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To the Editor of Bell's Life in Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 5 September 1846

' Sin',-In! passing'-a ,rpad-side'inn;.wJtw out the bounds of the Colony,-! met with number df your sporting journal .contain-. district, wth.rçgRrd.it^F.acing aT! breeding race horses. Tlie same worthy, in a pre-tí viol» latter tn you, lins, 1 understand asserted,that Petrel, ran tl irre.-rri iles an." i distance in 6 min, 8 sec., carryintr 10 it f| Now,'Sir,-1 have latelyjyeiurned from Pori I Phillip, and will put you and the public ir i possession of one br two, facts which wili Íshew the amount of failli to be attached tc .* A Port Pliillipian's" opinions. . ;'".At ' tlié/itót 'Melbourne Races, Petrel (carrjing raan'g weimbi)1 ran two mjles and . a distance against Paul Jones,a Yan Die" men's-Xand horse, rite r¿ce was ran thus : " ^'"Petrel:v;¿.^;v...¿........ 2 1 1 . ''Paul Jones iV¿¿............ -¿1 2 » , ^The 'ftrs't1 heat-was run in 4 min. I l sec. The second heat.was rilli iii 4 uiin. 17 sec. The : Aird . heat , much slower. The finish of the- first heat was a desperate str...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
To the Editor of Bell's Life in Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 5 September 1846

.?¡.'I -AiK-jh V*>H» .í.'.~ 7?í-r. o» pWiswvr ? T.Q:ihe<Editorr¡of.^Bell's Life in . Sydney. I I ? ;SiRi^Agrèàt'tommôt{bn has'be^n'hiade in'.' our hitherto quiet town,"in>cöti.<-<V|nehce of' the» poorer* classés^havingji>ylriwspfèctaK lucky . chance^ come "in » fór»ra^rWy- qt' the bleasirips-'riiriclt PfovidenW^J»a9^ÍÍ0\ver¿d> . so .liberally? on ithís land'óf'plenty, li is too well known j'that ¡rii a smull community like ours, a number of tradesmen-may, by working« together,^ enhance u tbe: price ;of their commodities,- and the butcher» of this town have practically proved that in:the»e days of abundance M famine'' ? prices may be wrung: from «all/. whose- conscientious compel them to submit to,be/victimized. Some short, time back, the?M: C. for the borough brought , dowjj :.a ! flock ,of, three hundred sheep, and on oflfering them for sale could only obtain from the unconscious butchers 5s.;for carcase anddiide ! ! That gentleman after...

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 — 5 September 1846

! ---ii:, *o.cal-i.XnteUlgeonce. ? ??.,.<.".-; ,,;'r j 'On Tuesday last,:[George C.'Crewwas' placed ini'tlie' police dock '"ph; a "eliarge of embezzlement^ .át'the" instancer of Mr. TV Reyèl"Johnson"', who, having given in à list of yla'rious' sum's collected by Crew, deposed that'the prisoner li'ád "'riot accounted foFàtïy pf them. Witness taxed him with !tl(e;de. linqùëh'cy';/ he' partially ' admitted it ; he pretended that lie did riot know whether he had,made theVcolí.ectipn'or'hot'; 'wit-' ness has ; not "b'i ought'any of" the parties here now: ' MrHJohnson beingr then desired to point out two or three cases of "embezzle- ments selected Messrs. Lo water, 6s. 6d,-; Le Burn, 6â. 6J. ; Martin G¡IJ, j?s. OU. ; »nd-the Treasur-tf. account^-"trammed., by the prisoner.-Have;, received' no-"money from you for-the collections ; have received an endorsed bill for £l5 ; it did not,settle up the account ; ,(had received spine inti- mation .' that you' hacf ; collected .1'Without...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TOBY AND SLYBOOTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 5 September 1846

I. ., . -TT,-T. .'_ i-, .;? |'¡ ' . ' !:TÖBY~: AND SLYBOOTS, I ' " 'L :s'téedç fcjVe'first ¿lie property, of Mr. ftetjfíy*; 'Rose,1 second^ ""claiming *Mr¿ Squire >lason-'à's'ôwne^ tbc Windsor Rout!, was thc attraction for ¿he Sportin» \VorH oV^ Monday!; and as forty miles liad to be trave íedfby' such of {he Turfito as Were denize » of Sydney to enjoy an liouu's sport, we were ratlier-sur i prised io see so numerous,an attendance of the. Metropolitan visitors. For Parramatta ' anîl its vicinity tur'riing'out a fare share' of pleasure-seekers, we were fully prepared, as Toby is known to have " tickled the tobies" of other steeds in days of yore; ^The opinion which held sway'on'our arrival on the ground _^vas%_that Toby had won his last race, and thVrçîgn "ofdefeat was about to ' commence,^ or in other words Slyboots was goingrto take the bounce out of Toby, jand,.the. Tobyites,:3.;,. . .- , ¡ i Premising* that. Toity- was rode by his lowlier,'-, and Slyboots by: young Gaffer; ¡th...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Police Reports. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 5 September 1846

I .... ? Police Reports; ' j THE BtowRN'a PBT.-On Saturday Mrs. Thora. ; çoin; or to use the flattering appellation bestowed bj the vagrantmoon-worshipperSjtbePitt-strcct "Large Yellow-Ilnrnmer," appeared as complainant against Miss Mary Ann Camey; alias " Big Bow-wow," whom she-accused of'planting her delicate bunch of fives in 'the i centre . of - complainant's charming . cou'nte , nance, and .furthermore .shying in', her'.'phiz" an orange (not of the Seville's groves) as'if ber saffron visage had a peculiar attraction for the juicy missile. , The shindy began under circumstances which would have puzzled the son -David to arbitrate. - Solomon might-decide upon the claim's of the Jewish Jezebels ; in a brat's cnee, but the cause of dispute was a man full growri, ripe, and; by Mrs.'T.V expcrience.'one . worth fighting for.-as the Jady-lins favored society with a little representative of-her'" fancy mau." Whether Mary Aun doubted-'tho':histioe'"bf thé! magisterial award, or tho pater...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Distress in Ireland.—Public Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 5 September 1846

I (Bistres» In rreiana.-Cubilo Meeting:. I [Ok. Monday Afternoon a numerous and res'pectabh (public meeting was held in .the. Market Shed, foi the purpose of raising funds for1 the relief of th« Irish people, now suffering disease' and want fron the effects of the blight ia the potatoe crop. Thc philanthropie, object,pf those, who-, haye, BO gene rou »ly interested themselves in the cause of tlx unhappy sufferers, and the,claims of afflicted ha manu;, have induced ns to give a more enlarge« account of the proceedings than would have' be'ei afforded upon a'less important occasion, and bad i been possible to havé~l¡éárd more clearly tin speeches of several of the speak*w, we would hav< b,eea, gratified in giving them publicity. - W<* : trus that : fox numerous, .subscribers, .throughout i tin kountry will .now come zealously: forward with thi beat proofs of. their. cprnmisscrfiUpu iforiüicir.'un fcfW fellp.W%«T«*4i«<^.an4;tfi»5^e«-«»# every ol aa «nd p...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HOMEBUSH. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 5 September 1846

HOMEBUSH                       A match will come off at Homebush on Wednesday next, between Mr. Downes' Lady Teresa (the Leger mare) and Mr. Chambers' Tally-Ho ! for £100. The     match was originally fixed for l o'clock, but will, we understand, most probably be postponed till 3 p.m. Great interest has been excited on the event, which will be     decided by 2 mile heats, the nags carrying weight for age. The mare is the favorite   in the betting.       WELLINGTON.-Notwithstanding the bad   feelings which were exhibited amongst some of the sporting gents a, the late Annual Race Meeting, and their apparent deter- mination never to countenence another race at Wellington, they have soon broken the ice, for a match was made to come...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Settlers' Price current. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 12 September 1846

. Settlers' Price current.. . ' , : Pnrcb. Q Merritt & " linper 0 Dino ditto 0 Hill ami ''Allein ri Dunes Ó Itnper Q Hiitiiilton und Ne l i g ,ltnper «nd Merrel: HA V ANT) COlty M ARK KT« liny,' .'»0 louds, fruin U.í to ll)-! Od per rwt. average, ?U*: Ot}. '?. ; Straw, 2t ditto, from 4s Cd to Os-Cd per owl-' average, fia 0.1 j. - Wheal, C ditto,.from CM Cd io.7d.<ld per bushell average, Us Kid. Green fodder, ill load», from 8d to lld per.doz. Oreen Uedding, Iii louds, lunn ill Oil lo 7s per loud. . l'igs, ö, at -ld. per lb. Cows; 8. fruin 4Bs to GOs each-avcraga, 50s. , Culves, û", friiui Xl to^ Jil'ö.-i. each. CATTLE. Owner/ No. Weight. Price. Cox 150 . 500 3 10 Bowman 00 COO, 3 13" tlrown . 114 7Ö0 .to IS House 137 Oro . 3 17 Collett 00 inf. 2 ii Forester . 110 -- 3 0 SHP.Er. Templer 040 p- 0

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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EXCURSION TO WORA WOLLANG MOUNTAIN, IN THE DISTRICT OF WOLLOMB[?]. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 12 September 1846

EXCURSION TO" WO RA WO LL A ÑG : ? . MOUNTAIN* . . ;ití THE niSTUICT OE WOLLOMBI*. .; The morning broke ¡n^ all the joy of a new-born day, manlling~the eastern-lánd ¡scape with the russet livëry of the dawn Fire birds shook from their wings thcglit tering dewdrops of a night" that seemed tô j weep over its own departurô ; : nnd allnn ¡tujre. proclaimed her * great original' in the 'simple yet transcendent beata ty of lier attire. !when our party quitted, the retired hamlet ;of Wollombi, whose happy. inmates had ? not awoke, to consciousness pf litiman'ex istence,, to trend the _crnggy passes of the icloud-capt Woraworrang.; . For some miles 'dur. journey. lay, along.san oft-obstructed ¡path through the valloy 'of -Watagan," jwhere th'c industrious._sbns .of: ruder climes,' in their ambition for - ' ? ,-; ? j ' " Á liiilyc ¡ti sotne'vnst wllueninsa," Jaliglited on this lair oasis', ns:at l}rsi in the ,d¡malice indicated ' by the aspiring Jvoliimrs of unfanned smoke that wreathed thei...

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 — 12 September 1846

53b AGENTS AND COUNTRY ¡S|. SUBSCRIBERS. wJ'E V E R A L of our Couirtr* ??|f Agenta have been so cxces x|^ely tardy in making; remittances, "A|it it is necessary to acquaint them, rmsf1* their districts'will not he at »f. ¡fuled to, unless they transmit their [^"Jids immediately; and Country "^inscribers living at a distance from .itIi<Vents> must ^either forward their ulesbscriptioiis forthwith, or be struck Withe list. : ; roc_ Vri\PTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. ' - v/' éMHMtñications to the Ojffice of BelPs I"r?it£î/e must be prepaid, or the» wiil not eve], . V ? ?J fääie rcce-.cd.

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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To Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 12 September 1846

voua To Correspondents. M. eflaá " . p|Qj3N BULL will find timi tho BnbstnnCe of his aonJommunication is noticed editorially. , "* ' a;h(|'EGA.-Our .columns hate not yet been the. (Sf ''.^chicle of polemical disputes. whilunSCRIBER.-Sn many communications are of i »eeeived at this office sipmed as above that vre ^Oflannot in future answer "tho subscription. Snrcly ty^isendonyms ore sufficiently abundant to-nllow n a^^MOro distinctive appellation. 0Í! ^SERVER'S lotter will answer no practical pur *; ,(^ooao. _,

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Opening of the Legislative Councell. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 12 September 1846

Omening"of tu« IiëgialaUvo Connell. ON-Tuesday last, a considerable number of peraon3-were; collected in the; neighbour ofi ¿he Legislative Council Chambers, to witness thc.assembling of the members, in accoidance.with the proclamation published in .tl»c. Government Gazette. About half past i l A. Mk a guard of honor under the command of Captain Day, and the band of 'the 99th Regiment, appeared on the -ground to await the coming pf His Excel Ienoyt, The. number of spectators cpn tinued rapidly to increase, and at 12 o'clock Lady Mary Fitz Roy arrived and was in- troduced into the house by, tho honorable the Speaker. His Excellency escorted by the mourited police left the, Govemn house shortly ofter 12 o'clock, passing a consideiable concourse of. people lined the road to the Council Chamb The number of equipages, equestrians,, other spectators Were' perhaps even gre: than those coltected^at the time of the Governor's farewell visit to the "Com and the steps and verandah of the built...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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Country News. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDETS.] WINDSOR. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 12 September 1846

Country. KTewB» [PBOM OOH OWN COimEHPOKDBHfB.] WINDSOR. A GRAVK SúnxEct.-It will no doubt be in the remembrance of many of thc old hands io this colony, that some thirty-five years ago, an old vétéran, named Pugh, was barbarously murdered in his own house at Richmond. The beautiful and. ftiftue resque spot upon which . AAbQllt&ehen stood, called .Richmond Hilf;. i? now con- secrated a repository for the dead, and upon which stands St. Peter's Church;. Pugh was a saving industrious old mari and ac- cumulated a large sum of money, aud for which treasure it Avas always supposed by his neighbours, he Was murdered. A man named M'Gee and another whose name we cannot learn, was condemned and executed for the inhuman deed. , In preparing a vault some few days ago, ;d»e-wor km<m-t;jnph>yje^fow blé sum- of' rrioney,Vconsist.ing . of holey dollars, dumps, rupees, and copper coin, buried about two feet below the surface, and within a few yards of the residence of this ill-...

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 — 12 September 1846

To the Editor of Bell's Life in Sydney, DEAR BEIL,--Observing from time to' timé iii your paper pnrograplis respoctirlg tlie tinily inerens ing nuisnn'co of the^canlné tribe of Sjiincy, which yon attribute to the remissness of the City autho- rities. The following statement of' facts, however, will show that you ore in error. It may bc in the recollection of your readers that some time since Alderman Flood, ¡n ail the dignity of his magisterial authority ns presiding justice, on the Sydney Bench, gave to the consta- bulary n verbal order to destroy all tho micollnred whelps they should fiad lurking in any part of the City. This.order, as might without any'streteh'of imagination' he anticipated, coining from an indi- vidual with whom it is suspected the Chief Com- missioner is not on the most intimate terms, was disregarded by the police j And tho nuisance re- mained unabated. Thc Commissioner .at length, finding that the safety of the public required some I ni onus should be adopted...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Original Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 12 September 1846

Original Corresponaènce. ' Tho Editor does «ot identify himself willi nny opinions expressed by lu's Correspondents, but merely gives, insertion to such Communications as seem entitled to public consideration.

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FIVE DOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 12 September 1846

FIVE DOCK. Tlie approaching Annual Meeting, which is fixed for Thursday and Friday next, promises well for sport. His Excellency Sir Charles Fitz Roy has signified his in- tention of being-present, and has further proved the sincerity of his encouraging assurance by a well-timed subscription of twenty pounds. We are lcd to believe that the arrangements of this year will be of a nature calculated amply to satisfy the public, and to reflect credit upon the pio jectors of this hippodromic amusement. Our next issue will contain a minute and faithful-amount of the proceedings. ! CHALLENGE.-The police reporter of the. " Herald" *is open to CHAW real soojec nguinst any jarvey on'tlie stand for 2.i. Od. ; his money is ready on application to John Leigh Vannen, or nuy oilier member of the Lay Association." CAKINB.-A mnteh will take place at Redfern ou. Monday morning next, between Tommy thï^HoV?»; dog BOATSWAIN; .and Sum's dog l'ADDY^ the' tailor backing hi» dog at Ü7 to £'i. ? Catch weights...

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 — 12 September 1846

i XocaJ ' Xntolllgrenoeii INQUESTS.---On Monday last, the re- doubtable Carry sat in official state at (as the quid-chewing di,'ittante of the Tub would Svrite) the " Wheat Sheaf" Tavern, corner of '* no street al all, but opposite the old Toll bar." The interesting subject of enquiry arose from the death bf a black fellow, whose remains, in order to give color to thc transaction whereby the Colony be comès mult in sundry guineas, had passed through the stage ot post mortem chris- tening, and were recognised as those of V Mister John Stewart ! ! !" The lamented aboriginal'died from natural causes, ata public-house in Erskine-street, on Sunday' morning last ; yet the-philanthropic mind, of Mr. John Brenan was not to be set al rest till professional skill had assisted to satisfy his insatiable yearnings. Verdict -Visitation of God. At the same place and- on the same day, the Coroner (poor man, how these frequent visitations uifect him!) ivas called upon tb waylay a most, respectable l...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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HOMEBUSH. TALLY [?] AND LADY TERESA. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 12 September 1846

. HOMEBUSH. ' TALLY HOI AND LADY TERESA. " Wednesday last, .the day jappointed for the above mat Hi, upon which large sums hail boen staked, some, excitement wns mani- fested at the sporting houses, and " THE AGE,'.' as usual, was under charter. The -thorning was fine, whilst a gentle north-; easter, gare- an - additit^ally ^tnvngorating; .stimulus to the pleasurably excited ai J mirers of tlie nagsi. . i . Ot>. occasions of this sort it is not usual to' find many of the metropolitan mopers on the alert, nevertheless an affair which ; involved the pretensions of the Leger mare ' had apparently roused ninny a drowsy-cit from his inanimate cogitations, and dis-, ti neted him for a .time at least from his very animated potations. ^ The subject of road-side scenery on gala , days, has, however, become so threadbare that one's patience wearies in retracting the V roads leading to the seine of action," and though a Race-day in Nsw Soutli Wales certainly presents features nt oiice" nove...

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SPORTING REVIEWER. Races to Come. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 12 September 1846

SPORTING REVIEWER. v Races to Come. "EiveDock..... 17ih ond lSth Sept.

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Agents for this Journal. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 12 September 1846

Agent»- for. til!»'Tournai*..- H.' Mn.. THOMAS . DOWBB " GKOBOB TULLY -.. " Huon TAYLOB - " JAMBS CULLEN . " CHABLBS MUSK " JOHN TAIT . - " THOMAS. WALSH . "' M'AHSTBB - . ,:, B.WABD- "'. ,,' MICHAEL DOYLE _ . " '<HEXBY Pisses ' W.;PBBSCOTT .'- '. ,, EDWARD MYBBS . "" HBVBY ALDBBSON , " J. M. TOWNSEND < " , A. TV. Larymoro - . Brisbane Towm - .. Newcastle . - Parramatta ? . . Windsor - - Penrith ' ... - . Hartley ... . . Bathurst* . - . Yass . . . Broulee ... . Muswellbrook 7 . .. Berrima" . ..-'^^gjjdhe- ' - ' . ^Goulburn .' - Pprt Síftcqaarií » - Ciareoeé JUver - ,-' Wollombi. Morpeth & Maitland Printed and published by THOMAS REVBL Jou»toK » -of Brfdge.street,ttt ito PriulingODIce, 17, Colon- nade, Bridge- streetf

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