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NEWSPAPER READERS. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 26 January 1861

NEWSPAPER BEADEES. M. A. believes ho shall discontinuo lils paper bocauso it contains no political news. B. is decidedly of opinion that tho some paper dabbles too freely in tho political movements of the day. C. don't take it becaiiBO it is all on ona sido ; and B., whoso opinion it generally cxprosses, docs not Uko it because it is not sovcro enough upon tho opposition. E. thinks it does not pay duo attention to fashionable literature. F. cannot bear tho flimsy notions of ¡dlo writers. G. will not suffer a piper to lio upon his tablo which ventures to express nn opinion ngalnst alavory. H. never patronises ono that lacks moral courage to exposo tho ovils of the day. I. declares ho docs not wont a paper filled with tho hodgo-podgo doings and undoings of tho legislature. J. considers that paper best whioh gives tho great est quantity of suck proceedings. K. patronises tho pnpor for tho light and lively reading which it contains. L. wonders that tho pross doos not publish Dowoy's ser...

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 — 26 January 1861

Tnr¡ WIDOW OP SIR HAnnT SuiT-r.-j-In the obituary notices of tho lato gallant gonoral which havo appeared, it has boon mentioned that Sir narry Smith married n Portuguoso lady. A most romantic story is told of tho manner in which ho becamo ncquaintod with that lady. After ono of tho actions in tho Peninsula, in or about 1813, a Spanish officer of high rank and great gallantry, with whom Sir Harry happened to havo a Blight ac- quaintance, was found mortally wounded on the field. Ho lived for two or thrco days, and wliilo in tho hospital, to which Sir' Harry had hint convoyed, ho Bent for his wifo, to whom ho had been married only a few weeks, and who was a Spanish beauty of between fifteen and sixteen yonrs old. Tho dying officer intrusted tho lady to his gallant English friend, with a request that ho would soo to hor wolfarc. Hoirwoll ho discharged tho confldonco thus reposed in him'wns shown by tho fact, that no soonor was tho war in Spain at an ond than ho mado tho Bonna Susanna d...

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 — 26 January 1861

Tho Moniteur du Lionet recounts thd following anec- dote;-"At a rocont/e/s at St. Cloud a high dignitary of tho Church wisliing to pass from ono drawing-room to another, found himself in a narrow dofllo blocked up by two ball dresses of frightful proportions. Seeing the ombarassmont of tho prolate, ono of tho fair wearers ossnyed to compress tho swelling folds of her raiment, and said to tho prolate with a confused smile, " Try to get through, monseigneur. Really tho drassmakors nut so much Bluff in our petticoats now-a-days-" "That thoro is nono loft to covor your bosomB," said tho bishop. . concluding tho sontouco."

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STAETING AT NEWMARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 26 January 1861

< STAETING AT NEWULAEKET. There was no resisting a poop nt the starting post, and when Lupollus had shown us that ho con still put his Bath foot foremost,, in ono of those splendid handicaps (ecarcoly half a length between four) which gave tho Admiral such an undisputed premiership among weight adjusters, wo followed with tho stream. Some of the coursing men had arrived thoro long boforo us, and the Îrentier judgo did not disappoint their hopes. John lay was thcro, recounting how Lord Goorgo used.to walk thom to tho post, with his brothor Alfrod on a little chestnut pony, at his side, and Sara Rogers and William Boyeo, as their vis-a-vis. The Whitewell fly drew up for one race with Mr, ana Mrs. Scott inside, and Bob Olido, ~who will bo happy all tho whiter now that tho Wizard has won back his InurclB, as outrider on a pony. Some of the Jockey Club Rhadamanthi-Earl Chesterfield, Earl Winton, and Karl Stamford to wit carno and went, and took montai notes of "Mac's" form. .S...

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ENGLISH STEEPLE CHASING. WORCESTER— OCT. 31. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 26 January 1861

ENGLISH STEEPLE CHASING . VfORCESXER.-OCT. 31. Tho WoitcEsrKusniBE <JKA>T> A-SKITAX STBEPLE CITASE - HANDICAP of 20 sovs each, h ft, and only 5 if declared, with 100 added ; the second to save his stake, tind tho winner to pay 20 sovs espolines j about four miles ; It subs, 3 of whom declared. Mr, T. dolby'» b g Jerusalem, by Jéricho, aged, Ost 101b.;..-..O. Steven« 1 It. V. Francis's b g Tumbler, aged, 0st71b.-... .Wood 2 W. C. Shoolbred's c g Bhylock, aged, Oat ,.Percy i Lewis'* Tartar, aged, lOst 21b .>.Donaldson 4 Urisco's Abd-el-Koder, aged, lost 81b ........ C. Green 0 Rowland's Medora, aged, lOst.Ollivcr, Jun 0 11. Land's b in Heads or Tails (li b), Oyra, lost B.Land,Jun 0 J. Barber's br h King William, 3 yrs, Ost 101b.F. Lotan 0 Botting ; 7 to 4 »gsfc Jerusalem, 3 to 1 ngst Abd-ol Kadsr, and 100 to 15 each agst Medora, Heads or Tails, and Tartar. Jerusalem's condition and style of going obtained for lum the lion's share of attention before pro- ceeding to...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 26 January 1861

FC. GOYDER wdl lay tho Market Prico on all . SPORTING EVENTS in ths COLONIES. Par- ties forwarding a romittanco, or roforsnee in Melbourne, moy depend upon receiving the current odds. Long odds on tho Two Thousand Guineas, Quconsland, and Tasmanian Champion Races. Address E. C. Goyder, Bull aud Mouth Hotol, Bourko strcct, Melbourne. 1335 PARRAMATTA ONE SHILLING. Eros Trass DAILY. _ STEAMERS from tho Pheonix AVhnrf at 9 , 10-80, 1-15., 4 and G o'clock ; and from Parramatta at 8 , Ü., 1/, 4 and 6 o'clock. Cnbin, Is. Gd. "tfoturn tickets, 2s. Gd. Steerage, Is. , Return tickets, 1, Cd. 1385 AKER'S ÖARD OE THE- REdFATTA.-Piico» six-ponce. Wholosnlo and retail, 3, Quocn's Placo. % . ' _ 91 B ANNIVERSARY REGATTA.-BAlUîR'S CARD Olf THE REGATTA ia published by tho Autho- rity of the Committee, nnd no other card enn bo rolled on as correct. , BEN BUNBURY, Hon. Sec. , 92 SUBSCRIPTIONS towards defraying the' expenses of the bite Intel colonial Cricket Match of läiiO ; Por Mr. J. Kiuloek. D. Dit...

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ENTRANCES FOR THE GEELONG HANDICAPS. FIRST DAY, WEDNESDAY, 30TH JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 26 January 1861

ENTRANCES FOR THE GEELONG HANDICAPS. Finar DAY, "WEDXESIUT, 30ni; JAJÍÜAUT. TWO-YEAB-OIB jTASDicAP»of 50 sovs, with a sweep" stake*« of 10 sovs added ; distance, ono mile. .Ac- ceptances, nccompanicd with 5 sovs, to bo rando on Mon- day, tho 2Sth January, between tho hours of six and eight p.m. Present value of tho stakes 80 BOVS. st lb Mr. W. T.ang's b c Socumlus. a 7 S. Waldock's br f .Medora . 8 .1 5. Waldock's h c Professor. a 1 Coleman'« b f Lucy Ashton ..".. 7 S J. It. Cowell'.«, bl f Lady Mornington . 7 9 C. M'lvor'sbf Propriety..7 4 Rnsii UAXDIOAP of 100 sovs. Distance» ono milo and three quarter.!. Acceptances nccompanicd with 0 sovs each, to bo xnado on tho 28th January. ARC at lb Mr. W. I,anR'a brh Flying Jib . 4 0 7 6. Waldock's br g Othello. a 0 4 I1. J. Keighrnn' b h Mormon . 5 9 0 J. R. Cowell'jgrg Cinder Grey. n II 0 .\V. Lang's grg Woodpecker . a 8 10 J. Henderson ns cb ni Dispatch..,...,. 6 8 8 A. Chlrnsidc's br g Haphazard. a 8 7 I'. Tozcr'A b h -Mariner. 0 8 7 II...

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To the Editors of Bell's Life in Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 26 January 1861

2b the Editors of Dell's Life in Sydney. GENTMÎMEN,-Knowing that your columns nro opon to all, I mnko uso of tho pen of my good' friend Burney to address you ; for although I havo. a few quills about mc (in fnct I rather plumo myself on tho subject), yot, I confess that I am unnblo to mako thom speak wrltton language. Thoro nre, ho» ever, so many lecturers on Education, from tho Governor downwards, that I do not despair of effecting something moro than tho scratch which I usually mako. ' Now, gcntlomon, you will, doubtless, bo surprised when I inform you that I am a voritablo mngpio ; thero ave many such of tho (gonus homo,) but with theso I havo no connection whatovcr. lam the regular article fcatUors, beak) elnwB and all; ayo, and a tongue too; thus I'vo cloarly tho advantago of tho " man mag." My history, alas ! is ono of sorrow and sufToring : stolen from my maternal nest at a timo when my mind was yet unformed, cast into tho society of boys of low habits nnd depraved tasto, is ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 26 January 1861

rpjTIRD AUSTRALIAN CHAMPION STAKE of J. JE60Ö, with a sweep of £100 each nddod, Iialf forfeit open to oil tltq Australian Colonies. Providod tliroo or moro hones Btart, tlio second h orso to rieoiro £200, and tho third horso £100 out of tho £tako. To bo run for ovor tho NEW TOWN HACE COURSE in TASMANIA, ou TUESDAY, tho 3rd dar of Dcoomber, 1801. Distance, threo milos* Entries to bo addroisad and forwarded to tho Secre- tary, Derwent Hotel, Hobart Town, on or beforo tho 1st of Scptoobor, 18G1. Forfeits to'bo declared ono month beforo the day of fcho rnco. n Stone, lbs. Weights.., 8 yrs. old ... 7 0 4 ?> » ... 8 0 6 " " ...9 0. C " " & aged... 0 6 STEWARDS. J. li. B. Tabnrt, Esq. I Thomas Mold, Esq. John Lord, Esq. John Field, Esq. W. Koarnoy, Esq Jns. Lord, Esq. W. Doddery, Esq. - G. A. Komp, Esq. S. Blackwell, Esq. To act with Stewards to bo appointed by each of the Colonies. J. W. GUAYES, 1016_-._lion. Soo. rriHE VICTORIAN JO0KEY CLOT TWO 1 THOUSAND GUINEAS STAKES, (OPEN...

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BELL'S LIFE IN SYDNEY. SYDNEY, JANUARY 26, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 26 January 1861

BELL'S LIFE IN - SYDNEY. , SmyMT, JANUATIY 2ß, 1801. I'« RRF. is but ones opinion as to the Volunteer display in the* Domain on Saturday last': it v.as 4;s honorable tO( tl^ pluck and patriotism of our " citizen soldiers," as their martial appearance and excellent discipline were creditable proofs of their earn est nnd industrious application to their military exercises. That in the short space of six months a body of fifteen hundred trained men has been organised, nnd brought into a state of such efficiency, speaks volumes for the diligence of the Volunteers, and the zeal of their instrnc-, tors. Amongst, the thousand who witnessed the review, "the unanimous impression produced, was thatjof-admiration at -the stirring spectacle, and (sincere wishes ¿"or -elie continued success of a move- ment upon which, in all probability the future " safety of this 'colony will depend. The manner inwinch "the men acquitted themselves in the' field elicited not only warm expressions of ap- proval'...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 26 January 1861

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE.' DrPABTunE OP inn Goi-unNOR-GüNJinAii.-Sir W T. Denison omharked nt hulf-pasl ono o'clock on Tuesday afternoon on board tho mail-stcamor Bohnr, nt tho Cir- cular Quay. His Excollonoy waa attended from Go- vernment House to tho Quay by a very largo concourse oí porsons, by whom he was repeatedly cheered. Tho Volunteer force of all branches took part in tho procès non, nnd soveral steamers filled with a "goodly company" attended tho Beliar to tho heads. The City of Now cut le, however, put to sea, and accompanied the mail iltnmor for somo distance. Prior to tho Governor's departure from Governmont Houso, valedictory greet- ings were exchanged between his Excolleiicy nnd Humo- rous gentlemen who wore thoro assembled. Two ad- dresses, ono from tho Corporation and nnothor adopted nía public meeting wore likewiso prcsontcd to Sir Wil- liam. Tho weather was all that could bo desired, nnd we ara happy to add that no accident occurred to mar tho proceedings of tho day. Tu...

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THEATRICALS. ROYAL VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 26 January 1861

THEATRICALS. KOYAL VICTORIA. Tho dramntio entortainmouls of the week opened with Shaksporo's Comedy of" As You Liko It," in which Mis» Provost nppcnrcd, and enacted in tho happiest way the character of Rosalind. Miss Provost's reception wns . highly flattering ; indeed nil the old favorites wero well received, Stophons and Fitzgerald cspccir-lly so. On Tuesday evening Sheridan Knowlcs'a fine play of "Lovo" was produced, Miss Provost sustaining tho role of the Countes«, mid Mr. Rayner that of tho Serf, with moderato success. On Wednesday tho comedy of "Masks and Faces" was tho chief attraction of tho orening. In tliis picco Miss Provost played with oxcellont graco and feel lug ; her Peg Woflhigtnn wns absolutely perfect,-in ti fun and sentiment, drollery and sorrow alternate. Haeh moment the actress is called on lo display the brostllh of the one or tho depth of tho other, lino Miss Provost did, and did no well, that tho nudioneo-one, by-tbo-by, rathor luird to pleaso-called her befo...

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To the Editors of Bell's Life in Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 26 January 1861

To the Editors of DelVs Life in St/duet/. i G-KSTLEMES-,-There is a marvellous préjudice against training or running two-yonr-olds, and I "may even say three-year olds ; and a great nulabor of right good racing .mon would as soon think of flying, as putting a colt in work bcforo ho is, at least, tlire'o years old. It is prosumed that putting j oung horses to hard cxcrciBO at so early an ago, is apt to injuro them, and to militate very materially ngmust tho full development of their powers in after years ; whilo it is generally believed that such treatment causes rnco horses to remain a shorter timo on tho Turf, than tiley would if not called upon to raco boforo thoy liad another year 01 or their heads. Now [ havo not tho smallost wish to gnininy any of these propositions, because I do myself bolioro them ..to be more or less correct ; al lensfc quilo enough so to allow of their being used as standing arguments, by those broedevs and runners of horses who confino their atten- tion to...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 26 January 1861

ANNUAL BACKS.-Tlio linio is now rapidly approach- ing winn steps should bo tuleen for getting up tho Braid- wood Annual Races. Luit year wo lind au ex ce] lent meeting nnd some crnck horses paid us a visit mill lind a " shy" for tho prizes, which wove temptingly largo. Let us thorcforo be up and stirring, und take initiatory steps to get up a meeting to extend over thrco days in April next. There will be no difficulty in doing so v o aro certain, ifnll work together with unanimity and cor- diality, nnd. willi ono common desire, viz., to ninko the Brailviootl Annual Races of 18G1 superior to any that hircgono before thom.-Braidwood Dispatch. THE RICI:-COURSB, WEST MAITT.VSIJ.-On Thursday ovciniug tho Northumberland Jookoy Club met nt their rooms, Denison Hotel, to take into consideration the offer, a new rnco-coursc. Mr P. li. Doyle was in tho chair. . After nomo discussion on tho subject, the follow- ing resolution was passed, on tho motion of Mr Gorrick, seconded by Mr ltourko-" Th...

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THE LATE DUKE OF RICHMOND. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 26 January 1861

THE LATE DUKE OF EICHMOND. If one wished to impress the stranger with all tho nn tural beauties, and at tho same timo tho fidl splendour of nn English " homo" scono, wo should suroly take him to Goodwood. Thoro is nothing else in tho world like it. The varied features of tho landscape-tho glorious view that breaks upon tho oyo nt ovory turn-the fresh breeze that greeta you from tho upland-tho massive woods belting the horizon and offering a grateful sitado to the approaching visitoi"-make np a combination of sylvan grandeur such as it would bo in vain to sook elsewhere And we seek it »otc not to indulge in the Bolflsh luxury of solitude, but rather to share with others its many at- tractions and delights. It is high holiday once moro on that princely domain, and hill and dolo-tho wido ox tending verdant sword-the quiot nook-tho volvct slope -the pleasant path and the winding road, aro peopled with hurrying wayfarers and dotted M ith groups of smiling fuces. Country neighbours aro jo...

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CRICKET. MATCHES TO COME. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 26 January 1861

CEICKET. MATCHES-TTO-OOMIs. This Day-Practice Match..'..Domain. Liverpool Undaunted v. Hctlfern Warwick.Cleveland Paddock, Feb. 14, 13, 16.-Intercolonial ¿latch.Domain. Sinco our last thoro has been some excellent prnclice, and gro.it improvement is visible in many of the plnyors. On Saturday, and nlso on Tuesday, a inntch was com incneod between two selected elevens,, but on neither oc- casion did timo allow of tho gnmo being concluded. This, wo tako it, was chiefly owing to tho howling oftho" scratch te'im" not boing sulftclonlly good to mnko much impres- sion upon tho match committoo's trial men, who, on both occasions took rather a long lonso of tho iviekots. Captain Ward has been bowling necimdum artem whenever lie lins had occasion to bowlat all, and îîatThouipson's wicket keep- ing wanta but little improvement. Of this player wo may also say that lils bntting has wonderfully unproved, and wo aro not sure that ltis stylo doe3 not pleaso our limey as well as, if not hotter than...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 26 January 1861

EXHIBITION HOTEL, PITT ANO MAIIKXT STItEBIB. SAMUEL DAVIS feels it incumbont upon him to acknowledge with grateful thanks tho favors of hit many Monds and tho public genorully, sinoo oponing til« abovo "FAMILY HOTEL. Ho can appeal with confidonco to tho gontlomcn and families who have honoured him by a temporary residence as to tho moro than ordinary privacy and comfort to bo found in his Establishment. THE CUISINE cannot bo surpassed, as regards either choioanss* or variety. THE CELLARAGE OF THE EXHIBITION HOTEL-, has already achieved for itself ii roputation which it »Hall bo the Proprietor's study to maintain ; and is patronized by tho FIRST CONNOISSEURS in the city "S3F* Orders in town or from tho country immediately attended to. Goods carofully paoked, and forwarded by the earliest opportunities. "Süf" t®° APARTMENTS can bo retained on receipt of written instructions from tho country or the sister colonies. EXHIBITION HOTEL, May 11th, 1860. ' 683 WEST MAITLAND NORTntranEBUAITD ...

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A WONDERFUL STORY!-CURIOUS CLAIM. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 2 February 1861

A WONDERFUL STORY!-CURIOUS ' CLAIM. Án Amorican.citizön, Mr Robert Á. Parish, jun, has memorialised Mr Buohonan, asking his intention as to a demand of £6*00,000 upon the French Emperor. _ Mr Parish Bays his claim is basod upon aporsohal prom iso of tho Emperor sonic tinto about tho year 1853, to givo him tho amount hi question, if he succeeded in demonstrating tho .existence of a gold-field similar to that of California, and acccssable to the arms of France.- Ho has fulfilled this condition, anti Franco is not only in possession of a gold-field, but hos worked it for several years, and ob- tained an annual profit of £30,000,000. Tho scene of tho wealth is .in tho interior pf Africa, especially cast of Scnc gambia and the Kong Mountains. After ari iritorviow, thirteen vessels and 2500 men were despatched for tho conquest of tho territory,, nnd.tho result lias been " tho unparalleled opulcnco" ot" his Sf njesty. Tho faith- less person in the a flit ir has been M. Fould. Tho Em- peror...

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BARETTS FARE WELL. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 2 February 1861

BARETTS PAÉE^WiELIi. ; ". i ' Mr' Bilroy, took .his lcdvb of tho English. publie' on', Saturday, rvith'orm of his extraordinary horèè;tamlng'ex liibitionsnt tho .Crystal Palace. .A-spacious ring was formed' in tho centro of tlio great , transept by means bf bavriors, of sufficient strength to admit bf the most nervous people Bitting nebr to tho éceho of'operations, without experiencing any trepidation whatovcr< A ivory? largo concourse of persons tlirorigotl .tito transept, Handel Orchestra, and ndjaoont galleries, arid tho greatest' inter-' est appcarod to ba manifested in this, tho final ; display of talent on tho! part of ono of tho niöst rentarkablb men. of tho ago. Tho address and positive, elegance bf Mr' Buroy'B movements aro scircoly less astonishing-than tho skill with which ho subdues tho rampant nnuririlB on: trusted to his oxpcrimcntnlisatiori; Elttonéy of spoeoh and earnestness of manner also aid- in scouring lum at once tho sympathies of Iiis áudicnco, and h...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 2 February 1861

SKELETON- OF THE CÈLÈBEÀTED EÄCE HÔRSEv " ECLIPSE TÂKEÎÏ ' FBÓBÍ LIFE !

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