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YANKEE-ANA—THE VERY LATEST. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 15 August 1846

YANKEE-ANA-THE ? VERY RATEST. ' j j . ?? ?.« I'll not bo forced inwtb'o mensnre,'ns the kitten V¿Í:-.L ? ' said .when they were crowding her into a pint pof.-^^JÎ' i1. ,i : I.can cure you,'as the smoke house said to tko. j ' ham.. . t \ , i ' * This is a ORATEI prospect,' as the prisoner, said X j when he jeeped ont of'Iiis'cell-window. " j ; There arb)two reasons wfiy we' don't' trust a man j ; -oiie because we don't fiuow him, the other be- ! cause wetloV ? . : ' ;> ?>-i ¡ Why is ono with a bad cold Uko'a certain uro- j mafia plant ? 'Caus,c"he's CouoR-y (coffee). ; Why is a policeman,like ,a balloon ? Because he .takes,people np. . , \ . Au elderly gentleman walking along the street, took hold of a cow's tail, aud gracefully placed) it S over her back, excluimiug 'madamyou Have dropped your boa/ . . - j They'have n niau in Coo'uéoticüt so largo and fat that the professor bf'old Yale uses him to get ' up eclipses of the sun.and moon. 'Yon hara a TDIIN for music,' ns thfc mon...

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 — 15 August 1846

_. . WINDSOR. The affairs of our "district" hare been so unimportant of late as to deserve but little notice, aud! indeed Í fixay now say wilhthe Irishman, " there ...ts >nothing stirring but stagnation." The want of rain is sadly felt by. the agricultural portion of bur com- munity, and without a timely visitation of this 'much-needed element, their hopes of a .harvest-will be miserably bad ; however, as many are .inclined to believe we will have a change'with this'moon, I sincerely trust their, anticipations will be realised; and.a bumper crop" gladden the hearts of our <Ww dejejrited'farmers.''' ' '"-"'"" , Tr^e Police Office was. pretty well filled to-day,r'owing to the circumstance of a visit ,fronî: one bf" the constellations of the Me- tropolitan .Court - Mr. J. Dillon - the " Ursa'Maj or;" I believe, of the CityOfBce; ,and j if we -have no change in the weather afier it, 1 will never place any reliance again ih' the appearance 'of"natural phenomena. This worthy...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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Country News. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.] PARRAMATTA. THE COURT OF REQUESTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 15 August 1846

[PROM oVrf\!^H*'*0'?t'Ö3P0J*DENT9.] 1 ? Till! ,C0liUT"QE REQUESTS. , The follovvjngfc^ses^are deserving of re- port, to shp)v..,íiow ^je^quirks^ quibbles, cnfnks", (|an'^rij'sinùo'âilié3j '/of '"thp law .may I\''w^^e^Kx^^ex\%xwwÁ ¡of -conscience ,ianjthing>-Í)at<a''poopman*8:cóurt. - 1 ''8;iM6frj£a^^ .; . for thé' targe sam'.cX'if.jSà'.', brought b^ ' tie captain-Q>f''onè^ôf'the steamboats against a knight of ! the. sword-one pfithe commissioned! of'H^ M.-Regt. It ;vâti^éaVèd''ftK^Li 'JtTilè.'.dôrèrt'dohti onj'cömifi'g to "ií^w4í^'''Wvg''li'i}'P'".witb him' a larger quantity -of,.;baggage, than the Gomniissu* Wat deem to be quant, suffi, of an officer in a marching regiment; the captain theref lore demande'd'^a^rnent-îrom his military passehgerjsxdwn-: re'spurces,' -'and -made á demand of 15s. ; but, after siítídry ctíaf-j ferings, an abatement ^ pf one;half was made.1-' 'Arid 'theri commenced the military : tactics-, which the suit disclosed. The de ? fendant, it'f...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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To the Editor of Bell's Life in Sydney. CLERKS OF COUNTRY BEACHES. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 15 August 1846

To thc Editor of,Bell's Life in'Sydney. . . CLERKS OF , COUNTRY .BEACHES. , . Sin,-Being on a visit to a friend in,therricinity of Braidwood, I was prevailed upon to accompany him, on the 20th ult., to that famed arena.of magisterial j wisdom-the Court House-at which place a great many bf the shecpbolders and others of the district [ were assembled (all of them); apparently anxious that the business (sports) of the'day should' com- mence.The 'presiding magistrates 'werei'Ji1 K. Mackenzie,' Esq., J. P., and Hugh OqfdonV Esq., J. P.. The cases ,fotladjudicjUioir_were^wo\i«/or~ . motions; 'filed 'by 'Añdrew Badgery, Eflqij-'against Dr. Bell,' J¿ P.,1 of -horse whip'and stone jug noto» rietyV'for breaches 'of the Act'bf the Governor and Council, for the prevention of- the cistarrh ind In- fluenza amongst-the-sheep -in- this Colony;' Mr. Dowling .-.conducted the prosecution, -ano, : -Mr. M'Donogh, the Clerk: of the Bench,-appeared in the threefold capacity, of the: genüeman^ who ¡preside...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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The Old Rifleman's Corner, RIFLE SIGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 15 August 1846

'.''!., '. ' Tao Old Rifleman's Corner,.. .-'."? '.^:;v: . MFLK SIGHTS;-' - ? ' . ? i :!r á'Tliflé.is 'veil mudo so as to throw its shots free ..fr'orii'nll'/rietioi] .nuil 'all restriu'ut,..except the. re- sistance of the air, if placed in a'horizontal, line it will Gre the hali in' a straight line to nbont 110 j'ards, cid led the point blank ' runge.' Now, . jr the horizontal line is about three feet from the grouud, ail« » level space for the ball lo travel, it will begin shortly after to declino in its flight, and nt about 200 yards will strike' the ground, but it would', not stop ut that range,; it would still proceed until it : had travelled .about 7Ö0 yards, .when the spinning motion will be lost, and tit nbotit 1100 yards thc 'ball'will cease to move. ; Tlie flight of aImll from a "Riño,is widely dif ferfiiu from.tl.c flight-'of r tho. imisket aud cannon. Tho Hide bull rotates' on ;its"'nwii axis'and in" a whole turn in 90 inches, which gives itscirii rotary motion as rapidl...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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Illicit Distillation. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 15 August 1846

I . : .i jIUicit Distillation, f ¡y; . 1 I r is t? M;.P£cee#^ Jaws respecting ¡llicft«disitJ'Í»üon*,fw.íítje-t^<ji ^present a;fearfùI-'-urray:of/jpennlties ;to iii ' tiniiJaté tliose who veqttiré'to 'pursue'thá baneful occupation; sli,0úlü"b'é at tíie sanie timesp.lcjpselj>^ drawn up as to become liab/< : "tobe dften'reficlèred a iijej'e nu))ity ,Ws'pyqmlli¡ when the defendant has had the foresighi to employ an acute attorney. The enact metHs'rrave bren vSrú^VstimeS'ániendecl hut, nevertheless,Hhé'many, though narro« escapes achieved b~y offenders,.would alitvosi ' make'ii appear inevitable íliât the 'officer's of the crown musl'be defeated in their at tempter td» bring tlie; delinquents td;cjüs tice.i"-'! «i üi '<a><»i. it.:-. -4..Î t.-»h»<:iA .i'.ucà \ Tlhereai^îw-'ÎireaciGîaVf'Si'elaw'wliici bring . tn, their .train^.sp^jHiinerqus.^or sc ' grievous ,a* series pf eyjls.as; Illicit,.Distilla- tion. '"'The1 morals arjd (.'...

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Varieties. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 15 August 1846

... . . .:. ... ^ariettes. v.-.< . ? [? ? , . COBB FOB A, .DB'IIXIÇFS HUBBANB.-About-twelve o'clock it night a Mr. J olin Rawson knocked ut his ,door,,which was opened :by his wife, who, scanda- lized at. her. husband's potations ar. late hours, set down the. caudle, snatched up the contents,of the. cradle, . aud ; ran put of the house, threatening to drowa her poor dear baby in a stream that ran! full , four feet (bofore the house.: The husband also rushed forth, but^mly to see by the light of the moon the little innocent flouting and struggling in -,the water.'! Hoi plunged iutoitho stream, and bore the precious burden to land, which turued out to be a' most ircspcetable " Tabby Cat." -exceedingly wet, ,aud_; mewing piteously. . His spouse had regained the house, and locked tho door, which was not opened till tim good mau of the honse \va3 c0ld os icieles on Diann's temple. Thc husband was cured ; he could not face his boon companions ; even the flot'boy cried "mew"l wh...

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TURNING THE TABLES. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 15 August 1846

? > ..' TUHNING THE TABLES. ¡... ' ? 'On Monday last,' the'. 10th instant,', ibo noto- rious Hurray, who. lias loug followed the.vampire calling of a bailiff, wu» committed'for trial for rf gross assault lipon the person or Ann Macintosh, alias Duffy. The offence was perpetrated under most aggravated circumstances, which originated in the'fellow's being employed to lovy for arrears of rent. It appeared that a mon named M'Knight had let a tenement to John Duffy, with whom thc prosecutrix cohabited, and the landlord being de- sirous of getting his tenant out of the premises, had sent him a notice 'that if be,did not quit the house his rent would be doubled. Duffyj however, seemed to understand thc law of the case, and paid no attention to _the. illegal notification ; and, M'Knight having fallen iniwith Murray, authorised that contemptible .excressence of ofliciality to draw; up the necessary deed for distraining for Os. as: rent, and also to deliver the notice to quit, or to bo- un...

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Police Reports. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 15 August 1846

Police Reports. On Monday, a motley group of six and twenty lushingtons appeared in Court to balance off their sacrifices on the altar of Bacchus, by either an atonement at the shrine of charity, or by the exer-   cise of another scarce virtue, patience ! two hours   in the wood, or twenty four in the stone, being ad- judged, as a satisfactory set off in such cases. The Benevolent Society's funds were not greatly in- creased, as the two latter alternatives were embraced by the majority ; and it is to be hoped, that the worthy magistrate's opinion, that less than half the fine inflicted, might be awarded to the informer, has had some little effect on the Society's Bank   account, although the proportion was not mentioned, When it is made known what degree of consistency exists between the opinions and the acts of the Justices, the public shall be faithfully informed. COSTERMONGERS ROW.-George Childs, an itine-   rant dispensor of mu...

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Multum in Parvo. (From the late English papers.) [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 15 August 1846

i - Mal tum in Parvo. . (From,the late English papers.) TUB post office packets still keep op tbeir reputa- tion for leisurely sailing, the Waverly , having, eon Slimed 125 days on the passage, being ll days, longer than the Penyard Park ; both vessels ac- complished the.voyage without meeting any other wanderer on the watery waste.--A meeting was held on the 17th' April in the London Tavern, , when Lient Waghorn explained hisj views upon steam navigation between Australia and England.-A fancy fair was beld UNDER old Father Thames on the third anniversary of '. Brunel's bore." The Tunnel presented a picturesque and animated ap- pearance. Nearly 13 OOO persons visited it in one day.-The Coeroion Bill has induced the popular Irish members to hold a meeting and pass resolu- tions to oppose the measure by every legul-means. -The sanguinary monster, Narvaez, has been banished from Spain, in consequence of a rupture with the liegent, Christina. The nation is in an unsettled state, and may...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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SHAKSPERIAN READINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 15 August 1846

SHAKSPERÍAN BEADINGS. ; ;/ - THE AUDITOB* GENERAL. , '< Forsooth,,a great arithmetician."-Othello. , ,-TUn STDNEY MOBN1NO HEriALD. *.' Thrice famed JSBYOXD all erudition "-Troilus and Cxesaida. , , . TUB COLONIAL SECRETARY. : " He hath borne himself beyond tbe promise of bis age, doing in the figure of a lamb the feats of a lion."-Much ado about Nothing. . TBE STAND OPF-THE-OBASS BEBO. " Ia « retreat he outruns any lacquey ; marry, in coming on he has the cramp."-All's well that ends well. '.- . MR. W. O. WBRTWORTU. . " He's a good drum, my lord, but a naughty orator."-All's Well that Ends Well. MB. B. WIXDEYEB. " An old hat, and the humor of forty fauoies stuck in it for a feuthor."-Taming of the Shrew. JIB. C. COWPER. " His worst fault is, he's given to prayer ; be's something peevish that way ; bm nobody but has his fault; but let that, puss."-Merry Wives of Windsor. THE LATE BEOISTBAB OF THE SUPREME COURT. . " I have misused the King's press damnably." Henry IV. ' ' '...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 15 August 1846

On Monday evening last Wootton took a benefit at the Five Courts, ia Lower George-street. The milling fraternity mustered strong on the occasion, and tho seltiug-lo was tolerably good. William Sparkes is about to proceed to England for the purpose, we présumé, of entering tho lists with some of tho British corps pugilistic. Sparkes bas proved himself a formidable antagonist within the local ring, whilst his pedestrian pretensions are far from being contemptible, btu in old England he must expect to meet with " curious coves" in ? both branches of his profession. ? DEATH OF JOHNLANGAV.-On Monday thc 16lh of Mardi, John Langari, familarly styled and better known as Jack Lan gan, the pugilist, breated his last at the house of Mrs. Lewis, Five-lane ends, near Neston,, Cheshire. Jack was born at a place called Mud Island, near Dublin, in the.yearof the Irish rebellion,'.1798/ At the age .ol' 21, his first pugilistic took place at the Cur- ragh of Kildare, on the 20th of May, 1819. He the...

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ATTEMPTED ASSASSINATION OF THE KING LOUIS PHILIPPE. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 15 August 1846

? ATTEMPTED ASSASSINATION OF TTIE ! : . KING LOUIS PHILIPPE. At half-past 5 o'clock on Thursday after- noon (16lh April), at the moment when the King ;was reluming from a drive, and was passing through the park bf Fountain bleau, a person mounted on a wall fired at his Majesty. . Providence has once more watched over ' the days of the King. - . ' I The Queen, the Princess Adelaide, the Duchess of Nemours, and the Princess of Salerno, were in the King's carriage. No one was hurt; the balls cut the fringe which ornamented the char-a-banc. *. "The wadding; which fell between the King and the Queen, was found by her Majesty. ' . .: _The assassin was immediately arrested. ? His name is Lecounte. He is an old wood ranger (ancien garde generale) of the forest of Fontainbleu. .'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 15 August 1846

THE undersigned hereby gives notice that GEOIIOK CROFTON CREWE is in no way con- nected with the oDlce of " Bell's Life in Sydney," nor is he authorised to receive moneys or to trans- act any kind of business whatever on the part of tho undersigned. . . T. REVEL. JOHNSON. NE PLUS .ULTRA. THE undersigned'is highly gratified in being able to stuté, that from the great amount of orders he has received during the week, he is war- ranted in the presumption that the principle upon which ho has commenced business, and which he is determined to.carry out to the fullest extent is duly appreciated, viz., always huving a good supply of the . BEST AND NB WE ST GOODS THE HARKET AFFORDS, selling for the very smallest remunerating profit, and maintaining a character for uprightness, promptitude, and honest dealing in every transaa tion he may bo concerned in. He further begs to add, that every order will be executed under his own IMMEDIATE INSPECTION', he will neither keep or make up tho lowest cl...

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Theatricals. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 15 August 1846

' : ? : theatricals* . . .. i,' -o- ' ' , .' Serjeant Talfourd's Classsical Tragedy o .'ION" was produced at thc Victor!von Monday last. It was certainly a bold at- tempt, and, all things ennsidered, verj creditably represented. It would not paj the Management to lavish much expense upon' the getting up of, à Tragedy, as it is but dry food to the tasteless who visit the Victoria. For our own parts, we do not see why the beauties of our ancient and modern authors should not be appreciated ; equally with .our mnsical composers ; for if. the latter gratify the ear, the former must gratify and improve the mind. But to proceeèd to the corps dramatique who personated the principal parts. The youth- ful her» was confided to Arabin, who, when he likes, is . a pains-taking actor. Upon this occasion he both looked well and played' some, parts creditably. His asto . nisliment at first discovering the King of Argos, to be. his father, was passably pour trayed. " ION" is a long anti difficult pa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 15 August 1846

* Later writers have pirated from Sir A., but iiavo not improved upon him. The following' description of tho h orso is wpll known. " A good liorBO should have three qualities of a wbotnnih abroad breast, round hips, and a long mane ; three öfn lion,-eonntennuce, courage, and fire ; three of a bullock,-the oyo, the nostril. nud joyuts, -three of n sheep,-tho nose, gcntlncss, and patience;-throe of a mule,-strength, constaucy, lind foot ;~lhrec of n door.-hoad, legs, itnd short hair;-three of a wolf;-throat,heck, and hearing; three of a fox,-car, tail, and (rot;-three of a < serpent,-memory, sight, and turning ;-and three of a hare or cat,-running, walking, and supple- ness." ? . .- ? ..-V, . A * "AUSTRALIAN" KEWTOWÏT COACH. WCAXKKTT informs his friends and the pub . lie generally, that he has purchased from Mr. J. ,B. Jones the above named Çoacli, which he intends'; running as before, from. Cook's. Hiver to' ' Sydney,1 at' the prices' heretofore' charged.'' The Coach.will ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 15 August 1846

DEATHS. On the 15th of February last, at Galashiels, Scot-   land, Alexander Kinghorne, Esq., long well known   and respected as a colonist and active magistrate in New South Wales deeply regretted by his numerous family and friends. At the Male Orphan School, on the 5th August,     Mr. Thomas Bridges, aged 69, much respected by his family and a large circle of friends.      

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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 15 August 1846

Xoeal Intelligence. LiiiEL ?-The case of one Dunlop against the proprietor of this Journal, for an alleged libel, was postponed fo.r a month, at the request of tho prosecutor. It is expected that,some piquant disclo- sures will be elicited during the investiga- tion which will satisfy the public that even ; Law cnn occasioually be shorn of her radiant locks with impunity ; but we'll be hanged if we believe it. QUERY.-When db the proprietors of - ; tile Sydney MoruingUereld intend to get their :> Priée Current" Mvised. ? lt iii now about aa cor- rect as their ContthcrcUI Remarks used to be from ?' Albion House." t tXQÜESf.-rAvff Ut" OCCURRENCE, Monday evening an inquest was held the Crooked Billet on the body of Step Noble, an infant 5 month« of age. Ca' rine Welch deposed that she had dined « the parents of the deceased child on S day. About half-past 4 in the after ii the motlier of the babe appeared ral tipsy, and witness persuaded her to down, which she did. A pillow was pla u...

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Agents for this Journal. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 22 August 1846

-.-.-(I, Agent» for this Journal. ^ MR. THOMAS DOWSE " GEOBOE TULLY Huon TAYLOR - " ' JAMES.CULLEN - " CHAULES MUNN - . .^Brisbane Town ^ - - Newcastle - u: b » JOHN TAIT - THOMAS WALSH M'ALISTER - - 1Î. W.UJD- - - MICHAEL Cons HENRY FIERCE W.' PRESCOTT . - £ nw Ann MVEEB HENRY ALDERSON J. M. TOWN'SENO A. W. Larymore :- Parramatta - '. Windsor ? - - Penrith * - ' Hartley . "- - Bathurst - - Yass ' - . Broulee - » Muswellbrook - . Berrima - - Scone - -. " Goulburn . - - Port Macquarie V .?. -.- Clarence Itiver Í* - - - Wollombi. J - Morpeth Se Maitland «

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RULES. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 22 August 1846

RULES. mi Tbe Rules, of the Australian Jockey Club taddort observed as fur as applicable, r/itot/it The .wilmer of the Harkaway Stakes not aUo'd{d'.G:> to run for the Five Dock Stitkes. thb"o* Owners of second horses to receive back «l^Jm slakes in the races for the second day, provided . less than three horses sturt for each race. trilito Entrances tobe marie anhe Royal Hotel onW30"1''^ nesday, September the 1st, between the hours ¿mlou and 8 p. M. . .' \StCOT Applications for Booths to be made at the sqiáflOD time-and place. Terms-£3 each. ' j-p All decisions the of tba Umpire to he final. my.ri Admittance to the Course ."DIIATIS to . Subscriber^ JJ one guinea and upwards. 'it .,f." To start each day at one o'olook precisely. "^JT {f N.B.-AU dogs fonnd on the Course tobe destroy^001 saotiT

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