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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 8 June 1861

WiiJiEitFOECE RACES.-A race meeting was held on tlio 5th June, nt Mr &. Cobcroft's Inn, Mr G-. S. Hall, junr., in tho chair, at which it was resolved that tho above races should come oir on tho 10th July next, and that in consequence of tho deprcssionof the Unies, caused by thc late disastrous floods in tho Hawkesbury, tho first prize should not exceed £20. A good day's sport is an- ticipated. SroHTlxo.-Messrs nassall and Roberts, of Hxetcr Farm, have a magnificent colt by Chevalier out of Cinde- rella, which will go down to Shoalhaven in tho summer "to bo put through tho mill" by Mr He Mestro. The horse will be accompanied by a fine ehesnut filly also by Chevalier, and tho very imago of tho great champion winner, Zoe. Both theso two give promise of being flyers, and,under tho able management of Mr De Mostré, no doubt, they will be brought to the post in tip-top or- der, und add fresh victories to tho long list already ob- tained by tho horses bred at .Exeter 1' arra.-Braidw...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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DELINQUENT SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 8 June 1861

DELINQUENT SUBSCRIBERS. A poetical editor nddressos his delinquent subscribers in tho following musical and toucliing numbera : How li appy aro they. Who tho editors pay, And havo snuarcii up for ono year or more. Tongue cannot, express Tho great joy of tho press, When delinquents have paid thc old score. Printers all tho day long . Labour hard for a song A fate that is hard, all agree They have worked night and day, And of course want their pay, To buy sugar, and coffeo, and tea. One -would hardly believe . Wli.it small sums they receive For tho paper addressed to each nama ; Dut tho price iä so small That tho good people nil TTill pay up for fear of ¿he shaina !

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 8 June 1861

ANSWER* . TO COi*_ESSrOKI)EiaT;. il % i \ % Vfl ¥T ¿~ . » "of A 1 i i.-1 . T' . S ¡ :.. «. . ? i .'.Ul- .\. :. i. : v«V, };rn,r- . , -;;.c cf tl.e h il- ~v\> M î>.r.-~Sii'"J* 'i ¡< i*^- «finid î-iî t-ufîVîî» -o tun fara coa :i : M^#-."«.V'..' " ..-n:-u" uy «umc »¿IL-CIB1 condition np 7'. 'i '.. .VHiNCï CMlKliK.- At fire caril crUilia»?, wh-ro all thc rares do r.ut make 31, the last player counts one-and only one. K. h. F., SYDK KY.-*VTe have no record. II. A.-" Dundee** lii'lonps to Mr Merry wc believe.

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 — 8 June 1861

Cl E NT LUMEN favouring us with orders for this T Journal will bi' pleased to enclose tho necessary advance for six months subscription, viz. 13s, or a £1 note which will cover throe qunvters of theyonr.

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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LITTLE JACK HORNER'S POLITICAL ALPHABET; OR, THE NEW A, B, C. Arranged for "Bell's Life,". [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 8 June 1861

LITTI/13 JACK nORNEB'S POLITICAL ALPJJA BT",T j on, Tiru ssw A, TI, C._ Armnsetl for "Hell's Xifo," BxSitt \V-D--. A-is for Allen, "protection's " groat light, ? Tl-for Duehnnan and " barley-breo" bright. C-stnnds for Cowper so cool and bo chary, D-for Dalgleish a democrat'hairy. E-is for Eckford, most peaceful of men, . E-cruel Forster who heat brother " Hen." G-is n Garret, wanta " tin " T declare, H-means young Hoskins willi nico curly hair. I-is for Isidoro, gentle and gay, <T-udioially jolly is ho in his wny. Ii-ecp clear, for hero comes n far greator "cheese," L-ueas tho friend of tho " helpless Chinese." M-Moriarty a captain H. N" - IC-ono finner than, he amongst Parliament mon. O-is O'Hrien, " o fino roring blade," P-points to Parkes wlio East Sydney betrayed. Q-is for çiieiT, os nra most of tho band, E-is for Tlohcrt?on, " 'postlo " of land. S-stands for Sutherland, Paddington's pride, T-tells of Terry, who "noddy" did ride. U-nless yon aro stupid, I think ero wo...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 8 June 1861

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Tnr BIETUNIGHT BAEL.-A Oionsnnil guests ac- cepted tho hospitality of His Excellency nnd Zany Young, at Government House on Thursday evening; lg testify their loyalty to our Gracious Sovereign; und with' -, truo vice regal splendor were they entertained. Seldom have wo had to record a similar rejoicing, where tho'pre» parafions were on a seale of such magnificence ; or to which tho welcome had in it moro ol' high-toned cor diidity. The splendid saloons were brilliantly lighted, and it need not be fold that tho rooms looked their Tcry bent when'filled, us they were, with tho flower of our youth ond beauty ; interspersed with a large sprinkling of officers in tho handsome uniforms of both regular Soldiery and our Volunteers. Dancing was kept up with immense Epirit, to which tho excellent music not a little contributed, from eight until nearly three; and from tho whole character of this celebration, wo augur most favorably for tho future entertainments at Govern- me...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 8 June 1861

CRICKET. Tho felice, tho unfortunate fence, is to bono moro a bone of contention bctwoen tho cricketers and their op- ponents j for wo expect to seo it removed to some other piece of ground, where at any rate, its presence cannot foreshadow n raid upon our " constitutional liberties." The amount of absurd nonsonso, pure and unadulterated " rot," which has emanated from those who objected to tho fence, wo cannot attempt to notice. Tho arguments have been too shallow for us to tuckie ; and tho idea of this unsightly nuisance, being an infringement of " the liberty of tim subject'' could only havo found a place in tho brain of sonto lunatic "escaped from Turban Crook. Tho Albert Club " Ball," to be given on Friday, is the great affair in prospect, and brilliant it certainly will bo. Nothing is being spnrud, either in the wny of expenso or management, to make tlus tho rival-in splendour of tho ono at Government BTouso on Thursday hist.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 8 June 1861

Jj*AB mox ATI LE DEPAUTÜUES.-His Honor, Sir \V. ? Burton, lute President of thc Legislative Couneil. nnd Mr AV. II. Stephens, recently of tho A'ictoria Theatre, have taken their passages in tho Baruasous, about sailing for England. Both these gentlemen, ns Actors, hare " in their day played many parts," and, been generally held in much appreciation as popular favourites «'it h the8ydnoy public. Judge Burton's forte being deep tragedy, while Slr Stephens excelled in comedy. YAOITT. " IVY GEEEÎ.'."-AV i th reference tq an ad- vertisement headed as above, we aro requested to give notice that the seoond boat mentioned in it has been sold ; and that tho third is provided with sails aud ail necessary, tackle. . " '

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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THEATRICALS, ROYAL VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 8 June 1861

IH-E A* T B I CAL S.'íi JROYAIJ VICTC-HTA/-'" *\ < Süll/if possible iucrbus'irip,'goes ou .itsibrillinnt wny iho popularity of ourTlientricnl "Stars-" and' during the week the pieces have been varied nightly, to tho evident inri Heat ion Ot the play-going public. " Voor Relations," produced for the first and- only timo on Monday, hus possibly been the least successful ¡ but " Little Jack Hor- ner" has indeed held his own throughout, as tho first choice of Hie audience, with unsbnteil claims to their favor. "Tho Child of tho Regiment," "Tho Serious Family," and "All that Glitters is not Gold," have been among tho more prominent tentures in tho bills . and wo need hardly say thoy have been put on the stage ina style which could not fail to ensuro t hem n warm rc ceplion. What moro can bï required than tim acting of Sir William and his Lady, support od by the artistic talent of Hogers, Hayner, and Stephen*, and with (ho addition of the now really accomplished renderings of M...

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(To the Editors of Bell's Life in Sydney) [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 8 June 1861

( To thc Editors of Heir s Life in Sydney J . BEAK " BELL."-As you kindly inserted my last letter, and as I notice moreover that your spécial contributor " Pegasus, " thinks I can do no less than show my grati- tude to thc Jockey Club in some way or other, I would beg of you to let lids And a place. Allowing that the ar- rangements of the Jockey Club have hitherto not been ertrything that might havo been desired, there is still a great deal to bo said for thora. Many dilllcullies have stood in the way rf faultless legislation, which never enter into Ibo calculations of their many detractors ; and some slight misunderstanding appears to exist as to tho amount of prcssuro from without which w«s necessary to bring what aro termed by sporting writers '"J'lio Magnates of our Turf" to their " cake and milk." Ono little point only I ctn desirous of entering into in this letter,and thal is the wonderful amount of interest exhibited by the great ministerial daily paper in a matter so foreign...

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SYDNEY HORSE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 8 June 1861

SYDNEY IIOllBU MAIIKET, Mpssrs Hurt anil Co notlco lillie change In the lionto.market during tile week : a batch of «Irons cart colls and Miles; bred, at Ulladulla, reallied priées rouging l'roin ¿ilH.tu £30. Messrs i ovrau and Israel's homos, sohl by order of tho Olljclal Assignee on Wed ' nenin)' last, commanded lirlsjc competition, wicca from fS tn £Stt. ?Cominan horne» are veiy dull nf «alu, and seldom reallso price« be- yond *12¡ whiltt llrst-olass hackneys,,carriage omi gig llorac» occa- sionally jun up to £30,...-¡ .r..-. i. ' , : Mr diaries jlartyn reports tho horse market this'week ha« not 'oxlilbtleil much nnlniatlun;-rtor ls there any probability nf n change occurring, nntll an improved clan of slock, ls brought :to mai list. Enquiries Tor Urst-class aaddlo anil haniesi lignes continue to lio very frequently made, while, oh account of their ;ijfcsint scarcity, ibero ls no opportunity of supplying; them I tho arrivals ofcountry horses hava alua been very limited,.io clint ...

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COOLAH RACES. MAY 23RD, 24TH, AND 25TH. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 8 June 1861

COOLAH RACES. ! MAT 23BD, 2tot, AN» 25TIT. STBWABDS : N. XawBon,' Esq. ; A. McKenzie, Esq. ; H. Ka veil, Esq. STAJITEP. i C. Xa-wson, Ësq. .' JFDQÏ : W. Olarko; Esq;

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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FIRST DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 8 June 1861

FIEST "DAT. Tho MLATDIN PÍATE of 25 BOTS ; milo heats. Mr.-N. Lawson's Cornstalk...................".......C. Bayly 1 1 A. -Henderson's Soldier Boy .._.._\V. Cox 2 2 A. .McKenzie's 0 liney..'. S S .Trotter's Cobweb ..'..;.................... O n Dickerson's Mountaineer ..' H. 0 0 .-.Plper*a Planet....-... 0 0 The PTTBUCAJI'S PDIISB of 20 BOTS, for all horses] 2 milos. ? Mr, J. McCuhbln's Smith O'Brfan.............'.....Stubbs 1 A. Hendersons Bny Jack..V. Cox 2 C.'.B»yly's Lady Bird. 3 Layton's nundah.......'.. 0 Butcher's Cock Robin. 0 Hr/iiny Soüiuiy of 16 SOTS, for ' all untrained horsos; ono milo and a distunco ; heats. : - 1 - Mr. C. Lawson's Native Dog_........".'.....Cohen 2 l l A. McKenzie's Cupid._. \ S ¡S O. Lawson's -Skirmisher...T,......U-.: 0 0 0 NcCubbln's Emnllna. OOO Henderson'» Prince of Wales. 0 0 0 . And several otliers. ' HACK RACE of 10 soys, for all bono fide hacas. Ur. A; McKenzie's Sweep .2 11 ' Trotter's Chancellor.;.12 2. Cohen's Jerry.<..0 0 0 An...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 8 June 1861

UiTiE BT- ANb'iCp., >JIowo nnd: ,Çuttlu Sidesinón, .?Vj -7 Commission Agonía and Qonoiitl Auctioueora, uro. now propnrod to oH'üCt aiilo» at tlio l'nlili'o Calilo, Yards, 'ponding tho oroctfoiv of Uten* prcmiaCB ; wliiuli pro nipidly lirogi'osaing.torconinlelioii.',, QftleeB-ííowmprkot, Jiprao itepoaitory,,28a¡íI'itt-Btrpot¿.8ydiioy. -..,;", ',-,¿, .;,-,j¡,4DG "'-.-?'? 1 '? ?il'f-' i ' ??-' i " -i -? i1,'.J .. : ...ai. rr< IJHOBUOiî ."lroipnrimiif.araikot AVIiarf. JUtablialuidi >/. ¡1850. . W.a'RITClI4.KJ>, AuöUDneor..-anf.Gcn«. ral Producá Agent. - .'"-.'.,' ? M.,.,. . n i'-¿i',-¡S0 , Av., may. l>o consulÇpd JUily, ut lois .Surgery; 2P1, Parraiaétttvstreot. . ti*-,".., , .".SSS ? .- ? ;? J" .' .' . if ' ^ W' UVJ-Ii' í VÍIO.T ORI A ;TIIE,A1KE, SIR W I IJ Ti I A M AND Ii A 1) Y DO N»" .THRICE FAVOURITE PIECES. ; Tilia Evening, Saturday, Rill June, :_ " : . - 1 For tho lust limo . . ?'? ' C H IL D OF T H. E RE Cr I SI 13 J» T( . AS» . " . THE TWO ll UZZABBS, ' '...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 8 June 1861

. Mrs Yior.ú tolls,tho followingstory of Indios, ¡whilst nt Bath, dressing vory " low":-A genteel young clergy- man told his numma, about ton days ngo, that ho lind lost Ilia heart lo pretty Miss 1'ridoiiux, and that ho must absolutely marry her or dio 1 La citera mero pf course replied gravely, " My dear you havo not bcou acquainted .with tho lady above a fortnight,r..lot,)no .roeomniend you to »ce moro pf hor." " Moro of her 1" exclaims tho Iud ; "wiry I luivo .soon, down to, tho,ililli rib on each side already." .. . , ..; .' Why don't you stnhd for tho borongh ?" asked n> lady of her husband, who was suffering from a lit of tho gout ? "Why should. I my dear?" ,'i But.I, think you should," resumed his' wife;: " your language and actions aro truly parliamentary.,: When bills.oro presented, you oither order thom to bo laid on tho table, pr, ranko o. motion to rise i. though out of order, you; aro,supported by tho chu ir, and often poko your uose into measures which aro cnlculitc...

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CENTRAL CRIMINAL COURT. MONDAY. Before Mr Justice Milford, and a Jury. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 8 June 1861

' L:2}rfoñ Sfr.Jititice 2IilJurd, and a Juri/.' " STBA.WS& ts> l>WEti.K*'o.-George. Gall, a' Gcrninn of' mpectable7'B'ppcnÍwieÍ!,° "un« 'indicted for having nt Sydney stolen certain goods and chattels of tho value of £20. from tho dwelling of Thonuis''Kíngloy,; Prisoner plendod guilty,, but urged in extenuation bf his offence thnf haviiig been working for Mr langley,' and being iii tho receipt of nb'inouoy, ho was hard pressed to pay for his lodgings, and that with tho'proceeds of tho goods stolon ho paid for his lodgings and bought clothes. Pri- soner was sentencod to bo confined in iJárlinglmrst gnbl for fillip.calendar months.' ' >' ' Jolin Morton nn.l JohniX.a-aklan were indicted for that they did, on the Still Muy, 18(U, at Sydney, being (lion sovoraUy armed willi certain olTounivo weapons,' to wit, pistolsj.mako nu assault upon .Frederick Forrester, put- . ting him in danger of his life ;' mid that they-did feloni-' j ously and violently steal from him 4m. 3d,...

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THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 8 June 1861

THE TURF. THE Queensland Champion Race and trie Muit lnnd meeting have furnished the principal topics of conversation in sporting circles since our last ; anil full reports of. euch will be found in their proper places. With reference to the former we have nothing to add, unless it be that, on the ar- rival of the Telegraph last Saturday morning with the news of Zoe's victory, the greatest excitement iva-i observable in the city, although but little money changed hands over the event. The Maitland " Tryst" has disclosed no feature of peculiar interest, except that IMr De M estro did not conic out quite in his usual style. There was not enough racing of the ? required kind to enable his nags to be properly placed; and BO their being there at all spoiled the sport, without being a source of much profit. The local stable was in great force, and" "Talleyrand" quite kent up thecharanter, lie made for himself at Rand- wick, of one of the most dangerous horses in the colony. We prognostica...

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JUCGE: Captn. Close. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 8 June 1861

JrxD&E : Captn. Close. STSYFABDS: Capt. Vindin, Otto ? Baldwin, Esq., Jno. ?\Vyndhnru, Esq., F. If. Dovle, Esq., J.P., .Tito. Enle?, junr., Esq., John Borthwick, Seq., J.V., N. G. Carter, ïîsq., Henry Rourke, Esq. TiiEASCREB : "W. T. Mitchell, Esq. IIoxoBAnr SECHETAKV! Ifr. Thomas Miers. CLERE OP THE COURSR : Mr. John Arlin«. Tho rares; nftor Imving been postponed from thc 21st of May and following durs, «imo oil' on tho new course nt Rutherford during tho past week, and we are sony to say they liavo hardly, been ns successful us we lind hoped un- der all the circumstances. Hie system of liaving nothing to contend for but all-aged races, wo believe must have militated very -materially against tho interests of tho affair ¡ a mistake which wc kopo to see rectified before tho next meeting of tho Korthunibcrlnnd Kneing Club, whose clTort3 in the good cause, and anxiety to make sport for the public, certainly entitle them to all sorts ol' success. "Wo fear thut, whilu tho prosenc...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 8 June 1861

rpHTRÏ» AUSTRALIAN CHAMPION STAKE of JL £600, with a swèe» of £100 ench added, half forfeit open to all the Australian Colonies. " Provided thrco or more horses start, tho second horse to reçoive £200, and tho third horso £100 out of tho Stake. ? To bo run for over tho NEW TOWN RACE COURSE in TASMANIA, on TUESDAY, tho 3rd dav of December,-1861. . . ; "Distance, three mites. . > i . ? Entrios to bo addresBod and'forwarded to the Socro tary, Derwent>Hotcl, Hobart Town, on or boforu the ist of September, 1861. Forfaits to bo deolarod one month before tlie day of tho race. Weights... 8 yrs. old ... 7,. 0 4. " \ ... 8 6 5 ,-, ,,. ... 9 0, lit;, , G\" "&nged... 9, 6 ' . . . BTBWAKD8. v J; Jj. B. Tobbrti Ksq".: tTohn Lord, Esq. W. Kearney, Esq VT. Doddory, Esq. '- Thomas Field, Esq. . John Eiold, Esq. Jas. Lord, Esq." . G. A. Kemp, Esq. S. Blackwell, Esq. To act'with Stewards to bo appointed by each of tho | Colonies. J. W. ORATES, 1015_Hon. Seo. .RANDWICK SEPTEMBER MEETING. ...

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BELL'S LIFE IN SYDNEY. SYDNEY, JUNE 8, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 8 June 1861

BELL'S UPE IN SYDNEY. SIDIOT, Jcrrrjs 8, isci. Tn K anniversary of Waterloo is not to be honored . by the mealing of the " merry men" of Macquarie Street, who, it is reported, are further released from legislative labor until some time in August, then to assemble " for thedispatcli of business," Thus the application of that infallible " poor man's plaster," the Land Bill, to the public wound, is again according to ancient ministerial custom, post- : pone 1 to " a more convenient season," leaving the ! "po)r man" meanwhile to endure, with what phil "«sophy he may possess, the smart of his poli- tical sores. This system of adjourning, SINE DIK, the settlement of the great questions of policy tip m which the future welfare of thc country* de- pends, is one of the most consistent features of the " tide of. liberal policy, "the bitter waters of which have so long submerged the very founda- tions of our sociat and political prosperity. No sane man now believes fur one moment that when- ev...

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