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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 25 July 1846

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Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
" FAIR PLAY." [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 25 July 1846

" FAIR PLAY." I j reference to a letter which appeared in I oar columns of Saturday last, we copy the ! following reply from the Sydney Morning Herald:- . ; To the Editors of the S. AL Herald. GESTLEJIES,-You will oblige mer by insertion the enclosed letter, whick I haye this da; received from Mr.'OUrje'n, the husband of the.ucforinnste .lady who threw herself over board in the passa» from Kngland. to Sydney, and which letter I think will folly satisfy the public that the assertions m&Je nae of by " Fair Play" in BSLL'S.Lira, on Satnrdjy last, have been1 sent forth to the world with the hope of raining my character in . the estimation of the pablic in general, i' . .. . m ? I am. semienten, vonr obedient servant. B ? . ? . .MALCOLM MACDONALD, g '"''Master of tÜe sWp Ganges. H Sedner, July 20.' V- ; -*--- * " 3 . "My dearSir»--Having observed ia BELL'S LI rn H .in Sydney, of this date, a paragraph commenting on B the death of mir poor unfortunate wife,, who jumped overboard f...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COCKING AND QUOITS. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 25 July 1846

. /cOCKESG AND QÜÓlTS. J A maia of fire cocks will be fooght at the sign o the " OW Straggler," Parramatta street, on "Monday the 27th ic yt int, for, £10 a-side, arid £2 per biutle At the.same time a'Quoit Match,'for ^O,' will b( played by two amaten». A good lnheh' wînT be* pro : rided on the occasion, j

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COCKING AT RICHMOND. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 25 July 1846

COCKING AT BICHMOND. On Monday Iis« a Main of seven for Five Pound; and Two Pounds upon each battle, camé off' at Richmond, between Georg» Cnpit of Windsor, and Gilby of Richmond, which terminated in favor'of Gaby, winning 4 ont of 7. We never recollect seeing so fine a clutch of wUite-hactles brought into a cock pi t'as the whole of those* produced by Gilby. So much alüe were they that we could scarcely tell the one from" the other. It w31 be remembered by many that Gilby ouse eon tested the championship with Chiller, and made no mean effort.to strip the liareis from the , brow of the boomer. 1 Cnpit once coalesced the championship of the ? light weights with Bungaree, in which contest he was defeated, but afterwards achieved rainy gil lani victories..... It *» somewhat strange now, when in the downhill,of life, to find (these two veteran warrior» of the P.B. conten ding the honors of the Australian: cocfc-pit. _ ? .,..,.'.*

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 25 July 1846

I Soeai Intelligence J I IsQUzsis.-Oa Saturday an inquisition ] tras held on the body ol John Carter, j whose leg had been broken ia a drunken j j squabble while be was suffering uuder de- i ¡ liHutn tremens. A verdict of death through ' delirium tremens was recorded.-Another j inquest was held on Tuesday on a ship carpenter named Thompson, who died from : apoplexy.-On the same day an inquest j was held on the bodies oí Mark Blucher j and'William Bowman; the former, while j passing Petty's Hotel, complained of pain : in his chest, and shortly after expired ; ! Bowman, whilst rowing bis boat towards j Balmain, died instantly. A verdict of died of visitation of God was returned .ia both cases. ] TOOLING IT.-About eight or ten days j slat*, th« conglomerated body oí imbi cu es eon ! stitating th» Principal Superintendent of Convicts t Omce, wts thrown into s desperate stats cf excite - j mtit, and grew wratb in the fervor of virtuous ia ] ¿ira¿iioa it a süzht impatanon .being made 03 j...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SPORTING REVIEWER. Races to come. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 25 July 1846

SPORTING REVIEWER, Í Xtaces ta come. Ps»Tt M WOTETiS ....... P«fT?-!itQ_._.... Frré Do-t :. 7. - . 7.. Miihiiriai ..._...... 21 «4 *=3 J al;. 17& «aá-ISA SÍJH. 19th, -aiäi Aer.

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 — 25 July 1846

' * M. do Buffon ßtrnngely offlrms, tlfnt tlie'Hussors nnd Hungarian's slit the : nostrils ot their ' horses with a view to incrooso their wind, and to prevent their neighing;.and'that Hungarian, Croatian, and Palish horses continue to old ago to have the mark in all their ibrc-teeüi. ' ' - ? ri . *'»? , i- Kerguelen's Vojago to the Northi " ' "" ..

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
First Performance of the Sydney Amateur Club. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 25 July 1846

rirsl gcxtonaance of ibe Sydney Ama- j tear Club. ! TUE members of this new society made their debut on Wednesday at the City Theatre. The pieces chosen were the Inn- keeper of Alberville, andLuke the Labourer. To the first piece scenic embellishment and stage tact are indispensable ; the novices had therefore placed themselves under dif- ficult circumstances, but on the whole their efforts were successful. Luke the Labourer was played more to the satisfaction of the audience, and probably of the amateurs. The entertainment, generally speaking, was at least equal to an ordinary performance at the Tictoria Theatre. . The opening ad- dress, written by a Mr. Maxwell, is highly creditable to the. composer Altogether the first performance of the company was respectable, considering the difficulties of the preliminary step, and we wish the ama- teurs success in their undertaking.

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Theatricals. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 25 July 1846

Theatricals. I _ i WE think it is a remark of George Daniells" " that it is always pleasanter- to greet suc- cess than to record a failure"-a sentiment in which we are always gîad io concur when recording the doings of the Yicîoria corps dramatique, albeit sur>h opportunities are *' few and tar between it is therefore - with pee il-ar pleasure we refer to tlie brii , h'ant success of " The Bohemian Girl." as : a:ike inrontestably proving the capabilities cf the public in appreciating pieces of the highest excellence, and holding out á strong incentive to Messrs. Gibson and Wyatt still to prosecute their creditable career. I We are not of thal class who are continu \ ally harping on Ike t: Legitimate Drona f i ali we demand is, a *' clear stage and no j favour," and that the mana<rement would j occasionally devote their care, judgment, I and expense upon good pieces, as they so i often do upon unmeaning and unmitigated j trash, and we have too high an opinion of i ail c...

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 — 25 July 1846

' . Aooordlug to the ? Anglo-Saxon computation, forty-eight shillings made a pound, equal in silver to.about ..throe, pounds _of ; our. present,money, In jaine to fifteen or' sixteen1 'pounds, abd. fljre peuce «lade one shilling.

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CHAPTER III. HISTORY OF THE ENGLISH HORSE. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 25 July 1846

CHAPTER III. Il I STORY OP TUE ENOÏ.I8II I10U8E. THE earliest record of the horse in Gre¡ Britain is contained in the history given b Julius Caesar of his invasion of our islam The British army was accompanied fa numerous war-chaiiots, drawn by horsei Short scythes were fastened to the ends < the axletrees, sweeping down every thin before them, and carrying terror and deva; tatton into the ranks of their enemies. Til conqueror gives a most animated descrip tion of the dexterity with which the horse were managed. What kind of horse the Britons Uhe possessed, it would be useless to inquire but, from the cumbrous structure of tin cur, and the fury with »hieb it was driven and from the badness or non-existence of th roads, they must have been(both active ant powerful in an extraordinary degree. Csesa deemed them so valuable, that he carriei many of them to Rome ; and the Britisl horses were, for a considerable period after wards, in great request in various parts o the Roman ...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 25 July 1846

W HIP, S. . * , FOR SALE, at SCOTT'S, 382 George-street, n splendid collection of silver'mounted ruling whips-;-Skinner's best tandem, four-borse,-gig,-atid carriage whips in great,variety;. .A few'very. hand- some silver and gold mounted: ladies': riding: whips. 1 ; Whips' of every description .'wade '' to. 'ordeV're mouútéd/répáirea &tr. "Î balita 1U ":"',,:'t "'"'f90 TOBÜ7E rKtTCBAMO. ?.Bmoas-STasKT, BEGS to inform, hi* ,fri«uds omi thrj public^ lim: he hu»- Ww nu assortant of Ladies'* Gentlemen's, and Children's boots «ml shoes of the best quality, to winch lie invites their attention.. ALSd Stockmen's boots. All orders executed with pnnc ' tnality. -, 120 CAMBELLFI ELD RACES. THE Subscription List and Accounts of these Daces in May last, having been handed over by me to Mr. Hurler, the same ure at any time open! for inspection by any of tho Subscribers.'1 H. WADDY Hon. Sue. '. 23rd July, 1840. '* 131 .SYDNEY. Ti TR. GEORGE SEYMOUR, (late or Wiurtsor,) lYI-long known us ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 25 July 1846

The .Emerald Isle ha'd very. heavy weather for seventeen days after leaving Spitbcad, during which she %vas.ouly able to reach the Madeiras.. H. M. S. Carysfort, left Spitheatl for Sydney via the Cape of Good Hope the 1 lilli March, she subse- quently put into Portland Keach, arid left there the 18th; the Emerald Isle passed a man-of-war 20th of May, in Lat. 33' S., Long, ll' W.', which was sup- posed to be ben-? ? Captain Palmer report's having spoken the Sarah Scott oh Sunday last, in Lat;3(J O' S., Log." 100' 57 E., aud on Wednesday afternoon, signalled thc Agincourt ott* Port Hacking. " 1 ' The,Waverly was nunouriaed in'Loudon to'be: the P. O. P. for April,; and tho P'enynrd Park would most probably be taken-up as the packer.'for the en- suing month. ' . ,. ' The Maitland had been taken off thc berth for Sydney, arid was' announced in Hardy's List. of tíi'e llth'bf March;'to sail for l'ort Phillip oh tho 25 th of April, witli'convicts. '*,,'' ' '"" ; .The Rookery, 311 tons, Greg...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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Port Phillip. PUBLIC OUTRAGE.—BATTLE OF THE BOYNE. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 25 July 1846

Port PbUUp. ; PUBLIC OUTRAGE.-BATTLE OF, THE..; . BOYNK. ."! '. . ? I.\ consequence of ono of those useless'exhibitions of political partizauship; denominated Orangeisrn, arranged to come off at the Pastoral Hotel yester- day evening, in tjio'shape bf a dinner given' by the members of the Melbourne Oraüge Lodge io cèlc brnte the anniversary of the Boyne Water, a serious disturbance; in wliioh, it is said, three individuals bavc:;bccu wounded, toolc'placo opposite the build; lng ábovementioned. 'The circumstances a're'briefly these :-The Orange flag "fluttered in the breeze' from ono of the Pastoral Hotel windows,' and the consequence was,, that a large number of persons, about 200 ia humber, desired'tho1 landlord, :Mrl Gordon, to remove the obnoxious ensign,' and gave him twenty minutes tb obey their orders to strike -tbU'time elapsed without the said "strike"being performed, whereon tlièSame mob; armed with guns atf^ pistols^ commenced ;an'attack','and fired several times into the ...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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Port Phillip. MORE RIOTING— ATTACK ON THE RESIDENT JUDGE. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 25 July 1846

Port Phillip. 4 MORE IUOTING- ATTACK ON ,THE RESIDENT JUDGE. ' The disturbances chronicled in our- Tuesday's number, were but the prelude of continued rioting on thc following day. Duriug the carly part of thc morning, the examination- at the Policeroffice in ? regard to the Orangemen -committed.to tlje watcb house on the previous evening, occupied thc. alton-" tion of the principal of the mob leaders, but these over symptoms of disturbance again manifested themselves, nad in u short time dozens of the rioters of tho "previons day were seen hastening, with, their fire arms openly exposed, to their various .: places of rendezvous, the principal of which was, - on this occasion, a public house in Elizabeth street, \ kept by a man named Collins. Hence they ad- journed, being from 80 to 100 in number, to thc ' open space on the north side of Lonsdale-strcct, in the rear of Dr. Patterson's residence, where they formed and continued nnder arms. In the meantime all mauuer of rumours were s...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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MORETON BAY. (CONTINUED FROM NO. 50, JUNE 27)[?] [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 25 July 1846

^ Í-- MORETON BAY. (CONTINUED FROM NO. 50, JUNE 27 ). After partaking of the,good cheer so amply provided by minehost at the Springs, for those who possess tile wherewithal! to wipe-out^the score; for a couple of days, I once more^mounted my pigskin, and with Peg quietly took my way towards the Com- missioner's (- Ralston, Esq.), whose locale is«ituuted about, six miles Irom the Springs- From the quiet appearance ot ail things about the abode of this all powerful functionary, one, would scarcely credit that' the body-guard consisting ol t^o or three idle troupers should at a mo- ment's' 'police, armed witli'a scrap Irom a pen, carry'to the toiling squatter more real evils th kn the much'-dreadedJ visit of the sheriff*s bum. A few unimportant cases were being settled between master and ser- vant in presence of his worship, but the inviting appearance of the dew-spangled Downs was sufficient inducement for me, o seeker ot pleasure only, to cut the coils ol law, and take a canter o'er ...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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Yeomanry Cavalry. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 25 July 1846

?yeomanry Cwralry. SOME weeks back we gave insertion to .several successive communications relative to ilie necessary defences of tbe Colony generally, and of tbe City of Syd Dey in , particular. Tbe remarks which we judged most worthy of notice were those upon the establishment of a Regiment ol Yeo- manry Cavalry, that branch of tbe service "being peculiarly well adapted to the emer- gencies of tbe Colony, and to tbe habiu and predelictions of the native youth. The other communications advocating the es- tablishment of a Militia and a Company of Artillery, have also a great claim upon the attention of the inhabitants of New South Wales ; but at present we will not advert particularly to either of them. . This Colony possesses to the full extent of its wants the two roost important re .quiremenls for the Cavalry service-men and horses beyond the ordinary standard. It has been justly asserted, that the youth of this Colony seem as if nature had in- tended them to become Cavalry soldi...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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Country News. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] WINDSOR. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 25 July 1846

- tf»öx ppn-,o»jr.coBBESPOSi)Ksrs.j u;.. m ' . .. WINDSOR. I The^Post1''Office'régulations^niiïst for j sdmè: tithe yet'claïrh à principal: share of ' my notice.'despite the enuhciátious of _ the ; Postmaster, arid his positive dererrniniv tîon'to resist to 'the utmost any salutary | idtèratiôfr: in the ;ëxistin{r rrjfes-he seenis tb think *«>whateverisv is <jjpht':" but! eas- ; not fancy any man in thepr>per possessjoii . pf hí* senses will for a moment questtc lbs flagrant absurdity of the followit: charges;--The?postase,of a. letter fro Windsor to ltichrhond, 'and«ice_vers«, four-pence, and the distance-only)Jai miles i when, on the other hand, tl charge for conveying a letter to Wiseman Ferry, a distance of thirty miles, is bi one penny. The letters to each place ai conveyed by .the same contractor,'ahd'ii eluded in the one -tender, for the bye mail Js not this inconsistency with a vengeance -and must we still be.told that no charil is contemplated. Fie on the s...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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For "Bell's Life in Sydney." [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 25 July 1846

Xor "Bell's xafe In Sydney." . ; THE chemistry of Hie and death, in tende 'to show how the earliest organised bein« . ; prepared the air and earth for their moi : . ? elaborate successors, and how the pri 1 sent order and harmony are dependei '"''on the same chemical laws which ha> ;eyer prevailed. Ts'siEAD of occupying my thoughts with consi jcrii . this phenomena of living beings-os some fastidioi . reasoners, with whom tho offence of beginning oibe . wise than at the BEOINSIKQ is oftener imagina thin real, might contend a necessity for-iri^'tl .present instance I shall proceed to the tombs organic life. The changes which are here pr greasing tre no less wonderful than any which liai 'tome under human consideration. We gee how : 'jife thé plant ministers to the' animal-the.anim to the plant, anil we shall see that in organio deal the same ministry goes on os though some spit ''still lingered in the decaying mass; its elements a: , busily, arranging themselves for.their future f...

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 — 25 July 1846

I Court of Bequests. ', ; A. . LOVE GAOE.-Ou Monday,/Marian Silver, a dashing blowen, charged a private knight of Lom- bardy named Smith with having illegally disposed of a gold ring which she had left os security for a bob he had advanced. The fair Marian declared that she and her sister, who has lately gone to Moreton Bay, " not" ; . ,...-.u ,1 " To WASTE ber sweetness in the desert,"'"' having entered Smith's house together, had obtained a hog upon the pledge, and 3ubseqtiently on offering tb redeem it, he had bounced into a fury,, lind anointed her face with saliva';'the ring was her sister's ; it was plaiu ; no hair- was about" it. Smith denied all knowledge, saying it was'iibt re-, corded in his book, also that Marian wanted'to get something from him, and hinted thtit he might have had "silver" for the gold if he liked.' The lady then called her father, Henry Germaine, who deposed that he went with Iiis daughter to the'pop j shop, and applied for thu pledge, but met'with abuse...

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