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CITY COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 24 October 1846

CITY COUNCIL. We are surr tl)o consideróte portion of the public will be of opinion that Alderman Allen is entitled lo the thanks of the City Council, of which he is so brilliant and. distinguished a member, for his gal. laut and chivalrous attempt at the meeting of thc Legislative Assembly on Wednesday last, when the Party Processions' Bill was under discussion, to obtain for the Civio body the privilege of having processions at the Elections of the Council. Mr. Lowe. spoke of tho harmlessness of an old hat stuck on, thc top of a pole ; not that he intended it should form tho sole distinguishing badge of Cirio processions. We ar« certain the honorable member meant no such thing : all he wished to convey was, (we aro anxious to place the matter in as clear a light as possible, in order that no mis. take may exist on tue mind of Mr. Allen, or any other member), that an »ld hat would not be alto- gether au inappropo badge for the City Council to adopt. But he did not wish to oonflue t...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Agents for this Journal. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 24 October 1846

.agents for thia Tournai. Mn. THOMAS DOWSB - " GEOBOE TOLLY - - " CilABLES MÜKK * " P GOULDINO - " M. AnMsmoNo * - " THOMAB WALSH " M'ALTBTBR - - ' - " II. WABD - - - - " MICHAEL DOYLE - " HSNnv PiEncB r " W. PBESCOTT - -V " BDWABD MVBBS -; ,, llENnv ALDKBSON " J. M. Tovrif SEK» - : Brisbane Town Newcastle Penrith Braidwood B^b^t* Muswellbrook Berrima Scon o Goulburn ? Port Macquarie Clarence River Wollombi. Pr! ted and published by THOMAS BEVEL JOHNSON * of Bridge-street, at the Printing Office, 17,- Colon- nade, Bridge-street}

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 — 24 October 1846

TO MR. DANIEL EGAN, &c SIB,-Wo, tho undersigned Citizens of Gipps Ward, request that yon will put yourself in nomination, os a Candidate for the representation of this Ward, in thc City Council, and pledge our- selves to use our best exertions to secure your re- turn. Thomas Byan Edward Bulger William Brasnell Frederick M'Kcllar Abraham Levey Isaac Moore John Downes Thomas Agars, CC. F.dward Brody Johu Ward lames Kelly Thomas Carew John Leery Thomas Farrell James Fcnnimore Patrick Farrelly George Watson ¿olin Crowe Matthew Daley George Marlow James Johnson John Gollogher William Gollogher James Boyle William Foster James Brennan William Wells William Cole John Lett Nicholas Bray Michael King William Flavin Timothy Shaughnessy Charles Dunn Jeremiah Hussey Laurcu.ee Daley Edward Parsonage George Marsden Robert Milne Michael M'Cardell Michael Hussey Patrick Vaughan Thomas Galbraith John Galbraith John Goulding John Davis John Hodson Thomas Stevens Andrew Coss James Byan Peter B...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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MONEY. 1. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 24 October 1846

MONET. Of all thc (.Ilium that tortore hapless man Those which relate to money are the worst, And over since the coining first began, Of mortal evils it has stood the first ; So hard to get-to keep-so hard to plan The very metal seems to be accnrs'd, That even those who have the most but find . Jt leaves a lasting fever on the mind. TI. Else why should thonsonds Fnnandor jt BO fast ? Drink-pamhle-try ahundred ways to spend it? If'twere good they'd strive to make it last Not mar their health, toil day and night to end it; Some risk it wholesale on a desperate cast Take shores in theatres, build bridges, lend it; Others, as if they could not beor the Bight on't, Bary lt where thc sun can shed no light on't. nr. 'Some, when they've got it, don't know what to do, To keep it from the prying eyes of men Try every art to shut it out from view, Yet seem to wish to find it safe again- , Hide it in garrets, walls, and cellars, too, . Like some black proof of crime.frora mortal ken, 'Which pro...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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EXTRACTS. THE SPRING MEETINGS OF THE SAINTS AND HYPOCRITES. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 24 October 1846

EXTRACTS. THE SPRING MEETINGS OF THE SAINTS AND HYPOCRITES. Tlie anuual farce-or rather series o farces-has commenced at Exetpr Hall. We allude to the meetings of the various societies and associations whose principal business is to interfere with matters in ho wise concerning them. The idea ol amassing large sums of money for the pur- pose of converting heathens, with whom our sympathies are naturally small, while lhere are so many of our fellow-countrymen in a state of want, and with whom our sympathies are necessarily great, is mon- strous in the extreme. According to the various official reports upon thc condition of the people, especially in the mining dis- tricts, there is much need of religiou* edu- cation at home, if euch education bo really necessary ; and yet we find the sums far more important in amount that are sub- scribed for the Propagation of the Gospel in foreign Parts, than those given for Home Missionary purposes. What vile hypocrisy is at the bottom of all this !...

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 — 24 October 1846

FRA DIAVOLO. IN coiisRqncouce of so many blood horses travel- ling this season in the district of illawarra, Fra Diavolo has been withdrawn, and will stand tit the resideuco of the proprietor, MjTrioo.vo, where good secure paddocks, with plculy of feed and water, will bu fouud gratis, bat no responsibility incurred. XSBMS I £ s. d. A single Mare. 2 0 0 Two or more Mares, the property of one person, each........ ¡..... 1 ld 0 Groomage. 0 2 G All payments to be mada by tho 1st of January, 18-17. 240 G. T. HOWE. ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY THOU- SAND CIGARS. ON SALE BY THE UNDERSIGNED One hundred and fifty thousand No, 3 and 4 ,i Mauiia Cigars, of the finest quality. ALSO, ((10) Sixty kegs of that justly celebrated American negrohead Tobacco, Edmund's brand; this brand is admitted tu be the Quest ever imported here, being equal, aud in many instances, superior tu ' thc finest Barrett's Twist. A largo stock'of second quality always on hand JOSEPH SCOTT, 253 383, Geoige-street. MARTIN GILL RES...

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 — 24 October 1846

Varieties. Eloquence ïs necessary to those who request, not to those who command. The Spartans; a bold and firm people, were decisive in their resolutions, and of few words ; whence the laconic Style. Take for instance, in 1487, causes of discontflut arising be- tween O'Neil and Tyrconnel, two Trish chieftains. The former wrote to the lattor, " Send mo tribute, or else--" Tile reply waa, " I owe you none, and if-?-." Au Extract from Sterne's Koran :-Positiveness is a mast absurd foible. If in tho right, it lessens your triumph ; if in tho wrong, it adds shame to your defeat. ABATES.-It is tho custom of French actors to purchase their own tlleatri«al habiliments, which thc following anecdote will show, and was carried by some ta the highest pitch of economy. In the Théâtre Francois, thc play of M ithridates wus being performed, in which a favorite actor made his first appearance (after two years' absence), in the cha- racter of Abates. Upon his entrance on thc stage, he is greeted by...

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 — 24 October 1846

to Correspondents. TALLY-HO.-Newmarket ¡a first toss, as we liavi more than once already explained. rortT MACQUARIE.-The paper to Messrs. C has been sent regularly 6lnce ordered. Knqnir« at the local post oflilce ; the irregularity will pro ' bably bo fonnd to exist there. CATtlUDALE.-Tho gardener's confession, wilie! Was a sort or dying salvator, will appear in an early number of this journal, under the head ol " The Eccentricities of the llura! Population ol ' New Holland." " Thc child is mine ; now, mj good man, take care of it," wore his last words. THE KED HOVER.-Our raulberry nosed friend ccttainly did give a hall and supper a few even- ings ago, but we cannot gather any particulars ol Ole female fight alluded to by our querist. There is such a discaso as grocer's itch, under tba slinging sensations of which thc fair one pro- bably labored. Certain it is, however, that " Scotch fiddling" was tho order of the night. TUE FANCY DALL-CEOBOIE found tho ticket secreted under n so-ca...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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BELL'S LIFE IN SYDNEY. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1846. POLICE FINES. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 24 October 1846

j BELL'S LIFE IN SYDNEY. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1840. POLICE FINES. IT became our duty, in our issue of Satur day last, to draw the attention of the pub licto thc great injustice done to the Polic ruio.; ur Cy.inny. by not affording ther liberal remuneration for tile service» tl«: confer upon the community. Anothe subject by no means of secondary impor tance, in connexion with that force, daim our notice this week : and as it is one in j volving what we consider to be very sei iou j abuses on the part of those having the ma [. nagembnt, and responsible for the efficiency f of the Police, we beg particularly to direc j the attention of the Colonial Secretary ti j thc matter, and also that of the Chie I Commissioner, as he may, perhaps, have i in his power to afford some lnformatioi ! respecting it. . Tho public are of course aware, thu there is, and his been for years past, a vas i amount of money paid into the police office in the shape of fines and penalties fo breaches of the polic...

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THE APPROACHING MUNICIPAL ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 24 October 1846

THÉ APPROACHING MUNICIPAL j .ELECTION. I« _ i_._">u.. THERE appears to oe an evmeni apam; amongst the greater number of our fellow citizens, as to the result of the forth-com ing election, to that which was experiencec four years back, when our good men uni true I?) stood forward for the purpose o obtaining the suffrages of their constituents But things are greatly altered since tba period-people begin to see the ruse prac tised on them each successive year. The} see that their interests are wiis-representec by a set of addle-pates, who spend theil time in Council (save the mark) in idli y tvopouring.and .persogaUolainour. No mat ter what subject is petit ioned on, "or win the individuals concerned therein, or ye' its importance, months are suffered tc ?'?> . elapse before any definitive answer is re .turned thereto. Among other instances o this studied neglect, we may notice the in différence''displayed towards the subject o v.-a petition presented about two months ago, ..-in...

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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 24 October 1846

Koeal Intelligence. EXECUTION OF MARTIN LUTHER !--By tile New Zealand Spectator of 16th ult., we are put in possession of the fact that the nbovenained individual,, alias Wu reaitu, a native, was tried by a Military Court Martial a few days previously tc the sailing of the Bee, and sentenced to be t hanged, which sentence was carried, into execution some snort time previous, ut revolting circumstances, tue unfortui aboriginal not having a cap r laced over countenance ! But we believe that in memorable year 98, when martial law the panacea for the miseries of Ireh and her unfortunate sons were found da ling at lamp-posts, the luxury of a cap not considered necessary. Seriously spf ing, this affair of Marlin's, together v several others of his misguided coun men, require some notice at our hai Whatever errors they have been led have had their origin in designing me 'such as trading missionaries who, under mask of religion-, fattened both themse and families with the produce of the ¡ s...

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PENRITH RACES. THIRD DAY.—(FRIDAY.) [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 24 October 1846

PENRITH RACES. THIRD DAY.-(FRIDAY.) THE viands furnished by the worthy host of the Rose Inn, on .Thursday . evening;, under the weight of which thc mahogany groaned, was of a description so truly de- licious, and the wines and other lush of .so superior a flavor and quality, that con- noisseurs and epicures must have been alike induced to enjoy a feed extraordinary. About thirty choice spirits sat down to dinner; and lite evening, cn the whole, was spent in such jollification, that, despite the eariy rising of sportsmen generally, the sun had risen to a moderate ah itiide before the drowsy »od Morpheus had parted com- pany with many of* our co; aimers in the gastronomie/ère of the over night. Sun- dry vocifeious calls upoii the old waiter ] from our neighbour in the adjoing bukns, solicititig a cup of coffee, or some other beverage, to cool the coppers that had been overheated the previous day by copious libations of Jack Pei ry's brown sherry. Aroused from our lethargy, we were soo...

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Country News. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.] WOLLOMBI. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 24 October 1846

I Country News. j [FROM OCH or» ClinHESPOXDEXTS.] . WOLLOMBI.. POLICE OFFICE.-The spiders which had long and utimolesteuly pursued their weuvy occupation within the walls of the above department, had their solitude in vailed yesterday by the scream of the office hin- ges, which time and disease had oxidized into a state of vocalism, i.e., ironically speaking, for in goad truth it was the only court-day for several weeks, or, as our Irish friends compute time, by a coincidence of events, or from the epoch of some coeval occurrence - since David Dunlop, Esq., Justice of the Peace, " Chief Magistrate," from Coleraine, &c, &c, &c, &c, sen- tenced a well-conducted ticket-of-Ieave holder to 14 days imprisonment in a cell, on bread and water, for having dared to shoot a carrion crow upon his own premises, while his (the aforesaid David Dunlop's) friend and libel-witness. David Davis, better known as Davy the Welchman, was travel- ling the high road with a bo...

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To the Editor of Bell's Life in Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 24 October 1846

To the Editor of Bell's Life in Sydney. SIR,-Feeling assured of your readiness to do justice where justice is due, I offer no apology for saying that the article headed " Military Robbers," which appeared in your publication of the 19th ult., tends tc cast a more general slur upon the 99th Regiment, than the men, as a body, de- serve. By animadverting upon the Regiment because military robbers have been detected in Sydney and Parramatta-you include those soldiers attached to the different out- posts, and they form a considetable num- ber. Whatever may be the public opinion and feeling against the 99th Regiment, I am sure it will be heard with a degree of plea- sure, that the detachment stationed here is composed of men whose conduct is all that can be desired. A more orderly set of soldiers there cannot be- robbery is un- heard of among them- they are esteemed by every Port Macquarian for their general kindness, and their civilities have generated good wishes, which will follow them...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 31 October 1846

PRESIDENT. THIS thorough-bred Horse will stand ibis sea- son, nt Mount Coughlin, the Slntion'of Mr. John Hurley, beyond Yass. President is half brother to Greenmantle, who lins distinguished herself, on the turf, by beating some of the most celebruted horses of tho day; he is n dark brown colour, black poiut3, stands fifteen 'hands three inches high, possessing beauty nnd symmetry, vigour nnd constitntion ; lins not been surpassed by any imported horse in the Colony. dam by old Emigrant; grand dam by Cainerton ; grent grand dam, a puro Hector. Sire, Chimbornzw, imported by A. Way, Esq.; /Ihimbornza by young Camel, out of La Fille, Mal Gardée, (Into Hope) by Lottery; her dam Morgiana by Milly, ont of Miss Stephenson, by Scud or Sorcerer, sister to Petworth by Precipitate. Extensive and well watered Paddocks are provided, every caro will be taken of Mares seuf, but Ihe pro- prietor will not bo responsible. ? TEHMS:- . ? ', One Marc.£3 5) " ! , , Twoormore Marcs... .3 oj Gr°°n>&...

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APPREHENSION IN LIVERPOOL OF THE CELEBRATED HENRY NORMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 31 October 1846

APPREHENSION IN LIVERPOOL OF THE CELEBRATED HENRY NORMAN. Last week, considerable curiosity w evinced by the crowds who assembled the Police-court, to catch a glimpse of prisoner, who gave his name George Blai but whose real name, it was alleged, w Henry Norman, and the identical Hen Norman from whom a letter tonis late er ployer, William H .j of, Esq., of Madele house, Kensington, recently appeared our own and a number of other journal Norman, it will be recollected, wa de in the service of Mr. Hoof, the builder ai extensive railway contractor, and he a sconded, stealing and taking away with hi the sum nf £57, the property of that ge tleman. In the letter referred to, the writ stated that h*e had been concerned in 1,S( distinct robberies and five_ murders. Tl letter bore the post-mark of' Juild-strec New-road." Similar letters were also se to Dr. Palin, at whose school, at Bartie Surrey, the delinquent was educated, at to a gentle : an to whom he was know It was subsequently ascert...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 31 October 1846

IMPORTANT TO BUTCHERS. TO LET; THAT well-known old established Butcher's Shop, and Premises udjoiuing, now in full aud first-rate trade-late Charles Smith's Esq.-; comer of Market and George-streets. For particulars apply on the premises, any morn- ing from 8 to ll o'clock. £200 will be required for loase, good-will, fixtures, &c., &c. ; immediate possession will be giren-tho present proprietor being' about to settle iu thc interior. 205 UNDER THE DISTINGUISHED PATRONAGE OK THE SQUATTERS AND THE PUBLIC IN" GENERAL; THE ADELPHI HOTEL, YORK STREET, SYDNEY. " COMFORT, ECONOMY, AND HOSPITALITY.' npiiOMÂS MURPHY begs most respectfully to M. tender his grateful acknowledgments to hi3 patroné und the public generally, for the very liberal support ho has received since he opened the above establishment, and hopes by renewed exertion for tho comfort of his guests, and by charges the most moderate in Sydney, will ensure for him a . return tu tho ensuing wool season of tho supp...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 31 October 1846

f NOTICE, I ! HfR. R. N. SIMPSON, Post- al : lfi master, Mudgee, Las been jj.; appointed Agent for tl.is Journal fi in the above District. ci _ NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS Ali communications to thc Office of Bell's Life must bc prepaid, or they will not bc received.

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 — 31 October 1846

I f To Correspondents. fe'. - fag OLD CHAP, Windsor, will see that his views hava been partially adopted. AVATEUS, Morpeth,-The drunken sagacity dis- played by his falling down near the post, where he had previously secreted n, watch and other Bf Taluables, may be recorded as an everlasting P . joke against him, hut is not of sufficient public || interest to claim our space. If: VHOSIX.-The paper has been forwarded to your if: friend. [4 Tor BOFE.-jorrocks was foaled in 1833 ; got by H Whisker out of Matilda ; bred by Mr Bailly, of ¡fe Bailly Park. His full performances will appear, together with a cut of the old horse, in our a next issue. Í ii OLD HAT 0» 'TUE C. C, will find the matter, al ^ luded te elsewhere by "our own Beportcr." J A Oui FOLK'S BUOY had better "address his query .| to the Head Kater of the " Sentinel." BATUUHBT.-It is a mistake to suppose that wo are inattentive, to our correspondents. - We are ever ready to answer questions put, and no trouble or even expense ...

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 — 31 October 1846

Shipping: Intelligence. ARRIVALS. - . ; OCT. 25.-Tamur, «teamer, 130 tons, Allen, master, from Moreton Bay 22»d inst. 25.-Cheviot, barque, 288 ton sj Mansfield, mas- ter, from the Whaling Grounds. . 25.-Eliza Ann, American barque, 370 tons, Chover, master, from Hobart Town 17th inst. 20.-Louisa, brig, 182 tons, Million, master, from Hobart Town 13th'inst. 25.-Shamrock, steamer, 200 'lons, Gilmore, master, from Launceston 15th inst. ' 25.-Coll Castle, schooner, 21 tons, M'Lenn, master, from Twofold Bay 18th inst. 20.r^Clty of Sydney, brig, 103 tons, Grniit/mas tery from Launceston 18th inst. - . j '47.-Star of China, schooner, 100 tons, Wood*, master, from Port Nicholson 3rd inst. 27. -Rambler, schooner, 35 tons, .M'Cook, nias, ter, from Tahiti lOih ult. 28. -Sir John Byng, brig, ICS tons, Forbes, mas- ter, from Hongkong 2lst June; 29. -Emma, brig, 121 tons. Fox, master, from Adelaide the 10th of October,' and Kangaroo Island the 10th of October. 30. -Shamrock, schooner, Tulloch, mas...

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