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

. Police* Report». v ? . - . . MosDAV.- The bacchanals brought np leeway this niorniug, if strength of muster would be their apology for their derileclion in their application to the " native" the week previous. No fewer than twenty-three of the species were favoured willi an introduction to the gallant Captain, on each of whom his worship showered favors profusely, pre- facing them with some amusing anecdote of their biography since he had the - of their ac- quaintance ; neither pf which, we must .say, ap- peared to be appreciated, from the " dogged" maimer of the parties as they retired from TUE preseuoe. Among the number presented we couuted no fewer than thirteen females. THE SKIPPEB. ASHORE.-Daring the coarse of our attendance at the Police Office, " in our voca- tion," as Falstaff has it, we never witnessed a ' tidier' bit of fan than took place before Mr. Windeyer this forenoon, wherein the captain of the Java, a leviathan of 1,100 tons-himself a leviathan appeared to prefer ...

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 — 31 October 1846

Xiocal Intelligence. THE POLICE.- The only way to crush abuses is to expose them. It is criminal to wink at them, particularly where the communjty are in any way concerned. Under this conviction was it that in our two last publications we deemed it our duty to advert to what we considered very serious abuses connected with the Sydney Police Establishment. Il is, of course, desirable that the members comprising such a body as the police should be as free as possible from every degree of moral taint. Men should not knowingly be admitted to join the force upon whose character there ex- isted any such stain. No honest man, the agent of another party, would select a num- ber of rogues and vagabonds to conduct the business of his employer. He would endeavour to obtain persons of integrity and general respectability of character. That such a principle does not apply to the head of the Police Force of Sydney {will be clear from the following facts. A short time since, Mr. William Augustus M...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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FIGHT BETWEEN PAT NORRIS AND SAM. ARNOLD, alias EVANS, FOR TEN POUNDS ASIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 31 October 1846

FIGHT BETWEEN PAT NORRIS AND SAM. ARNOLD, alias EVANS, FOR TEN POUNDS ASIDE. ON Saturday morning last, the milling cove and rowelites in thc neighbourhood of Wil- berforce, were all on the qui vive, and at an early hour the Windsor punt was busily employed in ferrying over the water every distinguished member of the fancy from the towns of Windsor and Richmond, to witness the long talked of mill between young Pat Norris, (own brother to Frank, who now enjoys the honour of being the champion of these districts)" and Sam. Ar- nold, alias Evans, a young corn-stalk from the neighbourhood of Colo, on the river Hawkesbury. The various straggling and heterogenous groups assembled into due focus at the sporting lush crib of Johnny Ridge, where, after refreshing themselves with a choice drop of Hassall's unadulterated cogniac, or a drench of Cadell's heavy, they repaired to the convincing ground. A 24-feet roped ring was pitched in a paddock of Cobcroft's, on the banks of the Hawkesbury, and...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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Morpeth Regatta. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 31 October 1846

- / .? . Morpeth Regatta« TnE first day. of the meeting was'usberéd tn by.a cloudless sky, and a slight breeze from the west. We snw hundreds of happy faces, and everyone seemed bent on making his neighbour feel that the SGtli of October was one of the jubilee days in their lives. The. first race was for the Hunter River Purse as advertised last week, which, wc- regret to say, was (using equestrian sport language) walked over; distance, about nine miles ; won by Mr. Brazill's Spitfire. The 2nd Prize was the Hinton Purse of £0. with £2 for the second boat; for jolly-boats, pulling four oars. Fonr boals were entered for this race, and after a well-contested struggle between the two first boals, tho prize was carried off by Mr. R. Canviu's Klsphet, and Mr. Malcolm Turner's Bláck.Bess second ; distance, about 0 miles. The 3rd Prize was the Ladies' Purse of £0 103., and £3 for tho second boat ; for skiffs, pulling two oars. This was about ns well contested a race as we have had tho pleas...

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 — 7 November 1846

/ - Agents for tills Journal. MR. THOMAS DOWSE ?GEORGS TOLLY-' " ' CHARLES MUNN " P GOULDINO " M. ARMSTRONQ " THOMAS WALBU " . M'ALISTER -' - " B. WARD - - - " MICHAEL DOYLE ., IlEKRrPlEnCK " W. PRESCOTT " EDWARD. MYEBS ,, IIBNRY ALDEESOX '" , J. M. TOWNSEND - Brisbane Town - Newcastle - Peuritb. - Braidwood ' - . Bathurst .- Yass Broulee - Muswellbrook ? - . Berrima . , Scone, ._ . : - - Goulburn - Port Macquarie » Clarence Birer - Wollombi. Príted'aud published by THOMAS RBVBL JOUNSOX ', of llridge-str«t, nt the Printing Office, 17, Colon-; , node, Bridge street, * : " . ' ,: J " " ' - " .' : "" - . ? J '. .' .?'

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 — 7 November 1846

CH30NTCX.E H-XVWSF.&9&&. vjTHE office of til is journal is removed " from this date .to No. 133, King street East, next door to Mr. Brown's Grocer. Sydney, October 3rd, 1S46. WANTED, JU n flourishing Newspaper Estai» lishmcnt, a partner who can cotmuaud X.IOO. Opportunities will bo afforded of lils either taking the management of the pecuniar}- transactions of thc establishment, or of remaining inactive. The fullest aud most satisfactory information can be ob lained on application to Mn. JAMES IRONSIDE, 201 * 03, King-street] DRAPERS' CLUB RACES, "FRIDAY, Ist TA77UAS7, 1327. FIRST RACE. m HR DRAPERS' PURSE of- Sovereigns, X for nil horses bonn lido the property of Al em- bers of the Committee ; heats-once round, ami a distance ; i years old and under, IO st. 7 lbs. ;' I S years old and upwards, ll st. 7 lbs. ; maidens : allowed fl lbs ; entrance. Three Sovereigns ; 1 ride» lo be approved of by tile Commutée. SECOND RACE. The UNION' Pl/USK of One Hundred Sover...

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 — 7 November 1846

M NOTICE, ; WR. R. N. SIMPSON, Post : ^ ' master, Mudgee, has been f ] appointed Agent for tl.is Joumal jj ij in tlxe above District. , NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. Àîi communications to the Office of Bell's Life wust lie prepaid, or they will nat lie rece.i 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 — 7 November 1846

¡ I To Correspondents. ¿- p. T,-We ure unable to say wliat induced Sheriff fe Young to visit the City Council yesterday, l'cr JE" Imps, the occasion being a great one, s great W man might not have considered it beneath his 'dignity to honor thc place with his presence, a Vox. - Tim Callaghan, the Counsellor - not f; Tim Callaghan, the Constable-did come it !' rather flash on Monday at the Court of Requests, iv Thc officiai whom he insulted by asking him to |i' hold his horse while his Counsellorsliip went iii f. to vote, seemed not inclined to do so at first, till '' Tim whispered a few words iuto his ear, which j': had thc desired effect. Tim, however, should Irecollée: that it is NOT the duty of a constable ; ' to hold even a Counsellor's horse ¡¿and that he li' would bc jtiïtifit-d io refusing to do so. The NAMOI, or /Teil Uiver, rises in Liverpool l'laiii», in latitude Í10 longitude J50; and is Í about 40 miles north of the boundary of location L of the C ouuty of Brisbane. It i...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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SPEAK GENTLY. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 7 November 1846

SI'EAK GKNTLY, Speak gently!-U la better far To rule by love, tlian fear Speak gently-let not barsb words mar Tbe good we might do tere ! Speak gently!-Love doth whisper low Thc vows that true^hearts bind'; And gently friendship's accents flow; Affection's voice is kind. Speak (.'ditly to the little child ! It's love be sure to gain ; Teach it in fvceuw soft ond mild : It may not long remain. Speak gently to the young, for they Will have enough ti bear "Pass through this life ns best iheymny, 'T is full of anxious care ! Speak gently to the aged pno, Grieve not the careworn heart, Thc sands of life aro nearly run, Let such in peace depart! Speak gently, kindly to the poor; Let no harsh tone be hoard ; They have enough they must emlure, Without an unkind word ! Speak gently to the erring-know, They must have toiled in vain ; ? Perchance unkindness Made them so ; Oh, win them back again." Speak gently !-He who gave his lifo To bend man's stubborn will, When clements were lu fierce str...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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BELL'S LIFE IN SYDNEY. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1810. THE MAYORALTY. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 7 November 1846

I . BELL'S LIFE IN SYDNEY. SATURDAY, NOVJiMUKU 7, 1810. THE MAYORALTY. THE scene enacted at the City Council yesterday was but little calculated to raise that body in public estimation. A more 'miserable and ridiculous piece of plotting and counter-plotting we never witnessed. Passing from the abortive and beggarly at- tempt made this year by no leis intelligent a personage titan Mr. Councillor Neale ! ! to deprive all future Mayors cf a salary, let us turn to Alderman Wilshire's motion respecting the Mayoralty. What was the object of the motion? We are sure every observing and reflecting mind will agree with us, when we pronounce it (o be nothing short of a scheme to, entrap the Council into' an expression of opinion favorable lo a particular candidate, to the prejudice of three other candidates. Waa. this honor- able? Was it that fair dealinsr which should exist among public men? Wc think not ; and we shall be niuch mistaken if the public do not coincide with us, The opi- nion to ...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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MEDICAL. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 7 November 1846

; ' JVIEDICAL; THE fourth number of the Australian Me- dica] Journal made its appearance on Mon- day lost, and contains more interesting original matter than heretofore. Mr. Bell, of Windsor, ray ther voluminously appears in the tteble garb of Poet, Historian, and Pathologist ;-. in the latter caj acity be quaintly enough subscribes to the pew Wing principle. The writer says, " I must confess I even laughed ut the idea of pencilling joints and other surfaces with it, where effusion was found to exist : but I am happy to be able to express my conviction, that I now think it one ol our most useful and active agents in removing either effusions of blood, se- rum, or even pus," Why Mr. Hell should have been caused to laugh at the idea of pencilling joints with the tinrture of io JincoJure we have failed to discover, more especially as the' remedy is and long has been advocated in the medical schools of Great Britain, as a powerful stimulant to the absorbents wherever the removal of morb...

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 — 7 November 1846

.. Settlers' Price Carrent; . Hadley, 02, eöOIbB., <£3 2s., Stansfield, purchaser Bouse. 230, 77ülbs., £3, Oakes and Hamilton ditto Cartwright, 133, öOOlbs., £Z Od., ditto >Utto Oampbell, 112, OöOlbB., £ü os., Hill arid Argent ditto, i , . Hay-6 toady, from Ca. Od. to 3s. Od. per cwt. ; . average, ös. - : Straw-"4 ditto, from-ls. to Os. Od. ditto"; average, - »s'.'Od. - Wlrênt-8 ditto, from 5B. Od. to Os. per bushel ; average, Os. ¡Oreéu fodder-77 ditto, Od. to 4d: per doz. .Greeu. bedding-14 ditto, from' 3s. Od, tn 4s'. per . load. . . Cows-18, from 00s. to 85s. ; average, 70s. Calves-8, from lös. to 18s. ; average, 1ÜB. ?Horses-S4< from JElO to ¿3 16»v| average, £6. * ? -

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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ODDS AND ENDS. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 7 November 1846

ODDS AND ENDS. Four tilings ore grievously empty-à head with- out brains ; a wit without judgment ; a heart with- out honesty j and n purse without money; Have the courage to place a poor" man at your table ni though a "rich" one be presentí aud to show equal courtesy to both ; and dany your house to those Whose qualities you condemn, whatever may- be their churacter and station. Have the courage to avoid accommodation bills, however badly you want money ; and to decline' pecuniary assistance front youl- deurest friend.' " Let me see you dare td do it," as tb« woman said to her husband when bc said he was going to throw himself imo the river. TUB IMMENSITY OF THE UNIVERSE. - The space in which the systems composing the Universe move is illimitable. Were we to assign tts limits, what could wo imagine to bo bcjoucl? The number of worlds is infinitely great ; it is inexpressible, in- deed,'by numbers. A ray of light traverses 180,000 miles in a secoud of lime. A year comprises a millio...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 7 November 1846

THE TABLES TORSED.-Al 7 o'clock tlíediunér' iras served, sud 4', inure excellent one never was given in Ciilcuita"T*o(»t, ns everythÍa¿WHK.cowoTó"~ an end, so this excellent dinner at lust was finished, ' the desserfserved up, ulld. llie-huokulis bj-jjaujo emit their guttural notes. Many were the subjects broached, and got rid of; many the toasts which enlivened this fashionable feast. At length, by the most skilful manoo"tivring, and with infinite tact, " Macauley brought the beauty of the new tubles oii the tapis. Every one admired them, and felt grate fnl to them for having so lutely supported the rich dinner of their host. "They are the Uucst ma. hogouy 1 ever saw," said Briscoe. " They are perfect. I never saw uuy so well proportioned in liiy life. I must have mime like them," said a I dinner-giving old civilian with half a'liver. " i'hey i are too high," chimed in Charles Macauley, willi I affected intlitrerence : "just a leetle too high. Don't you think so, Gordon ?" " On the...

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COURT OF QUARTER SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 7 November 1846

COURT "OF QUARTER SESSIONS. These Sessions commenced on Tuesday -Inst, the 3rd instant, at the New Court House, Darlinghurst.The following was the business done7:-.' .. ; ' ' Charlotte Frenob, free.by servitude, for stealing a cock turkey, was sentenced 4 months labour in the factory. She bad before been 'convicted, ia 3837, of stealing in a dwelling and transported toMoreton Bay for O years. . . .;. Eliza Jl'Colliforn, free by servitude, for stealing a pair of shoes, «vus sent lo rusticate iu the factory, for 3 calendar toomba. Letitia Dogherty, au emigrant, ono of the Bed Rover's,' was coavioted of stealing in a dwelling, and ordered to make herself useful for 0 months in Sydney gaol. Richard'Bowden, a young sailor, was charged with Bleating a pair .pf shoes, pf which be was eon. victed, and Mr.'Keck knowing rather too much of him, he was' ordered: to. be kept to hard labor in Sydney gaol for G months, tile last 14 days to be in solitary confinement.. Henry Murdock, free by servit...

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 — 7 November 1846

To the Editor of Bell's Life in Sydney i The subjoined elegant exh--was picked np on the grass plat, adjoining the Audit Office. ; \^ - - Sydney, 24th Sep.;1846. My dearest'H. ... .'Thus again will i write to you, and thus "cali you; for tn truth you are dearer to me than ought'else, and evè'r will remain sq. The question may arise- "Why does he write so oiten ; of what use is'it, when he puts not his .name to these effusions 7 This is the why and wherefore,. u that you may know that there is at least one being on earth who thinks and cares solely for you." Why I should thus feel and care I know not ., I have but seen you, but the feeling is implanted, and will remain with me -I 'cannot sb tike off the memory of yourself; in each scene, your image presents-itself : it is I am .aware unmanly thuV to write ! bur you know the writer, and it is to. that one a solace and comfort to tell you how devotedly he loves'you. Would that,I could shake'off the dream ! for where will it end-.with m...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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Original Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 7 November 1846

Original Correspondence; [§*"§?" The Editor does not identify himself with" any opinions expressed by his Correspondents, but merely gives insertion to such Communications ns seem entitled to public considération.

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 — 7 November 1846

j SPORTING REVIEWER. Races to Come. Draper' Club Knees.1st Jauuary, 1847

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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GOVERNMENT CHANGES. [RUMOURS BY PRIVATE LETTER.] [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 7 November 1846

! GOVERNMENT CHANGES. J_ [RUMOURS BY PRIVATE LETTUn.] WE liave been given lo understand that a [»¡vate letter bas been received in Sydney from England, windi states, (whether as facts or mere rùmouri,-we know ;not,) that , the'-Port Phillip, or '£§outhen£P¡iitr¡ct':¡s.' ; very shortly to pe separated from the Syd- ney, cr Middle District, and that the present Acting Governor of Van Diemen's Land, Mr. La Trobe, is to be the Lieut. Governor thereof ; that jhe Hon. the Colonial Secre- tary, Mr. E. Deas Thomson, is to bc ap- pointed Lieut. Governor of the Sydney or Middle District; and that our present Governor, Sir Charles A. Fitzroy, is to be created Governor General of all the Aus traiian Colonies. -Australian, Nov. 4.

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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THE REGATTA. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 7 November 1846

THE REGATTA. la another column will be found the ad- vertised hst of prizes for the ensuing An- nual Aquatic Sports. The large amount of the prize lor first-class sailing boats com- pared with thc trifling sums given to pulling boats, and even to the second and third class yachts, has caused some dissatisfac- tion, and might, perchance, be amended Uy the Committee. To augur unfavorably of the ensuing Anniversary Day's sport upon the water would, be absurd, as the specially influen- tial list of Patrons, Presidents, and Vice Presidents, &c. &c, give the promoters of this nautical pastime reason to anticipate the most sanguine success ; and we trust the public will heartily respond to the endeavours of these gentlemen. PIGEON MATCH. - The match which cariFeofF lasr3aturday¿-at the.rear of.the Victoria Barracks, between' " the young un' and Mr. S. of Paddington, being a tie, will be shot again this day, on the same ground, at three o'clock. Stakes have in many instances...

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