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

BelX'i Lift in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle Is published ever; Saturday morning. Country Subscribers will be receiyed on paj« rnenl of Six Months in Advanct, yit., 13s. The Hunters end on the 31 si Starch, 30th June, 30th September, »nd Slit December, . respectively, at which periods only can Subscribers resistí, ea roving vp arrears. Parties subscribing in the middle of a Quart« will only be charged from thc date of their commencing. Adi«, tlieincnts must specify in writing; on the fhee of them t|io numb« of intertlons, or they will bo continued and charged according!)*, till countermanded._' ' - ? . AGENTS FOR TBIS JOVONAL. DetL'i Jjipx IK STEHET rnay be obtained every Saturday st Ut Donovan'«, Tobacconist, King-street ¡ Mr Connolly's, Bouts Head Road; Mr Andrew's, Chippendale ; Mr Altair's, yarr amii ts Road; Mr Leslie, Pananwttn-sl reel ; Mr Mattes, Brickfield HUI; Mr Iltuieroft, Park-street; Mr Fanscr, üeorgo-strcet South ; Blr Jackson, George-street South; Mr Lucerda, Parrama...

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

SCHOOL OF ARMS. On Wednesday evening Professor Parker gavo an in- vitation to Iiis friends, for ono of his scientific'exhibitions, at tho School'of Arts; hut in consequence of the Tery unpropitious weather, tho attendance was not as numer- ous 4is could lmvo been desired. Tho crcuts announced to como oil', were quito sufficient of themselves to have drawn together a "full libuso ;" even without tho popu- larity of (he Professor himself, among those amateurs who delight in manly exorcises, which always ensures him moro than nn average share ofpatr.onage. Tho moro adnincod pupils or Professor Parker's classes, com- menced the entertainment with scvornl bouts witli, foils, sticks and bayonets, giring some excellent ploy, and. exhibiting n proficiency, onlv to bc acquired by constant practice, following thc Tory best tuition. In theso cora bat?, Messrs Allerton, McLoric, Logan, Norrie, Brown, . Lieutenant McCormick, mid others distinguished them- selves immensely ; and drew repeated pla...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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BOMBALA ANNUAL RACES, [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 8 June 1861

BOMBALA ANNUAL RACES, These races commenced on May 22nd, and llio follow- ing "a brief repart of same : The MAIDEN PLATE ol' 20 sovs ; 1 *? mile. One event. Mr JJ. Steward'* Hut>hirmn ... ... ... ... " ... 1 KceleKton'ti Cavalier ... ... ... ... ... 2 1!, Solomon's Wnil-n-wliilo ... ... ... ... 3 I). Mackay'* Phantom ... ... ... .. ..4 T. il 'Coy's Will-o'-tliMvisp . _.5 This race was well contested by Cavalier and Bush- man, but Bushman came in tho winner by about lialf u length. BOMBALA TOWN PLATE. Throe milos. Ono event. Ur Jlndgciy'» Illach Prince... ... ... ... ... 1 Iloherts' Roval Oak ... . .. ... 2 Ki!#»Ts' Sailor Hoy . .. ... .3 Drlscoll's Prince Patrick... ... ... ... .... 4 A capital race. Black Prince and Boyal Oak having a severe tussel for tho prize, which wns carried olf in first rate etvlo bvilhe Prince, which carne in first by about a length.* PmiT.icA?."s' PUESE. Two mileä. Ono event. Mr Robert's Stumpy ... ... ... ... ... 1 C. Speers' Soldier ... ... ... ... .....

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THIRD DAY. THURSDAY, JUNE 6TH. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH] [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 8 June 1861

Tatinn DAV. TIIUIISDAY, .TUXE GUT. [BY ELELTHIC XJîLEGIîAVir.j Kirnt Unce.-Tho KonriiusiTiEiiLAVi) JOCKEY CLTTB HANDICAP of 100 sovs, with a sweepstakes of 5 sovs oneil added, for nil horsos ; to bo handicapped by thu Stewards or whom they may appoint; one event, three miles ; tho second horse to receive 20 sova from tho prize. Slr. l-dorrick's Talleyrand, 4 yrs, Bst llb.ThoiR]»on u. Young's Ko'.i-l-Nour, 4 yrs, 7st 71b .;. E. Ile Mcstre's Veno, aged, 9»t. 3 Sicond Knee-(in lieu nf Hie Squatters' I'ui'se.) The UÛJtitY Senility of £2 each with £20 added bent* 1 mile and a distance. "Winner te be cold for £20 AVeight for njro. Who-would have-thought lt . 1 I Helii-me-through-the-world . 2 2 Unlfoy .... a 3 Third Race-Tho CONSOLATION STAKEJ of 25 SOTS, with a sweepstakes of 2 sova each added, for all beaten horses that, hare not been distanced iu any race during tho meeting ; to be handicapped by tho Stewards or whom they may appoint ; one event, two miles; the second horse to rcceivo ...

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THE QUEENSLAND CHAMPION RACE [Specially reported for Bell's Life in Sydney.] [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 8 June 1861

THE QUEENSLAND CHAMPION RACE ^SpeciaUyj-eportedfor'SelTa Zi/a in Sydney."] Tho groat nico for "The Thousand" of Queonslond is How an offrir of tho past ; tho result has been a match between Zoo and Bon Bolt, and Kow South Wales is of course exuberantly joyful. A few words on the subjeot of Clmrnpion Baoes in general, and this last ono in par- ticular may bo permitted us, before chronicling tho sport of tho eventful Wednesday ; although much of what we can. Bay must necessarily bo a " twice told tale" to most of our readers,' Great events, Buch as tho ono under no* tico, were initiated in Victoria, and the'first of October1 1859,"eavr eighteon horsos out of twenty-four entries strip on the Melbourne courso for a state -worth £2750, tho largest over contended for in Australia. In thu race flvo colonies wero represented, and, up to tho very moment of starting, the formidable ñamó of "Strop" (who repre- sented New Zealand) stood at tho top of the - tree o publie favori-: On tho part óf ...

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PEGASUS ON THE QUEENSLAND RACE, WITH A WORD ABOUT MAITLAND. To the Editors of Bell's Life in Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 8 June 1861

PEGASUS ON THE QUEENSLAND KACE, WITH ' A WORD AJJOUT MAITLAND. To the Editors of SeirßPZi/'d in Sydney. QBSTVEXCXS,-Tho BO-calledChumpion Knee, docs »ott, of itself, call for many remarks ¡ ntill 1 lmve iv word of two to sar about it. I think it must Lo n matter of regret to everybody, that the event has fallen so very far short of the expectation* which mn-t, have bren entertained hy tho sportsmen of Queensland, when they doubled, with so n.cell spirit, tho ¡ri ft H of Victoria and New South Wales: tint fur «ill this, the result of llieirlabors cannot foil tobe nf benefit to the Kort hern Turf, although their first heavy-gift has gone from them. Iroin tho time tho en- tries appeared, 1 never once faltered in my allegimce to Tho Queen of the South j although many rumors have been circulated lo her disadvantage, and there were not wanting those who declared that she never could come up to tho 5.51 mndo by Ben, in the early part of his vic- torious career, at tho Hawkesbury. Now, alth...

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FULL REPORT OF THE EXTRAORDINARY MARRIAGE CASE OF THE HON. MAJOR YELVERTON, THIRD DAY. JOHN THELWALL v. THE HON. MAJOR YELVERTON. (Continued from our last.) [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 8 June 1861

I TULL BEPORT OF THE ' EXTEAOKDmAET 20.ERIAGE CASE . , OP TUB , ? HO N. MAJOR Y E L V ERT O Nj - Heir-apparent to the Peerage of Avonmore, ; . ? T1U3D BEFORE LOBD OEIEF JUSTICE SION AB A», ! ? IK THE . COUET Of COMMOIT PLEAS, DUBLIN, j From Thursday, JUA. ilsi, io Monday, March 4th, 1861. HURD DAY/. Jons Tn.Er.-wAM. v. THE HOS. MA JOB XBLTOTTON. ¡ ...'"/? (Coniintied from our last j '? "Friday-I am liko unto tho -woman in the Gospel, . troubled about many thúiga'-troubled not to see you with the unspeakable longings for art absent loved ono doubts and fears upon tho durability of requitemeut. Misgivings lest tho ardency of attachment was morely the effect of proximity, lest a two month's trial will not prove its emptiness. Doubts of myself, of my stato of health. ' Quiet, quiot,' says every ono with solemn faces -* repose and perfect tranquility,' says .tho dootor-ex- citement most pernicious and dangerous. My dear friend Annie, who is a doctor in herself, will not lose j sight of m...

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

FOUETiï DAY." This extraordinary caso was resumed on Monday. j "When the caso was cnllod on, j The Chief Justice said ho would insist on order boinfe preserved, und would positively have tho galleries cheared< if silence waa not maintained, and if those present did not not keep thoir seats. ! ' Mrs. Yelverton'^ re-examined by Mr Whiteside': I was examinadas to my father by Mr'Brewster. I attendee! oh hun when ho was dying, and never changed ray. clothes for ten days or nights. 1 attended liim without intermission. On one occasion, when I saw a black spat on his foot, I thought' it was mortification set in, ond Ï BBkcd him to let mo to go for a'doctor. ' Ho refused to let mo go, but when he fell asloep I ran oft"four miles for a doctor, and when tho doctor returned with me lie said my father would not have lived four hours if he had not come. A Mr Stewart, proposod for me, and'Mr Sheors,' and others. Major Yelverton never found fault with me for my acquaintance with Mr Boo...

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SYDNEY HORSE MARKET [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 15 June 1861

svtiNBY ironaE MAUKET. Mesura flurt and Co. liave notlilnir fresh to report connected with tho Horse Market; of late the supplies hare been very llmltrii, gtod horses much lu demand, linmuss horses particularly scarce, our «rice» have Irani from £14 to £3), f,.r saddle horses, fil« to £3], for liarnos, cittto. I Sir diaries Marlyn reports-There Is nothing fresh to report con- cerning the Horse Stärket thti week, fresh horses from the country aro arriving In very small lmtrhes, and much of the old stock lias tuen got rid of, strong youngr horses arc still much soujtht after, and In conrcquence of their great scarcity sell without any difficulty.

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SYDENY MAKETS FRIDAY. WHOLESALE PRICE [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 15 June 1861

SYDNEY ßTAHKETS, FRIDAY-^ W*l|)t.lSAl.E PHI CBS, , * WiiKAT.«!« «4 to 7« Ort nor bu>tmlt Umir, Jtl» to £'¡0 per ion t nsw mai», .Is (Mlo I« 3<i| «M riii, »? Oil HiOsi Kni|ll>ll barley, 8« M to 10» ¡ cat» rt'i «s per lnuhcli Iny, oslen, £0¡ lucerne, JM (* to f» Oj par lou ; I'uiirr, Is i elievte, ft I, is Od | bacon, SVI Is Ha per Ib i I'., us 1* 01 lo 3» M her doxon ; tiwi«, 2< W t ? Si 61 per .-'Mipia; g.uu.ej, £6 Ki» per ton: Cut plus 4<1 per poumU beef, 40s l iiiuttiui, A3 per civt ; -Wiles. 6s tu 17« t tolmo». Is 'Jit to Is M per lb, i m iiii illty. (moema see I lui par lb, retail 2»; peremititl rea clover, illiiu iiltm : wlnto »inch. 2s Moor lb; stn'lnii »nil inlxel «rasio», 4«*i pi-r lb, .iirijlimn *accliaratiini,5dporlb¡ eeadoatOi Oil lu 4s. per bushel. - - '"j.*1 . » M3IIIU4 AND SOW, Commission ¿treats. ^ » TetLi .'

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ARRIVAL OF THE NORTHAM WITH THE APRIL MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 15 June 1861

ARRIVAL OP THE NORTHAM WITH THE APRIL MAIL. With tho oxcoption of that relating to America, tho nowa received is not of n vory important character. The principal events in longland have boen the strikes; which, wore however likely to bo scttlod bj arrangement» between tho employer« mid the employed. Ponding tho settlement howoror, inuoh misory was oxporioiiced hy thoso who had so imprudently embarked in schemes from whiali benefit is raroly deriven. Sevoral noisy gatherings of " reformers" lind been hold in various parts of tho kingdom, at -which tho "stumps" amused their hcarors in tho usual stylo of " libornl" excellence, mid tin» agitation quietly subsided amidsc general laughter. A. fearful accident lind ocourrcd in tho outskirts of Dublin. An omnibus containing »it insido pa5bcn^ora,( hnd,< through tile restivsness of the horses, boon backed' into a canal, nnd tho wholo of Illa unfortunate pas- sengers wcro drowned. Tho coachman mid conductor alone escaping. Ar destr...

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SPORTING CHRONICLE RACES TO COME. ' [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 15 June 1861

SPORT! »V G CHRP (M { C'L k. ! . RACES TO COME. ' Drungslee _.July 2nd, 3rd, and 4th. IMirtckM l'lalna.-Jnli 3nt. It li, ami Sill. Wilberforce.".July lOlh. Ilandnick Sprint .he, t. 1/lti, 13m, andU'b, nuwarra.Oct. 15th. lath, auJ 171b. IUndnlck Now Yoir*» Dey Hace*.Jan l,13b2. QUEENST-AND. Uoclilianipluii.,.Juna iBili. lflth. ena »em On} tidal.June 'Wlb üdtli, »m 27t " TASMANIA. Third Australian Champion fluke» .Deienibcr 3rd.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 15 June 1861

Il ATHAKH8T Pules» -Hty, Ci 6.1 to 9s 0-11 ilts», 4s Cd to 5« lill t wheat, lu 0-1 to Ti 0<1 : nat». 4s 3d lots Oil) hurler, 4s Od iofia(U;<.-o*a. C6 I« m £11' Is; calve«, in* t > .IVii birk, £4 Os t» X1 0» |or lim . ¡ri «H »mir from lod I» la 0>l pe-a. xin biuMle»; c/irn. 4« lois U-l por I.U.llül ....-? « i « ' -

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To the Editors of Brit's Life in Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 15 June 1861

To the Editors of Brit's Life in Sydney. GEyTLCStnv,-Ascertain why Ann JJurke, chargea with deserting her illegitimate child, was allowed lo go at largo yesterday, after (ntlling with tho Bondi. I un- derstand tho father holds n Government appointment. I trust you will not allow tho affair to be burked that way. Yours", &o" IUJFUS. 13th Juno. 18GI. [\Vo aro mformod that tho all air is or moro intorosimg moment to n Post Office Official than it eau possibly bo to the public.-EBB. B.L.S.]

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ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 15 June 1861

ANSWERS TO COKKESPONDENTS. ! ^lÉÙlTTANCES ' niîcniVF.D 'from T. II. W.', Bathurst; T", - »O.It.,Stonehenge! V. S., Walgett lO.H., Buratt and P. C, . Blnnlonir. ' HUCKSK.IN.-Coornmill beat Tomlioy at Melbourne on the 3rd -October, 1847. J. li,-Strop dlil hil three mile« over IToincuuih In S min SI leca. >J. It., HUUMCRlIILti.-Con only appear ii» an ad\ertlseiuent, for ' -> wlilch £ 1 rnuit bo remitted. S. Vf. A.-Ben Taunt fought a ii ra« n battle with Langham on the - .__ 41st September, 1857. ' , «If H.-Snyera did not lo«c lil« fight with langham IhroiiRh a foul blow, a'c believe ha wiu neatly, If not quttc, blinded. J. fV.-Derby, lscl. Sir Joacph Hanley'» Teddington, by Or- lando. J. Marion. I 3. S.-1'lylnn lluck lim been In "or near Melbourne ever alnce hi« n turn from Sydney, last September. F. C.-The no»ly-reviied rules are not yet publiahed. ' W. II. niidOTIIE'lfi_The largest stake cierran for tn Australia va« the First Champion Race, £2,751). J. HUNT, llATIIURSr.-You ore...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 15 June 1861

C1 ENTLEMEN favouring us with orders for this T Journal will be pleased to enclose tho necessary . advnnco for six months subscription, vi: 13s, or a £1 note which will cover three quarters of the year. NOTICE.-Mr. P. 0. Hubort is appointed Agent for ÜelVs Life in Sydney nt Stonohongo, Now England, ona tho. surrounding district) and will from this datu rcoeivo ordors ior subscriptions and adver- tisements ¡ for payments on account of which his receipt will bo a sufficient acquittance. PICKERING & NICHOLS. . Sydney, Juno 13,1801, ? í 1"VTQTIOE.-Mr A. Goldmnn, of tho Post OIBcè stores, -Li Narrabri,.. Liverpool Plains, is hereby appointed ngont for " Bell's Lifo in Sydnoy,"_in that district, and . will from HUB dato reçoive^ sub,scripJionBv and ndvértiBO meñts ; his.receipt bcùig'aVuniaicii& acknowledgment for monies received on, our account. J^i'^hT^ . < Î' '-^ u-* *:; ' PICKERING end NICHOLS. NSrdnêy» June lith, 1801^ -'"

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THE SPIRIT OF THE WEEK [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 15 June 1861

THE SPIRIT OP THE WEEK Tho arrival of tho April Mail lins bcon tho lending oc- currence of tho week. The commercial intelligence ia tiniin portant, and has not affected our markets, Business during tho wcok has been steady, and in soino respects gives promiso of improvement. The political event ol the week lins been tin) 1*1110 of the list of gentlemen no- minal ed to servo in the Legislativo Council. Tho list in- cludes tho annies of mon distinguished by their integrity, talents, mid independence. The body of a woman named Mary Ann TTroonian was round in Mossmnn's Bay. At tho inquest that was held lhere was no midouce to show how the unfortunate « oman carne in the water. On Sunday ovening, as Hie carpenter of the Ximroud, IvingHt Bott«' whnrf, was going on board, he, by acci- dent, fell into tho nator nnd was drowned. A destructivo Uro lins occurred at Ballaarat by which Iho Star Hotel, and other piomiscs, were deslrojcd. Jio lives wcro lost, but property to a largo amount has bee...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 15 June 1861

AFAMB AxAinr.--On Wednesday tho iiihnbitniiU of I Botany Bay, including lltoao of Jlcamuont's Menagerù1, wero fearfully alarmed by'a roport that a hostile «ra«1 mcul. -was otu its march overland for tho purpose of be Bolging thoir strongholds.* J t turned out, ho« ever, that tho popular terror was needless, ni it was mordy cansen by the Artillory, who woro trying if thoy could got their Riinstotho spot, in caso ti i oy xliotilil at any timaba wanted, It is »nid Uio' military aro to bo employ«! ¡,l laying down a tramway butweou (3/ilnoy and Hotauy-' What forP

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THE INTERNATIONAL DOG FIGHT (From the new York Herld.) [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 15 June 1861

THE INTERWAlTONAi. DOG FIGHT . ' {From the Neto^Vork Jïêrald.J I , There have beim intemntional matches of iicarlrere sort, and last evening tho climax wùs"èapp'pd by an ¡m, national, dog fight. Tho y acht América sailed inte,!'' tîonolly r Morphy's 'gaines woro'ititèriiationitl ¡ Irions" ran an iiitoruational ruco ; Ilcenan gnvo Sayers " ¡ni nutional" punches nbout the head ; in short, tho y¡£\ ¡iitcruulioiuil hits clearly gono to tho dogs, and may ír¡,] propriety ho applied .to tho fight wo have to describe This match, between Hosie (of Brooklyn) and Bess (of liverpool. England), wns mndo somo mouths a-»o nfj has created very great interest in sporting circles. ' % reputation of KOMO is ns wido us tho counlry. She li« won ten matohes und many collars for hor owner who finding hero no moro dogs toconquor, consented to'matci his pot with tho English Bess. Bess has been canal]» fortunato in England, having won every match ¿f tim five she had fought-and hor trainor, who rejoices ia ti...

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THE PAST AND THE FUTURE To the Editors of Bell's Life in Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 15 June 1861

THE PAST AJTD THE FrjTTJRK. To the Editor* of Seite Life in Sydney. Crentíomon-Tho present may justly bo looked upon as tho closo of the metropolitan racing season) and although Sin- gleton una othur country moots, aro in immediate prospect, most lings aro laid up in ordinary, ivhilo' most owners are' looking forward to Jtnndwiok September, un J preparing themselves accordingly. The later country racing trysts have hardly boen ns successful as they might hilve bj Jil j and fruin what I can both seo ami hum-, neither Urnid wood nor Maitland has done anything to ra¡30 tho cha- racter of tho provincial turf, willi tho former of thesj howevor 1 hitvo nothing to do, as I uotiuu you have al- ready dono thu needful in that quurtor, and with wod ro ison ; but I cannot dismiss Maitland 1801, without mentioning u few of its loading features. Icnnnot help thinking thutÁfaitluiid must bo sot down in a great mensuro os a failure i that the Bpovt wns far from commensurate with tho importance of t...

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