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

Police Ttu&órikí " ' .1 Only 17 drunkards made their.salaam on Momia? morning,, a diminution of nnmber per- fectly »rtr»ortHn«rj-almost -áé^mnch iso'"ás ttíe < total absence, or total abstinence'oí "sacrificers1 on, the previous -Thursday, -when-not one rogue, b«c- : chana),.or Tagabond, male ar female,,appeared as candidates for,the tender.", chastement-of the prej fading JosticeY." Ile ally t£b was Very extraordinary. ' A few dummies ought to be kept on hand. Johaalka Daly, > weU-kaown boarder at XecVs Hovel, was charged ky Serjeaat Adnssfitis baring <r=alt£»d; herself ier free raaocs aî W.^jjkt-awoloo. Tbe-Serjeani stssed thaï shcrüy mfccr-ths g»*-v--h mrlwTgct/ Jo^nata- wWrather cprotnwslü Pra streeí, and re&eaiíd directions lo ¿ir-tn in j*iee »ere unavailing; she eoctinned her disorderly freí.ls acal he took her iato eastoiy. Ia aaswer io Johanns.'* qaerieí, he added úm whta ordered io gi away she woalá coe, sad oa lis tsf ntrtirg to tai...

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

- Coast af Xeqústs. j _ J; i - Sxexr?« or Sx it's GeiTÍíú-Jossas'.Beses? Uî* ta îa^olTeat» braarht áralas: MITT Tarser » tilia m tbs ciase cf thf OSrïtî Assírnee of his estate. Th* ¿eEraá'iaS ii=:úíd¿í ¿eb: l¡zi been iaeuue-S prerioas to Bates," îss^ÎTearr, ba: sot lo the XISCO: tisinseá, srsj she btliiTí-d si» oara: co: ¡ ta piT 5j to him. Bess rrjHind, I SST* loariu tbî ? áel-ls. T¿* Cbírí Ciisanjíssioair--\Tbere is joar sAeôalt? Is ¿Lis Zthx in Bites--Xe, it is i>ot ia i; ! I hire DO copy her« ; that's ry copy ; the oopT is ia ¿a- Iasoîreaï Coan. (Bliss opeaed his boohs vs testjasoa;} Coaxaitssîoaer.-Toar tosis are no proof- If die ÔEÎHS are cot ia roar ieb*3cJe ; 5&o cannot reeorer theta. Mr. 3ates l&oii-J awfaKj ¡ Ho*. aad »î!i biifj brtath aie-1! on soother eis« ] tr-tiest-Decaoaá, . bat met »idi tie sase i L-1-Î=et- j A Sncijc Fess.-William Barry made a eIrita of £2 1 Qi. mian Pürki Irr ja 5. far wort «lore ia masing a drain- Messrs. Irring. Eorahisile. xni...

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THE [?]. CHAPTER II. THE DIFFERENT FOREIGN BREED OF HORSES, [CONTINUED FROM OUR LAST.] THE GERMAN HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 25 July 1846

TBS KOMB« .r'1; ; CHAPTJSR II. VTHB »nrraitBST romuox BREED or HORSES, -i- ' [CONTINUED »ROM OUR LAST.] THE GERMAN HOUSE, THE German horses are generally large, heavy, and slow. The Hungarian may be an exception, being lighter, speedier, and giving greater proof of Eastern blood*. Every part' of the continent, however, fol- lowing the example of England, has been ' diligently engaged in the improvement of its breed, and the German and Prussian horses are-now better proportioned, and have considerable endurance, but are still deficient in speed. The Prussian, German, Bnd the greater part of the French cavalry are procured from Holstein. They are of a dark, glossy, bay-colour, with small heads, large nostrils, and full dark eyes, the fire and clearness of which seem to denote .tile inward spirit of the animal. THE-SWKEDISH, FINLAND, AND NORWE- GIAN HORSE. i Of the Sweedish horses; Clarke, in his "Scandinavia," says, that they are small but -beautiful, and remarkable for their speed an...

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

452, " mim Am »si©® mw® wmkmwv THE OLD ESTABLISHED , . Grocery, Wke, asid Spirit Store. -?-.-.- ? ' ..; " Good qualities at low prices, are the only criterion oj" Cheapness !", ! ">; ? ' TUE undersigned begs to submit a list of articles, and having replenished his stock, by large importations ex "GANGES, COLUMBINE, ABEL GOWER, AGINCOURT^ &C, &c,~&c.,'he solicits a visit from those who are desirous of .purchasing first-rate) articles, al lower prices than are generally charged for inferior ; feeling confident that , if real cheapness, civility, attention, and. fair and honorable dealing are appreciated, he shall secure their approbation. .'*," . y ? ' BLACK TEAS.-Flowery Pekoe, Orange ditto, Souchong, Congou. GREEN TEAS.-Gunpowder, Hyson, Young Hyson, Hysonskiu. < .'' u'" \ COFFEES.-Java and Manila. - SUGARS.-Double and treble refined, Mauritius,'Manila. ' :: 7 CHOCOLATE-In paste anti powder. " 1 . ' SPICES.-Cloves, Nutmegs, Mace, Cinnamon, Black...

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 — 25 July 1846

j Varieties. "Are you acquainted with mathemath asked a young pedant of a country acqu tance. " No," was the reply ; *. I ki Tom Maddicks and Will Maddicks, bu to Matthy, I never heard tell on, him fore." ; ' Diogenes, being asked what time a i should dine, replied, " A rich man whei will, and a poor man when he can." You did'nt go to Cork to day ?" " I no," said Paddy ; 1 heard a gentleman there would be an eclipse on the moon I to-night, and I stayed to see it. SLEEP.-It is difficult to see a pei one has ever loved asleep, and yet re anger towards them ; they look so helpl so innocent, so far from all that could h ever moved ,our spleen, that not the ni I eloquent defence that language ever frar ' could plead their cause so well as that m I slumber. A GOOD GUESS.-" Who was the f I man?" asked a Sunday-school teacher his juvenile charge. " Billy Brown," s [ a smart child, who supposed his cateel to inquire after the aptest scholar. 'J tutor having, however, put them right telling t...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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DUNLOP [?]. [?]. M. TOWNSHEND. SATURDAY, JULY 18. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 25 July 1846

.DUNLOP v. J. M. TOWSNSHEND.         'Thomas Revel -Johnton sworn-(Producing a letter) There is no name to this letter ; I do not know from whence the letter came. I had no con- versation with Mr- Townshend about the letter; it came from the post office, I opened it showed part of it to Dunlop: the letter was private, and was never published I have lost the M.S. of the peti- tion previously published. - David Dunlop sworn. I believe the letter produ- ced to be in the handwriting of Townshend, I have seen him write.       Mr. Windeyer here remarked that from the glance he had of the letter, he did not see that it related Dunlop.   (Letter put in and read by Clerk of Court) am a C0mmissioner of the Court of Requests for the Wollombi, and have been such since last May. I believe The Commissioner alluded to in the letter,     applies to me, and I consider the...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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THE HORSE. CHAPTER III. HISTORY OF THE ENGLISH HORSE. [CONTINUED.] [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 1 August 1846

TBE HORSE. w ._. llISTOnV OF TflE ,'ENCTISn iionsE. '' ; ; . : [CONTINUER;] .,. ' . . . / The practice of letting horses for hin was then known, and then, as now, tia ' services of the poor hack were too bmtallj , exacted., The benevolent Howell disdain! not to legislate for the protection of thu abused and valuable servant, " Whoevei , shall borrow a horse, 'and rub the hair sc as to call tba back, shall pay fourpence ; i the skims forced.into the flesh, eightpence; if the flesh be forced tb the bone, sixteen - pence." . . , .« . - One circumstance deserves tobe remarked, that in none of the earliest historical records . ot the AnglofSaxons or the Welsh,is there is any allusion to the use of the horse for the pl ou gi}. Until a comparatively recent period, oxen alone were, used in England, as in other countries,- for this purpose; but about this time .(the latter part of tenth . century) some innovation on this point was creeping in. and, therefore a Welsh law for- bids the farmer ...

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My Russes [?]. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 1 August 1846

My Xanat OOWD. j My russet gown ia dear tn me Though years have passed away Sinoe my yonns heart beat joyously Beneath its folds of grey ; Ko jewels hung around my neck, Or plitter'd in my hair, With lightsome step I tripp'd along, My spirit knew no rare ; The roses near my window crept. And shed their swtels around ; Hard was the bed on which I slept, But yet my sleep was sound. My rnsset gown t lnid aside, For one of rich brocade ; ' ' ? I thought, in my simplicity. Its charm could never fade;,' ? j T left the cot whpre T had pass'd My happy childhood years, I I Jp.fl my aired father sad,' -. , -- My mother was in tears ; ¿ ?: ; I left them for a wealthy home, ' _"~ To be a rich man's bride, .And, thought ih'at splendour would atone For loss'of all beside.' My rnssel gown, when next T gn*èd Upon its sombre tine, It brought a lesson to my heart: . ,,t , As sad BS it was true ; ... Its simple meekness seemed to mock My silks and jewels gay, ; ,. And bore my wandering thoughts to tho...

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A TOILETTE ADDRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 1 August 1846

A' TÖILETTK ADDRESS. '.; ¡r , .. -Ainoblër thaine let others >ohuse; . »...;« f , Fit, subject for; my humbler muse H Aro yo, whom night and.day I uso-. , ? .,; ' . My'Stockings. Nor blush I-while'-to you 1;p«jr..;-^..--".,.7 ' ,.-St , The scanty tribute of a lay-j ., ii fv My Stockings. . ? .At least a grateful, line I- owo, .;- ?«...- V ? . For well your,services 1 know; - / .¡- 1 Ye servo mo e'en ." from top to toe",-- ? - ' '. - My Stockings. j '. " "... 'j ' Soon as Aurora. paints, the skies 3 s Ere from my sluggard couch I ilse), ¡j For ye I rouso my. earliest cries- , ' ,. i ?'? ' :-! ' "}/.> 'My'Stocking's. ? | ; Thoylivclong *day around my thigh ' , g. ^',Yc.,oliug; and seldom turn awry ; , ... S Willi ino vo trudge ' tío' wet and dry- . "-J? . .'. - : My Stockings: n | . . Ii i)?:; ! , ? i . ..' ? >?. I M 9 . But liberty is.dear to all, '-. «ii '. J .And oft about my heels, they fal!; ;il J. Thon .to'tlicir duty I iecall-' ti ' " . 11 ' My Stockings.5'' J At night...

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ARCHERY. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 1 August 1846

? 'Bright Phcebus'thonglrpnlron of p'oets'.beldw,1'. ?. ^ > V AssÍ8t.riie of archers to,sing ; í j ; ; ÍVI*_.J VJ.¡¡ . J§ , For you we.esteem .as thc ;god.pf lhe.bow,( ., , ¡J; . As well "as the god of the string,". ' ', fi 'i !.! .J:'" ';*". '..,*'tL*'-J¡ly OM'Buelr."1- . ,| Tlié fashion of shooting 'twas you who began,,,! V .When you^shot ífortli ypur.beams.fromiho,skiçs, f ? Tile sly urchin.Ciipid ürst followed'thé plnil, "" ¿ And the goddesses slibt with'ilieirbyes,1'' '' '?. - . .'The bright Girls.' j ~ .'?'.-.i . .< . .i-'- >»;!-.'i . ' <y.: ' , f Diana,; who sjaughter'd the brutes with herdaris,. >¡ . Shot only one layer or.so;,t ' . . .." i ' For Véuiis excull'd'h'e'r in' shooting at heart's,/ , And tíád always'more'strings MVher bow, .? 1 i '' ?>'?' 1 "_!? '?* -, . A sly Jude ! ? On bormtiful Iris Apollp bestow'd, ; . ' ! ' A bow'bf most beautiful hue1; ] - '?? "-' It soon'grew lier hobby horse',- and; ds she rodó ' ? " On it.Jiko an arrow ...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 1 August 1846

snipping- Intelligence. AniUVALS. JOLT 2(1.-Eliza, barque, 215 tons, Valreut, master, from Launceston thc 12th instant. 20.-Peri, brig, 145 tons, Gwatkin, master, from Launceston the 12th iustnut. '' ' 27.-Velocity, schooner, 138 tons. Gray, master, from Launceston the Kith instant. 27.-William, brig, 140 tons, Thom,' maslen from Launceston, thc 18th instant. 27.-Arequipa, barque, 282 tons, Cragg, master, from Hobart Town, the 13th iustnut. ' 20.-Terror, barque, 257 tons, Swindells, master, irom the Whaling Grounds. . 30.-Louisa, brig, 182 tons,Milltou, muster,from Hobart Town, the 18th instant. 30.-Vixen, schooner, iii tons, Winter, master, from Auckland, the 14th, the Burrier the 22th, June, and Wangaroa the 4th July, . -, DEPARTURES. ' JULY 25.-Tamar, steamer, 130 tons, Allen, master, for Moreton Bay. 20.-Rover's Bride, ketch, Paddon, master, for AuBtam. 37.-Krona, barque, Sayers, maBtcr, for the Cape of Good Hope. 27.-Isabella Watson, ship, Thomson, master, for Calcutta. . 27.-A...

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To Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 1 August 1846

AMICD9,-Mutt favor u« with kit name. Tbe Port Phillip Patriot «nd the Geelong Adver v User hare lately been very irregular. W. I»-Is mistaken in the object of the talented Miss Hart's Journey to Newcastle ; the visit ia' voluntary, and is for change of air.

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Settlers' Price Current CATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 1 August 1846

Settlers* Brice Carrent CATTLE. j Owner. No. Weight. Price. Pnrcb. Del hun ty 73 Lady Jamieson 82 O'Sullivan of , Goulburn Berry of Shoal- haven 740 Í0 10 0 Cleeve ; . , ~ Wall and 0 7 0 Blalteiiey 5 6 0 Ditto, do. GSO OOO 7Ö0 6 10 0 Dudley Kita 003 SHEEP. 55 0 ll' Ö Cleeve HAY A^D COItSr ilAUKET. Hay, 85 loads, from 7s. Od. to 8s. Od., average 8s. Od. per cwt. . -, .Sjrai^, 20 loads, frora^3s. Od. ^0 Os. Od., average 3s. 8d. per cwt. " '* ' ?Wheat, 8 loads, from Os. Od. to Os. 3d., average Os. Od. per bushel. Green Bedding 10 loads, from 4s. Od. to 7s. Od. average 5s. Od. per load. Green Fodder 30 loads, from Od. to 8d. per dozen wholesale. . Horses, 10, from £i to £14 each.

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NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 1 August 1846

NOTICE TO CO-RESPONDENTS. I All communications to the Office of BelFs t_ Life must be prepaid, or they will not be received. ,

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CAMPBELLTOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 1 August 1846

CAMPBELLTOWN. j SATURDAY, JÜLY 25TB, 1840.-This was the day appointed for the presentation of a mark of esteem from the inhabitants of Campbelltown and the dis- trict, to Richard Waddys Esq , Captain of H. M. 50th Regiment of Poat. About 1 o'clock, a numerous and highly respectable assemblage of the friends of the gallant Ctiptaiu met him in Mr. Hurley's large room, when"Qi B.^GhrisunásVEsq.'having prefaced, the act by a neat and appropriate speech, presented Captain Waddy with au elegant stop watch con- tained in a neut and substantial case« John Scarr Esq. then proceeded to read the following address, which was numerously signed : ADDRESS. To CAPTAIN WAHDV OP H. M. 00TH RBOIMEST» I Wo the.undersigned inhabitants of the district of Campbelltown, having heard with regret that yon are soon to leave the Colony for India to rejoin yonr Regiment, cannot allow you to depart without some expression of our regard for yoitr* chnracter as a gentleman and a Sportsman, and of our obligations f...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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To the Editor of Bell's Life in Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 1 August 1846

To the Editor of Bell's Life in Sydney. SiE;_Considering it. a. duty incombent upoi ctety roan to communicate any matter-that ma, uni for the benefit of the publie, and more particn jiriy tfie Parramatta Bench, ¿ beg leave to send fa TOOT information the following particulen», andi more disgraceful scene I never witnessed in an; Court of Justice }n the Colony. Mr. Matthias Malony, holding a - Publicans' General License iu Church street, in the Town of Parramatta, pur chased for the amusement of bis children (two little boys Arider ' fonr years of age) a small box of f jojs, rommonly- called nine-pins on the lTth July ¡ Fox and M'lvan (two constables) were standing at I the tap room door at the time Melony's children j «ere playing, when Malony and another man in the , loose took up,.the small ball for the purpose of j »bowing the children how tb throw. The consta I ble then left the door, and on the 22nd instant bf j received a summons to attend the Court, and fined tba mm of two po...

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SPORTING REVIEWER. Races to Come. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 1 August 1846

SPORTING REVIEWER. ..VZ." ¿ :;;**»M>»»"to oom«. . ". '~ ; ' MrUúánd V.'. ;;....... lflth, ¿»)tu; 2Ist Aug. Five Dock....l?lh »nd 18th Sept. '

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 1 August 1846

Voil SALE BY PRIVATE CONTRACT, VALUABLE ESTATE,. IN- THE COITKTr OP AEaVIB, Consisting pf. Two Sections of good Forest Land, with extensive water frontage, described by thc surveyor as all that àlTI ACRES OF LAND» J^Jr county of Argyle, parish of Billy rambiga, bounded ou the east by a line south 185 chains, commencing at the N AY. comer of J. Peter's grant; on the south by a line west 80 chains ; oui the west by a line'north'135 chains to the Wollon- dilly Riverland on the north by the Wollondilly River, to.the N.W. comer of Peter's graut. -, For further particulars apply (if by letter, post- paid), to RICHARD FEEK, 108 452, George-street. "MONEY BROKER. THE undersigned will negotiate for Loans of Money oninortgage or otherwise., . Discount .Promissory Notes, (at.ony date"), und Bills of Es chauge, also Colonial and New Zealand Debentures, &c, &c, &c. ' JAMES IRONSIDE. George-street, Sydney; . 134 . wm p s FOR SALE,, at SCOTT'S, 382 George-street, a splendid...

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EXTRACTS. TWO REMARKABLE DREAMS, [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 1 August 1846

j:--,, TWO REMARKABLE DREAMS, ' Dream 1.-Mrs", X--, when a child attached ,to Captain T-"R. N. She been brought up from infuncy by her ui and aunt, with whom she resided, and \ whom Captain T:- had lon» been on te of the most intimate friendship and regí .At thf> time to which I\now refer. Cap T- commanded a frigate in the À\ ' Indies, where he had been stationed , some months ; letters had been occasion; received from hun; his health had suffered from the climate, nor had anj ? his friends in England the last reason apprehend that a man of his age, g< constitution, and températe habits, by wh also the service in which he was enga< had been eagerly desired, would be Ilk to sufFerfrom the diseases of the latitud One niorhing Mrs. X-(then Miss X appeared at the breakfast table, with expression of grief on her countenace, ti at once induced lier uncle and aunt to s the cause. She said, that she had drearr that Captain T- had died of fever in i West Indies, and ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 1 August 1846

NEW BILLIARD ROOM AND HOTEL,. -COBHSB OF PITT AND KINO 8THEETS. JW. ROCHE begs, to inform bis friends nnd thc m pnblie tn general, that be has taken the well known house at the corner of Pitt ami King streets, called the " Elephant and Castle," wherein he.has made extensive and useful alterations, consisting of "Billiard-room, (fitted up with one of Thurstan's 'best and most modern made tables, with a sky- light immediately over it), sittiug rooms, private rooms, stabling, and every necessary conveyance to ensure the comfort of those who will be kind enough to patronise him, having had 8 years experience in the victualliug business. His stuck is well selected, and of the very best description that eau be pro- cured ; being fully determined not to bc excelled by any house in Sydney, either in lowness of price or quality of article, the.most moderate charges being strictly adhered to. A first-rate cook has been engaged, and refresh- ments can be had at 5 minutes* notice. . ' . N. B.--...

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