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SPORITING CHRONICLE. RACES TO COME. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 29 December 1860

S P 0 RT VN G CH R ON I C L F. B i C E S "T O C O M 15. i r»-uiUhnro Hill« ..._."............-....-Jan l»t, lS'il. Worth Richmond.January lau 1861. .Tráigate*._.Jan lit, 2n<l ami 3rd, 1601 (3Wclien Bar ....-.«.Jan.. 9th. 10th. «nil lilli. Utthlirat.-..........VebSlh. 6tli. and 7lh. ISSI. Albury._.Feb. -J2th. 13th. and 14th. Tarriaro "....~.March ï8tb, 1801. - TIOTOIILI.- .. . Ilípilllon Ilacit;........TVc ---- Boanttfcli Ilacea,.Jan Itt Roping....».Jan. Sud. ~ Penola Ttacaa.;..........-.Jan 8ib ami 0th Punlana" It*ee>.«...-....»... -.-Jan 22nd, 2.1nJ,anil 2llh Wangaratta....,.t.........Jan.Sith,30th,«na Slit. ' ? .'">? -, . .' O.TTKESSLAKI>. -t Qntemland. Champion Sweepstakes .i.i~.Uty 29lb,l8Sl...< '_ :.? TXSsrASU.. Third Australian Champion Stakes ........December Sri), ISSI.

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 29 December 1860

t HE TURF. TB E- Liverpool rneeting of the past weelc: has' lirt)pé1it'^w.ît\^e «iïis£ -pc^tivè^iiQQfirmf^ôiV'jDf' our <aécl|ñc as a racing community v aha" has shôwn^ .the immense difficulty- that. attendsbringing; off ONB affitir of the kind, entirely on its own hook.. For a Jong time ye have been cngagedin advocat- ? ¡rig the' infusion of more energy into matters con- nected with the turf, and, although we filly ex- pected to. see our - opinions' borne out, whenever occasion might offer;- yet we -were by no means preparer} to see them so unmistakably verified, ns they 'were on the day pf entry at Liverpool. "One swallow ûoes'nt make a.summer," neither can one race meeting afford inducement sufficient to canse owners of horses to keep them for months in training; anti the more Ave see the more we are convinced that, until much moré encouragement is given, vye -shall confirme to be sadly behind hand .with ¿ur races. 'Hod the proposal of Tattersalls Club been entertained ...

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 — 29 December 1860

THE SPIRIT OP THE WEEK. Clirirrtrrins, dear old Christinas has hold his loving sway j during tho'wook, to tho exclusion '. of moro sombro, and uninteresting events. Business -t*8 of "courso been par- tially suspended, nnd genial antnscmunts substituted. Notwithstanding tho " tightness pf tho money" market," wo aro happy to record that duo honor , luis' been done to ''tho merry season," and that all has passed off happily, without disorder br accidents. As tho mail steamer was proceeding down tho river on Saturday last, a senntan wlio was ongnged ' in taking soundings fell overboard, but by prompt exertions was fortunately saved. V ' " During .tho lato galo nt Nbwcastlo tho Polly Hopkins owned by Bingle and Co, went. down with 120 tons of coal on board. "*, . . . . Christopher Tuckey of tho North Shore .expired sud- denly' from apoplexy. A Jiro," luckily unattended by anyconsidornblodamago, occurred in Kent-street north, bu Saturday morning. Goods insured. '?< ? ? ?. . .. ...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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LIVERPOOL ANNUAL RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 29 December 1860

UVEEPPOL ASWOAL EACES. JTODOE :-David Johnston, Esq. STEWATOS:-David Boll, Esq., S.V.; James Bell, Esq., tT.l\ ; Thomas Dan-non, Esq. ; E. ' H. Weston, Esq., j.P. TnBAsrnEK :-Mr. Stephen Pearce. .PIERS: OP THE COURSE :-Slr. Thomas Pearce. This turf gathering, onco no celebrated, and'looked forward to with so much interest in years gone .by, came off on tho 26th and 27th instant. *\Vo have so frequently liad to chronicle tho doings at Liverpool when everything was toulrur de rote, that we tackle to the task with sun drv misgivings'".now that mnttera have assumed sp' difl'eronV an aspect» and everything wo have to say must bo of a decidedly gloomy nainre. XV", need hot?eallto tho minda pf our sporting readers .tho.gopd old times when Veno, Dora, and.Mariner bowled-over' tho preten- sions of large fields oror the Liverpool course 5 nor tell how our colonists were rttinnéd' byIho prowess" of tho' "dark Zingara" over tho ««meground, when she so well maintained ilr.Bedwood'Bjudgrncut and ...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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CHRISTMAS CONS. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 29 December 1860

CniUsTMAS CONS. . In what character doea Mri CK V. Brooke m-ptfdaa* Mis» Av on ia Joubait,' Aa'Modcn fJUy dear.) ... ' ' What artielo of tradu doáa nVoilor rciprcB«it wliea W cording Ilia voto ? A tarpaulin (taryjllirijj .."?...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 29 December 1860

..i . .... -. ANS\yERáJ.TQ"f tXlREESPOUXEirrS.q \ »IHIITTAKCF.S RECRrVED íroni T. B. Concord- V. Butters, Tumut ¡ J. W. C., YMI; A. S., DunUeburrnj and from O. 1>" -Albury. . ; _ ? " - ,0.-Are there two' Am» In Vienna t we should boss-lb, olhenrUe the tnhatiitant« rauat bo bailly off for Atyji. H.,-A hone that bai never won »a ndfertlsel prUe, lt en- titled to run -J a malden. LAMPLOUGH.-lt ta IndWpensable that a remittance accompany order« from Ne\> »-vendor« on the gold field«. POOL.-II. A. E.-.\Vhtte, Yellow, «nd Breen, have one lifo each. Green hole« yellow, yellow claims a tight to atv. Ila« he that right f Ve«, if the «uar hal not previously gone. .

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 — 29 December 1860

/^EXTLEMEN' favouring TIS with orders for tliis' ?vT Journal Trill be pleased to enclose "tho "necessary advance ;%;iix months aubswptjon/cfc 13s, or a- JE1 noto which wiU'covcr three qtiartors bf tho year. V .' . -PICKERING & Jri.CHOtS. " :

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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REJECTED ADDRESSES. No. II. THE HASTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 29 December 1860

. HEJECTED ADDRESSES. Ko. II. - , THE- hÀ a Tî N.ak ' . . To Macquarie I went for a' sent »nug"an^warnV ,,; For the old^adago says .".arty * POM' ins*"storm"'1' And I'd, hoard. from' o' frioiid that tn¿ lato mcú ber,' ': ' '. FuríT, .'?'-.?..' '.'?..' * .'. ..'? 'V '? Was no. more tho. electors* " particular", pot.'' '. ' v" *r r¿¡ Moreover, that "being for. choice at a'loss,' _'? '/i. ^ Sbnio lind issued an' invito td HOBEUT ScoTO ,TEogi j;-. : ' While .others, Ambitious of .having a raro 'un,''.' ^ --jj. Aroluritcc'rccV to be physicked hy DB; I.'^Anoir. ? . '. And to, niako up a membor worth while tb dfcioanf' ' ' on, .- . . . . * ..< -. h. ? ? '?? ? A fow.had.combined to return F. OV-PANTO:/:.' : . Sp I weiit to "Macquarie-but no.'fb spoak truth, .> A.virtiib I'.ve.nevor forgotten sinoo youth--/* . " -. I inji to Macquarie some letters'to say' /* ? They might, if they.cÄoJe; " sclebb »re' foraaUrrer,'' .So far ail wont smoothly, tho courso appeared clear, And I drea...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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SIR JOHN BOWRING ON RADICALISM. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 29 December 1860

I SIB" JOHN BOWEINQ-" ON RADICALISM. j . At the opening of th'ç-n-întcr aes3ionïortuD~Kï'cter Dis- cussion Society onllnirsday, the President (SirJ"óhhBów. ring), introduced' thp.followmg' subject'for disciissipn i ." Is tho Ballot;V.security., for, horièsi representation?" Sir .Tolm said that meditating'much, aa ho^ hakt'.beeu called ¡on much to. meditate, on, the .various political changes ¡which had'been'suggested for tho' general improvement of our institutions, he had, corrio to the. conclusion that there was none so important, nono for which reasons so cogent and irresistible could bo urged, nono which could derivo' sö'much advantage from observation mid expéri [ence as that pf tho Ballot-that" instrument by which a 'man was 'protected in the honest exorciso of that' political Íloweri.wmchhia'conntry' had confided to his' keeping. Ie had bcoñ long known as. a' radical: reformérj biit by. Radicalism luv would have them understand tliat all that' ho ever meant was that trio' Ref...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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PIGEON SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 29 December 1860

PIGEON SHOOTING. " . .CnRisñuB SPORTS AT BAULKHÀII IIILXS.-On Box I'ingjDáy sömb excellent pigcón 'matches wore shoVófl' ftt Mri Ireland's, Windsor Itoad, in which our old sporting friend ami crack shot, Mr. T. Mar, carried oil" both the .headprizos. The 1st match was for a sweepstakes of ten .shillings each, 3.birds, Jil yards riso, 80 yards boundary, for which tho following gentlemen cutorcd ¡' tho result being as appended i-. . . Mr. C. Tunks...";... 10 1 K. Gooden. 0 1. U * O'. Uouic. 0 0 . ' Lawson. 1 0, 1 I J J.'. Harris. 0 0,,--. ! ? . W. Best . 0 0 G. Luke . 1O0 .WV Smith . 1 10 J. Moody......;.;. 110 - .. -T.May........ ri - l-l . A. socond inatch for a sweepstakes of a Uko amount fol- lowed, and, after foiir tics¡' was also won' by Mr. May. Mr. T¿ Mayri-..-.....T 1 0 -1 TM 1 W. Gooden. O l l l 1 1,0 ' C. Tunk.? 0 1 1 1 10 ! Ci. Luke . 10 1, W- Best-.;.V.. J 0 0,7 J. Harris. 0 U ' "" /' ^ ?VT. Smith..0 0 '?' A Srd.mateh, for a prize of £3, for. all youths under 20 years of ...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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THEATRICALS. ROYAL VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 29 December 1860

T HE A;T K I C À Ii s. . ROYAL VICTORIA. Christmas has como ot last-Christmas, tho season of \inivcrsal rejoicing and merriment-Christrtaa,.tho poriod at which all animosities ought to bo for ever buried, and at which thenoblcstfcclingsofthohcartgusliforthanddisplaT .themselves in their purest and best attire. .. , Wo, jvhose lot it is to chronicle tho performances at the theatre from night to night throughout the year, feel reinvigorated for our task when Christmas approaches, for well wo . know that tho omissions mid shortcomings of so many months, will bo atoned for by tho. brilliancy of tho pantomimic scene. . At a season like tho present) the entire strength of a theatre is put forth, and tho result « generally creditable, to the managemcut,. As fur. as tho Victoria Thsatre is conccrnod on this occasion, tho Christmas en- tertainments are moro than creditable. Tho Bnrlesquo and Pantomime aro really first-class. The story of .tho Burlesque is admirable, and tho Pantomimo is brim...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 29 December 1860

THE SCHOOLMASTER AnnoÀn.-We extract the follpw vaa greyîowi gouï'from The Maitland Mrrcuru :-" Tliat all cattle or horses sold by private sale, by tho superin- tendent or person in cliarge of said cattle, be required to give name of the'ownor, his place of ubodcj with his own name as well." We liuve al wayabeen staunch advocates for pastors educating \\\a\tßoclc* \ but nevor uni il now did wc discovers reason for putting oithor cattlo br horses in tho Caitk-ogue. It's very plain that both must honcofortU be taught to spoilt, if uot to writo.

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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CRICKET. MATCHES TO COME. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 29 December 1860

*: CRICKET. MATCHES TO CO ME. Thli Day.-A1»1OQ"V. Warwick.................... Domain. Jan. 1.-AlbtrtsccundJl \\Illawarra............Wollon¿ong,

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 29 December 1860

CiTïPrtorERTiEs;-Mr Andrew Allan, City Auctioneer, sold on Monday, ' by public auction, * thc ' following etty ' properties :-The dues arising from the Gcbrgc-streot 'Markets for one year, for the sum of £2iGO;."to Slr- C. Obeej ' for tho Hay," Corn, and Cattle Market, £1200, to Mr tinsley ¡ for tho Market-street . 'Wharf, per «»mm, £100; for the Circular Quay Water Fountain, £390; for Hie South Head Hoad Fountain, £34, .

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 29 December 1860

Boxiso DAY SPORTS AT WINDSOR.-The Ploughing Mntch and Pigeon Shooting duly came off according' to advertiscment/and al tracted a goodly show indued of holi- day making folk. In the former, thc prise win awarded to .George .Creek; of Clarendon; and in tho irrara,; ar frangemeut, uftcr'an excellent display of shooting, tho re- sult was ii lie hatwecu Mr. 1'lionn'n Marsden midMr. Goorgo Bushell, both of whom aro well known in tho dis- trict BS erack shots. These two gentlomon oventunlly'di ¡Tided tho. sweep, and everybody rulurnud from thc 'ground woll pleased with their days amusement. " More power to our Windsor friotfda."

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 — 29 December 1860

' SYDNEY HORSE MARKET. Mesara Burt Hod Cq report, the sales during, the week, although Interrupted by the. Christmas holidays, to liuvu been tolerably well attended, the few horses, that hare come to hand having; gone oft"at very fair marketprices. " " : ? : . ? ,i ,¡ ?''Mr Charles Martyn reporta; the . Christmas holidays have Inter 'muted thc usual auction sales this Meek, and there is nothhifr par- ticular to note'rcspoctlng'thc transactions that have taken place, The demand is ateady'for atrorigusefitr horses.*' ? ! ' ,

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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SYDNEY MARKETS, FRIDAY. WHOLESALE PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 29 December 1860

SYDNEY MARKETS, FAXDAY. IYOEAT, 7« to HI por buihel ; Hour, £17 to £10 per lon i mila«, Si Od to 3s Od: batlcy,*s¡ capo dino. 4s per brunell liny,oatcn,£6£8;Juccrñc, £3 IO> to ii por.ton ; butter, 6d to Od ; cheese Od to 1»¡ bacon Od to 8d per lb j Ktia, Bil to ls per diizeil t fowl», Si 6d ti'Si Gd per couple; pinatr.es, £6 to £8 pur lon ; fal pigs M lo Sd per lb ; beer, 40i, mut- ton, 60 per cwt i Hides. Sj lo 16s i tobacco, ls Jd ta ls Cd per lb, best quality. Lucerne seed la C.1 per lb. retail Ss ; perennial red clover, ditto ditto; while Dutch, 2i 6d per lb ; «allon and mise I grano». 2s Sil per lb, sorghum taccliaraiuro, ls per lb ; aced oats 4s Od to Sa 6d perbushcl, , ?. FERltH AND SON, CouitnlsalOn Agents.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 29 December 1860

'? ..MURDER ' AT QITEEN BLAND.-Speaking of'.tho murder of 'Fminy' Briggs' tho' Queeiwtmid ÇKiardia'n says : Thereis'now nb furthor doubt ns to how tho'unfortunate Fanny Briggs met with her "death,* ' It scorns by tho' ovi aonco girón befqru. tho ' magistrates at Rockhampton, that she was on horseback near a scrub about' oho 'nucí n-hnlf milo from her residence, whero fivo troopors' and tlirco gins wheró catching 'possums'; sho asked ono pf them, who lind como outsido tho scrub,' if ho had seen any horse ? ' BTo answered " Yes ¡" and then whistled to his mates. Sho was then pulled, from hor horse, taken 'into tlic'BCrub, ravished by -'theso' scoundrels,"" and then brutally murdered--or,' as they themselves oxprcsscd it, whon they found thoy had gone too fair-"Blackfellow too iriuch^frightoiie'd \yliító Mary directly yabbor j - then blackfellow kill him white Mary."-to confirm thdir guilt,:.'of which," however, there'"can he no ' doubt, her .handkerchief was found with Toby's gin, in ...

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 — 29 December 1860

AKTIQCJE A.i>YKftTÏat(îùsT.-TtiC-&Uoviùg. óxti'aoi'dj nary advertisement appeared at Aylcshani, in tho'count of Norfolk, 1680 .-"By. lu* Majesty's; letters -mimi Beards takenoff imd-rcgistcrcdtby .Isaac Pùnchnrd,., bar bor, porowigiiiakbr, surgeon; parish-'clárk, shoolniástoi blacksmith,' mid man-midwife. "? I shares for ii "penni cuts hair-for twopence, and owyld arid powdird. iii th bargane,...Young, ludios. géiitéley.J educated...' lamp lited'.by .tho year, or qmirtor. AYqurig gentlemen also tau their grammar language in tho nebtest manlier, mid grce koor takin of their marráis and »polen. Also salino siiig iug, and horscshewirig by the reel inakir.j likewise, maiki and mends all sorts'of buje» and shows, . (cacitos'.thu ho boy, and'Juw'B harp, out* corns, blodes, and' blisters, 6t tho lowest tarais. Cotillions and Other donees -taut at hourn and abi-ódo ¡ also, deals wholesale nnd retail iii per- fumery, in all'its '.branches ¡" sells all sorta, bf Btashinory ware; to...

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A FRIGHTFUL SCENE. —THE ESCAPE OF THE ARABIA. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 29 December 1860

A FKIGHTFUL SCENE.-THE ' ESCAPE OF THE ARABIA. ' ;* ; Tho San Francisco Herald of 13th.October"Bays :-. Wo havo already brioOy noticed tho remarkable escapo of tl»; stcamsliip Arabia, on tho 3rd of August, from sud- den and tembló wreck, on Fashet Hock,' Capo Clear. Ono of tho pa8scngers,..a Dr.' Smith, gives tho following graphic description bf tho event to tho Springfield Re- publican:-In tho midst of lifo we aro in deathl 'Just half an hour ago, while standing on Uni. how, tho ship run- ning 14 knots nu hour "under steam und sails, in n thick fog, I heard a loud shout, ''Land ahead !""T turned to- wards tho Captain, or. rather had my eye oh him at that moment. His face could not' have expressed moro hor- ror if ho had scon hell's gate* opened. " He spvang to. tho engino bell, at tho saino " time "shouting Hard à port your helm." A counter order bf " Starboard" was .given. " Tho captaiu leaped from his. footing, shouting so that his voice was heard above tho escaping aleuinj "Hurd...

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