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WOOLLOOMOOLOO BAY REGATTA. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 16 January 1866

WOOLLOOMOOLOO BAY REGATTA. THIS well-known aquatic festival took place on Boxing Day. The weather was splendid, the racing good, and the number of sj>eetators very large. The several events resulted as follows : FIRST RACE.-Youths under 16 years of age, pulling a pair of sculls in dingies not exceeding 12 feet on the keel. First prize, £5 ; second prize, £2. Pelter (S. Punch) ... ... ... 1 Adonis (W. Uhr) ... * . 2 Slog-Ahead (G. Middenway) ... .. 3 Novice (C. Bullivant) ; Dart (E. Murray)"; I'll Do] (F. Hayes) ; Major (F. Roderick.) SECOND RACE.-Pulling dingies under canvas. First prize, £8 ; second prize, £2, Friendship (J. Bates) ... ... ... 1 Betsy Bagar (G. Kelty) .. ... 2 Oberon (W. Birkinshaw) ... ... , . 3 Slippery Dick (R. Banks; ; Faust (Stewart and Bolton) '. I Slippery Charlie (T. Croft) ; Kildare. (S. Drennan).; Slim Jim (- Trengnrase) ; Gull (W. Murray) ; Lodore (G. Cannis) ; Messenger (T. Rocldam) ; Leisure Hour (G. Ellis) also ran but were not placed. THIRD RACE.-...

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INTERCOLONIAL CRICKET MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 16 January 1866

INTERCOLONIAL CRICKET MATCH. AFTER a lapse of two years the friendly contests of the knights of the willow have been resumed, and, in accordance with pre- vious arrangements, the representatives of New South Wales met those of Victoria at Melbourne,,on Boxing-day. The Sydney team, which was considered much the strongest, comprised five ¡ professionals-Caffyn, Cosstick, Lawrence, Thompson, and Gre- gory, the remainder were our best amateurs. The Victorian I eleven only boasted of a single professional, all the others were strictly gentlemen amateurs ; hence it is not surprising that, before the match commenced, betting was two to one on Sydney. We need hardly say that the result surprised even the victor?, j who at most hoped they would make a hard fight of it, and to effect this they had constantly practised together, Avhile our men, confident of winning, neglected to get themselves in that form in which alone first-class matches can be won. The first day was clear and cool, and Law...

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PEDIGREE AND PERFORMANCES OF TARRAGON. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 16 January 1866

PEDIGREE AND PERFORMANCES OF TARRAGON TTif» flViamrnnn ia o V.OTT K.» AT_Tir_;_i o T ,'. The Champion is a bay horse, by New Warrior out of Ludia, own sister to Veno ; has started in eighteen races, besides the Champion, won ten, and been beaten in eight. Among his best performances are, when 4 years old, and carrying 9st 61b, he Deal tne ceienrateci J3en .bolt and others ; and at the same meet- ing beat a good field for the Queen's Plate, includiug Ben Bolt, Traveller, Zoe, Lauristina, and others. As a five year old, at Randwick, he gave a year and 181b to Pascha, and was beaten by a neck, in 5 min. 55 secs. At the same meeting, carrying 9st. 71bs was beaten half a length by Regno, Sst 71b, two miles, 3 min 46 secs. In the Cumberland Handicap, of 1S04, lOst llb, he beat Volunteer (second), giving him 201b, Ada 281b, and five others, in 5 min 57 secs, and during the same meeting, carrying lOst 41b, he beat Ramornie, Ben Boit, and Eya, two miles, in 3 min. 50 secs. In the last Adelai...

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WESTERN AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 16 January 1866

WESTERN AUSTRALIA. I Five ticket-of-leave men recently stole a whaleboat belonging to the brig Europa, and put to sea, but soon gave up their task, andmon returning to the shore, they were seized and lodged in Busselton gaol. Mr. Durlacher has been appointed Government Resident at Champion Bay. The revenue for the year ending 30th September, 1865, amounts to £78,470-that for 1864 was £73,459 ; giving an in- crease in favour of 1865 of £5,011. The expenditure for 1865 is £73,368-that for 1864 was £69,221 ; showing an increase for 1865 of £4,147. A man named Johnson, residing at Northam, has been shot in his own house by two escaped convicts, who were robbing the place. A number of police and volunteers' speedily captured the murderers a short distance from the scene of their outrage, and they have since been committed for trial. The grain crops in almost every district of the colony will, this season, be far below the average. The drought also threatens to seriously injure the pastor...

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NO. 57 CHANDOS STREET, S.W. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 16 January 1866

f ' " NO. 57 CHANDOS STREET, S.W. I LIVE in a quiet street ; it is also . genteel,' and decidedly dull. The parlor-floor of No. 3 has indeed been recently let to a dressmaker, a fact that exhibits a sad defalcation in self-re . spect on the part of Mrs. Powell, the respectable .widow lady who owns the house, and who has hitherto drawn the line very strictly at commercial gentlemen. But this is the solitary in- stance of anything 'low'"in Chandos Street, S.W.; and as I live at No. 58, the corner-house at the other extremity, I.can- not say I am personally distressed or affected hythe lament- able declension of No. 3. All my ' carriage-friends ' drive their splendid equipages round the opposite corner, and do not ob , serve the ignominous brass-plate, announcing the presence of ' Miss Chudleigh, Court Dressmaker,' nor the damning evi- dence in the window of a leaf from Le Folief, representing an impossible lady, with a simper, a love of a bonnet, and a pea SYDNEY t 1. Moore's-road. 2....

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NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 16 January 1866

-:--:-_, _ ^« NEW ZEALAND. The Hon. Colonel Haultain, Minister for Colonial Defence, is at present in Auckland, and Major-General Chute is making a tour of inspection of the stations on the West Coast. The Hau-hau's have murdered a man named Arbon, at Ota r'toka, and Private Harvey,, of the Commissariat Corps, near Monawappou. A soldier named Joseph Henderson, belonging to the second battalion, 14th Regiment, was apprehended yesterday on .an 1 information laid by Mr. Commissioner Naughton, for the mur- der of a settler named George Dare, at the Waiwera Hotsprings, on the 22nd November. The Provincial Council of Auckland assembled for its nine-; . teentk session, in the Council Chamber, on the 12fch instant. The Provincial Council adjourned to the 16th of January. The General Assembly has been further prorogued to the 25th January. Our contemporary, the. New Zealander, one of the oldest . newspapers in the colony, has not made its. usual appearance since the 5fch ultimo, the date of ...

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TATTERSALL'S NEW YEAR'S RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 16 January 1866

TATTERS ALL'S NEW YEAR'S RACES. The recent meeting was one of the most successful ever held under the auspices of Tattersall^ Club, and everything passed off with great wild. The day's sport commenced with THE MAIDEN PLATE of 100 sovereigns, added to a sweep- stakes of 5 sovereigns each, for all maidens ; the second horse to receive 15 sovereigns out of the stakes j 1¿ mile. Entrance 5 sovereigns. Mr. Ivory's Sultana ... ... ... 1 Merry's Safegard ... ... ..." 2 Sexton's Casino ... ... .. 3 The following also ran :-Ryan's Pioneer, Martineer's Duchess, T. Ivory's Blueskin, and A. Thompson's Buccaneer. The race was an easy victory for Sultana, who won by a couple of lengths. SECOND RACE.-Hack Stakes of 25 sovereigus, with a sweep- stakes of 1 sovereign each. Winch's Malvina .. ... .. .. 1 Jupp's Young Stranger ... . ; ... 2 Bull, jun. 's Ironbark .. ... .... 3 The following also ran :-Freeman's Vienna, Reid's Hetmán Platoff, Lock's Young Cooramill, Ryan's Cock-a-Hoop, Smith's Victory,...

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LITERATURE. OVER THE MEADOW. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 16 January 1866

LITERATURE. OVER THE MEADOW. HERE are some days one never foi gets. I doubt if I ever-for those days, so long ago, but j*|C- still so fresh as if they broke but ^ y yesterday-those days spent -with Donald gathering the crimson jets of samphire ! Oh, but they were days of grace, and though I've jogged through many calmer ones, there's been none like them-none. Since I had just come from believing in fairy folks haunting the green dim- ples of the hill, rowing all day down the meadow stream in wherries carved from bubbles by the wandering Djin, the wind, 1 must needs believe in some- thing, and so I believed in him. Alas, and that Dassed bv as well ! v^3^- anu mm passed Dy as well ! I have only to open my window on a still autumn morning with just a breath off the river, and once more I am Christine Miller and twenty, and the samphire is ripening over yonder, and Donald is the gay, handsome heart again, lithe and lovely ; but soon this glamour passes too, and I know well that Donald's...

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SPORTING. MAITLAND RACES. FIRST DAY.—DECEMBER 26. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 16 January 1866

SPOBTWG. MAITLAND RACES. FIRST DAY.-DECEMBER 26. MAIDEN PLATE-Forty sovereigns, mile and a-half. Olittip pta, 1 ; Stranger, 2; Miss Purston, 3. WEST MAITLAND CHRISTMAS Box-Forty sovereigns, two miles. Kildare, 1 ; Sampson, 2 ; Ben M'Kee, 3 ; HELTER SKELTER-Twenty sovereigns. One mile and a-half. Zoe, 1 ; Malvina, 2 ; Faugh-a-ballagh, 3. SECOND DAY. THE PUBLICANS' PURSE, of 50 sovereigns, two and] a-half miles. Kildare, 1 ; Sampson, 2 ; Ben M'Cree, 3. MEMBERS' PRIZE of 25 sovereigns, one and a half mile. Kildare, 1 ; Wonga Wonga, 2. HURRY SCURRY, 15 sovereigns, one and a half mile. Creep Bones, 1. FORCED HANDICAP of 20 sovereigns, one and a half mile. Sampson, 1 ; Stranger, 2 ; Olittippta, 3. The races were fairly attended.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 16 January 1866

CALLAGHAN AND SON, MANUFACTURERS & IMPORTERS of BOOTS <fc SHOES 297 GEORGE STEEET, SYDNEY, (OPPOSITE ROYAL HOTEL.) HE LAST APPEAL! [To a young lady who, betrothed to one, was about to contract a clandestine marriage with Ilia rival. The parties in the deed are now far removed, and cannot be affected by the publication of these lines, while the author, having been twitted with complicity in the inglorious transaction, offers them as a proof of the earnestness of his innocence, and as a caution to others who might be tempted to do likewise. Rush on, false maiden, to thy fated doom A mirthless wedding, and a joyous tomb ; For heavy hearts that list thy nuptial bell Would lightly beat were it thy funeral knell ! Far fewer friends will at thy nuptials meet, Than will to enshrine thee in thy winding sheet. Clandestine weddings, with their transient joy, At best sow seed of bitterest alloy. Thy friend I hare been, and will ever be (And God knows thou may'st need one pres...

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QUEENSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 16 January 1866

QUEENSLAND. Ipswich Christmas races took place on the 26th, 27th, and 28th. ultimo, with the following results :-First Day.-Maiden Plate of £40, Kent's Shamrock, 1 ; Skyring's Mignonette, 2. Selling Stakes, of £25.-Thompson's "Beeswing, 1 ; M'Grath's Despatch, 2. . Christmas Grand Handicap, of £100.-Plannery's Nonsuch, 1; Skyring's Caliph, 2. Trial Stakes, of' £20. Thompson's Beeswing, 1; Plannery's Kildare, 2. Hack Stakes, of £10.-Nichols' Jib-boom 1. Second Däy.-Hurdle Pace, of £15, Thorn's Black Eagle, 1 ; Peacock's Van Tromp; 2.' Hack. I Hurdle Race, of £10.-Jones' Tommy, 1. Publicans' Purse, of £30.-Devine's Miss Horwood, 1; Kent's Shamrock, 2. Town Plate, of £75.-Plannery's Nonsuch, 1 ; Skyring's Caliph, 2. Ladies' Purse, of £'25.-Crawford's-Quadrant, 1 ; Devine's Miss Horwood, 2. Third Day.-Supplementary Plate of £50.-Plan- nery's Nonsuch, T; Crawford's Quadrant, 2. Claret Stakes, of £20.--Thompson's Beeswing, 1; Devine's Miss Horwood, 2.. Selling Stakes of £15.-M'Laughlin's ...

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VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 16 January 1866

VICTORIA. A race of three miles has been arranged to take place on the 16th March next, on the Dowling Forest race-course, between Panic and Barwon, for one thousand guineas, each horse to carry nine stone. One hundred pounds have already been deposited by each side, as security in case of forfeit. A company has been formed for erecting a Masonic Hall in Melbourne. Capital £10,000 in £1 shares. James Wallis, the well-known timber merchant, of Melbourne, has been committed on the charge of forging acceptances for large sums. It is stated that Wallis has discounted bills of this . description to the extent of £20,000. John Goldrich and Lewis Eeynard have been sentenced to seven years, for having in their possession forged bank notes of the Bank of New South Wales, New Zealand. A new bank is about to be established in Melbourne, under the name of the Commercial Bank of Victoria. The fifth day of January, fixed by notice in the Victorian 1 Government Gazette, was kept as a day of humili...

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ORIGINAL POETRY. TO KATE, ON HER FIFTEENTH BIRTHDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 16 January 1866

ORIGINAL POETRY. TO KATE, ON. HER FIFTEENTH BIRTHDAY. NOT mine thc gift of poesy-not mine the poet's art, For all I hear a poet's name-not mine the poet heart ; Yet I cannot let to-day go bye and not attempt a rhyme To wish you all good wishes Kate-this gladsome birthday time. You must let me call you Kate to-day-your own dear English name, For while I play the poet, all a poet's rights I claim ; Forget too I'm a stranger, and, while you read my song, Try and fancy I'm an old, old friend, that's known and loved you long Whohaswatched you truly, earnestly, from childhood's baby days, And bent his rough man's heart to join your childhood's baby plays, And when, sometimes, tired out with fun, you've turned on him and smiled, Has seen a happy womanhood forshadowed in the child. And oh ! may Heaven grant it that the prophecy come true, And as the merry, trusting child, so be thc woman too ; For your childhood's years are fading-fading one by one away, Like the last few stars in Heaven ju...

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SHIPPING. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 16 January 1866

¡SHIPPW&. . ARRIVALS. Dec. 16.-Crown, brig, Captain Kindred, from Mauritius, 4th. November; H. I. M. S. Fulton, 4 guns, from New Cale-, donia. Dec. 18.-Coya, barque, Captain Paige, from San Francisco, 15th October; Star of Brunswick, ship, Captain Irving, from Liverpool, 7th September. Dec. 20.-Dayspring, Mission schooner, from the South Seas ; Madras, mail steamer, Captain Farquhar, from Gaile, 24th November. Dec. 21.-Burnet, brig, Captain Lee, from Pitt's Island, 2nd November ; Jolly, brig, Captain "Wilson, and Union, barque, Captain Birkenshaw, from San Francisco, 18th October ; Craig Ellachie, brig,|Captain Westbourn, from Talcahuano, 25th Sep- tember. Dec. 23.-Fairy Rock, Captain Wilkinson, from Mauritius, 5th November ; Anne Matilda, Captain Ramm, from Valparaiso, 1st October. Dec. 27.-Coral Queen, Captain Tray te, from the South Seas; Berengaria, barque, Captain Wilson, from San Francisco, 29th October. * December 28.-Jennie Pitts, barque, Captain Sutton, from Puget S...

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POLITICAL. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 16 January 1866

POLITICA!. "..rr::.-:: LN our last wo announced tue division on Mr. Parkes' want-of confidenco motion. The result would appear to be rather a want of confidence in Mr. Parkes as a leader, than of assent to the financial scheme of the Government, for, although a majority of the House refused to declare that the proposed tariff was objectionable, they set to work the same night, eliminated nearly every item that would have substantially benefited the revenue, and granted only £96,000 out of £240,000 asked for. The duties negatived being beer in wood, tea, sugar, tobacco, and the entire license scheme. The consequence was that the Oriental Bank, next day, refused further accommodation to the Government, and declined granting letters of credit for tho out- going mail. On the 18th ultimo Mr. Samuels tendered his resignation as Treasurer, and the same day Mr. Cowper called a meeting of his supporters, aud announced his intention to propose an ad valorem duty of live per cent. This course,...

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DESTRUCTION OF HILL AND SON'S FURNITURE WAREHOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 16 January 1866

DESTRUCTION" OP HILL AND SON'S FURNITURE WAREHOUSE. A VERY destructive fire broke out in the extensive warehouse of Messrs. Hill and Son's, King-street, on the evening of the 21st J ultimó. It was first discovered soon after six o'clock, and then appeared to be confined to the roof of the back premises, the i upper portion of which was partially filled with cotton and other articles used in stiiffing fiumiture, and also with a large quantity of undertakers' and cabinet-makers' materials. The entire buildings stood on ground measuring 70 feet by 80,, and four storeys in height, the whole of which was filled with inflammable articles, so that, although the engines, including two driven by steam power, were on the ground directly after the alarm was given, the immense quantity of water thrown on the flames only for a short time checked their progress.. Step by step the firemen were driven back by the advancing element, until it became palpable that nothing could save the entire pre- mi...

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VESSELS IN PORT (EXCLUSIVE OF COASTERS). [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 16 January 1866

VESSELS IN PORT (EXCLUSIVE OF COASTERS). SHIPS.-Botanist, Centurion, Cinderella, Colonial Empire, Duke of Sutherland, Empress of India, La Hogtie, Nourmahal, Orwell, Persia, Philosopher, Star of Brunswick, Strathdon, Walter Hood, Young England. BARQUES.-Ailsa Craig, Alice Cameron, Alicia, Atrevida,. Asia, Australind, Berengaria, Cathay, Collingwood, Coya, Eu gene-et-Adele, Indus, Marie Laurie, Marian, Midas, Parramatta, Queen of the Seas, Robert Towns, Rotumah, Ukko, Union. BRIGS.-Ann Matilda, E. K. Bateson, Derwent, Fairy Rock, Governor, Highlander, Lady Denison, Louisa, Ocean, Sea Nymph, Wild Wave, Yarrow, Burnett, Jolly, Craig Ellachie. SCHOONERS.-Black Dog, Dayspring, Kate Kearney, Osprey, Harriet King, Sarah Pile, Coral Queen, Elisa. On the 21st ultimo H.M.S. Brisk, while getting under way for Auckland, got her screw entangled in the bridle moorings at Farm Cove, and ran into the rocks at Fort Macquarie, where she laid until high tide next morning, and then floated off, with th...

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INTERCOLONIAL RIFLE MATCH. VICTORIA v. NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 16 January 1866

INTERCOLONIAL RIFLE MATCH. I VICTORIA .v. NEW SOUTH WALES. THE fourth Intercolonial Rifle Match between ten volunteers of Victoria, and ten of this colony, was shot at the Volunteer Rifle Range, Paddington, on the 14th, 15th, and 16th of De- cember, 1865, and resulted in favor of this colony by 75 points. This annual contest JLXIXO »UUUCU UUUtCQU was instituted in 1862 for the possession of a challenge shield, to cost £250; the shield to become the property of the colony whose representa- tives shall win the match three years in succession. The conditions un- der which the first match was shot have been considerably modified, but the number of men, num- ber of shots fired, and the ranges, have been the same in all the matches. The con- ditions of the recent match were : - any rifle, any position ; ten men, a side, firing ten shots each at each of the respec- tive ranges of 200, 300, 500, 600, 700, 800, and 900 yards ; Wimbledon targets and scoring, and disc marking. The first match ...

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RETROSPECT. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 16 January 1866

RETROSPECT. OKS Thousand Eight Hundred and Sixty-five has been swallowed up in the inexorable past : quietly it was ushered in, and peace ' ably the old man of three hundred and sixty-five days' existence ha* departed. Yet, even during his short life, upon how much human suffering, shattered hopes, and blighted prospects has he looked^ Sorrow has darkened the threshold of many a once. happy home : but are we not too apt to remember certain days «nd years only because they are associated with some loss pecuniary or domestic? Do not the Bunny days of our existence become too readily effaced from our memories ? It is true that the past year has been peculiarly trying to all classes of our fellow-colonists, by reason of the fearful drought causing death among their stock, and destruction to their crops. Let us re- joice it has been no worse. Pestilence and death has been stalking through Europe and Asia. War has stained with human blood the soil of America, but no such calamities have v...

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BERTRAND AND MRS. KINDER. [Newspaper Article] — Illustrated Sydney News — 16 January 1866

BERTRAND AND MRS. KINDER. On the 18th ult. Henry Loma Bertrand and Mrs. Kinder were brought up at the Criminal Court, at Darlinghurst, and ar- raigned for the wilful murder of Henry Kinder. Both prisoners pleaded not guilty. The crown prosecutor then addressed the Court and requested an adjournment of th J trial to March next in order that the prisoners might not be prejudiced by the strong feeling then existing in the public mind. The request was granted, and the prisoners were about being removed, when it was found that Mrs. Kinder had fainted, and had to be carried away. A nolle proseqni has been entered in the case of Mrs Bertrand, and it is said she will be produced as evidence for the crown against Mrs. Kinder. .A NATURAL ALMANAC.-By counting the knuckles on the hand, with the spaces between them, all the months with thirty one days will fall on the knuckles, and those with thirty days or less will come in the spaces. J anuary, first knuckle ; Febru- ary, first space ; March, ...

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