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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 2 November 1861

[ Ona " UNOI.ES."-Theso respected relatives ero in a «tato of fearful trepidation on tho score of their " i« tercst," in consequence of tho Dill now beforo Parliament for tho " regulation of Pop Shops " not being, in their opinion, thc exact 'Wicket." 'I'hoy havo thereforo taken the "pledge " to opposu tho mensuro in ovary way, and aro prepared "lo back" themselves, nt "two to one" that they will suocoed in advancing suoli argumonts as must convince their numerous "uopliows " and "niocos" that if ever there was a purely disinterested and alfocli onato rotation in tko world it ii nu ".uncle." Wo hope it is so. . '. ,

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 2 November 1861

ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. REMITTANCES RECEIVED from B. J. O. N., Carcoar) O. II.. Walgett) J. C., Otago ; and from tilchmond «nd Wollongong ' - Agent*. .' . W. R. OUNDT.K TOVCK.-We are grateful for report« of cricket match« written in.the regular form,'but we have no tims to »e-writethetame. , . .. '' J.H.-We rannet «es the point. ' ? ' J. I.. C.-Tho Mannings were hanged at Hortetnonger Lane Gaol cn Tueidiy, November, tStb, IB49. ' T. ll., HUltRANOONG.-Enclose ÜS, «nd we wilt undertake the labour of lurching our nie» to answer your half dozen quittions. BINALONG.-Thant«. Your Glebe " STORY." shall receWe at- tention In an early nnmber. Finish the Ula and forward it through the pott.

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BELL'S LIFE IM SYDNEY. STDNEY, NOVEMBER 2, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 2 November 1861

BELL'S LIFE IM SYDNEY. STDTWT, NOVEMBER 2, 1801. TH« ' coming visit of the English cricketers to bliese colonies is a subject of deep interest and im- portance to every well, wisher of the'*.' noble game ;" "and one that is well calculated to awaken the ener- gies of our own players to their fullest extent. For I the flr«t time they will have an opportunity of wit- nessing play that will hot alone excite their admira- tion, but from which they roust also derive a prac .. tical and valuable lesson. The effect of the visit nf our English friends will exercise a powerful in- fluence upon the future of cricket in Australia, by stimulating our mien to increased exertions in ac- quiring the SCIENCE of their fnvori te sport. To qualify themselves to meet the AH England Eleven in the^manner worthy of the occasion*, must now be the anxious study of our Colonial cricke- ters, and to enable them to do this, steady and constant practice must be the order of the -day. That the cricketers of New ...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE HOUSE THAT CHARLEY BUILT. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 2 November 1861

THE HOUSE THAT CHARLEY BUILT. "The country is indebted to mo for .tbo-Beform Bill, which hus brought the present Parliament into existence." -Cowper's Table talk everywhere.' \

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PEDESTRIANISM. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 2 November 1861

PEDESTRIANISM. CLATIKK AND O'CONNOR.-Preliminaries of a return match between these crack runners have boen arranged ibr £100 aside, to come off on an carly day of which due liotico will be given. Tho first deposit will be made this evening at 8 o'clock at the Lighthouse Hotel.

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE SPIRIT OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 2 November 1861

THE SPIRIT OF THE WEEK. Tho tranquillity of dulness lias been tho feature of the past week. Business as usual ; tho hope of activity at Ohristmas sustaining the drooping spirits of business men. .. Polities have been lively. Tho amusing Morpethinn has had another- "go in" at Mr Justice Wiso. His motion for the removal of that learnod Judge from the Bench was of course ignominiously scouted by thohouBO, notwithstanding Davey's extraordinary exertions. Tho now " cry" being raised for political agitation throughout the colony is " Railway communication," and Ministers are in something like a " fix." Tho foundation stone of tho Balmain School of Arts was laid on Saturday last hy T. W. Smart, M.P. Jmio Elphick, of Laue Cove, has died suddenly from a disenso induced by intempérance. ,.-. Two persons havo been fined £20 each with coBts, for commencing to build without giving the requisite notice of their intention to the City Engineer.; ? A fire broke out at tho residence of Mrs Priest, at...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 2 November 1861

TrtE EXHIBITION OP 1802.-Our colony will not bo unrepresented amongst original inventor» nt tho Great Exhibition, and by thc curiosities now ou viow at tho School of Arts, preparatory to their shipment, is n two-aeamed coat, manufactured by Mr H. Zions, of Cas tlcrongh-rtreot, which lias tho peculiarity of appearing -as entirely without a scam, and must bc advantageous not only in respect to appearance but to tho flt of tho nearer. This garment ÍB certainly unique and well worthy of inspection, and, wo underhand that it can bo " built" at a leis coat than tho ordinary habiliment, in consequence of tho diminution of labour required in its construction. Wo boliovo it is Mr Zions' intontion to toko out a patOut for bis ingenious invention.

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE ATRICALS, &c. ROYAL VICTORIA.—DRAMA. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 2 November 1861

T HE ATRICALS, ft'c. .BOÏATJ VICTORIA.-PBAMA. The management of this Theatre continues to show a most praiseworthy dcsiro of giving satisfaction to its patrons. Buring tho hist week the popular Adelphi drama of " Jack Sheppard," and a now piece called " Marianne Duval, or tho Yivandicre," were both very efficiently performed by the whole strength of the company. In Madame Durct's hunds the purt of Jack Sheppard heroines an impersonation of singular truth- fulness and effectiveness ; and wo do not wonder, there? fore, nt the marked success of the piece.' Wo regrot, however, that, tho taste of our public should loan in that direction ; and that pieces of higher order, and having a tendency to elevate the mind should find so few admirers, or, rather supporters. Wo have soino recoil ed ion of having read many yoars ago a French novel ont ¡tied the ".Vivandière," or Muriaimo Duval, and we believe that it hos been dramatised from it and then adapted to the English stage. We do not think t...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ACCEPTANCES FOR THE MELBOURNE CUP. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 2 November 1861

ACCEPTANCES FOB THE MELBOURNE CUP. Mr Henderson ru br h Mormon, a yrs IOU llb, (with Sib extra,) De ilcstrc'a b h Archer, 5 j ri, Ott li>lb, (with 31b extra.) T. Davin'« gr g Fintcatcher, aged. Sit 31b, . O. Watson's b g Bolero, aged. Sst, ' li Watson's bl g The Moor, aged, Sst 121b, ' 1. I». Fisher's ch g Nutwlih, aged. Sst 121b, ? v .. J. Henderson ns ch m Dispatch, aged. 8st 91b Thos. Clilrnslde's b g Partisan, aged, Sst 71b, Dc '.cstre's b g inheritor, aged, Sst lib, E. Coleman's b g Defence, 0 yrs. Sst Sib, Wm. Pearson's bl g Prince, aged, Ssl, . J. Col..ham'« br m Twilight, aged. 7st 121b, J. Coldham's b ni Grey Dawn 4 yrs 7*1121b, T. Mavin's b h Moscow, 4 yr» 7»t 121b, W. c. Yullle's gr g Tory Boy, « yrs 7at 111b, W. S Evan's bl m Black Bess, 0 yrs, 7st llb, J. Henderson ns hr f Medora3 yrs. 7st, J. Henderson ns ch p Sorcerer, 3 yrs, fist f ib, P. Warby's br c Antonclli, 3 yrs, 6st 71b, . J. Orr's bro Eagle's Plume, 3 yrs fist71b, Cole's rn g Fireaway, 3 yrs, fist Gib. " E...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SYDNEY MARKETS, FRIDAY. WHOLESALE PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 2 November 1861

SYDNEY MARKETS, FRIDAY. WHOLESALE PlllCBS. WHEAT, 5a Od per buahel t nour, ? £10 to £14 per ton ; malic, 4s Ut) ; English baner, Hs nd ; capo do Ss per cashel i oaten h ny, presad, £8 10s per lou ; unpressed £'~; lucerne hay, £6 tn fa lOa nar ton: duller, li lil to li 3d i ellene, Od lo Bdt bacon. 6d; en» ls 6<1 io 2» Od per dozen ; Cm-Is. Zn 0,1; 1. 3< 6il per couple ; potatoes, £0 £B 10B ; rat plo 4il per pound i beef, tallow JEM ; mutton ditto, £48 to £30 pet ton ¡ Utile», Si tolla; lolmcro, |j4dio li Od per lb, best quality | lucerne leed, ls perin, retail, 2m perennial rod clover, ditto dltlu; whlto Dutch, 2s Ort per lb ; station and mixed grasse*, 2s 6U per lb, Biinrhum inccbaraturu, 'Od per lb; seed oats, fia Od lo On Od. per bimhel : Toed ont*, na. FBURIS ArTU SOU, Commission Agents,

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 2 November 1861

CRICKET. ArjiniiT v. WAHWICK.-A match has boon arranged between these, two clubs,, commencing at ono o'clock this day, (rn tho Domain ground. At a eomuiitUe meeting of. tho Warwick, on Wednesday night, tho fol- lowing gentlemen were chosen to represent tho dub : Messrs G-. Cleeve, Ii. Thompson," II.' Martyn, S. Dent, F. Brenan, If. Ferris. John Tait, C. Ferris,-A: -Turk,. C.. Beadett, and W. Fowler.'--"

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BEAUTY IN MEN. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 2 November 1861

BEAITÏST IN MEW.. "Tcantell whëti a woinau's faoè is beautiful," said s friend tu us tho other day, " but I don't know what you cull a handsome mau." Wo might have referred bira to tho popular romance« of the present day for tho description of manly beauty ; but having little sympathy with those perfect beings with expansivo brows of snowy whiteness, oblong, drooping, deep piercing blue, black, or grey eyes, ilnoly chisselled features, rich, wavy curls, and all tho uiiuutiio of ianoied perfection, wo simply said wa believed thero was no par- ticular standard of beauty recognised muong tho ladies with ivt'oroiice to luUsox, and we think that in so saying wo were correct, «'I do not liko a pretty man, With pretty lips ana pretty walk, With hands that prettily sport a fan, ' And delicate lina that prettily talle j" says a lady at our elbow, au interesting and sensible one too. . . We boliovo, as a gouorol thing, ladies do not liko what arc called pretty men ; their style of taco is too...

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 — 2 November 1861

MADAME irND-GoiJisouiiiDT.-Tho Liverpool Albion of2Gth August urmo unces that Madame Uoldschmidt was to appear .nt Uni Philharmonic Concorts in tliat city Homo timo in October. , It adds thata performance of Mendelssohn's oratorio of Elijah waa preparing in Lou- don, hi behalf of a local oharity, at which Madame Goldsohmidt has generously odored her services to sing Mundclsshou'ii gründest composition, tho interpretation of which has been considered hy many ns Alúdame Goldschmidt's finest aehiuvoniunt. On her first umirar anoo at Liverpool, tlioro is to bu n performance of Hay dn's .Creation, in which Madame Qoldsohmidt ie to sing tho soprano part'and Sims'Acores tho .tenor,-fortlio flint tuno .with tho great artihto. Signor Bollctti is to oonipUtto tho nueinble by Binging thu buse, a Combi iiHtioii that, hus not hitherto beon witnessed. Tho .oratorio ia to be sucoeèdod tho following oreuing br a miscellaneous concert, at which, in addition to tho transcendaut attraction of Mndanio ...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SYDNEY HORSE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 2 November 1861

SYDNEY HORSE MARKET. Gilbert and Co report that all fresh horses brought to the ham- mer during the week have been readily disposed of at the reierve placed upon them. In some Instance* however, even a higher figure was realised. There Is no relaxation in the continued ap- plication for good 'useful upstanding horses adapted for coachers and town hackneys. Of these description of stock the market Is completely b ire. The enquiry for stock and pack horses li unabated, and as they arc prlnclpslly required for shipment, condition ls the essential quality indl-pen*able. Wc Are advised of a draft of cart colts from the Western district, which, in all probability will n'rive in thc market In about ten days j limy arc described as a very first class lot. Messrs. Burt and Co report :-There lias been a good attendance ot buyers In the market this week, and there ha» been a slut of low priced Inferior drauabt horses, but anything perfectly bioko and flt for Immediate use-either for saddle or ...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
REMARKABLE CHASE AFTER A FRAUDULENT BANKRUPT. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 2 November 1861

REMARKABLE CHASE AiU'ER A FiiAUliu LENT BANKRUPT. On Wednesday afternoon, Michael Haydon, the well known City detective otficor, returned to Loudon, haring for the last six weeks been engaged in ono of tho most ! exciting chases alter a fraudulent bankrupt which pro- bably ever occurred. It may bo in tho recollection of our reidor» that a merchant named Ladislu Kiss, who carried on business in Wullhig-street, City, wits a short tittie back adjudicated bankrupt, that ho failed to sur- render, absconding with, it was believed, ns much ai .£"10,000, the property of his creditors. A warrant waa issued und a reward of £100 offered for his apprehen- sion, but these not having tho effect of securing his pur sou, the caso was placed in the bauds of Haydon, who, it is hut fuir to Bay, has evinced remarkable taut anti judgment in all tho movement« ho has tukon, and has succeeded in stopping tho career of a notorious delin- quent. . The result of certain inquiries induced Haydon (who was armed...

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 — 2 November 1861

THE CiiiNOurNE DISEASE is a singular example of de- praved taste. Thora is something specific in it. Thé hoops of Hogarth's time kept thou- ground for many a year ia spito of tho derision thoy wore exposed to by Ho- garth's pencil. Tho femalo subject seems liablo to a morbid passion for hoops. Moreover, an ugly fashion, Uko an ugly our, appears' sometimes to commend itself to femalo favour by its slicer ugliness. Tho days of Belinda and hoops were also tho days of Shock and poodles. Witldn tho memory of man tho old ehoudder of-mutton sleeves, appropriately so named, not only on account of their form, but also iu accordance with tho sheepish gregariousness which caused thoir geuoral adoption, were retained as obstinately as crinoline ¡snow. Thoso appendages to f'oininiiio costume, however, were simply hideous and absurd. Thoy exposed tho wearer to small peril except that of upsetting tho butter-boat ¡ and they involved her in little inconvenience boyond tluit of mopping up tho gravy....

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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REVIEW. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 2 November 1861

RETIE W. TUB LADY OP TUB MANOR OP TOI'OBOST.-A TAIR OP DOMESTIC LIFE.-Saunders, Qlcy and Co, Brook-street EanoVBisguare.-The " Lady of tho Manor of Toucroft," who rejoices in the common name of "Walker," is in.no degroo a captivating personage. Daughter of a man on tho " turf," a " log, »nd wedded to a rascal who commits forgery, tho link of tho story is clearly ono of criminal interest. Tho chiof attraction of the narrative ¡3 .concen- trated in tho Rector's family, and in tho differences which occur between a fathor and a grown-up son-tho Hard ingham's differences-occasioned by a falso pride on. both sidos, tho ono assorting paternal authority to the oxtremo of " divine right,", tho other wincing under and repudiat- ing it, nnd fur a tinto tho whole width of tho world lies between thuin. Finally drainatio justice is done, and each receives his mocd. Asa specimen of .the mannor we give the following, touching tho antecedents of- tho "Lady of the Manor of Topcroft" :-' ' " :'. . . '...

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 — 2 November 1861

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. ' BEIUNO TNB Vocrrp».-A. sensation stupendous BS tito iiluo-Mouiilains wns'ereiiled amongst thu audit-lieu ut tho CViUrnl PplicuîC'oiirt on Saturday last, when Gcorgu Clop«, a'.poHprt'ul aiiil ^dcjrniiiniil young fellow, agni efytt'year*, was brought up iii clim go of u strong body of police, to uiiíúcb for tile atrocious crimo of Iiaviiifj run^ a'pcal.'sbmethiiig between " a triple Bobuiajor "andu set of" giandsiro triples," on thu surgery bell of an eminent practitioner residing in Klizubctli-ítrcet. The ooufuaiou caused by tho appearance of . the tinkling delinquent having partially subsided, we gathered from tho évidence produced tho following horrible particulars. It appeared that on.tho previous day, precisely at 2 lu 17 ai. 33} s. p.in.,' tlie IJoctor was in his sanctum, enjoying the luxury of a "¿roten study," (dissecting a bott lo of Byass), when he was seriously alarmed hy tho sudden and violent agi- tation of tile " night-bell." His first idea was lire...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 2 November 1861

-? . ? ' \ ' ' X£onsE-iuciNG%-Wo understand thatlt is the inten- tion of Mr William Osborno to -put his racj-horso Alder- man into immediate training for tho Jatuary meeling of the Bandwiek ïurf Club. Mr Onbomo will-also hare the training of Mr .Waldron's lirin-jo-Brnah and Prince for the samo meeting. If these htrscs provo as successful at Bandwick as they have beenin their late engagements, the ownerB will havo good icason to be proud of thom.-Illawarra Exprett.

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 — 2 November 1861

Jn our Parliament House that's composed of a lot, 'flint can scarcely declare or determine what'» what, It may not bc p'lhaps out of place or of time, To string all the members at once into rhyme ; Into thyme for the reason that » here there's no wit, We may make with their names a most capital hit, To begin then at once-there la Charley the slippery, . ~" ? ¡ He's a mutch for them all, and a regular clipper-he . Glides and he winds thro'thc mealies of all, , And makes every opponent look duccdly small, - > ls name is Charles Cowper thc Premier and Chief, To whom all thc wide country recurs for relief. When distress from the lack of a ruler to guide her, Involves her In tharne from which nothing can hide her. Ile enters the chamber precisely at three. With his box and'hls papera all square to a T. Eyes Arnold appear, and then zealously seeks For his colleague financial K. Carpenter Weekes. As the minutes advance yon will see enter In James Hoskins, well-known for his scowl and hi...

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