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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 4 January 1845

A person" saying to another, '? You speak fool, ishly," was sharply answerod, " It is that you may understand mc,"' - " Grace before meat," ss the young lady re- marked^ who laocd herself so tight 'that she.eould - T ii-: .T.". fi (:i Im» <v ? . :.--» " ? not swallow. . . ". ... . ....?« <_

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CLEARANCES. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 4 January 1845

CLEAltANCES. " -'t. í-v'' ? JAN. 2.-For London, tho'ship Templar; Brown/ Passengers-Viscount Glentworth and Ind j, Hon AV. H. Pery, Hon. H. H. Pery, Miss Coal, Miss Templeton, Mrs: Smith; titree ? sons and threep daughters, Miss Fitzpatrick, Major Lettsout sud 1 servant, Dr. Williams, M.D., Messrs. Moline, Parnell, Welsh, Cupel, Ewart, Wilkinson, Swausea, ' Tarlis, Boys, and Titler. 2.--For London, the ship St. George; Norie. Passengers-Mr. and Mrs. Jeffreys and servant, Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Richardson, two children, aud. ' r" servant, Mr. and Mrs. Spooner, cliiid, and sprvaut, Colonel Godfrey, Colonel and Miss Minchin, Dr. Kiug, UN.; Captain ami-Mrs. lliinisbottom and v servant, Dr. Fayle, Mr. and-Mfs.'J. Smich,-Mr and Mrs. Colbrou and two childreu, Mr. and Mrs. Elliott, Mr. and Mrs. Davies. Mrs. Harrison, Mrs. -. Lake, Mr. aud-Mrs. Joyce and child, Messrs. ^ ^ Mitchell, Saliner, Camine, Morson, Davy, Matí-eJ- j'r farlane, Rodgers, ; ,Quin, Curling, Taylor, uudV * Knight : Mrs. La. B...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 4 January 1845

DEPARTURES. .'"* ¿J: .JAN. 1.-For Hongkong, the bnrnne Janet, Dring.'' Passengers-Mrs.-and Miss Dring,-Mrs. Kutoliell,..'.??>;*='> and six Lascars. , ? . '.v-i 1. -For Moreton Bay, tho schooner, Willittni,J.:-. V';:v.' Freeman. Passengers-Messrs. Phelan and King./ 2. -For Adelaide, the brig-Emnia;'Fox; with-.;-^ sundries. Passengers-Mr. and Mrs. Webb, M¡ss;, ]'¿V Dare, Mrs. C. Fanning, Miss . Mary , Fanuing,i-.'li~' v Messrs. Angus, Bell, Itnphue), Oliver, Hardiman,'-;-ï^f/* Crowder, Newton, P. Faulting, ; E. Fanning, andr4i?^:- v Tomlin. .... .. 2.-For London, the ship Lanchcstcr, 383 tons, '??¡¿rí}-l with sundries. : Fassongerr-^Mr. Curr. . , M~\;'¿

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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Shipping News. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 4 January 1845

& tip P tit g Nítoí. ilv : - AKKIVALS. , JAN. 1.-From Manila .the 28tli September, r . ?? the barque Elizabeth,'437 tons, Morrice. -Passen- .««--A gers-Captain Dallas, - of the Bengal Native In-. funtry, and servant. t _ . 1.-From Hobart Town the 27th ultimo, the % . steamer James Watt, 141 tons, -Taggart. Pas- v :vyv. sengcrs-Mr. ltamsay, Mr. ABher, Mr. und Mrs. -. ;? ??' Salieu, and Mr. and Mrs. Waddle. V*'.'^' 1.--From Hobart Towii the 20th ultimo, the brig-':i^"."' Louisa, 1Ö2 toiis,- Tucker. . Passengers-Captain ïîi. Goldsmith, Alaster Macnamara;* Messrs. -Muciia--^¿>\íÍ mara, Kirk, Blackett, Parker,- Kondall, and Atkius.'sw ^ 3.-From Newcastle, tho.' sohooner Waterlily,''?" lûô tous, Hoyle, with 100 tons coals. -

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 — 4 January 1845

---?-;-,.[ \*n ; A -REQUXAB 'TrE-stip.-thé 'Earlof ' Chesterfield, enacted iii his .loBt wilí.nmV testóhiénV'th^íVovery * time Iiis Godson, PJiiIip ;Stanhópé, :shouÍd;induT¿o> : j. in. racing, betting,, or gambling ¡of any kind;, he! s . ' . Bhbuld forfeit"£5Ó80, 'aud in order that the,, penalty^^ . and Chapter bf Westminster. ' 1 ??''-''"-i . i FlQHTIKO ATTOBNEV-GBNEBAtS.^^USt "át:'tho ¡. '. ( tirne,.t'ie Ûghtiug mania of¡the'Attorney¿tfeneral-fó'r\? ^ "J Ireland exhibited itself, in; |tlie1( four CQiirts^;b:is."l : brother Attorney-General, for Von Diem_au's¿.LaudJl'~ /. Mr; Walsh,'was so' rábiíí as to fight two dueïs Jii'^ / y-' one week'-at'HobartTo'wii', as'appears i>yítup^'Go-. ; BtBB**tof the''24tíi Marchi las'i.ci The sâïïè'ipapér';â ?" }. contains the appointment' of .'Thomas, Horhqi Esq?," * as Attorney-General,.untir.tho^Quecu's.-pleasure.fs n known, whilo Mr. Smitli,is ¡allowed- to ..retain hts.£ - -5 position.-What are tho inferences ?", ^ -'-' iriij ".'.' " i 'J ...

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 — 4 January 1845

Tho English papers are filled* with tho affairs of Ireland and Franco; the Prince do Joinville and Daniel O'Connell respectively occupying their space. The former well knowing the penchant militaire of his countrymen, and wisely deeming that while their minds , are engaged by vain con- templations of foreign triumph, while their national vanity is flattered hy conquests over the enemies of France, "there will he less likelihood of domestic ruptures or civil commotions in Paris, is keeping upja sham'hattie with tho puny Emporor of Mo- rocco. However tottering may bo the Bourbon dynasty, Louis Phillippe has certainly the consola- tion to find his own immediate family most firmly demoted to .his person-and his throne, aud. ever ready to place themselves in the foremost ranks of danger," to create what oan be only a temporary popularity for the king. War hos'been mooted between France and Eng- land by soine of tito blood-thirsty and ; dissatisfied iujboth countries, hut such is happily ...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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COMICO-ACADEMICS. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 4 January 1845

¿"Iv* ' COMICO-ACADEMICS. ¿-...cy *. -J ». ^: 'A* SOCIETY «nder the above significant title, has ? recently been established in Sydney, * (Comprising a select few who are resolved to " ! V rub off the mst" so frequently -complained of by the honorable members of our Le - jrislative Council, when bungling through ~ quotations. ,f.The " modus operandi" is, we conceive,' excellently adapted to the proposed end. Periodical lectures will be - successively delivered by the members, in û -strain of pleasantry, free from virulence juiâ severe ridicule, though enlivened by . ¿analogy between ancient and modern .character. The coterie at present consists .of. twelve gentlemen, who have received -their . pseudo-nyms from the Signs of the - ¿Zodiac. ARIES, the President, after making a few introductory remarks on Thursday evening last, commenced his .,- humourous lecture. The subject chosen -, -was one especially interesting to all parties, .¿nd though we bear record to the happy - -dexterity a...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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BELL'S LIFE IN SYDNEY. SATURDAY, JANUARY 4, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 4 January 1845

?BELL'S LIFE IN SYDNEY. I . .?SATURDAY, JANUARY 4, 1843. 'Jp the Increasing extent of our periodical : works- can -be : regarded by the world as indicating local advancement,-we may fairly hope that the prdlific.press of New Holland will yield to her native habitation a moral transcendancy untarnished by the sly inu- 1 endoes and rude aspersions of the histo- rian, whilst referring to thé tainted nucleus from which; shesprung. . / ' ' The solid reasoning of the economist ;cpuiä. scarcely have,,arrived ; at ;any satis-, factory conclusion, ..had .he ieeri : required ¡some half century ago to-define 'the limits ' 'of- our literary radiation' iii this; the 57th lyenr- of the. formation¡o'f.' the ! colony.; and' I jdectricalas hasi been,the transition,of,il)e metropolitan site ¿rom. the very ¡i* blackness; .of darkness," to the : illumined - haunt - of< letters, such rapidity can truly be esteemed 1 as the cbhcurremV fe^stinioñy^f_,ther sudden ?and substantial revolutions und...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 4 January 1845

BELL'S LIFE IN SYDNEY i MK^ILL be published each Satur- ' » - day at-4 p.m., at the'Printing Office, 17, Bridgé-street, where all communications will be received." ; The: terms are 6s. per quarter, in advance,* 7s. 6d. credit; and advertisements will.be'..charged, 2s. 6d. for the first inch, with ls. for every additional inch of -space. . ] " "^'We have forwarded copies of this Paper to. the various Post-* masters throughout the interior, re- lying upon the courtesy of «those gentlemen for proper distribution*' Where Agencies are not formed;' however, '? the only safe mode for parties desirous of :becoming. Sub-1 sçribers, to ensure the regular re- ceipt of our "future numbers, will be.to communicate directly with the office in Sydney, enclosing the re- quired advance. PA RUA M ATTA AND SYDNEY. THE AGE, FOUR HORSE TELEGRAPH COACH, leaves I Sydney, every morning at 0 o'clock precisely ; returning from Parramatta every afternoon, at half past A o'clock precisely. BOOKING OFFICES: STDN...

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FOX HUNTING IN GREAT BRITAIN. [WRITTEN EXPRESSLY FOR THIS JOURNAL.] [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 4 January 1845

FOX HUNTING IN GREAT BRITAIN. > . ; [W'JIITIENV EXPRESSLY TOB THIS. JOUBHAL.] ? There Uro' many, we 'trust very ;mauy of our re'iders, who from having frequently enjoyed the euvigorathig delights of the: chase with some of the picked pucks of- the. united kingdom, will anti- cipate tlib verbal sketches we purpose-giving of tljjit\'eú^obhng "pastime; but ogaiu, .(here "are a numerous clns's who*from limited opportunities,; or exclusive ' resi'dehco ;in tliis; country, ,can form'jno idea pf' the routine , of a. sporting gen'tlomau's'.life.; ,To""the" latter, this ..section ,of our columns is moro" particularly ¿dédioated, though;, few--; eveç; really fond of the excitement" and auventiires of field would tire at "repetition, even were , we to re- live bye-gone 'recolleeUons'ofv'tlïe' most trilling details in their career^of horsemanship,, leading back their nieinbry to those uuvitiatéd:nioments of joy and self complacency, which'found them press- ing forward to the adjoining meet,'...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 4 January 1845

ALTHOUGH we are resolved to eschew the I rdiscussion : of political mattera iii general, .we by no means resign the right'ás public journalists of dipping into any subject that ' ;seems to demand investigation. -The jar- gon of politics, however, ill suits the rough | ?rusticity of our style, and it may be as' well to confess, that we require some power- ful stimulant to draw, us into argument ! upon legislation ; but, where imminent danger seems impending from the. maî-ad ministràtidn of any particular arm of power, be it executive, judicial,.magisterial, br any other, we shall, attacking the broad .principle', ' endeavour to cope \vith its an jticipated- evils, and thus, at any "rate, pre- sent the public from being led blindfold anio error and oppression. : \; . : >. j "Without further preliminary observation, jwe 'refer öt'önce to à^ 'subject which, in iUelfi may- be .somewhat stale; namely^ Sir ffhomas Mitchell's resignation of his seat in the local House of .Représentatives...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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Local Entelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 4 January 1845

¡I floral IiUíUif'WPf* Ilong lifo »o ourselves and many « merry year tc ur supporters, to whom and to the public generally e beg to observe that we believe the crisis post- ad iiideed it requires no oracle consultation tc lünce us to place faith iu the assertion. Monej i more plentiful-confidence is gradually being ?stored, and men are very rationally indulging ot only at the peculiar season of the year, bm artiully at the brightening prospect before them Tho has not enjoyed himself this week ? the racine inan has had ample opportunities-the rifle sho fías had Iiis chance-the yachter is all agog wit! «¡leasing anticipations-the politician, too, has hat] Íñiis cud thrown him to chew, and the fellow thai fivauted even to devour an os could have beer Satisfied, for, on Thursday last, a certain persoi itas "all alive and kicking," and if all thes< uiosements (which require something more sub tontial than numerical strength) are not signs o f the timeB, what more faithful indi...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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ENGLISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 4 January 1845

ENGLISH EXTRACTS, " I Tte pecrJe of Ireland 'seemresolved, t0 gain the Repeal of the Union at all hazard, even interposing the « creature comforts" to the hated alliance. On the other hand the . Tory faction of England are equally resolved to remain united and benefitted bj the union, as the following extract from the Monitor will show : " Should a majority of the loyal tea and tobacco consumers of Ireland be misled, by the adrice lately proffered to them, to abstain from those com forts ' until the repeal of the union,' it appear, quite certain that the income-tax will be forthxiii extended to Ireland for tile same ' limited period.' A more acceptable proposition the Chancellor of the Exchequer could not eren make to the Im- perial Parliament; it would actually make him popular in Great Britain. Men of all parties then would eagerly vote for it ; and it would be carried in the House of Commons by a majority of at leu' 200. How would Mr. P'Connell himself like that? Five per cent, p...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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THE "PLEASURES" OF THE CHASE. No. I. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 4 January 1845

THE "PLEASURES" OF THE CHASE. . No. I. Just entered at Alma Mater, " a fresh- man" in every sense of the word. At the end oí the first week persuaded by some of your new friends to go and see " the Hcy throp" throw off at Sturdy's Castle, on a horse you are assured is as "quiet as a lamb," that "a child might ride," and so forth. At the cover-side, as you are en- joying the novelty of the thing, and in- wardly congratulating yourself on the temperate . disposition of your horse, you suddenly hear the glad " Tally-ho ! Gone away!" A phalanx of horsemen rush by, and your steed, pointing his enrs, and put- ting down his head, bores away to the front : : to check him is impossible, and with roars of laughter from behind, you charge the first fence. . You are spilt of course, and on recovering find yourself standing by the unlucky barrier-your hat knocked in, and your corpus cased in mud, while the cause of your mishap is just visi- ble three fields a-head, in full enjoyment of the run. ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 4 January 1845

The following sentiments from Punch may tolerably express the views of seme of our colonial kite ilyers : A bill for a hundred como discount for me, ..' I'll half of it take in champagne; ' No mutter what wine, so some cash there should bo (Aside)-For-you'll ne'er get your money again. And oh ! when tho date of the bill is gone by, /?'.When lawyers and bailiffs distress lum ! ? -. The promise of payment is theuall his eye :; "? " Hero's a health tb the Doo, God bless him !; The swindlers of old, iu.thcir pleadings' we're toldf When'at those who ha^trusted they laugh'd, Put pleas that were shani, with effrontery bold,. The more costly to render tlio draught. My plea's" hi my pocket--'tis empty, alas ! Of that plea none can e'er dispossess him; Upstanding, uncovered, round, round, let it pass, !''Here's a health to th'e Doo, God bless biniI

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THE RAID OF THE ABORIGINES, [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 4 January 1845

THE RAID OF THE ABORIGINES, <Jrett tidings ot WM hwV coro» dow« Croro the if est, For the waddy is raUed, an4 the spear's in the . rest: And the tribes of the Seven have poured down the And they've vowed to have Bullock whatever may bap. ? Ob, 'twas glorious to see those free sons of . the soil, Unfettered by garments, uninjured by toil, Streaming down to the valley, as shining and black As Newcastle coals shooting out of a Back, ïîach warrior was greased from the heel to the head; -Each cobra was charcoaled, each limb threated with red. And plain might yon see, that each snake-eating elf, "WasInclined to think so TABLE-BEEB of himself. ' They had a forest of spears that would turn a man pale, Like a chivoux-de-frize on the wall of a gaol ; And they bore in each, girdle the swift boome . rang, And a toothpick, thc lungs of the white man to bang. The war song was sung-the corobree done: And they cried, " with the white fellows let's have some fun." ." They have settled Old...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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THE RAID OF THE ABORIGINES. [CONTINUED FROM OUR LAST.] [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 11 January 1845

' .THE BAI» OF THE ABORIGINES, ' j [coMTiKvxn rao* op* IAIT,] Oh ! brightly abort! the tree top« shone the tun. Wheo,tho gallant adventurers gaily raarch'd on ; For fast to the trees they their horses had tied, As they found that the ground was too rotten to ride. And a great deal too soon for themselves they arrived At the lair where Young Moppy and Campbell were hired, "With a few piccaninnies and sundry black gins, Who with grease and red ochre were daubing their skins : "While two bullocks heads and a buttock of beef Were spread for the breakfast of Campbell the chief. Said Ferret, "I'll make them their plunder dis ßorge, "For I'll read the commission I hold from Sir George .. To our trusty and well-beloved so and-so, Greet- ing, " In the name of the Queen I DISSOLVES THIS HEBE meeting. " You'd better disperse, or you'll surely regret it !" " Hookey Walker," . aays Moppy, " don't you wish you may get it" ^ Around bim a'glance full of fury he sends, He sees nought before him but ...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 11 January 1845

DEPARTURES. ' JAK. 4.-For Port Nicholson, tho schooner Van- " guard, Pilford. Passengers-Mr. Levien, and Mr. Price. 4. -For Hobart Town, the schooner Waterlily, Hoyle. Passengers -Mrs. Boinas, child, and servant, Rev. W. Jarrett, Mr. Collins, Mr. Parker, Mrs. Hamel, and M.'S3 Scrutton. i. . 5. -For London, tho ship Templar, Brown. Passengers-Viscount Glentworth anti lady, Hon. W. H. Pery, Hon. H. H. Pery, Miss Coar, Miss Templeton, Mrs.- Smith, threo sons and three duughters, Miss Fitzpatrick, Major Letlsom ond servant, Dr. Williams, M.D., Messrs. Molino, Welsby Parnell, Capel, Ewart, Wilkinson, Swansea, Tarlis, ' Boys, Titler, and Nicol. 5.-For London, tho Bhip St. George, Norie Passengers-Mr. and Mrs. Jeffreys and servant, Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Richardson, two children, and servant, Mr. and Mrs. Spooner, child and servant. Colonel Godfrey, Colonel and Miss Minchin, Dr. King, R.N. ; Captain and Airs. Ramsbottom and servant, Dr. Fnyle, Mr. and Mrs. J. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Colbron and tw...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 11 January 1845

A VETO.-" Pa," said an interesting juvenile to' an indulgent sire-" Pa, haven't 1 got a veto as well ns the President ?" " No, my child." " Yes, I have, Pa-my fifth too is a V toe, I reckon." " Thomas, take that hoy to his mother-he's ruined." HAJID TIMES.-A coffin-maker In Albany adver tiBes that ho is selling off at cost price, in conse- quence of tho times, and adds, "he hopes this will be some inducement to his customers to die, as they can have coffins cheaper now than they ever can again!" .. When alluding to the arrival of the King of Hanover, certain club wits speak of him as tho "old gentleman of H-!" .

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THE CORONER. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 11 January 1845

¡ THE CORONER. THE unsatisfactory manner in which the highly important and- responsible duties of the Icqronership have been conducted, or we should rather say, towrite more cor- rectly,' have been misconducted during a series of years past, since the office was conferred on Mr. John Ryan .-Brenan by Sir Richard 13oiirke, has furnished á theme of 'unceasing complaint to the, local news- papers. Mr. John Ryan Brenan, for a long time proved excessively impatient of casti- gation from the' press, and attempted to retaliate by commencing civil actions against the proprietors ot several newspapers. Amongst the rest, the. Herald, to which, however, recent* events have shown him to be entirely reconciled. But,' finding that he neither re-established his reputation, nor filled his pockets by his litigious specu- lations, ; he at length desisted from such vain attempts, and entered into a sacred and inviolable amnesty with his arch enemy the Herald-and by this noble compact is Mr. Ryan Brena...

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