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The Genius of Australia.—A Song. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 10 October 1846

Tb o Genius of Australia.-Ü. Song-. ? When first old England's banner, amid' tue cunnou's roar, ' ? ??'?.' . '. ' . ' ' ? ' By Captain Cook was hoisted upóú Australia's shore, A cloud of spotless whiteness, with'guldea stars'o'er spread, . ' '' Shone with resplendent brightness above the hero's heudj . . * -< ? ..»-'.' While British tars, with three, times three. Made rocks aud.mountains .ring, And drank success to New South Wales, Their Country utid their'King.' . Then, from a cloud descending, appeared to human .. - sight, " . Thu Genius of Australia, arrayed in robes of light, While sweet the vision ,speaking, proclaimed .the land her own} . .;. ... :t...:..!? 'U But gave it'os a jewel to deck' the British throne. Again the clarions sounded,' . -, .,';' .-j ,:¡-. While minstrelf on the'wing . .. |j . . Proclaimed Australia's sunny liind . A gift to England's;king; . .- * ; ..,. ' And,, though some clouds of',sable..have long oti senr'd oar day, , , ? .; , ' Yet now our...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A Prophetic Parody. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 10 October 1846

A Propbetio Parody. M ? -, ; ' y» T,í, .? .. .'. ; :«. , ;«,.. " High Festival in Butiirty, to Hosking,bo renown, Long-life to T/auiisr Wilshire; .rèforiiistlon to'the town,." .. '.;?'<,'; v, ...li!' :.::>'?'.'z '''J'" Long live '' Tnc BE[.L".at humbugs, let it ring its , merry peal, ,..*. - . And long liva I, its' Editor, ttys fate of súóbs'to seal. 'Twas tn tUe present year of 'grace;' the ' Municipal .day, :.: . . ,- ir: " ??? . , Poured through tbe streets of Botany, a chivalrous array ; ¡ ¡.-;.,.. ...--. They »raved their flags of calico, .slim, Ownii.Ie.I '' them oh, ! . . :, ' " Another such a.gallant band eye'ne'er Mt II'Mbk ? : upon. ? . -:!..(.-'"?'-~-';; ???' : ':. ? ? ?. - He gazed upon the electivo throng, like an iWukiit PalaUin, '..'._ ... While glanced the sun' on "spear-heads twain of Hobey's best block' tin ; . : He marshall'd all his awkward squad, for he was sole director.' ¿ :?? ?" t And well did he tlie task perform, that "Cjairlt and Gammon" HECT...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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THE "SPECTATOR" AND THE COLONIAL SECRETARY. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 10 October 1846

THE "SPECTATOR" AND THE COLONIAL SECRETARY. Tn K above-named Journal in its leading ar- ticle of.Saturday last endeavoured to rescue itself-though even for a moment, from the irrevocables'obscurity to which its heavy in. sipidity anti dullness long since i onsigncd ii -by a furious pcisouai attack upon the Honorable the Colonial Secretary ; and in order to attain this object, the par- lies who have the management of that paper, had the hardihood to publish an ad- vertisement in the Herald, and to placard the town with notices that, " something very important would be fciiud in its co- lumns." That the bait did not take, must bc now painfully felt by the unhappy specu- lators in the ruse: for, oh, most convincing argument,'notwithstanding the aforesaid advertisements and placards,no purchasers were gulled to the Spectator's craving net. "'Tia tine, 'tis pity, nuil pity 'tis, 'tis trna !" But while, we cannot but cotnmisserate, thc crest-fallen concoctors of such a vision- ary and abo...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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SPORTING REVIEWER. Races to Come. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 10 October 1846

SPORTING REVIEWER. Knees to Como. Peurilli Annual Unces . . . . l illi, Kith, & lOtli Oct. Draper' Club Haces ...... 1st January, 18A7

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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Agents for this Journal. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 10 October 1846

i Í ü.gcnt»i fon itlils Journal. : Mn. THOMAS' DOWSE; -: " GEORQB TULLY - .I .?.! ." CHAULES MUNIT ,, P'GoULDIXo'' - '. " JOHN TAIT; '-' " THOMAS WALSH '' '-' " M'ALISTEH '-'. - " rt; WAUO - - - " MICHABL'DOYLE" ,-.' i, 'HKNRY PIERCE ? " ' W. PnBso'oTT1 -'' -' " EDWARD MYERS ' ,, MBKDYALDEIÍBON ,,..'j; M. ToWMEND - , . » i Ai W. L'nryjDoro'' . - -.':-!; Brisbane'; Town '- '.? -i.-Newcastle ¡> ?' - - - Penrith , - - Braidwood - ''Bathurst.. -' >.' Yass' '.' ; . .Broulee ;-'.. - ' Muswellbrook -, ", Berrima . .'. ,'-'., Scone '" -" ,.",' Goulburn .. . 'Port; Macquarie - .? Clarence Diver -.. T,..'Wollombi; Morpeth &'.Maitlaud Pritndand pnbllshb'd'byTHOMAS :RBVBi«iJont» sos orUrldge-suMet, Hie PrtulingOfilco, 17, Colon-; nade, Bridge-street

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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CAMDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 10 October 1846

CAMDEN. On Monday last came off at Emu Plains a first-rate trotting match, between two ponies, the amount for which they contested has not been ascertained. The distance was called one mile and a half, between Mr. Hogan's grey pony (Bodkin).1 ' Mr. Mortimer's piebald pony, (York) ..2 At the start, off they went keeping well together, and neither of them perceptibly leading, when at the end of a quarter of a mile, the piebald broke, and was immedi- ately turned round ; the grey of course ob- tained a most excellent lead, which he maintained throughout the race, and came in a winner by 150 yards, held hard. The winner did the distance in 3 minutes and 38 seconds.

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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PENRITH. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 10 October 1846

. PENRITH. Wc .would;'call'the attention pf His Ex- cellency, whenever the police affairs of the Colony, are -- within his notice, to the following observations and suggested improvements, as regards the upper, portion of this policé district, within the hounds, of which is comprehended a large tract of country. That part ¿f ilie police district of. Pen Titli in and about Greendale, the estate of George Wentworth, Esq. is about 17 or 18 miles from the court-house nf Penrith, aíid the' police¡ sta tióhé'd lhere, ' and 'ort the way from Uië cpuT.tT.liquse at Penrith^ have to travel to and from their stations, to attend the sittings'of the bench, twice a week'.'! The iriliabithnt8:of that part-of thé country likewise, when desirous of seeking the in- terference of the Bench, on any occasion, however trifling, are put to similar incon- venience,: as: far 'as regards the distance, which is material to parties, and oftentimes is the cause of complaints being looked over, and hardships 'en...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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A Cabman's Canzonet. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 10 October 1846

A Cabman's canzonet* 'Oh ! (ío uot upbraid me ; tho hoon that I crave Is not more than Adolphus, ma'am, yields ; Believe me, n shilling's n very close shave. From Pall Mall'lo Lincoln's Inn Fiolds. U obeyed ibo holiest which yon gave when I closed My cabriolet door, AB you know; ""For," said yon, "aa I fool myself much indispoa'd, Oh, drive, Mr. Coachman, drive slow !" Still,.obdurate lady! what's fourpence to you, But a drop in your beenu of tin? TO MB it ls life-it's'n quartern of " dow,'' But Tou-óli.'YÓu-cannot toko giu ! Yon spnrn me again ! oh, shame on your sex ! I'll return when your passions are calm ; Tshan't give no chnngc, nud, if still you ^objects, Tako my number, and summons nie, ma'am! ?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 10 October 1846

TO THE ELECTORS OF MACQUARIE WARD. '/"S ËNTLEMEN,-I again return you riiy sincere \JC thanksTor lite donor you conferred on inc in 18-12. As tito period for which I wns elected will expire on the 1st of November next, I »gain beg to oller myself us a candidate for your suffrages al thc approaching election. I hâve the honor to bc, Gentlemen, four most obedient servant, GEORGE HILL. Surry Hill's, Sydney, September 9. GREAT REDUCTION IN THE , PRICE OF POTATOES. TUB undersigned begs lo acquaint thc trade, shippers, and private families, that tho price of Circular Mead potatoes ia this.day greatly re- duced, und will continue so for a Tow ilnys, while the cargoes of the '. Margaret" and " l'hoibc," just arrived,- are unloading. Parties, therefore, requiring to buy in n supply, will do well to embroco thc present opportunity, by applying immediately at the vessels ac llio Flour Cotupntiy's Wharf, Potato Stores, Union Wharf, and-here to .'"".'. GEORGE SMALL, 233 350, George-street. POSTUL...

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American Affairs. (From the Times, May 24.) [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 10 October 1846

American Affairs. (From tile Times, May 21.) The difference which has arisen between thc; Senate of the United States, and the House of ito preventatives, as to thc form of the resolutions au- thorising the President to give the notice for the' termination of the Oregon convention of 1827, is so minute that nothing but tho most captious spirit: could have suggested a division upon so slender n point. It is utterly unimportant to thc interests and dignity of this country whether tho President bo " authorised, at lils discretion," or " authorised and requested" to give the notice ; and we are per- fectly coûtent that " thc attention pf both Govern- ments should be the more earnestly directed to the importance of a speedy adjustment of all .their differences,and . disputes in , respect to tho Oregon territory." It is probublo, however, that thc more courteous form of thc resolution adopted by the Senate will prevail ; unless, indeed, this ridiculous verbal difference between the two Ho...

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Sketches in London, BY THE AUTHOR OF "RANDUM RECOLLECTIONS." (CONTINUED FROM NO. [?]l.) [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 10 October 1846

SbetdUes id bondon, BT TUC AUTHOR OP " rt AN O OM RECOLLECTIONS.*' (CONTINUED FROM sb. Ol.) IT is carious to contrast tho actual condition of thc histrionic personages who figure nt the Penny Tlieatros with tho circumstances in which they are after processionally placed. '-Haw*great tho contrast between the poor creatures strutting aboiit ou th» stage'with' tho assumed dignity of .monarchs, while they are at the very moment ^enduring the pains, of Inniger, and "(now not nh individual in the.world who would move a step to rescue them from thc horrors. of actual starvation. Fotirtecu pence per night, and this, bc it observed,-.for performing, it maybe in six or seven pieces, is thought n high rate of remuneration for the histrionic services of a poor wight acting at a Peiiny Theatre. Mr. Hector Simpson, tho proprietor of the Tooley street Penny Establishment, arid also of a Theatre iii tho neigh- bourhood of Queen Square, Westminster, lately, detailed several affecting' cases of .this...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 10 October 1846

MILITA HY. - On Monday evening, rt detachment of tlic lilli icgiment, cnroute, from Launceston to Westbury, arrived int Carrick about five o'clock, when one of.the men being sick, and the party under.orders to proceed to Westbury that night, it was thought necessary by the officer.in;com> tnand, ip press a conveyance, for thc sick, mail. All the houses in, thc'neiglibotJÍrliootí were sought fpr^lhis purpose,,but hr vain,; and it was riot until a cart belonging to Mr. Thomas Symonds, or Moat Farm, was passing through the town, that the soldier? could succeed in obtaining any .Uinil. qf carriage' to convey their sick »nu 'wearied, comrade. The cart, containing Mr. Sy> monds,'.'.willi his wife and family-^-iii all ,p persons, was immediately pressed into re- gimental service, and the family party, re- ceived au iiiiiuiation to give us ¡inmediato possession. In vain did Mr..Symonds plead the impossibility of his¡ being able ip reach horne with his. family, the soldiers persisted i...

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To Correspondnts. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 10 October 1846

. , . To Corrospondnts. iUNG.-Neate bent ¡lie Gas man (A'1 flo n-side) oii j December ll,. 1821, at .Newbury, In Berkshire, . .18 rounds, in 33*-minutes. j LOO,-;Two trumps, lead one, and tile nee. if you. .,' liaTR.it.- .You ore not obliged to lead with the king if the ace is turned up. The 100 stones lmvchecn picked np in OS minutes;' . it was.said that Dickey Misfortune accomplished the feat in 30 minutes. ' ' CAUHIDALE.-^Ve are perfectly. conversant willi! thc'disclosures of thc Gardener upon his death . , bed, and shall allude to them on u future day. ! .Tlie.Sanctimoniotis Tnlor at Dtiltlnglass. and thci borrowed opossum. -It is incredible that nny one; -save a blackfellow, or one of the very refuse; amongst tho'chained-giing-men-would perpe-1 trato such a piece of outrageous rascality ns that; with which Mr. Garnhnm's cloak is enshrouded. Cbnrity would almost induce thc supposition, that thc Evangelic Tutor's faculties have become ' paralysed ; " that in fact," the.Ballinglas...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 10 October 1846

" LONG PRIMER Tor the first form, Sir,' says the Devil, and what the Devil ,t< write about this deponent knoweth not ïhe weather is a subject which oin" big co temporaries take peculiar delight in, and a ' auy remarks on this subject may interferí With the meteorological table, " compito expressly" for a certain journal, we leavi . romment upon its sudden' changes, &c. ¿cc, to the more profound lucubrations.o our co-peers. The* crops, too, roüple« -With monopoly , and : thecliqué who hay« long, though unsuccessfully, endeayouret to starve the' humbler classes, for the pim and noble purposes of self-aggrandisement. Jias heretofore been subject fdr our ,'pen to that oblivion" and ignominy Which tin next age will yield.tôt us now consign them then, again, the Council is so common, t theme* for the wavering tirades and cam witticisms of such small fry as the Sentinel . Citizen, Age, &c, that a dread of proximity with such an order of odorous and erudite scribe...

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Bar Touting. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 10 October 1846

Bar Touting. i The Times, some time silice» jocujarlj I compared the learned gentlemen of the bar , at Westminster Hall, to the gen {lernen o the whip on a cab stand, where they wail for fares; " Touting," however, the Timei said, or active exertions to get a fare, was ; not allowed at the bar ; and, in so far, the : bar was more dignified than the whip. ¡ The Times, however, has been forced tc ! confess its error. It hasn't apologised to : the cabmen as yet ; but .it should. The i 'bar-touts upon occasions with wonderful i nctivity ¡ the gallant fellows have been at ; work for the last:-fortnight, canvassing foi the vacant judgeships of the Courts of Re ! quest, as the. following dînèrent appeals . »viii show :-=*. ; ' THE GENTEEL CANVASS. ."'.Mr. Frederick Figtree solicits jour vote ami in ' terest. His connections with Westminster are ol ': long líate» Ile was educated at Westmi lister School j -His uncle, was a canon of 'Westminster ; and'his j grandmother,'ib'e Honorable MTS; F...

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Varieties. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 10 October 1846

Varieties. À SCENE IK THE FISH MAUSET.-Fishwonian. -" Don't meddle with my lobster my good man, or you'll haye that Ohger of yours bitten." Stnuder by.-" I tell you he would not if my dog's toil was between his nippers." Fishwomnn.-"Try it.'1 Stander by.-** Here, Carlo ! Carlo!" Lobster ¿napa ; -'{dog in ngouy)-bow, wow, w-fe w. Fishwomnn. -" Hólloa! where's my lobster going?" The dog vanishes round the cottier of the street, and thc ' curtain falls. ' An American physician announces that he lins changed his residence to the neighbourhood of the Church-yard, whicli he hopes may prove a colive ? lricnce to his numerous patients. 'Côjiixa "TO THE PÔ1XT.-Slr. B" did yon say or did you not say what I said you said ? because Mr. C. said you never did say what I said yon said; now, if you said you did not say what I said yo-i 'said, then what did you say ? - She torio without logic is like a tree with leaves and blossom, bot no root. . LITERALLY. TBUE.-Buyer: "Is the horse wei] broken?" S...

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Melbourne. APPEAL TO THE PUBLIC. EXPEDITION TO RESCUE THE WHITE FEMALE FROM THE GIPPS' LAND BLACKS. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 10 October 1846

APlfJSAIi TO THE PUBLIC.""' '"' EXPEDITION TO RESCUE THH^WHITB FfiMÁLB'rñ'ÓU , . , -, TUE GIPPS*; LAND, BLACKS. , , J_ . ? .Thc Committee (appdinted;at the public meeting li of the;2nd instant," lUvu now. ascertained beyond a jj doubt1 that there is 'at least one; Kuropean female in li captivity ámoiigBl the ;savage tribes iu,Gipps-Laiid." . .'This conviction they have attained not only,from the, strong circumstantial 'evidence;aíready beforo tho. public, but also from the direct testimony of an aboriginal girl belonging, to thei Gipps-Laud tribe; /now. residing with that ol.Western Part j together with tlio statement of a-partly-civilised)aboriginal, to whom ic was admitted by the ltibr¿37of . tile sus- pected tribe that a .white feiuule is'actuully .'detained 'amongst them. '1 ii ¡Í'.U'W.VU" t.t ,i»u* Untw It also'appears that'the: Öovcrumeut have-been for four niontuB'in possession ofi an | official report from the Crown 'Commissioner i of Gipps -Land, stating the fact of such a ...

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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 10 October 1846

Local Intelligence. ? < TUE MAYOR'S SALAIIV.-;Whcn Doctor Henderson was eluded to a seal ¡a the City Cuuncil, lie astonished, not alone the Council, bul thc entire citizens of Sydney, by giving notice of his intention to move ut its next meeting, that all future. Muy ors should be deprived ol'thc salary (£600 per' annum) allowed them. This motion, au' 'original one in its way, set the town so much a-talking, that.it wa» on every one's tongue, " what does Dr. Henderscn mean 1 What can he be driving ut ? Surely he must mean something tunny ? What rea- sons will he advance in support of his mo- tion ?" These, and a variety of oilier re- marks were flying about the city in every ? direction, north-south, cast, and west. The curiosity as to lite object of the Dr.'s .motion, was quite as great as that which prevailed .when the arrival of the " rerial machine'' was daily expected.. At last the eventful day came; tiud the scene of excite- ment which presented itself in the Counci...

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BELL'S LIFE IN SYDNEY. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1816. MR. LOWE AND HIS BILL FOR ABOLISHING IMPRISONMENT FOR DEBT. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 10 October 1846

BELL'S LT FE IN SYDNEY. SATUHDAY, OCTOBEIt 10, 181U. MR. LOWE AND HIS BILL FOR ABO- ; LISHING IMPRISONMENT, -? .FOR DEBT. ' Mn. LOWE is cettainly ah indefatigab] legislator.' His fertile brain seems eve jtceming- with something .new for the benefi of somebody ; and the artillery.of Iiis clo quenco is always in: thc field ready lo sup port those nianoîtmes. which his política tactics have suggested. i lt was tacitly understood that the pre- sent Session of the Legislative. Council'.wat ,1o bc a short one; and thal no measure ol ..importance was to be brought foi ward thai .could possibly bc allowed to stand over ; and this we presume for two very good .reasons. First-Because it was impolitic .to start questions on which His Excellency .Sir Charles Fiizr Roy,.could not, so soon after his arrival in thc colony, form any de- cided opinion : and, secondly-Because, ,as thc Council was called together 6o late, il was desirable not. tb prolong'the Session 'unnccessirily, so as lo keep the c...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 10 October 1846

Tiioops FiiOM INDÍA.-CHATHAM, Ma; 26.-Yesterday evening detachments of re giments serving in India arrived at tile In valid Depot-, Fort Pitt, from Gravesend, a which place they disembarked in the after noon from the ship Minerva, Capt.Clinch They consisted of seven men of thc 3rt King's Own Light Dragoons, 33 men of tin 9th Foot, 1 man of the 10th, and 26 men including 3 Serjeants, of the 31st regiment ' with 3 women and 6 children. Thc whoh were in charge of Captain George Cubit, o the 9th Foot, upon medical inspection. It was found necessary to place a numbe; of men in hospital. Many are young mer and nearly blind. The remainder were re moved to St. Mary's barracks to be dis charged. These troops embarked at Cal : cutta on the 24th of January last, and . during their passage two men died, viz. ' Serjeant William Hall, band-master of thc 3rd Light Dragoons, and Private Williani Wattley, of the 31st regiment. At Graves- end the troops left behind them two mer who weie too ill to be...

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