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

A NJÎW CAKDTJIATB pon TBE CiiAMMOKSirrp.-Tho following curiously worded challenge, from a young man named John Spillanc, residing at Elmira, in' tho United States, nnd who evidently lins no mean opinion of his own capabilities, has just boen received in this country i -"Chnllengo,-I hereby chnllcngo Thomas Bayers or John 0. lïoenan to n pugilist io contest for tho champion ship of tho world ; tho stakes to bo from 100 to 1,000 dollars; tho timo nnd placo of meeting to*bo mutually ngrccd upon. I am 22 years old, and tvoigh lßSlbs. livo «eight. I wns horn in Diminenrc, .county of Cork, Ire- land, and havo lived in Blnura for tho last sovonrycors. I nm well-built and good-looking j jim a good-Roman Catholic, and will stand by my religion. Ii oithor of the above gontlonion imagino thoy can whip me, TI nm willing togivo them a fair trial. For further particulars enquire by letter, or call at my residence, near tho eornor of Main and Hudson streute, Southport.-Weekly Dit patch, Ajiril 14....

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 — 15 June 1861

Bell's Life in Sydney and Sperling Chronicle la published over/ Saturday morniiifr. Country Subscribers will bs rccelyed on pay mont of Six Months In Advance, viz., ;13s. The Quarters end on the 31st March, 30tli June, 30th September, and 31st December, respectively, at which period» only can Subsoribers resign, on paying up arrears. Parties subscribing In the mlddlo of a Uuarter will only bo charged from tho dato of their commencing. Adver- tisements must specify in writing on tho faco of them the number ? of insertions, or they will bo continued and charged accordingly, till countermanded._?_ AGENTS EOR THIS JOURNAL. BELL'S Lira IN SYSNET may bo obtained every Saturday at Mt Donovan's, Tobacconist, King-street ; Mr Connolly's, South Head Road; Mr Andrew's, Chippendale ; Mr Sha«'a, Parramatta Road) Mr Leslie, Purramatta-strectt Mr Mottos, llrlckllcld lilli, Mr Bancroft, Park-street; Mr l'amer, George-street bonth, Mr Jackson, ~George-strcet South ; Mr Luccrda, Parramatta street ; M...

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 — 15 June 1861

CHIC Iff E T. Wo nro reluctantly compelled to withhold publication of tho Match, and accompanying letter, furnisliod us this wcok. Tho former is now out of date 5 mid tho latter ootdd accomplish no object save that of fostering a. spirit of jealousy, which wo regret to BOO is oven now far loo pre- valent, and too much on tho iiioreasc, «rithout any assis- tance from tiloso whoso wishes'wo know to bo all for tho TÍBO¿ not tho downfall, of(tho 11 oblo ganio.

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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THE BING. Gallant light between THE JEW BOT and TEDDY THE COOPER [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 15 June 1861

THE BING. Gallant light between THE JEW BOT and ;,. TEDDY THE COOPEE. , Tliia nffair carno ofT on the 7th instant, in the neigh- bourhood of Lambing Plat/ and resulted in u most ox citing mill. Both mon uro of tho " Bantam" school 5 tho jew boing 20 years old and weighing 8st <Ub, nnd his opponent boing just ton 3 ours older, and four pounds lighter. Wo havo but spuco to gi» o tho result of the battlo ; which after being protracted to the 32nd round was given in fa>or 01 tho Jow 33oy. The winner -was attended in the ring by Savage, and "a friond," whilo tho veteran Dick Hunt and ,Ilod Dan did tho politefulfor tho cooper. Tho Jow Boy, whose fiiBt appoaranoo it was within tho roped orena, lud tho fight- ing throughout, and although his antagonist gamely en- deavoured to turn tho tide of' fortuno in lils favor, tho young*un carried too many guns for linn, and finished him off by knocking him clean off his pins, iri each ofthe two last rounds. The ovent drew together a lar...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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ENIGMA. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 15 June 1861

ENIGMA. A winner of Newcastle Cup A letter of tho alphabot A boroo ontered byJT. Croft for Dorby 1861 A siro of St Loger winner / A word in the motto of the Order of tho Garter A winnor of liverpool Cup A winner of tho St. Legar A winner of Goodwood Stakes A winnor of a Nursory at Doncaster A discaso sheep are Hablo to A great officer of tho Ottoman Empiro A winner of tho Oaks A winnor at Liverpool, 18G1, A winnor of Northumberland Flato Awinnor of Doncaster Chnmpagno Stakes Tho initials will name tho owner of tho winnor of tho Two Thousand Guineas, and the Unala tho namo of the owner of the winner of tho Ono Thousand Guhioas. OHIKP.

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 15 June 1861

MARRIED, At Cowra on the 29th May, by the Rev. J. Adam, H. Carvill, Esq., of Cowra, to Bridget relict of the late Edward Neville, Esq.    

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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FULL BEPORT OF THIS EXTRA ORDINARY MARRIAGE CASE OF THE HON. MAJOR YELVERTON, Heir-apparent to the Pesrage of Avonmore, TRIED BEFORE LORD CHIEF JUSTICE MONAHAN, IN THE [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 15 June 1861

FULL BEPORT OF THIS EXTBA.0BD1NAE.Y MARBIAOE' CASE OP TUB 1 HON. MAJOR YELVERTON, Heir-apparent to the Pesrage of Avonmore, \ . ft j / t j TIirED BEFORE ' I I «LOBS > CHIEF JCTBTICJI1 MONAHAN, I r i I1T TJIB ' j _ COURT OP COMMON PLEAS, DUBLIN, j ' From Thuisday, Fei. 2lst, to Monday, March 4lh, 1861. JOHN 'AnsawAix, v. Tnn BTOK. MAJOB YBITEBTOK, (Continued from our last.) , ¡ Tlie following -witnesses woro afterwards 'examined in the ease, but wo deem it unnecessary to glvo their evi- dence of longth: Mr Burrowes, Mr Lancastor, Hon. Major Yelverton, Sorg, Major Mowlds, Sergeant Brj don, Sefgoant Craigs, Bombardier Morrow, Archdeacon Knox,-Hu' Dwyer, Mr Shaw, Roso Fagan, J. E. Brnns Hold, S. Hooy, Mrs Sungaler, Bridgot Dolo, W. Sangster, Miss Sangster, Geo. II. Pattison, Mus Fanny Walsh, Putriek Cummins, Emma'Crabb. ' i .' At two o'clock p.m. on lhp,iirath day, Mr Wliitcpidc, Q.O., commenced his address to tin/jury for tho plain 'liff. .'..-' ' , Bio said-Gentlemen of tlio jury, ...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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ENGLISH TURF. LATEST BETTING. TWO THOUSAND. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 15 June 1861

ENGLISH TtTRÏ?. .LATEST BETTING-;". . TWO THOUSAND. 11 to 2 a»'t Sir»»» II-ir«ho-n(tk) I H ti I agst NclRliUour (ti.) »i»l " Ka-lttilTllk) I ino to 7 " Matador (ti) »toi " (Kirton (ik) I0J to 0 " Tluasby (tk) Uto) " Kett'eltum (tlc> I 25 to 1 " Smmler (tk) 14 to 1 " lUonluuuus (tk) I 40 to 1 " Knight of st Vat I rick (tk; riirsTDR CUP. 8 to 1 apst rhcro Anile (tk) I H to I a;jst Llitht tk) 9 to 1 ,, Wallace (tk) I 31 to 1 " Millionaire ttk) nun BY 7 to 2 aj-lt Dundee (Ik) 11000 to 15 nrrst Strujrßler (tk) 101 to (1 " Kildonau{tk2Qtnl)l l'OO to 15 " 1 ho Drake (tk) au to I " S\vectIIa»thorn(tk) | 1000 to IS " Imaus (tk)

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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NORTHAMPTON MEETING—APRIL 2. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 15 June 1861

NORTHAMPTON MEETING.-Amir, 2. The GritKAT NomnAMPTOxaninr: STAKES of 23aovs oneil, 15 ft, r.nd 5 ¡f declnred, with 100 added ; tho second to snvo hi» stale. Winnora extra. Tivo "miles. 123 (subs, 71 of whom deehired nnd pay 5 nova oneil. , tord CcoBiitn',1 Dinas, ' y Kingston, 4 yrs, Ost Oil) ...J. Adama 1 MrNa-slor's Kintof Kent, 3>ra, 7st .H. Grliiwliaw 2 Pilling'- MoTcnrk, 5 >ra, Sät 71b . Clialloner 3 1 udson's Lady Trespass, -I yrs, B«t 51b.J.Oiborne 0 T. Parr1! Avalanche. 4 yrs, "st 181b ." ... ' ...fiistnncc 0 Fuller's Smvpls Simon, 4 yrs, 7st 131h.....T.. Snowdon 0 Harón llothschilrt'd KIIIB of Diamonds. 4 yu, 7«t !)lU...01mrlton 0 Sir J.Hawley'« «narrien, 4 yrs, 7st 71b.<%. Bradley 0 Lord Aylesbury 'a Plumper, 4 yrs, 7at 71b.Drew 0 Mr Bower's Sonnerand lllltz, 4 yrs, 7st 41b. Oram 0 IV. Kelson's Mcrrlm-ic, 4 yrs, "st 41b.A. Edwards li Fullers1« Anihush, 5 yrs, 7>t.* Itchcll 0 Lord nieatcrfield's laelntlin, 3 yrs, Get 41o.W. llpitnni 0 Captain Christie1! ...

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

department of Public Works, Sv-dnov, 14th June, 1801. , TENDERS FOR PUin/fC WORKS AND u" ' i ~,s " SUPPLIES. -"?pSîÏDÊRS' are invited for the foUowing PUBLIC ± WORKS AND SUPPLIES. For full particular« see Government Gazette,! a filo of which is kopt ot every Police Office in the colony. Nature of Works and Supplies. Dates to »which Tonders can bo re- ceived nt the Office of Public Works. Construction of a Wharf in Wool- loomooloo Bay ..". Construction of a Gully Shaft at the junction ofthe Globo Road and Parramatta-street. Ropairs to tho road leading from the Punt Wharf, Globo Island, to tho Abattoirs . 12 o'clock noon, on j luesday, 18th June. Construction of a Bridge over tho 'Yass River, at Huiuo's Cross- ing Place.."?.. Construction of two Bridges on tho Kimo Road . Erection of a Lock-up at Major's ,Creok . "Erection of a Polico Station at Araluen . Construction of Additions to Wol- londilly Bridgo . Great Southern Road 3rd District. Cutter's Creek to Dowsot's Lands 12 o'clock n...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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THE TURF. LATEST BETTING IN SYDNEY. GREAT RANDWICK HANDICAP [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 15 June 1861

THb-jUR F,.' LATEST BETTING IN SYDNEY. . li RE AT UASDIVICU IlANMCAr, , . 100 to 5 v non llolt(tk) I 100 to i v nillo rand (Ik) 100 to'5 v Arcbcr (tk) 100 to J v Exeter (tie) 1U0,1o J v Mcmillan (tkj | 100 to J\ Ihu Dou(tk) LATEST BETUNO IN MELBOURNE 200 to li airst Mormon (Ik) I 100 to J»,.» Hagle Hawk (tk) | 100 I GUINl'AS to 10 ajst.Sccuntlus (tk) to 10 " I Ingle's l'lunie (tk; trop 100 to 1 100 to S IdO to S loo, to s tOO'to '> 100 to s tOO to 4 Tory Hoy (tk ? -Woodranricr (tk) ' liante'» Plumo (tk) ' Medora (tM. ? Archer (tk) . .XUnateh (tk) ' lied Rover (tk) to 4 agit Stormy Petrel (tk) to 4 " Garnir Grey rtk) J to 4 " Tlio Moor (tk) ) to 4 " Sorcen.r (tkl I to 4 " rtruiwayft),) > to S " OtllLllO (tk) »to3 " Flatcatcher(tk) iii The weck ju«t ending has hecn wholly unpro- ductive." No races, no meetings, no,speculation.. We give above"ïhè Tätest quotations' of ""Ö3M,S' orí the three great events now before the public; leaving out the "Tasmanian Champion Race," which, as v...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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NORTH AUSTRALIAN ANNUAL RACES,1861. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 15 June 1861

NOKTH AgamtALTAy^yKUAIi RA.Oü¡a,!180], Patron:-His Ercollenoy8¡rG. ï. Bowen, G.C.M.Or. Stewards:-Thomas líe Looy Molum, Esq.', H.L.A., John Panton, Esq., J.P., lion. lYiuicis - Bigge, Esq., M.L.O., Arnold Weinholt,. Esq., J.H., Joshua 1*. Boll, Esq., J.I?..Judge:-Hon.W.H. Voldtiyn, Esq.,M.D.C. Clerk of the Courao ¡-Dr. Hamilton, 'iron. Seuretary : -O. L. D. Fattorini, Esq. Tlio following is ti resumo of the rnmiing nt the ubovo meeting. Tho Sydney nug» Ita vu lind ii good thron- in. mill iipjiear to linve tnkon tliosliino out of theil1 Queens land opponents pretty hiindioniely, FIKST DAY,-Juno 1. - '. - Tim Maiden Plate ol' 120 sovereigns, for all horses ^ovov having won an advertised prize, with a sweep- stakes of throo guineas oneil for the second horso. 3Ii]e nnd-n-half heats. Weight for ago. Mr Tait1« eli g Tartar,iiycnrn.Oat 81b (Ashworth). 1 1 Forsyth'» eli c l'iahcnnai), 2 years, 7st . 2 2 Collina1 eli g Beppo,-lyon», fat lib . S 3 Hardie'« bile K libel. Jingle, 3 yean. Ost 8...

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VICTORIA TURF CLUB SPRING MEETING, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 15 June 1861

VICTORIA TURF CLUB SPRING MEETING, 1861. JtnuioürtNn CUP, a handicap swcoptakos of 20 sovs, 10 sovs forfeit, or 5 if declared, with 200 sovs added hy tho Victoria Turf Cliih. Two milos. Tho winner of rho Two Thousand Guineas to carry 61b extra; of any handicap mco of tho advortisod value of 100 sovs, after dcolnrntion ofwoight, 3lb extra; of two or, moro such race», 51b extra. Penalties not accumulative" bo 3'ond 71b. Five sovspatd. Acceptances, with 5 sovs, to bo declared to the'secretary at tho> Bull and Mouth hotel, before eight o'clock, on Wednesday, 3rd Jidy. The remainder of tho sweepstakes (10 sovs) to bo paid on tho night of gonoral ontry for tlio spring meeting. Present valtio of tho stakes, 485 sovs. Age. at lb Mr..I. Henderson ns br h Mormon. 6 a lo 3. Henderson ii« br g Othello . a S 8 Do Me itrc's b li Archer. s 9 7 «. 11. Fisher1« br m Mldulglit...-. < 0 6 T. Ilnvln's b g riylng Buck.... .1 0 6 W. Henderson ns b li lluxzard. 3 0 4 J. n. Cowell1« grgGaiTer...

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

POLICE. , BtACK AND WlHTB, OH WllO'STlIE DAIYDY?-AnOVcl and delicnlo investigation, which lind, for some days puzzled the judicial profundity of Messrs Brown and i'edoii, involving na it did a point somewhat nntilogomT to* that referred to tho "judgment of Solomon," was finally deoiilod on Saturday. Tho facts oro shortly these: Miss Kluiibeth Gribblo " a white woman," loved not wisely, but too well, ono Mr James Ûhnnmim, n coloured gvntlcmiin. Tho parties "lived and loved togother," and in duo eourso James's dornest in felicity wns en- hanced hy tho addition to his household goods, of one of Wiley's, somniferous cradles tenanted by an unmis tnkcuble " pledge of mutual lore." Nothing could ex- ceed Mr Chapmun's joy to find himself "tho father of his son," and in a paroxysm of parental pride, he con- sented to Bottle upon the "little darling" tlio munificent sum of sixty pence per week, in order that it might be "dragged up" in a mnmior becoming n, ación of the an oiuttt family of tho...

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 — 15 June 1861

rpB¿BDN AUSTRALIAN CHAMPION- STAKE of X £600, -with a swoop of £100 each addod, half forfeit opon to all tho Australian Colonies, Provided tliree or inoro horses start, the Bocond.horse to rocoivo £200, and tho third horso £100 out of the State. ' To he run for over tho NEW TOWN BACK COURSE in TASMANIA, on TUESDAY, the 3rd dnv of December, 1861. Dhtanco, throe miles. Entries to bo sddres9od and forwardod to tho Secre- tary, Derwent Hotel, Hobart Town, on. or before tho 1st of Soptombor, 1861. Forfeits to bo doclorod one month before tlio day of tho race. Stone. lbs. Weights... Syrs. old ... 7 O' 4 " , ... 8 G . ß « " ... 9 0 6 " " & aged... 9 6 ' BTEWAJ1D3. J. Ii. B. Tabart, Esq. Thomas Fiold, Esq.' John Lord, Esq. John Fiold, Esq. W. Kearney, Esq Jas. Iiord, Esq. W. Doddery, Esq. G. A. Komp, Esq. S. Blackwell, Esq. To act with Stewards to bo appointed by each of the Colonies. J. W. GUATES, 1015_Eon. See. RANDWICK NEW YEAR'S DAY RACES.-Tho following stakes will bo run for on...

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BELL'S LIFE IN SYDENY SYDENY,JUNE 15,1861. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 15 June 1861

f^B-f-Lt'S .LIFE IN' 'SYDNEY. j.:/sii>j\rJET, JUHTE 15, 18ßl.: ? THE list of members nominated to sei ve in the J.ejislàtive .Council lins been issued, ami, indg îng from,the names it includes, it clearly indicates that the political predilections of Mr COWPFR and liis colleagues havo exercised but a very slender influence in the selection'of the twenty seven gen- tlemen who liave been appointed. It is fortunate fin- the colony thnt such has been the case, for had it been otherwise it is quite certain that most, if not nil the ability and respectability now com- prised in tlie selection would have been omitted, and the chamber dignified by the presence of a select party of political partizans similar in men- tal calibre, and social status to the twenty one disappointed individuals, whose recent nomina- tion afforded such general nmuspment. A single glance at the list just published suffices to show that the head* of the Executive has exercised "a wise discretion, and fully apprec...

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FAIRY LOEE AMONG THE SHEPHERDS. BY MENIPPUS [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 15 June 1861

FAIRY LOEE AM02TG THE SHEPHERDS. Dr SIBNIPETJS. Of all the dond speakers of tho dead languages, my soul most thirsts for converse ~with the Jew Apella; in tho oyes of the unthinking, ho nppcars liko the mariners ofthe moderns, to whom able-bodied seamen aro reported to vpl'er dubious' Btorios 5 but to the unquiring philoso- pher ho oilers a bright ûistuueo of, gili lol oss_, faith ; ajas that' iTuvehnl should hare loft us so scanty a rocord of so great u man ! ' ' OI my; hnrd-up friond, picture, to vpour solf a fondly credulous ¿ToV j imagine filling his roaoy car i\ ¡tit tho story of your brilliant expectations, and rich firospeots, and thon, through his menus, convorlmg that itllu bill, with tho crumpled edges, which 1 seo you havo with you, into crisp notos, or sparkling gold. Would that tho prosont nge woro mo're leavened with faith, but Apolla died without issue, ami the Hobrows lutvo linrd onod thoir hearts exceedingly. I hard « strong taste for tho innrvellotis ; none of your...

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THE ATRICALS ROYAL VICTORIA [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 15 June 1861

' T. H Ú AfT^B j CAL S. It OVAL A"l OTO lil A. , fátucoom- l,T|f, crowds havo hturully "otormoil" ina ^í' littloV Theatre, un I humo ample tuitununy to tho una- bated interest «Uli which tho performance* ure invested, 'lite "1.id) I'.itroiusics' Night'1 win an immense nie ci-<>, tlu liiiiisi« bt inj; ero» .1 .d from pit tu dunu>, while numbera could no1 gun u l.iiitt.iucu t mid the samo niall for placei, although perhaps m ii somewhat um illui- de- gree, has been obsevwiblo nightly throughout tho week. Tho illness of Sir William Don has, however, we regret to «ay, prevented his appearance for sonto nights t and iloprit ed many of tho piocoj produced of a largo portion of their fun and humour. AVo were glad however to learn yosturdny that the Baronot was progressing rapidly towards recovery. Last evening " ^Napoleon 1" and " the Xudy of Munster" woro played to u good house; and to-night the former will bo repented, with " Black Hyed . Susan" as tho nfler-piece. On Tu...

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

AlnTOEN-t Piipc trrnoy.-ThoGovornmont has kindly given up the wholo of the southern rango of buildings at 3tydo Park Barracks for tho useof t lie Volunteers. Wc «re also told tkat a party wall is to bo built between tho Volunteer department and the Immigration depot, to the length"of tho main building.. The reason of this nr ra'u;emont is that ns Pivrkos and Dalley have gono homo " to work out tho great enlorpriso of philanthropy,"'by Binding ni a " tide of- snporior emigration," wo may ox peel from the orntpricnl labours of the latter gontlemnn a female "lido of suporiornlrrnetions." Boneo tho neces sih of orccting n wall of such a height botweon tho sons of Mars and (ho daughters of Venus, our "pntomnl" Government being naturally noxious to prevent those tjcoulnr collisions and conversations which are frequently al tended with serious dimmer bol h to blushing bollos and hardy warriovs. Tho " turret," formerly a " ohokee," nt tho south eastern corner, is to bo convorted'into a depo...

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A NIGHT OF IT. THE PICCADILLY SALOON-FIRST IMPRESSIONS. (From the Sunday Times) [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 15 June 1861

A «NIGHT. OF'IT. THE PICCADILLY SALOON-FIRST IMPRES- SIONS. | j , '« (Erom the Sunday Times.) ' \ ; I found my stranger companion no stranger to the scones on willoh we mado up our niindB to ga/o for on hour. Holiad evidently visited the' Piccadilly Saloon before. He was intirante with tho road that led thither. Certain dnmes of unmistakable chiiraoter noddod to him familiarly ns ho walked up tho Ha¿ market j and ho re- turned tho salutation with a " How do ?" uttered in that tone of alfeotod indiiTuronco .which moro than .anything cluo marks tho habitues of these localities. I wus rather ploasod with this than otherwise ¡ for, as I wont on this minion with a, practical objeot before mo (viz., to describe in these columns what I could discover), ii naturally oc- curred to me that what I missed ho would most likoly bring to my notice. Moro to while awayitho time than an; thing olso, wo went into a restaurant by tho way, mid consumed-lie half a dozen oysters, myaolf a mutton chop ¡ mi...

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