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VICTORIAN TURF. MELBOURNE J. C.MEETING— SECOND DAy, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 9 March 1861

VICTORIAN TURF. MELBOURNE J. C. MEETING.-SECOND DAT, .FRIDAY. MAIDEN PLATE-Swiss Hoy . 1 MpTRoroiiiAX HANDtCAr-Despatch . J 'Marmion.». 2 Flying Jib. 3 EsuiKO SrAitfcs- Haphazard . 1 Dermot Anthère. 4 XHIBD DAT, SATURDAY. JuKtoa IIIHBICAP-Medora. 1 -Secundas . 2 , JOCXET CLUB Cor-^Bolero. .1 In this ráco Flying Jib injurod his stiflo against n post and iras pulled up. BTEtr(.s CHASE-Camel.... 1 Modesty.... 2 A good race, UAitwAr PLATE-Colonel.i. 1 Mansflcld Boy. 2 ' - BnoBTS-Blue Bonnet.: Yoting Alma. i

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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BELL'S LIFE IN SYDNEY. SYDNEY, MARCH 9,1861. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 9 March 1861

BELL'S LIFE IN SYDNEY. »mvfey; ¡HÁnojr.o, ian. A s> TIT R ParliamentsT session, advances, so Jo those peculiar traits of legislative ability bv which 'certain of our representatives are so liiplily dis-. tinguished, develop themselves. Scenes of infinite ; humour are presented which, hut for the cer- tainty of their heine: attended with very detr'imen fal results, would afford an almost unlimited., amount of popular amusement. Son>e honorable^ gentlemen appear to enter the. House with a fixed : determination to contribute as much ns possible to ;thrir own enjoyment, and the amusement of others, ?and enrrv out their laudable intentions with ari 'unflinching energy far worthier of a better1 .cmise. . . ,. f-''^.;; .; By them the gravity anti importar)cè of the duties of "t the ereat Council oftlie ctate" are com "pletely lost sight of in theil eagerness to display, to thc best advantage, those genial qualities which, under other - and more becoming circumstances; ?would be -well...

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 — 9 March 1861

- f^i ENTLEMEN frivouriutr us -with orders for > this " T .Tournai will ho yilcnsod to enclose tho necessary lui ranee for six mont!» subscription, .riz 1 Ss, or ft ¡El .noto which will corer throe quartern of the Year. , JTOKKRING.& JfîCTfbLS. "? BRISBANE, Q.TTEKrrsrM'NT.. MESSRS. FAIRFAX AND BTCLBRTDOE aro .hereby anr>omtnrI Aeents nt Brishnuo and its neighbourhood for this .Tournai, vice Mr C. Tl. B ARLEE, TPsiened, to whom wo bor» to tender our nclcnowledg laonts for his invariable attention to our intore'ts, HOMERING & NICHOLS, ! Boll's Life Ofllce, March 1st, 1861. ;

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 March 1861

BCU'M Life in Sf/tlnep and Spoiling Chronicle ts published (.very Snturany inominp;. Country SuUtcrllicra will bo rcuciyi-d bli p.i; meiit of Six Months In Advance, viz., 1.1s. Tho (limiters cnn cu Die 31dt Mardi; 30tli June, 30th September, mill 31st December, respective])-, nt wlilch periods onlv can Subscribers resign, ' tm paying up arrears. I'nrtles subscribing In the middle of u «unrl, r will only be charged from the dato ol" their coinmencln¡r. Adver- tisements must specif)- in wiitin« on tho face of them tito number of Insertions, or they will be continued nml charged accctdlntl)-, till ceuntcnuanded.

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

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Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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AGENTS FOR THIS JOURNAL. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 9 March 1861

A&ENTS FOU THIS JOURNAL. BEIX'S LIFE IN Synxnv may bc obtained every Saturday nt Mr Donovan's, Tobacconist, King-street ¡ Arr Connolly'-i, South IletídJInad; Mr.Vndrcw's, Chippendale ¡ Mr Shaw's, l'anainaitrt Hoad; Mr Twynn», nt the Hallway Station j Mr Leslie, Fiirra iiiatln-street: í.tr Mattos, ürkklluld Jilli; Hr Uuneioft, l'uilt street ; Mr Fnnser, Cíeorgc-strect South ; Mr Jackson, ücerge strect South ; Mr Ijucerdn, I'nrrnmnlta-strcct ¡ Slr llurtlott; * Cieoriíe-strrot i lit- Holmes, Ertklno-street; Mr loiter, South Head llonil; Mr Frank, Market-street Weit) Mr Isaac Davis; Tobacconist, George-street, near Market-street) Mr 1'. 1.1. Mooro; Castlereajrh-alrcet ; Mr Ford, George-street t.'ótth; andMrGeorgc Allen/ Ilutan;'Hoad, Redfurn.' Agencies are requited for othef . portions uf tho city and suburbs. Adelaide.lt. ll. Colley Adelong lluartz licet.W.H. Kent s Albury.Messrs Middleton and Co Appin .;.c. Monis, Junior Armidale,' Kew England.:.John Moore. Dalmain.Mr Glover I...

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

RETO-RN PIGEON MATOII TO MB GI?0LROI!.WHi^TIEII>.? -At n meeting bf the committee appointee! to make ar- rangements for a return complimentary pigion match to that genuine and hospitable sportsman, Mr George Whitfield, held at the Metropolitan Hotel dn Thursday, evening, it was decided ihat thc samo should como off on Saturday, the 23rd instant, at Ormoau, which has been kindly placed at tho disposal of his friends by tho pro- prietor, in whoso honor tho fete. ÍB proposed. With, vivid recollections of the. trent, recently enjoyed on this! beautiful estate by the" knights. Of tpd trigger', at Mr Whitfield's courteous invitation, there will, doubtless, be an aristocratic muster to return the compliment in kind.

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

TOM SPAHKES" Aîrô SIJXLÍTAN.-Thoso rhon Have, within tho last few flays, corie, into activu training) and the- friends of each spdak With' great confidence os to the result of their encounter. ;' jack Siillivnn is taking his breathings somewhere to soawarr], with Ned' Hitton as his mentor | and the renowned ilill Sparkes-is busily qcoupied in doing tho " noliteful" td Tom. Under such auspices it is only natural td expect that both men will come to thé scratch id tip. top fettle ;In, this contopt,. botween the old world and .tho now, .tho latter appears to haye tho advantage iii everything bul âgé ; and we confess we think the "littto un" ,is* throwing away a chanco in giving so' much weight, ioiig'tli,' and. height; to a man of Tom Sparkes^ .known and triod abilities. Wo hope nothing will interfere to prevent the meeting of these stars,'and that wlidri they dc get within] tho ropes, n merry mill rnay bo tho resulti

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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THE RING. TIGHT TO COME. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 9 March 1861

THE BIN Gi TIGHT TO OOME. Staich ÜB.-j. Sullivan and Tom Sparkes! £50 aside.

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BURTON'S TROUPE HAVE CROSSED THE BORDER, [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 9 March 1861

BUTtTÖN'S TROUPE HAVE CRÖSS^Ö THE BORDER, Tilts is ri ow a fact, not only as announced by IIB for some wooka, but from tho appearance of Mr Burton himself in Sydney. Wo had, lost eVoning, .tho pleasure of ?welcoming our' old friend of many years, looking bet- tor and younger than wp over saw hun. Tho Troupe ho bringa with him is irrirriensoi" larger, and more talented limn anything of tho'same kind that Sydney has ever seen, and our only fear is, that tho proprietor won't be able to find a. pince of ground big enough for his tent. May ho uul hare a slice of some government reserve ?

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

C R I C E E T. MATCHES TO COME. This Div-Denison C. C v, Albert C. C;...Domain. March 16.-Warwick C. C. v. Albert CC. (contin.)Domain ,, -Illawarra second ll v Bellambi........Wollongong; " 18-^Illawarra C. C. v. Albert second ll...Domain. " 23-Albert C, C. v. Albion C. C.Domain. April 1.-Albert C. C. v. National C. C.Domain. Sinco our inst tho lingoring members of the Victorian eleven have left us, andoneo niora wd nró alone. Tho woek's play will bo found detailed below, as also tho bu- siness transacttid at meetings; -IVdin Bryant nothing has .been heard sinco his departure, btit tho arrangemtints for retaining him aro still ina progressive state. Since tho late match wo aré glad to notice-a great lendeHoy among cricketers to eflcct tho improvements necessary for putting the game on a proper footing; AAro should Uko to seo something done on tho plan recommended last week by " Emergency," though possibly all his theories may not bo practicablo j. and we think the first stop .toward...

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TATTERSALLS, To the Editors of Bell's Life is Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 9 March 1861

TATTERSALLS, 2*o ¿ie Editors of Bell's Zifê iA Si/dncy. OKSTXKMEN,-A very gbbérril objection ld horso racing ia that it leads to what tho World chooses to dasig nnte os " gambling,'1 and - a groat many enemies ol' tho j « Turf talk os if thoy believed that gambling belonged to it alone. That they do not really think this however, roust bp jjrétty plain to any one who brings Common sense to assist in his deliberations, for I fancy it is moro' than difficult to discovéí any business of life in which' gambling is riot a leading ingredient, Thcro is hardly a mercantile transaction of every day, through tho whole of which wo do not find tho gambling principié .ramified, and, not unfrequontry, oro disclosed " littlç arrange- ments" quAe'ds demoralising iú .their1 tondoncy a's.any which pertain tó the racecourse ; io say nothing of the innumerable trade abusos that never coniö to light at all. I cannpt, thereforo, see why racing should be objected to because it promotes gambling ; still le...

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

! On Thursday oyouirig n meeting of Tho Albert Club was held nt Cunningham's, -which was well attondéd, and sovcral now niombors wcio proposed. Arrangements i wore made -for entertaining -the IllawaVrd .eleven, nnd their friends, who aro to play their return match with tho socond eleven of tho Alberts, in tho Domain on tho 18th : instant. Tho principal business was, liowovor, tho I initiation of measures foi. procuring ri first-class bowler and cricketing "coach" frqm,England,and a committee was appointed, ohnrgod wjtri tho duty, .who will report to tho ncit gcnoral mealing what stops tlioy think should bo taken, and also iwhother tho matter, irt hand can bo successfully lind satisfactorily carried out. Tho noxt nieoting will bo hold on Tuesday evening next ; when, besidos tho general " call" Of th« club, the com- mitted Will transact somo iinportantbUsineas;- .

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BEECHWORTH ANNUAL RACES. (FROM the Border Post, March 2.) FIRST DAY, WEDNESDAY, FEB 27. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 9 March 1861

BEECHWORTH ANNUAL RACES. (ÍVOM the Eorder Post, March 2.) KmsT DAT, WEDNESDAY, FEB, 27» MUDEN PLATE, £60, for horses Huit hove never yvon an . advertised prize exceeding £20. Weight for age ¡ one milo and a half ; one evout. Mr J. E. Spicer'» gr g Donation, 3 vrs, 7st 131b,. 1 J. M'Allitcr's br g Telegraph, aged, lOst llb. 2 Uufflcld'sb E Fantail, ñged, lOst llb. 3 Fantail mudo n walk of the latter part of tho rnee. Telegraph first passed tho judge's chair at tho first round hut Donation Overreaching hini kept thc lead, and came , in a winner. Time, 3irt Bsec. BEM.IN-Q STAKES, £25, for all horses ; weight for age. The winner to be sold .by auction immediately after tilt raco, and tho surplus (if nny) to go to tho race ïund. If ontcrcd to bo sold for" £40, to bc allowed 71b j if for £30, to be allowed 141b ; if for £20 lo bo allowed 211b. Ono milo and a half ; heats. »lr IV. Gawne's ch g Veno, aged, (to be aold for £41) Dat Sib J. Hayes 1 J. M'Allitcr's h g..Mlnto, rged, (£30). Oat l...

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

AsAl/rsis or BowfciüÖ.-Wnrwlctc« first Inning«-Newcombe bowled 112 bills, 5 maidens, 4 Wide«, and 4 wickets for 28 runs; Biddulph, 112 balls, 4maldons, 4 wides, and 4 wickets for 27 runs.. Alberts, first Inning«-Thompson bowled IM. ball«, 12 maidens, I wide, and I wicket for 45 runs ¡ Clcev», 132 ball«, 3 maidens, and I vicketB for 33 run» t Martym 20 bnll», 1 malden, 2 wide«, and 1 wickets'for t rims! Iteadctt, 15 balli, and 3 wides, for i runs i Smith, S balls and 2 wickets for 2 runs, ? . ?

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MEMS. FOE MEDICAL MEN. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 9 March 1861

MEMS. FOE MEDICAL MEN. To obtain your diploma entails no little trouble, but tho bill of difficulties once climbed, you can sit down und rest somewbat comfortably, and thus make up for thc toil previously incurred. Tho profession of this sine qua non, though it shield you against many persecutions on tlie score of ignorance, is, however, not sufficient lo insure you success, oven if your talents are of tho first order. Thc old days of sitting at home and waiting for customers are fled for evor ; pulling is now in vogue at moro marts than where they deal in drapery, and yon must sail with tho stream or you'll got hopelessly aground at the bank in no time. I know you turn up your oyos and hold up your hands in horror of suoh expedients, but you hnvo too much good sonso to dispenso with, oven if you des piso, thom altogether. Tours is a profession, the mem- bers of which aro credited witli no little rofinonionl, and so when you take to such a vulgar resort as pulling, liko tho things t...

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

HOW TO GrET RlD OJ? A BlSAGHEIÎABllE IiOVER:-TlierO is a certain young widow, who resides in Murysvillo, lind who, iiko "¿11 her class, is pestered with suitors. Ono washing day ono of thom came along. Sho wns Up to tho olbows in suds, and oponed tho door willi n deter- mination lo say something harsh ; but she thought better of it, and said to tho young man, " Good morning, I am very glad to soo you, and should bo glad to have you pomp in, but tho .fact is, I am busy in the kitchen, washing." . "All,-no mal ter," ho ausworod; "I will sit a little while in Moro; you can juBt go on with your work the sanio ; I delight, to get into tho kitchen, it is so pleasant and homelike." If he was delighted, so was not tho widow. Sho gavb liird d chair, and chatted away quite morrily-however, at thó sanio time, seem- ingly very much engaged with tho work before hoi*. Presently alie look up a largo-Bized wrtsh:bnflin dud filled it full of hot suds from tho boilo'r on Hid slovo, Und, stopping to a...

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PUNCH'S PLAN FOR PREVENTING WAR. (Registered Prospectus.) [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 9 March 1861

PUNCH'S PLAN FOB PREVENTING WAR. (Registered Prospectus.) Everybody knowswhy thoro is now no duelling. People may sometimes talk nonsense about tho world haring grown moro sensible and humano, or thoy may talk other nonsenso about its having boon timo for gentlemen to discard duelling when it descended to tho lower ordors, e. g., tho ' celebrated enso where tho barber fought tho linendräpor oh a question of honour, and tho shaver of beards winged tho .shaver of ladies. Tho law may hnvo had a little to do-with it, but tho ldw is not always regarded with tho reverence duo to it; ladies smuggle luce, peasants occasionally poach, and gentlemen gamble behind iron doors. There was some- thing moro than civilisation, pride, or respect for tho law roquircd to put nu end to private war. Lifo As- surance did it. Every decent man's lifo is assured, and policies aro dcclarod forfeit if tho decent man is put out of tho way by a duel. So nobody challenges anybody, or if any wild Irishninu, viciou...

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

OYAL VICTORIA THEATRE'. Director.;......;.Mr. JOSETII RAYNER. ' Triumphant Succès» of - tho Great Tragedian, MR. M'KEAN llUOIIAKAN, And Ilia1 Daughter, ' . MISS viitaiNiA BUCHANAN, "Who will appear in two Great Piara To-Night. - PIZARRO AND ROB SOY; - THIS EVENING?-, P IZA' R It . Ö. Rolla..Mr. M'KEAN BUCHANAN; Cora..".....MISS VIRGINIA BUCHANAN, To Conclude witlrtlie Operatic Drama of K O lt R O Y. Rob Roy ...............Mr. M'KEAN BUCHANAN. Helen M'Grcgdr ......MISS VIRGINIA BUCHANAN." ; - Box Office open from ll till 3. 217 ; ; : , LYCEUM THEATRE. GRAND ASSAUT D'ARMES. ON THURSDAY NEXT, MARCH, liva. PROFESSOR PARKER .will gire Iiis .Unrivalled Entertainment, previous to his departure to Victo- ria, under tho Distinguished -Patronage ofilia Excellency LicutenniifColonol KEMPT,*Admmistrator of tho Go- vernment,' assisted by a number of his friends and pupils, on which occasion Professor Parket1 will, in addition to his former rerfdrrnaiiuos, introduce several new feats. The theatre...

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A YANKEE COUTRSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 9 March 1861

A YANKEE COITRTSHIPi WoU, you soo, ? aftoi -tho "poker"..Bcrape, trio and Sal got along middini* , well for somo limo till I mmlo np my mind to fetch things to ahead, fori loved her hnrdornnd harder every day, and I had an idea that she lind a aortor .sneaking kindness for mo, hut how to dow tho thing Up- right, pestered mo orfui. I got Rome love books and red how fellors got down on- their marrow; bones nhd talked Uko. parrots, and tho gals they Would' go inter a sort of trance, and then how thpy would gently fall into tho fol-'. lcr'B arms s but some how that way didn't suit xny notion: ' I askod marm how dad courted lier, but she said it had been so long sinoo that sho'd forgot all about it (Unelo Joo allers Bays marm dono all tho courtin'.) At Inst I mudo np my mind to go it blind for - this thing was fairly con- suming my innerds. So I goes over to her daddy's, rind whon I got thoro I sot thora jist Uko á fool, thinkiug how I would begin, Sal-silo sed somcthin'was à troubtin'' ...

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