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

OSCULATION. When a fair correspondent inquired of tho " British Opollo" why kissing was so much in fashion, what bene- fit was derived from it, and who was its investor,i tho oracle answered-" Ah, madam, had you a lover, you would not como to Apollo for a solution, sinco thora is na disputo but tho kisses of mutual lovers give infinito satis- faction. As to its invention,' it is ccrtaui Nature was its author, nud it began with tho first courtship." Apollo was right. Wo indignantly scout tho assertions of thoso unromantic individuals who maintain, thntin tho tlesiro of tho suspicious ancients to test their wives' mid daught- ers' sobriety originated a practico reprobated by Socrates tho philosopher, Cato tho censor, Ambrose tho saint, und Bunyan the tinker, and lauded by lyrists nud lovors from tho beginning of time. ' ; When tho constablo of Castilo visited tho English court, after tho accession bf James tho I., proud, and pompous ns the Spaniard was, he was right well pleased to be...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TROTTING-. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 20 July 1861

TROTTING-. .. GRBAT MATOII AGAINST TIME FOR £200.-On'Satur dáy, tho 20th inst., n match, which had boon mado somo. timo back, by Mr B, Percival, of London, to drive his American horse) Bangor throe miles in harness in niuo minutes, for a bet of .(¿100 n side, carno off on tho London nnd Brighton turnpike-road, nt Crawley, in Sussox, but, owing to tho affair being kept dark, very few spectators woro present, but wo observed sovoral ol' tho old school on tho ground. Tho George Inn, at Crawley, was mado head-quarters, and it having been arranged for tho affair to come off by six a.m., tlmso present were compelled to go down ovor night. Tho gontlomen deputed to mensuró the ground and arranco tho preliminaries wero up at a very carly hour. Before thu match could como of many obstacles arose. Tho first was, that tho watches brought down to timo the match would not keep i imo together ; ; hut this was got ovor after somo difficulty by ah arrange- ment that our reporter should net as refero...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TO MY LAST THREEPENNY! [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 20 July 1861

TO MY LAST TIIKEEPEÎÎ2ÎX! Precious little coin, wo'ro parting, OU-how cruel is my fate, 'Io mino oyo tho tear is starting, Xast of all my " Bilver plato ! " 3?our of yon just malte a shilling, lîighty, botter still, a pound, Hut, nh, when was so much sterling In tlicie vacant pockets found ? Ttonlly now tho times oro shooting, livery ona in consternation, ' Hardly ono has got n '* stocking," "Nothing moving but stagnation 1" What aro thoy who rnlo us doing? ~ !" I Tard indeed it is to say, 'Xiioy, good souls, aro snugly snoozing, In their nests so warm with pay !, I nt something now must got, This will never do for mo, Tho " patriot" trade is stunning yet, So I'll bocomo n groat JE. P. 1 Once in Pnrlinuiont I know, Tlint Ministers will never grudgo Thoir deepest gratitude to show, By making mo a District Judge ! Tho longest lane mutt havo n turning, No nial ter what its length may bo, Nothing will they natch mo scorning, Iront my friends tho Ministry ! But thu day is cold, and drear...

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

ON THE TIMING- OF RACES. DEAS BjtiJ,,-Having lionrd that Bomo of thc gen- tlemen connected vr\f.h Moreton Day race» expeend to win tho Into Champion Race, owing to one ol' their hor6C8 having dono a great thing against time, his in- duced mo to trespass on yon with a low obscrritions upon it, nnd upon tho difieronco of courses ; and pciiapB on brooding. Tho racing community, both horo md in America, fall into tho popular orror of rolying nm on timo than on tho regular trials which thu horas of England midergo with other horses when much i ex- pected from thom j or whon they aro engaged in aiy of thc groat stakes. In this country, if a horso cai run three miles in Bis minutes or u littlo under, his twnor will perhaps think him a match for tho champion naro ; forgetting that much depends on the course, and tint a rider trying against timo can choose his horse's rate from beginning to end. This cannot bo in a regular mci t for a " bad beginner" may ho beaten before ho is on hislegs ; o...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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THE HORSES OF THE FAST SEASON. To the Editors of Bell's Life in Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 20 July 1861

TETE HORSES OF THE FAST SEASON. To the Editors ofJBelVs Life in Sydney. GJÎNTIEMBN,-Now South Wnlc3 luía certainly beci proliilo in chestnut " chumpions ¡" horses of that trub thoroughbred color, having onco und nguiu wrested flrsl class honors from their fellows ; and thu next animal ] shall inonlion must bo old VENO, KOW horses liuvo ovci been so popular us tho subject of this skotch ; in tim purticular ho bids fair to rival tho renowned Jorrocks; and mates well with his equally popular owner anci trainer Johnny Higgorson ; with whom, sinco their trij to Victoria, ho has becomo so thoroughly identified. " Veno" eommeneod this season by running third tc Zoe in tho Champion Race on the 1st September ; o position he obtained chiefly through tho excellent trim in which ho carno to tho post. Thoru nro many racing men, (among them his owner himself) who uil'ect to boliovd that tho old horse could havo won, had ho been made mora uso of ¡ or, in other words, gone away with his horses, ins...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 20 July 1861

R'.° Y A L VICTO BI A - T HEAT RE. IJAST WEEK BUT TWO .lJ .. of tim MARSH TROUPE' OP JUVENILE COMEDIANS. Tliis presont'Saturtlny, July 20th, thora will bo u GRAND DAY PERFORMANCE, . .? At hnlf-pnst two o'clock. Tho Entertainments Will comprise tho Grand Fairy Burlesque of BEAUTY AND THE BEAST. An interlude of Singing omi Dancing, and tho laughable - ' ?. Farce of THE RENDEZVOUS. (SSS- AT NIGHT Will bo performed the intensely interesting Drama of Titas MANIAC DOVER. ~':A variod interlude of Singing and Dancing. "? To conchido with tho Fairy Burlesque of BEAUTY A ND T HE BEAST. . G25 YA L L Y O E U M THEATRE Lessee...MB.R. TOLANO". GRAND EXTRA NIGOT, THIS EVENING, SATURDAY. . B U RLE TTA, OPERA, AND FAROE. STAGE STRUCK. Tom Tapo,....Mr F. Howson. ? N O R M A. Norma...Miss E. Howson. Adnlmsa...Miss C. Howson. Orovoso...Mr F. Howson. Pouio...Mr J. Howson. With tho laughable farce of tho R A ND' WI 0 K R ACE S. Boxes, 4s. ; Parquette, 2s. Gd. ; Pit ls. ., Gallery, Gd. 5 half-price lo Box...

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

rpninü AUSTRALIAN CHAMPION STAKE of X £500, with a swoop of £100 each added, half forfeit opon to nil tho Australian Colonies, Provided throe or moro hor-jes start, tho second horso to receive £200, and tho third horse £100 out of the Stoke. To bo run for over tho NEW TOWN RACE COURSE in TASMANIA, on TUESDAY, tho 3rd dnyof December, 1801. ' " D'istaneo, three miles. Entries to bo addressed and forwardod to tho Secre- tary, Derwent llotol, Ilobnrt Town, on or before tho 1st of September, 18(il. Forfeits to bo declared on» month before tho day of tho raeo. '. Stone. Iba., Weights... 3,yrs. old _ ... , g 5 " 't "| g o 6 " " &ngod..." 9 6 STEWARDS. J. L. B. Tnbnrt, Esq. Thomas Fiold, Esq. John Lord, Esq. John Field, Esq. W. Kearney, Esq Jits. Lord, Esq. W. Doddery, Esq. G. A. Kemp, Esq: S. Blaokwoll, Esq. To oat with Stewards to be appointed by euch of the Colonies. , J. W. GRAVES, 1016_Hon. Boo. MUSCLE BROOK ANNUAL RACES. TJNDÜB THE MANAGEMENT OP TnB MUSOLE J1KOOK SVB; TBALIAN ...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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THE ACCEPTANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 27 July 1861

THE ACCEPTANCE. . (DY PïlOÏKSBOB 1'A.BKEIl.) At theo bravo KMOIIT, thy gauntlet lo! I lift with keen delight, Go, arm thoo quick, and blow for blow Exchange wu in fair light. Behold my true and tempered bindo Leaps from ita scabbard froo ¡ . My bnttlo cry resounds tho filudo, " St. George aud Victory ! " Victoria's CnAMMOif Ow I'll wrest Vrom thee, my ibu ronowu'd, When foot to foot and braut to broast Wo moot upon tho ground 1 And thou shalt on thy kneo confess, And lesson thou shidt learn, Thot thou wilt ne'er forgot, I guess, Thou haughty FUOZEÛSÏ'BB.Y ! Tho trumpet calls us to tho field, My banner is unfurled, And in BIB thou shalt find revcal'd Tim Ciiioii'ioN ov TUB WOULD!

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 — 27 July 1861

THE SPIRIT OP THE WEEK. Beyond tho uxoitcincnt in connection with tito Bur- rangong disordurs, thu wuok has beuu ono of uxceoding dubioss, increased, no doubt, by thu inclement weather. Business remains very lunguid in every department, mid will continue BO until tho nlluira pf tho colony uro niaii nged in a way that will rostoru eonfldenco, tliU'uso capital, and furnish with employment tlio unemployed. Like everything oho, polities uro utnguuutj but wo notieo with sutiilhotiou tho rusijuutiou of a host of " patriots." ( . . Tho MacclcsQuld schooner from Newcastle to Mel- bourne has been wrecked, uud wo regrst to add, six of her crew perished. . , An old man named Bassett was killed on tho Bathurst road by the upsetting of a dray. . -At Campbelltown a ,lad named Rixon severely shnt torod his hand by the uuuideulul explosion of u gnu. Tho . wife of a shepherd named Mills hus been brutally murdered ut Muswellbrook. Tho perpetrator is supposed to bo un aboriginal named Harry. Two of th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 27 July 1861

Prmtod nnd Publiahod by G-BOB&S iFEnttEiia 1'IOKTEKIKQ ; nnd OnisixB ILonMO» NIOHOLS, ht thovJ?í¿T» Zifis in' Sydney Printing^Odlcoi 225, Castlerongli-strcok, Bydnoy) Jíow South 'Wolce, Saturday, Joly 27,18fil.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 27 July 1861

Cl ENTLEHEN" favouring ' ua with ordors for th1 T Journal will bo pleased to endoso tho noceasary advance for, dis months subscription, vit 13s, ora, dBi note wliioh will cover three quarters of tho year.

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AUSTRALIAN COLONISTS AS PATRONS OF FINE ARTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 27 July 1861

AUSTRALIAN" COLONISTS AS PATRONS OF FINK ARTS. The fino oollcctíon of Oil Paintings, chiofly by anoion masters, which were purchased by Mr T. W. Smart during his lute sojourn in Europo, and now kindly exhi bitod to the public ia a spacious gallery of his mansion nt Afona, hos been fully described in tho columns of thi Sydney press as have, also, tho valuable Water Coloi drawings collected, iu h'ko manner, by Mr T. S. Mort, whoso rosidonco at Green Oaks is also thrown open on fixed days, in tho samo spirit of welcome to all truo lovon of Art, which, for many years past, has induced tho no bility and gentry of England, both in town and country, to operj their galleries of sculpture and painting for thc inspection nnd study of tho publio gonornlly. In Mi Smart's Gallery, tho pioturos aro, for the most port, from tho pencils of tho great masters who flourished betweon 1500 itnd 1800 j but in another collection, which is about to bo thrown open by Mr John Jacobs, under whose auspices sor...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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AGENTS FOR THIS JOURNAL. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 27 July 1861

AGENTS EOS THIS JOUENAL. BstVa LIP* IM STSHET may bo obtained every Saturday at Mr Donovan's,. Tobacconist, King-street ; Mr Connolly'», South Head Hoad., Mr Andrew's, Chippendale-! Mr Shaw's, Pornvmalla Road) Mr Leslie, Parramntta-street ; Mr Mntto», Brickfield Hill; Mr Bancroft, i Park-street; Mr Panter, George-street South |! Mr Jackson. George-street South; Mr Luccrda, Parramatta ? trcot; 'Mr Bartlett, Goorge-atrcet ; Mr Holmes, Kraklno-street t Mr Loiter, South Head Road-, Mr P A Abnsu., Market-strcet Weat» ..- Mr, Isaac Davis, Tobacconist, George-street, near Market-street ( Mr F. M. Moore, Castlercagh-street : Mr Ford, George-street North; nail Mr George. Allen, Botany Road, lledfern. Agencio* - are required for other portions of the city and suburbs, Adelaide.ll. JJ. Colley Albury.;._ ...Messrs Middleton »nd Wo Appin..C. Morris, Junior Annidale, New England.John Moora Dalmain.Mr Glover Bathurst.Archibald K. Thompson. Berrima.JoBeph Levey Black Creek .J. Harris Boyd Town .Mca...

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BELL'S LIFE IN SYDNEY. SYDNEY, JULY 27, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 27 July 1861

BELL'S LIFE IN SYDNEY. STDiïET, JULY 27, 1BGX. Ta* arrival of four hundred Chinamen by the Marion Moore will not assist in removing the difficulties in which the colony is involved by the presence of these obnoxious people. Fublic anxiety on the subject is increasing daily, whilst 'the accounts from Burrangong clearly indicate a fixed determination on the part of the diggers to resist any attempt to reinstate the ' Chinese on the field ; and their resolution to rescue their leaders, if apprehended. The excitement continues un- abated, and we are told that at Tipperary Gully the diggers " are arming and drilling every day." This is truly a melancholy state of things, from which, if persisted in, results of the most disas- trous kind must inevitably follow. The question now asked on all sides is,-What does the Govern- ment really mean to do ? The question is a very difficult one ; but so far as appearances go every effort will be made by the Government to uphold its authority, and pun...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 27 July 1861

Dill't Lift in Sydney and Sporting Chronicli Ia published every Saturday morning. Country Subscribers will be received on par ment of Six Months in Adoanct, viz., 13s. The Quarters end on' th« 3lat March, 30th June, 30th September, and 31it December, ? respectively, nt which periods only can Subscribers resign, on paying up arrears. Parties lUbicTiblnR in the middle of a Quarter will only bo charged from the date of their commencing. - Adver* tisements must specify in writing- on the face of them the number of Insertions, : or they will bo continued and charged accordingly^ ; till countennanded. - '

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SPORTING CHRONICLE.-ooRACES TO COME. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 27 July 1861

SPORTING CHRONICLE. 00 SACES TO COME. Muscle Brook.-«.«...................July »Ut, Aug. lit & ind Bindnrtck spring -._..- Sept. J2ib. 13th, «nd "ta Illawarra....;................Ocl. »Ul, li th, »lld nth. Emu Plaint.T......T.Dcceraher 56th. lUadwlck New Year's Day Races .-"..Jou.li 1MX VrCTORIA. Jockey Club 8prtng Meeting (2000 Guinea« «taite«).Oetobo» i Torf Club Spring Meeting (Melbourne Cep).»T...--..-.-.......Norember. TABUAMIi. Third Australian Champion Stakes ...-.DtmmberSri.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 27 July 1861

j THE Himw-iLiunooK Riana POBTTOKED.-Thursdnj'i Mercury mya :-w We have boon requested by telegram to notify that tho Muswellbrook races, in consequence o: tho inclemency of tho weather, aro postponed until "Wed' nciday, Thursday, and lYidoy, tho 31et July, ond 1st one 2nd August. SIonUTA. It ACTS.-Theso races carno off" on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday last. Tho following account of tho winners ÍB furnished by an extraordinary issue ol tho Urridwood Observer;-Un tho first day tho Trial Stake» of L.10 waa won by Mr J. O. McAIistor's Boacocj the Maiden Plat« of L.iiC, hy Mr J). Richardson')} Long legs j and tho Town I'Juto of L.40 by Mr I. O. McAIis tor's Pelham. On tho second day thu I. 8. N. Company's Pluto of JJ 20 was walked over for by Polhnm ; the Hack Ruee of Ij.lO was won by Sailor, and tho Gulf Diggers' Purse- of li20 was won bj' Hambones. On th* third day tho Araluen Purso of 1/.80 \rus won by Pelham; tho Ladies' Purse of L.20 by llitroboncs ; «nd tho Consola- tion State...

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THE LATE AFFRAY WITH BUSHRANGERS NEAR TUENA. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 27 July 1861

THE LATE AFFRAY WITH BUSHRANGERS NEAR TUENA. lie our last lsauo wo published ait account of a very' serious affray which took piuco in tho viuinity of Tuena1: ou Tuesduy thu IGth instant, which appears to have boen¡ somewhat erroneous. Yesterday Ara, received: more ant ho ntio particulars rospeoting tho onconutor, which wo now lay before our readers. On the day ubovo. mori tionod, from information which hud boon obtained, Ser- geant SIiddlcton, of Tuonn, mid Trooper Hosie, proceeded to tho residenco of u man named Fogg-n small settler residing ubout four miles from Bigga-for tho purpose of apprehending a gang of bushrangers. Middleton had boeu informed that Fogg's houso was a rendezvous for tho niisuruauts ho woe 'in search of, and when ho arrived at tho piuco ho fouiid tho door of tho house lookod. Hav- ing knocked repeatedly for admission, and received no reply to his summons, hu burst open tho door. and en torod, leaving Hosie outside to soe that no person es- caped. The only por...

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THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 27 July 1861

THE TU RF. RACINO matters have since our last been dull and dreary as the weather. Ko actual doings to re- late, nor any speculation on coming events, to give an insight into the future. That we are to have a meeting at Randwick in September is however, quite certain ; and, as the time is drawing nigh, we may reasonably expect a slight turn for the better. The Programme again appears in our columns to-day. <:¿. The Jockey Club held a general meeting at Tattersall^ on Thursday afternoon, but in conse- quence of the heavy rain, the attendance wai not so numerous as could hare been desired, consider- ing the' importance of the business to be trans- acted. Tie Rules of the Club, which had been revised by the committee, were submitted for ap- proval. As far as we can gather the alteration!) mad« by the committee were adopted almost en- tirely, and we suppose that, in a few days, the public will have an opportunity of forming their own opinions of the code as it now stands. The...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 27 July 1861

À. JILTED JjOTBn'a Sioar.-Fivo years rolfed'away,' '' and on a stormy night I,arrived at Detroit'. Fooling very - much fatigudd, I asked to bo Bhown at once to my room in'the hotel. Hardly had I boori lott alono whonsomo',, ono knocked on tho door'nest to mino. "Who'B thoro?" said a woman's voice. "Father," was tho roply,-"Mrs. Jenkins is below, and wishes to seo you. ' I told her that you wore not very well and hod retired ; but sho will hove nö denial" " Thon she must como up hero, Po ; wo can never dress again and . and go doun to hor." "Let mo -,, seo, what vns Mrs. Jonkins'- mnideu iiaruo? " asked ono of tho voices in tho next roora, when tho father had with- drawn. Hitherto I had been sitting in contemplativo' mood beforo my fire, hearing been uso I could not help it,?? 1 tho partition being BO very thiu. " Why, sho was Clara ilnnson ¡ don't you know ? sho was our echool-mato in Boston year3 ngo." You may judgo that thoro was a . very sudden nnd violent altornlion in my state ...

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