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SINGLETON RACES, 1861. STEWARDS.;— George-Loder Esq; George Thomas Loder Esq; James Rigney, Esq; William M'Alpine, Esq; S. D. Dight, Esq. JUDGE:— William Durham, Esq. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 13 July 1861

. SIMQLETON »ACES, 1861. STEWARDS — George Loder Esq., Esq George Thomas Loder Esq ; James Rigney, Esq ; William M'Al- pine, Esq ; S. D. Dight, Esq. JUDGE :-»William Durham, Esq. CLERK OF THE COURSE:— Mr P. Cullen FIRST DAY,- WEDNESDAY, JULY 3rd. First Race—The MAIDEN PLATE of 150 SOTS, for all   ( horses that hnvo never won an advertised prizo or . oilier publie moiioy over £20 at tho timo of entranco (with reference to two-year-olds, n3 allowed by tho third clausa of thu'rulea) ono event, ono mile and a ,¡.half; weight for age. Tho winuor ' to receive £120 ¡ tho second horso £20 ¡ and tho third £10 of tho prize., Mr I. G'orrlck. Jun's ch lr Talleyrand, 4 yrs......Thompson V ' W. Eaton's ch ni Eugenie, -1 yrs.disq. 2 Alex. Wyndham's b g Uurodiun, -I yrs.».. 3 .-'" K. Turner's gr f J.pdy Ornoo, 3 yrs. dr , ' ;' Betting nt starting, 0 to 4 on Talleyrand. Only three horses enmo to.thu scratch, and after some delay a start was offed cd, Herod ¡un taking a slight lead, but ...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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A DREADFUL STORY. (From Lloyd's News, May 12.) [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 20 July 1861

A DREADFUL STORY.. (From Lloyd's News, May X2.J During tho drilling of nu oil mill nt Tidcone, PennsyU vania, recently, a Budden rush of oil, at the rate of 70 barrels nn hour, took pince, tho stronni nsconding .! ! feet nboro tho surface of tho ground. Above this moss of oil tho gas or bonzino roso in a cloud for 50 or CO feet. AU tho ilrcs in tho neighbourhood wcro immediately ex- tinguished, executing ono -WO yards distance The lire from this ignited the floating gas, and in a moment tho whole air was in roaring flames. As soon as tho; gos took firo tho head of tho jot of oil was in a furious blaze, and falling liko water from a fountain over a space of 100 feet in diameter ; each drop of oil cunio down a blazing globe of boiling oil. Instantly the ground was in a flame, constantly increased and augmented hy tho falling oil. At oneo a scene of indescribable horror took pince. Seores were thrown flat, and fora distance oftwonty feet and numbers horribly burnt, rushing blazing from...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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POLICE. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 20 July 1861

POLICE. MORE KOOUB TiiAir Foot.-On Wednesday thero was " a grand day performance" at tho G.P.O., under tho "distinguished patronage" of tho two Inst Lord Mnyors of Sydnoy-Janies Murphy and George Smith, Esquires and J. IVs. Amongst the novelties producod wiis tho iime honored farce of " Where's my Ticker ; or, an Uncle's Love," which proved u great succoss. Sorgcnnt Condick oponed the piceo. by intro- ducing James Phillip Groy, Esq., (3G5th cousin to tho omiiicnt M.P. of thnt name,) a gentleman bettor known in tho circle in wliich ho moves ns " tho Jew Boy," who hud been kindly invited to meet their Worships by another esquire, yclept John Madden, a gontlcuiuu so regular in bia habits thuthoscts a watch upon himself; but for all that was completely dono by tho " boy," who is actunlly graff though young. Mr. Madden deposed mid his verdant look continued his statement-that ho domiciles in OrccB-lnno, I'arrnmatta-stroet, and that Master Gray, iii consideration of his valuable services ...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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DEATH OF THE LAST SURVIVING- OFFICER OF THE SHIP VICTORY. OF TRAFALGAR. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 20 July 1861

DEATH OF TUE LAST SURVIVING- OFFICER OF THE SHIP VICTORY. OF TRAFALGAR. Lieutenant Rotcly ilion nt his residence, May HOI, Swansea, on tho 21st inst, aged sevonly-six. Lieutenant Rotcly was tho lost surviving officer ot tho ship Victory, of Trafalgar, haring fought with Nelson at the memor- able'engagement nt Trafalgar, flo was allowed to retiro from full pay forty years ago, nnd from that tinto ho has onjoyed Jiis p'onsion. On his retirement, ho hell tho rank of Jîrovet-Mnjor in the Vonezulinn Service. He was much esteemed, and will bo regrotted by nil who knew him. At his death, nnd for many years previously, ho lind in his possession n pair of pantaloons which wore worn by tho immortal Nelson himself, togethor wiMi other important relies of that eminont mirai Comman- der. Out of OOO mon who were on board tho "Victory nt Trafalgar, (Ivo only now romain ; and Lieutenant Eotely was tho Inst surviving officer. Ho was born nt tile Casllo Hotel, Neath, Glamorganshire ¡ was educated at ...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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THE LATE DUKE OF BEDFORD. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 20 July 1861

THE LATE DUSE OP BEDFORD. Tho elution and pl-jnsuros_of n country lifo aro so tho- roughly associntcd Mint ono caves not to distinguish be- tween them. Tho good Lndy Bountiful, who makes her round of visits in a wido-a-wnko hut, n sliort-skirted habit, and an ash plant by way of n parasol, will "tell" better than if she were prosing with the parson, or emu- lating tho apothecary. Tho very curato himself may minister to his mission by tho nico art with which he can throw- u fly or pitch a cricket ball ; while tho short cut to many a sick man's heart is over tho brook, and down by tho drop into tho lane nguiu. But if any one is especially called upon to illustrate such a position, it is tho owner ol' tho broad acres himself-tho country gentleman, who cnn continually ring tho changes on his character us a good landlord and a good sportsman-tho Squire, who is tho best of neighbours, becuuso his best sympathies uro with his neighbours, and who fulfils lu's duties towards thom muinly beca...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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BELL'S LIFE IN SYDNEY SYDNEY, JULY 20, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 20 July 1861

BÍLL'S UFE m SYDNEY. SttUTET, JULY 20, 1861. THE VU RUT B at Burrangong has now assumed an appearance well calculated to excite a general and well grounded apprehension, . The events which have just occurred there are of a character most deeply to he regretted by all Englishmen attached to constitutional liberty and the maintenance of order ; and have, as may be easily imagined, pro- duced a profound impression on the rtublic mind, because all ave .either directly or indirectly inter ,: ested in the preservation of public tranquillity. The question taken by the insurgents at Lambing Flat is one about which there can be no mistake, since it is perfectly clear that they are pretty de , termincd to risk everything to carry out their object-the expulsion of ilie flhineseyi ji- lt ts now perfectly useless to conceal the fact, that a very formidable combination exists, which threatens, unless this question he promptly and satisfactorily determined, to involve the colony in all the horrors...

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THE GREAT "WOLLONGONG LIBEL CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 20 July 1861

THE GBEAT "WOLLONGONG LIBEL CASE. On Mondar laut MUMM. Devlin and Sinclair, propri- etors of tho Mawarra Sxpretn, appeared before Judge Corey to unBwer for having published ii libel in their papar upon " one John Garrott, » Membur of Parliament, n Justice of tho l'eaou, und ono of tiio proprietors of tho Illawarra Mercury." Considering the awful position in which' thesu uhfortunuto gentlemen stood, and tho torrible nature of tho charge they: wore called upon to answer, they looked not only extremely well, but remarkably jollys "nd Mr Holroyd, who enveloped them iu tho umplo folds of his legal togu,appe:ired to' relish tho joke amazingly. The libel wns contninod in a letter signed "Notabilis," and reflected upon tho conduct of john Garrett, iSaquiro, M.P., J.1V; "nnd co-proprietor of thut lively journal tho Mercury, in n ease which occurred ut tho 1\ O., wherein Haworth and-Hathmill wero purtles. Tho ilrat portion of tho libol .wns ofn cannibal diameter, and nvorredthut "the niau see...

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PIGEON SHOOTING EXTRA ORDINARY [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 20 July 1861

PIGEON SHOOTING EXTÄA.OEDINAIIY. Squire Chantrey, who ia in his eightieth year, and who was noted ns a"ernek shot" in tho palmy days of (ho old " Ked House," was bucked some few weeks since to bill 99 pigeons out of 100 shots, mid Thursday, Slay 9, was the day appointed for tho mutch, to take piuco at Mr Eoberts's, West London Cricket Orounds, Old Bromp- ton, for ;C25 a side. Tho conditions of the match wore that " t'nuld squire " should shoot at 25. birds nt 5 yards rise, 25 ut 10 yards rise, 23 ut 15 yards'rise, and tho re- maining dislance 21 yards rise, at two birds in the trap, a single barrel gun only being allowed for tho perform- ance of each orent. Tho betting was against Mr Chantrey nt the commencement, und moro so after ho had got oil' his first two ovoids-tho 15 und 10 yards rise, ns the birds in thc latter distauco faced him too much nnd got away, ulthough sonio wore very hard hit. Ho finished his 5 yards birds in a llrst-ruto manner, although ho would not take advantag...

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SPORTING CHRONICLE. RACES TO COME [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 20 July 1861

SPORTING CHRONICLE. -oo U i O E 8 ÏÛ OOMH. ,. . : Wilberforce.......i.-.July 24th.'-' ' , Ä.j«iy -¿«u, »th, ««h. .tundn-lck Burins.8°W- '*»'? l3tll> a"J I4ttt m"wrrra...B.!...Oe¡. I«fh. I«*»«* «>h. Emu Plaint.-.December 20ih. .. .... , Randwick Now Ycar'e Day Rece» ........ Jan. 1,1162. - TASMANIA. Third AiutralUn Chtmploii Slakes .Doterotxsr 8rd>

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THE SPIRIT OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 20 July 1861

THE SPISIT 03? THE WEEK. Tho riots nt Burrangong havo of courseformed tho chief item of domestic interest during tho week, and tho Government is generally and severely censured ou ull sides for their conduct in reference lo tho first out- break. Business hus boen vory dull, nnd will cortninly not improve amidst tho doubt and alarm which so generally provail. From Victoria wo. learn that commorcial embarrass- ment prevails, and that many failures have occurred. Slr Macfnrlnnd, formerly a judge in West Australia, lins beon uppointod to suecoocl Mr I'urefoy us Chief Commissioner of tho Insolvent Court. A bullock driver named Bynn has boon frightfully gorod by an infuriutcd bullock afc Murrurundi. ; A shipwright named Drake fell on Tuesday from a stago alongside tho Fox, and died from tho injurios ho received. - A cripple named Dalston has diod from tho iOfl'eets of n, long course of intomporanco. Fivo ahtrni3 of lire were given in Sydney on; Tuesday. Four wore caused hy tho ignition of...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 20 July 1861

"'TOE GREAT EIGHT BETWEEN SAYERS AND HEENAN."-Cffiuopa BKTTI.VO CASE AND Ijt rotrr.wr DÉCISION.-MAHOITS V. ANIBJAU.-This wns nu notion, in tho Sherill's' Court, by tho stakeholder of n wager to receivo u sum of JC2 \indor the following pecu- liar circumstances. Plaint ill' deposed tl mt upon a cer- tain Sunday ho and defendant went to Woodford to- gether for a drive, and upon their return thoy called nt tho house of n member of tho P.il. His Honor (Mr Joyce) : What is that ? (Lnughtor.) Plaintiff: Prize fighter. His Honor: Thon it ought to bo P.E. (Laugh tor.) Plnintilf: It means Prize liing. While there wo saw Ohurloy Lynoh, and u disputo arose between defend- ant and Lynch about a pioturo by Newbold of tho "Groat Fight." (Laughter.) His Honor : What great fight ? Oh ! Sayers and Hccuan. Defendant said ho would pro- duce a picture of tho fight by Monday morning. Lynch said ho could not, und immediately offered to bot £2. Defendant was willing, and most unfortunately for ino I was a...

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THE TUR F. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 20 July 1861

THE TUR F . RACING has been completely a dead, letter during the week ; but we hear ol considerable activity in matters connected with the coming season. -Young 'uns are being broken-in ; and the horses of last season are just getting into work for the Randwick September Meeting, after their few weeks' spell. Everything gives promise of good racing, both here and elsewhere ; and, indeed, we look forward to a capital season. The Great Races to come off in Melbourne, in October and November, will excite much interest here, only equalled by that which must be created by our own Large Handicap in April ; and already there has been a good amount of speculation even on the most remote of these events. We have not ¡ heard much-betting during the last few days, I though Archer has been backed for Melbourne Oup at 100 io 5 ; and ten have been taken against the field for this race ; this latter appearing, at present, the most popular way of investing money. In the matter of training quarters,...

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LATEST PARTICULARS [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 20 July 1861

LATKST PAIITIOTTLAHS. Tits troopers from Lambing Flat reached Tass last night. Tho two horses that had brokon away had beon TCCO vored-that ridden hy Corporal Harman having three bullet wounds in tho neck, und that by trooper Hayles with two or threo shots in tho otT side of tho head. The ladies of Mr. Roberta's household had left Curro- wang on Monday night, in eonsnqucnco of threots having boon made to bum the place down. Tho troopers wore passed yesterday whilo on ( heir way to Yass by iv gontlomun who informed thom that Mr. Roborls'B "station had boon sot fire to and destroyed. Tho statement, however requires (o ¡ie bettornutJieiificntod, ns does a stntoment to tho etl'ect that the stores of Mr. II. Groig, Mr. J. .T. Roberts, and of sovornl other parties, hud beon bumed to thu ground. AVs have not learned what tho rioters proceeded to do on discovering that tho camp was loft unoccupied, but from tho statoinontof a person who loft tho Flat yestorday morning we believe that tho bu...

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RANDWICK SATURDAY RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 20 July 1861

RANDWICK SATURDAY RACES. " Tilia meeting eanío off last Saturday, according to ftp pointinent, and, if not aa numerously nt tended, or ai proutnblo to tho gate kcopor as former gatherings, r chow together n fair sprinkling of tho cognoscenti, aris- tocracy, and "horsey" xavans ? and moreover lackee some of tho least ottructivo features which have chnrnc torised tho previous races at Randwick. In tho Ural placo no money was domnnded at tho gale of tho courdo, becnuso thc racing took placo on tho road outsido ; ami hi tho Bccond placo tho police, whoso prosonco has beer so stigmatised, wove not called into requisition to cloui tho course. .Arrived on the ground wo found it occupied by II goodly array of tho Sydney elita. Hardly a class wu« unrepresented ; anti tho involuntary presence of sonic guy erjuipiijos, (whoso occupants woro doublions not u little aotoiiÍHhcd at finding tho turnpike road an il. were taken from them), gave a pleasant excitement to the proceedings. Membors of nil...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 20 July 1861

Printed nutt Published by GJJOHOB Ï\EWUÎIIS PIOKEBWO nhd'OiiA.nr.i;3 lUiui/roif Ntouor.8, nt the HelVt Ly* in Sydney Printing Olltco, 220, OuBtlcro%h-^rceh Sydney, Now South Wales, Saturday, July 20,1801.

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FURTHER PARTICULARS [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 20 July 1861

FlTKTttEU PjLBTIOOXAna. ' Wo understand tho authorities- Intely at Burring .wo of opinion tluit there wore «ot mituy'ionajae aw» ongngeil in tho lawless uuts or Sunday lost, and rt»' mob consisted chiefly of persona who havo nd "JIM» K eupation. : ' v;; . ' '.."' " . .Jt- ia surmised that vöry'many nf the rjoter» li«« fatally wounded, us they wore several times charged with groat spirit mid dctermmntiou, mid wore incessantly tired . upon for'upumrds,of twenty minute* by tho toot police. About lfiOO diggers quitted thu neighbourhood of thu scone of notion on ßun'diiy ovuning lust und took to thu rivngeB, in order to uvoid heine; compelled to tulto pin t in thu illegal movement. H nd t hey remained, tho probubi-. btv is they would havo been forced to join (ho mob. Two of tho troopers engaged in suppressing tba riot on Sunday were present at tho outbreak which occurred nt JJullurut aomo years URO. They describe tho lutter afluir ua nothing in coiupurison to thu former. It is Btutud tha...

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AGENTS FOR THIS JOURNAL. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 20 July 1861

AGENTS FOR THIS JOURNAL. BELL'S LIFE IN SYDNEY limy lie obtained erery Saturday at Mr Donovan'*, Tobacconist, King-street ¡ Mr Connolly's, South Head Hoad! Mr Andrew's, Chippendale; Mr Shaw's, Parramatta Hoad i Mr Leslie, Parramaltu-street; Mr Mattos, Brickfield Hill t Mr Bancroft, Park-street; Mr l-'anscr, George-street South; Mr Jackson, George-street South ; Mr Luccrdn,; Parramatta, street ; Slr liartlett, George-street; Mr Holmes, Ursklnc-street ; Mr'.arter, Southllead lloud; Mri'A Abrou., Market-street West; Mr Isaac Davis, Tobacconist, George-street, near Market-street ¡ Mr I'. Jr. Moore, Castleroagh-atieet ; Mr Ford, George-street North: and MrGcorge Allin, Botany Hoad, lledlern. Agencies, are required for other portions of thc city und suburbs. Adelaide.ll. JJ. Colley . Albury.....Mesara Middleton und Co Appin...C. Slorris, Junior - Armidale, New England.John Mooro H.ilninln..\.Mr Glover - ' ? Bathurst .Archibald K. Thompson. nerrima.Joseph Levey - Ii luck Creek .J. Harris l...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 20 July 1861

Btll'i Life in S¡)tlmy and Sporting Chronicle ls published eierjr Saturday morning. Country Subscribers will be rccclyed on pay munt of Six Mouths lu Advaiici?, viz., 13s. The Quarters end on thu 31st March, :10th June, 30th September, amt Slat December, respectively, al wlilcli periods utily eau Subscribers resign, oa paying up arrears. Parties mibsiribini; In the lulildleof aHusrler will only be charged from Hie date of their commencing. Adver- tisements must specify- in writing on the Taco of them tho number of insertions, or they will bu continued and charged accordingly, till countermanded.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 20 July 1861

Cl ISNTIiKMlSN favouring us with orders for t'"s T Journal will b* pleased to enclose tho necessary advance for BUL months subscription, «ir 13s, or a £1 note which will cover three quartors of the year.

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ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 20 July 1861

ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. »E"ITTANC»S nfcCEIVEJl from O.T. Vudgee¡ T, N. Kowen. ?(rtU'inT F.M»iirr».iponjti M «C. ""timmi H. U. liverpool, A SUliSCniBlill-Wo neither , know nor eats HijthJnB about wlíird». ! _ ,; I015.-SmiLB'*=c¡ bj Bon Bou. ... V.W.-Blink Bonny, the property of Mr W. I'Anton won td« Derby »nd 0«k» In 18.17, rlitoVn by Chnrllon. ri. V. »._WnccHnctumU>U«b.>ucU a challenge. J. lt. 0.-Thank«. " Tho Zoe Galop" r»nrhe<l.u« at to» Ute aa hoar to receive du« notice at our hand* lull week. _

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