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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 12 December 1846
Ix THE SUPREME CUCR-T or) v. ,,&lt;,-, NEW SOUTH WAI.ES, J >0, UA Dalley and ether llxecuton against Parsonage, ~¥~\EFENDANTS COSTS, *J £ s. ,1. Instructions and warrant to defend 9 2 Search for precipo arid paid .. ^ l-l Appearance and paid .. .. '12 1 Notice Copy and service .. 4 1 Attending-ni search for declaration.. 4 and paid .... .. Instructions for pleas .. .. C 8 Drawing particulars of Case and fair Copy for Counsel to draw pleas 10 fl Instructions to retain Mr. Fisher ... G 6 Drawing Retainer Rmi Copy .. 3 fl Attending him therewith .. .. ti 6 Paid him .. .. .. I 3 C Drawing pleas and Copy. .. Iii ( Attending Mr, Fisher to peruse and Settle .. .. 6 S Paid his fee and Clerk .. .. 2 16 Mr. Fisher having requested to seo a Copy of the depositions of Michael Gannon respecting th«! note attending at Insolvent Court bespeaking Copy drposi.ions relating to the note .. 'G i Paid for search .. .. I . Attending for Copy depositions . - 6 . S Paid for same .. .. 8 ' C Atte...
NORTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 12 December 1846
NORTH AUSTRALIA. OUR readers are no doubt acquainted with the fact, that the Cornubia steamer, which conveyed Colonel Barney and suite to Port Curtis, in quest of a site whereon to establish the new Convict Colony, has returned to Sydney, without accom- plishing the object intended, farther than ascertaining that Port, Curtis is ad- mirably adapted for the purpose, from the superiority of the harbour, which is said to resemble Port Jackson in many particulars. Port Curtis is situated about three hun j dred miles to the north of Moreton Bay, t and is in latitude 33° 51' south, and lon j gitude 151° 30' east ; its position, there- fore, does not sufficiently approach the ¡ tropics to affect the constitutions of Euro- peans, and this circumstance would render its locality unexceptionable, were there an abundance of water to be obtained ; but owing to the want of energy, or the incapacity of the parties entrusted with the expedition, no water was found, and strong doubts existas to ther...
WEEKLY SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 12 December 1846
WJE"D3ÍS.IiY SCMfflABT. Tur. IVlite hayo boan buoily employei collecting the names of persons qualifiée to act as Jurors for the ensuing year. Bell's L.ifs in London, of July l»th contains a full report of the Fight for thc Championship of New South Wales, be- tween Huff and Chalker.-Mousieui Gautrot, whose misfortunes are well known to the public, takes a benefit at the City Theatre, on the 21st instant, when we hope to see a crowded house.-The case ol' the child Sparkes, against the cab driver Charles Hughes, for running over him, has been postponed by consent for a week, to give the defendant an opportunity of arranging with the' prosecutor's parents. -Humours are rife that the Committee of Management for the Anniversary Re- gatta, are not acting like the "real Cheshire" in distributing the Prizes to be contested for. We shall make the neces- sary enquiries and. report progress in our next.-Messrs. Wallace and Ellard's Concert went oft" with great eclat on Wednesday evening. Mrs....
SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 12 December 1846
ARRIVALS. Dec S -Tire brig Dornt from Adelaide. Dec. 5.-The bri? Linkt*!»?, from launceston. Dec. 5.-The brig Chriitina. from Port PiiilliP iJec 5.-Tbs barque V ivientes, from Port PhllUp. Dec.5-Thc thlp Johmtone. -136 toni, Harrison, mn«ter. from London, tlie 14th AtiRitst. Dec. fi.-The'brte Louisa, from Hobart Town. Dec. 6 - Tho bri¡; EtiUnton, from Port lairy. Dep. C.-The barque Tasmania, S02 tons, uiack, master, from London, the 4 th August. Dec H.-The barque British Sovereign, from trie ""r^cl'c.-TTAmerican »hip CUJorJ Wayne,, from th» Whaling (»round«. . Dec. 7.-The schooner Deborah, from Batavia. Dec. 7.-TholmqueíVofíc. liom the Whaling Grounds. Dec. 7_T'o liriR Sterne, Tram Newcastle. Dec. 9.-Tho American whaler Mtrtmac. from tne Whale Kisherv. . Dec. st.-The »hip /".&lt;i&lt;i» Pmwia. from I. verpool. Dec. 10.-The Dutch whaler Zurid foul, rrom me Whale Fluttery. , _ ,. " .."," Dec. ll.-The barquo Isabella Anna, from the .Ne» Hebrides.
A SQUATTER'S LIBERALITY. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 12 December 1846
A SQUATTER'S LIBERALITY. Tur. following romantic anecdote, clearly demonstrating thc libcraj;sentiments whicl actuate thc hulk of our" Colonial Aristo cracy, towards those wiióm they conside as their .inferiors, is attaining extensivi circulation in Sydney, for the - truth o which there is not the shadow of: a doubt A short time ago an unfortunate gentleman was so reduced in pecuniary circumstances as to be conipellcd-to-scek.cmployn>ent*i£ a shepherd, and after many unsuccessful efforts, was so fortunate as to obtain from " A Rig Wool Grower" the situation required. After the agreement had been executed, it became- known to the Master that his newly engaged servant was a Surgeon by profession, whereupon he had the unbounded generosityjtooffer his shep- herd three shitlint/syper month KXTRA, provided he mould give medical adele 3 on fha station/// Ye professional gen- tlemen in England, Ireland, and Scotland, and all other persons who may be disposed to visit this Colony, by thc ...
ODDS AND ENDS [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 19 December 1846
ODDS-AND ENDS In all Auslriau Poland, there is only ono news- paper, four pages itt quarto,.-iu which politics are An event has just occurred iu Grenada, which shows the preference of smuggling lu Spain. Sis hundred arniêil uieti and two hundred horsemen solterea to pruujet au ttsteusite Smuggling tran- saction, and the authorities, unaided by any mili- tary force, were compelled io look ou, wholly nuable to prevent iu A Busslau baron, wlio liad lost large sums of money ul play at Budeu-Badeu, hus recently gone mud, and is now in u lunatic asyliim. . . There is not a siugle instance of a physician being elevated to the peeruge, though lhere has been of all thc other professions, military and learned. It is rumoured that a new paper,' on liberal prin- ciples; is ubotit to bo established id a midland county, to be conducted exclusively by two young \ ladies, , . It is stated that the total quantity o'f silver likely to be ' received ia England lu July uud August, will not be of less v...
COURT OF REQUESTS. TUESDAY.—(Before the Commissioner.) [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 19 December 1846
COUHÏ OF BEQUESTST TUESDAY.-(Betöre the Commissioner.) llodtLv. Turton.-lu this case B. C. Rodd, Esq., solicitor, was the plaintiff, uiul Mr: Jaunes Turluu, plustuco', tl.» .i«fo..,i..,.i Mr. Morinc, on behalf, of thc plaintiff, stated that defenduut did not dis puta thc justice of the otaiiu, but pleaded a set-off of 12s. for plaatering aud bricklayer's work iu the erection of a chimuey on premires situated ia Pitt street, whereas the value of tho work done did not exceed the value of Os. The defendant said he would abide by the decision of any competent per- son, jrr. Wells, the surveyor, was thou uppoiuted arbitrator, and directed to inspect the work; after which he returned to the Court, and pronounced its value to be (iu bia opiuiou) 19s. A vetdict was giveu for the plaintiff accordingly, uud both parties expressed their acquiescence iu the justice of the judgment. Crane v. Abercrombie.-When this case was called on, a professional gentleman appeared for Mr, Abercrombie, and sta...
EXTRACT FROM THE LOG OF CAPTAIN L., OF THE PORTUGUESE ROYAL NAVY. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 19 December 1846
EXTRACT FIIOM THE LOO or CAPTAIN L., OP TTIB . POUTUOUESB BOTAL NAVY. IT Wim during the Peninsular.war, and whon moBt of thc nations of Etiropo became influenced by thc policy of Franco, anil at a timo when Queen Louisa and G oil oy (the Prince of Peace) ruled the destiny of Spain, that that nation more particularly became subservient to Napoleon, the first Consul, and at «bose instigation, no doubt, and with a view to ex- tort ' money and to harass Great Britain-the old and faithful ? olly of Portugal-they marched an army of 30,000 men to thc iron lier and threatened Lisbon,,tha capital, wbioh throw thc inhabitants of thal large and populous city into thc greatest con- sternation, and alarm imaginable Thc frontier lines between Spain ami Portugal not being mora than thirty five leagues distant, and thc Portuguese not. being able to. bring more than about 10,000 men into thc field, resistance was hopeless; how over, a levy en masse look place, and every man cnpablo of bearing arms w...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 19 December 1846
IN TUB SUPREMECoua-r. OF) noa NEW SOUTH WALKS. $ KO DEFENDANTS COSTS, £ s. a. Instructions anil warrant to defend 0 2 Search for prccipc and paid .. 4 4 Appearance and paid .. ., 12 I Notice Copy and service .. 4 4 Attending to search for declaration.. . . and paid. 1 1 Instructions for picas .. .. 0 8 Drawing particulars of Case and fair Copy for Counsel to draw pleas 10 0 Instructions to retain Mr. Fisher ... C 8 Drawing; Retainer and Copy . .. 3 0 Attending him therewith .. .. C 8 laid him '.. .. .. 13 0 Drawing pleas and Copy .. IG 0 Attending Mr, Fisher to peruse and Settle .. .. G S Paid his fee and Clerk .. .. 2 4 G Mr. Fisher having* requested to see n Copy of the depositions of Michael Gannon respecting- the note attending at Insolvent Court bespeaking Copy depositions relating to thc note ., G 8 Paid for search .. .. 1 Attending for Copy depositions .. G 8 Paid for same .. .. S 6 Attending Mr. Fhhcr with copy depositions . . .. 3 4 Mr. Fishor having advised that Michael Ga...
THE MOUNTAIN STILL; OR, ADELINE THE SOMNAMBULIST. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 19 December 1846
THE MOUNTAIN STILL; I OB, ADELINE THE SOMNAMBULIST. ABOUT thirty years ago there resided iii a reme district of the TTighlands of Scotland one Bans Moiris, who, along with his helpmate, and daughter named Adeline, inhabited a curious fashioned Etiucture in the immediate vicinity thc sen. The rude materials of which it was cot posed were rendered necessary from the viole conflicts which it had occasionally to sustain wi the watery clement, and their disposition was reg elated in consequence by a system of architectu peculiar to the genius of its founder. The htif unwieldy masses of granite brought (n to-requisite in its formation, and their singular positiot fhroughotit the building seemed to indica n studied disregard to any particular design i its erection but what was necessarily adopte from its contiguity to the sea. Tho appearance &lt; loopholes, however, at regular intervals, arrests tl attention of thc observer, and induces him to forc( much of his previous reasoning a...
OLD FURNUTURE FOR SALE—AUCTION. (From Punch.) [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 19 December 1846
OLD FUßNITUßE FOß SALE-AUCTION.. (From Punch.) . LOT 1. The Seat of War (in India).-This seat hus been very muck- knocked about, and has scaroely a leg to stand upon; With a little rooney, however, judiciously laid out, it could be put into immediate repair, lt has boen carried .about for haifa century all over India, and is now to bo dis- posed of, as tho owners have no further, use for it. lt is olTered to the French government as a seat the best adapted for the standing army in Algiers, With a litttc French polish, and the seat turned into Morocco, it is an article that will last for years. - LOT 2. The Glass of Fashion.-This glass has lost its brilliancy, from having been so frequently looked into lt is best calculated for those per' son's whose evening'* amusements will bear the morning's reflection, as every object viewed through lt is seen iu a new light. . Old beaux and young ladies, residing on the shady side of forty,;.wil' find their silver well laid out on this Glass, of...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 19 December 1846
NOTICE.-The Public and our subscribers in-' the Morpeth aud Maitlan d districts, are hereby cau- tioned against paying any monies due to this office to Mr. A. La rymore, of Morpeth, whose name has been long erased from our list of agents. And the aforesaid Mr. A.Lary'more is required thus publicly (private applications having repeatedly proved ineffectual) forthwith to forward ns the amount of monies . received, together with the books connected with his former a gency. NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. All communications lo the Office of Bell's Life must be prepaid, or they will not be received.
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 19 December 1846
Shipping' XnteUig-enoe. I ARRIVALS. DeceUiW ll.-lj*bol!a Anna. barque, 320 MUS, Cup:."in Joni's, from the New Hebrides, haviug left Tauna tlie 1 .t December. l i. - Sovereign,. swuuer, 109 luis, Captain Saunders, from the Clarence River. 12. -Tamar, steamer, 130 tons, Captain Alleu, from .Moreton Bay the 0th instant. 13. -SoüiÜ Carolina, American . whaling ship, 303 tous. Captain Gardener from the Whale Fishery. . . 13. -H.H. Steamer Inflexible, 1122 tons, Com mander J. C. Hoseason, from Plymouth .the Dib August, and Simou's Bay the Sill November. 14. -Urgent, ship, 403 tons, Captain Tucker, from Port Nicholson the 3rd iustant. 15. -Portcnia, brig, 221 tous, Captoiu Kirsopp, froiu Nelsou the 2nd instant. DEPARTURES. December li.-Golden Spring, barque', Captain Poole, for London. H.-Mau&iu, brig, Captain Cooney, for Auck- land. . - ll.-Rambler, schooner, Captain Fleury, for Tahiti. ll.-Johu Buli, schooner, Captain Tuohey, for Auckland, 11.-Ariel, schooner. Captain Sturgeon, f...
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 19 December 1846
TO CORRESPONDENTS. TUE " CAT."-We luve alluded on n former oeca sion to n certain notoriously public profligate ir lill» eily, dogging a respectable young femnlt tlimiiRli ÍBridpe-strpet, and endeavouring to force his disgusting conversation upon her. lt is ol&lt; most useless, however, to further notice the hoar) drbauche&lt;>,innstnnrh as he oeems to be so cased in "iniquity ,ao insensible toeveryfeelingbntlbatwhicli m i pb i jnotly besupposed to attach to any ruffian who had run the gauntlet of vice, in all'its shade 'and varieties ; and who, notwithstanding the ig nominy of the lash, iuflicted for upwards of the two thousandth time upon his inoculated carcass, proved callous to every sense of rectitude and decency. We are quite awake to the practice this abandoned character indulges in, of sitting on the steps of his hall door of an evening, and od dressing his loathsome and indecent remarks to every female that passes from tho ago of nine yearn lo that of fif...
Country News. PORT MACQUARIE. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] Ist December, 1846. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 19 December 1846
Country Wows. 1 |: PORT MACQUARIE. j ? [rnoji otm OWK COBBBSPON DENT .3 I 1st December, 1840. During the. last 18 days we have been visited by a continuency of stormy weather. In five days upwards of seven inches of rain fell, which, although very.much re- quired, being accompanied by heavy winds, had not the anticipated beneficial effect. The oldest; inhabitant of Port Macquarie does not remember the wind blowing for so long a time so boisterously and from the same quarter. On two occasions it veered round to the S. and SSE. for a few hours : every other day it has blown strong gales from NNE to NE. The Mary A nn schooner, in consequence, has been detained in harbour upwards of three weeks, so that by the time her return is expected, an elapse of five weeks or more will have ensued-a period in which news is transmitted from England to America. When taken into consideration that we are distant from Sydney-only 200 miles, some plan could surely be suggested by which at least letters ...
The Old Rifleman's Corner. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 19 December 1846
Tbe Old Rifleman's Corner. I reel obliged by the letter of yonr correspondent B from Carcoar Situ Nov. last. I may, perhaps, not be able to give a correct opinion as to thc arms a squatter should carry ; my arms, as a Rifleman, consisted of the rifle, bayonet; aud Human hanger-a sword exactly of thc de- scription of B's. proposed one, only not near so long . -and I may as well say my say on that weapon be- fore I proceed further:-The Life Guards swords are straight, 1£ inch wide from hilt to within an inch or so of the point, which tnpors to a point -10 ' inches long; both the edges arc sharp, and I well recoiled tho Iforso Guards grinding their swords in thc Barrack-yard, King-street, Portman Sqnare, shortly before they loft for Waterloo. Tho query with mo is, can a sword of that length bo handled as easily aa a' shorter ? My owu Roman Hanger was a handy weapon, a cut or a thrust could be easily managed-but aa my sword arm'was roany years siuee rendered totally useless,'I can say n...