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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. TO THE ELECTORS OF N0EW SOUTH WALES (Per favor of Bell's Life in Sydney.) [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 24 November 1860

OEIGTttAI CÓRRISíONDENCE. . TO THE ELECTORS OF NEW SOOTH WALES (Per favor of BeWt Z\fe tty Sydnei/J Fri tow Cotoxisrs,-"Wo uro called upon; ot an im- i . portant crisis bf our country's history^ aild' under most j peculiar circumstance^ to oxercisb. bur.'right of franchise, tho greatest symbol df British indopondonca ¡ ? and upon our votes, under tho present pressure, will probably de pond tho wcll-boing of tho colony, for tho. next feiw years nt least, I say tho circumstances aro peculiar, because it rarely happons,' in the political history of any country, that a gonoral' election, turns" upon a slrigló quos t ion j; »nd, in tho ono ut issuo, ov'erylhing wiíl depend1 upoji our saying yoo or hay to orlo proposition. . Although tho. question of " Stnto'Aid,'' may, rind doubtless will, be.im- ported into coming discussions, yet who caa doubt that each candidate's" election will tum upon " survey, or no survey, boforo' solcction ?" and, no matter how impor- tant may bo tho question of...

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

POLICE; ATimîOFA " TICKER."-Prccisolyat ton o'clock on tuesday" morning, Mr. Phillip Andrews, tlio celebrated Chronologist, prcsontod Iiis " dial" befoío tho luminaries of tho 0. P. O.,-to answer tho cliurgo of hoing " hard up" nnd endeavoring to improro his fortune nt the expenso of Mr. -Wolfe Saber, Of G-oorge-street, jówollcr, whô deposed that on Mondny evening,- Mr. Andrews honored his shop with a visit, and entéred into a very interesting conversa- tion on the value of tinto and tho virtno of punctuality. Whilst discoursing moat eloquontly on these topics, Mi-. Andrews consurod in severo tonna tho irregularity of thc " timo ball" on Sundays, whoreby, to his own knowledge, Eovoral frionds of his had moro than onco spoiled tho cooking of their Sabbath dinners, and pleasantly romarked that ho looked upon tho "timo ball," or rather a "ball" in timo os ono of tho first clements in tho cup of terrestrial happiness. Ko thou proceeded to business, and after koonly examining sovornl wot...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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SYDNEY HORSE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 24 November 1860

SYDNEY HORSE MARKET.               'Burt and Co report little or no alteration in the horse market, the   demands are still confined to home consumption, the sales for ex- portation being limited to a few occasional lots for New Zealand, country lots are readily disposed of at market rates provided they consist of useful strong horses, for small inferior horses there is no demand, throughout the week we have disposed of lots from Shoal- haven, Kiama, Maitland, and Goulburn, heavy draughts going from £23 to £25; light harness horses, £16 to £25; hackneys, £10 to £20, the Goulburn lot consists of 31 unbroken colts bred by Mr Robertson and were sold in the cattle market yards on Friday at an average of about £10 per head, prices ranging from £5 to 17 each. Mr. Charles Martyn reports—The Market has teen very inade- quately furnished with good stock, though abundantly supplied &amp...

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

ILLAWARRA. S. Lovat, b Fowler. W. Brown, c Fowler., W. Croft, b II. Morrl. . J. M urry, c Bellemy. J. llixon, b Fowler. II. Ilcndalmw, c J. Hurley. I'. Kelly, b II. Morris ....... J. Devlin, bil. Morrl» . M. Murry, b II. Morris. Chllby, mn out . Uowot, run out . Flrit Innings. I bil. Morris 0 bil. Morris 4 run out ...... Second Innings. O 0 ,'1 bil.Morris . ,7 b H. Morris . 0 b H. Morris . S b II. Morris .. 1 bil. Morris . 0 bil. Morris . 1 b D. Fowler . 2 Bye« 5 not out 10 S o o o 4 O 1 2 12 Tots! 64. DKÍISOST v. WABWICK.-Thcso clubs mot on tho Domain ground on Saturday Inst, hut in consequence, of tho threatening aspect of tho weather, wp woro Not pre- sent, believing tho match would not como olF. Wo nre thorcforo unablo to giro tho 'score, any further than that tho'TJenisons made 99 in their Erst innings, and that, on tho nppoanvneo pf thoir adversaries at tito wickets, tho torrents of rain put a stop to tho game for that after- noon. MEBTIUBS.-Tho Cricketer's Association held a ...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 24 November 1860

"BELL'S LIFE IN SYDlfET.' ADVERTISEMENTS received up to 7 p.m. on FRIDAYS. Instructions to ?withdraw ndvertise monts must reach tho outee not later thon Ö pittt. on WEDNESDAYS.-22G, Castlcrcagh-street. WANTED BY THE 1ST JANUARY, 1861. TWO INTELLIGENT BOYS to dolivor BeWs Life in Sydney and tho suburhs ovory Saturdajr morning. Each will bo provided with a pony, and a suitablo uni- form, Appheation to bo mado ot this ofllce. Security will bo required. PICKERING & NICHOLS. TO PRINTERS AND OTHERS. FIVE or SIX HUNDRED POUNDS good second- hand BREVIER. To bo sold cheap for CABHÍ I Apply at tho office of this paper._ , , ? '.'-* SPLENDID COLORED ENGRAVINGS . OF "ZOE." with podigroe and performances, on board for framing, to bo had at this office) price Bs. Coin mission allowed to Country agonts and Stationers; PORTRAITS OF " ZOE." COLORED PORTRAITS.of "ZOE," Winnor of tho Second Champion Race, painted and engraved on stono by Mr ¥. Woodhouse, tho woll-knowu animal pnintor, of Melbo...

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

ELECTORAL DTäTRIOT OF EAST SiTDNEY. Sydney, Novoinborl5,18GO.-1.RICHARD HILL, .-Roturntag-Omc7*-ró"r-nh^ , .Bydnpyi.do hereby givu.;n.oticrj that a" Public 'MEETING. of tho Electors oftUo above namod Electoral District wül .;:bo holdou at¡Hydo Park at noon on,WEDNESDAY, thc fifth day of December next ensuing, for tho nomination and olection of fourni Jinburn to, servo in thu Legislative, Assombly of'Now South 'Wales ; for tho said Eloctorol District. ?,-!.. i j In tho event of such election being contested, and poll demanded,.tho polling will toko placo ou FRIDAY, tho sovonth day of Doooinber next ensuing, at,tho follow- ing places :- i » No. 1 Boqtlij'A, B^and C, Jury. Court, Supreme Court, .«i';î iCVjKiug-street.i ... .;; ; - j j ' Ho", 2 Booth, Ï), E, F andG.BancoCourt.SuprowoCourt, ¡,-.,.,!. ..King-street. ... / ., . j .t.;Noj 3 Booth,;!!, I, J,aiid;K, Distriot Court.: : .... j No. 4 Booth, L, M, N, and O, Colonial Architect's. Ofllce, No. G Booth, P, Q, R, and S, under tho Hust...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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SYDNEY HOUSE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 1 December 1860

SYDNEY HOUSE MARKET. Messrs Burt and Co have nothing beyond toe usual routine or their sale» to report this week country lots continue to «oil well and strrtisyoung horses suited for liarnos» work usually realise top prices) good carriage pairs aro scarce and 111 tlcmnni! ; during tho week wc have salli 8 lots from thc Shoalhaven district, 1 clo from Kinma, 1 do from Maitland, and 30 unbroken mares from the Ilnlloiinc Hirer, prices nhout the saino ns last weeks quotations ; tho Shoalhaven lot fetched thc highest ligures hoing bettir conditioned anil well broken. Mr Charles Martyn reports the horse market has been brisk {lur- ing thc week, and really ßnod horses have sold well. The market has been over supplied with Inferior stock. Several country lots have been disposed of iliirinpr tho week : ono lot of 4 from the Tocal stud (carriage horses) Drought SHH. Several lots went well nt the li.-izaar: curt horses from,£30 to Ü45¡ hacks from JJ (0 upwards, according to quality. A lot of 1...

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SYDNEY MARKETS,1 FRIDAY. WHOLESALE PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 1 December 1860

SYDNEY MARKETS,1 FRIDAY. WltotsSALE TRICES. WHEAT, 7« to' Ks per bushel; llour,'£19pertoo: maize, 2s sd tn 3a harley, 4»; cape dllio, 4i por bushel ; h»y, onion, ÍIB; lucerne £4 per tun : butter, Oil to ii ; choe.no. M to 1«! Iirtcon dm) hums Od lo Rd per lb i tins, O l In li pur dozen ; fowls, 2i Gd t > 8t Gd per couple ; pctatnes, £12 to £15 per ton ; fut plea 6.1 to Sd per lb ; lii-cf, 40H, mot- ion, 60 per cwt ; Hlilea. Ss to 15 ; tobacco, lu 2<l to IH Dd per lb, best Yinalitr. ,,I.iicemo»ceil ls Cliper lb, rolnll 2s ¡ perennial roi clover, .ditto ditto; wlilio Dutch, ditto diu«; station nuil mlxoJ Bionics. I» per lb, sorghum sacclliratum, ls per lb | aced oula Gi Od lo 6» Od per bushol. j PERRI* AND Soy, Commission Agents. HATKABKBT PnicCT -Tiny, 5s Od lo Bs Od s straw, 3s OJ to .li Sil ; wheat,' 8» Oil to Os Oil ; maize, 2s Od to 3s Od ; outs, 3s 0,1 la Ss 3d; h«rla.v; 3« Od -o 8» 2di cowa,'£5 10» to £11; calves, 2U to 32s ) bark £3 Os Ira £3 16s per ion |'screen...

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RAYMOND AND CO'S STOCK AND STATION REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 1 December 1860

I ' RAT MOND AND CO'S' STOCK AND . STATION TtEFO RT. Fat Cutt lu,-TM« market continues ovorítockcrt, tho innlliv irood. First qi-nllty. brinna £4 io £4 18s ; eocoutl quality, £ti 15s to £3 los. Fal Sheep.-First eins« wethers oro In demund. We quotu them front 16s Ct to 17« s second eins«. 13s Gd t" 14s du, .. Store Cottle.-Tho «toro cattle irnclo ls In a «into nf sUnna'tl nj wo hardly anticípalo any Improvement for some lit tin timo Wo quote well tired lota, nilaod Keitca. dcUvornblo nu tho ntutton, 38s to 4ns; all bullock-, Ar» rn «Os : dollverablo ut Dooli loulu, mixed lut», 67s to GOs ;. all iiullitcks, Tas; Store Sheen-Tomtit brocdlne ewe» aro In demand at'norn' lin Cd to 15a.'fid.. Wotheri* not so much enquired for. Wo ooote them from 10s to 12s, .. .. . , Hone*.-'There has boen nn active demand for rlral.clas* harness ? hornee,1 mid prlcoa urtu. Inferior or In lou condition nttsali'Hlile. .Slatli.nl-Umtoclscd, or lightly alockort run». In Quooiialnnil are soiulil after, but re...

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SPORTING CHRONICLE. VICTORIAN TURF SUBSCRIPTION ROOM. SETTLING NIGHT FOR THE T.C. RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 1 December 1860

S PO R T*/ÍMG CHRP SU I OLE. VICTOEIAIT ÍTJRF SUBSCKEPTIok ROOM. ' SEMIiING- NIGHT FOU THE T. C. RACES. MONDAY.-Novor ainco the bettors of tho colony have "formed themsolvcs into im exclusivo body, clo -we remem- ber so bael a settling ns :that of Monday last. Wehnd1 great hopes, when tho now management of tho room - commenced; that thc paying and , receiving night -would ?always pass by -without our hoing coiled upon to report nbscntoasr;-:but such n bright stnto of nfthirs -unfortu- nately does not exist, and sevoral hitherto good niarks wore found» «on strut when most wanted. 'Xhoro aro, 'morcovter,i sevoral members of the room, who system- atically, postpone-paying 'lip untU'the! following day or ' towards tho encl ot' ;the weok¡ to those1, laltor, wo would ? simply "romind'thom thilt their creditors fool in honour bound tosettló their.. nccountsi oh. the!fixed'night,' and ' have just'cauBoitocbrnpla in when'they aro ; prevented' from so. doing through tho cavolessness of others...

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THE SPIRIT OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 1 December 1860

THE SPIRIT? OP THE WEEK. Tho olecfions,-" legislativo und Mimieipalj have been .the engrossing topic ofthoweiik. Itv husiness transac- tions, thoro, is. nothing-Vamnrknblo to note;, unless thc cheering fact of breadstuff, -which huvu most opportunely como to hand, our own crops having suffered severely from tho late inclement wenthor. Tho extensivo mills hclonginu; to 'Mr Nott, at Wost Maitland, huvo been destroyed by tire. 2fo lives were lost,, nnd tho property is said to bo insured. 32<lward Thompson, n sawyer of West Dapto, fell from a dray on-which ho was riding, and broke hts neck. . Henry W. 1'nrkor in disposing of his property prior to'Iiis leaving thc colony. . A youth named Haytor, in company with somo others, went oiH for tho purpose of shooting kangaroos in tho neigliUiourhood of llnzorbuuk, when his glin accidentally wont oil', shattering tile right arm so seriously that im- mediate amputation was found npcossary ¡ whioh operation ho underwent with much fortit...

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AQUATICS. REGATTAS TO COME. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 1 December 1860

V./yj&U'lT.A TIC S;'-' ' . REGATTAS TO COME. 0^een«lanâ''XTintïerini7^.".B*cemWr loft. N. S. Anniversary.Jnmmry 2Blh, ISM.

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CRICKET. MATCHES TO COME. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 1 December 1860

CRICKET. MATCHES TO COMB, Tbl« Dayv-Warwick v. Albert ("continuation) ...Domain ,, General Post Office v. Saxons ..Military Ground . Dec. 8.-Albert second v. Campbelltown , " Denison v. Warwick ' ! ' ' Deels.-Donison ï. Albert , , . .»-;,..-. Dec. 22.-Zingari V.Albert, second ll ? . - Jort^l.-Albert second ll v. Illawarra, (probable.) ~ ' ' Press of electioneering mutters prevents us this wook giving moro than n resumo" of tho matches played, and other cricketing news. .. . '." CRICKET AT l/ivEnrooi.-Tho Australian and TJn (laimted Clubs.playod ft match early in tho ' week, which resulted in tho former hoing victorious with oight wicket« to go down. Scoro:-Australians,, 63 and 9} total, 72. Undaunted, 32 lind 39 ¡ total, 71. . "? CRICKET AT GOUMUIIS.-A match between tho Union and tho Goulburn Clubs was commoncod on tho 7th inst., and finished on tho 24-tli, ending in a victory for tho ..Union, by ,'l runs. 'Scores :-Union 79 nnd 28 ; total,'107- i Goulburn, 76 and 27; total, 103.. T...

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ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 1 December 1860

A1Ï3WERS TO COEBSSPOMIISIÏÏS. -Your Utter unwoManly «tand« over. ¿.'ll. notby Thoniaa Moore. ! , ..... , ,-, . .< WARRIOR.-An apprentice under 41 years Bf ngecannot.lw.com pelleil to serve tn a militia, r ' ,",.".;, AT11LKTE.-l)uinb-bell< Jhould nd exceed 411)«, but lt ls prefer able to commencé ?wltltiltiîhtrr encl.- _ . / H. W.,-Little Wonder von-tte Derby Itt 1340. ¡ / ¡ " HOOKEY WALKEH/'r^Tlio hlitory of , this renowned Indi- vidual ls a< follows ¡_Jol.tr \V»lker" was sn Out-door clerk at Longman, Clementl, und Co's in Cheapside where » croat number of persons -wore employed! »nd "Old Jack," who had a crooked or booked nose, occupied tho post of a spy upon their delinquencies. But Jack, some how or other, was constantly discredited, and thus. hi« occupa- tion ceased, but not tho rame of" Hookey Walker. Soveral letters stand over for want of space.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 1 December 1860

ÜISOTORAL-DISTRICT OP-EAST SYDNEY. 'IL Sydney,Noyembarl5,18BQ<^I; RICHARD HILL, Reluming Officer for the. Electoral. District of East Sydnoy, do hereby ¿ire notice that ti Publié' MEETING of the. Electors ot thu abare named Electoral District will be.holden at.Uyde;Park at noon oh WEDNESDAY, thc fifth day.of Dicember next ensuing,??for- tho nomination'1 »nd election of four members to servo in^ tho Législative Assembly of Now South ' Wales 'for the' said 'Electoral District. -, ... . .', , .';;-. I, ",; ' In the cront of such 'election hoing contested, and poll demanded, 'tho joUiug will take placo on FRIDAY, the' seventh day -of December-next ensuing, nt tho. follow- ing places:- . . ,. No. 1 Booth, A, B, and 0, Jury Court,' Supreme Court, ..'?> Ring-street."' '-. '! .?'?. .'" . ' ' -''\ No, 2 Booth, D, E, F and G> Banco Court, Supremo Court,' King-street; -'. :- ?' ,; " . '-' ."- L. No. 8 Booth, H, I, .T, and R, Dislrict Court... No. 4 Booth,-' L, M; Nj and O.'Col...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 1 December 1860

O YA Ii VICTORIA' THEATRE. Director and Stngo Manager...Mr JOSEPH RAYNER. ! .. TÙIS ENNING-, SATURDAY," ! the Domestic Drama bf ! S U SA N HOP LE Y ' " on, THE VICISSITUDES OF A'SERVAN! GIRL. After which Mr HACKNEY'S Entertainment. 1 And conclude'with the 'Romantic Drama of THE TALE OF MYSTIillY ; "" '' " ' " Ors, ' THE DUMB MAN OP FUR ROCKS! NOTICE.-On MONDAY EVENING the fascinating Dansouso FRAULEIN ? FAUNIE and. tho BROTHERS LEOPOLD will' appear in a 'Non ? Ballot. ?'.??? .1374. SHARSPEARE'S CONCERT HALL.-Last Night of HOUDIN, John Howson, Lorcson, Hethering- ton, Thompson. Superior ontortainincnti - I!! " .. j ' ".'.NEW YEAR'S DAY STORTS., . ' 1 DAULKHAM''!HILLS ANNUAL .. RACES, i '. ? . TÖ .COME OFF on TUESDAY, thc .1st JANUARY, ..'issi. ,.. , ...' :, \,.¡ ; First Raco-LTho MAIDEN PLATE, of IO, sovereigns, .with ';, li 'sweepstakes of 10s, eneh. For nil district horses that never won an advertised prize,, tho hona.fido property " of persons residing in tho district ono month pr...

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POLICE. "HOCKEY" WALKER MAKES A SECOND INVESTMENT IN THE MATRIMONIAL MARKET, AND IS BROUGHT UP STANDING, (HAVING PUT HIS FOOT INTO IT) BEFORE PEDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 1 December 1860

POLICE. V HOOKEY" WAIKER STAKES A SECOND INVESTJCEXT : IK 'TUK MATMIÍIOSIAI, SIAKKET, AND IS BROUGHT Ur, STANDING, (IIAVINO TUT HIS FOOT INTO IT) UBFOrtB ; iPJJDEN. . . . At tho Contrai Polico Court, yesterday, ? Mr/William Walker (lato of Braidwood) waa brought up for ilnnl examination boforo Messrs Peden nnd Sutton, J.'sP., on tlie chargo of bigamy. Mr Cory appeared for (ho prose- cution, und; Messrs _Mollutt, ltobcrts, and Deniehy for 'tho defence. . ' -J"Tho Hov Dean Walsh, CC, of Goulburn¡ sworn : I know tho dofoiidnrit, and I know Bridget Shanahan; performed tho mnrriago sorviee betweon them on the 10th Murch, 185G, in tho church of St. Peter and St. Paul,) Goulburn. .. Mr. Moffatt objected to Mr Cory galloping on so fust; ; contending that tlie reverend gcntlonian ought to stuto what he did, because it might possibly turn out that tho coremoiiy p'orformcd was in point of law ,no murringo, nt all j there wore many sham marriages in thoso days. . .... Dean Walsh : I beg you wil...

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BALMAIN REGATTA— ST. ANDREWS DAY, NOVEMBER 30th, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 1 December 1860

r$ALl£ARI EEÖATTJSL.-ST. ANDEEWS DAY, ( yíce-Proaidoiit,/Onpúuii Bonntree.., . .¡iyn Uniplus ,Captnin,'XvF.Ï)yc.., od: iM&tÎÂh ..Thonine Buchanan,EBq.. ..-'.U Treasurer, Walter Cliurcli, Esq. Hon: Sec. B., S. Bess, Eoq. . ' _,_1 ... . COMÍUTTCX. -. "Messn, BJftoniitd, «T. 1\ i Messrs. A. Rcynplds ; ;? ''-J; ^XWö^lMMl.-,:-' .. , ; , O. S. JÎ-VMl»' JI. J " Ck Cocliráii'o',. !'.'.? ,.'.¡t H¿ Perdrinu . r "V.T. C.lt'Corraick ..' '.. '.F. (Spence r" >*-V :;!;CX^.">í'3téchruo '; A, M'KeebjuB , ';. ir,AVoolnougli-¿y.-. E. Biiiphain ? ? ''.B^H/BHgh,, J; '"''''7 B. Iluubüry...1'.. Tho Biuinuin Regatta, which IUIB for some weeks been' .claiming- tho attention "öf"Aqiliitlc..^tinateurs;.'cuuio off jysu-rday Minder jrery' auupioiqus' direuhistnnces.' 'Thc "írv-ttthor'W-riií 'kU-t£kt fhé nidst fastidious cqiild desire,' and be fe re the' hoi\r s jipühitou'1 for - tho .-flint -tice '.' the neigh - bourliood-oT Dalmain presented a Beerie of 'tlio gi-catcât activity. The Stoümer 'VGoT...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 1 December 1860

SCANDAI, IN Uroir Lii'iï.-Tho return of tho Boscawon lins givOn publicity to un all'uir of tho moat painful char- acter. It will bo recollected that tho Governor of tho Citpo,;Sir George Groy, with Lady Groy, took passugo to tho colony in«, tho'íoíto, GO, screw, bearing the fliig of Rear-Aiurdrnl .the IJon. Sir IT. Keppel, tho nowly uppoititcd coinuiandor-in-uhicf of tho station. On the passage, circumstances carno to tho knowledge of Sir George which resulted iii tho landing of her ladyship afc, Rio, and His Excellency proceeded to tho'Capo, leaving his wife,to return to Jinglund. Immediately thu forte reached tho colony Admiral Kcppol shifted,his ling ,to, tho Brisk, and proceeded to a dîneront' part of his station. ?Tho ¡affiiir, wo Understand, hus oust a Blindo ovor tho rejoicings with which it was proposed to colebrnto the return of tho Governor to tho colony, where he is exceed- ingly popular ; and it'is' felt that oithor his Excellency the "Governor or tho Admiral must retiro...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 1 December 1860

: L OC Ali INT El Ii IG MC E. - AroLooy.-Theatrical notices, anti ' other '.matters wc ore ' rc luctantly compelled to omit, In consequence of thc extraordinary Influx of advertisements.. Next neck wo shall publish a supple mentor)- sheet. ? .' * . .»...> ItATltP.R .SiiABr!-A. singular example of the mode in whicli JUstice (1) is occasionally dealt out at thc City Police Court, occurred on Monday, when an' unfortunate woman named Caroline Long was charged hy a doubly diligent constable, with having, on Saturday night, committed thu atrocious: clim» od "walking; in Coulburn street," and for which enormity tho woman was. sentenced to a month's Imprisonment .with hard .labor. It appeared the woman had only, bfen released from Darlinghurst Gaol on Saturday morning, and this very particular policeman who met her " walking In Goul bunt-strcet," knowing her to be "jin idle and disorderly person," im- mediately: suspended thc,Habeas Corpus:Act, and consigned tho miserable creature to the...

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