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A SOUTH OF THE ACTOR. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 11 May 1861

:».'-' ;-, / A S0H13- ox' THE ACTOR. -"V- I ' ' _ u J's > " Oh ! a glorious life is the Actor's, / No monarch so envied as ho ; - ^v And, although ho may huve his detractors, . No calling fiom sluivdor is free; -¿£ And ho «run bo famous mid wise, ~ v- ., His art such u peaco-i enowu gives, The hero wins glory and dies, But tho Actor gains laurels and livos. t He's the glorious Shaksporo's disciplo, 7w f"-< j *> "-1 A studont at Drama's high school, % *." f't{ ? t And tho mon who caii,deem this a trifle,.r hJ-¿ » - 'Is surely akin to a fool ; i 5' "»?* » { » Tho Author gmns lovo by his books, ?" , A future shall echo his fame, But tho Actor rules by his looks, And wins for hunsolf a proud name., And a generous heart is tho Actor's, Adversity pleads not in vain. For ho finds, in his craft, bonefactors, , Whom elsewhere he'd fail to obtain j A monarch may rule by his laws, , A nation may hotnago impart, And sages may merit äpplauso, But an Actor rules by the heart. , C...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
POLICE [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 11 May 1861

pnrji, ICE. THE UNTVEICOME GUEST.-A fow dnys ago, as Miss Juliana .Tinnokinson, tho upper housemaid in the estab- lishment of the eminent solicitor, W. W. Billyard, Esq., (what an appropriato namo for a lawyer, soejng this bill is generally a yard long), wns passing the reception room, sho hoard an unusual and unmusical nouo, and, on looking in, behold, to hor infinite turror and amnzomont, au " illustrious stranger" snoring in happy unconscious- ness of tho world, upon a splendid dnmnsk sofa. Hore was a pretty go! So Juliuna immediately.gavo tho alarm, by Bonding forth a scries of ortbodorhystoricul soreams, which quiokly brought to her assistance tho tender partnor of hor household toils, John, tho " seri- ous footman," who, having kissed away Juliana's fears, aroused tho dormant author of thom, who turned out to bo Jones-(not ho of Buckingham Palace, and cold fiotatoe celebrity)-but an unsophisticated being who Hiving lost the run of himself, through boing a man of considerable s...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE NEW DODGE— THE PARKSIAN IMMGRATION PANACEA. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 11 May 1861

THE HE"W DODÖE.-Tin^P-rmB^SIAHECTI», ' GKAÏÏION PANACEA.. O'ho appointment of wandering lecturers In tho United Kingdom, lias so far succeeded, Unit our very dear "friends" in Muequario-street huve agreed happily »o " uncle" for tho loan of £500, to defruy»tho expenses of the foi tuuttto gentlemen who may bo appointed to en* lightou the benighted masses ot the mother country as to the " highly satisfactory condition" of this colony, and tlio ¡llimitiible Hold it presents for the profitable invest- ment of his lubouvby tho " poor mau." Already is the ollice' of tho chief Secretary inundated with applications 'from gentlemen, extremely anxious to carry out tho good, intentions of our paternal government-, bub of-coursO" uouaidurablo difficulty will present itself in selecting the luoky orators from.tho army of volunteer spoutors who havo so generously tondored thoir invuluablo services. In"thb first place we aro told thnt "no Windbags »ead apply; tlmt clioioo will bo made only of such...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LINES ON THE ROAD MURDER. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 11 May 1861

HITES OIT THE ROAD MURDER. That Infant's voice before tho throne l'or A'cngeuneo cries ; The Assassin quails e'en «flit» boforo The Almighty's eyes. And though may Justice scorn to sleep, , Flora hour lo hour ; She shall ai iso and wet hor sword, Anti prove her power. , And tlio baso cownii who.too'er it be. Reap tho full moisureof tho penilly. Good works ni way H insoruluble, Wo all munt own ; But though His ungor He delay,, Lot Him alone. TIlO G HUAT ÜETl.CTINT! who shall fiift .. , Tho woudrous whola, And in one hour case our minds, , , . Avcnsre thnfc soul. ' ' ~ * ?» I». DL Taviítriow, ) Bath.

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 11 May 1861

r"1 ENTI/EÏÎEN favouring ils with orders for this 7T Journal will bo pleased to enclose the necessary advance for six months subscription, vis 18s, or a £1 note which will cover three quarters of the vear. PIOKEBING- & NICHOLS. ' NOTICE.-Mr JAMES ATKINSON, of tho Metro- politan Hotel, Bast Maitland, is hereby appointod «gont for "BBLL'S lim IN SYDNEY," in that town and its neighbourhood ; and will from this date, receive sub- scribers' names, and orders for advertisements ¡ hia ro ceipt being a sufficient acquittance. PICKERING and NICHOLS. Sydney, May 11th 1861. NOTICE.-Subscriber's in Windsor and its neigh- bourhood aro requested to ohserve that our agent, Mr JAMES T. BOWTHORN, haa moved his residenco to Macquarie Streot, Windsor, near the Farmers' Home Hotel ¡ where they will please opplv in futuro for thoir papers. PICKERING and NICHOLS. Sydney, 11 May, 1861.

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE SPIRIT OF THE WEEK [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 11 May 1861

THE SPIRIT OF THE WEEK Tho return' of fine weather lins tended to improve business, which has during the week been moro animated. ~ The PnrBament has been activo "enough, and the firmness of tho Council in reference to their amend- ments in the Land Bill has provod " inconvenient." Tho arrival of tho Joddo's tologrnniB 1ms placod tho mercantile community in possession of intelligence whioh on tim whole is regarded as depressing; notwithstanding a considornblo decline in shipmonts. A Bplondld banquet was given to Mr Wontworth on Saturday last at tho Australian Club.' Sovonty gontlo men ¿at down, Sir C. Nioholson occupying the chair, and Mr J. B. Darvall, tho vico chair. In responding to tho "toast of tho ovoning" Mr Wontworth dchvorcd a powerful mid eloquent speech, in which ho spoke forcibly of tho past, prosont, and futuro of tho colony. ' An oudress of tho graduates and undergraduates of tho University was presented to Mr Wontworth on Thursday in the great hull of that odiQco. At ...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SPEAK NO ILL. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 11 May 1861

SPEAK NO ILL. Nay, speak no ill : a kindly word, Can never Icavo'a stiug behind j i And, O | to broalhe each talo we've heard Is far bonoath a noble mind. '" Full oft a better seed is sown ' By choosing thus tho kinder plan i For if but littlo good bo" known, , Still lut us sponk tho best wo can» Give mo tifo heart that fain would hido, :fi.. Would fain another's faults offaco j ** How can it pleasure human pride To prove humanity but baso ? , No, lot tis reach a higher mood, » A noble ostiraato of man ; * Be oarnost in the search for good, And speak of all^ho best wo corf» Then speak no ill, but loniont bs ,' To others' failings as your own : If you're the first a fault to see, Bo not tho first to make it known. For life is but a passing day, No lip may tell how brief its span i Thou, O ! tho littlo timo wo stay, Let's speak of all tho bost we can !

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ANOTHER ACT IN THE EXTRAORDINARY DOMESTIC DRAMA OF "DURBAN V.vickery" [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 11 May 1861

ANOTHER ACT IN" THE EXTRAORDINARY DO- MESTIC BRAMA OF "BURBAN V. VICKERY." IN the Empire oí tho 2nd instant was published an ex- traordinary communication, a copy of whioh wo subjoin, and which was forwarded to tho offico of our contem- porary by Mr. W. J?. Moirat, tho.complainant's solicitor. " JAMS DuRiiAif v. Jo3Ern VICKERY.-I, Juno Dur- ban, tho abovo-namod complainant, do horcby declaro und stato for tho benefit of all concerned, that I wus in- duced, by certain parties, wrongfully und falsoly, to charge the said'Joseph Victory wltli being tho father of my illegitimate malo child, bora on tlio -lill day of July. hist, awl in justice to tho said defendant, I also st a to that bo is not tho fathor of my said child, and that ho nover took any improper liberties with mo. I havo novor till to-day informed my attorney, Mr Moffut, of tho above facts. I moko this statement and declaration as tlio only not of justice that I can do to Mr Vickery and his friend's under the cirouinstauccs....

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MISCELLANEOUS, [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 11 May 1861

MISCELLANEOUS, DATS IK BUD.-It must be a dismal thing for a soli- tary niau to be taken ill i I mean so seriously ill as to be confined to bed, yet not so seriously ill as to mato iiome relation or friend como at aB sacrifices to be with you. Tho writer speaks morely from logical considerations ; happily, ho never experienced tho case. But ono can see in that lonely life thoro can bo nono of thoso pleasant ciroumstances which mako days in bed, whan acute nain is oyor, or tho dangerous turning-point of disease is Hap- pily past, as quiotly enjoyable days as any man is over likely to know. No one should ever bo soripualy ill (if ho cun help it) unless ho bo ono of a considerable house- hold. Evon thon, indeed, it will bo advisable to bo ill as | soldora as may bo. But to a' person who when well is very hard worked, and a good deal worried, what restful days aro those of wliich wo aro thinking ! You havo such a feeling of peace and quietness. There you lie, in lazy luxury, whon you are...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
EXTRAORDINARY SCENE IN THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 11 May 1861

EXTRAORDINARY SCENE IN THE LEGIS . . LATIVE COUNCIL ON the assembling of the Council yesterday after- noon, (according to a slip subsequently issued by the EMPIRE,) the following members- took their seats. On the opposition benches : Messrs. Xiamb, Towns, Isaacs, Holden, Hood, John- son, Want, Doctor, Lord, Thomson, Faithful, Park, Prineo, Broadhurst, Berry, Merewether. On the Government benohos tvorc the following mem- bers :-Messrs. Robertson, Hargrave, Macfarlane, Rus- sell, Forbes, Oakes, and Byrnes. The PRESIDENT who took the chair at twenty eight minutes to four o'clock said, I have tho honour to inform the House, tha' within tho last few minutes, I havo recoived a, verbal communication from tho Secretary for Lands, stating that a number of now momhers have been appointed. I havo not had the usual communi- cation, tvbich in courtesy, has always been addressed to uie.-as President of this House, hy the Government. I havo held tho seat where I now stand, up to the present time, ...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 11 May 1861

During the past week the magisterial crusade against Mr W. P. MOFFAT has been waged with relentless severity. One and all of their Woiships remain inexorable ; and their combined resolve to con- tinue the suspension of Mr MOFFAT for the full period originally assigned by the POLICE MAGIS- TRAT»-, via three months, appears ta be daily more and more assuming the character of a per- secution. As we have before remarked, we are no apologists for Mr MOFFAT. We consider the language, which in a moment of temporary ex- citement escaped hinij utterly indefensible ; but having made the only atonement in the power of one gehtleman towards another by a frank and unreserved apology, thticc reiterated, ne think the ruffled dignity of the POLICE MAOISTKATE might have been appeased. We shouldtp»obably not have supplemented | the remark's in our hist issue referring to this dis- agreeable subjeet, had it not struck its, on further consideration of all the circumstances of the case, that the united ...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 11 May 1861

As llr Peacock and auothcr gontloninn ivcre prooood "Jina ling crt ,|[ong George-street, on Saturday,'a punt safety rjii into and capsized tho dog cart. " Titi 0 "»«»lernen, fortunate!;-, eticaued unhurt, ' ' ' '

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 11 May 1861

THE MEDICO'S LATKBT PU.V,-It having boen ru- moured that Air. Dyer, the Secretary to the Vocal Har- monic Sooicty, contemplated the resignation of his office, a medical gentleman, present in the Hall, tras overboard to remark that it could not be otherwise than btjisfleitd to the Society, if they had no Dyer here I

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 11 May 1861

I - . TIÍE Bnmsir Sonooí,EOY AS HE USED rd BE.-L? any typo of lniman being might havo seemed likely to escape being mado tho hero ol'romaneo it was tho British.' Schoolboy. His eristonco was nu admitted necessity, nnd that was all. Ho nm tolerated by civilised society as it tolerates poor relation1) or cynical maiden nunfa either for tho sake of antecedents or futuro expectations, - Parents know that in that st rango lump of iii j noss and irapudenco there lay tho personal identity of tho darling .child of past years, so clover nnd so engaging ; and that ? from that unknown material wns to Ftart, in duo timo, the strength and graco of hopeful manhood. But, mean- while, society in general voted him a boro, mid ho re- turned the compliment, Apologie', kindly meant, wprs tendered for him and accepted, as having como to .' thffy disngreenblo age." E von fond mamma looked at him re- proachfully, becnuso ho grew so big, and Mghrd to think-j that this rough creature tins nil that remained ...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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AUNT HETTY ON MATRIMONY. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 11 May 1861

AUJtíT^ HETTY (HT MATEmONY. The following from a veteran old,, maid, may do for other parts of tho world bcBidos America. " Now, girls," Baid Hotty, " put down your embroidery and worsted works ; do something scnsiblo, and stop building aircastles, and talking of lovers and honeymoons; it makos ino sick, it's porfootly antimonial. " Lore is a farce, matrimony is a humbug, husbands aro domestic Napoleons, Nqros, Alexanders, and Bighing for othor hearts to conquer after thoy aro sure ot yours. "Tho honeymoon is as short-livod as a lucifer match; after that you may wear your wedding dress at the wash tub, and your husband wont know it. "You may pick up your own pocket handkerchief, holpyourBolt to a chair, and split your gown across the bock roaohing over the tablo to get a pippo of butter, wliilo ho is laying in his breakfast as if it woro the last rncal he should eat in the world. " When ho gets through ho will aid your digestion wliilo you aro sipping your first cup of oolloo, by in...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 11 May 1861

CBICKEI. Julie present uusettlod stato of tho weather, it is slmjit impossible to lix any cortnin dates for matches in film. - Tho Challenge Oup wo much fear will Hot again be biiltlod for during the present season ; but why this ihoultl bo the caso wo cannot tell. Both the National atd .Albort Clubs distinctly 'déclare thoir anxioty to piny tin return match j but tho latter havo decided only to pliy on a Saturday, while thoir opponents wish to cora Eínco nnd finish the gamo during tho samo week. Thus H would appear that tlioy aro not destined to meet; and ti» we very mtioh regret, bocauso both elevens would bo very strong, and an oxcbllont contest would surely be the result. Confidence too exists in force on either side, so tilt wo can hardly account for tho difficulty that is made about a little mutual accommodation. A ohallengo put forth by tho Nationals, lu our columns of to-day, shows at any rate, that thcro is no funking about them, und we hope thoir plucky offer will not bo t...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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To the Editors of Bell's Life in Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 11 May 1861

To the Editora ofMelCa Life in Sydney. GEMTtrMEN--I beg to correct an orror in tho Pedigrco ? giren of " Eclipse," Mr. Cardon Oollins's horse, nomin- ated iu tho Quoonsland " Champion Race." Eclipso is stated to bo got by Mack Lock, Having partly managed tin llossrs. Leslie's stud, I am personally acquainted .wim the facts I appond as to the several pedigreos I givo you-»ml as I lind tbo pleasure of dehvoring " Black | jock" to his brooder, lind then owner in Brisbane, .In Juli',1551, (then r'iBing8 years old,) for tho purposo of shipment to China,-I know positively that only onomuro was ever coverod by him. This was an Arab bred mare, I afiernards sold in Sydnoy, whose prosont owner may I ¡are tlio produce ; and therefore I describe her a ehosniit pony mare, with a most remarkable whit« patch on near side, low down, branded Ii neur shoulder. Black lock went to Sydnoy almost immediately, and ia now, I believe, soniowhoroin tho Southern Histriots. Eclipse tras bred by tho lato Goorgo...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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COME THROUGH THE GARDEN GATE. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 11 May 1861

j COME THROUGH THE OAKDEN GATE. """ When you come courting m», my love, Don t whistle near the door, " - ' for father heard you yesternight, As -noll tho night before ; And ho wonders w hat can keep me Out here so much of lato ¡ -, So when you como a-courting mo Como through the garden gate. Whon you come courting me, my love. Come through the garden gate. FuU wcU I kuow your lovo lor mo For over wdl nbide ; And father won't objoet whon you ".??" Shall claim mo for your bride. ' You'll ask him now-no, Harry dear, I think we'd bettor wait j And don't forgot to-morrow eva Como through the garden gate. Whon you como courting mo, my love, Come through the garden gate.

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 11 May 1861

DAUÇBÎM oi? TnE /TDKixign Barn.-If tho hot-»ir batli' proves itself to bo a most' ' powerful sudorific, it should1 bo used with a certain caution and discretion. 'At present, we fear, it is' in danger of falling into the hands ¿f oovotous speculators, whoso only aim is to draw as jnuoh money from the pookets ol' the publio as possible, regardless of conscquonces. Wo wero gravely presontod by tlio ignorant proprietor of ono of theno establishments the otlifcr day with a case-book of lus " patioiits," in which tlie bath, Uko Morrison's pill», -wasproved, by rcmirknblo cures, to be tho panacea for every Al that flesh is hoir to. Sooner or later some mullion death in the ovor-hoatod sudatorium will bring discredit upon the XurKItth bath, as undosorvcdly as the citreless exhibition of chloroform, with à fatal issue, now and then clouds for a moment the public faith in that great unniliilntor of pain. The young and healthv may -with impunity indulgo in the higher rangea 'of heat 'in the t...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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SPORTING CHRONICLE. RACES TO COME. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 11 May 1861

SPORTING CHRONICLE. -00 ß A C E S TO COME. »rmtlnnil .:.Juno -Uli, Mb, nnd 6th. Chiall.Muy 23 o and VI in. 1'utrlck'» l'lutn».a.Juno iOili, 20lli, and 21»t. QUEENS rJAlCD. Queensland Champion ßwoon>t.iki'i..May 20ih. North All-lrnllaii Moatlnit, Ipswich.Iune4tti, 5th und 6th. leckhampton .Juna IBtb, 10th, and 90th. TASMANIA. Third Australian Champion Sukes.December 8rd.

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