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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 27 April 1861

rpmnn AÜSTRAXTAN .OHAOTIOÑ STAKR or J. £500, willi ii sweop of -ClOO euell adelnd, half forfeit open to nlHhc,Australian Colonies., . I.,r0T<'e<l three or moro horse* start, tho second howe, j to rewire £200, and. the third liorso £100 ddt of the ' Stake. To ho rmi for over the NEW .TOWN' HACK CÍ)UR«TC in TASMANIA, on TUESDAY", tho 3rd diir (if December, 1R01. ' l)i:tnncii, threo miles. Entries to he addressed and forwarded to tho Secre- tary,. Derwent ITotel, irobnvt Town, on orbeforo tho lBt pf September, 1801. Forfeits to bo declared ono month before tho day of tho mee. ?Weights... 3 yr«, old 4 " " 0 " ,. -" G " " & aged STCWAllDS. J. L. It. Tnbnrt, Esq. John Lprdj P.sq. W. Keiinior, Esq W. Doddery, Esq;. S tono. .. f ... S .. 0 .. o lbs. Ö 6 Ö C Thomas Fiold, lü»q. John Field, 15nq. J/n. Lord, lîsq. G. A. Kein)), Ksq. S. Blnclcivell, Rnq. To net with Stewards to bo appointed by each of tho | Colon HM. .T. "W. GRAYE3; 1015 JTon. Soc. liAjrmvrcic AUTU...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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BELL'S LIFE IN SYDNEY. SYDNEY, APRIL, 27 1861. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 27 April 1861

BELL'S LIFE IN SVPMEY. \ . SYDNEY, APRIL, 27 1801. TUB proceedings in the Assembly during thi week have been marked« in two particular in Stances, by those very peculiar characteristics b; which " liberal " legislation ia so prominently dis tiwruished. Tito first was.a motion by MR ROTTOW, tlia the House, on a future day, go into committee Co the consideration, of an address for the nppropri. ntion of £\00,000 for the promotion of immigra- tion, and an amendment, moved hy MR LKARY reducing thc amount to £50,000, was carried or division by 28 to 10. .The arguments adduced for and against the en- couragement of immigration, so far from throwing my new light upon this intricate question, served rather, by their inconclusiveness, to render " con- fusion worse confounded." The supporters of thc motion -were charged by their opponents with being influenced by the laudable desire of divert- ing" an extravagant s:tm from, the revenue to pay themselves for attending there," whilst those op- ...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE SPIRIT OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 27 April 1861

THE SPIRIT OP THE .WEEK. Brit for tim unfavourable fln(o of tho wi-nthcr tho woo toroid hnvo been a very attracj-ire om«. Tho Masoni Inauguration Bnll, thc« CiiiiiUi-rloiid Agricultural Sliov lind tim llnndwiok Autumn Meeting, milking iip a firal class bill of firo. Husillos», on-ton; to tho samo cause, has hcpn dui Parliamentary mutters continuo as amusing as over. Th "Commons" havo been fearing through business nt "th ruto of à hunt," whilst their " Lordships" aro proceudin¡ leisurely in tho path of duty, und havo dono good ser Tien by'kicking ont tho'prcoioua "Legislative Counci Dill." . Tho new Masonic Hall was inaugurated on Tuesda; last with tho usnnl solemnifies observed on auch occä firms. In the ovon'mg an cloganfc ball and sapper wer given to celebrate tho ovont. Tho show of tho Horticultural Society' took placo ai Tarrannnntta on Tupsdny and "Wednesday. Tho Gov rrnor (lined with tho members on Wednesdny. Antin named Chnrlos Smith residing at tho Globi has rlioil suddenly ...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 27 April 1861

? TO BK THE ONLY GOOD SAUCE ANO APl'MCAllU; TO KYERY VARIETY OP DI81T. LEA AND PERRINS' CfiLUDnATEI) , W O R. 0 E S T E R S II I 31 E SlïïO B; PRONOUNCED BY W> rix¿x°Tr 0F A Mr,En. Spf u'om a CONNOISSEURS Bl "^' "t JST"'' to lila brother nt ^^^WputjSkrpiiJilty 185Í esSPil, "Tell LEA & PEUHIS-S l tlint their sunco is lu'glilj; .-sr.T.r-r--! esteemed in Indin, nnä is, in mr opinion, tu0[ most palatable ns well ns thc moat - wholesome Sauce that is lnndb; « EXPENSIVE FRAUDS., L. nnd P. having discovered that atrrfc'rm of the Foreign Markets hnve beon supplied willi srtrnióna IMITATIONS of their '.'WORCESTERSHIRE SAUCE," tho labels of which closely r'oscniblo those of tho genuine snucey and in one or moro iustnncos with thc nimios of U, niid I'.' FOHOE0, they have deemed it their duty to cautieni',' the public, nnd to request pnrchnsors to see that th» untiles of LEA nnd PERKINS aro upon tho Wrapper, Label, Stopper, and Bottle. L. mid P. further g¡vo notico thnt they will pro...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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AGES OF HORSES. To the Editors of Bell's Life in Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 27 April 1861

AGES OF HORSES. To the Editors of Eelts Life in Sydney. GESTLKMBN,-Tho stewards of tho coming Kandwic Meeting have, for tho norteo nt tiny rato, settled th question of «gos, and eealod tho fate ofrulo ono ;" an tlorforo I luve no:rcason nt present for rc-ononing th qiostion thus set itt rest. Tho discussion will, howcroi msst cortaialy bo ronowod on tho first of noxt montli Wien tho A. J. O. will proceed to a rovision of their rule in generali wherefore I nm anxious, (while leaving alon th» general principio) to combat ono -of tho'argument roliod troon by tho opponents of tho theory laid down or Friday tost by tho stewards. I need not Bay how full; f appreciate tho fallacy of thin argument, how utterly ! behove it to bo incompatible with common souse, or hov great in ovidonoe it appears to mo of tho weakness ant untombloness of tho point it essays to bolster up; I mn' nbuosjsay that I havo stood alono in my ndtroency of thi princble,' mid (horforo 1* cannot bo accused of endoramj th...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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BREACH OF PROMISE BY A SERIOUS YOUNG MAN. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 27 April 1861

BREACH OP PROMISE BY A SERIOUS YOUNG MAN. An notion for breach of promiso .wns trioil beforo Mr Justice Blackburn in tho Court of Queen's Bench, on Monday. Tho phiintiH', Ann Doroo, WOB tho daughter of a silk velvet weaver in Wellington-row, Bethiinl-green, nnd she sued the di>fendnnt, Samuel Denn, who wns II foreman nt n wholenlo chemist's, ut No 5, Colemnn-streot in tho City, to recover damages of a breach of promise of marriage. It appeared from tho ovidenco giron by tho Indy's father, fhnf the plaintiff wns now »bout 23 years nf age, nnd tho pldiwt of ll children. She livod with her parents und earned 10s u-weok nt tho weaving business. Tho defendant wns a young mau, of nbont tho sumo age, or about three months older, »nd had boen acquainted with tho plaintiff for many years. Tu October, 185G, he eilled upon tho plaintiff's father, and told him ho wns about to change his position in life, and wished to be al- lowed to pay his addrojsos to tho phuntiH'. Mr Doree said ho would ...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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THE EXTRAORDINARY CLERICAL ASSAULT AT CAMBRIDGE. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 27 April 1861

TITS EXTRAORDINARY CLERICAL ASSATOT'"AT CAMBRIDGE. Tho ni'iin facts connected with tho assault recently committed hv tho Hov. .T. Sumner ^rookhurst, of ' E'n-fuH «"ViHm'e. unon tho Hov. lill word Dodd, Fellow . of Mn<."lith-ii Collo jo, mid Vienr of St Giles's, Cumhndue, hilve nVen.lv been published. Since tho occurrence Air liivltl.hiH hrmight the matter heforo th» Yicn-Chanccllnr, wh« hui brniudit tho snmo forthwith under the oofrui minee of thc University Court of tho Sex Tiri, before whom it cuno on ,for hearing on Saturday last in the Arl« behool. M . Dodd, after somo preliminary vemarVs, rend a let- ter nf eomplnint ho had nddruascd to tho Vico-Clmncellor as a basis nf tho proceedings : " Magdalen College, Cambridge, Saturday, .Tan. 26, isr.i. . u Mr Vico-Chancellor,-As a resident member of this University T hoe; to draw your odlcinl nttention to the fact that n violent personal nssnult, contrary to tho peace and good order of tho aendomic body, has boon rocontly co...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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A POETICAL BUT FAITHLESS SWAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 27 April 1861

A POETICAL BUT FAITHLESS SWAIN-. .An action. Judd v. Gilby," fop breath of premiso of murringo, wis brought in tho Court ot* Quern's Bench on Tuosdny. ' " Mr Best said this waa nu netion brought by the plain- tiff, the daughter of a builder's foreman, residing nt Homerton, who is now about 25 yenrs of age, for ii breach of promiso of murringo. The defendant is a young man about the same agc, a jeweller's shopman. Tho parties hud known enuh other from childhood ; they hud lived, when young, in tho same neighbourhood, iiml went to school together. That was followed by friend- ship, which ripened into love and nircction. In 1851, I he defendant went into a situation nt Liverpool, when he commenced corresponding with the plniiititl', and be tween that lime and when Hie match was broken oil", in 1859, ho wrote no less tlnm 73'letters-(laughter) breathing eternal vows of friendship and love. lu Murali, 18G0, thc defendant came from Liverpool, nnd asked the plaintilfs uiothur for permissio...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 27 April 1861

SojrETiiijío LIKE A PnorE38on.- A letter from War ringtail, Fin., to tho "Ptnaneóla Obserror," tims de- scribes a private in ono of tho companies :-Professor Dav is just six-and-a-half feet high in his stockings. His weight 3101b, mid lie measures seven feet in girth. ITo is tho tallest and biggest man in tho;, regiment, and is noted for his great strength os well ns his hugo propor- tions. Ho has been known to shoulder a GOO balo ol' I cotton, and lias frequently taken a whiskey burrel by the chinos, raised it at arms' length, and drunk ut tho bunghole. On ono occasion ho threw a mustang pony nm! his ridor over a ton-rail fence. For this olfciiQO ho was tried und convicted in the Circuit Court of Lauderdale comity und fined S500. This re- markable mun is tho youngest and smallest of seventeen brothers. His father is two mid a half inches tailor than he is, but not so thick set. His brothers nro Inlier, but none of them nro to stout ns tho professor. It is neces- sary to romnrk that...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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AQUATICS. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 27 April 1861

AQUATICS. MATCH for £50 A-SIDE.-A pair-oar match will be pulled on the 21st proximo, on the Paramatta River; for £50 a-side, between Dick Green and White, on the one side, and Punch and M'Grath on the other. Articles were drawn up on Monday night, and £20 a-side de posited in the hands of Mr. O'Brien, of Tattersall's, and the remaining £30 a-side must be made good on the day before the race: The course is something over three   miles, and is the same on which Green and White pulled and the boats used will be the Shadow and the   Vision, (both the property of Green) for which the con tending pairs have tossed. M'Grath. Won the toss for boats, and we believe will pull in the Vision; The race   will cause great excitement, and we do really expect an excellent contest, but we believe rather in Punch and M'Grath.

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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DEATH OF LOLA MONTEZ. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 27 April 1861

DEATH OF LOLA MONTEZ. - The New York Herald, of the 22nd of January, says -This remarkable woman closed her earthly career in this city on Thursday last after a long and severe illness and was quietly buried on Saturday. Lola Montoz was of Irish and Moorish-Spanish descent, and was born in the city of Limerick, Ireland, in 1824. Her father was a captain in the 4 4th regiment of the English army, and a son of Sir Edward Gilbert. Her mothor was an Oliver, and a descendant from Count de Montalvos who at one ,time, possessed immense estates in Spain. The Montalvos were of Moorish origin, and emigrated to Spain during the reign of Ferdinand and Isabella the Catholic, Her father was only about twenty and her   mother fifteen when they were married, and Lola was born during the second year of their marriage. At her   baptism she was christened Maria Dolores Eliza Ro- sanna Gilbert; she was afterwards called Dolores, from which she derived her name Lola. At an earl...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 4 May 1861

rLEÁ AND4 PERRINS' OÈLKDBÀTKD ' W O R C E S T E'R S H I R E S A TT 0" E| CONNOISSEURS IO BE THE PRONOUNOED í, BY-: §§'. EV^OTfromt í**T a. at Madras - «sgV . .. to lu's brother at folaaWonoEBTEit. May 1851 ONLY GOOD SATJOE If^g ti^Lrsau^Ä .< 4»^*T*T W - & ?rn?y!Ä X EVERY VARIETY gpagg wost pafatablo us well ' rti? rlTarr «WEBÉ* as tho most wholosom» Ul- DISH. ,"«B^ Saúco that is made. - EXTENSIVE FRAUDS. L: and.B. having discovered tlint sovorat Of tho Foreign Markets have been supplied with SPTJUIOUB IMITATIONS of their "WORCESTERSHIRE SAUCE," the labels of which closely resemblo tltóso of tho genuine sauçai and in one or moro instances with tho names of L. and Pj POUOED, they haye deemed it their duly to caution tho public, and to request purchasers to seo that th« namoi of LEA and PEHWNS aro upon the Wrapper, Label, Stopper; aitd Mottle. L. and P. further givo notice that they will proceed against any ono who may infringe upon their right either by manufacturin...

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WANTED TO BE MAERIED IN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 4 May 1861

I WANTED TO BE MAERIED IN CHITBCB^ Tho afternoon service had ended, and tliè congregation were arranging themselves for the benediction, when, to tho great astonishment Und tile manifost iutorcst of the worshippers, tho good parson ¿esconded from tho pulpit to tito desk below} and said in o calm; clear toico ! Tiloso wishing to bo united in tho holy bonds Of matri- mony, will now please come forward. A' deep stillness instantly foll ovor tho congregation, broken only by tho rustling of tho silk^ as somo pretty girl pr oxcitcd matron, changed her positidri to catch tho firat[view of tho couple to bo married. : Nb one, however,' arose, or seouiod in the least inclined to rise. Where-, upon the worthy clergyman, doomed tho first notice un- heard or misunderstood, repeated t Lot thoso wishing to bo united in tho. holy bonds of matrimony, now come forward, Still no ono stirred. The ailonco became almost audi- ble, j and a painful sonso of awkwardness among those pros'pnt was felt, when a...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 4 May 1861

Ax eminent teetotallor would only oonsont to ait for his portrait on condition that ho should bo takou in wator ooloursv

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SHORTING CHRONICLE. RACES TO COME [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 4 May 1861

SHORTING CHRONICLE. ... " -:-00-: RAC K S,; T O Q O "M E. . .BimanifonK...,,..i..n.,.".w'..May Wi, fl(h,nml Bth. .Multl*ii4 ""...»A'H*§ft;«M* ''-Ul'¡ «*» aar,,< A'.J .. _ ' '? tfraiKSBraifb. . ¡. - " .?Korth AmlrnlUn Meeline, IiMwloH.:-.¿¡;...JUne4tli,Slfi M tth. I(<wklwmnHmi.vi,.-.¿...^.June 18th,'lOtli. ilml aoih. f-Vt ', » ' ' . 'fÁ8iTiNÍA.; '.-"'- {iir '. ^ TMM Ai$Vr«ll»!» Cii»tqi>loii Sinke» .';.D««omb«r 8ra.' /V .; .

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 4 May 1861

THE TUR F . . Il and wilek lins monopolised attention through' the week ; and nothing else has found a place. The attendance at Tattersall's, considering,the miserable-weather, has been very goodV and ;on. 'Monday night the election of officers, took^rilace. Mr. Henfrey now tills the chair.! Mr. Molfitt 'is Chancellor of the Exchequer, nnd.iMcssrs A.-Mqore and. Spinks have seats in the ^c'pminHtee. 'Oh Tuesday evening The Committee ' révis'c'u'íhq rules, and submitted their amendments to the' Room. AU matters likely to affect the working of tho Club ¿re now provided tor, and tli'e admis- sion pf members has be'e'q placed upon a proper footing.- Â loiter was read from .Mr. Burt touching tte matters irùdispute between himself and Mr, Goyder, but no discussion took place up- on it.From .what we learn, however, there is no doubt but that the case will be thoroughly silted ; and we expect that so soon, a* the races, ire over, immediate and energetic action will be taken upon it; - ? ; ' ...

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ANSWERS TO CORESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 4 May 1861

ANSWERS TO CORESPONDENTS. K fUltSCniBli«, ntfuROWA.-The twt. U void, unle«» .pectflcally nampii p, ji.. ;.,. . , A. lt., nUnn0WAÍrti,yn¡Tr 'boru hail been nrevlomly tñtereii' Itrnny otlior rmrno for jinyduly wlvcr»lic4Taco,¡lw I« <ll«quall neil. ? ' . . ). v . .. .. - A. 1'.-Itat Holt'*fast«» tira» fur 3 mite« Was Sm. 5 li, ; ciisiwkV Sm iii. -, . . V-."---:" '. "WHIST, 3. lt., \VATB(J¿Í*8 BÁY.-iliónor». wnnot.bo paÜed »f> ¡ ? the party.scaring niai ; Iii« eaau pnist abtdo .Hie Usuo^trlck» winnini?.' . -'-.' HUMANITY.-Anoiirniotu: communlratioria aro invariably re- jected. »- ?. - - . .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 4 May 1861

N" OTICE;-îfr SA"atUEL WADE, of tho Steam Pnclcnt Hotel, Newcastle, io horoby appointed Agent fop îiityji'B LIFE in that pity and;.nó¡ghbourhood i and will from this dato rccoiyo advertisements ns well as tho hames of subscribers ; Iiis receipt being a suflicisiit heqiiittnnoo. , ' * ' PICKERING & NICHOLS. ».' /^ ENTLEHEN' favouring us with ordors-for this VJT/Journal will bo pleased tx) anolose tho jiocesssry ndrarinp.' for'six months subscription, viz 18s, or a £1 . nato which will oovór.thíióo qitnrtors of tho year.-. . PICKERING & NICHOLS,

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SYDNEY HORSE MARKET [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 4 May 1861

t SYDNEY HOnSE M A II Iv ET.' This being Itnce week,- our soles liirfo been oonunrd to tho three first days, during which we submitted about im broken iii horses and 0:1 unbroken colts and lillies, of the latter HO wcro l-lt^erald's hones, and realized from ill to £11 each, tim otlieM were a small weaily lo» from tho Western country, nnd, averaged only about £.1 per head.' Of tho broken ,In horxes. Hie principal uiilus wons con lined to utroiia slzcablu IIOMÇS, suited fur harness work, prices ranglns from iilOto £30. Idghthorsoi wholly unsaleable.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 4 May 1861

HAYMARKET PMnïi-Hay, S's Ort to 0* Ort i »Iraw. h Ot to Si 0.1 : «.limit,«- Oil to 7» Od root», fr ad m 4* 3,"; liarloy,4« Od io4»«.t;cows, ' £0 I» u>'XIO ta; alive*, 25j ui 40 : bark, £5 ls to £0,10» per ton ; , «reo» mïtr from I OJ ta li (.or «tuzo» bundle, t «ni, it OU to 4s Od per butflicl. '-. *:

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