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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 1 February 1845

A NOTEZ. WATER PARTX.-*A most singular feat was on Monday successfully performed on thc river between Vauxhall and Westminster Bridges. Mr. Barry, one of the clowns of Astloy's Theatre, had announced his intention of sailing from Vauxhall to Westminster ia a washing-tub drawn by two geese. The cïuwd assembled to witness this abränge undertaking was very large, and would have been greater had not tho affair come off before the appointed time. The road from the new Houses of Parliament to Thames-bank was olmoBt impassible, and an immense number of persons stationed themselves upon tho wharfs sud barges. The'opposito shore, particularly the Bishop's-walk, was also thronged, and for long before tho hour fixed upon a number of boats filled with anxious spectators rowed tip to Vauxhall Bridge, and took up favourable positions. ' At about half-past three o'clock Mr. Burry,'in his clown's dresB, and ac- companied by several of his friends, arrived at tlie bridge, and all things being prepar...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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Police Report. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 1 February 1845

police íütpovt. -o MONDAY.-Mary Rourke, aliaB "tho able dealer," was introduced to Iiis Worship, the Mayor, charged with assaulting a constable. It appeared that Mary (whose partiality for a spree at either fist or stick, is pretty well known for à number of years back, in the neighbourhood of her residence at Lane Cove, as well as the Market Wharf locality, whither she has been a regular trader in fire wood) and one of the boatmen had a bit of a row on Saturday even- ing, whioh attracted the attention of a constable named Tankard, who took the man into charge on the convenient charge on being a runaway : Mary feeling indignant at the insult offered to her re- tainer, transferred her anger on the instant to tho "trap," on whose ' countenance sho planted her "bunch of fives"-for this offence, and sundry playful epithets bestowed oa Tankard she was fined 20s. and 2s.' Od. costs. WEDNESDAY.-Alexander William Hoyle! This man of published notoriety, was chargoóVbefore the presiding Magis...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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Odds and Ends. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 1 February 1845

: . ©fcösa nti îS-ntis;'; .Tue Foiq A BALLAGH- BOYS.-Tho 87th.Fusi leers ure commonly called the " Foig R Ballaglis." The war cry of our -commanders; both at sea ami laud, become : the household''words bf a nation: " Eugland-èxpeots every man to'do his ditty." " Vp; lads, and at thom." are ¡phrases that cannot fail t<i I be remembered. Thc words Foig a .Bftllogh'.(cle.ah I the way) wiie addressed to tho soldiery, of; tho öTth'by Major'(now Gênerai Sir* iiugh) Gough; at the 'battle ^of Barossa; in' March,' 1811/ Tho I French charged'-bayonets. The major' uttered I this.'rallying cry; and the l'^isileers.'reversin'B thçiri muskets, dashed among tlieuv, and- li terally cleared) the way. - One of tho most lively of the national airs, of Ireland bears this name. t.]\ I- POISONING, at' Aitsissic-M. . Griihainl^a* chemist at Poictiers, has proposed a mode of rcu I dering poisoning by .arsenic moro '.'dlttlonlt.'- He: 'recommends, that this article .shall be'sold) only '?whenmixe...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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THE HYPOCRITICO-METHODISTICO BAR-THE-KITCHENO-JOURNAL. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 1 February 1845

TH E HYPOCRITICO-M RTH ÓDISTICO BAR-THE-KITCHENO-JOUUNAL. THIS d-d ridiculous rag, which has made ita appearance as the advocate of " Chris- tianity and Wesleyan Methodism," coupled with any other ranting and canting fraternity who will " go snacks" in the expenses, has in its last number issued such a disgusting compound of beastiality and balderdash, that we feel ourselves bound to notice it. They start with an " OUTLINE OF A PROPOSED SO- CIETY, to be called ' TUB SOCIETY FOR ' PRO- MOTING CHRISTIAN UNION,' " and after having explained that " a subscription of one shilling shall be paid per quarter by each ordinary member," &c, and having further decided in their 8lh regulation, that " all meetings of the committee and of the society shall be opened and closed with prayer,".they make a few vapid allusions to what they facetiously term VREPALE," and the Virgin Mary's petticoats. Now, as to this society of "Chris- tian Unity," we look upon it as neither more nor less than an...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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WINDSOR. (From our own Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 1 February 1845

WINDSOBV (From our own.Correspondent.) j A CHEAP, COMMODIOUS, AND SLAP-UP DBAG.- ! Our truly enterprising'and spirited townsman Mr. ' . Henry Hudson, opposition coach proprietor, has ' once more been kind enough to treat the inhabitants of Windsor) Eichmond, and the adjacent districts, ' with a very splendid and commodious Four-Horse >' Coach, called the Native, displaying on either sido . : the emblematical motto of thc EMU and KAKOABOO . ' .» ?' this vehicle was built by Slr. Urquahart of Farra- *. ?? matta, whcBo name alone, will speak for its qnaHtj i . - it is to run from Windsor to Sydney, and VICE-VEBSA daily. Mr. H. treated a great number of his friends and patrons, to a very pleasant .drive- throughout tho boroughs of Windsor and Richmond on Sunday evening last, drawn by 4 splendid gray tits driven by that first-rate "four-in-hander"-George ^ Perry-with a view of the Currenoy Lass in all her ' purity, decorated -with »1KB BLUE, and I-EATHBBS of ? all.colours, except WKIT...

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 — 1 February 1845

w BELL'S IiïFE EST SYDNEY 'ILL be published',each.Sátur (lay at 4 p.m., at the Printing Office,-1-7, Bridge-street^ where all j communications will'feé received;' The terms are 6s: per quarter,.; in advance; 7s. 6d: credit; and] advertisements .^\dll be cliarge'd^ ~2st »Öd. for the first inch, witíi ls. for every additional inch of : space. ggjT'.Where Agencies'.' are not fprmed, the, only ; .safe ïnpdé for parties desirous .of becoming, Suh scyibers, to ensure the regular re- ceipt of'"'bur futi\re numbers,' will be tri cbm¿iünicáté',diréctíy^ plffic'e 'ih. Sydney, enclosing the re- quired? advance. ... .I lr) : . : .= ;-. ?? WOOL AND ;TALLOW... ".. , .?,' . TjrpÖ'L AND TALLOW purchased, or a liberal 1V -"'" Cash advance'given thereon upon the day of delivery into Store.'for consignment to Liverpool or London by . . : . ; ' «V . BUCHANAN AND , CO, OFFICE-Lyons'Buildings, George-street., , i; STORES--Darling If arbour Wharf, bite, ' Gosling, Brokil, and Co.'s. ' ' , . SUPERIOR AND E...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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THE COLONIAL LIBERTY OF THE PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 1 February 1845

THE COLONIAL LIBERTY OF THE ?.. PRESS. . IT is ari every day saying that " public men are public, property,'' and ..this infera, that the critiques and journalists of the age have no check upon the examination, either laudatory ? or condemnatory, of the character of any member of this body j but what a mistake ! a publicTraan is, if anything, mote shielded from scrutiny than the most; retiring individual in the country. And. how.:so? Because the LAW bf custom forbids us to meddle with his (so called) private character. '-'/' '...'t . This error, like many of its fellows, is one which sewus to have originated in, its own specific body, and though -'fraught with dangers the most specious, has passed by the silent and disinterested acquièsceuce of the multitude Unto law--a <la\v which has more than once ¡entailed upon the^conscientious, and -faithful iadvo&.fe'-of popular freedom the most severe ^pecuniary and .¡.personal .deprivations, »;ahd iwhich-in the>present...

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Aquatics. THE FIFTY-SEVENTH ANNIVERSARY. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 1 February 1845

aquatic*. _ THE FIFTY-SEVENTH ANNIVERSARY. Monday being the day appointed for celebrating a festival (which we sincerely trust will be re- peated over and over again, by our children and their descendants, when we are laid in "that bourne from which no travellers return")-was ushered in with a continuous night's rain, which came down copiously throughout the- day, such as would put'a DAMVER on minds less ardent than those of the sons of Australia and its fair daughters, whether by birth or adoption. ' There they were, their splendid silks adhering to their delicate frames, whilst, their gorgeous feathers, gay ribbons, and laces, bore testimony to the inclemency of the weather-but they stood as immoveable as the " Maid off Saragossa" so "well described in the " Campaigns of the Peninsula"-notwithstanding the selection of their wardrobe, and the vicissitudes to which it was subjected. We have no hesitation in saying that such is our confidence in the pa- triotism as well as virtue of ...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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Original correspondence. The Editor does not identify himself, with the opinions expressed by his Correspondents, but merely gives insertion to such Communications as are entitled to public concideration. To THE EDITOR OF BELL'S LIFE IN SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 1 February 1845

Original Qtovvenvowientc» 83-TA« Editor does not identify himself, with the opinions expmscd by hit Correspondents, but merci!/gives insertion ta such Communications as are entitled to publie eon. ttderation, , To Tim EDITOR OT BIU'S LIFE IN STDHBV./] ' SIR,-WI io would liave anticipated that in 1845, after the lapse of some sixty years experience in that peculiar economy of peual operation for which this giant isle was appropriated, the public mind of New Holland could be awakened to a Bense 'of danger from the iuaptitudo of her convict system ?. Tliat ruffians, for whose melioration modem law- givers liave divorced the Btern dictates of the disciplinarian to espouse a fauoifiil charity, should open afresh the sores of their contamination, spreading in reckless excesses their polluted in lluence through a land where civilization aud virtue have well-nigh supplanted tho national stain, and «hanged this once barbarous rendezvous of felons i uto au enlightened and important community....

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SPORTING REVIEWER. The Curf. THE DRAPERS' CLUB RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 1 February 1845

SPORTING REVIEWER. Cljc ©ut* C. THE DRAPERS' CLUB RACES. On Monday last the annual race meeting of this body came oft' nt Homebush, and though tho rain had continued falling throughout tho whole of the previous day, various friendly surmises os to its cessation on the important occasion met with but an incessant and pitiless contradiction. : Notwithstanding these peculiarly unfa- vorable circumstances, the extensive prc parafions and liberality of the stewards hid excited a general interest, and the reals, clogged as they were with mud, presen'ly bespoke the pleasurable emotions and anticipations of the dotted and splattered knots, who, in defiance of wind and weather, were to be seen eagerly pressing forward to the scene of action. The variety and number of vehicles was, perhaps, materially lessened by the weather preventing the attendance of many ladies, though some of our sporting townsmen were not to be daunted in carrying out their preparations of going to thc races in their ca...

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THE EMPEROR NICHOLAS, HIS NOBLES, SERFS, AND SERVANTS, [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 1 February 1845

THF. EMPEROR NICHOLAS, IIIS NOBLES, SERFS, AND SERVANTS, It is surprising how little thc social and political condition of the Russian empire is known, comprising as it does the largest portion bf the habitable globe evér united under one dominion, and giving umbrage as it does to so many interests' by the shadow of its still increasing greatness. There are, no doubt, many causes which may partially account for this lack of in- formation on a theme so interesting ; into these it is hot our present purpose to enter, bnt we content ourselves with the observa- tion which no resident, in the Russian empire we feel confident will attempt to gainsay, that until within the last two years no traveller had given any account from.which the faintest idea of her modern condition could be gathered. We have had since then an admirably, written book from a female pen, which only leads us: to lament that the fair 'authoress who has so charmingly described the little she has seen, should have seen s...

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THE WEDDING DAY; OR, THE BUCCA NEER'S CURSE, A FAMILY LEGEND. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 1 February 1845

.ine WEDDING DAY; OB, TUE BUCCA^ NEBR'S CURSE, A FAMILY LEGEND. j DT T. IXOOLDBBT. . It has a jocund sound, That gleeful marriage chime, As from the old and ivied tower, It peals; at the early matin hour, . . : . . Its merry, merry round ; . And tlie Spring is in its prime, And the song-bird, on the spray, Trills from' his throat, in varied not, ' Au emulative lay- ' ' It has a joyous sound !! , And the Vicar is there with his wig and bis book, . Arid the Clerk with his grave, quasi-sanctified look, And there stand the' village maids all with their posies, ?,, Their lilies, and dafiy-down-dilies, and roses, 'Dight in white, '.. '. ' ' A comely sight, Fringing the path to the left and the right ; -From our nursery days we. all of us know . . Ne'er doth " Our Ladye's garden grow" "So fuir for a " Grand Horticultural Show" As when bórder'd with " pretty maids all on a row.'' And the urchins, are there, escap'd from the mle j Of that " Limbo of Infants," the' National School, ' . Whoopi...

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Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 1 February 1845

Cricket.   A match at single wicket will be played on Monday, at the Hyde Park ground, between Messrs. M. Clarkson and Horner. The latter seems to be the favorite at 6 and 7 to 4. The Victoria will meet the Currency on the same ground, on Monday, 10th instant. We understand that Mr. M. Clarkson, of the Australian, has been elected an honorary member of the Victoria Club.

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GOULBURN CRICKET MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 1 February 1845

GOULBURN CRICKET MATCH.   We have been favored by our Goulburn corres- pondent with a detail, of the Cricket Match that   came off there on Monday last, in commemoration of the 57th anniversary of the colony. The fol- lowing is the result : - MASSINGHAM'S NINE. FIRST INNINGS. Kinsell, bowled by Plowright --- 0 Symonds, " " --- 0 G. Smith, " " --- 2 Flinn, c. " --- 2 Wilson, bowled by Cook --- 2 Moxom, " " --- 0   Bass, run out --- 4 Massingham, not out --- 27 Byes --- 6 Total --- 37 SECOND INNINGS. Bass, bowled by Plowright --- 0 Massingham " --- 0   Kinsell " --- 0   Symonds " --- 17   Josephs, caught " --- 4   G. Smith, " " --- 0 Wilson, bowled by Cook --- 0 Finn " " --- 0   Moxom, not out --- 0   Byes --- 4 --- 34 Total --- 73 PLOWRIGHT'S NINE. FIRST INNINGS. Cook, run out --- 11 Hall, b. by Massingham --- 21 Plowright, c. by Kinsell --- 28 J. Smith, b. by Massingh...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 1 February 1845

THE FRIENDS of the late MRS. ELIZABETH DOUGLASS are respectfully informed, that her funeral will take place TO-MORROW, (Sunday) the 2nd of February, at 4 o'clock, P. M., at which time the Procession will move from her late Resi- dence, George-street, where they are respectfully solicited to attend. RICHARD HAYES, Undertaker.   BELL'S LIFE IN SYDNEY   AND   SPORTING REVIEWER. THE Proprietor of this Journal, have resolved upon not issuing in future a greater number of copies than are required for their subscribers. Office, 17, Bridge-street.     FIFTEEN POUNDS REWARD.       WHEREAS the office of Messrs. R. and E. Tooth, Kent Brewery, Parramatta-street, Sydney, was, by the means of a skeleton key, entered by four men, on Thursday, 16th instant, about two o'clock in the morning, and thirty-six pounds taken therefrom — the undersigned offers Five Pounds, and guarantees Ten Pounds more ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 1 February 1845

DEATH.-At twelve o'clock last night, at her resi- dence, George-street, ELIZABETH the wife of Mr. THOMAS DOUGLASS, of the "Bull's Head," in her 30th year, universally regretted. She has left three small children and a disconsolate husband to deplore her loss.

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Local Entelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 1 February 1845

I floral SiUclUgettcs. I COKBISTBHCY OF TUB. PHOFESBION.-It is re- markable with, what an. instinct the sons and ildiughters of frail mortality>adhere to tho force bf |l»tit, from the kitchen to the boudoir, from the [lUble to the library- it is all the same ; but midst the various avocations which occupy our numerous population, we find none who ore more jealous of then; privilege, or who are more inclined to give " nothing for nothing" than the lawyers. It-matters not how elevated his rank in society, what his character for humanity and all that, touch tho |; Uwjer on the professional point " gratis," and there joufind him sensitive. : .We. are led into these remarks from a." dry" answer made by our present Major to a respectable looking citizen on Monday lut, who applied to. him for directions as to what »he should do with two children whom the father |l:ft In his care and abandoned. " I don't sit here |to giva advice," . replied his worBhip, rather testy' ^°Mr. Nichols is jus...

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Shipping Nems[?] ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 1 February 1845

ARRIVALS. January 25.-William the Fourth, «teamer. Wiseman, from tho Clarence Uiver thc 23rJ instant. Passengers-Captain Coutts, Mr. Irvy, and four in tho steerage.' - 20.-Shamrock,' steamer, Gilmore, from Port Phillip tho 10th, Launceston tho 22nd, and Boyd Town the döth' instant.' Piís^eñgers"- Mossrs. Harris; Boyd; Cflfrae* two Masters White, . Dr. Adams, Messrs. Merrick, Roberts,. George, Pitts, and Boróilált), Miss Pitts, Mrs. Brookes, servaut and three children, Mr. Bloomfield, 25th Regiment, Mossrs. Hamilton, Hibbard, Lang, Orr, M'Cleymout, Mrs. B. Cnllaghan, Mrs. Moms, Mr. aud Mrs. Robertson, Miss Dick, Mrs. Saunders, Mr. H. Wales, Mr. and Mrs. Carney, Mr. and Mrs. M'Laren, Messrs. Hall, .Leaker, Lloyd, and Morton, Mrs. Gold, Mr. and'Mrs. Furnell, Messrs. Hall,' Spears, Colo, arid Robinson. 20.-Sovereign, steamer, Capo, from Moreton' Bay tho 23rd instant. Passengers-Mr. and Mrs. ? St: George Gore, Messrs. John M'Connell, Francis Forbesj C. Coxen, Richardson, Anderson, and Cr...

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Country News. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 30 August 1845

Country News. Thursday next being the 4th day of September, the first or Maiden Show of the Penrith and Hawkesbury Agricultural Society takes place in this district. The site selected for tho exhibition of the .various Quadrupeds, from sucking pigs to thorough- bred bloods, is situated in the centre of the beautiful, fertile, and picturesque Held of Clarendon, formealy the favorite seat of the late Captain Cox, distant about 2$ miles from Windsor, and ono mile from thc town of Richmond. Pens for thc reception of the stock intended for exhibition are already erected. The field in which Ute ploughing takes place is immediately adjoining, the selectiou of which does much credit to the committee of management. It is supposed there will be not less than 40 candi- dates. .Ribbons have risen 00 per cent, during tho week, tho competitors wishing to he prepared with cockades ond other favors, in order that they may bo immediately decorated on being proclaimed victor. It is couCdcutly anticip...

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No. VI. No. [?] [Copy of letter sent to Mr. Torrens.] [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 30 August 1845

Ill « . ."... .in rrirm» nf loltPT QPnt tn Mr. Torrens.! ' I ; Sit-I hara just received yours, «nd hávo not ..¡a» to say much. She told you jthat it was a family ».ur whicli kept me from, re turning ray promise ¡ im lorry to say it is, I am sorry to say it is, and 1 itu it will not end without tbe death of 'some «iof the family. I do "not; wont to make û our family affairs known tb every one ; , my atif rbÍBgs «xe more than I can support ; " I must "take .'njbed soon ; I am sorry to hear that Anna .will lue nothing more to 'say to me ; it was my.inten;. tra to take her and it is so. now ; I give you .my »«rd I will not take another; I hope you^.will try od keep her from going away ; if my health will fnuit I will come and see you as .Boon ns my tether comes down from the farms to protect my úlers; it never was my intention to'trifle with any Pl«'feelings. I have not time to say:'any more, hjt is twenty minutes to four/ arid it' will not go *J tte post if I am any longer: ;. : ~ ; ; ...

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