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THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 2 March 1861

T H E T UflR F * AMONO the novelties of this week trié Iíártley programnië claims a forward position,'promising three days snort at the end of April: .The "prixes are only moderate in value, and to us it seems as if the work oftiife three days" might he very well condensed into tiVo, as. arrangement which would give more sport io the public with less call upon their time, and afford' greater satisfaction to the racing men. The" principal races arc fortunately single events, but we see nothing fdr .two and three year olds ; which ve tile niore wonder at, as, fol- lowing so soon after" ftaridwick, a race of that des- cription must have-brought a good field; that is to say if the Hartléy Stewards had allowed a -week or ten days between" thé two trysts, instead of, as now, making it cjuite impossible for the horses dint run at the Metropolitan Meet, to appear at the other with much chance of success. The-un- fortunate clashing of the two arrangements might, we should think, even now be ...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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ENTRANCES FOR CAMDEN RACES. MAIDEN PLATE OF 100 sovs. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 2 March 1861

EÎTTRA.ÎÎOES FOR. CAMDEN RACES. "MArDKiT PLAT-R OF 1O0 so va. Mr. S. Pollock's b g Young Camdon, 5 yr«.bluejacket und cap .C. Robería'» he Eucalyptus. 3 yrs.red jacket blk cap . S. Jenner's ch ni The Nun, aged,.colors not named ? ; T. Ivory's eh g Marquis, 3 yrs.-.scarlet jacket blk cap , - Towni's ch toll Transit, 3 yrs....red jacket bile cap IV. Cox's b f Linda, 3 yrs...rml. white, and blue Jacket (t cr. cap J. Drlscoll's b g Teddington, 4 yt» ...^scarlet jacket blk cap ? G. Halt's br colt, Don Cossack, J yrs.red, white, and blue Jacket and cap. - . PUB-MOANS' PDHSE. Mr, T. Illggerson's eh a Veno, aged,.blue Jacket and cap , J. Galvin's g m Calypso, aged.yellow and green jacket and green cap : - White's b colt St. Olios, 3 yrs .pink jacket blk cap TJADIES' PUHSK. Mr. Hlcgcrann'* Veno, age.hine jacket and cap - Towns' blk p; Stranger, aged.red Jacket and Wk cap S. Craft's hf Zitella,-4 yrs.blk Jacket, whitecap ?J. Drlscoll's h gPIanet, aged.scarlet jacket, blk cap PRINCE OP WALES S...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 2 March 1861

rpitraD AUSTRALIAN CHAMPION STAKE of X £600, with a awebp of £100 oaoh added, half forfeit open to alt tho Australian Colonies. Provided thrco or moro horses start, tho second horso to receivo £200, and tho tliird horso £100 out of tho Stdio. To bo run for over tho NEW TOWN RACK COURSE in TASMANIA, on TUESDAY, tho 8rd ! day of December, 18ßl. Distance, three miles. . Entrios to bo addi,oS3od and forwarded to tho Secre- tary, Derwoïit llotolj Hobart Town, on or before tho 1st of September? 10611 Forfeits to bo doclarcdona month before tho day of tho race. Stone. lbs. Weights.... 3yï8. old ... 7 0 - 4 " " ... 8 0 " 5 . " " ... 9 0 6 » "fcngod... 9-6 . STEWARDS, «T. Ii. B. Tabart, Esq. Thomas Field, EBq. John Lord, Esq. John Field, Esq. W. Kcarnoy, Esq Jas. Lord, Esq. W. Doddery, Esq. Gr. A. Kemp, Esq. S. Blackwoll, Esq. To ict with Stewards to bo appointed by each of tho Colonies. '. - J. W. GEA VES, 1015_ _Hon. Soe. ~ RANDWICK AUTUMN MEETING. THURSDAY, FRIDAY, and SATURDAY, 18th, J. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 2 March 1861

Dill'i IM in Sydney anti Sparling. Chronicle ls published every - Saturday morning. Country Subscribers will bo received on liay mcnt of Six Months In Advance, viz., 13*. Tho Quarters end on the 3lst March, 30tlt June, 30lh Septemlisr. and 31st December, respectively, al which periods only can Subscribers resign, on paying up arrears. Patt ies subscribing in thc middle of a Quarter will only bu charged (Vom tho date or their commencing. Adver- tisements must specify In writing on the face of thain the number of insertions, or they will bc continued and charged accordingly, . till esuntcrmanded. AOEHTS FOR THIS JOURNAL. DEM.'« LIVE IK SVDNF.Y may bc obtained every Saturday at Mr Donovan's, Tobacconist, King-street ; Mr Connolly's, South Head Road) Mr Andrew's, Chippendale ; Mr Shaw's, Parramatta Road ; Mr Twynan, at the Hallway Station j Mr Leslie, Parra matta-strect; Mr Mattoi, Brickfield Hill) Mr Bancroft, Park street t Mr Finner, George-street South; Mr Jackson, George street Sout...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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[LATEST BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 2 March 1861

[LATEST BY ELECTRIC TELEO-RAPIT.] - .Thc following télexant was received yesteiday afternoon :- . ...... . ...... ..." March 1st, 3 p.m. "Tho'Çhinoao hàvo all, left tho Lnmbing Flatland preter is rés'tórod. Tho Military force ndt necessary ¡ rho diggers hava resumed work j .everything at present, peaceable." "... , .. If the aho've be the case, the, "gallant aVmy" will of course receive the roüte for home, thereby, illustrating the old saw ; " Tho King of France*, with forty thousand nien,, Marchod up ó hill, ftiid tlien--inarched, down ngain." J

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 March 1861

CE I CK ET; MATCHES TO 0 0MK; This Day-Warwick C. C. v. Albert CC. (continuation) Domain March 3-Denison CC; v,'Albert C. C. (return)..:..;.Domain " 16-Illawarra second ll v llcllainbl,.,....Wollongong .In tho ¿¿trio of cricket, ns iii alt other matters, twc gcnoralry.find moro pleasure in looking n-liend than in past recollections ; hut still wo must onno again rofer to tho latí - IritoVcoIoniul Afntoh." . Tho disputed decision about Kettlo iii tho first innings of tito Sydney Klovon, involves, as wo hnvd already ßaid, a great principle of thc gamo j and closely connected with it is another matter of almost equal importance; This being tho ease, wo wish tb giro an opinion,, rit the sarrio tinto unqualified nnd im- partial-not founded on tho ipse diiil of this or that judge of such things j but formed, ofter hearing both sides of the question, and after an unbiassad reference to what wo consider tlie best nutiioriiiew, upon n common senso in-, torpretation of tho rules in their goii...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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ORANGE ANNUAL RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 2 March 1861

ORANGE ANNUAL HACES. Thc celebration of this truly English apott 'carno ÖÜ on tholflth, 20th, and 21at, and though tho. number of horses entered was not cqu.il to tho expectations pf tho manageT, I am happy to stat otho whole affair passed ólFin n most crcditablo manner. Under tho supervision of the Mayor, tho greatest. - order WOB preserved ; tho -u-onther was propitious, particularly on tho Ural day (Tuoaday), and, consoquontly, tho OONTOO was graced by tho presence of a largo slinró of ludios. Tho most irieaaant foaturo iu tho vholo affair is tho cntiro absence of casualties. 2S'o accident occurred on oí thor day to mar tho pleasure of tho sport. I append n synopsis of tho different races : . ? ? -, ' FIRST DAY. First nico-Thé MàiiJEN PÍATE of £40. Throe horsos only entered for this race. Mr. J."Cassidy'* b h Almack. 1 Cassidy'« li é miranda ' II. Karr'a Glasgow Lass Second Rnco.-Tho.Towír PÍATE of £-10. Threo horses onlv wcro entered for this raco also. Mr. Kiley's c h True Blue...

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TURF PROSPECTS. (To the Editors of Bells Life in Sydney.) [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 2 March 1861

TURF PROSPECTS. (To the Editora of Belts Life in Sj/dnei/.J ?GuyTWisniX,-After a surriraor of inoro than usual inactivity, wo are now about commencing oiir autumn campaign. Noxt week will .«co tho annual mooting nt Camden-; arid then the " Great Randwick Autumn" will claim tho almost .undivided pttontioii of racing horses and racing irion..'"Why- it sliDiild bc, I ¡know- not, but certainly thero is a want of animation in everything con- nected with.tho rnco eourso in Now South Wades,'which threatons'to* reduce thc sport to even a lower 'IcvoTthnn that at which it hus nlrcndv arrived ¡ -mid much I fear that-nothjng "hut an infusion of new Mood is likely to have tho elFeet of putting things a little to rights. - Tlio mighty stvidos which aro boing made in Victoria towards raising tho standard of tho Turfj aro of course tolling somewhat against us, and making it moro difltcult for us to hold, oiir own, so jong ns wo confine ourselves to tho " slow and stondy" of years goiie by ; bilt i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 2 March 1861

O Y A Ii VICTORIA IHEAT.ÄJJ. Director.,...,.,,.'.Mr. JOSEPIT RATTTEB', \'.",. : Triumphant Success of tho Great Tragedian, r ;. Mit. MEAN Ii TI C HANAN. .. . " ' And his lînuïhtfr, MISS. VIRGINIA iíüOÍTANAX. ; .. . TUIS KVENING, - ... : Slmfcspere's Grout Trageflv «if ' .RICH A K D ' T Jt K T"lf. I It D. Riobard III. ....Mr. M'KF/AX BUCflANAN. Lady Aline ... ........MISS VIRGINIA BUC1TANANV . To conclude with ' --. ttTO JOLLY YQUNG WATERMAN/ ' v . ; Box Office open from ll till 3. i". 191 : OBSERVE !-BURTÔÎf'S TJtOUPE HAVE ?" ' CRQSSED THE BOBBERS. :. ; BURTON'S NATIONAL CIRCUS-The Largest in _ J tho Colonies. - Alburv, 12th, 13th, and Mth Feb: ruary ; .Wogga Wagga; lf)tfi and 19th ; Tarcutta, 20th ; Adelong, 31st ; ;Tumut,. 22nd and 23rd ¡ Gundagai, 25th nnd 20lh ¡ Jugtóng, 27t|i ;. Yass, SSth ; Gunning, 2nd Marchj .Goulburn, .-1th and 5th ¡ Marulan, Cth ; Sutton Forest 7th ¡ Berrima, 8th ; Picton, 9th, Camden, 11th ; Caotpbclltown, 12th ànd 13th ; - Liverpool, 11th. , . 102 tJRÓPE...

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PEDIGRER AND PERFORMANCES OF ECLIPSE. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 2 March 1861

PEDIQnnB ÁND PBRÏOBMANCES OP ECLIPSE. Eölipse, bred bj Messrs G. and W. Davidson of Can- ning Downs, is by Blacklock, out of Honeysuckle, a first class mare, from tbe stud of tho lato Major Innes ; ha is a darkish grey horso 6 years old and stands nearly 16 hands high, his head which is small has a decidedly gamo appearance, tho oyo being full and prominent and tho forehead broad, and is well Bot on to a loan and hand- some neck, which is attached to os splendid a pair of shoulders as ono would wish to seo iu a race horso ; his bock is good but lengthy, and his quarters aro largo and droop slightly, his logs are very fine, too much so, thero ia a want of bone, and they aro not as flat as they should : bo, the chest is brand and doop and tho barrel good, with lots of room about tho region of tho heart and lungs, he is pretty well ribbed up, and his appearance when in racing condition gives one more tho idea of a speedy horso than a stayer. 1857. Eclipse then tho property of Messrs G....

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TRAITS OF SPORTING LIFE. FROM THE NOTE BOOK OF " EDGARDO GREENHORN." No. II— SAINTS AND SINNERS. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 2 March 1861

TRAITS OF SPORTING LIFE. FROM THE NOTE BOOK OF " EDO-ARD O GREENHORN." No. II.-SAINTS AND SINNERS. True saints are scarco in the mundane calendar, while sinners, according to orthodox notions, abound every whore. The former baldly take the liberty of insisting that all parsons who follow their own inclinations, and indulge in any recreation that tho saints choose to prohibit, horse racing in particular, aro booked for thal warm region Baid to bo presided ovor by tho long-tailed gontlemun, terror of our earlier years j so tliat our pre- sent gracious Sovereign and family, with tho ohiof rank and intelligence of tho cmpiro, may lind themselves in an awkward position. It ÍB as well, thcreforo, when wo discover absurd dogmatic authority striking at pub lfaprincipla, to express an opinion on tho subject, and tho following extract from tho Licensed Victuallers' Almanack, forcibly convoys tho spirit in which tho national sport is attempted to be checked in Binall places : *' In September l...

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MR. GULLY. (From Baily's Magazine of Sports and Pastimes for December.) [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 2 March 1861

ICR. GUXLY. (From Baily's Magazine of Sports and Pastimes for December.} In our provious sketches of tho patrons of tho Turf we havo had to illustrate tho career of thoso who havo attained their position by tho fortuitous circumstances of j birth and its usual concomitants. Sut with Hr. Gully our task is of a vory different naturo, inasmuch as ho is ' a self-made man, and a striking instance of what may bo accomplished in this country when industry is united with integrity, and sharpened with the constant inter- course of thc keenest sot of mon in tho world. Born at Bristol in tho year 1783, Mr. Gully, as a youth, was ono of tho finest specimens of humanity to be found in Eng- land. And it is not surprising that, in an ago when tho gladiator's art roccived the patronage of Royalty, as well as of tho leading nobility of tho kingdom, ho should havo essayed his strength and science in that arena, whoroin the courage and skill of our countryman aro more strik- ingly devclopod than in an...

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STDNEY HORSE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 9 March 1861

STDNEY KOESE MARKET. Meiari Burt ind Co. report a henvily necked Market throughout thc week,*ai usus! large »lie« broken In hone* have »old readily, whilst »mall ailed inferior «tock hove been hard to get oft*. The ci.uiitry lota have been principally from the Shoalhaven diatrict ; heavy lionel going from £26 tu JESSJ hackneyi and llsht harneas hors« £12 to £il> ; So younphorae», n.o,Hy »mall ruares nn.ifilltei, have been sold In the Cattle ll nrket Yardi at an average of il l ; afew strong colts went to £ii ami £11. ». reliarles Mortyn reporta,the hone market is without maleita! alteration thia week, the dlffeteut lota of country honte* have sold very readily, and in som* Instance« where the »tock was or i» aupe rlor elma Ht very high ll-ure.i. The majority ul prlcei are however from £S0 downwards, on account of the very inferior quality of most of the stock submitted for wile j hones of a powerful «tamp are much needed and will realise good figures if in condition.

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SYDNEY MARKETS, FRIDAY. WIIOLRNOLS PRICES [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 9 March 1861

SYDNEY MARKETS, FRIDAY. WrieiT.Ci 61 to Ï» IM per biiittcli flour,£18lo £10pcrlbni rii'ulie, 61 BJ t '5a 9-11 burley, 3» | cape dino ,1» pgr luithel i)m;,oaleii,£6to£8| lucerne. £3 10a lof 4 per loni bolter. Ol ; cheese Od U, lu bacon 6<1 tn sd perlai F.«i Ul to li per dozen t fthvls, 2i Gd1 . St Gil per couple,' potaieei, JSS IM ÍX per tbn t fat phta 0.1 to 8a per lb' ib.tr, tai, nmt lon, 00 per cwt j Hillas, ni to li« i tolmoeo, la 3d to li Sd per lb, ben quality; Lucerne Seed Ita il per lb; retail 3s i perennial red clover, illlto ditto ¡ while ttutbli, 3« 6,1 uer lb ; ititiloh' on il riilxs'l umiloi. K* od par lb, aointium laoclramium, Sd per lb | seed oil« ls ffd to 4«. poi builitl. . TZilltlt« AND SdN,Ooinmlulon Avenu. .

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To thE Editors of Bells Life in Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 9 March 1861

To thé Editors of ÉelCa L\fe iii Sydney. Gchtlcmeru-It is scnrcoly creditable to à Ohristion community??' that.- " SÜNJDAY PIE¿BUIIÍ5 EicúiisioNfl "j should bo öpönly ndvortizod, rind (ta órienly oómpibndcd by tlip ledding journal; Surely respectable families will I seruplo td'sét'tho'pjràdtiçal óxtfmplo lo tKclr oflspring of accepting so Unblushing ab iriTitation to break tho fourth comrhniidulout,as tha;t announced by yotlr daily con temporarios. " . I arii, gontlotrion, ;; Your obedient «crvnnt, Cb'MMOs DKCBKCY. '

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SPORTING CHRONICLE. RACES TO COME. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 9 March 1861

S P O RT I IMG CH R 0 IM I CL E. 31 ACES TO CO lt 13. Picton.:.i.March' 12, IS.andu. Ovum.March 13ih,14ih, un cl 16th Terrlitro.March VBih, S-uilh Creek.April Int »tiri Duhbo.April 8th. Oth and 10th. Randwick, Autumn............April, 25th, 2Mh and 27th. Hartley ,.April23rd, 2llb. Mid 25th . . VICTORIA. Victoria Turf Clul). ...March 21, 2». SS. QUEENSLAND.. : Queensland rnatnplnn Sweeptinkes .Way 29'h. North Aujtrallan Mealing, Ipswich.Juno 4tU, fttli und Wh. TASMANIA* Third AintrMlan Cti»mplon3toltos ........'.PeeomWr 3rd.

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

?llAtHAriKBT rmnc« -Har, 4a 0.1 io tl td t altair, 3a 0,1 lo 4a Od i .rhaat, 0» Od tn Ta CM toa«, 4« 0,1 to li Bili harley. >s ''I <t>4i0iltonwa, £6.0» to £3 0*| onlvcl, ll Aa to 4» i hark, ti 10ato £6. la.par-tan |. <reon itiiD" fruin OJ tu U,|ier dinon bundle*) corn,, 0, Ol tu U* Od poi uuiliol, -jtfc. .? ;

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

A SHARK AT ma CIBCOLAB QuAT.^Considernble ex- citement, it is said, bas been occasioned daring tho last few days by tho appearance of o shark in the -vicinity of the Circular Quay. We may possibly allay tho apprehen- sions .ougenderod by this report br stating that it was morely " the shadow of a shade," induced by the. prox- imity of an eminent legal luminary, Who »ball bo nameless, hut who is, nevertheless, a notorious auappor-up of unooaaid«od trifles ia that locality.

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Ye Woful Tragedle of ye Dethe of Kinge Richard. (FROM YE PERCY RELIQUES.) [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 9 March 1861

Te Woful Tragedle .of -yo .Dethe of Kingo Richard. (FBÖM TE Pántís ÉÉLÍQÍJES.) îàtlié ind liston, Gentilmonné, Attend I pray you unto moe, And I in brióf wal to you tollo A direful taylo óf mickle dreo : 'Tis of- a stouto.nnd statolio. Kingo-'? .A tall rind Stdlwbrth Monarch hoc Arid Ringo Biichanano was hco hight, He was yo Kingo df Tragédie; - . « Saturdaio oTon last it-was Wont heo out to a friend's to tod, Andi h'kó to ono bf whom wo wot, Hco got " a drappio.in his o'o ;" And ho got " fou"-it waa not blocke, Nor, Lapsang, Coiigbú, nor Bohca, Nor yet Gunpowder,- much I fecre .Twas Bf yo fldït cällcdo " Barloy Bree." Mette ho another Kingo that night, Yclopt Kingo Richard Third was boo ; ïïpW, by rhy fay, qúod hóo in wrath, Kingo Richard thou Shalt eurolie deo. boo slnshode him.right, ho hnckodo him loft} It was à growsomo sight to Bee ; Hco rared arid, tore, and stampede and swore, . Maltreating him moat wofulHo ; ' Tho' báttercdé, beaten, Olid half killedc, Yet would ho not lott...

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THE SPIRIT OF THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 9 March 1861

THE SPIEIT OF THE WEER Nothing of particular noto has occurred since our last. Affairs nt .Lambing Flotará ot present quiet, although an undercurrent of agitation is evidently working. . Tho Chines» having left, tho diggers liuvo for tho .roost part resumed work. Business remains dormant, ¿nd a gehoral depression Î-revails.in our mercantile cirelesv As Wo anticipated ost week another oxtsnsivo fail uro has occurred, the creditors being " disappointed Al tho slatcnloht ex- hibited." Tl'o Parliamórititfy business of tho week has been lively ; tho most Important piece bf legislation achieved ing tho Government was defeated On tho upset price of country lands, by an amendment moved by ? Mr Lücái, that tho upset prico of all country lands aimil bo 20s per aero.. This amondmcnt was carried .by 33 to _18. Tho p¿uéstion< of'tho exemption -of church -and school' lands from tho operation of thp Land Bill was postponed until Tuesday noxt. A shingler nam od jamos Pattcrsdri, ? was oh...

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