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Country News. PARRAMATTA. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 14 February 1846

Country Wows. PARRAMATTA. HYAK if A""t*úxi£.-Saturday waa a day which will bc J0BB memorable ia Parramatta, in the re dp.otnblc chief-the New South Wales Tybalt-the L Prince of uoo-killcrs- declaring that he was frightened altogether - first, of Mr. Char'es I Blakelleld, or n friend of his, aud secondly, frightened <jf himself : but, to the Diarrcllous history. a Mr. Charles Blakefield appeared before thc bench, on which was thc police magistrate and Or. Forster, and G. B. Suttor, .Esq., to show cause-why he Mr.--D!iii*v-i.v,> . - j portinent questions ns to how-i-. the mnn uf peace amt meekness lielil, hut winer the court lieltl to be irrelevant ; and, when the police magistrate was tired of talking, thc two Solons, Suttor and Foster, blew their penny trum- pets, for the double purpose of hearing themselves squeak and affording tho principal time to draw breath. The question was then asked about Mac kay's being threatened with lo.« of license, already commented on in ...

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 — 14 February 1846

8.-The brig Essñigtotí, Campbell, roaster, fur '] Port Fairy. I 10.-Tho brig Dauiel Watson, Watson, master, ! for Auckland. 10.-The barque Itegia, Morrison, master for Adelaide. 10.-The schooner Aurora, Parker, master, for Hokianga. 10.-Tho ship Draper, Lawton, master, for the South^Sea Fishery. I. While perusing News, after breakfast to day, Some scribbling attracted my eye ; Twas a slur on thc MAIL ; perpetrated by J, Hut lite stupid attempt 1 defy. Pooh ! Pooh ! Mr. J. if you once had lcflcctcd, Your error you'd surely bewail ; None ever suspected, that "you" were connected At all, with Her Majesty's MAIL. Her Majesty's MAIL, Uko Her own Royal Prince, Must ever bc freo from reproach ; And indeed, you should hesitate, tremble and wince, To name either, along with your " Coach. THE ROYAL MAIL To Port Phillip, Yass, Goulburn, Berrima ¿i.e., EAVES TITTF.RTON'S every Tuesday, Wed -i nesday, and Saturday at 5 o'clock p. .M." Fares : From Sydney to Picton. 0 10 0 " " Berrima. 0 l-l 0 " ...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 14 February 1846

PUNISHMENT OF-A SÈDCCETI IN DEXMAHK.-A letter from Copenhagen, of the 24th ult, gives uri tho following case, showing the Inws of Denmark* with regard to persons who seduce innocent girls under promise of marriage, which they afterwards refuse to perform :-In January last, M. Laureut Mikkclsen, a blacksmith, and Mademoiselle Olino Frederica Phillipson, a young, dress-maker, nu orphan, without father or mother, were affianced. Tn faith of this pledge tho poor girl yielded to thu importunities of her lover, and became with child by hun. ' As soon as this was made Unownjotho _v... . : blacksmith, lie not only rescinded JW"¡-.Y-ó£i* *ttgflS^js&-'?«A uould not suilcr the weak ~*. ; '.-Tí<* L- t. Nothing was left for h'%-.. -, * < 'i?.? to institute iv 80'* , J>-ir«. ' ' * -i'\fc. tribunal, w{*' <.-....-"-» ,_ '-.«. .">;. fiy form i* , \ fr.. - * " " rn*' v ^ ?" A.?-. 1 *? " -, i ? .

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 14 February 1846

\y ">~,".r,--.cu ptJCûgoguc ur Quack Convcy ? ancer, waited upon llie powers that bc," begging that their prayer might be heard, that Burchell should be forthwith confined, in order to prevent thc dreadful catastrophy thal might follow su. h an inhuman exhi- bition. Their prayer was acceded to; Burchell was captured, and placed in dur- ance; and his friends had to be under the disagreeable necessity of forfeiting the amount down, and thc pleasure of witness- ing a good Mill. However, the Beaks and and Ranters were for once outwitted, for scarcely had Burchell been quoded, before wc were called upon to draw up aii ar- rangement between Jem Richards and Frank Norris, two heavy weights, to fight in the roped ring that had been prepared for thc two little uns. Preliminaries being settled, and Ten pounds aside deposited, thc whereabouts was made known to the Fancy, and by them to their friends, and at six o'clock thc following morning, the ling was surrounded by about 500 specta- tors...

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 — 14 February 1846

Police Reports. A TALE OF A BUCKET.-David Ryan, an elderly gentleman attired in greasy fnstian, was charged beforo Alderman Holden on Monday last, wi:h stealing a bucket from tho market pump in George-street. The prisoner in his defence entered into a pathetic disquisition on the weakness of his organs of visions, and acknowledged to have used the bucket solely for the purpose of cleansing the suffering members. The evidence of constable M'Manus by whom the prisoner had been appre- hended supported the accusation and the prisoner Was committed to take his trial, in order that he moy have a chance of washing "his hands ol'," "3 well as his face in thc affair. PECUNIARY MISFORTUNES.-Ann Clarke was charged by coustablo Cameron with stealing three half-crowns and a shilling the property of Ann Tracey. Three half-pence only were found in possession of tho prisoner. The proseeutrix be- tween whom and the prisoner a closo personal re- semblance existed, informed thc bench, that she resided...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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THE PARRAMATTA FACTORY CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 14 February 1846

THE PARRAMATTA FACTORY CASE. After the expense which Hie colony, as well as the defendants in the matter of the Queen v. Bell and Hamilton, have been, as far as it has gone, needlessly put to, we find that Her Majesty's Attorney-General is about to commence proceedings de novo against thc said defendants in the Criminal Court, that officer having, on Saturday the 7th instant (the last day of term,) moved for, and obtained an order of the court for the case to be tried before a spe- cial jury ; and it was decided that the trial should commence an Monday, April Gth' the first day of the ensuing Criminal Ses- sions, and that it should be carried on in the Court House in King-street, so as not to interfere with the other criminal busi- ness at Darlinghurst. The Attorney General had, some time previously, pub- licly intimated Iiis intention, and slated that if the defendants did not voluntarily come forward and enter into recognizances to appear to take their trial, warrants would be iss...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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TO HIS EXCELLENCY SIR GEORGE GIPPS, KNIGHT, CAPTAIN-GENERAL, GOVERNOR, &c. &c. &c. Per favor of Bell's Life in Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 14 February 1846

TO HIS EXCELLENCY SIR GEORGE GIPPS, KNIGHT, CAPTAIN-GENEUAL, GOVERNOR, &c. &c. &c. Per favor of Bell's Life in Sydney. "-dum vitia quodatn vitaut iu contrarii currunt." HORACE. " --velim interpretan palim," " Setl non -?-" May it please your Excellency, I would feel unwilling, on any trivia occasion, lo make an inroad on your Ex- cellency's valuable time ; but in the pre- sent instance, my best judgement point! out no other alternative than to submit thc following circumstances to your Excellency os the proper medium of reference. A few days ago, I was conversing with a respectable householder in ibis town, whc pointed out to me, a brick hut, on the side of the road, al thc bottom of the village which he stated, was about lo be opened as an inn, on the ensuing licensing day. What, I i-eplied, that obscure ignoble cot- tage ! Why, it is neither suitable, nor does it contain any one of the requisites or ac- commodations required by the act.' "It is »io matter,"...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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AWE[?]R[?]TES OF JACKSON. The Father of the Modern School ofBoxing [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 14 February 1846

-QT'IECTSGTES OF ÏACHSOH. The Father of the XUodern School ofSoxingr Mn. JACKSON- AND HIS TI MKS.-The pride of Mendoza, like that of Brougham, was destined to have a fall-he in turn was to be driven from his 'high estate.' Howe- ver perfect to his art, the march of im- provement was progressive. A new star arose in the milling hemisphere. This was Mr. John Jackson, who may with truth be pronounced the father of the modern school of boxing, and who not only supplanted the Jew, but took a higher position in the scale of society, and obtained more in- fluence among all ranks, from the peer to the peasantj from the firmness and ur- banity of his manners, combined with the finished requisites ' of a boxer, than any man by whom he had been preceded, or by whom he has been followed. Mr. Jackson was born in London, and was the son of an eminent builder, by whom the arch was thrown over the old Fleet ditch. His uncles were farmers and tenants of the Duke of Bedford and the Marquis of Hertfor...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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OBTAINING MONEY UNDER FALSE PRETENCES. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 14 February 1846

OBTAINING MONEY UNDER FALSE PRETENCES. On Wednesday last, the most intense anxiety prevailed as to the issue of the trial which involved the respectability of a gentleman who as a colonial figurante has succeeded in wining golden opinions from a variety of persons of every grade ; and painful as is the necessity-a necessity arising from the duty due by the press to the public-of. attracting par- ticular attention to the details of this important trial, we shrink not from thc task, though, if ever sincerity was stamped upon the records of a journalist, this bears the indelible imprint of our sor- row and sympathy. Not that we commis- erate tlie subdued and stricken passions of a great ruffian, or of a well-bred villian ; as in common with-the admitted rules of Justice, we conceive that the errors of men whose, education has taught them more particularly to shun crime, and whose highly cultivated minds have enabled them to decide resolutely between right and wrong, should merit additi...

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Sydney Quarter Sessions. SATURDAY, 7TH FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 14 February 1846

Sydney Quarter Sessions. SATURDAY, 7TH FEnnuAiiv. Thomas Crossoii, free by servitude, pleaded guilty to a charge of stealing a hat ; six months's labor iu au ironed gang. John Shaw, arrived free, pleaded guilty to a charge of stealing a pair of trowsers, jacket, &c. ; six months' labour in Sydney gaol. Michael Reardou, arrived free, pleaded guilty to stealing books from Mr. Coleman, George street ; six months' labor in Sjdney gaol-last three days of each mouth in solitary confinement. William M'Quillan, bond, convicted of stealing from the police oflice store watches, money, &c, was sentenced to 15 years' transportation. Eliza Young, arrived free, and Thomas Cavanagh, free by servitude, fur receiving the same, were sen- tenced, thc woman to 13 months' labour in Sydney gaol ; the man to 3 years in an ironed gang. William Smith, born in the colony, was con- victed of stealing a horse, cart, harness, &c. ; six months' labour in Sydney gaol-three last days of eac...

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 — 21 February 1846

.Agents, for tnlB Tournai. Mn. THOMAS DOWSE - - . Brisbane Town " S.H. RAPSEY - - -... Maitland . " TULMT - - - - -. - Newcastle " HUGII TAYLOB - - - . Parramatta " JAMES CULLEN - - - . Windsor *". JOUÍÍ-TAÍI!' Hartley ? ,j GEO. A. LOWE -. '.' - - Bathurst " B. 0. HABBISON ... Yass ' ,," M'ALISXBB - - ' - - . Broulee " B. WABD - ..... Muswellbrook " DOYLB ------ Berrima " FHEDEUICK MITCUELL . Goulburn .. » J¿FLOBENOE M'CABTUY - ' Campbelltown. Printed and published by theTroprietor, THOMAS REVEL JOHNSON, of Balhurst-street^nh« ? Printiug Office, 17, Qolonundo, Brides" '

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 21 February 1846

SUippin.gr Intelligence. -o ARRIVALS. FEII. 14.-Thc barque Queen, 370 tons, Conlon, from Liverpool the iud November. 14.-The brig Malcolm, SCO tons* Malcolm, from Bahia 23rd October, ami Adelaide 2!lth January. 14. -The schooner Catherine, 103 tons, Ward, from Melbourne, thc 3rd instant. 15. -The brig Maukin, 145 tons, Pringle, from Auckland the 30th ultimo. 15.-The barque Antilles, 195 tons, Millar, from Canton the 2nd, und Hongkong the Tth December. 15.-iTho steamer Maitland, 105 tons, Parsons, from Port Macquarie the 13th instant. 10.-Tho brig Dorset, 81 tons, Walsh, from Adelaide the 8lh instant. 18.-The American ship Mary, 287 tons, Corey, master, from the whaling grounds ; left New Bed- ford tho 10th of June, 184-1. 18.-The Americon ship Julius Ceesar, 347 tons, Lyons, master, from Port Otago, New Zealand, the 1st. instant. _ li).-Tho barque, Syd uer, 344 tons, Post Office Packet, White, master, from thc Downs the Oth of November. DEPARTURES. FEB. 15.-The brig'Phantom, Chilcot...

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Settlers Price Current. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 21 February 1846

Settlers Price Current. -o Owner. Collit's CnVs Stater's Murray's Merrett Bosley No. 84 41 30 47 40 CO CATTLE. Weight 030 700 GOO ono 700 700 Price Purchaser I ** 00) Sèy&l 31°4pefS&l » H SS. 2 10 0 Neale 8 10 0 Merrett 3 10 0 Cleeve -o Hay, 122 loads, from 5s. Od. to Os. Od , average i Cs. Ud. Straw, 24 loads, from ls. Od. to 2s., average I ls. 74. Fodder, from Cd. to 8d. per dozen. Bedding, from 3s. Od. to 4s. per load. . Wheat, from 3s. Od. to 3s. lOd. per bushel, aver- age 3s. S.V.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 21 February 1846

day "nu-. - '.< '/ o'clock. A ; . ... scribers and the public .> in this manly and gallant apea^ . took place, and steep shore ot Domain. " *veJl as the floating baths, were avered with spectators. Tlie first match was opeu to the whole colony, and we regret that so few besides the subscribers to the baths came forward to contest the prize-a handsome silver ;. cup, value £8 8s.-and to strive for the '.'<? honour of wearing the swimming belt for ? the next twelve months. ...<.. At 7 o'clock, the entrances being com- pleted, the following six fine young men appeared stripped, each wearing a dis- tinguishing cap fitting close to the head, ready for the start :- . Mr. W. Redman, junior Mr. Alister Maclean Mr. J. Redman, senior Mr. G. Thornton Mr. Green Mr. Whitbread. The start from the surface of the water took place at a quarter past 7-the swim- ming throughout was admirable; but es- pecially the contest for the first and second place was most gallan...

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Varieties. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 21 February 1846

Varieties. -o THE GREATEST MOSQUITO STORY YET.-A cor- respondent writes concerning the mosquitoes at Kurrajong, that a mau living at thc Orand IUvcr, was exceedingly annoyed hy tho mosquitoes, aud _toolc shelter undor au inverted Boiling Down Cop- per. His first emotions of joy for happy deliverance and secure asylum wero hardly over, when the mosquitoes having found him, began to drive their proboscis through the Copper ; fortunately he had a hammer in his pocket, aud he clenched them down as fast as they came through, until at last such a host of'them was fastened upon thc poor man's domicile, that they rose and flew away with it, leaving him shelterless. ' I'm losing flesh,' as the butcher said when he saw a man robbing his cart. _ ' .. ? :.-.¡... ^JV-Ï; pocket. Overhearing, one day, a hint to that effect,"' he made the foliowiug speech:-' Other gentlemen \ puts down what they thinks proper, and so do Iv ' Charity's a private concern, aud what I gives ia NOTUIXO TO NOBODY. SPECUL...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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PENRITH. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 21 February 1846

PENRITH. Tim town mid neighbourhood of Penrith wits visited with un unprecedentedly severe storm of rain and hail, on Wednesday lust, during the Agri- cultural Show. The dispersion of the populace men, women, and children-the squnlling nnd snorting in tho booths, would havo been laughable and amusing to any who could have witnessed the si'.eue without partaking of the benefit. The tobacco crop throughout tho lower part of the district has been utterly destroyed.

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 — 21 February 1846

Ziooal XntelUgörico. ': !''!' ! . . A. GoD-sEND. - We understand "that LITTLE HALY, the flash Waterloo cabman received -pöl. 'this'.week from *' the captain," for the small affair with his "little girl," her who had tho láison with au aoquaiutance of oars in Brougham . Placa ; . some little time hack. The affair was «cttled'óut of court, the captain paying the legal expenses li; . A DISAPPOINTMENT.-Mr. John Kabler . the veteran pugilist,- and :who. only arrived from. "Bathurst the previous.doy, for, the,purpose, (as wo understand, of being present at tho via nf,' was brought up from the watch-house,1 charged by con- stable Boss with being drunk in Pitt-stroet the pre- vious night, and assaulting Mr. Flood, tailor.; Mr. 'F. declining tb prosecute, the accused. was dis- charged. . ' . " ' ' ' J*.,' _ . . " OLD ENGLAND, I LIVE BUT - FOK ? You !"--We have been favored, with a rehcarsel of this song, from which we ore disposed to" think it will become a great'favorite^ 'Its poetical meri...

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ANOT[?] [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 21 February 1846

As OTU- .- ' fccrtain " cumjlu . is not a li u uii re J imli..7-- ' "- . :. Street Harket,- tills up uiö^«. ;". "j Sabbath which are not devotëu . ,'''.!.' poses (?), iu the laudable task of tak»..ñ u random of the number of individuals who .. the public houses in his neighbourhood, and com- municates the same, to Mr. Myles! WALKER, Buother individual of " a_ religious turn," did the same, to the prejudice of "as respectable a publican as there is within the city, by which means he lost his license, whilst the swindling ranter was poking his finger into his creditor eye, under the mask of sanctity, as evinced by his repeated failures ; yet did his false representations find sympathy with the heads of the police* Thank heaven that it is now a " horse of another color," and that the mis- representations cf the " old foundry mau," who, but for tile genome sympathies of his respectable relative, would be ending his days in a parish workhouse, will be rendered nugatory at the ap- proachi...

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Country News. GOULBURN. THE BOYD BANQUET. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 21 February 1846

Country Tlevrs. GOULBURN. THE BOYD BANQUET. Having the pleasure of seeing our ob- servations promulgated by the means of so independent a Journal as " Bell's Life," whose increasing circulation in our locality gives sufficient evidence of the partiality cf the public towards the views and measures it disseminates, we cannot but through its valued columns congratulate our fellow colonists upon the effect which the late pastoral demonstration will have in opening the eyes of the British community, to the injustice done to that enterprising class of individuals-tlie pioneers of Australian ci- vilization. Every one who is a well-wisher to this Colony, must now enlist himself under the banner of those who venture to assert the bareful influence of Government in endeavouring to crush the energies of the Australian Squatter, not because the Governor's Regulations would act injuri- ously to them, but rather because the im policy of such a measure would extend its injurious influenre to one ...

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COLONEL DESPARD AND HONI HEKI! [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 21 February 1846

COLONEL DESPARD AND HONI HEKI ! Now that the brave " Colonel acting the Staff" as it is termed in military r. lance, at New Zealand, has returned THE VERDURE, he so anxiously protec previous to his departure, and withou HOLE IN ms SKIN"-we are surprised t no Te Deiim has been chaunted, no b fires lit, or any publie demonstration meet " the conquering Hero." of t glorious STAND orr THE GRASS! Regt The 99th ! ! ! Yea, verily the 99th I "Whose Colonel never having been dipt in the Styx, deemeth not himself DO PROOF!!!! That Colonel Despard would make clever under-secretary something like "j old Government hack," we have no dou his " itch" for writing as developed in voluminous correspondence to Govert Grey, relative to the valorous (?) achier ments of the forces under his commar lead us to form that opinion-his retiri modesty in awarding to the naval depa ment sailors and marines a credit, win their number of killed and wounded lu _ bear out, shows a degree of astutem which could "not ...

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