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PUNCHS REGENCY. INTRODUCTION. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 7 March 1846

. PUNCHS REGENCY. ? . > ISTKOnUCTJOX. THE only man of any mads In all the town remaining) I sauntered in St. James's Parki And watch'il the daylight waning. " The SPEAKER'S lips," I said, " are seol'd," They've shut up both the Houses ; Sir Robert's gone to Turnabout field Sir James to shoot the grouses. Thc Queen and all the Court are ont In Germany and Flanders, And, happy midst his native " kraut," My Princely Albert wanders. No more the dumpy palace arch , The Royal Standard graces} Alone, npon his lonely march, The yawning sentry paces. Beneath au elm-tree, on a bank, I mused, (for tired my hunch was,) And there in slumber soft I sank, And this die dream of Punch was. THE DBEAM. I dream'd it was a chair of gold, The grassy bank I sat on ; I dream'd Saint Edward's sceptre'old I wielded for a baton. Men crowded to my throne, the elm, In reverend allegiance { And Punch was published through the realm, The jolliest of Regents. Back came the ministerial rout From touring and caro...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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OCCUPATION LICENSES. [From the Govt. Gazette.] HARTLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 7 March 1846

OCCUPATION LICENSES. [From the Govt. Gazette] , HARTLEY. At eleven o'clock, of Thursday* thc 23rd titty of April next, will he put up to auction, fit the police office, Hartley, the licenses to occupy, under the" regulations of 21st August, 1841, tho' following portions of land, for one year, from the 1st May, 1846. _ Further information respecting the land may be obtained from the Surveyor Gene- ral, aud respecting the conditions from the Colonial Treasurer, and at the police office -of the district.: Th« upset price of each lot is £0 per section of 640 acres. 1. Westmoreland-750, Seven hundred and fifty acres, parish unnamed, at the Fish River, about three miles south-west of the confluence of the Fish River with Fish River Creek,; bounded, on the south by Fish River Creek ; on the west by the second section line cast of C. Whelan's 640 acres purchase ; and on the east and north by section lines. (46-18.) 2. -Georgiana-900, Nine hundred acres, parish unnamed, at Buckburridgee ; bo...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Reviewer
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PUN[?]H'S POLITICAL DICTIONARY. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 7 March 1846

PÜNOH'3 POLfTICAL BIÜTIONAIIY. BAIUHSTEII. Barristers are mode by eating twelve dinners ; and hence we find that, ia other pro- fessions, tlier students require^cranjrairjg before they can pass tííeir examinations! Pldwden quaintly I tells ns that only deserving men are called to the bar, and that'after twelve dinners, their desert naturally follows. Barristers are divided into Ser- jeants, who wear a piece of sticking-plaster in the' middle of their wigs,' as if their skulls had all been cracked j Queen's Counsel, who wear silk gowns 5 and the utters, or outers, or, as some say, the out »ud-outers, who wear «tu'J which is sometimes characteristic of their speeches,' Wo hear of the decree of Barrister, which, digreo U, for the wost' part, positive. BARTER. The exöhange of one commodity for aü'jther, as wliuu a stutesinau bariers Iiis churueler for his place, a frequent case in politics, The Italian word " barattera" means to cheat as well as to barter; Bud wc have selected au illust...

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Country News. PARRAMATTA. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 7 March 1846

Country News. PARRAMATTA. TitE CENSUS.-The Collectors appointed to take the " senses" of the people, (by the way, how would ltynn stand if the sentiments were to bc numbered), turned out on their duties at un early hour on Monday. About the manner in which this little bit nf patronage has been distributed, many complaints prevail, and of their justness au opinion uley be formed after looking over the names and qualifica- tions of (the Police Magistrate's idea of such) of the parties. The number of Colleitors are seven, viz., for the Town, Mr. Solomon Phillips, carrying on an extensive business as au Ironmonger and Auctioneer; George Wickham, a mere boy, and whose mother is thc Postmistress. Fur thecouutry, Mr. Bibb, tho Publican at Five Dock-Mr. Mitchell, formerly under clerk at tho Police Office-Mr. Douglass, the Postmaster at Kissing Point M'S wen, n constable-Mr. Howling, a Chemist, haying a well stocked shop, and doing a lar¿e busi- ness-and, though lust not least, the man " wot...

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Odds and Ends. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 7 March 1846

O ads and Ends. The French " Constitutionnel" says that " Ger- mans ure to be fount! in all parts of the glube ; that there arc three millions in the Baltic pro- vinces, Uve millions of Germans in the United Slates, and that it is calculated that 00,000 quit their country annually without regret, to seek new homes.-The case against Dr- Dnigan for fraudu- lent insolvency fell to the ground on Tuesday after a hearing of three days' continuance. From the imtunci' in which it was got up. and the virulence displayed, we ure pleased with the result. Mr. Martin-defended his client very creditably. - A meeting was held at the Boyal Hotel on Tuesday, composed of the différent skippers now in port, wherein they discussed the utility of huvitig more stringent laws fur the coercion of scaiucu.-The actual sum expended by thc District Council of Parramatta, during the year 18l!>, is £1109, which includes the salaries to the Clerk anil Treasurer, District Surveyor, Overseers, &e. ; in f...

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Local Intelligence. TRANSFER OF PUBLICANS LICENSES. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 7 March 1846

. Xtooal Intelligence. TRANSFER OF PUBLICANS ; : LICENSES. The quarterly transfer of Publicans Li- censes took place at the Police Office on , Tuesday, ;when the following applications ..vere granted -. The Sailor's Return, corner of Brougham Place,, Pitt-Flreet, from Ellen Lunn to Edward John Gray» The Leather Bottle, King-street, from Charles Wright to William Barrie. The Griffin, New Town, from William Griffin to George Pettit. The Woolpress Inn, Gloucester-street, from William Wells to Evan Williams. St. Andrew's Tavern, Clyde street,from William Langford to Clement S. Peat. Blue Posts, King and Clarence-streets, . from Charles Ford to John Goswell. Edinburgh Castle, Pitt and Bathurst 'streets, from Hutchinson Bell to William Lanton. ,.. .... .Original''Hope Tavern, Barrack Lane '"and. York ^street, fi om Bennett Turner to' Attwood E. Hayes. l.'? The oiily application refused was that jfor the, transfer, of .the license of the Coach ' and "Horses, . Cumberland-street, on the gro...

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Police Reports. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 7 March 1846

Police Reports. ?ÍJ.' ?? -, .:?.. t r ?? -o- . - . . There was littlë'dôhe at; tlië police, office eitherob Monday'orTnesdoy.eominaudin'g publiciú terest, except the trial of DriQaigatY for frii'mliiicht insolvency, which had occupied tho Mayor,' ¡ti the hearing of it, two days in, the, week; provious.'lfrom the number of: witnesses, examinée!,,but. the.eai-o was ultimately dismissed".' There,were" alsb'on the saute day-TüEsb'.vY-three' paupers . belonging to the "Benevolent'Asylum brought* up for='drunken ness (rather a novel occurrence) ; they wereTrie I priinanded, and ordered to the asylum in charge of |'u:constable. .'.'.".Y,." V- v*"r~ .'.'»«.}' ??. "]\ ^VEDXESDAY.-Before Alderman 'Flood "ami Mr. George HB1,J.P.-Bridget Buckley again! 'Tliis depraved woman 'wits' brought before^the bench, on the old ohateo of being a disorderly cha- racter andi a common prostitute, and. sentenced! to one, month's imprisonment, the magistrates ac- quainting'her that lier possession of property ...

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TAXING AND STAMPING. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 7 March 1846

TAXING AND STAMPING. In England yon cannot let the public know, in a newsp aper.that yon have goods to sell, but the Stamp office pulls you by the elbow, aud demands money for it ; you cannot make oath on paper that you liiwe paid money away, but money must bo paid for saying so ; yon cannot agree to pay money but moucy mus1 be paid for the agreement; you cannot promise to pay away but you must pay for the Tery promise! you cannot have money left yon, but " Oh, oh," says the Stamp-office, "let me have some of it;" you cannot acknowledge the receipt of money bu' some must be received by the Stamp-office; you cannot be a Bachelor of Arts at the University, that is to say, be allowed to prove you know a cer- tain quantity of Greek, Latin, and mathematics, but you must pay three pounds for it!-yoiicannot hold two ecclesiastical benefices, but you must pay forty pounds (a good dcmaud that, but for a very bad thing; but thus it is that the church makes a profit of corruption) ;-you cannot...

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Olla Podrida. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 7 March 1846

Olla Podrida. MATUIMOXIAL Co.MFonT.-Whea people under stand that they must live together, except for a few reasons known to the law, they leam to soften, by mutual accommodation, the yoke which they canuot now shake off. They become good husbands and good wives from tho necessity of remaining hus- bands and wives, for necessity is a powerful master iu tcachiug the duty which it imposes. If it wera once understood that upon mutual disgust married persons might be legally separated, many couples who now pass through tho world with mutual com- fort-willi, attention to their common offspring, and to tho moral order of civilised sooiety, might have been at this moment living in a state of mutual un- kindness-»in n state. of estrangement from their common offspring, and in a state of the most licen- tious and unreserved immorality. In this case, as in many others, thc happiness of some individuals must bc sacrificed to thc greater and more general good. To bo sure, if people come, togethe...

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WELLS' AUSTRALIAN GEOGRAPHY. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 7 March 1846

WELLS' AUSTRALIAN GEOGRAPHY. We have been favored with a pei usai of the M. S. of the above work, which will probably make its appearance early in July. ^Embracing Statistical and Histo- rical, as. well as Geographical information, such a publication must be found, not only essentially useful, but instructive and highly interesting. Its numerous Maps of Counties readily illustrate the vaned ex- tent and position of our provinces, depen- dencies, and neighbouring colonies, and its perusal, we hope, will avert that gross ignorance which prevails as to the topo- graphical location of various places to which reference is frequently made by our " pas- tors and masters" in the Mother Country. To the scholastic body of our Territory, we can do no better than quote for their guidance the appropriate motto in the title page " Leave all tho foreign shores alone, Till you have studied well your own." With one more brief quotation, we for the present close ri concise review of a work to which i...

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Olla Podrida [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 7 March 1846

Olla Podrida. DEATH or THE SCHOOLMASTER.-After -making Ins will lie sent for Mr. Taddy, the head usher, and addressed him as fol- lows : " It is all over, Mr. Taddy-I am sinking fast-I am going from the terres tial globe-to the.celestial--and have pro- mised Tomkins a flogging-mind he has it «-:and don't let him pick oif the buds-I have asked Aristotle.-(here his head wan- dered)-and he says I cannot live an hour -I don't like that black horse grinning at me-'-cane him soundly for not knowing his verbs-Oh, Mr. Taddy, it's breaking up .with me-the vacation's coming. I'm afraid, through my illness-the boy? have gone back in their flogging-1-! feel a -strange feeling all over me-Is the new pupil come ? I trust I have done my duty -and have, made my will-and left all' (here his head wandered again)-' to Mr. Souter, the school bookseller, Mr. Taddy, I invite you to my funeral-make the boys walk in good order-and take care of crossings. My sight is getting dim"---write to'Mrs. B., at Marg...

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THE PARLOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 7 March 1846

THE PARLOUR. The snug parlour in, winter, with a sofa on one side the blazing fire, an easy chair on the other, and a table in the centre, bearing a liquor-stand, glasses, and cigars, the whole seen to the greatest advantage by the soft light of a French lamp, which falls delicately on the curtains you have carefully drawn to exclude the wind, and enables you to eye your damask with great complacency-a snug parlour under such circumstances isa temporary Elysium, and well deserves to be lauded by an abler pen than ours. A pair of parlours, ' genteelly furnished' for a single gentleman, with a French bedstead for one in the back par- lour, and cane-bottomed chairs for six in the out-all for twelve shillings a week, and attendance included, have their charms also. A breakfast parlour's no bad thing, when you're spending a week with a plea- sant family in the country ; and an hour or two may be passed very agreeably in a dining parlour in town. But though each and every of the parlours ...

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PYRENEES RACES. FIRST DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 7 March 1846

PYRENEES RACES. ; , > FIRST DAY, THE CORNBOROUGH CHALENGE CUP, and Twenty Sovereigns in specie, given by Adolphus Goldsmith, Esq., J. P., added '.o a Sweepstakes of Two Sovereigns each, p. p., for two year old colls and fillies got by Cornborough. Three-quarters of a mile-8st.-entire colts to carry 5 lbs. extra. Mr. Black's r. c. 1 - Goldsmith's e. h My own. 2 -Campbell's b. f.. 3 Time-One minute twenty-five seconds. Mr. Black's colt took the lead at start- ing, was never headed, and won easy. TUE THREE YEAH. OLD STAKES, of'Two Sovereigns each, p. p., with Twenty So- vereigns added by tue club. Heats, one mile and a distance-8st. 71bs.-entire colts 5 lbs. extra. Mr. Stevenson's b. g. Cornett.., ; .. 1 1 -T. Austin's b. c. Fair piny.2 2 A well contested race in both heats. THE PYUENEES PANIKIN, by subscrip ! tion of Three Sovereigns each, p. p., with Thirty Sovereigns added by the club. Heats two miles-three years old 9st. : four years old, ÎOst. 3lbs. ; five years old, 15st. lllb...

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

FOR LIVERPOOL. rp 1I1E fine fast-sailing barque ROBERT MATTHEWS, A 1, 205 tons, W. Phillips, com mander, will sail on the 1st April. _ _ For frc i «lit or passage, haring iirst rate uccominodotions, apply to the Captain, on board,to JOHN ROSTRON, Bank Court, King-street ; or to J. B. METCALFE. February 4. NOTICE TO PUCLICANS. FOR the purpose of putting a stop to the imposi- tion of a diminutive understrapper Police Clerk, who not content with his salary, is endeavouring to extort through his oluoial situation nu unjust demand for filling1 the application for licenses.' The undersigned begs to state that he will lill them with accuracy at 2s. Od. PATRICK REARDON. TOBACCO. TOBACCONISTS, Grocers, Storekeepers, mid Others in want of best Tobacco, by culliug at SCOlT3'3, will be enabled to purchase from various shipments, Guest flavoured Square Fig Tobacco, in nuil out of Bond at tho lowest market prices. SATStTBST. JOHN H.~BÜRNSIDE BEGS to announce to the gentry and trade in Bathurst an...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 7 March 1846

MR, IÎÛJ.MÀN, TJIF. Bl.ISD TllAVnilR R -One day (say3 Mr. P.»ton") I waa going out at the gateway at Belgrade, and saw a strange figure, with a long white beard and a Spanish cap, mounted on a sorry, horse, and at once recognised it to he that of Holman, the blind traveller. " How do you, Mr. Holman?" said I. " I know that voice well." " I once saw you in Aleppo,'* said I ; and he at once named me. I then got him off his horse, and into quarters. This singular individual had just come through the most dangerous parts of Bosnia in perfect safety, a feat which a blind mau can perform more easily than any one who enjoys the most perfect vision, for all compassionate men assist a fellow creature in this derlorable plight. Next day I took Mr. Holman through the town, and described to him the lions of Belgrade ; and taking a walk on the esplanade, I turned his face to the cardinal points of the cornpiss, successively explaining the ob- jects lying in each direction; and after an- swering ...

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SECRETS OF THE WINE TRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 7 March 1846

SECRETS OF THE WINE TRADE. " There, now, sir ! to prove how much gentlemen may be mistaken '; I assure you, sir, I'm an honest man ; I never had but two sorts of wine in my cellar-port and sherry." ."'_' How ! when I myself have tried your claret, your--" " Yes, sir-my claret, sir. One is obliged to give gentlemen everything they ask, sir ; gentlemen who pay their money, sir, have a right to be served with whatever they please to order, sir-especially the young gentlemen from the Bush sir ; I'll tell you how it is, sir. I never would have any wines in my house, sir, but port and sherry, because / know them to bc wholesome wines, sir ; and this I will say, sir, my port and sherry were-the-very-best I could procure from England-" " How! the best ?" "Yes, sir-at thc price I paid for them. But to explain the thing at once, sir. You must know, sir, that I hadn't been long in business when I discovered that gentlemen knew vety little about wine, but that if they didn't find some fault or ...

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 7 March 1846

CRICKET. The match between the Australian and   Currency Clubs came off on Monday last. The Australian's having won the choice of innings, sent in the Currency. The scoring was as follows : - CURRENCY - FIRST INNINGS. J. Horner, b. by Still --- 0 J. Sly, b. by ditto --- 0 H. McKone, b. by ditto --- 0 W. McKone, b. by Rowley --- 9 J. Tunks, b. by Still --- 0 W. Tunks, c. by ditto --- 7 H. Hillyard, b. by ditto --- 1 J. White, run out --- 0 H. West, b. by Still --- 6 E. Holland, not out --- 6 E. Vincent, b. by Rowley --- 0 Byes --- 5 34 SECOND INNINGS. J. Horner, c. by Hatfield --- 3 J. Sly, b. by Still --- 0 H. McKone, leg before wicket --- 4     W. McKone, c. by Still --- 5 J. Tunks, not out --- 7 W. Tunks, b. by Still --- 18 H. Hillyard, c. by Sadler --- 2 J. White, c. by Rowley --- 7 H. West, c. by ditto --- 6 E. Holland, run out --- 2 E. Vincent, b. by Sill --- 1   Wide Ball --- 1     Byes --- 3 &am...

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

. HORSES. - ; ; MR. ARMSTRONG, Veterinary Surgeon," wi», sell by auetion, ou Thursday next, thc 12th instant, at 12 o'clock, at his Repository. \ 10 Brood Mares .O 7 Goldings,.'. i .-. >.;..> ¡,' , .'_ All fresh from the country, and of a useful des- cription ; may lie seen at the Repository on Wed- nesday. . . .? .' .. ,? rn'.r j* (A CAnn.) .' -? . T. S EX L , PAINTER, GLAZIER, AJ(D PAPER-HANGER, Wholesale and retail Öt7 %. Cotorman, .103, i PITT-STREET,' ti . j Corner of .Brougharn^Place. " 1 N.B.-Writing, graining, and gilding, in the. heat ' Loudon style. ' _ . "'' j CPUSTRT OBDEnS PXIOMPILT ATTENDED TO. '< NOTICE TO SPORTSMEN. API G E ON MATCH will como off at the " Union Inn," Cook's River, on St. Patrick's Day (Tuesday tile I7th of March.) First Match to take place precisely at 12 o'clock, hy two Gentlemeu Amateurs, for ÜIO a-side. Second Match, for a Ladies'Handsome Gold Watchi at 10s a member. Besides several other private matches. Any.Gentleman wishing to ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 14 March 1846

CHALLENGE; JAMES HADDIGADDY is open to fight BILE SPAnKF.s or nny other 12st. 7lb. mnn in tile colony, for from Atti) tr» £11)0, in two mouths. Iladdigaddy being but I2s. Tibs., he leaves it to Ma fnoinla to sny whether he llas not been overmatched with Hough, whoso weight is li st; 7 1Ü. Janies líaddigaddy .now, invites his friends ami thc sporting public to palrouizc his BENEFIT; which .will take place J7th Starch, PATRICK'S DAV; at a sporting and well-known house in Sydney; when he will bo assisted by all tho first rato talent of the colony; uiul.on. this particular .qccasiou E. Chalker has kindly consented, as a friend, to assisi him, and with him wind up the evening'* amusement. His money, for n deposit, Will ha retuly, and Iladdy will have a glove fight with' «my one that offers ; tho greater the better. Hough is kindly invited for the glove light. JAMES HADDIGADDY. Sydney, 13th March, 1840. SETTING-TO. WILLIAM SPARKES will bc happy to seo the Frionds of the " Fancy" rally rou...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer — 14 March 1846

Snipping; Intelligence. ARRIVALS. MABCH 7.--The schooner Velocity, 138 tons, Grey, master, from Boyd-Town, Twofohl Bay, the 4th instant. - . ' 7.-Tho barque Sapphire.255 tons.Miller.mastcr, from Eíobart Town, the 37til February. 7.-The schooner Sister, 45 tons, Korff, master, from Auckland, the 17th February. 7.-The brig Christina, 120 totis, Saunders, master, from Port Phillip, tho 20th February, and Port Albert the 2nd instant. 7.-Tho schooner Eliza, 33 tons, Wilson, master, from Auckland, the 11th February. 7.-Thu barque Mary White, 320 tons, Tucker, master, from Liverpool, the 30th October. . 0.-The steamer Thistle, 127 tons. Mulhall, master, from Moreton Bay, the flth instant. 0,-The steamer Maitland, 103 tons, Parsons, master, from Port Macquarie, the 8th instant. 10. -The schooner William, 02 tons, Freeman, master, from Moreton Bay, the 28th February. JO.--The schooner Martha and Elizabeth, 81 tons, Poekley, master, from Port Phillip, the 2ud instant. 11. -the brig Sarah, 202...

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