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The great Trotting Match between Liverpool and manchester. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 17 November 1860
The great Trotting Match between Liverpool and manchester. >.' This groat meo for £200 asido between Mr Moffitt'* (of Manchester) Butcher Boy and Mr C. Ammea's (of Liverpool) Tho Daw, came off "according to uppoinhnenF; on Thursday, at tho raco-courso of Ncwton-lo-Wülóws', Tlio distance, run was twico round thocourso, ratltor ovor two miles aúd a quarter. Wlien tho match was made Butcher Boy immediately becumo the favourite, but it was reported that ho had been hurt on ono foot and was lamo. Thu betting then veered round to 5 to 4 on the mara on tho evening before the raco. Considering this was tho only iaco,.u Tory rlargo concourse assomblcd on tho ground, and an immense amount was invested at the start, tho odds being ll to .10 on tho Liverpool mure. In consequence! of tito Into heavy rains, tho coursa was very sollt and spongy, which "was nu advantage to tho horse. Aftor some trouble two umpires wcro chosen, viz, Mr Peter Campbell for tho Liverpool maro, and Mr Thomas Parkinso...
Pedigree of the Winner. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 17 November 1860
^ Pedigree of tlie Winner. j PCTiÖBBlt^-St 'Albans was broil by tho Sfarquis of ... Ailosbury, nnd Tras gob by'Stockwéll out of Bribery.' DESOBIPTTOK.-St Albans is a rich dark-coloured ."' cbesnut librae,j with a.white blnzo in his face, and] two : ..white'.heels! behind., Standing about 16 hands j two inches highu His head is very neut and bloodlike, has a 'clean nock, and good shoulders, is not very deep hi lils girtL or powerful in his middle, but has a good book, quarters a'little straight, and strong thighs and hocks, not OTer lavgu knocs, but good bone, with, long springy pasterns. Ile coiTies hiraoelfrathor gaily .when out; and is in points very Uko his , aire, , .with moro length1 and showing moró breeding. j ? ? . FRIDAY, 14TH SBFTBSIBBII. Tho DONOABTUB CVP, vslue 300 sovs j throe year old« 7«t, four 8at 61b, flvo Sst 121b, six and aged 9sti21b i&lt; marcs and geldings allowed Sib) winners extra,; &o |. Cup Course (about two miles and a half.) ? I Xorri Zetl...
The Doncaster Grand Stand Receipts. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 17 November 1860
The Doncaster Grand Stand Receipts. j I Tile receipts for. tho Grand Stand aro invprecedonted in tho history of' tho St Leger. Upwards of dE-1,000 - bave boon-taken during the prosont'week. In 1859 they . poached £3,180 j in 1858, £3,390; in 1857, £3,768 ; in 1856, £2,502 ; in 1855, £2,G69 ; and in 1854, £2,723. .! Those amounts refer to tho total sum, after the usual deductions liare been made, Tims,-with tho exception . pf the famous Blink Bonny year (1857), thoro is a ? con- siderable excess in tho receipts ; and oven that year was -ileas by at least £800 thnn 18G0. " i.
THE ENGLISH TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 17 November 1860
THE ENGLISH TURF. j I Tho follbivmçEnglish' sporting intolligence is from our Loudon namesake :-1 ¡ ¡ '* . Tho St Leger Settling is reported to have heeii harm- less ¡.noi jety' largo stakos having been landed. Lord Ailesburry tho owner of St Albans, it is said, wins little beyond thc amount of tho stakes. It is long since tho St Leger has been such an open race, and the many fluctuations, imuicdintoly boforo it, show how .doubtful woro the characters of Borne of tho cracks, \ IiATEST BETTING AT TATTERSALL'S. j CESAUEWITCir STAKES. j Dptuillflt.Pryor." 25 to I (tk) Golden Pippin.Godttinp; . 25 to 1 (oft") Tele-train.T. Taylor.33 to 1 (tl:) Newcastle .Jos, Dawson ... . 33 to 1 (tk) Bevl» .W. Day i.' 40 to 1 (tk) , ¡ Clolro ......Private .' 40 to 1 (tk) i Industrious.W. Goiter.MOto 1 (tk) | Manchester.J: Coates .40 to 1 (tk) : Plumper.A. Taylor . 40 to 1 (tk) j Wlldsravo .......Private ." 40 to 1 (tk) ; Nucleus ..'....ICellotv .i 50 to 1 (tk) : Danae .Weaver.50 to 1 (tk) '
SPORTING CHRONICLE.-00RACES TO COME. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 17 November 1860
S P O R T 1 NG CURO W I C L E. .. . -00-. ,? RAGES TO COME. nrceza.,......Nov alst «nd 22nd. Wee Wu«.Nuv27ih and J8ih. .. i, Liverpool.Dec 20th and 27lll.t . «¿J. nanlkham Hills...Jan lat, 1851.''- Sf *?& Guichen Bay.Jan. 9th, 10lhí*«UthPi Albury.Feb. l'ith. 13th; ana'Shn ncTOBIA. , i Castlemaine. Races...T.........Nov 27th and 28th . Hamilton Races....«.rice ' - Ballaarat T. a Snrln? Meotlnir :.One 5th, Gili, and 7th Smythesdale, Brown'«, and Carnham An- nual linces.Dec 11th and 12th Plough Inn Haces....Dec 20th Warrnambool Races.Dec 27th and 28th Bnurntteld Races.Ja» 1st lipping.Jen. 2nd. Penola Race.:?.Jan Dili anil 9th Portland Races.Jan 22nd, Mrd.and 24th iVant-oratta.,. .Jan. 29th, 30th, and 81st. QTJEBNSnAND. I Queensland Champion Sweepstakes.May 291b, ISSI. ? TASMANIA. .!? Third Australian Champion Stakes.December îrd, 1831. V
SYDNEY HORSE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 17 November 1860
I SYDNEY HOUSE MARKET. Messrs Burt und Co report thc sale of n large number of country horses throughout the week:'heavy draught going from £25 to £10; light harness do, £20 to £30; hackneys £12 to £25. The principal lots have been from Kiama «nd the Hunter, with the ex- ception of one lot of IO from Mittagong, which were cleared off from £10 to £35 each. ' The sale of Mr St George's horses and cab» on Tuesday was well attended, tho horse» going from £25 to £37 10s ; and thc hansom cabs from £32 to £G5 each. Mr Charles Martyn reports tho horse market has been very full o stock sincclast report, and thc sales heavy, without however price» being; materially affected ; a draft of unbroken colts were sold on Tuesday last at thc cattle market and made a good average, also a lot of unbroken colts and mules sold there next day ltclonglnp; to T. \V. l'csslcr. Esq, realised good prices. Tho regular sale» at tho Bazaar have each day been well attended and everything of a good stamp sold witho...
STOCK AND STATION REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 17 November 1860
STOCK AND STATION IIEPOIIT. Fat Cattle.-From thc increased supply, prices aro hardly so firm os last week. Wc quote prime qunlity, lisper lOOlus. Fat Sheep.-Prune sheep in wool have advanced a little thia week, and have iiccn »old at from Kin to 17» Cd; second qunlity, lia to 13s. Store Cattle.-Our principal enquiries are for well bred cows and heifers, which aro very scarce. "We quote well hrcd store cattle, mixed sexes, dulivcreil on the station, at from Sss to 42» ; all bul- locks, 55» to rios. Delivered at Maiden's Punt, mixed lexes, from 55« to 52s ; all bullocks, from 70s to 75B. Store Sheep.-Kw es for stocking new run» arc In demand, at from 10» to IS». Wether» are not so much enquired after. "We quote them nt from 10s (ld to I2s. Stations.-Pastoral properties In Queensland are in demand, as also fattening runs in the southern country. The unsettled iitnte of thc laud regulation will, we fear, have a depreciating effect upon New South Wales stations. Horses.-Strong upstanding...
SYDNEY MARKETS, FRIDAY. WHOLESALE PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 17 November 1860
SYDNEY MARKETS, FBIDA.Y. WHOLESALE miens. WHEAT, 7« tr» 8« per bushel ; flour, £19 per ton : matzo, 2i 9d to 3s burley, 4i ; capo ditto, 4s per buniol; liiy, oaten, JCS;.lucerne £4 par ton ; butter, »lil tu 9i) : cheese di tu 1»; bueon um) limns G&lt;1 to *l per lh ; Kn KR, 0.1 to ls perdonen ; fuir If, 2* 6'1 tn 3* fid per couple ; pntatoes, £12 to £15 por ton ; fut pl RS 64 to &I per lb ; beer, 40ft, mut- ton, 50 per cwt ; Hides. 5s to 15 ; tobucco, 1» 2d to ls Dd por lb, bent quality. lucerne seed 1« 6>l per lb, retail 2s; per renn I al red clover, ilttto ditto; wlilto Dutch, ditto ditto; station and mlxod grasse», ls per lb, sorghum laccharatum, ls per lb; seed oata fis Od to 6s 6d per bushel. FEIiUH AND SON, Commission Agents. IlAYMAltKET PnicEi - Hay, Ii» Oil lo 8s (ld t straw, ¡ls Oí to 5j Oil . wlicnt, |7» lU to Tn OJ ; matzo, I'S 8d tn 3s Oil ; nail, ai Gd tn 3s ld . burley, ¿Hf).I tn 3» OJ; cows,£S lUi to£10 alii; calve«,22s ta 33s ; burk. £3 Os to £3 15...
THE ST. LEGER SETTLING. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 17 November 1860
THE ST. LEGER SETTLING. . ?Without doubt thc St. Leger of 1800 will bo long looked upon AS amomoroblenno, for it is, indeed, ono of tho most romarkoblo that lins over taken pince since tho establish- ment of tho celebrated raeo. Wo can call to mind, no parallel to it, oxcept that of Bluo Bonnet, which wa« somewhat similar in its character. " Tho Corner" on Monday -was thronged with payers and receivers, :the two, wo should say hoing about equal. Tho groat raeo, up to tho very moment of its doeision, was generally con- sidered to bo a good betting race, thnt is that it was a good ono for " tho layers round" to operate upon. This, doubtless, was so to those who commenced their books late, biit to tho generality of bookmakers wo should pay thnt St. Albans wns, ene of the lew that spoilt their no counts. Thorp aro two or throb bookmakers that have won largely on St. .Albans. Amongst tho most prominent of lltoae, report points to Messrs E. Groen, Pearce, Steele, nnd .Tbbnson.' The princi...
No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 17 November 1860
À CAtrarox TO TniîfTEiia.-In tho beginning of last week, placards were freely issued in Wroxham by Mr . William Beale, headed " Great Attraction," " respect- fully" announcing a musical entertainment for Thursday evening last, for which tho following " talontcd artistes" (wo hope thoy ara now " distinguished") were to appear: -Miss lascelles, " tho celebrated ballad sinner ;" Mr Henry Whittle, " tho great picco and violinist'-" Mr Clifford Booth, " vocalist and pianist ¡" Mr Charles Mor- ris, " tho renowned performer. on tho concertina ¡" and Mr Frank Matthews, "tho eccentric buffo singer and ventriloipiest," who woidd givo Ids lauglmblo skotoh in Valontino Vox style. Besides all this, there was to bo a drawing " for twelve photograph and nlbotypo liko ncsscs of tho winaers." With such nn attractive bill of furo, grout numbers proceeded to tho hall nt the appointed hour, but to their astonishment they found that, the "talented" company had bolted without paying tho .printers, and on...
ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 17 November 1860
ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. , REMITTANCES RECEIVED from J. VT. A. Bathurst, and G. Ii. "WalRutt. , AOIiNT, WAGGA WAGRA, wet are anxious to hear from you. 2. C. HlTl'leton, attended to . - W, D,-Wüat jou describe Ia called n " straight," «nd la only uicd al '* poke" by »pecl.ll agreement befare commencing t>tayt but even then does not beat " three cighti"-a Flush does, F. G.-'Twas a lapsus. Vc have forgotten rather more Latin and infinitely inure Spanish than moat people ever knew. " Ruut Coolum." Thia umwers Victoria Theatre ulna. BQUKjTniEXsn.-A Utter aiidKssud "Equestrienne" li lying In our office. " HOOKEY WAIKR«.'"-A full report of thc hymeneal adventures of this gay Lothario, as disclosed at tbc police olllco uxainlnatlou, will appear in our next, as a warning and examplo ta other ir.« tending bigamists.
(To the Editors of Bell's Life in Sydney.) [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 17 November 1860
(To Um Editors of MelFs Life in Sydney;) GrENTliEStBN-I didn t 800 tho advertisement of tho Anniversary Regatta in your last paper, but Ijeithcr saw, or drcam't I saw it, in somo other ; nnd l.want- to make a few remarks upon tho conditions of tho.Ohampion Yacht Race. I havo always supposed that if thoro wns ono sport in which strangers wcro allowed greater' fnirplay than in another, that, sport was yachting ; and that tho spirit of rivalry nmong ynchtsmon wns of so friendly a nnture, that nothing wns overlooked, in a match, which could mnko tho sniling regulations ncceptnblo nnd satisfactory to visitors. I have, moreover, heard these facts attributed to tho small vnluo of tho pristes and large amount of credit sailed for. I henr somo boats nre coming from othor colonies for our very hnndsomo £300 prize, hut I much fear they will hardly bo satisfied with tho arrangements under which it has to bo won. Whop I see tho nico advertised in "Bell" I'll drop you another word, nnd teU tho co...
No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 17 November 1860
¡lell't Life lil Sydney mut Sporting CtironitU ls published mr} , Saturday morning. Country Siilucrlbers will bo received on pr / ment of Six Months in Attainer, viz., 13s. Thc Quarten md m , thc 31st March, .loth June, 30th September, and 31st Dccmrttr, respectively, at which periods only can Subscribers rrnlèn, on paying ugi arrears. Parties subscribing in the mlddleofn'Guartei will only he charged from tho ilate of their commencing.'.Adver- tisements mu^t specify ¡ii writing on tho face ut' them tho number of Insertions, or they will be continued anil charged accordingly, till countermanded. ~"
ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. (To the Editors of Bell's Life in Sydney.) [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 17 November 1860
I ORIGINAL COBBESPONDJ3NCE, I - (To the Editors of Setts Life in Sydney.) DEAR Sena,-Au advertisement having appeared in your columns, of which notice is prominently taken by a a correspondent hi your last issue, wherein a gentleman offers to match me at broadsword combat, for a con- siderable sum of monpy, against on individual whom ho names ¡ I beg you will pormit mo to deularo my refusal of all publie înatcliOB, challenges, or defiances. Tho reasons that induced mo to meet Professor Parker, ! in view of tho community nt largo, wero distinctly stated by your able journal at the lime ¡ I do not like exhibit- ing myself) I am not a professed or professional sword- player : moroovor, ülthough indubitably a poor man-my flesh croons with dismay when I think how poor-I should fool humiliated by engaging, if "in other rospects disposed^ in any contest for money staked by a third party. Nevertheless, I am constrained to add that I am a little like tho old Berkshire backsword-player, who t...
POLICE. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 17 November 1860
POLICE. A PRETTY " VAHEXTINK."-At tho Water Police Court tho other day tho W;P.M. was introduced to a Indy, whoso personal attractions aro of an order far beyond our powers of description. Margaret "Valentino was tho naroo of this charmor, who gracefully " curtshcod" to his Worship on entérine; tho privnto box, to onswor tho com- plaint of a rory ram-antic looking genius bearing tho sentimental name of .Tack Loonier ; who doposod that ho took his bsd nnd board benonth tho roof of Margaret, who had proved to him a rory dear valentine indeed, for on n cortnin night about 8 o'clock ho retired to 'his stretcher to onjoy tho " bnlray," having first dulycounted and deposited in tho fob of his " kicksios" to his credit, tho handsomo sum of £2 15s, nnd for greater security placed his tr'easuro beneath his pillow. At eleven o'clock Loomor awoke, when, to his infinite amazement, ho saw tho boautooUs Valentino, "looming in tho dis tnnco," lying on tho floor ¡ " thc world forgetting by tho worl...
To the Editors of Bell's Life in Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 17 November 1860
I To Uta Editors of Belts Life in Sydney. GENTLEMEN-,-Hclioving that your columns are open to afford redress in matters requiring publicity, I nm om boldenod to request tho insertion of tho following state- ment. It will bo remembered by most of your renders that on flic evening of tho 20th January last, on tho oc- casion of Mr Faucett's election for East Sydnoy, nn un fortuunto accident occurred; from my bnlcony giving way beneath a crowd who had nssembled thoroupon to listen to that learned gentleman's address. It has rcoontly come to my knowlcdgo that several parties have made tho remark that it was a good job for me, as I lind had a good verandah put up in placo of it. Now, as such an insinuation, if left uncontradictcd, is calculated to do mo considerable injury-not amongst my friends but possibly with strangers-I feel called upon to giro an unqualified denial to tho imputntion of hnving received directly or indirectly tho slightest pecuninry assistance in tho reconstruction of...
To Monsieur of Bell's Life. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 17 November 1860
I ToMomieiirofBelFíZife. SAUE-I linxo tho honor to ask of you ono rory groot favour ¡ dat is to ' lot this morceau ia your journal. I would havo sooner «Tito you, but I wait to make per- fect my English tongue It is of tho dress of this city I would write, for to say how much I love tho mnnniero of tho young mon and dames of Sydney to habit themselves nt present. Saro, it is charmant to seo, by overywhero, tho eostumo oda halle France to tnko il s placo. Ver much I love tho trousers of the peg top vat you call ; it mako mo to remind myself of my houso and my country ; but, my friend, I love to a merelelle tho stylo bizarre, like one says, of tho mode of Sydney. Hero wo havo tho Feg top of tho "Vaterland," tho Hat of tho Chineso man, and tho turban à la 2'wre, for tho young men ; and for tho dames tho Zouave Jacquet nnd tho Paletot à V Empereur. Very much it plonso mo that in this rude country, tho dress of tho polito peoples is copied by tho dames and gontilmen ; although it may bo ...
CRICKET. MATCHES TO COME. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 17 November 1860
CEICKET. MATCHES TO COMB. .Domain. .Domnîri. .Domain. Metropolitan orîckot furnishes «a with but few horns tliis week ; what lin» been, and is to be, dono, will ba found oneil in its propor placo. Tho mutch of last Satur- day was unfortunately cut short by tho weather, and will most likely bo resumed on tho 1st December. Tho AVnr wicks, who havo, up to this time, won ton out of fiftcon matches, certainly deserve a largo amount of credit for ¡'holding out for keeping their club quito to itself; but, though wo beliovo that sueh a system ia undoubtedly tho proper ono, yet wo aro of opinion that to carry it out is utterly inipossiblo ; and if tho Warwieks loso tho pro- sont match, thoy may lay thoir defeat at tho door of ride 18 of their code. Our readers Will BOO that; in the pro- vinces, tho noble game is going ahead, and everything now bids fair for a capital season's play. Among thu many matches on tho tapis, wo may mention that tho Albo rt eomiuittoo havo arraugtid for thoir second...