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SYDNEY HORSE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 22 June 1861

SYÛNEY HOUSE MARK ET, -'. .'Meiari Burt nnd Cb. rriiort a better market Hil« week, acvornl oountty lota have como In. lind bclnir.nll strong literal lionel, Imvc been iiulUcil, wllhölitdiniculty ni vary Mtlafacltiry pilera. On Wednesday a lot of ;I0 from Hltoalnavcii went fromtlS to Í.2B lui, où friday, 4 ftoiii Kiama went from £8 to liss. O from, Wullongoiim £11 t6Uät, and a pair oteJieatiuti nt ßio. The daomnd U Heady forgjBOd.'àttWo'eiid ityllah liorici. ' "Mr Charios Marlyn reporta, the Horte M-.rkit romania without .rtny, material chntiBP.ainct !a»t -report.. Tim .-urival» of btoken-ln stock from the country ar*; very limited, and invariably of an inferior «nd 'medium hindi the latter description lMiite'eomi H«i>l>- In thc minority ,.. sood t,or:;;s of alt kinda aro «enfui»; and-«trunir y Ung" dmuglu borres are pnrücnl.iriy so, in fact there is hot one to tic met with anywbofJ. Amcnij the arrl /ular f b»r¿¿t thia week.:the only hit deacfvinj: of.naUes ii a lirxfi o: abjot...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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SYDNEY MARKETS, FRIDAY. WHOLESELE PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 22 June 1861

AVn«¿T,<í«M lo 7" n.1 per iKHtn-li a.viif,- CIS i.i £10 iiertoit ¡ oevr malzo' 4rfO.lt 4n 8 ti »lil .ll), tl« OI i"nt| FnulMi harley, 8« u.l tú 10»'t capo do Oj. 'per biiitlicli lin-, "Mon, £9; lucerne.- £4 O» tu-X* O» pet tun ! lutter. 1« ; uh.'cia. 6il lu Cl i hucuii 6.1 tu Sil per, Il» i Bim. 1« Ol tn 2* «I per timon i ftiwtV 'í« 1\ 8« «d lier couple i p-iinluen, tit Hm per loni 'fm »lin 4il ner'iwunui buer,40a i mutton, 53 per cwt ¡ Illili*, fi« tú 17« | tolmceo.Ui ü'l t"'» Od p>r lb, beal fluidity. Lucarna "wei.li <t per lb, retail 8»| perennial rad clurtr, diun ditto i whllo Diúcli, ¡»«'Oil tor Ih'i «tntloii and mlsoj ,nra«ciit V«5-1 per ib, «or-bum nawhatatuiiiytM per -lb| Ked eau -I« Oil 10,4*!* pei bushel. ; - . .' ' ; - - .,, .rKHItl* AND ÍON, OuiiunlMlon Aueiita. ; HATMARKKT .'niuiú - Jlaj-, «H Od iô\8« Ol s atrnw. 3s Gd lo i) Bil | Wlioilt, (li 0.1 to 7» Od I odin, 7» Od l<i B> 0.1t hailey. ß< Ol m 7nG.t|i«<wtv...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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SPORTING CHRONICLE. RACES TO COME [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 22 June 1861

.S P O R T. I ftl C3 C H R O N I C L E. ? .. " .-00 K.A O JE S' T O O O M E. Drungilee '.....July 2nd, 3rd, and 4th. Patrick's Plaint ....Inly 3nl,:4ih, and 6th. .Wilberforce.July loth. Hundwlck Sprint.So,.t. lath. 13th, »nd Hth, Illawarra.« .Oct. lOUi. 16th, and lTtb, Randwick New Year'» I>ny Uace« . Jan 1,186Ï. . QUSEHSIiAND. Gayndah.....June S6th, ïSib, ead ITth TASWAXIA. Third AmtralUR Chunpluu Stake».December SnJ.

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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MY. GARIBALDI! [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 22 June 1861

arc-GARIBALDI ! (DT CAUilB'OlïrUB.) ?What makes mo look so debonair, When I walk forth to take the mr, : And eau.», all tbe men to .taro£ ^..^ What wakes Alonzo gw» on ms , . > With eyes all bright with crstaoy, ... , And TOw eternalconstancy T. ^ When in tho «arden» we appear, The SliHtarybandJo hear, ? Tho; sound thymuses far ^ngr,^^ ? ' What make» Jane Scragg, with envy pme, ' Because I out it now so fine, And out oflter q.uto.tako tho Öh, how it mato» mybosom .wo|l, With rapture moro than X can toll . That you have rando me look <^£;riljftldi. Sweet, pretty, little feathorod thing, " ???Light as mosquito's fairy wing, Thy praises 1 will ever sing, ^ GMii.

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 — 22 June 1861

' «T"1 ENTLEMEN favouring ua with orders for this * X .Tournai will bo pleased to onolose the necessary advance for six months subscription, vi« 13s, or,a, £1 uoto which will cover three quarters oftho year. "¡"tiJOTIOR.-Mr. P. Ö. Hubert is appointed Agent for, li BeUt Jjife in Sydney at : Stonehenge, Now England, «nd the surrounding district ; and will from this ? date receive ordors tor subscriptions and adver- tisements ; for payments on account of which his receipt will be a sufficient acquittance. . PICKERING-& NICHOLS. Sydney, Juno 13, 1801. ' _? ' . "jVj" OTICE-Mr A. Goldman, of the Post Office störet, JA Narrabri, Liverpool Plains, is' hereby appointed agent'for " Bell's-Life in Sydnoy," in that district, and will from this date roooivo subscriptions and advertise- ments ; hie receipt bringa sußlciont acknowledgment for monies received on our account. -, f. : - .-. PICKERING and NICHOLS. ' Sydnoy, June 14lh, 1861.

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 — 22 June 1861

[ADVERTISE ME NT.] TUE "MUDGEE LIBERAL."» 'Tis tha voies of the " Liberal " I hoar onco again, " Come, come to tho rescue, the Cocktails aro slain ; " Wo havo freedom of thought and of speeoh once more, " And our battle and strugalo for. liberty'a o'er." Thon success to tho Liberals, tho men who are freo From tho threats of tho despots of bonny Mudgee. The bannor of freedom will soon ba unfurled, And will spread its contagion throughout the wido world, Till the sons of t hc soil nnd the'fuct'ry unito ? In shouts of " Hurrah ! for our strength and our might." Then success to tho Liberals, and may they e'er be , . Tho brave pioneers of our truo liberty. Wo havo toiled and conquer'd, and hope to Bucceed, And trust, young Australia will join in our creed Then shall we prospor os in days of " lung syne," Aud this country will oven Old Knglnnd outshine. Thon success to the Liberals, where'er they may be, Thoy'voa ionaßde sample in bonny Mudgee. "The '* Miidgae I.ttiiral."-Tlie title of a ...

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 — 22 June 1861

Jîpw Musió.-Wu have " just boon jirosontoá with n complimentary copy of The Lady-Don Valse, a musical -.norconux of great heíuity, componed by Mr T. Wititor boitoiu, mid published hy .Hr .T. Il, ("Itirko, of Q-enrje street. Wu notice thit publication less on ncnount of ;Jlo nuthor (whoso .compositions aro too wall -knoivnjtti require any, comment from us) than to call nttontion tn tho beautiful stylo in which tho work has hoon executed nnd placed before tho publie. Tho picno », intended, to represent Sydney on tho Great ISxhifiition iii lS(h!| and it canuot but givo our old oJuntry inu-iical frioiids ui:d exalted idea of our progross hi Ibo"Uno arts. -

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 22 June 1861

; EXCITING KANOAUOO TI T/ST.-One of the most ex- citing kangaroo hunts of the 6eason took pisco in Bel- lerine on Tuesday last, when upwards of sixty fences (log, rail, and bush) were cleared in good style, and a distance of something like forty miles of rough country run ovor. Upwards of twenty gentlemen, aftor break ' fasting nt tho Bucks-head, started at tho hour of 9 o'clock in quest of tho gamo, and on arriving at Gum Flat tho »cent wns quickly taken up by the hounds, which im- mediately discoursed sweet music to tho sportsmon, the game as quickly appeared in sight, and chivoy went the whole pack at full cry, crossing Williams' paddock, ovor M'Culloch's big log fonce, into Kirk's paddock, thence into Balls, crossed Government Road into tho flat, over another fence (a regular rasper), rnn down a paddock about, a mile, over into tho road ngain ; thence into I Manifold's section, through Harvey's paddock ; thence into Hart's, crossed again into nnother Government Hoad, and into Ho...

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 — 22 June 1861

THEAIBICALS. ROYAL "VICTORIA..: This week lias been exclusively devoted to " benefits." On Monday tho entertainments given in nid of tho Jewish Orphan Soeiety, wcro patronised (as they ever are in furtherance of a charitable cause) by a brilliant galaxy of the fair daughters of Judah, escorted by their attendant cavaliers. On Tuesday Mr Wilton's inrnluablo services; as Agent Greneral of the " stars," who have periodically doigned to visit us, received a merited recognition. On Wednesday Mr W. H. Stephens exchanged parting tokons of regard with his numerous admirers, and felt con- strained to say "good bye" once again for positively tho last time last evening. On Thursday lír Q-. IT. .Rogers, was grocted by a "bumper" audience, who, dospito tho' many counteracting influences brought to bear against.' him, would not bo debarred from the opportunity affordctr thom of testifying to his professional ability and private.' worth. Wo were, in, common with evory ono present," delighted to re...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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REVIEW OF THE CRICKET SEASON, 60-61 To the Editors of Bell's Life in Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 22 June 1861

KEYIEAv" OF THE CRICKET SEASON, 60-61 To the Editors of Belts Life in Sydney. GENTtKjreK.-If tho post'.Benson lins bcon character ¡sod by considerable activity muong our cricketers, it hm nt the same time given many, causos for apprehension ; many dillicultics having bcon thrown in the way of tin game, which threaten almost to riniiihilnto it. Thesi difficulties, thoir origin, and their probable results, I pur poso considering somewhnt in detail j but previous tc doing so I will commence with a resume of events, from the commencement of the season just brought to a close. Immediately on tho oponing of tho Domain ground, great activity wns manifested by tho lovers of the game, and most of tho It-ndiug metropolitan clubs nt onuo com- menced ntendy practice. Foremost among theso was thu Albert, (numerically, if not in playing meinbora, thc strongest club in the colony) which has exhibited tho greatest energy throughout, and tho members ot which novo made vast strides in their Btylo of ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 22 June 1861

PEDJís-rniiKisM IN TICIOBIA.-On Saturday last tho championship bf Victoria was contended for on tho Mel- bourne Cricket Ground. ? Mr Harrison of "Richmond, and Mr Mount, of Ballarat, being tho competitors. Tliey had previously been opposed to each other, and the former had won ; hut Mr Mount haring sines beaton «Toe Whitely and Joshua, two of tho leading professional.«, it was thought by his friends that he would be able to turn the tables. The contest consisted of three events 100 yards ; 440 yards ; and 410 yards over hurdles, and all were won in good Ftylo by Mr Harrison, who is thus left without n rival in Victoria. . The winner is nearly relatfd to tho renowned cricketer Wills, whoso prowess; both with bat and ball, the eleven of New South Wolca have moro than once lind occasion to rue.

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THE RING. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 22 June 1861

THE BING. Our advertising columns show that there is no lack of em- ployment fur our fighting mon, be they large or small. Tom Woods for the " heavies,"- and Charley Horregan, a featherweight, signify their anxiety to find , customers, and can both be heard of nt our office. Kow is the tims for tho Kew South Wnles-T'ugilists to " como out of their shell," and show fight $" for it would not redound greatly to our credit wore we to allow our Victorian neighbours to como up hero in search of a match, und go away again (Uko .Tohnny Massey did) disappointed, llorrogan and Wood« both " mean" work, not bounce, and will atako the " possibles" when required. . .. SpjaKEa AND BooitKE.-The. négociations for a .fight between these men have ended in nuthing.-Bourko hay- ing found, in Waterhouse,, a oustoraer more<suitable to his taste. . Old " Bill" was all thor'o, and deserves ever so much oredit for tho détermination he displayed not to lob Bourke wear the honors of ohuinpion, until...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 22 June 1861

Helft Life in Sydney and Sperling Chronicle ll published éter/ Saturday moraine. Country Subscribers will be rorrea on nur rnent of Six Months in Advance, viz., 13». The Uuarters end cn the Slit March. Ifllh June, SOth September, and 3U1 December, : respectively, at which période only can Subscribers reiign, on paying up arreara. Parties subieribing in the micidle of a Quitter will only bo charged front the date of their commencing. Adm. tliemente must ipecify In writing on the face of them tte number of insertion!, or they will be continued and charged accordin;!;, till countermanded._ AGENTS FOU THIS JOURNAL. BEIL'I Lira j» STDMZT may be obtained every Saturday it Mi Donovan'«, Tobacconlir, Klng-itrcet ; Mr Connolly'!, Seal» Head Hoad! Mr Andrew'«, Chippendale ¡ Mr Shaw'», Parramatta Road; MrLcilic, Farramatta-street; MrMattoj, Brickfield HIM : Mr Bancroft, Park-street; Mr Fanicr, Goorge-street Scull] ; Mr Jackson, George-street Routh ; Mr Lucerda, Fanamttu street ; Mr Bartlett, G...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 22 June 1861

BIRTH.               On Sunday last 16th instant, at her private residence, Berkeley   Place, Penrith, Mrs G. R. Neale of a son.    

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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FULL REPORT OF THE EXTRAORDINARY MARRIAGE CASE OF THE HON. MAJOR VELVERTOR. JOHN THELWALL V. THE HON. MAJOR YBLVERTON. MR. WHITESIDE'S [?] (Continued from our last.) [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 22 June 1861

"* "ÍTUH EEPOBT OF THE . : ErifiAOFvlîINAItY MAEEIAGE ¡jgASE OF THU'- ? ? " ? ? .? ? MOW. MAJ OR V ELVER TO tl, Stir-ajtparcnt to ih* Peerage ofAvonmore, \ TM ED BE50BB ^ LOAD a mer JCBTIOI MBNAHAW, "lit THU COTJST OF COMMON PLEAS, DUBLIN, i*om Thursday, Fei. Mit, to Monday, March Uh, 1861. JOH j) tathWAtJ, T. TUB HOS. MAJOB YniTSRTOrf. Mu. WHITMIDE'B Brascn. CConlin\ted from ow lart.J "I was not.suHcienlly explicit in my requoat for the book or books ¡ I wautod them ns one seeks out these dear friends of au absent friend, as I should seek your brother. 'Twos sotno such fealiiig that led ino to send Mr Koo lo you at Naples. I know him, and I knew you better after you had met him sud written of him." What does that man mean but this :-"You lurre given rae a true account of his character ¡ if there wes any do eign upon your honour you resistod it. ' I sm impressed with the virtuo of your character, and with your dis- crimination of tho character of my friond." "What do you think now o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 22 June 1861

jr^> O I' A L. V ï ü T O B. I A -T H E A T-äi K. Clio Management have grout pleasure in announcing tho engagement of tho culebratcd MAUSÍI TROPPÈ of Comedians, 32 in number; who will uppoar on Mondar Evening next, in tho romantic drama of TILE BRIG ?AND, and conclude with TOOBLKS. . 513 MASONIC HALL, . 'CLARENCE AND YORE STREETS. MTUljOFEN WINTERllOrcpM.'beiflfjon the eve of his-departuro. for.Europe, and' paying a fare-, well visit to his numerous Sydney Friends, ho» tho honor to annouueo that ho purposes giving A ORAND AND FINAL CONCERT in' the MasonicHall, on Thursday Evening next, tho 27th instant, on which 'occasion he luis been kindly promised tho asîistiincp hf the' entire available musical talent in tho colony. The' evening's ENTEBTAissnarr will bu under- most distinguished patronage, and Mn, \ VINTEUBOTTO it's claims'Upon tho: good-feeling nnd fraternization of the Sydney public need not be further eyputiiited upon. Particulars will appear in the daily papers^; . 53Í) PR...

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LOLA MONTES IN SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 22 June 1861

Tlie following skctch.of '¿ola' .Montes ;'íri; SrtWôyi.U from the Scotsman, and probably" from thu pin'r Of.'' l'etor VoíHUtú,!' who is now siib-edilor' bf that j-itu-nul:'-"On; iíViuiin^, in th«* Aiistj-uhVu spring of 1855, .the Itcyäl Vie t iri¡rxíic¡iii\f in í'iti-jtreeti Sydney, 'w¿i c'rów'iod to su'' focatlón. . 'tf¡«j dmd .'walls of rhe city had' .been'' for rome rime ñlilazá in posters announcing the arrival of Lola Monte», witíi it tiK'jlrieal company, from California, and oil thu hight, she was to'make her (Irnt iippeiiranep ¡u n very rose-colored drnmutic version uf her Munich adven tnroi, entitled 'Lola Motiles in Bavaria,' and uftorwards to display her Terpsichorean powers ,. in tho, .' Spider Douce.' Hut, fliburdi the theatre was full, in the reputa- ble portions ortlií hóuso,'.'circa ri woman ooijld hit soon. The immaculate wivns'and'daughters bf'Sydney were dying with curiosity as tb the face aiid figuro bf their sadly-notorious frail sliter, but society lind pronounc...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 22 June 1861

MATCH AT BKAIDWOOD.-Saturday last being tho day appointed for the long-talked of match botwoon Groy Plover and Whulobone, about 100 portions were, on tho rnceoourae nt twoo'elook,' tho hour sumed ; nhortly af- terwards tho hornes stripped, and wero each - in turn oagorly scanned by tho company. Grey Plover was in superb condition, and Whalebone, ul tho ugh his coat WOK rough, was in fur hotter order than was at first supposcil, and thin tile Hequcl showed.- At twenty minutes past two, tho horsos drew up to tho starting post, and were set in motion by Mr Mayne, who oillciatetf as starter. , MATCIT Sar £100 ¡ heats, one milo ; ' weight 10 stone. Mr. Mackellar'! br g Whalebone, late Sir Watkln ... Doolan 1 1 ' Felt'« ur g Orey Plover.II. Pollock 2 2 Even betting. For tho first heat a capital ettirt was ofrectetl, Plover goingriwny with a Blight lead, Sir Wuthin at Iiis quarters j no ohango took piuco till thoy wero more than hnlf-wny round, when Whalebone headed the groy, and carrying ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 22 June 1861

. "A Bristol Rifleman" Jins issued the following notice x ,-"If : rho thief who stole" the epppor bellaire,. a-fuw" ."nights pince, from a house ht Burluigtoii;huiIaihgs, Red- land Park, is passing that way again," hugill find;-Mino, other métal thorei whioli,^ though moro portable, ; muy, yetTho loss easy to carry," ' . . . i i ; . ..,

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THE TURF.. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 22 June 1861

T H tc TURF . WE have this week a marvellous small budget oí news anent racing; no evuits of note having oc- curred since our last. Singleton «ill be the at- traction during the first week of July, but will hardly keep up its ' character as a. racing fixture ; and th-n all will be quiet until Septembei. Should Archer and Exeter go- to Melbourn;" for The Cup, Randwick Spring will be shorn of no small portion of its attractions; wc do not think Mr Dc Mestre has as yet made -up his. mind on the subject. All doubts as to the elegihility of Tom Ivory's colt Marquis, to run for Maiden Plates, must now. be set ht resti as.he has not only been disqualified at Bathurst where he won at two-year-old s'ake, but also at Camden where'he'divided the Maiden Plate. ' - / [¿ i We hear of several good stables in preparation for rabo horsp«, within ency, distnnoo of RunJwiclc course ; and we have little doubt that the various string« which furnish competitors for our prizes in September will all find p...

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