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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 15 December 1860
DREADFUL ACCIDENT--A BRIDE KILLED THE DAY AFTER MARRIAGE.--We have to record one of the most heartrending catastrophes we have heard of in this district. A joyous bridal party was proceeding home- wards on the east side of the Hopkins, near Messrs Gall and Lumsden's farm, on Saturday afternoon last, when the vehicle in which the bride was sitting, ran over a small stump, and she was thrown out and killed almost instantaneously. From the post mortem examination, there is no doubt that the deceased received the injuries which ended so fatally from being struck by the wheel or step of the vehicle. There does not appear to have been the slightest blame attributed to anyone. The ve- hicle in which the deceased sat was proceeding at a very moderate pace indeed, and the fatal occurrence was purely accidental. Every effort was made to restore life, but without avail, and the only consolation appears to have been that the unfortunate bride must have suffered &nbsp; no pain ere her sp...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 15 December 1860
QUEENSLAND CHA3El>I0N_ItACE. NORTH AUSTRALIAN RACE-COURSE, IPSWICH, WEDNESDAY, 29th day of MAY, 1861, at One o'clock. Under the direction and management of tlio Stewards oi tim North Australian Jockey Club, to not with Stew- ards to bo appointed by each of tho colonies. THE QUEENSLAND CHAMPION SWEEP STA"KTCS of .-filOO each, with Olio Thousand ouïnonB added, open to nil horses in tho Australian, Now Zealand, and Tasmanian Colonies ; tllroo milos, ono ovont. If thrco or moro horses start, tho second to vceeivo Two Hundred Sovereigns from tho stakes; tlicthirdhorsctosnro his Btuko ; if only two stnrt, tilo second to savo his stake. Tho winner to pnv ¡C20O towards tho eiponsos An allow nnco of 311)3. to all horses arming from pints bovond tlte Colony within two months from the dato ol'tho rnco. En- tráñeos to bo addressed and forwarded to tho nndorsigncil, Ipswich, on or before tho tlrst day of MARCH, 1861. Half forfeits to bo doolnrcd thirty days provious to tho day of race. Bules ...
SYDNEY HORSE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 22 December 1860
SYDNEYU0U8E MARKET. Chartes Martyn reportj-^THo »ali» at the liaxonr tills vfCek have not been very nnlniatcd although n considerable number of horses Imve changed hand«; ! Numerous lut» of fresh Country Horses have arrived for »ale,'but unces do'riot cxlitbtt any Improvement. - Tho sales at tho Cattle Mnrkot haVc gone oirvery »ell, In fact unbroken' colts, If powerful and well-made, sell better than broken tn horses. .1 would advise my constituent« not to send, anything morn down Tor the rest of tbc Vcnr.-as the Market In Invariably dall during tho .Christmas Hulidny«. It ll proll.ibto that the u j-.r year witt ntl tue» «omi tiupiovenicnt. . - - . . .
SYDNEY MARKETS, FRIDAY. WHOLESALE PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 22 December 1860
SYDNEY in ARK GTS, FRIDAY. iriioLUAur- mice*. Wu KAT, 7* Iff Si per litMliel i Hour, £17 tn £10 per tou t malz«, 8« 6.11 barley, 4«: cHpe «IIUu, 4a per hu»l]ol¡ tux, "aloa, £6 £8 | luconie, £3 I OJ to £1 uer ton ¡ hillier, nd to O l i clieeao. Od la lí¡ bacon Bil to ( dd per lb i I'.^t. Ol ta ls perdonen i fowl«, 2« Gd tvs* Od uoriénunlo ! n«tal»e>, £« to £H per lon t f«t pl»a Od to Sd .iior lb i b«or, 40«. mill- ion, AO per er/t t Jil.lo). 5a lo ISSI tobacco,,1« 3d tn lg Gd per tb, beal niMllty. Ijuoorao «eej .!« GI per lb, retail 2a ; perroiintul r&l'clovrr dino ültlo t whllo IJulcli, 2s Od cor lbj station and mixet 'irtawon., 'it Gd per lb, sorgbUDi lactlmrumiu, ls per lb | geed oats ia Od IO Ca Gd lier buabol. , FEttltï* AVD BOX, Coumilialon Agents.,
SPORTING CHRONICLE.-00RACES TO COME. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 22 December 1860
SPORTING CHROM IC LF. -:-00 . . , IÎAC.E'.S T O,. O JO. 'üL E. Liverpool.....Dec. 26tli anti 37th: Binn rja'n«.:...Dec2&lt;itli, U'Uilkliam Hills .,.Ju» 1st 18*1. : .Vorth Itlclinmnd.JUIHIHIV 1st, 1801. Wnlmitt.J BU 1st, ïn.l iiii.l 3nl. 1R01. Qiilehon B.iy.v...Tiwi. Dili. lOih. and lilli. Iliilliurst.F«l>6tli. Olh.und 7lh. Ism. Albury.....v..'.F«l>. 12ih, l.lih.iind 14th. Turrlaru.,. .March'iBlb, 1801. riCTOIlIA. línnilllon Flacas.:.Dec --- I'ltitis'hliiii linces .Tide .sflrh Wurnmmhnqi lUco«.Dec 27th and 28th BmirnllcUl Itace.,.Jan 1st F.nplix.:.Jan. 2nd. Penola Racas.Jan Sill und 0th ronlow! Itaces....Jan 22nrt, 33rd,nud 24lh tva gar«tia...Jan. 29tn, 30th, and 31st. QUEENSLAND. Queensland Charo|iton Swcopuukcs.Hoy 29th, 1831. 'j TASMANIA. Third Australian Champion Stakes.December 3rd, 1801.
T H E T U R F. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 22 December 1860
T H H T U R F - I AVE have' not much to si»y of things past.; things present are " in statu quo," and things to come give promise of some little.sport next week. Our sporting friends, of course, look forward to some racing on Boxing Day, and we think they will be fully able to gratify their propensity, in that re- gard, to all desirable extent. From .a private source we Imve heard during the past few days, that Liverpool .Races are likely to produce nu- merical^', good fields ; ' in -which case the sport will be good also. Out friends in the country have maintained such a studied silente on all mat- ters connected with this meeting that we really find ourselves/ on «he eve of it, with nothing to say \ and as ive notice that our correspondent, Pegasus, lins'given a small yarn on such matters ; we leave their elucidation entirely in lu's Lands. Oui retriers will notice that the A.J.C. Maiden Plate is advertised, hut it is only ¡Cl 00 instead of £'150, as ive liad doth hoped and expect...
P O L I C E. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 22 December 1860
iP Ö L I C E. TUE G HEAT DURBAN CUM VICKERY: CASE.-This ciiso, which bids fair to eclipso tho renowned Jnrndyee aud Jnrndyco ol' Dickens, was ugdin called on yesterday ot tho Contrai Police Court, whither tho veteran leather dresser hnd boen summoned by tho whilom sharer of .lib tender moments. All parlies to tho suit lóokod'blooni ing, though wo couldn't help noticing a slight wnut of stiffening m tho snowy choker, as tho ancient body en- tered tho court. Jane-tho lovely Jnno-was tho pic- ture of rude heiilth . and young Mastery Vickery Dur- ban, who certainly grows day by day likerer mid likcrcr fco Iiis groat progenitor, set up a cry.of infantile delight as that highly rospoctcd gentleman entered the court. Tho young and lasting testimonial to stolen Miss would havu hold out his little hands to clutch the inviting perukial erection, but that they were employed with a good wholesoms crust ; and it struck us forcibly that Master V. D. proferrcd tho substantial reality to au empty s...
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 22 December 1860
.LOCÁIi IN TEL I« IIT C E. ? THE. BATTM; OF HABTISGS.-A Hossierucian writes us that.'a full report of thia memorable contest will be forwarded to. it* for appearance in nn ' carly issue ; tho prinoipal and most exciting incident thoroin being thnt of Aaron with Iiis rod commanding old Flett's " »on to stand still." Unless. Providence have morey upon us, we may expect tho world to bo eclipsed, However, we Pant on in tho hopo^hat Aaron's rod will notblossoni at the Hastings ¡ otherwise "old Hurry" will play thc dickons-withus. . A. Jon's CoMv'ottTKii.-Tlioaminblo "brother of tho Dun and moon," tlio Kinporor of China, being just now in advenís rebus,- will certainly derive considerable conso- lation wie» ho ronds the lending nrtielo in Wednesday's Herald. It will Hootho . the sorrows . of tho Impernl .Mogul to find that ho lins, at least in Sydney, ono tondor and sympathising- friend, who sheds such balmy tears ¡ over the sacking of tho Bummer palace, and who de- nounces hi such strong...
THE SPIRIT OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 22 December 1860
THE SÏIEIT OF .THE WEEK. The approaching festive season lias given an impetin lo our trade,' which, during tho woeU lias manifester, much animation! Tho commercial intelligence per De liar-is on the whole satisfactory. .There is still, however much mercantile depression existing, and tho names o several ara freely mentioned as about to avail thomsclvci bf legal protection. . A during bitt-unsuccessful attempt was recontly madi by some of tho prisoners to escupo from tho gaol al Borrinia. . - A young man endeavouring to cross the Lachlan 01: horseback, was drowned a few days ago. A person named Hannan expired suddenly on Mon- day, in tho shop of Mr I). .Tones, in Gcorge-streot ¡ thc deceased had been for some tims ailing, »nd at tho in- quest it was found that onlargomont of tho heart was thc immediate caine of death. On "Wednesday evening a Aro broko out in a stable nt tacliod to tho residence of Miss Cullen, Derwent-stroet. Owing to thc exertions of tho fire moa tho flames were con...
ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 22 December 1860
AWSWEES. TÖ CÛ&RESPOÎflJEîrXô. . I REMITTANCES RECEIVED from T. G., Btaoip-I V. lil V?., . r. Nolson; P. T., Wnrwlolcj.|a>dft'ntii TOndsOs,tes«IiU.>- :! NUT.-Tho custom 1« of French ori'tln. ir;tut! Écntlcmnn Ve the. ' flret, ho soya '?pood morrilh"; Phlllppm«;**- -f?ttoliidyr she would tay " good ninrjuiii'FhliUiJjm." ,'' '? -, It P.-In Ncw^outh Vitos it'(s usnul to piit » pannlty.on hones winning tictween tho entry and tlie «art. Each Malden-PiJte , iba» it own conditions. A lstlurJi lying nt tul* onice for Mr S. Ilolmo«.,-Jockey.
BELL'S LIFE IN SYDNEY. SYDNEY, DECEMBER 22, 1860. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 22 December 1860
BELL* S UPE ÍN SYDNEY. SYDNEY, DECEMBER 22, 18G0. . ^T/HEHÉ is no part or our duties, as public . .joitrrialists, moro agreeable tb us at this festive 'season than to cordially hail our many ?friends with 'tlie good old Fnglish salutation of " A MERRY CHRISTMAS" 1 Thf-re is something really inex- pressibly pleasant in discarding for a season those, 'dreary and interminable politics, arid impractica- ble " dodges" with which we'have during the past year been so perseveringly hut expensively amused. But away with them now, and for once at least, let all enjoy that amity of sentiment iand oblivion of past differences which, "have ever .marked the approach of time-honored Christmas, j Snice last the "merry Christmas chimes" rang forth their joyous peals, how many a " loved and loving one" has passed away, leaving many in whose hearts will be awakened the . tenderest Chords o'f fond regret for friends pr relatives who ;noVv lie "low and lonely." TV> such as .mourn over the " extinguis...
THEATRICALS. ROYAL VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 22 December 1860
THEATRICALS. .HÓYAI&lt; YICTÓEIA. irr. lturrny'it citravagimza-j produced on Friday even- ing lost, ""as à rtost/complete-fuihtro s an haue which could not for a moment bu doubted, (hero hoing not u single redeeming point in tho piece. It wa», in very truth, joni diameters, sana plot, told nalia interest. indeed, wu »carcoly know how tho dramatic abortion, for such it was, 'rinne to bo prodiicecí nt all. Mr. Rayner generally shows disbrinn'natiou and tact, in selecting tho dramatic enter, lainnicuts for his establishment j and wo cannot, there Wo, think that tho AlBS. of "Our "Volunteers" was road by him prior to Boing placed on tho boards. Tho audience showed its disapproval in tho most palpable way, and tho extravaganíá was consigned to tho oblivion from which it sprang. The author, Mr. Murray, is well known as nn fxcellerit enrvor in wood ; but we fear ho will not add to his reputation by his literary efforts. The May Queen, hnvo boon produced during the week. Tho ballet ...
No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 22 December 1860
'rnj:"AücTioKEi;it.-lu a lutter, rewired ky ftok Mail, from Mr.- Jame» JTx'olo, that nuntlomoti infurtís!" Sydney fridiidH/lliul on pi-oHOutingthe stibnuriplioiiiuinii: to Toni .Sayer«, ho asked tho UtorCIiompiou of Engl» to net-lo willi liiiu for llirao roimds, but not tobilwnl Ador this little mnusomont lind been g'ouu .thrungli, ïj* took off hi» glovuB und handed, thom to Mr. Kwte.ww request tlmt thoy might ku prouented to Mr. Oben; Ik JS'oulo 'furthur unys that ho. learnt hom.Bayern tljo* brotad ''AuetloiieWerhîêi^'whî^/oJôronglï iuilwcrilsS in writing, ho will bo very hippy lo treat Iii« biiuùi W tanto of,_ou liii jciumouibi^AuiMi,. '.j
REJECTED ADDRESSES. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 22 December 1860
. BBJECTED ADDRESSES.. During tho progress of the ~Klections, Va Titre Fcrer-.! times beoh i-ospuestocl to publish tho adclronscs of thiw gontlomcn, whoso rospcotnbility has caused thom to boro joctod by tho constituencies lowborn they appealed1 ¡ and wo at length yield rcluetaully to tho solicitations of oar friends. Beginning with the earliest trialj no moto a start with East Syduoy, determining to continue tho scriea, wook by week, until tho mipply falls short of the demand; ond wo do ourselves the honor to dedicate the humble ef- forts of otu- namuluas correspondents, to Monars Whit*, Bomoastlo, and Willoughby as possibly tho most disap- pointed, and moat deluded tools or democracy that havs boca mot with during tho contest.' ' ' '
NEW PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 22 December 1860
HEW PAFvLIAMEKT. Iliitlnirit.,.J, Hart . HnlrarialO ..V._...A, MiirrlJ . Ilrnldvrodu .V. Moriarty.. ' Carenar J.i.......Vf. IU Witt ..". Clarence.'..C. luring .;. , Canterbury .J. I.ucui_. E, Railer Ellon ..'.1).' F.|T«i..;. Thc. fil.-1>». T.W.Snmrt (loiilbum.,. C. H. Wald! «old Melli», North.J. Hoskins. -Suntu.Dr J. II. Wilson . The Hunter.;I. J. Illuka . --.-Upper.Hun J. Robertson -I.uwer.Vf. A. Scott. Hawkesbury.i.Vf. K.Tidtllngton. Jame« Cuneen Hmno. T. H. Mai, Hartley. II. Ituttun . Illawarra. R, Uonarth Kinma.W. s. dray . Liverpool l'latn«....;..v..A.'IMci Mnltlnad, Kn«...James Dickson. -Weat .......litton; K. C. Weckci ... Macquarie liait ."W. Cummliixi. W. II;Buttoi -West. R. »riv« Maneroo .".... Thomm Claran Murrumbidgee.William Macleay .¡..,. Morpeth .D. Riithnnaa Nepean.:.;.:.:;:¿.í J. T. Myan Kewcnille . ... ....., Janie» Ilaiuitl! Newtown.A. H'Artliur . . Narellan..J. Leary Northumberland.......-....'...'...;?.. T.'Lenl» Orange.;......". John Pelilcy Paterson.Hon. W....
CRICKET. MATCHES TO COME. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 22 December 1860
CEICKET. M A T O TT ES TO O O M15. Tbl» Day.-Albert, »econd ll v. Zingari Uoxln# Day.-Albion v. Illawarra. . llDnmln. .Wolhmgoas. ,. riauaiini v. ^arwicK... Dec. 23.-Albina v. Warwick. Jan. 1.-Albsrt second ll v. Illawarra. National v. Warwick. . Domnln. Domain. .Doronin. Hut little lins boen dono sinco our Inst, tho weather having not been favourable to cricket ! ami on Saturday last the matoli botween tho Donisoua and Warwicks wu's put ii stop to by the rain. Thu Cricketers' Association hold a meeting on Wed- nesday, Mr. Leigh in tho chair, when letters were re- ceived from tho Warwick mid Albion Clubs, announcing Mr. Hayes and Mr. While ns their respective delegates. Mr. Windeyer, M.L.A., and Mr A. Mooro, notified their acceptniieo of olUco in tho Committee. The Secretary, Mr. Clayton, handed in n letter from Mr. Shoesmith, of Melbourne, dntod November 28, but which hod only renchnd Mr. Clayton's hands, through Mr. Driver, on the 19th December, containing a request to be furnishe...
To the Editors of Bell's Life in Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 22 December 1860
To the Editors of Jlell's Lifo in Sydney. I GEMTI.I:JIJ:N-Noticing in your issue of tho 8th mutant nu advertisement lo thc ollbo.t timi a match waa played be- tween tho second oleren of tho Nativo Rose Cricket Club, mid the first eleven of the .Nativos, tho ibnnor camine; oír i victorious by Gl runs, we emphatically deny ovni- having" ' phiyod that Club,- but we lrould be most happy to play their first eleven on Boxing Hay, and wo think it n grail pieco of impudence on the purl or a member of tl int club to publish such n statement lo tho injury ol' our club, but moro DO I o tho injury of their own. Ono of the members of that club is very fond of putting faino utntotnents hi- llie pupers, linville; done so on several occasions boforo. "N'o morely add thia to give timi, young goiitleuinn a hint for the future. Hy inserting this you will confer u grent favor on tho members of the Nativo. Cricket Club. Sidled on bohulf of tho niotnbors. "NV. HUME, Soc. Nativo Cricket Club. Sydney, Dec....
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 22 December 1860
DEATHS. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; On the 9th October, at her residence, Southport, Lancashire, aged 66, Magdalen, relict of the late George Pickering, Esq., of Chester and Birkenhead, and mother of Mr. George Ferrers Pickering, of this city. Requiescat in pace. &nbsp; On the 20th instant, at her residence, Surrey Cottage, Raglan Street, Waterloo, Ann, the wife of Mr. Edward John Hawksley, in the 55th year of her age. Requiescat in pace. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; On the 27th November, at Bogia Station, Castlereagh River, Ellen, the beloved wife of Mr George Gurtin. Aged 27. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp;
Newmarket First October Meeting. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25TH, [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 22 December 1860
Wewinarket First. October Meeting. TUESDAY. SKITE-UDER 25TH, ' ' Tirs HOPEFUL" STAKEÏ of 40 sovs'oáeh, li ft, for two year olds¡ colts fist fib, flllio3 8st" Elby winnora extra s the ? - "recourt to reçoive 50 so vs out of tho states-; tho .lust half of Ab.ftT. (3rur 217vds)t 27 subs. . : *K**! Mr. Merry's Dundee, bv Loni or the Ute», Dst 21b (Including Otb \ ? ... extra).-,....distance |1 . Lord Stamford'« b fThc Little Lady, Sat.Bib (IncjudliurMbextra) ! ? ? !- ... - .". A: Edward« 2 . Lard Stamford's br 'c- Walloon,'. Sat lalb . (Includlñp; Olb'éxtra) ' . . .. . . .. . ' , . ... A. French |S Ilaron Rothschild's b'fOuccn of-the Vale, 8at lllb (Including ; ... . oibextra)..,.-.:.v.v..^..f........'.,...,.,..;:...":.-.'."Welli '4 ? Mr. lt..Teu'Uroeckí'EVénliañcl, Sst 71b.-..,.,....Ci.-Fordha.in '* Tho betting"!o]ie$bd'ht ovens ón. hut 'at 'tlie elostJB'to^ ' -ivas ottered againsf^urirlèb, 6'to2-"ngst;'Walloon, .and 7 to 2 agst Chicon Of thornie. .Aftersovérol failures ïhoy &l...