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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 23 March 1861

MISCELLANEOUS-.' A MAN KtLuio BY A LION AT ASTLEX'.S.-A torrible encounter took place at Astley'B Amphitheatre on Jan. 7. ? Au under-groom named Smith was, htcràliy.throttled to death by ono of tho lions" which play sp prominent a part in tho holiday cntcrthinnicnts at this place of ainusc mont. Tho lions, turco in number, uro» confined in a. oago at tho back of "the stage.. When the night "watch- man loft the theatre in tho morning, A fow minutes before 7, ho reported " all right." ' Shortly afterwards Smith, the deceased, entered the place and found tho lions ' prowling abouti They had torn off a heavy iron bar which crossed the front of their cage, and then burst open tho door. Smith was alone, and, not being fami- liar with tito animals, ho attempted to escapo into an ad- joining stdblo yard. His situation was a frightful one, ) and most men would linvo acted precisely as ho aid under, similar ^irdunistancc« ; but the probability is that if ho had stood his ground boldly his lif...

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 — 23 March 1861

THE SilEiü OP THE "rTEÍÉi . Thp evont of the week has, of Cdurlfo, "boen the nrrivnl of Sir John Young,-our now Govornor-Qcneral. Tho news by tlio Northam is generally 'regarded as serious, both politically and 'commercially. ' In tho Assombly tho principal business bf tile week was transacted, when in immonso stun o'f jmblio nionoy was voted-with a iprbinptitudo delightful to feelings of our oxcellcrtt ministers, and equally -honorable to the vigilance of our t-eproscntatives,'or, as sonio will have it,' misrepresenlaticis. Business rcrnains inactive», bot the recent nowa will/no dànuVprôduco a change. ' "? On tho passago of tho Koericr whioh àmvod'ôn Mon- day, from Amsterdam, a scanlon nomod Kraal fell over- board and was drowAod. A sdrious accident occurred to otie o'f tîio'erevv 'of the Tasmania shortly after leaving the wharf* at Hobart Town, Tile ilhförtonato mau fell from »loft on to the docl>, nnd fractured the bono over tile right eye. The Suint Patrick's banquet -uhiah ...

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 — 23 March 1861

JCELUIOHOLV OcauBUÈrèt:.-Mr Williavn. Scott, a Gentleman eg Vear» of age, who arrived hero uot long «He*, for (ho benoflt of his Health, by tho "light of tho Tt?," was iound dead on Thursday morning, in one of "Wclosotsin tho rear of tho Exchange. It appears that on Wednesday Mr, Scott left his homo at l'addiugtoit, «tue into town, dinod at tho Star llotol, mid wds aftor Jfwda w-ou iu the roadujg.roony p^tlia^Kchaiigo. ábouL Jour o'clock. Proîn tlint tuna nothing moro »vas seen of Ta. uutdtHe'dlsoovoryon the follotviug-inörning of his bfelois holy, on which an inquest was huld.and.u..TÔfeliot « 'died from a fit of apoplexy'/, returned, volrjäuptt ¡«.a Uto father of Sub-Gtold CoihrniMio'lior Scott now'.iu «tMiiandradistriob '/ ' .»,V»i> ¿- '"-'. * *'- i'.*"1" '.'.

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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ENGLISH NEWS PER "NORTHAM." [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 23 March 1861

'? ENGLISH NEWS PER "NOETHAH." .. Tho arrival 6T the ¡Northam has placed ua in possession of intelligence to the £fth January. , The principal item, of English domostic intelligence ia tho unexampled seventy of the last winter, the thermo- meter standing Ï4 degrooa below Zero. During the week ending 19th January, the deaths in London amounted to the frightful number of 1920. The conse- quence was tho endurance by the poor of the most in- tense Bufferings and privations. In London and else- where largo bands of mon were bandering in cold and misery soliciting charity for their destitute families. Tho Prince of Wales had resumed his studies at Cam- bridge, and Prince .Alfred had sailed for the West indios. A large reduction of seamen in the Navy irai contem- plated. Parliament was further prorogued to the Bth February The apprchonded dofficiency in the supply of cotton, in consequence of tho disturbances in America, ivas ex- citing great Attention, and largo and influential xrieetings...

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 — 23 March 1861

BDBTON'B NATIÓÍÍXII CiBcVe.-This popular place of, amusement has been open nightly, sintió Mondays bosidcs one day performance on Wednesday. The Troupe, equals, ii not surpasses, any that has hitherto visited Syd- ney ¡ and all wo can sxy, to those of our follow towns- people who have not lound this out for themselves is, thit (lie sooner thoy^do so, tho moro opportunities thoy will hive of ropeaiing the dose, which á first visit will jMsinly render necessary. W« arc glàd to soo our old ftttod " Hohnes " moro "° clowmish" than ever ; though !» did dme his buggy past our office yesterday afternoon , Jitbout condescending to try the quality of our shorry. I -Jot the least attractive feature of the entertainment, is ft« graceful "perform anco of the pretty, though petite 'ÇiiMtrixnno, Miss Aitken. Tho stay of .iho Company in 8ydney will positively not bo nrolonged beyond tho [«nod announced. WÖ invito particular attention to tho taionnccmont of a mid-dáy* performance this day, com gffl...

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 — 23 March 1861

AGENTS FOR THIS JÔÙËNAL. , BELL'S Lirra iv STOSET may bo obtained ovcry Saturday at Mr Donovan's, Tobacconist, King-street ; Mr Connolly's, South Head Hoad; Mr Andrew's, Chippendale; Mr Shaw's, Parramatta Hoad; Mr Leslie, Parramatta-strcet; Mr Mattos, »rickllcld lilli; Mr Bancroft, Park-street, Mr Tanser, Gcdrre-strect South, Mr Jackson, George-street South ; Mr Luccrda, Parramatta street: Mr Bartlett, George-street; Mr Holmes, Ursklne-staet ; Mr I.arler, South Head Hoad ; Mr Frank, Market-street West, Mr Isaac, Davis, Tobacconist, Gcorge-strcct, near Market-street ! Mr f. St. Moore, Cdstlereagh-strcet ; Mr Ford, Gcorge-stroet North; andMrGeorge Allen, Botany Road, Kedron. Agcnoloi) arc required far other portions of the city and suburbs. Adelaide.It. B. Colley Albury._.. Messrs Middleton and Co Appin.C. Morris, Junior Armidale, Kew England.John Moore Balmain.Mr Glover Bathurst .Archibald K. Thompson. Berrima....Joieph Lovcy Black Creek ?'.,.J. Harris Bómbala, Maneroo .Maurlee Solom...

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SPORTING CHRONICLE. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 23 March 1861

SPORTING CHRONICLM It AC E S .TO Ú Ô M È. Terrien _...."".-"......March 58ih, 8oDih Creek ......April lit and 2nd Cano Cove.?"..AprilBnd. , Dubbo .-.April 81h, Bth anl lOth. Corni. .».April 17th, lBth, md 19tb. Tamworth ._.April 24th and Ï5th. Unrtley ._.Apnl 33rd, 21th, m<l Sith. Randwick, Autumn.-..~.April, Ï5th, JOth aid 27th. QTJEBNBLAND. . . i Queensland Champion Swetpstas.es ".."Way 23tb., . North australian Mcatlas, Ipswlcb.JUDO 4U», 6th and Sti. TASKANÍÁ.. Third Australian Ctiamplon Sukes .........December 3rd.

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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THEATRICALS ROYAL VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 23 March 1861

' T H B A ,T E I C À. Ii Sh ROYAL VICTORIA. The performances sin'co-our last, if wb except Mr| Bind'B benefit, call for but little.notice. .'Mr Buchanan and his talented daughter, have appeared throughout the" »esk, in ShuL-Bpe'rian bid other chanictors. On Tuosday, night we oro happy to say that what is, so often a " raia niiroer," was in reality »'"bonofít" to MrDind ; nnd all rho. have-been in thb habit of frequenting the Royal Vic- ' torio, or who know Mr fiiid'" out of doors" will r'ojoico, with ÜB that Buch should havo been the caso. , To night, "Tlio Sen," or " Tho'Ocean Child," to bo followed by 'Kate Kearney," will wind tip a somewhat tamo week.

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

"\VET6AIII.-Titi« splondiá niaro, tho proporty of Mr H. Redwood, junior, having won almost everything sho ran for at Canterbury, has changed hands for tho sum of £800.-Marlborough Prest. _ . Tiru Ttracisn JÍ*.Tir.-The following, from ÉèWs IAfe in fordon of tho 18th January, shows that tho apph'ca-, tion of tho Turkish Ditli to horses ÍB now an established fact:-"Mr. Samuel Clark, of Newmarket, has just com- pleted a,Turkish bath for Lord Clifdou'a establishment ¡ and wo iiudarstaild Lord Stamford, Mr IT. Savillo, and i Mr 8." Rogers arc «soil having ono oroclod on thotr pro ' misw." ""'~

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

GüAHD COMPIIMF.KTATtY PlOEON MATCH.-This ¿«li ntng arrangement lins been made a sort of " movcublu feast," from Ormeau View to Randwick, whcro all the great shooters ivill assomblo to-dfey at 10 o'clock. From"' what wo know of tho preliminaries, as well as of the gen-, 'tlemch who havo tho settlement of the thing, wo aro con rincod that tlio affair will .bo both complimentary to Mrv Whitfield and aatinfaotory to the visitor«. That Mr* Vettmnn manages the feoaing, is á sufficient guarantee ' that tho ".ßxins" will bo coiiiplete. t Í CIIAMPIOX RIME Cup.-It will bo seen from an ad-; Vertisement in this day's issue, that ovory thing is now in readinesB to afford practice td 'intending competitors for., 'lois trophy. As tho .Champion, Cup is calculated to. leightcn (if pössiblo) tliö esprü de corps of our Volun- f teers, wo both hopo and expect that a large number will' 'enter for the p'rize. '. * y

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LATEST ENGLISH BETTING. (Bells Life in London, Jan. 27). CHESTER CUP. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 23 March 1861

-LATEST ENGLISH BETTING. fJBelVs Li/a i» Zondon, Jan. 27J. CHESTER CUP. - 1 Chère Xrnlo.Godding. Í2 to I (of) , Industrloui .IV. neater.. Soto 1 ftk) Klillgrew.C. nalcain. 35 to 1 (off) Umpire .Pryor.1000 to SO (tk) Lawyer _.T. Cliff.WOO to SO (tk> Somersault .TV. Pay. SO to I (tk) ' The Brewer .J. Hucbei. SO to 1 (tk) Pagoda .Jos. Dawson..1000 to IS (tk) Bridegroom .Private.1000 to 10 (tk) TWO THOUSAND Kettledrum .Oates. 8 to 1 (off) KlarikofT .J.Scott . 15 to 2 (tk) i Overton. A. Taylor. JO to 1 (tk) DERBY. Dundee .».M. Dawson . S to 1 (off) IliKßcn.rrlvote. H to 1 (off) Kettledrum .Oates. 20 to 1 (tk) I KlarlkoiT.J.Scott..:. S2 to 1 (off) ''Overton .A. Ta} tor. 40 to 1 (tk) Tho Drake.-.J. Scott. SO to I (tk) Itombardicr .C. Westlake. SO to I (tk) i .York Minster.Oates . SO to 1 (tk) i Knt. ofthcThlttle.J.Scott. Sp to 1 (tk) .Preceptress.Walter May. SO to 1 (tk) ;-Jloyallltu .T. Jennings.10(10 to IS (tk) ' Straggler.Channell .1000 to IS (tk; ' Kins of Kent.»Codding .1000 to IS ...

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

CaioEBTiso EXTiiAonDijíATtY.-On Saturday "last a match tvis played at Etiileld-lock, between, two elevens 'of the Royal Small Arms Factory Club, Enfiold, and much interest nos thereby excited on account, first, of 'the novelty of the game nt this season oT the year j and, secondly, of the gamo being played on rho ico, and nil the' 'players being in »Kates. Some thousands of spectators assembled to witness tho match. Much sport wa3 caused by tho numerous trips on the ico, the batsriicn being tlio 'parties who Buffered most from this slippery mishap. Nevertheless, the günib passed off without any serious accident, to tho evident gratification of tho lookers-on, who, although tlio second innings was played in a fall of .now, stood bravely to their posts until darkness put an ed to the play, Which, whilo it lasted, was somewhat of lie eccentric order ; tho slightest hit, if not promptly j'opped, frequently causing a hilndrdd yards' raco by tho ¡¡elders after tho bull, und several limes ...

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BELL'S LITE IN SYDNEY. SYDNEY, MARCH 23, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 23 March 1861

BELL'S LITE IN SYDNEY. SmXEY, MARCH 23, 18G1. TUB intelligence from Europe received l>y the Northam is of a more momentous character than, anv that has reached this Colony for manv years, and will create that deep interest which its poli-, tical and commercial importance is so well calcu- lated to awaken. Our reader* will receive with sentiments of profound sympathy and regret, the heartrending details of the appalling sufFeiings hy the poor throughout England, occasioned by the intense severity of the winter. Beneath the sunny tihies of this fair land many will no doubt find it difficult to realize, even in imagination, the fear ful picture of thousands of poverty stricken men parading the streets craving for assistance for iheir famNliing families. The truth of this, harrowing statement is, however, amply confirmed by the terrible fact that in London alone'thedeaths ¡none week of January had reacheiKto nearly two thousand, themajoritv being no doubt accelerated by the privation...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 23 March 1861

r^ENTLEMEN -favouring us with orders for this T Journal will he pleased to enclose the nocossnry advance for sit'monthi subscription, viz 13s, or a £1 . note which wÜhcover íhW>p quarters of the rear. _.PICKERING & NICHOLS. ' NOTICE.-MR. W. COWNAN, of the Steam Taetot Hotel, is hereby appointed agent for BETX'S LIFE IS STBXET, for'the town of Grafton and the district of the Clarence Rivor, and will receive all orders from this data from advertisers and subscribers. . PICKERING and NÍCHOLS. Sydney, 10th Mareil, 1BÖ1. " .: KÖTTCET^iiTGEÖRlJE^SiDNEY is horehy np pointed agent for BELL'S LIFE IN SYDNEY, for. the town of Murrurundi and the Burroundinp district, and will from this date receive orders from subscribers ' nd a/lvorKee«. PICKERING and NICHOLS. ' Sydney, 19th March, a80L * - NOTICE.-Mr MAURICE LYNCH is horehy np pointed agent for BELL'S LIFE for the Town of Hartley and the surrdundiner district, and will receive orders for advertisements and subscriptions from this'...

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To the Editors of Bells Life in Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 23 March 1861

To tha Editors of BcWs ''Life in Sydney. GENTjJnirxjf,-Tlio match of the prosentTweck, between. ?the Illawarra C. C. nnd tho second elovon of mo Àlbort, 'Club, lias furnished mo with an additional argument in favor of my plan for the provision of professional assist-, ance-Tho country players, who wcro on this occasion j-sugod against Sydney, showed weakness in thoso essen-, tial points of the game, which win and loso mutches ; and none can deny that this weakness would .be overcome by jjood teaching and lots of practice. A finer lot of froe, though untutored batsmen it would be hard to find, and wera thoy to havo tho advantage of good bowling, with 'practice in tho field, two or throe of them would I sup- pose, before long find a placo in tho, coloninl eleven. Without this assist'anco however their Blairs are hidden, rod thoy aro of but littlo U90 to thoir brethren of tho bat and ball. Thcso shortcomings would bo romedied by the "Association arrangement," bccaimo any players coinin...

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AMERICAN AGRICULTURAL SHOWS. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 23 March 1861

AMÉRÍCA2T AaEICULTTJRÍLt SHOWS» , Tho following is .from the Sural ITcm Yorker, and shows the way they manage affairs in America : HOW SSIITÍl'8 BtJLI, -WON THE rHKMIÜM. Col. Moore-Sduio yoars ago I got acquainted with one, of your contributors, who edited the Wool Grower, and he used to put mo in print« I must «ay my vanity was flattered seeing my ndme printed in tho paper, with some things I said, and aoino I didn't say ; and wo've kept thb papers ever since. After all, everybody likes a little fame, but.somo Aro satisfied with a smaller nmount than others. Well, I liavd riot tho editor any moro to aet mo out, so I bare boon thinking I would just try and see if you would not put mo in tho Surat on my own hook, especially as I want to tell you all about my going to the State Fair At Buffalo tho jdthdr day. As it was not so far off but thdt wo could go with our team, mother and I uoncludod wo would hitch up, and have a week to seo the sights a.nd some cousins wo had not seen for a l...

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

MEETTKOB.-AuiEnT O. 0.-The Alberts held a moot- ing on Tuesday evening at Cunningham's, whou the fol- lowing eleven were chosen to play against tho Albions this Say-Ward, Nowcomber, Park, J. Clark, Deano, Banbury, Cowlishaw, Slain, Dixon, Ch -Curtis, and Il- lidge. . ISTEBCOtOSIAL MATCH COMMITTEE.-There Ollgllt to have been à meeting of this body on Tuesday night ; but, at tho hour named in the circulars, the only mem- bers present were the Secretary Mr Clayton, and Mr Peter Curtis, Consequently, no quorum, and no meet- ing. There is now but little winding up to bo done, aud it teems a pity tliat a fow members at least, will not as-, fist to finish up all matters conuoctcd with tho lata match. This is quite as necessary as any of tho prelim- inary arrangements, although there is no '- bluo riband" attaching to it. . ... By the City of Sydney à letter Svaa received from Bryant, expressing his willingness to accept an engage 'jnent from tho Albert Club. "Wo hope his services will bo "...

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

Printed and Publisllod by GEOud-B FÉitiuîns l'ioçisBiHd ,< " -and OIUUUJES HAMILTON NICHOLS, tit tho SelCs LAß '-' in Sydney Printing. Office, 220, CAstlerqngh-atrCet, v Sydney, Now South 'VYalo«¿ SaturdayÜMarpij. A3; Ï80U «

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

fíell'i Life in .SfJniy and Sporting Chronicle Is published overy Saturday morning. Country Subscribers will be recclycil on pay- ment of Six Months In Advance, viz., 13j. The Quarten end on the 31st March, 30th June, 30th September, and 31st Dccembor, respectively, at nitlch periods only can Subscribers realm, on paying up arrears. Parties subscribing In the middle of a Quarter will only be charged from, the dite of their commencing. Adver- tisements must specify In writing on the face of them the number of Insertions, or they will bo continued and charged accordingly, till ceuntcnnantlcd. " ?

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

This has been n lively -neok among thocricketors j imJ as tho champions of town and country havo beer! brought into contact, tho play lias been full df filterest foY the colony generally. On Saturday afternoon a scratch match came oil' in the Domain, between two elovons chosen on the ground, which resulted in a renuukablr closo game, won eventually by one run. The event of tlio week however,.has been the return match between the second eleven of tho Albert Club, and the Illawarra 0. C, which carno off on Monday, and resulted in a victory .for the Metropolitans, As it was both hoped and expected that the game would be finished in one doy, tho stumps wore pitched at an early hour j and, at a few minutes nfter ten, tho Illawarra, having put their opponents in first, took tlio field. The difference in the appearance of.tlle two elovons was very striking, tile *' five-islanders" being o remarkably wiry, workmanlike lot, and looking, ns they took up their allotted stations, quite " men en...

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