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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 17 January 1846

~ We beg to call the attention of our City Sübscribers to an early settlement of tlietr accounts ' for-the last quarter-our weekly expenses, Literary and Mechanical, induce the request.

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 — 17 January 1846

Settlors Price Current; CATTLE. Owner. No. Dulhnnty 80 Price Purchaser £3 103.\Kca'^ & ) Co. £.2 10s. G. Hill. £.2 103. Cleeve. Morriss Kite Neate Ncato Grant 20 V2 ono G3() 130 Weight 700 COO 700 SHEEP. 00 S3 rs. 7s. 7s. Cleeve. D. Hill. D. Hill. nAY AND STRAW MAI1KET. ? Hay 107 loads, from 4s. 3d. to Os., average Os. Od.; straw, 33 loads, from ls. Od. to 2d. Od., average 2s. ; fodder, 17 loads from' Od. lo lld., averdge lOd. per dozcu ; betiding, 17 loads from 3d. to Od., average ?Ad. per loud ; wheat, 40 toads, from 3s. Od. to 4s, averuge 3s. lOd. per bushel. Niue cows aud four calves, no alteration. Thirty-six horses from £3 lOi. to £18, average price £10.

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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Original Poetry. GOULBURN. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 17 January 1846

OrtBiMl »Mtry. I GOULBURN. "* LYRIC* SUOQKSTED nun TBAYELLIKO DY MR. JONE*' KKW COACH MOM SYDJKY TO OOUlKUnX. Let British folks scheme lu their Railways aud Steam Which eause bat too oft broken bones, I'd rather trust raine ; Not on Beioington's line, But the Coach which is now run by Jones. Their puffings and »easing Ara vastly unpleasing, ~; This nuisance every one owns; But no'puffs are there . Except the fresh air : Inhaled on the New Coach of jones. As fro» Sydney we skirt Without timorous heat, ,.. Aud gaily we trot o'er the stones j Whilst the comfort and ease Each person must please Who " booka" for the Coach run by Jones. I don't think it right To journey all night, But would Utan rather rest weary bones Than bruise head and toil In a lumbering Mail, Which they don't do who travel by JoneB. Next eve we arrivo At Goulburn alive ; No accident any one moans, For safe as a pin ' . At tho fam'd Goulburn Inn We drink " to the New Coach of Jones."

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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COMFORT FOR OUR CITY RATE PAYERS. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 17 January 1846

COMFORT FOR OUR CITY RATE PAYERS. .. THERE is something amusing in the liber- ality displayed-by our Municipals in ¡the care they take of themselves and their " hangers on," by dividing the enormous amount of Four Thousand, and Seventy eight Pounds, annually,. for. salaries and office expenses, exacted from a patient and Corporation-ridden community, who de- rive quite as much benefit from' this im- provident outlayj as if they iuhabited the moon-the whole :object appearing to be to secure miscalled honors, and emolu- ments r for their partizans ; regardless of the interests of the liberal contributors. . Not even LisBôn, when JUNOT (we be- lieve that was the name of Napoleon's General) made his unwelcome visit to the capital. of Portugal in 1807, required a more vigorous " besom" to sweep out the " Augean" filth of the City, than is re- quired from those who receive enormous salaries in cleansing the bye lanes, allies, and purlieus of Sydney. JUNOT was not to be trifled with, he en...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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REMINISCENSES OF THE PENINSULA. THE GAY! THE BRAVE ELEVENTH[?] [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 17 January 1846

' BEMIKtSCEüSRS OF THE pi NiMSíT-A-.l 'THE OAT! TUB BRAVE ELr-ViïNTH ': '?} "Ilia jest whilst each blythe comtc4¿ «/turf. O*Ï* - ? ; fi un?, - . ! And marched to death with military j;;"* . ? - Tnt', talented and lamented VnH >;i lin north, Sut WALTER SCOTT, mu.-.i h a-/s Inc an eye on those heroes of nhunarcd jujhts-i wlien he penned his " Visions of Doiij Roderick," for never did men mardi to an| early grave from " the Siege of Flushing" in August, 1809, down to Easter Sunday, the 10th .April, 1814, when the Peninsula warfare terminated by the Battle of Toa; louse, with hungryer bellies or lighter heart?, than the heroes who fought undej , the banners of the above regiment. . j Tiicre has been something peculiar rela! ti ve to the engagements in which thc Eleventh Foot have ever appeared. , Whe- ther we take their Light Company, Bri- gaded with others, and sent from Gibraltar to repel the siege, when Soult investej Tarifa, on the shores of thc "Gui <f Gibraltar," in ...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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MILITARY INSPECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 17 January 1846

- MILITARY* INSPECTION. Os Wednesday last, the barrack-yard wp crowded with civilians, assembled for lly purpose of witnessing the inspection of tJj; troops by the Commander of the Forcea: It was rather an unsíuúí occurrence, thai} of having the Staffs of two regiments toga; ther, with their Bands, &c, on the paraí»^ ground at the same time. The JEleveniy appeared to command considerable atteiA tion, being a new arrival, and a fine bou1*1 of men. They marched past in slow frA quick time, followed by the 99th, ?>4 Bands of each "regiment enlivening tr,:-' scene, by their selection of " marches" ari,; quick steps.-We understand that Ht Excellency Sir -Maurice O'Connell . exit pressed himself in the warmest manner aij the appearance and discipline of thc Eleventh, which was thc more merited, in consequence of their recent arrival at Var. Diemen's Land, from whence they were so suddenly trans-shipped lo this eoicüiy.

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 — 17 January 1846

' Agents Dir titi* Tournai. -1» Ms. THOMAB DOWS» ... Driabaus Town " S. H. IÍAPSKY ... . Maitland ". .Tunir .... - Newcastle " Huon TAYLOB - . - - - Parramatta . " JAUES CULLEN:- » - . ? Windsor '' - " JOHX TAIT -s ¿- - 'i Hartley " Gao. A. Lows - -; -..Bathurst " B.C. HABBISOK . ... '.,,'.,.,Ywj;.i -, " M'AIIBTJBIH-Broulee ?' ? ? ." B. WABD - . . . MuWellbrook! . " DOTLB"'-' - - - ' - ." Berrima ' ,',* FBEDEBJCK MITCHELL - Goulburn " J, FLOBESQE M'CABTur - ..Campbelltown: Printed and published for the Proprietor, by JOHN VAUGHAN, of WooUoomooUoo, at th« Printing ^fflce, No, 17, Colonuad", Bridge-street, Sydney..- -

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 17 January 1846

DIED, Suddenly, of apoplexy, at the Clarence River, on the 24th December, 1845, Mr. Charles Ginty, late   of Strokestown, County Roscommon, Ireland. The peaceable and inoffensive disposition of the deceased rendered him an object of esteem and endearment to a numerous circle of relatives and friends. In him a disconsolate wife has to mourn the loss of a tender and loving husband, and two infant children that of a most affectionate father.  

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 — 17 January 1846

S3TASZZSHJP». 1337. :. XEWLS ALEXANDER,, HOUSE DEA trS¡fl,.. JOB-MASTEB, COACH -v; J ; ; . PROPRIETOR,.., ..CIT,*: BBX>OSX^O&-^> ',: ,!!:. :--.' > / r T-,S'T 'R.£E T;. :' TWO DÓORS FROM 'BROUGHAM1' PLACE;' T " ' ALEXANDER'begs leave' most rcs'pectfúny ? Iii' ' ' to tatura hisgrutcfuTtli'auks to Iiis friends and tlie public in general, for die'grant patronage be lins rocoivod for tho.last eight years, in his pro- fession and business, and again begs' to apprise ' thom that lie still continues to let out Horses, ' Carriages,'nud Gigs, of all'descriptions, from the, Buggy to his-sIap-up'-Four-in-IIand.'Drag,.which carries sixtech persons; Parties for plc nie or oilier, pleasure will Cud tliis carriage and set superior Jo auythiug iii tliis colony, at tlie low charge; of three guineas per day, ' His' post,- turn-bat cannot oe. equalled; and as regards his h'or'sos it'ia well known they possess blood, speed, and.bottom. Tho .whole of his harness is now, and he has added ...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 17 January 1846

Shipping; Xntéülgetioci ? ARRIVALS, v " ! JAN. 10.-The AirJericari whaling-ship Droper,; 201 tons. Lawton; master, " from the Whaling' Grounds...;.. .. . 10.--The schooner John. Bull, 72 tons; Brown, master, .from Kiapara, New Zealand, the 23rd December. ' Passengers-Hrs. Brown aud Mr. Partington. . ''. '. / L -'* . . '. 10.-Tho brig Eliza Kincaid, 305 tons, M'Whif ter, master, from Moreton Bay tho Otu Instaut. ' -.ll.-Tho ' brig Emnia, 121 tons, Fox,* master, from Adelaide the 21st ultimo. Passsengers-Mr. Pelham Dutton, Mr. Souerbier, Mr, M. Jouhna, and Mr. Webber. : . . ' :.'" ' 1 ll-The steamer Shamrock, 200 tonsj Gilmore, master, from Port Phillip the 4th, Launceston the Jthi and Boyd Town the 0th'instaut. - Passenger's -Mr. Bil ey, Mr. and Mrs. Cl Farie, Mr. Jolly, Mr. Brooks,- Mr;-Moore, Mr. Kay, Mr. and Mrs. Ayres, Mrs. Swindle's and two obüdrcn; Miss Weston, and hirty iu tho steerage. . ? ' "' H.-The steamer Sovereign, 110 torts,'Cape, master, from Moreton Bay the 8th instan...

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PORT PHILLIP. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 17 January 1846

j PORT PHILLIP. ; 1Í r Jirtyhtmi Haces.--These amusemerj set clown lor yesterday, were expected) ha\ e come. off .with éclat ; but in conj qtienbe .bl' the .w red hot winds" that jv vailed in the forenoon,' iriany, who othr wise would have .favoured. Brighton wita visit, pieferred remaining, *'in %the shadV The day did not j however'; pass away w£ out some1 sporty there -having- been the faces : the first df which was fo'r. the Bri| íon Giip^-fotir horses starting ; \von v] 1. the greatest easfe by Mr. bowell's i wil f I han. The second ,was a hack ra: : prize-^a .Bridle , and Saddle-for wh h four started; . Mc. Sutton's Catch'èni be aj the victor;.,.. But the best race of the 1 y was. the. pphjês, . which was. contested y jfive," ¡áñd. won by Àïf. Jlendersori|s Äoi ft .Ro&tn-^by which hg bécáme the posses >r of'a,-whip andpair.of spurs. Nothing >f moment occurred ; . but,, it; was genera y remarked tliát thëie. wàs 'à'g-reat falling rf in thc attendance df tile "fair ...

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 — 17 January 1846

Ziocal Intelligence. I HAWKESBURY SUBSCRIPTION RACES. I In.the advertisement of those Races, which I will be found in our front page, an error i has .occurred which it is necessary we i should i rectify. In the notice of the first rprfcje. to be run for on Friday, April 10, \ instead of " One three mile . Heat," : it should be " Heats twice round the course." Further,, instead . of' all horses to be en I tered on "the 7th day of April," it,should be on "the 31st Mardi." Also, instead of applications to be made previous to ". the 2nd day of April next," it should be previous lo " the 20th day of March next." 'And, instead pf the gate and grandstand will dc soy on Thursday. 'Vthe 2nd day of April,'? it shoûrilbe on Thursday, V. the 20th day of Mareil'*^ ^. - - t ' > -.--Cr-:-; As Iwi'j'.ttN-T APPLICATION.-On Mun ?lay Inst, at lie meeting of the City. Comiril, Mr. Jenkins presjtited a petition from the late Wharfin- ger of the Mjrket Wliarf, praying for relief in con- sequence of ti...

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 — 17 January 1846

Police Reports. >..??. -0- ' - , : *. MONDAY.-;-BEFORE MR. HENDERSON. J.P.-Thu drunkards mustered pretty, stroll); this morning, there being 13 men and 9 women, all oh! bauds, aud whose appearance was indicative of the misery wrought on theill by intemperate habits, they were disposed of in the nsnal mininer, ten shillings or twelve hours to the cells, a few got off by paying FIVE., Johanna Dacey, a nymph of easy virtue, was charged with being drunk, disorderly, and using obsceue language ; the constable who took her in charge not being iu attendance she was dis- charged. . :i' UNMANLY* ASSAULT.--TWO abie seamen belonging to a vessel in the harbour, were brought up on warrant; .charged by a lad named Whiting-. belonging to the samé vessel-with n violent assault ou his person, from the effects pr which oue of his 'eyes was much blackened dud blood-shot. In their defence they stated tliat tlje. lad lind provoked them ,to commit the offence.. Mr. Hill, J. P., who came on the bench d...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 17 January 1846

ANNIVERSARY DINNER. TUR Dinner to celébrate tb« 53th Anniversary of tue Colony will take »lace M the City Theatre, -Market-street, on Mouday, tile 20tb. lusUuiU 1'ue Chair will be taken by THU BIGHT WORSHIPFUL THE MAYOR. The following Oentletneu have cotsented to act as Stewards on the occasion : Messrs. K. FLOOD G. C. TURNER HENRY FISHER CHARLES ROBERTS JAMES BROWN JOHN LITTLE JAMES BEATTIE - RICHARD HAYES ISAAC TITTEHTOî» EDWARD RAl'ER ? ?"- THOMAS MAY JOHN KETTLE WILLIAM BARNETT DANIEL EGAN JAMES OATLEY GEORGE THORNTON RICHARD CULLED JAMES BYRNES, parramatta RICHARD UNDERWOOD GEORGE HILL. Tickets, Ids. each, which will include .the ad- mission of one lady to the Dress Circle, to be had on application to any of the Stewards, or to the I undersigned, GEORGE THORNTON, j Hon. Secretary. The Dinner and arrangements will be under the superinteudauce of Mr. P. J. Cohen GOULBURN RACES. First Day, February 24th, 1846. FIRST RACE. THE GOULBURN TOWN PLATE of .£10, for all horses, being the ...

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PORT PHILLIP. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 17 January 1846

PORT PHILLIP. An Expensive Present.-An amusing in- cident occurred at the Court of Requests on Wednesday last. A member of the Jewish persuasion sued a neighbour for tile value of a sucking pig. The defence set up was, that the pig had been made a present to the de- fendant by the plaintiff's wife. This was ad- mitted by the plaintiff, who, however, con- tended that his claim was still good, a wife having no right to give away the property of her husband. The Commissioner concuiring in his view of the case, gave a verdict for Hie amount claimed, together with costs. The de- fendant expressed his determination not to ac- cept presents for the future, unless accompanied by a receipt in full for the value of the arti- cle sent. This was a realization of the old adace. " presents are dear things." Coronet and Paganini.-At tîie Camp- bell Town races a bet of £500 wits offered to run Paganini against Coronet the Town Plate race over again, in which this horse was successful. Pour or five ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 17 January 1846

' ? JHiCfs S^M* 1§IÎ)&«"«Î)» ^rä^ILL be published each,Satur t day morning, at the Printing : Offie? 17, Bridge-street," where all . communications will be received. ; The lenna are Os. (Jd. per quarter^, and advertisements will be .charged, 2s. Cd. for thc first inch, with ls. for Ty .^eyerv addUiimal: ineh^ofoOTac^rè? -^'ite Q^fK"i»TrimTOte on the 31st March, 30th June, 30th September, and 31st December. . Parties wishing to discontinue, cari only do so by paying up to the j end of ' the current quarter j and Qthose entering theil* names as Sub- scribers, will only be charged/from the daté of their commencement. ^.^:;N0JICB.^AcÍvertísei!8 must] ^^;èpe!cify [ upon the back ot their ^j, .orders ::Ü4e-.:number of insertions, " % otherwise/they-will be continued \ until countermanded. ? . - - rr GOULBURN RACES. First Day, February 24th, 1846. FIRST RACE. THE GOULBURN TOWN PLATE ot £i0, tor I all horses,-being the botia Ode property of per- sons residing iu tile district ol Gou...

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To the Editor of Bell's Life in Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 17 January 1846

To the Editor of Bell's Life in Sydney. Sm,-Now that the trial bf Mr. Heydon the Auc- tioneer is over, nnil that he has been acquitted, nud most justly so in my opinion, of the charge preferred against him', namely, receiving stolen goods with tho knowledge that they hud bseii stolon, porhaps jua would allow me to notice in your columns a circumstance of rather a singular natur?, that took platte a few days prior to the healing of the cas.,» agiihst him. You are, I presume anare, that then; has been a uew society cs'tnhUshed, vjry. rt-.^ji.f'àn C&fholie* Guild ¿r St. Mary and St. Jotyph, and patronized by the Very Ifev, br. Polding, the Roman Catholic Arch Bishop. The first half-yearly meet- ing of this Society took plaice in St. Patrick's Hall on Sunday the 4th instant, (the Shridny immediately preceding the Criminal Sessions of the Supreme Court) when Dr. Polding addressed the fraternity at considerable length, expatiating on the many benefits that would be derived from su...

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 — 17 January 1846

Shipping- intelligence; -o ARRIVALS. : , Xix. 17.-The schooner Will Watt li," C3 tons, Burry, from Launceston the Otb, and JUoyd Town the lttth insant. Passengers--Mr. ami Mrs. Smith, and three children. 10.-Thc schooner Anita retiir'ned to port, having lost her bowsprit. Shu sailed lieucc ou the 12th instant for Hongkong. ,.. - . 10.-The schooner Coolangatta, DO tons, Walker j from Auckland tim 27th December, and tito Bay of Islands January 1, with sundries. Passenger Mr. Angus Nicol. 10.-The barque Kinnear, 370 tons, Veale, from Manila the 6th November, with 820 tons sugar. Passenger-Capt. Mackenzie, of Madras Army. 20.-The schooner Aurora, 40 tous, Parker, from Hokiauga the 'Jill iustant. Passenger-Mr. H. Mariuer. 20. -She schooner Spec, 100 tons, Dicey, from Batavia tho 20th November. 21. -The brig Essington 123 tons, Campbell, from Port Fairy the 14th instant. Passengers Mr. Burchett, Mr. Sprot, Mrs. Campbell and child, Mr. Taylor, Mr. Gurdie, and Mr. Gumtner. 21.-The barque Ju...

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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 — 17 January 1846

, Original Correspondeiicéi 5TO theEditor of Bell's Life in Sydney. .) SIB,-Having.perused aa article from Newcastle whichappeared yin your paper of Saturday weeli, icommenting ou theiconstabulary (bree of this place, and also one ia a contemporary of Saturday, which appeared by way of answer to the latter portion of it, which referred to the lock up keeper. I have been induced to submit a few rehiarks to the public on both letters, more especially thé latter- one. It is evident to every oue acquainted willi the lock-up keeper that the latter letter was written either by or for him. It commences by saying that " a very mean and ? despicable boy must that writer be." " "Now, whether that mèans aboy In years or'un- derstanding I cannot divine, for no name was sub- scribed to the original article, yet it is evident that he was a. mere child hi the history of. the lock-up keeper's character, and'also one at public writing, Tor had he. known or heard of anything against him, or been incl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 17 January 1846

BELL'S LIFE IN SYDNEY. THE Public are hereby captioned not to purchase any papers from the runners employed to deliver this journal, various Agents having been engaged throughout the town, of whom the paper can be obtained. Two Runners wanted ; apply at the olñce, 17, Bridge-street. DRAPERS' CLUB RACES. MONDAY, JANUARY 20TH, 1810. TJmplre-^-MTR. T. K. HOXSSBT. THF. DRAPERS* PURSE of Seventy Sovereigns. Heats once ruiiilcl and a dislauce. Arr. C. Newton's b. g. Sir Isaac, aged, llst4lbs., yellow jucket and purple cap. Mr. A. Wilshire's eli g. Emerald, 5 years, list. 41bs. scarlet and green jacket und bluck cap. Mr. Brnsnell's ok. rn. Black Bess, 5 years, 11st. 41bs., yellow jacket and blick cap. Mr. Fawcett's h. g. Ko'wrie Cum; i years, lOjt. 41bs., black jacket sud bluet cup. Mr. Gaunsan's roan g. Poppet; agntl, list. 41bs., scarlet jacket and block cup. Mr. Walker's b. g. Roger, 5 years; Hst. 41bs., tartan jacket and blackcap. Tlic LADIES' p'uRSE of Sixty Sovereigns. Heats , , buce...

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