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GEELONG AND WESTERN HUNT CLUB CUP. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 2ND. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 13 October 1860
GEELONG AND WESTERN HUNT CLUB CUP. . TUESDAY. OCTOBER 2.ND. GXELONO AND WrsTEHN HUNT CLUB CUP, valuó GO sors, added to a swcopstakes of 3 sovs, to bo ridden by mombcrs, over about three miles of such country as tho stewards may select ; handicap. Mr, n. M'lr.n'i o e Chanco, axed, Hat 71b.Mr Forth 1 P. Mnmliall't bl ni lula, unod. lOst 71b .Mr Robinson 2 ?i. Kclinll'« b e Jack-up-thc-Oixlurd, nired, 13M.. Mr Colciiimi 0 F. I), nmnllton's h a Lorn; DOR, micil, Hat.Mr r-«n«ll 0 A. I'lilnuli!«'« hu Burton, me.l, Hut.-.MrSiair.in» 0 , A. Clilriulile'» h c brother lo l'.irtl»an, nited, Hit...Mr Cudi 0 li. IlmnslT» b g Kangaroo, a^ed IUat7lb.ilr llo»cll 0 Botting at the start : 2 to 1 ugst Chance, 5 to 2 agst Kangaroo ; 3 to 1 agst Jaok-up-the-Oroliard. On tho word "oír" being given, Mr. Coleman took Jack to tho front, and led to tho first fence, whero ho bulked. _ Tho others got over without any accident, tho fence being so light that it was shaken down by tho first horse who. struck it. ...
MELBOUENE HUNT CLUB CUP. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 6TH. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 13 October 1860
MELBOUENE HUNT CLUB CUP. SATURDAY, OCTOBER Grit. MELBOURNE HUNT CLUB COP, a handicap Bweepstnkea of 5 novo eaoh, for horses, the property of, nnd riddon by, mombcrs or hon. membors of the M.H.C. Dis- tance, about three miles and a half. Mr. Kinn'a b e Jumhb. ased, ll»t 7lh .Mr Kcnniaon 1 Bevaii'a lil g nobby, «sel. licit 41b.Mr Bevan « I'rorot'abir I'rinco Allwtt, axed, 13al.Mr Farrell 0 K. tjucelle«' br tr Julius, aitod. Hat lfllb."Mr Morüniar 0 K. Keuull1« jun.bg Jnck-up-the-Orehard, aged, Hat lain... . Mr Oolmnnn 0 O. Watton'« b g Tímele«cr, «¿ed, list 71b.Mr Vault 0 U. Wauoii1« bl g BlactUio*. «ned, 12,t 71b.Mr (1. Walloa 0 Johnson's b u A llaplca unod, Hat 71b.MrJnlinaun 0 II. Fltlier'abrrrrod, ared, lilt.Mr It, Vlnhrr 0 (tavrtlr* ro if Pater, a&lt;cd, lOat 191b. Mr Cowell 0 Betting: '5 to 2 agst Blackboy ¡ 3 to 1 each agst Bobby and Tiniekocpor ; 5 to 1 agst Fred ; C to 1 ngst Peter ; 8 to 1 agst Jumbo and Jaeh-up-the-Orchard ; 10 to 1 agst Prince Albert. No lune was l...
ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 13 October 1860
ANSWERS TO COBBESPONDENTS. KEMrmKCKS RRfT.tVBü from í. C, Kunlnyon«! W.O., Weg.Vaa; I!.B.,I'onriihi "W. It B, Mudneat F. «ni 'M- B., Tumut i A Mdi , Mnn.l.K|r»ni and O F., Wanna lV'»&lt;ta I). B-Your vanea wixild nuivroaie the >pii«*iion you appear to an- ticipate ammiHit tim Vulunleere. It would IIB unfriendly Mu* t0 tlve . ou eneiiiiraiioinoiit In a riilauppllcull.il of your Ilma. Vf. P. GlllBUA.trH,-ti plrtys S»fnoirta¡ P. 7 nf heart a ¡ P. 6 of rp»&lt;>>i P. 8 ofdlainonda. elan I", uko «sequence nfa» Yal. J R., VE.VUtTlt.-Your queailon la au «nltmii L. D. II , AUOKLjtNJl.-A. beta II. Hint Deception was not placed In the nhainpluu Hnce. Who win«? A. A. ton B that Deception bent» Strop. Who« hu? Tho but I» void, iialther toriu belli« plrtred. CAMTBI LLTOW.V -The (Innlen scene Our Harry and Blanche, O. Our corrca|iondcnt will plrnw forward further particulars In ttmo for mir next Isaue, with u wvrd from tlieWostea totbeatate of tho Hart. J. V-We iliank our ...
BELL'S LIFE IN SYDNEY. SYDNEY, OCTOBER 13, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 13 October 1860
BELL'S LIFE IN SYDNEY. SYDNEY, OCTOBER 13, 18G0. THE Mail steamer, Salsette, lias arrived and we have European intelligence to the 27th August. The tone of this intelHuencc as regards the continu- ance of an amicable understanding between England anil France is satisfactory, insomuch as no imme- diate interruption to our Gallic alliance is threat- ened. Louis Napoleon »till openly professes his pacific views towards England-complains of gross misrepresentations of his policy, and asserts that the strength of his armaments is greatly exagge- rated. England receives these assurances without, however, relaxing in the slightest degree her pre» cautionary defensive preparations. Parliament had voted the money tor dockyard and arsenal fortifications, and the warlike spirit of the nation -¡generally was acquiring additional force. Her -Majesty had reviewed 20,000 Scottish Volunteers in Holyrood Park, and throughout the North sen- timents of national enthusiasm unanimously pre- vailed. . A ...
CRICKET IN VICTOREA. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 13 October 1860
CRICKET IN VICTORIA. Tho cricket season was fairly inaugurated out Saturday by two matches played in Richmond paddock. The first was on tl>e Molbourno ground,, between an oloven of tin Melbourne Club against tho Colt eloven, and the other, on the Richmond ground, botwcoir the Richmond and Col. liugwood Clubs. Tho former match was tho centró' of attraction, and some very good play was exhibited. Ths colts succeeded in beating tho voterai» by nine niai, Tho Molbourno mon wore, howover, unfortarrato, threo' of their number being run out. Conway and Orr, of th» Colt team bowled woll y mid the ground, which it*« pretty u picco of turf as any one could wish to play on~ tho ryo grass from New Zealand being perfectly "smooth, and lovel, nubrded a splendid wicket. Tho other match, between tho Richmoud and Collingwood clubs, proved nil in favour of ther former. The Collingwood, men had not a chanco of au innings, so that it is impossible'- to say how they would liavo distinguished, themsol...
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 13 October 1860
CRICKET. The cricket season having been duly inaugurated, we shall feel obliged to secretaries of clubs, both Metropoli- tan and Provincial, if they will favor us with particulars of meetings held, and matches to come, as well as with the &nbsp; &nbsp; scores of the latter when played. Trusting, as at present, in many cases, to chance for our information, we cannot always vouch for its correctness ; but when mistakes are made they will always be rectified on receipt of authentic intelligence for which we shall feel indebted. &nbsp; The cricketing season has commenced in earnest, and as will be seen below 'the wielders of the willow" intend put- ting their shoulders to the wheel in right good form. Va- rious interesting matches will no doubt he played 'ere long; but the "great international" will of course claim the lion's share of attention. Though some months have to pass by before the cricketers of New South Wales will meet their brethern of Victoria in the...
THE IN AND IN SYSTEM OF BREEDING ANIMALS. A. PAPER READ AT THE CROYDON FARMERS CLUB, MAY 5TH 1860. (Continued from out last.) [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 13 October 1860
THE rà-AlTO*ijWiS^8ràlt,0P.BIlEEI)IlîG AKIMALS. ^-i, r .'.*> A. PAPBB-nEAD rAT; TnB.lCTBQTP0ír^.PAB*lEB8,^0I.ÜB1 I ' '.,,vi;".j!,1atAÍr5TH,Ll860. ,', ,'..>'[-¿.i } By J. Shorthouse,¡M.E:,L-.L¡D.,iof,Carshalton, j -*1 ''"> fC°>itinucclfroñ¿¡ ourjast.") '*""¿ ' Tho mulo is tho produce of the unala ass and the maro ; the mute or binny that qf; the stallion hqrse aud sho ass. Both hybrids are tho progeny/of; tho samo sot of animals, but they diftbr widoly,jn their respectivo characters. The mule, in all that relotea.to its oxtcrual'characters, having, tho distinctive (features pf the ass ; ' the hinny, in tho] samo respects, having oUi the distinctivo features of the. horse: while in all that relates to tho mtornal organs nndj vital qualities, tho mulo-partakes of tlio characters of tho horso, and tho binny of, those ofithoass. "Across bc-j tween tho malo wolf^and a bitch illustrates tho same} law; the offspring haying ¡a markedly wolfish aspect-j skin, color, cars, and tail...
No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 13 October 1860
AitniVAi, op UciiMiT, ETC.-Wo havo this week tho I pleasure of recording tho safo arrival in Melbourne of tho I best performed horse that over yet entered Port Phillip Heads. Tho stranger wo alindo to is Hermit, who is no« quartered at Kirk's Bnmar, and who, after a voyago of somo hundred and ten clajB in the Sea Star, reached Iii» journey's end on Saturday last. Ho ia nccompaniod by throe blood mores, a fourth, Volto, hy Voltigour, hav- ing died on the passage, within two day's sad of port. Tho immediate cause of lier death wo havo not hoon able to learn, but a general shortness of hay and "oats ap- pears to have existed on board," and which accounts for tho wretched condition of the survivors of the voyage. Hermit was bred in 1851, and was got by Day Mid- dleton out of Jenny Lind, by Touchstone out of Mali bran, by .Whisker out of Garcia, by Octavian. His first a'ppoarnnco on tho turf was in tho Two Thousand Guineas Stakeiof'54whioh howonbyhalf nlongth, Middlesex being second, and...
THE APPROACHING CENSUS. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 13 October 1860
:THE APPEOACmNG CENSUS. Tho foUowing intended answer to tho subjoined question contained in tho Census bill for 1801, will tond to show its folly and impracticable character : Question.-" Stato the religious profession of each per- son included in tho abovo return." Auswerl.-Paterfamilias.-Eclectic. Lovostho church of England and admires Dissont. Is a Baptist as regards personality of profession, but has no faith in ducking, und thinks "tho sprinklod" may "sleep in peace." 2. Materfamilias.-Attends a Dissenting Chapel, be- cause the Church Pulpit is fiUed by an inconsistent fellow. Professes nUogianco to both, and beUeves noithcr to be altogether wrong or altogether right. 3. Bob, our'first-born.-Bolioves in Tom Brown and the Bank of England. Professes nothing, but docs every- thing upright, honorable, and of good roport. Goes to a Dissenting Chapel when ho finds n preacher abreast of tho ago ; and to Church when lib lot is cast among Noncon forming twaddlers. j 3. Maria, our eldest...
WILD SPORTS IN THE SOUTH. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 13 October 1860
WTLDSPbRTS IN'THE.SOUTH. ", ,'ThIs is"o fi'oabi and pleasant book, and wo gladly Wel- come it as a proof that at least, one 'American is'capable! of writing without any serious offences against good tusteJ It contorna dolightful'descriptions' of the scenery, and' sports of the Southern States; and if tho picture which iti draws of society bo, us we think it is, in tho main Iruth-j ful,'tho light-hearted ncgroos who follow'tho choie, and' prepare the hunters' meals deserve to bo sot against the Whito SIIVVOB and Uncle Toms whoso montai and bodily sufferings, have so deeply affected tho British public.1 Tho account whioh it gives of the long war, between tho! United Statos and tho Indians of Florida, deserves cs-¡ pecial praise for the candour with which it discloses both' tho violence aud treachery of tho Americans toivards tho! Indians; and the awkwardness and tardiness of the Ameri-j can soldiers omployod in hunting down a wily and notivo onoiny. It would, havo been impossiblo to d...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 13 October 1860
ENQUIRY having beon made by tho relatives in, England, of ROBERT NEWTON, from York, who arrived in Sydnoy by tho ship Barossa, in the year 1839, and who is supposed tofhavo loft Mait- land for tho Northern gold-fields, about twefvo months ago. It is requested that any information regarding lum may bo communicated to tua Inspoctor-Gronor-nl of PoUco. I JOHN MoLERIE, Inspector-General of Police. , Sydnoy, 2nd October, 1860. 1095 AUSTRALIAN JOCKEY CLUB.-A .gonoral MEETING of members will bo hold, at the Club; roora, on MONDAY, October 15th (instant), otthreop m - for the consideration of important business. S, C. BURT, hon. secretary. 1092 -1 MEMORIALS OF THOMAS HOOD, collected, arr ranged, nnd edited by his daughter, with prefaco and notos by his son ; dlustrntcd with copies from his own skctchos. 2 vols., 21s. J. R. CLARICE, 856, George-street. 1089 AUSTRALIA DIRECTOR Y.-i Vol. 1, Capo Leeuwin to Port Stephens Vol. 2, East Const, Torres' Strait, and Coral Soa Nautical Almanacs, 1860,...
MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 13 October 1860
MISCELLANEOUS. , RABBY OUTDONE-Sir George Davis, who was English Consul at Nnples, when a great plague raged thero, retired in consequonce to Florence. Visiting one day tho nienn gerio of tho Grand Duko, ho noticad a Uon at the further end of onb of tho dons, which tho keepers Btatod thoy had boen unablo to tamo, though ovory effort had beon made for threo years. Yot no soonor had Sir George reached tho gato of the den, than the Uon ran to it, reared himself up, purred hko a cat when pleased, and licked the hand that was put through the bars. The keopor was aston- ished, and, frightened for tho safety of his visitor, en- treated him not to trust an apparent fit of frenzy, as the lion-was tho most fierce mid sullen of his tribe ho had over seen. This, howover, had no effect upon Sh* George, who insisted on entering tho Uon's den. Tho moment ho got in, the lion manifested the utmost delight, throw his paws on his shouldors, Ucked his face, ran about lum, and purred like an affectionat...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 13 October 1860
THIRD AUSTRALIAN CHAMPION STAKE of £500, with a sweep of £100 each added, half forfeit open to all the Australian Colonies. Provided three or more horses start, the second horse to receive £200, and the third horse £100 out of the &nbsp; &nbsp; Stake. To be run for ever the NEW TOWN RACE COURSE in TASMANIA, on TUESDAY, the 3rd &nbsp; day of December, 1861. Distance, three miles. Entries to be addressed and forwarded to the Secretary, Derwent Hotel, Hobart Town, on or before the 1st &nbsp; of September, 1861. Forfeits to be declared one month &nbsp; before the day of the race. Stone, lbs. I Weights 8yre old .7 O 4 " " . . 8 6 5 ,/ " .9 O 6 " »&agod ..9 S . 8TEWA11DH. J Ii. B. Tahort, Esq. Thomas Eiold, Esq. John Lord, Esq. John Field, Esq. I W. Kearney, Esq Jos Lord, Esq. i W. Doddery, Esq GK A. Kemp, Esq. S Blttckwoll, Esq To'act with Stewards to bo appointed by each of Uio Colonie»« _ ' , , J. W.. GRAVES, 1015 ' " Hon. Sec. WAGGA WAGG...
No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 13 October 1860
&nbsp; &nbsp; ORDERED FOR EXECUTION. —On WEdnesday, Mr Wal- lace, governor of the gaol, East Maitland, received notice to warn for execution George Swan, convictcd at the late Circuit Court of the murder of John Barton. The execution is to take place on Wednesday, the 24th instant. Swan received the notice very quietly, and &nbsp; without remark.—Maitland Mercury. &nbsp;
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 13 October 1860
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. PORTRAIT OF "ZOE."-Again, to our intense disap- &nbsp; pointment, we are compelled to postpone publishing the promised engraving of the Champion Mare. Having pledged ourselves to present our friends with a faithful and finished likeness of "ZOE," we felt bound to reject the engraving, as entrusted to the execution of Mr Peyton, in consequence of that gentleman's palpable departure from the lithograph copy by Mr Woodhouse. Resolved, however, to keep faith with our subscribers, we have now engagcd the combined services of Mr Gill, the celebrated animal painter, and Mr Walter Mason ; and next week we entertain every confidence in being enabled to give to the world a portrait unexcelled in the colonies in point of fidelity and execution. In justice to ourselves we feel constrained to make this explanation, and for its acceptance throw ourselves upon the indul- gence of the public. &nbsp; &nbsp; Du. GWYNNE.-In our issue of tho 29th vii. «pneaie...
TROTTING IN PHILADELPHIA. Great Contest on the National Holiday between the Queen of the Trotting Turf, Flora Temple, & the Champion Stallion, George M. Patcnen. (From Wilkes' Spirit of the Times, July 14.) [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 20 October 1860
! TROTTING DJ-PHILADELPHIA. Great Contest on the National Holiday "between the Queen of the Trotting Turf, Flora Temple, '& the Champion Stallion, George M\ Patcnen. (From Wilkes' Spirit of the Times, July li J The announcement that the unsettled claim for the blue ribbon of the trotting turf, loft undecided by the re- cent' contest between Flora Templo and George M. Pat chen on Long Island, vtould bo adjourned to the Suffolk Park Course, Fluladclphin, created moro oxcitcmont in tho City of Brotherly Love than any sporting event that bus taken place for years in that vicinity, for it is not often that two such renowned competitors appear in tho pport inglhorizon of cither Suffolk Purk or Point Breeze, al- though both are admirably suited for trotting purposes, tho1 appreciation of tho sport is great, nnd numbers of first-class horses aro owned in the city und ils vicinity. The judges appointod were C. Lloyd, Fsq., W. C. Frouco, Esq., and George Presbury, Esq. (the principal ...
LATEST BETTING. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 20 October 1860
LATEST. BETTINO. ST. tiona. ,J i . to 4 agit Thormanor (Ik) - 100 to 8 agst St Albans (tk) «tot.,, Sabreur (ti &.OI0 13 to I " Umpire (tk) 7 to 1 . " lhe Wizard (tk) as to 1 " High Treaaón (tk) It toi "* Sweetaauco (ofT) ' ' '- - ' >' Offers to take 4 to I about Lord Zetland'« lot. . .4000 to 200 agst Tborroanliy winnlnpr the Leger, aud Duudoe tho r i * Derby (tk) I ,' TJEBDV. * 40 to 1 ajst Kettledrum (off) I 1000 to 15 agat Evenhand^tk) «Oto I- ". Barden« (tk) , 1000 to IS " , Folltoatoao (tkj
THE ENGLISH TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 20 October 1860
THE- ENGLISH i TURF. Our late flhw furnish us with tho following items of Turf intelligence i The racing a[. -tho July and August meetings had been good, but, with tho excoption of Groodwood, the Holds woro but small. The Wizard after his defeat at York in August, rotirod 'from his position of second favorite for tho Iiogor, -and took his placo behind Sabreur, who was backed at 5 to 1. AVo don't forgot lus rotiremoat pre- vious to the ruco for the 2000 guiñóos. , " Among racos past (we notice a largo increase of two year old Handicaps, rendered necessary no doubt by tho difficulty of otherwise providing for tho lnrge number of moderate youngsters in training. Admirai IJous in a late articlo on Racing strongly condemns tho principlor L Mr. Ten Broeok, tho representative of America on the English Turf, appears not to haye (had a_good season ; and at Goodwood must havo lost a heavy stake. Tho great Handicaps still go to three-year olds, as a rule ; and distance now seems to bo no objec...
No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 20 October 1860
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SPORTING REVIEWER. RACES TO COME. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 20 October 1860
SPORTING REVIEWER.! -00 RACES TO COMB. Wagrga Wags* ....'..Oct ,23rd, S4th, and 24th Breeza ...'."...............Mor alita dKind. VICTORIA., . ' - V. J. O. Sprint atMtlnc.Oct 26th, 28lh, and 27th Tullaroop Kuces.Oct Slit and Nor lit V.T. 0. Spring Meeting:....Xov |6ib, 161b, and 17tri Caitleraatne Races..;....,.-."....Nor 27ih and 28ih Hamilton Races.lice ----- Ballaarat T. 0. Spring Meetln&lt;...Dec 6th, Gib, and 7th Bray ihosdnlo, Brown's, and Carngham An- ' ? nual Races .Des 11th and 12th . Flrnigh Inn llaoea.Deo 20th , Warrnambool Hace*,...'.Dec 27thand¡8th Bournfiold Rocea.Jan 1st' i ' l'eoola Rocea.Jan 8tu and Dib rortland Races.~.Jau 22ud, 23rd, and 21th ' TASMANIA. ' '? llúti Australian Champion Btakca.December 3rd, 1861.