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THE A T RIC A L S, [?]c. ROYAL VICTORIA.—DRAMA. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 26 October 1861

THE A T RIC A,LS, Ssc. ROYAL VICTORIA.-DRAMA, ? . Tho rcáppoaroríca of Mri and Mr Hill^on tho boards ;of this theutro on'Monday night last, aftor on absence of móro.tliaii twoyears, was a!pleaàing, evpnt,? ut least to thuir mnnyfi-iondsj and their l-ecoption'oii that occasion, in tho "Lady of Lyons" must liavo been very .gratifying to their feelings as artists In every way descrying. Mrs Hill's Pauline was very chaste and correct ; and elicited many tokens of genuine approbation. Our good friend Lambert was, os . is usual with him, as perfect ns pos- sible in old General Dumas. AVo regret, however, that tho part of Claudo Mclnotto was ' not. allotted to Mri Rayner; who has maduita completo study, and to i whoso talonts it is most admirably suited.. On Thursday night " Jack Shoppard". was performed at this theatre for tho benoit of Mdmo. Mario Duret, whoso imperson- ations'aro always most artistic).* and "correct. . Apropos, will tho.talented lady forgive ns for,suggesting ta bur ono...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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ANSWERS TO C0RRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 26 October 1861

ANSWERS TO C0RRE3P3NBENTS. nr.MrcTAÑcKs UKCÍ:I\VKD nam A.* A., P«V» niver¡ J. J., llr.il J'.voml, muí fiom Uriinge Agent, _

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 — 26 October 1861

? <. 1 ENTLEHEN'.'.favouring ns with orders for this VHT vJoiiyniil will bi) pleased to óiielosü tlio .necessary advance tor six months subscription, viz 13s, or a £1 ?nolo wliieh will cover three quarters of the year.1 ' >\ '?. i-Vf" ;" CAUTION TO TUE PUBLIC. ALL partios in Sydney and tho suburbs aro cautioned against paying monies on ncuount of tho Under- signed lo any-purdon whomsoever, without obtaining n printed receipt ou bluo paper, bearing their written sig- nature. PIOKEKINO & NICHOLS. _ October 25th,18Sl. . - ,

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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A STORY OF BLOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 26 October 1861

A STORY OF BLOOD. . AT Chester"Assizes, on Friday, Martin Doyle-ww hr dieted for wcrùndmg'Jnrio Brogine, with intent to murder her and to do her giijvous bodily lioirni.. Of tlio many brutal casos for ivhioh tikis country.' is unfortunately/ so conspicuous, this ono exceeds almost any in" atrocity, that lins bpen friod for ninny years. Tlio unhappy prosecu: trix vas brought in lind put upon Ibo bonch, and scamed, in tbo'ino«rdrcadftil'jitato, ind hardly Ct to give lier qvi denco. Hor faco was seamed nnd scarred in tlio most dreadful manaor, and a perfect , thrill of horror ran through tho court nt her appearance. Tho caso had pro- ceeded a very short way when tho poor creature was taken so ill and*fuint that she could not continuo hor cridenco until restoratives liad been applied and water poured over lier head. ' A moro.shocking sightihus^ sel- dom been scon,' rind tho court,'as usual on such occasions, wns'crowded with ivoirien of all .'grades, ladies asi ,well others." ' ' ' ". ]...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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AQUATICS. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 26 October 1861

AaUATICS. ?" Tnjî CltAitPiós MATOUES I*S\I TASMANIA.-Tho ar raiigcmonts fur sending clown iv champion whaleboat crow tb Tasmania nrb now so far completed that tho mon selected, TU:., Punch, McGrath, .II. Groen, B, G roon, and Cronin; purpose leaving corly in tho ensuing month. A subscription to defray their passaga and other ex- pénseselas,boon oponed and is filling up rapidly. -, Mean- while, AVUII tho viow' of justifying tho selection made, and in order to keep themselves in trim, tho mon have issued it*8hallen"go to pull any othur craw in tho. colony for a pii^e/of .t'10, or £20,, or £50 aside, tho money to go to soiim. benevolent institution. Thero was some talk during tlii> \yeok of tho oll'er having beon taken up, but on tho " champion crow" attending pursuant to appoint- ment nt 'Patterson's on Thursday night to maka a mutch, it became apparent that tho talk,on tho other sido was all " gas," there being nb ono iii attendance to represent any opposing prow. ....

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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THE YELVERTON MARRIAGE CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 26 October 1861

THE YELVERTON MARRIAGE CASE. Tills caso'Was debatí»! on Tuesday (July 1G), in tho Court of Session, Edinburgh, on appeals arising , on tlio proof ns to tlio admissibility of ovidohce ¡ lord Ardiiiil lan linring hold it tobo incompetent to; hdniit proof of -statements mndo by tho pursuer about tlio limo of her' al- leged marringa with' tho defender, and when, BÎIO was ' living with him as his wife. . ' . 1 . Ulr Harry Smith appeared in support of Ibo reclaiming noto of Mrs Yolverton, mid contended that it was just and right that shu should bo allowed to provo, from tho Îmrsuor's stutomonts at tho timo sho was living with de- fender, that alie was living with him, not us his mistress,. hilt hs his wife. If she stated to ovory onu wlio asked hor. - to hor friends, to those in whoso houses olio lodged-that 'tho liefernder was her husband, was coming to livo with lior as hor husband, and tho like, that was all indication of lier bona fide understanding of tho relation' subsisting botweon...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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MANCHESTER AND SALFORD REGATTA. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 26 October 1861

MANCHESTER AND SALFORD EKG-ATTA. Tratford l'nrk Stakes.-HA>'BICAI> SCCLLKUS RACE, of ¡C20, in Wager Boats. First boat, £15 ; second ¡£5. FIUST HEAT. Five Friends.-G. Williamson;- Manchester«............ 15 lengths I Tlic Victory.-F. G. Barratt, .Manchester.tí lengths a Kuri of Elesmcre.-J. Williams, Manchester.H lengths 3 Won br six lengths, severn! lengths between the second and third, Barratt mudo a claim qf foul, which was not entertained, howover, by tho stewards. SECOND HEAT. Little Annie.-M. Scott,'Newcastle...........10 lengths I .Tauet.-J. Taylor, Newcastle .0 lengths 2 The Newcastle.-K. Winship, Newcastle.13 lengths S The boats got otr in good stylo ; Taylor gained slightly upon the other tw;o nt starting, and before roaching : thc buoys lind taken tho second place. Scott, however, 'still maintained n load of about oight lengths. At tho Nome sis boathouse Winship was distanced. A lino, race in ; won by a longth. Timm HEAT. . Loni Kilmorey.--J. H. Clasper, Newcastle..-...

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 — 26 October 1861

C\\MrniírxTOW'¿í.-A cricket match came off last SntnrJ day, between tho" pupils of Mr Gordon's school ou C'timdon, and Mr McArtlmr's óf'Mncqtiario l-'ickkl which was'won by theforinori. Tho play on both side] ivas intlilfercnt ¡ out tho fielding of little Arthur l^owliJ of Mr Gordon's Behool was superb ¡ there is ovory i-eusoa to; believe ho will ono day mnho a Jirst-clasa cricketer.-] Mr MeArtlmr's school, 1st innings 55, 2nd innings 2D ; Mr Gordon's school, 1st innings 70, 2nd innings 0 ; ten wickets to fall. - ?

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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DEFEAT OF ROBERT CHAMBERS-THE CHAMPION SCULLER OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 26 October 1861

DEFEAT OF ROBERT CHAMBERS-THE CHAMPION* SCULLER OF ENGLAND. Wo tiiko.'tho following from tho Manchester Weekly Express of tho 17th August.

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 26 October 1861

CBICICET. A mal oh lins been arranged tn corio off on Saturday] tito 20tU instant, iu tlio outer, Domain;.. ? Tho followiiij gentlemen will represent each club : NATIONALS. ' G. ..uwolt E.1 (tailler O. Lewis T. Lewis P. Gonnin . E. Howley .. D. Taylor. \V. H'iN'Ui J. lk-nnclt . - Ireland E. (irvgary Ar, ur ONS. ft. Coulter H. Aylwnrd W. Muddle J. Kcllick. A. Leu-la ? J. .IVcntiiiK WV Hellyer Harper ? WA rey

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THE RING. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 26 October 1861

THE1 RING/ FnAKKMN AtrD.-SI'NVKTT.-ïlio match Jjetwcon thoso ! mon, appointod fô'r Tnosdùy last, wua. provuiitöd by tbs intorvuntion ot'.tho'nuthorittcfl, on: tho information of Mr Kully. -Tho rnon-woro ?opprohondo'd,'' and j sovuriilly bound over, to'keep tho penco lor twelvemonths in, ¿¡ICO, with tiro Burottes in'áB50 csoJi. ; .*. '-v .< ! L ...... f V

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 26 October 1861

I Dn.iT)i OP STOHJIV PBTitjiL.r^Vo rogrot to announce ? tho dcntli of Stormy l'etroh/wlio brcàtod her Inst -yester- day morning.:-: Ol tho, three mores intended1 by Mr TTishor to represent South,.Australia on our tniT, Are- thusa nnd Stormy Polrol aro dead, whilst Midnight broko down. , . ; ' ?,.!,-,; . ,; )?. -'.--.,'./:. '!.- .. i . f-.. ??? ?? -, i BJBQTJAMFICATIOX. OP. Yoma Arau.-1"\\b following notice wits posted nt tlieïSubSe'riiiUon^om'bir 'i'ubsdiiy evening i-" NbHco.r-^'ïoung Alina linvirigybeon disquali- fied iVoui fluming at tho Turf Ch^Spring MAefirig, 'his I entry has. booir doctored informal, and tho boraô is thbro j fore sera tell od for.-tito Turf .Club'- Groat Handicap'.'* ' By ordor of tho stewards, "VyiLWAii IBVBJ-Í Seorelary."

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 26 October 1861

ïlio rotura îiintch was pinjad nfc CattiplioHtoit-n botWcct tho Campbelltown mid Appin cricket clubs on Holiday, 21st October, 1801. . . . . .. OAMPBKLIJTOWNW FinST iNNIHnH. SKCOKD Ixsisos. II. Harris b Iluiniiliry. 4 , not nut..V McClanky.il IImii|iliry. S 1, Campbell '... < Frost l> f'nvnplicll..3 bllnm'iliry. i Klnií Ii lliitupliy5 c Winton. : Hone vClinch.;. s ? not out . : (inrness b llitniiihry... S ? ,y. Bye".. ; Smith nut ont. S ; -, No trails . ; llntinan c Clinch....;....:.......'... 12 ' ? r' " - l'nrker li Cuinpliell.O, ? Total .,.;.1 Mullion h I'nmjibeU. 0 . t-. . Joyce li ll um pl ly. ; 1 .-, . ,..i ? . Bye*. S ? . ? ..Total.» . «>><-.a- .; t,ft '? . ' ?? I Grand Total.87. , .-, ? Al'l'IN; FlIIST Ixslsos. ' . SECOXD IflSINOS. Cumplidle Unlnian. S c Bo»» I -.1 I Iltmiplm.v li llntmnn . .3 st Batmnn. 4 Wi mon c'Kliin. : 2 li Morris. i >mlthcMorris .,. 1 1 o-Kin« >....... i ll. Wlntnii st .Morris..-.. 0 c llntmnn ...... I Stallion li (...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 26 October 1861

? TBIJIIS AkT>1?niíoiüTtOK8 OP AW AininiOJU* EniTOii. -Unter a largo, strong man, wirha cowhido in his limul, "Is tho editor in ?" "Ho is." " You." ?"Yes." I have como to scttlo with yon." "AYcll (editor draws a rorolror), go ahead..". ' "I hnvo .tnkoh your paper now about a year.'! >." Well" (copping his pistol),' " And un nrtiolo in your last week's pnpor (editor "cocks tho pistol) ¿oonviuced mo. that you nood-" "I'dony your right to giro.it; be cautious, sir." "Give you what?" "A thrashing." ''Why, no, my dear »ir, I came to pay in advance for another year." Tho editor immediately wilted.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 26 October 1861

Nows from Melbourne anuouncos that Mr Or. "Vj. Brooko ia returning to England,.. ,It is added'that, ofter making monoy ns an actor, ho'lias lost it as a monagoi;.' Why tuon does ho como back P¿./Bottor slay and l'nnko' >monoy again "nsan actor," \ylicrp:bo appeal's!toibb osj tcemed'iu that capacity, tliun/conio bock hore, wherO'Çni tho honest opiuioir of'nil judges) ho is1 no ador otfnU.-r The Critic.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 26 October 1861

DEATH.                   On the 23rd instant, at the residence of her parents, College- buildings, Hyde Park, Benjamina T. L., the only and beloved daughter of Dr. T. R. Duigan, aged 24 years.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 26 October 1861

BUGGIES.-Mesara BURT niicl CO. lmvo just re- ceived a consignment of no top Concord Buggies from Non- York direct; They aro superior tb any yet to hand, and cnn bo sold at 40 guineas each. 954 ? ? Preliminary Notice Largo and Important Salo of valuable Liva Stock, at Yarrow Ville, near Campbelltown, in January noxt. BURT nml CO. aro instructed to announce that they , will sell by auction, ut Varrow Ville, near Campbell- town, carly in January next, . Tho thoroughbred (imported) stallion Magus > ' ? -: 'Ditto ditto. Wlialebono, by Speculation, out. of: Sir ' ^ Hercúlea, dam ---. . , . ... Sovoral'thoroughbred 2 your olds , (this foaling), by ' Magus - Brood mares, thoroughbred and half brod r, A number of horses, amongst which aro several fine, hackneys, all broken in . ,,. - ! A quantity of well bred quiet, cattle,'amongst which will lie n number of milch cows and springers . Other farming stock, Arc, . < r . . i. ß®"Tho stallions Magus and Whalobono oro parted .with i...

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ILLAWARRA TURF CLUB RACES. (Concluded from our last.) THIRD DAY, THURSDAY, OCTOBAR 17. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 26 October 1861

.ILIiAWAEIlA TUItl? CLTIB RACES.. .. (Concluded from our last.J : - TiiiitD DAY. TIIUKSDAY, OOTOBBH 17. ? Aul'öugli'in tho early part ol' ïhursdny tho weathor appeared by no menus favourable, yet'tho nttcmhmco on tho course .vms very good, . nnil tho wenther turned out most fnvournblo tliroughout thc tiny. U'lio first prizo WHB lor - '. . ? ': Thu Jiwins' l'ensiî of 50 sovs ; for nil horses, the win-" " ncr of tho Municipal; Town- Plato' to 'carry rostra weigl it iiot exceeding 71bs j weight for age j: heats, two . milos. . -.- .; '-? '...,', ' ? .' Mr. Kerwin's c ni Koh-UNoor, 4 yra..l, '... .V...'........DrlicoH I"' I" G. K. U'nlrtron'ii eh if Erin-so-BrnjjIi, I yrs '2 .2 Jenkins' eli g Uilcnilcrra, 0 yr»..7.- ...... 0,0 M'I.eo.1'3 bl (j Tom lluy, 5 yrs. cir J. Tait's ell g Tartar, 0 yrs. dr I In this rnco Eriii-go-llrngh had to carry Bibs extra, as tho whiner of tho Town Pluto, and, by BOIUO mistake, we understand, carried Homo pounds over weight in tho first lient. Koh-i-Noor af...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 26 October 1861

TUR OTU3A.T BICTUItE of Hw BATTLR between SAYERS and KEENAN, including upwards ol' 30D portraits from pictographs,'tnkon'.pxprossly for tho pnrjmso' ísjnoiv' cónírplówd,'';"A picture wbiuh, for tho magnitude pf its scalp, tho* fidelity of its portraitures, tho iuuucuso labour bestowed .upon its production, and tho oxecution of ito dotnUs,!iá 'without a pura Hoi in tho whole range pf sporting prmts,"-Morning Advertiser, Nov. 7. :"A:mpro*'correct l-cprcgcntntioii bf tho bnttlá of Porn borough cannot bo imagined,"-Tlib Sporting Lifo, Nov. 10. " Marvellous production."-Bell's Lifo in London, Nov. ll.' ''Admirnblo'work of art.'.'-Sporting Tele- graph, Nov. l-l-, " It is different nnd superior to any- thing else of the samo unturo and class." "A work that, for sizo, fidelity, its' mass bf living portraits, and its suponor oxecution, not only eclipses nil provioui attempts of this rint\ire,*but' as a novel work of art, lins given to tho country on 'historical record,' that, considering tho...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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THE TURF IN VICTORIA. JOCKEY CLUB SPRING RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 26 October 1861

THE TURF IN VICTORIA'.; JOCKEY CLTJTB SPRING RACES. h'iWo last week 'published briofly tho! issuc^ of tho I sovernl ovcuts oil the two first days, reeeivid by telegram. Wo now giro our Viotoriuu namesake's..report of the nico for tlio'great el uko of tlio meeting, usulso too .third day's running, and other items of intcrost. , ' . .1 :/', ; t.. V.XHTUSDAY, OOTOUKll lÎTit. ' ''. Two TitousAXD Q.uiOTiAB- STAKES, of 100 sors,paoli, . half forfeit,-with 500 sovs lidded. Distuneo, two miles und a miartor. . Second horso received 200 sors out of tho stakes, and the .third horso saved liis\atako. Vnluo of stake, 1800 sovs. \ Mr1 J.1 Hcndcradii ns b U Mormon, by Tho Premier Delftware Girt,« jr», IOU 1 lb. .Morrison 1 S. Henderson ns b o Canillen, by Conrad or WnrhawkV-. ? Calliope; 3 yrs, 7»t.;.M'Utc ; 2 T. Bavin's ur K l'laicatclier, by Dolo-Ganymede, nial V Ost, 121b.:....:..Perklii» S Cowell'» b 1» liiiuiml, by Warhawk-llnscbud, 5 yr», . Dst IOU,.wakefield 0 T.3. Bavin's b|t Plying »nek,...

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