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

Printod and Published by G-EOMOI? IEKIÍKIIS PrcKBarso and OUAJIJVES HAMILTON NiottoxB, at tho HeWá Ml' iii' Sydney Printing O moo, 22G, Cantlorengli-slrect, Sydnoy, ííow South Waloo, Saturday lob. 2, 1801.

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 — 2 February 1861

AMERICAN HuMoun.--Tho most obvious, charoctoris' tic of American humour is ot» power: ofpitohirtg.it strong," and drawing the long .bow. . i :It is tho .humour of oxaggoration. ."This consists of fattoningup a joko un- til it is rotund, and rnbicutid, unctuous, and irrosistable na TrVulRtnff himself, who WM created by Shokspoaro, and fed fat, BO'os to becomo for all timó the very impersona- tion, of humour in a 'etato of corpulence. . That plaeo in tho'geography of Urfited States callod " Down East" has boon must prolific in tho nionntroBitics of mirth. Only theró would a treo'd coon have cried to tho. marks- man with his gun pointedj ".Don't fire, Colonel, I'll como down." Only m that region do thoy travel at Buch speed that tho iron rnilii get hot enough to servo tho car- riage with heat histoad of hot-water bottles, and somb timea BO hot, that on looking back you seo tho iron, writhing about like live snnkes trying' io wriggle oil'to tho wator to oool themselves. Only thero do th...

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 — 2 February 1861

Bell's Life in Sydney ami Sporting Chronicle ls pub]lilied every Saturday morning. Country Subscriben will bo received on pay- ment of Six Months In Advance, viz., 13s. : Thu Quarter« ena on tim 3Int .March, .10th June, 30th September, and Slat December, respectively, at which periods only can Subscribers resign, on paying up arrears. Parties subscribing In tho middle of a twirler will only be charged from tho dato of their cominencliiR. Adver tixements must specify In writing on the face of them the number of insertions, or they will bo continued and charged accordingly. UH countermanded.

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 — 2 February 1861

THE SPIRIT. OP THE WEEK. The week has been ono of unvarying monotony, po litieolîr, commercially, and.socially.... Tho business of tho week has evinced no animation, ;nnd amidst the uncer- tainty which.so generally-proyails ns .to our political prospects, thore is littlo, improvement. . By .many tho tdrent of the new Governor ;is looked forward tb with a hope of somo impottts/.beingigiven to thc' general pro- gress of tho* colony. '. . . . ' ! ' . ? ? ;. . . .. Sophia Wiokhnm¿ aged 65, residing at tho Globe, died mddnnly.in a fit. r,::-..-. .. ; A, Dutchman named William.Orr, a shophcrd on Mr YitiU'a station, Liverpool Plains,, .was struck,.dead by lightning a few. days since. . ......<., .,. An old man named Hodges, lins died front'injuries recoivrd. by ft heavily 'laden dray,-from which ho had" fallen, passing over him. . 1 ; . : ! - ..; - A child named Armstrong, was-rocently drowned in a waterhole at Parramatta. . . ... . A distemper has broken out amongst both horses...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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THE VICTORIAN TURF. (B. L. V., Jan.26.) Victorian Turf Subscription Room. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 2 February 1861

THE VICTORIAN TURF. . (B. Ii. K, 'j-an.20.J Victorian Turf Subscription Boom. ' ; MONDAY.-On Monday ovoning tliero was a gathering of tho clan, hat a very email ono, and but little, specula- tion m consequence. Histrionic attractions kopt away several mombcrs, who preferred the exciting novelties ot the Boyal and tho Princess's, to tho moro mtttor of fact operations of- tho butting room. Tn re tho Oeoloug Baces, only the Freo and Squatters* Handicaps wero dis- cussed, Colonel and Défonce .being backed at 60 to 7 each for tho former, and tho colt at 3 to 2 for tho latter. Tho ,Two Thousand Guineas wns moro in voguo than : tho moro' immediato ovonts, Eaglo Hawk being, booked to win upwards of o "monkey" at 100 to 6,.and "the Jib" holding his ground at 10 to 1.' Tho room will bs open again on Monday. . - '. * OEII.ONO IEÏE HANDIOAr. iO to ? <c«. Colonel (tk) | flo to 7 agst Defence ftk) SQUATTERS' HANDICAP. 3 to 2 agst Colonel (tk) . TWO THOUSAND OUIHEAS. 100 to 10 agit Flyi...

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 — 2 February 1861

ANSWERS TX) (XliRBESPONDENTS. REMITTANCES .RECEIVED from P. C., Singleton ; 0. W., JlngaJInrffl; E. H , V/eo Wna X., Dundee'; Q. Q., Mur- rurundi'; K. w., lionel/ ; G.O. T" Clarence Elver i anil from Windsor Anent. - C. A. C.. ALBURY.-Declined, with tiuuiks,

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 — 2 February 1861

GENTLEMEN favouring ta with- orders for this Journal will bo pleased to enclose tho necessary, advanco for six months subscription, vit 13s, or a £1 noto whioh will cover three quarters of the rear. _PICKERÏNG & NICHOLS. To COUNTRY AGENTS AND SUBSCRIBERS. -Our accounts to the 31st December, 1660, haying beta duly forwarded, tho kind attention of our friends to BU carly settlement U particularly- reqnested: "'*'" . PICKERING & NICHOLS. -, January 3rd, 1861._ - -, ^ÓTICE.-Mr.. ROBERT ERASER. is. hereby np - lA^poîhted Agent for EelFr XAfe in Sydney Newt £ipe'r, for th"o"Tpwriship; of Murrumburrah, and' the Bmbin» Flat Diggings," arid will,' from this date, receive orders from subscribers and advertisers. ".', , v PICKERING & .NICHOLS. Sydney,'30th January,. I8S1. ' ' ' '

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

Ia oU noblet enterprise, tho- ladies aro like tho cloctrio I telegraph.-far in advanoo of tho maid.

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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THE ATRICALS. ROYAL VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 2 February 1861

. - T. H" É ATS I CA LS. BOYAL VIQTOEIAv "Tho success' which' lins attended the present euigngf . ment of Miss Provost is almost unprecedented in th histrionio annals.oftho" colony. Hor impersonation England's ".Virgin'"; Queen" has nightly oh'eitod'tho&v probation' of crowded IIOUSDB, despite tho closeness of th atmosphorio tompernturo, which, m the absonoo of mo:< than' ordinary nttritction", would doubtless have discloEfi'" a Börry array of ompty boxes. The cast of this historio-; play, as represented at "tho' Vicforhv, is most felicitous, and wo trust/ that tho, notification of it hoing fiualir shelved will bo reconsidered by tho management.- LBA>; ovoningf os Lady Gay Spanker, in1 Bourcicault's BUCCOSS ful play of "London" Assurance," .Miss Provost re- minded us strikingly of the lato Mrs.-Nesbitt-, who ir tho samo character .took tho metropolis by store. s-. Covent Garden on thb'óccrislon' of its first roprosontatic ti in 1811. This overling 'thof drama ....

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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AQUATICS. The Anniversary Regatta. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 2 February 1861

¡TM ADiiveisary/, Regatta. . This. event, ; always lookcd^ forward r to.; .with : .interest, and on tho.present occasion ;;with rather more than , or'; dinarily, by reason of tho'champion yacht'raco, has, as a regatta, turned out hot quite ns well OB was either hoped or expected.' Pör tho groat race there wero seven entries, but tho'day was not calculated to exhibit tho sea-going qualities of tho' boals ¡ as tho breozo ' was confinedto a. light air, which gave no opportunity, of testing ;.tho/rolaf tivo powers for carrying sail. Wo hoard complaints of tho lunólürig arrangements on board tho flag-ship, andnltoge thcr tho affair did not attract tho 'snmo : attention^ or a's largo a concourse of spectators as lias been tho caso on for- mero ccasious. We have ari idea, that tho minor sports, moro generally interesting by tho way to tho denizens of our harbour, wcro rando to give way too'much, in . a pe- cuniary point of viow, to tho .¡£800 sailing match f and tins no doubt in a great me...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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The Intercolonial Match. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 2 February 1861

The Intercolonial Hatch. At a meeting of the committee, hold at tho Bull and Mouth, on Avcdnesday, aftornoon, Mr. M. Halt in the chair, tho secretary, Mr.'ShoosmJth, informed tho mem bora that ho had received a litter from Sydnoy suggest- ing a, postponomont of the match from tho 12th, 13th,. and 14th February to tho 14th and two'following days ; in- asmuch "as tho' Sydnoy public were averse to the match being played on Ash Wednesday, 13th February. Aftor somo discussion, tho suggestion was agreed' to. Tho most importnut event .of. tho mcotiug ibUowOd, which was tho announcement,' by tho match committoo, of the Victorian Eleven, who aro as follows t . J. C. Brodie 8. Hopkinson J.M.Bryant J. Huddleston . - 8. Comtek.. N.Jacomb ' O. Elliott J. Mace - W. Hammersley C. Jlnklnion ' . G. Marshall. _ Umpire s V. Maxihall . - Scorer i 0. J. Shooimlth. -B.2,. r.,jra». 20. , :. . ' i

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PIGEON SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 2 February 1861

PIGEON SHOOTING. Our advertising columns will show that our retpeotsd ' follow-citizon, Mr/ George Whitfield, gives a grand com« pliinentary dny'a pigeon shooting on this day week st Ormeau Viow, whither a steamer, speoialiy chartered for tlio purpose, will convey those gentlemen who are fortunato enough to obtain cards of invitation. Old résidants need not bo told that Mr, Whitfield was, years ago, considered th? champion shot of Sydnoy, and it ia indood refreshing to find tho veteran "knight of tho friggor" still hi twig to try conduirions with youngor though not more celebrated porformors. Wo boliovo wo aro correot in stating that tho giver of the present ontortainmout liss been located in King-stroot for tho long poriod pf twonty-sovon yearn, during which timo ho has boori ever foromost in promot- ing sport, and providing nmusimont for thoio by whom, pigoon shooting is indulged.in mid appreciated ; and, from what wo havó hoard bf tho arrangenionls,' we aro sure that tho file cha...

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 — 2 February 1861

Fox-HoüHfisí-Tho Zamboni, oho of Messrs Bdrhund Thompson und Co's Mursoy Lino of Australian Packet«, . arrived in Hobsori's Bay yesterday, and has on board : four couple of fox-hounds, in excellent condition, and of tho host blood in England; they wore shipped by Mr Bevan, of Grosvonor, noar Horcfordf for Iiis brother, Mr - , .Tamos Bevan, Oaulflold, and aro for tho improvement of tho pack of tho Melbourno Hunt.--II. Zr. V., Sau. 36, -

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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THE RING. FIGHTS TO COME. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 2 February 1861

THE RING. FIGHTS TO COME. Feb. M.-Kelly and ningham. £2S aside. March 26.-I. Sullivan and Tara Sparke«, £50 aitde ...... Sydney

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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Two Thousand Guineas Stakes. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 2 February 1861

Two Thousand GuineaB Stakes. During tho past fortnight', a good deal, has hoon »aid about altering tho amount of tho sweepstakes for this raco, a largo Beetion of tho racing -world .expressing their opinion in farour of a roduction from 100 soys, half for- feit, to 50 SOTS, half forfeit ; whilst others urged that tho dato of nomination should bo postponed for tho pro sent. In consequence of tho outside chatter, a meeting of tho Committoo of tho Jockey Club was called for Wednosday ovoning, and seven -members attended tho summons. Mr Fawcett lmving been called to tho chair, ho requested tho secretary to produco tho authority for tho .mooting, which, by terms of tho club regulations, should bo sign od by fivo members. This preliminnry having boen overlooked, no immediate stops could be taken; and ¿ho mooting lapsed. - "Whothor another meet- ing will bo called or not wo cannot say, but whatovcr may bo tho torms bf tho race, it in now loo lato to mond thom ; and tho Jockey Club would br...

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 — 2 February 1861

SYDNEY MARKETS, FRIDAY, wi roma A LE rm CBS. ? WnrjlT.S» Cd (o 7« M pcrbmliol; Hour, £17 lo £10 perton; mali«,4» to 6»OJ) bstley,3<;capodUlo. 33p<trl>utl»l;U«y, oaten, is to £8;luceme, £8 I Os to £1 per ton ; butter, (ld to Od ; cheese. OJ to 1«: bacon OJ 16 S<1 per lb i K».« Cl to ls pordo7.cn : fowl«, 2a Cd t > 3» Cd per couple: potatoes, £5 to £8 per ton ; fm pixs OJ to Sd per lb ; beor, 40», milt' ton, 00 per cwt ; 1 Cities, fis tn 1251 tobacco, ls 2d to ls 6d par lb, beet quality. Lucerne «cod ls Gd per lb, ramil Sat perennial red clover, ditto ditto: wlillo Dutch, 2a Od per lb ; »tullun and.nilxel Braises, 2s 6d per lb, sort hum eacclinraiuin, li per lb ; aced oats is Od lo it. pet bushel. FERRIS ASD SOX, Coinmlaaloa Agent». : HATMARKET V-MCES -TTay, 4.1 OJ lo Os Cd : straw. 3s Od tj> 4i Od : wheat, Sa Od to Ta Od ; oats, 3< 3d to 3i Oil; barley. Sa Cd io 4a Oil: cow«, £5 Oe to £9 0.*¡ calves, 2Ss to 3Si ; bark, £3, I Os to ...

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 — 2 February 1861

" CEICKET. ' \ , ? MATCHES TO . COME. This Day-Practico Match,...............Domain. F<¡6. lt, 15,16.-Intercolonial Match.Domain. .' Notwithstanding tho Anniversary Bcgatta, and other festivities both luotropolitau ana provincial i Cricket managed to hold its own in tho most unmistakeable stylo on Saturday last. A glauco at tho mutches, of which wo .give some account below, will show that all over-New South {Wido«, tho admirers- of this noble - gamo aro up and?.stirring,-many now aspirants doubtless fancying :th'emsolyos olrondy chosen by. somo. futuro Intercolonial match:committoo. ThisTs precisely as it should bo, wo liker, to seo thc .'establishment of now clubs, and to find a largo annual, accession to tho ranks,of " playing' niom bors.'-Lwilhout wliich of course tho requisito Bupply can- not ba kept up. ''fXTio following gamos wore played on Tho Anniversary D.ay':- ' .'.-..? r.^LrcEUM O. G. y. PntMO.YT Ö. C.-Thpso dubs wot in Hydo Park and contended for supremacy. Th...

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 — 2 February 1861

SYDNEY HOK'SB MARKET. *. Mest» Butt and Co., report a matted Improvement In the hone market during the last week. All tho country lots offered have gone oir at improved rates, which, perhaps, li to be accounted for I by their being of a superior class to those offered during the last fortnight, A lot of well-bred hackneys from the well-known stud ofMrM'aillorWollnnBonir, went from £15 tu £3(1; n lot of 8 from Varrowville, from £8 to £13; a small lot from Ulladulla realised from £13 to £20. Our Drat annual sale of blood stock from the Mount Druitt stud caine off on Wednesday, and commanded one of the best attendances of racing men and others interested in the 1 breeding of blood horses that wc have seen collected together for some time, the bidding was very spirit«!, and thc prices realized, may certainly, we think, be considered encouraging to tho breeders. The brown Ally Lady Jane, siro Magus, sold for 230 guineas. A bay colt. Blre Magus, for 1511 guineas. Bay colt Stork; sjre Magu...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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THE EARL OF CHESTERPIELD. (From Baily's Monthly Magazine of Sports and Pastimes.) [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 2 February 1861

THE EA.EL OF CHESTERPIELU ' . (From Baily's Monthly Magazine of Sports ' and ? ' BaitimesJ Tho Earl of Chesterfield, whoso portrait, so happily token, adorns tho opposite pago of .our present number, : is a worthy compeer of those noble gentlemon whose, likenesses and careers we have-endeavoured to illustrate in tho course of our serial. ' Doscended, as Camden says, from " the famous family of Stanhope, whoso state and grandeur is eminent," tho Earl of Chesterfield carno into tho world on tho 23rd of May, 1805, and succeeded this, father as sixth Earl on tho 29th of August, 1816. He was educated at Eton, where his sporting propensities first dovolopod themselves ; and at Christchurch, Ox- ford, to which ho was subsequently transferred, thoy received still further encouragomout. Succeeding to u vast fortuno, and tho accumulation* of a long" minority, under careful trustees, thero was nothing to prevont his lordship from indulging thoso tastes for " the Turf, the Chase, and tho Hoad,"...

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 — 2 February 1861

"HUUT'S Honan BAZIAK.-Tlïo patrons of tliis esta blisliin'ont will leam -w'th satisfaction that Mr Sydney Iittmbort has resumed the hammer hi the rostrintr. Mr Tjiiinbcrt's temporary accession from tho office' lio for ao long a period efficiently filled, was occasioned by a do mossie bereavement ¡ and wo cordially ' wclconio his roturn to his foririor avocation. A MURDEH CtBAK WASTKD,-The San "Francisco cor- respondent of the Xno York Tinta, writing in Septem- ber last, desoribcs with a keen professional feeling the injurious restrictions plncod on thc press in that city : "To-day wo are tu hang a man, but prohably not ono in a hundred of our citizens know it. There bas not a re- porter been- to see him since he was sentenced. Nobody has asked whether ho hos made a confession. Having requested that none but the priest and the Sisters of Merov bo 'permitted to visit him, his request has boen complied with. : Wo don't work tip our sensations, you poroeive, artistically. ? You remember...

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