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ADELAIDE —POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, JUNE 15. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 6 July 1861

ADELAIDE-POLICE COURT. SATUBBAT, Jura 15. [Before S. Beddome, P.M., and S. L. Hnrris, J.P.] EMnuzzr-KMENT.-Samuel Sandorlind Rogers was charged, on tho information of Inspector Hall, with stealing, taking, and carrying away money of tho value of £6,000, tho property of certain persons whoso names are unknown, nt Wollongong, in tho colony of New South Wales, on 31st May lnst. Walter Cunningford stated Ho know tho defendant tit Wollongong, in Now South Walos. Ho was a clerk thoro at the Town Council. His nnme is Samuel Sandorlind Rogers. Not seen him since ho left "Now South Wales. Know him about two and n holf years ngo. Left there about that time. Inspector Hall stated that from information ho received yesterday ho wont in search of tho prisoner. Saw bim at tho east oud of the town. Put out his hand and shook hands with Mm. Said to him, " aro you Mr Rogors." Ho said " yes i aro you from Sydney." Asked bim to como up towards tho «tntion. He said "I havo not gono by my own »ano hero."...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE VICTORIA CROSS. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 6 July 1861

THE VICTORIA CROSS Britannia's choicest gift, bestowed, for doods of high emprize, "Bluo Ribbon" of our chivalry-tho soldior's highost prizo ! The gilded stars of knighthood, are but tinsol, dust, and dross, Beside this bndgo of valour-Victoria's simple Cross ! For acts of noblo daring, dono on tho woll-fought field ; Courage that strovo 'gainst hopeless odds, t ulour that scorned to yiold ; , Tho wounded comrade borno away through sword-thrust, . pike, and ball ¡- , " Old England's Ung first planted on the foeman'a leaguorod wall ! , By deeds like those, tho noblest and tho humblost of our land Havo earned tina guerdon of tho bravo from Quoon Victoria's baud. Sacred renard for sorvico past, and plodgo that thoy, tho bravo, Who nobly won, should nobly wear, what Srnt so nobly garo. Tho breast that wears it should be pure, in thought, in deed, in word ; The soldier's honour, bright, and koon, and stainless, as his sword, And ne'er mid flaunting courtezans, in midnight inaB querado ''...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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THE SONG OF THE HARPER. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 6 July 1861

THE SONG OF THE HARPER. ..Men of Patrick's Plains, I thank you, You have wisely done to day, To elect mo, I wa» certnin, I would gut you "on a loy I" You a "patriot" really needed, Your rights us Britons to defond. And I pledge my honour over, I will bo " the poor man's friend I " I'm a democrat determined, '*"'i* As from stump did over spout, " And "them Squatters, orridrotches," Oh, I hate them out and out 1 You ask mo how I got my living, ' Which proves that you are prudent men, And I, my friends, am proud to own it, ? " I get my living by my pen ! " I address tho Moon in sonnets, Soft and sweot, ns her own beam«, And liko ollior poets gifted, Flourish in the land of dreams. I havo ample timo and leisure, To devoto to Parliament, Where believe mo I w ill " oTo » yon, To your very heart's content ! I'll not long an M. P. tarry, Ero my merits and my worth Will by Ministors bo noted, And procuro mo a snug berth ! But James Martin they intended, Should oppose me, oh, what "chook,'1 S...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NOTES ON THE SALE OF LIQUORS GENERAL LICENSING ACT OF 1861. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 6 July 1861

NOTES ON THE SALE OF LIQUORS GENERAL . LIOENSING ACT' OF, 1861. By RlCItAllD THOMTSON-.. Tils arbitrary character of tho present laws relating to tho salo of Fermontod and Spirituous Liquors, and tho granting of Licenses (13 Vic, No. 29, and 17 Vic, No. 6.), has boen frequently brought under tho consideration of Parliament during tho last ten years. Their stringent provisions aro enforced by tho magistracy throughout tho territory with the samo rigour as was deomed noces»nry whon Now South Wales was a Penal Colony, and when Penal Statutes,almost oxclusivoly, composed our colonial code of laws, A few sessions sinco, Mr Dalley brought a Bill into the Legislative Assembly for amending the ox 'isling Licensing Acts ; but, as it contained a ela uso to al- low public houses to be open for one hour on Sunday avonings, aftor Church hours, for the salo of liquors, to be drunk off tho premises, petitions against its being Ímased into law wero presented from ull parts of tho co- ony, nnd tho B...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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SPORTING CHRONICLE.-ooRACES TO COME. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 6 July 1861

SPÛHTIWG CHRONICLE. -oo H A. O H S TO OOMB. Wilberforce.,.July 17th. Muaclellrook.July !4thb3Sth, !8th. IlHndwIck Sprint.Seit. lilli, I3lh, au.l 14th, Illawarra.Oct. 15th, lOtn.nnä 17th. Kanilwlik yow Yoar'a Day Rucea .Jun 1,186X QUEENBUKD. Gayndah.Juna ISth, a6th, uti S7lb TABJCAXIA. Third Auatrallan Champion Stake* ......Decembor S rd.

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 — 6 July 1861

CORBBOTIOK.-Wo will thank our Braidwood con- temporary, -wbon in futuro ho mny do us tho honor of quoting from our columns, to distinguish betwcon our romnrks nnd his own. Tho following paragraph -noultl appear to ho an extract in its ontiroty from our journal ; whereas beyond tha intimation conveyed in tho first sentenco relativo to tho withdrawal of Zoo from tho turf, wo utterly disclaim the rest, as not only never hav- ing appeared in RelVa Life, but as tho expression of an opinion from which iro entirely dissent : " TUB CJIAMPIOK WIKKEB.-RelVa D\fe says that the far-fumed Zoe, tho winner of two successive champion races has been withdrawn from tho turf, and will now be kept entirely for breeding purposes. It is said that tho imported horso Magus, by Pyrrhus the First, will bo tho old nitre's ilrst love. Wo wonder at this, when there aro such Buporior horses as Lord of tho Hills and Pitsford to say nothing of Chatterbox and Warwick-in the colony. TI io runninr* of Magus was as ba...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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THE SPIRIT OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 6 July 1861

THE SPIRIT OF THE WEEK.. Iiilto its predecessor, the past week baa been n dull one in every respect. Business continuos inactive, «nil a large addition to the Insolvent list has not tonded toira provo matters. The political features of the week have brou wholly unimportant. Tho elections now pending excite no in- terest, owing to the certainty thnt tho olectors will shortly be called upon to pronounce nn emphatio verdict upon tho worthies whoso Bun is setting. I The schooner Harp of Hobart Town was totally wrecked on Bird Islnnd-crow saved. I Tho Tasmanian elections hnvo terminated in tho return of a large conserrative majority. A person named Morrison was recently way laid, and severely benton near the old burial ground. The manufacturo of kerosino oil has been tried with great SUCCCBS in nobnrt Town. Tho Pioneer Inn, situotod nt Wonga on the Clyde Road, has been totally destroyed by fire. The dend body of a man named Henry Watkins was found in the bush nenr Braidwood. At Bathurst ...

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 — 6 July 1861

NIAÖAIIA SUKPABSED.-Tho coremony of naming tho steamor City of New York, at Glasgow on Friday, was performed by Mrs Livingstone, the lady of Dr. Living- stone, the celobratcd African traveller. At a mooting which took placo after the lunch, it was mentioned that Mrs Livingstone had, two hours previously, received n packet of letters from hor adventurous husband, des- patched from the embouchure of tho Zambesi river. Dr. Livingstone and his party had returned to that point, all well, after having accomplished nn arduous and suc- cessful exploration into the interior of Africa in that latitude. Tho results of that journey had oxecedod his most sanguino expectations,.founded, as thoy wore, on previous geographical knowlodgo. The Victoria Falls, as thoy have boon tormed, he had deduced to bo 100 feet in height, nnd about 8000 in width. When ho was enabled to survey tho actual sceno, ho ascertained that tho height was 310 feet, and breadth about 5580. [Tho height of Ningnrn, on the Canad...

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 — 6 July 1861

THE TURF. RACIMO matters have been very " quiet" during the week ; and although Singleton Races have been " on" we did not hear of much betting in the Metropolis concerning them. A telegraphic suirt .inaiy of some of the results will be found appended; from which it appears that " Talleyrand" made a I wmfnr Mr Itoder in the Maiden Plate, on the fust day, and that " Ben Bolt" appropriated tht* £75 in tho Patricks PlainsoPurse over two miles. On the second day the chief interest lav in a match between " Ben Bolt" and the " Flying Doe," which the little mare won, and put the " two centuries" in Mr Ivory's pocket. 1 From the running of " Talleyrand" up to the present moment, we look upon him as destined to fight hard for the prime laurels of New South Wales. Mr Loder is not fond of calling upon his horses to do too much, or come out too often, and we fancy that, in his hands, the gallant chestnut will have every chance afforded him of arriving at the very top of the tree. ' Touching fut...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 6 July 1861

PiioTESSOK PAiiKiîn.-A farewell complimentary bene- fit will bo given to this accomplished swordsman nt the School of Art», on Monday. Captain Macdonald, tho gallant antagonist of the Profossor on n former occasion^ lins courteously volunteored to cross swords with him on tho present. An opportunity will likewiso bo offered to any othors, civil or military, who moy aspire to irrest the honor of Championship from tho Profossor; and vr« hnvo authority for announcing thnt in the event of none of tho self-vnùnled professionals in this colony venturing to tako up the gauntlet, tho sister colony of victoria win. bo represented by a gentleman who enjoys the distinc- tion of Champion of the South, and who will enter the lists against tho Champion of Now South Wales. For programmo of fpnlB, &o, seo bills of tho day. THE FA"T Omi..-This native dwarf arrived in town yesterday, accompanied by her paronts, who purpose ex- hibiting her at tho Tomperanco Hall on and after to-day. Sho was b...

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 — 6 July 1861

ANSWERS TO " CORRESPÖKDENTS. ' ' REMITTANCES nrxKIVFI) from F. M. T.. Hathurit ; WV H.. ' »nnwtneiT. S. C, Yans; Tamworth Itatc«! H. N. \V., Hrlilmnet N. A.. Jockey Club, ipswich : J. It., Merimbula! G. T" Muil ueo! T.I.,, rictonTV/. 1l" Camden! R. P-. Lamblnir Flats A. W., Lochinvar! J. D., Mettam G. B Mnwellbrook | W. 11. J.iverpàu). , * T. O'C, ROI'AI.A-Wthnps thire Ii no printer who would pub lUh Ihe rule« rf Do? Fishtin?. R. E., GUNNIiDA.il.-The Ringer win«.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 6 July 1861

C^ ENTLEMEN favouring us with orders for this X Journal will be pleased to encloio th« necessary advance for six mouths subscription, viz 13s, or a JB1 nota wliich will cover three quarters of the year.

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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THE SUMMING UP. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 6 July 1861

.THE SUMMING UP. 1 j ., i. Dublin, Monday, March 4. j t Chief Justice Monahan, having taken his seat o.n itho bench at ton o'clock, this morning, proceeded to ehargo ! the jury. His lordship rejoiced tluit this protracted caso was at length* drawing to o close, and thanked tho jury for their attontiou'and patient investigation of a'case in- volving questions" of such vast importance to'tho parties eoncernotl;<< Aftor impressing upon tho jury the necessity of divesting thoir minds of every fooling cnlciilotod to influence thoir calm and dispassionate consider- ation of the caso before thom, his lordship stntod that tho notion they had to try waB very simple in ita form. Tho allegation wns that Mr Thohiall supplied funds to a cortnin amount to a lady, who, as sho alleges, is the wife of the defendant, ne docs not Bay that at the time thoso wore supplied to this lady ho was not awnro her husbnnd, Major Yolvcrton, had married another woman, and thereforeT ho rests ...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THEATRICALS, &o. ROYAL VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 6 July 1861

I T H EA T'llfoAlS f Vctí -" r-^ ROYAL .VICfORIA.,' -* The Fairy Spectacle "of "the'Nniad Quecn/^jejnbrncing tho"ontiro of Jlarsh's clever troupe, jw as* introduced4 on Monday evening, and lins heonJ nightly* repeated "with most uiicquivocnl success. Where nil aro perfect, it may porhnps bo doomed invidious to mention but few of th» talented sisterhood ¡ but tho fairies will we trust pardon us if we select the most \jrominent of the character» to* whom to award our meed of laudation, to milich all are in common entitled, Tho Spectacle is placed upon the boards in (ho most gorgeous stylo; both the scenery nnd costumes eliciting unbounded applnuso. Miss Louisa Arnott as the " Queen," with-little Jenny Arnott as her favorite attendant, Miss Gourlny as "Sir Rupert," and the droll young Marsh as " Schnapps" ndmirablv porsonittod their sevorul parts. The Amazonian mareil is a wonderful display of preoision, und might "afford nn instructive lesson to our voluntoors ; while tho combat in th...

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THE WRONG BOY IN THE WRONG PLACE. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 6 July 1861

THE WBONG BOY II? THE WEONG PLACE. Wo often hoar now-a-days of " the wrong man in the wrong iilnoe," mid viao versa ; but tho following atory, for the truth of which wo can vouch, goes to show that tho say¡«g need not bo confined to " men grown up," but that tho wrong.boy muy sometimos find himself to hi* loss, in tho wrong place., A fow days ago, a sou of ifoculnpius, residing hi a town in the western part of Sussex, was making bia usual calls upon his patients, when the wife of ono of thom ex- pressed n wish tlintho would just give a look nt hor little boy's teeth, ono of which had been rathor troublesome of luto. Tlio Doctor expressed his willingness, and, as tho lad was not then at homo directed that ho should be sont in tho course of tho day to his (the Doctor's) house. Ho had never seen tho lad," but wus told ho was between nine mid ton j ears of age. Soon after the Doctor got home, thero was a knock at tho door, and a lad of that aga presented himself and, asking for Dr. B-, ...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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THE BLACK CAT. A MURDERER'S CONFESSION. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 6 July 1861

THE BLACK CAT. A MUBDEREK'S CONFESSION. j From my infancy I was noted for the docility and hu- manity of my disposition. My tenderness of heart was evon BO conspicuous as to make mo the jest of my com- panions. I was especially fond of animals, and was in- dulged by my parents with a groat variety of pets. , I married early, and was happy to find in my wife a disposition not uncongenial with my own. Observing my partiality for domestic pots, sho, lost no opportunity of procuring thoso of the most ngrceablo kind. We had birds, goldfish, a fino dog, rabbits, a small monkey^ and a cat. j This latter was a remarkably largo and beautiful animal, entirely block, and sagacious to an astonishing degree. In speaking of his intelligence, my wife, who at hoart waB not a littlo tinctured with superstition, made frequont allusion to tho ancient popular notion which re- garded all black cats as witches in disguiso. Not that sho was ever serious upon this point s and I mention the mBttcr at all fo...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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FATE OF THE VICTORIAN EXPLORING PARTY. (From the Melbourne Herald, July 1.) [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 6 July 1861

FATE OF THE VICTORIAN EXPLORING PABfY. ("From the Melbourne Herald, July l.J Tho long-expected news from tho Exploring pnrty has come at lost. Mr Braho's arrival with tho despatches in Melbourno on Saturday night, nccompanicd by Mr Howitt, created much excitomont throughout tho town yesterday. A special meeting of tho Exploration Com- mittee was nt onco summoned by Dr Macadam, and was held at throe o'clock in tho afternoon at tho now Court- house, tho Chiof Justice presiding. It was a matter of lifo and death; and beforo tho committee roso they very wisoly rosolvcd on sending Mr Howitt after Mr Burko without nn hour's delay. A sad and cvon mourn- ful intorost was given to the wholo proceedings by tho melancholy tonour of parts of tho despatches. Poor Dr. Becker and thrco othors of the party hare perishod in the wilderness 1 Ho was a gentleman of singular!} varied knowledge and acquirements, and his death adds another nemo to tho roll of tho martyrs of scionco. Specu- lations on tho ...

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AQUATICS. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 6 July 1861

AQUATICS. R. AÍTD H. GnEsw v, POKCII AKD MOGBATII.-This match progresses favorably; all tho mon aro inactivo preparation, and doing good -work, to fit thom for tho coining strugglo | and no doubt they will ooma to the soratch for this, (is wo suppoao) tho final triol, in dip- ping fettle. In tho betting, tho brothers havo the call, and wo know thoy aro very confident of tho result. Tho remainder of tho stakes will bo modo' good at *' Tatter- salls " on UM evening preceding tho raoo.

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 — 6 July 1861

An attorney, about to furnish a bill of costs, was roquestod by his cliont, a baker, to mnko it as light as possible. " Ah," ropliod tho lawyer, " that's what you may say to your foroman, but it's not tho way I make my broad." ' 'S* " Borah, what did you do with (hot tallow thnt Mr. .Tonos grossed his boots with this morning P"-" Ploaso marm, I baked tho griddle oakes with it. -" You did, oh P Confound you, I thought you had wasted it."

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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THE PHILOSOPHY OF BREEDING. To the Editors of Bell's Life in Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 6 July 1861

THE PHILOSOPHY OF BREEDING. To the Editors ofRelVi Life in Sydney. GUNTMSMEN,-Tho "FirstofAugust" will soon bo hero | (tho very idea maltes ino think of " tho Twelth,") and with it wo commence not only n new racing soason, but a breeding season as well. The former may bo looked to with much intorcst hy racing men, especially na tho lately revised Jockoy Club Hides will come into oper- ation ; hut the latter must ho pregnant with great re- sults, either beneficial or otherwise, to nil thoso who moko tho breeding and rearing of thoroughbred stock n mutter of pleasure or of profit ; and thorfore it is that, at this particular moment, I commit myself to a few remarks on tho subject. An immenso deal has bcon written about horso breed- ing as a science, but, although the importance of its con- sideration is very generally nllovted, tho lucubrations of thoso Borihes who bring it under notice aro usually but little read, and still loss attended to. It is thorfore hardly to bo wondered at th...

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