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GOODWOOD RACES. WEDNESDAY, JULY 31. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 28 September 1861
GOODWOOD RACES. AYEDKESDAY. JULY'31, The GOODWOOD STAKES of 25 so vs each, 16 ft, (md only S if declared ; tho secoud receives 100 sp'vs from the stakest "two miles mid a half; 00 subs, 66 of whom declared. Lard Coventry's Elcho, by Rifleman, 3 yrs, Sat lSlb...J. Salty V I Alt ll. Ten Broeck's Startle, C yrs, 7»t Sib....G. Fordham 3 Morris's Dalham, 3 yn; Sst 121b.".Mldgeley 3 Lord Wilton's Jingling Johnny, S yrs. Sit 71b.............;Carroll .' 4 Mr R. Ten Broeck's Umpire, 4 yr«, Sst llb."...A. Edward. 0 Lord Westmoreland's Schism, 5 yr«, 7«t 71b ........J. Adama 0 Ilaron Mvlcrc'B Hurprlse, 4 yr«,'7«t llb.H. Grimshaw 0 Lord Lincoln'« Lupus, 3 yrs,'7&lt;t 31b .J. Snonrden . 0 Mr Henry'« eh e The Brownie, ! yr«, Sit 121b...J. Doyle ' 0 Vnjiie'a Sbiywreck, 3yri,¡6«l71b (carried íit 101b)...". '-'?.'. .G. Panont 0 J. Day's Canary, 3yrs, itt 71b.....Whitely .0 Hotting : 6 to 4, ogst Starke,- 5 to 2 ogst Elcho, 7 to 1 oach agst Scliism and Canary, 10 to 1 ogst Dalham, 25 to 1 cad...
THE RACING ESTABLISHMENT OF THE LATE DUKE OF BEDFORD. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 28 September 1861
THE RACING ESTABLISHMENT OF THE LATE ! ' " DUKE OP BEDFORD. . Tho entire racing establishment of tho lato Duke of Bedford was put up to publie auction last Wednesday at Newmarket. Tho catalogue waa of a somowhnt miscella- neous description. It comprised thirty-soveri lots, amongst which were tho ' horses, vans, stabling, and trainer's residence. The,attendance of purchasers and others who wore merely attracted by.curiosity/.wns very largel Tho " foroign market" was represented by Com- missioners from America, Prance and Australia,, and at times' competition was' sustained with much anima- tion.* The distinguished, . sportsmen who assem- bled under Mr . Tattersall's rostrum, formed u group which . an '.enterprising photographer . would havo" gladly, preserved, v Amongst.. them wo noticed the Earl of Derby, the Marquis of Exeter, tho poko of Beaufort, tho Earl of Chesterfield, the Earl of Stamford and Warrington, Viscount Clifden, Lord Orford, Lord W. Powlett, Lord Uxbridge,' Lord Gto...
THE WIFE MURDER NEAR WISBEACH EXTRAORDINARY ADMISSION OF GUILT. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 5 October 1861
THE* WIFE MURDER NEAR WISBEACH EXTRAORDINARY ADMISSION OF GUILT; Attovsttu Halton was nr*-*lgned «t tho Norfolk asmes o i Monday, before Mr Justice Wightman, Tor the vrilfu. murder of r,tarlotto Hilton, hUvufo, at Parson Drove o i tho 2nd of Marah, 18fil. PrUoner wa» arraigned on fie magistrate's committal, and under the coroner'« warrant. On being asked liotv ho pleaded, he said, in a firm and .««Heated voice, " Guilty." His Lordship (to the prisoner)-" I am not quite sure that you clearly understand tho precise naturo of the charge against j ou. Tho charge u that you not only killed your wife-and I bog j ou to understand this* -but that you killed lior with deliberate intent so to do, or, as the law expresses it, ' ol malice aforethought,' that is too,' without such circumstances of explication or pro- vocation as might, in the eye of the lan-, reduce your .oí/i-noo,to manslaughter. I may further say that I be- lieve that tho interests of publie justice would be best evsi-Ved in t...
SYDNEY MARKETS, FRIDAY. WHOLESALE PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 5 October 1861
aVXDNEV MARKETS,' FÜU0Ä.V. ; ,v ;,., « . wiiotusAi.« rateas'- ' . ', - , &lt;". MAT, .!> &lt;M tn Ts Oil per bushel : (lour. £18 to X13- 10s per ton 1 malte, 41 &lt;Si> to4sHd s r'iululi harley, S* M to Wat ca|>e do 6,per l'iishel¡oalen h«), preued. £8 10s tu £B per ton : unpreutdi'£7 10a; lucerne-hay, ¿6 16* to £7 pur-»ni butter. 1« lil lol« 3ili cheese, dil ta 0-1 ; baron, fld i o«a la 6.1 to 2a 0&lt;1 per dozen ; fowl«. 2a 6,1, t lU Cd per couple t pilâmes. £0 £3 10« ¡ mt pU»4n per pound i beeil tallow £.13 : mutton ditto, ¿¡«8 to £50 pn ton ; Ullin«, 2» 6d to 4a. tuhticcj, li2rtr&lt;> ia 6 c1 per lb, teal quality i luceme seed, la perin, rutan, 1st peremlat ral clover,titilo dlltot «hilo Duull.'iiM par n> ; Kiailou anil mUetl gristles,ti* 6d par lb. anrKhum saciharutuui, Ci (er lu; seod usts, Sa 6d lo 8» W, pet busliel : fecit oata, 6s FRItttJS ANU SON, Commission Agents
SPORTING CHRONICLE. RACES TO COME. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 5 October 1861
SP ORT, KG CHRONICLE. a A O E S TO COME. [lUvrarra.........." .Oct. lSlli, 10th, «na lTth. Coonamble.-."Oct. 15th, ICih, and Uth. Emu Plain.-.December ICih andirth llaii.lwick Notv Yene'! lUjrlUce«.JIM. 1,UM. North Richmond,.....-.-..Jan. SJnil, and Slid. VICTORIA. .' Jockey Club 6prina> Meattnj (soon Gutnru »lakei).October 17'b, lids and lOtli Turf Club Spring Meetltiff (Utlbourae Cup).~....-. Ntrember. TASÜAXIA..' Champion ria« Mealing...... -.Ueouulxr »rfl, H», «ad «tb.
ORIGINAL COREESPONDENCE. RICHARDSON'S POINT. To the Editors of Bell's Life in Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 5 October 1861
ORIGINAL C0REE8P0NDENCS.:,- - >? i ii i . ?fettJ t' r s- .. I BICHARDSON'S POINT.' ' * * To the'Editors of JBeWs Life in Sydney. '.. BEAU SIRS-I must apologise for not having written to you before, but all what should havo boen spare time ?lias been employed .in.looking after, my horses, ' tho feed on the r road being very meagre . and causing' tlieni to stray considerably without-careful'vratehing, from our tent at night. " I hare sinco my departure given a few Assaults.D'Arinos both at Mudgee and at a new rush about l8 miles from there called Spicer's Creek. The ground belongs to a Mr Thomas' Spicer, an old resident of this district, who obtains a royalty of £1 per month from each man for permission to dig on tho property,' There aro a great number of Chinese on the ground, but not ico Ima-boon given that no more permits will be grautod to them on tho expiration of tho current ones. Spicer himself is vory much liked by tho diggers, mid ia altogether a Uno free hearted man i in ...
THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 5 October 1861
THE TURF. The satisfactory result of the debate on Ma BULL'S motion lor restoring the Queen's Plate will impart a ireah stimulus to breeders and racing men, and open a new page jn our turf history. We know not whether the withdrawal of this par- ticular prize actually brought about the result; but there is no denying the fact, that since the Parliament unwisely (as we stated at the tinie) refused this most loyal and appropriate vote, our stock have to some extent deteriorated, or rather we bhould say the inducement for active compe- tition being removed, our breeders have not en- tered with any degree of spirit into that professional rivalry which on the turf,as elsewhere, never fails to prove beneficial. We may now, however, venture lo hope for better things iu future. With the restoration of this coveted prize, our breeders will once more bestir themselves to maintain the reputation of their respective establishments, and, conoui|iu>nt upon cudi oxcrtione, racing- the real and ...
CENTRAL CRIMINAL COURT. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 30TH. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 5 October 1861
CENTRAL CMMINAIi COURT. IToN'nAT, SEPTEÍÍOFH flOrii. BEFOHTS Mr Justice Milford. i BunGiunv.-William Carr wa» indicted for-burgla- riously entérinée tho houie of one William Brown, at Potts' Point, Woolloomooloo, during the night between 31st July ««id lot August, and atealingthoreirom a natch, valued at £6, a nugget of gold, viuuetl at £5, a telescope, and divers other artiulei. Verdict, guilty. Sentence, 6 years on tho roads. >' .1 ' MunDMt.-George Kennedy was indicted for the mur- der of Ed» in Brown, nt Sydney, on the 2ud August, Iho Attorney-General conducted tho prosecution. Mr Ullis defended the prisoner. Verdict, gudty of manslaughter. I Sontonce, 7 years on the roads. ?. ' TUESDAY, OCTOBBB 1st. ( ' HKronK the Chief Justice. , ¡ , BunOLAJíY.-John Taylor was indicted for having on the morning of the'19th August last (at 2 a.m.), burgla- riously entered the houso of Lewis Kraus, and for hating there stolon a handkerchief, the property .of tho latter. Acquitted. , OBTAINI"*»...
NOMINATIONS FOR SECOND NEW SOUTH WALES BIENNIAL—1862-'63. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 5 October 1861
NOMINATIONS FOR S1ÎCOKI) ÏEW SOTJTn WAliES BIENNIAL-1802-'63. Sire. Dam. IT. Mackellar ch e Blood Royal.Plti'ord.Polyxa T. J. Robarla cb. o Thormanby.Chevalier .(Inderella R. Haiaall h t ditto.».Min Morgan Ditto ch t ditto .Deformed Oeo. Itouae b o Warwick.Langnr (lueen A. Benman eh t Desdemona.......Cosiact .Lady Julia ti. Richards be Utile Bird.(Jbatttrbox.Lola Montea llilto bo Rioter.- ...-Magu.Georgiana W.Town b f Lady-Mary.»...Warwick.Marion Id. Dixon eli c Rockingham .Pinfold.Amy Robiart Ditto ch f Zúiotita...'...". ditio ......... Amber i.Tali'achf Ma«u«.....Sultana Ditto bf ditto .St John Queon Ditto bf ditto .Industry J. H. O'Malley cn o ' Milford .........Fairy J. Alford, junr. b e Pyrrhus tod ... .New Wairlcr...Doctrc-i.
PUBLICANS' GENERAL LICENSING BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 5 October 1861
PUBLICANS' GENERAL LICENSING BII,Ii> On Thursday the Honso went into committee for tho further consideration of the Licensing Bill. -,.''. Clausos'15,1C, and 17 were pasacd without romark. In clause l8, air WILSON proposed an amendment, for reducing tho publicans' licensing fee from thirty pounds to twenty«. ', ... .. i t , .t - i i. _ - After a long discussion, tho amendment was carried on division bv a majority of ono. ' , Immodfately upon tho.rcmlt of tho division-Jboing declared, Mr CoivTEB' moved (that the Chairman report progress, andi asli leavo to, sit - again ont Wednesday next.- 4, 15 . .1 - : . , A division being,callad for, tho motion, was affirmed by. a small majority,! &lt;.'£,' _ . > ..." , if , The House resumed,- and a division took place upon the motion for tho further consideration of the Licensing Bill on Wednesday next, which wns lost.. 1 - &lt; , . , 1 A matter of form motion of adjournment being mads, a warm debato onsuod upon tho decisio...
LATEST BETTING IN VICTORIA AND TASMANIA. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 5 October 1861
IiATUSI BETTING IN VICTORIA AND TAS MANIA. "TWO T1C0U3A.HD OUUfXAS. SO to 10 «fat Flying Buck (ta) I ino to lu aga Platcatcher (tk) S to 1 " Mormon (oin I SU to 5 " Stormy Petrel (tk) 300 to 21 " Eagle Hawk (tk I ion te S " Duziard (oITi ii) | 100 to S " Moscow («IT) 300 to» " Eagle's Plumeftk) I too lo? " Falcon (tk) 100 to M " Camden foff) llOOtoG " Grey Dawn (tk) (to IO tk) j loo to J " Sa-tna (oil) 100 to 10 " Secundus ilk; I ¡MEMOCHHK cur. 100 to « on the Arid (oirj bar I loo to S »get Kagle'e Plumo (tk) 1 Archer SOO ta T ,, Mack Beat (tk) 100 tod auit Hedoia -.Ik) ) TAtMiNIAK CltAUrtO» STAKE« 109 lo 14 ajatl'lyinK Duel (Ik) I 100 to» agst Bolero (tk) HUTTING Ar HOBART 10WN*. «0 W 10 agit l'lyinn Buck | IO i to 10 agit Midnight (with aatart) | lOiltolO ,, Livingston*.
SHEPHEEDIUS. A LAY OF OLD ST. LEONARDS,—A.D. 1864. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 5 October 1861
SHEPHEEDIUS. A LAY, or Ox.» ST. LEOX.UUUS,-A.D. I30i Bold Shepherdius of.Kissing Point, A candidate, became, ' To represent St Leonards and Eora Senatorial fume. He was bucked by duped FarnoLLiu» Farnelliu* «horn lia sold, With hopes of Central Cumborlaiid, And votera at his solo command, To vote as they woro told. . i He stood upon tho hustings, and * . By his fond hopos ho swore, That the crazy punt no longer Should bo to us a bore ; But that a noble biidgo should span The river where the steamers ran. By his fond hopes ho swore it And having lots of tin, Ho bade his musscngors ride forth, Eist and West, and South and North, To bring olectord in. Sast and West, and Koith and South, * By horsemen and by cars, On dies tho nowa, " Shcpherdiui mean« "To eoll the Field of Mura!" Now alíame on each doctor, Who comes not to tho poll, When Sheplicrditi-s goei tho animal Not quarters, but tho whole. Tho doctors of St Leonards now Aro pouring in «main, . UTOUI every hut and gunyah in, Tho C...
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 5 October 1861
.LOCAL - INTELLIGEHCE. - 'A,'SAX» APFAXU.-It is inuclTito b« regretted that atumicH sup,portor(of tho Turf tlike David Bucham lîsq, MÎP. tbr Morpeth,* oliould havo?been cimpell(U| deelaiojiii the BOUBO on-Tuêsdnv^tliat,,"lie had ut,, met in any líúpt of tho> world with .such" shabby tm incut as hq'iuul received on the Rand» ¡ck Raccrounu. It does not' Ucrtninly argue much for the " liberal nob« of the Stewards to hear such a complaint from a gwl man whoso sporting sympathies havo ever been di played in a coimistcnt und generous advocacy oft) caueo of raoing progres». As u " fast niau" himself t| honorable member is naturally a warm admirer of equi velocity, mid but for the "shnbby treatment" to whi hu alluded, would no doubt have put his valuable n into the " pluto" on Tuesday, particularly «s being "d Queen's" it would havo »Horded him an opportunity paying a " patriotic" compliment to the august U¡ who has "conferred respectability on Royalty." Itu bo hoped that the Jockey Club...
TAKE THIS CUP OF SPARKLING WINE. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 5 October 1861
"'TAKE iniS ; CUP OF, SPARKLING WINE.. . BY FZLIX DAVIS. ( Tako thii cup of sparkling wine, 'lis of Colonial mako ¡ If on red herrings you wcro weaned > Your thirst I know 'twould slake ! It is " tho cup that cheers," but ne'er Will you ooquamtanoe scrape With matutinal headache if You drink thojtuco of grape 1 Talk not of Tooth's soduoing ale, ?- "Brown ahorrj" do not name, Nor e'en old Sootia's whiskey strong, That has a world wide fame' * To them was I dovoted once, ' And thought them really Uno ; &lt; But now Pvo bottor seirsc, and drink Australia's gouorous wine 1 , * For throa long months Colonial win« r Has boon my only " taok," j And now I lovo it quito os well . As Falstaff did lus " sack !" Teeto talk ra aro very well, Thoir dooti mes 1 admiro, ?" &lt; But, roally, to bo " crammed" «nth thora I've not tho least desire I _"' Than rake thii oup of sparkling wine, . Ana di-ink with mo this toast Hero*« to our ' potiiolo ' bold and pure, Australia's proudest...
THEATRICALS, &c. ROYAL VICTORIA.—DRAMA. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 5 October 1861
THEATRICALS, &c. ROYAL VICTORIA.-DRAMA. Wo hinted, when speaking a fortnight ago of the de- pression of tho theatre», that probably bettor times would soon succeed ; but we regret to cay, that no amount of eU'ort on tho part of management and penonel, has had any visible favorable effect in bringing good audiences to the house. We have, however, two now pieces to record m this week's programme. Charlotte Cordny and Mario do Rudenz or tho Undying One. 'J he first of theso is a strong Drama of tho French Modern School ; and the principal character is admirably personated by Madame Duret, who we regret much to say, ovor excita hersell too much, by playing night after night oven to the injurj of her health. Mr ilnynor as Frederick Beauchanan in the auiuc piece, gave us another proof of his excellence as an artisto ; and we hopo to ace him soon in parts moro suited to his talents. This druinu of Charlotte Cordny, although styled "historical" by, wo presumo the author, lias nothin...
AQUATICS. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 5 October 1861
AQUATICS. = BAI.ÏIAIH RICQATTA, ST. ANDHKW'S DAT.-A public înoeting was hold in tho "Buriibiiiik Hotel," Balmuin, on Wednesday evening last, to arrange preliminaries for this annual ovent. The attendance was numerous uñd of tho right Bort... R. Ronald, F.sq, S.V., being called to tho chair, a list of thirty names was proposed, out of which a.committee of eighteen was elected by ballot. After election, the members of committee present con- stituted a meeting and went into figures at once; Mr ii. Woolnough was appointed Treasurer, and Mr-F. Sponcu secretary'. ' We understand the Committee coin iiionco operations with a handsome buluiu-e in limul from last. year. For other particulars i-eo our advertising columns. The Balmain Regatta has always been a most popular affair, ami wo sincerely wish tho promoters of it every success.