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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 7 September 1861
NO MORE SIOK1Y .OR- ILL-CONDITIONED .J HOUSES OR OTHER CATTLE. RAREYS HORSE AND CATTLE IMPROVING . FOOD-is-iinquestio'nnbry the best. * It restores the stamina, rigour, endurance, and iñusolo of ill-con- ditioned or. Apparently worn-out Horses, Cows, Bullocks, [Calves; Sheep, and Bigs. lu n sbort timo it inproves tho appearance of Horses and Cattlo by twenty or thirty percent. ,: . TESTIMONIALS. . ? . i "VVo hove much plcnsuro in -recommending tho uso of ' .Roley's Food for Horses, having given it a fair triol .pu"" sick und healthy Horses, under our own superintendance. ' ; ?'.'"" It 'would bo out of placó to cito all tho cases, but we shall ? ' give two; ..'..i : : ,..' . ;" ? - . ? '? Casu 1.-A very- poor groy colt,' newly taken :frota 'grass.. While administering ltarey's Food ho was'fed on. '' ' lucerne and on mush, of bran daily. ' liv eight dava o ." . murked (h'fforonee in look was perceptible, nnd in throe weeks ho had grown so-plump and'fat;that ono could ' hardly béliovo ...
THEATRICALS, & c. ROYAL YICTORLA. —OPERA. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 7 September 1861
THEATEIC ALS, &o. ROYAIi YIOTOHIA.-OPEKA. "Wo liare nothing now to record ainco our last issue, beyond tho continued unparallelled ? success - of-Lurline ; and if wo "go by,tho. numbera ?^.hich,~night.after\night .during Üio-last'weoV, -hâve crowdod' tho performance, wo., aro ..safo in assorting that this "success' has boon genuine and legitimato. Wo aro. not in this instance speaking of tho intrinsic merit of th'e'Opera, but morely chronicle a Jail accomjili.-?"'Xhoi Sydney audiences hare endorsed W. V. Wallace's, music."pf 'L'nrliiio"'; and wo havo no inclination to cavil" nt 'their fiât." At all events wo willingly admit that it abound» with "very sweet and pleasing melodics, tho source of which it is easy for any on e a little : versed in operatic musio to trace. 'The title of a.,"!Pairy orrlcgendary; Opera,*.' however, would have been bettor adapted for it, than than, that of " Grand Komnntic". Mdm. Lucy Escott by lier exquisite vocalisation and histrionic talent has ob...
No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 7 September 1861
Tills PICTDBÉ'ÎIAIÎIA.-^Tiilo. doing homage to tho quality of tho Alpaca, and thu skill of O'Brien's cook, oh -Wednesday, we(;could not, help-funçying; that in theso .days 'otpicfHre'puJJtn'g, some bf tho connoisseurs might döY'wöll tb take n, poop at .Ibo sporting prints displayed ou tho walU at i^ttorsail'B.,'.-.The. hoBt losea no oppor- tunity of procuring novelties; und. whethor for, quantity or quality his collection ha's-no equal, of the sumo claus, in Australia. ' '.-".', ; -'. "."... -, '.; . A ,Fni.oiiTróii,.HAt?:,CttOTO,B wonTJi.-A.nobbler ising miscreant says lié has tried all rouiid " Tho Globe" and enn't find out tho following " rummy" enigma. " If twolvo "browns hot" "inako one rfor?, how many will make önedosen?''--:+'rii ~ r.. ,. . \- ; ..?. . >. ? A FAST , FKIEKD.--A:; certain galtánt.'Jcnight, of tho Order'of St..Orispin, announces :'trivet boote,"..from tho ! bodies of which tho WM, will , never.; depart. Alas, for !,llw.t*Snobs\of in'erry.'.Sydney,"-lhoy aro-«...
THE SPIRIT OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 7 September 1861
THE SPIEET OP THE WEEK. '; Tho past week has maintained tho reputation for dni-, - ness, which tho times havo now, so long enjoyed.. The 1 dense obscurity in trliich tho aQUirs'fcf. tho country., are ,-r involved continues to deprccinto business inovcry"poB-. siblo Way, and renders transactions of any magnitudo . , impracticable. The Parliament has assembled, but alas ! the "spirit ,of wisdom and moderation," by which its opening " BCOUO" was distinguished, forbids the indulgence of tho slightest' hope of anything being done by our " friends" in Mac quurie-strect towards tho rovivnl of progress and pro«? pority. _ An apprentice nnnied Pivott belonging to tho ship ; Sovereign of the Seas fell from aloft during tho passage, . and was drowned. . :01d-Tom tho bellman expired suddenly at Lambing Flat a few days since. .'?' ' ' A Chinaman has diod in Durand's Alley a victim of " filth, stench, und opium." - ... ., .Messrs S. D. Gordon nnd Edwqrd Puller havo been, nominated to tho Legislat...
THE COMING RACING SEASON. To the Editors of Bell's Life in Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 7 September 1861
THE COMING BOCINO SEASON. . ... To'ihe Editors of BelVf-IAfe in Sydney. . ÖENTM-CEN,-Wo havo arrived within so short a dis- tança of tho Hand wick Spring Mooting, that tho question nat'iirouy nBked.by evory. Booing man in, what sort of a season uro wo going to have ; and the answer vory much, depends upon the point from which each takes his view. Doubtless thcro are reasons for'congratulation,; and in- deed as fur ns I cnn soe theso predominate in a large (lo- greo over their adversarios ; hut some grumblers, of which I fear I nm not the least, must still bo found to express their fears or their ^dissatisfaction. As yet,' but few meetings aro shadowed forth ; so that it ÍB hardly pos- sible, at this roraoto period, to say of what materials thc programmes will be composed, and whether they will como up to the mark or not ¡ but a word may very well be put in, just now, ns to tho ideas by which Stewards, both Metropolitan and Provincial, should bo guided. . l am quite aware that i* can...
MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 7 September 1861
-MI SO ELL A NE OTT S. . - Bovátmo OaBBEtt bp'-'Ci. Wóíító.-ál^corresponabnt of tho Timm gires tho following particulars bf ' tho extra- ordinary career of an aged woman namod'Barncs, who ia now in á state of destitution, and in who'se case'the Rev. Arthur R. Godson, 3, Devonshire-street; Pdrthmd-phieo, West, hos interested himself :-"Sheridan knew her ns a: child and persuaded her father to apprentice her,. at tho age of 14, to Mrs Jordan, who trained lier as Little Pieklo in tho ' Spoilt Child,' and other minor characters. , ; At 16 she married Jolin Simonds, a seaman of the ship Cul- loden, and accompanied him to the West Indies, under Sir lidward Pellew' (Lord Exmouth.) Sho was with her husband, in tho ship Mars, nt'Trafalgar, and assisted in the last offices to Captain Duff, who was killed early in the action-' Her husband himself was killed later in tho doy, leaving her with four sons. In 1808 she married Henry Bevan, a soldier in tho 42nd, and went with tho regiment to tho Pe...
SPORTING CHRONICLE. RACES TO COME. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 14 September 1861
SPORTING "C H U O ¡M I C L E. .--oo It A G 13 S - TO- O O M 33.-! nuwarra.Oe t.'1 St h. IBth, and 17th. Coonamble. .-Oct. 15th, I6tli, und 17th. Emu Plain.........December 2Gtb. Itau.lwlck New Tear's Hay Races ........ Jan 1. 1862. North Richmond..................:..;.Jon. 22nd, »nd Urd. 'VICTORIA..'. ' ' - : Jockey . Club - Spring Meeting (200n> Guinea« stakes).October 17th, Isihand 19th. Turf Club Spring Meeting ( Melbourne ? Cup)........Nevcmbor. . ' '' : ' ' TASMANIA. &lt; .. . ' , . ? Champion Race Meeting ....'...December 3rd, 4th, and 4th
No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 14 September 1861
KELI.T AND : TOS 8rtoinà -The'ao lads put .all, the money down ort Thursday night... Colora cain bo obtained nt tho Bportiiig^liouBOfl. , Those fof tho Spider, at the Sportsman's Arms,' Josh' Hutchinson's, and at tho. Cap- tain Cook,',Redfern;;.Kelly's at;tho lioso and ..Crownj 'Argrlo-Btreot,'and ..Samuel's tho' Golden Fleeae, After tho*itakea wera tnado, good, tho. tinta hñd placo wero muttirUly.ngrced upon, and iheso con bo known nt tlio Jloso mid Crown, tlio Sporbmnn'o ArmB, tho Rioh mond Inn, and .other sporting homes., .Kelly's friends can tnkoVpeep nt him"on Monday night at tho Roso and Cro.tvn;:iAfgylq-Btroet.,, ".'? ~. ?.". .'. JACK UWwr iSD' Bra PnaNKitK.-Since our Inst, a match hrui boen mndo betwoon' them mon j tb ÖgUt, catch weight«, for JE50 riaidu, on the 22nd of,October. £15 asido aro.rth-oiuly down,mid a further deposit of ¿10 asido wül bo made, good neitt; Thursday evening at Jos! Brown's, in York-stroot. ' ?.!'?'. v ;, YOOSÎO. 0r.AhK.-Tin's colobrated runrier'-and...
TASMANIAN CHAMPION RACE. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 14 September 1861
TASMANIAN CHAMPION ÍVACS. . Mr Fuher*« Midnight . , Henderson's Mormon Davin's Flying lluelc - * Watson's The Moor _. . . " .. llolcro ? - Tait's Talleyrand . Jenner's Kyo.le j Field*« Premlicd Land . . ' . :." .?'-..&lt; 'Merriman , :-,.; i r &lt;--->--,Morrison's Eaitoeld - - I ' " Charles XII ?.. ? ? .v: :>. Cul's Livingstone ' .Blackwell's Panic (Imported) * - . ? . '? ? >-: ' ijhlllelah v' . .. Lord's Slr Hercules .¿. . -, Gregion's Plying Do». ..
SYDNEY HORSE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 14 September 1861
SYDNEY ilonSB iStARKET. ' Mr Thomm Dawson reporta: Pat Cattle.-I cannot report any Improvement under,thia head,, The aupoty continues far In excess of demand j primo can' only bo quoted nt from £3 to £i : second, nnd Inferior, nominal. Fat Sheep-Were lt not for the low price, of beef, extreme rates would rule, os prime wethers are.very much, In.. demand. I have told during the week a flock of Mr Harriett's from Maneroo, at Isa, and a Hock of Mr W. Bradley's, Maneroo; ot an average of 1 Ss »Jd per head. These rates may be taken as fair quotation«. Store Sheep-Nothing likely to be ¡done until after «hearlog. , I have several lots of malden .and breeding ewes and store -wethers to dispose of, but buyers' seem disinclined to operate until the iheep are divested of their fleece».1 ,'Htore Cattle-^I have several lots to dispose of, but have no. transactions' to report. Horses-Dull of sale, except staunch, draught, which would soil at fate rates.-' Produce at Hallway. terminus-Fat calve», ...
ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 14 September 1861
. ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. REMITTANCES RECEIVED from II. M,. Adclonei O. n., ; .,0. E,-, Warialda) H. N. .Mudgee; J. 11. R., Bncabli-ali X.L.S., Geelong ; J. H., Waglngobiremby, and f om Penrith and Eut . ! VJUatthüiii'Agents. - . U v ; - : : H. E., GAYNDAH.-It'vas at the Hawkesbury that Ben Bolt ran, hi» flatest' three miles i the time waa s min.' 31 ' secs,,' ;the ' ? flutest, (wc believe) on record In the colony. :\\ '&lt; i . '. SUBSCRIBER. CRIBBAGE.-A can certainly not acoro a second Sequence. ' ?>";-. '. . :'- A., B., and »Ix dthen, put In a sweep for the Trial Stake- ¡ Tran-lt , ' cornea in .first, Flying Doe second, Maroon third, ll, who drew JUoroon, dalma tho sweep. Is he entitled to to it f The drawer of Maroon ls clearly entitled. O. D. MUSCLEDROOK.-We have no Idea. B. O.-Yei. - ; H. P.-Jonocks never ran three mlle» in Sniln. 46>et._
SYDNEY MARKETS, FRIDAY. WHOLESALE PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 14 September 1861
Sim NITS' MABSGTS, FHIDAY. lVUOt>a»LE M1ICBÍ. WDUT, 6a M to 7» Orí per kuiliel : flour, £15 lo £16 lOjperton; nul»,, it 6J| Engllali barley, 8] Od to 10«; capo do 6« per bartlet;oaten bay, nrcs»ed, jf.il 10* to JU) per ton: impressed ;£7 lon ; lucerne hay, ia 15s to £7 per ton: butter, In 1U tola Sdi ebeuo, 6d to &lt;M( bacon. Mt'ejç« le fll.to lt Od per dozen i fuwU, 2» ,6d: t-> 3M 6d per couple t pomme, £6 £6 IDs ¡ rat plies 4il per pound ; beef,'' 40« mutton, 63 pur nwt: Ulric f, Sato 17i; toliucoj, leadlo IsOd per, lb, hot quality i lucerne teed, la per Iii, retail, 2ns perennal red clover,; nm.» ditto; white Dutch,2« Od perin : elation and miaed graues, 2s Od per lb. «orrhiiin irceliamum, OJ per lb¡ seed oats, 6s Od Io tim. per bushel: feed oat»,6*. - : ' I , ., FERRIS AND SON, Comralulon Agent«.'-'
No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 14 September 1861
'.'.ins.Isviaifrcs'ov A GOOD WOMAX.-I sometimos! think tho intluouco of ii good womau U gruator than that, of a good mau; thcro aro so ninny avenues to. tho heart. loft oneil to her gontlo approach, whioh would bo barrod' lip at tho sound of roughor footsteps. Ouo "may toll anything to a good woman. In hor prosoueo prido sloops, or is disarmed. Tho old child feeling comes buck upon tho world-weary man, and ho knows not why ho has re- posed the unsought confidence which has so lightened his .heart; why ho goes forth ashamed that ono so feeble is so much mightier ; why ho could fly from tho foo for whoso approach nho so courageously tarries j why ho thinks ol' tho danger, or pistol, or poisoned cnn, while she accepting tho fiercer blast of misfortune meekly bows her 1 loud till tho whirlwind bo overpast-believing, hoping, knowing thatheuven's bright amile of sunshino will break through ut last. Tho world-weary man looks on with won-' dor, reverencing, yet not comprehending, ifow can l...
THEATRICALS, & c. ROYAL VICTORIA.—[?]ERA. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 14 September 1861
T H E A T B I C A iVfi. &e. ROYAL., VICTORIAi-^BteRA. Tho Opera senaon, ending'tbis evening, will lcavo many pleasant remembrances in tho memory' of all tho,lovers of tho musical art ; and wo make'né (donbt that .should the Lyster Company ','ercr" favour 'us; with another visit, boforo leaving our Soiithbrn hcinisphcilo,- they" will meet "with tho heartiest welcome at the'hands,'.ol'(ho publio of Sydney. For w-antoréptà'è wb'camM^ merits of each individual', art iste,' but in "a few words wc cun'oxpross tho'feélingî) 'bf tho'publié towards them, in saying that their dópartúré- from tho colony is by many looked upon with muehy regret... Of tho efficiency of all tho .artistes composing' tho company thoro remains no doubt. Madamo'lJuoy.Jîseâtt is; as'wo háyo'ottcri said, a'moBt accomplished'or/ti/ev both as.-.to h'or lytio aud dramatic.powers j her voice is' most fsyinpalhetib' and cultivated ! she .has' jnádó aniongBt tis 'a host of1 friends who will hot^sdori forget her.' ? M...
ROYAL LYCEUM. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 14 September 1861
ROYAL' ' liTCETJJfv The''Spectnclq" of " A¿AJ;L, or .Tile Prodigal Son," na represen tod d uring .tho week at this theatre; reflect* the highest credit 'upon the innnugoiheut, who have de- servedly receivod sterling ncbnorlcdgmunts.at tho hands of tho public. "Tho iliost befitting'word af praise wo eau nccord, is to recommend, om- rendors to "go", and judge for thenisol ved of tho inirits of tho company as at present constituted. --'--'' ' ' TUE BeoitiNaiTAw FASIILV have returned to Sydnoy after a yory successful trip through tho.^Vestern district.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 14 September 1861
YO it int AND AFPLIOAIILE TO LEA AND PERRINS' . . OBLEBItATKD 1 ? : ... . W O R C ESTE R S ll I It 13 S A TJ C E, I PRONOUNCED BYtt-.»*T*°"-a*r*r*?*m>?> I . ..,...?,,&lt;. ''''frT' ironía'.; CONNOISSEURS li ^"'^taFS^ to his brothor at _ WOUCBSTEH, May 1851 esteemed in India, and ! ,_, in, in my opinion, tlw I EVE HY VARIETY fgggjjj most palatable as well | na tlio most wholcsom Sallee that is made, i EXTENSIVE FRAUDS. i L. and P. having discovered that sovernlof tho Foreign | Markets havebeon supplied with sptrmotrs IMITATIONS, of their "WORCESTERSHIRE SAUCE," the lahelr of which 'clösoly resemble tboso ofthe: genuine "fiance, n'ld in ono or more instances willi tho names of L. and F PÓUOED, they have d seined it thoir duty to 'caution th public, and to ruquost purchnscrs to sea that tho name of LEA'und PEUHIUB aro upon tho Wrapper, ' Label Stopper, and Hattie. L. and P¿ further giro notico that thoy will proceed against any one who may in fringe upon their right eithe...
MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 14 September 1861
MISCELLANEOUS. FRENCH MABniACtK.-Marringa in Frnnco is, upon tho maiden's sido, an escape from irksome subjection, in which tho known rices of cunning and demure hypocrisy are cultivated,'to bo exorcised, unhnppily too often, to" the destruction of trust and confidence. * Contrast this sort of preparation for wedded existence with the joyous and innocent freedom of English lifo. Tho contrast lins, indeed, struck many Frenchmen, who hnro givon practi- cal proof of thoir preference for English training by taking to themselves English wives. Tho number of alliances botween French ¿nd English families is, indeed, so great as to oxcito flattered, if not gratified surprise. If our readers desiro to seo tho question well treated by a French pen, they will, toko up Leon do Wuilly's last novel, " Les dens filles de M. Dubreuil." Tho two girls bavo been brought up-tho oiio in England nnd the other in Fronoc. Tho English girl arriving in Puris oc- casions ns much confusion in tho orderly house...
THE BLACK OFFICER. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 14 September 1861
THE BLACK OFFICER. TnB following is told of a Highland gentleman,' one oil tho powerful clan Macpherson, and known a« tho.Oehar Dhu, or Black Officer. Towards tho closo'of the.cight conth century, whon food for powder was nt n proinium, Government resolved to avail itself of the danish feeling still prevalent in ' the Highlands, and liberally offered commissions to those who should bring to tho ranks a certain number of mon. -The-plan succeeded too well. Ambition fired tho breasts of moro gentlemen than could possibly make up tho quota by honest means. To attain this result in many cases force was resorted to ; and such a system of kidnapping ensued that, in some districts, a complote reign of terror wits established. Of all these devastators of homes, thc Ochar Dhu with his gang was tho most, reckless and tho most feared. Fortilo in ox Îiedient; of indomitable firmness «nd dauntless courage, tis exploits, in this capacity . gained hun', a reputation second only , to that of tho Evi...