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

PENRITH RACES; TUE enfríes fo«" 'lie above meeting, whífh ll will take pince during tlic ensuing-week, i were made, : as previously advertised, be- tween the hours of 4 and 10 p.m., on Wed- nesday last, and closed as follows : F I K S T D A Y. ; Fill ST »ACE. Tlie Penrith Town.Plate. ....... Mr. Chambers'Emerald . .. - King's Wallaby " - Bndtjery'fl Jorrocks ...,-. i l i - Badgery'a Jumbuck.1' ' u i i , t » > I .8ECUXD «ACE. :r'~J The Maiden Plate.- '! , ' ; Mr. E«l«rnr.I Coxjs O'Retio - Warby's Warragai ? [ -- Chambers'Sjianker. - . .> THIRD RACE. The Tally-ho gtakea. " *"" ! Mr. Bailkiii's WeckciuTC'-Wne s, 7 ' ; - Dowries' White Cow " '.,f - Chambers' itohin Mood - Ryan's Tally-Ho. SKCOND DAY. iinnoxB RACE:" Mr. King's Wnllnbv - H. Chamhcrs' Spanker . - - - Ryan's Lottery. 1 ! «' T HIRD DAY. ' : .;. . FIRST RACE. - - . ' \ ' The Publicans' Purse. " . ' . ' Mr. Joseph Roberts' Ree in-a-Bunnet i ' - - King's Sam Slick j . . - H. Chambers' Tnlly-Ho. ,, - Downes' Lady Theresa -...

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

CXmOXrXCXiB NEW9PAPBK. 'I HE office of this journal is removed 8 from this date to No. 133, King street East, next door to Mr. Brown's Grocer. Sydney, October 3rd, 1846. £2000. TO bo LENT in one Snm on City Property, Two Thousand Pounds at 8 per cent. ' Bills aud Promissory Notes discounted to any amount, JA.MKSf IRONSIDE, Money Broker. Office, 03, King-street. 223 GENERAL IRONMONGERY WAREHOUSE, 522, Ooorg-c-street. RNOTT haviug completed the alteration lie . has lately been making to render his premises more convenient, begs to inform his frieuds, thal he will now be enabled to keep a lnrger stock of all descriptions of Ironmongery and Tinwarc, which be will continue to sell at the lowest remunerating prices. Country Orders both for the Store and Sta- tion executed with despatch, and every article may be depended on as of thc best quality. 201 TO STAND this season, nt the residence of Mr. T. \V. Baylis, Richmond Road, the thorough- bred stallion Bred by tho late Mr. Charles Smith, ...

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 — 10 October 1846

. Police Reports. À Woui.D-nE TnAP.-Donald Bain, n rough cnr ïotty-hemled ; looking gentleman, whose : tondue sïniïékfil strongly .of tlie.musical brogue of the Liiinl o' Cakes, having on AÏ outlay evening, enjoyed himself over about fourteen glasses of " rum hard," became so suddenly impressed with the magnitude of his own importance, as absolutely to faney him- self a Sydney Police Trap By'this strange conceit, Donald armed himself with a formidable sized stick, and sallied forth into Pitt street. Tie had um been lons .' on duty" there, as he termed it, when h:3 attention was attracted to two well-dressed ladies, who were conversing 5n a lloué ot voice thal sn tingly resembled the grating of one of his own native bug pipes. This discordant harmony, made Donald conclude that the fair ohos torc re quarrelling, und accordingly he bustled up lo them, rind wielding his truncheon, bill thom " hold their tougues, and Walk their chalks." They heeded him not, however, , and on his.again in...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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The Pop without Moustache. (In imitation of Gay.) [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 17 October 1846

. Tba rop witliout MonstaoUo. J (In ¡niitallon of Gay.) A fop, as Tain ss fop could bc, Affected every thine; anxTit ; An eye-glass, cock'd beneath hil brow. Did Iiis PENCHANT for fashion show ; His dress, too, and his swngg'ring gnit, Proved him with empty pride elate. Foremost in picnics he was found, And ever chose the softest ground ; Of wtne and fowl subscribed his share, . And gaily waited on thc fair. Each youthful miss and mellow darno Did his marked gallantry proclaim, And vow'd he'd cut a charming dash Could he but grow a neat moustache. Ho took the hint, and felt quito sore It had not strnck him long before ; Resolved to decora'te his face. He sought a barber of tho place . Ono who professed the dapper art Of making chins ontl slcnll-t loolt smart ; " I hate this upper lip," he cries, " 'Tis far too smooth for female eyes." Doh i nd the shop he straight retires, Dent on attaining his desires ; With Bears' Grease and Macoassar Oil The nuhaired lip began to soil Abjur'd the...

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 — 17 October 1846

TO BE RAFFLED, AN ORIGINAL WATERCOLOR DRAWING, from nature, of that celebrated colonial Horse, " TOBBOCX8," By EDWARD W I N STAN ty, in a handsome gilt frame Apply to J. T. GROCOTT, 240 470, George-street. PRESIDENT. THIS thorough-bred Horse, will stand tins sea . son, nt Mount Coughlan, tho Station of Mr. John Hurley, beyond Yass. - . President is half brother to Greenmantle, who has distinguished herself on the turf, by beating some of the most celebrated horses of thc day ; he is a dark brown colour, black points, stands fifteen hands three inches high, possessing beauty and symmetry, vigour and constitution ; has not been surpassed by any imported horse in the Colony ; dam by old Emigrant; grand dam by Camerton ; great grand dam, a pure Hector. Sire, Cbimborazn, imported by A. Way, Esq.; Ohimboraza bv young Camel, ont of La Fille, Mal Garde«, (late Hope) by Lottery; her dam Morgiana by Milly, out of Süss Stephenson, by. Scud or Sorcerer, sister to Petworth by Precipitate. Extens...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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Settlers' Price Current. CATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 17 October 1846

Settlers' Price Current: Cnmmings-70.0301ha., E-i Ss., SnllivAn.pnrehaser Neyle- 40. 700!bs., £4 l!>é., di'to ditto Sloan-Í¡S, 700ÎU9. £i lös, Stewart, ditto anEEP. Boase-J100, 551bs., lis.,'Raper and Merrett, pur. Hay-54 loads, from Ss. to 7s..per cwt.,'average, Os. Straw-12 loads, from 43 to Ss. ditto, overage,4*.0dî NYbeat-lÓ loads, from ös.< to 0i. 3d., per bushel* average, Os, Green fodder-00 loads, from 4d. to 7d. per doz. Green bedding-3 loads, from 4s. to 7s. per load Cows-10, from 25s. to 85s. and 70a. Calves-0, from 2Cs. to 30s. aud 25.

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 17 October 1846

' " *; snipping; Intelligence» ARRIVALS, j OCT. 8.-The harqne Trafalgar, 558 fons, Mor rison, master, from London, having left the Downs 3rd of Jnne. 8.-The schooner Phohe, 80 tons, Bennett, master, from Circular Head. 8.-The schooner Vixen, 40 tons, Brown master, from Hobart Town 27th ult. .8.-The schooner Lady of the Lake, 83 tons, Axton, master, from Port Nicholson th« 3rd, and Queen Charlotte's Sound 20th September. 10:-The hriir Dorset, 82 tons, Welsh, master from Adelaide 30th ult- . 10- The briir Olinda, 223 tons, Crickmoy master, from Manila 21st Juue. 11. -The steamer William the Fourth, 52 tons, Wiseman, master, from the Clarence Uiver the 0th instant. 11- The steamer Tamar, 130 tons, Allen mästen from Moreton Bay Otb inst. 12. -The ship Bombay, 400 ton«, Moore, master, from Greenock 4th May; 12.-The cutter Jane and Amelia, Meggett, mas- ter, from Twofold Bay 7th inst ' 12. -Tile schooner Industry, 00 tons. Macfarlane, master, from the Whaling Grounds; left Hobart Town Sep...

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 — 17 October 1846

> TO AGENTS AND COUNTRY I SUBSCRIBERS. CEVERAL of our Country , ' ^ Agents have been so exces- sively tardy in making1 remittances, that it is necessary to acquaint them, > that their districts will not be at- tended to, unless they transmit their funds immediately;- and Country Subscribers living at a distance from p Agents, must either forward their , /( subscriptions forthwith, or be struck * { offlhe list. NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS All communications to tho Office of. BclVs Life must bc prepaid, or they* will not bc received.

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Agents for this Journal. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 17 October 1846

' Äcronts for' Ulis Toorna!." Mn. THOMAS DOWSE - ,, GEOHO.B TULLY - - -? ,, Cu ARLES MUNN. ? . " - P GOULDINO . . .. " JOHN TAIT . - : ? - " THOMAS WALSH .-. " M'ALIBTER - " II. WARD - ... .- . -. " MICHAEL DOYLE- - i, HENRY PiEncB -, - ,, W. PRESCOTT R - ? -- ,, EDWARD MYERS ? - " HEN ny ALDERSOK . ,y ,J. M. TOWNSEND - ". Ai W.Larymoro . , - Brisbane. Town. .Newcastle". ... . . Penrith. Braidwood - Bathurst. .Yass- ." ...... ,.,"! . .Broulee . Muswellbrook Berriran . - Scone ,. - .Goulburn . . - - Port Macquarie . - Clarence Hirer . - Wollombi. Morpeth & Maitland Prltfid and,published by THOMAS BEVEL JOHNSON > ofBrlilge-Btreet, < the Printing Office, 17, Colga nade', Bridge-street}

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To Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 17 October 1846

I Jl To Correspondente. \ ra KAWITI.-Wo have received a communication iii [ If the Maori language, from this celebrated chief, ; % and dated from a Pah in the vicinity of ! 8 enquiring from ns, as the legitimnto and uncool < 1 promising protectors of helplessness in all its ! i varied shapes, as to the fate of a Kew Zealand I hoy, named JAMES POMABIÎ^ who arrived in [ S Sydney, abont four years ago. for the purpose of 1 I getting an insight into thc habits of civilization, I and lins not since been heard of. Wc. have, with I f unceasing assiduity, traced the Maori to London, §. where ho has been exhibited by the celebrated I Ï Mr. Angus, os a " natural phenomenon.". An j L advertisement in thc " Times" of a late date, an i ! ?- noanccs-"James Pomsre will hold a Levee' I i each day, and a sketch of the boy is to be seen í j in the * Illustrated London News'-admittance, jv ono shilling." Onr friend; the old chief, can ** j ( now with some certainty direct his views. I A bet...

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Drinking Ditty. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 17 October 1846

TírlnUlno- nittv. Brothers ! when thc sand is waning In'llfe's hour-glass, fnint nnil iow; When no more the bright bowl draining, To my last long home I go. - Tint ono care from your love I'll borrow, Without tho pomp of vain parade; lu some green spot, afar from sonow, Sec your old companion laid. And Int tho bier on which you bear him, He formed from some old wino ensk's wood; "And pince tho chrystal goblet near him, From which he quoded life's ruby blood, Let him not rest in earth's damp bosom, lint 'nrnlh some clustering purple vine ; No tree should o'er his relics blossom, Save timt which yielded sparkling wine. When mum hy man you sadly follow, Oh) friends on earth for the last time ; .Stead of thc death bell's tolling hollow Thc goblet's music be his chime. And o'er his tomb be then inscribed A story which shall only toll : When this man lived, he laughed, imbibed, And now, life's banquet o'er, sleeps well !

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SPORTING REVIEWER. Races to Come. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 17 October 1846

SPORTING REVIEWER. | i Saces to Come. Droper* Club Ranea. 1st January, 1817

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 — 17 October 1846

Police Reporta. TUESDAY.-Ken SHEDS A'SKBEX !-Here was a nut Fur the deposition clerk to crack, which simply means " put down the knife," and baffled Mr. Cowper, as it would the interpreter, Mr. Cesar, al- though Iiis knowledge of languages is not Terr limited. It was made nso of iu one of those trum- pery perjury cases having their origin in an assault, where each party, for the purpose of haring satis- faction, endeavoured to outdo ttieir antagonists in ! the hardihood of their swearing. The belligérants in the present ease were an individual named Crow, a stonecutter, residing at Redfern, and a man noTOed .Welshj'Tîhose. locale is iu the same .neigh . horn-hood, and who figured as defendant. This Welsh, it appears, on a former occasion applied opprobious epithets to Mrs. Crow, and another fe - male named Hook, also a married woman, residing in the same neighbourhood, and for which they very spiritedly, ami.jve may add commendably, pitched into him Welsh, with -that love of litigat...

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 — 17 October 1846

Local Intelligence. .j THE NEW COLONY FOU THE '. PENTON VULLARS.''-We understand that every ar- rangement likely to nflbrd comfort to the selected for this " EV dorado" has arrived by the last troop ship; ho luxury that the most fastidious probationer could require but the Government, in its liberality, has furnished them with. Indeed it has antici- pated their wants, by sending out at con- siderable expense (we have not yet heard the name of the patentee) a mangle a la Claudius Berresford, of 'a.novel construc- tion, wherein three men at a time can be scourged-two on the bach and one on the breech, without the intervention of a flog- ger. Tlfs is certainly an improvement on the old way of doing business, and places all modern inventions in the shade. It is reported, but we don't vouch for its authen- ticity, that Tim Zane is to have the con- ducting of the machinery. THE POSSESSIONS "BILL.- The follow- ing section as an adjunct to the above Bill has been handed us for insertion, hy...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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PENRITH RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 17 October 1846

PENRITH RACES. We are unable to .subjoin, more than n cursory account of the twp first day's'.'running, owing to the niggard- liness of tlie stewards, who imagine that a Racing Reporter of a Sporting Newspaper lean travel withouljthe allowance of ways, and means.' - . FinsT RA'CB.. .' The Penrith Town Plate of Thirty Sove ? reigns, with a Sweepstakes of Five'Sove i reigns each. . Entrance £3.; heats twice ; round ; three entrances or no race ; fer horses of all ages ; weight for age. Mr. Andrew Badgery's b g Jot rocks, aged, ' .O st. 121b., (Higgerson)V. .1 1 '' 'Mr, HugU'Ohambers' eh g Emerald 0 yrs, ; 0 st;T2 lb., (Dunn) ..2 2 Mr. King's ru g Wallaby, 6 yrs, D st'. 8 lb., ' (May).........-..3 3 Mr. Badgery's br g Jumbuck............ dru «TI Wallaby started with the lead, waited on by Emerald to the top'of the hill, the old: phenomenon laying close up. Here the' Kangaroo resigned his pince to the chesnut. who kept his place to within a few lengths of the distance post, when Jorrock...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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BELL'S LIFE IN SYDNEY. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1846. THE RENEWAL OF TRANSPORTATION. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 17 October 1846

* \ BELL'S LIFE IN SYDNEY. SATURDAY, OOTOBEn'17; 1846. THE RENEWAL OF TRANS- PORTATION. I Mu. WENTWOIITH'S Bill affords another Jl p'ar'nP example of his political tergiversa-. ? | tion and instability. But a few years since, I the hon. member for Sydney, both in public 1 and in private life, exercised every species of influence within I1Í3 means in order to I obtain the emancipation of the Culony from | J the moral thraldom which a stream of felo : nious importation tended to create. So f far indeed did this " son of thc soil" carry Iiis convictions into effect, that repeatedly J j lie appealed to the feelings of the commu J . riity, through the then organ of the Patriotic I If Association, the " Free Press,'' as the still f i legible columns of that defunct Journal 3 can establish. ff But a change lias come over thc " spirit nm. of his dream." The Patriotic Association i f lias been successful in its efforts to obtain ! Î n representative Government-it has con [. I sentiently long...

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 — 17 October 1846

Court of Bequests. This Court was opened at ton o'clock on Mondaj last, by the Commissioner, with a list containing 102 cases under ,£10, thc greater part of whicli were of the most trumpery description ; and onlj important so far, that thc revenue derived there- from, go to support an establishment who are, from Mr. Clieeke down to the bailiff, a set of individúale of the most aristocratic caste. We select a few for the information of our readers. THE MAN WOT WENT TO THE LEVEE.-Nixon, of Hyde Park notoriety, is practising as a little-go lawyer in the teeth of Judge Burton's Apt, which prohibits any person who had ever been a prisoner of tho Crown (and, we think very uncharitably) from not only, practising as a solicitor, birt from being clerk in one of their offices. Be' that as it may, on the present occasion Nixon shewed oft" with his accustomed effrontery, and the activity of a French posture master. He represented himself as the agent of Mr. Taylor, the baker, in fact, " he don...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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HINTS FOR THE IMPROVEMENT OF THE ARMY. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 17 October 1846

HINTS FOR THE IMPROVEMENT OF THE ARMY. TJie. Quarterly Revieiu for April 1 done honor to itself, anti redeemed ma of its antecedent sins against die popu cause, by tlie publication of an article c lively devoted to thc condition and welfi > of the army. The private soldier in t country is looked upon by his officers something between an automaton nnd slave; and no possible sympathy ext, between the subordinate and the aulhorit This is not the case on the Continent. .France, in Belgium, and in Prussia, t officer docs something more than contr and coerce the private ; he is friendly ti wards them. ' They are seen frequent walking together ; and discipline does m stifler by this familiarity. In England tl officers seem to think that the counti cannot possibly owe any obligations to til soldiery ': the former reap nenrly all til honors and the best part of the rewards and thc privates are thanked in a lump tc gethcr, or find themselves richer by a fe1 shillings and pence. The militar...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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JAMES GANNON, THE SHEBEENHOUSE KEEPER. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 17 October 1846

¡ JAMES GANNON,-THE SHEBEEN HOUSE KEEPER. The fíeruld of Wednesday last contains an epistolatory advertisement, from an in- dividual of the above telegraphic cognomen, addressed to the Editor of/this Journal ; and although the production is itvitself a vapid piece of vulgarity, undeserving "either' the perusal or the refutation of a gentleman, wc can hardly al'ow.the scatbless escape of so purea pup, who after à residence bf 26" years is in vindication of his character ! ! degradingly comnellfd to solicit the siiin manuel of such " superior" men as Edw. Flood, Esq. J.P. John Ryan Br enan,Esq. ex-J. P. and George Hill, Esquire, another J. P. in attestation of his high moral en- dowments, with the collateral intention*of (as he has undisguisedly admitted) '.' rer commending me to the mercy of the chair- man ofjQuarter Sessions before whom I had to appear." . <-. ; A. The most sincere admirer of frankness caniiot surely wish for more openness of expression.' '' There are'res...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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GORMANDIZING EXTRAORDINARY. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 17 October 1846

GORMANDIZING EXTRAORDINARY. '.'.'J I TUB feed given by the Corporation to Hfs^ : Excellency the Governor on Monday even'-' " ing last, was in every respect a festival rich and rare.' Sir Charles arrived about half-past seven, and walked from his carriage into the Hall, where the Civic body had been drawn up ? " rank and file" to receive him. Besides the goodly group of Solons who watch over ? tho interests of the city, we observed seve ; ral of the local -ocracy clothed à la Coun . eillot Hyndes, in " purple and fine linen," . with a profusion of PASTE and MOS.UAC. I The Speaker of the Legislative Council, : with his tights and buckies, was amongst ? the mob, and seemingly forgetful bf his ( present status, when Sir Charles entered . the presence, he began fumbling for his : mortar. To what use the honorable tnem ' ber meant to apply it we could not leam i certain it is he looked, in a state of high : excitement and alarm. So also did the I members of the municipal corps-some ; play...

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