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THEATRICALS. ROYAL VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 16 March 1861

ir jk E A. TR Ï C A L S. .BOYAL VICTORIA. . .. .. The engagement of M*K:cnh'Buchnnnn lind hie accom X ;ph'shed daughter, is about drawing to a close j and ófhor ?'".stars" appear upon the theatrical horizon, who will, on 'or about Kastor weet, dazzle us with thoir radiance, in tho persons of .Sir "William and T.ndy Don,: of whom eur Victorian contemporaries speak in terras'of unquali- fied commendation. Jiost evening Mr Buchanan took a !hcncflt, and issued the great est cdrd of tho senson- viz., " Tho Morcliánt of Venice" and " Tho Comedy of Er- rors", and tho iitlrdctivo invite' möt with duo response, though notto tho extent we hnd anticipated; thc trage- dian's friends doubtlessly reserving themselves for tho complimentary farewell test imonial intended to bo prof- fered him early iii tho ensuing week. We have the pleasure of inviting attention to tho intimation that Mr.. >Villeam Bind Will take a benefit on Tuosday evoning; and that gentleman has announced a bill offnre, which...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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THE RING. FIGHT TO COME. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 16 March 1861

THE BING'. FIGHT TO COME. . ITiitch 20.-J. Sullivan and tom Sparke», £50 mid«. , ' SUIXIVAN AND StAiiKjîb.-Tliis )igl|t isilikely.to come off, for we believe both nieri sro in Work, as wo said last week. The little " plucky Uritishor" wo know ? to be " all thar j"., but Toni Sparkes keeps us .quito in the dark ns to In's doings. We did hear that Toni took a ben od t a few nights since, hut ns Iib told us pothing about it, we of course, must bo silent on tho subject of,who was thora, or what 'they did.. Possibly our e¿tt might, have de- tected tho weakness, that allowed n re'átlfive Australian BlackfeU'oxo to tákq, tho ehinp out bf all the members ot the E. K.¿ who wero pitted against liim. :

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 — 16 March 1861

!Two TnorsAKD Onnaus STAKES.-Application has boon mudo bj Colonel Hobbins, through Mr. Burt, pf; Sydney, to bo allowed to enter a brown colt, jEthcrj'ft,' will-bo throe yoar old, full brother to Mr Jeffreys' Colo:. ncl, for the Two Thousand Guineas. Colonel Hobbins's letter ia dhtod early in January from India, and although nddrosscd to'the Jockoy Club, was sont to Sydney to Mr. Burt, who has forwarded the same to Melbourne. Tho Club lias not yet1 decided whethor they will ncoept or re- ject tho ontry, but a meeting, of tho committee will be shortly hold at which the question will bo decided. Meir s Life in Victoria, March 9. FOAL.-Mr. Hurtle Fisher rccoived tho wclcomo nowa from Adelaide, on Monday last, that his imported maro Juliet, by Touchstone, had dropped a filly by Stockwell, and that both worn doing well.-2}.L. V. . DEATH" OP' A WELL-KKOWN JOCKEY.-On Tuesday, Thomas Taafo, bettor known aa Tommy Tanfe, expired in tho Ipswich Hospital. Tho docoasod was a jockey, well-known fo...

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THE QUEENSLAND TURF. Brisbane, 4th March, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 16 March 1861

THE QUEENSLAND TUER Brisbane, 4th Marong 1861. GrEKTOMÈs,-I had fully expected to bo able to give you nil information with regard to tho Champion Sweep- stakes by this mail ; but, strange to say, rio .one scorns to know the reason why tho entranced havo novcr boon do-, clared, or If they hare/the Stowards haro.determined to keep all knowledge to themselves, and tlio. public gene- rally aro in gross ignorance df what' libraos intqud to compote for this event; " /.. . Tlicro IB evidontly something radically wrong about this. Tho Stewards,. hi their adyiprtiseincnti state that tho entrañóos would bc declared orí tito 1st oX Mareil, re- serving to themselves rib pówor t'o rirbldrlg tho time of ontry to a moro distant period, cvou Bltbuld;tlley consider it advisable. ' :.-'?*? Wlint their intentions áro I dirt quito UridBld' to in- form you i But I cannot Dut express tho greatest indig-' nation at tho way in which tliey'-havb acted; The Stow-' ards advertise that nominations will close ....

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CRICKET. MATCHES TO COME. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 16 March 1861

Ç RICKE T. MATCHES TO COJIIÎ. Thli Diiy-Illawarra «ccoiirl UV Bellambi...... " 1«-Illawarra C. CY v. Albert second 11. " 23-Albert C. C. v. Albion C. C. Baiter Monday.-Alexandria v. Commercial.... ...Wollonjjoiii; ..Domain. ."Domain. ..Double Bar. As tho cricketing season, properly so called, draws near its CIOBO, BO does tlio activity of our players incronso, and, had tito snme spirit been manifested in Soptotnber, that is generally observable now wo have arrived nt tlio mnnth of Alarcli, the results of the season might, wo do not say would, have boon far more satisfactory. Tho events of tho week havo been a mutch botweon tho Donison nnd Albert Clubs, n meeting of tho'lattor, ns well as of tho association, anti tho initiation of moasures for engaging a professional bowler. Thcso'last aro, however, not likely to bo brought A.o much just now, not from any want oithcr pf,funds or of unanimity, but from thc very in- secure tenure by which tho Domain crickot ground is ¡ held ; and tho c...

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

Smáte TTrCKET MAÎOIT.-Wo hard rbc'oivod á manu- script iiooount ol' tho following gamo ; but our corros pondunt-writos such au oxoorablo "Bat?' that wo cannot .vouchfor tho correctness with which wo havointorprotod hin liioroglypliicsi Wo thank him, however, auaV hura modo tho moat ct Iiis uotoe; J A single wiokot match, for ä bail uni cliampagnn supV per was played in the Outer Biomain on Wednesday tub' 6tfi inst, betífáeii Messrs. T., Bennett of the'Boot-jaçTc' Yoluntbers ario Ben Palmer, on the one side, and Messrs: Punch and il'Grath, tho celebrated, watermen, on the1 tho other. The landsmen, Larthg woti tlie toss, sent their ad versoi-ie's in first, whan M'Grath scored ll and; Bunch 4. Bcnnott and Palmor each »lurking a couple. Tho sooond innings added nothing to tho scores of the ; aquatic division, and Punch, who broko down, had Mr. ? Joseph Bonnett, of ttiejlovr-oy brigade, to'ruii for him. Bennett looked very like winning tho. match when he handled tho wjllow tho second tim...

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

Bellt íi/í ¡» sydnty and Sportlnv Chronicle ts published every Saturday morning;. Country Sub»crlber» will bo rccelyed on pay- ment or Six Months In Advance; viz., 13s. Tho Quarters end ou ?the Slat March, 30trt.3unc, StrtH September, and 31st December, respectively, at, which periods only ¿sn Subscribers rellim, on paying up arrears. -Parties subscribing In tho rnlddleof a «uailcr ?will only be charged from tho date of their commencing. Adver- tisements must specify In writing on thc fáco of them the number of Insertions, or they will be continued and cliärcecl accordingly, till countermanded. -'- . AGENTS JFOä tltlS &OVÜKÄL. BXÍ.I/J LIFE :K STDKET may: tie obtained every Saturday afc Mr Donovan's, Tobacconist; King-street ; Mr Connolly's, South Head Hoad ! Mr Andrew's, Chippendale ; Mr Shaw's, Parramatta . Hoad ; Mr Leslie, Parramatto-strcet; Mr Mattes, Brickfield Hill ; Mr Bancroft, Park-street ¡ Mr Fanser, George-street ' Soutb ; , Mr Jackson, George'-stroet Soulll ¡ Mr ...

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COURT OF QUEEN'S, BENCH, GUILDHALL, DEC. 18. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 16 March 1861

ÖOÜftT ÔF ÔHËËN'S, jBENÖH, GuribaÁii^ ibic. 18. Mr Edwin ".Tarries, (J.O., and Mr Honymáii appeared ídr the plaintiff; Mr Sergeant íigott, Mr Hawkins, Q.C., and Mr C; E. Coleridge wore counsel .for the defendant. This extraordinary ceie ivia proceeded with this morn- ing. ... . ... . , 11 Thomas Wjiliàms, examined by- Mr Jambe.-Í hare beeil living with ny father it Oldbury, jn Staffordshire I was born.on Mr Wirdd's éstito/' My father conducted a brickyard for Mr Wardo. In the year Í85Í Mr Wirde took mo ¡rito Iiis service da a. hoy in tho garden. I waa wards ho wished nie td gd into his htiiisb, and go out with tho children-.. One day I wis tm the ldwri-, when. Mr Waide asl^d mo. if I should mind going frith a pretty.girli' I said "No.'1 Hé askod nie td go.round to the littlo drawing-roöiü ftöoüfc hilf=pdst Ö. dr 7 o'clock. The little drawing-room wis pri the ground-floor; ; I met him thorp; Tho .room wis ddi'k. He idok nié by the hand and led mo iilto tile room. Heledme to an arm ch...

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

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TWO-YEAR OLDS AND MAIDEN PLATERS. To the Editors of Bell's Life in Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 16 March 1861

TWO-YEAR OLDS AND MAIDBN PLATEES, To the Editors o/SelPt Life i?i Si/dni>i/.. GKXTIEMEN,-Tho subject of Maiden Plate« is ona upon which I vbntured an opinion many months ago j andi wish to recur to them in 'so far' a» they on'cct tho running of two-year olds, under our existing Bystom. The law of Maidens, which allows tho'sumo horse, if proporlj managed, to win all tho Maiden Platos of a season, is ono which'' moy, and - roost likely docs, work detrimentally to tho boat interests of thi turf, and I* can- not holp thinking that tho sooner eomojjjbhango ia mado in it tho bettor. I 'liara sevoral objection?'tb tuolprinci ple of Maiden Plate running, as carried: out in New South Walas, but a now condition, imposed nt' Band wick, has made tho next Metropolitan Maiden Plate cer- tainly a lillie' worse than any other. Tho very fact of horses entering for such races months boforc-lmnd, is of itself »ufllcient to do away completely with the character they purport to personate ; hut to man...

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POLICE: [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 16 March 1861

P O LT CE: .MBAT/Ï MunTJnsrt.-À.ideplorably, disfigúréd-lookinc. specimen, of. Bacchanalian mortality, named Michael Mealy, attired in arod shirt (du'edicilh Iiis otonbloqdj, and othcrwiso bearing unniútakcablo marks of having, been' subjected to brutal treatment, .wai' ort Monday dooked at tho Central'convincing ground; .charged by .a con-'' 'stable named LonthaJlwitliplàving assaulted him. in the. oxecutioh of Iiis duty. .-This , mild and; forbearing con- servator of tho peace deposed, that at two o'clock in tho ^ morning he found Mick '.' o'er nil tho ills of life victori- ous" in Campb,eU-streot, and stretched, like "a,warrior taking his rest", upoiî tile tbrider boson! óf his terrestrial .mother.. - This1 Seing iii contravention of tho lusldngton law, IiCntitáli proceeded to nrouse the'prostrate somuain-%. bulist, who, on partly becoming scrisibip of tho pleasant company he was in¡ roso from his. couch sind quietly pro- ceeded abput SO yards eil route, to tho V birdcage,',', wl...

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PEDIGREE AND PERFORMANCES OF VAN TROMP. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 16 March 1861

. TEDÍOKEB ¿SB PEBFOBMANCEB OP VAX Tnoarr: Van l'rbirip i» ,a dark bay lidrsCj 0 ydaro old, and starids auoút 16 Hands and it half: There is liotliing certain knöwn abolit hts pdrontiigb¿ bdt his ge^idraT ap- pearance denotes; a horse' of sduio brooding; 9lb is a low sot lengthy liorso, with, exceedingly pdworful hind quarters J Ins legs dru rernarkably good, rind, notwith- standing all tho work ho lids done, dre almost without a blemish ; gdod pir'tH; baútt, arid quarters aro IUB princi- pal characteristics ; and ho looks it horse with much cn duranco, but noi great spoedr . 1859.His first publie porfonridried was ai tho Ipswich ff,; Annual Saobs in June, whon ho, won tho Muideil Plato - of 75 aova; ono mile-heats; beating a largo field oasüy; Sanio meeting won the Wolter Stakes und Forced Handicap ; in tho last raco currying lOst 01bs( boingl-Ubs moro tlian any ol'his competitors, and was novar hooded from tho jump. In July at tho War- wick Sacos won tho tho Maiden Plato, boating ...

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

THÍRP. ÀTTSTÉÀMÀN" CHAMPION STÁKÉ oí £600, with a sweopof Ü100 each added, half forfeit ~cpeii(to"'óU tho Australian Colonies, , ¡ : , .. Provided three or moro horses start, tho second norie 'to'Tecoiro £200, and tho third horso £100 out tíf tho .BtTo° bo rim: for over tlia NEW' TO^iflf HACE TOUKSE in TASMANIA, on TUESDAY,' the 3rd . ¿ty of Dccéniher; 1861. -? . ' . l)i»tjince, three miles., -, .-. .>{./ > : Entries to be.nddro«Bed and forwarded, to; tho Boere Ány, Derwent Hotel, Hobart Town, pn or before tho 1st \{ September, 1861, Forfeit» ito ho doolar'e'd ono month ?Jtfora thè d»y of tlw race.v . . . : » . \\ ,. . Stone. lbs. Wëishti... 3-JT». old ' 7 ' -.0 ' . iv, ... 9 6 1 : 6 V, y, ' . ... 9 0 '6 ,-, ,,,&ñgod.., & 6 , . . ... .8TE\rA0BS. 'J. h. B. Tábart, Esq.. Thóráíto Fióíd, Esq. .John Lord, Esq. John Field,JEsq.- . W. Konrnoy, Esq . -Jas. lord, Esq. W. Doddery, Esq. . G. A. Komp, Esq;. ' 8. UlÂcTtw'oîl, Esq.- . .?>?'?.. . Toáet -iîtli Stewards to ...

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BELL'S LIFE IN SYDNEY. SYDNEY, MARCH 16, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 16 March 1861

BELL'S LIFE IN SYDNEY. ... srnttr, MARCS: IO, isci. ^T'îs'nbt creditable'to the Volunteer bony,'that ' the Inspecting Field Officer has'beon compelled to | ? . issue a general order, censuring'tlie indifference of its mombefs to thc duties of -drill ¡ or that ho . shoiil.l be under the'ftecessity of noticing in terms.. of i"pfrinch, the unmeaning, and. childish'! ' practice of " laughing and' talking in the ranks."1. " Such conduct, if persisted in, will certainly nor ' add materially to tlie^ pntstion or popularity of - the corps ; or enable'them tb attain those acquire-1': Yrienis, without which, they 'cnn'neverhope 'to'be-; -come Vgood soldiers.'' We much regret that occasion has been given to COLONEL KEMPT to; pronounce these strictures, and .trust -they will.' have the effect of awakening'the. Volunteers to a : becominn sense of the importance of the dnties 'Uif-y have taken upon themselves. If they really have a desire to derive any advantage from mili-* tcry>instr«ctiont't...

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

THE SPIRIT OF THE WEEK; "Notlüng vel-y remarkable has occurred to roark the past week;-Business-' remains in sta/u jud, and another mercantile failuro lins taken place*; : . ' ', ? . Tho ' Parliamentary' doings of tno-' week- hare, for a wonder, produced rio feature of " intenso intorest." Wed- nesday was á "bount 'oút," and the priricipol business dono'tias" boon confined to tho Chinese Immigration Bill and the Estimates, j"jThe attempt of our relrencliing Government to indrèàse tifo solarleiT .elf Custom Blouse officials wis very properly scouted jbylh'è Hoùsev .-.*.-i"; - "Tlió ' British ; ship'.Aloe came into collision with thc Anioricnn. whaler Beverley, oil'Port .Phillip'-Heads,' by which accident the' Beverley' received à considerable 'Amountat'damage*. ' . , ','.'." ; ' Mr. Doniclli, of? Melbourne',- has ? recently produced a first-rate Bámplo 'of mácc'ároni, mode from Adelaido fino ! flour.'' '. '_'.' ',:";-?-ï;."',¡'. "' Mr. Thomas' Clïïrh'side', "of 'Viirtoria, has- prese...

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

LOCALINTELLIGENCE. .TACK Saspnctts ix BnimiMÁ GAOL.-Tho oxcellent «ampio set by thc " gentío sltophbrds" of tho metro jolitan " riodol prison" lins not boen lost upon their «niable bretlircn, who pine for liberty amid the chilling ¿loom of our rural " Jugs." Fired with a noble ambi- tion of ernulnting tho deeds of Darlinghurst, and properly Whamed of longer intruding upon tho gonorous hos- pitality-of tho Sheriff, ' Messrs East and Paulott, who iave for samo timo honored Berrima Gaol with their presence, bade adiou to their kind entertainers, on Eri- th}- morning early for tho purpose no doubt of joining '^he lamb» at tho Hat. It nppcars that on Friday "when morning grevngray," the chief wardor of Berrima Custlo went his customary round to opon tho doors of the .partments occupied by tho visitors, nnd'on opening timi of Messrs Kost and Pnulctl he was surprised ut receiving ' so response to his matutinal greeting of " good morning ¿«ntlernen." ' ' Great was the amazement, and may be ...

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PROFESSIONAL BOWLERS. To the Editors of Bell's Life in Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 16 March 1861

PROFESSION"Ali BOWLERS, To the Editors of Hell's Life in Sydney. O-r.îTTLJîsiE»,-I wrote you a lbw lines a week or two since on this subject, but nono of Tour cricketing scribos luwo mado any . BÎgn for or against my proposition. True it ia, that in my ramhloa I havo Leard several people . remark that for tho Criekotcrs^AssbbintiDii to próvido tho howler, is without tho* bouiids '."of" possibility ; still this assertion lias never bebri backed by argument, and everything I see tends tb convince me, not only that tho courses I havo recommended is tho best, but that it is tho only one which is at all likely to bo carried out, with any benefit lo tho game of cricket. Thóro' ard so many reasons in favour ol' an Association, os against a Club, Bowler, that I hardly know how lo cram even a titile bf them into this letter ; but I will just tuko d. glatico at u few of tho weightiest, ' " , ' 'Most' people will allow thdt tlio origogehient of a Pro- fessional '"Bowler would bo too groat a ta...

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

SYDNEY HORSE MARKET. Messrs Burt and Co have little change to report in the horse mnrket. Well broken powerful young horses are much wanted, and sell readily at good figures. During the week several useful lots have come in from Goulburn and the coast districts, all of which have been cleared without trouble ; several unbroken lots have also been sold at prices ranging up to £20 and £25 for draught colts. No demand for inferior horses.                        

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EXTRAORDINARY EXPOSURE AND DELICATE DISCLOSURES!!! (A Reported by the London "Times," December 19.) COURT OF QUEEN'S BENCH, GUILDHALL, DECEMBER 17. (Sittings at Nisi Prias, after Term, before the Lord Chief Justice COCKBURN and a Special Jury). HOOPER V. WARDE. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 16 March 1861

* EXTRAORDINARY EXPOSURE ? ' ÀHD ... DELICATE DISCLOSURES ! ! ! (Ai Jtejiorled bf-the ionian " -Times," December 19.J COURT OF QUEEN'S BENCH, GUILDHALL, DECEMBER 17. (Sitlings al Jftsi Prius, after Term, lefore the Lord Chief Justice COCKDDUK and a Special Jura). ? nooPKU v. WAnDB. Mr. Edwin'James, Q.C,. and Mr. Honyrààn appeared for the plaintiff r Mr. Serjeaiut . Pigott, Mr, Ifaivkins, Q.C, anil Mr. Coleridge were counsel for Hie defendant. This is ono of the iho3t extraordinary causes of modern times,* not only on . account of its general features, but from the strange details which wore elicited from tho plaintiff by tho léárnód Counsel who appeared oh her behalf. .. . . .. . ... - . Tho : declaration .'stated that Anna Marin,. 'Cobden Hopper was the pïaintilT and Thomas Charles Wàrdè was tho defendant. Tho plaintiff complained timi.ott several occasions' the defendant has assaulted her.. There was a count in trover for detaining'"articles of jewelry, arid another count for mone...

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

ÜAYKAIKST Pates* -Hay, ti Od lo Ts 0-11 straw. 3» 0.1 to 4s 6d i wheal, 0» 0,1 to 7s Od ; oats, 4i Od to 4s On; harley, 3s 9d to4i0ilicowi> £50s to.£9 0s; calves, .Ms to 40 (bark, £» Os to £5 0s per ton; »reen stuff from 9d to It pendo'fcou bundle» ; corn, 6s 81 to 0» Od per bushel. - - . *- '

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