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The Country Constabulary, [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 18 July 1846

j, ,;-.:Uie Country Constabulary, : ? j [i ÏT istèxceedingly provoking and distaste! for a public journalist; to revert at freque f;and, shbrt! intervals, fo^ one' subject, whs .¿SK-ÍÚ jror'orton^-inay'^.J. .ana" howev ïfntîmately the question «nay be mixed wi *the ^dearest interests- of. mankind, ti ? subject is apt tq''pall/'and weary attentio ' unless public interest be already e'xcite *áúd tlie population generally .feel anxio lia the issue.* * : ' , " ; ' *-;*The- most irksome task, of a journalii 1 '^"¿né\in:'yr!t^eh''¡\i4''depends wholly'upc 'ibeVnppe ; of. makingi/the public alive the importance pf the'affair, is suelva ca! * as1 tbáf inwhich/ á'%r¡eVous ;wróng v. h J>een,*só Ipng bo'rnëj'_:a^'tó/bectíihe habiúu "Habit is , second nature, arid in. our-exp i ñeñce" we¿ have-known .slaves only coi scious of the evils of bondage, as in relatic to their'being at, thej disposal of a ba master and owner., ¡¡.j,: , ;. The villianies, ~ rascalities, oppression . and atrocities, p...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Odds and Ends. (From late English Papers.) [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 18 July 1846

Odd» and Ends. (From late English Papers.) A new Militia Company has been organised in New York, called the- Oregon Guards !-No fewer than 45,000 copies of the Londou Times, containing Sir lt. Peel's speech, were printed.-Awriter in Bell's Life recommends, for rough-coated horses, shaving as a much easier and more effectual pro- cess than clipping. Tho shaven steed requires to be clothed (or a few days after the operation.-The national debt of France amounts to 8,000,000,000 francs,or about £333,000,000 sterling.--Of Punch's Almanac for 1840, it is stated that upwards' of 100,0(10 copies were sold in ten days. For the od vertise.menls which appeared in it, the charge was forty-five guineas per page, which must have realised at least £500.-The Sheriff of Tipperary- having made a large seizure of cattle for rent, near Thurles, "was obliged to bring a force of 400 military,!before he ventured finally to remove them.-On'lhe ftth February, the Times published the particulars of tho news ...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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Country News. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 18 July 1846

Country 5NTOW3. ., WINDSOR, 13TH JOLY,, 1840,-^The late appoint- ments to tile Bench in this district, have caused the revival.of. an old anil much agitated question, viz., who' arc eligible for the commission ?-and I pur- pose. i>f>u» irv.sfian-the .merits :aii*l"*lilmtt*ltK,,not only of those who have'been lately honored, but who have been wrongfully omitted,. and some who vainly expected and -fully imagined they .were qualified for a seat. Of Dr. Stewart, the.paragraph in your lust number, speaks in terms of just com- mendation, anti if there is any funlt, at which even thc most fastidious muy cavil, it is a slight pecu- liarity of temper, savoured of the * fortiter in re ;' the asperity of which,. I doibt not. time and ex- perience will greatly mitigate, if not effectually destroy; of this I um certain, he will be indepen- dent of, and inditTrtreut to all' sources of temptation that could possibly influence him in the path of rectitude, he will neither have friends or foes...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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Police Reports. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 18 July 1846

:..') ilJÍ?/P611.ce.'l¿eport*v- ; '"??::.{?; nf i <*.!> il.iT -ÂÎinlAr-'¡y .ri !.i -i..vf . ,. 1 ! Orv Mondayt several!)caa'éa>jwere/ either dismissed'or pQstponod, 'n;cpnsea,úqnce; of the ab- sence, ;pfl(the apprehending constables.' TUe.p're siiij.iig justice directed the chief inspector to forward to tiiè'Stiperiutèntlent'the nsmés'bf tribse policemen who'were so'grosSly negligent of their duties, adding ith&r such carelessness ; was/,preposterous, and that it was uó/;)Votider, 'that.,the publfe should complain of the loss pf.timé, and other iuçonvehienciês which that sort of míscan'dú'c't gires rise' to. '? ' '?'".' ' CYPRIÁV '"'ÀWSÉMENTS:- Elizabeth Quin, one of the frail-sisterhood who air themselves in'-Pitt-street,'and of» rather prepossessing appear- ance;: wai ohargfld by. Inspector Pearce with' bar'ng li or grog on board on Saturday night, about twelve o'clock, and whilst under its stimulating influence, practising" sundry' freaks," and amongst ot...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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Sporting Odds ana Ends. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 18 July 1846

Vi . .. Sporting Odds ana Enda. ; -:» j THE KNIGHT.OF THE WHISTLE.'*has -been purchased for. the Port Phillip district; and jias safely arrived lhere in:the Christina;'-!-; Mr. Fawcett, who-was said lp' have pur- chased JUMBUG, has cried off," andthè' family horse has returned to Braidwood;-. The Leger Filly has arrived lin Uown.and. may be seen at the H. E I. C. Repository. -The case of arbitration referred to Capt. Jenner,,of the 11th, and Mr. J; .R. IIolden, has been decided in.favor.of Mr. Downes. Our readers are aware that the dispute originated in a match between L^DY TE -T*-I---; '" tx v KiSAjnnd LieutGall's Lb^V^rt^.-Tha approaching -Maitland meeting is exciting j;4nerja> iniej^st,, an,d is expected to go oft? with great eclat, under the management of tho new Maitland Jockey Club.-BRITISH YEOMAK and JUMBUG will go for the Five Dock Steeple Chase.-Dr. Bell, on the night of entry for the Braidwood Races,in an endeavour to make Mr. A. Badgery ring, flung a stone jug at his h...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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Varieties. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 18 July 1846

. : Varieties.:* 'j j Tows ARD CousTnT.--A facetious traveller de. scribed the difference of society in the metropolis, I when compared to the provincial town, io the fol- - lowing language :-" lu the country, if you have a leg of mutton for dinner, everybody wishes to know if you have caper sauce with it: whereas, in London, you may have an elephant for lunoh, and no one. cares a pin about it." " ' '. . ' - AK UHCOUFOBTABLE SA'IXT.-St Ooderio was a severe anchorite recluse; he wore an iron shirt next his skin, and it is recorded that he wore ont three by constant us«. He mingled ashes with his flour, abd lest it might be too palatable, he kept it 4 months before he ate it. Tut SEIBONS.-Thomson's "Seasons" have j been superseded by an American poet, whodismisses the four quarters of the year in as many lines, thus- ' .... ? Spring-showery, flowery, bowery, Summer-hoppy, croppy, poppy. Autumn-wheesy, sneezy, freezy. Winter-slippy, drippy, nippy. , . ScorrBBs.-The Arabian» have a sayi...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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BELL'S LIFE IN SYDNEY. SATURDAY, JULY 18, 1840. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 18 July 1846

BELL'S LIFE IN SYDNEY. SATURDAY, JULY 18, 1840. THE continental island of New Holland presents many peculiarities known only to those who havextaken a deep interest in her welfare, or have studied, with historical and topographical accuracy, the perplexing question as to her ultimate climacteric. The subject is, however, alike too gigantic for the meagre scope of our editorial research, as it is too important to rest upon the humbly-descriptive powers of dur '* grey goose-quill." . ¡ ' -"Discovered in 1642by that venturous though almost-forgotten- Spanish navigator, Don Emanuel dc Quizos, ther' country merged, by a-ietnporary abrogation of nal ional law, into' the possession of the English. By them in 1780 it was set apart as a receptacle of felons, and, in conformity with the dixe runt of the THREE POWERS, a select few of the elite of British Gaols shortly after- wards landed upon the site of the present metropolis, under the guardian care and keeping of Captain King. A few years, ...

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 July 1846

T H E ; T.U R F. OWNERS of Race Horses,'and all others inter- ested ' in the formation of a Jockey Club, founded upon correct principles, and having for its objeot the -better government pf: the AUSTRALIA* Tunr, are requested to meet at the Royal Hotel, Sydney, on the evening of THUBSDAY, the 23rd of July 'next, ensuing. The advantages arising from the existence of a liberal association of sporting gentlemen, whose sole aim has.been already stated, must be apparent to every, well wisher, not only of the local Turf, but of the Colony; and although it is granted that s self-styled JOCKEY CLUB doe3 at present exist,' the warmest adherent of exclusiveness must- vaguely enquire " whence is derived the right of dictation it assumes? ,Who gave that body power?, or upon what pretentious has it been organized.'' Gentlemen in the interior wishing to be nominated as members, will be pleased to address their com- munications to the Honorary Secretary of the pro- posed Club, under cover to the E...

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TUESDAY, 14. Before His Honor the Chief Justice. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 18 July 1846

" TUESDAY, "Í4. Before His Honor the Chief Justice. Ellen Kent was charged with having felonious)] received a looking glass, the property of George Dudley Webb, knowing it to be stolen. Mr. G. F.' Webb deposed he lived in George-street North, Mr. Hiverly lived with him in April. His room was entered on the morning of the 2nd April, and some of his property and a looking-glass ol witness's was stolen. The ' glass was similar tc to th is; .a .roark like this was on it; saw it some weeks after in the Police-office. ; Mr. Edward Uiveriy sworn.-Remembers a ehesl containing clothes, &c, being stolen, also a looking, glass; that glass is..'the same; it is Mr. Webb's property; have no doubt of il; know.it by thc back. The doors of the room were found dosed after the-robbery ; they are folding-doors ;. witness left them secure ; had gone out at six o'clock, and and returned about half past eight; the robber) was committed during witness's absence. Examined by Mr. Windeyer.-Knows the ...

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Flogging in Prison. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 18 July 1846

Autcs'Kthé'many beneficial«triages which Prison discipline has undergone, none so warmly excites : the approval or philanthropist», as those regulations whieh .have; ;dUqpaliBíil:(gaolers from inBicting .torture upon prisoners,tnnder the, pame of salinan correction.' Fortunately' the' power bf punishing without trial bns ceased to exist; and more bomana 1 and judicious officiais-are' entrusted with.the pre iservation.of.discipliiie,»;! -rj.jj ¡ ,,, 'It|,is therefore moat,¡ lamentable, that bygone -abuse's should,, under tbV guise of necessary cbas 'tiseiúeút/'be ' revived through'the very médium ''instituted1 as an effectual bar against their recur- rence; the case of Clifford, the burglar, sufficiently i shops pthe possibility, This man, shortly before his, condemnation, attempted to escape, but being frustrated, was brought before the. Mayor and Capt. Innes, omi for the offence'was ordered to receive ¿ne hundred lashes Awhile yet untried!-and for aught kno.wft.,tp the brare of Jus...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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Country News. BATHURST. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 18 July 1846

Country News.   BATHURST           t july 1st was a busy day in the town- ship, s in consequence of the opening of three newly-licensed houses, and :néw land- lords to others.1 Many of these gave away spirits, wines, and malts on the occasion, and some shoolers and spungers indulged freely on the cheap score, and the conse- quence resulting from their deb&ïich, was, that -cracked crowns and black eyes be- came prevalent. There was talk of a roast ox and barrels of ale, but this was no gb. Of the newly-licensed houses, the Elephant and 'Castle is a.splendid and commodious building, capable,-if- well conducted, of affording ;gQpd accommodation ; one room lin. this building is the most capacious of .arty'in the other houses of .this description in the towri, measuring S^ feet long, by 21 fèét'iri breadth,°thé breadth of the room being,, in strnnge_ disproportion.. with the length ; tilts room should h...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 25 July 1846

Shipping; Intelligence. ' AMUVALS. . .'' ~ . .tut/r 10.-Skcruc, brig, 131 tons, Love, master, from .Moreton Hay thu -Ith iiistaut. < 10.-Terror, schooner, 05 tons, Dunning, master, from Auckland thc Sud, ami Bay of Islands tho Cth' instant. ' ' 20.-Maukin, brig, 130 tons, Cooney, master, from Auckland tho 0th instant 20. -Mai tl and, s teamer, 103 tous, Parsons, master, from Port Macquarie 21. -William the Fourth, steamer, fi3 tons, Wisc mau, master, from thc Clarence Uiver. 21. -Phoenix, American ship, -125 tons, Bassett, master, from the whaling fishery. 22. -Tamar, steamer, 130 tons, Allen, master, fruin Moreton Buy, the 12th instant. 22.-William, schooner, (!2 tons, Freeman, master, from Moreton Bay tho 2nd, and Trial Bay the 18th instant. 22. -Canton Packet; American ship,;'274 tons, Chtirmun, master, from the whaling grounds ; left New Bedford, October, 1845, dud thc Jb'eejoc Islands, 2oth Juue.Tlb4ü. ? ? , 23. -Emerald Islc.shîp, 501 tons, Palmer, mastor, from Loud...

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HAY AND CORN MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 25 July 1846

HAÏ- AND COHN" MARKET. Hny, 89 loads,, from 7s. 9.1. to 8s. OJ., average 8s. Cd. lier cwt. Straw, 21 loads,' from 3s. 0*1. to-ia. Od., average 3s. Od. per cwt. Wheat, 1!) loads, from' 43. Od. to Os. Od., average 5s. Od. per bushel. ?Green Bedding ll loads, from 5s. Od. to Os. Cd. per load. 1 Green Fodder 31 loads, from Od. to Od. per dozen wholesale. ' , Cows, 10, from £3 to £0 each. . Calves, 5. Pigs, 19, from 3d. to 0$d. per lb.

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Settlors' Price Current [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 25 July 1846

Settlors' Price Current . - CATTLE. No.. Weigut. Price. 114 ? 700 £b IO 74 OOO 4 7 Ö00 0 0 175 700 5 0 Purcli. Merreti Hill mid Argent Cleeve Hill and Argentt

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THE WITH[?] [?]. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 25 July 1846

THE WlTHIUteD nOK«; *". " : ti I wunld not give il)is wither'tl.flower . ' F,.? all the garlands you could twine ¡ It makes mo think of roany nu In ur. When love, ami hope, and youth were mine. Its blushes, like my cheeks', are dead, But oh ! there lingers a perfume, Liku menfory of pleasures fled, That half revives its fadest bloom. This rose was given me on the day. .f I first began to know love's pawer ; It was the fairest rose of Slay, Alas! it was an emblem flower ; So bright, so purely bright, it seemed, I diHuuit not that a canker lay. Within its breast: had I but dreamed Aright, I should not weep to day. ' I placed it in my bosom near The uew-fonnd heart exchanged for mine. The Uower, methought, shed one cold tear, Which chill'd awhile its barning shrine; Day after day I saw it sink, As love took wing for newer bowers.. ; Alas! that there should bo such link< . - .' 'Twixt fickle hearts and fading flowers.

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To Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 25 July 1846

/ ^ ' T* Oort «»poadept». ' . _Ç-' A Spite» ytá ', Corel or jr fought ia lb« rtiij p*rt oí! AosufCT JÉiñ, beeren ib- iür u¿ lQcb oí ti»-j loonta. j A CIT II XT.-Too lue. I A. D.-See *óVertij*iníxit. I TJrora -SfctU ippexr is ©sr next. ; JJT*" The cantbtuaticm nf the article vpcm Holland is in type, bvt a press of rubxrtiscments at a late hoxr, renders , it necessary to postpone it,

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FAREWELL. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 25 July 1846

. FAREWELL. . i *. v Farewell!:I shall nut.be to.thee,.;,, v.-. . More than a possini.thought ;. ... ;" Rut every.time.and place will.be, vjr. is :¡v: With thy remembrance fraught, / :_; ,; ; - : :. . .'- .: ;. .'!.! !!-?':? ? ? .? ! . Farewell! wo have not often met, . -....i. We ma^not meet again; . .. a ; ' Dut on my heart.the seal is set,., , . ^ T; I ne'er can .love, again, j . . ? . .. . -FruiUess, as.constancy tnay'bb, "; ".,',' * " ' No cliauce, no'changed cannum ïrom ib'ce,' i One who loves the'eVil^y/,w.e1',«; Jrr*i''-j ' " 'Bttit'tihow fond.lij» how bréiiiîie farewell.", j

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 25 July 1846

NOTICE TO CORRESPOXDESTS. All communications to the Ojjtce of BelPs ?Life must be prepaid, or they tcill not' be received.

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BELL'S LIFE IN SYDNEY. SATURDAY, JULY 25, [?]. Latest English News. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 25 July 1846

. BELL'S. LIFE IN SYDNEY. : "SATDEDÀT. 3 VIS 25, 184«. Ttatest TfrigH»'*! S'en. THE Emerald Isle brines English papers to the"26th of March, whicn contain ver j little'political intelligence. In Ireland the attention of the Government has been j awakened to the alarming prevalence of a j low typhus fever, and extensive arrange- I rnents irave been made to afford the neces- j sa ry medical assistance. H. M, S. Carysfort may be daily ex-1 peeled with the new Governor, she having j mailed from Portland on the 18th March, j The Corn-law agitation was still carried j on with great spirit, and the Bill was ex- ! pected to pass the House of Commons in 1 a few days. The power of the Anti-Corn j Law League was still undiminished. A large ship for convicts was laid on, ^and Port Phillip has been appointed its .destination.

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THE OLD RIFLEMAN'S CORNER. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 25 July 1846

l'i ' , TtiË OLDÍRIÍÍEMÁÍÍ'S CÜBNÉB. Í: .THE first;1 of a' áitím^ot ff¿W^^''^»t!^'eá^ ; nected with the little, for tile Bpecial úse of all who aro fond of such a wanly.sport._. Query.-Which barrel-has tile preference, long or ,..shbrt?::j.:. iUy.<¿t<>r.u Vi vhjij ^ Ansrfer'.^i must give Bobiusl^niaximSj'as they are ,,,jaid.down by Min..':,;.».Ja [:,::?:.. ,?>:?:?,.??>« ; liai.-In any. piece ihe greater quantity of powder i with .which ilia charged, the greater will he the velocity of the bullet. . , . 2nd.-If two pieces of the same bore, but of dif- ferent lengths, , are tired with tile same charge of powder, the longer will" impel the bullet'with greater celerity .than the'shorter. 3rd.-The ranges of pieces at a given elevation, are unjust measures of the velocity of the shot ; for thef same' piece tired-successively at sn'in- variable elevation, with the powder aud bullet, " and every other circumstance as nearly tba same ' as possible, will yet ran...

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