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TROTTING IN AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 17 November 1860

TROTTING IN" AMERICA. Plora Tomplo and George M. Patchell trotted a match (milo.heats) toro purse of 1,500 dollars, on tho Frank- lin, Course, Boston, on the 28tli ult. which was won by tho " little bay.'moro," who won the'first, third,'and fourth heats, the second being d'dead heat. Tho timé of each heat except tho third, which was a quarter of second faster, was 2mii 28èsec, i ? A great trotting match (in harness), for 2,000 dollars a sido, between Prince John nnd Native Amorican (mile heats), caine off on tho Union Course^ Long Island, on tho 80th ult, which resulted in fnvour of Prince John, who was ocatcu for tho first heat iii 2ihin 30J seo,;o)id won the next two in 2mm' 37Jsco and 2min 33}sccs whereupon Native American, who was not in good "fix" was drawn. '

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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THE SPIRIT OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 17 November 1860

THE SPIRIT OP THE WEEK. Tho arrival of tho Soptombor Mail, and the dissolution of Parliament have materially assisted in dissipating the prevailing dulnoss. Business remains inactive, all oper- ations of any raagnitudo being ontirely suspended until our political position is placed upon n firmer basis. All men aro looking forward to tho coming elections with intense anxiotyj behoving that on tho issuo of them everything depends. A woman named Mary Barrett, residing in Kensington Street, lias died from tho offocts of her intemperate habits. J A seaman belonging to tho steamor Hunter, foll acci- dentally from tho hows of that vessel, nnd was drowned. Mr. Frederick "Webster, tho comedian, expired suddenly nt Lamplough, in Victoria. Mr. Gcorgo Coppin hos givon a serios of performances, tho proceeds of which, will bo givon towards tho found- ation of an Asylum for tho Deaf, ond Dumb, and a College, for the benefit of reduced members of tho The- atrical profession. Mr. Clark Irving met wi...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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THE FRENCH TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 17 November 1860

THE FRENCH TURF. An arrangement has just closed betweon Count do La- grange and. Baron Nividro, cllecting nn cntiro partnorsliip in tlioir respectivo racing establishments, und it is now their intention to send part bf their combined' studs to England, to bo trained by Thomas Jennings (Count de Lagrange's trainer,) and to leave tho rest at Lnmorinye, under the management of Henry Jennings (Baron lift-, vioro's trainer). Í This movement, founded no doubt on tho principle that "unity is strength," is novel in more than ono ros pect. Tor instnnoo, in point of numbers, wo bcliovo there is no parallel in tho annals of racing of ono stud, entirely tho proporty of but two individuals, consist- ing of 75 horses in training, about 40 brood mares; 80 yearlings, n. corresponding number of foals, and two covering stallions, in all amounting to about 177. horses. Again, a largo racing establishment in Englnnd in close connection with a corresponding one in France, is quito n now feature in Turf ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 17 November 1860

A. Hoon YAKKKK NOTION.-TnK RorE-miKBn:AKD TTIK PniNOK.-Wo read tho following quoted in tho Nord ot Brussels, from tho iVew York Beening Post s-.ílfit bo not a duck of tho genuine type, it rovoals a dogreo of cool assurance not hitherto surpassed, Blondín, thc acrobitt or-, funnliibidist, who hos gninod celebrity by his fents at Niagara Falls,, hos lind tho inqjertinoiice to write to tho Bulto of,Newcastle, n.'king.to bo nllowod to arrange for tho Prince of. Willes quito a novel modo of, cnlfanco into Iho'Uhilcd Stales-namely, .that ho. Blondín, sljotdd bo permitted to curry tho 1'riiico; on hlB shoulders from tho Canndiaa to tho States sido of tho outuructs 'ou a tight-ropol'* 1

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SAYERS AND TESTIMONIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 17 November 1860

SAYERS AND TESTIMONIAL. "We lmvo this week again to record tho liberality of our Australian colonists, and their appreciation of the gal- lantry of our ox-Chainpion. Tho nionibcrs of Tattor sall's in Sydney luivo subscribed tho sum of £200 for Tom Soyons, which they lmvo forwnrded to us, with a testimonial of their feelings engrossed on parchment, lt is tho wish of tho subscribers that the testimonial should bo presented to Sayers hy Mr Neale, a native of tho colony, now in this country, and that gentleman is de- sirous that Sayers will communicate his wishes on tho Bubjoct through us.-Bell's Life in London, Sop. 23. THE CHAMPION OP KSGLAXD.-Sayers lins just re- ceived a .vory handsome testimonial from New York, America. It is a gold medal of tho sir.o of ii crown piece, attached to n ribbon, with three gold clasps, mid tho Union Jack hoisted between tho first and second clasp. On tho obverso sido of tho medul is tho following in- scription :-" This testimonial to Tom Sayers was pre...

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Renewed Fight. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 17 November 1860

Renewed Fight. I Round 1. How striking wus tho différence between tb o men now to what it had boon on tito preceding day. Thcro was Breltlc, nil radiant with confidence, und with- in himself certain that it would require a repetition of tho porfommnco ho BO well oxecuted in their first on- j counter to bring him through in triumph. On tho Wed- nesday ho hud ontcrcd tho ring with n buoyant nnd eager stop, us though ho could not bo brought too soon to ! face his opponont. Bob was now quito a diflurent man, and though ho attempted to conceal- it with a smile, ho evidently felt himself a beaton mun. Mace, on the other hand, was as confident IIB a man co tdd bo ; indeed, it would have heon strange had it boen otherwise. No sooner' had Brcttlo put himself into position than, in- stead of dashing nt his man to force tho fighting, as ho had done before, ho slopped buck, determined to try if . uny alteration of his tactics coidd alter the fortuno of war. Although Muco had been prepared for t...

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Doncaster Races. TUESDAY, 11th September. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 17 November 1860

Doncaster Haces. TrjE9DA,Y, Utk September. : JHIO GBEAT XOUKsnntE HANDICAI» of 25 sovs oaoh, IB ft, arid '5 only if declared, &c, with 100 added . tho second to receive' 50 nova out of tho stakoa, nnd tho ? ; 'winner to pay 50 towards exponaos of judge, starter, &o ¡ winners extra ; St leger Course ; 91 subs, 61 ". 'of'whom declared. . ' . '? Jlir.' J. Osborne's grf Moorhen, by Chanticleer, 3 yrs, 6at (carried Cit 21b...H. Orlmshaw 1 : Gedding Chere Amie, S yrs. Cst Sib.V...."Ferry 2 J. Jackson's h g Syringe, 3 yrs, Sst 1011) (inc 311) extra) . . ? ? . . Mauden 3 - ? Col Towneley's b o Gladiolus, i yrs. Sst 21b (including 31b extra)..........J. Snowden i Hepatiooj 8st 101b ; Starke, 8st -llb ; Lord Nelson, 8st " 31bV Adam Bodo, 8st 21b j Moorcock, 7st Gib; Wamba, ?st 71b; ShcfHeld, 5st 131b; Heiress, Sst 131b ; Tho ~* Marquis of Bowmont, 5st 101b; not placed. ' ; 1 Betting :'2 to l agst Chere Amie, 9 to 1 agst Wamba, IO to 1 each ngst Gladiolus and Lord Nelson, 1O0 t...

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AGENTS FOR THIS JOURNAL. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 17 November 1860

AGENTS FOU TJIIS JOURNAL. HKfit/H Liri: is Sviisi'.r may lie obtained every Saturday at M Donovan'*,. Tobacconist, Kiiuj-sttcet ¡. Mr Coimolly'», Saut Head Bond; Mr Andrew's, Chippendale; Mr Shaw'», I'arranmtl Kundi Mr Twynan, at tlio'Jlaihvày Stntlon; MrLeslie, Tarr, nmttn-street! Mr Mattes, Brickfield Ililli Mr.Bancroft, Tar] street ¡ Mr- Fanner, (lcurgc-atrcct South ;. Mr Jackson, Ceoriri street South ; Mr I.ucerda, Pnrramatta-street ; Mr Bartlet George-street; Mr Santos, lîrskinc-strcet; Mr : tarter, Soul Head Hoad t Mr. Frank, Mnrket-*treet.West | Mr Isaac Bivi Tobacconist, George-street, near Market-street; Mri'. M. Moon Castlcreash-strect ¡ Mr ford, Geurgc-strcct North -, and Mr Citorrj Allen, Ilntnny Hand, Redfurn. Agencies are required tor dbl portions of the city and suburbs.. Adelaide....lt.U. Colloy ' Adelung Quartz Beef...;....W. II, Kent Albury.Mess» Middleton nnd Co Appin.C. Morris, Junior Armidale, New England.John Moore : . Balmain.Mr GloVor Bathurst .Wm. Matthews ....

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THE PAST AND THE PRESENT. To the Editors of Bell's Life in Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 17 November 1860

THE PAST AND THE PRESENT. I . To tita Editors of BeWs Life in Sydney. GteOTLEMEN-In tho good old times of tho Now South Wales turf, nt which I took n passing glunco in my Inst letter, tho colony could boast of sovorol largo brooding establishments, oneil possessing a nmnbor of excellent marcs, und turning out unnuiilly very many good tho- rough bred coltsi und in thoso days our neighbours, in what was then Port l'hillip, wcro unmistnkeably very far behind us. Thoy had not been, at that timo, blessed with the samo advantages enjoyed by us, but woro indohtod to tho oidor colony for a largo proportion of tho few really good marcs they possessed; and tho majority of tho racehorses of any noto among thom wore only promoted to tho nico courso after being found to huvc speed in tho humbler sphere of stoelc horses. Neither had training beon brought to anything liko perfection in that olF-shoot of Now South Wales, although tho art was understood, both in theory and practico, among ourselves ...

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THE EARL OP ZETLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 17 November 1860

THE EARL OP ZETLAND. I Lord Zetland, although ho had a few Horses at John Scott's before ho succeeded to tho. title, first figures in tho "Racing Calendar" in 1839, ns tho owner of a Phy- sician filly that run in the Dundas Stakes, nt .Richmond in that year. Sho proved, as tho tramore would say, ol " no account," and Diavolina, tho next maro ho brought out, was very little better. In fact,, for the first three or four years whon ho wns with Gill, ho nevor won a raco ; and, tired of a public stable, Lord Zetland engaged liobert Hill, a thorough old Yorkshire groom, born in a loft, and who thought it no disgraco to combine in 'ono tho united duties of trainer, hoad lad, and strap, to look after Iiis horses at homo. This change proved decidedly for tho better, for in 18 IS wo find him. winning every now and then with Troica, Custanotto, Queen of the Slay, and Ellen Middleton. In tho following year, Polonaise, Cantab, .and Voltigeur wcro added to the string; and if thoy did not carry oi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 17 November 1860

QUEENSLAND, CHAMPION BA.CB. SOUTH AUSTRALIAN RACE-COURSE. IPSWICH, WEDNESDAY, 29th day of MAY", 1861r at- Ono o'clock. ' Under tho direction and maungemont of tim Stowarda of the North Australian Jockoy Club, to act 'with Stow- ards to bo appointed by each of tho coionios. THE QUEENSLAND CHAMPION SWEEP- STAKES of £100 each, with Ono Thousand Guineas lidded, open to all horses in tho Australian, Now Zealand,' and Tasmanian Colonies ; three miles, ono event. If taree or moro horsos start, tho socond to reçoive Two . Hundred Sovereigns from tho stakes; tho thirdhorsoto savo . lu's stako ; if Only two start, tho second to savo Iiis stako. Ibo winner to pay £200 towards tho expenses An allow- ance of 31bs. to nil horses arriving from ports boyond tho Colony within two months from tito dato of tho raeo. En- trances to bo addressed und forwarded to tho undersigned, Ipswich, on or beforo tho first day of MAItCH, 1801. Hnlf forfeits, to bo declared within thirty days from day of ince. Rules ...

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BELL'S LIFE IN SYDNEY. SYDNEY, NOVEMBER 17, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 17 November 1860

BE LUS LIFE IM SYDNEY. SYDNHY, NOVUÏIBEIl 17, 18(50. TUB opinions we so long expressed as to thc utter .impossibility of any great political question being satisfactorily dealt'with by thc late Assembly, have proved perfectly correct ; and the predic- tions we made ns to the result ofthe impracticable proceedings of the House, have been verified to the letter-PAIH-IAMENT IS DISSOIVIID! The prolonged and profitless discussions, the weary and interminable personalties indulged in, 'and. the evident nbsenco of all desire to advance tho busi- ness of the country, on the part pf the Assembly, fully justify us in warmly congratulating' the colony upon this auspicious dissolution. That tho coming contest will be productive of considerable political excitement may reasonably be anticipated. Already has the note, of prepara- tion been sounded, and the old elements of discord and obstructiveness set in motion again, if possible to delude the people with the "shams" and *'dodgess" of other day...

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EXECUTION OF THE WALWORTH MURDERER. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 17 November 1860

EXECUTION "OF THE " WALWORTH~MUR-' .2 : ;K . . ': DEREjt. . . ; j William, Godfrey Youngman, who was convicted at tho; late session of tho Central Criminal Court of tho murder' of his sweetheart,. u young woman, limned Mary Wells Strcotor, tuidorwunt Ins sentence on Tuesday morning, nt tho county gaol for Surroy, Horsomongor Laue. On Mon- day afternoon, tho culprit was visited by his father, his brother John, and two sistors, young unmarried women; The interriuw was of a painful uharactor, for tho prisoner bogan to upbraid his futber in very ollcnsivo terms with having been a bad father to him nnd tho rest of tho family; Tho lather recriminated, und in order to put a stop to such an unseemly proceeding, tho Rev. Mr. Jcssopp, tho chaplain, and Mr. ICecno, the governor of tho prison, sug gesstcd that the father should retiro from tho coll, and ho did so, leaving tho prisoner with his brother und sistors. Tho hitter put some question to tho culprit uoon tho sub- ject of his crime, nnd ...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 17 November 1860

MISCELLANEOUS. Tiru Ao-APEitosB AoAiK.-Unit QÜKBN V. THE ERV. TJKWIS PKIOE.-Mr. Bishop, of tho firm of Bishop, nnd , Son, and registrar of tho Grïoouwioh, mid 'Woolwich County Court, with Mr. Lovibond, solicitor, of Bridge- water, applied for and obtuinod a writ bf habeas corpus on tho port of Mrs. Harriot Luncaster Prieo, directed td her husband, tlio RowXowis Brico, to producá lier buforo Mr. Baron Wilde at his chambers, mid to show causa by what authority lio luid forcibly removed and detained her in close custody, and refused her permission, to roturii to tho Abodo of Xove, and join Brothor Brinco and tho other inmates, Tho affidavits in support of thu application showod that Mrs. Prion had, of her own froo will and don Bont for her lnisbaud.joincd tho community of the Agupo monitos, nnd that his secession from that body and, his wishes for harto retiro wero opposed by her ; thatcher removal had been made by strutcgom mid forco ; and Unit it was hor strict determination and dosi...

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THEATRICALS. ROYAL VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 17 November 1860

..... TH EA TB I C A L S. ROTAti VICTORIA. 'Tho prominent ovont of tho weok Una been tho fare, well benefit .of that favorito comedian, Mr. W. H. Stephona, on Thursday ovoning, who 19" on tho ove of taking au-"European tour. Tho crowded house amply evidenced tho high estimation, in .which tili» gentleman is held, not only by tho patrons of his pro- fession, but by thoso who have' "tho ploasnro of hu privuto acquninlnnco. In bidding him n farawell, which, wo trust, may bo only temporary, ho carrios with lum, ive beliovo, tho best wishes of his Sydney friends, nmongst whom wo fool proud to enumerate oursolves. On Tuesday evening, Mr. Farquharson.will talco a benefit at tho "Vic- toria ; and wo tliink tho triumphant verdict of acquittal ho reeontly obtained, when Oh, his trial boforo a"bulf-prc judiced audionec, on a mostgroimdloss accusation, might bo appropriately endorsed by a " bumper nt parting."

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 17 November 1860

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE.   THE GOVERNOR CTENKIIAK'.- Sir William Donison lms,   by the Jeddo, received a dispatch offering him the snug berth of Governor of Madras, vacant by the death of Sir Henry Ward. Our daily contemporary, not content with merely making the announcement, must of course in his own peculiar way "do a bit of the oracular,'' and goes on, with surprising confidence, to assert " that it is an offer which will doubtless be accepted". Without pre- suming to take upon ourselves to interpret his Excel- lency's intentions, it will not at all surprise us to find, since the Herald has propliasied to the contrary, that the colony will not for some time at least be deprived of Sir William's valuable serviccs as Governor Gooeral. His Excellency was no doubt as much amused ns aston- ished to find the Herald so generously " going bail" for his appearance in Madras!   FIRST COME, FIRSTT SERVED. - It is pleasing to observe that, notwithstanding the recent diss...

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THE ENGLISH RING. FIGHT BETWEEN JEM MACE OF NORWICH AND BOB BRETTLE OF BIRMINGHAM, FOR £400. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 17 November 1860

I THE ENGLISH RING. " ~\ FIGHT BETWEEN JEM MACE OF NORWICH' AND. BOB BRETTLE OP BIRMINGHAM,; FOR £400. : Tho second match between theso mon wns commenced on Wednesday, Sopt. 10th, near tho Wallingford Road Station, on tho Great Western Railway. Both mon were in good condition, and Brcttlo was tho favourite at 2 to 1. It was near ll whon Brcttlo cntorod tho ring, accom- panied by Jem Hodgkiss and un. amateur, wliilo johnny Walker and an Knst Ender, did tho amiable for .Mnce. All being in readiness, tho signal was given to commence. THE ÏTG-HT. . Round 1. On facing ono another tho contrast between tho men was very great. Maco stood considerably over Bob, and had nil tho look of an athlete of tho fli-st-cluss. His woU-kuit limbs, squaro shoulders, and snako-liko head wore models of what a professional boxer should Ïlogeas, and on this occasion, instead of tho timorous ook we haye boforetimcs noticed, ho had a pleasant smile ton his ningi although there w-as a dangerous glauco in his go...

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THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 17 November 1860

THE TURF. THE turf of New South Wales gives us literally   nothing to write about this week, and we must therefore beg bur racing friends to be content with a plentiful supply of English news in our fourth page. In races to come we have the Wee Waa pro- gramme, the chief feature of which is HEATS, and   the announcement of a meeting at Guichen Hay, which, as we imagine, will partake of the go-ahead nature of Victoria and South Australia. It will interest many of our sporting readers to know that we have direct authority for stating that neither Veno nor Calypso will put in an appear- ance at Liverpool. We have received a programme of races to come off at " Wowingragong" ; but, as the letter contains "no specific instructions" to advertise the same, we await further advices. A renewal of the application from the members of Tattersall's for the use of Randwick course on " New Year's Day" having been referred by the Committee of the A. J. C. to the Trustees of...

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AQUATICS. The Championship of the Thames. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 17 November 1860

AQUATICS. The Championship of the Thames. The grand scullers match, between Robert Chambers, of Newcastle, and Thomas White, of Bermondsey, for the Championship of the Thames and £200 aside, came off on the 12th September in the presence of an immense concourso of spectators.The course was from Putney to Mortlake, about four miles and a quarter; and, all arrangements having been made, about four o'clock White rowed out from Simmonds's in a boat built by Jewett, of Dunstan, and was greeted with a hearty cheer by his partizans; louder, however, was the cheer for Chambers,   who appeared a few minutes afterwards in a boat of Harry   Clasper's build, and his healthy and stalwart appearance immediately had an influence on the betting, which went to 7 to 4, and in many instances 60 to 20 was offered, but the takers, even at such odds were not so many as could have been expected. After paddling about for a few minutes to show themselves, the Champion and his rival...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 17 November 1860

"BELL'S LIFJ3 IJ SYDNEY." ADVERTISEMENTS received up to 7 p.m. on FRIDAYS. Instructions to withdraw advertise- ments inuit renell tho olllco not Inter than G p.m. on WEDNESDAYS;-22ß, Castlorcagh-stroct. WANTED BY THE 1ST JANUARY, 1861. TWO INTELLIGENT BOYS lo dolivor Belts Life in Sydney mid tho suburbs ovory Saturday morning. Each will bo provided with a pony, nnd a -suitable uni- form, Application to bo made at tliis oflîco. Security will bo required. PICKERING & NICHOLS. TO PRINTERS AND OTHERS. FIVÜ or SIX HUNDRED POUNDS good second- hand BREVIER. To bo sold cheap for CAsn. Apply at tho oftlco áí tilia papor. SPLENDID COLORED ENGRAVINGS OF " ZOE," with pedigree and performances, on board for framing, to be had at this office; price 5s. Com- mission allowed to Country agents and Stationers. PORTRAITS OF "ZOE." . , COLORED PORTRAITS of " ZOE," Winner of the Second Champion Race, painted and engraved on stone by Mr. F. Woodhouse, the well-known animal painter, of Melbourne, ...

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