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AN ELEGY ON TOUOHSTONE. From Belts life in London.) [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 1 June 1861

AN ELEGY OX TOUOHSTOXE., '>',, {lYom Belts life in London.) ?. : Auother hatchment must be placed "above'the. stable ; door. '. 'i.-..'? ~ l'bé greatest of nil modern sires-old Touchstone-ia no : ? more ! ' A crowd of muurners will thero be, for never racer yet .So widely on our ßuglish breed his livitn; stump hus set, Still, howsoever stuuiuh it be, some bitterly: complain They cannot anyhow escape that "everlasting strain!" Yet initiât wide, and amplo.roll bf all, his. ehüdron nono, W^Ui;Wttiit of heart or courage marred the trophies he r Kai" won. ' ' ¡We've hadispeedier sires, perhaps, but hono moro fit to wear . .". ... . . .Seven times tho " ribbon lillie" of which all. coward* ' ' must dospair. ' Con wo forget tba strúggl» hard of tlmt "Two Thousand" ? .'. meé, - Wlien Touchstone's son and grandson! strove solong 'forprido'of place? Or Epsom downs in '57, when beaten by tho speed, , One of his get fell baek and saw the bay mare's length- ening lead j'-'' i , Then coming wi...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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S P O R T I N G C H R O N I C L E. RACES TO C O M E. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 1 June 1861

S P O « T I IM G O H R 0 IM I O L E. RACES ÏÛ O O ME. Maitland. .....Juno 4th, »th, aaa.-.eu.. l'ntrïck'. Halos..?,,,n0",9J"; ^ DrumnicB ......July Snd, Sm. and" 4th. - QUERN'SUNS. , ,*V North Australian Mutin*, Iua.rKU.luna Ith.iib»nd oih. Rockhampton.Jun. 18th, WJ.jand «nth Gayndah.J"11» Win. »Oin, aol ann TASMANIA. Third Auatrallan Champion Sukos ...,"Deaember3rd.

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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TOO GREEN FOR COMFORT. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 1 June 1861

TOO GREEN FOB COMFORT. Tho Cincinnati Enquirer tells tho following good one ; " Day boforo yesterday, a trio 'of newly-wedded couplos, from tho intorior of Kontncky, orrivod at tho Burnett iloiiso nnd took apartment« for tho night at that well ordered hotel. It was quito evident that tho outiro party woro unfamiliar with metropolitan sights. Tho rooms, corridor, marble floor, gorgeous drawing-rooms' and well spread table of tho' hotel, drew from thora tho most in- genuous marks of surprise : In tho evening-, 'they visited tho Opera House, and wore so astonishod 'at the magni- ficence, tnnt even Mrs Wullor's wonderful impersonation of 'Meg MerriUW almost failed to interest thom. , . ' Nothing more was thought of tho verdant trio till about, ono o'clock in the morrting, when tito boot-blaak of tho Burnett Houso, in making his customary rounds, ob- served ono of tho bucolic Benedicts 'scated in tho boll, noar tho door of his room. Ho naively asked tho polisher of tho understandings if ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 1 June 1861

TUB AOOIDEÍÍT TO SKELI.-Again wo have great pleasure in recording tlio daily increasing iniprnveinent in Dies; Snell, who now progrossos rapidly towards jw-'. ? covary j and wo hope ho may bo suflloiontly right fay tho Septombor meeting to enable him onco more to uppear in tho saddle._. . . -

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PEACH-EATING- EXCURSION TO ST JOSEPH. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 1 June 1861

PEACH-EATING- EXCtJRSION' TO ST JOSEPH. Tho good people at Chicago hud a pic-nio oxcursion the ot her day, across. Lake Michigan, to sea the folks and get sorno peaches at St Joseph. Joshua Jopsomo and his Jemima Jane, a momber^of tho 'Kolio Serryflnos* who composed the pio-nie party, .loft Chicago on tho flteatner Comet, in high gleo. Jopsomo 'became the historian of the trip, and giras tho following account of it. - ' ' Wo dropped gently down tho stroom'. Jemima. sot by my side, ditto the picknick baskat, and I was happy.' In a transport Jemima clasped her hands upon ' her bus sum, rolled tip her.izo, and sez to mc, * Joshua, ¿int this sublimo?' Then I said it was, likowise much moor. I've soau thc dour gurl do that moshicn above referred to, «inst, but it was for another reason. Tho Come-it is a small steamer, not larger than sum fory bates I'vo soon. Hut ' she walked tho water Uko a thing of life,' as Bvron sax, till she como to tho end of the north peor. When she begau to cross...

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POLICE. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 1 June 1861

POLICE. Til TitiimDATiorr OF A TAB.-Jock Taylor, a Dutch built specimen of an " ocean child," and a determined deep sea demoornt, was introduced to their worships ut tho Central on Monday, to alford him nn opportunity of giving an extract from his log touching a naval engage- ment in which Polly : and Clara Lidd lo, mother and daughter, wero somewhat personally interested. Jack having boen towed into tho witness box, and having stowed away a ponderous plug of "sublimo tobacco" iu tho roof ' orhis -Kilmarnock, did tho ossontiul, and gave tho' following interesting particulars of Ids terrestrial troubles since quitting tho bosom of his briny mother. 'On Saturday, Jack eamo ashore attired in a now " bird's oyo round his snuooze," and n magnificent " yaller'ves cut," having at tho snmo time a ten pouiid shot in his looker. No sooner had ho olfeoted a landing than he piped tho hands for grog, and haring taken on hoard ns much Jamaica aa would drown a Chinaman, sot sail, and rolled along ...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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PROSPECTS OF THE NEW SOUTH WALES TURF To the Editors of Belts Life in Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 1 June 1861

PROSPECTS OP THE NEW SOUTH WALES TURK To the Editors of Belts Life in Sydney. G-KNTMîMEjr,-You may depend I was not sorry that, ¡ beforo iny last letter armoured, tho Jockey Club lind wisoly douo almost exactly what I vonturcd to BUggest j indeed it rejoiced mo greatly to find that body ovinco HO much desiro to nccommoduto tho public; and, as I said before, T think it hntlnr fnr »lmoot ovorjr «Mon, that races should bo got up by the A. J. C., than that otlier clubs should bo compelled to como to the rescue. This is, of course, supposing that plenty of sport bo provided I by tho ono club ; of which I really believe there is now evory prospect ; aud whatever may bo said to tho contrary, there eun hardly bo a doubt that to " Tattersalls " muHt [ bolong the credit, indirectly of this January meeting, as well as of "The Great Handicap ; " for no ono can blind himself to tho fact that thc extra activity on thu. part of tho Jockey Club has been caused by thq. determination ! exhibited by t...

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ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 1 June 1861

ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. UEMITTAÍÍCRS RKC8IVRD froin O. K. Patterson ¡ J. K. HUTi»nB..n!t i J. M. Wn'Mdfi ¡ As O. Namoi ¡ T. H. Namoi ¡ A. L. WlllUuutown : R. V. , Burrandong ¡ and J, H. T. ' Wind»ar. ? DON UUIXOTK.-At BEEUIO "all Tours" the non-dealer acarea Sume when tha point* are equal. In BLIHD " all fours" tho enlt-r ls entitled tn score game. J. G.. WEST MAITLAND.-According to your rales. Marqula ls Ineligible to run for tha Northumberland Malden Flato. F. lt., SUMM lill HILL.-¥uur letter will appear aa an advertlte ment on receipt of £1. A. ll., CAM PUELLTOWN.-There are sixty pound« weight In a bushel of maize.

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BELL'S LIFE IN SYDNEY. SYDNEY, JUNE 1, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 1 June 1861

BELL'S LIFE IN SYDNEY. SYDNEY, JUNE 1, 1801. TUB twelve hundred and seventy-three electors of East Sydney who, on Wednesday last, re- turned Mr. FORSTER as their représentative, did wisely, and.well. The seat of tho treacherous trickster who bartered their interests' for gold is now filled by one who enjoys the advantage of being not only an able, but what is of far more importance to the country, a thoroughly indepen- dent, and honest man. The unmistakeable ver- dict returned on Wednesday by the largest, anti most important constituency in the Colony, must I be rexatded,-not only as a most decisive victory, but also a striking evidence of' that reaction 'of public opinion to which we have ever looked for- ward with confidence. The electors of East Sydney .have nobly avenged themselves for the gross deception practised upon them by their late unworthy member, and have set an admirable ex- ample, that will certainly not be lost upon the .other constituencies of the colony. There are ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 1 June 1861

Gi ENTIilCMISîT favouring ua with orders for tina r iTournal will bo pleased to onolose tba necessary adrnnco for six months subscription,' vis 13s, or a £1 '«ote which will cover threo quarter» of the year._

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(To the Editon of Bell's Life, in Sydney.) [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 1 June 1861

/2b (he Hditon of Eetl's Life, iii'Sydney.) GEMTLÄMBK-I llaro eton in Oio JImahl ot 30th ultimo, tho death.of Bon James, of tho tlrni of lien James and Oo./I sympathize with his friends, for never itt the annals of history liavo wo hoard of tho death of a groator orator. Ha la n grunt lois to Ilia country. I am quite disap- pointed with AV. Forster, Esq., as he liad tmdertukon the' Idell olltco of undertaker, that ho did not let mo know cither hy circular or noto of tho death of that talented man Bon James, as I Avould willingly otTcr'-myself as ehief mournm- (ifaceopted.) To eouoludo my note of sympathy, nil I huvo to say ls, may hu rust in poaeo, that his spirit may .never appear before its on earth again. I triwt I have not iatruded-on'your Sporting paper. ' '?? ' I am, Gtoutiomen,. . » ; ; : i', JAMES ft. MONAGHAN. . SOO, George-street, lat June, 1881. I

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THEATRICALS. ROYAL VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 1 June 1861

THEATRICAL S. KOYAT, VICÏOKIA. ^-Nightly during tho week havo the triumphs of our - Theatrical " stars" bean repented ; uud if possible with' increasing lustro. Nothing could rival tho - warmth of " Tho ColleonBuwnV* reception savo that accordod to ? Sir William and Lady Don in thoir brilliant rendering last evening of thoir respectivo characters, under, 'th» '?. immediate patronage of His Excellency Sir John Young.1 Sir William and his Lady seem likely to reap as rieh a har- vest towards tho close as ut tlio commencement of their ' engagement-and certainly tho theatrical public appear ns yot unsated with tho rich treat which has lately been aifordod thom. That tho leading actors aro ably. - supported by tho stock company, all who visit th* Theatre know full well; and ovorytliiug is dono-by good V soenia effect and stage mechanism to giro eclat to th« various representations. "Tho Good for Nothing," with that incomparable " My Johnny" hos been ono of th» '> most succossful achiev...

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 1 June 1861

C RICKE T. Ino season may now bo said to havo closed uponCrickct -bats, halb, and stumps, aro laid up in'ordinary, atid I honorable rust will cling around tho spikes during tho noxt threo months at uuy rate. Banqueting is tho order of tho day-and right royally do our jovial cricketers finish up their labors. Tho leading afluir of this kind during tho past week has hoon tho dinuor of tho National club, to celebrate tho OIOBO of their third suason, whioh was' given at tho City Wino Vuults, on Thursday evening. It was our misfor- tune not our fault that wo were uot thore, a's wo woro un avoidably .prevented from accopting tho invitation sunt us. At eight o'clock, about thirty members and thoir friohds int down to un excoUunt fucd¡ provided, in tho stylo foriwhioh tho hostolrio is proverbial. Mr. Isaacs, Q.O., waa in tho chair, faced by Mr. Oswald Lowis ; and tho grostost justico having boen done to'tho'solida, Ute Droning Was «pont in that harmonious and eooial lnarin'or. for wliioh wo...

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MY LITTLE FARM. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 1 June 1861

MY LITTIiK' KAUM. (Br Tits Hos. J-^-B.) This Inst defeat wake* tilings look queer, I really feel nlnrin, So now my promise 1 will keop, And seek " my little fanni" ' 'Twill sootho my ind and weary heart, s,..., ; And provo à cordial balm, Once moro to tasto of tranquil joy . ... ,, , . Upon'"my little farm !" . . .,-".. Oh, Bciyamm, my poor friend Bon, ^ You " got one for your nob," t£. No more, Tm very certain now, p Cnn. you build on tho " mob !" ' Unless your heart is mado of «loue You »uroly much must fool, \ ' - .' Whoa you look at your nominee,7* . : ? -¿ : ' . Poor Mr J. H. Nealo ! Tho lad was willing tooboy, - ? ? ;. . :.? -g.. : But 'twas of no avail, ? , .: \; 5 '. ,!""; "Tor Forstor meant ho ne'er Bhould bo, -K ? I A. joint Unto our. tad !" ? :? . -!.'?:' ... "* Oh, Charley doar, what will you do ? ; . ' This is a prat ty go, t ,. I tliink rou d batter seek at once, Tho BuadesofVivunboo! Uut oh, what anguish fill*my heart,,r .... >. ' That 1 shall soo tho day 7 " ; . ,...

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THE SPIRIT OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 1 June 1861

THE SPIRIT OF THE "WEEK. Tho past week is distinguished by tho signal defeat Buffered by tho government, in tho rejection of. their nominee by tho cloctora of .East Sydney, and tho return of Hr Forster, formorly premier. Very unfavourable commercial intelligence from Vio.j; loria has hud some effect upon our mnrkots, and bu*i~ ness has boen uuiinportunt in consequence Tho ceremony of presenting colours lo the Pyrmont Volunteers will take placo tliis uftcrnoon on the parada ground near the bridge, ; _ John Morton und .lohn Xucklaiid, two of a gang of notorious vagabonds, have boen fully committed for trial for a daring attempt to rob tho Toll gato roar the Mili- tary Barracks, both the follows being armed at the timo. Tho credit of their capturo is duo to tho vigilance of Mr Inspector Harrison. "William Swift, a navvie employed upon the railway near liverpool wus found dead in Ilia tent a, few days, since. A post ruertom proved tho existence of internal disease of long standing. A ma...

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THE CHAMPION RACE. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 1 June 1861

'JUE CHAMPION HACE. BÏ Foznoa. "Tho Champion nice is ovor now, ' Wo haven't heard tho nows, Büt I'd bu quito content to stand In Mr Tait, his shoos : For " Zoo" won tho thousand pounda And well upheld her nnnio, Tlio vory life of »ow South Wales, Tho speedy and tho gatae Tho " Fishoruiau." waa first in front, But though the haul was largo, Iiis tacklo wasn't strong enough For him to load tho charge So seeing he'd bo far behind As on tho rest would go . Ho hailed the "navaldutchmun" To toko his boat in tow. But "Von" was cracking on to keep His own ship from, disgrace, , And found though thirteen year» Al -, Sho couldn't win tho rnco. The gray Bclipso whoso pedigree Has caused so ninny lottors, Betiring cast his shadow < Upon each and all his betters. He didn't quilo put out thoir light For os thoy passed him by^ . . A little lunar Cummings took;.-. ' . And Ashworth winked lus ey e. Tho salt-sea Sailor, Famous Bon Through all his lifo along, Most now mako pretty Zoo ' Tho ...

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THE RING. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 1 June 1861

THE RING. Tho groat talk about fighting which succeeded Sulli- van's boncllthas ovcntunted in a challcngu to the colony of New Soiith Wales from Bourke, who has lately nr rivod from Melbourne, bringing with him a considerable reputation as a " miller ;" ho huving signified his anxiety to find a customer, at catch weights, for a " century." Whether a mntch will bo the result wo are at present not in a position oven to guess ; but, if no fresher num foels disposed to try conclusions with tho Victorian, " Bill Sparkes" will accommodate him for £25 or £50 aside ; and articles can bo entered into at Kelly's, Tho Boso and Crown, Argylo-strect, on Monday evening-at " eight." This would seem specific onough, and Bourke can hardly refuse, should he fail to meet with a more tempting oflbr.. Wo do not, however, Uko seeing stalo men in tho ring, whoro their attempts to emulato thc deeds of their youth generally end in disappointment; and wc think it a pity that somo youngor man than Sparkes (wh...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 1 June 1861

Betl't Life in Spiney and Sportino Chronicle ts published every Saturday morning. Country Subicrlbers will bc received on pay- ment or Six Months In Alliance, viz., 13a. The Quarten end on the 31st March, 30th June, 30th September, and 31st December, respectively, at.which pcrtodi only can Subscribers resign, ou- tlaying up arrears. Parties subscribing tn the mlddleof a Quarter - will only be charged from the date of their commencing. Adver- tisements must specify in writing on th« face of them the number of insertions, or they will bc continued and charged accordingly, till countemiandcd. A OJE NTS FOB THIS JOURNAL. BEM,'« Ll Fr. IN STDSET may bo obtained every Batwrday ol Mr Donovan'!, Tobacconist, Klng.itreet ; Mr Connolly'!, South Head Hoad; Mr Andrew's, Chippendale; MrShavf's, Parramatta Kontl ; Mr Leslie, Pnrramatta-suect; Mr Mattos, Ilrickfleld lilli ; Mr Bancroft, Park-street: Mr Fanacr, George-street South; Mr Jackson, George-strcct South ; Mr Lucerda, Fsrramatta itrect I M...

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AQUATICS. CHAMPION PAIR-OAR RACE, For £ 100 [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 1 June 1861

AQUATICS." CHAMPION PAIR-OAR RACE, Ion ¡eioo. The match between Punch and McGrath and Green and White, which has during thc last few weeks creatod much excitement among aquatic amateurs, wns brought ta a conclusion on Saturday afternoon Inst. Most of our readers uro hwaro that tho conditions wero for the men to pull on tho Parramatta Uiver, over tho samo course that Grcon and White contonded on some months back, in equal boats ; and by way of complying with the latter portion, tho "Shadow" and "Vision" woro selected. A toss for dioico having taken placo, McGrath ohoso tho Vision, leaving tho other boat for his adversaries. From tho timo of making tho match, Grcon and White have boon the favorites, though it was known they had not the «amu advantage of constant practice together as their op- ponents . White being absent from Sydney, and arriving only a fow days bofore tho event wns to como oif. On tho appointed doy tho steamers Washington and Victoria tho former chartered by McGrath ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 1 June 1861

J^OYAL VIOTORIA T n E A T R B. .. The 64th night of ' SIR WILLIAM ¡AND LADY DON. Groat hit of - ; J A C K H O R N E R. . -Lost night of t ? O O D L E E N B A W N, .» . i . Thia Evening, Saturday.: . ; On Monday, . . ? . PO O R R E L A T I O NS.' ">:..? t:.''; On Tuesday, ' ? ?. . ?-. M R W. H I NO HE Y? S BE NSF II, . . ' . Under the Patronago of I The Right Worshipful tho Mayor, and tho Indopondont i-., M.-, Ordor of Odd Follows, M. U. ; 400 PROFESSOR PARKER has tho honour to announce ; tliat hs will give another of his manly Entertain-1 ments ot tho School, of Arts, Pitt-stroot, on WEDNES- DAY next, undor tho distinguished patronage of his Ex- cellency Sir John Young, K.O.B., G.O.M.Q. 463 INDEPENDENT ORDER OF ODD FELLOWS, M.U., SYDNEY DISTRICT. NOÏIOE.--Tho Annual Committeo of tho Dhtriet having granted tho uso of tho buunera and regalia, with tho patronugo of tlio Distriot, to P.P.G.M. Hinohoy on tho occasion of his benefit on TUESDAY noxt, June .1th, at, tho Royal Victoria Th...

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