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To the Editor of Bell's Life in Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 3 January 1846

To tko Editor of Bell's Life th Sydney., Sin,-It is, arising from ; certain mattera, sub- mitted lately to mo for publication in your valuable. paper, that I consider it necessary to address yon . upon tho principles I write "foi1 tliat journal, as your, "agent. , ~ ' ' ' ' r ," The Liberty of tho Tress bas constantly been es- teemed by mo as a great and sovereign power, in' suppressing publie injustico, and as the support of the liberty of tho subject. As such, it is the power-, fut arm defending individual freedom from the self will of the unprincipled oppressor. . , Soveral cases'have been submitted to nie, in which the. object is, evidently, to satisfy envy ami malignity, by the circulation of slander; upon tho fira-sides of iudividttals 1 Should I ' lend myself thereto, and by the confidence roposcd in rae, do ceivo you into error, I conccivo'that I should bo unworthy of the couftdenoo you have reposed.. In iny opinion, such a lino of conduct, were, it adopted, i would bo'propo...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PENRITH EPISCOPALIANISM. To the Editor of Bells Life in Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 3 January 1846

PENRITH E PISCO PALI ANISM; :iN To the Editor of Bells Life in Sydney. 'gm)-Thine exists considerable well-grounded murmuring relative ' to a set practico observed in tile church hero every second Sunday, when, at tho conclusion of divine service, a plato ia lianded round for donations by those assembled, but for what specific object is not named, added to which, it is complained that uo public account is rendered by tho treasurer of the receipts. I'irst, thou, with regard to tho practice, it ia argued that the mode adopted is, in a measure, a forcing of money from the congregation, who, with 1 the oyes of all upon them, aro literally shamed out of it ; besides, that every second Sunday iii a very severe tax, especially upon those who have behaved very liberally towards tho church establishment al roady. . lt is also very justly remarked that many would attend that do not from inubility to bestow, and are diffident, under such circumstances, from the mannor in willoh the money is, a...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
To Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 3 January 1846

« ..y' \i.To.CÓrre»pi»ndei>ts. Çg*- AU accounts duo to this office will be for warded'to the various ngenls~in thc courso of tho ensuing week, and wo trust that that promptitude which has already manifested itself so generally will again be put into requisition in order to efleot a speedy return or outlay. Let ii be un- derstood by our agents that BAU STARKS- arc not wanted by the proprietary or this journal, and where any procrastination or the small amount required is attempted, it is advisable to erase the name without dalliance from the subscrip- tion list. BILLIARDS;-A canuon or two does not save your - love.. A. shilling is. usually given for a love game.. SLIGO.-Johnny Broome, wo believe, now keeps » public houso in Air-street, Piccadilly. DUMB BOY.-Deaf Burke never was champion of England.. Tho allusion in our last issue referred ? to his having been beaten hy 'Bcndigo, who, . previous to tho fight, demaudod the strap of Burke's truss to be removed. AQUA.-Tho first and on...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WINDSOR. To the Editor of Bell's Life in Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 3 January 1846

'"" , WINDSOR. To the Editor of Bell's Life in Sydney. Bin,-in tlio, Hrst pago, pf your:last publication '(Saturday,, 37th Instant,) there is an article under the head of " \ViNDson," intended, I believet to he complimentary to the ''.indefatigable;,chief,'! and their, worships :wlio aro . aymoral, and ; virtuous sot .of^ gbhtlomon," .but condemnatory of tho," dis- trict traps,_o£, the order pf, the painted batten."-: I sholl ; not/, stop;,tp' enquiro how i far" that; article eon bo .'deemed complimentary-to tho functionaries .alluded to, when they,permit such ",distriet.;traps" ' to ,bo retained in the police force, as you describo I those stationed at Hichmoud and Yellow Monday to bo, but proceed to appoal to your justice as a member of; ".tho independent press, tho only re- medy for, the removal of such nuisances»" for tho insortipn in your next publication of' thc; following extracts. from the Records of . tho - ,Windsor,: Police Oflloe-being tho individual charged by" you aa no...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 3 January 1846

ÎÎOTICE. . MR. BC. Gé FLAIfAOAlr "BIT AS "been" appointed Collector for -"-JL BELL'S LIFE ; and is the only per- son authorised to receive monies in Syd- ney,' on account of this paper. 15th November, 1845.

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Original Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 3 January 1846

Original Correspondence. . .. , -o Hgjp The Editor docs not identify himself with the 1 opinions expressed by his. Correspondents, but morely gives insertion to such communications ' as seem entitled to publio consideration.

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE "STAR CHAMBER." [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 3 January 1846

THE " STAR CH AMII ER," Wi: entertained n hope, but it would appear an abortivo one, thnt our recent remarks on tho adc ministration of MISCALLED justico at our Police Oflicc would satisfy tho most sceptical as to its want or reform ; and, as far as thc public uro cori-' corned, wo foci grateful for thoir appreciation of our observations, but tho authorities arc invulnera- ble, and from the supineness, or something worse, of other portions of thc press, wc are left to contend single handed with these abuses,.otherwiso the subversion of every principle of right would not have boen carried out in thc manner by which it has beep characterised for soma time back, and tko liberty of bur fellow-colonists left at tho mercy and caprice of any litigious character, whether male or female, who delighted in a little display, and who, to satisfy their malice, had recourso to the bench for a warrant. It is incredible, in such a community, thc num- ber of individuals who aro hourly dragged to tho ...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEWCASTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 3 January 1846

. ' ';, NEWCASTLE. I ':. '; : . ..', '. ?'.> On Friday last, John Rinker, constable of New- castle, was committed for, wilful and corrupt per- jury, but, as the whole particulars will bo, no doubt, laid before the public, we deem' it unnecessary *n tho present case to dwell upon tho subject. NoU withstanding', wo feel ourselves at liberty, from tho flagrant nature of tho offence, and tho COUPS to which tho party belonged, and the great outcry raised in Newcastle-, to comment a littlo upon tho characters of thc individuals holding such situations here. First of all comes tho chief, a man of most obliging disposition, and genteel address, remark- able for humanity and sterling honesty ; none' can reproach him with outstripping the .bounds of his duty,.nor dons ho pimp.and pry into that whioh does not concern him nor his duty; he,might, in- deed, if so incllnod, becomo by virtue of his office, annoying to many ;,but such conduct he scorns, studying only thc publie good and welfare.....

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TO JOHN RYAN BRENAN, ESQ. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 3 January 1846

TO JOHN RYAN BRENAN, ESQ. THE public press has frequently complained of the very partial manner in which you dispense' your medical patronage, or rather your patronage of the medical fraternity, as Coroner of Sydney. Partial, it has been pronounced, as favoring one particular medical man, before all other members of the profession, by summoning him upon nearly, ir not more than, two-thirds of the inquests over which you preside. I cannot but admit, upon a review of the inquests held during the last quarter, that this complaint is not without strong foundation. In the office "of Coroner, particularly when that official happens not to bo a medical man, and therefore incompetent to pronounce upon the comparative merits of any of the " faculty," this kind of favoritism is very much to be condemned. . In the last quar- ter's inquests, or in the three or four pre- vious ones, this partiality, as far as I have been able to judge, has been so decidedly on the side of Dr. Silver, the Assista...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A CALL TO THE FANCY FROM CHAMPION CHALKER. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 3 January 1846

A' VAùli TO^THE FANOY FflOM CHAMPION^ .al>l'>t»c>-. lílljíí.' . CHALKER, ..> /. ' : ,. ; i" A wake' !' uriso ! or bc for ever fallen !" ' Ve flóWers of iïic'taj'ioy,'¡ye Stars of the King, * Arouse''ut the çu'll bf'yonr Chàlnpîon'and Kingl * Prom your , jorpb'r awake, let your flags bo unrolí'd, Ami flourish yójír fives like tho jieroos of old. . Boxiana's1 proud banner no moro shall be'struck* Nor the'flstio professors he down on their luck. Conic forward,1 ye light and ye heavy weights all, . And like truo Australians respond to my call. > ? 1 >.-i '?. . ? Has aught your tried gama and high courage cap ' ..? siz'd : "' .' .. r -~.!¡'~'"".[ *'''.." By Beaks'and by Traps ara your frames paralysed? Or, to'réndér'yoti'thns in your calling supine, "'j j Has sorrie dastardly Craven extracted; your shine?, 1 . ! ,' l:'. .'*..' < " ' ' ' --.I Lot somothmg bo dona, off your.lethargy shake,: And prove to tho Fnnoyyoirstill are uwuko t ltotiBe liko giuuts refresh...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ASSOCIATION FOR REPRESSING UNDUE VIGOUR IN MANKIND. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 3 January 1846

ASSOCIATION FOR REPRESSING UNDUE VIGOUR IN MANKIND. " Ficta, justitio causa, amt proximat veris!" "'| Pursuant to adjournment, 'a [ meeting for tlie establishment of an Association of the above-named character , took place, at the former rendezvous, aa the 10th inst.The little vinegar-faced mail in the chair, as before.. J There was a goodly sprinkling of attend- ance, but dissatisfaction and discontent were written on the brow of many. The chairman, after the usual prayer, (we need not, again . quote it,): arose and said ; " Ho appeared in the chair, on the present occasion, with flattering hopes pf carrying his point, in the establishment of the proposed'Sbciety for repressing or sub- duing the evil spirit in mankind. ' His ob- ject, was to subdue thc passions of the young, by enlisting the old in thc service of the Association, to alter the habits .of many by the virtuous object they would be engaged in. He had, on the former occa- sion, stated that he wished to confine the diet ...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BELL'S LIFE IN SYDNEY. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1845. Races to Come. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 3 January 1846

BELt/S_LIPE IN_SYÜNEY SATURDAY, DECEMBER 27, 184Ö. Saces to Come. North Richmond.. 'IT. 13th January ITumcbnsh (Drapers'Club) ¿OtbJanuary Colac; (second Meeting) .. Oth and (itu Feb« Goulbburu .........24tb,25th,&27thFeb. PortPlrillip.;...it....¡... Sith,25thMarch Muswellbrook.. til, 22, and 23 April ïioinebitsh(ÀutumnMeeiing 27, 28, and 2!) May

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE RING. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 3 January 1846

- THE RING. ' A sporting little mill came off on Boxing Day at Paddington;'between Charley Oxford and Jack the Magsman. Tho stakes {£'i a.side) were but light, and the slogging was consequently of the same character. The Oxford hero, though tho big-un on this.occasion, was cowed after rather a sharp | rally of five-and twcenty minutes, when, threatening j another " oblique attack," ho declined continuing | the struggle. A. general adjournment took place ' to the sporting crib in the neighbourhood, whore " they fought their battles o'er again," and made soma advances towards the final adjustment of the digital differences existing.

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Country News. MAITLAND CHRISTMAS RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 3 January 1846

MAITLAND CHRISTMAS RACES. Yesterday was the .first day of these races, and the weather was very favorable, being fino and sunny, with a fresh grateful breeze to lessen the heat. Thc attend- ance on the course was consequently pretty good. There were plenty of booths, with music, flags,* liquors, and shade, for enter- tainment between thc heats, and the amusements were very agreeably varied by a Punch and. Judy establishment, where drollery, fun, and frolic were the order of the day ; in addition to the numbers who laughed and grew fat gratis on the tricks of the clown outside, we were pleased to observe that numbers rewarded the enter- prise of the projectors by patronising the exhibition of Punch and Judy, Mrs. Cau- dle, &c, &c, inside, FIR BT HACB. THE CHItfSTMAS PUBSE oí £16, for nil horses weight for age ¡ Lents, two miles. Mr.Johnson'sDootor,0 yrs. (Dickey)...... 2 11 Mr. Nicholson's Jîouiu Hood, agort...... 13 3 Mr. B. Doyle's Tipperary Joe, 0 years.... 0 2 2 M...

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 — 3 January 1846

Agents for tu* Journal. Mn, THOMAS DOWBE - - - Brisbane Town " S. II. EAPBEY - ... Maitland " IUHT . . . . - . Newoastle "' Huon TAYLOR - ... . Parramatta " JOHN Funow Penrith " JAMES CULLEN - . . . - ? Windsor " Jon» TAIT- - - ?. ? Hartley * ,, GEO.1 A. LOVE -. - - ,. Bathurst " B. 0. IlAJinisos - - w Yass " M'ALIBTKR - - - - . Bróulco " B. WARD - - . . - - Muswellbrook ,i DOYLE - - - - - . Berrima ? " > FREDERICK MITCHELL . Goulburn » J, FLORENCE M'OABTIIY . Campbelltown, I Priiitoiland published for tho Proprietor, by JOHN VAUGHAN, of Woolloomoolloo, st tbo Printing Omoo, No. 17, Golounnde, Brldgo-strcct, Syduey.

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 3 January 1846

., :>Lii Shlpptngr InteUlsence¿ ' 1 ' . , ABBIVÁLS. . , ! DECEMBER 28;-Tho brig rjorset.íSl tons, Walch, master, from Adelaide ¡ the 7th . instant. Passengers-Mr. J: Solomou, Mr. Albert Spencer, und seven natives of the Phillippino Islands; ". - 28,;- The brig Calypso,- 104 tons, Harrold,,mas- ter, from Batavia dill Oo'tober, and Swa'nRiverthe 18th November- Passenger-MK H. Belcher.1"-'' ! 28.-Tlie steamar William tho Fourth, 52. tons, Wiseman, riiasto'r, from Clarence Rivor. Passengers -Mr. .Ward Stephens, :Mrs. Wilson, Miss Kemp, ami itvo ir. ihe steerage. : . _ -. : 28.-Tho brig William, 149 tons, ThonVmaster, from Launceston tho 23rd instant. Passengers Mr und Mrs. Atkins,. Master Atkins, Master W. Lucas, Mr. T. Fitch, Captain.Cooney, Mr. J. Asher,' Hov. Mr. Miller (Independent Miuistor), Mr. J. Walker, - Mr.- J. Stone, Mr. Tomkinson, Mr. J. Mackcllam;.and Mr. Boote.. . . 00.-The schooner Falcon, 40 tons; Merrett, master, from Tahiti the 18th November. Passen- ger-Mr; Bidwell...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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To the Editor of Bell's Life in Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 3 January 1846

Td Vic Editor of Bell's Life in SydheyJ Mn. EniTorí,-Ä question having bean put to me by one of tho Sydney Hide Clnb,.wlietber,if Mr. A.' puts in all his bulls into the.target, ami his com-* ..rode Mr. B. misses ¿he target every shot but one, 'anil ho is declared tho,winner becansc his one shot is in a better position than Mr. A's, which of them? ought to be deolared tho best sho t ?. ., ,; -f> , Some 30 years ago, when the writer's father was a member oí tho Marylebone .Volunteers, the regi-' mont had ball practico a day or two bafors a gold medal was to be shot for, given by .tho Duke of York, as Colouel. On the day of practice, his father, who (unlike his son), had a great aversion to pow- der, shut his eyes when he (lulled thc. trigger, and his shot struck tho centre of tho bull's eye-but on lite medal day, his balls all went astray. . . For my.part, I venture to state' that Mr. A. was the best shot, and that such a system of shooting for prizes ought to be scduked from the c...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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To the Editor of Bell's Life in Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 3 January 1846

To. the Editor of Bell's Life in Sydney.. Sm,-.Whore" orrvy exists, thc dispensers of ill generally consider themselves gifted with prophelio': powers, arid' it^'aiso remarkable' that In small com-' munitios where competition in any one business ex- ists in tho extremo; you will find people of small be- haviour and reputed wealth nurture a had fooling to- wards others following. a shnilar, avocation to'tbeir own, aud arising froni .'what causo^. if you wore to ask, they caiinot toll, sp shallow,is tho miiid, evin-, cing also an anxious desire of. ascertaining how a competitor is gotting on, does he do.any business, do you know anything of his means, who does lió deal with, is ho in debt, &c, &c, and a variety óf most interesting and of course not at all inquisitive questions, because ? in theso times tho more you know of othor folks affairs thc.belter, it serves as a subject for conversation, especially where there ex- ists a paucity of intellect, and the animal prop...

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 — 3 January 1846

fH«ft'$ ܧ>tfc tn ^^gbtujj." - ^KjETIIili.be published each Satuvr * . day morning, at the-Printing Offie, 17, Bridge-street, where all Communications will be received; Thc tenns are Gs. Gd. per quarter, and "advertisements will be charged, 2s. Gd.,for.the first.inch, witlr ls. for every additional . inch of.; spacc-rr-; .The Quarter's terminate on the 31stJ -Marchi 30th; June, 30thfSeptember, and 31st Decenter.;:: \.... . ^. Parties .wishing.-to-discontinue, can only do so by paying up to the end of thc current 'quarter; and those .entering their names as Sub- scribers, will only be charged from the date of their commencement. NO TI C E .-Advertisers imist specify lipon the back of their orders the number of. insertions, otherwise they will be continued until countermanded. FOR LONDON DIRKCT, . TIIK linc fast sailing A 1 ship WlUiam MCitcalf, 448 tons.Edward Philipspn,Com- mander. The above vessel hnv ing Hie grciitcr portion of lier curgo already engaged, will have quick despat...

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 — 3 January 1846

': . - ' local Xntellig-enco; '1 ': ? . INFECTIOUS NUISANCE --We beg to call (lie attention of Uh Excellency thc Governor, to' tho state of Clarence ami Kent-streets; there is .for a considerable distance, a trench of stognuut (not running!) tilth, heariug tho colour of verdi- gris the cxhitltatimis from which, at this season of the your, is; sulllolcut to gunorate mulurin, or any other futal distemper-oozing from this vilo cess ment, under ground, thu «tench becomes mort: intolerable in Kent-street, from its descant; and it is there further aided by a number of carts, -placed during tho. daytime in a space of waste ground, ami that are employed in thu removal of night soil, a 'remnant of which adhering to thom, ere ut u a suflb eating effluvia. We uro compelled through a sense of -duly which wo owe to our supporters and the public in general, to call His Excellency's attention to these fads, although it may appear that an appli- cation to tho Corporation would bu the proper course,...

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