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(To the Editors of Bell's Life in Sydney.) [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 9 February 1861

.. (TbthtÉditórt :SelS*--Ufa inSydiityJ '? ':«^'o|m;''deTÍls of ovóry shápo arid, form'torriíohtod,' tho equal; of ono recently; imported arid nfc" proacnt iii my pos- session nt Nowtówrri, stands unrivalled. ( Although ho cannot practicó with ,the saino certainty o'f BUCCOBS thot his satanic majesty".can, rfovorth'cless in his. own way ho might lay- claim to this title of Priñ'co of Devils: Ho is scoured in ri stronghold, and may bc fearlessly approached by young.and old ,' As' this is'theago of presenting tcsti moninls, I hopo tho inhabitants will not srifior his dopar turo to,old England (whore ho.will havo a better iíold to ' exercise.-'his "'devilish' propensities)" without oxproBsing .their delight (not regret) nt his" bidding us a long farewell. Those inbhriod tó visit him" may do' so'by application to tho undersigned. .". ?'. ? . .f. q. POXES*, Naturalist,- NowtoW. P. S.-Cards" of introduction not rbquisito.'

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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POLICE. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 9 February 1861

POLICE. . WHAT HO! MTj:TnuHKS!-Tho Police- Court ori Saturday last was' most brilliantly illuminated by tho first nppearanco nt that houso of ai' bright particular theatrical star of tho first magnitutlo, known to histrionic fninu ns Washington Kembla Macready LisBak,' 'Esq , a gontlaman combining, tn propria persona, tho trngio powers of ri Brooke', the comic versatility of a Stephens, and tho essenco of an amalgamated condensation of nil tho theatrical talent in tho .Southern hemisphere.- The piece selected for Mr. Irissnk's debut was a " drama of intenso interest," full of .pathos and Uno dramatic situa- tions, entitled " My TrunkB," writton oxpresslv for tho. occasion by tho popular authör of " Health and Dcarth." Tho plpt of tho pioco is Very simplo, and turns upon im iricidont.in tho lifo of nn onthiisiastio devoteo to Thespis. Thc sceno is laid iii tho great Southern Babylon, anno 1861, and, taken as a wliolci tlio pioco .must bo regarded as a " decided success." Supornumcrin...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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CENTRAI CRIMINAL COXmt FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 1. (Before Sir J.N. Dickinson.) [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 9 February 1861

CENTRAI CRIMINAL COXmt ? .. -vf .j- (' ;..-:- : 1 ... . ? ..i FBÍBAT; FEBEÜÁET í.-* ? (Before SirJ.Dickinson') .: . , ? . iLiNSLAtfOHTsn.-William Day. ..was ? indicted ? for feloniously and wilfully killing and slaying James Hcalds, on the 20th December., This was tho case of the man at Cockatoo Isliiud, who, iu illustrating a conversation about the spears of the blacks, , throw.a stick at ono of his companions, who was wounded in tho oyo, and died from inflammation of tho brain. Not guilty. ' STABBING.-Salem, n Lascar, was indicted-for .felon- iously stabbing Curoo Bowlo, with intout to.murder him, nt Balmain, on tho 11th January. "Under another count, ho was' charged with stabbing ' with intent to do grievous bodily harm. Guilty of unlawfully wounding. Six mouthB*'imprisomnent with hard labour.

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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S P O RT I NG CH R ON I C L E. RACES T O COME. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 9 February 1861

S P O RT I NG CH R ON I C L E. -.-00 ? HACKS T O C O SI 13. Albury.Fal). ISih. 13th, rind 14th Camden .".March St», 6th, and 7th. Picton......March 13, 13, and 14. Tcrrinro ...March ïStli, Ovina ."....March 13tli,14lh, ami ISih Dubbo.April 8th, »th and loth. Randwick, Autumn....April, lilli, 19th and 80th, TICTOUIA. Portland.Fob. 12,18,14. Victoria Jockey Club.Feb. 21, 22, S3. CVterton.Fob. 2G, 27. Beechworth ...Feb. 27, 28, ami March 1. Benalla. .,. ..Fell, 29, and Marchi. tireen Wattle.Mareil 0. 7. 8,0. Victoria TurfCluO ..........March 21, M. 23. QUEENSLAND. Quconiland Champion Sweepstakes .tray 20ih. . North Auttrallan Meeting, Ipswich.June-ltfi, {th and Oin. TASMANIA. 1 ? ' ' Third Auitrallan Champion Slake«.December 3rd.

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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MONDAY, FEBRUARY 4. (Before Mr Justice Mitford.) [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 9 February 1861

, . ..' ' MONDAY, "KKIHWAKY 4. 1 . > . .v (Before Mr Justice Mitford,) : , MAííSLAironTBB.-Geörgo El worthy surrendered to« Iiis bail on achárgo of having, in Sydney, on tho 9th of January last, feloniously killod and slain ono .Charles Hall. . : . . : ? -, Tho prisoner pleaded not guilty, and .was defended, by Mr Dailey. Tho prisoner was ncqnitted. MANSLAUGitTüit.-Edward Hill and Alexander Holme captain and.mate of the Martha and Ellon, eohuouor, sur- rendered to their bail oh'thoohnrgoof having, on the 8th ol'January last, killed and slain ono Louisa Adams. Mr Darvall appcarod on behalf of tho prisoner Hill. Tho othor prisoner was undefended. " [This was tho case of tho schoonor Martha and Ellen running down-a Ashing boat*off duo's Point, through tho carelessness of tho prisoners, whorcby two rospectnblo fomnlc« und an ùuant lost their lives.. Tho jury returned a verdict of acquitted as regarded Holme, and convicted Hill with. a strong recommendation to morey.. His Honor sonton...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 2. (Before his Honor Sir J. Dickinson.) [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 9 February 1861

SATUItDAY, FEWUÎARY 2. .' j , (Before his Honor Sir j; Dicl-inson.J : MrnDEB.--Jamos Crawford mid Antonio Charles wero indicted for having, on tho high sea«, in the British ship Norna, on tho 17th December, 1860, killed and murdered ono Calool, a lascar sailor. ïlio Attbrnoy-General and Mr Windeyer appeared for tho Croira î Mr Isaacs for Crawford, and Mr Dalloy for diaries. ' _ 1 . ; ~ . [Tho circumstances attending this barbarous murder of an inoffensive lascar by tho captain and second moto of thc Norna, aro so familiar to tho public, that a detailed report of tho trial is unnecessary. Tho trial occupied the whole bf Saturday, Monday, and Tuesday,' and at 10h. 10m. p.m. on tho night of tho latter, tho jury brought in a verdict of manslaughter against the pri- soners, nnd His Honor having expressed an opinion that thoy wore a pair of rufihms, sentenced Crawford to three years hard labour in Parramatta gaol, and Charles to à liko punishment in Darlinghurst.]

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 — 9 February 1861

SUDDJÎI»- TuKsnuATioN' OP A FOOT-RAOB.-Tho Jiorder Post, of Wodnosday lost, anya :-Tho vnco between Soott mid Davenport did not como off yesterday, at Barkly. It was anid tho stakeholder, " AVliito-lioaded-Uob," wns non est. Ho lind with him soiuo £4.40, wliioli rumour snyB lie took away yesterday morning by tho Melbourne coach. Lnto lust night we hoard that the defaulter bad boon arrested at Longwood.

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 — 9 February 1861

THE SPIRIT OP THE WEEK. Considerable attention, nuil much dissatisfaction Jin* been exulted. during tho weet .iii ooiuequenco. of tho courue adopted hy tho Assembly, in wforenco ta tho ol-: tenitiona iu thu spirit duties, tho ohargoa being generally regarded us unuccossury, and impolitic. Business remains .dull without much prospect of amendment. . '¿'he City and Country hare been/visited by severe thunder-storms during tho last fow daya, and much dam ngo has bcou done. A young man, named Jomes "Wobster waa drowned in attempting to croas a Hooded river iu tho neighbour-' hood of Molonglo. I Mr. Hondorsoii, tho Editor of.tho Murray Unzctto.ox-. fn'rod suddenly a ion1.days since, owing, it ia,said, to his laving eaten too freely of unripo fruit. - Thu Penrith Volunteers liavo proaontcd a handsome Gold Medal to Chief Constable M'Cook, > ns an acknow- ledgement of his services in promoting "tho organization of the corps. ' - John Paterson, of Mnrkot'strcot. bnrborj attempted to commi...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 9 February 1861

TriE GttïDK ÈiEcnoy.-In tho Assembly- on" Tuesday, Mr. Itobortson laid upon' tito tobie a potitiori from Mr., 1 W. V. Moffat;, against tba rotifrh of Mr. T, W. Smart, i tho sitting nioiubcr for tho Globe, -which -WSJ* rbforred to 1 tho Committee of olcctions and quaüfícotions. If tho alle- gations ns disclosed in Ibo petition bo substnntinted by oi-idenco, we aro of ophiioji that Hi1, MofFnt -will succeed I in Unseating his frleiid, .: '

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 9 February 1861

jT'l ÉXTLEMÉÑ. favouring us With onion for thin V3T .tournai will bo pleaded to ondoso the necessary ndvaiico. for six months subscription, viz 13s, or à £1 noto which will cover thruo quartora of the veaiv ._ PICKERING- & NICHOLS. ?:' TO COUNTRY AGENTS AND SUBSCRIBERS. -Our accounts to tho 31st Decorhbor, 18(10, haying Been duly forwarded, the kind attention of pur friouds to au carly suttlomont is particularly requested. - 7 PICKERING & NIOHOLS. January 3rd, 1801._

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ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 9 February 1861

ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. REMITTANCES RECEIVED from Vf. W., QulllBftl. and II, S., O.iVey Creak, Coolah. S. J., ncnderurer, ani O. C., Olen Innes, papen forwarded, .written. . i to privately. . - ' . - . . . W. 6r IC, WARWICK.-Hammer tane ' wai .beeton br yankee * . . Sullivan, on which occa-iton Lane's arm wai broken. CRIIiHAOE.-4, fl. 2, 5. 3. count a sequence of 5. . ' T. M., WEST « AITI.ANO.-Ila vin« won an ndverttied laddie, the horse li dlsquallBcd for a Walden Plate for horsei that bare . never started in any advertized race. J, B., TUMUT.-At «hort will«, bonort do not count at four. J. A, W., CONDAMINE.-When established,"write, us again with Sydney reference*.. ... * A. B.-"To-morrow «HI lt Sunday" ls correct._

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CIVIL SERVICE BILL. TO BE INTRODUCED BY MR. "WOODS AND MR. M'LELLAN (Melbourne Punch.) [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 9 February 1861

CIVHi SERVICE BILL. TO'BB TsTHODtroED sr Mn. "WOODS ANO MBI M'1/EH.AK, ("ATelbourno Punch.J . ? j WitRBBAB serrerai parsons employed in tho Civil Servico of tho Colony of Victoria, liavo hitherto rocoivad tho troatiiwnt of gentlemen, and have boen permitted somo nmount of latitudo in respect to their private opinions and actions, mid «horcas it hos becoino desirable to withhold such permission and altor euch treatment. . Bu it enacted by und with tho consent of snobs in general a« follows, (that is to say), I. Prom and after tho pausing of this Act, no Civil Servant of the Crown shall uiako or cause to bo mnde, any complaint of reduction of salary which tho Parlia- ment in its wisdom may think fit to direct, or of any disability which the said august body may deem it neces- sary to impose. Ii. Any Ci vii Servant of tho Crown having occasion to address an observation to a member of tho Legisla- tivo Assembly, shall go down upon his knees and bend his forehead to thc ground upon all o...

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THE "POOR MAN'S" LAMENT [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 9 February 1861

THE "TOOE -^AJS'ß" DAMENT: . Olí, TÍO I noyer mention it, ' .As to my work I jog ;. ¡( ' My lips are now forbid to tostó' .lily pneo Familiar grog^ From rum lo tea they hurry mo' To banish my regret j, Because miy glass pf Tiim no moro . . For three perice" I cori got ! Tho swell ciin (aka his iced champagne; ., Ilia claret, or" hin hock, ? , í But when I toko a glass of rum',, . ,. .-. . 1 Thoir nerves, thoy say, I shock. .; j *.':..; .Thpy,call thcmselves myFEIEXDS " indeed,'..'._.. 4But tliat I cannot think, " t , '_, t - , i Or ,thcy would'tafe tho rich man's wine, Arid riot tho " po'cnf ulan's " drink I Th'ay 'preach a glaVrfo'f rum does' harm . To, soul mid body too,. ....... But that is mere Äjipörmy- '.-. ' " . .<- They know-it is iiqt true. . . r. , ,. . " ; Iii ease.aiid. comfort well'they livoij -: ..? . But let thom toil liko^me,.'- , . s An'dr.ll bo boiiridtlioy'd.tnko the ïtim- . ' ' . ; ....,': j£nd not .tKe ddmdged ted I". . , .Tobacco, loo', ?tis sniid th...

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THE ASSEMBLY. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 9 February 1861

THE ASSEMBLY; Br FÜZBOZ. Hail, glorious Council ! Whnt rosoinhlo yo ? . Bless Mr. MDÚIUY and his Ass-onlbly I Yo Monibora proud, whom I hovo helped to nick it, Grant mo td Speàkdr'a gallery a ticket j Whence at groát'statostnou I may have a pccpY Bo lilied with wonder; or perhaps with sloep ¡ . Ponder o'er days whóit Momtidrs lill co'nld speak Their mothoritoiigiio without tlio, help of Greek, , . And draw-comparisons between tho two Not compliirientary, I fear, to you. , . . Shades of my fathers I what woilld-WBSTWoitTii say, If ho could near, thom ? but ho's far ¿way ;. Or what would LOWE, who really lind sonio »01I.T, Think, if ho dropped in lo our prescrit. Ho uso P 'Tis not for mo to toll you 1 butlknow Thoy'd silro bo jealous of yönr rdrco show ; Thoy'd long to rival RBDSIAÏÎ'B eloquence, Or omulato NED RAPEII'S consctpiunco j They must bo onvious of sUch renown As BIM.Y CDJnttuos brings with him tö town. '' And who unmoved, unless Ho's hird to plcaso, Could hoar .TACK IUTCAA ...

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THE KING OF SARDINIA. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 9 February 1861

THE KING- OF SARDINIA. [Br ALBXAXDKH DITMAS.] "Victor Enironliuol, who looks like a man of nbottt40 years of age, is frank, sincero,' vigorous, tompernto, nu carly riser, and a keon sportsman with gun nnd dog. Ho bears tko fatigues of a long day's Bhootiug botter than many of tho most active mountaineers, and ho generally starts on such excursions beforo sunrise. He makos a very light breakfast, mordy a piece of broad and a slico of cold meat or choose, which ho cats Uko a peasant with- out sitting at tablo ¡ but he always makos a hoarty din- ner, laying aside all etiquette, without court or chamber- lains^ On Sunday, tho day of general reception al tho 'palace, U»o_ doors ar<jf* thrown opon nt eleven o'clock, and ? anybody who feels disposed may entor tul 3. If any person desires a privnto audience, hi must apply by letter, and on the morrow or following day ho will surely obtain it, for Victor Emmanuel opens all Iiis lott ors himself. One day, when out shooting, ho meta...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 9 February 1861

IA-young gentleman, who hail just married a little un- bind beauty, Havs aho would hare'been tailor, but she mr.Je nf BU¿U úwcioUi lü'atcriids that nature could'not ford it. 1 ? "

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THE ATRICALS. ROYAL VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 9 February 1861

IEE A PR I C A L S.. ' ÄOYATJ YICTOH.1A. I Although tho inclemency of the weather lino militated considerably against tho attendance nt Uio Theatre during tho weok, tho play ol' "Elizabeth," produced for,the. fifth timo on Tuesday oroning, had apparently lost nono or ita "attractions, and a large audience ondorsod tho pre- vious testimonials to ita success. On Wednesday, Miss Provost, on tho occasion of her beno/it, received a most gratifying ovation ; tho pieces selected being tho new play of "Tho Lady of Bullo lalo," a dramatised vorston of tho. novel by Alexandro Dumas, followed by " The Youth who novor saw n Woman." Iii the characters of tho fascinating Gabrielle, and tho bashful Colin, Miss Provost received rapturous and deserved applause, lost ' evening, thia gifted lady appeared.as Bosalind in "Aa Sou Like It" j tho play being followed by tho fares of " Aldgate Pump." An unusually tempting bill of faro is announced for to-night, particulars of winch appear in our advertising ...

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THE RING [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 9 February 1861

FJOTIT TOB .Tmrji8i)A.T NEXT,-Binghnni and Kelly will sl'ttle their, littlo differences ou Thursday next, at a place which .will bo named, to.lhose of thu "right Bort," who may wish to knew, dh Wednesday evening ot Mr Kelly's, the Boso and Brown. Thu "lilllo uns" tiro ro ported us being in good fellló . Kelly under tho 'inow jiglit" auspices of Jack Sullivan, und'Uirigliain attending to lu's " studies" under tho oyo of n. veteran.of tho P.B., it a pines which can bo roached frond Sydney- by rai); Ike friends of Bingham aro full bf confidencej aa thoir maa is n regular f* glutton," and, they say, doesn't know whot hoing licked. mcàiiB i whilo Solly ia described as teing well thought of by his accomplished mentor. From tho character of tho lads, a raro good ?« illili" may be reckoned upon with certainty. - - ' SCW.IV.IH AND TOM: SpAiiKES.-This match .goes on serenely. Tho final stakoltoldcr. hos, slnco our last, ro reired tho articles ana. prcuminory dopoait; nnd wo doubt not Hint tho...

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CRICKET. MATCHES TO COME. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 9 February 1861

CRICKET. , MATCHES TO COME. Thl« Day-Practice,'Match.Domain. I'ob. 14, li, 1«.-Intercolonial Match...Domain. TnB near approach of tho Intercolonial contest, this hoing tho last Saturday before it comes off, entitles us to say a fow words regarding 1)0111 preliminary arrange- ments and futuro. probabilities. At tho Ulna wo aro writing, our opponents aro on. tboir way j and, boforo this ia road by many, will' havo exhibited in practice something of their quality. That Victoria mil on . this occasion prosont a rory formidable front, wo havo no sort of doubt; for not only ia there in that colony a much groatcr scope for.soloction, but tho oleren cham- pions, liavó beon for tho last .two months in almost con- stant practice, whioh, ns wo havo moro than onco said, cannot fail to givo thom a considerable primâ fame ad- vantage. But, 'in- tho mean thnoi what havo wo boen doing ? for at prosont wo havo rather to allude to this, than to inako much mention of tho pains takon on tho other sido....

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SOUTH BRISBANE ANNUAL RACES, 1861. JANUARY 1ST. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 9 February 1861

'SOUTH BRISBANE ÀOTUAI. RACES, 1861. JAKUARV 1ST. Trióse races^cóníp off on Kew' Year's Day with rory .great'suöccaa, {ho feather was all that could bo desirud, :andtho attendant, numerous ; tho proportion of ladies, being much largeti'than is generally seen on a race course. .Shortly after the thno appointed tho bell rang for thc - "first raco vizr:. Tho SOUTH BRISBAKB TLATE, ralue £10, weight lOat j heats, onco oror the course. Horses winnora of a prize exceeding £10 disqualiflod. ?Mr. Cockerill'* b g nob.¡.....i..Usu 'Oil G. Grenier's b m Fanny.G. Granter 1 2 "S I'rccny's r m Mlilge.'..Graham 2 3 2 Sbvln'i ch c Corsclr 'Oockertll's g g Calico Jack :<!. Orr's b g Newbold Freeny'M b g Snipe. ' Dotting nt starting': Fanny 'crc.ii against anything' blamed. They all got off to a good stnrt, Fanny nt once taking tho lea'd, which she maintained throughout,, al- though closely pushed by Midge. Second Heat.-Fanny again sprang off with the lead, which sho hold until within a few...

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