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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 27 October 1860

A. HUNT AFTER "TUB SOOIAH EVIL."-At itho Mucj (Juartor Sessions on Thursday, James Moore,- of fjuceu's-placc, Sydney, stood indicted for that he, on rho 1st day of September, 1880, and o'u divors other days Întl tunes bet wcon that day and tho day of exhibiting '' ' information, did koep for lucre nnd gain, certain ill 'rued and disorderly houses, in tho parish of St Tcnce, in tho city of Syduoy, in tlio colony of Now h Wales, to wit bawdy houses. The Crown Prosc 1 -', nssistod by Mr E. J. Cory, prosecuted. Mr Deu ilel'euded the prisoner. Tho witnesses called for i 'iroieeutlon, woro sergeant Bush, constable Potter, I'."houuis Quigloy, tinco women of tho town, and a í i -M-irshall, who deposed to certain disorderly con | . '. ni-r.cd on iu tho houses, and to tho conduct of tho inmates of tho houses, and of the prostitution being car- ried on withintho said houscsfwitli the* prisoner's know- ledge apd consent, and that the defendant (old1 tho girls not to have any mon in the houses,'...

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 — 27 October 1860

j MTJRDMIS IN TnB UNITED KINGDOM.-It is ono o^ tho most melancholy, and, to my mind, one of the most dangerous, symptoms of our national unhoallhincsa, that gigantic crimes so frequently ovado tho powers of the law. Tho Richmond murdoror has novor been dis- covered ; for the law has said as plainly as it eau, that Dr. Sinothurst cannot bo proved to have beou tho guilty man. Tho Hoad murder remains a mystery. And now, during tho past week, the Liverpool poisoning caso has boon " given up," after a prolonged investigation, by an intelligent British jury. At present, I say nothing of tho Btrnngo Edinburgh case, which threatens to bo im ponetrnbly obscuro, and us safo from punishniont, us its predecessors in horror und atrocity. Here, then, wo seo the most monstrous ann abominable of all crimes, nourishing and increasing through tho admitted incom potency of the law to discover and deal with its porpo trators. What 19 likely to bo thogonorul effect? Will not the law itself bo degraded ?...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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SPORTING CHRONICLE. RACES TO COME [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 27 October 1860

SPORTING CHRONICLE. -00 R A O 15 S T O O O M B. ' Rroeza.Nov aiit a- d üünd. I.lvorpool.Dee 2Ciu and Ü7ili. vioTonu. , Tallaroop naces.Oct 31»t and Nor ltt V. T. C. «prill* Mealing .Nov ISih, loth, and 17th CaaUamalne Racei.?.Nov *J7tli and 28lli Hamiltoii 1 taco«................Dea --- Ballaarat T. O Spriiiit Meetln«.Deo 6U1. lith, and Titi Smythesdale, Bruwn's, and Carngham Au- , nu»! Hoces.».-»Dee 111 h and I2U> Plough Inn Race»..'.'...Deo aOUi Warrimmbool Race«.»....Doe 27tl» and 2alh Bnurnriold Hace* .Jan 1st Penola linces.Jan 81I1 and Oth l'unland Itacca.Jan S2od, 33rd, and üíth TASMANIA. Third Auitrallan Champion Rinke».December 3rd, 1801. QUEENSLAND. Queonaland Champion Sweoptlakes.Hay Î9ih, 1801.

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 — 27 October 1860

THE SBEßlT OP THE "WEEK. Tlio parliamentary proceedings of tho wcok havo formed tlioprincipnl fcaturo of public intorcst sinco <air last. Tho Land Bul proceeds, like lawyers going to Heaven by " degrees." Business has been, ns tho term is, " quiet." By the Lrt Hogue, whioh arrived on Tlmrsday several old and respected eolonistshavenrrived, whomwocordinlly welcome back to tho shores of the " sunny South," after having enjojed a pleasant and prosperous voyage from those of " merry Englnnd." Chnrlos Kellett was drowned in attempting to cross , tlio Indigo Crock, near Albury, whdo in n stato of in- toxication. The old man McDonald convicted at tho last Bathurst -Issues of rape upon tho person of a young girl, lias been discharged from custody by the oxceutivo. An old w oman named Rosa Gordon, and a man of tho Dime of Thomas Wright havo died from tho offeets of di«easo resulting from intemperance. _ James Law lato of Miller's Forest, Maitland, was killed uibrunfaneotnly by a f...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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EXECUTION OP PRICE AT WARWICK. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 27 October 1860

EXECUTION OP PRICE AT WARWICK. , On Monday morning Francis Price, convicted at tho recent Warwickshire assizes of the murdor 'of a young woman, namod Sarah Pratt, whom ho had courted, ana who was eorvaut at a small public-house in Birmingham, paid the penalty of his crhno on a Bcalfold in front of the county jaiL There was a largo concourse of persona to witness the execution, but tho culprit went through the scene with much norvo and firmness. Ho delivered a speech as ho stood by tho gallows, admitting his guilt, and exprossivo of regret that ho liad boon induced to plead " not guilty" at tho timo. Sinco his sentence tho culprit had directed lus mind to thocousolatiousof religious instruction, and a momont after his short address was finished the bolt was drawn, mid ho died without a struggle. Tho hangman (Georgo Smith) rocoived somo rather rough treatment'beforo roturning from Warwick. It appears that Price failed to give tho customary signal, by dropping his pockcthandkcrchiof, a...

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 — 27 October 1860

Tin» CiiASiíioK M.vroit botwcon Newbold'and tho Elfin Knight.-Tho abùro match onmo oil' on .Thursday lust, on tho North Grafton oourso, tlu-eo milos, ano evont,' for £50 a-flido. Ador an' nduilrablo start, both horses kopt togotlicr for tho Ural mile, Newbold liaving tho iu sido running, but on turning tho milo post tho grey shot alioad, and it was then' ovidont tho heavy ground told against Newbold, and that tho Knight had it all his own way, as ho carno in an easy vrinuor by Bovornl lengths. Timo-6min. 15B. ' ..? ' v ' ' , ' v

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 — 27 October 1860

THE TURF. NOTHING has as yet been done in the matter of the New Year's Day Races, beyond calling a meeting of the members of Tattersall's for next Tuesday evening ; and, as matters now stand, we must postpone any expression of opi- nion. From a letter in another column it will be seen that the racing public have commenced to think for themselves on the subject. Our young sister, Queensland, has come out with a Champion Race, which, in point of magni- tude, eclipses all the others, and shows that there, at any rate, the turf is in the ascendant. We have now three large stake3 before the public ; The Champion Race of Queensland, The Two Thou- sand Guineas of Victoria, and The Third Great Champion Race to be run in Tasmania, in December '61; and we cannot help ' thinking that the project for establishing a large St. Leger in New South "Wales, proposed by us some time since, might, if now carried out, afford. a popular i and-, seasonable addition to tie present bill of fare.' At the nex...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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LATEST FROM THE SNOWY RIVER [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 27 October 1860

LATEST FROM THE SNOWY RltfER. Telographio communication between Kiandra and Syd-" noy is now prfrfcotod. * Wo i learn-by telegram tliat tile rush from Kiandra to Waugiuy all has subsided, and that1' tho advent of diggers to tho Snowy is Topidly increasing. Tho-weather is ali that can bo desired, mid tho yield of gold satisfactory ; although tho disastrous effects of tho luto flooding of tho river liuyo only beon partially over- . come.*_; _,) < i. \

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MURRURUNDI RACES. FIRST DAY, OCTOBER 11th. ' MAIDEN PLATE of £40. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 27 October 1860

BTURRURUNDI RACES. Fins? DAY, OOTODEU 11th. ' MAIDEN PÍATE of £40. A. toiler's Taiiiv.oith.t.....¿...Tracey ] W. Wlulitiiian'a Daniel O'Kourko ...-.,. 2 V Couctofl'a Constancy .,............i...-.,.,..dr ". Won easily. i i ' , ',MUItneTRÜNDfTOWNrLATBof£40J , W. WlKhtman's Hen Bolt.Jfcwe 1 1 v. ,Join» Wlghnnan's Little Pert.,.i. » 3 f~V s v- HtrnttY SoirnuY RACB of £20. { - -W. WlKlitman's Daniel O'llourke.Murray! 0 0 1 1 Ja». Su\ Ill's Sardine.IS 3 2 2 A. Ley's Alice lia« thorne .¡0 0 3 3 SECOND DAY, OCTOHEU 12th. Pirui.ioANs' Ponan of £50. W. Wightman'i Ben Bolt ._."....MOJO 1 John Wightman'« par^O'Rourko,.. 2 LADIES' PUIISE of £25, Onus's Blue-tall Fly ...,..,..Thompson 4 1'1 Loder*« Tnmnorth.!.<. 14 2 Hopkin'» Lord Ungían . 2 2 dr No» land's Quandutn. 3 3 dr C'ONSOLAIION Sl'AKES of £15. I Alexander Johnston's Sardine. 1 V> lglitman'i Dan O'llourke. S

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THEATRICALS. ROYAL VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 27 October 1860

THEATRICALS. BOrAIi YICTOEIA. Mr. Richard Youngo's eugagemont lins, wo regret to say, proved signally unsuccessful, n succession of bad houses having boon tho order of tho night since tho date of our last notice. This unsatisfactory stnto of things was in flomo dcgroo owing to tho pieces produeod, wliioh certainly cannot lay alaim to much literary Of dramatic merit, if wo except Iho "Bent Day" by Douglas Jerrold. In " G-arribaldi" there aro one or two fino spcoehos, und tho situations uro somewhat pieturcsrjuo ; but taking the dialogue generally it is tamo and insipid, und the plot presents nothing to engago tlio iutercst of an audience. Tlio talo from which tho drama of Mary Price is derived is undoubtedly, clover ¡ tho dramatisation however gives but a very faint iden indeed of Mr Reynolds' work, and is ovidontly tlio porformnneo ' of a mero tyro in the art, of play writing. The talo of "Mary Prico" in ,tho hands of a good dramatist would doubt- less make a most offert ¡ve stage p...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 27 October 1860

ENTLEMEN favouring, us with orders for« this Journal will bo plsasad- to ondoso tho necessary advance for six months subscription, mx 13s, or a £1 note which will cover three quarters of the year. _PICKEBINQ & NICHOLS. BRISBANE, QUEENSLAND. MR, CHARLES H. BARLEE is horeby appointed Agent for Hutu's LIFB IN SYDNEV, in Brisbane, und is authorised to receive orders from subscribers mid' advoi-tisers resident in Queensland, his receipt being u sufficient acknowledgment for nil monies paid to lum on our account. PICKERING & NICHOLS.".. Oct. 1st, 1860. G

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PEDESTRIANISM. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 27 October 1860

PEDESÏEIANI.SM:. i BACH TOR £10 ASIDE.-It boing protty generally known that at tho close of tho rnco meeting on Xuesdnv evening a match had been made botweon Harry Meharry the jockey, and Aaron "Baker, alias tho Don of Wagga Wagga, to run a foot raco on tlio lovel green »ward neur the theatre, distance, 100 yards, for £10 aside, a goodly number of the lovers of sport turned out to witness the contest. Aaron wits decidedly tho fuvourite, although it was purt of tho arrangement that hu was to give his antagonist tho advantngo of a yard in advance, nnd Hint he was to encumber himself by carrying n 71b. weight in each hand. People helieto willingly onough in Molmrty's ability to niovo swiftly over tho ground by tlio ngoncy of a horso'B logs, but his own pedestals nnd tout allembie do not appear cut out precisely for ileetness, whilo tho an- tecedents of Aaron havo been Biieh as lo justify his friend' in backing liiin with thoir notes. However, a capital start was effected, and Mohartj '...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 27 October 1860

I Sizs OP JuO.YDoy.'-London, snys tho liogistor-Gtonornl, now covers 121 nqitaro miles. ' It is equal to throe LobdonB of 1800. It inoreasos at the rato of about 1,000 ' a wook, half by births (their oxocss ovor deaths) and by immigra- tion (their excess over emigration), it is remarkable that in London one in six of thoso who lottvo tim world dina in one uf tho public institutions-a workhouse, hospi- tal, OBI lum, or prison, Nearly ouo iu cloven of tho doutha ii in a workjiouuo.

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THE BING: [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 27 October 1860

THE BING: A sloshing mill took placo on Thursday morning last, noar tho Crow's nest, North Shore, between tho Novico of St. Leonard's add Glover's Pet, for £5 n-sido. A ring having beon formed tho men threw oiT their castors at 8 o'clock, and ontored tho urona, the Novice attended by Bill Hoiles and Montgomery, and 'the Pet by Ingrain and Love. - To go through a full account ' of tho rounds ,would bo Buporiluous, suffice it to say tliat, after fighting 48 rounds, (one minuto and a half timo) in tiireo quarters of an hour the Pet was'forced to succumb. As to tho Pot, his abilities aro ovorralod, and wo should advise him to tako a fow lessons boforo ho attempts to outor the Bing again as a prizo fighter. ' MunaEn.-A mutch was mndoon Monday last, at'the Donison Hotel; for £150 a Bido between Alfred Jackson, the Mudgeo Champion, and Frank Norris, of Windsor to como off in eight weeks. £26 a sido deposit was tnado ; the second deposit of £100 is lo bo made in one month, and the third dep...

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EXECUTION AT CARLISLE. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 27 October 1860

EXECUTION AT CARLISLE. JGoorgo Cass, was oxeoutod at Carlisle, jail, on Tuesday, at noon, for the wilful murder of Ann Sourcil, at Kinble tolj, on the 26th of March last. At the ond of last week tho prisoner modo another statement, which, though of a soinowhat unsatisfactory character, tonds to clear up some doubts as to the uiauuor iu which the murder was cu'intuitted, und what win tho motive for such an atrocious crime. It will bo remembered that in tho prisoner's original atatemout ho said that tho girl luid asked him to mond her clog ; ho refused to do so, and aho throw a kiiife at him ; (io threw it back at har, and it stuck iu hor throat, aud thon, aftor abo had requested him to " put hor away nltogethor," ho went aud indicted tho wounds which caused lier death. He now status that a quarrel arose botweon him and the girl, in the kitchen, about a liAlf'Orown wliioh hu lind leut hor ; ho rushed at hor in a passion, and pursued her along tim passage to the outer door, whore ho ca...

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AQUATICS. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 27 October 1860

AQUATICS. BALMAIN KTIQATTA.-Tin» late period in, tho wock at whioh wo recoived tho programme put JTortlf'by tho Bnl main Bogatta Committee, prorbnted ouriuaking any allu- sion, on Saturday lost, to tho aporta 'hdvettiseds but wo cannot longer dolay noticing tho ingrodiouts'of such a good Bill of Fare. Di arranging their materials tho Pro- moters of this Aquatic tournament have neglected nothing which could assist in making up a good day's sport. Thmo aro races for all descriptions of boats at all likely to entor ¡ and wo uko tho encouragomont given to tho rising generation, m the persons of boys anti youths ; who, nt any rate are hkoly lo do thoir bqst, 'and niako then* contests Intcrostuig to spectators geueriiUj ; us well i as aafu to those who like to bank thoir fancy. Thu ap- pointed day being thal of the red loiter of St. Andrew, thura will, without doubt, be a largo number of persons present ; und tho number of recostó bagot through, isasufil ciout guarantoo that the delays", ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 27 October 1860

HxcriANOK Hill. GRAND CONCEIIT.-Master Ander- son, a nativo of tho colony,-who, at tho early ago of 51 -years modo his debut as a musioal performer undor thoi wnncdintq patronago of Sir .William. Denison in .Tau I mania, will givo his Hist concert in Sydney nfc tho nbo>o hull on Tuesday ovoning next. Our'young artist loft | Sydney about four years iBince for Europe to im prove his musical studies. On his arrival in London stier a rigid examination before a board eomprisod of tho most eminent muinbors of the profes- sion, ho -waa admitted a .-student to the Royal-Academy of Music ; nnd sinco" his 'admission td tliñti institution Muster Anderson lids made rapid strides; vin Ihe art* by careful* attention undor his instructor,-Dr, W. s! Bennett, olio of the niosj;,-' classical performers, and con> posers of tliongo, Í Muster jUido)-soi}.lm¿'Porfo^mcd re- peatedly in .'london," arid lim'porAii-iiianp'çijhàftri) -critical audiences havo bcon"received with unbounded enthu- siasm. Ko...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 27 October 1860

Mu. FiiANic LTOWSON'S OPERATIC CoxcunT, No. 1. As wo anticipated, this concert was^a success. " Whon wo say success, it must not bo construed in tho ordinary meaning of tho term, bccims'o in goneral it is tho"pmctico of tho prosont day torosort to every possiblQ7¿ncans in tho way of "pers'pvcring agonts," "gigantic postors," " distinguished patronage"-puffs of overy eoneoivablo st) lo, enumerating most impudently (we think) the most startling assortions1, suchas " Nature's great delineator"! " The oiilg living actor" ! " The great Tragedian" .' The toorld-renomied Prima Donna" ! &c, including every species of outside charlatanism and dodgo to produce an nnticipntory ex'eitomoment and furore in favor of the "star of tho greatest magnitude." In Italy 'mid Germany tho system of " starring, '.' , now, so fashionnblo in Englnnd and' Amoricn, is unknown. Tlio idea'of any person styling theinsolvos tho " Greatest living actor," " the eminent Basso" <X.o., would bo doomed...

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STONEY MARKETS, FRIDAY. WHOLESALE PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 27 October 1860

STONEY MARKETS, FRIDA.Y. WHOLESALE rateas. WHEAT, 7S to 81 por bushel t flour, £19 per ton : maize, 2« 91 to 3s barley, 4a i cape ditto, 4s per bushel ; hay, eaton, £8 ; Income £4 per tent butter, lOd to Is ; cheese, Od to 1st bacon and bania 6d to Hd per lb t KtfRt, (K1 to Is lier dozen t (bivi«, 2i 6d to 3s 6d per couple ; potatoes, ¿11 In £16 per ton | fat pigs 04 to 8a per lb : beef, ,40a, mut Ion, fio per cwt ; Hide*. 5a to 161 tobacco, la 2d to la Sd per lb, beat Quality. Iiucerne aeed la Cd per lb, retail Sa ; perronnlnl red clover, ditto ditto; whlto Dutch, dllto ditto; atnilon and mixed graue«, la per lb, sorghum aaccbanuum, la per lb i aeed oat» Sa Od to Sa Od per buahcl. FERRIS AND SON, Commission Agenta.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 27 October 1860

' (To the Editor! of Belts Zifaïin Syàwy.) x . , Griwra.MKN-During tho last two'or titree wooka, I liavo Been in jour paper moro than ono allusion toltarne races, which, it was behoved, tho members of Tattorsall's Subscription Boom would bo_instrumental in bringing olT, on tho Itrst of tho new j car j and, indocd, I hnvo heard, from other quarters, a good deal on tho same subject, over since the project was mooted. As far a» I understand the matter at present, it appears that the Jockey Club havo refused to allow theso races to bo run at Randwick ; and this rofusal has given,' in somo quarters, a vast amount of dissutisfuction. I thought a meeting of Tattersall'! Club would have been hold, before this, to consider tins refusal j and, as I look at tho mattor very impartially, I think it quite a pity that any ill feeling should oxist about it, which might very possibly all ho cleared away if tho caso w ore proporly looitod into. If tho Band« ¡ali courso belongs to tho Australian Jocke...

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