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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 3 August 1861

Brintod and Published by GEOBOS Fammns . PIOKEHINO and On ABMS HAirrxToir NICHOLS, at tba .Beti J Life in Sydney ' Printing Office, 226, Castlereagh-stroot, Sydnoy, Now South Wales, Saturday, August 3,1861. .

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
STANDARD WEIGHTS. HALF A MILE. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 3 August 1861

STANDARD "WEIGHTS. KAU? A MIKE. Aug. Sep. Oct. Nov. 1JCQ. sro. st lb it lb st lb st lb st lb . 3 7 5 7 S7 S IS 03 . 7 IO 7 10 7 IO 7 12 B l . S 12 S 13 8 12 8 12 8 12 . 0 0 00 00 8 13 8 18 ged . 0282 8. 201 Bl OH SIX rUltLOKtiS.. ' " * -rrr TWO MILES. .8 12 O' 7 0 13 I STANDARD WEIGHTS. _HAEl' A MUK. ge. |J»n.H'tb.\iinr|Apl.,M»yJue.|ji' »tll>|stlbitlb ö 12 0 13 8 fl 8 7 3 7¡ 8 12 E 8 12 a 8 u|] 3VY.C., Oil SlXTUllLONUS. 8 13 S 12 »j» Ii HIS 7 12 a 8 12 * I ri 111 18 If ! 3 12 i TWO MILES. 17 12 ! S li STANDARD WEIGHTS. TUBES STU ES. Age. it lb st lt) st lb st lb nib it lb it lt st lb st lb ts 7 s 7 12 9 12 8 12|3 7 9 7 3 6 IS 9 12 9 ll ¥ ¥ 12 S 12 8 1 .C7 9 lita 12 FOUR MILES. IO io clio fi 812 S 32 8 12 S 12 8 129,13 ula 13 7 517 6 7 S " :3 128 12 9 6 9 G 9 0 » 119.11 Marca tó Tic allowed 61bs from August to Decomber lit ; alb« from December lat to February lat; and 2lbs from Eobruary . ?1st tb'August let. Geldings allowod 81bs . ,v. " throughout tho year, WELTER ?WEIGHTS. . ?."...

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 — 3 August 1861

, A TALB OP Honiton.-A Tongkang arrived in hnrhour' from Calantanon tho evening, of tho 20th May. Tho tin- dal reports that, wliilo nt Calantaii, a short timo boforof : his doparturcj tho Malays assomblod nt a cock-fight. : Two > birds owned, ono by tho son of tho Rajah Tush, and tho other by tho son bf tho Rajah 31tula, were engaged in a, combat, when a disputo nroso betweon their ownors-.. who drew their krisses on ench other-when tho son of tho Rajah Tunh was wounded in tho wrist. Tho adhoronts of tho wounded party seized tho offender, and carried him boforo tho Rajah Tunh, who' thereupon ordorcdan . arreiit of nearly all tho men in tho Campong of the Rajah Muda. Forty or fifty wero forthwith bound, dragged to. tho sea bench, stretched upon benches, and flnyed into1 ' pieces. The details of tho story nro sickening in tho ex- tremo, and almost incredible. Wo givo t ho statement for what it is worth, without pretending to vouch for its no- .. gurney.-Slraiti (Singapore) Times. ,...

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 — 3 August 1861

AXSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. REMITTANCES RECEIVED Iront B. R., Mittagong; Mr, M. for W. D., Maitland; T. W., Cowra; G. R., Carcoar; A: G. M'K., Rockedgeal; J. W. A., BathUMt; > J, M., Armidale) J. W. de B" Rockhampton ; W. C., Berrima. T. O'C-We cannot make out your manuscript, and wa hara not time to transcriba tt. ; f TA.UL PRY-Weare not a odored party. . '- " W. R.-Your Jockey ia bound to weigh in tho tame weight he waa weighed our. BAOP.-We have not time to ascertain the date. J, B., BILLBONO.-" Il abona" was by Äther, bred by David Johnatono, Esq., of (ieorite'a Hill, won the ChamiiSK>)e Stakes, .of Ave aova, for all wnldnns. Juno 2nd 1352 ; rlddea by Mr Jardine. Our files make no mention of over weight. J/W.A.. WARWICK-Iloih bets aro o!T. J, A. and E. 8 -Th» backer of Fnraicr win«. Hoing to the Hutting*, and buln* propnaed and seconded ls undoubtedly a start.

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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THE RING. FIGHTS TO COME. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 3 August 1861

THE BING. FIGHTS TO COME. August 13.-Bourke v. Waterhouse, ? JCS>0O. Scpt. 17.-Cherie/ Brock und Med White, £200. Castlemaine district. Young Kully lina called upon us, and advertises hin willingness to fight Charley llorrogan. "Wo supnoso tho mutch, will be wade ; and, il' it w, a. merry- mÜJ will be the result. , PcaiMBTlO.-Referring; to a paragraph under the abovo heading, published ni our lost, stating that n pmo fight, for £100 a-aicle, was arranged between Mr. John Al-ll, a well known squatter, and Mr. Jonathan Roon, wo have to state that we were tho victims of nn impudent hoax in tho matter, and tbut there it no truth whatever in tho report. Wo regret tho trick which has been played off upon tts, as tho paragraph has ca used some auuoyanco to tho parties men- tioned"5 Tho conduct of three or four différent individuals who were tho mean s of furnishing thia spurious intelli- gence to us, cannot bo too severely deprecated.-Border Post 'July 24. [Tho same pnrngraph was forwar...

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 — 3 August 1861

Bell't Life in Syilneu and Sporting Chronicle Is published »Ter» Saturday morning* Country Subscribers will be recclycd on pay ruent of 8tx Months In Advance, vi*V,' 13»/ The Quarters and aa the 3fst Morell, 30th June, 30th September.'mid Slat Doccmber,'1 respectively, nt which porlorts only can Subscribers resign, va: ' paying up arrears. Parties subscribing In tho middloof a Uninsr will only lie clinrgcil from tho Unto of their commencing. AUY«». tlsemenu munt specify In writing on tl« face uf them the, number or Insertions, or they will bo continued ond charged accordingly i" till countermanded.

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 — 3 August 1861

? MuBDBB ON BOAiiD Surr.-Yostorday morning about oloven o'dock, as a' number of Bennion belonging to tho Murcian us, lying at Botts' Wharf, wore'engaged unload- ing that vossel, ono ol' tho men namod George Kennedy, without; any apparent provocation whatever, ramed a' hand-spike and struck .tho .second mato named Edwin, Brown on the hoad. ThoJ unfortunate man was imme- diately oonvoyod to the Infirmary where ho; expired shortly after two o'clock. Kennedy immediately after tlio assault ran off from on board tho ship, but, having boon pursuod by the other seamen, was brought, back »ad handed óVer' to the polio* authorities.

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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To the Editors of Bell's life in sydney. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 3 August 1861

, To iht Editora of Hell'a life in 'tiudney. I GESTLVHUV.-Allow an old Sub, n small space in your columns, to slate a grievance which offerts every racing mini. Hitherto tho Jockoy Club have conducted nil thc Races of Sydney j and thur have at last begun ta think that nothing ol'tho sort can go on. without them. They (irrogare to themselves a superiority over other people which tliov. do not possess ; and thoy trent " outriders" as if they belonged to altogether another class of beings. To hear tho continual "yabber" about tho cxpon.se of llandwiek and the consequent responsibility of thu Club, ono would fancy that o lbw members of tho right stamp 'would be at a premium ; but this is far from being tho case. Tho object of tho " working member» " appears rather io uo to got tl.u mo**. or>r»-t¡.i,j «ml ,"i>rt..o,,i;.il i.,"n that can be found to consent to le proposed, and thon to wood them by an occasional " black ball ;" aud it ia us ill advised ns it is ill-natured. &...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 3 August 1861

PIOBON SHOOTING.-On Saturday lagt a match came off at Homebush, between Messrs McDougall and; John atono ¡ whon tho former won, killing BOTCH to six. The shooting;waa not'Hrst-rato j bnt' tho birds' teer«, us they always oiré when Mills supplies them. This afternoon another match will be shot off at thor samo place, and os lota of pigeons aro to bo had on the ground, any other shooting eau bc brought off without much trouble.^

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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VICTORIAN TURF SUBSCRIPTION ROOM. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 3 August 1861

VICTORIAN TURF SUBSCRIPTION ROOM. MOÎTDAY.-This being tl\o settling night of tho Pontridge and Campbellfield Steeplechases, there was moro than an «vertigo attendance of .inorabors, wliildt business ;tvas in proportion to tho numbers therein en- gaged. Accounts wero readily settled on tho punt cvonts and in re "races to como" tho curtain roso on Stormy Petrel for tho Cup, for which race that speedy grand- daughter of Mclbourno wns bucked to win several hun- dreds at 100 to 4, tho layor of odds refusing to go on uudor 200 to 9, though 1000 to 40 would hnvo been taken. Mavourneen thon stepped forward and took up ull tho 100's to 6 { whilst 100 to 3 was booked ubout Tho Moor, 100 to i ubout Dispatch, nnd 100 to D against Colonel. For some timo past tho Ottiliens has been but littlu hotted upon, mid on Monday last lhere was more talk than work. A commission to hack " tho Plumo" at 100 to 10 could not bo executed, tholongest offer being 100 to 12 j but his atablo companion, Eaglehawk, wa...

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 — 3 August 1861

T H ET UR F . THK only new thing this week is theappearance of the revisefl Jockey Club Hilles, whick we pre- sent our readers with, this morning, in the form pf a supplement ; wishing our. subscribers to hâve the earliest authentic information ona matter of such importance, and, moreover in a form that will enable every one at once .to furnish them- selves -with, and keep as a reference when ob- tained, the latest authority. As yet we have not beeil able to give the new code that a tendon which would warrant us in hazarding an opinion on the various alterations; but in our next we shall go fully, into the-matter, and hope tb find that much credit is to be given to the members of the A. 3. C. As ¿ur'advertisement stales, the rules can be obtained at our office from this date. The ranks of imported thoroughbreds have received a temporary accession in Peter Flat by Flatcatcher. This horse was brought from Eng- land by Messrs G. & H. Lee, of Canterbury, New Zealand, and landed ...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editors of Bell's Life in Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 3 August 1861

. COREESrÖNDENCE. ; To Ihn Editors of Meir s Life in Sydney. Ql!>*TCEME>-,-In jour issue of Saturday lust, . tb Siiimeao Twins, T moan your cricket reporter nnd corroí pondent liiuergeiioy, huyo spun a long " yarn'.' in« wilt they, in their'wudùiit no doubt, think to bu a satisfaotpr Answer to my queries published in e. previous number'-1 your " Life," respecting tho challenge Cup' presented t the cricketers of i«. S. Wales by a friend of theirs, fe publie competition. Notwitlutanding tho very "ynruy ciiavuetcr of thu produetioiis uUuded to, mid tho i'll cor ct-nlod attempt to mystify tho matter by tho " Twins." confidently appeal to tho cricketers generally whethe a satisfactory explication lins been nfl'orcled to tho quos lions put by ma or not. I think it established, (as £ d iiot accedo to tho modo of unsweriug questions, viz. b asking a number of other questions, ndopted by th " twins") that tho challongo cup as a "trophy" had n right to bo exhibited ot tho Albort dinner ...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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THE HORSES OF THE PAST SEASON. To the Editors of Bell's Life in Sydney. PHCEBE. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 3 August 1861

TUE WORSES Ol' TUE PAST SEASON.) To Ute Editors of SelCa Life in Sydney. I WICEB1Î. Although miking but few appearances, and \ those within a wonk, Phoebe is cortainly entitled to j rank among " tho hams of the season ¡" for, not only did sha win all her engagements, but olio pulled oil' har mew in a manner which guvo bur opponents notthe smallest (banco of upsetting her chiims.Indccd, so good was her perform ituiio, that rho was, in ono week, established nB invin- cible; and it was no longer wondorod at that this daighter of Woodstock had buen tho representativo of her stable in tho first Champion Hace. Her running at Knuilwick, hi tho four races she ran thore, was nearly good onongh to havo won tho second, although sho cut up so badlyiu the ttrrt. Phoebe is a dark chestnut maro, with all sorts of racing qualifications; tho moro prominent of which aro her loins, quarters, and thighs ; and she is one of tho most likely looking nnimnls'I Know anywhero. Sho is by Sir Hercules pntof Wo...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 3 August 1861

HÔTES OP JACK KETCH*.-III 1780, 'Edward Derm's/ tho tlion hangman, so far forgot Iiis high official position" as to bocoiuo ono of tho " No Popory" rioters. At tho) \ Old Bailey Sessions, commencing Juno 28th of that year, ho was found guilty of hoing ' activo in assisting to de- molish the houso of SfrBoggism New Turnstilo, Hoi-, born, and was ordored for oxecution, near tho spot whore; the felony was committed. Tho recorder mado his first' report of, Bixtoon convicted rioters to tho king on July 5th, when nine, including two ?women, woro ordered for ; execution, and seven, including Donnis, wero respited. No doubt tho hangman wns too uscfnl in his' " mystery" to bo made tho subject of it himself ; for his nama docs not occur in the list of tho executed, either in that or the' following year. In 1785, the sherill's of London were BO ' well pleased with Dennis's excellent modo of performing ' business, ; that thoy presented him with n very elegant official robe, Dennis, however, fou...

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DEAN SWIFTS RECIPE FOR COURTSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 3 August 1861

. 'JDEAN SWIFT'S RECIPE FOB. COURTSHIP. Tiro or three dears and two or three sweets, ' Twp or throe balls or two or three treats. Two or throe soronado3"givon us a lure, "-: ?' Two or threo ontliB how much they endure, Twp or three rnessnges sont in ouo day, Two or threo tim03 led out from, tho play, . Two or three tickets for two or three times, Two or three lpvc-lcttors writ all in rhymes ¡ Two or threo mouths keeping strict to theso rules . Can novor fail making a couple of fools, -," 'A PBAOTISIÎTO DENTIST.-"Toù a dentist, Bob : I did hot'knowyoii woro^in'that- trade." ."Tbs,"?.'?aili; Bob,' "I follow no other business but 'setting' teotlF^in"beet; pótateos, bread, and sich like."

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SIR. JOSEPH HAWLEY, BART. (From Bailu's Magazine.) [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 3 August 1861

SIP. JOSEPH HAWLEY, BART. CFrom BjtUu's Magazine.) Among tho tXppor Ton Thousand of Tho Turf, f/ov «occupy a more conspicuous position than Sir Joseph Hawley, who, as tho winner of thrco Dorbys, two ol thom in consecutivo years, and ono Oats, is worthy o; being placed beside those memorable sportsmen whe 'lavo already figured in our pages. Sir Joseph, who is the third of his order, was horn in 1814, nnd entored tho army, in which he served for n .short period as a lieutenant hi tho Lnncora. But quit- ting tho servico ho took to ynlching, and in Tho Mis- chief schooner visited tho Mediterranean and Groeco, finally taking up lus residence in Italy, where ho culti- vated- In's tasto for tho fino arts and thoso branches ol ibo belles lettres in which ho is admitted to bo - BO profi- cient. It -was in that country also his tasto for tho turf was dovclopod - j ond tho sporting world of Floi-once Tiovor entertained an iden, when they saw him running -ft few imported platers with Mr J. M. S...

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 — 3 August 1861

: j ' Department of Publie Works, ' Sydney, 2nd August, 1801. : TENDERS FOR PUBLIC WORKS AND SUPPLIES. : TENDERS aro invited for the following PUBLIC . WORKS AND SUPPLLES. >?????,. y ;- is For fuU particulars seo GoomimeH/.G'aieir'e, a file of which is kept at every Polico Office in the colony.1 - "'.'-"^ No tender will bo taken into consideration, unless' tho uamo of tho work for which it is intended be written on tho cover.! - . , ;. .--...'.'.. ;. . :>f '". Nature of Works and Supplies. " Dates , to' . which Tenders ' can " bo. ;*o ceivod' nt this Office. Erection ;of Additions, Wollon-: -gong Gaol'1 lao'cluok^nopn, on Tuesday, 6th August. Construction of tt Timber Viaduct on .tho Great Southern Railway, between Liverpool and Camp» . belltown -i.......;."...., Supply of. Coal for Railway pur«, poses .........v...-.;. /.', ;\ ,'.;..;..;;?... Constructiouof Pitt-stroot Tram . woy ......¿......^:;..ÍV;Í;" i 12 o'clook, noon, on Tuesday, 13tliAugust Erection 'of'Court ond'-Wnto...

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 — 3 August 1861

POLICE.: PiVEOiOT/B POMCBJECÍÍ.-At tho O. P. O. on WcducB neaday, Mr Bridson, " Licensed Victim" of Pitt-streot, was " pulled" before a brilliant Bench by that indefati- gable and ubiquitous urnamont of tho Blues, Sergeant Tant who charged tho unfortunate defendant, who mookly resigned himself to his fate, and pleaded guilty, with " having allowed two police, constables to remain in bis houso while they should have been on duty." Tlio gallant Sergeant having duly " repoghized tho book- binder," deposed that at tho juvenile hour of threo o'clock on Sunday morning niter saying his matins, hiB heart was filled with anguish, anil his eyes with tears, because " ho missed threo constable» from their bent»." Boing himseir " bent" by such a most remarkably un nsuul oeeurrenco, ho rushed wildly into Pitt-etrcet for consolation, which fortunately lits soon found. On near- ing tho defendant's houso, ho " twigged a glim," and to hil inexpressible joy he heard tho voices of two of.tho truant'Bob...

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RULES OF HORSE RACING IN GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 3 August 1861

BUDES Ol? HORSE BAOINGr IN GENERAL. I. Tho ages of all horses shall dato from tho 1st August previous to tho day of foaling. II. A maiden horse or maro is one that has never won a raöo (matches ox «opted) at the timo of entrance ; but horses haring won any two-year-old stake shall be allowed to run for Maiden Plates, cai': rying a penalty for winning-if once, 81bs oxtra, twico, or moro, Bibs, in addition to any ponaltios incurred aftor entrance. III. Illach jookoy will be roquirod both to walk and oantor his horse past tho Grand Stand oneo at least boforo going up to tho post to start, and each jookoy failing to do so will ba fined a sum not exceed- ing £5. ;IV. Every groom shall havo his horso at the post ready to start witliin ilvo minutes of tho timo appointed; and overy jockey is to be thoro ready to start within the same time, and overy groom and jookoy making default horoin sliull pay a fino not exceed- ing fifo pounds to the raco fund. . V. Whoo tho riders of tho horses broug...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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THE BUBRANGONG AFFRAY INTERCEPTED DESPATCHES TELEGRAMS, AND SPECIAL REPORTS. EDITED BY HUGH K. WALKER. (From the Goulburn Chronicle) [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 3 August 1861

THE BUBRANGONG AFFRAY INTERCEPTED DESPATCHES. TELEGRAMS, ??-???«? AND SPECIAL REPORTS. ÎCDITKD nv Huon K. WALKER. ? (From the Goulburn C'hroniele) I Av not bound to explain to thc public tho peculiar cir- cumstances under which tho following copies of official correspondence in connection with tho affray nt Lambing Flat have como into my possession. Suffice lt to say thnt they are from "a safe"hand," as tho writers of English letters, conturics ago, used to intlmnto to thnir friends when they had good reason to believo that tho benrer of tbotï epistolary budget was ono uot likely to tarry too long by the waysido inns, or lose himself oh thc road in consequence of that visual indistinctness by which deep draughts nt tho " Black Juck," or too greedy gulps of tho stirrup-cup wore invariably followed. Neither do I vouch for their absolute correctness in nil mnttcrs of de- tail. It is not-likely, indeed, thnt I shall bu in a position to vcrifv thom befara tho Assembling of Parliament, no...

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