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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 27 April 1861
ïnaf-itAîfDiTD JûSTrcE.-At the .'Cfeiitral ; Polico Coiirt, Master Lunn for taking ndvantnço of people tathinfr, to prig tho. contents of their nookota/was flned Irmti/ shilliui/t in consideration of his.- respectability '»nA ynnth. At tho Water Police Court on Tuesday, iV'illiani Saunders, a boy of, IS yours, for having a pimd's worth of silver in his possession' for which ho «mid not satisfactorily necouut, was sontnncod tb 'one month's hard labour in gaol." When tho caso of tho tnt named tliiof was1'introducer.]-.in tho Assembly on lutsdny by Mr. Buchanan, tlieto wns n " mighty pother" jmongst honnrnble gontlomon nt tho idea of Master Lunn, " no gentío, so .young,'' being punished in any other nuinnor than n small (tue ; ns to send him to gaol Jjjilit bo prejudicial to his.tiiornls. - Wo wonilor whothor Jilly Saunders, iiged 12 years, will find any ono in tho Itoiua to take up his cause, ho being inparoorated on ?"»» suspicion; whilst his luoky follow prig osoapow siter being ani...
COURT MARTIAL EXTRAORDINARY. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 27 April 1861
COURT MARTIAL EXTRAORDINARY. Tho vicinity of tho Central Polico Court wns, on Wcd nesdny Inst, to uso sn nnothordopciiny-a-linorism, "thrown into ri state of tito utmost alarm mid consternation," by a j report which had gained currency, that the Tjonl Mayor, : »ml tho wholo Hench of Magistrates, were about to moot ; in solciun conclave for tho trial ofW, P. Moffat, Esq., Lhtmaking n?e of eortnin "American notions" ngninat 1 Wir worships, thoir stnto, and dignity. As Mr Moffat J IwH) a cominissiou as a " full privnto" of thc Balmain ! Pides, tho cnijuiry parteóle in some degree of tho nnturc [ ufa Court Martini, though differing in its results from : tint which sat the other day on poor, privnto Tom Cow : lishaw of tho P. hud S. H. .regiment. Tho festivo gnthor *" i^Jiaa'bcotTeoiivencd by tho '..Ord" Mayor," wlid causo'cV firculnrs, written in tho worthy. Townclork's nrntost ' lund, to ho sent to each and every of tho insulted just ices, fe A (¡lauco satisfied ns (our p*no! rill ion ...
ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 27 April 1861
ATÍSWEKS TO CORRESPONDENTS, . JHEMITTANCT.S RECEIVED from Vf. S., Namoi ; E.R. Va»; J. C., Drnnpnleei O. H., Dingera;'H.!K., Shoalhaven. G,L.-NA>lOl HI VEIL-wo think' lt uanecoaary to mike mi appointment; our advertised turmsof subscription iKintsuul etvntly explicit; HtceJiit of naines through y«u. with tho requisito rcmittniioc, (csa 10 per cent, will, answer every piirpme. A. J. Y" Olfll'PENDAI.E.-^-You caa a's colily ascertain tile (act »s wc can. It. lt., GUN-pAO Al.-Wo liavc onawerod tho question plainly. I) «corea one for the go, but not for the tait card. j Ç, P. B., COOLAH.-Your first question would entail s week;'&lt; . labour to ana ver. Cosiack's time trat S pt. ii loci ; Sports. | mun** 5 m. ss icci, 0. ll_Sliter to Zoe paned the chair be foro tho Flying Buck In Second Champion Race; but neither wai "placed."
No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 27 April 1861
SECOKÏI FïonT rpn Ï/.20. As soon ns tho-great ovolit} of tho doy hod boon decided, nn extemporaneous affair ' was got up between Cosior, of Parramatta, and Kelly, who > soino weeks back fought tho unsatisfactory " draw" with k' Bingham. .'. Cosier was' looked upon as tho certain vic tor, but tho littlo'un prorcd himself a vory awkward cu«- ^ tomor, und after a rattling mill .polished off his heavier, ' and moro renowned, antagonist, in first rate style.
CRICKET. MATCHES TO COME. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 27 April 1861
CRICKET. MATCHES TO COME. May 4."-National v. Albert (return) for challcngo cup ..Domain. " ll.-University C. C. v. Liverpool Ci C.Domain. " 18.-Albert v Warwick, continued .Domain. AXBBIIT Ö. C.-On Monday evening noxt tho Alberts will chooso thoir clovon for tho groud gamo of tho fol- lowing Saturday j and nt tho samo tiino thoy will fix tho timo for a general meeting to preparo for closing tho sea- son with eclat, A mntch came off on Saturday, on Hyde Park, bo twopn tho Union and Kent Cricket Clubs, tho former winning with olglit wickets to fall. Tile following aro tho seoras. UNION CRICKET CLUB, rrosv ixNxxas, * SECOND IMKINOS. J. O'Hourko c Lamb, b Illidge 3 e Tait b l Midge .". 11 II. Flyn b .Payne . S h Illidge. 1 J. Coulter b Illidge . 0 b Payne. S J. McCrary e Chlllcott. Ö not out. S F. Reardon s Illidge....,. 0 not out.n......... " J. Costello b Payne . 6 ? F. Stapleton b Illidge. I A. Scott b Payne. ld J. Scott c "Webster. 12 P. O'Rourke b Tait. 0 A. Scott, net out -.0 "By...
THE RING. SULLIVAN AND SPARKES FOR £100. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 27 April 1861
THE BINGÍ . SULLIVAN AND. SPARKES FOR J61Q0. TnEsB mon, who lind boon disappointed in tlioir first nttoinpt to do tho ''amiable" to euell other, managed tn get their liitlu differences settled on Thursday, though not without being subject to those annoyances which tho police so unjuslißahli/ are continually inflicting on tho orderly and well-bolmvod member* ol' tho 1*. H. Thu neighbourhood of DliieMown lind been fixed upon ns tho whereabouts, and the greutost scuresy was observed : but all this, notwithstanding, tho busy blue bottles lind got the office by sonto tilcuas or other, and, of cutirse, thoy put in itu appearance. However, it was determined to havo tho fight oil', Hud oil' it' carno. Sulliviñi Aras the first to throw his castor into tho ring, and ofter nu inter- val of a few minutes, wits followed hy Sparkes. Tho . business of choosing n referee took not long, and then the men peeled, and gave thu spectators u look at their " fair proportions." Before proceeding further^ h...
THEATRICALS. ROYAL VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 27 April 1861
THEATRICALS. ROYAL VICTORIA. Tho triumphs of tho " DONS" aro increasing' nightly,' and their magnetic attractions appear to ho almost unin- fluenced by tho malignant clomont which lins, so rc-, morselossly visited us during tho week, occasioning the' postponement of tho Randwick linces, and mnuy other disappointments of minor importance. Tho burlesque of "Kenilworth," with tho majoslicSir William imper sonatine England's Virgin Queen, and Lady Don the impassioned, but ruthless, Earl of i.oicostor, has carried everything boforo it : and wo predict for it » long and prosperous, run. Sovoral local hits introduced in thri couran of tho picco aro pccnlinrly happy, and woro rc-, ccivod with roars of applause. Tho prógruramo of en- tertainment lins hoon nightly varied, and for this evening tho bill of faro is moro thim ordinarily tempting. We may mention that, the announcement of performances on each night pf.:tho ensuing Knees will ' bo publishoúj op our Koco Card during tho thrco days.
QUEENSLAND. (From our own Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 27 April 1861
QUEENSLAND; - CFrom. our own Correspondent.) Sinco writing to you last week I havo paid n -visit to Ipawioh for tho purpose of inspecting tho diubrcnt can- didates engaged in theoppronching Queensland Champion SwpcpstakoB. Zoo, as tho champion of tho Australian colonios, is tho first I shall nolico. Shs is located al Ind's stables. Mr Ind will bo well-known to your readers, ns well ss to all sporting men in Now South Willes, as tho owner of Newbold, under whoso auspices, the thou Champion of Quoonsland paid us a visit in 1888. Although, Mr. Ind was disnppointsd in his favo- rite, as far as Iiis real merit was concomcd, iii comparison with, tho crack horses of Now South .Wides and New Zealand, yet tho greatest crodit ls due to. him for Oxi[ plucky manner in w'ùoh ho risked everything, dotormiucd" to provo whether tho fact of Newbold hoing ablo to suc- cessfully contend with every horse in tho Northorn dis- tricts woiild enable him to . make head woy_ against tho horses of the older c...
No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 27 April 1861
I havo vory litflo ia tho sporting lino to toll yon this timo, ovorything appears very didi with regard to tho approaching Cliampion race, and your Now South Walas cracks seem to hnve quito frightened nil our betting tuon, who do not appear inclined to back their own horses for a farthing, Tlicro is a considornblo amount of. money being invested between tho two Queensland horses, Van Tromp, and Eclipso, ns regards places, but Fisherman is daily going back, and tho odds now oro about 7 to 1 against him. I havo just received a tolograra from E. Cummins, ot Ipswich, to the effect that Zoe and Ben Bolt arc both going on well, and this is about all the nows that I have to g-vo you concorning theso two celebrities. Tho Mnidon Pinto nt the forthcoming Ipswich Uncos will, I think, provo tho best of tho lot as regards bot h entries and actual racing, and ns far as I can seo at tho present moment from what I know of tho horses in training, Mr Tait's Cossack colt will stand a good chance of ho...
EMPLOYMENT OF DETECTIVES IN DIVORCE CASES. —AWKWARD DISCLOSURES. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 27 April 1861
EMPLOYMENT OF DETECTIVES IN DIVORCE CASES-AWKWARD DISCLOSURES. At Laraliotli Police-court, on Wednesday, Samuel, Coppin.?, formerly a, detective sorjeant belonging to tito P. division of police, nnd Adam Saunders, n pensioned constable from tho 1 division, attended beforo Ifr. El- liott to answer two summonses each, tho one charging an assault, and tho other wilful and malicious damage. Mr Hutchinson, an nttornoy, appeared on behalf of tho com- plainant, to support tho chargo ; andMr. Sleigh attended for thu defendants. Mr Hutchinson said he should el)argo tho defendants jointly with assault nnd bnttery, nnd aftor proving tho chargo-which was one of un outrageous character-it would bo his duty to call on his worship to send the cns» to tho sessions, that it might bo de.nlt with ns it deserved.* Tho learned gentleman then called Mr Charlos Perci- val, a young man who had formerly held n situation in tho Bunk of Unglued, into tho witness-bos, who, when sworn, said he occupied apartmen...
TURF (AND OTHER) RETROSPECTIONS OF 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 27 April 1861
TURF (AND OTHER) RETROSPECTIONS OF 1860. ¡BY ALFRED ]5AD.L DB KANZOW. I eil by (he library fire, And sip of this beeswing port, 'Tia night, anil my fanny wnnders Afar, to the rcnhns of sport. Once more on tho " Downs of Epsom" 1 linnccr in fond regret, And I'/iormnnbj)'s cont of satin Is glossy and burnished yet. Alas ! on tho Po wns of Epsom Behold I a lovely girl, I made her tho " Queen of Beauty," And wife of n belted carl, But she bolted with Captnin .Tonkins (And much of tho family pinto} ; She will grieve for her foolish folly, But her grief will ho all too lute. I mounted, nt glorious Goodwood, AVith " Broeek" in his fiery enr, But, hurl'd to the earth, discovered A Satellite* wasn't a star. But when at thc Great St. Legor 1 plunged in tho maddening sport, I held by the braire St.'Alban'», Through good and through ill report. At tho " Newmarket Houghton Meeting" They swtxiiKi,i.i:n me-cruel DAY! " llillii Xifhiils" mid I were garotted-i Eneh in u différent way. B ut nt Liverp...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 27 April 1861
OYAL VICTORIA THEATRE:' THIS EVE-SING, SATURDAY. SIR WILLIAM AND LADY DON. THE PILOT. Long Toni Coffin.. ...Sir Willinm Don. Kato Plowdon (with songs)...Lady Don. CST KENILWORTH. On Monday, NICHOLAS NIC IC LEB Y. On Wednesday, 37C A SPECIAL NIGHT FRA' "BURNS." REDUCED FARES to BATHURST, MUDGEE, SOFALA, and shortest road to Lambing Flat by .IO milos. Booking Ofllces.-r-KclIy's Emn Inn, Georgo-'streot, and Soalo's, Brickfield-hill, 8ydnoy ¡ Dnlzcill's, Parramatta 5 Anderson's, Penritli j and Chapman's, Bathurst. FAKES. . : To Bathurst ... ' ' " ... ... £110 0 " Sofala ' ... ... ... 1 15 0 Mudgee' . ... ? ..; 210 0 Lambing Flat...-. .... ... 4 10 0 H, ELLIOTT, > W. REDFORD, J Proprietors. 348 ^MINEHAN,- J WPRITCHARD, AUCTIONEER, niid ' COM . MISSION AGENT, for tho SALE of all kinds of Colonial Producá Stock, Timber, &c, por Coast, Rail and otherwise.',' , . / , ' ("3^ A*góod supply always on hand,' for pïwrito sole of Lucerno and Oaten Hay, (choice brands) . from tho Huntor'...
JOHN SADLEIR'S HORSES.—A CURIOUS CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 27 April 1861
JOHN SADLEIR'S HORSES. — A CURIOUS CASE. &nbsp; &nbsp; In the Court of Exchequer on Tuesday, before Mr Baron Bramwell, an action was brought by Mr Anthony Norris as the administrator of the well-known John Sad- leir, deceased, against Mr Edwin Walker Lermitte, to recover the value of three horses and certain clothes and harness alleged to have been the property of Mr Sadleir at the time of his decease, which the first count charged the defendant with wrongfully converting to his own use, and the second with wrongfully detaining. The de- fendant pleaded "Not Guilty," and that the horses were not the property of the plaintiff. Mr Sergeant Shoe, in opening the case, said that the plaintiff was a solicitor of Bedford-row, and the defendant was a stock- broker carrying on business in Old Broad-street, and having a private residence at Muswell-hill. The action &nbsp; was brought by the plaintiff as administrator of the late Mr John Sadleir, whose death took place b...
THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 27 April 1861
T HE TURF. INSTBAD of having to record thc doings of the various nags engaged in the Pnndwick events we can only tell our readers that the races are post- poned until Thursday, Friday, and Saturday next. We cavil not at the arrangement, because we think that no other course was open to the committee, the miserable weather of Thursday having put all attempts at racing out of the question ; and we feel convinced that had the fixture been perse- vered in, the meeting coidd not have produced either profit or satisfaction to any one concerned. That the Booth-holders ore losers to some con- siderable extent no one can doubt; but would ihey not have been in a worse position had they been compelled to make an attempt at getting their money back against the difficulties which must have been encountered had the sport been carried out in the rain. O tl ie rs also are losers, ourselves perhaps not among tho least, but still we are very well satisfied with matters as they stand. Owners of horses...
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 27 April 1861
ÍUÜAL INTELLIGENCE. , TJrcjiiNfi SciioonroTiMAfnaTR.vTEs.-^Wolastwcckiind thu pleasure of recordirtga pleasing imtunceof thcfraternnl (Vioudship so happily subsisting bclwecn tho Police Ma- gistrate, nnd our excellent and learned friend W\ P. Mount, Esq. Our roadcrs will probably recollect that Oily Gammon, Esq., of tho respectable and inspected firm of .* Quirk, Gammon, nnd Snap," tho eminent solicitors, was a most mellifluous gentleman, whoso powers of oratory were iuriuoihlo in winning tho good, und golden opinions of his numerous nnd esteemed alienta. Nothing in Fact wan proof against thc insinua- ting' cloqutmco of that polished lawyer. As soino doubt appeared to exist as to tho strength of tho friendly rela- tions'* between the P.M., and our friond Mr "W.M.P, tho latter gentleman a fow days siuco, took A leaf but of Mr. Gammon'H diary, and addressing tho P.M. " took occasion to say a word or two to put himself right aa well with tho bench a's with tho public." Tho learnod gent...
RANDWICK METROPOLITAN RACES. SECOND TRIENNIAL STAKES, for 3 year olds. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 27 April 1861
RANDWICK METEOPOLITAW HACES. SECOND TIUENNXIX STASES, for 3 year olia. Cleeve's Chattcrcis Skuthorpe* Ellun Tait's Alfred North's Sheet Anchor AUSTRALIA» PLATH. J. Henderson's brit Mormon, t years Higgcrson's c g Veno, aged "' Dc Mcstre's b g Archer, 4 years Covrcll'» g g Ganur Urey, nicol. MAIDEN PLATE. Towns* c li Transit, 3 year» Jenner's c in Thc Nun, anett MiKcltnr's li f Heather Bell, 3 years Gorrlck's e er Talleyrand, -i yenrs - T. Lee's c K New Chum, 3 years A. Loder'« b c Thc Wizard, 3 years madonna's b h Huhy, 3 years Hall's h in Jenny Lind, 4 year» E. De Mcstre'a b g Inheritor, ll years. SQTJATTKHS' Pcnsn S, Jenner's hr g Lorry, aged - Croft's b m Zitella, S years Farlow's b li Sportsman, 3 yenrs Ivory's hr Ii Don Cossack, 5 years White's h c St. Giles, 3 years Gorrlck's b f Mira, 3 years Rutter's g f Mazella, 3 years HlgRerson's b c Eclipse, 3 years C. neal's c g Euclid, aged Doyle's o h Warrior, 4 years S. Jenner's b f AJaniode, 3 years Driscoll'! bfc Teddington, 4 year...
BURROW A RACES. (From the Yass Courier.) FIRST DAT —WEDNESDAY, APRIL 17. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 27 April 1861
BUEEO'VVA.RA.CES. ("From Uns Yost Courler.J 3?IEBT DAT-WSDKBSUAS, A-TRIL 17. 'Tho HAIDEN PLATH of I/.46 I the second horse lo receive Ii.lO from tho prize ; for all lloraos tliat liavo novor won on odrurtiacd prize oxoccding L.20¡ ll mile, ono event j weight for ago. Mr. J. Garry's Play nay ... ", ... ... _ 1 A. Hancock's Garryowen .,. ... ... ». 2 W. Broughton'! Tinker ... .,. "... ... ... 3 E.A. I'hlllliis' Emerald.. .4 Mcbarty's Troubadour .. ... ... ... ... fi Tho TOWN PLATE of TJAO, for all horses, carrying p-cight for ago. Ouoovont; twice round tho course. Mr. Mehnrty's Coronation ... .. ... ... ... 1 J. st'Alister's Despatch .. ... . ... 2 TBIAX STAKES of L.20, for nil two-j-ear-olds ; throe quar- ters of« milo. This raco not filling, a race for all lloraos, carrying weight for ago, was substituted, and tho following horses started, and were placed aa follows :-. . Hr. J. M'Allsterti Pelham ... ... ".-, J A.. Hancock's Jacky Horgan ... ... .. :,. 3 W, Uroughton's Tinker... .....