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

TO PUBLICANS, DÉÁXEnS, AND OTIIEBS. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, .:. BY IVTR. SAWnTEO, BOXOIMOXf, On MONDAY next, the 20tli instant, ut MB. FINN'S, " Pauch Bowl luu," Glaucester-struct, ut eleven o'olock, 1 .". . ALL'the Household Furniture, consisting of Sofas, Chairs, Tables, Glass, Cronkcry, Beds, Bcddiug, Kitchen Utensils, and one Hogshead of Binn in lioud, &c,, icc. .. , ' 112 THE TURF. OWNERS of Race Horses, and oil otlicrs inter- ested in the formation of a Jockey Club, fouuded upon correct principles, and having for its object, the better government of the AusritAijiAjr T ohF, are'requested to meet at the Royal TTo'tçl, Sydney, bu the eveiiing of TiiunsDAT,the£3r'j'of July next, ensuing. . . . . ? > liaJltl . iTho'Advantages arising-'from tho BxtsUtaoVnf a liberal association of sporting gentlemen, wlnjse sole uiin.hus been already stated, must be apparent to every well wisher, not only of the local Turf,1 bul of the Colony; and although it -is" granted that» self-style...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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Snipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 27 June 1846

Snipping- Intelligence; ARRIVALS. ' ' JU-ÍE í2'0.-Tamar, steamer, 130 tons, Allen » muster,'from Moreton Bay the 17th 'tustant... . '20.-Catherine, schooner, lill tous, Dryden, master, from Launceston, the lilli instant, 21;:-Anna-Maria, barque, -18" ; tons, Taylor, muster, from tho Downes the 10th of February. 81.-Cacique, barque, 150 tons, M'Kcitb, muster, from Launceston the íítli instant.' I ? ' ,? 21. -ónice, barque, 300 tons,' Bailie, master, from Liverpool the iiud of January. 22. -.lohn, schooner, 40' tons, Winston'e, from j Launceston the 10th instant. ... ' 22.-Kacie,-barque, 134 tons, Ellis, master, for Aucklauil the,4th of June. 22. -Sarah Scott, barque, 381. tons, Butcher, master, from Hobart Town.the 17th instant. 23. - Gauges, ship, 430 tons, Macdonald, master, from Loddon, haying left' tho. Downes the 20tii of February. ? 2,1.-Augustus, barque, 130 tons,'Bolls; master, from 'Hobart Town the 13th instant. ? 23.-Coquette, schooner, 72 ' tons, Whitfield master, from Ade...

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

To Correspondents. . j CARCOAR.-We harn received a letier from the j above district,-ordering onr jnnrnal'to be for-.! . warded,-but really cannot deciper the subscrip- tion. : ' ' . ; AJAX.-Even as advertisements we cannot be ex- pected to insert anonymous communications; innre especially, when vulgar insolence is con ; fained therein. 1 ' . SrUSWELiDBOOK_- A SUBSCRIBER. - ALI. . FOURS.-If any mistake in the scoring is dis- covered prior to the tramp card being tumed-up in the next deal, the party is entitled lo rectify it If. M. S. "CASTOR."-It is.hardly fair to refer to\ the Editor of this Journal on such points. We nevertheless conceive tbat.no grammatical error . ? exists. K

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Country News. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.] POLICE REPORT — PENRITH. TUEDAY, 16TH JUNE, 1846. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 27 June 1846

Country trevrñ. [PBOM OCB OWN conntsrosuEST3.] POLICE REPORT -PENRITH. TUESDAY, .16TH JVSR, 1846. , Before the.Chairman, ll. C. Lethbridge, Esq., J. P., and R. N. Dulhunty, Esq., j J. P. .. i William Morley, free,, was placed at. Ihe par, having been apprehended under a war- rant, charged wit1' stealing straw from the premises of Mr. Jessie Upton, landholder, ¡livan.r . . ' .. . i j John Lynch, in the employ of Mr. Joseph ¡Stanton, being sworn, deposed, that on1 the iiight of thc 11th, br early on the l'.2ili, kbout 1 o'clock, being. restless, and; not able to sleep, he got up to walk abou t in the moonlight; heard thc noise of e'art Jwheels proceeding forward ;' got sigrjt of the cart, arid was surprised to find it turn off the road-and up the fence, separating 'Jessie^ Upton's from the adjoining fa-fm ; two men. we're with thè cart ; witness .watched them,« and saw the cart stopjtiear (Upton's ; one of the men seeing witrjess, said " good night ;" witness returned home, and roused...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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Court of Requests. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 27 June 1846

...". Court of Requests. Pilton to tho commencement of the cuses mirier thc £3.0 jurisdiction, on Monday, the Chief Cominis stoner read a letter from Mr. John Dillon, apolo- gising'for his conduct on a former'occasion, ad Witting that it was improper in every sense of the word, and assigning ill health as the cause. His Honor, on concluding, notified that Mr. Dillon'« suspension was thenceforth superseded. . UGO-DY TO THE LITTLE Go.-George Brereton was eaed by^the trustees of Mr. C. H. Chambers for wort and labor done by the insolvent, amounting ta £8 2s.' Mr. Nichols objected that there was a .special jurisdiction for small sums. The Com- missioner,sahl, it is a matter of costs ; it could be taken into* the supremo oourt ; the plaiutiff, if he brings it in the £30 court is only entitled to certain costs ; the. party may, within three years, bring it .into the. little court ; the term is six years in the the £30 court. Mr. Chambers proved the debt, and .« verdict of,£7 12s, was give...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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EXTRAOTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 27 June 1846

." ÁBMT.-^SOtH:Fobt-Lieutenant Samuel Tolfrey Christie tobe Càrkain, without purchase, vice Light body, deceased; Ensign Benjamin Hallowell Boxer, tó be Lieutenant, vibe Christie; Ensign Stewart Albjcander Xershaw, to be Lieutenant, by purchase, vice Gorman',1 wjio retires ; Ensigu" Robert .Clifton Gordon,'from the -iTtli Foot, to be ensign, vice Boxer ; William Deane Freeman, gentleman, to be ensign, by purchase,' vice Kershaw, 09th Foot Gentíomah Cadet Frederick Wijlintn Dcspard, from the Royal .Military College, to be ensign, without pnrehftRe.'vico De .Winton, promoted.-»Ian. 30. r Louis PHtii.it>E'8,PnK8BNT . To THE; Pnixcnss ROTAL.-Some days sincera, chest was despatched (o London bearing the royal arms of France. Tho chest contained a complete trousse au of toilettes. Thc present was .addressed to tho doll or thc,Princess Royal. King Louis Phillippe sent a catto; blanche to one of the raost.emincut modistes.of Paris, who' executed her commission with thc utmost.good taste....

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

KING'S PLAINS. The morning of the ISth (which was tl day appointed for the Sports to lake plai at Killarney), rrittch to die sat/sfuctioii i the Sporting people pf the ueighbourhoot was ushered tu with as clear'and cloudlei ashy us could have been wished for ; ani notwithstanding the weather had been ej ceedingly unpropitious for several days pn vious, Killarney, by ll o'clock a. m., pri seined a veiy lively appearance, a gre¡ number of both sexes having assemblée Tue Union having been hoisted, and salute fired in honor of the day, P. H Bouverie, Esq., was unanimously appointe ', Umpire, and the Sports commenced : First Prize.-A ouse of duelling pisto's, valued i £0 Os., to be shot for, was won (after some very fa ! shooting) by Mr. W. F. D. Pieri. Second.-A foot race of 100 yards for £l, wt won easily by Mr. E. North. | Third.-For the best running high leap £l, wo , by Mr, E. North ; height of leap A feet 0 inches. j Fourth.-For the best running high leap with th , pole £1, won by ...

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

PEDESTRIANISM. ¡ , DILLON AND SMITH.-Thia match had been fixed Ju come off?at the..Cherry Gar- dens on Tuesday las^t,, but . owing io a dis- pute as to the inequality.ot the ground,tlie anxious expectants ot'.its termination had to sustain, the mortification .^of^ disappoint ment.]\ After waiting from noon tilljj, p.m.. Smith's ; party," returned ./to tówh "and w? opine the matter \vill .end iii a dráwí ' PIOEOX MATCH.-A'JraaJtch 3s to, come off'tliis dav (Saturday) at three o'clock p. m., between the U old sportsman" and a " yonng-un"-au aspirant for fame, who thinks he'eau lop the thriving laurels from'the old man's brow/ Ii,is expected that there will be a large assemblage of crack shots on the ground; and it hos been suggested, that a few extra couples of birds should be at hand, in case of a tie or two, or perhaps a bye-mätch might bo made. '?"

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The Australian Yacht Club. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 27 June 1846

The Australian Yacht Club. j THE first meeting of this newly-formec Club was held at t?ie Royal Hotel, or Wednesday evening last ; but owing to ir- regularity as to the appointed. hour ol business, many gentlemen arrived too late to comply with the requirements of candi- dates for admission. The day seems to have been badly chosen, as the Annual Masonic Festivities, and other assemblies attractive to the dis- ciples of Terpsichore had been appointed tc take place on the same evening. Notes were however handed in, and read by the Secretary, intimating strong desires on the part of several .gentlemen to co-operate ir any measure calculated permanently tc found a Yacht Club, and expressive of re- gret that the magnificent harbour of Port Jackson should so long bc wanting a pro j^erly organized Flotilla to skim over iti aqueous area. Under these circumstances we somewhat confidently predict success tc the Association, and trust that all lovers ol aquatic'sport, from the aristocratic pur...

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

, WELLINGTON RACES. AFTER a rapid tiansït from the flat (not Hau) of Campbellfield lo the luxurious and fertile, though ai thia season ra t/f Aw frigid, Phtins of Bathurst, fur Racing Reporter reached the squutocralical District of Wel- lington, in a forced march, as the grace ious derivitive of the locality, would proba- bly express it, of one day. Cold as a Canadian Boatman,' and hun- gry as one ot George Riley's hounds, he hied away to the well-stored larder of the "Lion of \Vaterloo,"and having regaled the inner mani and fortified his nervous system, adjourned to the entrance-room, where a good sprinkling of that" peculiar genus the ** all hair and teeth like a'rat-catcher's dog" had already in official conclave.as- sembled. Ti . The gentries for tlie succeeding day were made ; and as nothing in the shape of bet I ting was heard of, our lynx-eyed youth, whom nobody seemed to notice, retired to j his downy pillow. On - Wednesday morning a tolerable supply of lnc aQua pura notifie...

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THE SPRITE OF THE CREEK. AN AUSTRALIAN TALE—FOUNDED ON FACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 27 June 1846

THE SPRITE OF THE CREEK.       AN AUSTRALIAN TALE—FOUNDED ON FACTS.     BY FELIX.           "———— They say, blood will have blood :     Stones have been known to move, and trees to speak; Augurs, and understood relations,, have,         By maggot-pies, and choughs, and rooks, brought Forth the secret'st man of blood." —MACBETH.                 "—Murder, though it have no tongue, will speak     With most miraculous organ." —HAMLET.   DRAINED flagons proclaim that 'tis time to give o'er, The hour for departure is come, The hostess complacently pockets the score, The stirrup-glass presses the lip, at the door, And the rider spurs forward for...

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MORETON BAY. FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 27 June 1846

I .'jt i MORETON BAY.; . ; I I FROM"OUR QVrS CORRESPONDENT.-' I SînÉë the successful termination of Leich ardt'se~*pedition from this place to Port Es- j siri^tonv'I.'iri common with many others, have.'nilt aïi inkling to bush it in search of something wonderful and new ; but whether the necessary pluck was wan tin0;'to dure the loilelyj'Vids I will not say, buf fi: felt rather ^doubtful of my capabilities to ex plb'r^>b|yond the beaten track, and; having had-a gallop over a portion of the far-famed anil justly-prised -" Darling Downs," I will, with-^your. permission, relate to you a few of tfe^sfcenes on the road. ;*'. ' '-'?'?.? ! *. Having lufírS^ife-'-inner .'man^wîth''^a^ïS'' stantial feed, I started from Crabb's Livery I Stables, at,South Brisbane,- áboút:9 a.m., j on a lovely JVIay morning, a' beautiful south- west breeze blowing dead on end, my mare Peggy.in rare fettle, and. my ; own spirits .about.tenldegrees above their, usual pirch. A smart trot;r.of half an hour brou...

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

MORETON BAY RACES. THE past week has been a busy one for t; good folks of this town ; the arrival of tl swells from the interior to witness the spot was constant and rapid, every available 1 of blood being put in requisition for tl momentous occasion. Mine host of tl " Victoria" could scarcely find room stow away the numerous visitors that dai patronised his spread. Four commodioi booths were erected on the race cours wherein the creature's comforts were amp provided for. The course each day w¡ well attended by the Brisbanites, and froi its close vicinity to the town, a number the fair sex availed themselves of the oj portunity afforded them of showing the bewitching forms to the admiring gaze ( the lords of the .creation. The races of Tuesday, the 26th of May, were as fol- lows-viz. : FIRST RACE. The Brisbane Town Plate of £25, for all horses; weight for age ; heats, once round and a distance. Mr. Berkley's b.g. Toby, 6yrs, (owner), 11st.7lbs. dis -- Bigge's ch. g. Splinter, aged (...

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Country [?] PAREA[?] [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 4 July 1846

- Country »o cs. I PARE ASIAT Ti, DaEABFur. DEATH,-On Monday last, a young lady named White was in a most aSiictiug manner brought to an untimely end ; the unfortunate girl^ while noone was in the house, waä standlng by the tire reading, and her attention beim/ only engaged in lite book, she did not perceive th.it her garments had a 'eideiilully become ignited, until ulurtiicd liv the flames spreading around her. The wretched victim was paralized on discovering her awful peril, and uttered piercing shrieks whilst she blood up- right utterly helpless. Her cries/were at first disrc' garded by the neighbours, until the smoke was seen issuing from the crevices under the door ; und the alarm beiug given, numbers rushed to the house and effected au entrance, when the miserable sufferer was discoveucd standiug in a sheet of flame ; nearly the whole of lier clothiug was already con- sumed ; even her stays were partially destroyed, and the busk was so dreadfully heated that it bent like a re...

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[?] in Parvo. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 4 July 1846

fl« ultu m in Parvo. It is rnmoured that a new colony is about to be established to the northward of Moreton Bay, for convicts in the advanced stage of penal discipline. ;_The ¡rom steam boats Bose and Thistle are agiid laid on for the Hunter, in which trade they .trill most probably be permanently employed. jlr. John F. S. Foster has been elected withont op- position to serve in the Legislative Council as one the members for Port Phillip, in the room of Mr. E. Carr, resigned.-A spleudid entire has been recently imported from England to the Port Phillip District-he is named the Hoya! William, and his Turf lajuels are far from inconsiderable.-The ebolera is now raging at .Madras with fparfu severity.-Councillor Fisher, of our Municipa body is (to use the polite langnage of a constant! guest at his table) " blowing out the kites" of the members of the City Council iu capital style. Feed ; follows feed'with rapidity truly charitable, and the potations at the board generally have the ef...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 4 July 1846

SUICIDE ATTEMPTED.-A roan named john Stouehedge made a desperate endeavour to put an end lo Iiis existence au Tuesday Itv cutting Sis throat with a raxor, Stouehedge, who is au habitual tippler was intoxicated at the time when he essayed ta achieve the rash deed; during his drunken fits he has often declared that he would make an end of himself, but the frequency of the announcement prevented any suspicion of his really intending to carry it into effect. The man who is a sailor, and formerly belonged the whaler Soccess, was lodging in the house of a person named Byers, who rortmately discovered in time that the mad bacchanal has made his vain endea- vour, aud as the wound was not sufficient to cause death, he was speedily put in the way of recovering through the assistance of a surgeon.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 4 July 1846

* Most earnestly do TC recommend what follows >f' tile narrative to the caréfulauil dispassionate) jerusal of the jury who tried aiid acquitted Captain .Johnstone ou a Jaie occasion, on the ground of insanity. . ' t Query-Would' the sumo tribunal have ac jut Uect ..the "Tory" cuni ll» ott lite gti/uiid of usanity f.-, ' '.

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Smith v. the Earl of [?] or, Love's Lobour Lost. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 4 July 1846

S mitti v. tho Barl of Torrer» í or, tore'» Xobour Xost. " Oh! Loro, what is ir i.j this world of ours That makes it fated to be loved ? Ah ! why With cypress branches hast thou wreathed tl bowers, And made thy best interpreter a sigh."-Bïno: Trials for breach of promise of marriage ai generally very interesting things. ' They draw fu houses; strange secrets it is expected will com out, and the curiosity of all is excited. The Com of Queen's Hench, during the early part of 1»! week, has been the scene of one of those most in foresting trials. The court, as is usual on sue occasions, wns crowded-so erowdeil that «ven portiou of the^Bench itself was of necessity appro priatod to tho accommodation of the fair »ex. Tin damages were laid at .£30,000- no very large sum considering that an earl was the party from whon they were sought lo be recovered. This case, will the whole particulars of which the great majority o our readers are doubtless by this time tolerab]; familiar, is in truth o...

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PARDONS. (From the Government Guzette, 3rd July.) [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 4 July 1846

PARDONS. (From the Government Guzette, 3rd July.) First class conditional pardons have been gazetted as follows : Laythorn William,'Royal George; Mon niek, now Greenfield, Ann, Henry, to V.D.L. ; Hugh Crawford, to N.'S.'W. ; Soge, now Smith, Frances, Wanstead. The following second class conditional pardons, to take effect in the Australian colonies and New Zealand, but not else- where, ave also gazetted : Abbott Robert, John Barry, 1 ; Aberfield Jefferey, Minstrel 2 ; Alkin William, Marrpiis Hastings, 3 ; Allen Edward, Ocean 2 ; Asell James, Florentia 2 ; Alkin William Clarke, Isabella I. Beavis Robert, Burrell ; jioyne Patrick, Guildford 8 ; Brain Samuel, Recovery 1 ; Brewer Thomas William, Sarah ; Bucke- ridge John, Georgiana 2 ; Burke Wil- liam, Earl St. Vincent 2 ; Butler Wil- liam, Norfolk 2; Byrne Timothy, Water- loo 1. Caboiirn Thomas, Lord Melville 3 ; Calverl Joseph, Royal George ; Carran Hugh, Hercules 3 ; Carter William, Lady Hare- wood ; Castles Charles, Recovery ; Col- ...

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The Terrible—Largest War Steamer in the World. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 4 July 1846

Tîie Terri1>le--&ar¡rest War siaamer tn tlio World. The Terrible, war steamer, is in commission, ant is now lilting for sen at Woolwich ; she has two li I j guns mounted, also a brass fiold piece anti carriage, and a waggou for powder to accompany ii. On hoi upper deck, each sido the bow, are two long 3G pounders, Monk's Jl feet guns, to Are for and aft in a line with (he keel l these are mounted on a slide, and will cross (ire with each other and also sweep around lo the aides ; two more of the same guns, right aft in the item, will also cross and sweep to the broadside on their pivot, so as to tire forward, acting as class guns if required. She has two 08 ponnders on each broadside, to carry »hells or solid shot, which can be trained fore or abaft, on-nr.linir to circiiinstances. On the deck below. which i» «Iso flush fore Mid «ft, are eight gm ria., two long 00 pounders, Monk's guns, ll fm long, in the bow ports, to fire in a line with tl keel, and »Iso acTeral degrees...

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