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BATHURST. (From our own Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 19 October 1861

BATHURST. (From our otc» Correspondent.J A mooting of tho Bathurst Jockey Club was called by advertisement, for, Saturday last, at Chapman's Club Houso Hotel ¡ at tho appointed time about twonty of tho Club attended. Mr. T. Loo was votod to the chair. Ho stated that tho present meeting was called to take into consideration tho best.means ol raising suOtciont funds to oroct a stand, weighing yard, und fenco two hundred acres of land, that has been granted by tho Government to tho Bathurst Jookoy Club for o meo courso. .Many plans woro proposed, but tho ono that was agreed to at lost, seemed to bè tho host, viz. ¡-that ton or twolvo gentlemen, members of tho club, should take tho respon- sibility of asking for tondors, and to pay thomsclves out of the gate. Wo boliovo it is tho intention of tho club to have it dono nearly approaching Randwick ns possible ; tho charges to bo tho same. Mr Beecher lins roceived orders to survey tho courso nt once. Tho club ot tho samo timo out out a good...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 19 October 1861

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Honnint/r. Ocriuac.-Nothing could possibly exceed tho. excruciating anguish into which our beloved friends in Mnoquririe-stroet were J thrown on Thursday, when that delightful arjd disinterested democrat, Davy brought before tho nhghst; Assembly a conspiracy more atrocious in its character than any that has', over, oco'urrod within tito recollection of. even that most, eloquent patriot." The lion, member rising with dignity, and Axing a pene- trating glanco'upôn the astonisbod senators! exoluimed In moving tonos " Who's your halter P" Great was the sensation produced by- tho query, but far grontor the horror of hon. mon.bcrs when Morpeth'a enge dotailod the particulars of an unparalleled ou trago that was com- mitted on Wednesday night, not upon tho heads, but tho hats pf about a baker's dozen of tho collcctivo sagacity of N. S. W. Tho occ'onlrio gontloman attributed tho " enormity" by innendo in the first placo to " tho public press," and thon charged tho awful ...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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BELL'S LIFE IN SYDNEY. SYDNEY, OCTOBER 19, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 19 October 1861

BELL'S LIFE IN SYDNEY. SYpNEY, OCTOBER 19. 18G1. Tns discussion-in the Assembly on Wednes- day on the S5th Clause ol the Publicans' Bill re- quiring permission from a Police Magistrate for milgie and dancing, tinder a penalty of £20, was marked by tlmse peculiar traits of "liberalism" by which the so-called *' friends of the people" in- variably evince their anxiety on all occasions to pince unnecessary and uncalled for restiaints "lipon-!!!«Tharmless enjoyment "i.»f tlic inusMes. The .arguments employed by those who ad- vocated the virtues of prohibitory legislation, were exactly . such ns might have been expected from men, who, whilst ' pretending un- bounded sympathy for . the' " poor man," are always the. first to assist in the good work of "de- priving him of any relaxation that may-be at- tempted on his behalf. The hackneyed'and puri- tanical objections urged against music and dancing being indulged in hy the people generally, are too absurd to merit notice, excepting in so mu...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 19 October 1861

KNT&EMEN favouring us ' with orders for this VjT' «Tournai will bo pleased to enclose the riecossary advance for six months subscription, viz 13s, or a £1 note which will oovor tlirqo quarters of tho year.

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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LATEST FROM NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 19 October 1861

' LATEST FROM NEW ZEALAND. Tho fortnightly escort arrived on Friday, October 4th, with; 12,482 ounces, nu amount which scorns to hnvo disappointed evory ono.' Hundreds woro straining ovory nerve to get back to Australia. Tho Otago Colonist of tho 4th says :- . If < interested shipping agents ' mid speculators in Australia ohooso to oxnggcrato our true account of thoso gold-fields, we, as. a .community, must not ba blamed; wo dony most emphatically, that wo over published any- thing that was not strictly true. Wo repent again that wo havo gold, and plenty of it, for n moderato number of our sturdy neighbours, tho Australians ; but a fiold for 5000 cannot by any possibility hold 50,000. Wo learn from Molboumo, by tho, Tasmania, that tho excitement thoro regarding our gold-fields is still as great ns over. Numerous vessels continuo to nrrive with passengers. During the past week twentv-flvo hnvo been entered inwards with 2381 passengers. Now South Wales has hitherto to a gre...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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A REASON FOR EMIGRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 19 October 1861

i A REASON KOR EMIGRATION. This cxporionco bf roui lifo is from a correspondent in Illinois,' mid is quito as good ns nny tiling wo have recently, read : ' . .."'Your correspondent has nn intimnto friend, Jo F-;-, who was until recently enshior of-Hank, in tho good old ' Slato of Tennessee. Now to say that .To was handsome, accomplished, und withal very enter- taining, would bo but to express tho opinion entertained of him by nine-tenths of the fair sex with whom ho came in contact. ' Ho was, to uso a' Western oppres- sion, a ' regular heart-smasher among, the .women ¡' and it ' muy not. bo improper to,stuto, just hore, that no ono had a moro omited opinion'' of his capabilities. in that lino than tho! aforesaid'Jo' hhnsolf. "As ho and your'correspondont wero on the most intimal o, terms hnaginablc, aud accustomed, in tho'hal- cyon days of boyhood,' to unfold to eaoh' other hil our philis and purposes for the futura-not cron omitting tho deliopto matters of , tho honrt-I was not uta...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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ROYAL LYCEUM. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 19 October 1861

BOYAL LYCEUM. Tho great o vent,of tho week at this Theatre has Deon tho bonctit of tho lessoo, Mr R. Tolano, which took place on Tuesday night. On thnt oocasion tho houso was crammed in ovory part by hil mimerons frionds. Tho novelty, however, nt tho Lyceum during tho ? w«ok hos been a vory excellent play, entitled tho "Disinherited," which has boen porformcd with great BUCCCSS, and de- servedly so. Tho principal roles wore personated verv admirably by Miss J. Fiddos and Mrs. Morton, anil Messrs. Yonrig, Rogers. Barry, io.' In spooking of Miss J. Fiddes, wo feel pleasure in roitorating what wo havo said of her in our last issuo. - "Wo would, also, in justice to Mrs. Morton, record in theso lines our high estimation of her ellorts and success in ' nil tho parts allotted to her. In tho " Disinherited," ospocinlly, sho was very good, and her impersonation of Madame Rogi nalo, a silly, vain, heartless parvenue, wna'most correct and excellent. Mrs. Morton hus our best wishes. Next week i...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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PEDESTRIANISM. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 19 October 1861

PEDESTRIANISM .! Tho lOO yards rnoo botwoen: Michael1 O'Connor and iTohn Clarke^ for £25 asido, will como o(T.6n tho'Uotnny -Roni this afternoon, between the; hours of ,4 and 6 o'clock. '

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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THE RING. Oct. 22.—Bill Franklin and M'Nulty, £100. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 19 October 1861

TH E : RING. JJ.-Bill Franklin and M'Nulty, £100. ' FnAKKiik AND MCNULTT.-Tho final deposits of £15 asido, for tho match botwoon these mon on Tuesdny.next, wore rando good nt Jos. BrownVon Thursday, evoning. Wo'loam thnt oaoh man has boon.scnipuloualy attentive in lu's training, nnd .thoy .severally express thomsclvos confidently as to tho issue. .

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THEATRICALS, &c. ROYAL VICTORIA.—DRAMA. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 19 October 1861

THEATRICALS, &c. ROYAL VICTORIA.-DRAMA. At tliis Theatre, since our luBt issue,*, and during tho" poet week, ' wo hnvo had tho re-ongagoniBnt bf Madame Mario Durot.. , Wo havo also to record tho performnncoa for sovornl nights of n drama, from.tho French, entitled '.ThoHousö oh the Bridgo of Noire Darno,"' nj whicli tho principal Sports oro niost ~ oflioiently roudored bj*,. Madama Durct and Messrs. Hayner, Lambert, And Bur- ford. To Ma'dnroo Durot wo owb special praiso for the correct, intelligent, and artistic rondition of her double pnrt ns Ernest do Layard and Zombnro, thc gipsy Ind. This lady, ns wo have always oppressed it, is a most ac- complished artiste : and, well assisted by such excellent nctors ns Messrs. Lambert and Raynor, sho desorves a great shari) of tho public patronage. We greatly ad- mired, also, her impersonation of Lady Maobuth, which i wo deem a rory impressive piece of acting. Madame Durot will toko hor farowoll "bonoflt" on Thurs- day noxt. Of Mr. L...

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GEELONG AND WESTERN HUNT CLUB STEEPLECHASES. (From Bell's Life in Victoria.) TUESDAY, OCTOBER 8TH. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 19 October 1861

GEELONG AND WESTERN HUNT CLUB .STEEPLECHASES... . . ; (From Helta Life in Victoria.) TUESDAY, OCTOBER. STU. . OPBK HANDICAP STEEPLECHASE, of 80BOVB. ; About three milos und a hnlf. Mr C. M'lvor'a ba;Chance, riged, list...».Howell 1 G. Watson's be Leader, aged, Hst Sib.,,,;.Johnston 1 Phillipa's b g Cavalier, ll yrs, lost, 71b.Lyford 0 .Hotting-. Even, on Lender., ".? -, Thc favourite rhado play from tho start, and followed br Chanco and Cnvalior, kept tho lead over tho water jump to tho fourth leap, whore ho balked, Cavalier having already declined the honour at tito pruvious obstacle. Chance having onco obtained the front pince, kept it to tho ond, winning as ho liked. . Lender balked several times ero his journey Was ended, wliilst Cavalier did not go round. ' , . OEBMNff AND WlïSTEUN" HUNT CLUB COP, Taino CO sors with a sweep of 3 BOTS each added. " Second . horse received lutlf tho sweep. Hidden hy duly qualified members of 'hunt clubs. About tlu-eo miles and a hnlf. . Mr Warren...

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LATEST BETTING. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 19 October 1861

I/A.TEST BKTïIIîG-. ' I .'? > At tho Turf Subscription Room, in re tim Cup, i Mavourneen carno to tho front again with a rush ot 25 to lj nt which figuro she wna backed to win a thousand :póunds. .Other horscsjwero 'also in demand,at suh I joined quotations ¡ but)- barring Arohor, - thoro, was no spirit in tho "betting on. tho.. Cup. For tho'Tasmanian Ohnmpiou Stakes, 5 to iv.'aa tho best offbr on tho field j Hie only actual operations, though, wero .Talleyrand agst Morrymnn mid Panic coupled for half a.century, ¿yoglo ngst Merry man for à " pony," nnd Kyoglo ngst Pnmo for a " pony." Mr Yuille's stable was also backed to win tho Two Thousand, Derby, Oaks, and Molbourne Cup nt 200 to 3. irctnaL'XNK CUP. 10O to lo (git Archer (tk) I 100 to 4 agit K xe ter (tit) I0O to 4 " AVoodrangcr (Ik) I IOU to 4 " Inheritor (tk) 190 to 4 ". Alavoumcen (tk 1 lOO to 8 " «lack lleia (tk)''? .. .,fr). 1200 to I},, Valentine (tk) 100 to 0 ,,"' Medora (tk) I 100 to 0 " Tho Nun (tk) loo to a " Antonel...

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MATCH BETWEEN THE ALARM AND THE AMERICA [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 19 October 1861

MATCH BETWEEN THE ALARM AND THE AMERICA Tho regatta week nt Cowes was inaugurated byan ex- citing contest bot »-coil tho America mid the Alarm, two of tho must fumons yachts that ever Jloatcd, und 11 lough not in tho regular programme thc excitement caused by tho event was equal nluiost to that in thu memorable year 18!il, when tho America first uppearud in these waters, und carried olf tho prize given by tho Boyal Yacht Squadron. Hie match had been made for some little (imo between tho two owners (Mr.T. Weld, owner of the Alarm, and Mr Doch*, of .(ho America), but it was finally postponed to Monday. The conditions were that il «hoiild bc sailed over tho Queen's cup copra*, and tho amount to bo contended for £100 ! hut with liberty from Mr AVeld for tho owner of tho America to increase it to £1,000. Tho America, as shu is now. again termed, got sudly out of trim after passing out of the hands of her American owner in 1851, nial since then such strong symp- toms of dry rot set in tha...

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

r A. nlATOrt AT SHTITTLBS carno off nt'Ctonvp}iplltowri,( opposite Mr Morris Forbes* Hotel, on -Monday last, be ? twoon Holludgo of OVTown and Mr Nash of lambing Flat [ tho first/twelve gamos for £6 asido, Mr, Hollodgq was tho favourite, Iiis Townies otTorbig to back him to any amount ¡ and "My ITnplo," (ns^to ts..facetiously callod) justittod their opinion'of him.'for after his oppo- nent gaining "tho ürst threo games', and still playing woll, jio oollnrodliim, and tho çavno stood 8 all, Then fol- lowed; Homo (Ino play on both sides, mid tho'garao stood Nash ll, Hollodgo 10 5 ifc was now tho -old "tm. shewed ho was bred right, for ho tt'od a floorer, won by n'floorer, i whioh mndo thom ill all, nnd ho, then sot, thn'Tùainbintt ,Flnt champion n flooror, whioh ho> did ne* Wat, and con* laetjUboUy MoÛoça won tho ntonc|r.;. ; 1 .'.--( ..''.

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

TASMANIA CHAMPION MEETING.-"From present indications, wo may anticípalo that the forthcoming champion moot will bo ono of tho most successful of nny of tho champion races which have yet talton place. Tho subscriptions oro coming in woll, and tho interest tho event is exciting is every day becoming greater. Tho horses to competo for tho various events nro taking up their quarters in and near tho city, to, undergo their courso of training. Bon Bolt, tho representative of Weatorn Australia; arrived Inst week, nitor his long journey in a tip-top condition. Ho hos taken up his porrnanont quarters nt Rico's «tables, Now Town, nnd tnkos his breathings regularly every morning over tho New Town courso. A few days ngo wo saw nt Melton Mowbray, Panic and Shillelagh. Both were looking Well, tho ibrmor especiolly ; and, according to report, he is n regular flyer. Ho certainly ought to bo a good one, containing some of tho best blood in Knglnnd. Kyogle arrived rt few days ngo in Melbourne to try ...

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SYDNEY HORSE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 19 October 1861

SYDNEY HORSE .MARKET. . : . , : ' Messrs Butt and Co report a well supplied market ulnce last re- port. Several Iola of strong useful horses have come ia from thc coast districts, all of -which have been sold without much difficulty at fair rates ¡ a lut of 8, bred.by Mr A. Thumpion, of Illawarra, averaged £20 per head ; 2 lots" from Kinma, went from £14 to £31 ¡ a lot of 3 and 4 year old cart lillies from £ I a to £23.' Hackneys of a superior kind arc Hcarcc, and also carriage pairs, arid ' gig horses, forwlUclithcreisconslderable enquiry. 1 . Hr Charles Martyn reports'there has been a good attendance of buyers In the market this week, the prices being well maintained and a larger number than usual changed hands at the nales held nt the bazaar. Tho arrivals of country stock have been chiefly from the Windsor and Berrima districts ,. from the latter, place a . lot of horses broken into saddle belonging to P."'. Throsby, Esq., mere sold nt a good average, and a lotof unbroken horses,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 19 October 1861

,M Department of Publio "Worin,?.'.,¡ *.,.. ,.,'-v':' .Sydney, 18th October, 1861. - ' TENDEES FOB PUBLIC WORKS AND : ? . '?. - ' . SUPPLIES. . . , ", , .," TENDERS aro invited for tho following PUBLIC 1 ''WORKS AND SUPPLIES. ' . -, f,;, Por fiül"pártioularB soe Government Gazette, .a filo of 'wbich'is kbpt at every Police Ofllcp iri,tho polony. )- "Wo fondor will bo takon into consideration, unloss tho n'amo'of tho'work'for whioh.fl; ia intended .bo written on tho coyer..-' '-'_"' '*.' ', ".,',', ,-; ., ' ?' Nature bf Worts and Supplies: '"".Dátes to which Tenders 'can bo 'rc;' coivêd ot this OIHcé Consrrüctiöh'qf à' Bridge lit Rylé-, ; ' stohb..."..:.'..'...'.".(.'....J-!., 'Construction of Additions i'\ to ".' Stpiioy'Creek Bridgo .'.V,..'..;^., Erections 3 of Additions - tb'J tho" ' Court House, and Repairs "lo ' tho ' Lookup,' Scone'..1...'..'..'»'. '. ?' ,12 o'clock, noon,- on Tuesday, 22nd Ooto bor. ... .... .". .;. Ercotipn i of Lodging, Ilouses : on .Globo Island ..j;..t.:....

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SUICIDE OF MR. THOMAS THYRWITT BALCOMBE. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 19 October 1861

SUICIDE OF MR. THOMAS THYRWITT   BALCOMBE.   Tho greatest excitement prevailed at Paddington on   Monday morning, on it becoming known - that on the previous night, Mr Thomas Thyrwitt Balcombe, of Na- poleon Cottage had put a period to his existence, by. blowing his brains out at tho gate of the Rev. J.D.   Brennan. The unfortunate gentleman was an artist of considerable repute and of late years had held a situa- tion in the Survey Office. He has left, a widow and   three children, tho eldest a daughter 17 years of age. The City Coroner and a jury of five held an inquest on the body of the deceased, at Dimond's.Inn, Upper Pad dington on Monday, when the following evidence was adduced:-     Sophia, Mary Brennan deposed : I am the wife of the   Rev. Mr . Brennan ; we reside at Paddington; I have known the deceased, Thomas Balcombe, three years ; he resided next door to us ; I have o...

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

A TALH OV Honiton.-Slr--, we slinll coll.him Mr Vellum, of Melbourne, ¿1 blessod with tho friendship of Mr-, wo shall call.him Mr Stockwhip-whose cattle station is not a hundred miles from Echuca. . Stockwhip U in tho habit of sending down tongues, potted butter, rolled beof, and fifty other littlo up-country niceties to hil town friend ns presents. On Tuesday last arrived st Volluin's oflico a good-sized keg, tho address card in tho usual, well-known handwriting. It was late in tho (fternoou, just about timo to start for Paradiso Tilla, South Ynrra ¡ tho gift was safely stored in the buggy, jud ofl* Vellum started with tho treaauro ¡ while tea was getting ready tho keg must be opened. "How heavy, itu," says ono. "What on earth nan he hnvo sont this time," soys another. Speculation was not allayed ulicn the lid was prized open, and only dry salt presen- ted to view. " Dive dcopor," was tho order of Pater- familias, " thoro must be something else in it." ' Tho t»\t was carefully remo...

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

T H E T U R F. Tn K Jockey Club Meeting at Melbourne 1ms been the principal topic of discussion in sporting circles during the week. In thegreat race Tor the ?2000 guineas, it will be seen that the favorite Flying Buck was completely bowled over, Mor- mon winning ., with comparative, ease, whilst the once celebrated flyer'could only, manage with difficulty to secure fifth place." This result is so far satisfactory that it entirely removes the unjust suspicions that the Buck was " dosed " while in Sydney; for we are informed that he came to the post on Thursday in tip-top condition, and with unlimited confidence on the part of his owner and supporters. His running in the Guineas must he taken as decisivo proaf that whatever he might have done as a three-year-old v» ifh Cst 51b up, he is nevertheless not the sort of animal for carrying weight over a long distance. Mormon's victory has very naturally brought Archer into additional favour fbr the Cup, and as a consequence Mr De Mestre's...

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