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SYDNEY MARKETS, FRIDAY. WHOLESALE PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 12 October 1861
. WIIOLB.11I.E PHIUBS. WIIBAT, 6« fid per .bushel : . Amir, £14.10» tn £16 per lon ; muire, H 6n to ¡ Kn.lMi barley, Ul oil ; copo.do Oi par, bmhel ¡ calen liuy. \ittun«\. JES loi per toil! unpressed £7 ; lucerno buy. £8 Iii tu £7 par lons Immr. 1« la to 1» ad: ehefjo. Bel lo Oil; bacon,Wi lin li tl to a» Od par onion ! fnwuv;J&lt;| Ol. t 3« ta per couple: pi|atnea.£0i:iV10»; loipl«*! per 1»'«»51 h«f; tallow ¿,'.13 I million ditto, £ I» tn £S0 wei ton i Hide', 2« Od to 4« : mirnee*, I» Hil lo Ifl 6o por lb, best uiinlity t lucerne «eel, I» nar lb, retail, 'is; perennial red clover, ditto ditto: white-Dutch, 2» Oper lt> ¡ Btiulnn and mined Bruises, 'ii 6d par lb, sorehuin saccnsnituni. Cd por lb; seed oat«, 6» Crt io 6* Od. pot bnsbßl ; feed oats, os. ' I'EUIIfS AND SON,: Commission Atenta
No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 12 October 1861
.. - Á' mudicnl student who lind boon screwed rory hard nt iiis.usaniinntion.for1 ndraiisioti to tho Knc'ully, on a very -wnrmîdar, wasnonrly ovorcomo by tho nuostlons.ptit to him, when- the.following 'query wi», added t- "iWlint vcburse would ypu..adopt- to -proiluoo'á copious »porspir» ntion f " After à long bronth, So observed, wiping his;fore 'hood,X would have the paUont exuraincd bofdroaho afedical8oeiety."_ ' ?'..? . ?' '.-?*;;: ' .^¿'f .TÜS captain of'ft tesaal is not'governed tryjb>íñatoi but a married man generally is«' . ' THU COST OP WAK.-lt was gonemlly believrd "that tile troops én¡.'¡iged in the operations coiiiicctv'd with tho af arming" of- Windsor on Snturdny Inst would receive n« miy.tortlieiy "services, mid in this impression Vo'sliàrcd. Wc.ur« happy to find, however," that they wero dealt within a iñórb "liberal" spirit, for according to the despatehei of tho Herald's "Special Commissioner " at the seat of war, wo loom that when the wain body of tile t rqops ...
SUMMARY OF NEWS PER " BENARES." [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 12 October 1861
SUM2TARY OF NEWS PEE " BENARES." THE BEÎÎABGS Ima arrived in advance. . of hor contract timo, butJ/Ue news by bur is by na manns-of an im- portant character. The commercial intolligenco id, however, moro favorable than tho advices reooivod by thu Northam. Hor Majesty, tho Priuco Consort, and n portion, of tho ltoyal laiuily, had visited Iroland, and were recoiverl with true Hibernian enthusiasm. Daring their stay, tho Royal visitors inspected tho Camp nt Curragh. 'í'hovo lind boon beautiful weather for tho harvest in England, but from .Scotland and Wales, tho ticcouuta aro not encouraging. Cholera is said to have appoarod at Nottingham, two eases hoing reported. Tho French Govern mont had effectually contradicted, tho osistenco of a convention for the annexation of Sar-, (lima to Franco. An interview between tho Queen of Spain and tho French. Kmporor was »pokon of. Tho Pope's, Nuncio had an interview with, the Em- peror at,Chalons, to deliver a lotter from, tho Pontiff. Tho question...
ROYAL LYCEUM. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 12 October 1861
BOYAL LSTCUäDJI. Novelty nntl -Charles Young aro tho order of the dayl * or rather night, nt this little anuggory. The monago meut seem to bo indefatigable in entering for tho amuse* mont of tho public. Brnnins, Plays, Melo-Drnmas,' Comedies, Farces, Burlesques, &c, follow each other in succession and most rapidly ; nnd it would require moro ' space than we can spare to notice or oven to enumerate them all. We must, however, say a few words; of tho Rose Hedland of Miss J. Fiddcs, which was a chaste and . meritorious performance. This youus actress deserves great praise for tho study and correct conception of all tho parts entrusted to her. Her modesty and natural talent will, wu mako no doubt, boforo long socuro to hor :i prominent plueo in hor. profession. To the othor ladies of tho company we must also graat a fair slinro 'of praise. We have often hod occasion to'speak in torms ofcon undulat ion ol'Messrs Rodgers, Murray, Barry, 4c, and wo cnn only tepent tho same in refer...
SPORTING CHRONICLE. RACES TO COME. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 12 October 1861
SP CRT I IMG CHRONICLE. K A C B S T°0 COME. [Iluwurru.".Oct. lMli, mth.anrt 17th. Coonamble . .Oct. lilli, 16th, «ml I7lli. Nurralirl....,.Oct. 2Jrd, and 24th. Breeza.Nov. Knit and Slat. Parramattn.Dec. suth and 27tl> Binu Plains.December SCih and 27th lUnrlwIck New Year's Day Rices .Ian 1,1S62. S'otth Richmond.Jan. Sind, and 23rd. ~ VICTORIA. Jackey Club Spring Heeling (2(100 Omitens stakes).October 17th, 18th und 19th. Turf Club Hprltif? Heeling (Melbourne ? Cup)...T .;.Neromber. TABJIAKIA. Champion Race Meeting.December ard, 1th, and 5th.
TASMANIAN CHAMPION RACE MEETING. DECEMBER 3, 1861. ENTRIES FOR THE ALL-AGE STAKES. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 12 October 1861
TASMANIAN CHAMPION BACK MEETING, DECEStnEn 3, 1801. ENTRIES FOR,THE AI.I/-A(ÍE STAKES. Hr T. Harrison's Cedric, t years Dr. Macnnniarn'H Uureuones, 4 year» ' Mr Sharpe's 1'lmntom, aijcd ' Blackwell's Forait Deer, 4 year» John'Lord's Slr Hercules, a^cd Allwriiiht's Royally, 5 years Wm Boys' Lnns.lmvn, 3 year» Henry warris' Linly of thc Lake, ne*»* W. Ii. Wood's Post Boy, 3 years , ' . A. Beld'n Presto, aged > Barty's Saucy Dick, ntfi'd Wut. Wntkln'a Itodorick, aged ' Pr. Tltterton'r Brunette, 4 yean MrT.tttlc'i hen Bolt, nifod . Taylor's Clinrlestlio XII., 3 yean Taylor's Eastfield, i years John l'lcld'n Merriman, aged John field's «arie. 3 years > Dr. Butler's Queen or Trumps, 6 years MrT. Field's «uley, S years . IHUM Pear's OM England, 4 years . . Boitery's Maid of Athens, 3 year». -S. T. Mercury, Oct. 2. . . : .. ..
BELL'S LIFE IN SYDNEY. SYDNEY, OCTOBER 12, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 12 October 1861
BELL'S LIFE IN SYDfMEV. STDiVXY, OCTOVEB 12, 1861. Tua Assembly was on Wednesday, (and it is dc \&lt;»utly tobe hoped for the IA ST time) the strut ? of anntlmr ol thnse deplorable displays nf vitti )Hiruiion, by which the lion, member for Morpeth is so pre-eminently distinguished. . Timi the honorable gentleman is afflicted with an incurable wononiaina" on th« subject of the conduit ol our highest judicial functionaries cannot : he dis- puted ; but Iiis miiludy should not be permitted tu cover with general contempt and ridicule the proceedings of an Assembly whose members have been entrusted with the management of the al- lai rs of the country. There is quite sufficient laxity of enerby and public spirit evinced by our representatives pu all matters of REAL public im yiortaiice, wi.bout the waste ot precious time iiivolved in such discreditable and drivelling.dis- cussions as those which disfigured their proceed-, irirçs on Wednesday. We quite agree with Mr. FAUCHT, that th...
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 12 October 1861
CRICKET. A cricket mutch CHI ric nfl' ut Appin Inst Monday between tim Campbelltown1 und Appin pricket 'clubs, which "re- sulted in a victory for tho former by ono run and-two wicket*'to aparo; t. Tho Appin ¡tes showed n decided im- provement,ur their piny, especially their fielding, which was greatly admired | on the contrary, tho C'ampbell tonians wero not nearly up to tho mark, either in Una Held or with the bat t mid had it not been for a «lieu of luck ut thu ll null of tho guine, tho result would have been dillcrent. They must play much better to win tho return match, willoh is. to como oil' nt Campbelltown iioxt jSioiiduy week. Thu following is the score : : AVV1K. Flair INHINOB. SKCONU INKINOS. O. Humphry lbw .,. 5 c Gurnets . 0 (J. Winton u Morris. 0 b llatumnn. ' J, Dwyer c Katemun. 0 c donkey . 8 S. Vcnelt b Bateman. fi b bateman. O' ll. Winton b Morris . 2 c Morrl,. s J. Clinnli ti Bateman'.. S st Bateman . 6 W. Smith c Hose . 12 h Bateman . 2 J. Ktantun b llatcman . 1 c ...
OXFORD RACES.—August 22. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 12 October 1861
OXl'OBD BAC.ÉS.-AuauaT 22. j Tho OXFORDSIUMÎ HANDICAP of 15 soys erich, IO ft, and I 5 only if deelnrod, with 100 added 1 winners extra; tho second to save his stako j two miles ; 31 subs, 22 of whom declared. Mr Saxon's Bally Edmond, by Ilanttm, 3 yrs, Cit (Including Sib extra;.;.'....Midrjley 1 E. Tlrnyley's Sycophant, 3 yr». Sat lllb.»liltoluy 2 V. Day's Defender, fl yrs, 8st 121b.J. Adams 3 Starkey's Thc Brownie, 3 yrs, Cst.....J. Daley 4 Angel's Artless, S yrs, 7st lllb.Perry s Belting; 15 to 4¡ on Bally Edmond, S to 2 agst Syco- phant, arid 7 to 1 ngst any othor (offered). Tho llrst to BIIOW iu front wero Defender and Artless, tho. lattor of whom took up tho running on passing tho Stund, fol- lowed by Dclbnder, Tho Brownie, Bally Edmond, and Sycophant, und in this order they ran for tho next half milo, when Bally Edmond, passing Tho Brownie, took his place beside tho top weight. At tho far turn, Artless gavo way, uud on rounding tho bend into tho straight tho favourite headed ...
READING RACES.—AUGUST 14th. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 12 October 1861
HEADING RACES.-ArjocsT 14th. Tho BKnKSiuitÉ STASES (Ilaiulicap) of 20 SOTS each, h it, mid only 5 if declared, with 200 added ; thc second to i-eoeii'o SO'sors out of the sinken; winners extra ; about two milos ; 30 subs, 14 of whom declared. Mr Saxon's Unity Edmond, by ilnntani, .1 yrs, Itt Killi llldgcley 1 Lincoln'» br c Tito Lawyer, S yr», 7st ll lb (In- cluding 71b extra).G. Fordham S Verrifleld's Comcrlpt, 4 yrs, fist.Parsons . 3 F. SwluUcTFs Weatherbound, 4 yrs, Sst 51b.J. Adams 4 Betting: 5 to 2 agst Tho Lawyer, 0 to 2 ngst Bally Edmond, und 5 to 1 agst Conscript. Pixie pioneered tho way, followed by Bally Edmond, AVeathcrbound, Tho Lawyer, mid Conscript, in tho order named, Bevis bringing up the rear. On rounding tho first turu Bully Edmond look the lead, and Tho Lawyer took a moro forward position; the latter, howevor, was soon rmllcd boole, nnd iii tito next quarter of a milo Pixie, after run- ning on the wrong sido of some of tho posts, joined in again, and showed in ndr...
TASMANIAN CHAMPION STAKES. 7 to 1 on the field (of[?] [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 12 October 1861
TAIMASHA.» CHAMPION STAKE!. 7 to 1 on Ita field (oin. ' TjltMSDAY.-This boiug tho! night of acceptanco .tor tho Two Thousand, thoro waa n full attendance.of mem bera, nono of whom, though, scorned much, disposed to inrost their cash. Nearly .tho wlíojd of, tho business was doubloovont betting,X'lio Buck"¿Jifiving tho decided call of his fellows for tho Guineas,. w,h jlst fur thu. Cup nothing woidd go down but.Arohur mi&'Toryboy. ' Ono of tho most extraordinary events of tho evening: was tho declaration of two distinct .handicaps for' tho'. Jockey Club Steeplechase Aller the original sculo of weights had been declared about .half-uu hour, tho stewards withdrew.thom, and then substituted tho handicap which we publish in another column. Such a precedent from tho Victoria Jockey Club will soarcoly bo. credited. Two THOUSAND fiuiM'.As. 7 to 2 agat Flying Huck Lot!*] HO to 10 aunt Falcon [oin 4 to 1 " Mormon [oil] 100 lo 8 .. Grey Dawn [tk] 4 to 1 K.líflo Iiawlc fou") Hil) tD 8 '....
WOLVERHAMPTON RACES.—August 12TH. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 12 October 1861
\rOLVEmrAMPTOiî RACES.-ADO DST 12TH. Tbo"Woi.vi!iiii.\.Mi»"ros HANDICAP of 20 BOYS euell, li ft, 5 only if (lecliiretl, wit li 200 added ¡ winnora extra ; t ho second lo savo bis sinke; two miles; 71 subs, 42 of whom i>ny 6 BOVN each. Mr J. Lincoln's ur c Thc Lawyer, (li u), hy The Libel, S yrs. 7st lll>.H. Tnylor 1 Merry's lure Slr William (b u>, 4 yrs, 7st 71b. Hayward 2 Count I', de Lagrange's b m Lyslscote, 5 yrs, 7»t 121b, Grimshaw 3 Mr Cl. llodgmau's b c ISalh.im, 3 yrs, (ist 31b.W. Johnson 4 » incisor's b c Flirtation, 3 yrs, flat 1.11b.Chnlloncr S Lord Coventry's hr o Von Stroom, 4 yrs, 7»t sib.W Ilottom 0 Capt. Towneley's ch I* Doefoot (Il b), a yrs, 7st 41b J. Snowden 0 Mr J. Scott ns ch c Tho Urowule, 3 yrs, Oat Sib.French 0 Betting ? fl to G agst Tho Lawyer, 4 to I ugst Balbara, 0 to 1 agst Doelbol, 8 to 1 agst Flirtation, 25 to 1 agst. Sir."William, and 50 to 1 agst You Stroom. An un nouueemeut thut Tho Brownio would run, after the others had renell cd the post...
SYDNEY HORSE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 12 October 1861
SYDNEY HOItSK MARKET. -Messrs Burt «nil Co resort a much larger supply ofhonea during the past week, principally country hits, nil or which havo been cleared without iimch illdlculty, superior harness horses as usual realising: good prices. A latch from thc Ciilangatta stud averaged ii 12 ncr herd i ll' from Greeford on the Paterson went from AU to ¿118: ii lots of a Md S from Kiama went from £lä to i,:«J fer tho hackneys : «mt £20 to" £ai Tor the draught horses. A lot or colts from Teralgar near Ooulbüra sold In the Camperdown ynrda on Tuesday averaged £». Useful horses at alUlrocs.rcadHy .saleable ot market rates. ' ... Mr C. Martyn reports i-A brisk and steady sate has Been found for all kinds of stock tills week, especially for mares for exporta, lion to the Now Zealand market. Thc numerous salea clfecteü have considerably cleared the nimket of thc old stock, anil lt ls now lunn excellent state Tor the reception anil disposal of fresh stock, more particularly If or a. strong chm...
A BALLOON ASCENT BY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 12 October 1861
A BALLOON ASCENT BY NIGHT. Tho following interesting account of a balloon ascont by night has bean furnished to the» Morning Post by a correspondant ¡ The ascent .'was made in th» "Royal Normandie," constructed for Mr Simpson, of Cremorno dardons, at a cost of £GO0, tho conductor of tho expedition being Mr Lythgoe, tho experienced aeronaut of ninety-four pre- vious journeys. Tho day chosen for tho ascent was that of tho recent aristocratic fete nt Cremorne, of tho 24th of (Tidy, and two seats had been socurod by Mr Arthur Vivian and Mr -Noel Anderson. At eleven o'clock at .night tho balloon was released, and thrown into tho air. So strong was tho wind blowing at tho timo that, instead of, as is usual,, ascending gradually, thoy wero hurried into a lateral direction, threatening to carry away tho minarets of tho artificial Eastern city erected in tho gardons. Although tho passago over tho metro- polis in a north-easterly diroction was so rapid, that, in eight minuten, thoy had left t...