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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 21 September 1861

i ~^ TSS'Xhll JdïN fnvourhipt ns with orders for this VU Join-mil will be ple.-wd to enclose tho lu-cossnry advance fbr'aix months subscription, vi: 13s, or a £1 . noto which, will cover tluvo quart era of thc year.

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE SPIRIT OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 21 September 1861

THE SPIRIT OF THE WEEK. Kothing worthy of special comment has occurred during tho week, unless tho appearance of the-Otago fever, but in a very mild form. . Business1 has been j Bomovvhot. brisk, owing »to the demand for Kow Zea- land. ' ' ' ' ' ' . i Politics as boforo. Tho Land Bills aro in transitu through iho A'ssombly which has been enlivened during tho week by a set to bctweon tlio Minister for Works and Mr Dalgleish. Wo hoar it confidently asserted by parties likely to bo- well informed on the subject, ,that_ should another ad verso voto bo carried in the Assembly, Ministers will immediately dissolve ! Black Harry, for tho murder of Mrs Mills^ was tried and convicted at tho Maitland Assizes on Monday last. , Tho Princo Alfred (s.) left on Monday afternoon, with HG passengers bound for tho Otago'digghjgs. . ? Tho first rinso under tho Victorian Divorco Act was rccontly triod at Melbourne, and protection against her husband who had dosorted her, granted to a Mrs Fischer, an uph...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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LATEST FROM THE NEW ZEALAND GOLD FIELDS. OTAGO. (From the Otago Witness September 4.) THE GOLD FIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 21 September 1861

ÍAT33ST FROM THE HEW ZEALA2H) GOLD ? ?' \ FIELDS. O littO. . {From the Ötajo Witness. September 4.J' ? . THE öOliU' inEljDS. . ' - The escort arrived nt Dnnodin yesterday" evening nt about (Ive o'clock, bringing 775Í) ounces of gold, having left 'fuipoka on '.Monday nt ois a.m. Tho escort on tho former ocension brought in 5056 ounces, and since then moro than 1000 ounces havo boen brought in by'privnto hand». - - ? -> The news rocoived from tho diggings continues satis- factory. All was peaceable «nd orderly. Tho weal lier lad improved! ' '? , Four thousand persons aro now on tho field, and many uro scattered in different localities, but Gabriel's Gully lias still the largest amount of population. ' Drep sinking on tho ranges nbovo has been tried with success. A nish to. some now locality, has ' been mada by a considerable number of diggers, but tho'preciso position of tho new Hold wo cannot learn. V: ! " The quantity of gold exported during .th» month, wnp M folloWS 1 ' .07.3. d...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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THE SETTLING. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 21 September 1861

THE SETTLING. , Atondo.}- evening bomg devoted to paying and'recoiv- _ mg, tho room was open at noven instonu of eight o'eloek ¡ ' and tho business of settling was got over quickly and comfortably. The certainties of Saturday hud told against the book mnkers ¡ but taking it ns u'whole, the mooting wus n harmless one. Tho Kyoglo party must have boen tho best winners, a good deal of money hathig-.been got on tho colt for tho Derby ; and wo should call air Ivory's stable, and its adherents, the hoariest losers; but no stake was landed that can call for any especial notice. 'Every- thing, therefore, wont - on smoothly, und wo hciird of no complaints.',. Matters connected with the.past being concluded, thc great rucea to como wera brought on tho tapis; ando fair amount, of business was done both in backing horses out mid out, as well ns in^donblo event- bats. Archer was, of course, the chosen ono for tho Melbourno Cup, and Talleyrand and Kyogln woro both moro than talked ol' for tho Tasm...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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SECOND DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 21 September 1861

SECOND DAT. First Rnco.-Tho RtCJiMOXti KiVEit PLATH of £50, for. nil horses i ono orcnt, threo timos round tho course. Mr Jone'» 1) h'Peter Finn...-.Moody I J. CirotJoryV ch c Scamp.....'... 2 J. T. Jon«' b B fa'canip »JU«.-'.... o ' This rnco wns won easily by Toter Finn. Second Huco.-llunitr Sccninr of £5, for all horses , approved of by, tho stewards : ono event, ono milo, '.was won by Mr .Archies' brown pony Jack. Third Buco.-Tho HACK EACH bf £25 ;. ono event, two milos.. . - i -, ... ?'? Mr, O. Srnrkcs' b g Doubtful.1 A. M'Kcllnr'ibR Datheriiby. 2 Williams' bin OoldnigRcr........... .0 Oolddigger also fell in this race, throwing his rider j a good race, however-, ensued hot ween tho other two, which remited in Doubtful whining by two or three lengths. .'???' ? Fourth Paco.-CONSOIATIO.V STAKES of £10, for nil beaten hordes j ono and n quarter mile. Slr J. Gregory's h g Baldwin do lîourg walked over. Fifth Kiiee.-Tho I'OBOED ir.iNBicAr of £20, for all winners; ono nnd n'hnlf milo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 21 September 1861

-? .. ? ?-' ? .' ???-J GRAND PI »JO ON- M AT OH, TOWN «win» COUNTRY. . TO BE SHOT AT PARRAMATTA ON .THIS ÎD AT," SEPTEMBER"- Sim. CONDITIONS.-From Ten to^Twelvc Guns asida, Bieren Birds each : li ot »hot. Tito cost of tin birds, conveyance, and luncheon to bo defrayed by ti, losers. Gentlemen desirous of representing.tho To», I on this occasion will bo ploaBod to mtimnto thc sums fa WILLIAM MCQUADE ESQ.,' Potts* Point, ""¡ Gentlemen enlisting as representatives of tho Countn will bo good enough to forward thoir names either t J. T. RYAN ESQ., M.L.A., Penrith, or to R. JAJIQ SON ESQ., Campbelltown...... . . .. ; N.B.- No scouting allowed pn tho Ground. 81 VISITORS TO 3ï"Î)NEr"sbbiild go tq COOKF.'i . Ornamental Hair and Jewollory Establishment, 231 Pitt-street.-Gt. O.COOKE respectfully solicits anhup« tion of his well-selected stock of first-class JEWELLER! which will bo found replete with-every lending artidi admirably adapted for prcsonts ¡ silver and elcctro-platei goods from tho ...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 21 September 1861

. - MIS C E L L A N E 0 $J S. ! .HKEKÍK'S BETTER HAI,*.~A Pittsburgh poper says ¡ -There is a decided attraction nt thc theatre now> in the person bf Adah Isaacs Mqukén, widely known ns a lady of considerable lit erary taste, mid on accomplished Octrees but who lin», perhaps, acquired h er. greatest notoriety ns the wife of John G. Hoopaii, tho " Benccia Boy," | whose valour she lins iruiiiortaljsod in verso; and whoin, even though ho . bad . deserted her, BIIO ' still claims to; bo tho " bravest of tho brave." ..Adah is a very protty lind in- tellectual lady, with n. degree .of romaneo mid indepen- dence in hor disposition rarely possessed by ono j of hor sox.. Like Lola Montez she docs pretty much ns she likes, in nil things affecting the utmost contempt for thoso restrictions and Conventionalities of evory-day lifo beyond tho bonds of which " common folks" would not think of passing. Shebas commanded a. military com- pany in hor time, smokes cigarettas with all the grace of a ...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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THIRD DAY, SATURDAY, SEPT. 14th. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 21 September 1861

Tumo DAT, SATITBDAY, SEVT. 14th. Tho " IUuidvviot Saturday" liss hitherto nlirays been objerverpas ft.jhost unmistakeable holiday .by out Metro politan popubitioii ¡and the Jinnie to tho Spring Meeting of 1861, ^;^o¿rtninly no exception to this rule.'] Tho meagre prl^ortions to whioh most of thc .fields w^ro ro eTocoa, and tiíó almost absolute cortainty.'of paoli pf tho four ovonts'oii1 the card, wore insufficient to koop I away ' fr6ra tho \ races, those Sydnuyites^. who.' j»o, doubt ' for ? mbntlis'psst had been laying themselves out to ¡spend ¡this particular day in this particular mannor i and the consequence was, that evon ns early as ten . o'clock the busses commenced to divest Pitt-street of its donizous, by thirties and forties sta time, in a manner that told, pretty plainly what sort bf ii crowd wo'might. loxpcct on tho course. 'Phis constant .druin' continued'.until tho 1_?_ *?_ii_ti¿~*--.-<-- i -«'---i-" haring done the. usual Brit Uh'beer'and ' ¿and wich, at" ...

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THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 21 September 1861

T; H EV T U R F \fä THE third day's racing, the dinner, ândàhe set- tling have been the leading features since our last; and each will bc found fully recorded in its pruner place. ... _", .? ... : . ?? , rev, "The events' of the Spring Meeting,^nile||it;; necessary vfqr.us tOjdëyote'Some space to "'thc ,taiik; ,of setting ourselves rij.;ht with-the sporting pub- lic, (whose servants we are) on n matter-concern- ing which,blame will no doubt, tiiougli:with very little justice, be attached to^us... :, Xhe apparent incorrectness of the colors as published in the race cards, not only led to îmich general dissatis- faction, but at the sanio time renderedour specula- tion (for such we regret to say it has'_ now become) ,a very unprofitable one ; and, although'the1flatter1 mishap .to ourselves .eau perhaps not be remedied,' wc intend showing "very clearly that TU E. j-Àpi/r WÀS NOT O UHS.'- ' ? . ,/. , " Having possessed "ourselves ol the privilege of . publishing, the race cards, ;we were...

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TATTERSALL'S DINNER. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 21 September 1861

TATTERS ALL'S. DENIIER. . "''..Oho of tho beat; tilings ofithti'weelc was, undoubtedly, tlio Hneu Diimur atiTujtoraaU'srbuTSaturduy, ,"t Which nboitt GO góiitleiñen wore present,\\.Tho" President pf tho Club, Mr ;\V.\G. Hoijfrry, wwi JiV Ino ohnir,;fuuod by Mr liyun,. M,T<.A.,. und notwithstanding/tho. strong .counter attraction :of 'Mr McQuwleV dinner" to tho A. J". C. Committee and thoir notabilities, I'nttersiill's need not ho ashamed of tho show of members) and their triouda. We need not say tho diimur wus excellent, or (hut tho wino could not liavo boen better ; these uro so well known ns tho utlributes of O'Jlriou'a spreails,'nâ to rçudur ropulitionsusoless ; hut wo may say fhjit tho eon) ptuiv-.gnrq uuhiiätftlicnlilo .signs of thoir npprèeiution.of the good {binga sot boforu'them, by tho havoothey com- mitted, niïd tho energy they displuycd. To givo iv length- ened account of tho aftor-dinnor arrangements, or to do justice to tho various good.speeches would unfortu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 21 September 1861

? TO THE SPOUTING COilMtTNITY. : GKEAT, NOVEL, FASHIONABLE, AND ORIGINAL INVENTION; GOATS, HABITS, and LADIES' PALETOTS made : to fit*> with 'only* two ? seams.-- 'H. ZIONS, (direc from tho Continent) 182," corner of Castlereagh and King streets. . ' ' :-. . 8-lg FIAT. JUSTITtA; AUT : PEB03AT- MONDUS;^ :. THU NE PLUS ULTRA BATH. EOOIIS1 .¿¿ .. . , , 21, HUNTIK STBEKI', 21. >??'?? W§ ' W. SCHOLTZ, CoiUeur :lo his Excellency tho ¡lato, G>ovornórand Lady. Denison, begs to inform Iiis patrons that his establishment, haying been thoroughly renovatod, is now complote in ovcry rospect, and ready for tho ac-: commodntion of Ids numerous visitors. ? Tho bath rooina ard fitted up . with a bon ¡font of elegance and comfort unequalled in this colony, and for which his rooms haye attained an acknowledged pro-ominenco. . ' V ' , I W. SOIIOLTZ regrets to hate observed Hint, (luring recent occasional temporary abeenco ' from - business, caused by illness and domestio calamity, os well as b...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 21 September 1861

COONAMBLE SECOND ANKITAL BAOES.,, TO talco, place at Coonamble, ,on Tuesday) Wednesday, and Thursday, tho 15th, lOtli, and 17th October, 1801. '. ' ' : , ; JDDQB :-Mr James Hall. ' ; ÏBBASiruKii :^7Mr.J)añd Jtf'CnlIogh..^¿. i v t CII#BÏ :Ô» irait Cotrim AN» STIBTBU s-Mr. William Smith. - ?. -~ ¡ flTaw«tD3 :-r-Mr Jolin jH'Mahon }. Mr Henry B. Ruhdloj Mr Joseph M'CullougU. j-..Mr A. Gordon; and Mr James Juudio. , FiBsr DAY. Tint Baco-Tile MAIDEK PILATE of. 60 BOTS ; IO eora to go to tho second horse ; for all horses that have never . Mon an advertised, prize abovo £S0, carrying weight for ago ; one event ; :ouo milo awl threo quarters. Socond ¿ace-Tho POBHOAN'S PCTCISE of. 35 sovs, for . ,nU horses, carrying woight for ego; ona event; two . nilen and.n half. Third Haco-The HAOK STAKES of 15 sovs, for all bona " fide untrained haoks, to bc approved of bythostetr* ardí ; one milo heute. Post entrance. j SECOND DAV. . .?..!? "Jfiriit Race-The COONAMBLE TOWN PLATS of 35 s'ovs, tor M horse...

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BELL'S LIFE IN SYDNEY. SYDNEY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 21 September 1861

BcLL'S LiPK .fri SYDNEY. :¿ . sroysr, SEFTEMIÍER 21. -isoi.-. ' T«E-ifríi'its*of those* niagmficeht " political .insti- tutions," on tlie possession of.which, we are so constantly «ntl consistently congratulated, ¡ are. rapidly developing themselves in the' Assembly ; ; precisely ni theTorm we have always anticipated. ,The ihtiiculties of Ministers ure daily "ntlviincingi ;.ànd,c,iii an equal ratio the settlement of the" much i needed-business oí' the.;"country" is needing. ;'"l'he' position, of parties, il we may, be said to :potise*s^ . bbtliianoinaloiife and xmujiiu'. 'Hie recent split in the ".liberal part}'' has divided the Assembly1 : r . into .three,sections* and-honorablè gentlemen,' »nay 'now be'classed under three heads, the conserva- ti ve,' the modérale lintlicai, nnd the ultrn demo ., .»««,">.,'.'or the "mountain." 'If wo - refer'to thc principles by which tin;-members of these sections are influenced, wu find the first actuated hy tm honest desire to promote the tru...

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THE RING. FIGHT BETWEEN JEMMY KELLY AND CHARLEY HORREGAN, THE VICTORIAN SPIDER, FOR £100. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 21 September 1861

THE-Bim FIGHT BETWEEN" JE1OY KELLY - AND CHAiElEr H0KEEG-A3ST, THE VICTORIAN , SPIDER, FOB £100. "When thu mutch bclwcon thcsa two fonthor weight8 was made, fiiw expected it would end in a draw ; for the acknowledged abilities of both lads, Iud all who know them to anticipate o rattling juill. Each had n host of admirers, und tho lame whioh Horrcgan brought with him from Victoria, (fresh from a victory over Johnny Massey) for some timo prevented our light-weight aspir- ants from accepting.Ids challenge. Jemmy Kelly, more- over, considering Miiinsclf only n novioe, it'lt some ditlt deuce 'iii picking up tho gauntlet of a olinuipion while moil of moro oxperiunco stood quietly by, hut at length, finding no one, coming forward, ho dctarminad.to have a shy, with a praiseworthy desire to bo nllowod n placo in tho first flight.. Tho mutch was accordingly inane ; and, although with ninny prejudicial reports nllout, went on, as wo shall presently alion*, to completion on Tuesday. Previous to...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 21 September 1861

LOCAL-INÏEMIGENOE. Tvnv XiOYXVCw-rAVtíon tho ninil for tho ~; present month renoues England, und our Most Gracious Sove- reign .(as no doutt she idways doos) reads tito proceed- ings of her." faithful Commons" iu New South Wales how'will-her royal hearty rojóicó to rind that of the many riiillioni who own 'her sway, tho most loyal and devoted subjectshojposaossea'ia that inexorable "patriot" David lliiolinnan, Iísq., M.1*. for Morpeth. ""Tlb'r Ma- jesty willrcad how this loyal unit of tho Assombrywas oruelly charged with having " spoken disparagingly" of her, and how with tho enthusiasm of a staunch Royalist ho manfully repudiated tho "vile insinuation',",' by solemnly declaring that "ho had; always considered thu proscnt Queen' to havo conferred respectability on royalty," and had never said one word derogatory to tho high character of tho Sovereign." After reading this, Her Majesty will, no doubt, raise tho honorable gontlo mnn to tho peerago, and, , what is of far moro consequenc...

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THEATRICALS, &c. ROYAL VICTORIA.—DRAMA. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 21 September 1861

T HEATH I C A L S, ,&o. ! ! '-ROTAT, VICTORIA.-DHAKA. 1 ' ? That tho'late- Op^raviieisdii ¿hould bo followed nt tl» , i ¡.Victoria by ii weokof dépression,'is scurcoly a roatlor'o «wonder, when wo como to consider that affairs fhentri val aro regulated by tho'samo laws as all other matters Therefore wo wero not'astonished; when on Monday last we found tho housa rather thinly; attended. [ Wo are . however, in hopes 'that in ri'short timo matters, at thu theatre will improve,' aud . that tho worthy losses will ru ceivo tho patronngo which as an old favourite of tho pub. lie and a most oxcollent artist he so richly deserves. Thc Octoroon, or" Lifo in Lousiaun,' wu presented on hut Monday evening for tho llrst'timo in tho colony; hy Madame" Marie Durct, ulroady well and 'favourably know» to tho public of Sydney. This lady, who is acknowledged by every ono to bo nn accomplished actress belonging to tho natural- Behool,?? gave "ils a perfect ira personation of Zoe tho Ootoroon gir...

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RICHMOND RIVER RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 21 September 1861

EICHMONDllIVEIlvll^CES. Tiloso races,came off on Tuesday and Wednesday lost, 10th and lilli instant, and tho weather was till tliitt Ooukl bo desired. ' Tho course wns very heavy in place's hi? conscquouco of tho prov ions rains. -'Although two of, the homes foll with thoir riders, no serious accident occurred throughout tho meeting. Taking all things into -con- sideration, thero TO a good asseniblugo ol' people. .Among the company wo observed Mr C. Irving, 1Í.L.A. A great many, of tho : fair set also graced tho courso with their presence, and ovorything went oli' with eclat. -. ... ' . . . - Fiusr jiAY. -?' First Itacb.-Maiden Pluto, of £80 j tho second homo to . rècoiyo £1.0 from .tho. prize. Ono-und-H-hulf mile j ,, ono event. , . . M . . Mr J.'T. Johei'bR Vanish.¡*. ...(M. Ford) 1 ' JV. M'KollarM eli g Lieutenant....". 2 J. Gregory's b f lletuvlnjj.8 Lieutenant went away with tho load and maintained it for nhout u milo, when Vanish carno up to him rind tho tivo raced neck and ne...

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THE ENGLISH TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 21 September 1861

THE ENGLISH TURF., The Uhutrated ITeux has u. portrait of tho winner bf the Two Thousand Guineas Stakes, with tho following " il- lustration" in lotter proís :-" Turfites shook their hoads in amazement when they hoard that Lord Stamford hud been down to tho Hampton Court salo' on that pleasant Juno morning of '6'J, and gove nearly four thousand fjuiuons ^for five 'yearling eoltfl rind th reo fill ios. Timo las, howovor, liftod tho voil nfc last/ and procluiihcd the vonturo to bo OB'sound ns it was dtishiug. Mover before has a lurflte put his hand ¡uto ri luuky bug, full us it might bo of Orlando tickets, and drawn tiro prizes out of eight. - Canto (1000 guineas) is BO far a. fadure, and his brothor,. Chatterer,'a 3C0 guinea purehnsu of'60. was .drafted out of his lordship's stublo last wcék'foí'10 gs the »arno waa got at' tho hammer for tho 820 ; gúineá (Wiirragonc, iAdnistn (1110 gs), for whiih(his lordship and' ¡Sir IX.'.Bea- Vtenx >lmd xiich'n tremendoiis rnlly.'is «Iso in tho...

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TRIAL AND CONVICTION OF BLACK HARRY THE MURDERER AND RAVISHER. MAITLAND CIRCUIT, COURT,—MONDAY, SEPTEMBER, 16. (From the Maitland Mercury, September 17.) [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 21 September 1861

TBIÂL AND CONVICTION OP BLACK HARRY > THE MURTEREE- AOT) RAVISHER. r/ MAITLAND CIRCUIT, COOIÍT,-MOMDÁV, SIPTBM ni¡n, 16. .. ~:':" I ? ; . (JFrom'tAe Maitland Merctiry,' September \7.)\ ... WlLTUi MUBDSK.-Harry,- tho, aboriginal, was in- dicted for feloniously,'wilfully, and of bia malice -afore- thought, .killing and murdering Mary Mills, at "Boll's Creek; on the 16th July. * V j Tho prisoner (a 'man bf.rather slight build, about the middlo height,' and of intelligent .appcarauco) pleaded promptly, and in clearly, pro'nouneed English, j" Not" guilty." 'Ho, was defended, by Mr Ellis and Mr Simp- son ¡ attorney, Mr' Mullon. " ' ? Tho witnesses called wero :-Thomas Henry Muís. Thomas Hènry Mills (o Utllo boy, who appeared with his KcädTbandäged) said: .l am about nine years and eight months bid. " ' My mother used to teach mo somo ; prayors. 'nnd I have been ' to church a little. ¡ If I tell'an untruth, I sholl go to. a naughty place-I'sholl bo punishod. ,1 cannot read. ^ At the req...

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THE LAWYER'S FRIEND. (By an Attorney of five feet standing.) [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 21 September 1861

THE LAWYER'S FRIEND. '.. Cßy an Attorney of five feet etanding.J.-: Olí, pretty Joey, leery .Toe, ' - ; . . >'??? Thou art tho lawyer's fnond ¡ ? . There's not a wan amongst us all,'^ ' * ' ? - " But will thy causo 'défend 1 '" ' ' '' "'."'' « . ! 'Twas, really very kind of you, - '.Î ' ; . lu timcB depressed hko these, ,. > -, . .. ? ? , To think of thoso"poor mon'.'.who scarce ... :., . Cnn ioctl, for want of fees ! j ,-. ii :rlt was a noblo thought of tliino, . "?. ?? .'j' : i ,. i -1A bold, and daring font,- . ' . . >«. . . : To opon up for us a path, ' . ? ? i. .- ...-i.-, ;.. .... ¡ i. lUnto tho JT7I>OMBXX SEAT I '. " : - v - - . Why should tho gents m wig and gown . ¿ .,.. | ' "Alone enjoy tho swoots 4, . . . ??., > /That (low from law and equity,. i r f.-i' Around thoso awful seats ? ? ? -¿ >?. i .. * - i . Why.neod tho Judges of tho land, ; ,t' n ?'. . ,. ,) . As scholars, bo profound ? ?? r. i > .?. :.: ?;....(*>. i Or, why their principles oflaw : ...

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