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

Varieties« HUMAN BROTHERHOOD.-The race of mankind would perish did they cease to aid each other. From the time that thc mother binds the child's head, till the moment that some kiud assistant wipes tho death-dump from the brow of tho dying, we cannot exist without mutual help. All, there- fore, that need aid, have a right to ask it from their fellow-mortals ; no one who holds the power of granting can refuse it without guilt, RHEUMATISM AVAUNT !-A Yaukee Professor has patented a scientific reroedy-for rheumatism. He places on a patient's head a hat linet] with cop- per, and on his legs a pair of boots lined with zinc. The boots are filled with diluted stilphurio acid, aud connected with the hat by a metallic wire, running along the seam in tho inexpressibles. Off hounds the rbeumatio sufferer at a hand gallop, aud rushes across the country like Mazeppa on his charger, or Von Clam with his cork leg! When the foYce of the acid is expended, ho " briugs up' either in the Oregon country,...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SPORTING REVIEWER. Races to Come. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 14 November 1846

SPORTING REVIEWER. Races to Como. Droper' Club Hares.lat January, 1817 Petersham Saces ... ...... Otb, 7tb, & 8th Jan. Homebush Races'.'....'. ....

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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NORFOLK ISLAND. More comfort for the advocates for the revival of transportation. AWFUL SACRIFICE OF HUMAN LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 14 November 1846

NORFOLK ISLAND. . More comfort for the advocates for.the revival of transportation. AWFUL SACBIFICE OF HUMAN LIFE. The Lady Franklin arrived yesterday morning, bringing intelligence of consider- able interest. She had. as. passengers, the folio wing officers, who have been suspended by Mr. Price, the Civil Commandant : Mr. Gilbert Robinson, Superintendent of the Agricultural Department ; Mr. Fraser, one of the Assistant Superintendents ; and Overseers Kelly, Lawson, and Smithers. We have not learnt the several causes of suspension. The criminal sessions had not closed when the Franklin sailed. The general rumour, we need hardly say, ts in correct, of the officers of the Court having i returned. As principals in the riots, and 'the'murders of Smith, Morris, and others, fourteen prisoners were tried. Of. these : twelve were found guilty and two acquitted. .Of the twelve found guilty, and sentenced TtaTüHej 'WBre -William Westwood (the. well .'known bushranger in New South Wales, and i...

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 — 14 November 1846

WANTED, in n flourishing Newspaper Estab- lishment, a partner who can command £600. . Opportunities will be afforded of his either talcing the management of the pecuniary transactions of' t tho establishment, or of remaining inactive. . The fullest and most satisfactory, information can .be ob i fained on application to" ' ". ' I "'. MB. JAMES IRONSIDE,' '251 . 03, King-street FIFTY- NINTH A N N I F E II S A li Y REGATTA. TUESDAY, 26IW JANUARY, 1827, Patron-His EXCELLENCY THE GOVERNOR. President-ROBERT OWES, Esq. Vice President-G EOnoE COOPER TORXER, Esq. Umpire-MERION- MORIARTY, Esq, B.N.' Trensurcr-It. Af. COLE, Esq. It.N. Secretary-WILLIAM TODD, Esq. COMMITTEE. George Fitz Boy. Esq. A. M'Gaa, Esq. Captain Pratt, OOtU Hegi- LientonnutCooper, 58th ment. Regiment H. H. Browne, Esq. J. C. Tliorupson, Ésq. Thomas Jeffrey. Esq. J. Bramwell, Esq. Alexander Kellie, Esq. M. W. Lewis, Esq. J. de C. Bremer, Esq. W. Gibbes, Esq. llos9 Donnelly, Esq. J. C. Raymond, Esq. J. Curwin Boyd, Esq. J...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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THE SNOBS OF ENGLAND. BY ONE OF THEMSELVES. ON UNIVERSITY SNOBS. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 14 November 1846

THE SNOBS OF ENGLAND. BY OSÉ Oí THEMSELVES. ON UNIVERSITY SNODS. 1 should like lo fill scvoral volâmes willi accounts I of various Universities Snobs ; so fond are my re miniscenscs of them, and so numerous aro they. I should like lo speak, above all, of tho wives and .laughters of some of the Professor Snobs ; their amusements, habits, jealousies ; their innocent artifices to entrnp young men ; their pic-nics, con- torts, and ' vening parties. Î wonder what hos be come of Emily Blades, daughter of Blades the Pro-' fesaor of thc Mandingo language ? I remember her shoulders to this day, as she sate in the midst of a crowd of about seventy yonng gentlemen, from Corpus and Catherine Hall, entertaining them with ogles and French songs on the guitar. Are you married, fair Emily of thc shoulders ? What beau tifal ringlets those were tlint used ta dribble over them!-what a waist i-what a killing sea green ; shot-silk gown ! -what a 'cameo, thc size of a ; ninfUn ! There wera thirty-six you...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Varieties. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 14 November 1846

Varieties. ROBERT HAIL'S WIT.-We find striking speci- mens of Robert Hali's wit in thc conversational fragments which have bceu preserved, and also in Ilia political writings and reviews. It is as spark ling ami pointed as Johnson's, and far more broad and daring. (Ie carried it with him to thc mad house. It is told, that when visited in his confine- ment by some person he did not like, and who asked him in a whining tone of affected condolence, '* What brought yoi! here, Mr. Hull ?" Touching his brow, Mull replied, " What'll never bring you, Sir, too much brain." Sometimes his love of point hurried him to the brink of the profane. Talking of Dr. Ryland, he said once, *. Why, Sir, Dr. Ry land's all piety; all piety together, Sir If there were not room hi heaven. God would turn out nn archangel for him." No one save Hall could or would have said this j " Is' it true, Mr. Hall, that yon arc to morry Miss So-and-so ?" " I marry Miss So-and-so ! I would as soon marry Belzo bub's eldest ...

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 — 14 November 1846

ENGLISH NEWS. By (he arrival of the .draiand Renown Port Phillip, intelligence has beenreceiv from England to the 6th July : the follow ing appears to be the most importa items : Lord John Russell' had succeeded forming his ministry, notwithstanding t scruples of Eail Grey, as to acting wi Lord Palmerston. The following is ti new ministry : -President of the Council, Marquis of Lansdown Privy Seal, Earl Minto ; Home Sccretury, Sir Groy; Foreign Secretary, Viscount Pulmcrstoi Colonial Secretary, Earl Grey; First Lord of t Treasury, Lord John Russel ; Chancellor of t Exchequer, Mr. C. Wood ; Duchy of Laucasti Lord Campbell; Paymaster General, Mr. MacauU Woods and Forests, Visoount Morpeth; Postmast General, Marquis of Clanricnrdc ; President of tl Board of Trade, Earl Clarendon; Board of Contri Sir J. C. Hobhouso ; Secretary for Ireland, M Labouchere ; First Lord of the Admiralty, Earl Auckland ; Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, Earl Be borough; Commander-in-Chief,. Duke :of Weiiin ton ; M...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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PAUL PRY Taking a Synopsis of the Sporting World. [CONTINUED.] [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 14 November 1846

I PAUL PRY fl Taking o Synopsis of Oie Sporting World. |ij [COKTINOED.] ,!í What a beautiful race ! A handkercl ¡ j might cover the whole of them. H ¡'j charming Fanny moves her legs! \V j speed I She's a pictuie oí a horse ! Thc; .' nothing like her on the course for blt and bone. The mare wins the cup iOOO gs.! "Done! once more, if 3 I! like 1" «'Done!" " I'll do it again, Si jj " You do to the en3 of the chapter ! S ti is not the favorite, and that's quite enou ¡j for me to lay upon lier. Bar Long L :j and the Duke, and I'll take the fielt jj ' My eye did you ever see such whippi j . and slashing 1 There's jockeyship ! N< i and neck! What prime ones! It m ti be a dead heat !" "No, no!" " Huza Fanny's got the lead-she keeps it ! WI Jj a plunge ! Go along, my dear Fanny 4 she pastes the winning post ! She's w ;| the cup! That's the time of day .-Huz: , ¡j Huzza !" I wish I may die, if this sort ¡ i! «porting lingo is not very moving : it kee (j all our senses upon the al...

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 — 14 November 1846

IN THE PRESS, AND SHORTLY WILL BE PUBLISHED, A SMALL VOLUME comprising ilie most t\ válüuUe speeches delivered in Austrnlin during the Inst year. This work is intended to become n guide to the Members of the City Coun- cil, and others desirous of oratorical fame. It will be dedicated to Mr. Thomas Hyndes, willi a fron- tispiece of that gentleman in his Naval Uniform by one of our best artists, and amongst other spe- cimens of oratory,, wilt contain Jenkins on the Education Question : NEALE ON THE SALARY VOTE ; HILL OX ARTFUL Dobarxo ; LYONS ON AUDITION ; MARTIN-ox IIIMSELP. FITZ ROY REQISTRY OFFICE. THE undersigned hos been induced, at the solicitation of several influential indivi- duáis in Sydney aud its vioiuity, to open a REGISTRY OFFICE FOR SERVANTS, J. A. T.'s knowledge of the . City and the inter- course he has had in it, he trusts will be some recommendation in his favour. J. A. T. will espe- cially take care that the masters, as well as the servants' interest shall be panic...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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Country News. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.] PENRITH. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 14 November 1846

country trews* . [rnoM oun qwt» COBBEBPOKDEMTB.] ? . PENRITH. We find that's revival of transportation to this Colony lias already occupied a con- siderable portion of the colonial f ress : some writers'advocating the measure, others qualifying their concession upon certain sti- j pulaled and adduced plans; while many set their face against the introduction of the system altogether. Among the latter we class ourselves ; and we here denounce the contemplated alteration in our present plans and system of government (for such it manifestly must be) as one pregnant with most serious evils lo all society, in the vitiation of tlie morals of the families of the more humble rural orders-in tho introduc- tion of hordes of robbers throughout the country ; besides being a system wherein other innumerable vices would be propa- gated, and which I may hereafter particu- larize and descant upon. Vices which we know from experience did former fy origi- nate from the system, and consequences which w...

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

( IBRAHAM PACHA. Ibraham Facha is the second son, and now heir apparent of Mehemet Ali, the illustrious Paella of Egypt. Ibraham was born in 1797. He first distinguished him- self by the war in the Hejaz with the Wahabhes, The command against them was originally consigned to another son ol the Pacha, Toussoum, who died of the plague at thc camp of Damanhour in 1816, when scarcely twenty years of age, Ibra- ham Pacha, HI succeeding to the command, defeated the. Wallabites.in several encoun- ter, wrested Mecca and Medina out ol their hands ; and re-established the regular course of the caravans. On the death ol his elder brother, Yussuf Pacha, in 18Í9. Ihraham was universally recognised as Muhemet Ali's prospective successor in the government of Egypt. When, in 1821, the duty of suppressing the Greek insut rcct'ion was assigned to the Egyptian Pacha by the Sultan, shortly after the death of his eldest son Yussuf,* Ibrahim was selected by him for the office ; and, in the capacity of a ...

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 — 14 November 1846

Police Report». MONDAY.-Nineteen bacchanals attended tl levee of tue Commissioner of Police this morniui eight of whom were treated with lenieucy, it beiu their first appearance, and discharged. Thc ri mialling eleven hud the usual favurs showered o thain, in the shape of lines, and in default, th Usual alternative, BATUEB DOUBTFUL.-. Anu Hennessy, wit hailed from tbe COLD coast, as giving birth to long lice of ebony colored ancestry, of which sb felt proud, was placed in the dock, charged wit stealing three sovereign's, a bonnet, gown an shawl, from a Mrs. Ann Jones, ou the night of Se tuxday. According to thc complainants evidenct she, accompanied by her dark friend, took a trip t Liverpool, for the purpose of having & bit of spree, and that thov put tip at the house of a Mi "Fitzpatrick, where they kept np a bu of a free-and easy, til) bcd time, wbeu she went to bed with th black! In the course of the night she heard he dark neighbour ungeriug her yellow boys, ten c which...

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 — 14 November 1846

Xocal XnteUtffonco. A TEETOTAL BENEFIT.-Wc widerstand that there's an old fellow, a bricklayer, in the St. Patrick's Total Abstinence Benefit Society, who has received upwards of fifty pounds in the shape of benefits consecu- tively, and never subscribed four ! . Yet, while he was subscribing, no member was more litigious in opposing the just claims j of others, qr gave .the society so much I trouble. It is men of this stamp who are invariably an annoyance and drawback on benefit societies. of'_any. description what- soever. . ' .. \ THE FOUCE.-It Would seem that ] Commissioner Miles is fond of treating force to a little sweating exercise this weather. Every Fri lay they are obli to toil, through sun. and dust; and rain, the purpose cf mustering on parade at L" linghurst Gaol, to go through the ir matter of form of looking over the prisor they might have been the means of apj bending-, with the view of seeing that t are all " safe and xotinil," just as if I do not enjoy that enviabl...

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A NUT FOR THE CHIEF COMMISSIONER TO CRACK. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 14 November 1846

A NUT FOR THE CHIEF COMMIS- SIONER TO CRACK. WE liad occasion lately tb direct tire at- tention of the public to what we considered to he very great abuses connected with the management of the Sydney Police Esta- blishment. In doing so, wewere particular in not diverging in the least from facts - That those abuses do exist thete cannot be the most remote doubt : but the very fact of their existence proves that there must be something wrong on the side of the head of the Police Establishment-that there must he some indifference on his pin to the becoming and upright discharge of his [ duties. ....... Not very long since three-pence a day was slopped out of each policemans wages for two months for what was called clothing money. Now, this sum in the aggregate, deducted from each man (and many of the force could badly d fib rd to lose even thc three-pence) amounted to about fifteen shillings. Allowing the force to be one hundred strong, the entire sum deducted from them, and of course ...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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WINDSOR. THE REGATTA. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 14 November 1846

WINDSOR. ?' -- - * THE REGATTA. - On the evening of Tuesday last, an ad- journed meeting of the Hawkesbury Re gatta Committee was held in Coffey's long room, Mr. Charles Marsden in the chair, when some important arrangements were made for bringing oft' the ensuing Regatta, on the 26th proximo. The business was . commenced by the Secretary (W.Bell.Esq.) .. reading a letter addressed to him by G. A. Panton^ Esq. tendering his resignation as > Treasurer, in consequence of the ' multipli city of his business;' and slated that he , would be happy to pay over to any one .authoriseMij^a^^ T dit of the Committee itt his hands, together with his subscription of one guinea. It was then unanimously agreed that Mr. Charles Marsden be" Treasurer in the room of Mr. ' Panton. The Secretary proceeded lo read the fol- lowing report of the sub-commillee, which was received : BEPOBT. . - Windsor, November lOtb, 1840. ' The sub-Committee of the Hawkesbury Regatta Club for 1840, appointed at tho Meet...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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MR. JEAMES AGAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 14 November 1846

. MR. JEAMES AGAIN. "Às newmarus inquiries have been maid both at   my privit residdence, The Wheel of Fortune Otel, and at your Hoffis, regarding the fate of that dear babby, James Hangelo, whose primmature   dissappearats caused such bagnies to his distracted parents, I must begg, dear Sir, the permission to   ockupy a part of your valuable collams once more,     and hease the public mind about my blessid boy.   "Wictims of that nashnall cuss, the Broken Gage, me and Mrs. Plush was left in the train to Cheltenham, soughring from that most disagreeble of complaints, a halmost broken Aart, The skreems of Airs. Jeames might be said almost to oui-Y the sejueel of the dying, as wc raslit into tlint fnshnnble. Spaw, and roy poro Mary Hann found i t "-vas not < Baby, bat Bundles I bad in my lap. "When the old Dówidger, lady Bareacres, who was waiting heagerly at the train, that owing lo that abawmlna...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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A NEW WAY TO PAY OLD DEBTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 28 November 1846

A NEW WAY TO PAY OLD DEBTS. " K.K."* seven pounds has kindly paid To ease'his conscience, and to aid - The public credit ; which must thrive, And through all time, of course, survive. It is an honest way, and rational, . To wipe away thc debt called national ! . Although, perhaps, to some't will seem Not quite sufficient to redeem Thc country from the weight that lies Upon her. gasping agonies ! I wish " K.K." (it may bo nonsense) Had something more upon his conscience, And,-casting off his incubus. Shook but the superflux to us !

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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Settiers Price Current. CATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 28 November 1846

-«. --HCttlers' ynce Carrönt. ' '"" -o- : .? ' Campbell-lOf), OfiOlbs., 4s. ; Cleeve, purchaser Crawford-UK), OOO lbs., £2 ; Hill and Argent do. West- 00, (löllbs., £-2 ; Tlios ? Snlfivan do. Campbell-100, OoOlbs., £i 5s. ; do. do. SHEEP. .Biehnrds-350, QOIbs., Cs Od ; Chapman, purchaser Hny-17 loads, from Os. to ös. Od., per owt. ; avor uge, 5s. 3d. Greeu. fodder-15 ditto, from frd. to 7d, per dozen' bnndles > ' Green bedding-3 ditto, from 3s. Od. to 4s. per load Wheat-5 ditto, from 3s. Od. to 4s. per bushel i average, 3s. Od. . Cows-as usual Calves-ditto.

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 — 28 November 1846

Original Correspondence. The Editor docs not identify liimeelf witbuiiy opinions expressed by bis Correspondents, bu I merely gives iuscrlion to such Communications us seem entitled to public consideration. -

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MAITLAND. MAGISTERIAL APPOINTMENTS. To the Editor of Bell's Life in Sydney [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 28 November 1846

MAITLAND. MAGISTERIAL APPOINTMENTS. To the Editor of Bell's Life in Sydney SIR,-In a Colony like New South Wales, there_always will be difficulties for the Governor to contend with, and a variety of evils to which the Colonists must, ano naturally do, make up their minds to sub- mit. It is true also, that it is an utter impos- sibility for the Governor to act, and make appointments, without the assistance of those who have been for some time resident in the Colony, and who are acquainted with tlie character and general demeanour of most of the influential geutleman resi- dent thêrein. In the appointment of officers, whose duty it is to do certain acts by certain rules, and where no discretionary power is left for them to exercise, no very great precaution and enquiry is requisite to be i made as to the character of the person so to be appointed, but chiefly as to the abi- lity of such person to perform the duties I pertaining to the office-such as Clerks to Benches-Registrars of Cou...

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