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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 23 February 1861

Printed und Pübhahod by GEOHGE FButtiíiifl I'ICKÏIIINO I otid CHARLES Hani/row NICHOLS, at tho Bell's z{ft . tu Sydney Printing Office, 220, CaBtlerouglfatrcet, Sydney, New South Walo?,- Saturday Feb. 23, 1801.

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 — 23 February 1861

T H E T UR F y BUT little lias been doing on racing topics since, our last, The Albury'running will be..found below, from which it appears that our old' friend Wildrakc lias again had to put' up with delea' Tallis horse has now been tried, on various courses, hilt nowhere has lie done as well as at Randwick. From Melbourne we learn that in consequence of the flooded state of the race-course, the Jockey Club, meeting has been postponed for a week. Of coming events in our own colony we have this woek but little to say ; we must however remind owners of horses that the entries for Camden close on Tuesday next, Feb 26. And further, that on the first of March," which will -he next Friday,-all nominations for thc Great Queensland Champion Race must be received by the Secretary/ In t is latter case those gentlemen Who have not already sent in their entries,'will, wefear, he rather behind hand. The most interesting event of the week, having any reference to racing, has been the ac- tion bro...

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 — 23 February 1861

IIATKXBJCET PftWcs-liny, ?isO.I 'lo 'Cj Cd : straw, 4s Ort lo it 6d : wheat,7s Sit to 7s"6d toots, 3s 9d tn4>0J| liarlor. 3s OJ to Us Od; cowa, XO Os to £9 Od; calrcsr£l Ss t.> £1 IS ; burk' JU. 10s tn £4 Os por ton-; green stun" from OJ tu ls por dozen' bundles ; com. 4s 01 tu 4s Od.

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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A NICE LITTLE JOB. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 23 February 1861

. À, NICE ¿ÍXTLE JOB..: Thp caso pf. Dumaresq[v.- "Robertson, triod in tho Su ; promo Court á short timé since,'aiförds a striking illus- tration" pf tho fneility with-which, loviésj.bn the-publie purso may bo made, in thia colony.' . . Tho fà'èts connected with this curious caso aro shortly these; In tho-year 182G Now South Wales was blosse'd Ky tho m-rival pf Governor Darling, a gentleman who attninod corisîdorabïe'oolébrity as tho mgonious inventor of iron shirl collars for tho uso of tho military. With tho Governor carno also tho plain- tiff in tho present action,-hot with any-particular idea of " Bottling," but ns ari inducement for hun to do so,- the Gorornment kindly offurod liim six aoros of land at Woo- loomooloo Bay, with tho porspoctivo viow of tho snug 'berth bf-Doputy. Surveyor Gonornli Tho gallant captain could not resist such allurements, and,1 happily'for tho colony, ho " decided'to stop."- Tho olinrnotcr of the land -at Wooloomoolop-Bay hoing possibly considered too...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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THE QUEENSLAND TURF. (From our own correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 23 February 1861

THE ttUEENSlVAJSTD TUBF. ' (From our oten correspondent.) : Since my Inst letter to you everything hore has conti I nucil in its usual State of dulnossj thc only sporting ¡ event of any kind that I liavo to acquaint'yon-with is'tlie match between Midge and Dovor, a detailed account of which you will lind , below. Tho stewards of tho North Australian Jockey Club have issued (heir progrnmmc, which, no doubt, you liavo received ore this.. Tho only two events of any interest that it contains aro'the Maiden .Pinto it 120 soys, and the North Aiistjnlinn.Plate of 150. Tho latter may certainly bo looked upon ns n.godd prize", mid one well qualified to provo tho mettlo of tho champion winner. Tho Maiden Plato is, as usual, n failure, from tho fact Of its being heats. AU tho other events may measure help to defray tho training expenses of the win- ners. You frill porceivo Hint with thc exception of the North Australian Plato, Welter, Ladies Purso, and Forced Handicap; every other ovont on tho...

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 — 23 February 1861

: THE SPIRIT OF THE . WEEK.' . J Tho past week hos not boon marked by the occurrence of anything remarkable. . Business continues quiet,, but n. slight improvement has manifested itself, which gives' promise of increased activity. . / ;Tho Parliamentary proceedings of tho week haye boon distinguished by tho rejection in tho Council bf tho ab- surd attempt to raise the ditty on spirits. Tho Bill. was thrown out by 19 to 4. "? .>..-.'. ' In tho Assembly tho cstimntos have formod tho princi- pal business of tho week. Tariotis' attempts at reduc- tions of salaries wore made, but, " with thc. exception of that of tho Eaihvay Traulo Managor, whioh was struck, out,,wore negatived.; ? ' , .. , ... . A . committee ', was ' obtained . ' in ' oppbsifioh^ to ; tho Government to enquire into the circumstances connected with the erection, of a fence iu tho Outer Domain by,, thc Crioket Association. :-- .. ? . . i- - . ; j Provision has also been made by Parliament for tho duo, representation, ...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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SENT TO HEAVEN. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 23 February 1861

SENT TO HEAVENJ I lind a mcssrigo to sond her, To her .whom my soul loved best J But I liad my task to finish, . And she had genio' homo to rest. To l'est iii tho far bright hcaveii Oh, so far away from hore ¡ It was vain to sneak to my darling; - For I kriow she' could riot hear; I had a message to send Herl, So tondor, arid true, and sweet ; I longed for an angel to bear it, And lay it dow« at her fcct.. I placod it ono' sriuitnor evening On d little' wliito cloud's breast ; But it faded in goldon spleiïdoiny And died on thc crimson west; I gavo it tho birk, noxt morning, And I wdtohe'd it soar and soar ; But its pinions grow faint and weary; And it iluttorod to earth onco more; To tho heart of a rose I told it ; ? And tho parumic, swoot and rare, Crowing nunton tho bluo bright etiler, "Writf lost in tho blue bright dir; I laid it upon d censor;' ¡ . ? Arid I saw tho incensó' rise j But its clouds of rolIWg silver CcVuld riot reach the far bluo skies. ' I cried in ray passionate l...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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THE PETITION OF "THE 5000 LADIES. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 23 February 1861

THE PETITION OF ."/THE 5000 LAÍDÍÉS.'? TO BB PRESENTED .TO THB TÍOU3B BT THE HON.' JoiIN. , ROBBirWON, OK THE; GBEÀT FKSCE; QUESTIOK." ' "Enlightened Senators .who, round tho chair ; : .' ', !. ,Of .Mr. Speaker, lounge so debonair,. . ", Behold, a swcot petition wo present, Not doubting but you'll giro it your assenti 'Tis nicely witton in tho Italian hand, On perfumed paper from ourfatherland,.,.-.'-. Arid couched m languago flt for you to read. ,?' ?Tho draft was drawn by. our swoot Willy Bede, Who for 'i.Tho Ladies," thanks in funny speeches,., . Adds, after dinners, to the wino and peaches. Ho ia tho standing counsol for tho ladies ; And father-gohem for. lill.thoir babies. Of great importance, too, is thia appeal, , Concerning, as it does, tho public weal ; . . And thcreforo to secure your, gravo'attention, : '' 'Tis quantum suff. the " noblo gamo" to mention.' / ' Wo love tho heroes of tho bat rind boll, Prom littlei Newcombe up to Tunks so tallj ' . Almost'as iriucli as.thoso...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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THE RING. FIGHT TO COME March 26— Sullivan and Tont. Sparkes, £50 aside. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 23 February 1861

THE RING. . .,3?ian:T.m.coME.:-,,jí ,. .Ï Varch 20.-J. Sullivan and.Toni. Sparkes, £50 aside. . Tho fight botwcon 'Kelly arid Bingham scorns but little likoly to como to anything. Tho baokors of tho latter aro now,anxious to draw stakes ; and no wonder, whon thoir. man had; not tho ghost of a chance, that thoy don't care to put him in tho ropos any moro. Tho duty of tho rofcroo appears rory simplo, and that of tho merç is, ovi-, dently, to, abide by his decision ; but it seems a very hard caso that tho winning man should bo compelled to loso his money, cither from tho indecision of tho ono, or from tho unwillingness of ono of tho othors to continuo tho con- test. ', AVe.hopo tho affair will bo pvoporly settled; it is tho froquont occurronco of such " barneys " which des- troys tho, prestige of the P. lt., and rondors it now al- most impossible to got'a " mill " brought oiT properly.. Having had nothing to do with tho matter in quostion, wo give no opinion upon it ; hut wa would warn...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 23 February 1861

Bell's Life in Sijilniü And áparltmr CKtonkle is published every' Saturday morning. Country Subscribers will" be received ort my-. ment ul'Six Months in Adéatice, vii., 13s.. Tho Chta'ríeís end on the3Ist Mureil, 30tli June, JOtff September, nnd 31st Becefnber; respectively: tit which periods only can Subscribers reston, on paying up1 arrears'; Parties aulúfcriblnK In the mtddlcof a tiuatter will only bc charged front the date of their commencing. Adver- tisements must specify Iii writing on the face of them the number of Insertions, or they, will be continued arid chargea accordingly, ' till cemiternianded._;__^ '

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THE BANQUET. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 23 February 1861

THE BANQUET. - J Tlie dinner, that certain wind-up of all British sports, carno, off on Saturday óvoning in tho Excliango Hall. Mr Darrall, Cj.C. presided, faced by Mr Richard Jones, and tho company included Iiis Excellonoy, Colonel Kempt and Staff, the Mombers of tho Ministry ; several gentle- men from both Legislative bodies, a largo number of tho 'elite ot Sydnoy Society, and tho two cricketing clovens, with their friends. Tho dinner WTis of tho most re chercho description, neither expenso nov troublo having been spared, to ensure tho daintiest delicacies and tho |¿hoipost wino. Tho usual loyal and occasional toasts wore received . in tho vory best spirit, and each was suit- ably acknowledged ; allusions, slight indeed, were mado to the little differences of opinion Which had added piq- uancy to the game, 'and wo can safely say that all remem- brance of them was drowned in tho sparkling " cliquot" }md full bodied,^,1 Bafitto." Wo could not help regret- ting that .mention should h...

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 — 23 February 1861

Tire TASMANIAN METBOPOLITAN HACE MEETING ron' 1861.-Tho JTolart Toion Mercury of tho 9th instnnt says :-Tho Metropolitan meet of'GI is now over, rind we nra sorry to hnvotosny thnt it has reflected little credit on tho owners of blood stock, or on tho patrons , of tho turf, in Tnsinnnin. A worso prográmalo , of, sport has seldom been , provided oren afc a small country meeting, and for tho capital of tho -island . the last three days have been nothing los3 than three days of disgrace. Even tho races adver- tised have not boon rim, and thoso for which tho entries were complete carno otTin a stylo anything but satisfac- tory. Thora was nothing on tho courso but tho old horses--whoso day has gono by, and tho "time" will show that nothing liko real racing spoed was nttuinod in any of tho events. In fact thoro was no racing at all, in tho old English-and indeed thu.old Colonial-sonso of tho term. Wo m-o constantly int roducing stock of puro blood from tho mother country, but, somehow, or...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 23 February 1861

MATCH for £20 a sido, bctwoon Midge and Dover. This event, which for some weeks past rna been causing so much excitement, came ofT, according^ to agreement, on tho 1st February, over tho South Brisbano course. Tho weather was all that could be desired, and thc at - tendance numerous. At about a quarter to 10 tho horses with their respective riders made thoir appearance at thc' weighing yard ¡ Dover being immediately made tho favorite, w'hich his really good condition fully entitled him to. TIio maro looked hard mid well, but shewed by the roughness of her coat and genoral appearance that she had not had one-half the attention paid her that had bcon bestowed on tho horse. Still lier party seemed very confident, they having great faith in her staying Ílowers, whilst tho horse's advanced ago was much against lim. A great deal of money had been invested on thu event, the horso having rather the call in tho betting, although tlio odds might bo considered merely nominal. Tho contest was a...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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CROYDON— DEC. G. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 23 February 1861

. , CfftOYDON.-DEO. G. The GnÁjro MBTnorowrAX STEEPLKOITABE HANUIOAP ' ol' IO nova euch, li ft, mid 3 only if declared, with 100 ' added! tvirmem 71b extrat tho soeond to anvo his Mlake; ubottt turco mile» and. a htdfj 25 subs, 8 Cf whom declared. JU. T. O.ill.y*» Johnny, by Jolm O'Ommt, Byra, \0at 31b (In . clu.llnK7Ib extra)..NlBhthiirnle I . \V.nf« LoiiRmncc. 0 yr», "tl Vlb . ...lt. Siictrnnl 2 Coincron'i FearlcM, aired, lOst. .T. Oliver, Jun. .3 ll. llatriion'i Omar l'natio, aged, lint 41b.Halt 0 Mr. Francis's Tnmtilcr, aged, list .Mr. Wood I) Captain Cliilstle's Thc Hunt-. 4 yrs, lOst 1 llb.Vf. White ll Ul, Honrs Hazard, nitcil, Hist 2lb .»lullill|!er U Cloiutcrham's Thu Tauter, aced, lost 21b .Orillltlis 0 Myra's Topsy, li yrs, I Oat .J. Kendal) 0 Captain Coates's 'Thu Dodger,aged, lon 71b(lnc-lmlliip;71bextra) '" " Mr. Edward» * « Mr. I, IliU's Marmion, aged, Ost Kllb .G. Stcreni 0 j Holley's Nelly, aged, Ust lolb.;..Arthur 0 ? Betting : G to 1 each ngst Marmion and Johnny, 0...

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ECLIPSE AND THE HORSES OF THE PRESENT DAY. (From Bell's Life in London, December 2. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 23 February 1861

ECLIPSE» AND THE HOESES OF THE PRESENT DAY. fProm flelF* Life in London, December 2. Sin. ; As tho subject of tho powers of Eclipse os a rac horse has been again revived, and thoro scorns to ba a opinion in sonio quarters that tho skeleton of this hort should bo taken ns a model of " unrivalled proportions, allow mo to say it would bo well boforo such n eonclusio is arrived at to coirtpnro tho skcloton of this horso wit tho skeleton of ono of our best horses of tho prosent day j and I venturo lo say t hat tho rostilt of such compariso: will bo vory muait itt favour of tho'modern horse. JTnv i we berni brooding one hundred years, mid oxpendingsuol immense sums to improvo.on tho fond ot thoUlooi ? horso, and, instead of succeeding in obtaining a mor< 'powerful and speedy animaij onhyretrograded? I say certainly not ; nnd that tho difference in tho opinion o those who nlay think that Eclipse was superior to thi horse of the present day must drisd from very cxaggoratcc report...

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GREAT TEN MILE TROT AT CINCINNATTI FOR A STAKE AND PURSE OF 2,000 DOLLARS— TEN MILES IN 28:11½. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 23 February 1861

GREAT TEN MILE TROT AT OINCINNATTI FOTI A STAKE AND PURSE OE 2,000 DOLLARS. TEN MLES IN 28:11*. Nov. 3.-PoTtSE and STAKE 2,300 dollars j ten miles, m harness. ."??<' Mr. EoíTí r ft Captain M'Gowan. 1 . Mr. Bidwell'! br m Gipsy Queen.;. 2 Tlme¿28:lli. SAMB DAT.-A PACING MATCH for 500 dollars j milo hcnti, best 3 in 5. Tho following is n summitry : Mr. Reilly's u g Jolin C. Keenan (to waggon) '..; l l Hockey's b g Jim nellly (to saddlel. 2 dr Time, 1:31-2:33|.

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THE ENGLISH RING. GALLANT FIGHT BETWEEN THOMAS KING (JEM WARD'S BIG-UN) AND THOMAS TRUCKLE, OE TORTSMOUTH, FOR £50 A SIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 23 February 1861

THE ENGLISH RING. GALLANT FIGHT BETWEEN THOMAS KING (JEM WARD'S BIG-UN) AND THOMAS TRUCKLE, OE TORTSMOUTH, FOR £50 A I SIDE. '?? ¡ This mill cnnió off without lot or hindrance on Tues dny last. King, who lina acquired the toubriqrtel of fem Ward's Big-un, from, tho fact of tho os-Ohampion having first'taken notico of him, is a flue young mau, standing 6ft 2Jin, and weighed about 12st 121b. Ho has a finely dovclopcd chest, and loins, with a keen, sharp, good temporcd-looking phiz. In ngo ho is just 25, and taken all in all is certainly ono of tho best mado and most powerful men nt tho weight that we have ever seen enter the ring. Ho had been taking his breathings at Romford, undor tile caro of George Woody, and looked from head to, foot all that the most critical of his friouds could de- sire. For this inatoh lib was brought out under tho auspices of Boa Tyler, at whose house, tho Duko of York, Turk-street, Ilethnal Green, ho.hold his leveo on Monday evening. Truckle is 21 years of a...

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TWO THOUSAND GUINEAS STAKES. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 23 February 1861

TWO THOUSAND GUINEAS STAKES. "We tliis wool: luv before our rentiers tile nominations rfor Uni Two Thousand Uttineai, nial, in so lining, were grot that the-list does not present a moro brillinnt-entry. AVo nro not, however, inclined to look upon tho dnrk fido "dftlio picture because tile number doon not come np to wluib Was expected, or beauuse there are fewer entries fd'r'":tb.o Guinea,'*" limn there were for tho Champion Sweepstakes ; tlwré are good ruasous why, the entry should have fallon off, and we mint not forget (hut of (he twctUy-four itt "tho first Great Sweepstakes, thirteen were from " foreign ports," and only eleven thercforo from Victtorin, against tliirtccn'in the present caso. AYb aro not Burp"risçd,thut «o few competitors havo entered from the other colonies, those that liavb " shown up" being Stormy Te"trol hud Midnight, of South Australia, mid Vanquish, S. îfew 'South "Wales colt. Tiisniattin, of course, could hot bo expected to join in, after the heavy blow that...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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POLICE. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 23 February 1861

;; POL IC EV I BEPE.IT. OP TITE TTÑioN'.--T-Tho .Police Court oh Moñ chiy'p resen ted a very gay and animated appearance, being profusely decorated with " shamrocks," in 'honor bf the appcurnnco 6f cortairt " boys," who hud j on tho ptfoccd ihg' day,' hold' a-very enthusiastio1 repeal meeting in tho peaceable locality of Union Lano. ' Constable Lynch acted as M. C., and first introduced Jack Dillon (nomi- nally rotated to tho eminoht legal practitioner of that name),' a' " dacint boy" from Kerry, who rejoiced in a rod head and a pair of black oyes. The sensation produced in' court ' liaving- partially subsided, Lynch duly, io.,. ic, thus prefaced his interesting narrative :?-" May bo, your wurtchips, there wasn't an Uligant row at nil, at all, in Union Lane. .' Ooh, bo tho powers bf my best Sunday' shillelagh,' the likes of it I hav'nt Been,since tho serim midgo iu -swnto'Ballycrackin, ' at Tun -M'3?inn's: wake, when my,brother Mick set to mo;\" Dnn, yodivil, the boys aro at it." Ho...

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SPORTING CHRONICLE. RACES TO COME. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 23 February 1861

SPORTING CHR O N I C L e. RACES T O c o ar E. Camden.......March 5th, Cth, ann 7th. Picton .Hatch ll', 13, und 14. Tortlaro.March 28th, ? Croma.".Marah 13ih, Hth,' »nd lilli Dubbo..'.:.April 8th, 9th «nd 10th. Hardwick, Autumn...............T.....April, 13th, 19th and 20th, V10TOKIA. Victoria Jockey Club....Feb. 28, March 1 & 2. : Ca«terton .Fall. 26, 27. Hench worth .-Feb. 27, 28, and March 1. Benalla..Fell, 28, and March 1. . Oreen Wittie.March G. 7, 8,9. Victoria TurfClub.March21,29, 23. QBTÎEXSIAUD. , Quoenilaml Cliamplnn Sweepstake* .May 29th. Korth Atiitrallaa Meeting, Ipswich.-June-lili, Mb and 6th. ' l TAS MANTA. Third Australian Champion SiaRcs.December 3rd. ? ;

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