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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 27 October 1860

BIRTH On the 23rd instant, at Arlington House, Five       Dock, Mrs. George Patrick, of a daughter.

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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SYDNEY MARKETS FRIDAY. WHOLESALE PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 3 November 1860

. BVDNEY MAÏUCETS, FRIDAY. . . I WHOLESALE l'lllCBJ. ' I WHEAT,"* to 8i porImilielt flour, £19 portón: molso, 2*t 0d lo Sa barley, 4s; capo dido, 4« per Im-Jhel; hay, oaten, £8; lucoru* £1 per ton ; butter, lOd to Is ; clisóse, 01 to ls¡ bacon and ham« OU to 8d per lh t F.tRtfi O.l to lu par dozen ; fowl a, 2« 6<l t -> 3* Gd per Con plu ; potatoes, £12 to £15 por ton ; f.tt pigs 6d to B4 per lb ; bref, 40s, mut- ton, BO per cwt ; Utiles. 53 to 15 t tobacco, Is 2d to Is Od por lb, < best nu al I ty. I-mcarno ÖCM IS 0<I per lb, retail 2a ¡ purreiuilal rod clover, dtttu ditto; whlto Dutch, ditto ditto; station and tiUxe-l grasses. Is per lb, sorgUum Bûcclianuum; Is por Ib ; seed oats 5s od to fis Cd pot busbol. FEUIIH AMD SON, Cemtnlulon Agents....

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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THE CHAMPION DUEL. (To the Editors of Bell's Life in Sydney.) [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 3 November 1860

I TnE CHAMPION DUEL. I j _ (To the Editors of Belts Lire in Sydney.) \ GEÎTLEHEN-Having observed of late, tliut you hnvo. boon among the foromost in promoting the pussngo of nrms between Captain Mncdonald and Professor Parker, I have but littlo hesitation in asking room for theso few remarks upon what took place last night. I,will premiso by saying, tliot, in common, 1 bcliovo, with tho majority of tho Sydney public, I um a great ndmiror of tho Pro- fessor; feeling bound to honour tho man who docs any- thing surpassingly well, and behoving thnt, iii whnt ¿io protends to, Mr. Parker has no equal among us. Thus, I may bo permitted to Bay a few words. ; I have no'intention of talcing bxcoption to tho piny, nor, can I echo the papular cry "that it wa3 nota match at all,' but only a draw," bocouso I wns pleaaod with tho display of science, mid bcliovo each mon did his best ; hut I can- not help saying, that I consider Professor Parker has run a great risk ol forfeiting tho confidence and...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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CRICKET. MATCHES TO COME. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 3 November 1860

CRICKET. " \ MATCHES TO COME.. I Nov. 3.-Continuation of match, Albion 10 V. Albert 11.Domain, Nov. ff-Denison v. Albert, Continuation, Domain. 1 Nov. 10.-Warwick v. Albert.Domain. Nor. 30.-National v. Albert.Domain. Tho weather, sinco our last, has not hoon ov.netly whnt oriokct requires ¡ but still, directly and indirectly, a good deal lias boon dono. Below will bo found full particulars of meetings held nnd business dono during the week ; and our renders will gather from whnt wo toll thom to dny, that tho Sydney cricketers will this year, if possible, oxceod'allformor efforts to secure victory against tho ViotoriBns- Whilo on this thorne, wo may, en passant, hint to thom the propriety of allowing thoir energies to flow into thoir proper chnnnol, instead of prostituting thom hi tho manner of lnst Tuesday night nt the "Vic- toria. Whoover woro tho gontlemon engngod in tho nt tentpt to pull down Hie house, thoy certainly spoiled other people's nmusement, without adding to their own,...

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ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 3 November 1860

ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. j REMITTANCES RECEIVED ßunTw. R., Camden ¡B. D.'L., Cooina t and from Melbourne agents. B-1AV-Y.-The ladies arc undoubtedly well mated; andweex uect It w ill soon be A ease of up sticJt and nu&y." " 3. II. KI ANDU A.-Nat Langham and Ka) era fought but once, »hen the former won. , * - ,

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BELL'S LIFE IN SYDNEY. SYDNEY, NOVEMBER 3, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 3 November 1860

BELL'S LIFE IN SYDNEY. SYDHEY, NOVEMBER 3, 1860. OUR leading article, together with theatrical and other notices, is unavoidably crowded out., On the COLONIAL TREASURER'S motion last night, for a vote of supply for six months, after two amendments, which were negatived, an adjourn- ment to Tuesday next was propose«! and carried.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 3 November 1860

GENTLEMEN favouring us with ordors for this Journal will bo pleased to enclose tho uccesary advance for six months subscription, »is 13s, or a £1 noto which will cover threo quarters of the vonr. PICKERING & NICHOLS.

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INSPECTOR THOMAS FRANCIS QUIRK AGAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 3 November 1860

INSPECTOR THOMAS FRANCIS QUIRK AGAIN. TraANNiOAi. TKEATMEKT OF run Poi.icn.-rAt the close of tho investigation into tho Into oulrago on tho blacks, Mr. Brown, tho Polico Mngitrate, said ho observed n paro gniphin tho Courier of thnt morning in which a chargo was preferred against Mr. Quirk, ns Chief Constable, to tho cll'ect that ho had suspended Constablo Cross on Sat- urday and ordered him on Sundny.inomingto resumo his duty, and thoro would bo no more nbout it. Ho lind ulso received a complaint in writing from Cross hiinsolf, in which Mr. Quirk wits charged with systemntic and tyran- nical trontmontunderhiscontrol. These cüinplaintsluiving occurred so often in the noivsnnpors ns woU us privately, ho (Mr. Brown) felt bound in tho capneity of Police Magistrate to notieo them on this occasion. *By tho di- rection of his worship, Mr. May then rea'd tho complaint in writing, which, as ive have stutcd, preferred n series of charges ugainst Mr. Quirk implying tyrannical treatment. Mr. D...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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THE CHAMPION BROADSWORD DUEL. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 3 November 1860

THE CHAMPION BROADSWORD DUEL. ? The great match between Captain Macdonald and Professor Porker wliioh has so long been the theme of gonoral conversation hi our city, und by which was to bo established tho right to the title of "Champion of Aus- tralia," with tho Broadsword, carno oil" at tho Tempér- ance Hal], Pitt-street, on Thursday Evening. Shortly after the oponing of tho doora an unnicnso rush took place, and, m a vory fow minutes, ovory available seat -was appropriated greatly to the inconvonionco of those Mho had not takon time by tho forolock. To nil appear- ances, the arrangements wore not doserring of much praiso ; the scots reseroedfor Ladies wero not to bo found, and much inconvenience was tho result. Wo aro de oidcdly of opinion that whore Ladies aro specially invited to attend, something ought to bo dono to inuko them happy and comfortable ; but on Thursday night wo really do think it was impossible to corry out tho urrangomonts which we aro assurod had been made by Pr...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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THE SPIRIT OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 3 November 1860

EKE SPIEIT OF THE WEEK. Business romains without much animotion. Public attcntiou is engrossed by the political crisis, und nil mon look anxiously for tho coming General Election, as tho only menus to relievo the stngnntion produced by the combined agency of Government and Parliament. Me- tropolitan and local intelligence is not marked by any- thing iiorlhy of special remark. Tho soiitenco of death passed upon Sunn nt tho lost Maitland Assi/es for murder, has boon commuted to hard labour upon tho roads for life. Mr Alfred Parker was drowned accidentally in tho Yangar Crock, nenr Balranald. Tho schooner Stag has been totally wrecked nt tho Heads of tho Macleay river. Fortunnlcly no lives wero lost. Tho vessel waa owned by. Mr Brennan of Sydney. Nino of tho camels taken out by tho Yictorion explor- ing party, under Mr Burke, have been lost in the bu«]*. A womau named Ann Hesstran, residing m Linden lane, Parramatta-atrcet, died from apoplexy, tho result of intemperance Thomas Endd of ...

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"If a 'BODY' Kiss a 'BODY.'" SUPREME COURT, WEDNESDAY, OCT. 31st. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 3 November 1860

-If a 'BODY Kiss a 'BODY"' SOPÉEME COintT, "WEDNESDAY, OCT. 31st. THE GREAT VICKERY CASE. ' On Wednesday, at 3 p. m., their Honors tho three Judges ent to licor on application, on writ of habeas cor- pus, for the discharge of Mr. Joseph Vickery from Dar- linghurst Gaol, wherein ho lind been incarcerated for dis ohojing nn order of tho Sydney Bondi of Magistrates to poy towards tho support of his illegitimate malo child tho sum of ono pound sterling weekly. Mr. Dnrvnll, Q. C, instructed by Mr. Hellyer, appeared on behnlf of tho nppellanl, nnd Mr. llutlor, instructed by Mr. Cory, showed cause against. Tho'Court was crowded to orces», and amongst tho spectators wo noticed MÍBS Jano Durbnu, supported by hor god-mothor and her washerwoman. On Mr. Darvall rising to address tho Court, his DTonor the Chief Justice remarked :-" I Bupposo the body is in Court," whereupon the body aroso, attired in tho latest ecclesiastical fashion, and buried its voncrablo chin within the folds of its white c...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 3 November 1860

MATCH-DUNISOK V. AT.UIÎIIT.-TIIÍB match, played on Saturday last seemed to cause some excitement, if wo may judge from tho number who nttended on tho ground. Wc woi'o delighted to see Hie Domain looking so lively, it showed us whnt -ii great iuterest tho public toko in the noble game, mid thal, if carried on in o propor opirit, it will receive nil tho support that could bo desired. Wo hope lo seo loss delny another tinto in getting .wickets pitched &o., und, whilo wo innko allowances for the inconvonioiico attending mntohoa ployed in the Do- main, wo think that if till would exert thomielves, mid do a littlo on such occasions, play would be commenced somowhnt curlier. It was half-past 2 when the Dcnisi.il i sent to the wickots Poingdestre and Wickham, to the -bowling ol' Wnrd who commenced with n maiden. Noivcombo followed, and with his sQrond ball tent Wickham to the tent. Brownlow took his place, but, after ii score of three, was dismissed hy Wnrd. Gorman and G. Cowlishaw ...

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EXTRAORDINARY ACTION AGAINST AN ATTORNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 3 November 1860

EXTRAORDINARY ACTION AGAINST AN ATTOENEY. At tho Guildford Assizes, on Monday and Tuosday, the court was occupied by tho cuso of Fray v. Voules.-The plaintiff in the action was o young woman named Ros nuna Dupin Fray, and she sought to recovor dnumgos from tho defendant, who is mi attorney, for having negligently conducted an action sho had brought against Lord and Lady Zetland, and consented to an arrange- ment to stay that nction without her consent.-The de- fendant pleaded that tho plaintiff had no ground of ac- tion against Lord and Lady Zetland, mid also that ho lind acted reasonably anti laudably in tho mattor. Tho facts connected with this mattor have been so vory frequently boforo tho public that it will not bo necessary to io moro than to briofly alludo to thom on tho present occasion. It will bo remembered that tho plaintiff, who is a rcspcctablo young woman, wont into tho sorvieo of lady Zetland in Juno, 1854, as head lady's-maid, and that disagreements took plnco hi tho ...

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THE RING. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 3 November 1860

THE El IT G.^ Jnok Sullivan, lately nrrived from England, has called upon us, nnd expresses himsolf anxious to find ii customer, at 8sl Gibs, give or toko, a pound "or two. Sullivun lins appeared but twice in tho 1*.R., nnd on tho first oocnsiou wti3 bonton by 3/yneh in August, '68. In April of this year ho mci Tom Tyler, brother to the well-known "Bos," when nfter fighting two hours und forty eight inimités thoy woro interrupted by " tho Benkn. " StiUiian will shortly toko a beuoflt, at which intending customers nitty tnku his incajure ; in the menutime he menus fightiug, mid eau bo found uny day at Jos. Jlutch-i bison's. ' Fonit-MlMä S I'oitTs.-On Tuuaduy, two knights of tho aluavoi' lind a sot-to on tho Four-mile, whioh lasted for lh, 23m. during which 3d' rounds wero fought, for tho love of a fair dame; tho contest ended in favour ol'the .Bocky Plains' Champion, who has niñee expresseiMiis intention of fighting uny other candidato for her person. On the following, day great, spo...

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THE GREAT RUNNING MATCH: FOR £100 ASIDE. Two Miles.over 50 Flights of Hurdles. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 3 November 1860

THE GEE AT EUNITING MATCH ; FOE ¿6100 ASIDE. Two Miles, over 50 Flights of Hurdles. | Tilia event, which lins caused BO much speculation anti intorost among all classes of sportsmen dining tho lust month, carno off on Wednesday last, August 1, on Stoko Whartón Common, and although tho distanco from town was BO considerable, thoro was a vory largo num- ber of persons on tho ground, including a goodly sprinkling of the aristocracy, a great many of tho local gentry, mid a party of distinguished Russians, whoso carriages wero immediately opposite the winning post ; mid behind them several marquees wero placed, tho largest containing a handsome luncheon provided by tho gentle- men connected with tho match, two bands of music en- livening the Bcoiio. Tho course was in the figure of 8, each bow or loop boing o mile, tho Btart taking placo in tho centre, at tho winning post, opposite which wero n fight ot hurdles, so that tho occupants of tho carriages and others saw tho mon start, pasB the...

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 — 3 November 1860

laUATICS. WATEUÏIAN'S MATCH.-A match was rowed on Mon dny between Androw Maguire of lîrskino Street Ferry, nnd Dan Maclean, of tho Queen's Wharf ; tho distnnco being from the red buoy olfFort Mncquario, round Foit Denison and back. This was tho Bccond nioettng of tho mon, nnd if aiiytliing,Magiiiro was tho favorite. Maguire showed first' in front nftor n vory lovel start, hut was soon passed by Maclean, who took a clear lend down to Fort Donison.-Hounding tho turning point Maguire drew upon his nntngonist, and a splendid struggle ensued, until about half the distunco from Fort to Fort liad boen got over. At this point Maguire put on a spurt to pass his adversary, when Maclean pulled across hhn, and a foul lins the result; in which Maclean broko ono of his sculls, Thomee was now over, Ä-v although Maclean was fur- nished nithn scull out of another boat, his chanco was out ¡ and Maguire pulled home an easy winner nt his own pace. The winner pidled iu n boat belonging to McGregor of Ci...

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MISCELLANEOUS [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 3 November 1860

M.80EL L AMEOUS. WHAT BRITISH VOKVKTBERB HAVE DOITE.-Mr Honry Borkoloy, in his speoeh in Commitloo on tho Fortification» and Works Resolution, said ¡-" Ho found the report (on tho National Dofoncos) a disparagomont of tho volun- teer forces. (No, no !) Hon. members said " no"-ho would qualify- his observations, then, nnd say that tho voluntoer forco was "damned with fnint praise." (Hear, hear.) It was said that this voluntoor forco was unable to moot tho regular soldiers of othor countries in tho field. Ho denied that assertion point blank, and main- tained flint prccodont wns in his favour. Almost oil great military actions had been dono by raw levies nnd volunteers. Who turned a veteran anny out of Amoricn? Raw lovios and voluntoors. Who captured a Roynl army, with Burgoyno at tho hoad of it? Raw IOVI'OB and voluntoors. (Hear, honr.) The Duko of Wellington stood at tho hoad of a splondid nrmy of veterans at the timo Napoleon was sont to Elba ; 8000 of them, picked mon, woro sent t...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 3 November 1860

BIRTH.   On Saturday, the 27th instant, at her residence, 245, Liverpool- street, Mrs Walter G. Mason, of a daughter.  

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THE IN-AND-IN SYSTEM OF BREEDING ANIMALS. A PAPER READ AT THE CROYDON FARMERS' CLUB, MAY 5TH, 1860. (Continued from our issue of the 13th ultimo.) [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 3 November 1860

THE IN-AND-IHr SYSTEM OF BSEEDHíd ANIMALS. A PAPBR ABAD AT THE CROYDON PAItJEBTtS' ahTTB, MAÏ 5TH, 1860. I Bv J. Shorthouse, M.J)., LJJ.D., of Carshallon. ] I (Continued from our issue of the 13ii ultimo.) I An instance of tho comparativo vnluo of two stallions, ono moro in-brcd than tho other, may bo seen iii Van Tromp mid tho Flying Dutchman, both out of Bar- bollo. Thcao horses nro both in-brcd to Buzzard, but tho Dutchman is also descended from Selim, son of Buzzard, on tho sido of both dam mid siro.' Kow, it, will not bo questioned that at prosont Van Tromp is comparatively a failure, and that tho Dutchmnn is emi- nently successful. Wild, Dnyrell, winner of tho Derby, nnd tho bost horso of Ids year, by long odds, speedy as ho was, traced his wonderful powers to a reunion of tho blood of Velocipede, which oxists on the sido of both sire and dam, and also to his descent from Selim and Rubens, own brothors, who aro respectively his pntornal and maternal groat grandsires. Molbourno...

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WAGGA WAGGA RACES. (Abridged from the Express.) FIRST DAY, TUESDAY, October 23rd. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 3 November 1860

WAGGA. WACKJA ¿ACES. " J ("Abridged from the Express.J FIBST DAY, TtmaD*.T, October 23rd. Xfrst Raoo-Tito MAIDKÏ PÍATE of 60 sovs, for all maiden horsoj up to tho tuno of entronco (two-yoar olds oxooplotl), weight for ago ; one event, two milos, Mr. Mthatty'i o R Coronation, 0 y«, 0<t lib.,.O «nor I Chas. UuBrey'i 1) it Larry, agid, Ost Uli..T. Tyrrell i - P. S. F. Stepluin'a b g Bryan O'Lynn, 4 jrm, 8it 411» W. Sawyer bit Wblteliand'i b f Melbourne, S yri, 5it 121b* . dr A good deni of disposition to upooulato on this event was displayed, mid although Coronation was not a geno ral favorite, some, especially Mr Jacob Marks, offered to back the gallant chostnut at very long odds against the fiald. Mr, Laok too backed Mr Stephen's golding nt 6 to 2 agat tho field. A good slart was oUected, and Corona- tion and Bryan O'Lynn racod neck and nock past the .qaartor-rnilo post, whon Bryan unfortunatoly bollod in f pito of the onergetio efforts of his young ridor to koop him in th...

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