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ROBERTSON'S PILL. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 12 January 1861

, ROBERTSON'S PELL. . v >-y! uv ruznoz. ; ? oomo oimunt n tin-go to iiorj.o3VAV, . . To VKIICY and 13 tnoAïî,- - A new hivonlor'u started now,- '? ? . .? JAOK llonnitTsON'H tho ma». He's patented a medicine ; . To cavo oaoh hurtful ill >-. ., , ,.......\.TIio;Pvao-SeleotionAute-Survoy/ '"V ... v LegisuitivoTill; ? '-. -? ?? . . ' > 1 1 .. . At least ho'll try.to do it,» . ??? «:«..* '?" " - >. *. - Hut ifhia pola flhould.bluo-it,-- 1 - ??? ^liord,'ho*wo uU-Blfrtll riibiti . . ' Tlus Prce-Soleotioii Pill. ^ V ' * . ? ' ». ..- < : And oil who aovo o little lin ' ? . Have only got to start, ????*.. As fur us they can mnko their way ': . To sonic untrotldDn part ; ? It matters not that thoy should find An nero lit to till s . ?> Tho crops will grow, if thoy but take lv ? This Legislative Pill. ; And Oowrnft always know it . .. Although ho t.'icd:to slow it, ? / llo'n now rod bot to do it,. . This ljcguilsiivo Pill. " i. Select whatever lund you pienso j No oyo ...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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To the Editors of Bell's Life in Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 12 January 1861

To the Editors of Hell's Life in Sydney. GiiKTMiiKN,-Before coming to the subject matter of tlus letter, I may perhaps nlluilo to an error which ap- peared in my lost, at tho end of which I was made, to say that " no entries should be made public," &o., &o. I need hardly sny it should have been " all entries ;" for tho eonloxt must have supplied most of your rondcrs with n correction of what they would at once recognise ns a misprint. A question which has of late occupied tho nt tent ion of tho greatest English racing authorities, is tho effect which handicaps lmvo had, and aro likely to have, upon Turf matters ; nnd various aro tho urgiunents that hiivo boon brought to bear. That handicap races have the offeet of keeping h large number of middling, and even bail horses; in training, no ono can doubt, und whore race horses aro plentiful, and the system is properly established, ns in Knglamt, it may be that this is neither necessary nor beneficial ; but I. certainly h...

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

AGENTS FÖK TJIIS jrOUSXAL. ... :BF.f.L'n Liri: IN KVDKBY may be obtained every .Saturday- tit Mr Donovan's, Tobacconist, 'Klng-strcut : ( Mr Conuolly'ii, South i llcail Road: Mr Andrew's; Chippendale:' Mr Shan's, Parramatta > Road: Mr Twynam nt the'Hallway Station i Mr Li-slle. Pnira . inatta-stroct; Mr Mnttos,.Brickfield Hill ¡-Mr littncrolt, Pfttk street: Mr Fnnsi-r, Gonrf'e-strcüt South* Mr JacV-ton. George. ' street South ; Mr Lucorda, Parraiiiatta-strect ; Mr Uaillitt, George-street ¡ Mr Santos, líriklne-stroet: Mr Lui ter. South Hoad Road; Mr Frank, Markct-stiict Wost ; Mr Isaac Davij, Tobacconist, GcorKC-ktrcot, near Mnrket-street; Mr 1'. M. Moore., Ca-tlcrc.igh-strcet ¡ Mr Foul, George-street Noilli : and Mr Onai&e Allen, Jlutuny Road, Redfern. Agencies arc required for othci port Ions of tho elly and sulmtbi. Adelaide.lt. ll. Colley Adelong Quartz Reef.......W. II. Kent Altiurj'.-...MessrsMiddleton and Co < Appin :.C. Morris, Junior Armidale, Kow- Engl...

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 — 12 January 1861

THEATRICALS. ROYAL VICTORIA.' Tlie Pantomimo still draws crowded houses. Mr. Ray- ner is making a " pile," at lonst folks say. so, and wo aro glad that tho stn ilea of tho' itcMo-jadó nt Inst boam on that persevering, and generally pains-taking manager. Of course tho principal ht traetton öf. tho Christmas piteo is tho (Iiithorto) unparalleled bonuty of tho misc en scene, and tho dancing and pantomimic exhibitions of the Leopolds. ? Tho burlesque was only used ot on open- ing piecer-that is to smooth, tho way for tho fun, whioli was to follow ; not being played-in-its entirety or ns it was produced in England, it would bo manifestly unfair to tho nuthor to criticize au abridged portion of his work. What wo did seo was unqusstion ably meritorious, but we think W lino a burlesque n3 j "tho Pilgrim of Lovo," was novar intended to bo the I prelude to a pantomimo. -If we know nnything ol' a j pantomimo or burlosque, there is a decided dill'oreuco and distinction between thom, and to bo c...

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 — 12 January 1861

CRICKET. MATCHES * TO COME. - .NV This Day-Practice-Mutch..';.:.Domain. " -vr- - . Dártlnatona v .'Saxons,(continuation)...Untveralty. Jan. 14.-Practico Match .....,. Domain. Fell. 12, 13,'.M.-Intercolonial Match.Domain. Tho Intercolonial Match-Tor1861 ia-riow beginning to assuma a certain position among tis, ,nnd tho "wielders of the willow" aro becoming very energetic on tho sub- ject. Om- readers may say it is high time that,such: should bo tho case, aa tlioro is »ow but a möhth befara, tho nu-important days j and ? wo know, moreover, Hint our friends of Victoria are, mid havo boen for somo t imo, making good use of overy hour. Wo soo the full force of nil tills, and as tho time for playing tho match is now definitively fixed, wo may, perhaps, not bo taking too much upon ourselves if wo urge upon thoso players who may bo chosen on trial by tho Match Com- mittee to neglect np opportunity for practico ¡- at tho samo time gently hinting to thoso who aro not honored with the notico o...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 12 January 1861

DIED.     On the 29th Dec. 1860, at his residence Bega, Twofold Bay, Samuel Mead of Burntwood, Essex, aged 40 years, after a long illness which he bore with christian fortitude, leaving a wife and seven children to deplore the loss of an affectionate husband and a kind father, and deeply lamented, by all who knew him.  

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 — 19 January 1861

SYDNEY HORSE MARKET. Messrs Burt nnd Co report* tho eales during tho prut vrock hnvo exhibited on unnsunl number of middle class horses, and notwith- standing the low prices ROÍ riff holder« have insisted on forcing them oir, tho wonder ts such large numbers found purchasers, ns usual the bctterclass lot» have sold well, 8 from Mr Berry's stud on Mondaj* went np to Ü37 ld, av tungo JC21 ; 3 of Afr De M es Ire'a from Terrara annie day, ¿¡13 to £->5 ; 20 lil the cattle market on Tuesday, averaged about ¿JG. On "Wednesday HO from thc Camden psrk stud broken nnd unbroken went from ¿.I to .iii8 per head ; 9 j from Kiama .?12 to .220. On Friday several various lots being quitted at prices raging from JG5 to ÎÎ '5 for middling norse«, nnd ¿12 to £.10 for harness horses nnd the top hackneys. Only about I half of the Merton lot havo been got oft", thu others being held over to next wak, as usual, really useful horses sdi without diffi- culty. Mr Charles Martyn reports the heavy arrival» o...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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SIDNEY MARKETS, FRIDAY. WHOLESALE PRICES [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 19 January 1861

SIDNEY MARKETS, FAID AV. VritOLBSALB PItlCRS. WHEAT, 7s In Hi por Dustiol ; flour, £17 to £10 per ton ; malza, H to 6« Mi barley,4i; cipcilltlo. 4a per Iitishcl;tiny, oaten, JCG to £8;luccrne, £3 IO] to £1 por tun ; butter, IM to 9<t ; cheese, OJ to li; bacon Od to Sd por lbj Kn.5 Ol to la por (luzon ; fowls, it 6d to Ss W per couple; potatoes, £i to £H per ton ; fat pigs 6d to Sd por lb i beer, 40s, mut- ton, fiO per cwt ; Hides. 5a to 15s t tobacco, ls 2d to ls Oil pnr lb, ben quality. Lucerno «oed .ls Cl per lb, retail 2a | perennial red clover,, ditto ditto; whlio Dutch, 2s Ct per lb ; station and mlxe-1 sraiaci, 2a 6d por lb, sorghum îaaïiarnlum, li par lb i aced oats 3a ¡Od to 4«. pei buabri. FJ3IIIU-* A.ND SON, Gommlsslon Agents.

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SUMMARY OF ENGLISH NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 19 January 1861

iÖtßtMAÄY Óí ENGLISH THEWS Tho .arrival of tho "?¡iilsetto -with Europdütt Hoir» to tho 2Gth Novéiíiber, onnbloa us to present tho following lummiit^, coinpilod from tho napers to hand. " ' Tho unity of Italy, except ns rögards tho City of Romo .-¿nfl Venetia, has boon consummated. Victor Emmanuel entered Naples, tho annexation of which to. Sardinia was voted unanimously. Garibaldi had re- signed tho Dictatorship, and retired to his residence in tho island of, Caprin. _'.: * :" In his valedictory' proclamation" Ho announces to his followers his intention . pf, resuming hostilities hi ITio spring, and intinintos that ho will require 0V1Ó million of mon to completo tho work by tho liberation 6f Austrian Italy and Romo. Much indignation hid Boon oxprossed at the coolness evinced towards tho patriot ohief by those whom his horoism has so largely bertcfittod, and a reac- tion in favour of a Itopublio with. Garibaldi ' nt n\s head, wa» rapidly oxtending throughout tho Neapolitan pro- vinc...

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SPORTING CHRONICLE. RACES TO COME, [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 19 January 1861

SPORTING CHRONICLE. -:-OÙ-. ? RACES TO COME, Cabramatta.».........January ÎCth. Parramatta ..,»..»..'"Januar; 28lh and 39th. ? Bithur« .,.IV16II1,Olli, and7lli. Albury..».Fib. 12lli. 13th. «na Ulli. Camile» ... .................v....;,>,...............March Sill, G til, and Hb. Picton..>.March 12, 13, and H. Tarriaro. .Alaren ISih, Randwick, Autumn....r.......»...April, 18lh, 10th and tOttt» . V ' ViorüMA» rnriland uacM.......:......;.v:"...;...,........inn Sind, «rd, «nd «th Wanjamta.Jan. Mitt, 30th, auld Slat, ' . QtJBnSrsr^i). Quaanaland Champion. Btrwpalakw ......May 19th. TASMANIA. Thud JUutrallam Champion Büket.Oaeentbar Ird.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 19 January 1861

ITATSCABKET Pmera-Hoy, 4s M to 7a Mt el raw, 4s Od to Si wlirnt, 7« IM ; ont*, 3t di lo 3» Dd t burlo)-. 3s 3d io Ss (Mt cow» £51U» to £9 0i| calve», 20s tn 35s : bark, £3 10s tn £( Oa par toil | green etuir, loa to la per dozen bundles t ooro, 4s 2d to 4a Od».

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ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS, [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 19 January 1861

ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS, REMITTANCES RKCV.IVEI» from W. C., TerrUroi J. F. J)., Camilen ¡,T."Ji'., Picton ¡ und fruiu BïUbane ana Wogga Wogga wa* M. . -? ? . I>. B. C., Oil AFTON.-Beel»»»!« li clearly tho «loner of tbs Malden' Plate.; , , COOMA.-On the «til.February noxt an»Mlti|f; -

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BRLL'S LIFE IN SYDNEY. SYDNEY JANUARY 19,1861. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 19 January 1861

SftLL'S . UPE 1 Al SYDNEY/ Tim opinion whicli toe Inst wéek expressed, til '" n'pnnsirtfraWé speWon nf' '. the chosen' "ol ' t . pnople'Msijot <lisnrtsed to Surrender at discrétii ..J to. ¿he Wmisderial m.ahdate,V. has been fYiïly. co .VJrjnetl. liv °th*» proceedings of-the /.Assembly i _ Tuesday, in reference to the appointment of tl ? ^Chairman of Committees. In moving tho ele . lion of,MT WISDOM, tho Premier proposed th 't\w Chairman should hold office during.the coi Ymuance of tliè presêftt Farliárrient,. and not : ?% ^^retijforn. tliiring Ihe term of ihè 'session onl The principal reason assigned bv the horh eèntl I irían for,lilis alteration was, that it'had bei **' pressed" <rprm him hy several members, ar «Iso that it was desirable to assimilate tho prai "tice here, with that o(;, tho British Legislàtur "Whose Cliairmán of Wavs and Means \Sraa aWai electfd to fill tho officio for the whole term i ^arliamenti -The attempted, innovation was pr<...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 19 January 1861

<fN TSNTtiBMKN fiivouritir us with orders for this Journal will bo pleased to nnoloio tho necessary "advance for aîx mouths subscription, . viz lits, or a dil noto whioh will oovor tliroo quarters of íhóyonr. PIOKÈRTNO 4: NICHOLS. TO COUNTRY AGOSTO AND SDBSORIIVKKS. -Our account* to the 31st Deoonvbor, 1ÔC0, having . ' bein duly forivardedj tho kind attention of our friends to -im onrryiettlomont is-pnrtieiilarlr reqnostod. --. ? > . , . FI0KIÏR1NO & NICHOLS, .tfnnuvy flrd,-13Ci.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 19 January 1861

Ifonnonsj AT MEXICO.-Sad deeds of late have been perpetrated within the very precincts of the capital. Mr Landor, a gentleman of tho highest respectability, who re- fused to contributo to a forced loan, was thrown into soli- tary conftnoracnt, and subsequently romoved' to a dun- ? gcbn ono and a half yard long; and ono wide, filled with loathsomo excrement, tho stonch from which wns so great - that ho. could only preservo Iiis existenco by. breathing , through tho koyholo. Another porson who mado a pa- ?. . thotio appeal to M {ramon (tho hoad of the Church party) to, grant tho country penco, was dragged lo prison i arid sontciieed by Mirnmoii himself to receive EOO , lashes nt daybreak tho following morning. When 350 hud boon administered Mirnmon wns informed that tho man waa dying. ' ""Lot tho remainder," ho said, "be given oh^-tho' dcad'.body ;?'livy order must bo carried out." But a still moro horrible talo re- mains to bo told. "A poor woman, endeavouring to favour tho escapo of...

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 — 19 January 1861

THE SPIRIT OF THE WEEK Tho lending feature of tlio week has boon.tho arrival of tho Salsetto" with tho November maits.' »Tho nows is considorod'satisfactory, and is oxpcoted to: exorcist) a favourablo in Huon co on our markets. "Business is inac- tive, nnd is likely to remain so until our political-, affairs near a moro encouraging nspoct titan thoy do just now. . ? ' ' - Tho Governor-General will saií on Tuosdny next for Hidras in tlio mail steamer Bohoiv ???.-?) : A youth aged l<t,'.son of Mr Emmott, Gold Commie lioner at Tombarra,"^vns killed by a fall from a horse.. A young man nnmod Phillip Brammer, for many Years in tho omploy pf Mr R., Fitzgerald, died from the effects of a wound accidentally inflicted by himself whilst rutting a bar of soap, which is supposed to havo con- tained animal poison. - - Tho harquo Now Forest,- bound from Anatam to Now Caledonia foundorod, passengers and crow fortunately wived. A servant girl ot Holman's, Whito ITorso Tavern, George-stre...

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THE RING IN AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 19 January 1861

THE ¿Esra IN '" AMERICA. '-; . Willccí Spirit of tho Times suggests that " "flcouan1 .Bulli scud n challengo to tho winner of tho prosont match . between Paddock and Hnrsty for (ho Championship of Hugland. Hoonnn, it will bo recollected, was forced to loavo England without tho Champion's bolt because tho British government, through tho Homo Secretary, de- clared he should not fight within that realm again ; but now that Albert Edward; has been so woll received hero ' ns to re-establish tho'~ententB cordiale, it is thought not . unlikely bo would bo allowed an equal chanco wi th PadT dock or with Hurst. Ho tried tho maxim of tho British ring when it only.meant,-* Muy-tho best Englishman w:in !' but possibly it may now bo restored to its natural translation. If so, ho woidd find- but littlo difficulty in -? conquering possession of thc belt." Tho JVé/o Ibr* Clipper saya: On Saturday, tho 13t!i inst., John C. Hcenan was given to understand, in a. very quiet manner, that his prcsonco wn...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 19 January 1861

. TKOTTIXÖ r» FBAKCB.-À trotting match took placo .on Monday in. tho Bois do Boulogno, noar 'tho ràco course» between tho Duke of Torranoya's hay moro Polly ÍAmerican),« and tho Marquis do Talon's ohcstnut gelding 15nglish), ithreo milo«, in harness, - owners driving, for £200 a side. _ A considerable number of amateurs wero prosont, and among: others H.T.M.'s Private Secretary, M., Mocquord, Prince Monschikoff ¡(who caroo from Badon-Bnden expressly ;. for tho ' occasion) ; Viscount Talon ; Count Klein i and MM, Do- Pou, Bristod, Van Znndfc, etc. Tho golding was rothcr tho favourite, but both horses being " dork," thore'Wos not much -betting. Tho judges, MM. Bristod and Von Zaudt, effected an excellent.start. Soon ofter starting tho horse broko, and tho moro wont away, with a strong lead, which she con- tinued to tho end, winning by nearly, a quarter of a milo in 9 min. 20 soc. Tho'winner, which is under 14J hands high, was formorly .known in Now York aa tito Burnham mare,-Era. ; ! ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 19 January 1861

OP DODDTFÜL AUTHENTICITY.-Miss .Tuno, a young lady who lins lately boen successfully lecturing upori electro-biology, nt different places in this county, gavo two cntorliiinmonts nt "FerryliUl to crowded audiences. After malling lier subjects go through a variety of ludi-i crous exhibitions, sho converted ono rustic into nu M.P., who, stepping to tho front of tho platform,'delivered tho following speech :-" Ladies and gentlemen, I have boon called upon to stand us a member of Parliament, and, I think, properly «o. My opinion is, that (hero should bo rio turn-piko gates. Working men should huvo six shil- lings a-dny, nnd overy one of you should koop hons. (Hoars of laughter). Every working man should havo a quart of ale for dinner every day, and a bottle of wino on Sunday. (Loud cheers). I will undertake lo pave this road with pancakes, and tho gutters Bhall run with milk and sugar. (Renewed lnughler). Every man shall koop a cow, and aimil have plenty of m Uk, which is far bettor '1 ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 19 January 1861

lin. Tr/xon'fl NEW CONTRIBÜTOB."-AB llio lloro WM ell ort of fuel, (ho duke inquired of tho princo whether ho should signal lo tho Arindno for any P " I Bhould adviao rou not," was tho prineoly reply ; "for they will novor ho such fools ns to gond coals to Newcastle."-Pune fi.

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