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PROCLAMATION [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 10 November 1860
By His Excellency SIR WIILIAM TrrbsiAS DESISOS, Iínight Commander of tho Moat. Houorabli) Order -of tho Bath,'Govornor General in and over all Hör.! Majesty's Colonies of Xow South Wales, Tasmania,; ' Tictono, South Australia, mid "Western Austrulin, «nd Captain Oonoral and Govcrnbr-uvCUiof of tito, Territory of Now South Wides and its Dependencies, and V-icè-Admiral of tho same, ¿fcc., &o., &o. . "WDKHEAS by tho Hill passed by tho Goycmor and Legis littivo Council of Now South Wales iii' tho seventeenth year of tho reign of Her Majesty tho Queen, intituled, " An Act to confer a Constitution- on 2Tew Sout7i Wains, ''anti tu grant a Civil List to Her Majesty " and assented to by llor Majesty, under tho authority of tho Act of tho Imperial Parliament, passed in tho Session of tho eighteenth and nineteenth TOOTS of the said reign, intituled, " An Act io enable iîer Majesty io assent to a " Hillas amended of thc Legislature of lïeio South Wales, "to confer a Constitution...
LATEST ENGLISH NEWS.. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 10 November 1860
LATEST ENGLISH NEWS.. From tho English telogram wo oxtract tho foUow mg: &lt; .Tho weather had much improved and tho harvest was no longer in danger. ' ? The Prince of Wales mot with, a vory brilliant ro coption at Toronto, but tho conduct of tho Orangomen at Kingston prevented the Prince from, landing, and has boen tho canse of tnuoh ill-feeling. Tho Quoon, Prineo Consort, and Princess Alioo left for tho Continent on tho 22nd September. Tho Great Eastern lind returned from America, har- ing nindi; a splondid passage, .and was beached on tho Gridiron at Milford Havon. The Lady Elgin steamer had been wrecked on Lako Suporior, mid 300 lives lost. Amoncst tho lost is Mr Herhort Ingram, proprietor of tho Xllttstrateil Lon- don Ifems. A serious accident lind occurred to an excursion train in Lancashire, by which cloven persons had been killed, and a grout number injured. A decision in favour of thc right of the husband to take possession of his wife had been pronounced in tho cas...
THE DOMAIN CRICKET GROUND. (To the Editors of Bell's Life in Sydney). [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 10 November 1860
THE DÖMAIK CKÍCUÍET GROUND.; ' fTo th» Editora'of. &lt;Beil'.i'X,ifbiitSydney.) GENTLEMEN-Now that tho cricket soaipii-is well set » going, it may not bo put of placó to' bratow'a thought upon i tluv ground';" ' more . especially ' as Now South Wolos in td have tho pleasure, this season, of entertain iug th o-Meron of'Victoria. . I: was clad to seo in jour last week's paper, nomo allusion to îrïiat js requisite ; lind as something does'"undoubtedly w'nnt"dóing, I beg you will allow mo to giro ike Ml a dtive. : I am' not nivnrt ot tho exact reason why tho Domain 'ground lias noithor boon fenced in, uor embellished by the/erection of a Puru1 lion';.but as I do'-kuow tluit tho; matter was initiated ioma time ugo, and that, plnna^ for orrery oniaincutal structure wer« urepuivtl, there must liu ii spice ol'obstriic ti oiusi Fomwliorc. It cannot bo that tho '.Iuvenil,lunt willnot allowth«ground toboimproved. Do tlusnsit may, it in high I ¡ino komo stern wen« iahen in t In') matter...
ANSWEES TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 10 November 1860
ANSWEES TO CORRESPONDENTS. R M TTANCES KECE1VF.D from Mrs W, Oak«, Camden i C, il., Victoria! and Iroin Wollongong, llteejsa, anti Parramatta AgvMt. G.Hi., CAMl'ilEI.XTOWN-"Please «adres» all communication« to .'Pickering and Nichols." not privately. MESSRS ll. and R;, BRAIDWOOD;-Ve know nothing of honw unadvertised In our columns. ¡ PUNCH.-We really cannot seethe Joke. CLEAN POTAÏO.-*\Vu'connut maka out the name of the fourth horse. VT, A, H.-To yoar first. We think the bet should bc drawn ; wo don't recommend »letting on a race after lt U ran. > Sec mil.-lieu stand of course about Gaffer Grey. Third.-As you state thu bet, of four agnlnst the field, it ls not oír; , Fourth.-The layer of odd« against Flying Jib wini.
CRICKET MATCHES TO COME. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 10 November 1860
x CRI C X E T-. MATCHES TO 0 0 MB. Thinusy-Warwick v. Albon .,.Domain. Nov, 3.4-DenUon v. University ...&lt;¿&lt;r...Domain.' Nov. 30.-National y. Albcrfc^....j:...DointUn:!, J' j As far ns actual play is concernSod, tho post " week hoi beult somewhat uninteresting, and, word it iiçt for the de- termination of Tho - Alb'ort anet aub or two.othb'r'clubj to keep tho^omq ajiyej cribkofe'liko'Äo'st öthVrniauly.sports 'miglifTgo anywhere. Üolow will be founil an account of what has been dono on tho Domain ground sinco oar last, as also of thu meetings hold during tho wook. \fa hopo to have moro to remark upon every week us tba season progresses. Tho mutch, for this afternoon, between tho Albert club and tim Warwick, wo. anticipate will be n very eloso nf fair ¡ tts tho Alberts, who havo hitherto shown a decidua; superiority, will bo, on this occasion, somewhat shorn o[ thoir fair proportions. Tho excellent bowling of Captain Wnrd will bo wanting, ns well its "tho butting ...
SYDNYE HORSE MARKET, [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 10 November 1860
8-SDÍIEir HORSE MARKST, Mesura Hurt und Co. report a steady 'sale for country lot» ¡ wei' bred harness horses arc scarce, and demand good prices ; during the Meek sales haro been well- attended, and'market rated fully main-, tatned. Tho Shetland ponlca, ex Lochiel, on Monday reallttod £.10 each; the Durham bulla by tho »anio vessel went aa follow*, Jacob DäC». and Mayoralty IIS Ra; Garibaldi, longa; a lot of l l milch cowa from Viuollongong averaged £5 each; a lot of horses from Kinma, went from filH to Ü3J; 2 lots of aaildlo horaca from Mait- land averaged £1.1. Aa uaual inferior stock dull of salo. Mr Charlea Martyn reports, thc horse market baa not shawn nny markedalteration alnce last report; horses thnt have been in the market for some time, and frequently offered, nre unsaleable but the demand for fresh country horaca ia still i;oud, severn! drafts of auch have come to the sales durrat, the week, and in most cases sold vltli oiitnuich. dilQcalty. Korthe. imported horse, Lord o...
SYDNEY MARKETS, FRIDAY. WHOLRSALE PRICES [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 10 November 1860
SYDNEY MARKETS, FBIOA.V. WriEAT, 7« to 8&lt; p«r buihnl : dour, £19 por tnn : maize, !N W to 3a barley, 4»; cape ditto. 4» por'im.'hol) hay,, omen, i.8: luceme ii per mn ; bullor, lcd to IK : cheeto. Ol lo ls; bacon unit himuGd to 8,1 per tb ; Kn «, 0.1 tn ls por doxeil ; fowls, ii Gd c > 3* Gd per couple ; potames, £11 to £15 per lon ; fut pigs 0.1 to Sd per. lb ; lu ef, -tba, intit I ton, SO per cwt t Ula«. 5» to 16 ; tibacco, 1» 2d to ls M u«f lb, nett1 finality. Lucerna soca ls Ol mr Iii, rotuli 2s ¡ perreniilul red dover, ditto ditto; wlilio Durch, ditto ditto; «tallen ami muxol francs. 1» per lb, sorgOum laccliaratuiu, ls por lb j seed oats Cl Od lo SJ Sd per bustiul« ' ' ' . FKUItH ABUSON, CoinmlMloii AKCIIU. HATJIAIIKET Pmcaa-liny, lis 8J to 8s Od: straw, fis OJ tn 8i 04; wheat, 8. «d tc. 0« Cit ; mal». 2s Oil to Sa lod: Lata, 3.0dl., .Ia Sd; turley, Ya U.I m S» 'i l: cowa, H 16a i,-£11 0»; calvés, '¿li to 301 ; bark, ti 17s to £a 10» pat ton t green etuiT, Sd to ...
No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 10 November 1860
THE CITAMI'ION FÉnaisó MATCJI.-Tho : IOTOT« .of pawngoYof (inns will soon havo, un opportunity of fur tiior indidging tlioir tanto for sword play ¡ hs il will bc soon that our worthy old friend Doctor Dtiigan hus dotcr niincd on fetohlnK'l'rofuesor Parker once moro out of his siioll. This mutch is lo bo played with foits. Wo oh our part venturo to" Büggest that it tilka place at tho Vic- toria Thoiitro, and tho proceeds (if nny) be appropriated towards assisting tho Ministry :of' Now South, Wales out of their present flnunoiul difficulties, j: \ COLEMAN'S ENTEIITAIÍIMENT.-Wo have ; prent plea- sure in culling attention to Mr Coleman's ! Monologue entertainment, which takes placo thin evening, nt the Tempérance Hall. Wo behove tho amu>.micnt will well ronny a,vint, und wo should rocouiniond every one to tuko au early look at Mr Coleman. They might want to go ind soc him again..'...j'
PEDESTRIANISM. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 10 November 1860
PEDESTRIANISM. TOTTB Miiika WALKING MATCH.-Thu match between Georgo Mooro, the pedestrian, nnd Harry Sallara, of tho P,R., in which the latter received 250 yards start in four milos, enmo oil" lust Tuesday, on tho Punt road, Rich- mond. Though no very large amount dopondirt on tha result, the stakes being reduced by consent to £5 a sidST yet some five hundred persons congregated ut . tho seem\ of action, attracted by tho novolty of witnessing Harry Sallnrs ns a pedestrian, und by n desiro to soo thc per- formance of Georgo. Moore, probably tho most accom- plished widker in tho colony., Sinco his victory hi tho ten miles mntch, at Ballaarat, in January, 1857, Georgo hos figured ut various pedestrian meetings, but has never been beuten in a walking match. Harry Salhirs was re- ported, as ublo to goliko a locomotive with the steam up, and his friends imagined hu would require u deal of catching. A quarter of a milo, on a ilrst-rato road for tho purposo, being measured, a longer coin-so...
THE LATE VICTORIA J. C. MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 10 November 1860
THE LATE VICTORIA J. C. MEETING. Tho settling of tho lato Jockoy Club mooting took placo at tho Bull nnd Mouth yesterday 5 and, for moro than an hour, tho bookinnkors und. the backers of horses were; busily engaged in squaring thoir accounts. Ono or two j complaints wore mado of tho prevailing tightness in tho. money market, but the settling passed off tolerably well.! Shortly after ton o'clock, tho graver portion of tho busi- ness having been concluded, Bis Worship tho Mayor, chloral the room, and,was accommodated with a seat by; ..Mr W. Kundle, President of tho Jockey Club, who for th- with took tho chair. Mr Handle informed tho meeting that tho Mayor had kindly consented to present tho Cor-; poratiou Cup to the owner of tho winning horso, in the raco for that prize. Tho Mayor, who was' greeted with loud, cheers, said he regretted ono word having been said about; his supposed kindness, ns he could not but think that he und the Corporation wore only doing their duty, iu pro- moting...
(To the Editors of Sell' s Life in Sydney) [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 10 November 1860
CTo the Editors of Sell, s 'Zife in Sydney J Q-ENTr.EMEX,-I seo in a Into'number ol' tho Victorian lielVs Zî/e a notice of tho arrival of " Tho Hermit;" with a flourish of trumpets about his bein» by far "tho best porformod horse" ever landed in -Australia" This rerpiircs correcting, os tito foUorrilig parrallcl columns will show. : : PiTSFoan ' ' " THE IICUMIT ' ' As a 2-yenr old ran second for Won the SOilO guineas. Die Criterion Stakes nt tho Tiunn for the Derby, Newmarket, Houghton, . amt Won the Ascnr.Voie. , walked " over for a 50 sove- Won a Queen'« l'tsü». reign* sweepstake* at'the «anio . .' place. . . . ? . Asa 3-year old, «ron tho 2000. . .?./.?, .,. pulneos at Newmarket April , 1650. Ran iecoxD. to . Voltl-. 1 ' Rcurror the Uerliy. Won tho ' ? Racing. Slake« at Goodwood. ; . . ' . "Won. thc firent Yorkshire. Stakes, 17Î0 sovereigns at York.-.- ' ? i- .?? . : As a 4-year old, mn second for ". tlie Crnvca Stakes. Won tho . , Byrliam Slakes, at Bath, carry- ' ' ' ' : 'In» i...
ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. (To the Editors of Bell's Life in Sydney.) [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 10 November 1860
OEiaiWAIi CORRESPOlïDEN'CE.' (To the Editors of Belts Life in Sydney.) ?'? GESTLEIIE»-Having tho plcasuro of reading the Wagga JVaggà Express of tho 27th inst., anti noticing, tho account given of tho performances of cacli horso dur-j ing tho races, I observe that tho stewards no- doubt'cori-' siclored lt prudent to disqualify the following horses, \ namely Jolies; Borgamot, and Creole; Now, gcntlornen, ¡ I speak'from personal oxperionce. I know tho above j named hacks ; mid, as. any man that knows a horso from . à handsaw must admit, T can only say that they aro second rate hacks. It appears to mo tho race was for nil hacks,! tb carry not less than 10 stone, and to bo approved of by. the stowàrds only (not whom they may appoint) whereas two or throe'of those gontlomen started horses of thoir 'own, therefore I imagino they'wore bound to approve of hacks to start against thom. Commenting uuououo'of those hacks that was disqualified, and by Ute Wagga Wagga gents termed a, race horse, ...
To the Editors of Bell's Zlfe in Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 10 November 1860
.. To the Editors ofEeWs Zlfe in Sydney. ' GRNT¿EMBN,~AS I liayb been rather rouglily, handled ;by tho press-and''it's correspondents^ with, reference tc my ' broadsVórd ' match with Captain Macdonald ¡ .witt you kindly permit mo spncö to attempt,a reply. ". . In tho ilrsf place; about tho accommodation'ntfordctl ¡visitors;' nt tho Temperance BTnll on; the'inighfc of the j match,'Twill bnly'say that I had arranged soats'for ovor .thro'o hundred people moro than paid-'for admission; a fact which is disclosed by the receipts'; "and that,' but for thb rush,'.by !whioh-tho ,door kobpor' was compelled to leave, 'thora~'wT)'uld lió ve boan ampio room for ovoryónc. TlúV lattcT 'casualty" I cóuld'iiot* by possibility ' foreseo. In'order to ennuro proper 'attention being paid lo Indien, I lind particularly requested Mr NbrrioV of Pitt-street ; to be'prbsorit,' and show thom tb their.seats ; büt tho un- expectedly numerous carly arrivals; ,quite precluded tho possibüity'ofrcsorvmg tho front r...
(To the Editors of Bell's Life in Sydney,) [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 10 November 1860
. (To the Editors of Sell't Life in- Sydney,) i G-BNTMîsrEK.-I'hilve n horror of doing; ari injustice; ; but when I nm guUty.of it, I do likotoinoko tho amende. ' 'When'I rend Professor- Parker's explanation; in lost j "BETO," I inny any 'I.'felt spnio'regret, nfc tholotter I ,'had sent you; for I-supposed' from "tho. advertiscment, mo less than, from; you'r.owri remarks,'that the'appàront jwaiit' of arrangement».'' pt" tho- ' Champion'"?'?Du'el,'' wn.ii1, 'caused by 'ari imavoidable'iiCcidpnt:;r I faney'tho crush-, jing i got sónioWliat'w'nrpod'my idéasí ;' irowevor ". ; ' ' I liicñnt P. P.', nb harm you m.iy drpend on't, ' , " ". ' Indeed I'm passing sorry. There's an'cnd Ofi't1 j ' I noticed your ohallbngo. for .'Cii'ptairi Macdonald to; j play'Inspector Black. . Kow. .it strikes this child.ywy ifor'cibly that if 'tho' latter'gcntlenlnri did consider it bo Inoath' his?dignity 'to oiig'ago' in singlo combat ¡'with a Prof essor,.\\o can hardly get put of, tho present fix in tho ;sa...
THE SPIRIT OF THE WEEK [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 10 November 1860
THE SPIRIT OF THE WEEK Buäinoss during tho past wauk lias maintained thc " quiefchnraetor wo noted in'our last, this mayfairlyho attributed to tho extraordinary perplexity of our political affairs. ? Tho proceedings in tho Assembly are marked by ^a perversity, as strango, ns its offects aro injurious to tho gonoral welfare, whiuh soriously demands a speedy solu- tion of tho difficulty. Wo improvement can be hopod for commercially or- otherwise,"- aa long os the uncertainty prevails. . A seaman of tho Kook Citv, named Baldock, died from ?injuries recoived by falling; into tho wafer' whila endea- vouring to go on board in'a statc;6f intoxication/' ' ' '''? ' . John Skchan. a child two ycilrs of ago, was killod be- falling from tho bridge, crossing the cut in'Avgyla etroot. Thu child fell through, nu opening.in the fence caused by tho removal of ono of tho palings. " A gentleman, named Alexander Speer, expired in a fit brought on by over indulgoncoln liquor. ' A Mrs. "Worland residing'...
No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 10 November 1860
' THE HONEYMOON.-A correspondent . thus > shows : up tho . " dour dolights," of tho "honeymoon," in a>series of illustrations, compiled by ono who has been.through, tho misery:-Second day: Speechless ccstacy; '. bliss, im- possible to bo o.-cpressod.: riflh day: Bliss still in the ascendant ¡. appctito begins tolook up." Ninth day : Lady eats her dinner without being kissod between .ovory mouthful.'''- Twelfth'day-P " Ohj' youl unuf-htyj naughty' boy," «ot said quito so frequently. . Fifteenth-' day : Gentleman faiioies a -walk 'solus ; comos homo hud 'dis-: covora his charmer iu. toara. ^ Sixteenth, day ! Gentleman nnd lady having returned'to tho world oi sighs, gentle ohidings, and a promise "novor to go out'iu.futuro,'' lire' invisible nonrly all doy.' .EightoonHi 'day': lady is pro sont cd with a ruagnificont breastpin ; gontlcman consults her about thc details 'of. thoir domestio arrangements. Twnnty-tlrst day : Gentlomnn' and lady " fancy '.a ' little' ohango," and go to...