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BELL'S LIFE IN SYDNEY. SYDNEY, JUNE 29, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 29 June 1861

BËLL'S LIFE IM SYDNEY. srjjxjsr; juif s 29, issi. Ttl R creation of the new Legislative , Council is an accomplished fact, the names of twenty-three penile nen, nominated for life, having been gazetted. It will be remembered that twenty-seven gentle- men were originally invited to occupy seats in the Council, and ot that number six have declined the invitation, viz : Messrs CLOSK, FATJCBTT, JONES, LAMB, MA it KS, and OAKES ; whilst Messrs A. MACARTHUR and \V. RUSSKLL have ~ accepted the honor. The Council ai now con- stituted consists of the following members : Messis ALLEN, BYHNKS, JOI'IN CAUI'BIÍLL, DA IL- YA LI,, FITZGERALD, HARGRAVE, HOLDEN, KEMP, MACFARLANE, MACARTHUR, Stn W. M. MAN- NING, MEHhWETHF.u, MITCHELL, PLUNKETT, RDBEHTSON, R'ÍDEY, B. BUSSELL, \V. RUSSELL", SCOTT, THOMSON, .. WA an,' WATT, . and \V «NT WORTH (president). There can be little doubt, but that ms selection made by Sir Joii^ YOUNG will be acceptable to the country, comprising, as it does, much of private wo...

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 — 29 June 1861

Cl EXTJJISMISK favouring us with order» for thia X Journal yrill. bs pleased to oiieloso the necessary advance for six months subscription, viz 18s, or a £1 noto which'will cover three quarters of th» year.

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 — 29 June 1861

TH EA T B IC ALS, ROYAL VICTORIA. Tho prosperous reign of tho-"Dons" closed triumphantly on Saturday, and on Monday ovoning tho curtain of tho Victoria roso, introducing to a crowded houso tho cele- brated Mursh Troupe of Juveniles,"who have been en- gaged for a brief season, and tba records of whose suc- cess in tho sistor colony of Victoria havo long preceded thom. Wo shall content ourselves. for tito present by simply ondorsing the verdict,of our Melbourne1 con- temporaries, so far as concerns a minorty of the com- pany ; withholding any expression of opinion relativo to tho majority until further acquaintance justifies us in so doing. Muster Marsh and Little Jenny Arnot, as Mi Timothy and Mrs Tabitha -Toodlos havo nightly con- vulsed tho house by their really admimblo impersonation*; and Mba Louise, as tho Italian Brigand, positively created a sensation, inasmuch as, apart from the young lady's ox ccUent acting, her " make-up" vividly rocallcd to us, in miniature, thofneoof our ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 29 June 1861

PIOECW SHOOTING.-A grand day's sport is advertised for Saturday noxt,' nt tho Homebush Inn, tho scene of BO many sinulur nlfiiirs. Wo need not say much to induce lovers of tho. trigger , to muster in forco ; ¡but tho birds which Mills provides aro known to bo " rum un«," and ho has any Quantity of thom on hand.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 29 June 1861

CnsDLETOWK T. Turoxi.-Though tha season rnoy be considered oycr, tho above clubs havo cnergy'enough to koop tho gamo alive through tho winter ; and even in August they intend playing a grand match for a now set of cricketing materials; which, having boon purchased'in Sydney, aro now on their way up tho country.

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 — 29 June 1861

CRICKET. CRIORBTHÄS' PICNIC.-Nothing could hnvo hoon moro beautiful than tho weather of last Saturday, on which day wojoinod tho choico spirits of tho Albert Club in a picnicking excursión to tho now forsaken "Cremorne." Tho "Hall" of tho previous week iras supposed to bo tho wind-up of tho'season, but thinking that a good thing cnn not bo dono too often, tho Coinmittco (in laudnblo imita- tion of W. H. Stephens, Esq., Comedian,) determined to havo "another farowoll representation" of fun, nnd in- vited n soloct fow to toko a trip with thom, by water, on Saturday. Accordingly wo found ourselves about noon on board the "UAH'IBE," Captain Nowoombc, with as jovial a eet of fellow passoiigoM ns could havo baen'col loctoil, mid having lain " olf and on" for half mi hour to pick up any stragglers, wo were going through tho wntcr about ono o'clock'the rate of knots. Tho craft was excellently found in atoros, tho bread and herf commis sara wai evidently no uiggnril ¡ and though the "Purser"...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 29 June 1861

THE T UR F . AITHOVGU" Singleton Knees are on .the card for next week, they have afforded little, if any specu- lation, and we have no news from the " trysting place." Whether or not Ben Bolt will be there we cannot say, hut we fancy the interest of the the meeting will be centred in the contest between Talleyrand and Hcrodian for.the Maiden Plate. At Musclebrook the entries for the Trial Stakes have been re-opened until thc second of July (next Tuesday.) The Australian Jockey Club have brought out the announcement of the Second Biennial Slakes, in the conditions or which we are glad to notice some considerable improvements. The raising of the weights wc look upon with considerable favor; as it allows of the youngsters being ridden by men instead of boys, who are often dangerous both to themselves and their fellows. By the wording of the stake all doubts as to a colt's age, and date of fouling, are set at rest, and the payment of forfeits is peremptorily insisted upon-; both of whic...

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 — 29 June 1861

..JOHNBAPOJISa1, - . IN réturuing timuka to thu publio gonerilly of New SouthAVuIes and tho neighbouring colonies for pott Taroura, oilers for SALK, thia acusón, tho most extensive aiid. .vàried.ïBtock of FHÜVV TREES, Howering arni Ornament ul '.Trees, und Shrubs, to bs found in tho Auj trnliun-colonica. The i soil of his establishment being naturally poor, and exposed to tho most trying winds, tho advantage to purchasers getting trees from such a situation ia evi- dent. JOHN DAl'TIST ollera thia explanation, aa many parties aro under the impression that all fruit, trees, ',' ".' plants, (tc, olferod for salo by him ure grown ia rich soil. . ? JOHN BAPTIST respectfully solicits intending pur- ; ohosers to : call at tho nursery, and viow his collection provioüá to puruhoaing, ns ho firmly: believes they will be pleased with the growth and healthy statu of oilplants which will bo ouured to thom. . . Priées moderate; and any purclinser requiring a largo number of plants will be dealt w...

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 YELVERTON, IIeir-apparent to the Pecrage of Avonmore, THIRD BEFORE LORD CHIEF JUSTICE MONAHAN IN THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS, DUBLIN, From Thursday, Feb. 21st, to Monday, March 4th, 1861. JOHN THELWALL v THE HON MAJOR YELVERTON. MR. WHITESIDE'S SPEECH. (Continued from our last.) [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 29 June 1861

, * -FtíLfi-IUlPOU-lVOF TUB ' " V EZTftAOaDIKAKY MARRIAGE CASE -or mi; t HON. MAJO RY EL VERTON, Ifeir-ayparimt to Ute Peerage of Avonmore, ? . TUItJ) uj'.rciiB LORD OHIKF JU8TIOIC MONAH AK, Iii THU COURT OE. COKM:ON PLEAS, DUBLIN, Prout Thurtdoy, Feb. 21«/, Co Monday, Marek Uh, 1861. JoHif Í'HBL-r¿i.-t, T. Tm: Trox. 2XAJOI- YatTitatoi*. Mit. WUITESIDS'S SPEECH. fContinued from our last J f- ? But look nt tho context.* Tho letter proceeds-A» to the other business, 1 (lo not seo Any other course than to tell your mother, ns"you lind proposed doing. . Surely she will forgive and help you. .She lins a mother's honrt, mid a clover head"!r Do not in-tlio hope of patching up limiters throvy away our hist'chanco of united happiness. Events liavo rushed, so"'quicHy to a crisis, it is not possiblo to . st em tho tide. Wo must cling fast together, or we shall bo lost to each othor. Do not for a moro chimera give upi real life-long enjoyment, You have alrcndy broken tho spirit of your promise;...

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SPORTING CHRONICLE. RACES TO COME. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 29 June 1861

? SPORTI rv G CH RONICLE. --i-00 B¿ÜÍS ÏO oom. Drungâlea .July 2ud, 3rd, and 4th. I'nirtck'» riaini .Ji.lv 3r,l. lib, anil Dili. Wluierfarce.July 17th. Mmcle Brook. '.July lilli, 21th, 2Stli. Hari'twlck Sprliu.St, l. lain. I3ih, nml Nih, HUwarra.:...Oct. 16th. lUth, ami 17tli. lUi.Jwlok JT«w Yo.ir'a Day lUvca.Jail 1,1S62. QUKIiKGUNl). Gayndah.Juna 28th, 28th, uU 37111 TASMANIA. " Tain) AuilMllan Ckinpioti Stahe« ......De-ambar Sit.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 29 June 1861

J> OYAL VICTORIA, TH IS AT RE INCREASING- POPULARITY. TILE MARSH TROUPE Oí1 JUVENILE COME- DIANS. GRAND GALA DAY PERFORMANCE, ThU.afternoon, nt 2 v>.in.,.will bo porforrucd, by'request "of numerous families, thc over popular TOODLE S. A great -variety of Singing and Dancing. To concludo with tho screaming I'arco of NAN THE GOOD FOR NOTHING. And, " A T N LG HT, Tho admired.Drama'of tho S E V E N ,0 L E R, KS. A Musical ami Terpsichorean Melange. , To concludo with tho Irish Earoo of-. BRIAN O'LINN. . Box Omeo open from ll lill 3. 671 - : :? *. SCHOOL OF ARTS. ' ME. LEYESON'S GRAND CONCERT,. Monday , Evening, July 1st. Immense programme, com- prising Musio from tho most, popular' Operas. Artistes, Madamo Sara Plower, Hiss Emma and Ciel ¡a Howson.!,. Fraulion Hermann, from tho Court. Theatre, Berlin, Mr. John Howson, Mr. Goorgo Peck, Mr. W- JV Cordner, Gentlemen Amateurs, and chorus of 20 voices., lu ad- dition to tho artists engaged, Mr WINTERBOTTOM lins kindly proferrcd his val...

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STRAY SCRAPS. A SONNET TO APRIL. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 29 June 1861

STRAY SCBAPS. A SONNET TO APBIL. Bx EnssEit JOXES, COMEJJIAS. .ï^«5; "SVitli smilosand tears sweet April come, . ?'.hi/ Clad in thy robe so green, >V Ami aprtag-wovo chaplet on thy brow, Witlb'mo'ro than regal sheen j ' l)isppSing'0'cr tho flowery mead, Thy vivifying breath, Gives ^succour to the quickening earth, ' Sato'in tho garb of dcuth. ' 8hö}öaits.oiido with now-born strength, Her winding-sheet of snow, \Ylülei from her long-lom slumbering breath, Now'streams of life do llow ; Resuscitated trees and shrubs, Their leaves nguiu unfold, AncLo'or.tky verdunt mantlo spread, Rich flowers in white and gold. Thy fluttering ringlets scatter forth, Kore'drops of chrysolito, Moflaí brillhint by tho sunny beam«, JÍSh^t froni thy orbs so bright ; Tl&'jaurity yet'most grucoful air, jMakcs "glad tho heart of youth, E%n drooping ago porks up afresh, fîNéatlk4smiles so soft und ruth; TÍ bri ¡balmy, genial, April, come, ÍClasjMioturo in thy urms, As witfeu sister'a artless love, sYj...

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POLICE. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 29 June 1861

? POLICE. .-. , ' - *rm FiOTTitBS OP Sraicir.-It ia a curious fact than whon ev'or 'anything particularly spicey is on tho tapis at tho C. O. I\, Mr Ronald ia snro to bo upon tho Bench. Thus on Tuesday,' Martha Stephens, a sort of Cicero in crinoline, appeared before his worship, nt tho instance of a "meek eyed" darned named Ann Broadbent, to answer a chargo of having mada uso of laugutigo moro powerful than polite towards Miss 13. Mr Cory ap- peared AB Martha's choaen one, whilo Mr Roberts with graceful gallantry espoused tho causo of'tho sensitivo Ann. Tho parties aro opposite neighbours, and on n certain day ns Ann was sitting near an open window, plying her crochet ncedlos, and thinking of tho nico young man to whom sho is "an object of interest," Martha appeared a la Juliet, on the balcony of her man- sion, and apostrophized tho gentío Ann in vigorous, but alas, no virtuous terms, applying to her an 'epithet re- presented by tho lottors H-\V-. This wns'the' gravamen of Ann's co...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 29 June 1861

THTRD AUSTRALIAN' CJIAAÍPXOÍT STATCE of £500, with a çwcep of £100 each added, half forfeit aptn to all tho Australian Colonies.. . Provided three or more horses start, tho second hone to receive £200, and tho third horse £100 out of tho Btsfco. To be run for oror the NEW TOWX HACK COURSE in TASMANIA, >on TUESDAY, the 3rd «Ur of December, 18G1. i)i«tivnce, tliree miles. Entries to bo addressed and forwarded to the Secre- ter, Derwent Hotel, Hobart Town, on or before the 1st ef September, 1801. Forfeits to be declared ono month before the day of the race. . .. Stone, lbs. TTeights... 3 yrs. aid ... 7 P 4 " ,.8 0 : ? 5 .. » ... 0 O fl " "Si agod... 9 5 J. ÏJ. B. Tabart, Esq. Thomas Field, Esq. , John Lord, Esq. John Field, Esq. TT. Kearney, Esq : . Jos. .Lord, Esq. TT. Doddery, Esq. G. A. Komp, Ksq. S. Blackwell, Esq. To sot with Stewards to ba appointed by each of the felonies.- ...... J. AV. GRAVES, 1016 Hon. See. PATBICK'B PLAINS AUSTRALIAN"" RACING CLUB. THE abovo RACES will co...

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SUPEREME COURT. BELL AND ANOTHER v. THE RAILWAY COMMISSIONER [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 29 June 1861

BELL AND ANOTHER v. -THE RAILWAY COMMISSIOÎTEE. Thia was a motipn'for tho new trial of on action which was tried in february last boforo Mr Juslico Wiso and a jury of four. Tho uction was brought against tho Commissioner* for injury dono to tho race-horso Main- stay by a collision oii thc Southern Railway near TJomc bush on tho preceding lat Septembor. Tho jury awarded £500 damages. This amount was complained of as ex- cessive. Thoro wero two main questions raised andr argued on this new trial motion. First, whether evi- dence had been properly admitted and taken into consider- ation ns to any peculiar valuo attaching to "Mainstay'' I by reason of his engagements as a racer. Secondly,' whether tho Commissioner waa oxomp'ted from liability in this coso because of his having made and posted up (under powers conferred by tho Railway Act) a by-law declaring himself irresponsible for tho caro of horaes or doga convoyed by rail ¡ or whether, as thero wm no statomont of such irrosponsibili...

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"NINETY-FIVE DAYS OUT." AN AUSTRALIAN LYRIC,—BY F. WILSON. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 29 June 1861

"NUTBTST-PIVE DAYS OUT." ÁJI AtrBTitAUiw I/Tiiro,-Br F. "WILBOS.^ ? Airea tho oooan'a heaving breast, a snow-plumed sea- bird wiug'd itfl(way, ., ... . And seem'd to bravo each writhing wave tliat upward hurl'd tho tinted spray, . ' Woero billows-gorgeously arrayed-flung back tho rosy mail» of doy. T»r a i upon the sluggish deep tho hollo w'd light of morn, did stream, - , , . ?, ?. , Tko waters wako'nod from thoir sloop-BB starts a maiden in her dream, lad thro' whoso bolf-tranoparent vost tho throbbing! of tba heart aro Boen ! 'tia len-vrinds-like tho breath of love !-carno sweeping o'er thc surging mains , - Kewtaoaring to tho Bkies above, now creeping on the trembling plain 'ffiieir wnvo-bomo acconte lingered like tho harpings of a iolcmn strain. A remiel glided -whore tho spray .around her cost n jewell'd ecroen s _ . j , She etolo-a bright ethereal fay-a down some spell enohantod scono, . \'ijjj¿'.'. Or tower'd upon her ocean throne, exalted like a Naind queen ! ' ', J. Upon h...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 29 June 1861

BL OCA L.- tiff TEL LIGEN" O-Eï^ j '-¿i .. Jlhi i.W. P. .>?OFMT.-\V».. aro . glad to inform our ' >rmd«ff that Mr.,Mnuat,has returned from Lambing Flat,. >nd recommenced the practico, of-his profe88Íou'in"Syd-.\- ' ?noy. Ilia old client», who have liad roasoh to regret' hit absence, need not be told where to find lum, and hil - prononce at tho 0. P. O. will enable now ones easily to communicate with him. POLITICAL SMOKE.-Tho Legislativo Assembly of Vic- toria, which is now " on its last lags," had o very flory and, exceedingly funny debate on tho virtues of th» "wood," and us to whether'"tho finest room in tho Par- liament buildings," should henceforth bo devoted to the Virginians. A cloudy discussion followed through, which it is impossible to discern anything liko sonso or argn- i?"' mont. Uno hon mom ber denounced " tho .abominable . practice of smoking."-nnotíiór bewailed his hard, fat» _ that " ho couldn't Bmoke,"rand Mr O'Shannossy, by .way of showing tho estimation i...

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THE SPIRIT OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 29 June 1861

'' THE SPIRIT OF THE WEEK. The past week has been an extremely monotonous ono, tho only noteworthy event hoing tho visit of tho Governor and party to Mnitlnnd Businoss continues very innctivo, operations not ex- tending beyond immediate wants, nnd no inclination manifested to enter into any transactions of a speculative oharncter. Mr Thomas Holt is a candidato for Newtown, vico Macarthur resigned. A seaman of tho American ship Comoro fell ovorboard on Monday and was drowned. ' . >. ?. ' A Hobart Town constable named Lavender, alias " Crankv Jack," has committed suicido by.shooting him solf. Mary "Webb, of tho Green Ponds, died very suddenly from tho bursting of an abscess in tho bruin. Tho position of tho wreck of tho "Dunbar," lost in August 1857, was discovered on Monday, by pilots Jen- kins and Fullerton. Robert. Donald, n coal miner, has been killed in tho A. A. Co's. Borehole pit, hy the falling on him of a heavy weight of top coal. An influential meeting has been held nt No...

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THE RING FIGHT TO COMB. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 29 June 1861

THE RING l'IGHT TO COMB. Augiut lt.-John Bourke and Thomas Waterhouse, ¿200. Uni. SPAKKES.-Wo aro requested by Bill Sparkes to return Iiis sincero thanks to his countrymen nnd to all oilier friends who pntronisod him on Tuesday night ; and moro especially lo Young Sullivan, and Stove Hutchinson for the able assistance they rondorcd him in bringing off tho entertainments at his benefit. As there aro still n good ninny small sums out-standing for tickets, Sparkes will thank all thoso friends, who have not already handed in their accounts, to pay the small amounts they hare received at tho office of Hell's Life in Sydney, ai early as possiblo. ItoxxriT OE 3ÎH.I, SPABKES.-rAccording to our an- nouncement of lust Saturday, tho I.ycoum opened its postals to tho admirers of tho " art of solf-dcfenco" on Tuesday evening ; and wo aro glad to say that a full house nttestod tho estimation in which that prince of Australian boxers, Bill Sparkes in held. I Hid tho inaiingd ment been a littlo bat...

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To the Editors of Sell's Life in Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 29 June 1861

To the Editors of Sell's Lija in Sydney. ' , GENTÍEMK.V,-In your " Boll ". of Saturday last, un- der the heading " Cricket," is a report of a ball givon at the close of t he last season, by tho Albert Club, nnd also a " Koview of tho Cricketing Season 'fiO-'Gl," by your correspondent "Emergency," and us I regard both tho report and correspondence alluded to, as well as some one-sidod observations which appeared in your paper some time baok, as being tho production of one of tho Albert Club, who is determined to write into notoriety not only Iiis club, but also ono or two members of tho samo, and at, I um almost afraid, the exponso of tho other clubs and cricketers -of Sydney, I am induced to ask, with your permission, tho following questions, vir.. : Under what conditions, and to whom, or for what pur- pose, did Mr Leigh prosout tho Challongo Cup exhibited nt tho Albert Ball as a " tropjii/" mid of which Cup wo hoar so much tali and seo so niuny newspaper pulls ? Ts tho Challenge Cu...

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