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EXTRAORDINARY MARRIAGE CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 24 August 1861

EXTRAORDINARY MARRIAGE CASE. A CASE which waa partially heard in the Court of Chan- cery, Dublin, on Monday, is likely to eicito considerable interest, both from the position of tho parties conoerncd, the legal questions involved, and tho facts at issuo betweon tho partios.- Tho late Thomas Chas. Stouurt Corry was, nt tho timo of his death, possessed of nu cBtate compris- ing over 4.1S0 acres ut Kockcorry, in the county of Mon- aghan. Mrs Mary Steuart Corty, othorwiso Brctnull, who claims dowry as his widow, is the petitioner iu this case. ' 'The petitioner avers that sho was duly married to Mr Corry on the 2nd April, 1823. No settlement was executed,' and she maintains that at her husband's death sha was entitled to dower out of his estates, which had been convoyed to Lord Blaney and John Henry Cle- ments, aa the trustees of Lord Cremorne, thon a minor, ; and are now in possession of the latter nobleman. Mrs Corry applied to his lordship for dowry last September, I but ho paid no a...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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SECOND DAY —THURSDAY, JUNE 20. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 24 August 1861

SECOSD DAT-TnoEBDAT, JOSE 20. Thin morning, nt oleren o'clock, tho case was resumed, wirti a very crowded court as 'before, ? Tho proceedings commenced with tho examination of Miss Julia Turner oxaminod hy Mr Hawkins : Is sister of Mrs Compton. Hor father was an artist; ' Her father had four ehudron-herself, her sister (Mrs Comp- ton), and; two others-one of them was a Mrs Hunt:. Mr».-Hunt was the eldost of tho family-»he was mar- ried in 1840. . . , Counsel osksd who Mr. Hunt was ? and The .TÜURO asked what they had to do" with 'that?. Mr HawkiiiH said hu deemed it necessary' ' . , Tho Judge said tho question might.be' put.- , Miss Turner proceeded ; Mr.-Hunt was of üb'profes- sion at all. 'He was u very intimate friend of Mr Comp- ton's. Witness's sister met Mr. Compton" at Mr. Hunt's home.. Mw. Compton's age in 1840 Vvas about fourteen., "Remembers the marriage in 18-13. ' Only know the night .before that she. wa» about to bo married to Mr. Compton. Her parents did not know, of t...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 24 August 1861

Novel FOOT RACE.-A rather singular foot race has taken place on the Market-square, between James Jupp and Thomas Honeysett, senior. Jupp, who is a heavy man, and is is well known has lost a leg, challenged to run Honeysett from tho Carriers' Arms to tho telegraph post, a distance of about, two hundred yards, provided he used only one leg. A fair start having been effected the couple bounded away like a brace of old men kang- aroos, hopping away at a rate which astonished the spectators. Honeysett, being a light weight, proved tho better man, winning by about fifty yards.-" Western Post." NOVEL RACE.-On Thursday Mr Curran raced Mr "Daniel Babbington .100 yards for a small wager ; tho formar carrying a man on his shoulders weighing about 10 st. In Bpite of his load, Mr Curran came m a winnor by a fow yardB.-" Jiorder Post." Ctntious SPOUTSsiANBnii?.-A wnenr took place Iatclv nt Victoria, botwoon Mr Word nndMr Purcoll for £6, Ward'B dog to leap over n rail four foot high, without touch...

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AQUATICS. R. AND H. GREEN AGAINST PUNCH AND McGRATH FOR £50 ASIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 24 August 1861

AQUATICS. R. AND H. GREEN AGAINST PUNCH AND   MCGRATH FOR £50 ASIDE. I. This evont, which wo supposo will bo looked upon a8 a settlement of tho qucestio texala of who aro really tho ,bcst.mon, comes off to-day, over tho usual courso on tho Parramatta River. Tho apparently unsatisfactory results of tho two last races, and tho remarks that followed, have caused betting on tho present match to bo almost a dead lotter. In fact, we Iiavo not heard it mentioned among speculators ¡ but wo hopo, for tho credit of each and all of the mon, (hat nothing will nriso to cause a'doubt to bo thrown upon tho genuineness of tho contest. Last even- ing the stakes wore made good at Tattersalls, and preli- minaries arranged ; and as tho usual steamboat accommo- dation . will bo provided, wo need not toll JinbUués of boating how to go to tho race Wlion tho business of tho evening was over, a disposition to spcculato was eviuccd, Punch,and McGrath taking tho lead. At 6 to 4» the betting comme...

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ORIGINAL POEMS FOR INFANT MINDS. BY LORD MACAULEY'S NEW ZEALAND. I. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 31 August 1861

OBIGINAE, POEMS FOB INFANT MITOS.. Bx IÍOED MACA.VLirsr'B ÎTBW ZsiíMfWsa. . 1 T. ' Chackaboo, chictaboo, chuckabpo, chow, . ' . -f Mark baby over with pretty tattoo ; '-.?.(! Out in the pattom like open work tort} ,: '. Hub in the powder and inako baby Bulart, "J ! . . H. -: .. .?. :,r'! Catch n whito boy, catoh hun by the log, ; ? Kill a white boy, got tho crumbs hud egg { './;/' Fry a littlo-whito boyj db him brown and drj, '.,, . , Put him ou tho tablo .with the missionary pio; .* " ,( 1 7 ' III. ... ; .,;;i;l' ¡ ' ' Tattoo him, tattoo Hm, artÍBtman, j So wo will, fathur, as fast ns wo ean, . ?. v < ¡ : r .: ¡ Prick him andI pat him, nud mark lúm ,withV.<" r¿ ? For tho name of tho Quoon that lives ovcrtluvBca,, . - ? -Iv --- . .IV.. " '' ' J'¡,\ \ ? . "Will my baby gb a courting, j j -Yes, arid so any baby shall-; ¡ .Take Ida .club and bang.tho lady, i ,." ( That's,the way to court the gah j ' ' '" ;"v. k !o fie, naughty Wang-Wang,' don't scratch brother, . ...

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SPRTING CHRONICLE. RACES TO COME. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 31 August 1861

S P C « T l W G; CH R 0 N I C L E. -, i-rr-co-- . i : . /. B A"O B 8 X O COM E. ? Runa wie*-Sprint Sept. Ititi, 18th,-'ind Hrh' nuwarra,.....:.-....-;..-..¿¿.0ct. I61I1,16th,and -17th. 1 Emu Haina.-.................."..December 36th. v ??,-.(- ?-; - Randwick-Hew TeaT'i Day Ratea Jan. 1, Ubi . . ,,.," ' ''.I'. ' ;;>yicróáix . - * :\ ..- - . --¡ 'i-' Joekey1 'Club "Spring; 'Heating' (20M ' . ' Ouineaa itabei)....-.........October 17th, ISih aadlfith. .Turf Club. Spring! Heating (Melbourne-''*' Cup)."......""NoTiulber. -. :i ':> -" 1. JX TlBUAXtk. i r»* ' Champion Baca Meeting, ..:..; ^ -.^December Bro, <Jth, and Jth

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PIGEON SHOOTING. CAMDEN PIGEON MATCH, 22ND AUGUST, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 31 August 1861

*PIGEON SHOOTING. CAMDEN* PIGEON MATOU, 22ND AUGUST, 1SG1. Thia hoing tho day finally appointed »for tito above, a lurga number of persons assembled to soe tho first great afluir of the kind in Camden. The duy although cloudy was' without rain. Slr John Galvin, by whom tho match was got up, de-iorroa groat credit, not only for tho oxccUeut birds lió providod, but also for tho trouble ho was at. As regards all other arrangements Dr Bleeck of Camden, who ina Ju his debut ou this occasion 03 a pigeon, shooter, also dcecrves thanks for tho activo part he took aa to selection of ground (in Thompson's paddock) and the assistance ho gavo in getting tho thing oif creditably. Galvin stated that without Mr Uleock's assistance ho could not have given such general satisfaction. I am au old pigeon shooter, and can compliment my Camden friends upon the manner in which thou* match went off. Arrived at Camdon I found Sydney represented by Dr Muller and McQuado ; Penrith, by Byan and Jami- son ; Pic...

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MY BROTHER'S BILL OF FARE. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 31 August 1861

MY BROTHER'S BILL 05 TARE..li I liare just risen, from the perusal of a book br Mr Simmons, culled the " Curiosities of Animal Food," (the materials of which ho has industriously collected ond authenticated from many sources,) and as a friend of universal min I fool considerably dopreaaod. Even tho untutored sa rogo I have udmittod to be amanando brother. I was not aware, however, at the time, of his peculiarities of diet ; but that does not efface the ad- mission. He is still a member of the great human family, and I am interested in what he oats. I fear, however, it would bo often impossible to cornent our fraternity by tho usual social procosa of dining together. What is a dinner? that is the question. In Siam, tho answer is git-en in tho shape of a dish of dried olophunt. In Groenland raw meat prevails, because it producos in tho consumer more wormth than cooked meat. A' slice of raw blubber, or a chunk of frozen walrus beef, is thero considered, evon by Englishmen, delicious. P...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 31 August 1861

TnK .SpEDKB AND KELIX.- On Thursdoy night the stakeholder received tho fourth deposit of ill) naide, making £35 aside down. Kelly takes a benefit on Tuon* day evening at tho buck of tho Sportsman's Arma, l'ilt streót; and as ho ia a nico quiot lad, and has always behaved "like a man" iii the King, wo hope ho will be extensively patronised. . . . ..

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ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 31 August 1861

ANSWEKS TO COERESPOKDENTS. XLEHITTAKCES RECEIVED inj» L., Tamworth t W, N. Junr. Ward's MUtaVe; J. P., Table Land ¡ W..W"., Hardington, T. T., Canilla : P.D., Oollector; J O., Crown ltldfci j! G.. . Warialda: E ti.. Adelong ¡ T.S. Braidwood¡ U.C.. Juitlong. A. MeQ., Mandourua, and from G rt nun aqd WoUongonit Agenta. B. P. J.-Some time tack w replied toa question aubrultted to m", that nuiiiii. ridden by »Ir Jardina, won thei'banjpainieBtakei at Koinetiuib in 1.152. It io appear« In our report ortho race: but we have since been informed that vre were in error, arising from the entry of both Euclid and Rubens for that event ; the former, ridden by Mr. Jiinilnc, winning;, and the latter heine; drawn. Our reporter of the day evidently mistook one hone for the other. In continuation of thin, we appund a copy of esrtlficate from David Johnstone. Esq,:-fCOPY) "I hareby certify that Rubens ls got by .Ether, and that Mr. Jardine never rode him for the Champagne or a«y other race at Home- bu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 31 August 1861

. :.Y""* ENTIiEMISîT favouring us with orders for' this' AJT Journal will bo pleased to enclose the necessary ' advance for six; months subscription, viz 13a, or a' £1 . note.which will cover threo quarters of tho year.

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A VERY ROMANTIC STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 31 August 1861

A VERY ROlLtVNIIC STOEY. Mio Birmingham lost relates tho following, romark nlilcTstbry :-Oil tho. eastern. Bide of tho Liolioy,'-ahout five miles froTO{J3irniingliarn, .nnd one milo from tho Barnet Green Station on tho Midland lino, is one of thoso gentool and' lonely cottages whoso external appearance ' proclaims the comfortable nffluenco of its inhabitants, itud marks it as a special object for tho depredations of tho Cvil-dispbsodi' ' Tho inmates of this rcsidenco consist ^f two elderly maídos ladies, with two femólo domestics, end this number is never varied except through on occa- sional visit'from tho ladies' brother, whoa sporting in tho neighbourhood. This incident happened on_Wod nosday, the 21th ultimo, and gave occasion for a visit to tho village of King's Korten by ono of tho servants, named Harlow, who is about eightcon. years of ago. 'Through, missing ,tho eight o'clock down train in ; tho evening, she was compelled to wnlk home, and while pursuing her way through tho ...

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SYDNEY MARKETS, FRIDAY. WHOLESALE PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 31 August 1861

SYDNEY. MARKETS, FBIDAY. . WVOLIUALE THICK*. . WUÍÍT, li Gd to 7« Ort per buiheli flour, £16 I Ol to X17 10« per. toi imaiie, 4e Uü ( -Kiigllstí' barley, 6V Od to' 10a"; ' capo do, Ce p' bushel ;,oaten hay, pressed, £8 10i tu £9 per tan i unpressed . i '10»; lucerne hay. £0,13» to £7 p«r ton; Imitar, le ld to ls 3d; ebeei Od to'Od ; bien»; SJ t'cuti" la 6d to 2a Od petdozun; fowls, 2« t t . Se Gd per couple potati>c¡J£a Í0 10« i fstpM 4d par pound'; ber ?IO«; amtlon, S3 par ont; Hide«, 5s Ul 17f;:tabaeeoí le 3d lo I e"6d per I twit quality ¡ luceme «ead, li per lb,',reull, Hi; perennial rod clove ditto .ditto i wliltë', Dutch, 2« ,01 per lb; station'and 'Dil ind «raise; "¿.Od per lb; wirehum irccharcum, (ttl per lb; leed om, Ss Cd io,6« O pel bualiel; feod oats, 6i. ? ' ' *;."'' j .- M-:'!'íif o.!?« Î3 i;»ERniS^.ND 80N, CómrulMlon AsenU. t/.':V 8YDNEY' HORSE1 MARKET.i f :,.>i Meiari, Burt, and, Co .notice niurlik demand for useful, horn throughout the pastVee^;' anything i cad...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 31 August 1861

' "WHAT SHAIIIJ TO ' BEE NEXT.-Yesterday afternoon wo had rather a startling proof of tho buoyant tendency ?of tile horse market, which up to then we fancied waa just now rather flat. :' Seeing a crowd of rubble'in Pitt street, uot far from the comfortable quarters of Richard Driver, Esq.; M.I1.A., we had. tho' curiosity to cross the way and find out the cause. ' We Ibero fotuid Mr An- drew Allen caning lustily upon' his hearers to 'buy a draught horse and harness 5 and really' tho bidding was protty spirited, considering tho style bf " garron" on whiouMr"Qoing-(?one" was wasting his eloquence. From tho number of horao-sulo yards with which Pitt-street abounds, we did not think it would liave beon necessary for ovoa tho very smallest auctioneer fry to degrade tho profession by selling " kriackbrs" in tho street, especially as even -the upper crust Dons have no objection to oller for salo tho equino property ot alona fide dealer every day for a year, without' any' chargo unless a sol...

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THE RING. FIGHTS TO COME. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 31 August 1861

THU RINCr.. FIGHT8 TO COME.. Sopt. 17.-The Victorian Spider und Juiiici Kelly, £100. ; " Charley llrock and Ked White, £200. Castltrraaine district. ,

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ROYAL LYCEUM. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 31 August 1861

KOYAL LYCEUM. . Tho lover« of the drama have enjoyed o sterling novelty this week in the representation of tho thrilling play en- titled " Captain Kyd ; or '1'ho Pirate of theseus ; " to the excellence of which, crowded houses have nightly borne testimony.- .Tko rorer attractions of the Opera appear but little to affect tho attendance at tho Lyceum, and the painstaking management lias achieved a success they un- deniably merit'. This theatre is gradually attoinuig a* higher position .than it has heretofore held in tho esti- mation of the community ; and deservedly so, for the un- wearied catering of the managers is boyond praise. A. night ot tlie Lyceum now alfords a trent, of no common order. . . - j

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THEATRICALS, & c. ROYAL VICTORIA.—OPERA. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 31 August 1861

THE ATE IC ALS, Sse. . ROYAL VICTORIA.-OPEBA. IjirUne" him boen tho grand event of tho weok. For some days post overy ono was on tho gui vive for thin, tho last production of our talented English Composer; and had thc weather been moro furorablo, when it was performed for tho - first time, on Thursday night, thc "{¡puso could not hare held oven ono half of those anxious to hearithis splendid opera. Lurline was most bewitch ing.'àhçl a most lovely Kaiad Queen. Every word she sang was full of melody and modulation ; and had elie not been a great favorite with our Sydney public long before this, her . sweet rendition of Wallace's pretty music would' undoubtedly hare made her so. Among other gems we quoto only a few that appeared to us to transcend all others in beauty. Jn .tlio first act, :."Flow on, ob,' silver Rhimn." the songs "Ye. flowers,".''and " 'When tho night winds;," and also tho finale, " When on yon rock the moonbeams fall." Her " Toko this cup of sparkling wino," hi the se...

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AQUATICS. THE BROTHERS GREEN AGAINST PUNCH AND M'GRATH, FOR £100. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 31 August 1861

AQUATICS.,: THE BROTHERS GREEN AGAINST PUNCH AND M'GRATH , FOR £100 .   ; Tilia pnir-oar race, tho conquering, [one, of a rubber, j came off last Saturday afternoon on tho Parramatta j Uiver; but, from various cause»,-did not croate tho saine I interest, or nttraet BO largo an aesorabhtgo, aa either of its predecessors. Tile weather certainly'was a little against a trip by water; huskies which,not "a - fe w of. the ."regulars" oh such occasions had had their faith, in. the genuine character of these contosts so much shaken, as to ' cause thom to ctay away nuder any' circumstances. Tho hollowness of tho affair of last. Saturday must have convinced tho most sceptical, of tho superiority pf Punch and M'Grnth, as a'pair, over their opuononls; and; ns wo believe they will never meet again, tho question must jiow be set at rest. Of course, erory ono remembers that Tho GrcenB won the first match, and wero beaten in the poeondV each pair pulling both races in tho, same, boat ; ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 31 August 1861

. h ; , ..TItrESEMAK. .., , .j . , ,;. .- ». NBW. ond Important Hiaooyory in "tho.-Scionoo 'of \ Medioinol Patent! Office.Sont of Groat Britain. Diplomo da L'Ecole dp Pharmocio Pharmacien do Paris. Imperial College of Medicine, Vionna. CAUTION.-Tho Patentee, Memborof tho Royal Col logo of Surgoons of England, Graduate of tho Boyal Uni- versity, of Erlangen,can only bo; consulted ; at j his " resi donee, No. 19, Borncrs-streot, Oxford-street,' London, na he no vor, un dor any circumstances, travels either at home or abroad. Ho considers it necessary that ovory. expedi- ent should be adopted to scoure. the Publio against imita- tions of tho Tricsomar. Nono uro gonuino unless the en §ravings of the Seal of tho Patent Office of England, tho cala bf tho Ecolo do Pharmacie de Paris, and the Impe- rial OollcgQ of Vienna, as under, aro affixed upon: each \vrapper and around each case. Imitations of the 'Bama are liable to tho severest penalties the Courts of Law can award. TRIESE MAR Nos. 1...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 31 August 1861

.-M-! S C B If L A N-E 0 U S; ~ -, " YANKEE DOODLE ON ADTEHWSIKO.-If a chap was to fall into a;woll up.to.liis neck, I kinder reckon ile njir^lit. shiver till, ho shook Iiis tooth out without -nnyório "obming to his uid unless,lie sung out ." Ifurdor!".- or something else,, so ,,88, to. alarm his wife and bring her to rescue: Just so,is it in regard of merchandise. A man mar huvo his shop full of goods, but if no one knows it, what docs itbonoilt IdmP He mar hare two or three or a dozen local customers, but to fetch a crowd he must call a crowd, andtbe only wsy to oall 'em is to sound the nows in Hint. otamol triunpot-tile nowspapor. Advertising gooda is just, Uko enortin,'.or takin' a cryin* baby to church..! -If you sloop in ohuroh, and don't snore, how's folks in tho back . Beats or in tho gallery to know you! aro there? , And in regard to tho baby folks would never know you could raise one, if whon nurse takes him to church he didn't begin to let off steam. But when he yells out...

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