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The King. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 18 January 1845

OtîS- ïtittff. -o- . ' The admirers of the manly art of selfvdefenee will, we prognosticate, shortly have a treat. SPABKES is on the alert to get np something cither with the champion of the Richmond district or with Saris ; and from the subjoined letter the Englishman is quite prepared to jdo the needful for £100. To mn EDITOR or BELL'S LITE IX STDXET. SIB,-Haring observed in your last number a challenge from William Sparkes, to the effect that he wishes to hare a " tum up" with me for £50 aside-I beg to state that I am will ling to accom- modate him for £100 aside. Should this not meet the views of Sparkes' hackers, which I can scarcely doubt, I can only say, that I am open, to'fight any ll stone 7 lb. man in thc colony, without reference to colour or country, and shall be in Sydney some mue nen WBSK.-Í om, air, yuma, w:., ; _ WILLIAM DAVIES. Maitland, January 7th, 1849. CHALIESOE.-sjgarks is opea lo fight the young Tanner (Windred)-for £10, "¡£20, or £30 aside} Sparks will fight ...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE STEEPLE CHASE. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 18 January 1845

THE STEEPLE CHASE. In tracing his subject we generally find the historian revelling with peculiar delight in ancient lore, and glorying in such op- portunities to display his classical atlain * menta, and do full justice to the work he is upon ; the chronicler of the chase, for instance, will lead the reader back, step by step, through the pages of our own "early history, thence to the Roman, Grecian, and Persian, with some well applied quotations from Virgil, Homer, and Zenophon, up to " the mighty hunter" himself, or Esau, first and hairiest of huntsmen. Again, the man who chooses the turf as his theme, after inducing us to accompany him through all the grades and deeds ot British chivalry the Eclinsc. Highflyer, and .Axßk &J&,..tf) will, with but little hesitation, proceed td enlighten us os to the chariot racing on the Olympic plains-sunt quos curriculo, &c. Fortunately for such as may have no great taste for antiquities, the present subject re- quires bu...

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 — 18 January 1845

RACES. FCOMMEMORATION OF THE 57TU ANNI- VERSARY OF THE FOUNDATION OF THE COLONY, the following RACES will taita place on the Windsor Raee Course, on Wednesday,' the 20th instant, at twelve o'clock. FIRST RACE.-A new English Saddle, Saddla Cloth, Bridle and Martingale, will be run for hy Horses that never won an advertized Prize,' car- rying Homebush weights for ago; heats, twice' round tho Course; Entrances .¡£1 2s.' Od. (If more than six cutrances, the surplus money to' bo added to the prize.) _' SECOND RACE.-A Silver Watch' and' Chain, ' to be run for by Timor Ponies; subject to the' ap- proval of persons appointed. Entrance,' 10s. Od. ; catch weights ; heats, onco round the Course.' THIRD RACE.-A first-rate Chain Plough. For Cart bred Horses; Entrance, 10s. Od. Milo licats ; catch weights ; six entráñeos', rjgf* In consequence of tho Anuiversary.of the Foundation of thc Colony falling on a Suiiday, and tlie Court of Requests commencing on the following Monday,-Wednesday, the 20th...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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FOX HUNTING IN GREAT BRITAIN. [CONTINUED.] GOING TO COVERT. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 18 January 1845

FOX HUNTING IN GREAT,BRITAIN. [CONTINUED.] O Ol NO TO COVERT. The author of these remarks in proceeding with .his unpretending recital lays claim to no literary merit. The very title under which hisJ periodical makes its appearance-a '?'Sporting Reviewer"-is in itself as un- aspiring as the description here intended to be pursued.is straightforward ; and yet a strong claim Upon the generosity of criticism may be advanced by one who is attempting not only to deleniate some of the events of other men's lives, hut flushed with joyous re- collections to pourtray the very happiest moments of his own. We ' left our fox-hunting friends, full of hilarity and health, bowling along to cover ; and whit a spirit-stirring scene does Uic turnpike roan present on " such an occasion ; every thing conspires to render the picture a happy one. Youth, fortune, and applause, crowd upon each other to enrich the variegated landscape ; whilst viewed in perspective its consequences ensure the smiles and app...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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[?] and Ends. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 18 January 1845

. XS Iinji an ir 35UÖ0. Jj . How TO CXEAV A FOWLING-PIECE.-'Sir Astley j Cooper seemed to be innately philosophically dis- . ] , posed,, and always had some object of. practical ! . utility in view. In I1Í3 scientific enquires, he hod ; remarkable- facility of applying his knowledge to tho . i daily concents of life, and delighted in suggesting j . improvements for matters which might almost yj j aiipear* too trifling to attract Ids notice. I remem- j ber upoiivone occasion saying in Iiis hearing, " I j inuit send iiiy gun up to towri to have it cleaned, for tl ( it has become sd much leaded that it is unfit for j ; use." " Pooh !" said he, " seud it to London 1 - > ; | there is not the least occasion for it; keep a few jj1 ouuees of quicksilver in the gun-case, and thea you j ' eau easily unlead^ your gun yourself. Stop up tho S . ' touch hole by moans, of a little.wax; aiid then . pouring the quicksilver into the barrels, roll it along them for a few minutes. The mercury and th...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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DEPARTURES: [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 18 January 1845

(, DEFAUT DUES: JANUARY ll.--Shrtnirpck; steiinier, Captain Gil- more, for Broulee; Bo-Jd Town, Port Phillip, ? anil Launceston. For Broulee;-Hr. Garter and child. Mr. M'Loan, Miss Gannon,.Mr. John Maoallster, and Mr. L. Lipmnn. For Boyd Town.-Mr. John Terry Hughes, Mr. George Barclay, Mr. John Camp- bell, Mr. Lloyd, Mr. D. Beuton, Messrs. T. and C. Cairncy, and Mr. Coultou. For Port Phillip.-Mr. C. Kemp, Mr. Beswick, Mr. JFurtado, Mr. and Mrs. Webb, Mr; G. C. Curlewis, Mr. Mortimer,Mrs. Mary Bennett, Mr. Murray, . Mr. West, Mr.'T. Cochrane, Miss Mosshope, Mr; john Short, Mr. E. Nathau, Master Nathau, Mr. William Hart, Miss Sparkes; Messrs. Mappin, Lodge and Duncan. For Launces- ton.-Mr. Daniel Hogers. l-l.-Sovereign, steamer. Cape, for Moreton Bay; Passengers-three in the steerage. 15.-Parrock Hall, Goldsmith, for London« Passengers-Mr; nud Miss Mead, Mr. Wade. Dr Johnson, Mr. and Mrs Gani; ?.iisses Agnes, Eliza- beth, and Emma Gard, Master William Gard, Mr. Ashford, Mr. Atkins, Mr...

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To Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 18 January 1845

Co «Torre »pontor nt*. - X.-Not ranch ?wonder can he expressed »t the champion of England challenging to fight " catch weights," as the brawny hero enters the ring 13 stone-that is, Sst. 81b. heavier than the Dcaf-uu «ver fonght. ?A MORPETH SUBSCRIBER.-Light weights are under Oat. 71b. ; middle weights up to lOiC 71b.; all above that must be considered heavy. ;DRAMA.-We cannot insert communications of ÚU3 nature, unless at least qualified "by the-ap- pearance of-fair censure, in having a name and . address attached. 'ABERNETHY wa3 nearer 70 than CO at his death. We shall be able to give the particulars in our next number. Our Maitland correspondent's communication came to hand too late for insertion in our last "week's number._j

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[?]dds and Ends [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 18 January 1845

<©ÖÖj5 anti 3Sitö0. -c LEGAL ELOQCESCE.-In an action for seduction recently instituted against one Honorable Splitting ton Breakhcart Blubberly Brick, commonly called Lord Brick ; tile damages ¿re laid at üüü,ÖOO, and tho loamed advocate commenced his appeal to tho Jury thus-" Gentlemen of the jury, au injured gentle - man appeals to you for justice; ho has been de- prived, by the iutriguo of the defendant, of one who may be said to have been to him a flannel waist cónt mid a comforter, for she slept upon his bosom and twined round his neck ¡ she was the bolster to his head, and the warming-pan to his limbs. Now, she is lost td him, to tho world; and to herself, leud ing a life of abandoimient under the blanket of the defendant's iniquity. The plaintiff is a lost man. He has not the courage to elevate the umbrellu of his mind against the pitiless rain of this calamity. No friendly Mackintosh. has he to keep off the raging storm: he cannot wipo off with the Indian rubber o...

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CAUNT v. DAVIS; OR, A COMPARISON BETWEEN THE LONDON AND N. S. WALES RING. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 18 January 1845

OAÜNT v. DAVIS; OR, IL COMPARISON BETWEEN THE LONDON AND N. S. WALES RING. MB. EDITOB-In lately perusing a London *' Bell's Life," of August'l 8,1844,1 saw a challenge signed by Caunt the champion, to fight for £25, and it instantly occurred to me how presumptuous it was in a mere " rough"-a regular "outsider" refusing to enter the Botany Bay ring for less than "£100. if it was not perfectly understood that Davis was like a jKilkenny cat, " all fight," and no mistake, the " muffs" would say there were strong symptoms of a white feather. The " stringy bork" "cove, sooner than not have a turn-up with this Liverpool " Achilles," would fight him for " love." Ain't it queer that »he Natives should be such "'"tigers"* V<á¡Éát-' : , SSE? remain, Sir, ' -^P^' ' TOUTS, Sec» AN AMATEUR. "Sydney, January 16,18Ï5. [Our correspondent is'incorrect as far as Cannt's «hallëngo to fight for £25 is concerned. The 'champion of England has recently refused to enter -the lists under ¿500 a-si...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 18 January 1845

BELL'S LIFE IN SYDNEY "VÄf ILL be published each Satur . " day at 4 p.m., at the Printing Office, 17, Bridge-street, where all communications will be received. The terms are Cs. per quarter, in advance; 7s. 6d. credit; and advertisements will be charged, 2s. (5d. for the first inch, with ls. for every additional inch ofspace. tgigp Where, Agencies aie not formed, the ' only safe mode for parties desirous of becoming Sub- scribers, to ensure the régulai' re- ceipt of our future numbers, will be to communicate directly with the office in Sydney, enclosing the re- quired advance. . .WOOL AND TALLOW. TïTOOLAND TALLOW purchased, or a liberal VV Cash advance given thereon upon the day ¿ ol delivery into Store, for consignment to Liverpool or London hy BUCHANAN AND CO. ' OTFICE-Lyons' Buildings, George-street. STOKES-Darling Harbour Wharf, late Gosling, Brown, and Co.'s. GENUINE VERSUS SPU1UOUS ECONOMY. THE senseless clamour after ultra-cheapness (or in other words, " Sr-URious ECONOMY,") ...

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PRISON DISCIPLINE. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 18 January 1845

PRISON DISCIPLINE. LAW-MAKERS are continually prating about the necessity of a reformatory process in the economy of penal regulations. Every re- flective man owns the importance of such a scheme, every moral and humane mau is dis- gusted at its protracted introduction ; and yet look at"the lack of such highly encomiumized measures. Look at our gaols ! look at our convict establishments. In all these ren- dezvous of wretchedness and crime, men of all ages and shades of guilt are to be seen huddled together, disseminating in the ratio of their pollution the evil propel ties of their order. The bid (not in years but in iniquity) contaminating the young ; the young, with instinctive affinity, imbibing from the de- pravity of the old, without any contra- in- dicating power to direct, them to a more healthy and a fairer prospect in life : or without occupation (as in the case of gaols), to interrupt the reciprocal ebb and flow of infamy. " Advance Australia" is.the patriot's watch- word ...

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BELL'S LIFE IN SYDNEY. SATURDAY, JANUARY 18, 1845. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 18 January 1845

BELL'S LIFE IN SYDNEY. SATURDAY,' JANUARY 1.8, 1S4.0. THE disturbances, the exposure, and the disgust, which have recently succeeded each other with great rapidity upon the English race course, and which have tended to drive men of pure motives and honorable views from the sphère they had long occupied as patrons of the Turf, should, we conceive, act as a salutary check upon those LEGGING pro- pensities which have hitherto in an eminent degree characterized the race meetings of New South Wales-and which even up to the present moment seem to be- fos- tered and cherished by those who would fain have the world look upon them as lovers of fair play. . The' amount of betting here does not, however," allow of such wholesale plunder being extracted from the pockets of the unwary as in the speculative spheres of Newmarket or Ascot, and the con- sequence is, that the Sydney LEG has to ac- commodate himself' to very low schemes, and the most pitiable measures for success. We will sunuose one ...

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IMPORTANT TO SHOPKEEPERS. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 18 January 1845

IMPORTANT TO SHOPKEEPERS. . Attention, gentlemen, if you please, to Punch. He his a suggestion to make to you j one which concerns your pockets. Gentlemen, you wisely erect Gothic, Elizabethan, Louis Quatorze, Arabesque, Grotesque, and Nondescript shop fronts in first-rate style. May you get credit for your outlay equal to what Punch gives you for your sagacity 1 For you ate very sagacious. You know that a discerning public has de- cided that good wine IÍOES need a bush ; and that all is gold that glitters; and that the more you spend in show, the less you are likely to charse for goods. The notifications of " Awful Sacrifices," and " Tremendous Failures'" in your said windows are very clever. Your advertising vehicles are fine notions. The ideal dandy (not to say beau ideal) which you in par- ticular, tailors, station in your door-ways, ia a capital invention. Your decoy ducks, or, if you please yourselves, ore very knowing birds : your traps are baited admirably. Still, theie is a...

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Literature. THE LIFE OF GEORGE BRUMMELL, ESQ. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 18 January 1845

îUtcvatu ve. THE LIFE OF GEoltGE BRUMMELL, ESQ. BY CAPTAIN JESSE. J aere is a great deal ot pleasant cunoni gossip in these careless* volumes. Tito disreputable old ghosts of the close of tho last century are brought up from '.' limbo," and made to walk the world again. Fox and Sheridan, the beautiful Georgiana of Devonshire, the Prince of Wales (august shade of sixteen stone!), and numbers more of the fashionable defunct, make their ap- pearance round the revived Brummell, and live in Jesse's volumes one day more. And the book has a moral with it-the moral of "the Rake's Progress." The great dis- - coverer of starched neckcloths flourishes in a society of which it may be said that it was worthy of him-is vanquished by common sense, in the stern person bf tho bailiff-lives on in exile a swindling epicure, and die3 a miserable old idiot in the straw of the Bon Sauveur. The story is nar- rated by a manly jovial historian, quite alive to the moral of tho tale, while he gives iu details...

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SPORTING REVIEWER. The Turf. MAITLAND RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 18 January 1845

SPORTING REVIEWER. Çurf. -o MAITLAND DACES. ' The Christmas Taces came off on Thursday and -Friday, and the attendance was very good. Tho sport was excellent ; some crack hacks having been in training for a length of time to make merry on 'the occasion. The first race for the Maitland Christmas Box, 'of £10, for all horses carrying weight for age ; 2 mile heats ; entrance, £1. The following horses " started : Mr. Ryan's Spring Heel Jack. 1 1 ; " Reeves' Robin Hood, 5 yrs. old.... 2 2 " Wade's Scratch, 4 yrs. old. dis. The first heat was a capital race between Spring Beel Jack and Robin Hood ; both horses keepiug neck and neck 4.0 the judge's cha'r ; Robin leading. The second time round it was impossible to decide which.would win, until they came to the distance post, when Jack drew a-hcad, and won by half a length. It'.was evident that Robin was too fat to carry extra against Spring Heel. The second heat, Robin again took tile lead ; but it was evident that Tie had no chance, in con...

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[?]oral Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 18 January 1845

VLvtaX Intelligence. SYDXEY DELIVERED OB THE PBIXCELY BUC- CANEER.--"We have been favoured with a copy ol this most amusing and witty production, and though its advertised introduction had led ns to expect a fund of racy humour and burlesque, we gladly at- test that our expectations have been by no means disappointed. The very motto, an ingenious para plirose of the "Arma virumque cano" of our school companion, is characteristic of the serio-coraical vein carried through the work- We strongly recom- mend the lovers of fun to procure this ably written satire upon the absurd pretensions of the Joinville clique. ILLIOITIMATE CHILDREN'.-Scarcely a week passes but one or two cases of this description are disposed of at the Police Office, alike discreditable to the father (who in his endeavours to relieve him- self from, any pecuniary obligation for the maintain auce of his spurious offspring, brings what. " legal tact" he can procure to bear on his dupe) as it is I disgraceful to the soc...

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Shipping News. ARRIVALS [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 18 January 1845

..SBtP0i"0 Neuis. ... ,-r'' - -o ARRIVALS           JANUARY 12.-Sovereign, steamer, 119 tons,.Çapt. Cape, from Moreton Bay on Friday last, with 130 bales of wool, &c. Passengers-Messrs. George, Patrick, and Walter Leslie, Mr. Mackenzie, Mr. W. Hoy, and four in the steerage. ' 18.-Bose, barque, 421 tons, (of Halifax) Capt. Creighton, from the Whaling Grounds, with 1,300 barrels of sperm oil; .. ... . 13.-William the Fourth, steamer, 53 tons, Cap tain Wiseman, from the Clarence River the 10th instant. Passengers-Miss Pagan, Dr. Imlay, and Mr. Alderson,     14.-Maitland, steamer, Parsons, from Port Afar, quarie. Passengers-Mr. Phillip Cohen, and Uv« in the steerage. 15;-Comet, schooner, Cork, from Port Nichol- son the 23rd, Port Nelson the 29th, and Port Hardy file 31st ultimo: Passengers-Mrs. Cork, Mr. Dun, Mr. Allsop, Mr. and Mrs; Maher, and threa children. 10.-Franklin, American barque...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 25 January 1845

Edite'ai'lPrintea, and Published, ' by'. THOMAS REVEL JOHNSON, of Elizabeth-street South, at the Printing Office, No.. 17, Bridge-street, Sydney.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 25 January 1845

it LI -.: . . i : Co «rorrcftpontotntt. "3* We must request our «gents to forward os «ll fmonies received on account .of this office, other wise they will be liable to the full amount due ¡j as a credit price. ? '.-The advertisement to the Hawkesbury Boee has . not come to hand. ; 'HAKCE.-Our papers are invariably forwarded from this ofHce to country subscribers at the moment of publication-viz., 4 o'clock, p.m., and the delays complained of are beyond our power. ! 'ENRITH SUBSCRIBER.-The great 2,000 sovereign match of 1844, ended in a walk over.

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ENIGMA. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 25 January 1845

rr ENIGMA. j I speak English, and French, and can freely re; hearse The Lord's Prayer in Iioiriaic; bnt ns to Greek verse, I'm au adept to scan, prove; liarse, or indite it, Yet " niirnbile dictu" I ne'er learnt to write it. In Italian, or Wendish, or Spanish, or Dutch; Sanscrit, Persian; Armenian, or languages such As are spoken in Finland, KamschaUtaj Japan; Mahratta, Arabia,.Bohemia, Chusan, I can hold fluent èonverseT-yet odd it appears; That I neither have eyes, a nose; fingers; nor ears; For I am flesh and blood, and was moulded from dust t sadly om prone to give way unto lust. In the Garden of Eden, whence Adam was driven, I taught man's first motlier to err against Heaven j And I've lived in the ark which with Noah with- stood The rage of the storm and the pitiless flood. At the building of Babel, the labourers staid The great work of the Tower, by my prowess dis-, mayed ; And the Jackass of Balaam (so Scripture records), Of my presence in brutes a quaint instance affords." ...

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