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ENGLISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 12 October 1861

ENGLISH EXTRACTS. COLMSIOÎÏ OX THE BltlOlITOÏT RAILWAY.-LOBB OP TwK.YTV-TjnmE LiVKS.-One of tíio mont terrible acci- dents which hus occurred since the introduction of our railway system took plnco yesterday (Sunday) on, tho London- and Brighton Railway, at n spot about fivo miles from tho Brighton terminus. Between 8 anil 0 o'clock an excursion-train which had pulled up within the .Clayton tunnel, near the entrance of it, was run into by a parliamentary train. The crush was a tórrido ono. The shrieks uro described as being awful, mid tho dark- ness of the tunnel heightened tho terror of those who wore uninjured, and left them powerless to aid tho wounded. After u 'short timo some of the 'passengers procured tho lights from the roofs, mid proceeded to render assistance, when tho extent of thc catastrophe became partially apparent. Tho engine of tho parlin menlnry train had litoinlly leapt over tho hist carriage in thc excursion train, mid completely smashed it. Tho locomotivo then b...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 12 October 1861

LOCAL' INTELLIGENCE." OFFICIAL ToCTiNO.--Anyá'no:whó reads tho after-pul lia dinner spcotihus ol'our honui-uble friend tho Colonie tíeerátar^'lúújír^iiuturáUy iuiagiuu that, ut some perio uf bis Ute, the honorable gentluhiau has been nu enthu siustio studout of geology nt Blnruoy, and made lihhsol thoroughly acquainted with tho" peculiuv properties c its far famed. precious stone. There is something dc lightlui about the ready facility with which he boti bothers and " butters"- tho admiring throng who fene in tho festive board ; converting, for tho moment, atanncl political opponents into convivial converts who swallov with infinito ¿justo the well turned compliments that full iu mellifluous profusion'from his persuasive lips. Hon ora Wo Charles is, without doubt, thu most uccouiplbhoi after duiner orator we possess ¡ his eloquence having no only a beneficial effect, upon the digestivo organs of hi hearers,' but is invariably aimed at tho. acquisition 01 "political capital," in the ...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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THE SPIRIT OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 12 October 1861

THE SPIEIT Ol' THE WEEK. Tho arrivnl of tho Benares has boen tho chief( event of tho week, which in other respects has been n.very duli one. Business still languishes, giving no signs of ro- ' animation. Politics ns usual. Tho Council prosecutes its labours according to tho rules of good sonso and political expe- rience; while rows and rumours of rows have been tho order of tho dny in the Assembly.- - Our "friends'1 Bro certainly a facetious lot, and a perusal of thoir jooular proceedings on Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday, wo can confidently recommend ns an excellent remedy for. tho blue devils. Mr Tolson, an old resident of Port Curtiä, has boon drowned in attempting to oros9 Bafllo Crook. Two men have boen murdered by tho blacks to th» north of Rockhampton. Tho French Comm¡98ary-Genernl nt Kow Caledonia, committed suicido while in a stater of insanity. Ayoiing'ninn named Düllo was recently drowned in a creek near Ipswich, whither ho lind gone to fish. Ono-sixth of tho detachment ...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 12 October 1861

T H b" T U R F . THE discussion in reference to the Queen's Plate was renewed on Tuesday evening, on the order of ihe tiny for poing into Committee to prepare the Address. Common sense, however, was again triumphant, notwithstanding the factiousness and eat-like tenacity exhibited hy Mr Dnliilei>h and other luminaries who were determined, at any sacrifice of public time, to resist the decision of tlie majority. It was useless, of course, to argue with such men, or topoiníout that, whatever might be their conviction, it was their duty to acknow- ledge and respect the deliberately expressed opi- nions of the House. No! Mr Dalgleish must persist in consuming valuable time with his weary- ing and abusive rhndoinoutades ; and Mr,Caldwell must again, forsooth, Rroan forth his pharisaical denunciations of the Turf and its alleged evils and immoralities. Arguments of course had no weight with these gentlemen ¡ their jaundiced imaginations could picture nothing but ruin and degradation as...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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THEATRICAL'S & c. ROYAL VICTORIA.—DRAMA. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 12 October 1861

T H E A T .B.I C A L' Stí..¿óÍ , 'At thisVpIncó of aiiru9(inioiVt.\vo.lmvofliad'\tlur¡ti({ tho past weektho.jointperformances ot'-tivovaturd. iladamo Marlo Durer, and our old favourite Mr J.* Ö. Lambert, ? who niado Ids first reappearance siuee his return from England, on Monday lust in thu " Suhool for Hunmlal." This fine comedy, ono of tho host in tho repertoire of th« English stage, was chuten by the inaungoment for the debut of this talented artist ; and wo ure happy in hav- ing it to record that his reception by thu audience was very cheering and hearty, und such as is very Heidorn grunted by them but to a desorving favourite Tho pioco was very creditably put on tho stuge, and the act- ing of Mudatno Marie Úurot, us well as that of -Mesara Lambert, Jtaynor, and Burford was all that could ba wishod. ,On Tuesday, after tho "Hunchback," Mr Lam- bert in tho humorous farce of If.M.S. Spitfire, kept tho uitdionco. in a roar of laughter by Iiis inimitublo and quaint acting. Tho Soldie...

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 — 12 October 1861

CJ1U1ST5IAB R.icr.3.-On Monday Inst a meeting was hold nt tile Northumberland Jockey Club Dîoom.i, Deni- son Hotel, to make arrangements for tho Chrlstinne Races. Thoro was n good attendance No intimation haring appeared lately of races to bo held at Hast Mait- land nt Christmas time, it is probable that races will be held at tho Rutherford racecourse on Boxing J)ny. 'Xhe programme wis adopted, which is nearly tho samo us that of Inst year, with tho oxceptiou of tho Jfaidon Pinto prizo being .CS MOTO than lout year. The Christinns Box I'or.-nll horses, will be ono milo and a half, ono event, in- stead of heats, as Inst year, which \va3 too great a trial for the horses in such weather. Tho Beaten Stnkes luis also boen changed to a Forced Handicap, tho option of starling being given to tho beaton horses. ' Tho Ruther- ford, course is being ploughod, harrowed, and rolled, and is to lie sown with .English grass seed, and, should a' few I showers intervene, it is expected thnt hy Christm...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 12 October 1861

nm TASMANIAN eHAMPIONRAOE MEETINi . .. - OIM861. PATSON-Hia Excellency Sir H. JO. ' F; Young. OtaS TO ALL THK AOHTliAtrAN COLONIES;. AT WHICH muns mntl WM FOURTH AUSTRALIAN. CHAMPION -RAO] To' take place on tho Now Town Race Course, on tl Ord, 4th, and Gtli'day* of Decembor... BTBWÍKSB. J. L. B. Tabart. Esq. John Lord, Esq. YT. Kearney, Esq Thomas Field,- Kaq. . W. Doddery, Esq. Ja»; Lord, Esq. John Field, Esq. ' " 8.: Blackwell;Esq.' Tc net with Stewards to bo appointed bj- eneu of. th Monist. Jusos STABTBB :-Jamos Lord, Esq. Oujtic OP TUB CoousB :-J. Eddington, Esq. ASBISTASC Do.-Mr Josh. "Wright. THE CHAMPION SWEEPSTAKES' DAY. ? FIBST DAY, DsoBMBBit, 3RB. ' To start at Ono o'clock p.m.-Tito Tows Puro, of ICM so vs ; distance, twice round tho courso; Town Plati weights: ' " Weights-3 years old, 7st ; 4 yours old,.8si iib»; 6'yearg old, 9it ; 6yean old and aged, Sst Gibs Entrance, 5 SOTS. 'So start at Two o'clock p.m.-The FOURTH AirsTH.ÂWA> CHAMPIOI* STAKBS, of 600 SOTS, with a ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 12 October 1861

Tas- BINO.-" Xlioro'p n good timo a coming" for tlio P.R. and that right speedily. Speaking on sporting multara' in tho . Houso on Tuesday, Mr Uuchnnuu an- nounced tho gratifying fact that-.,'Tho noxt thing would bo a motion for £300, to próvido ».bolt Tor tho ohninni'»i pugilist oCllio colony. (Loud cheers.) Hon. .irombers ojuld not* refuse to support that." We should tv <- . not, siloing tho iiitiiimto oontteo ion botween tho- agri'-til. tur J. 'inturo't, and that of the millera "who uro under .munyi comphmunts to the hon., guntlemnn for- tito '"'libera." support ho baa alwaysatfurded thom "in his .placo.". . We understand tlio "professionals" intotid-pre seu'tirig Hie hon. and sporting mombor with'.a.:caak of I Colonial claret for his ldadncss 1 - . ;: v IT- ?./'**

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 12 October 1861

SAYXIIS AND ITEKWAN'S FIGHT rou mr. CnAMPioji smr.-Tlio Inst sueno of this elmina ives brought to n close tho other clay« It muy bo remembered that some few week's after tho great light two belts were presented to tho combatants ot tho Allinnibra-pnlnco-Sayers re- ceived his nt tho hands of tho editor of " Willies'' Spirit of Vie Times," pnd Hecnun at tho linnds of tho editor ol' "Sells Life" As tho belts wera not paid for ut the time of presentation, Heennu went home without his trophy, refusing tu nccopt it on that necount ¡ and nil hough soino talk took place about it nt the timo, il died nwny. A few days ago, however, n large number of thc sporting public assembled at Messrs Debenham and Storr's nuclioii rooms, King-street, Covent garden, in -consequence of it being announced that tho belt or Heonnii would bo sold by public auction, nmong-t tho stock of unredeemed pledges. Tho belt wus pined under'tho rostrum ol'tho uuclioncor, nnd was conlaiuoil in a morocco case, mid numbered ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 12 October 1861

IÏ.N-GLASD v. AtraTiiAxiA.-On Thursday evening Ins',, Mr Midlum, ti gentleman deputed to make arrangements 'for tho Knglish cricketers to visit Australia, gave n splendid dinner to tho whole of tho players, nt the Queen's Hotel, Manchester, in order to eomo tn a satis- factory conclusion as to tho details of departure. It is well known that Hiero aro many first-cluss cricketers in England who would bo glad to visit that colony, and moko two Bummers in ono twelvemonth, lt is cortninly it new era. Fancy, only Aro yours ugo, thinking about playing an England mutch in Australia, which now, we behove, is almost settled; in fact, would havo been, had it not been for the interference of George Vnrr, who, as tho Manchester Guardian very justly noticed, was tho only ono present who oppressed any 'decided oppo- sion to tho proposals of Mr Mallum*. Messrs Spiers and l'ond possess in t his gontloinnu an excellent repre- sentativo; ho was fair, candid, and liberal, andas such ho was generally me...

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THE TURF IN VICTORIA. VICTORIAN TURF SUBSCRIPTION ROOM. (From Bell's Life in Victoria, October 5.) [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 12 October 1861

THE" TURF IN VICTORIA. TIOXORTAN TURI«' SUBSCRIFXIOJS* HOOMi . fJProm J3cW.i Life in Tief orla, Octoher 5.J MONDAY.-On Mondar ovoning there wns a largo nudionco, but rory little business waa done, backers of (torsos doubtless waiting until after tim acceptances wero declared. Although Flying Buck hended tho poll for tho 'Ghiiuoas nt 6 to 1, nobody socnicd anxious to back him, whilst Mormon, about whom tho same price was oll'ered, lind " money" behind him at 7 to 1. Of Mr Yuille's bruce Ungle Hawk was backed at ß to 1 (8 to 1 'would hare boen frooly taken), .Eagle's l'hune going begging at 7 to 1. Of tho outriders, Falcon was tho only home iu i demand, 1Ü0 to 8 being tnkon twice. Camden was backed against Seoundus for a " century," and that amount to I thirty was lnid against Mr Bavin's stable*. Tho irost important bet on tho Cup wa3 £200 oven on Mr Yuillo's lot against tho Sydney divisiou ¡ another feature in this j rneo being tho introduction of Wait-a-while into, the market al 200...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 12 October 1861

. ; Department of Public "Works, Sydney, 11th October,'-1861. TENDERS l'Oit ÏUflhlû WOEKS AS» ? . ? ? SUPPLIES. , TENDERS oro invited foi- tho following PUBLIC "WOKKS AND SUPPLIES. J?or full particulars) seo Government Gazette, a filo of which is kopt nt every Police Oilico in tho colony. 'No tondor will bo taken into consideration, unloss the' naroo ol'tho work for which it is intended be written on tho cover. . Nature of Works and Supplies. Construction ol' a Bridgo nt Ryle- stone.............,. Construction of Additions to Stoney Creok Bridge. Erections of Additions to tho Court House, and Bcpairs to tho Lockup, Scone... . Dates to which Tenders cun bc re- ceived nt this Oflloe 12 o'clock, noon, on 'Tuesday, '¿2nd Octo- ber. Erection of Lodging Houses on Globe Island.;. Erection of Additions to tho lu- natic Asylum, Parramatta. lSo'clook^noon, oiv Tuesday, 29th Oc- tober. Erection of Court and Wntch House, Fairfield. 12 o'clock, noon, on Tuesday, 5th Ko vember. AV. M. ABNOLD. ft ...

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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY,—Tuesday. QUEEN'S PLATE. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 12 October 1861

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY,-Tuesday. QUEEN'S PLATE. ' Mr Unix moved that the House'go into committee for c moderation of address for funds for Queen's Plato. Tho motion having been seconded, the Honao divided w.th the following result:-.. ....... ' ' 1 .; 'Y Aye«,' M. ?' .Ur Cowper Mr Ryan ? ? Hr Wilson -Weekes,,.' . Dania . Driver,. Arnold ^eary Bell . C, Cowp«r, Jua. Dick '" Lackey Smart . ' Lucas Wisdom Fuucett Hay . Peisley Morrice Terry Laycock Morris7 Watt T Oarrett I Tell lUper Harpur itoilarty | er». . Markham Kees, ll. . Mr Dangar " Mr Eckiurd Mr Dickson Piddington Buchanan. Dalgleish I Tell . Caldwell . . ' Love Forstor | en, Sadlier Allen ' ... The House, therefore, resolved itself into committee. Ur BELL moved " That an address be presented to his Excellency, praying that a snm of £200 bo placod upon the Estimates for a Queen's Pinto, to bo rim for ; on tho Itaudwick racocourso under tho auspices of the .Tookey Club/' " ..Tho.'lion, member reiterated tho considerations in favo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 12 October 1861

NO MORE SICKLY OR ILIi-CONDITIONED IIOR3E9 OR OTHER CATTLE. nARErS HORSE AND CATTLE IMPROVING JLX POOD is unquestionably tho beat. It restores the stamina, vigour, endurance, and muscio of ill-con- ditioned or apparently worn-out Horses, Cowa, Bullocks, Calves, Sheep, and l'iga. In a short timo it improves tho appearance of Horses and Cattlo by twenty or thirty ppr ocnt. Wo havo much plcasuro in recommending tho uso of Raroy's Food for Horsos, having given it a fair trial on sick and healthy Horses, under our own supormtendauco. lt. would bo out of placa to cite all the cases, but wo shrill give two. Caso 1.-A very poor grey colt, newly taken from grass. Whilo administering Raroy's Food ho was fed on lucerno and on mash of bran daily. In eight dava n marked difference in look was perceptible, and in three weoka ho had grown so plump and fat that ono could hardly bcliovo it to ba tho same hprso. Case 2.-A bright hay, aged ilvo yoars, in good con- dition, recoivod, mixed with his dail...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 12 October 1861

MISCELLANEOUS. : AXECDOTKä OF BLOXDIX AND MADAMO SAQUI.-Blon- dín'» coolnoss and. presence nf mind oro well illustrated ¡n his remark to tho nervous man whom ho'was carrying on his shoulders, as. ho traversed tho cord atrotcbed n'oar tho Niagara Kails. " I must requost you to sit quiet," I said Blondiu, " or I slmll be obliged to put you down." | The idea of being lifted from those shoulders, and loft on the ropo to shift for himself, kept the terrified rider in obedience to hun by whom ho: was carried ¡ and so they reached tho desired, goal iii safety.-When Blon- de's agent appeared before tho directors of tho Crystal Palace, to ncgociato an engagement, ono cautious mom bar of that body ventured to remark, in a sonso adverso to tho ongagomont, " But, supposa ho wore to full ?" " Do what ? '? nsked tho ngont, to whom tho remark was especially addressed. "Fall," repeated the director. " Fall !" ro-echoed tho agent, with a most natural air of surprise, " whore from?" "Whore from?" rei...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 19 October 1861

IIATMABKET TBICES,-;liny, 6» fid tn 8s Od ; «trat» 3a Gd to 4a Od; wheat, 4» Od tn Ss Od : corn. 4 a 3d to 4s Od ; harley, Ss to is (ld ; uni-, 5s Od lo pt : green «Inn*, ind' to la Od per dozen bundles; cowa, £0 la to £10 Os; calves, i'os to 30s ; bark, £5 0a lo £6 la per ton. -i'--. J.-ll. LINDSEY,-Lessee. .

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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SYDNEY MARKETS, FRIDAY. WHOLESALE PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 19 October 1861

SYDNEY AtAHKKtS, FriXDAY. ' WIIOLKHAkK PIUCBS, WitKvr, fis fid por bmliel: Hour, X14 10a to .C1G per ton ; maize, A». in to ; Enullsli butley, 8s Od ; capo do 61 per bushel ; «alon liny, premed, £8 10« per tont unpressed £7 ; lucerne hny, ,£6 15s tn "JET per* ton; huttor, la ld to IK lld; cheese, Od to «il ; bncoit^OM ; ' cíes la OI to 2s Od per dozen ¡ f.iwls. 2< 0.1; ' t. 3< Gil per conplo : potatoes, £B CO 10s; int |i|irs4<) per puutid; beer, tallow £33 : mutton ditto, £48 to £50 pei ton ; lil Ja», 2s Od to 4s s tobucc, ls'itlin U Cu par lb, bett qunllty ; lucerne seed, ls nor lb, rotnll, si* ; perennial rod clover, ditto ditto 1 while Dutch, Cn u l por lh ; station and* mUed graines, 2s 6d per lb, «irslium saccharittum, öd per lb;.seed oata, 5a. Od 10 G* Od. per bushel: feed oats, 6*. . - 1 , , FEltRIS AND SON, Commission Ajonts

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SPORTING CHRONICLE. RACES TO COME. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 19 October 1861

SPORTING CHRONICLE. RACES TO COME." Narrabri.Oct. Sard, and 24th.. Breeza.;..........Nor. 20th and 21a. Parramatta......Dec. 20th and 27lh Emu Plains.,..'.....'..December seth and !7tli Randwick Now Yeaft D*j Race« .Jun 1,1«62. North Hlchmond....".Jan. 22nd, and^Srd. ??-?'?*'' ~* TASJtaJfil. * ' " Champion RIM Meeting.«......December 3rd, 4th, and Ith.

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THE LOST MISSUS. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 19 October 1861

THE LOST MISSUS. There never was a sad, . And wicked worJd as thia is, ..? . *** , My family hare all gone mad ! .. Since I have lost, my missus. p ;?»* You'vo li tard my children too . Seoking for euch other; ' . My daughter loft homo first, Soon followed by hor brother. Sho's took my watch and chain, And caso with ring and pin in,' And for to maleo it worse, . l'owned every bit of linen, lier bonnet hos, a piko, " ?'. With a light bluo feutbor in it, She wenrs a polka cloak, - And sings like any linnet. Jf a woman you should meet With such a dress as this is, '. A littlo I'll stand trout, , If you'll bring back my missus.' That wretchod house- of mino I cannot bear to on tor, ' For ibero's a portrait fino Hanging in tho contre. I oft gaze at tho head And fancy naught of miasma . Till I tumbía into bcd,. 'Tis then I miss my kisses. I woko quito full of qualms, A hard caso you'll »ny this is, With tho bolster iu my arms. Instead of having missus.. But I would forgivo this, To onjoy ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 19 October 1861

Wu rpfr'rdt to learn through Tte Clarance Independent, that M> At'Kollnr'B colt, na woll as MrT.H. Smith's ooh, tho produco of Piltrford, ofwhioh BO much wai or pocted, aro both dead.

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