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AUSWERS TO C0RRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 7 September 1861

AUSWEKS. TO C0ERE3PONDENTS. ?» REMITTANCES RECEIVED from li. R., Quart Pot Creek ¡ S C., WarlaWlaj J. A.. Wert Maitland: J. D" Frater's Crock¡ F. F.. Rcone; E. M., Far-autts: E. P.. Mundarlo. _«-v , 3. VI., BOOMER'S HOTEL, MELBOURNE.-We dontokwW. tue PraÍMuut*»'prêtent «dure». ."*:9K¡jr FiSTlANA.-Tom Sayertl>_t Bub Brettle,*£«0 to £5001tfBtj> tembcr. 1B5B. Hi, ' -i' . ' îlW|r' j 2nd.-Odd> have never been laid In the butti« money for th« J Champion's Belt, ri «: ??} - J î i V J. M. 8., MUSCLE BROOK.-It ts nonnecessity that îmjlilic money nc added. T-Iïlt were, the>:lnner or, tbe:EngHsh Derby4 or Leger would be a walden. isS ,'j;i~ii' A G., NARRABRI.-The p»rtjf holding the Knave and three other hearts scores a Hush of Ave and one for lils nob, should a heart he turned up. MR RODNEY, MARTHAOAI.-Remittances received and paper regularly forwarded. .... F. J. K" BATHURST TELEGRAM.-Wc can't and the Adver 3S» tl»-nen t._

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 7 September 1861

GENTLEMEN favouring us with orders1 for'-this Journal will bo pleased to cncloso tho necessary advance for six months subscription, rir 18s, or a £1 note whioh.will oovcr.thrao quarters of the year.' ~ -; NO T I C E.^Wo We íppohited Mr GEÓKGÉ COHEN; Storekeeper, Gunnedah, our Agent in that town and district ;. and from this ' date ho will re- ceive orders for subscriptions and advertisements, IIÍB re- ceipt being s sufficient acknowledgment for moneys received on nocount of BistiL'a LIFE IK SrDXET. Ï1CKEBING & NICHOLS. September 7th, 1861. , .

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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ROYAL LYCEUM. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 7 September 1861

BOYAL LYCEUM. 'Dio " baize" at. this establishment continuos to riso before oxcellent audiences, imd success seems to stitnu loto tho management in their exertions to maintain tho popularity they have so meritoriously -achieved. "The Willow Copse," "Love's Potiers," "Tho Sea," "Mar- guerite ,of nargundy," "Siiteen-string .Tuck," and "Ben Bolt;" ,with tho farces of " Boonoy's Blunders" and "The Irish Tutor," havo been successively produced turing tho week in a style worthy of nny metropolitan theatre ; and for this ovoning are announced the dramas of "Bon tho Boatswain," mid " Marguerite of Bur- gundy," which cannot fail to provo nn' immense draw. Wo perceive that tho Grand Spectaclo of "Azracl! or Tho Prodigal Son" is - ia active rehearsal for carly representation. -

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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THE RING FIGHTS TO CO[?]E. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 7 September 1861

Sept. ir.-The Victorian Splderiahd Jainèi Kelly. C ito.' : fe» ", Cluulcy Jlroctjand »Ned£Wlitte,i A':ÍU|). ¿CaTtlenialn»

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

èafoçst'bf^js'doairèJtb *" mê»t^Si^^ieNuHy''fiSr£'BO'oT £100, nt catch weights. If this he covered, tho necessary arrangements can be completed this evenin» at Jos. Brown's, York-Btrect, between tho hours of 7 and 10,

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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LATEST BETTING IN MELBOURNE. VICTORIAN TURF SUBSCRIPTION ROOM. (From Bell's Life in Victoria, August 31.) [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 7 September 1861

LATEST BETTING IN MELBOURNE. ;yiCTOBTAN TTJEF SUBSCKÍPXION "BOOM.. .-. (From Bells Life in Victoria, Angmt 2H.J - Tho Two Thousand Guineas wns tho dish of tho even- ing, and for this raoo several horses wero freely baekod; Englc's Plumo lenving off close on tho hecla of Flying ltuck, inasmuch as an even century was laid bo twoon them, whilst tho diflcronco in thoir prico " right out" was notrory great. Camden was in good demand nt 100 to 8, which price was also laid ngst Falcon, .Mos- cow, ond Stormy Petrel. Mormon and Bussard would hare boen backed freely at 100 to 10, but-their quotation was 100 to 13, with no takers. Eagle Bu wk had 0 to 50 put on htm; ami loo to IO waa oflercdogst Serundun. In double events thero was ploDty done, Arclu»r and Dispatch being tho chosen ones,' in most cases, for tho Cup. For this race Moscow " slued in his castor," tho first part of tho commission having been executed at 100 to 3, whilst later in tho cvoning was 100 to 4 waa token about lum. Bcd Bo...

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 — 7 September 1861

iL POSES !-An Irishman meeting a countryman, in quried his name. " Walsh," »aid tho man. " Walsh," rospondod Paddy. "Aro yo from Dublin? I know two old maids thereof that natue j waa cither of 'em your mother P" '_ To PsnBONB AnoTjr TO SEPARATE FOB THBIH LITM -Why is Sir Cresswell OrosBwell like n railway" accident? Bacauso he Tory often snaps the coupling chaim, and separates the «leapers. .

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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AQUATICS. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 7 September 1861

AaUATICS. CnAMTiotr SCULLEK'S KACK, K. »3 KEEN V¡ MoCtnATir, £75to£GO.-Last night tho atukera for this affair -wore I made nood nt TnttcraoH'a. The nsnal monas will bo j ptOTidcd to eoarny »i>ectators to tho soene 6f action. 1

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MAY HEARTS BE THUMPS FOR EVER [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 7 September 1861

MAY HEARTS BE THUMPS FOR EVEE The Diamond is tho typo of wealth j ,.. The Spado of lands abounding ¡ . Tho Oluo of power, and greatness speaks, With rnn> and rule surrounding t Tho Heart it breathes of boBom'd joys, . ' i' O'er all the rest outvioing, It is the beacon, light pf homo, .: .:.;.,'> On; love's bright ray relying., _ -, .? i ' i As . iii cooli game of chance or skill, Trump hearts aro slighted nover ; '.' . So in the earnest gamo of life, May Hearts bo TrumpB forever. Put not thy faith in dazzling gems, - ¡ Thov'ro oft but tinsol gleaming t And if thou seokest power or wealth, .Thou'lt lind thom empty dreaming. They'll neither yield thy conscience peace, Or make thy breast the lighter ; Jjiko Roms they never shino in shade, When true hearts beam tho brighter.^ Thon as in games of chanco or skill, Tho Heart's ill-omen'd novor ; . So in the earnest gnmo of lifo, May Hearts bo Trumps for «vcr. . ,

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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PIGEON SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 7 September 1861

PIGEON SHOOTING." . With refercmco to a remark wo mndo last week on the. subject of-'a match botweon town antUcountry, a sugges- tion lins beau rnnde to UH, .with which wo entirely', agree. It ii?/ simply,1 that the shooting should bp de.lii.yod for a short, timo,' (any n month) os it will bo impossible to get together the country team, with their birds, nt an earlier dato. Adopting tho viows of n, goiitlcinim who will be a vahinblo member of oneof tho sides, wp Twould¡ proposo tho following, .os tho conditions of tho tourney :-"' ' ' Not lessi than eight {runs aside; , ' , ;" , ^ Not liws than limo birds onoh ; ' ? i «> ' Each side to find birds forthe other. '. ', \fy Wo know that tho town shooters uro both, ready and' willing ; but they think (and very justly) that "tho chal- lenge should not emanate from them.;/¿Wtr hope",tho " Provincials" will " lot us heur from them," so that pro liminarius may be nrranged. ' A match, such as we have giren tho outline of, would test tho qu...

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HEAVY DAMAGES FOR A RAILWAY ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 7 September 1861

HEAVY DAMAGES POE A RAILWAY ACCIDENT. ' lu tho Court of,Queen's Bench on Saturday, an action " Pym v. the Great Northolm Battwoj- Company,'" OCOU pica Lord Chief Justice Cookburn till a late hour. Tho plaintiff in thiB action is tho wife of Mr Franois Leslie Pym, a gentleman .who possessed considerable lauded property in Bedfordshire aud Hertfordshire, but "who, at tho time of his death, in April I860, was residing with his family at Brighton. On tho 23rd of April, I860, Mr Pym was a passenger by the Manchester expross train to Hitchin, and was killed by. an accident which occurred on that journey, ! at the Hatfield station, and the prosont'nction.wos.brpught by his widow against tho Great,Northorn Kaihvay 'Company, to recover damages for tho loss'which she and her nine children had sus* fained by his death, which, it was alleged, was caused by tho unsafo and improper-condition;,of tho 'railway., ".lt appeared that at the Hatfield station thero . was what is termed a "through-orossi...

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MURDER OF A SEA CAPTAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 7 September 1861

MURDER OF A SEA CAPTAIN. The following caso came before the United States circuit court, New York, on June 3rd ;-Samuel Collins, John .Diuileavy and -- heatherston, convicted of the murder of Captain George W. Pyke, of tho ship- Oéncral Park- hill, were brought up tor sentence. Tho judge said: The erimo of which you havo been convicted was com- mitted on board tho merchant ship, General Parkhill. She was bound from thu port of Liverpool, England, to the port of Charlestown, South-Carolina. Tho crow, elo von in number, of which you wcro a part, woro shipped at Liverpool. The vessel sailed from that port at about elovcn o'clock in tho foronoon of tho 25th of February last;'und before 10 o'clock that ovening, and when she had but readied somo 20 miles from it, you had killed tho master, Captain Pyke, by stabbing him to tho heart, und left the ilrst mato, Campbell, from stabs inflicted with knives upon his body, and blows upon his head and arms with a handspike, insensible, and from whi...

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

XJATEBT PBOJt IJAMDETII.-" What's the row about tho Galway job ?" aslcod a young M.P. of tho humorous and honorablo mombor for Lambeth' " Oh !" replied the Wiscount, " tho solióme was a doad fniluro t hut by getting government aid tho directors hoped to Galway niso it into somo vitality."-Punch. A. little follow ono dny nonplussed his mother by malt- ing tho following inquiry :-Mothor, if a man ia ft mister, ain't a woman a mietcry ?'

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SYDNEY MARKETS, FRIDAY. W[?] [?] [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 7 September 1861

???>?> -; .? ,«, tv., I.ÍQ .-..i. .-VJ.» * J SVOWEV FBIBa>V. wiimmi/.: TIUCR* . ., :> r ,";..,' , 'Wn|iA.T,.'>< r<i to.7« CM i»tr MWtiei ¿iii>w,' .$18 tfv £lf» lo» ji»r ton ; -, nisJxe, "» O l t' BtKiMtübMtey,*lt* "«*>ttit ilovf'?«uf* .W-to "per luuliel i onion h«r, i<nnaodr XS jlO-i-t.i .'íff'ipdr.toiiTi'uiiJirekWil-'itTí Vtt ¡ Iiiceniv'lmy, f6 JJ. io*7¡l>«r i«n¡ l.iiit»r.,)< XI.)il 1- »li «hem«.; (VI tu OJ ; bacon. 0<l: e'«,« 1» Al Ii".'/» 0.1 Ber'duVn ¡ f.wli. 2« 0.1; ti34 6d per coupla i pol«'"», £ö £010< ;"mt ptü 41 peh pnnnrt'i'bVpf,' 40«; mutton* 9*1 tier CATII Ulli«*, a# tu I7*t td'ucco, ".??Jd *" > *"U |iéi ib',' o»«t quality -, tiKcrns »eat, typer Ul, remit, .i<j.pí"*"i>- l.jl j*t «ti»vcr; dluo ditto) while lïntch.'Ai'Od pfl'U' l »'tml..m,awl tiiln-1 Kru'.íta., '¿t öd per ib, mraliam arccliftriiuni, <M per ib;'iced u*t4,6 * 0.1 tod« Oil. poi bush«!; feed o»...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 7 September 1861

R° Y A I* VI O T ORI A ' THIS A T. R E ; ii Y S T TJ R* S . a E A,N,Pri ;.." ; ?? ? ITALIAN AND ENGLISH |. O P E ii A :'C o: ur p AYI i,,..,..... Conductor...:...,....-.'.-A.'Reiu",Junr; . i . > «? t - J CARD. Tho director «\ returning thanks for tjiq pair onnge the. Opera has received in Syduoy, bogs to mforni tho public that ncxMvoek-will bo wost positively tho last, as tho season will commonco in-Melbourne on Monday, tho 23rd instant. Tho Director takes great pleasure in announcing, Hint Miss Roselie Durand, -who has boen auflenng from dines* ever since her arrival ur Australia, is now quite, recovered^ and. will multo her first appearance on Tuesday Evening.hi Auber's beautiful Opera of ERA DIAYOLO. Tho following. Will bo tho programme for tho rest of thc season ^Monday, IO T'RO VA'i'ORE ; il L'uesdnv, JP.hVA DIAVOLOV« Wednosdnv, LUCltEZÍA'. BORG-IA; Thursday, MARTHA¡? 'Eridoy,. P1U. .'.DIAVOLO j Saturday,!MARTHA. .''?'.?: \ " ?" " . . ,. J..,. - v SATURDAY'"EVENING, 'SEPTEMB...

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

THE TURF "Within a few days of the Spring Meeting we might hope for a little activity, but it has not yet; become apparent.' Horses have been arriving in' the neighbourhood, and the fine weather has en- abled them to get on well with their work ; so that the condition,in most stables is very satisfactory. The entries given below will, in some cases, be found'numerically good, though a lack,of'good horses is apparent, from the small number that fly at the highest game. As usual, vye must] of course give our idea as to probable results, though so many nags i are , unknown to us, that in several races we seem to find the task a difficult one. ' : The Trial Stakes has ari entry of six, of which' " Flying Doe " and " Transit " are hot to he sold, and therfore carry a penalty of seven pounds; which, in the casé of the little mare, will go near to upsetting her chance. She likes the distance however, and, were it not for the extra weight, she would be our fancy; but as it is we must give a...

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[?]RANDWICK SPRING MEETING. —ENTRIES. FIRST DAY. TRIAL STAKES. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 7 September 1861

-EA3ÎDWICK SPBINO MEETING.-ÉNTEIES. . FIRST .DAY.. TRIAI. STAKES. Crinoline, S yean - ' Planet, aged Transit, 4 years, not to be aold . Maroon, ditto Flying Doe, 5 yrs,, not to be «old Young Veno, 4 yean AUSTRALIAN PLAXX. ¿, Tartar, 6 yean Sheet Anchor, aged bhurarock, aged ? BQ,TTATTEI!S' PURSE. Eugenie, 5 year« Fenelia, 5 yea Tartar, G year« Bnlp, aged Lucretia, 4 year« Mag-on-thc-Wing, 4 year» Alderman, S yean ? ? Cornstalk, aged Erln-Go-Brogh. S year« Maroon, aged Jenny Lind, S yean Rifleman, S yean Irish Kate, aged' Marquis, 4 years ? Eucnlypui, 5 years Warrior, 5 ye.r* noss HANDICAP. Veno, Dst 71b (drawn) Shamrock, Dst Sib Tartar, Hst 121b Sheet Anchor, But 101b , Stranger, 8«t Sib Peter 'Possum, «st 81b Euiienie,.8at61b. Koh-i-noor, Hst 61b Swindler, Hst 21b * Jesslna, Sst 21b Transit, Sst ' ?* . Lilla, 7at 111b ' New Obum, 7st 71b ; ? Fenelia,' 7st Sib Wag-on-thc-Wing, 7«t 21b .. . Easy John, 7st " Kyogle, Oit SECOND DAT. TALLYHO. ! Prince, G years ? Cornstalk, aged ? Allis ...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 7 September 1861

.-'"-.' ?'."I .. : ¡ ty < ,\ < i. -. itoisivrrf^ .¿iones*-W>. flro.'glnd(.to perceive tim during the recess ,sovornl impoi'taíit> nltóralióiis and im nwremeiits huvo boen jinado in the. interior of tho .Legis (divo AssemblVj.not, uiiforliumtoly, amongst t its-: honor ,blo members, but tn matters connected Vf ¡liv ;thcir por iou»! comfort and cohvenieneo, and to suit their reflnci tai elegant tastes. During tho last session it was founi (jut tho " disagreeable and noxious effluvium" caused h; the gas was wholly opposed to tho. dignity of senatoria "sneezers," and. oíuy . productivo of most .distressnu symptom* of nausea, aggravatod.no doubt by an invctor ste habit of "grànagt," indulged iu by certain honoralil gentlemon on erich and every subject brought before th lions*. To rcmody this nasal nuisance, otlior lights hav peen substituted.^ ; JCcroseno illnmincs the walu, ant « bathes in mellow. lights" tho gallories.of the Press «nt the public. In addition;...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 7 September 1861

RANDWICK SEPTEMBER MEETING-. "T'P como of TntrnsDAr, IFBTDAT, and SATCKDAT, the Á 12th, 13th, »nd 14th SEPTEMBER. .Stets DAT. «ïnt Kace.-The TBIAI. STASES of 3 sors oach, -with £50 . added ,. weight for age j "once round j tho winner to bo said by auction ? after, the raca for £75, any surplus realized by the Bale of thu animal above that sum to gb tb the nico fund ¡ if entered .not -to ba sold, to oarry -fibTeitria. Entrance £210s. Second ßaeo.-Hie AT/S-DEAIÍAJT PEATE of 120SOTS, with a stveep of 5 sovs added, for all horses, weight for aga ; (nico round ; the second horso to receive tho Bweop stakes. Entrance 6 sovs. Hird Baco.-The DEBBF STARKS of 5 sovs each, with 10O sovs added j for throe year old colts 8st lOlbs, and fillies 8st. 51bs ; the second horse to receire twenty-fivo ton ; one milo and a half. Entrance 5 soys. N.B. So allowance to geldings. ... Toadix Rapo.-Tho SQUATTERS' PITBSB of 2 sovs each, willi 50 govs added, for all horses that have nevor won a prize exceeding ...

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BELL'S LIFE IN SYDNEY. STONEY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 7 September 1861

BELL'S LIFE IM SYDNEY. STONEY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1861. ON Tuesday .Parliament reassembled with the usual formalities, and ive have thus opened the .second chapter of the. fourth volume bf our Par- liamentary .History since the inauguration of that very doubtful political-".blessing-Responsible Government. Judging from'the opening passages, the work promises to maintain .that; peculiar' elia; Tacter for vigour," "el egan ce of style, purity of djcr tion, and profound political -knowledge by-:.which ' it has hitherto, been distinguished. JOf the " speech" from'the Vice-Regal throne/ we will merely remark that it is simply a photograph of ils predecessors ; a very . incoherent,1 and inele- gant confusion of "words, signifying nothing." True, it makes, allusion to BOMB of the leading topics of the day ; ' but in ternis so beautifully in- definite, that, like answers of ancient «racles, every- one is at liberty1 to construe their meaning'ac- cording to his own taste. Of the sixteen para- grap...

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