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BELL'S LIFE IN SYDNEY. SATURDAY, JUNE 20, 1846. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 20 June 1846

;BELI/S LIFE IN. SYDNEY. SATURDAY, .JONE 20, ' 1846. - ? , «/gentleman charged therein. Ç *¡ " Air. John Bitch, clerk, in the Colonial' 4"8¿'cretar>*s-oflRce, examined^ Tliatls the memorial to his Excellency the Governor ; I got it from the records of the Colonial Secretary's office ; never saw Mr^ /fown-. tend on the subject. Cross-examined by Mr. Johnson : It is kept where the other public records are kent : that is all I know about it. Mr. Dunlop recalled : Know Mr. Town 'send ;~lâï^^ J. M. Townsend I believe to be written by JiinK;..beliejje:the -Jbody^of ;¿££¿P£tition is "also iñ7hísr^and7wri^pg {"ltave frequently j 'received letters and ^documents in his Hand- ! 'wriiiiVg,;. liav'^ nó^dopbt ' the b'ody of.' if'is I ^w,j"'irté^V''.'Íiáíl,'.any( conversation^äbb'üt[ that 'n^att'er ; T "am'.a'' hiagistfatefr'fbf the ! colony^exceptVÄv'., '¿c.) ; acted as.magisf traté' of Wollombi between six. arid. seven years" ; the words'** the growing 'insecurity of person and property in't...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 20 June 1846

-, Gen. i..Ol ", .+ Èxouvxvi. 7. ' î Gen. xii. 16. || Gep. xxü. S. 5 Gen.xxxii. 14. IT Gen. xiv. 10. . ... ... ~ - .. Joshua xl. 4. 1 ?. I. "> +t Wlien Sir George Ouseley travelled through Persia, and the dlíToreut couutries of the East, he examined, among-other; relics ; of antiquity, the sculptures on the ruins of Fersepolis, and he draws from them a curions and interesting conclusion as to the moulter in. which the horse was gradually subdued/1' " There aro ito figures," says tío, mouuted pori horseback,, although some travellers , have meutiooed horsouien among thoBe sculptures; THE ROYA^ MAIL To Port Phillip, Yass, Goulburn, Berrima, .A.c., LEAVES TITTERTON'S every Tuesday, Wed- nesday, and Saturday at 5 o'clock p. M. Faros £ s. d. From Sydney to Picton. 0 10 0 " " Berrima. 0 M 0 - " " Goulburn. 14 0 44 " Yass. 2 4 0 Bookine; Offices ! Talbot Inn, George-street, Sydney. Hurley's Hotel, Campbelltown. Mail Coach Hotel, Berrima. Salutation Inn, Goulburn. Mr. Walsh's Inn, Yass. ...

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PETREL. TO THE EDITOR OF BELL'S LIFE IN SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 20 June 1846

, TO THE EDITOR OF BELL'S LIFE IK- BYDSET. - I I Sm-Now. that tlje,-." chaff": and," laughViof the [ Sydney newspapers and; people has duly gone-their, rounds, about the Port Phillip horse ," Petrel", it ia? not be out of place to enlighten the would-be owing-sportsmen of the Middle ..District as to .the horse was so easily beaten., Like'all other events.when ended, the pseudo-turfites sud ut, their.eyeteeth, and.loudly exclaimed that '.dividual knew that Petrel) would not stand a of a chance, withiany of tho Syduey horses, he ' counter-jumpe' of the Drapers'.Clubt o T-a-liner* of, the Australian journal ; how ïve had their jokes upon the subject, the point: In. the first place, Petrel, lbournc Races,iwas nearly a month ont .re being shipped for Sydney;-conse ' gone off considerably in his training ; as on shipboard seven days, standing . ( -an enviable situation for a horse immediotely after . his standing ; very injudiciously , sent out to the - do his work upon the Homebush - di ...

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THE HORSE. CHAPTER I. GENERAL HISTORY OF THE HORSE. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 20 June 1846

THE BOSSE. -o-- . , CHAPTKB I. GENERAL HISTORY OF THE HOUSE. THE native country of the boree cannot with certainty be traced. He has been found, varying1 materially in size, in form, and utility, in all the temperate, in most of the sultry, and in many of the northern regions of the Old World. In the Sacred Volume, which, beside its higher claims to stand at the head of the Farmer's Library^ contains the oldest au- thentic record of past transactions, we arc told thal, so early as 1650 years before the birth of Christ, the horse had been'domes ticated by the Egyptians. When Joseph carried his father's remains from Egypt to Canaan, "there went:up with him both chariots and horsemen."* One hundred j and fifty years afterwards, the horse con- stituted the principal strength of the j Egyptian army. Pharoah pursued the I Israelites with "six hundred chosen chariots, and with all the chariots of ' Egypt-"t If we could believe the accounts of the uninspired historians, Sesostris (the mo- n...

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Agents for this Journal. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 20 June 1846

Mn. THOMAS DOWSE-- - - Brisbane-Town . >r. S. H. RAPBBY ---. . - . Maitland - ?? ,¿- TULLY '1'-' V -A-- - Newoastle ' " HUOHTAYLOB - - Parramatta JAMBS CULLEN- Windsor.'." CUABLES MUKK ' ; - - ?; Penrith ? ? " JOHK TAIT - '.- - ^ Hartley .' "' :i, 'TIIOMAS WALSH: ??? .'-?'?..- - Yass ?'.??'?' ? ? "' M'AtlSTEB '-*..'- - '?- -r" Broulee » ,, Bl WABD-! -. - - - 'Muswellbrook ¿ /DOYLE.Berrima " HBNBY PtEhcE . . - -Scone' ? V^WilPaMcerrr' ..- - ?'- ' --; Goitlbutó' í .'" ' Eu'wAnb'jjyBaa - - .- Port Macquarie' Printed and published by THOUAB REVBL Joiufsox. i of Bridge-street, at the Printing Office, 17¡ Colon- nade, Bridge-street. '.'?'' ':

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HOMEBUSH RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 27 June 1846

HOMEBUSH RACES! LIST of Subscribers, and amount of Money disbursed : £ s. d. Balance in band from May, 1845 .. 44 15 II His Excellency the Governor .. .. 20 0 0 Members of the Australian Joskey Club 45 5 0 Lessee of the Course. 40 0 0 The Officers of H. M. 11th and 09th Regiments.13 0 9. Mr. B.Boyd . 1? ^ " Agars' .. .. .. . 1 0 0 Alexander .. . . . * 0 Aitkenhead .. .... } 5 ? Argent . Armitage 10 0 1 0 0 Amistroug' .. .. .. 1 10 Abercrombie .. . . * 0.0 Badgery .. ." ? 9 9, Boulton .. .. .. 1 0 0 Borton .. .? .. 1 0 9 Bloxland .. .. .. .. 1 0 0 Benington - .. * ? 9 Bennett .. ..... l-l 0 Brierly .. - . . J J 9. Brasnell. .. 3 3.0 Brown .V : .. .. - - 10 0 Boradaile .. .. .. .. 3 0 0 Brinkley . 0 10 0 Bunker .. .. 2 2 0 Bogue. 10.0 Bloxsome.1 0 9 Bremier .. - . . . l l Brown .. .. .. ..ll Cleeve. 10 Challis .. ... .. 1 1 Cooper .. .. l l Cullen .. .. ..... 0 10 Chambers .. -. . . 3 u Clarke .. .. 0 10 0 Crawley .Cohen Cos Carr Davidson Mr. Davies Duusmore Douglass Dawes Davis Dillo...

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THE [?]ORSE. CHAPTER II. THE DIFFERENT FOREIGN BREED OF HORSES. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 27 June 1846

j rn nun. fi ¿: ~CHAPTKK n. i*TH*S DIFFERENT FOREIOJi BREED OF ¡j - HORSES. '.Tactor» of -wild horses aro found in the plains of Great Tartary, and also in several paris of South America. In neither, how- ever, can we recognise an original race. The .horses of > the Ukraine, and those of South .America, are equally the descendants of .those'who liad escaped from the slavery of .pan';'. The Tartar horses are fleet and ,strong, but comparatively of an ordinary breed. Those of South America retain, al- most unimpaired, the size and form of their European ancestors. In rio part of America, pr of the more newlyrdiscovered islands of the Pacific, .was the . horse known, until he was intro- duced by Europeans; and the origin'of ¿liej, .horses ;'of Tartary has been clearly traced to those who were employed in the siege of Azoph, in 1657, but which were turned loose for want of forage. . All travellers, who have crossed the plains extending from the shores of La Plata to Patagonia,-have -...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 27 June 1846

Will be published om Sat mrJay, th» 4th cf July, No. 1 of the WILL O' THE WHISP, A "Weekly Journal of Newt, Politics, Lite- rature, Frolick and Fancy, PUBLIC NOTICE. jöATHURST.-Parties in tins -H-^ district; are cautioned against paying any sums on account of the. Proprietors of this Journal to Mr. George A.- Lowe, as no receipt given by lum will now be held valid. NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. A ll communications to the. Office of Bell's life must le prepaid, or they will not be received.

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Settlers 'Price Current. CATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 27 June 1846

? Settlers 'Price Current. Owner. J. Lnwo Boyd Walker Rnmsny í No. Weight. Price 2.1 7C0 3 0 30 Pitrch. . . ' 760-' ' ¿¿ W- ot^.p' ) Merrett rund Merrott 0 inane J Mern 700 mo SHE l>T. 4ft 0 Bury . Kuper Cleeve nud Samuels. 03 0 Ono Hill 7 3 HAT AND COHN* .MARKET. Tiny, 70 loads, frpm 8s. Cd. to Os., Od., average Os. Od. per cwt.. Straw, 32 loads, from 3s. 3d!, to 4s. average 3s.' Od. per cwt. ? ' . . ? Wheat, 10 loads, from (ls. Od. to 7s. Od,; average Os. lOtl. per bushel. ' ? Green Bedding, from 4s.'Od,-to 4s'. Cd: per load. Green Fodder, from Cd. to. Os. 9d. per dozen. :

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BELL'S LIFE IN SYDNEY. SATURDAY, JUNE 27, 1846. Libels. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 27 June 1846

BELL'S LIFE IN SYDNEY. J SATURDAY, JUNE 27, 1840. XiDela. SCARCELY a week passes without pro- ceedings bring adopted against some un- lucky printer, or venturesome scribbler, being brought within the mashes of the law for the almost indefinite offence of libel. On Thursday, Mr. Harpur, a gentle- man residing near Liverpool, was charged with having published in the Sydney Morning Heralds false, wicked, and ma- licious libel upon Captain Moore, the se- nior magistrate of Liverpool* The case occupied several hours, and seemed almost interminable to those who were doomed to listen to the details. At the close. Mr. Windeyer remarked that it was probable the feelings of Mr. Harriur has been wounded in consequence of an inference lie had drawn from the magistrate's com ? ments, which he must now see did not proceed from any personal feeling on the . part of the complainant, and he therefore suggested that a suitable apology should be.tendered, and the case settled. Captain Moore,whose mode...

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WINDSOR. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 27 June 1846

WINDSOÏI.-.J I waa not a little stiprised to day, at seeing the Flag of the Windsor Social Lodge of Freo and Ao ccpted Masons, once more " unfurled to tho breeze," utid I hope before long to have the,pleasure of re- porting to yon, that the' Society will bo ngaiu or- ganized under better auspices, and, like thc Pheonix ol old, rise with renovated vigour from thu embers of the lute conflagration which has sb nearly anni- hilated it.' Several highly respectable parties in- tend sóou.to meet and seo what can bo done ; mid Imuuy.jBS"yet f*uninitiated," aud' willing to enrol themselves' th« moment tho"t¡odge:isin working order, therefore M isters and Craf|sn»en.," Le np and doing,** and will» ail your .other Chiba. and^Orders let the old ,a,no'f>ut, system atfll kwp prfleedeoee, and tho banner u( St, john flout proudly iu'ascetin. aney, ....... : : ? r ? , . . \J Yesterday, was a dayalmost nnparalelled in'the re- cords of oír Police Office, not a case on .the list, and would yon think...

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Koeal Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 27 June 1846

Koeal Intelligence. Sm GEORGE GIPPS.-A subscription is on foot through the City, for the purpose of .presenting the present Governor .with some .substantial, token of approbation prior to .his. departure for England. Not the least singular feature in this extraordinary effort on the part of His Excellency's admirers, is the fact that the Vicar-General, Dr. Gregory, is acting as principal collector, and had when we glanced at the document, re ceived assurances of support to the amount of- about .£300, The whole matter is however so monstrous an absurdity, that we feel satisfied that each subscriber-may rest satisfied that his money will be re- turned to his pocket, as what presentation of plate could the Representative of Royalty unrobe himself to receive, even though the gift emanated from the entire population. In this case, Sir George may well exclaim " save me, from my friends," as any defect in the carrying out such a de- sign, renders more definite the feeling of the majority, ...

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SPORTING REVIEWER. Races to Come. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 27 June 1846

SPORTING REVIEWER. Races to Come. Braidwood....7th and Oth July. Port Macquarie. 21st and 22nd July. Petersham. 20th July. Five Cook. 17^ and 18th Sept.

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The Sprito of the Greek, REVISED, AND ACCOMPANIED BY NOTES, FOR "BELL'S LIYE IN SYDNEY'. To the Editor of Bell's Life in Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 27 June 1846

I -n D 'i1Tiie: Sprite'of «ie Creek, ;i " ? ; I '"R¿VISEDÍ AKb k'cCOMPAÜIED BY WOTES, f.iTÎ, I'llu°roB "BBu's XirS IX STDJÍET'. " í Ut J. ? <-:l-<Unii-l' ?? ? '."? -'-'I .:. : :7b°tÄe' Èdtfor 'of: 'Bell's Life m Sydney. .^SÎÉ,^]Çertïaps' ît'mayhpt^beumntèrest îng'to sphie of your readers to learn, that a coincidence somewhat'rare will attach to the- appearançe .pTjfàe" Sprite of the /ÇreékV. jn tljë colu^ ânà.àmusing journal, arising from the foll- owing ^çircumfitànçç.:^À|îoùi*'tIiè thiddle oTïl(eyeàr l^â^CVa^sh^tU^pdoinadal "was ushered into\'é^is^éë°/!^|dçr\tU'e 'ant' Wales," the Proprietor and Editor of >v jiicji, iavipg learntfrom a .friehd/pr'min^/.tbat ithe. r : finy&erlous a flair of tile Gam pbelltoíwn 'GÜOSt was-,about to be consigned jto/' immprtal 'yeiw|7»X.r?*iu-e^t'ed a copy » as exclusiva, ¿f 'thXaoVél'ty that would attend tha debut of thepoenun his moiety of the .*.' broad-shee t", the chief part ' of those who took in that paper" pos...

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Police Reports. SATURDAY.—(Bebore the Mayor and Captain Innes.) [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 27 June 1846

'* . ???<:?> Poltoa Soporta.. 1 > i SATunDAY.'-(Before tile ftíavbr and Captain lunes'.") ' DÜXCAS M'FAntASE v. SAÍIURC TAYLOR.-This was an' information filer] against the defendant for a breach of . the.'Act of ' Parliament, 3 ¿nd 4 Wai. IV., e.55 (commonly called the Registry Act),rsec» .iii.-The information charged the defendant with having wilfully and knowingly nttered a false certi- ficate, purporting to be a builder's certificate, and 'thereby procuring from the Collector of Customs a : register for. a vessel called the " Mary Anne." The penalty for the offence4«'£500.-^Mr. Keck'(from the'offico of Air.'Dillon) appeared for the com- plainant, and Mr. G. B. Nichols and Mr. Little for the defence',' aud tho case stated by Mr. Keck. 1 After the information was read'Mr. Nichols sob ,: mitred that the magistrates lind no jurisdiction in such 'a case. It lind been so decided,'under Ibo English Acts of' Parliament, by the Supreme Court, in the case of the " Queen v....

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Supreme Court. IN CHAMBERS—JUNE 25. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 27 June 1846

Supreme Court. ,, ? . IN CnAMDuns-JONE 25. REGINA V. WALMSLEY.-This was acase .in which lite defendant had been convicted' of having a Still, on his premises illicitly, by the Windsor Bench of Magistrates, and sentenced to three months' imprisonment. Mr, Lambton, last week, had the pri- soner, brought up by habeas corpus, and upon that obtained a writ of certiorari, until the return of which the prisoner was remanded,and was in pursuance of the"said Writ again brought up this day. before His Hoiior Mr. Justice Dickenson. The two especial grounds upon, which Mr. Lambton made his application, were First-That the penalty inflicted was less than the Act awarded ; Secondly-That the fine was misappropriated, inasmuch as the information having been laid the 3rd Victoria, the fine was appropriated under 9th Victoria, u;ider which Act the offence should have been brought. His Honor, after hearing Mr. Lambton's arguments, retired to consult with His Honor the Chief Justice, and upon return- i...

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THE RING. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 27 June 1846

THU UT VII OHM HARRIGAN AND JO SHAW.-I last'week's issue we gave tongue as t . . fistic event at Bungarrabbee, whichTha s. then been amicably decided.'.' Th :h was made for £10 a-side, and thoug] ed to come off at an early date, hai ted much excitement.;.Shaw steadil; ? lining the favourite. '.' . . n Wednesday morning last a piece a ind, in the rear of Lumpy Dean'scrib ; selected for the mill, and thither i . Hy company had bent their steps gh.and Marshall went into the Rin; . Shaw, while Bill Sparkps and Haddi ly attended to his victorious opponent he, men entered the Ringaboiit9, á.nv ?fought 45 rounds in about as man; ?Hes, when Shaw was knocked ont o aad Harrigan,aliasBungarabbee Jack .. . ired the winner, not onlyi.'.of the figh' . .:of tl|e: three events-ríst. blood1» .:k-down blow, and the Battle.'.. ?.) - *.' \ ??':.-.'.~\>M-4 \ Shaw,received considerable nunuhtni-i.t from the left-handed dexterity of his op. potent, who fought most resolutely, «jud as a game mau. \- ;"y...

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To the Editor of Bell's Life' in Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 27 June 1846

To the Editor'of Bell's. Life' in'Sydney. SIB-l%e'subjoined bet.'ha'viog bée¿ referred io arbitrators and ' tltèir decision, not meeting the ap- probation of some parties interested;! have:been advised; to' submit a full statement of the circum- stances to you, and fi request an explanation of your views upoD the subject. ' . 3 '? - - ":- '' Iam.'Sir,; " - * Your obedient servant.;'?'?/. " BOBEItT FISHES., Sydney, 20th Jane,'Í8¿0. . Captain Paulson ' bets With Mr. Fisher the sum of Five Pounds ! Sterling, that the " Cornubia" Hteamer did not tow the-ship " Geueral Hewitt" " out" (bound.for Euclam!) on Thursday, the 18th instaut. B. L. PATTISOX. J BODEBT Fisuün. Messrs. Dring, Titterton, and Inches, along with Captains Bogers and Bowden, the referees appointed mutually under the above belters, unanimously de- cide that Captain B. L. Pattison lias won the above i_. -r m". r>..n,i.io I W. DniNO. ISAAC TITTEBTOH. W. lioap.ns. O. BowDEy. JOHN IKCUES, ? [When parties refer to arbitrato...

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PATRICK'S PLAINS RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 27 June 1846

.DAT moir's pr. AI vs HACES. THE only account which we have beer able to obtain of this meeting is sb vague and imperfect as to warrant .its exclusion from the. columns of a Sporting Journal. The Maitland Mercury has, 'tis true, pub- lished a so-called report of events, but we must also decline extracting it from our "Cotemporary, who- seems to know more about maize and mangel-worser than'mat- ters connected with the Turf, or he would not have allowed a Correspondent to im- pose such rubbish upon Iiis readers. , ». Referring lo tlio well-known anecdote of HI» lite "Mojestv, while Euke of Clarence. -

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 27 June 1846

Fares ! ¿fe B. II. Prom Sydney to Picton. 0 10 0 " " Derrima. 0 14 0 " " Goulburn. 14 0 " " Yass.2 4 0 Booking-Offices : Talbot Inn, George-street, Sydney. Hurley's Hotel, Campbelltown. ' Mail Coach Hotel, nerrima. Salutation Inn, Goulburn. Mr. Walsh's Inn, Yass. GROCERY, OIL, ITALIAN AND PRO- VISION WAREHOUSE. THE undersigned having taken those spacious Premises ! 512, GEORGE-STREET, (OPPOSITE THE TtlEASUnV,) begs to intimate to his friends and conuexion, that he will be prepared on THIS DAY, (Saturday,') the 20th instant, to submit for inspection an extensive and woll assorted Stock of GROCERIES, OIL,- ITALIAN, AND PROVISIONS, which has been selected by himself, of the lates' importations, and purchased for "cash, which will enable him to sell every article in tho above line.-of tho best quality, at suoh prices that must command' the support of tho public. Private families, settlers,storekeepers, and others, aro respectfully requested to give the houso a trial when they will be sa...

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