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RAILROADS IN AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 7 February 1846

RAILROADS IN AUSTRALIA. ''Tho condition of our nffairs exacts a double cara And, like Iii d onlee! Janus, we must look Backward, as forward ; though a flattering calm liids us urge on, a sudden tempest raised, Not feared, much less expected, in our rear, .May foully full upon us, and distract us To our confusion." MASSINGER.

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE CITY MENAGERIE. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 7 February 1846

THE CITY MENAGERIE." SELDOM, indeed, do we visit the Bear Garden, nor should perigrinationsever lead us therein did we not conceive that a duty to the public required it at our hands. Duty then must be considered as a vis a tergo--displacing our glutei from.the cozy Editorial Chair-pushing us up George street, and the length forcing us into the York-street rendezvous for the contamin- ated and un-contaminated compound as- sembled, there. Instead of quietly listen- ing to the debates of others, or advancing some reasonable argument themselves, the generality of members are chatting to each other, winking and laughing at some- thing very racy that has just been said by cither one or other, exchanging slips of paper with some sawney reporter, who, of course, thinks it extremely knowing to Lave an Alderrran or Councillor recognize him during the hours of official dignity, and performing sundry and divers other ridiculous phantasmagoria, to show the public how easily the important concer...

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 — 7 February 1846

m<fC'$ fUifí tn lllgíwi), , TTS PtiBEiSHE^ach Satur ?"? day morning, at the Printing OfRe, 17, Bridge-street,, where all communications will be; received. The terms are 6.3. 6d.per quarter, arid advertisements wüTbe charged, 2s. 6d. for the first inch, with ls. for every additional inch of space. The Quarter's terminate on the 31st ... ; Märch^3jQth^i^^ and 31st December. Parties wishing to discontinue, . can only do so by paying up to the end of the current (juarterj and those entering their names as Sub" sçribers, will only be charged from the date of their commencement. NOTICE .-^-Advertisers must specify upon the back of then orders the number of insertions, otherwise they will be continued "until countermanded.

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 — 7 February 1846

To the Editor of Bell's Life in Sydney. SIB,-The appearance of a notice to correspond- ents" in you issue of tue 17th instant, which, by au ill arranged regulation of our.weekly mail, only ar- j rived here on Saturday evening lost,' has left but little reason to doubt that the same delusive per- suasions which had hitherto peen so successfully "employed by Slr. David Dunlop in suppressing the representations of hisunparallelcd career as a magis- trate, in some of the other journals, upon former occasions, have been no less successfully used in stifling the voice of Bell's Life-a journal to which a large portion of your commuuity were to look np and wonder at, as the " Inst key stone of the arch' over which the burthen of their grievances might have been in safety borne. You state that inquiry has controverted the injurious impression created by my report of the 27th ultimo, as fur os the char- acter of thc magistrate alluded to therein was con- cerned \ but I fear you have lopped a ...

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 — 7 February 1846

^ - Vt* \.» KING'S PLAINS RACES. FIRST DAY, THURSDAY THE 12TH or MARCH, 18-U3. riKST EACEi THE KING'S PLATE of XÙ^.for .ill horses; heats twice round the course ;' entrance, Xu". Tliree entrauces or uo race. BECO)91> ILACB¿ The Trial Stakes of £20, for horses" that have never stuned for any publie prize or sweepstake. Heals once round the course ; entrance Xv!. Three entrances or no race. THIRD BACH. Hack Race of.XlO, for all untrained horses carrying 10 stone; heats once round the course; entrance, £1. Three entrances or no racîfr The winner to bc sold for X17 if demanded of the Stewards, within one hour after winniug. . -T- : Sk . SECOND DAY, FRIDAY THE 13TH - MARCH, 1S4G. ' TIRST RACE.' Hurdle Race of £20, for all horses carrying lOat. lOlbs; three times round the course, over nine stiff leaps four feet high ; entrance £'i. Three entrances or uo" race. Ho hired jockey allowed to ride. SECOND SACS. Hack Hurdle Race of XIO. for all untrained horses carrying lOst. lOlbs.; heats o...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE APPROACHING CONTEST FOR THE CHAMPIONSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 7 February 1846

THE APPROACHING CONTEST FOR THE CHAMPIONSHIP. Notwithstanding thc pompous and cxtra-ofilcious intimations of the burly Commissioner of Police arrangements which both tile utmost caution com- bined with vigilauce suggests-are steadily in pro gross for tho satisfactory disposal of the question nt issue. Cholker's quarters are frequently visited by his friends, und a genoral approbation of his un- ceasing labour in training seems to elevate their already sanguine expectations. On Thursday a sort of bye-day took place, when, after the boomer had SET-TO with Huddigaddy, some amateurs took the ring, and succeeded in, affording great amuse- ment to tho spectators. George Hough is also under the continued surveillance of his backers, mid we understand he is in fine condition und full of confi- dence. Happy are we to learn that n universal feeling of disgust has been expressed by the Fistic Professors in New South Wales, nt the dastardly cowardice which was so conspicuously brought iuto play...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 7 February 1846

Shipping; Intelligence. ? -o ARRIVALS. JAXUAIIV ítl.-Tho ketch M.ary Ann, Q8 tons, Stapleton, muster, from Hobart Town the 17th Instant. Fr.nnUAnv 1.-Thc schooner Cheerful, 120 tons, Patrick, master, from Hobart Town thc 22ml January. 1.-Tho, barquo Robert Matthews, 303: tons, Phillips, master, from Port Phillip tho 25th of Jauttary, 1-Tho French ship Elizabeth, '103 tous, Dar mauilarits, master, from tho Whale Fishery. 1 1.-The barque Protons, 251 tons, Elliott, mas- ter, from the Whaling Grounds. j 3.-The French ship Narwal, 400 tons, Radau, master, from the whale fishery. Left Havre the 20th July, 1841, Sandwich islands tho 15th Nov. last, and Tahiti the Otlt ultimo. 3. -Tho French ship John Cockerel!, 338 ton«, Renouf, tnastor, from tho whale fishery, Left Havre the 7th August, 1811, uud Tahiti thc 4th ultimo. I 3.-Tho schooner Terror, fj.ï tons, Dunning, master, from Auckland thc 20th, and tho Barrier the 23th .Tniiun'ry. 4. -The schooner Munford, 107 tons, Orr, master, from Ne...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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SPARKES THE PUGILIST. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 7 February 1846

SPARKES THE PUGILIST. ATTENTION is called elsewhere to the long talked of presentation of a Belt to this Champion of middle (not liyht) weights We are, however, unable to give further information, than that an extremely unique article is in course of preparation, and will probably be ready for acceptance in the course of this month. Subscription lists are still open, and the patrons of good con- duct in the ring, would do well to en- courage its growth, by adding their trifling contributions to the amount to bc appro- priated in the purchase of this honorable symbol.

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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B U S H—C A R C O A R. CACOETHES SCRIBENDI. To the Editor of Bell's Life in Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 7 February 1846

B U S H-C A It C O A R . CACOETHES SCRIBEKDI. To the Editor of Bell's Life in Sydney. Sm,-My attention has been called to the production of " Q in the corner," which appeared in Ure Atlas of the 10th Instant, who after a tirade of twaddle, humbug, and unmeaning nonsense, accompanied by many mis-statements and point blank falsehoods, concludes by an uncalled for attack on the recent regulation, for run- ning the mail between Bathurst and Car- coar, three times a week, instead of twice, as heretofore, terming the new arrangement a nefarious jobbing! a slight of hand hocus pocus trick, requiring strict enquiry, &c, and stating that this alteration had entailed an additional expense on the Go- vernment of £45 for the year. The con- tract for 1845, for running the mail twice a week, was taken at £85 for the year, and at that sum, the contractor finds at the end of the year, he has gained a LOSS. . The present contractor has undertaken to run -the mail three times a week for £100,...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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TRIAL STAKES. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 7 February 1846

TRIAL «TAKES. I Sir E. Mackenzie's ns. br. o. Saltpetre, by Specula- tion, out. of Lady Clifton. Mr. C. Roberts' rn. c. Emperor, by Vagabond, out of Medora.' . Mr. C. Huberts' b. f. Australian Lass, by Egremont, ont or niggler. .. ' \ Mr. Tait's, blk. c. Whalebone, by Speculation, oty of Paraquat. .'. ' K -' Mr. T). Wilson's b. f. Cantaloupe, by Speculation, .ontofFairy. ., .-. ??..:, :\

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ST. LEGER STAKES. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 7 February 1846

BT. LEO ETI STADES. Mr. Dnwne's br..f. Linly Teresa, by Vagabond, out of Rakish Ki«. Mr. A.'Badgcry's b. f. Cinderella, by St. John, out of Cinderella. Mr. N. Lawson's gr. c. Grey Steel, by Cap%a pic, out of Dud ti. Mr. C. Roberts' b. c. Vlovor, by St. John, out of Fui ry. Mr. C. Roberts' rn. f. Bee.in a bonnet, by St. John, out of Spaewife, Mr. Llownc's eh. c. "Knight of the whistle, by Vaga- bond! out ol Countess. Mr. Hcalcy's ns. ch. g. Meteor, by Cannon Boll, dam unknown.

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OLD CALVERT AND-CARTER. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 7 February 1846

i OLD CALVERT AND-CARTER. A spicy rally attended with considerable derangement to the optic department of both combatants took place, between the above-named parties, on Thursday evening last, at Paddington. Fond of frolic, the amateur.« were exhibiting their respective dodges at a set-to, but like a couple of children, they became vexed at the hard kuock3 received by either. '* Do you mean that in earnest?" " Dont do that again," and such like, formed the preliminary train to the battle royal, which, presently began in a good.sloggingstyle,and was contintred with spirit fora few rounds, when bellows io mend enabled the alarmed spectators to interfere. The little affair was " short and sweet," and though the Professional powers of Mr. Bennet were in tolerable requisition throughout the night, hopes are entertained that these candidates for fistic fame will eie long be restored to thc blessings of health and strength.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 7 February 1846

TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS. TW} HE Editor of this Journal will feel Ja. obliged if those Subscribers, who do vol regularly receive thc paper on tho mornings of publication, will promptly intimate thc same at this Office.

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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HOMEBUSH. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 7 February 1846

HOMEBUSH. The subjoined list it will be seen gives .a greater " number of entries for the Trial Stakes, which will be run on the Qrst day of the Meeting. The other important Race, the St. Luger, has seldom been exceeded in numerical strength, or in the interest attached to the Race. The remaining en- tries will be made at the Royal Hotel, on Saturday, the 16th May. It will be seen by tlie advertisement' in another column, that thc " Squatters-Purse" forms a new feature, and it is to be hoped an important one in the programme of the " three days." Nominations for tbo Homcbuah St. IiOffer and Trial Stakos, ISftG.

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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BELL'S LIFE IN SYDNEY. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1846. Races to Come. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 7 February 1846

BELL'S LIFE IN SYDNEY. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1810. Haces to Como. -o tioulbonrn. 10lli,lltb,&10tbMcb. Hartley. Uli ami 6th March. Port Phillip. aith.aSth Mareil Muswellbrook. 21, 22, anil 23 April lIoiiiebush(AututiiuMcetiiig 27, 23, ami 21) May

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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English News. SONG OF THE STAG. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 7 February 1846

English Wewß, SONG OF THE STAG. The Railway lists proclaim the fact, " Deposits paiil this morn ;" All who have cash must sign the act; All who have none must mourn. Bulls, bears, around the alley thröug, , Il is the settling day ; Then raise the burden of our song, At last the Stag must pay. .With a heigh-ho, chevy!, Hark, forward, tantivy ! Then raise the burden of our song, At last the Stag must pay. Lists, prices current pass around; Their talk is of the Rail ; I The alley cohoes with tho sound, ] And Cnpel-court looks pale. The banks fill with on anxious throng, And money's, stiflythey say; The settling's come, too true our song; At last the Stag must .pay ! With a heigh-ho, &c; . IW Stag! for cash thy brokers bore, And rueful is thy face ; All thy addresses serve no more, Thy rigs are out of pince. But when the Alley runs thee down; As a tremendous doo, 'Tis äod to thiuk that half the towii Is just ns bad as you. Theil hcy-iio, chevy, icc.

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Settlers Price Current. CATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 7 February 1846

Settlers Price Current. Weight Price Purchaser 050 £-2 17 0 Neal OOO ii 10 0 Argent 735 3 0 0 Samuels 800 3 Í0¿}Sg£* Owner. No. Therry <J8 Thorn 00 Roberts 00 Benington 80 Roberts -100 Taipe 80.r) Connolly 430 Hamilton 005 51 50 5t öS 7 0 Samuels 7 7J Oakes 0 0 Argent 0 0 Cleeve HAY AND COBS MARKET« Hay 5s. to 5s. Od. per cwt., .average 5s. 3d.; Straw ls. Od. to äs. 3d. per cwt., average 2s.; Wheat b*3. lOd. to 4s. ld, per bushol, average 3s. I ljil.

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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 7 February 1846

Xiooal Intelligence. At a Sale by Auction of Horse Stock at Armstrong's Repository yesterday, brood mares sold from £10 to'JË30 ; geldings, from £12 to £'¿8. There was a full and most respectable attendance, and thc owners expressed themselves well satisfier1. PitocLAMATioii.-By his Excellency Sir George Gipps, Knight, Captain-General, and Gove - nor-in-Chief of the territory of New South Wales ai d its dependencies, and Vice-Admiral of the same. Sec., &o. Whereas the Lcgistativc Council, of this' colony stands prorogued to Tuesday, the 17th day of February instant,- and it is expedient further to" prorogue the same : Nov?, therefore, I, Sir George' Gipps, Governor of the colony of New South Wales, do hereby order and proclaim, that the said Legis- lative Council shall be and thc samo is accordingly further prorogued to Tuesday, tho thirty-first day of March next. Given under my hand and seul, at government house, Sydney, this third day of Fel-' ruary, iu the year of our Lor...

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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 — 7 February 1846

Original Correspondence. . Tö the Editor of Bell's Life vi Sydney. Sm,-Having read willi much satisfaction in your valuable journal the paragraph entitled Mr. Tun: the-Counter, (very properly named Rogues aud Thieves Tavern), and having heard from good authority the,following adJitionals-that a certain class of ladies who Indulge freely in Old Bob's cor- dials, and Mr. Turn-the Counter could not allow therd to disgrace llieni'solves iri tlfè day time in tho streets, very obligingly n'rfties" th'érñ into the wash- ^ house to rusticate; These ladies, not being stran- gers to the comforts of a watch-house; aud partly recovering, beg for the turnkey to' give them a re fréstíer (A GLASS OF WATEB, with' a promise not to get so again?, supposing they We're iri the watch house; A short time silice, some of these worthies were left there all night, and in the morning, fimliitg «li quiet (not being agreeable to them to lose a chanco), they found by removing a few bricks, they could ease him o...

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 — 7 February 1846

GOULBURN RACES. "?"N Consequence of the Quarter -?. Sessions anti Circuit Court at Beniina, the above Races will be postponed from February the 24th and following days, to the 10th, 11th, and 13th of March next. GOULBURN RACES. First Day, March the 10th, 1846. FIRST RACE. THE GOULBURN TOWN PLATE of £40, for all horses, being the bona fide property of per- sons residing iu the district of Goulburn, and bar- ing been so one month previous to the first Adver. tisement of the Races (viz. December 3rd). Heats twice round the course. Three entrances, 10 per cent, each, .the winner to carry Tibs, extra for any other Race during the meeting. SECOND RACE. The MAIDEN PLATE of £20, for all horses being the bona Ade property of persons residing in the district of Goulburn, or any of the adjoining dis- tricts, including Braidwood, and having been so one month previous to thc 3rd ol December last. Heats one mile and a quarter as for the first race. THIRD RACE. HACK RACE for .£7 10s., subject to t...

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