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THE ENGLISH TURF. LATEST DERBY BETTING. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 28 September 1861

.THE-ENGLISH TURF. LATEST DERBY BETTING. ll to 1 «git Buckatoue tk) 3,0 0 to loa ,, Muquí» uk) S.30I) tu loo ? " Ntplunut itk) '5,000 lo 200 agit Caterer (tk) 10,000 to SOO " Tolumo(tk) «¿OOO to 100 " Enalgu (tk)

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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VIVERPOOL JULY MEETING.—WEDNESDAY, JULY 10TH. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 28 September 1861

UVERPOOl JTJLY i\ErnJTINa.-WSBHSSDAT, Jair.lOxH. - The IiivcBFOpXi CUP of 200 sors, added to a Handicap' of 25 aova each, 15 ft ; winners extra'; "second to re eoivo CO aovS 'put ¿of tho' Btakes; two miles j 68 subs, 43 of whom paid 5 sovs each. Col Tewncley'i ch f Docfoot, by King of Trtumpi (h s), S rn, 1 ! ait mb.,. ............J. Snowden i l. Mr. II. O'Hara'i b c IvanlioS", 3 yn, Tat 71b (Including 31b extra) ' . A. Edward!1 2 HoJgmaa'a br ra llclrcsi, i yr«, 7at....H. Grlmahaw 3 Merry'« bro Huxley, 3 yr», 7«t Sib (Including'31b extra) . i Hayward 4 Jacksoa's b g Syringe, 4 yr«,- 7«t Sib ;......Bullock S lt. M. Jaques'« br f Weatherwltch, 3 yr«, Ott 91b .-. ...Carroll ' S ll. O. Naylor'« b f Feodorowna, 4 yr«, 7at 21b.Challoncr n Betting i 2 to 1 agit Ivanhoif, 3 to 1 agat Heiress, -Ito 1 agstDoefoot, 5 to 1 agat Syringe, 8 to 1 agst Feodórowna, and 10 to 1 asst Russley. They got away at tho first attempt, and Weatherwitch' instantly took a clear lead, Heiress lying second past ...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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SYDNEY MARKETS, FRIDAY. WHOL[?] PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 28 September 1861

. ' aiABkCTS; FBI» AV. " * " " WIIOtMAtr PRICEH. V7UCAT, 6» M to 7« Ort per buihel : nour, £1(1 t» £17 10s per ton ; malze, 4t i,i to 4i Sd.; EitKlIali harley; 8s Od to ld ; cape do Oj per liuihcl; oaten , hay, presjod, £8 10j tu £9 per lon i.unpressed . £7, 10s i lucerne hay. £0 16» to £7 pur tain; butter.,la ld to 1« Sdi cheese. Gd to Dd) tacan. Od i eora, ls 61 lu 2a Od per dozen'| fowls, 2< Sil. t Ss Sil per couple s pntatnra. £0 £810* ¿fot pUi 44 per pound ; beef; tallow £33 i mutton ditto,,£48 to £90 pct tan ; Ulde>, 2s od ta -li: totucei, I» id to li'Sd |ier lb, twit iiuality ; lucerne »ceil, ls per lu; retail, «at perennial red clover, dlttu ditto; while; Dutch, 2a Oil per lr» ; «talion and mlied Krauel, 2a 6d per Ib.'suntlium aaccharatum, 6d perils acid eats, fi» Oil to 6* Od, :por bushel : rued oats, 0«. < ' ? ' ', i FERRIS AJO) SON, Cuihiulstioa Agents .

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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THE-SPIRIT OF THE PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 28 September 1861

! THE-SPIRIT OP THE PRESS. - From tho dust and gloom of abasement room, 1 'Mid.rouers and whools and bands, , , , , , . j Whcro tho' pressman watclios his busy loom "^ .' ; With inky faeó and hands, ' '." . ¡ Where tho teeming press with shuddering throe, ;: ' : Tb the living pago gives birth,-. . . . . ' Each shiver and jar felt wide and far . '. \ , , .. ; Over tho busy earth ; "-.*,., j. ? . From tho dust and gloom of the noisy room i Flashes a spirit bright, O'er mount«hi and lea, o'er land and sea, . Winging its arrowy flight. O'er tond and sea, o'er mountain and lea," , ; A. motly burden it bears ; Freedom for slaves, and bonds for tho free, . Bright hopes and sickening fears. ... '" Many an eye as it comes looks bright . That will dim when its talo is told ; .Hearts beating high ns ita wings flash by, . ; Grow suddenly still and cold ; The blushing cheek fond secrets speak ; Aa it whispers a loved ono's name j .... , . Or tho smoiudoring Arc of hatred and ire I Burst forth in...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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THE RIFLE ASSOCIATION'S FIRST ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 28 September 1861

THE EIFLÉ ASSOCIATION'S FIRST ANNUAL . ; V - . MEETING. Tho ¡inniigiiratión of tho Annual Meeting commenced on Thursday, on the Randwiok Courso, and will extend brer tliia day, consequently wo must content ourselves in our presont issuo with merely giving tho results of tho first and second days' proceedings. ' FIBSTJDAY, TnrjnsDAT, SBFTEHBEB 26TU. ?'? . FIRST MATCH.-Xwclvo prizes of tho value pf .£ 2f7,, Viz. I-I ??' ; Í 5 1 Whitworth prizo rifle, with nnunu¿. , ' . ; ? ?-. ' nition, value ... .... £30 0 '0 1 ditto ditto, ditto, Talus ... ... 80 Ö';v0~*' ] 1 WcBtloy Richards' breach loading ""?.'. j ; rifle; ditto, vuluo . . -80;.,0; .O'-h ' . ' -1 ditto ditto, ditto, value-..'. ; iSO^Q, 'O' V 1 ditto ditto, carbine, value ? 80 .'.0 0" ,. 1 thtto ditto ditto, value.... .80 - O 0 -.V'v 1 X. Wilson's breech loading patent ? rifle, value . ... .... 12.0 .0., - 1 Lancaster riuo,~valuo .... ...' 17 0 0" 1 sea Borvico.prizoriflo - .10 0 0 , 1 Rino cornB ditto, váluo ... ..'. 10 .0, "0 ; ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 28 September 1861

HATHJ.KKET raleas.-Hay, ft« fid tu 8a M ; «trow Ss'«1 tn Si Od; irhea'. Ss od to Ga 6d t corn, 4s 61 to fia Od t darley. Ss to fi« Sd ; oat-. 6s tots Od ; groen »lu IT, lod to ls 3d per dozen bundles; cowl, £6 to £10 ¡ calves; 2G* lo 49s | bark, £S ls to £6 JR per ion. ? ¿. , - v," J. R. LINDSEY, bute.,,

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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MICKIE FEE; OR, I'LL FANCY 'TIS YOU. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 28 September 1861

MICK IB FEB ; OE, TLI» FANCY 'TIS YOU. BY HBtrnr 'ABRAHAMS: " Goo J morning, MÍSB Knto," oriod young Mickio Foo; - " Good morning, again, it's yourself, sure, I soo,;,. looking blooming os ovor .'*, but Kate turned away, , As slio said,." Master Mickie, I wish you good day,. Tou'ro a heartless decaivciv-now. don't, spako a word, Pretty tales about you and Norah-I'ye heard.'' , ' j You know you danced with her tho day ,of tho Fair, - , And praised hor groy eyes, and her very rd hair. . , , You called her an angel, said in.love ypu had foll, And at night when you parted, you kissed her as woll." Then young Mickio gave a sly wink as ho said, < : . "Just whisper, dear Katie;, this way turn your head, I decaived her, my.dorlin,"-:"Sir, you!kissed her!" " Xliat's true, ,, . But I shut both my oyes, Kate, and fancied 'twos you." ""Woll, I've no timo to B tay, so good .bye, Mickio Fee, You may deceive her, but you can't docaive mo I'm riot to bo blarneyed. . Mick, a word in your,...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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To the Editors of Bell's Life in Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 28 September 1861

¡ 2b the Editors of Solis Life 'in Sydney. ? ., ' G-BNTLBStBy,-Thero, was a meeting rather moro numerously attention than might naturally bo expected, considering the length of time tho Volunteer movement liai'now been in vogue," held last week in Sydney, to whioli wo were specially invited as correspondents. Tho following is u bnof ouluno of the nat uro of tho business and its import. Tho limo having arrivod.for its com- mencement a Mr " Shicer" was called upon to opon tho proceedings and to explain to those nsieniblod tho object of their meeting, air Shicer, ofter acknowledging tho honor conforred upon him, .Ve, snid that ho was a modest man hut at tho samo timo an ambitious one ; that ho was anxious to hold a prominent position in society ; ho had tried a great many différent methods, but lind failed in. all i ho liad tried to moko himself agreeable to tho ladies, bul had never succeeded ¡ another time hu tried fighting but uhvaya got heat, uot because ho wus a weak mau or a bad ...

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SPORTING CHRONICLE. RACESTO COME. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 28 September 1861

S P'pLRTtN.Q C HR 0 N I O L E. ..*).-?;->5.? --roo . : ; ¡R A, CT 12 S TOCOME, T - Illawarra;............. '.._...Oct. ISih. loth, and ITth. Coonamble ?. ...........Oct. 15th, Ifith, and ITlh. Emu Plains.......... I...,..."...¿..December S61I1 and87th lUiiilwtck New Year's Duy lUcei ........ Jan 1, ISM...- ,< \ ' North. HlcUmond....:...._................;_...Jau. 22nd, and xSrd.- Ç. . vícronrÁ. ' "v..' Jockey Club Spring . Meeting (200l> Guineas stakes).OctobtrUtb, 18ih and 10th. Turf Club Spring fleeting (Melbourne ' Cup).-.NoTember. TAB MAH IA. Ctuunplon'SaceUeetlng .^...V.^.'DecemberSrd, 4th,«nd 5th

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THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 28 September 1861

THE TURF. -TURF matters have- not been particularly brisk ?during, the past . week. -^In;. the absence . of any-, tiling nearer home to" engross -attention, -the Guineas.and Cup at Melbourne, and.- the Cham-' pion tryst at Tasmania, have formed the,,.only topics of gossip amongst- our1 city sportsmen. With' reference to -the former event, .the'million friends of Archer will be glad to learn that,' not- withstanding a rather rough passage, their favorite waa landed safely, without any injury, in company with his stable companions.Exeter and Inheritor, who are also engaged in the grand event. . In Melbourne, as in, Sydney, the renowned son1 of William Toll holds the leading position in the betting, his'látest price being 10 ,'to l,''ah'd 'With' i very little inclination on-the . pait bf the hook-' makers'tb increase their liabilities . even ,'at . tliat comparatively short price.; ; f.> >\ <.; Mr De M est re lias we learn secured-quiet and comfortable quarters in the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 28 September 1861

GENTLEMEN ..favouring us with orders for this journal will be' pleased to ondoso tho necessary -advance for sU-montlui. subscription,.vis 13«, ora £1 Boto which will co vor, three, quarters of tho year, -r , ' OTIOB.-Mr WILLIAM'JAMES, of thelVGolden Fleece Hotel, is hereby appointed Agent for BKLL'S LIFE JK SvDSur for tho Town and District , of Rock- hampton, in Queensland, and will receive subscriptions and advertisements from this date. PICKERING & NICHOLS.. Sydney, Sept. 3rd, 1801. ; '

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BELL'S LIFE IN SYDNEY. SYDNEY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1861, [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 28 September 1861

BELL'S LIFE IN SYDNEY. STBNSr, SEPTEMBER 28, 1861;'"O's Ma, JOHN GARRETT, much to'the disappointment nnd vexation, of certain honorable gentlemen, lias postponed until next. Friday his "patriotic" motton tor the payment bf Members for their Parliamen- tary services. ' As die question 'involves a finan- cial consideration of nearly thirty' thousand pounds ' -per annum, the public is of course deeply-inter-' ested in this contemplated ^invasion of the liberty"; of the popular pocket, particularly as the prospect! of receiving.anything in the ' shape o£ an adequate ! leturn for such an outlay is.altogether .hopeless. On the part of the honorable''mover, .and those : gentlemen who are likely to support his modest j proposition, the attempt is, 'no doiibt, worth 1 milking, for three hundred a year as Parliamentary , -pocket money, is certainly a . trifle "not to be .sneezed at" by those consistent ".friends of the . poor man.", There can be no question that the rprinci pie of -paying mem...

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AMSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 28 September 1861

AMBWEKS TO COHRESPOltDENTS. REMITTANCES 'RKCÉI VED from /Tc.fvâingietdrii* a;>S.Í Murrarunili : P. D.; Cooma; and R; V., Lambing Fla«. V.-" - B. R" QUART POT CREEK.-Received Xl on the Slit Autruit. Vf. a., WATSON'S DAY.-Not worth whll» forelther you or ut. i .' , <-?. - , T. O'C. SOPAT.A.-Many thank». t.'! J. T. R., WINDSOR,-We cannot appreciate, your . volunteer's poetry (t). Let ltira »tick to lilt rifle, and thrown down the pen, for he U nofuvored child of the Mutet. B. De L.-Wo ore not tufflctently convenant with the eubjeet to decide the pointe submitted. Vf. P. D.-Will endeavour to eniver you In our next. A. R., CAMPBELLTOWN_Tho distance either from Sydney or Melbourne to Otago lt about 1000 lullet. SPHYNX.-The bet lt void, neither hone being placed. To your second question-Yes. ^

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AQUATICS. GREAT SCULLERS' RACE BETWEEN JOHN H. CLASPER AND EDWARD EAGERS, TOR £50 A SIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 28 September 1861

AQUATICS. GEE AT ' SCULLERS* EACEJ3ETWEEN JOHN TL CLASPER AND EDWARD EAGERS, TOR £00 A SIDE. Tilia Tory interesting event took place last Tuesday ovening. Thero aro few young watermen who lmvo the pluck to tackle three engagements in so Bhort . a time as John Honry Claspor, who certainly, iii this respect, is bogiuning lifo most formidably, and,' of' course, - without tho prospect of BO continuing it-as it would lick any man put in a very short time | ho bargains to row against Pocock, on the 9th ;. at tho Thames National Regatta, on the 12th ; and against "Eagers, on tho 16th ; and that is surely going tho "whole hog,'! and, ss we have before said,! at a pace that could not last. Tho three engage- ments have necessarily given rise to much sporting, and, those who laid 10 to 1 against his winning'all threo, may ¡now consider thoy went rather too far, and that . they ! were deceived in their moro minute speculation of what: ho exactly could win, whioh was undeniably illus- trated in ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 28 September 1861

Da Ssrirrnr/iiST AJCD THE Witt, OP ISABELLA BANKES. -In'tho Court of Probate, on . Thursday, a suit was in stitutod by Thomas Sinotburst, who was convicted of felony on tho'80th of November, 1859, for the purpose of proving tho will of tho late Isabella Bankes, of 10, Alina Villas,' Bichmond. It will bo romombcred that by the will Miss Bankes bequeathed the wholo of hor pro Scrty to Dr Smetliurst, with tho oxcoption of a brooch lo liss Jenkins, a femalo friend, and that she appointed him sole executor. Tho defendants, who oro the sisters of tho testatrix, and Mr Tomlins, to whom one of them that tho plaintiff having been convicted of felony hod for- feited all claim to any right as residuary legatee, and tho next, that ho lind no claim to oct ns oxocutor. Tho oaso was argued at conBidorablo longth. Sir O. Cresswell, having gono through tho facts sf tho essa, said the au- thorities on tho question warp very few. Ho lind con sidorod thom most carefully, and he had como to tho conclusi...

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THE ATRICALS, & c. ROYAL VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 28 September 1861

. T H E ATBIC AL S, & c. BOYAL VICTORIA. Tho onpagoroont of Mndamo Mario Duret cannot BO far bo called, brilliantly .'successful, whioh is, doubtless ralhor attributable., toj the. apathy which has oiisted amongst play-goers during: the past week, than to any diminution r in the attractiveness of this talented lady's impersonations. .' It reflects but' atnnll credit upon tho gallantry .of otu*'gentlemen, citizens, , and tho good taste of thoir ladies, that thoy should of Into havo afforded auoh meagre r patronage to: entertainments of tho rc cherché class which have' bouivnightly provided for them. W^e suppose, howovor, it may bo in a groat mcaínro ac- counted for not by,nuy wunfc of appreciation ou their i part,, but by tho unparalleled stagnation of business, and tho drain made upon tho'oitizens' exchequer, during tho j recent campaign of the LyBtor Opera Company. Oo Monday tho drama of." Lucretia Borgia"; on Tuesday and ..Wednesday, " The French Spy" ; on Thursday, "Tho Q...

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DOGGETTS COAT AND BADGE. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 28 September 1861

DOGGETTS COAT AND BADGE. Although in tho swift and unvarying course of timo years havo rolled by since ono Afr Thomas Doggott, of facetious memory, gavo a coat and badgo to bo rowed for, and although tho wager introduces ;new. youngsters j unknown in tho annals of fame, and who frequently I lievergct a step further, yet Doggett's Coat and Biulgo i remains until this day tho molt popular boat raco of the I whola season. Il is tho more surprising, because during tho last few years, in every quarter coots and badges and to boot the no inconsiderable advantage of freedom of tho Thames hos been added-have been of ovcry doy occurrenco, whereas, in former times tho Doggett day was tho only chance that annually presonted itself for a youngster coniiug out ; and theso now wages havo, more- over, {rom tho fact of their including tho. young water- man while in bis seventeenth or eighteenth year, given an early opportunity of disposing their minds to tho cul- tivation of tho science of rowing; ...

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PIGEON SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 28 September 1861

' PIGEON SHOOTING. PICTOÏT.-A' pigeon match corné off-on Mr'HildorV 'ground, on tho 21st instant. Bbc mombers @ 10s "éach/ 3 birds;' eaoh member paving for Jus omi birds'; 25 yards rise. ' ' : Mr. J. M. Antill 1110.'S : T. A, Hilder 1 1 I 1.1 0... 5 T. M.. Crispe ,1,1 1.1.11 I .-.i.. » Vf. McF.ntyre 1 1 1 1 l l 0 . 6 J: Gwynncth. 0 0. 0 E. If. Crispe 0 0 *:....._.'"....".;....." O'' Pooley, versus Crisne. 21 yards riso ; £1 - stako ; tho ! loser to poy for tho birds ; 8 birds each. Mr. R. Pooley O o I .-....... i E. H. Crispe 0 0 1. I Brawn stakes.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 28 September 1861

: ;THEEIVETBX OPESSUKB.-Georgs JTarshallJiBS re- ' ceived'a .letter from Fred. Iñllvwhite, which tend« to'"^ dUpel"allaöUbts:that mißht bô ontcrtainod ns to th» probability of a visit to our colony from tho Elovonof England. Lillywhito says, "Thcro' wore ten nambi 1 'signed lost year, and tho party was porfectly ngrocaDlo to y go,by a first-class clipper."-S. Z. m Victoria. ' . *"«>.''

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 28 September 1861

PBOPOSK» Snow o> HORSES iii ' BRAIDWOOD.-Wo suggested in a former issuo tho propriety-or having, a show of «teilînna îri _Braidivood,.oii n day to bo hereafter named, sincó which timo wo have'srjoken to tho ownora of several of those animals, who qtuto .concur with ,the proposition, and oro willing to bring their horses to town ' on any Thursday which mny,.bo,most convenient to tall parties. It is necessary, theroforo, that sulHciont notice of tho day should bo given, and wa have been requested to mnke it known that' Thursday, tho'17th of October' noxt, is tho day at pres'ont proposed for tho show.1' Tho only thoroughbred Jiorao that can put in nh appearance; will bo the importod horso New Wnrrior, whoso un-' equalled podigrcp, nnd tho groat superiority of hm stock, aro sure to gain for him hosts of admirers. ' Draught stock will, however, bo bettor roprosontod. In Braid- wood wo flavo Mr Thomas Eairhurst's magnificent horse .Young Sampson, who is in splendid condition. Mr Jarret...

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