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CASE OF EXTREME HARDSHIP. To "the Editor of Bell's Life in Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 20 September 1845

I CASE OF EXTREME HARDSHIP. I To "the Editor of JBcll's Life in Sydney. Sm;--A case of extreme hardship has oc- curred in this town which, I think, should be made public for the sake of the un- fortunate individual concerned. An assigned servant of Mr. Peisley' butcher, of Sydney, named William Whit- ley, who has borne an unexceptionable cha- racter, and been employed confidentially by his master for the last ten years, -was withdrawn from his service and returned into barracks on Wednesday last by Mr Eliott, the Police Magistrate (under the direction of the Chief Constable), on the following grounds : He was sent into the interior by his master to make purchases of cattle for slaughter, and meeting with a mau named Hudson, who has been in the habit of bringing cattle to Sydney for sale, he pur- chased some to the amount of £65 branded with Hudson's initials-which he represented to be his own, and for which, Whitley gave an order on his employer, which was duly honored. These cattle...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FOOT RACK AGAINST TIME. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 20 September 1845

FOOT BACK AGAINST TIME. An immense number of persons from all parts of the conutry, including nearly the whole of the officers of the respective regiments in garrison at Windsor, Hounslow, Hampton-court, and the me- tropolis, arrived at aa early hour yesterday morning at Slough, for the purpose of wituessing the foot | race against time, for a mon to run twenty miles ] within two hours, which has created for the last ten weeks the greatest interest in the metropolitan and provincial sporting circles. The terras of the match were as follow :-A sporting captain, in the Boyal Horse Guards (Blue), wagered .£200 to j £100 with Mr. Bragg, the proprietor of the North Star Inn, at Slough, that he (Mr. Bragg) could not find a man who would on Friday (yesterday), the 16th of May, run twenty miles in two hours; the man, of course, to bo named previously to the start. From the nature of the extraordinary un- dertaking to be accomplished, the betting and that to a considerable extent, was, apto ...

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 — 20 September 1845

TJÇIHL be published each Satur day morniug, at the Priutiug Office, 17, Bridge-street, where all communications wall be received. Tlie terms are Os. 61. per quarter, and advertisements will be charged, 2s. 6d. for the first inch, with ls. for every additional inch of space. "Where agencies are not formed, the only safe mode for parties de- sirous of becoming Subscribers, to ensure the regular receipt of our future numbers, will be to com- municate directly with the Office in Sydney. TO SPORTSMEN. JAMES ~GA. N N O N , , , OF THE ."SPORTSMAN-," late "OBEENOiM," FHILLTP-STREET, . RESPECTFULLY iufomis his friends, SPOBT isa GENTLEMEN, and the Public in general, that he has laid ia an extensive assortment of the ' best WINE, SPIRITS, ALE, &c, That can be procured in Sydney, with which, and Ute strictest attention, he Hopes to induce them to favour him with a share of their patronage. Yon gents that do with glory bum, Of pigeon shots to bear the palm, Now come and give your friend...

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 — 20 September 1845

J.L,-Nobel, riGEON SHOOTING.-TRIGGER.-If the hird was shot from the place, it scores as a dead bird ; if not, the shooter is clearly entitled to another bird. A.B., WINDSOR.-A. wins. ° PADDY.-We shall enquire into the matter. JOCKEY-Must write a more intelligible hand,, or get come one to write it for him, as it is im- possible to decipher his " scratch." ALL FOURS.-A SUBSCRIBER.-Your opponent having only one . to make, and hobing the ace, wins. WHIST.-X.Y.Z.-Yon musteallhonors before you play ; yon cannot take three tricks for a revoke before the trick is turned, unless the party re- voking or his partner have played again. THE OLD SPORTSMAN'S Communication came to hand too late. YOUNG SPARKES' Poetical Introduction to Bur- chell will appear in our next.

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 — 20 September 1845

Police Reports. -o " KITTY WRIGHT AND nEB CHICKENS."-On Mouduy last, the celebrated Kitty Wright, of famous notoriety, her reputed husband, Lonsdale Wright, and oue of her " chickens," commonly known by the pet soubriquet of Gipsey Maria, were brought before Messrs. Windeyer and Myles, thc sitting magistrates at the Po!¡co Office, charged with a violent assault and battery on the person and property of Miss Eliza Wynne-u young lady of singular elongation of figure oud feature-well» known ns the chere ami of a certain Sharp hair- dresser, formerly resident of George-street, subse- quently of Darlinghurst Gaol, (which he visite'd for the benefit of his morals as wei) as health, in con- sequence of a slight mistake in the appropriation of a vuluable gold ring, left by a gentleman on his washandstand, wheu performing the customary ablution after shaving,) but, at present, resident at premises in Castlereagh street, the domestio economy of which is under the immediate personal superinten...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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THE LATE ATROCIOUS MURDER AT NEWCASTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 20 September 1845

THE LATE ATROCIOUS MURDER AT NEWCASTLE. j PEUIIAPS the " Chronicles of Crime" do not furnish a case attended with circum j stances of more revolting profligacy and ' barbarity, than a case which was tried be- fore Mr. Justice Dickinson, at the late Assizes for Maitland, at which two men, named Fitzpatrick and Fitzgerald, were found guilty of, and sentenced to be hanged for the murder of one Peter M'Cormick. The case presents such a mass of crimin- ality-of the most atrocious criminality j both on the part of the convicted raur ; derers and others, who were witnesses of, j and, in our judgment, accessories to the ' diabolical deed, that our recollection I cannot supply its parallel. The cir ! cumstances were shortly these :-The murderers, Fitzpatrick and Fitzgerald, and the murdered man, M'Cormick, were pri- soners of the Crown, attached to the stockade at Newcastle, where, from the demoralizing arrangements in force in those Government institutions, they were obliged to sleep togeth...

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 — 20 September 1845

Xiocal Intelligence. APPRZHBXSIOX or A SUPPOSED MURDEIIER.- < On the 4th July last, a man going by the name of :' John Higgins, was apprehended in the Manera) ' District and forwarded nuder warrant of John Lambie, Esq., Commissioner of Crown Lands, to j Sydney, supposed to be Michael Keane who was ad ? vertised in the Government Gazette of the 7th of September, 1841, as having absconded, charged with , the murder of Thomas Long, at the Township of ' Kempsey on the M'Leay Uiver, on the night of the 21st of July, "1841. On his rout he stopped at the goal at Parramatta, where, he was identified by two of the turnkeys, one of whom was n ship mate of his -j own, per " Charles Kerr," 1830 ; the other had ; known him as Michael Keane. He was then for- < ' warded to Port Macquarie, where he was on the 3rd instant committed far trial on the above charge by ! W.N. Gray, Esq., P. M., and is now in Darlinghurst Í Goal awaiting trial. ; BOILING DOWN ExTiuonniNAnx.-An extrno...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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BELL'S LIFE IN SYDNEY. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1845. PATRICK GRANT, ESQUIRE, M. C. AND THE SYDNEY MORNING HERALD. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 20 September 1845

BELL'S LIFE IN SYDNEY^ SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1845. PATRICK GRANT, ESQUIRE, M. C. AND TUB SYDNEY MORNING HERALD. ON the announcement of the triumphant return of Patrick Grant, Esquire, as Mem- ber for the Northumberland Boroughs, the Sydney Morning Herald, willi character- istic bad taste and worse feeling, took occasion to sneer at the pretensions of that gentleman to this distinguished honor ; and to insult the overwhelming majority of respectable electors, by whose suffrages he was carried to the poll, terming the whole proceeding, as regarded his election, a com píete farce ! If the impudent assertion had been followed up by argument, or substantiated by fact, we should have felt the less disposed to visit with whole- some castigation, the mendacious scribbler who thus dared to hazard it. But, when, from a perusal of a report of the proceed- ings, published in a supplement of the Maitland Mercury (from which the vera- cious Herald had an equal opportunity with ourselves, of bec...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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"SATISFACTORY PLEASURE." [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 20 September 1845

« SATISFACTORY PLEASURE." . What funny dogs the punsters of the Australian and the Atlas must of a verity be; but how singularly deficient of the wherewithal to jeer. One of the City Councillors in addressing his constituency omits very properly, to ridicule by nick- naming them " gentlemen." This is eagerly caught up by the aforesaid penny a-liners, and widely displayed as an inad- vertency or a want of education on the part of the writer, and such capital jokes as are cracked, and such a fund of wit is expended, that an auditor must needs laugh or be pronounced a blockhead. But as far as we of the " Life" are concerned, the heading of the address " To the'Elec tors" is perfectly correct, and quite char- acteristic of that independent bearing which has marked Mr. Little's course through the three years of his municipal distinction. In reference to the crude logic contained in the Atlas of last Satur- day, displayed in a sort of leading article, and attempting to prove that all plea...

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NIMROD ON THE BOTTLE, [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 20 September 1845

I NIMROD ON THE BOTTLE, I But now to the bottle'; and, in pursuance of my subject, I will give a brief history of the drinking career of an English gentle- man's son in my youthful days, lt too often commenced at a public school, as mine did at that of Rugby. How often have I been hoisted over a wall at night, and re-hoisted by the same means, with a bottle of wine under my great-coat, from ' Master Lamley,' as we used to call him, of the Spread Eagle, or ' old Brummage,' of the Black Bear. The prire of the bottle was half-a-crown, and what it was com- posed of mattered not ; it was black and strong, and called 'port.' Then what a scene of confusion would often arise whilst we were drinking and carousing over this horrible mixture, in our comfortable little studies, when the word 'Absence' resounded through the yard. The ordeal here was rather a serious one. The crime of drunk- enness was become so flagrant, that the visiting-masters, each week in their turns, were very much on the ...

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ELECTION FOR BOURKE WARD. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 20 September 1845

ELECTION FOR BOURKE WARD. In our publication of to-day will be found an explanatory letter from Mr. Councillor Brown, relative to the unfair and disrepu- table course pursued by Mr. Gaunson, alias Mr. Davidson, and his partizans, to oefeat the wishes of the citizens of Bourke Ward. Palpable, however, as the shu filing and deceptive policy of this " far north" clique appears, delicacy (unknown to Mr. Gaun- son), has, evidently, restrained Mr. Brown from expressing, in the fulness of its enor- mity, the anti-Irish confederacy, that would usurp the right of municipal freedom, and curtail the privileges of free born Britons by the disfranchisement of half the electors of the Ward. We speak but in riddles now-but; if occasion demands it-we shall speak more openly-more determinately-and damn- ingly conclusive on. Mr. Gaunson's narrow minded policy, prejudices.and predilections. We shall unfold the coils of the " snake in the grass," and shew it. forth in all his naked deformity and venom ...

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Varieties. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 20 September 1845

LETTING OUT.-An Irish tailor, making a gentleman's coat and vest too small, wai ordered to take them home and let them out. Some days after, the gentleman en- quiring for his garments, was told by the ninth part of an Irishman that the cloth« happeniug to fit a countryman of his he had let them out at a shilling per week,' BOOTS AND STOCKINGS.-At a north country inn, the boots being called a i shrimp of a lad, in íustic attire, presented himself. " Well, are ycu the boots ?" Í The youth replied, " No, I'm the stock- i ings, sur," " Stockings ! What do you mean by stockings !'* " Wha, sur," said the boy, with an unaltered countenance i " I'm under the boots, so he must be stock- ings, sur." Ax IRISH ANSWER.-A gentleman re- siding in the neighbourhood of Cork has } told us the following anecdote. ^Yalk¡^» out one Sunday evening he met a youn» I peasant girl, whose parents lived near Iiis ? house.. " Where are you going, Jenny?*' 5 said he. "Looking for a son-in law for my mother, sir,...

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MAITLAND SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 20 September 1845

MAITLAND SPORTS. On Monday last, a match at single wicket came off at Maitland, between Honeysett, of the Maitland Club, and Messrs. W. and O. Baldwin, for £5 aside, which terminated as follows : - FIRST INNINGS. O. Baldwin, bowled --- 0 W. Baldwin --- 0 Honeysett, caught by O. B. --- 53 SECOND INNINGS. O. Baldwin, bowled --- 7 W. Baldwin, run out --- 6 Leaving Honeysett the winner by 40 runs. After the Cricket Match, there was a race, for £2 aside, between Mr. W. Wade's Waterloo, and Mr. Peter Hook's Ball, and ridden by the owners-half a mile on the course, Waterloo giving Ball five rods at starting. The race, which was well con- tested, was won by Ball by half a length. It was evident j however, to allon the course, that the race would have termin- ated differently, but that Waterloo was too fat. To wind up the day's sports, there was afterwards, a Trotting Match, one mile on the course, for £2 aside, between Mr. H.* Reeves' Black George and Mr. H. Vance's bay horse Tommy, ridden ...

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 20 September 1845

DEPARTURES.   SEPTEMBER 14.-The schooner Ariel, Seagreve, master, for Circular Head, via Twofold Bay, with sundries. Passengers-Mr. C. Sidy. 16.-The schooner Sister, ; Korff, master, for Port Nicholson, with sundries. Passengers-Capt. Hay and Mr. Gordon Korff. 17.-The cutter Rover's Bride, Fadden, master, for Auatam, with sundries. Passengers-Mr. und Mrs. S. Donnelly, and two ohildren, Mr. and Mrs. Ai White, Mr. B. Stevens, Mr. J. Russell, Mr. W. Myers, and niue natives of the South Sea Islands. 18 :-The schooner Coolangatta, Walker, roaster, for Auckland. Passengers-Miss Walker, Mr. Conway, Slr. Divine, and Mr. John Alison. 18-Tho schooner Falcon,. Merrett^ master, for tho Saudwich Islands. Passengers-Mr. and Mrs. Hewitt.''^'-'-' 10.-The schooner Martha & Elizabeth, Pockley, master, for, Port,Phillip,;with sundries., Passengers -Mr. A. Campbell. Mr. A. Cameron.' :Mrl M'Kilie. Mr. Derne, Miss Hoon, Miss Hunter, Mr. Richard Carter, aud Mr. W. Haywood. ... v..:. ....

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SPORTING REVIEWER. FIGHT BETWEEN BLACK BILLEY, ALIAS (YOUNG SAMBO, & MAD ARTHUR. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 20 September 1845

? SPORTING REVIEWER. I. FIGHT BETWEEN BLACK BILLEY, ' ALIAS (YOUNG SAMBO, & MAD ARTHUR. j^H TheHing. On Tuesday evening last, the telegraph ns given us that a mill for 10 bob aside tis arranged to come off between these two acentric bacchanalians-of course we were ««long in making our appearance at the /Ice appointed for the affray. AH. preli linaries havingbeen adjusted by.Bill Orara, flo acted as commissary upon the occa- sion, and the office having been given that tile Chief and his beaks, who are'ever and mon interfering with this rational and nanly sport, were not to be seen, the com . Wants peeled off, and in went the castor «iSambo, which was immediately followed 5/ that of his antagonist. Arthur is a ¡uart, neat made man, of rather gentle , manly appearance, but so highly polished ty -a tropical ? clime; -that his abdominal pouch much resembles a; bladder of: beef tallow. Billey is a jet black-and having previously had his head ornamented, with rei ocre, and his pelt...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 27 September 1845

WIGS ! WIGS ! ! WIGS 1 ! ! jr. as?ï»TAXii, 425, GEORGE-STREET, DOORS SOOTH OF KINO-STREET, NEARLY OPPOSITE MR. WOOI.LEï's. JN consequence ot the continued depression of AHED\ S, ONE * tho times, J.A. has determined Upon reducing the prices of his PERFUMERY BRUSHES, COMBS, WIGS, &c, &c. considerably below his usual charges, J. R. having un immense Stock of PREPARED HAIR on limul, of all lengths and colours, ONE HUNDRED POUNDS' woith of which ho has just re- ceived per " Ganges," is enabled to manufacture Wigs of the very best Material, warranted to fit, for £2 10s., usually charged £3 IDs. ; ditto, wirti patent parting and crowns, £3, usually charged -t'4 to £i 10s. Also, fronts of all kinds, with or with- out pateut partiugs, equally cheap. J.A. continues to cut mid dress hair iu the most fashionable stylo ; CHARGE ON'LY SIXPENCE. BOTANY. THU SIR JOSEPH BäLiraiS HÔTEZ,. THOMAS KELLETT T> ESPECTFULLY calls th« attention of his AV numerous Patrons and tho Public gen...

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Varieties. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 27 September 1845

. ii*' Varieties^ LESSOX OK POLITENESS.-'Never say how is your wife, your husband, your mother, your grandmother, &c. ; but how is Mr. or Mrs.-, Lord or Lady-? Two of the strangest offenders against this mle were Nollekens, the sculptor, and Delphini, the clown. Nollekens invariably asked George III., when a sitting commenced, how his family were doing ; and Delphini thus addressed the Duke of York, in the hope of inducing him to intercede with Sheridan for the payment of his salary at the theatre *?' Sare, if he no pay me soon, 1 shall be put in your papa's bench"-meaning the. King's Bench Prison. It was Delphini, by the way, who, during the Gordon riots, when people, to protect themselves from the mob, chalked ,4 No Popery" on their doois. by way of greater sccuiity chalked " No Religion" on his. ' Sam,' said a mother, to one of her ' wery obedient' .sons one day, ' how many logs have you saw'd, eh V ' Why, marm, when I get this and three other ones I'll have four.' 1 Well...

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THE GREAT GUN'S CATECHISM. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 27 September 1845

¡ THE GREAT GUN'S CATECHISM, I What is powder Í-Powder is a chemical pre paraiion, which, when unmixed «¡iii shot, i merely of a " piiliîng" nature, anil is only theu usei for u " flash in tho pan." There is much ponde thrown away upon " Whigs." What is a detonating ball ?-A detonating ball fr a ball that makes a great noise ; such as the anuua Polish ball, the balls at Almach's, aud others o fashionable manufacture. . What is small shot ?-There are such varier kinds of small shot that ouly few can be described Sir Charles Napier is a very small shot iu this country, although he was considered a ¡.Teat gnu ai Acre. This difference, however, is to be accounted for by the relative weights of metal in different countries. Mr. Joseph Hume is a remarkably small shot, of Scottish cast. It would require a very heavy charge, such as him, to kill anything at any distance. Small shot is also composed oi numerous impertinent observations by people oi little minds, which are incapable of " hitt...

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Country News. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.] COBBITY. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 27 September 1845

L ¿ Country »rews. 1^- [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.] I -o- . COBBITY. DARING BURGLARY.-Between 6 and 7 o'clock on Sunday uiglit last, two nrincd ruffians broke into the bouse of n small shopkeeper in this township, named Richard Marshall, one of whom bailed him up in a corner of the room, with the muzzle of a loaded double-barrelled gun to his teeth, while the other compelled his Wife, who wa3 very ill at tho time, being within a day or two of ber confinement, to rise and unlock the drawers and boxes in the room in search of money. They took £-t 103. from the woman's pocket, and carried off property to the amount of £7 or £8. On the following day, one of tho miscreants bad the audacity to walk into Marshall's shop, and carelessly observe, " I under- stand you were robbed last night, Mr. Marshall." "Yes," replied Marshall, and you are tho very fellow that pointed the gnu while tho other searched the house-immediately securing him, and deliver- ing him over to thc police. Marshall is...

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Original Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 27 September 1845

Original Correspondence. Kg^"The Editor does not identify himself with the opinions expressed by his Correspondents, bul merely gives insertion to such Communications as seem entitled to p ubi io consideration.

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