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PAUL PRY Taking a Synopsis of the Sporting World. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 7 November 1846

PAUL PRY Taking a Synopsis of the Spotting World. ' i Weil, 1 hope I don't intrude, but I wisl I may die if ever I-saw so lively a sight 'tis beautiful! Ali bustle-all gloriou conlusion ; but, nevertheless, all happiness I am sorry my Paulina is not here, she is so very loud of a bil of sport-my RH would enjoy it so much. 1 ically don't wish to intrude; but one cannot intrude here. I should think they are such a'set of jolly dogs, all {hail fellow well met. Sporting of all sports-pick and choose, as my fruit-woman says, where you like best, according to your fancy. Here's horse racing, hunting, milling, cricket, sailing, boxing, angling, shooting, &c. Every body is on the qui vive-some to look after the blunt-others to ' drop it,' as the sporting folks say. What funny fellows they are ! Lots of sharps to be met with", and plenty oïfluls to be'picked up ! But it is all right '".-what precious dull . Old Fogeys' we should soon be, if we had not something now and then to divert...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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APPALLING ACCIDENT. (From Blackwood's Magazine.) [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 7 November 1846

APPALLING ACCIDENT. (From UluckwöoiVfl Mngif/iiio.) Frank Trevelyan and his friend Mr. Ver- non Wycherley, fellow-students ut Oxford, anti thc latter somewhat of a poet, are walking- together through a strange part of Cornwall, where thc ground, unknown to them, is thickly pierced with the deep shafts of mines. Frank intetrupts him a» fol- lows : j " Hut what extraordinary light is that?" he exclaimed,on perceiving a narrowslream of fire, apparently at no great distance, shoot up above the brow of a hill just be- fore them. " I singular kind of a meteor, cer- tainly,'' rejoined the poet. I never saw one like it before." " Very like a sky-rocket, wnsn'f it ?" observed Frank, " atid a sky-rocket I've no doubt it was ; and, as this happens to be the night of the 5th November, I dare say it proceeds from the very village to Hvhich we are bound ; an important place, too, it should seem, from sporting sky- rockets. Ah 1 there goes another. Huzza ! we shall soon be amongst them. Oh, mercif...

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

GOULBURN HOTEL. NATHAN MANDELSOX, in reluming thanks to Iiis friends ami the public generally for the kimi support lie has hitherto received at their hnuds, begs" to inform them that, having completed his new house, which he purposes opening on the 28lh instant, he hopes to receive a continuance of that patronage which has hitherto been so liberally extended to him. No expense Iras been spared iii rendering the .accommodations of lins establishment equal-tu those of ¿ny in the colony; nnd the same attention hitherto paid to the domestic and other comfoi ts will be scrupulously observed. ^¿Tójf(jnjiliea.,trayelling'in the..interior this hotel affords'er^y'convenience,'Both frouî its extent and internal, arrangements, .the, sleeping and sitting minns being so arranged as to alford tho utmost fa-' cility forfaiiuty communications.--'- . Notwithstanding the extent of the hotel, the prices will remain unaltered ; and N. M. wishes to impress ou the minds bf his friends that his charges ar...

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 — 7 November 1846

SfeippiAs xatelMcence. I ' - AKUIVALS, OCT. 31,-PrcMeia, Spanish butane, SOO tons, Erpejo, master, from Port Phillip, viiiih ult. SI.-Christina, brig, 100 tons, Saunders, master, from Port Phillip 38th ult. 31.-t-Pétrel, schooner, 63 tods, Loutit, master, from Port Phillip 21st utt. 31.-Catherine, schooner, 1Ç4 tons, Dryden, master, from Launceston SOtlt ult. Nov. 1..-Aun Bates, barque,377 tons, Slaughter, .master, from Loudon 17th June. DEPARTURES. Ocr. 27.-Jane, barque, 221 tons. Fowler, mas- ter, for South Sea Fishery. Nov. Í.-Elizabeth, barque, 175 tons, Pearce, roaster, for South Sea Islands. 1.- laities and Amelia, cutter, Meggett, master, for Twofold Hay. 2 -Shamrock, steamer, 200 tous, Gilmore, nias ter, fdr Twofold Bay, Port Phillip, auil Launceston, 3.-Lightning, -brig, 182 tons, Mellish, master, for Launceston. . 3.-Ucean, American ship, ä5Ö tons, Almy, mas ter,, for South Sea Fishery. 3.-Cheviot, barque, 238 tons, Meusfleld, master; for South Sea Fishery.

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

CITY COUNCIL. TUB entertainment piovuled tor yesterday at the York-street Chamber of Deputies was of a nature to engross attention, and consequently the muster of-both thc mem- bers and their admirers was stronger timi) usual. Mr. Thomas Hyndes (and ¡l's a convenient quantity of hinds he's got), dressed, or rather decorated, with a pro- fusion of velvet and lace, and wearing the massive gould chain to which is suspended the seal of the Sussex-street Coal .Wharf, made his entry at an eatly hour, and tonk his seat amidst the most profound silence. The Mayor was already seated, and to him Alderman Thurlow passed a wink in ill ac- cordance with the while kerchief which sur- rounded his squeeze, giving an expression of quasi sanctity to his honest legal visage. "Then caine the Iredale ironmonger, with his everlasting expression of nothingness, and his snowy vest, followed by various mem- bers, " big with the fate of empires." Towards half-past 12 the house was tolerably full, und some of...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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Country News. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.] PORT MACQUARIE. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 7 November 1846

Country Wows. -o [FnOM OUR OWN COBllE3PO\DESTS.] PORT MACQUARIE. Imagining tliat every one, moro espc cially those who. reside in..Sydney, ai always desirous of learning the state of til Bush, or of any peculiar traits any partici part may possess, I trust you will- affbr publicity to the following biief (but neces sarily incoherent) description of the Bus to the westward of, the town, it being bu very little known even by many of the visil ors to Port Macquarie. As before frequently mentioned, there i no town in any one district of New Soul Wales, that can vie with Port Macquari either in its general appearance of cleanli ness, &c, or for salubrity of climate: an most certainly not a road in the Colon presents such a cheerful aspect as that see from the town to 30 miles westward ly. From here to Blackman's Point, a dis lance of 5 miles, is a beautiful and rbmanti ride or drive; lined on each side by tree in full foliage--(a perfect avenue). Th road skirts the river, separat...

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

: Rnglísb News. . The London Times of 1st July contai tfie following announcement from tlie 0/ dal Gazette of the 27th June:-" H Majesty has been pleased to appoint W Ihm .Thomas- Denison, Esq., Captain the corps of Royal Engineers,,to be Lie tenant-Governor of Van Diemen's Land The Corn Bill, without gointr io n di' sion, passed the Lords on the 25ih Jun to take effect in 1849. The Irish Coercion Bill lias been throv out by a majority of 73 votes, and has li: the effect of terminal inc for a time ti Ministerial career of Sir Robert Peel. This norconfidence vote has been ti natural death of the Ministry, who tender their resignations. The Premier resig " not because he has been out-voti upon any particular question," but becau lie has not the general confidence of P,a Jiamenl ; there'are not . 340 men in tl House who will go along with Sir Lobe Peel, and take him for their guido. As I explains himself, "It is not for the pub] interest that a Government should rema in power unable to...

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Varieties. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 7 November 1846

Varieties. WATEIUNO-PLACE FASHIONS.-A correspondent of tho New York Commercial Advertiser, writing from Newport says:-"At ten o'clock .1 set out with a crowd of both ladies and gentlemen, and indeed of children too, for the beuch, to bathe iu the singe. It is said that thore.is no phice foY bathing equal to this in this country. 1 concur in this. It was the most amusing scene that occurred during the day. From fifiy to a hun Ired bathed at ono time. A line of cars, each constituting a bathing-house with two doors, is placed on the beach between the carriage-way and the water's edge, as near to each other as they can stand. On arriving,* each person enters otie of these cars to pitt on a bathing dress, then sullies forth on the water side, mid plunges into thc surges. A gentleman and lady go out baud in hand, and sometimes one gentleman with live or six ladies. Then eanie llie fun. Above the' roars of the surge,the wildest ami môstexliilëratiiig laugh was heard, while all sorts of fu...

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MUNICIPAL PROCEEDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 7 November 1846

MUNICIPAL PROCEEDINGS. Ko doubt the proceedings of Monday last, as even- tuating in Ute elcctiou of some six or seven gentle- men to a sent in the City Council, willbe eonshHred a great diiy for Sydney. .The historian will record it as a fact, that the City, on that day, was nearly " frightened from its propriety" for the sole purpose of effecting tho return of those men. And, iudeed, the commotion that prevailed-the excitement per- ceptible to the most indifferent observer-the driving to and fro of cubs and carriages decorated with party-coloured placards, calliug on the Citi- zens to vote for such a person, or cautioning them against voting for such an '* Old Woman," meaning of course one of the candidates.all indicated that the public mind wns alive to something of moe than usual interest and importance. A little en- quiry, however, would serve to satisfy all parties curious as to the menning of this bustle and'ex cttenient, that it consisted merely in the election of a few civic...

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Police Reports. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 7 November 1846

i Police Soporta. . DOMESTIC BRAWLS.-Conjugal affection is daily -getting below par, if we take as a specimen the number of unruly husbands who are daily, sum,', moued to the Police Office to "auswar the charge preferred against them by their better half, for ad- ministering a little wholesome'chastisement, but which threat is in many, instances compromised, ? while the complaining party is left minus 4s, Od., the price of the summons. On this morning, we ! had three CUSPS of family feuds before the'court« in two of which, Monaghan v. Monaghan, and Middleton r. Middleton,- <rere dismissed, no par- ties. The next case called on was Catherine Barry against Janies Barry, htr husband ; this good mott was not so-iortuaate^being'boundAover to keep the peace, lo detray,liie costs of/which, ho doubt, they, will dob their means. : This,iire: consider. ( not very eoöBistent with frugality,' àaÂbâ'eyjitiir..;..i '. away in this manner after umking the'ezp^sD. io «..". extreme of ins...

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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 7 November 1846

Xiocoi intelligence. ROYAL ENG IN EEiis.-^What lucky fel- lows the officers belonging lo [this corps are, and what honors have been showered on them in the shape pf governorships to the Australian Colonies these last few years! We first had Captain Gip^s. ödvernpr of New South Wales, who retir.e.d "a'Lieut, Colonel; next Capt. Barney,. Commanding Royal Engineers, who also retired Lieut* Colonel, and has returned for the pnrpose of being a kind of Governor in North Aus- tralia, whereby he may still feather his nest; and now we have Captain Dennison," Royal Engineers, Lieutenant Governor for Van Diemen's Land. ' Verily they are lucky fell.ws" By the bye, we heard pf a Lieutenant of Engineers who was appointed to a Governorship about .three years back, and which appointment created a consi perablc stir in the House of Commons. What capacity these-men have for-being Governors, more than others, Í6 past our comprehension; but favoritism is every thing. , ; ALDEKMAÏÎ ALLEM,-This wonhy ge ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 14 November 1846

TO OUR TOWN SUBSCRIBERS. O' WING , to the ^pleasantness caused by 'the neglect pf run?, ners iri not delivering! thc Paper,, and the-difficulty experienced in collecting the monies due to this Office, tho: Proprietor of " Bell's Life in Sydney," begs to inform his Town Subscribers, that after the expiration of the present year, par- ties wishing to have the Paper, must purchase it from Agents several of whom will be authorised in Sydney so to dispose of it. NOTICE, 1|j"R. R. N.. SIMPSON, Post master, Mudgee, has been appointed Agent for this Journal j in the above District. NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. Ali communications to the Office of Bell's Life must be prepaid, or they will not be received.

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To Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 14 November 1846

MU io correspondents. | fi i "WOLLOMBI.-Too touch bn the old subject. ]?? M.A.. Bathurst, lias beon attended lo. We shall 'ff. be glad to get a remittance.- Nearly time after a Ijf , í lapse of 18 mouths. How dues it happen we 3. .' have had no tidings as Io the coming ltuces f ' QUOITS.-The touch beats the ring. I XKHO.-In a raffle if one ot the throwers throws ! out of his turn and throws the highest number ; j the ochers ohject to the throw. Is he entitled to I tho'thlow? Yes. i COOK'S 1'IVF.B,-Articles of a foot-race do not !j stand good in point , or law under uny circum- stances. A slukeholder is liable Tor money given ; up after notice not to give it up to either parly has been served on him. i ? TiprsiiAitr_Sir Hubert Peel was prepared to fight ? but Dan declined. I Menions.-The gay compounder of pills will np j pear in u différent capacity bhorlly. He persists in his innocence, bul the butcher says he saw j tile joint in her hand. WHAT'S O'CI.OCK ?-The jockey jeweller gave ...

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BELL'S LIFE IN SYDNEY. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1846. THE MAYORALTY. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 14 November 1846

p l BELL'S LIFE IN SYDNEY. ![ ' I SATURDAY, NOVEMBER Ui 18«. if I « -:-:-' ' " . " :--, ' ; THE MAYORALTY. m :. --- ; yf -As we anticipated in our last, the election j Pli for the Mayoralty, on Monday; terminated i f in the return of Mr. Broughton, that ! ti gentleman having been elected by a ma ! jority of nine, sixteen having voted for, and li:' seven against him.' But two candidates ' offered themselves for the office, namely, ', . the successful one (Mr. Broughton), and i', the unsuccessful one, Mr. Fisher, Mr. : Josephson having retired from the contest, I no doubt satisfied with kthe small chance (, ±> lie had of being returned, and Mr. Owen, Hi-if. ' perhaps convinced that he might as wei expect to be made Giand Plenipotentiary to the Court .of.Ibrahim Pacha. . Though we felt confident of Mr. Brough- ton's return, we did not think it at all .pro- bable that he would have commanded sc large a majority! - Nor do we think now he would have done so, had several oi those gentle...

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THE BACHELOR'S FAREWELL TO HIS SNUFF-BOX, ON THE EVE OF HIS MARRIAGE [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 14 November 1846

» . . ' '-^ THE BACHELORS FAREWELL TO HIS SNUFF-BOX, j OX THE EVE OP BIS MABBIAOE I Ere yet hath sounrleil Celibacy's knell, Ere yet the marriage peal hath rung for mc, Long-cherish'd object, loved, alas [ too well ; ^ My Snuff-Box, let me sigh farewell le thee ! ! Sigh tin I gay? perhaps it would bc sneeze ; Bat Time, that dries the fountain of our tears, Blunts too our nasal sensibilities: Ah ! I have not sneez'd now these many years. 'Tis hard from old companions bm to part, Whot must it be to cut them, then, for aj"er As I mtiBt thee, thou Snuft-Box of my heart, Because to-morrow ia my wedding-day, 1'se vow'd no more to ure thee. Ask not why : I'm told I must not do so ; that's enough ; For Mary Anne tleclores that she sholl die, ! If e'er «he sees mc take a pinch of snuff. Then gi), my box ; but, first, my thanks accept For many a notion-now and then, a hit Which in this noddle would perchance have Blept, Hadst thou not put me up to snuff a bit. " ' And oh ¡ yet more for many a...

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ELECTIONEERING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 14 November 1846

I ELECTIONEERING 1NTELLI ! ' . GENCE. JT was reported tlirough the city yesterday that' Mr. Lowe, the member for St. Vin- cent, sustained a severe nervous shock", oc- casioned by a paragraph which appeared in Thursday's Australian, containing the startling intelligence that Mr.- Alderman Macdermott-intends offering himself as a candidate for that county, ot the ensuing election. Though. Mr. Macdermott said some short time back, that he had attained the height of his ambition in being elected Mayor, it would now appear that Jie is bitten by the.desire of a seat in the Legis- lative Assembly. Rumour has it, that it was his intention to have stood lor Sydney, in' opposition to Mr, Wentworth ; but hearing that Mister Samivell Lyons, Esq. " his valued friend," had a notion of com- ing forward, he gave way to that very res- pectable gentleman. What SamivellV chances are we know not ; but we think if he intends starting for any place, he ought to start for North Australia, the climate of w...

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THE PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 14 November 1846

THÉ PRESS. - i To speak at this "time o' day!' of weight and importance of the. Pul Pres» ?- óf tlie influence if exercis Whether for good or evil; upon socie ifould be to indulge in a piece of abs :i»nd unnecessary supererogation. We all accustomed to regard the ' fourth esti (as the Press is styled) as a mirror in wit the opinions, sentiments, and prejudice: the public are faithfully reflected. - ft ci not then be a matter of small moment t -the parties having the 'management s . ' control-of such a powerful drgair-sho at least be persons possessed of some p tensions to the character bf the scholar a the gentleman, and should be free from Î decided moral stain or stigma upon their putation. Weareledtothisexpressionofc opinion froma circumstance thatoccurred a -late entertainment. On that occasi one of the toasts of the evening was, .a matter of course, " The Press," to whl an individual who has had the good fi tune to obtain some locus slancli in socie from having passed six or se...

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 14 November 1846

<Tr" ' DEPART ÜHBS. Nov/ö.-Java, ship, 1173 tons, Captain Parker H.N,, for Auckland and Russell. 0,-Urgent, ship, ¿08 tons, Pucker, for Tort Nicholson. ' " ' 7. -City of Sydney, brig, ISO tous, Grant, fdr Lauuccsloii. i . 8. -Berkshire, barque, 633 tous, Whyte, for London, via Brest. 10.-Bombay, ship, Moore, for Melbourne. 10 -Tamar, steamer, Allen, for Moreton Bay. 10.-Juno, barque, Hayes, for the Whale Fishery. 13.-Juhu Pirie, 'schooner, Irving, for Port Phillip. 12.-Boe, brig, Adams, (or Port Nicholson

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 14 November 1846

Sljippiní^xntollleeaocs. ? I ARRIVALS. j Nor. 0.-Terror, srlioonor, 25 tons, DanninT, , from Ancklnrid the 22 id, «nd Bu; of Islands the ; 24th ultimo, j Ô.-Manche, French.ehïp 300 tons. Gilles, from ! the Whaling Grounds \t left Havre iii» Grace .May, 1844, and Sydney the 24th December, 1345. \ 6. -Tamar, steamer, 130 tons, Allen, from Moro- . lou Bay the 4th instant. .J 7. -WillUm the Fourth, steamer, 53 tons, Wise- ! man, from the Clarence Biver. ' ' * j. , 8.-Georgi, barque, 414 mn«, M'Yirar, from ' London,1 having left thr Downs the 24th June. j 0.-Peri, brig, 140 tons, G walkin, from Lauuces- ¡ ton the 31st ultimo. j , 12.-Statesman, barque, 350 tons.Bowitt, from j Liverpool the lftth june. j 12.-Majestic, American ship, rif New Bedford, 297 tons, Smith, from the Whaling Grounds. . 12.-William, schooner, 02 tous, Freeman; from Moreton Bay the 7th instaut. 12.-Rebecca; schooner, 75 tons, M'Veigh, from Hobart Town tho 31st ultimo. 12. -Rookery, barque, 312 tous, Greig, from Laun...

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Settler's Price Current. CATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 14 November 1846

Settler«' Price Current. . Dight, of Richmond, DO; Ofowt., £2 12s. Od., Hill aud Argent, purchasers. John Hamilton, 30, 7 owl., JES-Raper and Merritt ditto Mr. Redfern .and Bed Jo, of tile Big River, 120, . 7 cwt., Jf"3-dflto ditto.. % . J. Hamilton, 41, 0§ cwt.-Neale'ditto. SBBKP. Bolton, COO. Os. Od.-David Hill, purchaser. Sheep on the decline j carcass, 0 farthings to 0 halfpence. Carcass beef, good, ld. Hoy-40 loads, from 4s. Od. to Os. Od. per cwt. ; ? average, ös. Straw-2 loads, from 3s. Od. to is. per cwt. ; I average, 3s. Od. . ,. Wheat-18 loads, from 4s. to OS; per bushel ; average, .4». Od. Green fodder-00 loads, from Od. to Odi per dozen. Bedding-10 loads, from 3s. Od. to 4s. per load. Cows-4, from 40s. to 80s. ; average, 00s. Calves-3, from Via, to 18s. > average, 10si

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