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To the Editor of Bell's Life in Sydney. HENRY HOGAN. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 22 November 1845

To the Editor of Bell's Life in Sydney . HENRY HOGAN.     Sir,-This man, who it will be remembered was to the Bathurst Circuit Court, in March last, con- victcd of the murder of his wife, and sentenced to suffer the extreme penalty of the law, but which sentence, when brought under the consideration of the Executive Council, was considered to be one to which the mercy of the Crown should be ex- tended, it was therefore commuted to transportation for life with, hard labor in irons. Now, I would say, and I believe it will be admitted by every man,   that if murder be committed " of, malice, afore- thought," the murderer should suffer death ; he       should be made to pay the last, the only penalty   the law awards-he should give blood for blood- therefore if this man be guilty of the murder of his wife ho should die ; if not guilty he should not be   punished. There is, there can b...

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 — 22 November 1845

f^CFs-i^ft'-to (Hanta«!)' : WILL be published each Satui* day morning, at thu Printing; Offie, 17, Bridge-street, where all' I communications will be received. The terms are 6s. 6d. per quarter, incl advertisements will be charged, 2s. Gd. for the first inch, with ls.'(or, every additional inch of .space." Where agencies are not formed,' (lie only safe mode for parties de irou* of becoming. Subsciibéi-s, - to' ensure the regular receipt "4ôf" our 1 future numbers, will . be to ^com- municate directly- with the^'Office in Sydney. ? '.? * .' NOTICE.^Advertisers must specify upou^.the backv ;of theil" orders , the number of ; insertions^ otherwise they will" be continued until countermanded! . . .' , ORTH RICHMOND SUBSCRIPTION RACES. T a meeting held ot'Mr. Town's, "Woolpack . Inu," North Richmond, on Saturday the 8th tavcinber, 1845, it was agreed that Subscription paces should be held ou the North Bichrnond.Knee oiirsi;, opposite tho,above Inn, on WEDNESDAY 'Jlst day of ,Docembcr nex...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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CITY COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 22 November 1845

1 , -..*.J~l ' JA«.1 . - , . ' CITY COUNCIL. ' r r.or I ON Monday last the City Council met for the first : time under the new Mayon tn' the'Town Hall, York'-'* street, at ' thon usual ¡ hour.1 vTho"memoew present were", fAlderaen-.Wilshire/: Holdenj Állen? Flood,' -Broughtob',T;.Councillors Tttterton^'Little/'JRyán,' Hyndes; Brown', Chapman, Fawley,1 Jenkius; Wilkie,' Uriver,: Nealë.'-Thurlow,' 'Fishëri Agars, 'Sillitob, Cowlishaw, Coyles and Iredale. The ábseritimém bers wero.'CounciUors Srriitlmóro'aud Hillí Wi"'»''> . (The Town Clerk havlng!reaa ''tho' minnies of :thë lost 'quarterly meeting: of the Council, certifying the election of Mri; Alderman Macdermott as Mayó '' Mr. ¿édiü.eToso Wu spoke ' asI follows :j-rl beg looVéjto présenta petition from'the1 qua^mcnlom ployed ' by .tile Corporation, complaining bf the. low rate bf wages they rèeeiVo,and praying that meir wages might be raised^tb twenty-four shillings weôiç.^ .', I was in hopes of being able topresent'tjíó petitio...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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CITY COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, 18TH NOVEMBER, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 22 November 1845

- . CITY COUNCIL. ^ 1 WEDNESDAY, Í8TH NOVEMBER, 1845. The adjourned meeting of this body took place on Wednesday, on which occasion the following mambers were present : Aldermen Wilshire, Allen, Holden, Flood, and Broughton ; Councillors Josephson, Cowlishaw, Iredale, Neale, Henderson,' Smidmore, Agars, Hyndes, Jenkins, Tit terton, Coyle, and Little. Absent mem- bers-Councillors Fisher, Hill, Thurlow*-. Ryan, Brown, Pawley, Chapman, Sillitóe, Wilkie, and Driver. ?> Alderman Holden, before proceeding with the business of the day, called the attention of the Council to the fact, that they had omitted Mr. Councillor Hill's name altogether from the Committees. He (Alderman Holden) did not consider it fair that Mr. Hill should be let off so easily. He ought to take some share in the labour of the Committees. It having been explained that the omis- sion of Mr. Hill's name was a mere mis- take, Alderman Holden moved that he be added lo the Improvement Committee. Mr. Josephson seconded t...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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GROUSE SHOOTING. In Scotland, Cumberland, Yorkshire, Lancashire, Staffordshire, and Derbyshire. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 22 November 1845

GROUSE SHOOTING. In Scotland, Cumberland, Yorkshire, Lan- cashire, Staffordshire, and Derbyshire. : , 0n the 11th of August the sportsman arrives at his shooting quarters ; probably some isolated tavern, ' old as the hills,' (if such a house as the grouse shooter occa- sionally locates himself in, in the northern and midland-counties in England, or in Scotland, where oat cake and peát supply the place of coal and fuel, can be called a tavern). The place, humble in character, has been the immediate resort of sportsmen in August, all through. During the rest of the year, sometimes many months elapse ere a customer, save some itinerant sales- man, calling for his mug of beer, ' darkens the door.' Thé shooter should now go out several hours with the dogs, somewhat to abate' their ardour and his own, and to bring them the better under command. He returns to dine, or more probably to sup, on whatever the hospitality of the house affords. Whoever, on such an oc- casion, is nice about his f...

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To the Editor of Bell's Life in Sydney [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 22 November 1845

ITÓ the Editor of Bell's Life in Sydney SIR,-Perceiving in your Paper a challenge signed Peter Brennan, 'stating he -viii fight me on Boxing Day, I heg to inform him that I have n more agreeable job tai attend ' to on that- day, but will accommodate him on any other day after that ¡he may think1 proper ; but, if he wishes particu- larly to fight on Boxing Day¿ I have a youngor brother who will obligo him for what he may think proper. - If Brennan will fight,- I will coino to 'his ? plácelo arrange.' ' ? ? >'. vv ?' ? . .<???-? w;- JOHN BENNETT. j HONORABLE DBI-AULTEB.-.Tho Stowards of the ;loIo Penrith Haces complain, with great justice,, of tho' long-winded lot, who having placed their names upon the subscription some months ago, still hang ¡back in, "posting the pony." Gentlemen should not forget, that thc parties upon whom all trouble devolves in'orranging the programme of sport, and collecting tlie essential stimulus 'to its realization, are merely honorary'officer...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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Agents for this Journal. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 22 November 1845

Afrenta for thia Tournai- 9 MB. THOMAS1 DOWSE - -' - Brisbane Town " [ S. H. BJLPSET . '-'' - .- Maitland , ». 'TI7Z.LT , - - "..jj...... .. Newcastle JAMES- KIPPIE . ?. - Paterson - : »'"HBOK-TAT£ÖB!"--1- Parramatta (", Jon» FoMOi» .... Penrith ,,J,}JI"JAW&"CAI.BH--': .'mtJ. . Windsor '»,t<G;¿oL.!:Aii'LowE'.- '-''C'1 : 'Bathurst "'/BVo"BrÁBBÍ80xr'o-. '. ..- Yass ' t-." M'ALIBTER; -,- Broulee í ' " "B. WA»I> - . Muswellbrook I ' , -" DO'TLB , - m ' Berrima . .".,. ALEX.:MUHBO - - - Singleton - ? " FBAHCIS MITO naif - . Goulburn " . J.FtonBHOE M'CABTUT - Campbelltown. Printed and published for tho Proprietor, by JOHN ? i VAUGHAN, of Woolloomooloo, at tito Printing ? Office, No. 17, Colonnade, Bridge-street, Sydney. ? 1

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Variotios. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 22 November 1845

í ,, . ¡t; ¡ T- O-i ?.->.-?:? SM 1 A PROFITRATE TAILOR.-Among the cases at the Criminal Court which some of the delicate-minded reporters set down aj " unfit for publication,''; was one in which ? a Jew, named Jacob Magnus, was charged j with the commision of ¡rape., The Times seemed to think it less; unfit for . publicity I than any of the other papers, and gave the I facts at considerable length.. The prosecu- Í trix, it appeared, had been inveigled by the - prisoner into his: house under the pre- i tençe of, examining , her, as he said that . the , medical gentleman to . whom he «as ' going to ' recommend her was very Î particular, he succeeded in violating her iperson. The ,prisoner; was./* a tailor by trade," but. what subsequently!took place proved that jue. was anything but '" the ; ninth* part of aman," in the kind of wicked 'néss charged against him. The poor gklt in reply to the searching, inquiries of i/ie counsel, deposed that 1 a . little while after he had treated h...

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Police Reports. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 22 November 1845

MONDAY.-Daniel Barry an old incorri- gible, who excites sympathy, hy exhibiting bad legs to die casual passers nt Hyde Park-aud afterwards upends tho" proceeds in rom, was charged by Inspec- tor Pearce with being au idle and disorderly charac- ter-being drunk und, riotous, on the previous day, «nd with having made an attempMo tear a man's nose off; he was sent to gaol for two* months. Mary Ann Pearson, the keeper of a dis- orderly house, of which the marks on her counten- ence bore testimony, was fined 10s. for drunken- ness.             Richard Bowes* the "wooden leg lawyer" ts he is called, and who has so often ligured at the Police .office, was. charged b'y John Ptttorson,,Esq., acompo, with' illegally detaininga coat bis p'ropfcrty ; mt it appearing that Paterson gave'liim'the coat iii public house when they were on the-UDP, for the tirposo of fitting on him, with which the prisoner lalkcd off, be wus ...

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JERRY'S PLAIN'S RACES. (From the Mai[?]and Mer[?]ury.) FIRST DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 22 November 1845

. JE RRY,'S PLALNt'S..RACES. ? ?. .,? ??. ,<{Froni the.Maitland Mereurr.) ' - h'.' .if "UUU .FIU9T.DAT. ; ; ; These Races commencer] on Tuesday, thc 11th instant. Tlje day was unusually hot, and was rendered still more unpleasant by the continued prevalence of a sultry westerly wind.- Nevertheless there was a good attend- ance of our country squires ¡ and squireens, and the sporting* fraternity ;of the district mustered pretty strongly-on the occasion. Amongst the latter I observed your frank and, spirited, townsman, Mr. Henry Reeves, and. also some of the most distinguished patrons of the turf front the merry town of Singleton. Upon the whole this first day's sport was excellent, and neither riot nor accident bf any kind took place. I saw but one or two individuals that were " the worse for liquor," and these were only what is^cálled spooney. ' ¡"The following is à brief. sketch of the .racing : .?" '.',' j'.','""/ First race : The Jerry's Plains Purse of £15 ; heats, tw...

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ALDERMAN FLOOD AND THE "SMART" MAGISTRATE! [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 29 November 1845

ALDERMAN FLOOD AND THE " SMART MAGISTRATE ! Tn EUE is no department within tho eontrol of the British government in whioh greater scrutiny is used, than in the selection of gentlemen duly qualified by their station in society, temper, and acquirements, to hold the commission of the peace, in other words, to be magistrates, than in England ; and speaking of England we, us a matter of course, will bo under- stood as including that portion of the united king- dom called Ireland, There, indeed, the magisterial freaks that we are compelled to witness daily would not bo tolerated ; thanks to the freedom of the press. So long as no man's privicy is invaded, it is in- vulnerable ; but when he is desirous of obtaining notoriety, and unmasks himself by " kneeling a grub, and rising a butterfly," as Mr, Alderman Flood and Mr. Thomas Ware Smart have done, in their ambition for magisterial honors, then, indeed, do such individuals loy themselves open in their public acts to the praise or censure...

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THE POINTER. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 29 November 1845

TUF, POJNTEH. I Thou art Wwi, inj old pointer ' the .broad light of ' ' day Already is closed on thy coining decay ; Buri«, ne'er shall be said of my trusty old friend, Though his days may be numbered, i hastened his ' end ; Still snug on my hearth-rug shall " POSTO" he seen, A glorious relic of days that have been ; He was stuuuch to his trust, and he never shall need The honour that's due to the best of his breed. Some years have flown past since at dawn of the day, With my dog and my gun I iirst haster-edaway ; » Wo were soon on the stubbles, old POSTO, uud I Impatiently waited thy powers to try. How matchless you proved, let the begs crammed with game To thy glory, remembered by many proclaim ; As at eve we returned, and with heart full of glee^ I trudged o'er the fields, my staunch pointer, with thee ! Now, thy lights has departed, and thou too must yield To another, less cherished, the joys of the field ; But, though useless for sport, for thy firmness and truth I'll protect t...

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NAVAL NONSENSE. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 29 November 1845

NAVAL NONSENSE. ; "An'please your martial Majesty, How liked yon de sham fight at sea ?" Asked Albert of his regal bride ; And thus she gallantly replied "'Twas what I term a ' farce marine,' Had there some actual boarding been, I should have looked on with much zest ; I ' I like a CLOBE ENQAOESIENTbeat!"

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Agents for this Journal. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 29 November 1845

Agents for tills Tournai. Mu. THOMAS DOWSE . - - Brisbane Town " S. H. RAPSET .... Maitland II TULLY ...... Newcastle II JAMES KIPPIE .... Paterson » Huon TATLOB .... Parramatta H JOHX FULTON ... - Penrith ,1 JAMES COLLEN - - - - Windsor " GEO. A. LOWE .... Bathurst " B.C. HABBIBON ... Yass " M'ALIBTBB ..... Broulee " B. WABD.- Muswellbrook » DOYLE Berrima " ALEX. MUNRO .... Singleton " FBAHCIB MITCHELL - - Goulburn " J. FLOBENCE M'CABTHY - Campbelltown. Printed and published for the Proprietor, by JOHN VAUGHAN, of Woolloomooloo, at the Printing Office, No. Í7, Colonnade, Bridge-street, Sydney r

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 29 November 1845

WILL be published each Satur- day morning, at the Printing Offie, 17, Bridge-street, where, ali communications will be received. The terms are 6s. Od. per quarter, and advertisements will be charged, 2s. 6d. for the first inch, with ls. for every additional inch of space. The Quarter's terminate on the 31st Mardi, 30th June, 30th September, and 31st December. Where agencies are not formed, the only safe mode for parties de- sirous of becoming Subscribers, to ensure the regular receipt % of om* future numbers, will be . to com- municate directly with the Office in Sydney. ^ * NOTICE.-Advertisers must specify upon the hack of their orders the number of insertions, otherwise they will be continued until countermanded. NORTH RICHMOND SUBSCRIPTION RACES. AT a meeting hold nt Mr. Town's, " Woolpack Iun," North Richmond, on Saturday the Sth November, 1815, it was Agreed'that Subscription Races should be held on the North Richmond Unce Course, opposite the above Inn, on WEDNESDAY the 31st d...

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Sporting Varieties. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 29 November 1845

Sporting: Varieties. CincAssiA* HOUSES.-The Cabordian race ia tl moat esteemed, and some of them would not di; grace a Sold day in Leicestershire. Ten pounds i the price paid here for a good horse, three to six fe an ordinary one. Mares, which are chiefly kept fe breeding, and which a chieftain considers it derc gatory for him to ride, fetch from two to five pound! The horses are, on the whole, a hardy aud docil race, well adapted to thc service tu which thoy ar employed, involving frequently, in forays and ex cursions, great privation and fatigue. Thc Circas Bians treat them with care and even with affection and though . they are never seen to caress the! children, they will kiss and fondle their horses nor are they less solicitous about their winter stocl than that of their families. They have all, to dis tingnish their pedigree, some marks on thchaunches a sabre, a horso-shoe, &c, and the proprietor o. many a sorry hack consoles himself by pointing tc this evidence of its...

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THE GENTLEMAN JOCKEY. "A perfect gentleman from top to toe."—DON JUAN. (Continued from our Last.) [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 29 November 1845

THE GENTLEMAN JOCKEY. BY CASTOR. "A perfect gentleman from top to toe."-Dow JUAJJ. {Continued from our Last.) The Maddington, galled after another village in Gloucestershire, was started about the same time on a similar footing, the races being over the Winchester course ; three gentlemen jockey clubs in one country was, however, rather too much of a good thing, and the Maddington soon died away. Colonel Kingscote kept his going until either 1823 or '24, when that also was dropped. Bibury, we know, still exists, though at present very different from the palmy days of Bibury, " when George the Third was King." Produce Stakes have been introduced, and with them regular paid jockeys, and the meeting is now mixed up with Stockbridge and Winchester, the tria juncia iu uno making but a very poor fight of it. The following rather too severe descrip- tion of thc doings at Bibury is taken from a satirical poem, published when the club was in its mirth : '" A vast assemblage this, where boya ...

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THE PHYSIOLOGY OF LONDON LIFE, AUTHOR OF "THE WORLD OF LONDON." PHYSIOGNOMY OF LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 29 November 1845

THE PHYSIOLOGY OF LONDON LIFE, BY J. FISHER MURKAY, AUTHOR OF " THE AV O HLD OF I,ONDOX. PHYSIOGNOMY OF LONDON. Then would a splendid city rise to view, With carts and 'cars, aud coaches roaring all : Wide poured abroad, behold the giddy crew*: See how they dash along from wall to wall, At every door, hark ! how the thundering call ! CASTLE or INDOLENCE. ALLOW US to introduce you,-Gentle Reader, Great Metropolis,-Great Metro- polis, Gentle Reader! Now, gentlemen, you are "acquainted, and may proceed to do a bill for one another, if you think proper! It is customary, when we are introduced to a stranger, to take a glance, not imper- tinently, but as it were by accident, at his physiognomy. A traveller about to inform you of the manner of living of the different people he meets with, generally prefaces Iiis observations with some account of the places wherein they dwell. In like manner the biographer of the late celebrated Snooks, or immortal Pipes, or never-enough-to-be deplored Jigg...

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Varieties. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 29 November 1845

Varieties, j One of the attachés to the English am» ; bassy at Paris is very sweet" upon one of the ballet girls of the opera, He has taken j a fine apartment for her, given her a brougham ! and a domestic, and allows her a very suffi cient weekly stipend. But gratitude is not one of her virtues any more than it is the rest \ of her estimable class-she deceives the poor attaché right and left, almost with every one who is willing to aid and assist therein. One ; ,of her friends remonstrated with her on treating so infamously the man who maintains her. " He !" exclaimed she-" why the animal ia only one of ray domestics!" Voilà, ye lords and gentlemen-"protectors" of such dancing girls, a lesson for you-ninety-nine in every hundred of you are regarded by your chère amies only, after all, as doing " domestic" duty. Lord Gardner, who has given more of his time to ladies than to legislation, had to defend himself on Thursday, in the Lords, from a charge of non-attendance upon a railway c...

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 6 December 1845

^ .WnV.u_'.. CT j . "_ ". DEPARTURES, Nor. 80,-The ship Marian^etuVweU, master,' for Calcutta. "Passeugcrs-Mrs, Miller awl two daughters; Miss Bradshaw, Mrs. Shaw and foui daughters, Mrs, Aitken, Càptaiu Turner,/Mr. Donald, Mr. Hunt; Mr. Williamson, Messrs. Straw, bridge, Briggs, Johnston, Weir, lioofc, M'lutosh, Aitken, Bourne, Powell, and Sanderson; *? '' DKC 1.-The schooner Wanderer, Burns, master, for Hobart Town, with snHdries. Passengers Mr. H. Macrae, Mr. J. Beid, Miss Murdock, Mr. Johu Galloway and child, Mr. and; Mrs.. T;;,E. Bransden, Mr. and Mrs. Charles, Kingston, and two children,- Mr. P. Birmingham, 9'soldiers of the 09th Regiment, and 20 male prisoners of the Crown. 2. -The schooner Shamrock; Browning, master, for Port Nicholson, with merchandize. . Passengers -Mr; W; M. Bannatynë, Mr; H. Hassall, Mr. Miles, Mr. J. Forster, Mr. C. W. Schultze, Mr. Ling, and Mr. Gee. 3. -The barque Perseverance, Cornhill, master, for the Bay of Islands and "Auckland, with cattle, sheep...

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