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EXTRAORDINARY CASE OF DECEPTION. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 17 November 1860

EXTRAORDINARY CASE OF DECEPTION. Tho magistrates at Northampton were on Saturday cngaged in the investigation of a very singular case. A     female named Catherine Coome, a married woman, for the last two months has been dressing herself in male attire, passing herself off to be a man, and the son of her husband, and has been received as tho accepted suitor of Miss Ellen Smith. The prisoner was brought up in the custody of Mr Inspector Evans. She is said to have married at sixteen, and to be now twenty-three years of age; but, judging from the boyishness of her size, and   tho general juvenility of her face and appearance, we should not take her to be above eighteen at present. She looked a neat, dapper, smart sort of young fellow, and very respectably attired. She wore on the fourth finger of her right hand a handsome ring, containing a stone which glistened, and which she did not fail to show off to teo best advantoge as a present she had rec...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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SPORTING CHRONICLE RACES TO COME. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 24 November 1860

S P ORT I N 6 C H R O N I C L á¡ '/- ----oo-- *!*' .B A 0 E S- T O C OM E. Woe Wi».:....'....Nov27ih ondlSth, Liverpool.Deo26th nod 37ih. ' llnutkham Hill*.Jan lit, 1851,,-i Walgett.Jan lat,Surf and Ord, 1BG1. Oulclien Bijr .:.Jan.'9th. lOih, and lilli. ' llftthttnt ..',.F*b5th.6lh.and7lh. 1*81. Albury.;.....".y...'..Feb. 12th 13th. and Um. Tarriaro .,¿S£%¡Í..March'iStb, 1801. VÍÓTÓaiA. Flallaarat T. O. Hprlnx Mooline.Des «th, Cid, and Tib SmytheidaJo, Brown's, and Cárnsham'An ?mal Macea'...,....Seo 11th and 12th . Plnunh Inn nae«.Dee JOth Warrnambool Kneel.Deo 27th and 28tb llournrleld Races.Jan 1st Roping.'"...i..Jaii. Sud. Penola Races.Jan din ind 91h Portland Itacoi.Jan 22ml, Mnl.atirl 24th Wangaratta. ...Jan. '¿Bili, SOM, and Slit. QUBRXBLAND. Queensland Champion Sweepstake* .Hay 291b, 1831. TASMANIA. . Third Australian. Champion Stakes.December 3rd, 1801.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 24 November 1860

HAYMARKET PJIICEÍ-Hay, An Od to 8s Od s straw, 3s Od to 6s Od ¡ wheat, 8« Öd to fl» od ; maize, 2a 'Jd to Sn Od i oats, Bi Od to Sa 3d; harloy.aaOd to 3a 2d: cows,'£S 10a to £11; calves, 24i to S2s; bark £3 Os to £3 16s per ton ; green stun*, ls per dozen buadlcs. 30 loadi of forage during tho pa« week lo market.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 24 November 1860

",; PXiATOATOnElt AND PntBDB.-MATCH FOR JC500.ABIDEÍ -Thora liavo boon sovoral offers rando by Hr Bavin, ..within tho Inst few days,' to run Platcatohcr against any; tliingiin, tho.oolony, tliruo miles,,weight for ago, and, last night.hia chnllongo was acooptod by'Mr Duppn; . Phoobo is tlio animalnamed,to contend-with tho, gallant groy) "and thomntoh is to como oil* on tho Melbourno courso this day fortnight, for 500 sovs asido, half forfeit.-JBeW* jjfa in Victoria, Nov. 17. \ :?-.->?<?-:. Vif - :

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SYDNEY MARKETS, FRIDAY. WHOLESALE PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 24 November 1860

nXTDNEY MARKETS, FRIDAY. ?' I ? . WII0LU4US PniCM. Wnivr, "a to S« per buitiel i roar,'£19 per ton : maize; Sn Sd to Sa harley, 4s t cape ditto. 4« per bushel i bay, oaten, £8; lucerne £4 per ton i bolter, od to 3d ; cheese, 6.1 to li: bacon and hams Od to ' 8d per lb ! Fens, 9<t to ls per dozen s foivl«, 2«,6d t« Si 6d per couple ; ¡potatoe», £13 to £16 per ton ; fat pigs 6il to Sd per lb ; beet, 40a, mut 'ton, SO per cwt ; Hide». 6s to IS t tobáceo, la 2d to la Od par lb, beat -quality. Lucerno seed la Cd per lb, retail 2« ; perrennla.1 red clover, ditto-ditto¡ wlillo Dutch, ditto ditto; atatlon and mixed Kruses, ls per lb, áorghum saccharatum, ls per lb ; aced oats Ss' Od to 5a 6d FERU!A AND SON, Communion Agent«. I

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 24 November 1860

RACIMO AT NEISON.-Tho, Great Nolsoii Trial Stakes lists for tho Tears 1803 and 1804, whioh closed on tho 1st último, have boon advortisod. ^ For^lBBé11 tliirtoou.' foals aro entered; by no loss than 8 siros, namely, 3 by Poten, tato, 2 by St Aubyn, 2 by'Camdon, and 1 eaoh by, Glou> out, Towtoa,' Frantic,. and. Pocilio. Tho ' Glaucus ' and Towton ' foals aro entered from Canterbury, tho Pacido colt from Auckland. Tho Nelson foals are many of them promising looking youngsters, and of the Auckland colt wo havo heard Tory high opinions expressed, so that our '03 Trial Stokes will not bo wanting in interest. For ISO*, tho ninnes of twenty mnros nro entered, who Bliould likowiso giro us stock of eight sires, namely, Tile Poor 5, Potontato 4, Il Barbioro 3, Eiddlcsworth 3, Bay Middleton 2, Slodgesmoro and Cossack 1 ouch, and 1 unknown.. Tho variety of now blood which will bo Ihm» brought against our'old^running Btock will give additional zest to tho Nelson Meeting of 1804. Tiro ciillB i...

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ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 24 November 1860

REMITTANCES^ KCElVED from Ii! U. R..iltockliunpton. ; AUClV-IHw, Holmes who; rode "pen Dolt." He U nowlu; ESJUSKX^-B. bet» W. that »'town ts nut named,à clty/unkll. on English Bishop 1« created over ll, nod Hover until then..,i»Tie IherUn.orW. correct t 0.-^-" '. LIEUT. COL. THOMAS, N. V.R. C. while« to know whether a Mi - mair her ls eligible to join a rijlt eorpu f We aro not up In Mtt.trsi*APPIN'Ä)ur temi* of subscription arc Us. lu advance, upon receipt ot which only can we supply the poper.

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CUNNINGHAM FOR EAST SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 24 November 1860

CÜNlrfcT&gAM FOB 'EÁST S?BHEY. On Monday evening a mobting'of/tîïo iriorirb'of Hat Ounniitghnm, Eeg., was hold nt Ecf*y Hotel,-tho doors of wluchworo besieged by a 'dense'crowd,',-consisting of « stray 'nursery maid and a couple 'of street Arabs/long bc ' foro tho hour appointed for tho cbnmreucumoiit ,of tho S" rocebdin'gs-víü., eight o'clock.ïn'ihWabseiïco of.tju [on. Charlos Cowper, who, it was anticipated'would not havo (alton tho chair, and who didn't, that honorable ' odico was uonforrod by acclamation- upon Hugh-Taylor, Esq., of l'arnnnntta. ;/ .:! V." ¡:í ' ri""' ^*Srj"t. , ïho". Chairman » having1 road tho ' ndvortisomont which - did not appear in, the daily papers, .conyoning tho! meet- ing, introduced tho candidate, 'who was. greeted, irita -tumultuousapplauso.1' 1 . ' ' '? ' ' ''} ' ?''! _ After tho enthusiasm of his frtohds'had s'omowluiti'sub sided, Mr. Cunningham in tho most cmplratiffciiianncr avowed his resolve that ho would stand or full pn'Jiisowii bottom,...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 24 November 1860

" LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. jr. 'ApriiVB ',' BEiTBTOtSb'OE.V-The report of tba com. mitteo.oii the state of that loothsomo abode of "itel .' tho so-called Bonovolont Asylum, in i-oply to .tho chargés jirolbrred by tho JUmpire, called forth tho profound in dignutionof thu Heraldon Monday. In his own polite and piquunt way, tho Herald thus speak» of Iiis respected noxt door neighbour :-" Tho demand of a roply to ac- cusations inudu in a nowspupor raising its eirculutian upon tho iiiennestpassioiis, is cortaiidy no honour to tho Government." ' Ho - then goos on, glibly enough, to pal hate and explain away tho atrocities committod, in the namo of charity, in Hitit wretched hole, whore old age, childhood, and poverty aro punished with. a fuarful soverity, unequalled in uny .-penal establishment in tho colony. For exposing 'tho inhuman doings at tho Asylum, tho Empire iucurrod tho wrath of his contempo- rary, which however does not seem to havoyory greatly alarmed him ¡ for, on Tuesday, theJUmp...

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THE BARON'S DAUGHTER. A NEW POPULAR LOCAL SONG TO THE OLD TUNE OF THE RATCATCHER'S DAUGHTER. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 24 November 1860

THE BARON'S DMIGHTEE. A NSW POPÜÜAB IiÔOAI. SOKO TO TUB OlÍ> TtTJîB OP TÍ1K BiTOATCilEIl'd DAITR-HTEB. In Bridge-street, sir, not long ago, Thoro lived a Bnron's daughter, But she doesn't live in Bridgcstrcet now. As BIIO'S moved to a different quarter. Oh ! she sold gin, and ho sold rum; All round nnd'about that quarter; And tho gentlefolks swore she was a plum, ' Tho protty litlto Baron's daughter. ' Toor'l da, toor'l di, ie. Now they hadn't lived in that quarter long Whoo a man of tho nnrao of Walkor From a country district did como down ' To squint at tho Baron's daughter. Toor'l du, toor'l di, &e. Now this individual, it appears, Had got tired of Mrs. Walkor, So ho thought he'd liavo another wifo In tho pretty littlo Baron's daughter. Toor'l d»," toor'l di, .'¿c. Now tho. Baton's daughter; possibly, _ Although ho long lind sought her,' Had no idoa that e vor thoro was, A proviens Mrs. Volker. Toor'l da, toor'l di, &e, Oh ! when til© Baf ort heard tho nows Fro...

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THE SPIRIT OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 24 November 1860

':THE SPIKED OP THE. WEEK." -. Tto íutouigbnee bf tho p.ast wook.has. boon clouded I; .tho disastrous accounts received by tho devastations cern mittod bv tho Uoods in thp noighbcmrin'g, districts.' "Ils dostructfbn'crfp&perty has boon great,' and wo regret'lo atld^attpudod^witfiloss of lifo. . " > ''. . .; ' :' -V . i Elcotionconiig matters' aro progressing slowly, and Incl« that animation which usimlly deubt/e? .'tho attention Said by tho electors to.tho general uilbrostB, Thc weet ad boen productive of no improvement in trado, which , continues much depressed in nil branches. ''A liiatiimuiod Matheson, oirrployod in tho Newcastle bbUibry,'wi» instrtntniicously killed on Saturday last by tho fulling in upon him of a quantity of Uro clay. '."'A cari'lor named John' Simpkins, in tho .employ of Mr "Woods of Win'dBOï; was drownod ,on Saturday . night st tho foot of Bathurst Strobt;'. A proimsing -aílr'ór leid' auna 'lía» ' bbbn' discovered i" South Australia. During tho'hea...

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CRICKET. MATCHES TO COME [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 24 November 1860

I <". "; CBIC'j¿;gT.'"-li I ' ¡ MATCHES'' TO''COKE;. ?M . ? '..ThU Day,-National /'Warwick^.....Domain í - i. Sat. 30.-National v. Albert ...";.:,;.....IDomalu , :.¡Ji. vDec.'l,-Warwick v. Albert (cont|nimtlon)...,"Domain ','_ Dec. S!l.-Zingari v. Albert, second 11.Domain Albert aucond ll v. Illawarra, probably Jan. 1 7. Illgar! v Windsor, probably Boxing Day Denison v. Albert (return) not fixed. -Tho.play, since our last lins been confined to tho fol- lowing matches. Tho weather . unfortunately prevented tho(!Wariviclts having their innings on' Sátürduy, but'the gorjd>ficore made by tho Donisans, leaves us'but little doubt of-tlio result, if tho gamo slioilld bu continued. Wo .fear-.tho" Warwicks aro suffering. from their exclusivo urinciph;, which, .in, such a , community .us ours, cnn hardly bo carried out with' any prospect of success. Wo aro gliid'to soe, throughout tho colony, that cricket is in tho ascendant ; and as Victoria is already astir in mat- ters connoc...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 24 November 1860

MUNICIPAL TÍIEATUIGALS.-Judging from appearances tho forthcoming municipal elections aro likely to ber pro- ductivo'of excellent sport. In one ward tho grand ques- tion raised is whothor tho "goose and shears" confer ns inuoh' aldcrmanic ability as tho "hod and trowel1!"' and party fooling runs pretty high, a little spicp of tho felir j/oiwolomont having boen ingeniously imported into tito raomontous 'nOair. In Bourko Ward matters aro going Qa swimmingly; a select ooterio of - tho olectors having in- vited that fluent orator and ubiquitous citizen, Mr/JJ G. Raphael, to assuma tho gown. Tho proapocts of tho Right Honorablo tho Xcrrd Mayor,-in Gook Ward, look exceedingly blue, notwithstanding tho avowod partiality of cortain ..gents" for"Wolshrabbit. Ono'worthy oaridid'oto^ who aspires to become tho cluof buller ot tho corporation, amusingly enough announces in theatrical parlance, to come forward under tho " patronage of his brother citi- zens. We may, thoroforo, reckon upon a largo ...

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AQUATICS. REGATTAS TO COME. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 24 November 1860

AQUA T I C S. , ; I . i REGATTAS TO COME. ^ J ' .Baimáin.November 30th. Queensland Anniversary.December 10th.- t -. ' ,; N.S. AV. Anniversary .........January ÜGthj ISSI. ; , ,t .. RALMAIN REGATTA.-Thu. leading aquntio gathering conies qfl'onSriday noxt, tho gala doy of St. Andrew's; anil tho bill of faro put forth by tho committee ia of such a cha- racter, both as regards quality and quantity, a's leads us to'look;forwnrd,to a romarkably good day's sport. 'Alto- gether, tho.programme promises no fowor than eighteen races, among which will bo found Homo to suit all grados and ,.ages of ."water sprites," ;both amiiiour and profes- sional. , i Tho..number, of ovouts to .bo decided, appears ,sonioivhnt, lorgOj to bo,got. through in ona day; .butwo speak._adyÍBodíy in saying. Hint tho arrangements of ,the coiiimitteo will bo made with such regard to punctuality, that everything will. como olf as advertised, and all. go smoothly, and." niorrily as o marringo bell." Tho eourso over which ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 24 November 1860

BIRTH.         On the 14th November, at Breeza, Mrs. F.R. Ferrier of a daugh- ter.                              

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THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 24 November 1860

THE TURF. THU racing at the Victoria Turf Club Meeting! a full account of which will be found below, while it discloses many items pf interest, points with great force to the fact, that immense results can be achieved when a healthy tone pervades Turf arrangements ; and ought to stimulate the sports; men of this colony, (at any rate all those of them who really wish to improve, and perfect racing as a pastime),to take some energetic steps, in the right direction, ere it ba too late. The meeting was characterised by good ' stake's, good ? fields, good horses,*good condition, and good sport ';' and as another meeting'had! taken,'place only three weeks before, , it seems .'.pretty : clear,, that/ an in- creased amount-of racing neither spoils thc sport, nor. lessens the-public interest in it. . From this our Turf magnates may learn a very 'wholesome lesson. ' 1 '"'. ' ' f... (''_ " Mr Duppa's stable has not kept up the high hopes entertained of it, by most people-who saw Phoebe and Wil...

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VICTORIA TURF CLUB SPRING RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 24 November 1860

VICTORIA TURF CLUB SPRING RACES. ; STBWABDS :-Messrs T. Chirnside, B. F. Greene,' C. H. Lynn, F; C. Standish, G. "Wutaon. Jttdgo: Mr J., Henderson. Starter : Mr-G. Watson. Clerk bf; thoCourso: Mr F. D. Hamilton. FIUST DAY, TmjasDAy, IStli Novombor. MAIDEN' 1'LATÜ, of 50 sovs ; ontrancc, 3 SOTS. Mila and . a half. .: Mr. J. Kelly's br li Malnroyal, by Tba Premier, 4 yrs, 9it alb . . -. Perkin« 1 A. Chirnside'* li g Reindeer, aged, lost llb.Mitchell 2 Duppa's b fr Hob. aged, lost llb .;.Hay S IngnineH's b c Mansfield Boy, Il yr*, /at alb.Howard 0 . lt. Fisher's b fr Hardnalls, aged, lost Uh.Simpson 0 D'Arcy'* gr g Firetail, 4 yrs, D.<t 21b.Wuldock I) Yecnil's br c Donation, S yrs, 7st 01b.Yeend 0 J. Grant's bg Turras, tuted, lost llb.Mahon 0 r G. Watson', gr ni Princess ltoy.il, 5 yrs, 9st gib...Monaghan 0 Betting : Even aijst Mainroynl; 4 to 1 each agsfc Rein- deer, Donation, and Tarros ; 5 to 1 agst Bob. . "Won in a canter by tliroo longtlisv Tine, 2min 55soe, , - ? . : ¡...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 24 November 1860

Olí SALE afc tho Watorloo^Wàrobbuso,, comer of Georgo and Market streets Bass'alo, No'3 ' ' Castor oil Allsopp'? ale,' No. 3 ' " Cocoa and chocolate Taylor s stout ' .'' Pearl barley . Aluopp's alo, bottled by Vormicolli and macearon! Friend . ' «Tar salt ' , Byass'alo and porter ' ? ' Liverpool coarso salt Trumnn's bottled porter ( Rook salt Worthington's bottled ala Dairy salt Kartell's palo brandy in . St'Ubo's salt , quarters [' Moir's salmon Palo brandy in cases Sardines , Hennessey's brandy, ditto:' Mon's molo trousers Clozeau ditto, ditto . ' Boys'' ditto' ditto ' " Vinegrowers' ditto'ditto ', Youths' ' and .'small ' mon Dumas* ditto,'ditto ' ' ditto ditto ' Scotch whisky . ' Bedford'cord trousers Irish ditto ' , ''?'.' White shirts Booth's old tom . Crimean shirts Lowndes' old tom Dob trousers Patras currants' . Boy's' and ' youth's' black, Elomo'raisins : ' 'ditto " ' ".;.-. Elemó'ílgs .;' KorsoydraWors'' 11 'Baltana raisin* ' Blankets; 9:4 to 12-4 ' Jordan almonds ' Blue d...

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BELL'S LIFE IN SYDNEY. SYDNEY, NOVEMBER 24, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 24 November 1860

SELL'S LIFE JIM ; SYDNEY. TUR present position .of ttys colony is universally admitted to besuch.as' to fully,justify extremé anxiety ' ns to the future.' . That Ithé. embarrassed state of the country can only be attributed to years ot' misrule, and political, profligacy, is likewise : generally conceded. Year after-year have the true interests of New South Wales been'wantonly and wickedly'sacrificed to'promote the destructive de- signs of political chicanery and personal. aggrand- izement, until our affairs have'reached a climax of misfortune, as general as it is çreat. - At^ho previous period of its history, has this colony been so thoroughly and hopelessly cast down. It has ''ot-''- course experienced seasons of corhmercjal depression and general.distress, and has been af- flicted. by the : hand of Providence; but in the ' midst of all. these disasters the colony appears to have enjoyed the advantage of having rulers, whose p'ru'dence and sagacity were fully equal to ? meet these...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 24 November 1860

ENTLEMEN favouring.-us- with;ordera for .this. T Journal will bo plcasód tb Vncloao tho " necessary advance for six months subscription, in's 13s, or a £1 noto which wii corer lln-oo quarters of tho voar. . PICKERING &NICHOLS. NOTICE,-Óuf country Agents'aro particularly re qubstod* to forward "statements of accounts forth- with, to enable us to forward our hill? to tho end or the year. . . . . . PICKERING,& NICHOLS. : Syduoy,:Nov. 34tli, 1800. . .. ; ' v !

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