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THE SPIRIT OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 5 October 1861

THE SPIRIT OF THE WEEK. Nothing of importance has occurred to break the monotony of the post week. Business continues in a most depressed condition, and complaints aro in conse-' quenco heard on all sides. In tile Legislative Counoil bn»innss i« progressing favourably, but in tho Assembly wo have to ropoit tho absenco of overt thing but fun. Mirth alone seems to inspire our jolly representatives, the duties with which they have been entrusted by tho peoplo being deemed wholly unworthy of serious consideration by our "friends," the value of »hose laboura for tho week,, amounts ni usual to nothing. The American ship Competitor had a very narrow es- cape from destruction by fire on Saturday evening. For- tunately tho fire waa discovered in time, and prompt assistance being rendered, was extinguished without any material damago being done. Johanna Burna has been committod at Maitland, for concealing tho birth of hor child. Mrs Thompson, Mrs Cooke and her dnughter wore lately drowned in ...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ROYAL LYCEUM. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 5 October 1861

ROYAL LYCEUM. At this pretty little bonboniers, tho dominant attrac- tion for tho past week linn been' Mr Citarlos Young, of whom we need Bay only that he is wonderfully at home as "Bobstay" in Larboard Fin ¡ and, that, as "Mirza" in the now ourlcsquo of tho Brido of Abydos, ho.js quite inimitable, lio is a roost natural and genuine comic netor, and highly appreciated by tho audience. Wo ud mired him greatly in an original little* pieco .called the "Young Widow." The plot aud construc- tion lias nothing very extraordinär}- in it, but tho dialoguo is humorous and tho situations broadly comic. The managemont of this theatre well supported by on efficient company continues to deserve a duo shiiro of the patronage of our pluy-goers ¡ and wo make no doubt they will continue to do BO. Wo defer a more ample notice until next week.

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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WEIGHTS FOR THE BALLAARAT GRAND HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 5 October 1861

?WEIGHTS FOB TUT! BAM/AABAT GliAND HANDICAP. GHEAT MBTBOPOllVAl* OoiiDl'IJtLD HANDICAP, .of 16 nova each, 5 sore forfeit, etc, with 150 som added. [ Distance, two railes two furlongs and forty-two yards. Tha second horse io receive SO sors from tho stakes, and tho third homo to saro hi» stalte. Fire SOYS paid .:' «.cceptjncos to bo m ad o and finnl 10 BOYS paid on tho | night of general anary for tho spring rueca. The win ' ner of the 'l\vo U&oúsand Guineas or Melbourne Cup to carry 51b acia* ; of any handicap of tho advertised valuo of 100 aovs, after tho declaration of weights, 31b extra j of two or more such racos, 51b extra. -JL'oiialties not accumulative beyond 71b. I'ive per cent, to be deducted from the gross stake for oxponaes. Present valuo of the ataKo, SOG sov«. Ate. air/. Henderson ni brg Othello .-. a> C. D. Fisher'* hr m Midnight. » T. J. Davln's ir gFlatcatcher.~. ? J.R. Cowcll's erg (.after Grey .» a J. B.Cowetl'ab h Burnrd....~. ft d. «'alson'e b g Boleto...

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EXTRAORDINARY TRIAL OF A PRIEST AND A NUN IN PARIS. (From the Independance Belge.) [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 5 October 1861

i EXTRAORDINARY TRIAL OF A PRIEST I . AND. A NUN IN, PARIS, , (iïom the Indépendance Belge.) - A most extraordinary amur lins just como before the Paris Court of Correctional Appeals, "^l'ho 'Abbé liou luiid, a priest of the dioceao ol' Yewailles, and Mdlle. Adela Chevalier, the Lady Superior of the Ouvre de la Reparation, appeared at tho bar on their appeal against a conviction tor swindling, pronounced by the Versailles tribunal. From a ropoi t presented to his brother Judges by Councillor Haton, the following facts appeared : Adele Chevalier pretends that, after being givuu over hy- the doctors, she waa miraculously cured of blindness and a cerebral congestion by tho intercession of Our Lady of La Salutto. This miracle happened in January, 1854, at Soibsone, where, at that time, she was a postu- lant in tho Convent of St Thomas de Villeneuve. The news rapidly spread through tho diocese, and the Bishop desired the vicar-general, Mr Guyard, tha senior member of the cathedral chapte...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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PIGEON SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 5 October 1861

*'. PIQEOH- SHOOTING.. " TnK GiuMi MATOK.-:At a meeting held liu,t night at Tattirsall'a it was arranged that the grand mutch, " Town v. Country'? should tako placé on Su(urdoy next, 12th instant-the conditions being tw elvo muiubers' usUh?^ 11 birds euch, 23 yiirUs Viso; li oz shot,-100 yards boundary. Another meet inç to uudto final ai-ranguineiits will be held on Tuesday evening. Wo may mention that the match will bo for u dinner and the co.it of the birds.

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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THE RIFLE ASSOCIATION'S FISST ANNUAL MEETING. THIRD DAY, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 28TH. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 5 October 1861

THE RIFLE ASSOCIATION'S FISST ANNUAL MEETING. TnniD DAY, SAIU-IDAY, bEPTEMUL'R 2Sin. FoutiTii MATCH.-Mesara Hall and Aldorson's prize One Calisher'and Terry's patent breeoh-londing rifle, with sword bayonet, ammunition, &e, value £21.-To bo shot for hy Volunteers' only, with any rifle, each company to send ono competitor for every twenty mon. J Each competitor to have fivo shots at 500 yards range. Mr Hunt, with a long Enfield, of No 1 Company, and Mr Roberts, with a Westby Richards, of No 3 Company, mode a tio of 6 points each ; these two gentlemen con- sequently eliot off ; in the first they scored 1 each, iu tho second 1 each, and in the third Mr Kobcrts made a centre, and Mr Hunt an outer. Hie prize uus, there- fore, awarded to Mr Roberta. * SECOND MAIOK.-The Silver Cup of tho Association, valued at £50, or fifty pounds in money. The last distance- of 900 yards was shot oil" on Saturday. Sharp, Mounted Rifles. s beaumont, No .1. 0 H ui»ey, St Leonard's . I O. French, Pen...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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BREACH OF PROMISE OF MARRIAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 5 October 1861

BREACH OF PROMISE OP MARRIA&E. At the Hereford Asoi-os, on Friday, an action vas brought by Anne Hedge, a minor, who sued through her next fr-iend, her mother, to recover.diunugca from tho defendant,' Mr Barrett, for tho breach of his promise to murry her. The defendant pleaded tliat hu did not promise to marry tho plnintiQ, and also that u. rcáson Dle timo had not been allowed him to perform his promise. Mr Montague Chambers, Q. C, in opening the case, said lliat the plaintifT was a young woman 19 years of agc, possessing considerable personal attractions, and the daughter of respectable persons, but in an humble con- dition of life, residing tit Snrrctt-green, near Walford, and tho dofendant was n small farmer, living on his own properly in the same neighbourhood, and who was very considerably older than the plaintifT; and this action was brought by her mother, her jîulier having died dur- ing tho interval, to recover damages from tho dofendant for having broken a solemn e...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 5 October 1861

A NATJTIOIL TTJIÍA,-"What would our wives any if they know wlicro wo woro r" said tho captain of a schooner, whon they were bent lug about in a thick fog, ftwrful of going on Bhoro. " ITumph, I should not mjnd that," ropliod tho mate, " if w« only know whcro~wt* wert) ourselve*,*'

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SYDNEY HOUSE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 5 October 1861

SrDNEY HOUSE OIA.IIKBT. Meas» Putt and Co notice an incteasc demand for well-broken horses, which are still unusually scarce, the supplies 01* late con- stating of vertr Inferior animals. Since last report we have sold several small lota front the coast districts, prices for which have renrted from £JU to £32 for harness horses, and £10 to £23 for saddle do, ; also at the Camperdown Yards, on Thursday, -'S par- ticularly lino useful colts, bred by Mr J. Macdonald, of Mr Tyrl Tyrl Teralbo, certainly the best lot of the season, for which there T unusual competition prices, rouging from US to £21 5s, making an averaged* £ H per head. Mr. U. Munyu reports :-The scarcity of thnrourttibreit saddle and harneas b trans lus lieeii remarkably apparent thla week In the great >1llll<titiy tb-tt tia« been erperienced in sunpl>iiic orders The sale fir stuck generally lias Uen very favorable alihnugh the arrivals of country horses bave been limited, whllt-, for siron-r yout.g coil...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 5 October 1861

> ' Department of Publio Works* ' ' - Sydney," <tth October,' 1801. i . TENDEBS EOIt PUBLIC WOBKSiAND . '«.-4 ,i i. SUPPLIES:- .". I . i »"PENDERS aro invited for tho following' PHBL1C 'JL '-WOBKS'ANDSUPPLIES. ' . .>'.. < Eor full particulars BOC Government'Gazelle, a file'of which is kept at ovory Police Office in the colony. No tender will bo taken into consideration, unless'the name of the work for which it is intended bo writton on tho cover. " ' ' i ' Nature of Works and. Supplies. Dates to which Tenders can bo re 'ccived at this OiHoc Repairs, Sec., Telegraph Station, Gundagai.,..,. Erection of Addition to Berrima Gaol. 12 o'clock noon,'on Tuesday, 8th Octo- ber. Construction of a Bridge at Kylo stone.-. ..,. . Construction of Additions to Stoney Creek Bridge. 12 o'clock, noon, on Tuesday, 22nd Octo- ber. Erect imi of Lodging Houses on | 12 o'clock, noon, on Glebo Tsland ... .... I Tuesday, 20th Oc ] tober. * i 888 W. M. AHÑOLDT" SUPERIOR READY MADE...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 5 October 1861

na.TXA.itcn Tatc-u,-"lay. Ha Oil to 8s Oí t straw Ss Gd to 6a Odt wheat. 6» od to 6s Oil ¡corn, ia M tr>4s9d: barley, Si to Ca Odt "»'.. tis to 6) ed t green stulf, lad lo Is 3-1 per dozen itinullos. cowa, £0 Is to £10 le | calves, 26s to SS* | bark, £4 10a to £6 la per ton. J. R. LINDSEY. Lessee.

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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY—Tuesday. QUEEN'S PLATE. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 5 October 1861

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY-Tuesday. QUEEN'S PLATE. Mr BELL moved, " That this Houso will, on Friday next, resolve itsolf into a committee of the whole, to con iidor of an addresa lo tho Governor, praying that his Excellency will be pleased to causo to bo placed on the estimates, a sum not exceeding £200, to provide for a Queen's Plate, to bo run for annually, on Randwick Racecourse, under tho auspices of the Australian Jockey Club." lu making this proposition to tiru House ho thought in tho first placo it would act as an inducement to horsebrceders to rear good stock, and he believed unless they gave some oncotiragomont to horsebrceders they could not get thom to produce good stock. He know that this prizo would be much coveted, and that owners of race horses would sooner win it than five limo3 the amount of money. Ho quoted as a pre- cedent for his motion that there were some thirty-four Queen's plates given annually in England, and somo sixtoon in Ireland, and the samo number in Scotlan...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 5 October 1861

NORTH RICHMOND RACES. TO »orno off on JANUARY the 22nd nnd 2Srd, 1802. Xb* MAIDSX PÍATE of £30, li milo, for nil puro maidens up to the time of entrance. Entrance to bo received nftcr this diito for the Maldon l'lnte by WILLIAM It. CLARKE, Secretary, 'North Rich- mond. ' '* P.S.-AU particulars will appear in a future adver- tisement.- \V. n. O. " -»¿-781 ryo .1 : ST Am) THIS SEASON AT HORSLEY, the Estato of Edward "Weston, Esq. tho Thorough brad horse PEOIECTOR, By Safogunrd out of Idleness, by Colwick ; Safeguard by Defonoe out of Sclitn maro, &o. Tide Stud Boole, vol. a, pago 206. THUMS ; A single maro. 7 guineas Two or moro... 6 guineas each, Groomago included. ¡ Oood paddocks provided, but no risk incurred. N.B.-All maro» to bo removed 6y tho 1st January, L863, at -which timo pnymonts to bo mudo. , 727 r "<0 STAND THIS SEASON, AT MR. T. FAIRUURSrS, Sohw Tstreet, llraidwood. Tho Celebrated > Imported Draught Stallion. "YOUNG SAMSON." , He is a dark Ohettnut,...

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BELL'S LIFE IN SYDNEY. SYDNEY, OCTOBER 5, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 5 October 1861

BELL'S LIFE -IM . SYDNEY. . ST2)XJ¡r, OCTOBJSB 6,. 1861. 1 Tim opposition with which the motion of Mr , BELL, in leterence to the appropriation ni' £200 annually for the establishment of a " Queen's Plate" was met in the Assembly, was precisely such as might have been expected from the poli- tical prodigies who offered it. Amongst a ceitain ela»» of our legislator«, anything that does not .-immediately coincide with their own peculiar ' view» or personal interests, however much it may be productive of PUBLIC advaiituite, is sure to be regarded in a spirit of the mott Lilliputian dimen- sions, tina ti "patriotic" attempt is inmieduttly mude tu "¡»trundle it on the spot." Of this fact wa have, unioitunately, BO many reniai kable proofs, that we were perfectly prepared for the f i unless hostility shown to Mr BULL'S very unxleiate proposition. The arguments, if auch (bey may be called, by which the attempted op - petition was supported, were characterized by 'tb,at,aectarkui cant and "...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 5 October 1861

rtiiAWARiu s. N. covce'Asnr. WOLLONG ONO-Every Monday, Wednesday, Thor». day, and Finlay. K &' KIAMA-Every Mondny, Wednesday^ond-fliridiiy? S. HAVEN-Ri cry Tuesday an'd Friday.* -* '' ULLADULLA-Every Monday. CLYDE RIVER-Evory Monday and Thursday. MORUYA, GULF DIGGINGS-Every Monday aa4 Thursday. ,' MERIMBULA-Kvcry Monday. "' SEO MUDGEE AND THE WESTERN^ DISTRICTS. THE "WESTERN POST»'is the only piper pub. lished at Mudgee. It therefore possesses a circu- lation not oxoccdod by any paper in the Western dis- tricts, and alfords peculiar advantages to Sydney adver- tisers. Mudgeo is upwards of 100 milos from Bathurst, the nearest: town m which a paper is1 published, Tha rates of advertising arc liberal, mid contracts ran bemad» with the Sydnoy Agent-Mr.- EDWARD GREVILLE, 8 Bridgo-atreet. - ' - -..0Í . . 6Ï8 GUANO FROM THE SOUTH SEA ISLANDS. NU R S E R Y M E N, MARKET GARDENERS, FARMERS, and other«, aro-soh'citod to make s trial of this MANURE, as thoso who havo already used it fu...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 5 October 1861

MISCELLANEOUS. Sriitix RAÍ-PINO.-A contemporary journal publishes the following uucuunt of a euiritual seance, supplied by a correspondent, who Is described by the editor ni'" n per- son oi high reputation for-sagaoity, love of truth', and all other qualities that enter into tho composition of an ad- mirable character :"-"I took a friend, «ho wished to bo present ut u seance, to a lady's house in Regent's park, who has boen a groat deal in India ; and in the driiwing-rooin sho has a number of idols of the Uurinoso gods, heavy brass idols, and other Indian curiosities. It is a good-bued,' cheerful room. Wo sat down, seven, to a loo-table-aoven-two of the party being Air and Mrs Home (tho lattor being in what ia beliorod the last Btago of consumption) ; tho usual raps and table tilt« com- menced, and I made my friend go under tho tabla for some timo, that sho might seo tho impossibility of any trick ; ' while there, tho raps were to her hearing on the top of the table. It »as evening,...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 5 October 1861

Brutton, tho teller of tho Union Bank at Otago, has vanished with a sterling proof of his rosnoot for lils em- ployers. II o is supposed to hare proceeded to England by tb« Roxburgh Castle from Melbourne-. ' ' NOUTIIÜ-M^BBLANU Jo'cKEY CLUB.-A meeting off this club »as held'ut.tlie Duiusuii liotol, on Monday evening to consider niattersot great, uuporlauce to the club', The chair was occupied'by Mr Baldiwii,"~ñ1io opined the pro- ceedings by'-'n.-iidiiif} the advertisement convening the meeting. - 'Iho secretory then'reuiï'a statement of the re-, ueipu.und disbun>emeuts of the club 'up to tiio'piescuV lune, from which ituppearod that tho former uiuouuted to JfcöOa 12s. (including u balance of £3 16a. from lust j fur), und the" lutter to ¿787 lös. Cd. Mr Gorrick proposed "'1 hat tho Christinas l-ueo» bo curried on under the man- agement of the Northumberland Jockey Club, mid that Air Arkins' be requested to hand over uny balance ho inaj - have iii hand to the treasurer of the club"...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 5 October 1861

LOBS Jomr RUSSELL'S FABBWELH TO »mB HOUBÏ OF COMMONS.-Lord John Russell appeared on Tues day evening, for the last time, in hie placo in Parliament as a member of tho House of Commons. Immcdtululj ' »fter lie had answered the questions which woro put to him in the early part of tho evening sitting, ho quitted his placo on tho Ministerial bondi and pnssod over to tho front opposition bench, whoro Mr Walpolri, Mr Henley', and other loading members of tho Conscn-ativo party noro seated, no remained hi conversation with those hon.'members for a. few moment», and then, after H-pnrUnlí shake of tho hand, especially cordial in tho ?caso of Mr Henley, rooroaaeJ tho liouiu, pn-iing behind tho Speukor's 'chair. Ho ihook hands with tho "richi 1 ' bon. geátleman, and finally q uttetl tho House, of which . for 47 yeirj ho had been one of tho mb»(_prr>mmE-it and distinguished member«, n fen minutes before 7 o'clock. Tho Iloutu was verv thin at tha timo, and from tho Îiuiefc manner in which the...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 5 October 1861

IsiPABTiALiTr.-A clergyman lind observed ono of ?hi« {look neleop during his unrmnn. Ho paused nnd called him to^ordor. " Jooms Robson, yo aro sleeping ; I insist on your woking when God's Word is proaoheil to ye." " Well,' «tr, you may look nt your ain seat, tint! yo'lt soo a' slnupor foVbye mo," answered Jcoms, pointing to tho "clergyman's lady in tint minister's paw." "Then, .Tooms,"' «aidtho ininiefer, "whoiiyo sec my wlfo naluep ngain,' lund tip y-iur hand." By-nhtl-by tho arm wus stretched out, 3*11 sure enough tho fair l.vly wan oaugtit in tho no'. Her husband oolcmiily called upon her to stand up and roooiro tho oonsuro dun ta hor ofTonco. He thus od droaaed her :-" Mrs. B., R body kens that whon I got yo for my wife I got nao beauly, Yor frion'n kon that I got nao siller i and if I dinna got God's grace, I shall lino a puir bargain indeed."- Eentinhcences of Scotch Life ana Character. Fail, ix -MB rurel OF TnortDKB.-It is rumored that the T%m«s in about te rodtico its price...

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FAINTING BY THE WAY. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 5 October 1861

FAINTING BY THE WAY. BY HENRY KENDALL. Swarthy waste lands, wide and woodless, glittering miles and miles away, Where the aouth wind seldom wanders, and the winters will not stay , Lurid -wrist«, landa, pent In silence, thick with hot and thirsty sighs, M here the scanty thorn-leaves twinkle, with thtir haggard hopelc» eyes Furnnccd waste lands, hunched with hillocks like to stony bil- low» rolled, M here the naked flats Ile swerhng, like a sen of darken'd gold, Burning wnstc lands, glanclnj; upwards with a weird and vacant atnie, M here the languid henvena quiver, o'er red depths of «tiritas nir I "Ohl my brother, I om-ttarv of tilla wlldcrlng waste of sand. In the noontide we ein net cr travel to the jronilsLl la »11 I o 1 the dt-iert broadens round us, ilaring w11 Hy in mv fact», Mitti long KngtiLs of «unllainc on it-OI the birrin, lurruiplnec I -iceI ' ellina us gleams a gre«.n plot, shall wo fiithci turn and rest. Till a cool wind flutters over, till the day is down the weit? 1...

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