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

NEVBTI, since, wehaye known what racing is' do ive remember the near approach - of a meeting being ptoductlvc of so small an amount of interest i>r speculation, as attaches at present to the. " Randwick Spring;" and this, assertion \ will bp credited, when we say that ive have not heard half a dozen bets made on the Free Handicap. What thc cause may bc of this unsatisfactory state of things, we are at a loss to understand; for out of se venteen acceptances something ought surely to be found worth'investing on ; but we expect that the partizans of several nags "will come out strong as soon as Tattersull's gets, into - proper working order next week. Press of matter prevents our going at very great length imo affairs connected with the Band wick Meeting* - We roust however call especial attention to the change of date for closing the en- tries. T Thursday next, thc 5th of September, is now advertised, instead ofthe 3rd, which will give owners á ? couple of days 'more lime to1 try t...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GRAND MATCH AT BILLIARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 31 August 1861

ffBJLND, MATCH AT BILLI&IUDS.1 i A great match, at this noble and eoiontiOo 'gamo was played on Thursday evening, botwoon Mr J. Ä. Bowles (corroctly reported, wo' behove), tho second player'in England-Boborts, of courso, being " A1"-and Mr "W. Dutton; a player of considerable celebrity. Tho play took place in tho magnificent Billiard-room of tho Boyal Opera Colonnade Hotel, on tho occasion of the inaugura ation of the oponing of that room. . Tho attendance was not so numerous as might havo boon oxpeoted ; but it! is to bo feared this may have arisen in some measure from an " error of.omission" of but too provalent a character -viz, tluit.of tho. inatbh not having boon properly and sufficiently ndvortisod. Hovvavor, thoro was tho,match, and there, wore the jlnyers, who " doffed thoir easy robes of pDacb," and grasped their, cues at eight o'clock Bowles giving his opponent 200 points out of tho 1,000 gamo! . There were no. particularly striking foaturos in tho game, although s...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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ANOTHER DIAMOND RING CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 31 August 1861

ANOTHER DIAMOND EETO CASE. ' The case of Harvey v. ' Barngo wnr tried in tho Boil ¡ .Court bn.lTrursday. It was' an'notion for" tho unlawful I conversion of a diamond ring "valued at ¿1,000, the pro-' porty of the plaintiff. Tho defendant pleaded that it was! not tho plaintiffs property. Mr Huddleston, in stating: the case to tho jury, said the plaintiff is a chemist and; druggist,'carrying on husinosB at 23,' Ii'oicóstor Sqviaro,; nnd sought to recover, on tho part of a lady named: Minnio Holmes' and himself, a valuiiblo diamond ring] which Minnie Holmes liad pawned with Messrs Atton-i borough, the pawn ticket of which tho plaintiff had pur- chased of her. Tho question was whether tho ring in I question had been given to Minnio Holmes under tho 'ftUowing'circumstances:-Thedefendant, who was the nbphov of a distinguished nobloinon, was possessod of considerable property, and had cohabited with Minnio Holmes for some yours. It would appear, that in tho early part of this yoar Minnio ...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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EXTRAORDINARY DIVORCE CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 31 August 1861

EXTRAORDINARY DIVORCE CASK Judgment lins boon given in tho Court of Divorc«, in tho case of Wing v. Wing, the judges being Sir O. Cress- well, Mr Justico "Wightman, and ¿fr Justice Williams. " Tho allegations were of tho most revolting character, and wé'sháll hot further allude to them except in BO Car ss tliey bear upon a very important point which had boen raised by the wife, indemurrar te, her husband's pétition. The proceedings nrose out of a suit by tho wife against her husband for a dissolution of marriage, on the ground "of adultery. Thereupon tho husband filed a. cro#s peti- tion, from which it appeared that tho marrisgo had 'taken place between Ann Taylor and Thoinos Wing, thc partios m thé two suits ; that previous to tho celebration of tho marriage, Thomas Wing had had improper inter- course with tho mother of Ann Taylor, and that tho said Ann Taylor was well aware of the fact at tho timo of the marriage '; that, in consequence af such inipropor in- tercourse, the said Th...

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 — 31 August 1861

THE TASMANIAN CHAMPION ItAOK MEETING/, OF 18GI. PATUON-His EseoUcncy Sir IT. E. F. Young. 1 . . orBN TO ut THU AUSIHAXIAN COLONIES. .' ; AT witicrt TO MHB noir, j THE FOtrBTn AUSTRALIAN CHAMPION" RACE, _ , .tait '- ""S? TO take placo on tho Now Town Boco Course, on tho 3rd, 4th, and 5th days of December. J. 1. B. Tabnrt, Esq. W.Kearney, Esq . . W. Doddery, Esq. . John Field, Esq. John Lord, E*q. Thomas Fiold, Esq. |-; f; Jos. Lord,' Esq., . S. Blackwell, Esq. To act with Stewards to bo appointed by each of tho Colonies, .,, .. >/?,:'< ; . Jroo-s-, 1 ' 1 . STAUTE» I-Jamos Lord, Esq. ? Crans OP TUB COUBSBV-J. Eddington, Esq. , ASSISTANT Do.-^-Mr Josh. Wright. THE OJDUVTPION SWEEPSTAKES' DAT. FIRST DAT, DECEMBER, SUD. R" To «tort st Ono o'clock p.m.-Tho'Town PIATE, of 100 | sors ; distance, twico round tho courso ; Town Plato woights. Woights-3 years old, 7st ; 4 years old, Sst | 6lbs; 6 years old, 9st j 6 years old and aged, 9st5lbs. Entronco, 6 sors. ¡ Üb «tart at Two o...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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BELL'S LIFE IN SYDNEY. SYDNEY, August 31, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 31 August 1861

BELL'S LIFE IN SYDNEY. ?SYBNET; Airausr ai, lsei. ? ON Tuesday next Parliamentary hostilities will, v for a short period, be resumed, and we shall once Ä^ymor» be delighted and edified by those brilliant ;'§^ displays"oif eloquence an9 statesmanship by which t- the.proceedings of our Legislature have, of late years, been EO eminently distinguished. The re- assembling of the present Parliament is now re- garded by the people with perfect apathy-from 'its labours they have nothing to expect, and their ' most sincere and anxious hope is that a speedy termination may be put to their sufferings by af- fording a majority ot our excellent representatives an opportunity of once again tasting the pleasures of that dignified obscurity from ; which, in an evil. ..hour for the country, they allowed themselves to » x be enticed. ".. '! "-. ' .Since the last Session circumstances have oc "-eufred that will have the effect bf materially al; ... tering the. position of parties in the House.. The ob...

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EXTRA ORDINARY TRIAL!!! AN ABANDONED SCOUNDREL! (Specially Reported for Bells Life.) SUPREME COURT, TUESDAY, AUGUST 27TH. FLOYD AND WIFE versus TAYLOR. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 31 August 1861

EXTRA ORD. MARY-TRI 4L m . AN ABANDONED SÇOUNDEEL! . , ("Specially Reported'forBelC* UftJ .SUPREME COVÚV, ^ÙR&I)i.\^AÙQbfV ..27ck. This extraordinary case of blander caine on. for trial on Monday and Tuesday last, before hU Honor Mr Justice Wiso and oj ury.of four. - Mr Darvall, Q.O., lind Mr Stephens were counsel .foi*" tho plaintiffs t »nd Mr Martin, Q.C., and Mr Faueott for " tho defendant. The action waa brought for slanders utterod -by tb« defcudant concerning Mrs Floyd," and the declaration ? contained tlireo counts, the first of which ran as follows: "If any man wants u woman, lio has oidy to go down to tho Old Bank (tho residence of tho plaintiffs), ond Mr« lloyd will accommodate him^ -I. boro had connexion with hersoveral times, and . paid' her JC2 or £3.'.V ;ü'ho second was somewhat th nillir, whilst the third'was a slander upon Slr Floyd to tho following effect : *' il re- word-Tho above sum will ho paid to anyone who in- forma tile undersigned of thu whereabouts ...

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

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. PABLlAJtrxTABr MILK . Pvsoa.-Wo, of Now Sooth Wales, arc,: or at least ought to consider ourselves, a very fortunato und happy roco of mortals, enjoying, as wo do, Hie tender solicitude of a "paternal" Government for our comfort and prosperity. A touching proof of olllcial affection has boon -recently giren by our firm " friend," Kauorable Lauds, in a notice dated tho 7th instant, calling for Tenders for " the right of depasturing t wenty cows m tho outer Government Domain. About, such a notice nothing very remarkable appears at first sight; but when we consider tho throe conditions under which the " twenty cows " oro to bo admitted to tho " rights and privileges" of tho Domain Arcadia, wo aro lost in ad- miration at tho.extentto which "patriotic" philanthropy may bs carried. 'The first condition provides tltat the cows "must bo*perfectly quiet, healthy, and sighily," What an amount of prudent precaution docs, this con- dition display. ' They "«nui ho quiet." Non...

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

F'0.:G0T1ÓÉE AVHI .lay the Market Priée on all . >. ^POBTINGEVENTS in.the COLONIES. Par- ties forwarding á remittance, : or reference in Melbourne, may depend upon receiving the-current odds. ; ,' Long odds on tho Two Thousand Omncai, Melbourne Cup, Tiumanian Champion, Race, and Groat Randwick Handicap. , '. .. . , , ; i? .,, . ?. ? ' The following odds on tho Great Randwick Handicap, subject to.market alterations t- . ¿ . ,,. 100 to 10 T. Tlie Don. , 100 to 8 v. Archer. 100 " «10 " Bon Bolt. 100 ;" 8 " Horodian. 100',, 10 ..VraUejrahd. . v 600 " 25 " Any other. ' - Address F. C. Goyder,.Bull aftd Mouth Hotel, Bourke streot, Melbourne. :: ? > '413 YOLDNTEERS' EVENING . AMÚHEMENT.r ALEXANDER MOORE : and CO. have gust un packed some walnut, rosewood, and' mahogany BAGA- TELLE BOARDS, vorious sires, from £2 10s. to .£10 encli ; also, two portable slate bagatelle tables, 18 xi 14, with slate beds, marking bon vdu, Ac., complete.. - Labour Bazaar, 235, 287, 230, 291, 293, Pitt-stre...

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

FOOT HACE roa £100 A-BIDE,-A' correspondent in- forms us that Freeman of Bathurst, and .Webster of Medgee aro matched for £100 a'-aide, of wliich £25 a side is deposited in the hands of Mr Bealey, of Mudgee, and tho remainder is to be made good on tho morning "of tho race, Monday 9th of September. Freeman is in the hands ol' Mr A. Dalton, pedestrian from Windsor, and his friends aro confident that Dalton vail fetch him out to win.-Bathurst Tima.

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EMBEZZLEMENT OF £10,000 BY A CLERK, AND CAPTURE IN SOUTH AFRICA. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 7 September 1861

EMBEZZLEMENT OF £10,000 BY A CLERK, AND CAPTURE IN SOUTH "APEICA. " 7 ' ' Ernest Brawn who tor many year» filled a highly rea- . ponsible position in the employ of Messrs. Bordier, Fabris and Co., merchants, of 30, Throgmortbri-street, -was oh Friday.plnced nt tho bar of GnUdhauY before. Alderman Hale, charged with omhöziling various: sums of money, amounting in the aggregate to about £10,000. The in- formation upon which the warrant for tho apprehension of the prisoner was issued haying been read, tho follow- ing evidence was adduced in support of titree charges in- volving au amount of £1,060, out of a great many that were discovered upon an investigation of the books ofter, the prisoner had absconded. ! . . . :.? ' Mr Julius Bordier said--"I carry on business in part- nership; with,Mr A, Fabris, at SO, Throg'mortbii-stroet, and we have been established about 16 years.. ¡The pri- soner was in our, employ from tho' coñimeñocraont;.-. Ho waa confidential clerk and book-keeper. - It ...

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A PLEA FOR PEIZE-FIGHTINS. (From the Saturday Review.) [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 7 September 1861

A PLEA FOB PEIZE-FIGHTINS. .{From the,Saturday Xevtew.J The cloy of Blondin'Sjfirsf appearance' in the Crystal Pained garden was also, marked by an event from which . wealthy respectability aborts its gaze, although it can- not wholly restrain its curiosity. l?ifty years ago, if the Crystal Palace had existed, noblemen, and gentlemen would havo scated themselves on its garden's grassy elopo, to witness a fight for the belt of champion. At tilia day, tho combatants, and thoir admirers hardly ceenpo tho pursuit of tho police on a swampy islet of thc Medway. Wo certainly do not desire to soe the Crystal .Talnco numbering, prizo fights among its attractions, as ? well as rope-walking and lectures upon botany. Sut . wo cannot help observing that everybody goes to see Blondín, and everybody reads about the battle .between Hurst and Jfoce, whilst the listbnors to improving lec- tures are an infinitely small number. As tho penny papers say of cases in tho Divorce Court, we havo got " all th...

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THE "SETTLING" FOR THE DERBY. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 7 September 1861

THE " SETTLING" FOR THE DEBBY. Although: tho attondonco st tbo Corner on tho Monday after the;Derby is generally much better than that of 'Puesdnv,'tho second i> leoked upon aa tho recognised " settling day," and absentees aro not fairly given up till (hon. But wlint tho room is opened for during two days, no ona appears to thoroughly understand ; some behoving Monday is only for tho purpose of comparing accounts, and rectifying any mistakes that may occur ; while others' have on idea it is only for the purpose of settling small account». Wo confesa to being in total iguornnco of tho .reasons for. making , a two-days' job of it, but have no doubt about the impolicy of the proco, ding, as, year after year, it is our provinco to chruruiile cases- of downright swindling, which would be put a stop to woro, tho Com- mit teo to resolve upon closing the room on luesday, and allowing tho "settling " to bo dono on Monday. Wo use tho word "allowing," becauso, but for the present system, -t...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 7 September 1861

J OBICKET.-Tlicro's a wholesome English nmnok about I tho word which no ono but an Englishman, I think, can I rightly relish. To my notion a cricketer nascitur, nott \ fit. Mon mutt bo British-born to piny thc game and j' t like it. Your Frenchman is too volatile, your Gorman , too phlegmatic for it, and ns for other nnlionB, they f mostly arc too luzy, or else too luxurious. Cricket rcuuircs '.? steadiness as well ns strength and quirknoss, and the f union of tlioso qualities distinguishes tho English. I ro pent, then, none but Englishmen know how to play at i cricket, and only in their oars will tho mention of it ' woken any pleasurable eehocfl.-Oacff a Week,

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'SYDNEY HORSE MARKET. [?] [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 7 September 1861

'SYDNEY DOUSE MAHKET., '. . Messrs L'art and Co. report : As usual at 'Inls season bf thc year a large number of stallions have been exhibiten for sale, and those' of a superior class have found ready purchasers at reasonable prices ; but, as wight have been anticipated, the general, deprecia- tion In theprice of ¿flock has caused breeder« to select with more c iro and at cheaper rales than before. During the week'several lotsof country horses have come to hand, amongst which a batch from the Coolangatta «Iud went from £13 to £24 I Oj; » lot of draught horses and mares. frr,m same dlstrift, (Shoalhaven) varied fi om ¿23. to £ IO ; two lot? from Klam i, saddle and tinnies* horses, £17 to' £H ; nine from Wollongong, to £10 i also - the thoroughbred stallion EcIIpie for Vi guineas, ditto Meteor-'for Q'iguineas; a brown cart stallion for £218; a ditto for £U3) a bay ditto for £I!V and a Kier ditto, £37 10s.' Mr Charles Martyn reporta :. The horse market has beeil more' active this week,...

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THE LATE SLANDER CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 7 September 1861

THE LATE SLANDER CASE. THE verdict of the Jury in the slander: case, Floyd vi-Taylor, récently,;tried' in the Supreme Court, has been received-with general satisfaction by tho community ; affording, as it does, a guarantee that malignant and unfounded aspersions of character, when brought home tb "thè'.ço.wardly perpetrators, of them, will ever' meet with well merited pun- ishment at the hands of an Australian Jury. Judging from the number bf cases that have lately been brought before bur Law* Courts, a stranger might, not unreasonably, infer that slander is,one of those excellent "institutions" on the possession of which, Ministers are continually congratulating the country ; and a perusal of our Parliamentary reports would in np .way'diminish the strength of this belief. It is indeed a. question whether the morbid appetite for detraction which unfortunately appears so prevalent, has not been stimulated by the evil example, set by "certain orators" who, strong in.the plenitude of P...

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SPORTING CHRONICLE. RACES TO COME. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 7 September 1861

S P 0 R TIN G CHRONliCLE. :'. .V, / . 06 B1CE6 TO C O ME._. 'Rundirle* Sprint......................._Bepf. 13th, 18th, »nd Hrh Illawarra._._._._Oct. lath, loin, and lTlh. Coonamble .........-.Oct. 15th, 10th, and 17th. Emu Plaina...-.-..........December SSth. Randwick New Year1! Day naces ....... Jau.l.lBttî. North Richmond...T..................Jan. 22nd, and Mrd. ? VICTORIA. Jockey Club Spring; Meeting (200ft ? Oulneai italiei)...~."."..-...October 17th, 18thand 15th. Turf Club Spring Meeting (Welbourne ? > - Cup)«T.........".."."."..November. ? . TASMANIA. Champion Roe« Meeting ...." .... "....."December 3rd, 4th, and {th

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 7 September 1861

irATM»»»KT THICKS.-Il*.v, «j Od tn 9.1 'CM | ,«lraw 4a D I to .ti 6,t¡, wheat, fi» 6d to 7s ; corn. 4i Vd to 4» »I.I; li:>tloy,'t3< tn Ci«W fou», 0. 61 to7nCü( gréait Huir, lOd li) ls .ld p«r ililzoii hiimlle«:"cow*,'£Ö' li to £10 ia; calv«, Sis to35i : burk,£5 lOi loXO IO» per iou, .

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LATEST BETTING AT TATTERSALL'S., [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 7 September 1861

LAT£sT--BËmNCr AT TATTERS ALL'S., I Since Thursday hight ,.very little has been done. The Melbourne division' hâve'endeavored to "gét. on," without success ; and, of all the horses en- gaged, but one or two hove as yet found ' friends. The disposition to back Stranger and Eugenie for " The Free " is rather increasing. ' The following | are the very latest quotations ot odds, " Peter Possum being the most in demand : PUKE HANDICAT. 3 to 1 on the field, (off) . 5 to 1 agat Stranger, (tb) Evon^on jthe field agat two . L r. ; 100 to 2 agat naming winners of Free Handicap >.' £ and Melbourne Cup , * ^ v \\^¡¡] ï£ ? -100 to 2 agat' haming winnora" "bf oil*the races on the first day. ' ,

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. THE MISTAKES OF OUR VOLUNTEERS. To the Editors of Bell's Life in Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 7 September 1861

ORIGINAL1 CORRESPONDENCE, ''iv THE MISTAKES OF OUIt VOLTJSTBEBS.: To tim Editort oß Belts Life in Sydney. . . Q-ENTOMES',-The mistakes of pur Volunteers'"¿rp ex- citing considerable discussion nt prosentr bot, to my mind," thoy aro chiolly'attributable either '. to ' tho officers, "br' 'tb' sundry misguided friends, who make vain attempts to put a good face upon very bad mistakes. ; For tho volunteor. .movomantno ono entertains a higher respect" than my- self, !nnd thèroforo it is that I feel a largó amount'of An- noyance when I'And the members of airy; corps eildon-; vouring to bring discredit upon it. -.-' .'" ' .Among tho matters towhlc-h': I shall aliado, tlió ünfor nate shooting caso of Saturday last is tho Most important and therefore I take it first. Tho lamentable" occident, and tho reckless : carelessness that caused it,' we're bad enough ¡ but tho misorablo arguments made uso of by your contompoi'aty'.' Tko Herald" to gloss tho affair over, aro o great'deal worse ; being i...

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