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

Died     On the 29th instant, at his residence, Bridge- street, Sydney, Mr. Robert Ward, aged 46 years, after a long and painful illness, leaving a wife and five children to deplore his loss.

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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BELL'S LIFE IN SYDNEY. SATURDAY, AUGUST l, 1846. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 1 August 1846

BELL'S LIFE IN SYDNEY. ... SATURDAY, ADGUST^l, 1840. OUR Sporting Readers will review with "' satisfaction:the meeting.recently convened at Campbelltown, for the purpose of pre «enting Captain Waddy* with a token of -their universal respect for his character, both as a gentleman and a sportsman, and .while we fully accord in the extent of £raise lavished upon this gallant son of lars,, we conceive that such a local de- monstration may serve to awaken the colonists generally from their apparent le- thargy concerning those gentlemen who, arriving in this country at a period of unex- ampled depression, tended materially to \ dissipate the gloom which surrounded as, 4. vnotonly by entering «nthusiastically into] *'"matters connected with tlie Australian ^Turf^bln'by more essentially administering V »J :- f^ thè exhausted stamina «if our breeders , of horse stock, tn a judicious and spirited '"?J.', -.scattering of the sacred metal. i The officers of the East India Company '¡ are also on...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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The Old Rfleman's Corner, THE BULLET. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 1 August 1846

ni o Old SiSeman's Corner, Tm-: BULLET. Simple as it sectus, a good Hide-ball is seldom to be met with. If great caro ¡3 not tuken iii lining the mould, ii hollow will bc found, and in some cases the hollow is so large as to materially lighten the weight, and iii consequence the ball cannot bc relied on. . To make them properly, have yonr ladle filled with lead us hot as possible, clear oil' all the scum on. the surface...hara o tobacco-pipu about niuo inches long ready by yon, hold tho mould open over a candle so as to get u thick coaling of carbon willi laid on both the semi insides; and if tho mould in intended for future use, it will be as well to .straighten thc two handles, and either wrap them mund with cloth, or, what is better, tw/J wooden handles hollowed out to slide them in. ,\Vheu ready,:Tüfi;9 tiiopipsTöip.u m tonnie initié"CpWyioui to that heat tho bowl of the pipe in the firc)/hoId the pipe over tho hole of the mould for two or three seconds to enable tile lead to se...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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Secret Investigations [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 1 August 1846

I ? ".' Secret XnvesUsratlons- : I TÎiF/'ôbjèctionâblê 'and generally unw ? 'rentable' pacHsé/óf ctósm'w'thé doors Ö Court of Justice against "tlie public dur criminal investigations, is fortunately, -. of/requen't occurrence in the metropolis tin's-, colony ;¡ and., ilia instances in wli that line pf conduct,lias,been adopted, li in niost cases,, been such as to a consul able extent, to free.the functionaries pr< ",diog;fro.(n the imputation of forsaking i established routine, for the purpose javoring accused individuals, lt is aim A impossible ,to,object ,^o a private, enqui when, the circumstances bear any similiti :to that. of th^ bu'rglars' Clifford and Che -*ho were convicted during the last sessl tut tb¿'j^wér'jpu¿Kt')to be cautiously Í ' sparingly ""exercised^ as being appareil r at vatiance, with t,hë principles of fair p ?'* between the public aiid the cu'lpiit. J But .granting,.« in-.some extraordini instances, that sort pf'<, propriety, wh is based ...

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 — 1 August 1846

.Varieties. j WASTED -y WIVE.-The following matrimonial advertisement appeared in a Liverpool paper « short time since. ."lt fe au . Improvement on the usual ityle of snch annoüiíceraeiits:-^Wanted, for better or for wor?e, a ybuñg man's best companion. The Advertiser, wlJo" is u bachelor in good business on his onrn account, iii 'Liverpool, 85 years of age, in- . height about fi ve feel niuo inches, would be gtad to obtniii the aboye, if published not earlier than 19'20, either at first qr second'hand, providing it was in <*aod binding, and hhs gilt.edges, with the contents . pf the title-page, &e.t in good keeping. Any person ; having such n treasure to . dispose bf will find, or meet, a. most devoted, attentive, and secret reader, by addressing .a letter to P. P7 ¿ii, Orchard-street, Liverpool."' ( <*';>.'. . ? ? .??>?"-. * WOMBS.-Ain't it curious,!(Squire,, weddiu's is. never out of women's head3, ?;TÍivy" never think of nothin" else. " A youi...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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LONDON POLICE. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 1 August 1846

LOXDOX POLICE. . 'MAnLnonouou-sTr.EET.-A GEXIUS ron THE Bin.-During the lute fog, two cabmen cunio iu contact in Leicester-square, the on« who conceived himself blameless, summoned the other fur the amouut of damage done to his springs. Your name, said Slr. Dyer, "addressing the com- plainant, is John Hrown, cab driver. Aud prop-perietcr, added the complainant with emphasis. Mr. Dyer.-Now state what yon complain pf de- fendant. Complainant.-It vos ten minutes afore, or ten minutes after eight-I can't be pniurticUlnr to a handful of minutes-I vos a driving a fare wery gentle through Leicester Skvare, veil this here man, who vos a minding his pipe and not his boss, run into commet with me, and bcxtricated my vheel in liiui ; afore I could get ont of the lock, my back spring vent in two, which cost me fourteen and lip ponce to get mended. . The defence was a poser for .the complainant. It was neither more nor less thi-ii that ho lind got the .« wrong sow by the ear." The defendant de w...

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

. ? WINDSOR. ,. It ja .initeed gratifying to find that that political dissension which hos been Tor some timejhe common disturber of this hitherto peaceful community, is . how - .evaporating like unto the dew from the verdant meadow on a fine summer morning; i that the inha- bitants are beginning to see the necessity of amalgamating their iuterests ; that, they are, again becoming linked together in the social bonds, of unity and fellowship,.; without ? winch, ^rio community can possibly, expect to prosper^ but like unto a house divided ^against itself, must inevitably fall andr be- come a ruin. .-/2 vur^x . tThe great Railroad "Meeting of the 18th ultimó, which every one present must have felt proud to see conducted ..with such a spirit of unanimity and gocd feeling,'was, we sincerely trust, only the precursor-to an undertaking "which, ifcarriéd into effect, will enhance the value of property", add the interests of this district generally, beyond calculation, and hand down to poste...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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Country News. [FROM OUR OWN CORESPONDENTS.] PARRAMATTA. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 1 August 1846

Country xrewa. [mon ouB'"owir" COBBESPOUDERÎS.] THE POLICE liavejagáin shewn Head, am a crusade ha» been, commenced againstth publicans. Most of thé cases have, how ever, been unsuccessful. It is almos unnecessary to. point out how /glaringl; tricky must the grounds whereon the in formation was 'filed have been, when Tin Parramatta Bench could not twist the lav into & penal decision. It was a little timi since, thought that our reports ofthepolici sayings and doings had shamed Muste Ryan into decency, but a few, weeks cessa tion of thèse has brought out his natura talent, and he is now disgorging the àrcu mutated bile incident on his un-nntura secretions. 'Some-'of the knowing, how eyer,' remark 'ihatthisb'ilè has been in nt small degree increased by thecircumstanct of some spuetully-malicious townsman noi relishing .the disgrace of the Chief Con. stable living, by the sanction of the Go- vernment, itv a Benevolent Asylum, put ur, at the last land sale the cottage and land h...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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FIGHTS TO COME OFF. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 1 August 1846

FIGHTS TO COME OFF. Ned Broadhurst, of Wrangler's Hall, ¡s open to fight White-beaded Bob any day, for five shillings. His money is ready at the Club-house, on applica- tion to Sir Evan, or any other of his backers. He   says that although tied to the bar, he is determined to stand no more low SLACK, but will walk round the counter, job him in his breadbasket, and hammer him into dough till he is ready for the   Sussex-street oven. Ned maintains that he can   soon make old frosty-pole crusty, and give him such a "twist" as will speedily make him " turn- over" into a ROLL.     Dillon is prepared to have one "more" turn up   with the cabman who whalloped him on the Race- course some short time ago. Particulars may be had of Long Kelly, at the insolvent Court. George Allen, the tea-drinker, is getting his     manleys in order for a bit of a shine w¡th Coun- cillor Agars, in order to ...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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Original Correspondence. The Editor does not identify himself with any opinions expressed by his Correspondents, but merely gives insertion to such Communications as seem entitled to public consideration. To the Editor of Bell's Life in Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 1 August 1846

Origina) Öorreaponaeaoe. The Editor doe» noi identify himself with any opinions expressed by his Correspondents, bot merely gives insertion to sneh Communications as seem entitled to public consideration. To the Editor of " Bell's Life in Sydney. SIB,-However gratified a'good portion of your readers iii this district we're'at the appearance of the Leprechaun of oar friend Felix at the commence- ment of yonr journal, many were surprised at his subsequent silence, considering the nany good thing» be has at his disposal that hare never mot the pabilo eye, ' it was spoke of to write lo yon ou the subject, when the " Sprite of the Greek" ap- peared to the satisfaction of all that knew tho anthon It may not be out of place in the mean- time to relate the following ludicrous anecdote : A. few year*; back Felix «as the hearfa-core of a ' convivial- party, that was wont to meet at Mr. Hur- ley's,. " King's Ajrm»,*vln Campbelltown ; and ón j1 brie particular meeting the spirit of tbe party wa...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 1 August 1846

T.oral XnteUlcenoe. figg" Mr. Brewster, the M. C. fpr Port Port Phillip, lias applied to their Honors to, be disbarred, in order to become a Gentleman by Law. It is supposed that .J' ¡a virtuous indignation has arisen in Mr. B. during his stay at Sydney, on looking at Windeyer, &c, &c.,"&c, &c, &c, &c, «Jfcc, etcetera! which has led him to ex- claim " Odi pr.ofanum vulgus.'' ' KANOAuoo APTXES.-Yesterday after- noon Captain Bramwell, of the customs, . ¿brought forth several kangaroo'skins which had been shipped on the brig William, under two layers of apples. The speculator, a fine pippin in his way, was awfully crabbed At the discovery. MOONSHINE.-On Thursday, the Gas Company threw in a bonus of two nights' consumption, and cast a new light upon ihe city. The council's bargain does not come into force until to-day ; the extra light has. perhaps, enabled the body to dis- cover that though they are a corporation there is nota council amo...

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

Theatricals. ' ' i BEING present at the first representation of the*' Bridal," at the Haymarket Theatre, in June, 1837; we were naturally anxious to see the result bf the Victoria'Version of this admirable tragedy, on Monday last. It would be unjust to be too fastidious upon an attempt so highly creditable to the manager, for we must award every praise * to. Mr. Lazar for his indefatigable exertions in catering for the public, nor has he been deficient in this instance, so far as' stage effect may be concerned ; but from what cause a part like Melantius was given to Nesbitt we cannot opine. His literary acquirements are at .ail times very ques- tionable, but in many cases where he can introduce.rant the defects are not so visible ; but'we never saw so vile a .portraiture as that displayed on Monday last. In his softer scenes, where the beauty of the author should be clearly developed, Nesbitt so foully abused it that it became painful to hear. When .he chides Amintor for his want- o...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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Petersham Races. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 1 August 1846

. ¡ Poteriham Saoés. WENDING our way down George-street on Wednesday morning, the first prognostics of a 'race meeting being on the " tapis" met us in the prpcession of some six or eight piemen " all m a row,'' and also not in a " row," as there was a little straggling and disorderly,conversation on their respective " materiel,V and the benefit of those pan- tomimic tricks performed through the aid of pepper and salt..machinery, whereby " age cannot wither them, norcustoin stale their infinite variety. Each well polished tin (doubtless with the expectation of better bringing down thé browns), and its owner's counting-house of brass shewed'there was " metal" abroad. Pursuing our course on- wards, a " sociable" turn out in Parramatta 6treet, in which a lady was quarrelling about a second female having the. closest place to ber husband, next greeted us, and from this to the course, we were passed by a series of vehicles, which proved thc cab bage era had arrived, all the in and out sid...

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

BATHURST. The new Mills were set in motion on the 15th July, and a considerable concourse of the inhabitants of the town and neighbour- hood were assembled to witness the first operations, which were preceded by a lunch, and the ceremony of giving the name of the Bathurst Mills to the building. The lunch was furnished by the new Boniface of the Black Bull Inn, and was creditable to his exertions. A few shooters and spongers were collected on the-occasion, who availed themselves of a skin full scot free, and some got a two days' gorge to provide against the chances of the morrow. On   the 20th, several of the townsmen made a suitable response to the entertainment of the proprietor of the Mills, and invited him to a spread. The evening passed in such   harmony that the party did not separate until 2 p.m.             A rumour has reached Bathurst that some wealthy individuals in Sydn...

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 — 1 August 1846

Police Hep o rt». IUfiso mn WiXD.-On Saturday Thomas Purdon, a youth tricked ont in genteel toggery, mounted the dock, to answer thc charge of obtaining money on false pretences. The scapegrace had been enjoying his evening at that .Moslem paradise of wicked bachelors, Kitty Wright's establishment for yonng ladies of " finished" education, and his particular attention to one Molly Vaughan, ended iu his mollifying her with a suitable douceur, but the unfortunate "scélérat" being short of tin, was obliged to have recourse to brass. Summoning Kitty into his august presence, he demanded the needful for drawing a cheque upon ms bankers, and drew Kitty of a Ü5 flimsy in exchange. The pur- poses to which the note was put have not transpired; bnt next morning, ou presenting the proof of his admiration, at the Union Bank, Miss V. was astounded with tba awful response of "no effects." The answer was-not however, wholly correct,-for_ " the course of true love never did run smooth," and the " e...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 8 August 1846

Stripping? Intelligence. ARRIVALS. Ano. 1.-Ware, schooner, Oö tons, Birkenshaw, master, from Circular.Head 34th July. 1. -Jane und Amelia, cutter, 3d tons, Mcggett, master, from Boyd Toivu 30th July. 2. '--Governor, brig, 114 tous, Williamson, master, from Launceston 29th July. ^ 2. -H. M. S. Carysfort, Captain George Seymour, from Splthead 13th March. ' 9.-Christina, brig, 120 tons, Saunders, master, from Port Phillip 30th ultimo'. 3. -Maitland, steamer, 103 tons, Parsons, master, from Port Macquarie. » 4. -Catherine, schooner, 104 tom.Dryden.raaster, from Launceston, having loft George Town the 3 l's I ultimo. ., .. . ..... 4.-John, sohooner, 40 tons, Winstonc, master, from Circular Head the 87th ultimo. 4.-Tamar, steamer, 130 tons, Alleu.master, from Moretou Bay the 31st ultimo. 6.-Factor, American ship, 333 tons, Hawes, master, from the Whaling Grounds ; left New Bcd ford, October, 1844.. 0.-William the Fourth','steamer, 03 "tons, Wise- man, master, from the Clarence Uiver the 3...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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Theatri[?]ls. UNREHEARSED STAGE EFFECTS. To the Editor of Bell's Life in Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 8 August 1846

I ' 'Theatricals.' UNREHEARSED' STAGE EFFECTS. To thc Editor of Bell's Life in Sydney. SIB,-Having oflcu heard it said that the Victoria i's a Theatre where extraordinary thiugs are'done; and beiug perfectly willing to admit the assertiou, I beg to send you in support of it, a few mire-, hearsed stage cfTects during a late performance of the Bohetniau Girl. , The opening, sceñe .of, .the Opera I must beg, to enter a protest against, _as if not a base, it is a most unkind libel on tile ¡Emperor of Austria. No two of the Austrian soldiery are similarly'dressed; their uniform are not U.S'IKOIIM. , Hence it would bc seemingly made appear the lEtnperor. Franois was deficient in ïijAN'cs wherewith to pay the army ex-, peases, aud it may be added the appearance of tito regiment (eight meu aud a boy) was, as if they had just returned from the neighbouring dominion of HuXQAiir. . t ,, , Mr. J. Howson, in making his, first uppearaance, ' enters running, taking three distinct,steps ut a ten mi...

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Settlers' Price Current CATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 8 August 1846

. Seniora' Price Ouïront ; Owner. No Hosking OOo Pearce 00 Kennedy 178' Lawson 100 Byan 70 Dr. Bamsay 600 Richards 303 HAT Hay, 71 loads, from 8s. Od. to 8s. 0d., arerago 83. 3d. per owt. , Straw, 17 loads, from 3s. Cd. to 43. Od., average 3s. Od. per owt. Wheat, 13 loads, fromes. Od. to Os. Od., average 5s. Od. per bushel. Oreen Bedding 7 loads, from 4s. Od. to 4s. (ld. per load. Green Fodder 35 loads, from Od. to Od. per dozen bundles. ' Cows 10, from 35s. to 75s. caoh. Bullocks 0, from 17s. to 23s. each. Weight. Price. Purcb. . Hill and Argent Hill aud OOO £3 0 0 OOO 3 0 0 Arpent «W- 3 -O-*. Hamfen& «» 5 0 0 Serré"'1' 850 5 7 0 Cleeve StlEEP. «> 011 0 SK*"* «> 010 0 AXD CORS MABKET.

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SKETCHES OF EMINENT PUBLIC CHARACTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 8 August 1846

SKETCHES. OK EMINENT PUBLIC 'CHAfl ACTEKS. : .1 [\Ve(extract the, following from a review in a late \' number of lite,,'t Court Journal," of a work culled ? the " NeV.Tiuion'!'*' A Komauce of London. We need hardly say that we give it as a literary ex i; .tract of merit, not as embodying our own views of tneu or tliiugs.J .. .; - ' . ; SO, I,-LOUD <JOHM' BUSSELL. Next cool, and all unconscious of reproach,. ' Comes the calm " Johnny who upset the conch." How formed to lead, if not too proud to please, His fame' would fire you, btu his manners freeze. Liko or dislike ho does not oar» a jot ;. . Ile wants your vote, but your affection not. Vet human hearts need, suu, as well aa oats, So cold a climate plays the deuce with votes. And.while his doctrines ripen day by ilay, .'.>.? i His frost-jiipped party pines itself away ; ?'-.'." From the starved wretch its own loved child wç; , , stealr1 , ??>, ???'> ' " .i i jv And;"Free Trade'.': chirrups ou the lap of Peel! j ...

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To the Editor of Bell's Life in Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 8 August 1846

To the Editor of Bell's Life in Sydney. SIR,-'Perhaps among tbe gloomy appearances of matters in our neighbourhood through drought, nothimg more strongly can be evinced, than the in- tended departure of Mr. Francis Hawdon Hume from his flue estate of Rockwood, to his establish- ment in the interior. In losing him. Appin will feel the loss of one of the children of the soil, and (without bombast) ns good-natured and good-hearted a "rnau as ever breathed. Wherever he goes, he will carry with him the warm and affectionate wishes of those who have had the happiness of being acquainted with him, whilst his loss, and that of his excellent Indy, will be felt by many. We understand he hit's let his farm to Mr. Baync, whom we respectfully request to fol- low his predecessor's example. . . Yours truly, FELIX.

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