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A WORD ABOUT CHOW-CHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 9 March 1861
À WOKO ABOUT CHÔW-CHOW; (BY JlEfilrrua.) I A clash of rnnttinl music and much shouting bf tho unwashed-Members of Phrliiinoht ontl others-toll shakos arid clank of steel sheathed Sabres; and the Btondy tramp of infantry tip BriekftoUWiill, rind sb" to tho' Railway station,' Whero stobt war steeds aro boxed much to thoir disgust, rind square nmihuriitioh bliest« ° are stowod wilhlong dark cannon, nild othor signs bf ugly meaning. . A shrill scream ; and tho scared horses soie fields and houses fly past them nt a price they novcr thought of oven when circuiiiing that they woro racers. There is much qbiet discussion nniotig straight-backed, j short-haired men in the third class ns to What must bo done to thç roughs. They do liot disquiet themselves | I much about it ; they hrive only lo obey orders, hud in the mountinia thoy appear to derivo great relief by dabbing I their foreheads with coloured handkerchiefs; They all look ob the trip ns n jolly one, arid coiisidor tho country a plea...
THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 9 March 1861
THE TU R|.. Wfcitrc tiny evidence needed of the inanity which pervades all matters connected with racing, it would he furnished in the most ample form hy the fact" that througlrout Thursday last no intelli- gence was received in Sydney of the results of Wednesday's events at Camden; even had not "the presence in the Metropolis, during the three ^days^of- tjris whilom popular mecting» of all the tisuhl'Treqiieriters of such .gatherings'', told hut too plainly how little interest attached to itt - How- ever, with--the intention of referring presently to' Camden Races, .we leave them now for matteis of more apparent moment which are in prospect. " Giving our neighbours the honor, both out of courtesy,. and for the 'amount of their gift, we will first rnäke mention oí the.Queensland Cham- pion Race; and although one of our daily contem- poraries has ventured to tell its readers that six horses have been entered for it, of which two are 'rom this colony, . we candidly confess we know not...
CAMDEN TURF CLUB RACES, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 9 March 1861
CAMDEN TURF CLUB RACES, 1861. _ PÀTBOJI S Sir 'William Macarthur, . ' ¡ 'JntooE s J, 3?. Downes,- Enq., J.P. TREASUIIEE: Mr.- John Galvin. " ? CLSHK op Tres COÜRSBY Mr. John Qruttdy. StEWAM)B : J. X. 'Chisholm, Esq., .T.P. ¡ John "Wild Esq.; John Boulton, EmJ. ¡ John Perry, Eçq. | E. L. Mooro, Esq. '. This meeting Cams off on Tuesday, Weduesd&yj and Thursday last-; but .under widely different circumstanced from those of former years. Ko favorites for Champion Unces showed against each other, (ts when Zoe, Strep, and Veno contended On tho simo gVoúnd last year. The Maiden Elöte certainly, looked well on paper, aud, moro* than that, it produced a good race ¡ hut the rest wefts so mengro that wo really thought-thúüv certainties. Old. Veno got ns much as ho-well could out of the three days, and just what wo fancied would fall to his'share.! Marquis .ran. a dead lisat for the Maiden -Plate, and his ownor then very .-wisely divided tho money. Driscoll'sj lot-wore Unfortunate, arid...
POLICE. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 9 March 1861
P Ó LI CE. " THE . Co'r/RBÉ .OP THUS LOVE NEVER ïtsï \RAK SMOOTH."-" POOR TOM'S A-COLO."-At the Central Po-' lice Office on Monday, their Worships" tho P. M., Captain M'Lean and Mr. Pcdcii, had IheTr optics dazzled bys vision of feminiuo lovelincsa -which ia but rdroly vouch- safed to tho stern administrators of justice. Tho lady's wedding card was hnndod up to tho Pouch,'hearing the inscription of Mrs. Charles Drimraell (Into "Miss Mary Halstead) whoso honeymoon had boen rutlilcssly inter- rupted hy the gröon-oyed monster, in tho person of a Mr. Thomas Henry Wright, undor tho following doliçato cir- cumstances, ;Inspoctor-Wnters introduced tho newly wedded defendants, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ürirrimcll, at tho instance of Mr. Wright, who charged tho loving pair with having despoiled him of certain jowollory and clothes, which ho had loaned tho lady whüo enjoying his protection, and which sho hnd transferred, -with her lovely solf, to'tho moro logitimnte kcopulg of tho German gentleman...
ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 9 March 1861
ANSWERS TO CÖREiSPOlCDENTS; toF.\TÏTTANCF.S «KORTVED ton ». fl..' Blaney j " lt. W" »intern ¡. P. -M., .Merrnns R. T. A., Hobart Town ; J. C. Orange: and from aient, Parramatta. * BEHIND THF. SCnNES.-We must decline the. publication rf your tetter : " Thrnpls" helm; only known to ui as a lolfraM contributor to our contemporary', mid hi» assumed énffftgeinent on Hie theatrical stair heine; dimply self-conferred. i'he tra»li .which emnnatca from hi» pen I» unworthyoï serious notice. If hencvolontly disposed,you mitritt contribute a quarter's tuition towards tim liuprovernentof hu grammatical education. Thor» tuan ellelhie infnnt'mcriool At H penny per weok In our.neigh- bourhood. In which wo believe there is a vacancy. H. S.,-Under Rule 17 of the A. J. C., rn tho subject of bettine;, bet« on the Membnrs Plate nt Calnden aronnt-p-p. CAMDEN.-A bets n £ii that Transit licatu the Nun In the Cam- elen V alden Plate. (Onoto win). Transit and Marquis nm a dead heat, and divide the money-Tran...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 9 March 1861
niHIRD AUSTRALIAN CHAMPION STAKE of X £600, with a sweep of £100 each added, half forfeit 'open to »U tho Australian Colonies. Provided threo or moro horses start, tho second horao to fíceivo £200, and the third horco £100 out of the Etakc. . . ; . To be rim for over tho NEW. TOWN RACE COURSE in TASMANIA, on TUESDAY, tho 3rd d-r of Deconiber, 1601.. })i'i(unce, throe miles. .#¡t&. . . Entries to bo addressed and fqjwardod'tb tho Socro tturj, Derwent Hptol, Hobart Townson or before tho 1st if siptMnKggtfB^^orM^ Wore the'dayW tho race; ' .''i;: Stone, lbs; Weights.,. S yrs. old ... 7 Ö. . 4 " " ... 8 G , B V". ... 9 O' G " ¿,.&áge"d... -9 5. 8TÉWABIÍS. . . J. ii. B. Tabnrt, Esq. Thomas Field, Esq. John Iiord, Esq. John Field, Esq. W. ICenr'rtoy, Esq Jas. lord, Esq. W. Doddery, Bs^: . . . G. A. Kemp, Esq. S. Blackwell, Esq. ? . ' .. . To »ct with Stewards to be appointed by eaoli of tho J. W. ORATES, : 11016_Hon. Sec. RANDWICK AUTUMN MEETÍNGr. (THURSDAY, FRIDAY, nnd SAT...
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 9 March 1861
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE, A PiOTtritB APTEB HOQAHXH.--As wo nofcod -some- time since, tho neighbourhood of .that lively .localityj known.-to intrepid travellers dilly whb havo named itj (Hobe Point, tdntinuds to bo haunted by. " ghouls," "punkies," "war-to-the-locks," "loprahauns," aud other distinguished members of supernatural, society ; and it is n melancholy foot that, owing:to tho " cupboard lovo" of these " good people" many of the unfortunate settlors in that rerhoto region-have becomo so thin that thoy hayo long sinco ceased to cast n shadow. Fortunately ono df thosogoblins who havo.played such pranks was caught} and in duo course of law presented io tho JPolico Court bn Monday, whoro his prosonco created tho groatcst alarm aniongst their warships, who, to tho num- ber of eight wdro "huddled together".on ;foiir chairs j Mr Litcas arid Mr Ronald nlioctionatoly sharing il " cono .bottomed ono between thom. Peter Niehdlson wai tho nnmo to which tho carnivorous biped responded, and Mr...
MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 9 March 1861
M IS C É Ir Ii A NEÖ V S. - TITK HAIR Twos:,-A. tall dark-cornploxioncdnian, named Loton Lucas, described aa a bricklayer, was brought up nt Thuinos-strcct, on Monday, charged with stealing Bixponco undor very singular clrcuniBlimocs. Tryphrcn Niner, n young womnn in Hie són ico of her father, who keens au oil and colour shop at No. '47, High street, Shadwell, and a baker's shop nox,t door, said tho prisoner carno into tho oil shop, in wln'eh BIIO ivas serv- ing, after tho gas wns lighted on Saturday night, and nsked for a pennyworth of soap, with which she supplied him, and ho put down a sixpence on tho counter, and shu returned him ilvoponco chango. He Ihoii asked her if she Bold shot, und sho replied in tho negativo. Ho next nsked Uer for a farthing's worth of snit, mid ns BIIO was nbout to weigh il out, said, "Never mind, givo mo n half-pennyworth," Sho weighed tho salt, nnd handed it to him, and ho gave her a penny. Sho lind to give him a half-penny Chinge, mid to do so opened ...
THE ATRICALS. ROYAL VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 9 March 1861
HE A TRICAIS. ROYAL TI0TORIAÍ . If thé attendance át bur only theatre be Buy criterion' .of the state of the tim'ta Hie only inference deducible issi that they are wretchedly 'Out of joint; Thé faot ia indis- putable eftlíor'tha't Sydney does not appreciate the "pre- 1 seht " star," or that its citizens are suffering from a se- vero attack of impocuuiosity. Wo leave thia interesting question to bo solvod by tho erudito Sismóse Twins, "Thespis" and "-.Dramatious," whoso critiques "?(?) as published in tho Empire, pass tho comprehension of us, ordinary mortals. Leaving tho morita or demerits of Mr. McKean Buchanan to bo canvassed and adjudicated upon by those "learned ThdbdrtS," Wo turn to the most attractive feature of tho week-tho, benefit of Miss Virginia Buchanan, which look place last oveniiig-. Tho . modest and graceful demeanour of this promising young aotross have mdt with cordial recognition on each Occasion of her appearance,- and wo BS cordially- en- dorse tho expressions p...
THE LORD CHIEF BARON NICHOLSON. AN AUTOBIOGRAPHY, Vickors. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 9 March 1861
THE LORD CHIEF BARON NICHOLSON* As ABTODIOCUATHY, Yickira. Who Hint lins known London in . its gaitics rind in its sports, any timo during tho last 'quarter of a century, does ¡lot know that Bnroii Nicholson has boen"all that time h sort of king in all such circles ? Who docs hot know his resources of humour and of Am, his open-hodrtcdness mid simplicity of charnctor, his unbounded-his reckless generosity, hiB misfortunes ngniil mid ngain renewed ? This mail, nloro thnn nlmost any other man living, lins iiiuúh to say ubOut tho ins mid outs Of London life j mid although his experiences have been of a ohnrncter so varied mid so extensively what is called "behind the scenes," he rosily however has nothing to conceal. Accordingly, in this volunto, which lins just prococded from his poi!, wo have no niack-modostics and no cant ; no false pretences of slinmo or of.rcmoreoj no angry accusation against tho world j no urigonial misanthropies; no ponderous reflections of artificial solomnityi...
THE DRUM WITH TWO HEADS. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 9 March 1861
THE DRUM WITH TWO HEADS. ? A capital story is told of old Philip Astley, .the founder of Astloy's amphitheatre in London : His son John, haring " becoma an adept in theatrical affairs, iras niado stago manager, (Or, to usc his father's expression, commander-in-chief of tho stngo departinont.) Old Astley was remarkably indiistrious, and nlthough perfeetly satisfied with his son's exertions, ho mado a practico of visiting every department daily ¡ scene-room, wardrobe, stables, fte., &e. Nay, ho has even interfered with tho musical department at rehearsals, although he was porfectly.innooout of knowing n note bf music. It once occurred that a military pieco was hi preparation, and MarcAbànfo, tho scerio painter, who had completely painted himself into tho good graces of old Astley, was was very busily employed in painting a tent-sceno i when -Astley canto into tho scene-room, amongst tho illlhig-up of the scene was a pieco of mounted cannon, n halbert, and a drum. Astley admire...
SPORTING CHRONICLE. RACES TO COME. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 16 March 1861
SPORTING CHRONIC LE. , -:-UD-- - - It À C E S -T O Ç.0 Äl E. Tarriaro &lt;"...»Mircli îSth, - ?Spttib Creek.April island 2nil Dubbo...April 8th, 3th and iOth. Cowra.April 17th, 18th. and lath. Turnworth.April 24th and 25th. Hartley .-.,Appl «3rd, 24th, and 25th. Randwick, Autumn....-..-.:.........April,25th,26th and 27th. 'vicrcmri. - ' . ? .. Victoria TurrClub . .".;....Mareil 21, SJ, Sa. Qaeonpland Champion Swopitakm ......Vt»r 29lh. North Australian Mcotlns, Ipwlch.......-..'Juno4tli,6th and Otb. TASMAJÍTA. . Tl|l rd Australian Champion Stakêa.D'ceemBor Sta.
SYDNEY MARKETS, FRIDAY. WHOLESALE PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 16 March 1861
r SYDNEY,, MARKETS, FH.IDAY. , .WIIOI.SMIE PEÍOM, ' .WniAT.'ÎjMlo 7s Od pac btti!ieluaour,£18to£10.pertonî mili». «&lt; ,t-. 6j Oi¡ barlex.ai i capa ditto, 3s ¡fer bushel ¡hay.oatoii, £6 to £8: lucerno. £3 IOi toil nor toni Imitar, Sd ; cheéao, 6d to ll; bacon Od to 8d per lb« BJKI.ÍM to ltaornoieil s funrJoj ita sa to St.Cd per. couple, potatoes, - £S. perlón; fat pl«s Cil por pound; beer, ,40i.. min- ion, sp per cwt ;. IIMei. Si to Hi ; tobacco; li 2,1 to ls 6.1 per lb, belt quality. Lucerno leórt lit A per lb; retail Ss ; perennial red clover, ditto ditto i'white. Dutch,, îi.64 ner.lb ; itallon. and. nilxol .granes; 2j8d per Jb, lorghüm «aecuaratum, Sd per lbs iced oat» 3e Od to 4l. per bushel. ' - --.v ; " :?? .;«' :?? FBR«t&lt; AND SON, Coramlnlôn Agents., '.'
THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 16 March 1861
THE T Ü R F . I» point of actual racing, thc week has been a; blank, but matters are assuming an active appear- ance, as far as future events are concerned. The J programmes^of Cowra and Tamworth will be found in their proper place, each affording considerable opportunities to horses ,of the,second division. We ought undoubtedly, to have bad the entries for tbe'Queensland. Champion Race to have given our readers this week ; but, as will be seen hy our correspondent's letter, they have not yet been made known. This is a great oversight, if not an actual injustice, on the part of the stewards, who have evidently much to learn before the3' can bring out a first-class meeting in -proper style. Many have been the guesses which we have seen in print as to the number of horses entered fur eacb of the colonies, and the uncertainty of every thing has given r/se to a little speculation, of a description which does no good to racing. We, for our part, know nothing, further than that the Queens...
WALCHA ANNUAL RACES. FRIDAY; 1ST MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 16 March 1861
J^A^CHA- AKSTÍAL BACESi '? FntbÁY: 1ST MAUCTI. MAISES .rtATS, of L25; ono nulo heats. . Mr. Glrard's b c Doctor ... ' .. ... . ;:. l l Dixon's Qrty .-' ..; ... . . ... '. 1 ... 2: 3 Fox's Cheat Stranger... . ... . ... ... ... J. 2 The little Doctor had it nil hill own -way, »ntl won both hoots oasi\j-; tile grey pulled up in the second heat; ' '? ' . WAICIIA TdVTN PLATE, of Ii85j throorriilosi Mr. Thac'a Dodder ... ..." ... ... ... ... I livingston's Sam Weller ... -... ..: .:. ii This w-ris the rate of tho diiy: Sarii .made a glorious struggle fdr it, bitttlirjroûçli tniininçdiicl brooding gäiuod tho day by hálf a neck: 'rime, 7 minutos. i HACK SEIOXXO- STAKES j milo heat« . ! This raco w as won easily by Mr Solway's Vftslitii Tlio «.inner was bought in nt 3J28. . « S.ITBUDAY, 2N'1> SÍARCHI .' WsvrsR Sr.ucns, of L30j 2 inilos ; welterweights; Mr. Thee's li c Dodger ... ... ... ... ... 1 Iiovliigiton's li g Sam Weller ... ... Iii'. ... 2 Time's c Clock .. ... ... ... .;. S Clock ...
NEW SOUTH WALES VOLUNTEERS. GENERAL ORDER. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 16 March 1861
NEW SOUTH: VAXES VOLUNTEERS. GÈNKHAX OlCDEIt. [ Thodfllcor iii Command directs it to bo notified that nil citizens will bo hereafter expected to koop within doors during tho regular hours of parado and roviow of. tho N.SAV. Volunteer Ctorps. v : . . : i; . ;COUBT_MAHTIAI. V .' : ? The»minutes bf tho proceedings iii- tho Court Martial ponding against Privnto Jenkins, will not bo made known until, the dec'usioit df tho Court shall haye been confirmed by the Officer in command.; ' .'..?ir,..:-. .-.x . CASUALTIES OP TUB "NVSEK; Ono Sapper sovcroly skewered: > ' . Sojeii By^stnndcrs îrlbrtàlly scared; . ' Missing-ono"ramrod, '.. .... ,,' 4 .". ' ; ; '', HÓapiTAX KEI?ÓBT; . . ''. Tho sick list on the increase: Ono cäsfl", last Sported dangerous; convalescent.
ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 16 March 1861
ANSWERS TO COR"RESPONDENTS. REMITTANCES RECEIVED lïora T. H.; "Warwick! T. K., I (ieelnnß; T. J., H.fthunt j O. L.; Olen Inne» ; VTasfs Woge» 1 I1»«; and from Sofala, nnd AunUUnd Agent». BTON-EY CREEK-CftllUIAGE.-The throe points appropriated by the norf-denler may lie cl'iimed by lilm during any pan of, the mmei lint If hli advorsary be psnnltted to score h hi sixty-. rn= point», lt In then too bite, for tim game ls at an end. P.. WHIST.-You. cannot re-claim your club, amt trump, but If yon can follow suit you miy withdraw the card before thc' trick tj turned for that purpose only. . IN'TF.nror.ONlAL CRICKET MATCH.-H. bet».P. that Mci hmirno brat Rydney Independently of the «cores of thcWt three , . me.n In the icconri innings. Who .wins?. H. ^BILI.IAlins.-At the ordinary winning'and losing gamo, A makesr a miss, striking his own ball ofTthe table, what docs his option. _ent ll srorcf If the striker wilfully Torees his own lialloirtho table without striking; another ball, he loses ...
THE RING IN VICTORIA. (From Bell's Life in Victoria, 9th March.) Fight between Eli Jellett and Ned White for £200. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 16 March 1861
THE EErJG ÏN VICTORIA'. ? (From JBeWsLifiiin Victoria, ith March.) ? , ' Fight between Eli bellett and Ned White for . £200. . ... , TIiîs bvbflt, which, "according to. articles,!' was to hayo conto off on Tuesday last, carno dfTon Sat urday, the alteration in the day, as allüdod to in 'our last, b'oipg ne- cessitated by tba ultra judicial views entertained hy tho directors of tho possa cornil al us of tho Castlemaine dis- trict: Our correspondent's communication is as. follows': -Tlio time Used for hoing 'hi tho ring was from air to eight o'clock a.m., and th? locality well, chosen, heiug iii a very soclnded spot in the locality of "Walmer. About 100 porsons wero prosent, and at oight ojclbck precisoly Jollott flung his castor into Tlio ringi àn example im modiatoiv followe'd by White',". "Both men.lookod as if they had" taken every caro'of thomsolves. White seemed, from his 'easy and confident mariner, to. maka a certainty of winning. Jollott appenrod cool and not at all daunted b...