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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 12 January 1861

. TICE CAT.-:A, cat mania, is'n.singjthvr ^ijijpjí^^it'óxr. iitctl in Mr* Griggs br^ri^mptoi;^cir«^vii6*' died on thc lßtli jnnuñry,T7P2.,^WprJ^esóc fountl. iii har. house eighty-six living nncrHtwenty-oight ,dead eats ! '.Their owner", who .diod; worth £80,000, loft lier black^ser- vant .-C180 per iiiinunifoivthb inaiiitoiïuneo of tho. survi-. ring cats mid himself..' Popo; records an. irístaiíoó' bf. a; famous Duchess bf R ' who -bequeathed con-i sidernble legacies niuVaiiritiities.tp lior cats. In tho flier . cure' Oaf unie there-miiy" bo found a record of n famous lawsuit relating to a; cat.of iVtndamodo Puis. a oolebratoil performer"on' tho' linr¿. :Tliis lady's will in favour of her; nt, made ngreat'nófcie at Ihb time.' It Bottled ri. largo, pension, upon her, and .'directed ? that no-many visité; should bo paid her o'very week. In the snit : carried on, to set tho will asido, M.M. !\Veaurief ¿nd Vautier,-'coli::, hratcd lawyers, were engaged tb sustain it, ? while M. do l'eri...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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THE ALDERMANIC ADDRESS TO THE EXMAYOR. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 12 January 1861

THE ALDERMANIC ADDRESS TO THE EX MAYOR. Afra moating held at the Town Hall on Monday "Present : Tho Bight Worshipful the Mayor, and nil the Aldermen, the following Address to tho" late -Mayor was moved by Alderman Caldwell, socoridod by Alderman Williams, and supported per contra by Aldermen Oatley,. Raphaol, and Steel. ; A copy bf thc Address waa pub- licly handed to us ibr publication. Great Sir, wo feel in justice'tis your due, 'V.. That wo our heartiest, thanks convoy to you, For all the zeal, eiliciency, mid care ; . ? Displayed by you whilst in tho Civic chair. ' "'. , 'Tis noedloss hero to rccnpitulnto Great sorviees that you havo dono tho stnte, ,. ' Wo rioed not mention how yob did withstand Encroaching ironmonger.-)' windows grand ; And when sedition's banner in thc breézo Floated above tho realm of heans und pons, With what a gontlo, yet heroic smile, You bore the wound indioted on your " tile." Tho Town Clork has theso glorious deeds recorded, And you for doing them were...

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 — 12 January 1861

Tn R ANN-IVETISAHV AT PAUUASIATTA.-P-WO observe that steps oro being taken to get un some races nt Parramatta on The Anniversary Day ; mia ns Mr. Lackey, tho non- member for Hie Borough, will doubtless lend powerful as- sistance, thoro is every likelihood of a lirst-rato day's sport.

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 — 12 January 1861

i/V/í'j Life in Sydney and flportinff.C/irankZi is publlshi'd overy' Saturday i,iornlng. Country Subscribers will bs received on pay ment or Six Months lu Advance, viz., 13s. Tho Quarter: cnil on thc .list March, 30th Juno, 30th September, anti Mil December, respectively, nt which periods only can Subscribers rctlgn, on paving up urrcars. Parties subscribing in the middlcof a Ounrtrr will only be chargea from tho dato of their couimeiiclni;. Adver. ttscments must specify lu writing on the fact) of them the number of insertions, or they will bc continued mid charged accordingly, till cauiitormanded. ._.

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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"SEVEN UP" FOR A WIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 12 January 1861

"SEVEÑ UP" POR A. WIPE. In the State of Tennessee there is a certain village boasting,of a tavorn, three stores, and four groceries, where, from,morning till night, and from night till dawn, a person entering tho town may (¡nd in tho tavern, stores ¡and groceries aforesaid, ono or moro groups of persons playing cards. Gambling there, is reduced to a science. Tile history of tho four kings is thoroughly studied, and from tho schoolboy to tho gay-hoaded veteran, from Iii» miss in her teensi to tho mother of a large family, they oro initiated into the mysteries of high, low, jack, game, right and left bowers, the honora and the odd trick. Ons of tho best players in the village wos Major Smith, the tavern heopor, or, ns ho oxpressed it, tho proprietor' öf tho hotol, a widower, who, Biso . ... : "Jophtjia,, Judge in Israel, . .i ; Hud a daughter passing fair." ; Fanny, tho daughter, was one of tho prettiest girls in Tennessee, and, therefore one of tho prettiest in th«, world ; for wo he...

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 — 12 January 1861

jPrtñttñi~nnu'ÍJnbh*shed by -(îvoim^jisiàttxttM. ïroKBRiN» - awl CHAIU.ES IIAMIKOX ]STiciföi.3, nt tho Mair it Zip* : in Sydney Printing 'OOtee, 220, Castlnivagh-atrcct, >' ; Sydnuy, Noir .South Wales; Saturday Jan. 18, 1851.

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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MURDER AT SEA. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 12 January 1861

HTTEDER AT SEA. William Brooldiolding Wobb, aged thirty-five, chief mnto of tlio barque Briorly Hill, from Australia, and now lying in tho Victoriii Dook, was on Thursday brought before Mr Sci fe, ut tho Thames Police Court,' charged willi tho wilful murder of William Brown, otherwise Lancaster, an ublo seaman, on thu high sons, nour the Island of Ascension, on tho Cth of August last. Mr. T. C. Evans, superiiitendent'of thu Thames police, 'put in the blKcial log-book of tho Brierly Hill and other documents, and said Hint a communication having been made to tho Bourdof Trade by ii shipping muster of the port of London, thu Home Secretary had directed Ilia 'apprehension of tho prisoner. Ho (Slr. Evans) hud also been directed by the Commissioners of Toliiïo tri summon tho captain, officers, and crow, of tho ship, who' wore in altondanoo. ' .,."'.' : Horny Torroir, a very respectable ¿nd intelligent mau, was tho first witness eullod; lie saids I was a Boamnii on boaíd'tho Brierly llill ...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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LITTLE AMY LEE; OR, MY FIRST AND ONLY LOVE. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 12 January 1861

LITTLE AMY LEE; . .. " ' OE, M Y V IB S T A X D ' ONI Y LOTE. BY " JOE SCniBBLKR." I ! -Far away from the tumultuous din of city life, ond ir tho midst, of a beautiful agricultural district, in one ol [the interior counties of Connecticut, stood, a few years since, tho time-honored country mansion of Deacon Lee. jNnturo seemed to hare lavished on this spot her sweetest charms, alternating her gifts in hill and dalo, forest and meadow land, and arranging, as it wore,- with ' delicate discrimination, thoso raro attractions of shade tree and shrubbery, which contribute so largely to tho beauly and attraction ol a rural homo.. A green lawn reclined gracefully in front of thc homo, shaded by'rare old ('lina, while a small stream wound its circuitous course, hard by, iu its onward journey to the Connecticut. ' .. i ' _ Long years have rolled between, since first my tremb ' ling vision foll upon ita peaceful shades, but the memory bf its loved haunts, ¡ts thrilling,, by-gone osspciations, ...

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A USEFUL BULLET. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 12 January 1861

A USEFUL BULLET. Ón tho evo óf Captain F.'s depart uro to join--the' staff: of tho array of Italy,1 a retired colonel (nn old family friend) paid him a visit. . "My door friend," said tho old imnn, "I don't like tho; Austrians sinco tho Inst siege of ? ¿Mantua. 11'WM thom a volunteer, Boventeon years of 4 ¿age'. . Ono day I lind-wandernd into tho country, when I ' íwas surprised hy a troop of Wurmsor's army, and n devil of "n Croat, a mnjor, snot nie in tho shoulder with a pistol. I was three : months.! in hospital.' I carried tho . hall to my-old-mother, who.'kept it twenty years aa n ? .family jewel. At her death I found.tho Croat's present, 'and here'it is! Now, you must do^mo'a groat favour. ;'Bidoyour time, and whon.you BOO "nn'opportunily. with . the Çrohtii.-borrow a soldier's .gun, and plant this in n .Major's shoulder. Will you accept this errand ?" Cnp - 'tain P. took tho hall, and promised to do his best. He /^kept his worri.. At Montebello, , when: he was Glonoral dorey'...

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COCKATOO ISLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 12 January 1861

COCKATOO ISLAND. THE precious system of mismanagement which lias-SQ long, and so persistently hcen persevered* in at this establishment, is at length bringing its , anticipated fruits to" maturity. Long pent up discontent, engendered by various alleged griev- ances, has broken out into open insubordination, and an erneute has taken place. For years it has been known,that the management of the Island, and the discipline enforced,; have been "oj^tbe most effete and ineffectual kind;: and yet, despite the repeated warninss of tlie Press, and the stric- tures of Parliamentary representatives, the abuses have been suffered to continue until they-have produced a very perplexing crisis. When we re- member the sanguinary scenes, arising from' some- what similar causes, which liave'been enacted at other penal establishments, it really does appear astonishing that steps have not been long since taken by. the. Government to place the control of the prisoners upon Cockatoo Island on a basis .pf...

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NORTH WAGGA WAGGA ANNUAL RACES. JANUARY 1ST, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 12 January 1861

NORTH WAGGA WAGGA -ANNUAL RACES. jASt'AMY.lBT, 1801.;". .' This pleasant'littiB weDt camp: off öri .Tuesday and Wednesday,'tho-Drat and following day.bf'tha^ now year. .'' . ? .>':,'..?,. . "''-j';. :?'?.'/'.!. .' '? After stewards nnd a judgo lind boon np'pointod,'. and all tho preliminaries connected-.With tho opening' of tho ball had been completed, it waa about noon when tito boll rung to. prepare for a very good ovont, for whiuh nino horses startod. . ."."..J", ', .,.'."">' First Eaoe-^SlAtDEK PI.ATÉ of 20 aova, with a swoop -of ' S aova each, for alt horees.thirty névor ' won " an adror '.tüed prize ¡ carrying weight for ago j ono event,' ono ./and' a half milo; tho second lióme to receive tho 'swoop. . . - ' ''.;:.. ' .'? Mr. Mackenzie's b f Misa Topsy, 2 yrs, Sst 131b... J.'Chaplln . 1 ' Itnlbaili's gr f Jewess, 3 yrs, 7»t Gib................Stocton *2 . Xlntott'a b g Danger, 3 yrs, Jtt Ult. Andrews S Thero was a grunt deni of " blowing" about: this ovent, but thero Bo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 12 January 1861

Roul v I CTORIA THEATRE, Director and Stage Managor...Mr JOSEPH RAYNER. Last Night of tho Engagement of FRAULEIN FAN- NIE and tho BROTHERS LEOPOLD.-' THIS EVENING. " 1 . THEMIS T B E T O E B.OfJ G H^T >, - ? w^nd "concftrclö ivitli ~ " THE PILGRIM OF LOVE.':'' In which FRAULEIN FANNIE and tito BROTHERS LEOPOLD, -will appear; ^ GRAND MORNING- PERFORMANCE of tho BURLESQUE and' PANTOMIME, The PILGRIM OF LOVE, commencing at half-past two This Da'y.. 49 ITINFIELD RIFLE ÍHJNPOWDER, for tho Volun It iitoors, tho only samplo in Svdnoy, at . GEORGE WHITFIELD'S, Gunmakor, Camion House, Eing-streot. Eatnhlishod 18a-t,_ 30 '"PO THE VOLTJMTEERS.-BALLS, tho correct JL BÍ7.0 arid weight for tho Enllolcl ride, ít>. por dozon. nt GEORGE -WHITFIELD'S aiutmnkory Cannon Houso, King-strecf. Established 1834. ' . 31 rpo THE "VOLUNTEERS, of Now. South' Wolcs. JL You can got your Rifles'ropaired or cleaned gratis, at GEORGE WHITFIELD'S, Gunmnkor, : Cannon Houso, King-street. Established 1835. ? ' . -...

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THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 12 January 1861

THE T UR F . COMING Autumn.' events are 'beginning to cast their long. shadows,.ahead ; .and 'from what we have .hitherto seen we entertain imóré lively .anticipa- tions, than we have previously allowed ourselves: b> indulge in. ? \ During the week, two meetings of the Jockey .Club have been held,'the first result heine the 'final adjustment. pf what we fancy will. be 'looked upon as a very good programme for the ; Metropolitan Meeting in: April. A great feature of Monday's Meeting, was the passing of a reso- lution to allow horses to be trained on Randwick Course, on payment of a small fee towatds keep- ing the.ground in order; the inside of the running ground,, next the posts, being protected from in- jury-to the width cf .25 feet. This will be an immense bbon to racing men generally, and al- though when'we advocated the same thing pre- cious to thc Champion Race, we met with nothing j;but the "COLD WATHA CUKE" for our pains, we have no doiibi that now it has. been initiated by...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 12 January 1861

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. TJUTÍEASANT KESUMS OP OAJIRT-XS VINAIGTIETTES. -A fow days suiçVn couple,of gaily dressed young ludios started in a*gig to pay a visit to sumo friends'.not a hun- dred milesfrom .Penrith. lu lill tho pride'of. crinolined loveliness they wont on their way, each being provided .with a largo hottla ot " .Whybrow'« beat Raspberry Vine- gar," which is manufactured oxpressly for tho colonial market.; and which oii this occasion was placed in the gig tlos-a-dosjto ils zophy r-liko. mistresses.' Thoso 'un- fortunate botaés, by sonio unexplained jolting, got broken, and thoir precious contents were- nil,spilt-not 'on,thc ground-but on tho mininer habiliments of tho damsels ; tho consequence of which wns that on avrivnl>nt their journoy's ond, thqy lind to call for soap and water, nnd indidgo their garniorits with a wash, beibro.they wore game to face the morry gazes which wore. nnxiously?ri vettod upon tho vim hoss c/iai/ during Hie porforinanco of tho oporntion of clo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 12 January 1861

ri THIRD AUSTRALIAN" CHAMPION" STAKE of JL £500, with a swoop of £100 each added, half forfeit opftii to nil thu Australian Colonies. . i Providod threo or moro horaoa start, tho socond horse to receive £200, and tho third horse £100 out of tho Stake. . ' "To- bo run for over tho -NEW TO"W\N RAGE COURSE in TASMANIA^, on-' TUESDAY1, tho 3vd , dn.v of December, 1861. Distance, tlireo milos. ? Entries to bo addressed and forwarded to, tho Score tnry, Derwent Hotel, Hobart Town, on or before tho 1st of Soptombor, 18U1." - Forfeits to be declared ono month before the day of tho race. ' «. . . .. Stone. lbs. . . "Weights... 3 yrs.-old .. ..it O 4 » » ... 8 -6 c .; 0 ??;?"?'o - o » "ir*aged:;1, o? " . ....6 . - . - BTEWAltDS. ? .-* * ' J. Ii. B. Ttibart,Esq. » Thomas Fiold, Esq. . ? John I/ord, Esq. - < John Fiold, Esq. "W. Kearney, Esq ." Jos. Iiord, Eöq. - W: Doddery, Esq. . G. A. Komp, Esq. -. S. Binoltwoll, Esq. To net with Stowards to bo appointed by ench of tho Colonies. '...

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BELL'S LIFE IN SYDNEY. SYDNEY, JANUARY 12, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 12 January 1861

8tCt US LIFE m S YD Al EY. 'SYDNEY, JANUARY 12, 18G1. TIÍE New Pnrlíaiñont linsmet, and public curi- osity is considerably excited as to* the results .likely "to spring from its deliberations. The first session, we are told «is to be .". short and sweet,"' its programme comprising only the'Land Bill, the Bill to amend the constitution of the Upper House, and 4iie Estimates. - It is proposed _to adjourn irk Mny_in .order to alford ministers and members ;. an opportunity to recruit their exhausted energies,1/ ' "and come forth vtiihrenewed vigour to'deal with *< other gi-eat question's of policy in a like summary irranner. This arrangement is doubtless an ex- tremely agreeable tine, and admirably adapted/tó' meet the requirements of official ease, and cori-' veiiienoe.. We, however, cannot-hclp entertaining certain misgivings as:to the practicability of ; carrying out tliis-very plcasant arrangPiTient.' On . the subject of the Land-Hill and its *' one great principle'.' á v...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 12 January 1861

KN'TLKn'riCrf Jhrburiiur us with orders foi; thia . " TT "journal will be pleased to enclose tho 'necessary nj vance for six mouths subscription, viz 13s, Or n --. £1- ; note which will cover three quarters of tho year. ; , . ; ... . PICKERING & NICHOLS, . n^O COUNTRY- ÄG-ENTS AND SUBSCRIBERS. ; L' -Ouv nccounls lo the 31st December, I860, having ; neon duly forwarded, tho kind attention of our frionds ,to : ' a'n' iiàrly sèttlcinent'is tmrUculn'rly requested/ * * "'. PICKERING; .& NICHOLS., --January 3rd, 18G1.» . . ', '-V '?''. '".-'.. . . "!

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CENTRAL POLICE OFFICE.—Wednesday. THE LATE SANGUINARY ASSAULT [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 12 January 1861

CENTRAL POLICE OFFICE.-Wetbieaday. r TUE Ii'A TE SÁIÍ.G.UI HA KY) ,AS S AÚÍJ'T . BY ' TOM OM TIM. . KO» Wotinbstlayjyprriing. tho precincts of .the'Control Pólice Couti.disclosed a scone of extraordinary excite- ment; the Court Boom and'the avenue loading thorcto i being thronged by a dense mullitudo of the curious, nt" tractod thither by the rumour that the great'ease of ÍDoiOAlf v. JIAUITN. would bo tho .principal feature in tho polico programme of tho day. ; : . '? »A special commission had boen issued to Charles Komp, Esq., and tho Itoiiorablo Goorgo Hi IL/to try the appeal, nnd thoir Worships having taken their seats upon the judiuiul dais, tho courtly herald commanded 'J'homas Martin to stand forth to 'answer'the'.;complaint of Thomas Bussell Duigan, for a cowardly ¿nd savage as- sault, alleged by him to have been committed upon bis sacred person by tho defendant on tho provious Sabbath night. In obodionco to tho summons, Mr. Thomns Martin, oi-lnndlord of tho London Tavern, en...

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REJECTED ADDRESSES. NO. III. CANTERBURY. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 12 January 1861

»EJECTED ADDRESSES. . KO. in: CANTERBURY.' Oh Hear mc, yo men erf tho Petersham glen, . I Como list wliilo I toll you my viows ; Upon Cowper's Lund Bill, that political pill, i My budget is brimful of nows. But first I'll explain, tliat your Totes I may gain, Why I've como hero to givo yon a hail \ Why t did'nt bcguilo tho good folks of Argyle, And to Goulburn go up by tho mail. You remember when first on tho Speaker I bural, That my Bent I got rather by olmnco, And 1 nover took pnins, wliilo I counted my gaius,, I . My eluims on Argylo to advance. : ' Tho Assombly dissolved, nt onco I resolved, \ And wrote n lino up to my brother, j To ask if ho thought that the votes' could bo bought, I But "Ginger" replied'"rather'tothor.*' *; . So, determined to stick to " tho. shop" like a brick, Dopend I look'd out in a hurry ;'. And wrote an address, in an hour qi* less, ' " .", To Electors of sweet Cimtorbnry'.'iy.- r . And now, ns I've told what luwrandomc so bold,. I'll give you a trifle o...

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THE SPIRIT OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 12 January 1861

THE SPIRED OF THE WEEK. :, Tho records of. tho wcok prosónt a moKrictely cata logue of fearful accidents, in,some coses-fatal, and in others entailing serious injuries upon tho unhappy "suf- ferers . conyertingrmany a cheerful home iritoiú houseof mourning, and producing, on every. hand,, ^profound sympathy for tho bereaved relations of tho victhris. The general gloom has been participated by trade 'generally, lvhichhas been remarkably quibt; t ' ' : ' . "'. - .'. An accident which has unliappilyi proved fatal: oc- curred on'Wednesday evening to a: young .lady"; named Wilson,- ro'siding in' Oroivh-Stroet,'':Surrj' lillis. , 'Miss Wilson, in company with' her brother '.'OaplaiiiV^yilson'i was proceeding iii ii dog cart nloiig.Livbrpool-streoty'iinu when at tho corner of Iiliziibotli-stivct tho' dogcart conic in contact with n Wnvorloy possong'or'cnr.'; : Tho,coiiouB ?sion throw Miss Wilson to tho ground, .whoro. Bho rb chived from tho horse tho . most serious injuries. Tho accident o...

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