main of three was fought on Monday last, at the Brick-kilns, near Blackwattle, between Puck erage and George Morris, for £5 a side and a fut pig. .The former won two out of three, and cirried otr the prize. Several bye-battles were afterwards fought between Pnckeridge and the *'Plieuonienou", but the birds of the latter were all of the bolling breed. j > ,', - Sparks juid Gorman had a shy for X'-J a siJe, and this fight caused great fun on account of tie firaf rate method of heeling and handltug introduced. The result; of this rauffery, which lasted till suu: down, was a " draw." ; . .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 13 June 1846

TO BE SOLD BY PRIVATE CONTRACT, TH E celebrated thorongh-bred raping Horse well known for his superior qualities and undaunted courage iu Hurdle Racing ; bred by Mr. Hurley of Campbelltown out of a Satelite mare, by, Lawson's imported thorough bred horse " Young Emigraut,', To be seen at J. Ó. Wascoe's,- 377, George-street,' corner of Market-street, where every particular anti tenns can be obtained., .. - 83 MONEY advanced on securities iii any sums from Twenty Potiuds to Oue Thousand. ' CHARLES BEILBY, ' SO " 470, George-street". CA It PETS. THE undersigned has just received an extensive assortment of BRUSSELS IMPERIAL KID- DERMINSTER aud PLAID CARPETINGS of superior quality, together with a large assortment of HSAKSB BTJOS. which'-will be sold at a considerable reduction on the usual prices for Cash, at . -' ' A. LENEHAN*S, Upholstery and Floorcloth Worhonse,"' '?' '. 84 .. . i ' 271; Castlereagh street.'. GREAT SOUTHERN AND WESTERN RAILWAY COMPANY. ï ' TO THU COZiOXrkâX FUSXiXC. ...

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CANINE. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 13 June 1846

Mr. Coots' red dog, weighing 42 lbs.j and W. Sparks' brindled dog Tearaway had a baale royal on Tuesday last, near the Ked fern Mashes, for£3] After a slaughtering fight of 48 minutes ¡Tearawuy was declared the victor. , ' Tommy the Tailor's Wonder is matched for ¿10 a side, to come off within ino weeks from present date-neither dog to exceed 431bs. The be:ting,ig greatly in favor of Tearaway, from his well-known game and puuiahiug qualities/ j BRAIDWOOD RJCES.-Erratum t tor Mr. James Fanner, as Judge, read Mr. Henry Fa-mer. HOMEBUSH HACES.-We ure requ estel to state that in consequence of several persons nd having paid their subscriptions, the Honorary Se/retary is un- able to publish his accounts. ' j

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RIFLES. To the intended Members of the Cumberland Sharp-shooters. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 13 June 1846

EIFL.ES. ¡ , To the intended Members of the Cumber- land Sharp-shooters. Having been requested to pass ny opinion on a Bille ut Mr. Lamb's, the jeweller, ii George-street, by a gentleman, I was at once convinced that the Rifle in question was an highly finished ¿ne, with hair trigger, stout barrel, folding ugh ls with belt, a well stocked mahogany case, with ill the affair com- plete, for eight guineiu. I wa? informed by the shopman that the remaining ouel will bc sent back to England by the next vessel,' I shonld not he doing justice to roy future eon rades if I did not apprise them of a roost, favouable opportunity of getting one at the above invoice price : they are really good guns, and well wort! double thc money. I will stake my credit, of encl a fact, ns Aî' OLD RIFLEMAN.

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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HAT AND CORN MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 13 June 1846

- HAT ASD CORN MARKET. I Hny, DS'loads, from Bs. 3d. to 10a. Od., average Os. Od. per cwt. Straw, ito loads, from 3s. lld., to 4s. average 3s. Od. per cwt. J Wheat, 32 loads, from Os. lOd.to 7a. 3d., average. 7s.. per bushel. Green Bedding, from 4s. Od. to 3s. per load. Green Bedding, to ls. per dozen wholesale. Figs, 35, from :ljd. to Hid per lb. wholesale. Cows, 21, from i'4 lös.'to £i 10.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 13 June 1846

NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. All communications td the Ojffice of Bell's Life must be prepaid, or they will not be received. BELL'S LIFE IN SYDNEY. SAT (JUD AY. Jtiww- .ia_.iQ.ui_.

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Settlers Price Current. CATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 13 June 1846

I «¿itlora "PTlee Cvrreat. '. » \* J -, . ~°~r ....... -., . . Owner,"".* Jîo, Weigut, Price, Torcí;, ft n\ K Mewett. " "J & Raper 00 Ö50 3 20 0C0 3 Í5 025 3 ew and Pieslcy Cleeve'& Oates 3 0 0' Kennedy Parnell of Richmond iuferior 2 10 0 Drake for Sailing

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Country News. GOULBURN. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 13 June 1846

. Country xsr«ws. : I GOULBURN. \ On Wednesday, 3rd iustaut, V public diunor was giren at the Goulburn Inn by tie Electors ani In- habitants of Argyle, to our respected representative, William Bradley, Esq., M. C., at Which about ewhty persons sat, dowu to a sumptuous and elegam|bill of fare. Francis Murphy, Esq., J. P , of Bungonia, presided on the occasion ; Doctors Waugh and Yarruld oiBciating ns croupiers. ^ After' the usual joyal toasts had been drunk, thp health of iii? Brndlcy was proposed, and received with loud and continued plaudits; that gentleman in a neat nuil upproprinte specah returned thanks for the hotionr conferred upon him. Tho worthy member seemed deeply afflicted at meeting so many of his old and valued friends, who had mustered strong to do honour to the occasion, and to whom he is about to bid a long farewell, being on the eve of departure for England via India, the . continued indisposition of Mrs. Bradley renderiug a change of climate ne. cessnry. Mr. Carney...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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Legislative Council. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 13 June 1846

legislative Council. ' ON Tuesday the Speaker informed the House that His Excellency the Governor had been pleased to receive the address re- garding the Crown Lands Occupation Bill, and had verbally answered as follows Mr. Speaker, I am happy to say that this, is an address which requires no reply, and I do not intend to (rive any. 1 thought it right to give the Council the opportunity of passing the Bill if they thought, fit. Perhaps I thought, they would not pass it -they'have not; but I do not see why,on that account, responsibility should be cast on me. Mr. Windeyer confirmed the accuracy of the ' Speaker's recital, and moved that the words be entered upon the ¡.minutes-of the House, The motion was supported -by Messrs. Lord and Wentworth,'and opposed by the Colonial Secretary, .and Attorney-. General : after some discussion Mr, Lord, seconder, consented ,to withdrawal, and on the question being'put it was decided that tlie motion might be. recalled. The mem- ber for Durham bro...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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To the Editor of Bel's Life in Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 13 June 1846

To the Editor of Bel's Life in Sydney. SIR-From tile debut oí your publication to tbe present time nil the lore' of sport hare made it their especial business .lot alone to digest its columns, but to eucoiira;e it by sending, for in- sertion, all advertiseraeuj connected with the turf, r with any other public {museniein. %n fact, a paper siicljns " Bell's Life " ought to encouraged, for disseminating to the public duo . -." 'e of tho various rale meetings, the knowledge ? 'lieh, heretofore, hiving only reached those 'means permitió! them to be subscribers of . ... lix'd political "publication, the " Herald." ? er, strango ti relate, (although by their is led lo Ulievc the Portmacquariaus ?to a inau", "Bell's Life" is not en ne; and, «ill more strange, the annual olace on/the'SI st nnd 23ud of July hy havehot thc Stewards, like in other / 'aunoinced tlic circumstance in your ?y muit be aware greater publicity « -' led ;|that having requested OSE in .: h at insertion) in tho "Herald."...

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Original Corrospondence. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 13 June 1846

Original Corrosjondence. -° The Editor does not identify himself with the opinions expressed by hi Correspondents, but merely gives insertion to such Communications as seem entitled to publii consideration.

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