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

An Amorieau editor vonts his rage ns follows :-" We would Bay to the rascal who stole our shirt off the polo vrhilo we lay in bed waiting for it to dry that wo sin- cerely hope that the collar may cut his throat." "Served him right," says another. "No business to havo a shirt. A protty editor thus to bo indulging hi such luxuries. We expect tho next thing, to bear of tho fellow aspiring to wear stocking*, und beaver huts ! Oh, the avarice, unroasonabloncss, and extravagance of some folks!" At IMoppo, in France, a fnmous bathing place, thoro is a polico established v* lioso duty it is to rescuo porsons from danger. The following notico vvus recently issued to them:-"Tho bathing polico nro requested, when a Indy is in dnngor of di owning, to sciro her by the dross and not by tho hair, which oftentimes romain in their grasp. Nowfoundlnnd dogs will also govern themselves accordingly I" A certain linon-drapor waited upon a lady for the nmoitnt of an art icio purchased at his shop. She en...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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THE VICTORIAN TURF. GEELONG AND WESTERN TURF CLUB RACES. (From B. L. in Victoria and Electric Telegraph.) FIRST DAY-WEDNESDAY, 30TH JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 16 February 1861

THE VICTORIAN TÜRR GEELONG AND WESTERN TURF CLTJB RACES. fFrom J?. J/, in Victoria and Electric Telegraph.) FIRST DAY-WEDNESDAY, 80TII JAXUAJIT/. MAIDEN PXATK, of 80 sovs ; -weight for age ; distance, one milo and a half, lintronco, 5 sovs. Mt A. Chirnside'» bl m Fortress, by Delapre, 5yrs, Sst IÏ1». Carter 1 J. Morrison's bl g Black Doctor, 3 yr«, »st 181b.Holley 2 8. Waldock's b g Lancaster, ft yrs, 7st 1.11b....Waldeck 3 A. Chirnside'! grm Mystery, S yrs, 9jt 111b.Mitchell 3 " C. M'lvoiJ b g Martello, S yrs, 9st 111b.Howell 0 C, M'Ivor's b g Garibaldi, i yra, Sit Olh.Gillan] 0 II. Howell'« b in Wildflower, -I yrs, Oat 61b.Perkins 0 II. Yeend'a br c Donation, 3 yn, Sit 21b.Yeend O II. Phillip*'* cb g Prattler, 3 yrs, 7st 131b.Bishop 0 Betting': 3 to 1 agst Black Doctor ; 4 to 1 each agst Fortress and Donation ; 5 to 1 agst Prattler. Tho 'lot got away well together, Donation showing the way to tho firrft turn, when ho rosigned in favour of Garibaldi, the latter holding the front pl...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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BATHURST RACES. (From Bathurst Free Press, February 9.) SECOND DAY, WEDNESDAY. FEB 6. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 16 February 1861

BATHURST RACES. (From Bathurst Free Press, February QJ SBCOKD DAY, WEDNESDAY. PKB. 6. . This day was ushered in with threatening looking clouds from the southward, and a* the morning advanced it was evident tlwt a slorin was brewing. At about 12 o'clock the rain came do*vn in n complote torrent, ac- companied by thundor and lightning ; the storm lasted for about half an hour, and the rain continued to fall at intervals throughout the day. Tho attendance in con- sequence of the unfavourable state .of tho weather was Tory small, hut notwithstanding nil the drawbacks much interest win evinced in tho several race«, and the people of the Western Districts have occasion to bo proud of the performances of thoir horses which have up to this time carried off nearly ovory prir.e. It wai nearly one o'clock when the bell* wa« rung for saddling, and shortly afterwards the second bell announced the time for start- ing tho "" Fürst Race.-Tho MEMBERS' PCBIB of GO eovs, with a 8 we ops takes of äsov...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 16 February 1861

^PlCi''IÍE\VABD.^Bay .gdíiiihgj 'branded 150.lía' '<^;A" Í udder iicar rib¡r I'M'pounds' will b'o paid'upon) conviction',* if stolon, and two pounds'upon rcoövoryjif ^tfeyud)' Bj.GäOD, Ldngbotttiin." '.y ' ?''.?...;"..''':V1',56 " IX) 'PtJULlOAK'S ahdpthera^Öi^ÖAL^i'abaWnin; l>Ju';i :liitiulsoiuo ,Bartíttiri¡ra. complete'. ' ; Apply-'to''CON.-.' SÏAllLEjàna TUK¡^ ;¡ V,\157¡ LUNfJnBOîfS DATLX ifroiriía-rtÚl:,' 3 ío'cio'okv-' ;.'. SAMÚEli DAVIS,.^Ex!ubition-Uoto|!'',I'it^nñd; Mnrltet stfnobi.- .".',? -.L''^f%'4..»-V'J-.y?AJ?,FMrf'%.'Ir\-liiOJ aARRrT ínCHOLS.intcly in^ tlio omplby of-.I?rancis' .'Smith, Eso.., tTil'ii.CooUngdou, Goomu. :-. Any por- tion knowing tho present address ^of.tlio ahpy.o",-is',rc-! quested tá'fórwárait to ltia Frither'nt this ófflce.:^ _\.. G~XENMbRB .NyoOLWASIIlNGr;" : läSl'ABllsil ?.' iMEui'l'.-^Tliri undersignedaro prepared ' to receive wool ilitlhc greiiso) clthorto liamivvttHi cr scoufi '"TrVool classed and pnclted for sliipniont» Orí.wool i...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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BELL'S LIFE IN SYDNEY. SYDNEY, FEBRUARY 16, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 16 February 1861

BELL'S' LIFE IN SYDNEY. SYDNEY, FEJiTHTATlT 10, 1SC1. Äs the business of the House progresses, so do Ministerial "difficulties" appear to increase. Rav after «layare questions of the most "inconvnicnt" description nut to Ministers, whose ingenuity is .sorely taxed to frame answers sufficiently adroit to meet the obstructive querists. Tliesp annoy- . anees, Tiowever, are not the only drawbacks to offici 4 comfort ; there are other anil more weighty causes of anxiety 'o disturb the golden slumbers of Ministers who are now painfully conscious of¡ the (act, that tlieio is no official rose, without its thom. Tho very men in whose docility the Cabinet had placed its "entire confidence," anil .luou«;!» »vliosc pliant agency Ministers indulged in tho delusive hope of carrying everything before them in tVio Assembly, have be?n the Mist to be ' tny that- « aspish petulance which rend rs their support as galling as it is humiliating to those who, in their hearts Tegard thorn personally willi s...

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SYDNEY HORSE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 16 February 1861

' ' :"-'\> _.. ... aYDKEVHORSEMARKET.1-; ._?} <J 'TV':*! ?i Meurs Uiirt and G'o,lnive no cha ixe to report In IMc horse market, notwithstanding the large .numbers or horses constantly offering, it Is a liUHciillj- to obtain Hood useful itocR. Upstanding sriddlo anil frtff horses are f-cncntlty scarce and rcadllv ltrlntt fair, rates; vr'ccs for nfirlor stock vary but little, about 100 low prlcinl horses Have ljuon purchased for the Kow Zealand market, dorins the wook, at from £3 10s to £10 each, other prices about «anio ni last week.' A lot of Mr Weston's from Horsely front £11110s to £i0 I«, Mr C. Mortyn reports tho market lias not varied rriuch illnee last report, VV denhlnd has sp>unr* up for horsos for Kow Zealand and ha| caused n little stir in tlio murlee!, us a considerable number of low priced homes were bough' for shipment. The nUiitberof sale) mode during tho Meek Iiasbcen very larne- «..numerous altîi-dani-c> was nttracfed by tho solo 'of Sir D. Cooper'...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 16 February 1861

LOCAL IWTELLiaEirC'E: .PxraovK l'OHTics.-Piignucity is ceitomly among tho prevailing propunsities-ol tho'day.1 Heroics are suf- fering' a revival, and if mutters go on in the same spirited way wo shall soon need the epic pen of -saina southam Homer to record tho glorious-deeds of our Ajaxes 'and iTcetors. It ia indeed consoling in these " satisfactory'^ timad to see the doctrinos of " imiscular ehi'isliimify," and tho claims of " physical education" receiving that uniount of consideration to which their striking ntorits entitle them. In the Legislative Assembly ii low ui'eniiigs since a rcmarknblo proof of the union of mind mid muscio was furnished when nn honorable und eminent member went so far Xforlli as to introduce a motion censuring that old andt universally respected public serrant, ,tlio Water Police Magistrate, fur having nocupted bail.in.tho onso of Crawford, luto muster of tho ship Norna. ' On tho merits of, the motion itself, or tho" enlightened arguments em- ployed by i...

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THE SPIRIT OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 16 February 1861

THE SPIRIT OP THE WEEK. Tho all-absoiding event of the week has of course boon tho Intercolonial Cricket Match, which has created an ahnet unprecedented amount of interest. Busnioss continues quiet, but the fnv oursblo naturo of the commercial nowa per Joddo induces a belief that im- provement maybe looked for, Tho ''freo sélection" clituso of tho Xnnd Bill was car- not! in tho Assembly orí Thursday ovoning. | Tho Ada steamer, formerly of Melbourne, has been totally wrecked on the bar of tho Clutha river, New Zealand ; orow and passengers saved. According to tho Neto Zcalandcr tho following screw war steamers uro now en route from England for service .in New Zealand :-Chnr}bdi3,'2I guns ; Hnrrior, 17 j Desperate, 8¡ and tbd Miranda, 15. It was in the Iatle\ vessel that tho gnllant son of the late Lord Lyons was killed whdst in the command of lier m tho lilack Sen during tho Criirtenn wnr. --Tlio snmo authority States that tho Iris and Nigor aro under limncdinto orders for home. Insp...

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CRICKET. SIXTH GREAT ANNUAL INTERCOLONIAL: MATCH. N. S. Wales v. Victoria. THURSDAY, FRIDAY, AND SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 14TH, 15TH, AND 16TH. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 16 February 1861

C RICKE T. SIXTH GREAT ANNUAL INTERCOLONIAL: MATCH. - -"-.-', - N. S. Wales v. Victoria. THURSDAY,' FRIDAY, AND SATURDAY, EEB v' RUARY l*ru, 15ra, AX» ICTU, . . Of all sports and amusements in whioh wo take part, or of whioli wa road, none, perhaps, 13 so thoroughly, so unmiätukeubly English as Cricket. Huntinc ana horse racing, in some form or other, have beon carried on in all countries, and from all time, but only in Britain and her offshoots is the noble game of cricket cither understood or appreciated. As a national pnstinio whioli draws out tho true manly attributes both of body and mind, unal- loyed with the love of gain, wo search tho world's history in vain for its counterpart : and there is not on tho earth's surface a spot, however insignificant, to which tho Briton has found his way wherb tho bat and wickets have not followed him, There may not bo a race course, there may bo no gamo to shoot, no fox to hunt, yot cricket will flourish wherever cloven men or boys of Englis...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 16 February 1861

-.«J "* I I lliMilllftlMli^iä^jjF THIRD AUSTRALIAN CHAMPION STAKE of £500, with a swoop of £100 ouch added, half forfeit open to nil the Austral inn Colonies. Provided thrco or moro horses start, the second horse to receive £200, and the tlurd horse £100 out of the Sinke. To be run for over tho NEW TOWN RACE COURSE in TASMANIA, on TUESDAY, tho 3rd dayof December, 1861. DuUnco, thrco miles. , Entries to bo addressed and forwarded to the Seoro tuy, Derwent Hotel, Hobart Town, oil or boforo tho 1st of Septombor, 1861. Forfeits to be declared one month before tho day, of tho race. Stone, lbs. Woighto... Syrs. old ... 7 0 4 ,.8 6 6 » » . ... 9 0 C " ,, Angod,., 9 5 SrSWAILDS. J. If. B. Tabnrt, Esq. Tilomas Field; Esq. John Lord, Esq. John Field, Esq. W. Keornoy, Esq .Jas. Lord, Esq. W. Doddery, Esq. 'G-. A. Kemp, Esq. S. Blackwell, Esq. To »ct with Stowards to bo appointed by each of tho Colonies. J. W. GRAVES, 1015 ' _Hon. Sec. RANDWICK AUTUMN. MEETING. THURSDAY, FRIDAY, and SATURDAY, 1...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 16 February 1861

Bell's Lift in Jj/rf/ir-/ and Sporting Chronicle is published every Saturday morning. Country Subscriber» will be receiyetl on pay- ment of Six Months In Advance, viz., 13s. The Quatters end un the 3lRt Mnrcli, .lOtli June, 30th September, and 31st December, respectively, at which periods only can Subscribers re linn, un pa\ lug np arrears. Parties .subscribing In the middle of a Quarter will onh be chnrued from the date of their commencing. Adver- tisements must specify In writing on the face of tliein the number of insertions, or they will be continued and charged accordingly, till countermanded. AGENTS FOR TRIS JOURNAL. Dr.li.'« LIPK in SyiiMET may be oblnined ever) Saturday at Mr Donovan's, Tobacconist, King-street ; Mr Connolly's, South Head Road; Mr Andrew's, Chippendale ; MrSlinVs, Parramatta Hoad ¡ Mr Twynam at the Railway Station ! Mr leslie. Parra matin-street; Mr Mattos, Drlckiield Hill ¡ Mr Bancroft, Park etrcet; Mr Fnnser, George-street South ¡ Mr Jackson, Qcorgc street...

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THE EATRICALS. ROYAL VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 16 February 1861

T~H EATKICÀ.I1S. ROYAL vioroittA. The iuflux of visitors to the metropolis during tim " cricket week" ha« hail tho natural consequeneo ol' fill ingjliQ theatro nightly j'und tho nianagcmeiit lins loft no stone unturned to unteitiiiu its pntrons with a succession of n,oveltios, ciirofully ca3t, and as carefully represented. In rpndpring justice, to'Miss Provost! in the suvoral cha- racters she lias triumplumtly undertaken, wo confess that we have beea somewhat romiss in piyim» due tributo to another lady-Miss- Morgan, which muy pos- sibly bo attributnble to our personaliibsenco iiom publio mnuscmonts for several weeks patt ; but we cannot allo\v( this lady's imporsdnation of the Marchioness," in the "Lady of Bello'IsloJ" to pass'over without expressing our gratification at the marked improvement vvhicli «ho has of i lato manifested ; proving that the study of her profession is ns much a labour of love ns of ambition. Her naivete and repnrteo as the coquettish Marchioness wore'telling...

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SECOND DAY'S PLAY [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 16 February 1861

SECOND DAY'S IHAY The lowering appearance of Friday morning hart nnite vanished by tho time play commenced, and indeed (ho weather was wnrnior than that of tho preceding day. The number of spectators was larger thart on Thursday, I but the ordor maintained, was Blich ns wo linvo' seldom mtneeBod where tho asaomblago was so larRf ; the police, ot»horn, as oh the previous day, a sufficient number were on tho grourid, linving not tho least difficulty in Vpoping tho crowd within bounds. Tho ground in tho morning was much improved, and moro lively than on Thursday, and our men, although with'nppcnrnnccB agiinat thora wore far from deficient in confidence. It wanted Imt a minute of 12 -nhon "tho Holbourne elften nppenrod in-tho flold, Mr 'Hnminorsloy wearing a Finde 01 or his left eye, which bad been injured in proc- he' on Wednesday ; and wo could now understand, with- out miieh difficulty, his being put out in tho first iniiings hr tho first ball. An accident Jo ono of tho best,'or em t...

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FIRST DAY'S PLAY. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 16 February 1861

hlTRSr.DAY'SPL'AT» ! : The Victorians having tho choice,' elected, oóntraryut6 goiiornl expectation, to take theirinuihgs, arid'tho eleven of Now South Wales having beon lodged at their several stations by Captaiu Ward, nt eight minutos to 12, Bro- die and Mace appeared ut tho wickets. Captain Ward took the bowling at the north end, and Brodie com- menced by o draw to leg for ono, Mnco following suit in tho samo over with ono to tho off. Kinloch,.who handled tho bull at tito,other end, began with a maiden over to Mnco ; and, in tho next, Brodie drove Ward away for s couple of twoB. Maco followed with a " stolon ono" off Kinloch, Nat Thompson making a good attempt to stump Brodie, in the same over. Maeo thon recoived a maiden, over- from Ward, Brodio, in the next, getting "Kinloch, away for a doublo und a single. - - . ----- - » Tho pair at (ho wickets sconled in for a long leassj whon, in tho followhigovor, Woco was run olit in trying a rather Bhort one by JBrodie, well fielded by Q...

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SINGULAR AFFILIATION CASE IN HOBART TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 16 February 1861

SINGULAR AFFILIATION CASE IN HOBART TOWN. MOUOAK T. fONTS. Tho Mayor prooocded to give judgmont in this case, -observing that the delay which lind, occurred had onablod him and his brother magistrate, Mr. D. lewis, carefully to consider the evidence, which he now proposed to analyse Ho would first take the oridenco of the com- plainant, Margaret Morgan, morely taking a few of tho principal points. It appeared then, that sho first be- came acquainted with the defendant by introduction, and Boon after ho promised her marriage, took a house and offered to furnish an apartment for her in which sho could carry on her business of a milliner. Sho always went to chapel with him up to a certain date. Sho heard him pray at tho Bagge! School. Ha read tho Bible to her. She used to take tea at his house, on which occasions sho took off her bonnet. This was the testimony, of Miss Morgau, and what did Mr. Jones say ? Ho said that ho had known tho complainant, but was not introduced to her, as bo w...

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ENGLISH STEEPLECHASING. Honorable Artillery Company's Steeplechases. HENDON— DEC 1. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 23 February 1861

'ENöLlSH. 'STEEPLECHASING. Honorable Artillery Company's Sieeplecliases. 1TEKDOK.-DEO. 1. . A CITABB-Ü TANKAM) and PAIII of ÖOBt-gts, foi nion hors of tho Troop of Horso Artillery; weight ;'12at i oneo round. - ' Jfr. T. Jay's Liberator, 12st, (carried 12st llb ......Owner C. Jay's Surprise, 12>t....Owtier . Liberator led- ovor tho outgoing fenece, followed at* short intorvnl by Surprise, tho two running vory wide c onch other as they ascended tho hill. On waking: th turn for tho right, however, Surprise took n «light lenci but Liberator soon drew nway.again and carno in alone Surprise, who slightly blundered at the brook, Walkini in. A magnificent TASKAKT) and tho ontmilco money } ' opoi to all members of yeomanry, tho ironournhlo ArliUor; . Company, and "Volunteer. Corps { ovor about four mile of fair hunting country i weight 12st j entrance, 3gs . 17 entrios. ... Ur. IT. Mason's Slr Charles, by Slr Citarles, list - ...........Öirncr C. Frome'* Llnknoy, I2st <.,..,.,...

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SYDNEY HORSE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 23 February 1861

SYriRByiIÓB.SÉ MATtKIÍT. ' Messrs JJurt and Conotlécïmlo.«Iteration. In tho horso market. Good useful Hones »ell readily, whilst Inferior and common- horses arc liara to get olTat any prices: Du^ingthc tfceK wo'have cleared' several lots' from .. Kiama, . ShoWlinY eil, and Moltla'nd. . Harness' horses going from'£l5-to .£30;'hackneys, Xii) to.£20; common horses, £ J to £3; alsoa very inferior lot of 20 In the cattle yarda, at an u<rcraxc of £1. .. ' .':. . .. ; ' ' Mr. CTtarlcs Marlyn reports the Mles have becn'prdtty lirlsk since ;lait report, though not quito so cxtcnstvo as.for tlic'past fevr vrecktf. Tltc.cessatlon of .arrivals.of largocountry drafts of horses has had tho eirect orçleariiiiî the market of much stock that: had' remained on hand fot some timo. . 'The prices obtained ( this '«'cele are very ! good, and thonwkct i» unwifceod forillosalc.of all* kinds' of.showy serviceable saddle anUiiar'rn»s. horgcs...f y,:;; j- i , ..*». .,,

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SYDNEY MARKETS FRIDAY. WHOLESALE PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 23 February 1861

SYDNEY r MARKETS, FRIDAY.., WIIOI.WAI.B FRIGBS. ' -WnEAT.6i£dto7sO<1 porbmliel: flour, £18 to £10 por Inns maize, 4* to 4s OJ: barlaypJ^oapoUIUo, OiporliuiholUiny. oaton, £6.to £8i lucerne; £3 I Os to £4 per toa: butter, Od to M ; cheese;: 6<l ta 1st bacon Od to 8d per lb ! RUB 0.1 to la par dozen ¡ fowls, 2» OJ t. Ss 6a per couple, potatoes, -£si to JED per-ton ¡ fat-jiliis Oit'to 8a per lb i b«r,,408. mut- ton, 50 .per cwt i Hides. Si to lis i tobacco, ls 2d to J« od per lb, best quality; Lucerne seed ls Bil per lb, retail 2«; perennial red clover, ditto ditto: whtlo 'l>uleh, '2s'Odpci lb ; »tallon . and . rtil^ol Krasses; 2s0d per lb, sorghum eacxaaratum.M per lb Í «ced oats 33 Od to li. por bushel. .« « » -\ '.' . . '. I ?-. y. \ FBRRI4 AND SON, Commission Agents.

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(To the Editor's of Bell's Life in Sydney.) [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 23 February 1861

(To the Editor's of UeWs Life in Sudneul) U-BitTiiBirEX,-Momo Xew. days sinco I came to Sydney,' . bringing with mo a colt and a Ally of some pretensions, and fully oxpected to bo.ablo to train thom on'tho course' nt Randwick ; what'was- my surprise, to find that tho'. Jockey Club had changed their-what shall I call it minds; and after haying all things,in readiness Jfor tho opening of tho course, and harpur led ' trainers arid owners to holibvó tluít thoy. co'uld safely and properly bring out their young stock, they suddenly, without any warning, declaro that tho; sandy track, dignified .by tho name of -training-ground, Shall bo tho ;only spot;on which tho foot of colt or filly can, lawfully press. ' Now, this is, to say tho least of it, ot breach,'of íüth with the E'ublic, and must entail on'many otlirrsj.-besides mo) a eavy loss, for no consideration' would make mb venture on" the dangor which galloping over their" far tob. thinly spread tan would: risk. -Now;, geritlomori, may I...

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BELL'S LIFE IN SYDNEY. SYDNEY, FEBRUARY 23, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 23 February 1861

BELL'S LIFE IN SYDNEY. , 'syj)NÉTt FEMEUÀilY 23, 18ÔÏ. _lN*tlie Legislative ' Council on AVednes'day even- ing,the notable "temporary scheme " of our acute Fifiancè Minister was thrown out by a significant majority of 19 to and, as,a consequènçe,1 the j J minister' .will have''' the pleasure bf returning to those tent} 'have paid ft the amount qf increased "duties,.receivedi during 'the. month. . tn thus.em-; phaticallv rejecting this paltry ministerial man-' 'oeuvre,", èhe 'Council lias acted wisely arid well V and ' it 'Hjijtb' 'lie hoped'tliat'in'dealing with other ' Schemes" ilfat'tvill shortly be submitted to them, honourable gentlemen will evince. the same inde- pendence, and e"xerci>'e their constitutional powers "with-á similar regard. f<ir the public welfare. The cdeTeat ' of this .ridiculous "nfedsirre by tlie Upper TfÖusö 'has created no surprise,. and ministers themselves were, no-.doubt, fuïly prepared for this "signal .discomfiture - "o'f their financial ...

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