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ARRIVAL OF THE JEDDO WITH THE DECEMBER MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 16 February 1861

ARRIVAL OF THE JBDDO WITH THE DECEMBER MAILS. Tho following summary is compiled from the bitalli penco brought by the nbovo mail. The Jeddo reached King George's Sound on the 8th instant, when owing to some derangement of her machinery she had a very nar- row escape of going on tho roeta. ' Sir Alfred Stephen is a passenger by hor. Tho October Mnils were dollverod in London on tho ICth and 20tl» December. . . " ~" Parliament was to open or» the 6th instant. 1 It was intended that tho marriage of tho Princess Alice with Prince Louis of Hcsaodarmstadt should bo celebrated in the early part of next year. An association, meeting with but little support, has boen formed in Dublin to rovivo the old agitation for a repeal of the \tuiort. Tho working mon of Leeds had hold ¡muienso gather- ings in favour of Parliamentary and other reforms. Tho Ttnlinn agitator Mazzini had returned from Naples to London. The wintor had set in with a severity Unknown for many years. ?. Tho wnv steamers Tfarrio...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 16 February 1861

llATViitKETPittrÈs.-Haj-, li Oil to 8s Od S,straw,4» 0.1 to 4a Od j I wheat, "s 01 tn 7s 3d t oau, 3s ad tn 4s 0.1; bailor, 31ÛJ to3sOJicows, I JC6DS to Ai Ot; calves, £3 10s to £1 ; Imrk, £3 I0s'ttf£4 di pbr ion l I tireen »tua"from lud to Isjierdojicn bundle* *'boru, 4s 3J toJnlkl.'.' ''I

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SPORTING CHRONICLE RACES TO COME. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 16 February 1861

8 P ,0 R T ! N G CHRONICLE HACES TO 0 0 Jtt-.JS. Camdon .".March flfh.Oth. und 7th. l'lcton ~.March 13, 1.1, and 14. Torrlaro .March 118th, Onoma .Mnrrhl3lli.Hih.nnil 15ih Dubbo . _....,."...April 8th, 9th and 10th. Itandwlck, Autiirhfi.«.April, 18th, 19thand 20th, ncToniA. Victoria Jockey Cltjh..Tab. 21, 22, ia. Ca<torton .'..Feb. 26. 27. . Beechworth ..'..Feb. 27, 21, una March 1. Kanalla .fob. 28, and Mareil 1. Otcon Wattle...,,..........March 0.7.8,0. Victual» Turf Club.March 21,22. 23. tJtJEENBLAHD. Queensland Phnmplin Swepituken .May 29th. North Auetrallau Meeting, Ipswich.JunO'ltli, 6th and Olli. TASMANIA, Third Australian Champion Stakes.Soccmbor 3rd.

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 16 February 1861

THETURF. SINCE our last, our eye lias been so full of cricket that we have but little time to tell our verniers much about turf matters. The conclusion of the Bathurst Races will ho found in another place, but we must deler any remarks we may have to make upon them, at all events until next week. We would, however, call attention to the Rand- wick Programme, which appeals this week in its proper shape, with all the necessary corrections and revisions. In the absence of any i acing news from among ourselves, our sporting readers must contînt themselves for this we?k, at any vate, with the intelligence from "Victoi ia, of which of course the entries for and betting on the Two Thousand Guineas are the most prominent features, i>ix-. teen entries, all, save one, ive think bebongmo: to their own colony, speak volumes for the pluck and spirit of our neighbours in racing matters, I and might, we fancy, urge somewhat upon us the propriety of'establishing some such stake, or what we shoul...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ROSINA— A VALENTINE. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 16 February 1861

ROSINA.-A VALENTINE. With gazing on those charms of thino My sôul grows Bad and faint ; . But, turning to St. Vnlontino, Who is n gonlle saint, Said I, tho fair Rosina keeps lier spirit locked from mo : Oh, show my weary heart the hook On whioh sho bangs the key I BTer brenst is liko a frozen lnke, 'On whose cold brink I stand ; < Oh, buoklo on my spirit's skates, And lake mo by tho hand ! And lead thou, loving saint, tho way To whero tho ice is thin, . Thnt it may brenk boncnth my feet And lot a lover in, I soo tho honey on her lip Have pity, samt, on mc, i i « And turn a lonely gentleman , , Into a humblo-bco. Why is it thnt an oyo whose light Should feed but bright-hued petals, In my poor henrt mnkes only night, , And grows but Btingless nettles P > i Whatavor mon hnvo sling of old i Of Cvnthin or Amena Sooms ilut and tamo, and dull and cold, To paint thirjoung Ilosina. AU voices in my dronms Boom hers, And, through my fancies looming, All other forms put on tito fo...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PIGEON SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 16 February 1861

PIGEON SHOOTING. Tlio'so' gentíomori who did not respond to the 'call of Mr Whitfield on Saturday certainly hod at loss, which thoy will not soon find an opportunity of making np for; and all we can say is, that wo pity them; .Doubtless the weather on Friday did not give us the idea of a fino day to follow, noither was the appearance of things carly- on Saturday remarkably cheering ; bût the sun soon shone out, an°d the lucky portion of the invited guosta who " ehanood it," had nothing to regret, but the absence! ' of those others,' who preferred " taking it out" between* tho blankets. Tito appointed hour found a goodly as- semblage of sportsmon on board the William TV Steamer, though,- owing to the threatening rain, tho number was nothing like what it would, and ought to havo been; and after a- highly enjoyable tripj tho laving cargo was discharged at Oratara view, the pioturesquo proporty of tho giver of tho entertainment, ond a spot previously .celebrated in the annals of Colonia...

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 — 16 February 1861

C"i ENTLEMEN. favouring-üs with orders -for- this X Journal will bo pleased to endoso the necessary "advance for sit months subscription, viz 13s, or a £1 noto whiuh will ebver threo quartors of tho year,_

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 — 16 February 1861

ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. ncMITTANOES RECEIVED from M. H" Wagga Waeira; »Ir Il , Port Stephens; W. A., W.irlaldn; W. H., Orange; A. B., Kytitoue; and.fromAVlndaor nnd Parramatta agenta. P. C , SIXHI.UTON.-Acknowledged In paper «roth Instant. "SHOaT WHIST.-A an.l B score double._

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 — 16 February 1861

A PBATEII TWO MILKS LONO.-An oxchnngo describ- ing the doings at Cleveland, in America, says :-" Tho , iirocossion was very fine, and nearly two miles in ougth, as was also tho^ prayer of Dr Porry, the chap- lain."

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 — 16 February 1861

Mus. ¡A.YOHÏA,JoJfKS.-Tlio subjoined paragraph ihns been furnished to the Star by tho highly- imaginativo scandal ijipngop who docs tho Melbourne correspondence far Unit) journal. It only possesses ono disadvantage, vvhiah is ¡that the circuuistunca related no ver occurred, though not, ve should think, from nqith or Jack of wjll or vigour oh the part of tho Thespian ttmazoh'tnus tra- duced. Tlio littlo fiction ruris thiü :-" I ' tañí told of rathol? » no vol revengo whian!, èdm'o"*,dajs ,'ogo \vn9 taken by a certain lady upoiPn drumntio.'cn|io at äandlmist. TlicSandlmrst^oritiri df, a. certain sporting papeí in Bourfeo-streot having contributed sonio thhig rutlior derogatory'of Misk Avbnia Jones; lio was, ono dny acdused df his drror by Miss, Avdtha's mother, nnd confessing his delinquencies rocoived two ar. three »murt boxes of flio eat* in payinont thoroof, lirai Melinda nlny ing tlio part of lUizabcth, Quoou of England, and the luckless dritie, for tlds time only, bcttfg^ forced ...

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 — 16 February 1861

Sr/iüiVAK AND Sr.uíKfcs'.-Tho second deposit of £20 jwido for tilts intoroitjiic mill waVuiade good on Wed- nesday evening, at tito'llosa nnd Crown'; tho bnokora of both men Ubing prdsuht,'nnd expressing every confidence in their protégeas.' Tho third dud lust deposit will be made al Simpson's Hotel, on tho dight ol' tho 22nd inst.

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 — 16 February 1861

NKW Sonrn WELOHJICK bo truo to yoursolvos, And with confidence enter tho ilcld ; Then bo suro that Victoria's '< ELVES" , , i Shall ero sundown their proud laurels yield. Of COSTICK'S log-shooters bewaro, , ,t* Fiom J£AIISHAI.T< your wiukets oloso koop, And tho ltoxrs you'll net in your snaro " Who thought Sydnoy's CHICKENS nslccp ! ,

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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THE RING. Fight between James Kelly and John Bingham For £25 a-side. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 16 February 1861

THE-EJNG. . Fight between James Kelly and John Bingham f *? < For £25 a-side. , The Utile possttgo-ut-nrms botwein thesd light weights was brought to a premature cäriolueion by the intorrup jion of tho "Bobbies," who, on Thursday morning, by "sonio extraordinary coincidence brid arranged ii picnic party to liane Covo, tlio sdon'o of the tourney." IIovv ovcr they did not enter nn appearance Mntil 6 rounds had boun concluded, iri the wholo of which Kelly bud* the advantage over his opponent, drawing flrafc blood, and obtaining first knock down blow! Tho youngsters both fought gnmely, being nbly bnekod-IColly by Sulli | hvau and Ned Bitton, and Bingham by Bill Sparkes and a friend-hut Jfelly's scienco nnd stiporior coildition told in orcry round, and police interference alono prevented his victory. Hud the contest boon prolonged a few minutes, we bolieve that Kelly would have loft the ring (as he did) without d scrdttih, whileBingham'» facial mi uollisliuionts would Imve bce...

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 — 16 February 1861

lodi' BACH -A foot race for two pounds itside,1 dis- tance one hundred yards, caine off on wednesday on the "Bathurst Rued Course between Mr. James Cock and irr' Thomas Falvey. A good start waa made and tho 'race was noll contested.! Falvey wou by half u yard ; («mc, 10 sooondsi |

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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THE RING IN VICTORIA. Fight between Charley Brock and Joe Kenny, for £100. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 16 February 1861

THE BUM* IN VICTORIA. Fight between Charley Brock and Joe Kenny, for £100. Notwithstanding the anticipated diflloulty in getting a light off in the neighbourhood of Castlemaine, the sport- ing community of that district havo liad quite a gala week. Their appetite for gladiatorial exhibitions seomed rathor whetted than appeased by the fight between the above namod combatants, mid as a second course and a dessert, two other mills wore adjusted mid got through satisfactorily. But ns Brock and Kenny's "affair" was the first dish and the^iece de resistance providod for the occasion, wo will proceed with our roport of that ovont. Tho majority of our reudors aro doubtless awnrc that after tho fight between Ned White and Bristol Bill, Konny, who bad seconded tho former, challenged to fight any one, at any woight, for a. purse, and in proof of his earnestness offered to contribute to the prize. The only man ou tho ground who scorned likoly or able to opposo hint was Charley Brock, but as tho...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
VICTORIA— SECOND INNINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 16 February 1861

VICTORIA -SFCODD IkNlwoa Jacomb, ran out.,.° »rodle, c Ward, li Richardson ... .. ,. O' Briant, c llichnrilson b Kinloch, Ullli' ...'. .' 1« Huddleston, b Kinloch, 1 1 I 1 ... >'...'.'.' 4 Costlck, not out, 1 12 12 ... .*. .,, ... ' . '» Makinson, not out. ... , . ,- 0 b, 1 ; 1 b, 11 wide, 3 . x ... ' .,. '. _« ' ' , . .. 2Ö . With four wickets down. , , , ? ,

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 — 16 February 1861

SPORTIVO.-On Tuesday, tho 5th inst, a match for £20 was ran on the Launceston course betwcon Mr. H. D. Parr's lair Mell, ridden by B. Winters, and Mr. W. H. Rowling's Zoo, ridden by tho owner. Onco round tho course, beats. The match was won by Fair Nell. Examiner February 7th.

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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N. S. WALES— FISRT INNINGE. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 16 February 1861

N. S. TVAIVES.-TlRsr INNINOH. VVanl, b Elliott, 1 . ... T.. ... 1 Clark, c Jacomb, b Costlck, 1 I 1,1 .. . * Kinloch, runout, ihr. Hammersley, st. Marshall,<1 1 1 ... 3 nilbert, li Bryant, 11121111111111. 1» Thompson, li Hr> ant, 1 I 3 2 . ' Uccston, li Co»tick . « Nuwcombe,notout,l I 111111111!! Ililli 2... ¡¡3 Lewis, b Costlck,-1 1. ,. 2 Howley, c Hammersley, b Bryant ... ... ... ,».. - ° Hlclianlson, b Costlck. '.. . 0 'Kettle, I li w, b Costlck. !.. 7 . 0 1>, 1| lb,4, w.S .i,..1 ... .' - 10 71 AKALVSIS OP Jlowr-lKa. ' ' nnll«. linns. M. overs, wickets. Wiles. Noes > Tlllott ... 10b ... 27 .. 13 ... 1 ... 2 ... 0 , . Costlck ... IM ... 25 ... 2d ... S, ... I ' ... 0 llrymtt ... 78 ... 12 ... 10 ..u " 3' ... 8 ...O'

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 — 16 February 1861

Cn-AnwrY BROOK: Airo BIM. ECOLEIOIT.-Those won mot at Bendigo*, and have agreed to fight in that district for £100 aside, in nina woclts. Tho articles will be drawn up, and a further doposit mndo, on Tuesday next nt the Victoria hotel. Since tho above preliminary meet- ing Ohnrloy Brook has been arrested, on a warrant from Fryer's Town, for a breach of the penco there in his fifjlit with Konny, and on tho following morning was remanded to that place.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 16 February 1861

[At tho conclusion of tho big fight, a purse of six or seven pounds was subscribed. A rattling' »ill ensued between Davo Whito and James liddy, in which the former was the victor. On tho following day Jemmy. Martin fought and boat George Thompson, for a nurse of nearly £12. As, however, tho heavy floods delayed the arrival of our report till a late hour last night, we are compelled to hold over the details till next week.] '

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