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PRIVILEGE.—NO PISTOLS, [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 1 November 1845

I PRIVILEGE.-NO PISTOLS, Bord b'f Low Parents, tho' to " hi«h Kstatn" ! ! With lltíatt tit' opposing color to his Pule : In land abundant by a KXKKDV right, Behold the ijUALiviuD envenomed wight ! And in this Champion of AI Inin ¡un poll*, You recognise the .' MASTER OK THB HOLIB" A PAIR or Bdoxs.-What a passion anger is uurnlyj ungovernable anger. To what degrading extremes does it not sometimes lead tuen, and tuen, too, of some pretensions to respectability ; in what damiers does it not frequently involve them ! We were led to give utterance to these very tine senti- ments by contemplating a scene that took place between five and six o'clock on the afternoon ol Thursday last, in the neighbourhood of Woolloo- mooloo. The chief actors in the sceue - so disgraceful to one of the parties-we're a Mr.-, a surveyor by profession, in this city, and a hum- ble mau named Harmer, a shoemaker by trade, re siding in the above neighbourhood, and whose days aré Industriously passed in endeavouri...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BOURKE WARD. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 1 November 1845

BOURKE WARD. MR. GAUNSON'S COMMITTKE.-A group of the friends and quasi friends of that solemn looking old gentleman, Mr. Francis Gaunson, met together by invitation, in Mr. Gill's very commodious room, City Wine Vaults, George-stieet (one of the best rooms in Sydney, by the bye, lor holding a meeting), on Thursday evening last. Mr. Gaunson, determined to be early in the field, was one of the first per- sons who entered the room, about which he perambulated, occasionally giving one of those peculiar " grins" of recognition to the parties as they entered, evi- dently meaning-"How do you do, Sir, I hope you'll vote for me." Having bean in the room a few minutes, Mr. Gaunson took from his pocket a piece of green rib- band, on which his own sweet name ap- peared in golden letters, surmounted by a white star of the same materials. This* was one of Mr. Gaunson's " badges of dis- tinction," intended to be flaunted about the Town this day, to the amusement of I the citizens, and which Mr. Ga...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LEGISLATIVE PROCEEDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 1 November 1845

LEGISLATIVE PROCEEDINGS. , On Tuesday, two Messages from His Excellency the Governor, were presented to the Council. The first Message was a ' reply to an address from the Council res- pecting the election of Mr Grant as a' Member for the Northumberland Boroughs. . It was as follows : Gentlemen, Under all the circumstances brought to my know-' ledge by the Address of the Council, it appears ta! j me that the course of proceeding which I can most: ] properly adopt is, to refer to the decision of tin j Council, under the 18th Clause of the Constitutional; 1 Act of the Colony, Otb and uth Vic, ch. 70, the. j following question,-namely-Whether the seat in i the Legislative Council of New South Wales be still vacant, .which was vacated by the resignation of D'Arcy \Veutworlh,'Esq., which resignation was notified for ceueral information in the Government Gazette of the 10 th August, 1845, aud on the oe casiou of which vacancy a Writ for the holdiug of a new Election was addressed on the 1...

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 — 1 November 1845

CAUTION.-The f ort Phillip and Yass Mail was stopped near O'Brien's Creek, coming out of. Yass, on Wednesday monir ing, the Mail Bags seaached for Registered Letters, and it is supposed that large re- mittances have been extracted. MATRIMONY. On Monday morning last the neighbourhood of the Union Bank was thrown into a degree of ex citement and bustle quite invigorating in these dull times, by the congregation of dense masses of the populace at and about Sims' Hotel, which occupies one of the northern corners of Pitt-street. Upon enquiry we found that a happy couple had just re- turned from the Hymenial altar, where the in- dissoluble yolk had been imposed, and the plighted troth received. The chief performers in this in- teresting drama, it seems, were Miss Elizabeth Kemp, on the one part, and Mr. Thomas Douglass, the host of the Bull's Head, in George-street, on the other. Shortly after the ceremony had been per- formed, and a Champagne dejeuner served to the select circle of frien...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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Country News. WINDSOR [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 1 November 1845

Country News. We understand, the lank-haired carnivorous animal, so long a pest to the flock-masters travelling the Parramatta Road, has vacated his old haunt, and betaken himself to more retired quarters. One auswering the same description, was seen a few days ago, in the neighbourhood of " Tom Parnell's"-- and from the awful description of "carrion'' he so voraciously devoured in that quarter we presume it to be the same animal--if so, we expect he will not leave his kennel for some time. When   seen, he was accompanied by a light colored animal of the " Pointer" breed, from the neighbourhood of Penrith. RUM FISH CLUB.--The members of this Club, met at Mr. Blanchard's, White Heart Inn, on Friday evening last, and regaled themselves over a Tripe Supper(the Second,)dished up in very superior style by the worthy hostess, who, paid every attention to the comfort of tho guests. Indeed, the whole was an amendment upon the first ; the cloth being re- moved, the usual prelimi...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 8 November 1845

Shipping Intelligence. ; ARRIVALS. NOVEMBER 2.-Tile schooner William, 02 tons, Freeman, master, from Moreton Bay the 27th ult., with.wool, salt, beef, &c. Passengers-Mr. Steel, Mr. Wyngate, Master Henderson, and seven in the steerage. 4 -The brig Dorset, 82 tons, Walsh, master, from Adelaide the 22nd ult., with sundries. Passenger-*: Dr. Colman. 4.-The schooner Phcsbe,80 tons,Bcnnett,master, from Adelaide the 13th ult., tvith wheat, flour, icc. Passengers-Mr. Emmett, Mr. Galt, Mr. White, and Mr. Hunter. '**" 4.-The schooner Coolangatta, 88 tons, Walker, master, from Auckland the 15th' ult., with gum, icc. Passenger-Mr. Walker. 4. -Thc ship Thomas Lowry, (PostQiHce Packet) 499 tons. Graham, master, from the Downs the 6th Jnly, with merchandise. Passengers-Mr. and Miss Suttor, Mr. Thomas Galbraith, and Mr. Goodmau. 0. -The schooner Governor, Willnmson, master, returned to port. ; » 7.-The steamer Maitland, 103 tons, Parsons, master, from Port Macquarie. 7.-The schooner Jane, S...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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Settlers Price Current. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 8 November 1845

Settlers Price Current. '. Owner. Weight Price Purchaser Wentworth 8 cwt; Onas 0£ Hall 0 Tindall 8 Stickland . 8 Deddington 8 J. Dnngei 0$ £3 £2 £-2 £3 £3 Hill ' Cullen Os. Merret Ditto Ditto £2 10a. Oakes SHEEP s. d. . 080 N. Lawson (wethers) 8 1 Cleeve OOO Tindall (with wool on) 10 0 Hill OOO Boyd ' GO Holmes Carcass-Beef ld. lb. ; Mutton ljd. to seven farthings. .

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 — 8 November 1845

All our Country Agents are authorised to give their own Receipts for Subscriptions to this Journal.

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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Insolvency Proceedings. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 8 November 1845

Insolvency Proceedings. The following estates were? sequestrated on* Thursday last t Peter Bailey, of Newcastle, miner t - Debts, Ü30 4s. 7d. ; assets-personal property, £7 ; ba- lance deficienoyi JÊ23 4sT7d. Clark Irving,' Official .Assignee.' '"''VP.eter MoQit, of Parramatta, tanner :-Debts, £42 Os. lOd. ; assets, £15 3s. Od. ; outstanding debts, £1 Os. Cd. ; deficieucy, £%i 10s. lOd. John Walker, Assignee. * .. .

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BELL'S LIFE IN SYDNEY. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1845. PETERSHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 8 November 1845

BELL'S LIFE IN SYDNEY. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1845. -' ""w '¿PETERSHAM. I .^50» Tuesday eveningiflast¿ a preliminary meeting was held at the New\.Talbot alias the Queen's Head Inn, for the1 purpose*of taking into consideration the steps neces- sary to ensure a good meeting at the ap - preaching Christmas Races; the first and most important requisite for which was universally allowed to be a liberal supply of the possibles, the needful, the stumpy, the brass, the tin, the browns, the ready, the rhino, the rowdy, and other quaint syno- nymes which the highly polished phrase- ology of some gentlemen present suggested,' but which all tended with mathematical accuracy to a "given point"-and in few countries are the inhabitants as a body, from the Alpha to the Omega, so skilled in the abstruse, but here apparently intuitive science pf points or pointing, as the occu- pants of our own fair clime, while at the same time we can assert that many of the most practised adepts have never ventured...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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English Extracts, WANTED A HUSBAND. (From the Morning Post). [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 8 November 1845

English: Extracts, WANTED A: HUSBAND. -, (From the Morning Fust); . A Madrid paper, generally believed to, be in tho confidence, of jibe, present government of Spain, strongly advises the ¿arly selection of a husband for-Queen Isabella.. From circumstances that have recently come to our knowledge,'îwè are induced to join very earnestly in this recommendation, . We ore led to believe that, for reasons of a very peculiar nature, it would be exceedingly desirable that a husband should be provided- forthwith for Her Majesty. (From the Morning Chronicle). .* The Morning Post'makes an announcement re- specting the young Queen of Spain, which, if pub- lished or whispered of the humblest female in any kingdon), would be a serious matter. But it is the custom of southern countries always to indulge in such reports. There never was à princess of N&ples or of Spain, who reached the years; of discretion, without imputations of this kind becoming ouïrent amongst the idle public, Nor, ind...

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HOUGH AND HADDIGADDY. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 8 November 1845

! HOUGH AND HADDIGADDY. THE settlement of matters between these j men, the probability of which we hinted in I our last, has become the subject of legal enquiry. The backers of Hough plead the illegality of the ring. How such a plea will be received by our sporting friends throughout the interior we can easily con- ceive; but, how far the decision of the Court and the exposures which must result, will tend to abridge the existence of the lo- cal ring is far more problematical. Hough gave the challenge as will appear from the following letter which Harrigan has handed us for publication, and yet Hough's backers plead the illegality of the ring ! 1 r^j-r " Sydney October 18 f'Sif V, "I beg.tojnform you that I am prepared to fight you 100 pounds to 70 pounds and reqnest that you will meat roe at Mr. James Barleys this Eavning between thn^ours of 7 and 10 Oclok to make a deposit and (Outer intojarangements, be kind a nuf to send me an answer - ...": ... ¿,. . " George Huff' " '* to Jame...

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WINDSOR. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 8 November 1845

WINDSOR.. - .'>'?'' AQUATIC-The forthcoming Regatta appears to ba the general topic of confab amongst all classes, in this dashing little town and neighbourhood, and we fully anticipate from the "arrangements made in getting it up, it will bo a rich , treat, being the first aquatic recreation ever held on . the lovely and majestic stream of the Hawkesbury. Boats of every description, from first-class gigs and- whale boats, to little dingies, and even aboriginal canoes are al- ready to be seen ¡floating on the river, fitted np in first-rate style, ornamented with their various badges of distinction. .' ..<.',. NORTH RICHMOND HACER.-A subscription has been set on foot for tho purposo of establishing Races in. this {locality, the first meeting of. which will take " place on next New Year's Day. .fA very superior course of ono mile is being cleared and stumped, immediately opposite Mr. John Town's, '.'Woolpack Inn,V North Richmond; From the well known sporting*qualities of...

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To His Excellency Sir George Gipps, Captain-General, Governor, &c., &c. PER FAVOR OF " BELL'S LIFE IN SYDNEY.' MAY IT PLEASE YOUR EXCELLENCY— [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 8 November 1845

To HU' Excellency -Sir. George Gipps, Captain-General, Governor, frc, ?§.<?. PEÍ» FAVOR OF' " BELL'S LIFE IN SYDNEY. ' MAY IT PLEASE YOUR EXCELLENCE- . - . JUSTICE , is a divine attribute, together with .its associated relative, aud, as imitativo virtues, are thc reputed characteristics of the government under which the British people and their descendants do fealty. We are, therefore, bound to believe that governments, delegated by lier Majesty nre likewise constituted with justice as an essential ingredient, and thc groundwork of action. During tho arduous career, in which Your Excellency has administered the government of this Colony, I conceive we have the opinion., of , every impartial judgment, that justice'.has been ä.'distinguished feature in your administration amongst other sterling qualifications Your Excellency has been found to possess. I nlay observé with the poet- . ' i .." -'?-?-;-Animutn nd civilia vcrtet '* Jura suum ; legesquc feret justissinms nuctor; ...

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Original Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 8 November 1845

Original Correspondence. [ggTThe Editor does not identify himself with the opinions expressed by his Correspondents, but merely ' gives insertion to sueli Communications ns seem entitled to public consideration. '

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 8 November 1845

Printed and pablished for the Proprietor, hy JOHN VAUGHAN, of Woolloomoolloo, at the Printing Office, No. 17, Colonnade, Bridge-street, Sydney ???'??'y * . f Í

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CITY COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 8 November 1845

CITY COUNCIL. The Civic body held a meeting at the Town Hall on Thursday afternoon, when, after the minutes of the previous meetin» had been read by the Town Clerk, and the new members had heen introduced, it was agreed, that distress warrants be issued against those parties resident in Bourke Ward, who had failed to pay their assess- ments. Mr. Councillor Holden then moved a resolution, to the effect, that the Council should meet oakthe last Monday in each Ï month (ekcep^t -the quarterly meeting fixed by thf Corporation Act), for, the* despatched? business, ^a_ndvthen adjourn from day to day untilnhe"'buäiness/on the list should be disposed. Mr. Holden con- tended that, by adopting this motion, the Council would prevent any arrear of bust-.; ness accumulating on the paper. A rambling "discussion ensued on the motion, some of the Councillors supporting it, while others opposed it on the ground that it was a direct infringement of the Mayor's prerogative, cit was ultimate/y; negative...

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COMICO ACADEMICS. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 8 November 1845

I COMICO ACADEMICS, I AT a recent meeting: of this body (whose existence we noticed in the first series of our journal), during a debate upon the philosophies of ancient Greece, from the time of .Socrates to the Christian Kra, '* The Fish" who was lecturing made the follow- ing rather singular observ ations ; at the same time he exhibited a diagram, of which the annexed is a roush draft. " But wlio shall presume to say, gentlemen, that Diogenes has not been fairly surpassed by the pseudo-moralizing phenomenon of the present age, the last of the Anchorets, the truly great specimen of animated adi pocier yclept-but no matter what he is yclept, as in all conscience, he ycleps his own harmonious sonnets with sufficient energy and zeal to make the wilds of our adopted land reverberate the snarling ca- dence. Yes, Gentlemen, the modern Tub ster, should be esteemed a practical example of the philosophy of Antisthenes, for while thejnore celebrated pupil of this Cynic ap- pears to have been...

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WINDSOR. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 8 November 1845

. " WINDSOR. FEW people can with more justice com- plain of the shameful insecurity of both life and property, than the residents of the Hawkesbury district. Deprived of their Sessional Court, and of., their Stipendiary Magistrate, the distresses and difficulties pf following up offenders who resolutely vio- late the-sanctity of either -the one or the described ; more especially when, in many instances, the humble station of the in- dustrious class of settlers upon this river is taken into consideration.. Severely as'evèn a petty larceny may be felt by the poor man, he frequently finds it more to his pecuniary advantage to let the matter end, than by the tedious criminal litiga- tion which cognizance of the. matter in- volves, by the delays and procrastination inevitable from the irregularity of magis- terial inspection, and 'by the burthensome and ruinous expenses incurred, to weaken his already slender means of livelihood. The district has been from time to time impoverished, and ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 8 November 1845

I. Tilo ñamo bj- which tho part where the races take place is usually called. I

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