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Police Reports. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 3 January 1846

, < Folleo Reports» .MONDAY,--We were ,happy to observe] that oh'tb is morning there, .were only VIVE uccnsotl with drunkenness, and considering that" wo are; .'only drawing our feet out bf tho Christmas revois, the.paucity of tho uumbor ÍB démonstrative of our . march in improvement; .whether the "Paddy Carey" of tho " St. Patrick's Baud,", or tho " Boyne Water'* X>' thc " Australian," had inoBt effeot in this happy chango, wc will riot stop to imiiiiie-, but, in our opinion, tho itinerant '.' Hurdy Gurdy" Italian boy, who preambles our strcots in the old country, would hilve as much chanco of unchaining the group at the " Nelson testimonial/' Liverpool, and make thom dance a "Strathspey," or .tho Highland fling by thc fascination of his music, .as that oither one or tho other of these miisieal diques were instru m en tul in the change w'r'onglit,'dr that it was effected by any other .than a taste for' periodical reading, whiph we are happy to think) nt an early perio...

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

ROBBERY OF THE POLICE ; EXCHEQUER. The old saying that " what's got over the --back is spent under his belly,"was never better exemplified than on Wednesday night, when ail Mr.. Windeyers savings in creating a fund which may in some, mea- sure cover the cool hundred awarded him by the Legislature, vanished I. It 'is not our intention to accuse Mr. Windeyer either- by word-or deed of com- promising hi.« original character, and lend- ing himself to. these trifling squabbles, so long as " the costs are paid," which has become a daily outcry, wherein neighbour is set against neighbour.; No! there was a day when HE would not do it ! Six years ago he intended to retire from the Bench, in consequence of his advanced years.-It would be well if he had done so, and then, indeed, his popularity could'nt be ques- tioned ; if he had, the time of our police courts, would not be troubled as they are now, with simple individuals to the loss of their ti me and money,- in assumed threats, and in a Ci...

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

PETERSHAM ANNUAL RACES. FoncHD by circumstances, " over which (using'the langunge of Royalty) we had no control," to abridge our report of Friday's proceedings; arid thus to allow the lapse of seven days as a refrigerator to the steaming worm which at the moment almost burst oiir Mleis, we will admit that condensation and coolness may have purified our indig- nation, biit certainly has not reduced it. The. blackguard rabble who had congre- gated upon the course armed with stones and staves, were well worthy of tba» blud- geon treatment, which more unoffending individuals 'frequently receive from the police ; and though disposed to make al- lowances for special excitability attendant upon thc almost qualified excesses of this season of the year, we are bound to advocate the enforcement of those regu- lations which promise, and which if carried out would afford protection, not merely to the muscular bravado who uses with equal agility his foot or his fist, but to that fair and effemin...

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

NEWCASTLE. POLICE OFFICE.-Friday, December 19, before R. T. Furlong, Esq., J. P. FARQUHARSON AND OTHERS V. RIN KEII.-Tin's was a charge brought by the parties against John Rinker, constable of Newcastle, for having on the 15th instant wilfully and corruptly perjured himself in affirming on oath that on the evening of the 12th instant he was assaulted in the house of James Farquharson, innkeeper, ; by the landlord, Thomas Smith, and Wil- liam Hudson ; and that Farquharson, upon opening the door, did push him in the breast, and so keep him back, until Mrs. Farquharson and others cleared tlie table ; and that Thomas Smith interfered with ; him in the execution of his duty ; and that I Farquharson caught him by thc throat, I and held him, as did also William Hudson, I while Thomas Smith stood up on a stool I and struck him several blows. Mr. John Dillon, from Sydney, con- ducted the prosecution, and Mr. Henry Baker tlie defence. Mr. Dillon opened the prosecution in a speech of considera...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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THE PHYSIOLOOY OF LONDON LIFE, AUTHOR OF "THE WORLD OF LONDON." LONDON FANCIES. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 3 January 1846

THE PIIYSIOLOOY OF LONDON LIFE, Iir J, FISHER MURRAY, AUTHOR OF " THE WORLD OF LONDON." LONDON FANCIES. Tlie "servant-of-áll-work"-rcomprehen sive slave, solicits ili a column and a half the honour of being permitted to do the household duty, of thine establishment. She comes and curtsies before thee in her trim cotton gown, her close-pinned shawl ; thc fire of rustic health is beaming in her eye, and the warm kisses of lier native sun are yet brown upon lier cheek ; parents, friends, and home, has she abjured to enter into thy service; lier ambition is but to earn by the sweat of her brow indepen- dent bread ; she has no " followers," and is yet untainted with the vices of the town. Be good to her, madam,-for your sex's sake be good to her ; let thy motherly care mitigate her state of servitude, and recol- lect that, like thyself, she is but woman ; though she abide in the kitchen, and thou ou the first-floor, remember there is a nar- row house that levels all distinctions ; let th...

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

CRICKET. A match between the Currency and Victo- ria Clubs came off on New Year's Day, at the usual place in Hyde Park, which was won by the Currency, with eight wickets to spare. This match excited great interest from the fact of the Vicks being assisted by most of the best players from the other clubs in the city ; but from the Crack Bowler, Mr. R. Still, failing to realize their expectations, accompanied with the cir- cumstance of Mr. W. Still losing his wicket in both innings very easily, may be attri- buted the loss of the game with so many wickets standing. The play on the part of the Currency was an improvement on their former play, especially the batting of H. Hilliard, Sly, and W. McKone, who, in the last innings, in half an hour, scored more runs from the bowling of the two Stills, than was ever obtained in the same time, and from so few balls, in the colony. The Currency having won the toss for choice of innings, sent in the Victoria's, the scor- ing was as follows : &...

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

PORT PHILLIP.         CHARGE OF FELONY AGAINST A SOLDIER.-On Wednesday, Patrick Lee, a private in the 99th regi- ment, was brought before his Worship, the Mayor under the following circumstances :-Lieutenant Charles Blamire, of the 99th regiment, stated, " The prisoner is my servant; on the 27th Novem- ber last, I had occasion to go to my wine cellar, the door of which is secured by a padlock and chain, containing six links ; I locked the cellar, putting the padlock through thc fifth link; I did not visit it again until the 1st December ; on that morning I went to the cellar and found the padlock on the sixth link ; I discovered nothing more at first, but upon unpacking a cask of porter, which, contained, originally, four dozen, and of which I had only con- sumed seven bottles, I found that instead of there being forty-one bottles remaining; there were only, twenty-nine; I then ordered the sergeant to confine the prisoner in the gu...

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

GOULBURN.     ! Christmas all hail j Season of mirth long conse- crated by our forefathers to oom memóralo the Ad- vent of the- Sou of God, it is fitting that thy annual return should servo as a repetition of that text sung by thc Angelic Choir, " good mil towards men." Good old hardy Christmas, we verily believe thou dost moró bcuoQt to mankind tliau tho longest homilies ever preached ; thy coming is looked upon as a timo- of univorsal. comfort, wbon youug aud old, rich and'poor, feast togothcr, and good-fellow- ship predominates over selfishness and pride. Wo remember thee where thou wast accompanied by slcot and snow, rain and hail, whoti tho merry sea coal Uro throw forth its warmth, and tho heart rc joking from English cheer; the hugo pastry of venison and antiquated port, (whose birth was as dilly certified as that of a-parisb'boni-bnil:audor" tho new poor law), and above all abounding with joy and kindness, utterly defied thy cold companions to chill...

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 — 10 January 1846

i settlors Frico Current; j Owner. Ko. Tooth KIO Carmity) & I- 80 Purlell. j Blackman 00 Shnuiicasy 40 Wood 00 Blaxland . 082 Howe , 003 CATTLE. Weight Price Purchaser 700 £2 12s. Oil. Oakes . 035 £2 8a. O. Hill OOO Xl Ss. Chapman :ÖÖO £1 i7i.od|-0y»^,,«; GOO £1 os. Argent. SHEEP. SO 6s. 3d, Cleeve ii 4 Os; Argent

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Country News. HARTLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 10 January 1846

Country Hew«. . I . HARTLEY. . . ' Á I Oar rates on Boxing Day, sud Kew'Years'* Say came ou"in first.roto stylo, ton horses starting : two mile heats, 'cvo'rv. heat well contested; and front the high mettle shown on. those occasions," we havs . . every reason-to expect that onr'Annual Ráeos will corop off - Iii grand style. We also beg to inform you that at our race meeting held on tho 1st inst., lt was resolved that Hartley Races should take place on Wednesday and Thursday the 4th and 6th of Mareil next, and'that a further 'meeting should takepiaoeon Monday,tho 10th instant, atlSo'olock, j at tho Albion-Inn, to take into considération tho H prîtes to be ruu for, aud other ? mutters counseled H with the same. H

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To Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 10 January 1846

To Oorrosponaentia ' -o A GOULBURN SUBSCBIBER.-Cadland won the Derby in 1828 ¡ the Colonel won the St. Leger ? in tho same year. CONSTANT READER.-£i 10s. multiplied by the like sam amounts to £20 Ss. But why trouble us with questions which any child iu Steel's Traluing School could answer. J. A. AND WILKIE.-Harry Lorrequer was beaten by Jorroeks atMuitland since the period specified, ' Young Dover has met Harry Lorrequer at Mait . lanfl, and was better placed in the race, Lorrc r quer buying been drawn after the first heat. A SPORTSMAN.-Some blackguard in the crowd at Petersham on Saturday week last succeeded , in extracting from the pocket of oar racing re . porter his account of the day's meeting. The fellow must have been sadly deceived to find in ? .- lieu of his fancied booty a book of unintelligible abbreviations. To this, however, wo attribute tho error alluded to, as well as other deficiencies for whirh tho public will, perhaps, receive this . apology. The running of the two...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 10 January 1846

blSSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP. NOTICE IS T&EREBY GIVEN, that the part- nership hitherto carried on under the Firm of ~ ARMSTRONG AND SHARP, Veterinary Surgeons, in Cnstlereagh-strcet, Sydnéy, is THIS DAV dissolved hy mutual consent. ~ All uccounts due to, or :by the .Firm, will b'e'Rd justed by MR. ARMSTRONO, or hy MR. SUJÍRP, either of whose receipts will be valid. " Witness dur Hands this 3'lst Day of December, 1845. JOSEPH ARMSTRONG. T. P. SHABP. Witness . ) Thomas S. Hull. MR.J.ARMSTnONG;Vctorinary Surgeon, having relinquished the business of the Boiling Down Establishment/begs'to apprise his patrons and the publio that he purposes in future to devote his whole attention to'the duties of his pro- fession, and begs to solicit a continuance of fha't support which bas been so long accorded to him. . The plan of giving advice gratis every morning from 8 till IQ o'clock on the diseases nf horses, regularly shod, at the Repository, having given general satisfaction, will 'be 'con...

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PENRITH. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 10 January 1846

PENRITH. OUR Subscribers in tliis district will Favour lis by forwarding the amount of their re- spective accounts to the Rose Irin, where Teceipts signed by the Proprietor can be obtained. We trust our friends will not .delay in coming to the scratch.

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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Original Correspondence. To the Editor of Bell's Life in Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 10 January 1846

Original Correspondence. To the Editor of Bell's Life in Sydney. Sin,-I bog leave through the medium of your widely circulating journal, to expose thc fallacy of Borne scribbling misanthrope, who has sought through tho leading columns of tho Herald loin oculate tho community willi his grumbling opinions. Forsooth beoauso tho correspondent of the Herald fanoios ho hos reason to bo dissatisOod with the world, he must, after tho usual twaddle about parched, Heids, vernal shores, crops looking better, t < nd kbout which every old woman in the district kiiu^ more llian he did, hu proceeds tu write that our shopkeepers have been w'ulking about with their hnuils iu their pockets fur want of customers. Thus this splenetic twaddler would libel the fair fumo of our rising, ami, generally speaking, happy com- munity. But I shall Waste no moro words with him, but leave him tu tito tender mercies of " Mother Soullard, who says " sho has requested a bowl to treat him to a cold bath in ...

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Olla Podrida. A SIMILE. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 10 January 1846

Olia Podrida- > I A SIMILE. I saw green Erin's harp, by lightning struck, Which broke each string, anti melted every wire ; To Und a simile I'd soon the luck- ; Aim Dan O'Connell, too, " a blasted lyre ?"

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GOULBURN. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 10 January 1846

j - J~ GOULÚUHNÍ ,. - . I |. -Now Year's Day was celebrated here willi many diversions, which drew forth a large assemblage of people in " holiday attire.".; OurHace Course pre- sented an animated appearance, and amongst the pleasure seeking folks we woro glad to seo several oftlio"gentler sex," some pf whom were equestrians. Tho first rnco thnt cnnie.o/r was for a pursc/of.-JEU, presented by Mr. Brodie,;of thc Salutation Inn, who, throughout' ; tho . whole of Ulm : day, displayed I ovory possible wish to i romote sport and harmony 1 in a very liberal and praiseworthy manner. After I tho bustle peculiar to stum occasions had been gone through, tho following horses were brought to the post :- :. -< - . :- .' - . , rtichards'Blue-Bonnet..... -1 4 1 ? : . Simon's Bnulloy.... ..t.... ;. .2.1.3 -i -, . , ? . Medslugham's Tire Eatct. ; ; 3 2 4 . .-The second Hace was: fdr a purse of £2; The following horses were entered : Lawleys Beverly. 1 ' Maudelsou's Pantomiiié. drawn Bniga...

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"WE'RE ALL COWARDS IN THE DARK." [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 10 January 1846

"WE'RE ALI COWARDS IN THE DARK." General Exelmans, one of Napoleon's paladins, was at a dinner party, composed of some o' the survivors of the battle oí AVaterloo, . a few of their, younger relatives, and the scion of an ex-king, on a visit from his borne in '.America. Some ques- tions arose about bravery, when the younger members of the company were electrified to hear the venerable and heroic Excel mans gravely and seriously declare, that men were all cowards in the dark ! The general smiled at their expressions of dis- sent, remarked that it was "very like youth," and proceeded to tell the follow- ing anecdote in support of this strange declaration :-There was a young hothead in the Emperor's service, who burning for action, and his duty for a time affording no opportunity, at last resolved to fight a duel, and, accordingly, choosing to con- strue some remark or other of an older and superior officer into an insult, chal- lenged lum. Thc old soldier waiving, all considerations of...

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 — 10 January 1846

Agents for this Journal. I Mn. THOMAS DOWSE . - - Brisbane Town " S.U. BAPSEY - - - - Maitland " Tuiwr -..?>. - . - - NowcastJo' - " Huon TAYton r - - , - Parramatta " JOHK FuMoir? . - , -.¡ Penrith " JAMES CULLEN - . - - Windsor ? " Jon» TAIT*, - - ' - Hartley'. ? < ,, GEO. A. LOWE - ?. ... - 'Bathurst " B. 0. IÍAnniBON ?- ; > - Yass :?' "' M'ALIBTBB - ,- i Brouleo .-. " R. WAHO - - - Muswellbrook . » DOYLE . . . .. . . » Berrima " Fnr.DBntoB MITCHELL - Goulburn H J. FLonBKoB'M'OAnTU Y'- Campbelltown. rs.1 1 ' - Prlutnd aud publisbed for thoProprlotor, by JOHN I VAUGHAN, of Woolloomoolloo, nt tho Printing jj Office, No. 17, Colonnade, Brldgo-strocl, Sydney [j

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 10 January 1846

NEW COLONIAL RAILWAYS.-Besides ap Australasian railway to open up the intetibr of the great island to Adelaide, Melbourne', and other outlets, we hear that a line will shortly be pul forward to run from Halifax, the nearest port to Great Britain of the North American Continent, through New Brunswick, by the valley of the St. John to Quebec, to connect with the other lines chartered from Quebec to the United States and the West. An economical railway or tram way system would indeed give an immense and unprece- dented stimulus to colonial enterprise. The exports arid imports of our Canadian- and New Brunswick settlements already exceed a million sleding, necessarily conveyed at present by the uncertain and dangerous' St. j Lawrence, blocked up by the ice six months j in the year. As respects the interests of the ' projected chain of Irish railways having their western terminus in Galway, Bantry Bay, or Valentia, the contemplated undertaking is of immediate importance. .. .( ; A ROYAL ...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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WILLIAM SPARKES. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 10 January 1846

WILLIAM SPARKES. To mark a sense of approbation, several of the admirers and supporters of the above named individual, have resolved upon pre senting him with some token of their esteem. The gentlemen to whom the .arrangements were deputed,: have very properly fixed upon that most appropriate emblem for a successfal pugilist, a neatly embossed Silver Belt, and in order to afford parties an opportunity, who may wish to add their mite to this presentation subscriptions,-jiotfexpeeding five shillings, each, will be received in this office. : i " In cordially supporting the motives which have led to this determination on the part of his friends; we'would remind thc public, that though ever ready in the ring< to sport his fives-Sparks, out of that arena, has invariably been characterized by a quiet inoffensive demeanour, a civil and obliging disposition, and habits of persevering in j dustry, traits which tend to elevate the man/and the pursuits with which: he has been so cons...

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